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, XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 28 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES. N0737
Take a Look
At Your Watch
Has your \ \ atou got the eulkh ?
Come and use uiy eye glues and
eoo whnt the trouble is.
/ [ you tiavn annie difficulty in
holding U > glnss on your eye , erIn
In finding tbo natch trouble after
you get It there , perbtips 1 can help
I have had mnny years' experi
ence In repairing watches juwt like
yours. No cbnrgo for tbls experi
ence. I mefoly charge for my
work nothing for tbe experience.
Gleaning , Sl.tfO ; maiiifpr Ing
SI.00 ; other repairs equally Jow.
Graduate of Chicago Opthalmlo College.
School Books ,
School Supplies ,
J , G. Haeberle's.
It iHM't tue material
Hint KOCH l"to vour
repaired wutclt that
resiiitH in a perfect
tbat clous tbe business , nuy bungler
can buy the Hue kinds o ( matorlal
tbut 1 use In repairing ; but skill
in tbe most valuable material tbut
; an bu need In watch repairing }
and tbe bunjjler cnn't buy It. i
sell my skill ( or wbiit It IB worth
and It will cost you lees than
bungling at lower prices.
Jeweler and Optician.
West Bide of equuro.
Potatoes 70 :
Chickens , U ( X U zen
Cow * 3.IX )
Steera _ < i.25
Hay. . . . , _ 5.00
Notice of llouird.
A reward ot $5.00 will be given
for information leading to convic
tion of any ono tampering or mod-
ling with any line , or bhootiug in
milatorB cr doing any damage inten
tionally on any line belonging to the
Broken Bow Telephone Exchange.
Warning is hereby given that any
persons so offending will bo prose
cuted to ihe full extent of the law.
BBOKBN Bow TKLKPHONK EXCII
To our many customers , you will
find us for the season of 1901 at
our old stand at the old Star barn
north of R. R , ready for breeding
with B fvll line of first class stal
lions and jacks Come and bee us
We also uall the attention of our
last year patrons who wish to pay
when due and save the 10 per
cent discount. Call and due whenl
your time is up as wo cannot extend -
tend the time on the discount and
if it runs over the time you will
have to pay in lull.
f21 2vv WANTTIIOMISON. .
The Christian Endeavor of the
Christian church will give a cookie
* social at their church March 8 , 10C1
A fine program will be rendered , 20
people taking part in it , Come and
have a good time it ia FREE.
EEDS ! SEEDS ! .
ALL KINDS OF SELDS i
& 'j ' &
$ Field Seeds , Grass Seeds , Garden Seeds , jj
IN BULK AND PACKAGE , AT
i THE PEALE CASH GROCERY CO , I
1 A NEW COAL.
A big car of it at Foster & Smith's Lumbei Yard.
II Pflll't ' for HcatiDi
Order quick. Will scon bo all sold.
Foster & Smith Lumber Co. ,
Broken Bow , Nebr.
79. WILL RULE , Manager ,
IT nr m aril m m m IB H
Dr. T. W. Bass , dentist , Broken
A complete line of Heintz bottle
goods. JOHN & KNKBB.
Pepsin Qum , two packages for a
nickel at WILKINB' PHARMACY.
Cosmopolitan patterns ten cents.
Mo more. SNYDKB BEOS.
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Eight head of young cows ior
sale cheap. A. T. SRYHOLT.
fub 28 if
Come and got our prices nn can
oed dry fruis. We will not bo uu-
Jer sold. JOHN A KNKBK.
Best stock farm in Custer county
for sale , at $8.00 per acre.
Buj your chickens oyster shell ,
crushed bone and grit at the Peal
Cash Grocery Co. feb26 tf
Fou KENT. Store room on north
eide of square , Call or address
feb21 tf A. T. SBYBOLT.
A pair of young draft horses.
Inquire at Lee's barn.
Candy , nuts , fruits , all kinds of
breakfast foods , buckwheat flour ,
ma | lo syrup , silver drip , nothing
finer , at John & Knerr's.
