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VOL xx , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 7 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 21 ,
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well riKu'atcil ( .ni > -
Our ( . li'fky c ni'il ' o
lointy of i e iiu v-'tii
iUlHlllltc llCCUft.O US
time kouprr . \\'is \
Inyilu iiiHpu-i n of
JUT C.orka tlu-y ire
en4 in rii'nt variety
of style from our 8 duy blnke
I and nliir m at $3 up to the fine im
Wo also have UIOHO famous lit
tle Hlurm OTH-R nt oi/iy $1 00.
Coino in today.
Urndaate of OliScaeo Optlialmlo College.
Moved to Realty
W. D. Blackwell-
If You Need
FIRE , (1 (
CYCLONE OR IBIS
Nouo but the Bent OompanieH |
All KInclM ol IVotaryVorlc. . U
School Orders Bought. ft
lloweon to Rent. 0
And Colleotionn Promptly
Office over N Gloim'a Tailor
Shop , Broken * Bow , Nob.
School bnolcH and suppIioH at Ed.
Moved to Realty
A , E. Anderson.
Fanny BOK Stationery at Ed Mc-
and Dinrrhot-a Remedy and llnd
to b aureat medictnu " say's Mr. E
S. 1'hlpp ? , of Poteaii , Ark. "It nnred
n us of bloody llux [ cannot Bpenk to
highly of it. " This remedy nlwayw wine
the m > od opinion , if not praise of tliopi
\\houpoit Tlio quick cures which it
clients even in tlo ) most Sevaie cnfion
intike it a favorite everywhere For
Bale by .1. O. llneabeile.
Market Iteport lor Ted 113- .
Krgs . . . .1
I'olatocn , per bushel 1 1
Onion * , per busbal
Chicken * , per pound ,
; S 5
Turkeys , I
mr w.percwt .1
Hay , Now , per ton I 'M
For aft frerih outs or wounds
either on the human subject or 01
animal ? , BALLARD'S riNOW
LINIMENT IH oxoellout ; while fo
corn-huskoiH , sprained wrifts , barb
ed-wir.0 cute and aoroB on workin :
horaea , it cannot bo to highly com
-4noudod. Price , 35 and 50 oenta
Ed."MiCoinaB , JJr.okeq I pw and
Merua * '
* * l
Busts at Bowon'a. They are
For Kodaks supplies and Kodaks
go to Ed. A'cComas'H. '
Moved to Realty Block.
A. E. ANDERSON.
Monov loaned on improved farms.
JAMKS LUDWIQII ,
7 18 if Broken Bow , Nobr.
flail Sohnoringer of Callaway
waa in the city yesterday to HOC how
we did it.
Ell has his republican friends in
nearly every precinct in the county
for his handsome majority to thank.
John Welctfi and Col , Laaervo of
Wosterville , were among the happy
republicans vre met on our streets
J. 0. Taylor and Smith Water ,
bury were mingling with the crowd
that were rejoicing over the results
of the election yesterday.
S. , C. Waldron of Elm township
was a friendly caller at this ollico
today. Ho brought in the election
returns from his township.
M. W. MoCandless of Cliff , was
down yesterday basking in the po
litical enthusiasm that wae beam
ing from every republican counten
W , II. Roeder of Moina , was
among those who were * rejoicing
over the land slide in this city yes/
terday. This olHoo acknowledges
a substantial and friendly call.
H. H. Myros , of Cliff table waa
a city visitor yesterday and to-day.
This oflioo acknowledges a substan
tial call. Mr. Myroa is ono of the
happy onoa over the result of the
Sam Brown of Loup township
waa among the city visitors yes
Urday. Ho says his follow workers
did all they could to prevent the
bnd'slido but they wore not equal
John E Myres of Georgetown is
in the city today. lie feels expeci-
ally jubliaut over the buoceaH of
Walt George for treasurer and the
big majority of 01 he got m hie
Remember tin date of the Guild
Fair Is the llth and 12th of Do
comber. Aprons for young and
old are being made , also there will
bo on sale useful and fancy articles
for Xraas present.
.1. G W. Lewis has the honor of
gutting tie largest majority last
Tuesday in Broken Bow township
of any candidate ever nominated to
any oflioo. His majority in Broken
Bow was 186 , in the county 520.
