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, XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 2 , ' , 1901-EIGHT PAGES ,
I Don't Forget -Christmas
is coining' .
II Don't Forg-et your com
II I fort.Don't Forget Our con- t
I veneuce. I
Don't Forget first buy
er's get the pick.
Don't Forget now the
tinia to buy your Christmas
I gifts , and here the place to
get thenu .
T Graduate of Cblcairo Opthalmlo College. 7
i Moved to Eealty I
* Block. I
School Books ,
4 * "
School Supplies ,
J. G. Haeberle's :
Market Report ( or Today ,
Wheat / . 8
Oats , ,3r >
Corn 45 ® . & 8
I'otatooi , per hnabel 1 10
Onions , per buabel l.UU
Chickens , per pound , . ( H
Cows 2.00 C S 2.50
8tein $3.6) ) < [ J 4.00
Turkeys , per pound C5
Straw , per cwt .10
Hay , New , per ton 4.60
When you feel that life in hsrdly
worth the caudlo tuke a dose of Oham-
burlaia'e Stotuacb and Liver Tablets.
They will cleanao your stomach , tone
up your liver and regulate your bowels
making you feel liku a new man. For
uale by J. O. Haeuerle.
The followiug is the dtmd letter
Hat for the week ending Nov. 20 ,
Mr. Henry Hannun , Rev. and
Mra. X.i'0 11. Young , Mias Ella M.
Lilly , Mrs. Sophia Laraon , VValter
Harrison , JAH Dickoraon , Goorgu
Burke , J. W. Dixou. '
Parties calling for the above will
pleaee Bay advertised.
L. If JKWETT , P. M.
Card of Thanks.
Wo desira to lake this tneaua of
thanking the many fricndu , vrtio HO
knidly aided ua in lliorncout IDPPH ! |
and death of our father and hus-
band. WH dcMirn to especially re
member the frienda at Gates will
our gratilude. ,
MBS. Wit HKHUKWT
MR AND MllB.F. WlKSBNlflKDKU
For all fresh cuts or wounds
cither ou the human subject or on
animal * , BALLARD'S SNOW
LINIMENT is excellent ; while fo
oorn-huaketb , sprained wncts , barb
ed-wire onts and soroa on working
horses , it oannot be to highly com
mended. Price , 25 and 50 cents
Ed. MaComaa , Broken Bow and
"I have used Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kernody and tin
it to bo a great medicine. " says Mr. E
S , Phlpps , of Potcau , Ark. " 'It cure
me of bloody tlux 1 cannot apeak t
highly of it. " Tula remedy always win
the good opinion , if not praien of thee
who nee it The quick cures which 1
effects even in the most severe caeo
make it a favorite everywhere Jo
gale by J. G. Haonberle.
Moved to Eealty Block ,
A , E , ANDERSON ,
Fancy Gift Books at Ed Mc-
Buata at Bowon'a. They are
Tom Holiday was over from Ar
For Kodaks supplies and Eodaka
go to Ed. McComaa's.
J. B. Klump of the West table
was a oity visitor Tuesday.
Wanted : Two or three more
boarders at Mrs. Lillie King's.
The County board will mot in
adjourned Session November 10th.
Moved to Realty Block.
Will sell iny feed or take one
hundred head of cattle to winter ,
11-14 2t JKSB GAUDS ;
Money loaned ou improved farms.
JAMBS LBUWIOH ,
7 18 tf Broken Bow , Nobr.
The doctors held a meeting of
their asaooiatiou at Callaway Tues
Ed. Tipton and Kem Wahl are
busy in getting the Flick building
on Foutth avenue ready for uae.
