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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1901)
Stalwart Ilciuiblicuns From All Parts of
The County \Vcrc Present ,
In accordance with previous ar
rangements , the republican ) * hold
their jollification rally Tuesday
Tha attondanoo inoluded prom
inent workers from nearly cvory
township tn the oounty M welt aa
severiU speakcrB troin abroad ,
The signal for operations to he-
gin was thu firing of anvils , whioh
was BucosBsfully done 'byVm. .
Davis aud John Johnson.
A large bonliro on Fifth avonnao
and Cedar Htreot BOOH attracted t'io
crowd , where ihoy were enturtuinud
for awhileby the Urokf u How band.
Thobaud proceeded to the opeia
IJOUBO where the urowd followed to
hear the muaio nnd Bpoi'ohrB that
wore to ootnplttii the program.
By eight oolook Ihe opera hall
was tilled to HB full capacity aud
hundredt ) returned to the street
not being able to find r eating accom
modations. As it wab tinKM ratili.
oation the republican had boon able
to hold , for over t vi Ivo yraia over
Iho result of the ccunty t'loctton
their entliUBiaHiu w unbounded.
The small boy with h * liom was in
largo numbers and for u nine they
monopolized the right of way.
The program at I ho hall W.IH be
gun with aspeof-hby A. U. Humph
rey. This was followed with a
song , by the ladice quurtoltp , whiel
was composed of McHdamos V. K.
Taylor , J. E. Adamion , lilaukwoll
aud liubbard.Thu next Bpunker was
Senator Currio , who in his umia
happy manner entertained the audi
imoe in a big'jly nocaptable manner
The male qvarltot , which WUH oom-
poaod of Potcr and Ramah RyerBon
and J. W. G , Lowirt uud Llorhor
Waits favored the audience with
Attoinoy General I'rout waH in
trodueed , by chairman , Morgan who
after a few introductory romarko
had the audieno arise and join the
ohoir in singing "America" . At
the conclusion of the floug , Mr.
Proul called the attention of the
audience that , fiingingof thatHong
was another evidence of the false
prophesy of VV. .1. Bryan , who had
predicted , if MoKiuley was again
elnoted , that aoug would never be
ung again. His , npooeh was well
received. P. A. WbllB of South
Omaha gave an interesting talk , on
the administration of MoKinloy
The male quartello sang a song
mpnrBonating the "cut oroek".band
1800 , whioh waa received with
Gov , Savage was the last speaker
ID expressed his gratification in the
uccesa of rcpuhlicn prinoiplm in
Ouster oounty , not Incuao ho gloried
n the other follows dofont , but that
t was the triumph of the prinoiplt'8
10 believed were right. Ho Hpoko
t sonio length on Htnln poliiija nnd
loeed , by roadiur ; the following
) oem written by Col. Uixby. as Mr ,
Jixby oould not bo present :
( A L. bliby. lu SUto Journal )
'Ucrrt le J y In CuMcr conuty whotc the people
used lu < igti.
Vlnii tlio ti > lciof Omar warued tbctn of tlio
fatal 01 topi ,
Vlicru tl u umiivlio I 01 rowed money f aw lila
lartn a totftl wreck.
Vliore tlio bolir lilatk ply vrns mortgaged , with
tlio e putted COA called Spick.
.ong tliu ( ioinrrati miilc ttonjr , wlunlug out lu
every tcr pi
Auil tlio treasury vva looted of large suing of
\uil tlio oni" ) nlio paid Ilia taxes ihvriuti deepest
ilepth a } woe-
'hcre ate wrathful 111111 In Aueluy , there was
grlet at Drokeu How ,
'Liu Uiu peoplebleBa the people gayo thu
Aegean barn * a Intti ,
: "ea , tUcy simto the \lle pretender * \vltU the
besom nf their wrath ,
Ulil to thetu anhaly p > uplouhat the lllblo Bays
1'htre to Joy IP C'lialcr coimly , end there'tf rcneou
lor U , ion
Ulorloua Hnnlitjlit through the ilarkuvM of the
yvara ut luet tins uleiuimd ,
Ami It ehttiva wtth full cllulgeu&e for the county
U redooiiud : '
the world to knuckle t3 the howHng
It If uiul HavoJ fnrever let us thank the
Lord. A man.
