Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, December 25, 1902, Image 8

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Take no other. neOIl ( } dn""l'ro. .b.tI.
t1ltlofUlnn.llmllnUo. . . . lluyor ) 'our Dru illlt . ,
. or , eend 41' . In Itnm 1 for l'nrlleuIR" ' , TCtlt
_ enl.la and. "lll'lIef n'r I.ndlc. . " In 1m" ,
by return lIIall. IUOOO'retlmonll\ls. told by
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OIUOnESTBR OnEMIOAL 00.
8100 lIIA..on Hqunrc , ) OIlILA. , p
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J. Preventatlvo or Cornstalk IJIsc ! lc.
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The following communication
to the Logan County Pioneer
may be of interest to our reaers :
' noticed article -
D ar'Sir--I your
cle on ' orn stalk diseas in your
vatuabt paper and , viti say I lost
three head , but I found out what
killed theU- ? and ) cured the rest of
mine. .r had twenty head more ,
coming down \\.ith it. 1 noticed I
my cattle were v ry rcst1c s , -
eleJ. around from corni1elcl back to
water ta k , drank ten or twelve
tim s a day. When I opened my
catUe I fonnd the stomach dry
aud 'hCt ' , it sh wed to me that
there' had been a great : deal of fe-
ver. . .Now my theory is ba { 'd on
these facts ; in the fall.of the year ,
for aboutsixweeka , we have very
short fe d ; t ien we turn our cattle -
tle 11 the c rn field , they gorge
themselv s , their stomachs ferment -
ment and SOllr , digest.ion stops ,
which causes the fever that kills
the , c3ttle. ; Nothing wi1l cure I
them after they. are once paralj'zed :
but there is' a preventative ; I use'
salt and soda , 'l'ake one and a I .
half pounds of solla to. one half
b1l9h r' of fine barrel' . salt , put
the sa.me in a box r'h 1f barret ,
,1 lacc the samc etwcen the'water I
111d w1 ; re tl\cy \ bed nights. My
reason r tl1is is , they will take
. a lick at the salt ever.y time they
pass by , it ; keep the salt and soda
we ! . ] . out ded up all the time , in
four' , ' of"fivc days a4d anothcr. half
pound 'of soda. , ' 1'1' e f ver has all
left my' cattle. With the exception -
tion of/f ur or five , days I 'have
had mi cattle in th stalksjright
, along. They are 'doing well up
to t4 Jpr s nt t e. Don't give
her salt. I kno\'I1
themk ny o . : \
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am' ngli.t. " . ,
, \io rs truly , .
C. 'C. BABCOCK'I'
1IIXDWINTRR. EXCU.1.810N TO
i . Fl.OIt.l0A. .
The nur1ih ton Routc again offcrs a
midwinter excursion to Florida , to lcave
Nebraska ponUs Tuesday , Janunr ) ' 6.
Through standard Pullman slecpers will
be run from Lincoln and OUlahatoJack-
sonville , Florida , doing away with thc
necessityof , an1 change of cars.
. " l'he route will be via St. Louis and
thence to Jacksonville , l1orida , closcly
follo\\ing the line of Shernan'e famous
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march to.the sea. The journey will be
pleasantry broken at Chattanooga , Ten.
, nessee , where a day will bc spent in visit.
ing I.ookout Mouutian and' othcr points
of'lUsoric interest. 'Those ' who desire to
.atop over in St. Louis can join the party
en route.
. The excursion will be personally con.
qucted b ) ' a representative of the Burling.
. .1 ton Route who i'J ' familiar w ln points of
< 1'1. _ _ Interest en routc' : lnd in Floriva , After
' 1j - 1 , 'ing'JtlCksollville/1IIembers of the .
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' " t ) wiUhav the Ch lce of a numbcr 0 far.
