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VOL. XIX. BROKEN BDW , CUSTER COUNTY. NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , APRIL 11. 1901.--EIGHT PAGES. NO. 43. I
You h TO an old clock on your otielf or
Mowed awav In some dark yarrol , that
34 pcrlmin liasti'l licked tliu time of.lnyor
. --4 nluul ( or ninny moons.
It may Imvo Rood works Hint only need
n lltllcnllanil lirupliltiK to mnlio It jnnt
tlic thine fern kitchen clock.
U e tlio 'plinne or drop ji postal card
nnd I willsend for It.
( ttlicre la ny life left In your old
.clock I'll ruTlve It nnd btliiK U home ID
good order , at trivial exp
Oraduste of Clilcaco Optlmlmlo College.
School Books ,
School Supplies ,
G. Haeberle's :
Local - "
i' Mention ,
.1. S. Lyons of Merna. made tine
Hi on business call Tuesday.
Gluji Johnson of Ansloy , was a
visitor TuPHilay Ho has rented his
roBidun < ! 0 property to lion Ilutton ,
B. QrovortH of Elton , WBH a
fjriondly oallor at this oflioo Mon
O * S. Oaborno was called to
Rivonna Saturday evening by tlio
Berious illness of lua little girl ,
The A. O. U. W. of this city
have arranged for a lodge enter
tainment and banquet on Tuesday
night , April 23.
Miss Vorda Thorpe ia at homo
again , after completing a six months
ti'nn of school last Friday week at
thu Oxford wuliool house in Lillian
Dan Lewis will commonoo the
erection of a dwelling house on his
property on the west side of the
creek in a few days. W. A.
Thompson has the contract. '
Una Anderson has resigned his
position as traveling salesman ( or
Doering Co , and bought an interest
in the Broken Bow Abstract Co. to
which ho will devote his time.
The REPUBLICAN is pained to
have to announce that Robert
Farley's wife of Milburn died last
week She was siok but a few
days. The cause of Inr death was
CORONA GRANDE' 5c Cigar.
MARTIAL 5c Cigar.
HIGH SHERIFF lOc Cigar.
Fen SAI.K A ono atory cottage
with six large rooms , pleasant yard ,
and Burroundinc-s. Price $900.
Call on L. J. Gandy or at this
office. 7 19tf
When you want good groceries
you have to go to Bowen's.
! * ! *
! K ALL KINDS OF SEbDS
ft Field Seeds , Grass Seeds , Garden Seeds , ft
IN BULK AND PACKAGE , AT
GROCERY CO ,
WE ARE IH 8USINE
Our Business is to GLOUI.
FY oursolyes and our customers
tomors by furnishing BUILD
ING MATERIAL at a Mueh
LOWER Price than our
Competitors will do.
If you intend to build a
HOUSE , or stable , or porch ,
or need a NKW FRONT DOOR , or VIEW WINDOW , remem
Foster & Smith Lumber Co ,
fcT'HC IA LIST S3 in their LINE , and a trial order will convince
you that they are right. Your * For Business ,
W.L , EULE , Manager.
heart trouble. Her remains wore
laid to rest Sunday.
It N. Noroutt is at Now Helena
building a barn for I. D. Bell.
N. B Prodmoro of West Union ,
made this ofliuu a pleasant cull Sat
Miss Cora Thompson and Airs.
Soevrjrs , of the South Loup , wore
VIH'HHU , ' friends in the city laot
Ed. Royso , secretary of thn State
Bunking board spent Friday and
Saturday in the city , looking after
him private business. Ho returned
to Lincoln Saturday night.
A. F. Elliott , who for some timn
ban been in the employ of the B &
M. R. R. at Bridgeport , Neb. ,
writes us to ahango the nddrees of
his papar to Torrington , Wyoming.
From this wo infer that the comp
any has moved him farther west.
The ladies of the Christian church
received at their Easter Fair
Market Saturday , 8111 09. Sixty-
three dollars and fifty cents of the
amount was taken in for meals
snrved at dinner and supper. They
report their expenses light , so
they will have a very nice margin
G. T. nnd John Robinson , of
Fleminc Valley , wore in the city
with hogs Monday , for which they
received $5 40 per hundred. With
hogs at $5 40 and steers at $4 CO
the occupation ot the calumny
howler has ceased to be profitable
and the wave of prosperity guar
anteed in the event tlio rrprblican
L. W. Wilson returned from a
trip to Omaha Friday evening.
Tavlor Flick returned Tuesday
evening from a ten days business
; rip to Butchinson , Kansas. He
ays the farmers there have quit
rying to raise spring wheat
and are sowing winter wheat in
stead and are prospering. He thinks
ho farmers of Custer County
would profit by following their
J. S. Baisoh has rented his store
milditig to Mike Soanlon of the
north side who will move his
restaurant in Baisch's building as
soon as it can bo reirodled , repaired
ind mude ready for ocoupauov.