We Want to Husk Your Corn
With our twelve hundred pnlr of cnt-
tou flannel huakinx mttln You onn buy
Ho , tnllts liny where , but ttioro la the
sumo old 5JO to 25 per cent dlffoionce bn-
tweuu our Go mitts and those bought
nlaewhorn. Wo Imva just received 1300
pairs of cample gloves nnd mittens ,
ohlldrotifl nnd misaeo yarn inHtcna , no\t \
Rloves , ImliOR1 mittens. All linn lnable
styles In uion'a nnd lioy'd lined nntl un-
llnetl gloves nnd mittens. These glovea
mid mlttutiB wore miulu up specially for
artiuplna and nru belter In qunlity thnn
tlio re ulur KQod ) . Wo buy thoan Roods
at n discount from regular wholesale
lcBB and are thus enabled to furnish
thorn to our friends at nnd below the
wholesale price. You uavc tbe regular
You can wtlk into any country store
nnd buy n suit of clothna nnd probably
bo BfUlBllod. You may pay 8200 lose
than your uclgbbor pulcl for the as me
suit , nnd still your neighbor may bo Bul
ls lied. Tbnre la a wldo difference bc-
twown 44cold Hiitlafnctinn1' untl ' 'rliht
trufUtnnnt , " our prices on clothing will
average just about what tbo ordinary
merchant pay o for his goods , ana tbe
customer SB assured of "right treatment"
hero by paying Just the snmo prices ns
the other fellow pa\a nnd here la where
you eayoyour good hard money , ns tbe
HJ H H
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An Inspirinq : Hook For Patriotic Readers.
Lifo nnd DigtinguiHhod Servioea of
OUR MAR'l Yli PRESIDENT.
, Author and Journalist
With Chapters by Hon. Johu Shonnnu , Gen. C. H. GroHvenor and
Col. Albert Ilalstoad , ol Ex Governor MoKinloy's BlafV.
Introduction by Hon. Clmunuoy M. Depow. En
larged to Include Closing Daye ,
De.ltli and Burial *
BY A. J. MUNSON , Author and Editor.
I I H the OQicial
Mllm If Oil
THE BOOK AND THE REPUBLICAN 1.50.
tun Btory of IIIB ancoHtom , birth nnd youth ; his school days ; on-
liatment in the War of tha Robdhou ; diHtinguishod Borviocs and
promotion to Major ; adinisbion to the bar ; elected prosecuting
attorney ; marriage and devoted homo life ; olotion to Congress
PGVGII times ; champion of protection , Bound money aud labor ;
Governor of Ohio ; Election to tlio Presidency ; successful admin
istration ; reflection to the Presidency ; triumphal tours through
the nation ; speeches , principles and polioioB ; assiaaination and
death ; tribute of praise by the nation and the world ,
His personal virtue , his purity of character , his honesty of
motive , his patriotic purpose , bin loyalty to right , his love of
justice , his spirit of mercy endotircd Wm. MoKinloy to the
American people and give him a place in their affections second
only to that held by the immortal Lincoln.
SEND iTOUR ftUSTER nrmiD
MONEY TO THE lOUNTY KtrUD
Broken Bow , Nebraska.
klnd of prices we am rnnking on olotlilnf ?
will mnku your obnrt corn crop look long
( vn.l your eoft corn will ocotn bnrdor.
At1.1)5 ) Mid $5 00 wo are nhnn Ing nlcn
clean nil wool cnaahnern buslnoai eulls In
a'/.cf ' 'M to 42 that would be ohtmp M 90 COte
to 37.BO. At 80-00 , ? 8.40 , 8D.90 , JlIl.CO ,
wo nre showing elognnt llneo of cnanU
mnro eultp , llnoly tailored nnd up to dntc
In every pnrtloulnr. All Wo > l lllack
Ulny Worsted SuitH in winter weights
the kind you pnv ten tlollnra for else
where In roand and fquaro cut , nlcoly
tailored. A fortunnto little , ciiah pur *
ohnsn unnblea u * tc place tlireo suite
with our frienda nt 87.00 Tina U whnt
we oall H bargain ; some pcopln call it nn
lmpOB9ltlllly , but nil ( hlnga nro posqibie
with him who rustles nnd h is tbo coin-
Hotter Clay Woisted Sulto in BHma ,
Stouts nnd regulars at 91) 00 , 812 50 cto
Here's nn old fti hlonml nil won ) black
birds eye Worattl.Suit ( , Hlzen 30 to 42
thnt would bo very oheap nt ? 1V ! fiO but
tiuilor our prlvAta syatoin of "eiiftpa"
you cnu buy tueui for 80.00.