_ -.l = : : . ! ; ti 'e" , trips , nnd may return home
.if. ill Uleir lei urc. Au exceedingly low rate
" ' I ; has been made for this excursion , aud the
. ' , , , ' . . opport ity to escape the snow and ice ,
_ - - -10 > 0.- . . . . . . . . .
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thc wintry blasL'i nntl coal bills at homc is
n notabll enc ,
H you contemplatc going it would hc I ,
well (0 ndvi e I11C early. In the mattof /
accolll1norlations , YOll know , "il's first
comc , first servclI. "
nooklet giving > I"te itinamrr of the
nbove excursion c0IJ11 led frce to any nd.
dress on request. - . , . "
J. I rallcts , G .P , A. ,
BurlilJgt n Routc. '
:17.19 : ; Omaha.
PICKINGS FROM FICTION ,
De tltedeRt people In the world II dum
dat tal < ea de mOlJt ( lllse-"Son. "
The ollly Eate hlv < 'Stwents are educa.
tlon and health.-"Daulel Evcl'tou , "
The tlllug I dl not puy tor I 1'0unl ! '
most cxpeusl\'I-"The World' People. "
You may be : ourf. ' the f'l1 wIll hump
' tlon't.-"Tbom .
himself If 'ou - Dellgbt.
t.ul A.mericana , "
Thf1re Is no suell cfjrtuint ) . ot knowl.
edge on nil IJUbject.1 ! au ont' 1I0ills at
elgbteen and elgl1tr.-"Captnln Iuc1 , .
l1n. "
Thlrc ar glo t r ' 'Jrtuee tbun tlll'lrt.
It 10 bettel' to die lJcnullls8 tban to bllvo
been too mu h of U sU > Er.-'bl' Un.
speakable Scot : "
"I.At me. get over t01l : : dl1Uculd' 1:101110' :
bow , " says youth , "thut I may pluy tbu
game Qf IIf ( ' well. " And out. hall' Is
tUl'nlng grn ' before we learn that the
dlffic.ulty l j tbe gamt"Tbe Wny ot
Es'upe. ; "
Tbe n1gbti of the world no longer
Ilgbt in nrmOT. but in l'very street of
crery city tliel'e are stl\1 \ men "tlllUS
peur et san:3 : l'eproche , " who'uot fJDly
U\'e for love , but who ure ren y to ule
for lorc's sweet sake-"Tlw Loom ot
Lite. "
An EmlJel'Or'n Strun . . . FntlIJY.
Strange funcles huve talren hoh1 of
.some men regl.1rdltig the wanner In
whlcb tbelr bodtel were to be disposed
ot atter deuthaud the ceremonies to O
observed at their funerals.
'f great Emperor Charles V. bu
the curious Iden. at celehmtlng his own
tuner l. Sbortly before bls death ho
ct1used a tom to be mude In tile cbapel
of tb mouastery ot Estremadura , to
w111ch he had retired utter bls abdlca.
tlon , nnd on Its completion he was car-
rled to It as though dead. Placed In a
cofiln nnd nccompanled by a proces.
. slon , be wus borne along , wblle chants
wcre sung , prayers said antI tears sbed.
l'ter the solemn rarce was over he
was left nlonl. ! In the chupel , wilere he I
remained a short time before rIsIng
out of the collin.
Too Gool1 Dtblander. . I
Some years ago n vote was taken
among tilc men of a certain highland
regiment ( at that lIme not wearIng tbe
kUtI to find out how many would be In
favor ot wearing the hlghlnnd costume.
In due time the sergeant. major ap.
peared berore the commnndlng oillcer
wltb the result of the voting.
C. O.-Well , sergeunt major , how
many arc In ravor at the kilt ?
S. M-Two well , sir.
C. O.-Only two. Well , I'm glad
, there ure at leust two good hlghlund.
ers In the regiment. Whut nre their
names , sel'geunt major'/
S. M.-Prh'utes P trlek. O'Brien and
Mlehb.el Rooney , slr.-Scottlsb Ameri.
cnn.
tJ'nck : For 10 , R Du , . .