Houses for tent or sale. I will
bo at my place of business from
now on until 8 p. m.
A. W. DUAKE.
FOB SAL.K OB TIUUK Town lots
and a few five acre lots in this city ,
for cattle , horses or farm land
fcb28 if ALLAN RUYNEB.
When in need of a first-class
auctioneer , call on or address
R. D. SULLIVAN ,
Broken Bow , Nebr. tf
Fou SALB One P.rcheron Nor
man Stallion. Eequire of John Wil
lid , one half mile west of Broken
Bow. f4 tf
ClilckeiiH For Hale.
Very fine Blue Barred Plymouth
Rock chickens for sale , 2 miles
west of city. W. M. VANMCK.
FOR SALK A ono itory cottage
with six largo rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings. Price $900.
Call on L. J. Gandy or at this
office. 7 lOtf
Farms for sale and lands for rent.
Now is the time to got a farm cheap.
an xhe cheap farms are all going ,
and priced are advancing rapidly.
320 acres of land for sale in Sec
8 , Twp. 16 , Rge. 21. Good im
provements. H. W. HAMMOND.
First class farm for sale 4 miles
south east of Broken Bow , also var
ioud other lauds , write for parti
culars. A. T , SKYUOLT
Broken Bow , Nobr.
Twenty acres of well improved
laud within a mile of Broken Bow
for $700 Inquire at this office.
Good stcck of general merchan
dise. For particulars \\rito J .1.
Stanford , MernaNeb. j31 tf
We have not moved or sold out ,
but are at the old stand ready to
give you bargains as in the past.
JOIIN & KNEUU ,
I have u black Clydesdale stallion
to sell or trade for cattle or town
property. J. B. KUUDIOK ,
24 miles N. E. Borwyu , Neb. j24 ti
You can save money by ordering
your reading matter throni > h the
REPUBLICAN. Wo can furnish you
nearly all the papers and raagazins
tor lees than publishers prices.
Forthouext 30 days , one 10x20
photograph with every dozen of one
bust cabinet pbotos
feb28 3w BANGS , the Artist.
BKOKKN Bow , Nob.Feb. 12,1001.
To whom it may concern : I
hereby agree to furnish Butcher's
Pioneer History for all bonafide
orders given by May 1st 1001.
f4 3t E. S. FINCH.
For Hale or Trade.
A house and lot in Mason City to
sell or trade for stock ; also a good
ten foot wind mill with tower , that
I will dispose of the same way.
feb7 tf A. Y. SUTTON.
Broken Bow , Nebr.
Remember the Busy Big store.
They have anything you want in
the grocery line. Drop in and look
around , make yourself at homi- and
see if our pricen are not riuht.
JOIIN & KNKKU.
Call and get prices on groceries ,
queeneware and dry gonds , whether
you want to buy or not. It may
save you money later. No trouble
to give prices and show goods.
Quick salen , small profits , prompt
delivery is our motto , at John and
FOUND. By John Govier of El
ton , a school order , on the street ? of
Broken Bow issued to Dora Hiatl ,
for $26 , by district No. 100. The
order has been endorsed by MISH
Hiatt. The owner can have the
order by proving property paying
for this notice.
i Local Mentioii.
Job printing nt this office.
J C. Prcdmoro , of Walworth ,
was a city visitor Saturday.
Ed Royso camp up from Lincoln
Saturday returning Sunday night.
W. H. Phillips and Mr. Zum.
bruin of Callaway , were city visitors
A H. Copsoy and D. M. Savillo ,
of Westervillo , were city visitors
Samuel Van Buskirk , of Morna ,
was a friendly caller at this office
Mrs. James Sterner , of Spring
creek , made this office a fiiondly
H. II. Andrews , of Callaway , was
looking aftbr business matters in
this city Saturday.
J E. Cttvoneo , of Georgetown ,
was among the friendly callers at
this ollico last Saturday.
Leslie Clay , of Ansloy , was
among the number in attendance at
the teachers meeting Saturday.
J. F. Foxworthy , uf Ryno , wns a
city visitor Monday. This office
acknowledges u friendly call.