Judge Sullivan went out with
hia Grey hounds Friday morning
and captured a large wolf east of
FOB SALE Lots 1 , 2 , 7 and 6 ,
block 5 , in Jewell's addition to
Broken Bow. Enquire at this
oQioo. s il.a'l tf
A now aide walk adorna the street
between llaeborlea and Wilson &
Drake to credit of the enterprise of
A box supper will bo given at
A.BU Crook Sohoo ! house Saturday
liov. 23rd. A good time is antioi-
Mra. L MoCandloFs who has
icon visiting in several cities of the
astern part of the state for th
iaat week came home Tuesday
Irene.a ten year old daughter of
O.'S. Ohriaman was thrown from
lor byoiole one day last week on
her way from school and sustained
a broken limb.
I wish to dispose of my entire
Millinery stock and will soil goo da
t cost for the next afc weeks. I
Iso have a good piano for sale.
1 21-2t. MBS. S. M. THOMSON.
Remember the date of the Guild
Fair Is the llth and 12th of Do-
ember. Aprons for young and
ild are being made , also there will
o on sale useful and fanoy articles
or Xmaa present.
Clarence Alathews of Orawford
rrivod in this city Monday night
o viait old frienda and inoidenlly
, o take away with him one of Bro
ken Bow's moat eatimatable young
adies as hia bride.
J. Bartonnon ot B. W. Barton of
Arvada Wyomingwho for a ' num
ber of years resided at Borwyn is
visiting frienda in thia community
Ho in company with J. O. Taylor
visited this office Monday.
ilERBINE sweetens the breath ,
brightens the aye * and clears the
complexion without the slightest ill
effects whatever , and oosures the
latural bloom of health Price , 50
onts. Ed. MoComas , Broken Bow
The ladies of the Baptist church
n Merua will give a dime social at
the rehidonce of Mr. JB. . Smith's
next Friday night. A good time la
anticipated. Come everybody and
get your fill of sandwiches , oake
tea and coffee.
Mover try to oax a cold or cough
use tte remedy that unfailingly
conquers both. BALLAUD'S
liOKEUOUND SYRUP the great
specific tor all throat and lung trou
bles. Price , 26 and 50 cents. Ed
McComaa , Broken Bow and Merua
The oity scales have again been
put in shape for use by the con
tribution of the enterprising buaU
nesa men of this oity. They are
located , by O. H. Ccnrad'a pump
and wind mill establishment. This
is an improvement that has been
needed for some time and no donb
the farmers will appreciate it.
8. P. Great & Co. having bough
the large stock of queena ware
stone ware , glass ware , etc , having
belonged to John & Knerr , wil'
give their customers great bargain
in that line. They have also re
oeived a fine line of Universal stove
and ranges. Alao a large lot
fine furniture. These gooda will
be sold at the very bottom prioaa.
A good safe for sale at a bargain.
Come and aeo ua in the opera block.
Eastman's Kodaks at Ed. Mo.
Comas' * .
WANTED Improved farmn for
sale. WILLIS GADWKLL.
L. E. Kirkpatrick was a woatern
pnoaenger on 41 Tuesday morning.
The onso of J. A , Harris was con
tinued last week until Saturday
Topsl Tops ! Topa ! Tops I Tops !
Tops ! Tops ! Kyerson < t Watta
The regular meeting of tha M.
B A. will be hold in thia oity Fri
day night of this week.
Room for 3 tuoro college students
at Mrs. Eva Martin's one block
southeast of public cquaro.
District Court will convene in
adjourned-term in' thia city next
Monday the 25 h. It will bo a jury
Several criminal oases are ou the
court docket for trial next week
and in all probability the court will
bo in aeaniou two weeks.
MooreibTaylor have bought W.D.
Blackwelf's insurance business and
re prepared to continue the buai
ess with all his old onstmers.
Well , its tbU way ! Ryeraop &
iVatts have just what you want in
ino of Xmaa presents and they
ave them ' within reach of your
The young Peoples' Society of
he U. B. church held a very pleaa-
nt social at the parsonage Wodnes-
lay evening. Oysters wore served
nd all enjoyed the evening.