In Sun Fl'anclsco In 1849 clerl In
stores antl offices had munlllcent ssl.
arles. 11'h'0 dollars a , day wus the
8mallest stipend c\'en 111 the custom
house , and ono Buptlst preachel' was
paltl $10.000 a : rear. Laborers received.
$1 an hour. A. plclt or n sborel was
worth $10 and a butcher'a knife $30.
At olle thDe the curpenters , wbo wera
eel ting $12 u day , struck for $10 ,
. " .11 T\lltoli Provtded For.
Sam-pid ele pawson tell his flock dat
St. Peter would give dem each a hnhp ?
nemu No ; lie knew bettah. lie
tole dem dat St. Peter would give dem
ench a , bnnjo-Phllatlelpbla Record. .
'Vhat StnJ'tt'd : the Jar.
Wtfe-l wonder bow you can look
mo In the Cnce.
Husbaml-0h. a mun can get used to
nnythlng--Now York 'I'ltu s.
! t'R casler to etplaln your nelghbor'1I1
tallure tban your own , mIsdirected c !
, forts-Chlcngo News. .
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. ; IRasmul AnderaoD , J. C. .MO < 'r. ,
Ru..h. " " " " ' "
: Ru..h.ANDERSON & MOORE. .
, - arLIOdl for palo and ro \ aD I 'utler CODnty aTld adjoinIng counties. Eqtiltle1llnd mortel !
. bought lull sold Ab.Lrutl p'omutly aod nrath made.
uftlae-Mal" Sueot , IJOhhOU 4th aud IItD Avoulloe , [ lrokQu UGlY , CDllorcounty : , Nobrallta.
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t CLOSING _ OUT SALE ! #
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* H vlng bought the goods of the " tf
\ . . Carlos Second Hand Store , I will ' ! ! .
, GLOSE OUT THIS ST0CK !
at a Bargain. Those desir- .
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Ing to purchase anything In ! : '
* my line will find It to tHeir In'I ,
} terest to call at once as these 'I :
goods must be sold. _ \ ; 1-
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. lISa . 11 an d see goo d s and get pnces .f , . you. !
? I" want bargnns. 7f\
* } J8 , . Location-In Realty Block , South. Side ? *
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I A HEROIC TRIO. ' "
Tl'n"III , Grollctt nlltl 11011'le and ft
Nenleelell Arnerlt'fu1 EIII ! ! .
'fhe Intu l"rnnl < NOITls In all nrtlcle
111 WOl'ld'g Worl < In ' 1 ! thnt the Amerl.
call epic , which on the sh IVl'9 of pos ,
terlt ) . . should 11'1 "l' " , toml shoull10r to
shoulder with t he "HIm. ql < rlnJIn. " d1J\l
the " 'rnl R of thc NIIJCI unl'n" und tlle
" " will ' be wrIt.
"Soug of Uolntld , uu\'cr
tcn bucnuae the Hector oC un Iguore
"lIIud" has been forgotten. "One ot the
fOfr''omentfi of uu $ ! pi-u true epic-hi :
Ula - Hutton l ust devol\'l ! upon SOUle I
, ; re L ltlollul e\'cnt. Tlwl'l' wall no :
luelt.01 . .ucll III tbolle el'ct ! 'eal' nfter i
for j"lIlnu. Just tlJnt long Hlld terrlblu I
JoUrtll.'Y f1'lJW the I1RdBIIIIJ1 t the I
oceau III an epic In Itself. Yet DO serl.
OUII nttumpt hils eveI' eell tnl\dl' b ) ' uu
AnJlH'lCll1J author t/J rcuelrr into lH'OW !
ur'erll ? till ! ! evcnt lu our hlstor ) all
'national' In scope , In origin und In
result nu thHevoluUon ltsoU' . Th\ :
pr lrlo scholner Is all lur \ : II I1guI'I' 111
tbe logen s fiS thu blnck ahlll thut bore
Ul'ssl's homeward frow 'fray. Tbl :
aeu ; UlO/111t as much to tbe Argonuutll of
the ttien LIS It illd to tlJl : ten thousand.
