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VOL X-X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 28 , IQOlr-EIGHT PAGES , N0.24 , ' *
The wiao young man will
kill two birds with one
utono by inakiug the
mid tbo wise young woman will com
mend hiH economy.
No auoh pretty selections of
elsewhere in town , ac we are now
showing , Kings at all prices but
cvory 0110 a'beauty.
Graduate ol Chlcaeo Optbalmlo College.
3l" NMBTOTO mTOqKlCTCi73miTO.I nBI
Market Uepnrt for Today.
WUeat . . . . . . . . . ? .55
11 at 1 By . . . . . - . . .80
Oats . ,3 * >
Corn . 45 ® ,9S
Uye . . . 4U
llutter . 16
Potatoes , per tmshel . , . I 10
Onloun. per buatiol . . 1. .00
Gblckene , per pound . , . . - . .01
Iloge . 5 . ! > 5
Cows . . . .SfU.OO ® U. 50
i , per > oimd , C6
StUw , per cwt .10
Day , New , per ton 4.50
SugnrSiec ) cwt . . . 6.00
When you fool that Ufa is hardly
worth the candle tiike a dose of Cham
berlain's Htomucb and Liver Tablets.
They will cleanee your stomach , tone
up your liver nnd regulate your bowels
making you feel like a now man. For
aalo by J. G. llaeborle.
For all fresh cuts or wounds ,
either on the human subject or on
animale , BALLARD'S SNOW
LINIMENT is excellent ; while for
corn-huskoiB , sprained wrifts , barb
ed-wire outs.and sores on working
horses , it cannot bo to. highly com
mended. Price , 25 and 50 cents.
Ed. UoConias , Broken Bow and
"Thavousrd Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera nnd Diarrhoea IliMiiedy and ilnd
it to be u great medicine , " snys Mr. R.
S , I'hlppa , of Potenu , Ark. "It cured
ina of bloody flux. I cannot apeak to
highly of It. " ' This remedy always wins
the good opinion , If not praise of those
who use it The quick euros which it
r effects even in the moat severe canes
make it a fuvorito everywhere. For
sale by .1. G. Haenlierle.
Free Complexion llcmUtlflcr.
We want every lady reader of the
REPUHUCAN to try Uwight's Com
plexion Boautilier , the most exqui
site toilet preparation. It is pure
and liarmleH8maltt'B the fact- smooth
as rid vet and fair an nlab.iH.ter. To
induce a fair trial of it wo will for
a hhort limn only send FJUCH a full
aizo , Fifty cone box to every lady
who will com ! us her post otlico ad-
dreHH silver dime to pay for packing
and postage. Only one KUBK box to
each address but ludies may order
for their friends. Each box mailed
separately. Send this notice and
your otder at ONCU to" D.V. . C
. , Huntington W. Va.
Many people ary suffering fear
fully from indigestion or dyspepiia
when ono single bottle of IIER-
BINE would bring about a prompt
and permanent onre. A few doses
will do more for a weak stomach
than a prolonged course' any oth
er medicine. Price , 50 cents. Ed.
MoComas , Broken Bow and Merua.
OUR CLUBBING RATES
nd Kaosas City Journal. . . . $ i .35
epubllcan and Inter Ocean 1.50
epubllcan and Twentlatti Century I 65
epubllcan and Globe-Democrat , Seml.w i .83
epublican and State Journal I.BJ
epucllcan and Nebraska Farmer 1,85
tpubllcan and LHe of McKinley 1.50
Fancy Gift Booku at Ed , Mc-
L. VV. < Cornish , ot Lodi is Attend
ing court this week as juror.
Isaac Deardorf and Jaa.MoCallia-
ter , of Mason City are attending
court as jurors.
Charley Gallagher , of Dry Valley
is one of the jurors of the district
oourt this week.
D. K. Hall , of West Union is on
the jury at the present session of
the district oouit.
Money loaned on improved farms ,
JAMBS LHD-WIOU ,
7 18 If Broken Bow , Nebr.
Jas. Lindloy and D.avid Clmstun ,
of Anselmo are in the city this
week serving as jurorH in the dis
I have room for a few more
boarders ; students from Business
College prefered. MBS. LILUBKINO.
11-18 1-1 02
Lewis McCroary and Win. Englaa
of Callaway are serving the country
this week in the capacity of jurors
in the district oourt.
MALE HELP WANTED Re
liable men to eoll our line of fine
lubricating oils , greases and paints.