Tom Banning , of Tuffoid made a
friendly call at this oilicothis morn
ing. Tom is ouo of the fellows
who takes oonaoltation in the hopes
that there will bo nome hope for
the democrats in the county hero ,
Ralph Cannon of Westorville ,
was a friendly caller at this oflioe
Monday Ho had his name en
rolled for the Republican and car-
lied homo with him one of our
jrcmium hookatho Lifo of Wm.
WHITE'S CIIEAM VEKMI
FUG If removes the unheilthy tissue
upon whi'm worms thrive ; it brings
and quickly , a healthy condition of
body where worms cannot exist.
Pnno 25 cents. Ed. MoL'onns
Broken Bow and Merna.
G. W. Dewy came in from Gates
Wednesday afternoon and was
happily suprisod to learn that he
with several other good oitizen of
the county had boon the choice ot
the republicans to conduct the af
fairs of the oounty for the next two
A notice appears in this issue of
the Republican of the public auc
tion of Hohoollands o the oounty
to bo held at the court house on
December 10 , 1001 boginlug at 1 p.
m. If yon want to lease school
land hero is your chance. Look up
There is probably no dis
oaHO more distressing mu
annovinp than piles. TAB
LEU'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT
MENT is daily curing cases o
years , standing and itching ant
bleeding piles The cure begins ot
the first application , a little per
soveranoo makes the cure complete
Price , 50 cents in bottles , Tnbea
75 cents. "Ed. McComas , Broken
Bow and Mornu ,
This is the Day We
Long Have Sought.
Seven of the bight Republican
Candidates.Were . Elected Last
Tuesday in Custer County.
lohnG.W. Lewis the High Man ,
Last Tuesday was a land slide for
the ropublioana in Ouster oounty.
The weather was fine and the
republicans improved the oppor
tunity to get out and record their
votes for prosperity and economy.
The only pop candidate elected is
Eli Armstrong , the present iuonm-
jont of the sheriff's oftico. Ilia
popularity was to strong to over
come The three pop candidates
for supervisors of the county wore
elected. The board now stands
four republicans to three , pops ,
The County Ticket.
The following is the .vote as
shown by the oflioial count.
Vnto & ! ]
Sejt-wlok For HUM Judge Hep 1WI1 176
UolVouWck " " " Dam 1770
W. A. George Hep am 67
M. & . hchuerlDRcr 1'sp HWO
O. W. Dewey Ilep 1077 89
J. B. Oabonrn i' p 1W8
H. D. Bnlllvan Hop legy
Kll Armstrong 1'op 8101 476
C. D. Dewey Dem I'M
0. U. Ulcbardeon 1
J. A. Armour Rep S115 830
J. R. Difiu 1'op 1785
liegliter of Deeds
C. O. Llnil Hep 1979 13
J.E. Fr n8 Pop 1770
W. C. RuemUel Dem 201
JG , W. Lewis "ep SMI 520
John Murray Pop 1701
F E.VsnAntwerp Hep 1910 159
M. I * Lamb Pop 1781
E. JVJJot ) IU Vein 207
A. E. Knlerteon Hep 1382 1M
Clinton Day Pop 1W9
W.U.EMtUtn Uero 20 i
Secoml District- '
JuU HaumuDt Kep 30o
areenwalt Pop 8C7 BS
J. F , Urechbuld > < ep 807
AlvliiUMley Pop ii78 11
SUth District , .
II. J. Edlngton Hep 291
J. W. Confey Pop 3W Sfi
Eaatman'tf Kodaks at Ed. Mo.
. S .L. Glover , of Wisuort waa a
friendly caller yesterday-
WANTED Improved farms for
' Wesley Motlingor , * a student of
York college came homo Sunday
night to voto.
J. S. 13ai8ohvand wife of Madiaon
aru visiting in the city , with their
many friends ,
0. D. Blowers , Marion Alton and
CHae , Chosluy wore over from
Arnold yesterday ,
Avalo Vaouioo came homo from
York Friday uight to help increase
the republican voto.
Roy Thompson came up Sunday
uight from Central City to remain
over until attor election.
Room for 3 more college students
at Mrs. Eva Martin's ouo block
southeast of public equaro.
W. T. Kinsley called Monday
and carried away with him ono of
our premium bookn the Life of
Sdm Dunning wan in th& oily
Saturday. ilia daughter Kate ,
wall known by > the citizens of
Brok'qti Bow , had lo bo sent
to the'inaaue asylum laat week.