" , Alld the AlaUlol 'I'hf.1'e III LI trumpet
ca\1 \ In tlll' word , and only the look of
It on the printed page Is it ash ot fire ,
but thor ' histories slight the deed.
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and to UltUlY un American boru under
:
the lJalUe flllg thnt tbu lexlcun rlfil'
shot to 1'1b 011S an thut splendid day
the were Is wellnlnglcsB. Yet 'I'her ,
rnopyltl : Wfitl lells glorlaus , uud III com.
parlon with tlJnt siege the Investment I
of 'rt.oy wns mere wallton tiot. At tl1 I
ver ' least the 'I'c.ans In that battered
adoue church tought tOl' the honor of
theIr flag an the greater glory 01' their
country , not for loot 1.11' tile possession
of tbe perEou of un udultel'esB. Young
well are taucl1t to constder the "IUad , "
with Its butcberlel , Its glorlficution of
luol'dinatc elflshness and vanity , .as a
claeslc. Achll\cs-mm'deror \ , egotist , rut.
lian and lIur-Is.a hero. But the name
at BowIe , tbe name 01' tbe man who
ga"o his Ute to his Ilag at tbe Ala.
I
mo , Is perpetuatcd enl ) ' In the des.
ignatlon of n kulfe. Crockett Is the
hero only of a 'tunny story' about a sa-
gnclous coon , while Travis. the boy
commander who did what Gordon wIth
I
nn empire uaclt of him failed to do , Is
quietly and deflnltely Ignored. He dIed
1n defense of an Ideal. an epic hero , U
lt gen nry figure , formidable , sad. . He
died faeJng down Injustice , dlshoncsty
and crime ; died 'In his boots. ' and the
same world thut bas glorHled Acb1lles
and frgotten Travis finds none so
to do hIm reverence. "
Xledle. . Alarm.
Dangerous things look IUlfe , and ante
thIngs look dangeroul. The trouble Is
a1111l tile beholder'D eye , ns tbe common
etprcsslon 111. An Englishman . waD on
a \'o'age to SpaIn. I
Ships were flying by of varyIng
shupe , rig tUI color. One , the English.
mun noticed , wqs enrlng slowly down
toward him , wltb bel' cnt'go pll d on
deck' hult way up the mllsts. What
could she he ? How could sbe hope ,
ladeu In this wa ) : , 'to live ont the taint.
est susplclou ot a gule'/
The J lIgllsh tra'eler wall consider.
ably oxerctsed about her. Something
surely ought to be doue to make sucb
rascally "deck loading" megal und 1m.
possible. [ Je scauned the vessel with
his glass. Tbe breeze was lIgbt. but
she rode uoyantly. At lust 11 saUor
cleared up the lUystery.
"Why , Rlr , " be imld bluntly , "she's
only a couster londed with cOl'k. "
Adnultu&c of .o\lh'eJ'tblng. :
"W1ll 'ou , allow me ta ask you n
questloll1" Interrupted a man In the
nudlence.
"Certainly , ! Ill' , " said t 1C spellbinder.
. "You hnvo been gIving UII a lot of
'figures about Immigration , fncrease In
wealth und nil that , " said the Ulan.
"r40t's see what you kllow about' fig.
ures ) 'oursolt. How do you find the
greatest common illvlsor1"
Slowl ) ' und deliberately th 01".1 tor
tool. n drlnl. 01' wuter.
Thell he poillted his finger at tbe
uostlonel , ' , lightning ! lashed from his
eyes , au he replied In a votce that
ma e the gas jets quh'er :
"Advertise tor It. , you Ignurawuul"-
Ohlcugo Tribuno.
lie Cauht 111m.
lIck ( to B1ossom-Is ) thlH Mr. Bloom.