We are unformed ihat Mr. Baisoh
vill engage ir. the saloon buisncHS
u Madison. His family will re-
nain in Broken Bow.
0. E. Cadwell , who left hero a
'ow months ago with a view of
coating in California , made a trip
west including California , Oregon
and Washington , back to Utioa ,
[ 11s. , where wo tindeistand he has
engaged in the nne stook business
with his father. Wo will not bo
surprised to see Ed back to his Cus-
ter county ranch in a few years at
The second anniversary of chapter
S. of the P. E. O. Sisterhood of
this city wa ? very fittingly cellebrr.
ted on Friday evening , April 5th ,
at the homo of Mrs. J. W. Salis
bury. After indulging in a feast
of good things the hostess , with her
usual grace and dignity of manner ,
preeided as toast mistress , and
the following toasts were responded
to : "Our Organization , " Miss
Alexander ; "Points of the Star , "
Miss Boal ; "Our Nephew , " Mrs.
Hunter ; "The Absent Member , '
Mrs. Adainson ; "Our Baby Sister , '
Mrs. Wilson. Most of them were
written in poetry. All were bright
nnd witty and were received with
enthusiasm. MUs Hunter estab
lUhed a reputation as a poetess u
delivering an original pootioa
personnel of thn Chapter , whiol
was a unique combination of wi
and wisdom and very clearly got
ten up , After an hour or two o
jolly , social fellowship the guest
party was returned to power is no
more ridiculed by the populist
Hov. J. R Wood of Mason City ,
was a friendly oallor at this oth'co
S. 11. Keod of Mernn. wan a
pleat-ant caller at those headquarters
Wilson & Drake has their now
awning erected over thu front of
their store , which improves the
MIBH Lena Caywood was uivcn
it reception at thu home of Willis
Cadwell last Friday night by her
young associates , prior to her
leaving for California.
MAUUIKD : At the Presbyterian
Million , Broken Bow , January 2fi ,
1901 , by Rev. E. J. Statom , Mr.
"ainuel K. Davis of Tuokorvillo ,
Neb. , and Miss Fanny Rue Hunt ,
of Georgetown , Nob.
E. 11. Steward , formerly of this
county , who moved back to Bnrues-
ville , Ohio , made this ollico a
friendly call Monday. Mr Steward
arrived hero Wednesday of last
week , and will reimii" , possibly , a
month visiting with former ac
quaintances and noiiihbors.
Mra. A. T. Sims and daughter
Bertha , of Berwyn. woru social
callers at this ofliuo Saturday. They
report that the school entertainment
given there Friday nigh1 , at the
close of Mins Mary Qeosoinnn's
school , was quite a success. Mrs.
Sims says that Alias Genseman
taught an excellent school , and
that tile patrons wrro liighly pleas ,
ei ) with her work.
departed , taking with them mem
ory of a very delightful evening.
G. W. Kisor was up from Grand
Island last week. Wo understand
hat ho is thinking of going into
at Morna ,
Miss Lena Caywood loft last-
Saturday morning ever the B. tt M
or San Diego , Calfornia , to visit
he family of Rev. J. S. Hadd en
ormorly of this city , She may
conclude to remain indofinitly.
kliss Caywood ia ono of the Broken
Jew high school graduates , an
oarnaHt Christian worker in the
church , Sunday school and B Y.
y. U. and she will be greatly
missed by her many friends.
David Hall of Ansloy , was arrest
ed hint week and brought before
Judge Armour on the charge of
H-rjury a result of the saloon
ight at the village election. From
whnt wo have boon able to learn , it
seems that Hall was challenged at
.lie polls and swore in his vote. It
s claimed by the prosecutors that
lie was not a legal voter in the vill-
ige election. The case i sot down
for hearing May 1. He gave bond
For his ftppoaranuo and was re
H. L. York of West Union , and
Highland Brim of that vicinity ,
were interested parties in a law
suit last Friday before Judge
Armour , by a jury. The case was
one in whioii II. L. York had filed
complaint aijainst Brim for shoot
ing one of York's horses. Thu case
was prosecuted bv County Attorney
Kirkpatriok a. d N. T. Gadd. Tl.u
defense wan represented by attor
j-H Scott and H. J. Shinn The
jury brought in a verdict o
acquittal , which threw the cost o
the suit on the county , lint , as i
was ono of those misdemecuor
cases that there is no appropriatioi
to pay , the jury and witneases have
only their trouble for their pay
The horse in question had a wounc
on the hook joint , and Brim ao
knowledged shooting to scare awa ;
the horses from his hay stack , bu
the evidence did not establish tha
the wound on the horse was a bul
let wound shot by Brim.
No other article used in the domestic
economy of the household has so many
enthusiastic friends among the house
keepers of America.
No other article of food has received
iuch emphatic commendation for purity
and wholesomeness from the most em
The great popularity and general
use of the Royal Baking Powder
attest its superiority.