Ddrr Sullivan , notwithstanding
thu fact that he waa badly Irft last
Tuesday is rejoicing with the real
of UH that the other republican
candidates were more fortunate.
Stephen Wilcox , of Upton , called
today and ordered sale bills. Ho
will sell about sixty head of shoata
at public auction , Saturday , Nov
23 , at I o'clock on sir mouths
Never try to coax a cold or cough
use the remedy that unfailingly
conquers both. BALLARD'S
1IOKKIIOUND SYRUP the great
specific lor all throat and lung trou
bles. Price , 25 and. CO coats. Ed.
MoUomas , Broken Bow and Morna ,
The a'ttention of our readers la call
ed to our flpecial ollor of the lifo of
William MoKtoltfyby Mnrtvt
Halstetl , and other prominent mon ,
and'thn REPUBLICAN for til CO , Wo
furnish both for the rotatl price of
the book. Send m your orVlor it
Our lirat invoice of the splendid
books , the Life of Wm. MoKinloy ,
arrived Monday morning. They
are going rapidly. Thoao wanting
a copy should apply at once as the
supply is limited. The book Is
neatly bound in cloth. Wo are
furnishing the Republican for ono
year and the book for $1.50 , which
is the retail price of the book.
Mine Host , C. H. Kennedy , of the
Commercial has had carpenters ,
decorators and painters at work for
several days remodling , papering
and painting the interior of the
hotel. The office room has boon
enlarged , as baa also 'the ladies'
reception room. A complete reno
vation of all the rooms ia being
made. The bed rooms all repapered ,
painted and refurnished , and in
every particular put in first class
thapo. The improvements make
the house much 'moro convenient
and cosy , and will bo highly appre
ciated by its guests.
Cnauiberlain's Stomach and Uver
Tablets euro biliousness , constipation
nnd headache. They are easy to take
and plesant in effect. For sale by .7. U.
High Schoo.1 and UusincHS College.
The high school and Bueinesa
College boys will hold an atheletic
contest Saturday afternoon begin-
ing at 2:30 p. m. on the base ball
grounds. The list of sports in
cludes , foot races , jumping , polo
vaulting etc. An admission fee of
15o will be charged for adulta and
lOo for school children. The pro
oeeds go to purchase gymnastium
The following ia the dead letter
list for the week ending Oct. 29 ,
Lucy J. Johnson , Sam Abdenor ,
W. E. Bender , J. C. Beaker , Harry
Baker , Henderson A. Kingland ,
Dock Benison , John Cookron ,
Elmer Emerson , Wm. W. Gray ,
James Histier , Claude Darrell Ir&
Lnndy , David Reynolds , J.1 '
Fobridoje , MISR Mortlo Edwards' ,
Mrs. Alice Fergeraon , J. M. Wil
son , Geo. E. Stevens.
Parties calling for the above will
pleaeo Bay advertised.
, L. H. JEWKTT , P. M.
Next Tnoaday night the ruuublU
caua will hold a ratification rally in
the city. Qov. Savage , Hon. F. M.
Currio , Col. A. L Bixby , the
famous State Journal poet , have
been invited. Col. B xby ia ex
pected to uomposo and tead a poum
on the redemption of Castor oounty.
A Btroot parade and a jolly good
time will bo had , preparatory to
assembling in the opera hall , whore
the speeches will bo made.
Good music will bo provided.
The boy with his imxproaaable
tin horn will bo in evidence.
There will bo a display of fire
Everybody ia invited to join with
us in the jubilee.
The ladies ofvtho Baptist church
will give a dime sociable at the re
sidence of Mr. and Mrs , Q. W ,
Apple , Friday night November 8.
A program will bo rouderod con
sisting of rionge , locitatioua and
phonographic selections and ether
amusements. Refreshments will
be served , All are cordially invit
The Concerto Orchestra of Bro
ken Bow were greeted by a well
filled house at Merna , November 1.
Lovers of good musio were treat ,
od to a very pleasant outcrtaioment
by the orchestra company under tl'o
able direction of Mrs. E. H.