I
er's ollico'/
Blossom-No. IIls oWce Is ucross the
hall ,
o Slick ( lea \'Ing the door open as be
wnlks out-'fhank ' sit' .
) - , ) 'ou ,
B1ossom"HtI Cowo uack und close
that door. Hnven't you an , ) ' deere in
I your house' ,
Slick-Yes , tllr , but they all hnve
liprlngs on 'em. Allow me to tlbow you.
I5lr , my pnUnt double buck Ilctlon door
. .prIng. It closes wltbout a bang aud
Is llrr nted to last a lifetime.
Profo..or 'Va _ NoUng ThlnK _ ,
"Wnsn't It u .territylng experience , "
uked bls friend , " \Vh n you loot your
foothold and went slidIng down thE
mountain slde1"
"It was excIting , but extremely in ,
teresting , " saId tbe college professor ,
"I could not b.lp . ! noticIng all tbo wa31
own with wlmt absolute accuracy ]
was tollowln ( : along the line of lea. 1
resIRtance.-Chlcngo 'I'rlbuno.
: 'in Detter OS ! .
"Poor Roblnsonl Ue couleln't make tJ
living and married a womnn wm
money : .
" ut'lsn't he all right now ? "
"Utu'dly. She'la so close with It tbn1
he has to work harder than cver.-
L'lfe : . . "
Dut The , . Delp Not . Little ,
"Ot course , clotbcs don't make th
mnn. " I
" .ertalnly not. "
"At' tJlI . . . , ! ! ame tlmt' , 11' you have I
new suit y u'd better put It on whet
you go out tofaJiik"for 'crcd1t.-Cb'lc i
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- WHAT IS A "COLD ? "
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'rb ' , , "urel Tlu't COT l'II n Inltltnde
of 111. ExpoUllilell.
Pl'oftlSSOr I.ohnb(1rg , In the Vienna
Cllnlclll H(1vicall UII essay 011 cold
lu the bend , sa : Ji. that the "ordlunr ) '
cold Is no IJIlffl'111lll.I l'omplalnt , but
enl , ) ' 11 c.9.lIectl\'e 1Iumfll' \ U lal'/fa / l1um.
l.lCr or 1111rCl'Cllt cuwplaluts. "
lIe < 'Ont1l1u II , "Tlll' utte1Ur1t tu dls.
cover u ulllersnl nuHdy figlllnllt u
( : old III Just as auu. ! : . , ) us to lel1rch Cor
n generullr eillcat'loul remedy 1'0r
headache. " The put tlcular complaint
or which the coll1 Iji the 'mptoUJ
can only be us < .ocrtalned by "careful ex.
n.tnlnntlol1 of the uosal cavities antI
neighboring parts. " Ilenc sulIorerd
sbould be circumspect In the use ot
remedlell.
Tile prof ssor says only tuat whlch : hI
true , but or whIch tlw mtlss of man.
kind Is Ignorant. ColI.l.3 are at Innu.
mera1Jh. ! varieties , lJut the mCJst com.
mon oue I that which Is persistently
misunderstood. It Is attributed to Bny.
thing but tht : rlJht cause , whlcb (8 ( 1\
mlct'obe.
All Ita tlywlltoms lire tboHe or Il bl h'
Iy Illfectiautl fc\'er , and tbe pUblic lu.
stead uf blaming the microbe or Inf ( ) ( ! .
tlon nnd striving to kill It will persist
lu denouncing drafts. Wlt rEcoet. low
tetnperaturf. . dc.
They exclude ulr. tbe ! ! uewy ot tbe
mlcrob\ ! , trout theJr rooms ; they supply
a temperature ill whlcb It Cfin multiply ,
and , hll ving become thoroughly Inocu.