Salary or commission. Address ,
THE RKSBEVK OIL Co , Cleveland ,
W. S. Swan has had. the wood
work of bis store building rep aint-
od.tlio base comentedilues re paired
recentlyall ot which ijuproves the
appearance of the building vary
Rome ruber the date * of the Guild
Fair ) s the llth and 12th of Do-
com her. AprouH for young and
old are being made , also them will
bo on sale useful and fauoy artiolea
for Xmas present.
JUAumuL ) In Broken Bow , at
the Globe Hotel , NovanJbor , 2 ] ,
1901 , by Rev. S. W. Riuhards , jtfr.
Fredriok .1. Lyon , oC Edgruont ,
South Dakota , andMitm LottuiKlati
of Ausolmo , Neb.
11 Eli BINE sweotcns the breath ,
brightens the oypH and olearB the
complexion without the ali ht < 'Ht ill
ch't'ota Whatever , and onsnros the
natural bloom of health Prioo , 50
cents. Ed. McComaH , Bioken Bow
JohnRobinsouaud wife reiinruodyns-
terday morning from GraiJ : Island
whom they ha.vo boon visiting with
the family of their son R. L. who is
now stationed tit Sioux Falls and
who expects soon to mov his fam
Never try to coax a cold or congh
use the remedy that unfailingly
conquers both. BALLARD'S
1IORE1IOUND SYRUP the great
spectator all throat and lung trou
bles. Prioo , 25 and CO cents. Ed.
MoComas , Broken Bow and Merna ,
J. N. Peal who has sold his
grocery store to Oabnrn & Myera
will leave this week with his family
for San Diego Cabforna where his
sister Mrs. Wyatt reaidee. He ex
pects to make that his homo in the
future. Ths Republican wishes
them happiness and success in their
new home , but we fool safe in pro
dieting that he is leaving s better
bnsinoBa than he wril Ond in San
Diego some people are iiever
satisfied whoa tnoy are doing -well ,
Eastman' * Kodaks at Ed , Mo.
L. II. Jewett went to Dunning
on 43 Sunday morning.
Ira P. Mille , of Arnold ia attending - ,
ing court Hiia week aa juror.
WANTED Improved farms for
H. J. Suinn , of West Union ia
attending court in the city this
Room for 3 more college students
at Mrs. Eva Martin's one block
southeast of public square.
Dr. Ponnlngton wont to Dunning
on 48 Sunday Morning in response
to a Telegram from James Corg.
For sale or Trade a House and
Lot , 4 year old team , harness and
anrrey. J. H. COSNEB. ll-28tf
Attorneys Moore and Robinson
oi Kearney wore in the oity this
week looking alter business in the
Jasper Wallace , of Weat Union
made this office a friendly oall
yesterday ynd loft his order for one
of tbo MoKinley books.
Get a good Chicken Pie Supper
at the Guild Fair on Deo. llth and
12th. Musical Program at 7:30 :
each evening. ll-28td.
Judge Wall , of Loup oity is attending -
tending court this week. lie was
associated with C. L. Gutterson in
the defence in the Chapel case.
Be sure to patronize the Fish
Pond at the Guild Fair on Doc.
llth. and 12th. Bait for Fish 5
and lOcts , 11.28-td.
Wm. Great baa given up the
livery business and gene in with his
father in the hard wars store. A
Mr. Shopardson of Whitman has
ranted fho Globe barns.
Henry Kelly of Auselmo waa a
social caller at this office Tuesday.
He informs us that Roy Atkisson is
the postmaster at Anselmo , he hav
ing assumed the work of the otlioe
W. B. Eastham and E. R. Doug
las have purchased C. H. Kennedy's
interest in the Commercial livpcy
barn nonth of the Commercial
Hotel. * They took possession Tues
II. E. O'Neill , of Omaha is visit
ing in the oity. Mr. 'NeiH in vice
president of the Cuater National
Bank of this place , and is 'hero at
taching his oiioial signature to the
new bank notes just issued.
Major R. U. Henderson'and son
will give an entertainment Dec ,
13th , at the opera house. Maj.
Henderson is the only man in the
world that baa recommendations as
being the beat drummer and fifor
from Abraham Lincoln and othora.
Sea bills later. 11.21-td.