It ia a well deserved compliment
to say that the young ladies and
gentlemen gave a very pleasing and
hioh olasa entertainment , and an
evening to look to with pleasure by
Tko organistB , mandolin , violin ,
banjo and guitar parts were us-
pooially well iendored , as were alno
the rdading by Miss Farrell , and the
violin sole by Mra. Dalboy. An
organization of thin orchestra is a
credit to IJrnken How , and Ouuter
county , and nhould these ostuem
able pnoplu conclude to given a
return entertainment they will meet
with a very cordial reception. The
entertainment oontristed ofmule
qnartottn singing , duets , selof , and
tull orchestra musin , together with
recitations , all well roooivcd and
almost every number received an
BAPTIST onuncu ,
Preaching aorviao both morning
and evening by Rev. Richards , at ,
11 a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. The pub
ic is cordially invitod.
The subject of the Sunday morn-
jag diflcourso at the M. E. nhurch ia
"A Ilopoful Gospel. " Text : Paa.
130:7 : and 8. In the evening we
oolobrato good literature day. Sub
ject "Tho In il a en co of the Printing
Press. Text : Prqy. 12:12 : and 1:5. :
Wo invite you to worship with us.
GEO. P. TIUTES , Pastor.
Eloquent Methodist Dlr'lne.
Cliey uii9 Tribune , ( Colo. )
The largo membership of the
First Methodist anarch of thin
city , are feeling jubilant. The
cause of their joy , IB the faot that
an eloquent divine has boon sent to
them to preside as their pastor to
eucuued the Rov. Bouj. Young , who
baa boon transferred to Aahbury
church , Denver , and over which
faot tin unusual amount of borrow
has boon felt. Rev. D. D. Forsyth ,
the now pastor , preached'hla IIrat
Hormon in Cheyenne Sunday morn
ing to a largo and what developed
into n highly appreciative congre
gation when they realized that they
were being addressed by one of the
moat powerful speakers who has
over stood in a pulpit in this city.
The expression of praise was uni
versal after the dismissal of the
services , and the Methodist people
consider that they have drown a
prieo in the minietorial lottery.
* 'llouc Cbrlsliuos Time , "
Wo'll Imvo linn ,
'UontChrUtnua lima ,
Tbm'll cell forth loom ,
Ami pocket book * . ,
Wo'll HnvoKorno tnyi ,
For girl * mid '
And books ( \a \
Or oreti moru ,
Wltu dolli tliikt Moep ,
And dolls that Bijuuttt ,
And funny Kritplia ,
Tlint dugs unil Uu bi.
Atul MnndolluB ,
Ol't culled.tlrtKaltnus ,
( Jnmt'rt , Kiint Biul tops ,
Air K DB oitil |
llrlni * In tlio boy ,
To flit wlthjiy ,
Wttli tiling * lie fiol | ,
At iiyursou nml watu-ll. 0. store.
3 MOUTH I I4ATTIC VA.I.I.KV
in norlhwost Nobrntika , offorn aomo
wonderfully good opportunitiua to
the man or woman with a little
money ta invest m irrigated huda.
Excellent irrigated laud can bo
had now foe $12 to $1Q an aero , but
it is plain to those watching the
development of the North Platte
Valley that thia low price ia just-
about to fade away.
The farmern of thla valluy are
now reaping an abundant harvest.
Alfalfa , corn , wht'at and garden
vegetables yield good profile.
There are also good openings in ttio
live stock buaineas ,
If you are intoroHtod ia the Nortn-
Platte Valley , writ-o for our booklet
describing it. It ia froo.
J. FIUNOIB ,
G. P. A. , Burlington Route ,
11-741 Omaha , Nebraska. *
Fancy Gift Books at Ed Mc-
IIERBINE awootona the breath ,
brightens the eyes and dears tho-
complexion without the alighteat ill
ofioota whatever , and ensures the
natural bloom of health. Price , 50
cants. Ed. MoComaa , Broken Bow
Wlion you f/sol / that life ia horJIy
worth tie candle tuke a doao of Oham *
bcrlain's Htotuncu and Liver Tablets ,
They will oleaiiHO your atomnch , tone
up your liver and regulnto your bowels
making you fool like a new man. For
snlo by J. G. Hooborlo.
FOSTER & SMITH LUMBER CO. ,
Alwayu have the best quality of
Lumber and other building ma-
torialfl at the Lowest Prices.
Phone No. 70.
W. L. RULE , Manager.
For a First Class Smoke Try the
I Corona Grande'
Broken Bow Nebraska.
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