Ot courBoyoti will taken lonk nt our
"lnv out" In overcontq , Rnglatiotta
Cuff nvercoulB , Ynku overcoats , Ulelora
oto. up to ( Into ntvlcc , prices etriotly
rl ht , nnd the oaehe' collliig line of ovcr-
cents wo ever Imd. Even cell them In
Pome to us for your winter cloiik nnd
wo will runko you Ionic llko this plo'turo.
This cut rcprcBpn'B one of the Nobby
Style Ladies Jnckuts of which wo nro
colling FO many this full.
The stylea nre varied nnd beautiful ,
but there is no dignity in the price.
There never was n little garment
Inunchod on the eon of fashion to equal
in beauty nnd comfort the Fur collarett ,
nnd this BO.IBOII thn styles nre more
benutlfnl than ever and the prices nro
A nent collarett on top of a last years
aokot transforms the whole wnrdrobe
nnd glvRS to the wenrer a comfortable
up to date nppturanco.
"I bought n pnlr of BUOCB of you two
ycnrs ago uud have hud no others elncb"
remarked a customer thu other day , as
hn walked In to buy another pair. Of
course this wao an error on our part , ns
wo nevur expect n customer to wenr ouo
pnlr of our Bhocs two years , but wo do
expect every pnlr of shoes wo sell to give
fnir and rensonnble Borvlce In proportion
to tbo price puld. Our ciiH'omero nre
entitled to the beat there Is to be bad and
It they don't get it wo wnnt to know It.
Do your trading at the big etore where
they never have to complain of dull
Remember our now location , 4
doors north of Broken Bow State
Bank.W ilson & Drake .
b'arjoy Box Stationery at Ed McA -
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
"Mniuctliliti ; New lltKlurTtieHuu. '
All Dontnra bnvo tried to cure
CATAK1UI by the UBO nt powdora , nold
UU6CB , iulittlerrt nnd drugs In paFtuform.
Tnuli powdpra dry up the mucuous
ineinbrNnua onuaing them to crack open
and hltiod Thu potvurtut acids uai'd In
the inhalers buvu entirely oaten nwuy
thu sumo mombrnncH Hint their ninkuia
liavo lumod to cum , while piPlua aud
ointmunta ciinnot roach lhn dUen.so. An
old nnd cxpurioiuH'd pniotltlonur who
hnH for many yutrB nmdo n cloau fltudy
tif.il cpcctnlty of thu irentmutit o
OATAiiltll. baa ut iHHr perfected f
treatment which wbon fnlthlully uaed
not only rellevou nt onoo , but perman
ently ouiea CArAltltll , by removing
the cause , atopplng the dlsubargua , nnd
curitiir all InlUtnaUon. It IB the only
n incdy known to Boluueo that notuallj
i caches tbo allllctud par's. ' Tbi wonderful
dorful remedy IB known na " 8NUPKL1C !
tbo GUA11ANTWKD CATARHU
UUUE" and Is told nt tbo extrcmel ;
low price of One Dollar , encu pucktisi
containing intet nnl n ; > d external modi
I'lno Mifllulent fora ftJI month's treat
muni iv n d everything lU'COcsiiry to It
" 8NUFFLRS" U the only perfec
CATAURil CUICli every mndo and I
now recognized as the only snfo am
positive euro for that annoying and dla
Kustlng disenao. Itcurca'all Inllnmn
tlon quickly and permanently nnd la nle <
wnnuerfullv quick to rollevo IIAY
FliVEll or COLD In thn HEAD.
C ATA HUH wbon ncglocted often lead
to CONSUMPTION "Snuffles" wil
save you If you uae it nt once. It Is nc
ordinary remedy , but complete treat
uient wliloh is positively guaranteed t <
cure Catarrh in any form or Btago i
imed according to the directions wblol
accompany each package. Don't dqla.
but Bond for it at once , and write in !
particular ns to yonr condition , nnd yo
will reculvo epeclal advice from the din
coverer of this wonderful remedy regard
Ing your case without coat to vou beyond
yond tbe regular price of ' Snuffles" th
"Guaranteed Catnrrh Ouro. "
Sent propt'd ' to any nddreta in th
United States or Cnnndn on receipt o
Ono Dollar. Address Dnni. R 177 ,
RDWIN B. GILES & COMPANY , 2330
mid 2333 Market Street , Philadelphia.