J. F. Brjson , of Upton , waa a
oily visitor Tuesday. This office
acknowledges a friendly call.
D. W. Thomson came in Sunday
on a visit for a few days with his
wife and many friends of this vi
The ladies oi the Christian church
will give their annual Easier Mar
ket on the Saturday before Easter.
L. E. Town , of Wisnort , made
this offico.a friomdly call Tuesday
and had hie name enrolled for the
Prof. Gun and Miss Anderson ,
teachers in Mason City schools , at
tended the teachers meetings in this
city last Saturday.
. K O. Taylor , of Borwyn , was
among the faithful in attendance at
the meeting of the county central
Mrs. Viola Edwards , who has
been up to Mullen several weeks , ii
back on a visit. She expects to
stay a month or longer.
II. B. Glover , oommitteoman
from Douglas grove , was among
the number in attendance at the
meeting of tl'o republican central
John and G. T Robinson and I.
N.Marcus went to Omaha thi first
of the week with two oar loads of
cattle they had feed this winter
They returned yesterday morning.
Marshall Towsley has been mak
ing it very uncomfortable for the
gamblers ol late. Saturday ho pull
ed six Their trial that was to have
been had before the police judge
Monday morning was postponed to
At the meeting of the republican
central committee Saturday hold in
this city the resignation of Ed
Royso as member of the committee
and chairman was accepted. Alpha
Morgan was oleoted to fill the v * >
coney and also elected chairman of
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W , Apple.
J. A. Harris , efficient cashier of
the Farmers bank , has boon elected
business manager of the Brokou
Bow Band. The ahoioo is a most
excellent ono and wo predict for
the band financial success us long ai
Mr HarriH is kept in the posaition
lo which ho has been elected.
M. Con ley and wife were in the
city ino Ursl of iho week wilh Mrs.
Conlny's four year old boy , who they
brought in for surgical treatment ,
The boy had a siege of lung frver
from which an abcess had formed
on ono side that required special
treatment. Drs Talbot performed
Julius Ottun , of Round Valley ,
called Monday to say ood-byo.
Ho has disposed of his interests in
Round Valley and will leave next
Tuesday for Boyeoville , Wisconsin ,
where he will engage in the mor-
ohantilo business with his byother ,
while tbe REPUHLIOAN is sorry to
see him leave us it wishes him hap-
pineag and success m his new homo.
The Best "i-H
TKings biscuit Hot-breads , ,
To cake ,
ARE muffins ,
MADE crusts ,
WITH puddings ,
ROYAL the various
Powder or raising
Risen with Royal Baking Powder , all these
foods are superlatively light , sweet' , tender ,
delicious and wholesome.
Royal Baking Powder is the greatest of
time and labor savers to the pastry cook. ,
Besides , it economizes flour , butter and eggs ,
and , best of all , makes the food more
digestible and healthful.
The "Royal Baker and Pastry
Cook " containing over 800
most practical and valuable
cooking receipts free to
every patron. Send postal
card with your full address.
The Broken Bow Equality club
wiU moot nt the homo of Mrs C
H. Jeffords Friday night.
MBS A. M. SNYDEK , Sjo'y.
It is said the state penitentiary
is under quarantine for the small
pox , which is the cause of the
prisoners being1 detained here
that have been sentenced.
Gov. Dietrich and staff have
gone to Washington to witness the
maugeration of President Mc-
Kinley. Leut. Gov. E. P. Savage
is governor in his absence.
A number of our citizens are at
Lincoln this week looking- after
the normal school bill. At pres
ent the indications are favorable
for the bill becoming- law.
Detective W. T. 11. Baker , of
Gothenburg , Davrson county , Nob. ,
was here during the Fullhart mur
der trial. Ho is one of the sbrowd-
est detectives in the wcHt. fob IX 3t.
The military ball given by Co. M
on the night of the 2SJnd , ia report
ed to have boon quite a HUOOOBB.
The attendance was laige and th
receipts quite satisfaotary to those
who had it in charge.