Tt "Ro-nl " Baker nml Pastry Avoid the Imitation powders. They
Cook containing over Hoe most
Hold Iwiuue air
practical nnd valuable cooking re- .
. made from nlum. lint alum U a
c lpt ( rec to every patron. Send . poison dangerous to use in food
postal card with your full address.
ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO. . 100 WILLIAM STREET. NEW YORK. *
Mrs. E. II. Dalboy arrived in the
oily Saturday , from Iowa.
Will Roberts lost one of his line
niart'8 l st Saturday. Ho had roftiHud
* 300 , foi the team.
Judge and Dorr Sullivan wore
ailed to their Iowa homo Monday
light , by the receipt of a telegram
imouncing the death of their
Broken Bovr has boon anything
but "dry" thin wook. It oommono-
ed ramniug Monday afternoon and
ias rained every day since. At this
ime , 2p m Thursday it is rainnmg
lard. Wo have not hd HO mueh
moisture , at thiH HoaHon of the year
or tun or fi ftoen years.
The Sequel of the Old Maids
oonvontion given Tuesday night in
he opera house , urder the auspices
of the LadioH Libary AHHouiatiou wan
well attendee ) notwitliHtanJing the
unfavorable weather. The cmtor-
ainmont waH very tniiuh enjoyed
by all proHont.
Carry Layton and wife returned
flies day morning from Oklahoma
where they huve been several
nontlis. Boring wells through rook
wuoli as have to be contended with
in partn of Oklahoma wae not an
profitable business aH Carry had
E , II. Dalboy , the gentleman
who recently established a cigar
factory in thia oity haH now five
rnou and boyH employed and ex
pools eoon to inoroaHo the number
to ton. He is manufacturing fine
cigars and there in no doubt but
there will be a good demand for
them as BOOH an they are introduo
Mr. Olson , who formerly lived
two milcH eaHt of thin uily , arrived
in the oity Tuesday evening from
Norway , where ho wont some two
yearn ago with tlio intention of re
maining. He wan married while
gone to a young woman. He ex
poets to buy property and remain
here in the future.
Sand for plastering furnished on
nhort notice from the old Gaud
Z. O.Jand.W' J. GKOBS.
. .i , * <
Another JUilmiuku Heroine.
Miss Li//.y E. Cottman of Harri-
011 Ncbr. last Monday rescued her
luuilH from being carried away by
Hood at the rink pi her own life ,
'lio White rwor liadjoverflowed its
janks and was carry ing tn > osbodioB
f dead animals and all the dobriH
of a Hood before it. The lim in
imation thu teacher and pupils
tad that the water had souroutulod
he school house was by a move
> f the building. On opening the
leer the teacher saw the predica-
nont Uioy ware in. While a large
loy waded out to call the neighbors
o help rescue thn pupils Miss Colt-
nan waded through the water waist
leep to a horse that W.IH lariated ,
hat ono of the chrildren had came
o Hohool on. Reaching the homo
ho took him to the building and
aetonod the rope to it mul the
other end to the saddle , She l > ml
ho horse the length of tlio rope
ml for throe quartern of an hour
argud the horHo to tug against the
urront. an she Htood in water
ImoHt to armpits thin retaining the
) uilding in place with UH prooiouB
) risouers until relief name to their
enoue. Both the building and
hildren wore saved.
Wo noticed two tyopgraphical
rrors in the HgtierB last week in our
opnrt on the oity election.
J. A. Harris's majority in the
eucvnd ward was 33 instead of 4
and Mrs. F. M. Rubleo's total vote
'or member of the school
wan 'J51 inutoad of 261.
D ! ud Letter * Int.
The following in the dead letter
int , for the week ending April
t , 1001 :
William B. Smith , Williard M.
Gained , Garrett MannorH , Stephen
A. Gilbert , Dorcas .louiiHon , Wil-
lam Hill , Miss Daisy Ward.
1'artion calling for the above ,
please uay adyortisod.
L. 11. .JKWUTT , P. M.
. W. A. Entertainment and Dance.
CuHtor Camp , M. W. A. , No.
4477 , will , on Friday evening ,
April 10 , at their hall , and the
cpura house , give an entertainment ,
consisting of a musical and literary
program , toastn , supper , and m
conclusion winding up with a
dance for all CJiono desiring | o par
ticipate. Good talent has been
secured , and an enjoyable time is
The committees assigned am :
literary , toaHtd and musical , Al.
Johnson , A. Moore ; supper. L. E.
Cole , G. T. HobinHon , John Boyoe ;
dance , Cole and Boyoe ; Qnauoe ,
Uobincon and Johnson.
AdnuBsion : men'So ; suppnr
and dance , uien , 25o. No charge
will be made to ladies
The Merry Forresters will give
exhibition drill. Everybody , as
well as Neighbors , are cordially
invited , COMMITTKK.
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