Report of Distuot 54 for the
month ending November 22. Pupils
enrolled 15 ; present of attendance
53 ; number of times tardy , 58 ;
pupil snoither absent nor tardyKate
Leonard ; pupil having the highest
average , Orlonzo Barrett , 05 per
oont ; second highest average , Eva
Jacquot , 91 per cent ; visitors dur
ing the mouth , J. U. Moore. Mrs.
S. E. Baker , teajher.
There is probably no dis
ease more distressing nnd
annoying than piles. TAB-
LER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT
MENT is daily curing cases of
years , standing and itching and
bleeding piles. The cure begins on
the first application , a little per
severance makes the cure complete.
Price , 50 cents in bottles. Tubes ,
75 centa. Ed. MoComaa , Broken
Bow ; and Merna
J. B. Odboro and Rev. H. E
Myers have bought the grocery
stock of J. N. Peale They assumed
control of the store Tuesday of
last week. The new firm baa re
tained Alvin Burk , an old imploy-
er of the store and aa Mr. Oabourn
was brought up in a store of which
his father was proprietor there ia no
reason why thn business should not
prove a success from the start. The
Republican wishes the new firm
WANTED Several peraona of
character and good reputation in
each state ( one in this county re
quired ) to represent and advertise
old established wealthy business
uouao of solid financial standing.
Salary 18.00 weekly with expebooa
additional , all payable in cash 'each
Wednesday direct from head offices ,
florae and carriage furnished , when
neooaaary. Reference , Enclose
self-.addressed stamped envelope.
Dept. Manager , 314 Caxton Build
ing , Chicago. 11-28 8t
Miscellaneous Bookg at Ed
John Keunoytr IH ono . of thu
jurymen this term ,
J. O. Taylor of Berwyn is serv
ing on the jury tlm week'
Chas , B. IClump , of the weal
table wan a friendly oallur at this
Rev. S. W. Richards will preach
at Merna next Sunday night in the
J. H , MoGuiro of Arnold called
yesterday and loft his order for one
of the .MoKinley books.
The report ia that Prof. A. J.
Macy and Mian Millie Warringtou
weio marriad at Mason City last
Buy Xraas Dolls at the Guild
Fair on Dec. llth nnd 12tb. Cbil.
dren's Aprons at reasonable prices
on the Apron Table. 11-28-td.
Rev. D. A. Sohoplor will preach
in the Presbyterian church next
Sunday morning and evening at the
usual hours. All are ootdally in
WHITE'S CREAM VERMI-
FUGE removes the unhealthy tissue
upon whioh worms thrive ; it brings
and quiokty , a healthy condition of
body where worms cannot exist.
Price 25 oonta. Ed. MoComas
Broken Bow and Merna.
J. A. Hutobiuaon and B. H.
Woodruff are now porters for the
Grand Central. Mr. Hutch-
ineon is on duty in the afternoon
and to 1 a. m. and Mr. Woodruff
looks after the trains the remainder
of the 'time.
The stock dealer * of this oity
estimate that they have paid out in
the past two weeks for boga , alon-
$10,000 to the farmers of this vi <
oinity. This ia a large increase
over the business formerly done in
that line of the business. The bus !
ness has been nearly equally divid-
and between the thrflo farms dealing
in ritook ;
Those desiring cheap eating po
tatoes and at the same time , early
Ohio seedcan secure tbo same by
calling at our warehouse Lexington ,
Also have choice turnips whioh wo
offer while they last for 15o per
bushel. Yours Truly ,
niKitiurr PBODDOU Co.
11.21-41 Per Adams. ,
Corn Is King.
The corn trade the paat week has
assumed unusual proportionaou the
Broken Bow market.
The boom was started week
ago by L , P. Southworth of Ra-
yenna sending in buyers with the
claim that they wanted to buy two
ear loads. The local ttotlers realis
ing that the supply waa limited de-
oided that if they got two cars they
would have.to pay the farmers well
War was at onoe declared and
the price reached as high as 02 cts
a buiihel Friday , whioh was four
cents above the Chicago market.
The result his been that instead
of Soutnworth's men buying 2000
bnshela they have bought 10,000
bushels and each of the other deal-
ore about the same amount at prices
ranging from 55 to 02 centa.
Fortunately for a number of
farmers south and west of this
oily they raised from 20 to35 bush
els to the acre and a lar o surplus
to sell , by disposing of their hogx .
Some will realize the price of their
farms off of this yearn crop of corn.
It is estimated that fully $17(00
has been realized by the producers
for corn alone in the past week.