Inted by breatblng the germ laden at.
mosphere , tbey find that a cold current
of air causes tbew to shJver. Tbe IIbl\ ' .
erlng ot tbe ordluul'Y alln decides the
question ot causntlon.
It Is slgn1flcant at every rever thut
1tbeghtH - with IIbh'erlns , and a cold
Is no exceptlou.
Cold. wet feet , drafts. etc. , are ut
most enl ' accesHorletJ. y putting u
grenter rtrulon the animal ecouomy
they decreuse Ita realstauce to micro.
blnl infection.
TH E KADIAK BEAR ,
I
Db 'Vlnter ! lablt. 1\Iuch Like Thee
ot Deara the " 'orld OveJ : ' .
Tbe Kadlnk bear finds no trouble
getting all the teed he wants during
the berry season und during the run of
the various Itlnds ot salmon , wbtch
wsta from June until October. At this
period h fnttens up , nnd upon this tat
be Uves through his long winter leep ,
When he wakes In the sprJl1g , tic Is
very weak and hardly n le tOI'move , so
hili ftrst nlm Is to recover tbe ' , use of
biD , legs. This be does by aklng ahort
walks when the weather Is . easnnt ,
returnlllg o bls den every nlgh This
light exercise lasts tor 11 week or : 50 ,
wbon be sets out to seek upon 'the
. .
I beach kelp , wblch nets as Il purge. It , .
no , , lyes ! upon roots , prIncipally of the
! Salmon berry bueh. aud la.tjr nIbbles
the young grnss. 'rhese cnrry blm
aloug untt1 the sulmon arrl\'e , when he
becomes exclusively 1fish eater until
the berrIes urc ripe. 1 have been told
by the natives thnt just before be goes
Linto his den he cats berrleR only , nud
hIs stOpluclJ Is now 80 IiIled with fat
thnt be relllly catH but little.
, The time when the lJears go ! lIto will
tcr quarters depends upon the IIc\'crlty
; ot the senson , . Gcn(1I'all ' 8peal lng. It
18 In early No\'eml.wr. ebOl'tI ' after tl.t'
cold' weather has set In. IoSl henrs
, sleep unllltetruJtedl : : ( " until RprlnJ. ; ' . hnt
, occasionally. tboy al'II found wumlerlllg
: nbout In mldwlQter. { . natives seeul-
; cd to tbluk that Dnb' thos henrs whleb
' , have fouull ullcomfol'tablo Iluartur Ul'l'
, resHess am ! thut the ' loa \0 their dens
, nt this UWt : of the ) 'cl1r np.1 ' for the
( purpose ( If IhHlInl , ; hatter onos.-F'ro1U
( "Big Gum or Western AlaII ! ! , " by
H. Khhl.er , III Oulln ! : .
( . IQJUllerutml. ;
'l'hrceyclll'.ohJ Juck l1ull pulled n
, lurgbUl1ch \ of tlllsturtlums In Wa
KI'n.udmotblr' ! ) 'lIrd , though strictly tor.
btd eu to touch the flowers , A. court
martial'VIIS held , with gra dmlt as
, Judge ndyocnte ,
: " 'Jack , " alie said , "wl1o ( Julled grand.
ma'a flowers 1"
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With U sl1l1 countenance the bl'uutlful
little fl'lIow replied , "Kathleen" ( his
, elder sIster ) .
Theu thl ! gl'undfllthcl' , a ratber stern
lold gentlel1llln and a great sUckler for
J.trutb , 6POI ! up.
; "Jack. , be It man and till , ) ' , 'I did It ! ' "
, With II beaming expression ot relict
.Jack crl d out , "Oh , yes ; grnndpa did
'ltl"-J ' udge.