Jason Lucas , of Morn a , called
yesterday and ordered aalo bills.
He will make public sale of his
personal property with a view of go
ing to Montana on a visit. Ho
lira rented his farm to Frank At
Rev. Doggott , of the Episcopal
church , IH delivering two courses of
Lenten sermons. Sunday mornings
ho is preaching on the ton cornand-
monlH , and Sunday evenings on pop
ular criticisms of the Episcopal
church. Last Sunday he considered
thooritioism"it reads ita prayers out
of a book. "
Theodore Rysdorf , of Elton , cal
led yesterday and ordered hia paper
changed to hia now address in
Washington. Ho will start west
next Tuesday morning and will lo
cate somewhere on the Columbia
rivur. He haa not sold bin farm
but will keep it until he determines
whether ho liked it better there
Bert Sims , the genial clerk at the
Grand Central hotel , called Tuesday
and ordered the RUPUULIOAN sent
to his address at Maston Minn.
Ho has accepted a position there
with a cattle company acd will
leave for his new location the first
of the month. Mr. Sirna is one of
our host young men and wo wish
for him lucouas in hia now vocation.
There arc cheap baking pow
ders , made from alum , but they
are exceedingly harmful to
health. Their astringent and
cauterizing qualities add a
dangerous clement to food.
BAKINQ POWDER CO. , 100 WILtlAM STREET , NEW YORK
LAIUON-UOVIIU Uio homo of the brlde'i par
ent * . In SWISH Valliy. Cuetercounty. NobrMka ,
t3j > . ro. , February 24th , 1001 , by HOT. Itlch-
arU IH'illo. Mr. Alfred Larson and Ml s Lu !
1'erlo Uorlur , both of Urotine , Nebraska.
After thn ceremony , the largo
company of friends , did ample JUP-
tico to the wedding dinner prepared
for the occasion , which was duly
appreciated by all. The young people
ple were the recipients of many
YOUNU-SIIOIIM : At tbo lioino ot ttiu bride's p r-
untB In Dry Valley , Gaiter county , Nebraska , at
7 o'clock p. m , , PotirnnrVJItu. 1UJI , by HOT. II.
UellU , Mr. William A. YOIIIIK of UiauebroK ,
Howard county , Nebraska , ami Ml s Lula
Shoroe of Wolflort , Nebraska.
The words being Hpokon which
made of "twain ono flesh , " the
company retired to partake of tlio
wedding supper which gave ample
proof of painstaking and a high de
gree of proficiency in the culinary
art. After sapper sorgs of praise
were sung by the Spoase brothers ,
and others , which greatly enhanced
the enjoyment of the evening.
The prosouts wore beautiful and
useful. Presentation speech by
Mr. Taylor , i and reaponoo by the
gcoom , in a very happy and fooling
manner , showing great appreciation
of these tokens of respect and affec
The revival meetings at the
Methodist church continue with in
creased interest and power. Evan
gelist Barker is evidently aont of
( } od to do the apccial work he ia
now engaged in. Hie preaching ia
of rare attractiveness and power ,
and crowds flock each night to hear
the word as ho declares it. Up to
the present time all indications
point to the coming of a great re
vival in Broken Bow. Some have
boon converted and others are in
quiring the way. Meetings are be
ing conducted ovury evening , and
also at three o'clock ia the after
noon. Next Sunday afternoon a
meeting will be held for men only.
Rev. Barker will preach at this
time and music will bo furnished
by the male quartotte. All the
men of the town are cordially in
vited to attend this meeting and
bring a friend with them.
Following in the dead letter list
for week ending Fob. 18 , 1001 :
Amos A. L Bookman , James P.
Fans , Miss M. E. Hntsoll , 0. D ,
( card ) HoltUor , Miss Mollie Jordon ,
Win. Ulman , Mr. Augusta Roach ,
Geo. Thomson , Mrs N. C. Thorn
ton , Mr. Veriglo , R. R. Jonsoj ,
Parlies calling for the above
ploabo say advertised.
L. IL JBWKTT , P. M ,
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