Charley Humphrey , of Callaway
laa bean in the oity several days ,
wing to tbo sickness of his mother.
As she ifl now ' considered out of
anger , Mr. Humphrey went homo
Fred Myer& baa bought the 20
ore farm of Mrs. Maxwell cast of
own. Ho is having the buildings
epaircd , painted and put in shape
'or ' occupancy. Price paid for the
arm was (709.
Oar first auppjy of the History
f the , late William MoSinlejr are
all gono. Parties wishing one of
our next oiderwhich we expeot in
a few days should call and leave
heir order or write ua at once , .
Mrs. Clara Young waa releoted
tate president of the wowan suffer *
, go movement at Lincoln last week
> od Miss Nellie Taylor , secretary.
Let Cuator oountyitea go where
hey will they receive recognition.
Guy Severs sold on the Broken
Bow market yesterday seven loads
of fatjhogs for 45.15 , AB hogs were
wort only about $ C Co , in Omaha
"t ia another proof that the stock
dealers in Broken Bow are paying
Major R , H. Henderson and son
ill give an entertainment Deo.
3th , at tbo opera honae. Maj.
Henderson ia the only man in the
world that has recommendations aa
being the best drummer and fifer
rom Abraham Lincoln and others.
Sea bills lator. 11.3 Ltd ,
The Masonic lodge of thia * place
has leased the upper story of the
Harry Day & Co. building' on the
north side'of the square for future
quarters. J. W.and Will Bruce are
busy in getting it ready for oooupan
cy. Wheu > completed and furnish
ed it will be the finest lodge room
"n the city.
There is probably no dis
ease more distressinn and
annoying than piles. , TAB
LE K'3 BUCKEYE PILE OINT
MENT is daily curing oases of
years , .standing and itohing and
bleeding piles The cure begins on
the Ural application , a little por-
oeveranoo makes the cure complete
Price , 50 cents ia bottles , Tubes
75 cents. Ed. McComas , Broken
Bow and Meruft
A young man from Round Valley
by the name of Riser , created a dis
turbance by firing his revolver aev
era ! times on the etreot Tuesday
night. Deputy Sheriff Riohardaou
who waa in town , arrested him am
be wea brought before Justice Aus
tin and fined $20. Tom Whipp.ii
took him to the Bow , where ho wil
atop awhile in jail , in default of thi
payment of same. Sargent Era.
Taylor Flick has moved the
small frame building between Wi )
son & Drake and Fred Rinne'
resturant to the oppoaite aide of th
street next to Glaze's marble"work
to make room for the building form
erly occupied by Jacob Johnson's
barbnr shop on the corner , opposite
the busineau college. He now baa
the building on its new location and
carpenters are at work putting it in
ibape for occupying- Thirty feet
will be added to it , when It will be
occupied with a stock of groceries ,
Corn in soiling today , for 68 oent ,
in Broken Bow , ai wo goto press.
For insurance and real estate go to
Moore&Taylor , in Realty Block.
Dr. Sexton will preach Sunday
morning and evening in the Pres
byterian church. All arc invited.
WHITE'S CREAM VERMI
FUGE roraoven the unhealthy tissue
upon whioh worms thrive ; it brings
and quickly , a healthy condition of
body where worms cannot exist.
Price 35 cents. Ed. MoComai
Broken Bow and Merna ,
We are in receipt of notice , with
program of the Eleventh annual
meeting of the Douglas Grove Far
mers' club to bo hold at Com stock ,
Dooombor 4th and Oth , which is un
avoidably left out thia week. Wo
hope to bo able to publish it next
E , Wi Julian , representative of
the Western Newspaper Union of
Omaha was a friendly caller at this
office Tuesday. Mr. Julison was
for A time publisher of the Chadron
Journal and for the font two years
until the last six months hae boon
associated with the Omaha Bee ,
R. L. Robinson , of Grand Island
who ban for several yoara boon with
the MoCormiok manafaotnring
machine company baa accepted a
position of general manager with
the Milwanko machine company ,
with headquarter * at Sioux Falls ,
He gets a salary of 91.500 and cx-
The preliminary trial , ot Harry
O. Ray on the charpo of having
purchased 121 head of cattle by
false property statement waa bad be
fore J\idge Armor Monday. Gut.
toraon and Humphrey wore attor
neys for the defendant and L. B.