Applications for clergymen's
half-rate permits for 1002 should be
filed at the earliest possible date
with the local agent of the B. &
M. R. R. R. J. FBINOIS ,
General Passenger Agent.
The adjourded term of thq dis
triot oourt convened in the oity
Monday , Judge Sullivan on the
Thu case of Fred Chpol , which
was tried once , and thu jury disa
greed was , the first tried. The
charge waa attempted rape on the
person of Stella Babeook , last March
a year , Kirkpatriok and Holoomb
prosecuted , while Gutteraou and
I Wall defended ,
The Cash Grocery Go.
( Successors to/
Cask Grocery Co ,
The jury , after being out about 30
houra1)rougUt in a verdict of not
Tusesday morning Gee , Stevenn ,
of Miller who exchanged horses
with ThoB. Whipplo of Sargent
was brought in. Ho plead guilty to
the charge. The court suspended
Hontonoo , subject to good behaviour.
Mrs. Anna Enimeison was granted -
ted a divoroD from Edward M.
Emiuoreon of Coburg. Mfs , Emoa-
tiuo of Milldalo , rooontly from
Germany was granted a divorce.
A jury in the case of Horraoo Neve
va. Frank Barrett was empanelled.
This is a case in which the owner *
ahip of Bovon hogs waa the question
at issue. Tbo case had been tried
at Merna before a justice of the
peace and appealed to the district
court. The entire day was taken
up in hearing the evidence in the
OEHO. There were about thirty wit
nesses. The evidence was very
strong on either nido. But as an
uninterested spectator wo were con-
vinoed the hoge belonged to Bar *
ret. The jury took a different view
of the matter and decided four ol
them belonged to Nevo and three
of them to Bartloy. To farther olnp
the climax the jury assessed ono
cent damage in favor of Novo. The
cost will doubtless bo more tlmu all
the hogs arc worth. C. L. Gut-
teraon and J. B. Smith were Novel's
attorneys and N. T. Gadd appeared
Most of the day yesterday waa
taken up with a jury trial of Neils
Anderson against P. II. Marlay of
Mason City. As we go to press the
jury had not agreed. Humphrey
and Wall are attorneys for Marloy
and , John Tounge and Holoomb for
Rev. B. A. KusHoll , Sunday
school Missionary for the ntato wil
ptoaoh in the Baptist church next
Sunday morning and evening.
A cordial invitation is extended
to all , especially tl.oso iniatnnul in
Sunday School work.
Adyent Sunday , Doc , let. Morn to
ing Service and Holy Communion
at 11 a. m. Sermon on the Advent ' toE
Message. Sunday School a p in' ,
Christian Endeavor Conaooratioii E
Meeting at 7'80 p. m. Subject
' Wo arc Children of God. " All
A Village Ulockunlth His Llttls Son' * Life.
Mr. II. II. Ulnclt/ , the well-known y
vlllugo GrahauiBvUlAjlulllvan Co. , N. 10 In
Y" . , eays : "Our llfflR von , live yeari
old has always been Biiblect to croup
nud so bud luivo Uw attacks bpcu that
wo liuv foiirod many timwUlmtho would
die. U'o Imvo hud the doctor and need
many medicines , hut Ohnmherlaln'ft ISm !
Oou ( > h Uomedy is now our solo reliance. \m \
It BCUIIW to disolvu the touh | mucus d m ,
and by u/ivinit frequent dosca wl'on the ia
croupy Byuptorna appear we Imvo fohna iaui
that the dreaded croup is cured before
It sots Bottled , " There Is no danger in
giving this remedy for it contains no m
opium or other injurious drug and may udm
be uivtm na conildtmtHy to a batm IIH to
an nilnlt , For oalo By J. G. linnlierlo. m
W. D. Blackwell , . Bl
If You No d
FIRE I J
None but the Best Companies
All KlticlH HoturjrVorlc
School Orders Bought.
Houses to Runt.
And Collootlonn Promptly
Ofiice over N . Gleim'a Tailor
Shop , Broken Bow , Neb.
FOSTER & SMITH LUMBER CO. ,
Always have the best quality of
4 Lumber and other building materials
terials at the Lowest Prices.
'Phono No. 70
W. L. RULE , Manager. :
I Martial and
1 Corona Grande'
MANUFACTURE ® BY
, E , H. DALBEY
A Broken Bow , Nebraska.
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