'I'he :1(0)111 : "W. , . "
rrbero bus been u tendency of late
, ) 'enrs on the part of ro 'al persolluges
, to dlscotltluuu the Lisu ot we and sub ,
stitute 1. BoCoro the reign ot Rlcbard
I. "I" ( Ego ) " 'as alwa ' 8 used , Rlchn I
beIng the first s verelgn In Europe to
use the rO ' 1\1 "wo" ( Nos ) . What ga.ve
rlso to the change Is a moot potnt.
Rlcbard I. wUs the first kIng to seal
, with u sel\l of nrws whtch bore two
lions , nnd It hat ! been suggested that
the 1I0l1s weL'1. ! t'plcal ot' tbe royal "we"
and occaslonod Its use.-London Cbron :
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CneaUoJltd 'rOU Clu.ul ) ' ,
'ress-Yon Ulltl ls Sere dou't st ! I1J
to be good trlendt. ! . Whl1t's : the mat.
ter ?
, Je&s-Wh ' , sbe rewurkl.'ti tlJut SbE
. 'W118 twentr.four 'oars old. and-
tress-\.nd ) 'Ou doubted It ?
Jessot I1t all. 1 merely saId , "OJ
course. but when ? " - " PhlladQlphln
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111. Simple Pl. . . .
"And you slly he got dch selling mea
tickets ten for 11 dollnr ? Bow was Iud
at thing possible ? "
"Oh'ery sImple. ollOdy ever wenl
back after tbe secon menl. " - Balti
wore Amerlcun ,
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tiIUnrc : , For ' ! .J da7 Gaods ,
Knit goods a specitt.1ty.
htfants knit bootees and jackets ,
Infants stockcncttc caps.
Infants siltc knit hoods.
Chitdrens' hoods.
Ladies' knit skirts. ,
Ladies Facinators.
Ladies Golf skirts and shirt waists
Ladics underskirts and wrappers ,
Lndies Dress T1' mmings.
Ladies novelties.
Millinerl' and dress-making-a
perfect 11t guaranteed.
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Thla slgnlturo Is on every box of tbo genulno
Laxative BromoaQuininc TalJlet ! !
the remedy that .eUrcll 0 ODJl 'D one day
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receiving the entire telegraphic
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MIKE SCANLON ,
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Rp.tanrant& Lunch Countcr. LRrRo as.ortmont
Jf Conff'tQt\oDsrlcs ' \ , Clgln end Tobacco. , Nortb
, Ido ot Public SQuare , rokon Ow , Nebraska.
DRS. R. U. & W. E. TALBOl' ,
PHYSIGIANS @ SURGEONS.
011108 over naoberle'a Drug Store.
rokCln Dow , . . N 'hrA.h.
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Q. . .fl. CONRAD , .
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pnmp lnd Mille , Tanll , Flttlnge , asolllle
EnglnclI , . , . , . i . tc.
on BO\V , Ncbruka ,
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CAMERA9\ SUPPLIES ,
FtC < ! In trucUon.l1 w to take and develope t
picture with oorT camor. 801d.
Ftnlebln\ \ : done tor Nn&\urea . . . ,
Latest Styles 'ip'Photographs. .
BANGS STUDIO.
E8talJl ! hel1ln 1691.
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and In lint-claps order. "Roll Sbop un tb ,
ornor woet 01 the bale bouee. ,
GIVJ : UK A TIUA. . . . '
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1Jrokon now , . . . . Nebr.lta ,
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GtAnUo , Forel.n . : and mulc&n Marblea ,
Ornament ? ! Work a Specialty. Y
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J. SNYDElt ,
J"J.
m 1f ANDNOTAHY
= ; UI'fl1 DIll
J nrilll"J ( 11' PUBLIC ,
, Ieo Jn tlco at the P8IIco. SpeciAl nlteuton ! alten
to COllCClioD8 Ic o lIlonR taktn , pen lon vODCh.
)111 neatly execnted and all kind. of legal papere
wrltton. Office In the rear of MUIl : of Commerce.
( hoken Buw. Nobroska.