Kirkpfttriok and Gadd for the state.
The defendant was bound over to
the district court.
S feal of the ottizene of Broken
Bow went to Lincoln last week to
attend the state convention of the
raoman eufforage club. Among the
number were Dr. and Mrs. 0.
Piokott , Mrs. Clara Young and Mrs.
G. H : Thorp. They report the debate -
bate between Col. Bisby and Mia a
Gregg interesting bat one aided as-
far as an argument was concerned.
The Col. did little else bat to reoite
poetry for them.
Joe Jauefsky was tending a corn
shedder whiob waa iu operation at
the Savage piece , Saturday morning
and had the misfortune to have hia
left hand caught iu it and torn to
piece's , Only by bracing himself
with his other arm was any portion
tion of hia arm saved. He was
brought up town and it was found
necessary to have bis arm amputat
ed four inches above the wrist joint.
Dr * A. Amo performed the opera
tion and the injured man is now
doing as well as expected. 'Joe has
the sympathy of all in UIH misfor
tune. Sargent Loader.
On last Saturday the m mbars
and frienda of the U. B. church to
the number of 20 called on W. J.
Wantz and bis eateemable wife to
intorm them of the fact they had
not forgoten that it waa the formers
oatn Dirtuaayaua wnon tne numer
ous gilts were prouoDted and the
baskets of refreshments were un
picked and placed upon the table ,
after 25 had partaken of the good
things to eat , the company then
dispersed wishing him many tuoro
happy returns of the name. W..J.
wiahea to say that this was the most
successful surprise ever planed on
him aod as ho is in poor health ho
greatly appreciated , the samu * and
wiahos God's blessings ou all.
Those desiring oboap eating po
tatoes and at tbo same time , uarly
Ohio uoedjOan secure the some by
tailing at our warehouse Lexington.
Also have choice turnipH which wo
offer while they Inai for 15o per
bushel , Yours Truly ,
MKBBITT PRODUCE Co.
ll.2l-4t Per Adams.
According to tbo proclamation of our.
beloved President , Tkeodora Roosevelt
and the governor of our slate , Ezra V
Savage , Thursday , the 28b ( , day ot
November , has been fixed ut a day for
general thanksgiving tor tbo people o'
our great communwosltn.
Now , therefore it ia requeated by the
city council of tbe oity ot Broken Bow ,
Nebraska , that all placet ot buslneis of
Bald city be cloned for that day , from 9
o'clock a. m. until 4 o'clock p. ni.
Tbat a due obaarvsaioo of tbe day be
participated In by our citizens In repair
ing to tbeir usual places of worship.
That we reraembor tbo e who h vo
not been so fortunately blecied la tbia
world's goods , by rellevelag tholr Im
mediate wants , extending & welcome
hand to tbe stranger within our gatea.
thus may we be a uuppy and contented
RKKD RINNK , Clerk.
ALVHJL MOROAK , Pt. of Council ,
- IT WILL BE - -
SURE TO COME.
A Clean , Up-To-Dato , Thoroughly Enjoyable Comedy ,
Opera Houae , Friday Nigiit , Nov. : 22nd ,
THE PRKSS SPEAKS IN GREAT PRAISE OF IT.
SECURE YOUI SEATS
Gaa Lamps , fixtures and repairs ,
Ryorsou & Watts.
The Equality Club will moot at
ho homo of Miss Sallie Rtnkin
Friday night. There will bo the
election of officers and all members
are requested to bo present.
JULIA WiLias , Seo'y.