REPUBLICAN GAINS IN OHIO ,
Increased Majority In Leglolatue In *
sures Re-Election of Foraker.
Columbus , Nov. C. The UopubllcntiB
yesterday curried Ohio by nuch In
creased plurality on their stoto ticket
nnd with mich an enlarged majority
In thu legislature as to cause nil Boris
of comment on what did It. ThG result
continues the Republicans In power In
the state , making nn epoch of 11 ! yoiu'H
In succession for that party in Ohio ,
nd It innurcu the re-election of Sena
The extent of the Republican BUC-
CCBS Is attributed to the silver Demo
crats not voting , to the attitude of
John R. McLean , the Democratic can-
dldato for governor two yeuis mo ; ,
and the Ohio members of the national
committee , to the superior organiza
tion of the Republicans , and other
causes. The Republicans attribute
the result largely to thu popular do-
slro not to disturb the prevailing pros
perity , In accordance with Senator
Ilanna's appeal to "let well enough
alone ; " to the desire to support Pres
ident Roosevelt In carrying out the
policies of the Into President McKln-
ley and to the endorsement of Govern
or Nash and Senator Forakor. Chair-
mnn Dick sent a messenger to Govern
or Nash at the state house- and tele-
Grama to Senator Foraker at Cincin
nati , nnd Senator Hanna at Cleveland ,
congratulating thorn on those lines.
Tl\o Republicans are so elated over
their triumph that they are talking of
Congressman Dick , who has been
chairman of their state committee for
11 years years , for governor two years
hence , when Senator Hanua stands for
re-election , and It Is generally predict
ed that John R. McLean then will be
the Domociatlc candidate for senator.
It is believed that Hon. Charles R. Ba
ker of Cincinnati , who has been an
avowed candidate against Foraker ,
will receive the complimentary vote of
the Democrats for senator.
In Hamilton county there was a
mixed delegation in the last legislat
ure , when John R. McLean ( Dem. )
carried that county for governor. The
delegation then had only two Repub
licans. This year the delegation con
sists of 13 Republicans. Lucas county
had two Republican members In the
last legislature , but under tbe new
census It has four members , all Re
publicans. The Democrats gain four
members in Franklin and one In
Adams and Pike counties. The Re
publicans gain one member each in
Summit. Musklngum , Ross aud Will-
Chairman Dick of the Republican
state headquarters Issued the follow
ing : "Returns at midnight Indicate
the election of Governor Naah by GO-
000 and upwards and the election of 22
to 25 of the 33 members of tlie senate
and 70 to 80 of the 110 members of the
Cleveland One hundred and thirty-
five precincts out of 200 In Cleveland
give Nash ( Rep. ) 15,055 , Kilbourno
( Dem. ) 17,753 ; Democratic gala of 1-
559 compared with last fall.
Numerous Arrests and Charges of
Fraud on Both Sides.
Philadelphia , Nov. 6. Returns up to
2 a. m. indicate the election of the Re
publican state ticket , Frank G. Harris
for state treasurer and William P.
Potter for supreme court Judge , by
from 60,000 to 70,000 plurality. The
vote in favor of the proposed consltu-
tional amendment in the Interest of
ballot reform is overwhelming.
Estimates from 07 counties of the
state give Frank G. Harris , Republican
\ > r state treasurer , an apparent plural
ity of 51,018 , WilMara P. Potter , Re
publican for supreme court Judge , 44- ,
807 plurality. In Philadelphia , Roth-
ermel , the fusion candidate for dis
trict attorney , was beaten by 43,478
plurality. Harris' plurality In this
city was 34,961 and Potter's was 31-
921. G. Hairy Davis ( fu. ) was elected
Judge of common pleas court No. 5 ,
running nearly 1,000 votes ahead of
Henry1 Budd , his associate ou the
Notwithstanding the Interest , the
election throwghout tbe city was con
ducted generally In an orderly manner.
There were , however , various disputes
at the voting places , and in various in
stances the disputants came away with
broken heads , but no very serious
rows occurred anywhere. The Repub
licans and the fuslonists charge each
other with wholesale
fiaud and prom
IBO to make numerous arrests. There
were many arrests for vlolatlonH of the
election laws , but In nearly every case
the offender was promptly balled out
by political friends.