FRANSE MOORR ,
'Hi n 1t1.I1. . . . . _
Two blocka nortb of Orand Oentrpl lIotel. Pat-
ronnlto lollclle.Priccil \ rca ou blu. '
CAM HON & HEltSE , "
tlnQPl)03S i ' 8 tI c l1 FS
A'r LAW. ' .
fooms tI aDd II. Realty Dlock , . nroten : DOIV , Neb.
W A. THOMPSON ,
. CO TR UTOn & BUiLDBR.
I iV'"Plntll1 and ostlmatcs on bertnolleo ,
Droken Dow , Nebra ka. ,
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DR 'I' . L , FARN8WOHrH ,
DENTIST , .t
Omce Over twan' ! Orocery.
H ILL SIDE HERFQRDS'j , ,
and Duroe Jersey Hogs bred aDilsold. C8t lood.
oftbelr clsss. Address , G , B. O.\.DWEr.r. ,
Broken Dow , Nebraska.
DR. C. 1..1. .MULLENS ,
Physician SurgeOH.
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2nd Stairway from WMt end Ie Realty Dlock ;
resldencc , 3rd Wtllt M , E. cburch , on same sille
at stroet. Droken Dow , Nebraska
CLINTON DAYt
Physician & SUl"geon :
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donco 6th houlo west of the DalJUlt church.
Broken Bow. Nebraakn , ,
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CITY MILL ,
E. F. MCCLua. , lrop.
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Uye Flour , 1Jnckwheat , Grahlt.m , F'eec1. etc. . I
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CITY BARBER SHOP , I : , : ;
B. O. BUTTON. Proprietor , ' _ - ,
FIet-cIAu work. Roar Room or Dtoken Bow
State Banlr , Broken Bow , Nebrulta.
WILLIS CADWEIJL
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and the \ < lebraska Farmer one year for $1.2 . The RIU' IlCAN is
the official 1I.llper of Custer county , and is the 'oldcst paper in the
conn.ty ; and i an upto.date newspaper. It was fouuded in'1881. It
, , -n-1. TI'i\1ue .the future as in the past to faithfully chronicle anll
report all 'tnt. and neighborliood news , as well us to furnish
weekly a budget of general news , entertaininf : misccllaneous reading .
and keen editorial comment on matters of current intertst. ! It is in.
dispensable in the up.with.the.timcs home.
THE NEBRASKA FARMER
is the leading general famt and live stock paper of the west. It was
tounded in 1869 Ilnd has outclassed the dozens of rivals which , slnce
that timc , have been started in this territory , all others having ied
or been consolidated with the Nebraska ll1rmer. except the latcst
brood , hatched since 1900 ; which are merely political papcrs masque.
rading under deceptive a ricultural titles. 1Iebraska Fanner is ex.
clusively agricultural , pohtical mutter and cverything whieh llh'crt
attention from agricultural industry amI home making are cxchlllell
from its columns. The editors and owners of Nebraska I anner , each
and evcry one , are practical fanners , owing land Ilud fanning or
ranching in the west. It is a famters' papcr { lublished by fanners-
men who plow and plant as well as pen thetr thoughts ; Iud report
their experiences to help other planters.
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is published by mel1 who have all thl.ir lives IJl.'Cn doiug the things
UIC ) ' teach : no otlll r furm paper is so closely in touch with the farm
life of the west ; no olher farm paper can be so ltelpfulto tht' fl1mlt r9
of the wellt , its 24 to 32 large pages , weekl ) ' , teeming with practical
information and advice which will help to make the farnl pur and the
home pleasant. Nebraska Parmer is contributed to by all the ] ealling
thinkers and workers in agricultural industry. It gives aU the news
about agriculture and live stock uffairs , The RIU'UUIICAN has succeeded -
ceeded in getting 11 special subscription price from the publishcrs of
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almost square in two to accommodate us. Hence it is we'can offer. the'
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