Broken lion Schools.
Wednesday altoruoouncxt week ,
all grades , including high fchool ,
will have special Thanksgiving ox.
oroises m their several rooms.
Patrons are especially invited to
come. A. J. MAOY , Supt.
To Men and loys Only.
Your awoot heart told us just
what abe hoped to got Christmas.
Oomo in and wo will toll you what
it is. Ryorson & Watte ,
Goddaril , at tlio Bnlecopal ohutcU ,
W < nlueul y night , Clarence W. Matthowi ot
Ujauulu auil Miia FefU K , Qoddard of Ihln city ,
The bride ia one of Brukou Bow's
tnoHt ustimablo young ladies and
flinoo her early ohildhqod has made
her homo with Mr. and Mra. C. E.
Wheeler of the Grand Central Hotol.
Tbo groom is a railroad man and
at present ia located at Hyannin , as
agent. At two or three different
times ho Las been atutionad at the
B&M office hero na suply , honoo is
not a stranger. He bears the repu
tation of an exemplary young man
and worthy of the prize ho has won.
They loft on the midnight tram
for Hyannio. The Republican joins
tbeir rnaavy friend , in congratula
CliurtiU' HcrvlccH. \
Services in , thn Baptist church
next Sunday at the usual hours.
The topic of diaoourao for the
morning will bo "The Philosophy
of Prohibition. " The evening
topic will bo announced in the *
morning , At V00 p. m. the B. Y.
P. U. will commence , with Lottio
Richards in ohargo. Topic
"Thanksgiving.1 , The principal
address will bo delivered by Mr.
lamea Whiteboad. Choice muaio
will bo selected for the ocoaaiou.
A cordial invitation is extended to
everybody to attend the above
Services t U. B. church next
Sunday. Sunday school st 10 a , m
Prouotiing ; \ | 11 a. m , and 71G ; p.
, Y. P.O. U. tat 0ao p. m.
Dubjoot of morniug sermon , "Saul
Sleeping. " In the evening the
Piotnrea will bo tiuud , "Our Elder
IBrothor" being the one. Good
muaio. All are iuvitod.
The morning subject at the M.
S. church will bo "Going Forward. "
Toil Exodus 14:16 , Evening aub-
oot a tcmporauoo topic in harmony
with the naU nal day. The Ep-
worth League proaonta a special
Thanksgiving topic Sunday oven-
"ug , Coino out to tboflo services.
GBO. P , T rrK8 , , Pastor.
UNION HUBVIOQS ,
On Thanksgiving Day , Thursday
Novombur 38th , a union aorviue of
, Iio uhurohea of Broken Bow will
bo hold at the Episcopal ohnroh at
720 ; p. m. Music by the united
choirH of the oity. Ruv. Geo. P.
Triots , paator of tbo Methodist
church will proaoh the sermon. ' ' All
who are interested in helping the
poor are requested to bring offur-
ings of vegetables , or grooorioH in
pound paokagoa , whioh will be dis
tributed by a committee repromit *
ing all the churohoB. Tbo collec
tion will bo tor the name worthy
object. You are cordially invited
to bo prosont.
Miscellaneous Books at Ed
MoComaa't ) .
W. D. Blackwell ,
If You Need
None hot the Boat Companies [ i
All Kindt * ol Hotarpr Won * .
School Ordora Bought ,
EIoiiHca to Rent. *
And CollootionH Promptly
3 Onioo over N. Gloim'a Tailor
I Shop , Broken Bow , Nob.
FOSTER & 'SMITH LUMBER CO. ,
Always have the bout quality of
Lumber and other building uia-
torials at the Lowest Pncca.
'Phono No. 79.
W. L. RULE , Manager.
For a First Class Snfoke Try the
I Martial and
I Corona Grande'
> ( Jv R w Vv I /TO TO I Y $ _ vv. \ i
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Broken Bow , - Nebraska. i
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