Light Vote In Rhode Island.
Providence , Nov. G. In the election
of Governor Gregory and the entire
ticket by u plurality of at least 6,000
the Republicans of Rhode Island , will :
a majority In both branches of the
gonoial assembly , have again retained
the guidance of the state's policies
The campaign lacked feature , and tbe
result was a decreased vote at tue
polls. The Democrats cut by 3,000
the vote of the Republicans ut the las
election. The Democrats elected thel :
mayoralty candidates by substantia
pluralities in Providence , Pawtucket
Woonsocket and Newport , and the Republicans
publicans vrnre successful in the new
city of Central Falls.
For nil kinds of school hooka go
to Ed. MoComas'B.
United States Ltml Office , L
Utokon Uo . Neb. . November U , 1901. f
U hereby given tbattbe followlnc uamc <
Nutlco tin Hied noUce of bit Intention to m V
final proof In lupuort of hta claim , and that eat' '
proof will be made before Ucglvtor and Itecche
tUrokenllow Nebra > ka.on Saturday , Dccem
bcrSI , mil. tU : JAMKS II. SLOOQKTT. o
Uroken How. Nebraoka , qn bin II. E. Mo. 731 , to
tbe NS4 He. NK 8w , tcctlon 10 , township 1R
noitb , range SO , > vcstoUi P. M. He ntinen tb
following witnesses to prove bis coutlunou * reil
deuce upon ami culllTAtlon of ttld Uud , Tlz
I reiein > n Itlrbanlson. Albert It. Chrl m n
Itobeit U. De tb r Be , Lewis Ousbrasu , ll n
Drake * Bow , Nebraska.
11-14 flt JAUKI WIIITIMEAD , Ileglmr.
T. L. FAUNS WOHT1J ,
Ofliuo over Swan's Grooory.
Chamberlain's Stomach and J.lvetr
TahletB euro bllloiisni'sn , ooiiRtlpiuion
nut ) headache. Tlioy are enuy to tnko
niul pliant In effect. For Bale by .1. O.
To remove a trouhleaouid aorn or
bunion : First soak tbe corn or bunion
In wnrm water to soften in , ( hen pare It
an closely as possible without drawing
blood and apply Clmmherlain'fl IN In
Hnlm twlco ( Inlly ; rubbing vigorously
for llvo ininuotB each application , A
corn plnatcr should bo worn for a few
dayfl , to protect It from the shoe. Ax
jriUTil ; lininaont for sprains , bruises ,
InmetiPBH and rhcuniatlem.Paln llnlm la
uncqualcd. For eale by .1. 0 , Ilneborlo ,
JAMES C , ROBINSON , Prop.
In assuming the management oC the Globe Hotel ,
we undertake no now business to UB. From our experi
ence wo feel competent to eater to the wants of the public
yu/ and afford the beat of aocoraodatiotiB. Wo shall do our
* ? 'r ' beat to maintain the excellent reputation that the house has
berne in the past , aud keep in touch with the requirements *
of the times.
Rates strictly $1.00 per day. The patronage of the
public is solicited.
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We will pos AW
Lamp Sale Lamps fourths itively at Si-Look At-
Price that oth
ON ask for them . Our
that may look ; >
thin to you but . § | ? jj
it ia facts. If ; / !
it was not wo y'i'i
would not say jr'jjj
so. S |
Come and BOO fs
' 5fA the Vtai
BOM'S. i3 ofWINDOW ,
stock of gjfjr
That Was Ever in Ouster County.
Jl ; tf fffmtf' 1 * O rrr "
61 J. C. BOWEN.
1 EAGLE GROCERY. I
% $ $ All parties indebted to the E-agle Grocery , are requested fcj/j
wj § to call and settle their account by cash at onoe. I must have ? j
$ t money to pay bills , I cannot do business on wind. ? -
tT&it Yours truly ,
W. S. SWAN ,
Proprietor. $ !
10 Bars of Soap for 25c , J ! |
V.-KU * MfT'i't'W * -Wft11 ! ? ' ' f Vf nf t
COLLOWS" GROCERY i
Aaarloai. of old wheat Hour , BST'Every sack
NEW STOCK of
And are prepared to sell aa CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
If UIT , OYHTlUtM mm CKXKKV IN 8HA.BON.
Butter and Eggs taken in Exchange.
Goods delivered to any part of the ,
city Give ua a trial.
A , A. COLLOM.
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