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8 THE HEPUBLlGAiN , GUSTKU COUNTY , NEBRASKA.
Schedule of Broken Bow Mulls ,
roccuu * TOK tin : nASTitusu A * POILO'AV
Trald No ' 0 0 a m
Train No 4J " " a m
Tialii No 44 iu p in
roUCIIBB Hf1R THK WlilT CI'HK A * POttoWS'
Tram NoM ! "m > a nt
Train No 41 ' : . * > l > "i
Ofltcc oprtt Sunday fli'illl''VI to I OH a. in
week ( l.i ) * 0.10.1 111 In f Mf " >
Ordinary | > lllscalhattts ! : i nl purgatives
cause griping , nausea , anil illstrcsslnj ; and
injurious after-effects that are frequently
lifelastinjYou may have your money
back f < ir the mere nsMni ; if Kexall Order
lies do not overcomeroimlip.illnn anil fully'
restore the Intestines to leRiilar activity
anil good health. They arc eaten like
candy , and can be taken day or night.
They positively do not cause tunica , grip-
IIIR or any discomfort whatever. Two
\izes , loc. and 250.
Tor Sale By CI ) MCCOAIAS
NtVI'ICIJ TO I'llKDITOIlH.
In the County Court of CiiHler ( 'utility. Nr
N fit Ire to creditors :
In tlie matter of HIP estate of Joseph Hab
rock , deceased.
Tlic Siatu of Nebraska , to creditors of Hitlil
Take Notice , that I will sit In tin- County
Ctiurl Itootn , In Itrokeii li iv , In said Uotintv ,
on tliu 1st day of .Inly , liui. al 111 o'tloek .1.
in. , to receive and examine all claims Hied
anil presented against said estate , wllli a
\le\v to their adjustment ami allowance ,
The time limit lor tlir presentation ol
. lalms agalnsl s.ilil estate Is Mix months
Hum theliClli d.iy of May. Iwi'.i , and the time
limited for the payment of debts Is one yeat
I nun said date.
Dated May 2ilh. ) 1WJH.
M27.IW A H utiMiMlitcr ,
County , lude. |
had a linisli with tlic enemy
but we do have
all kinds of brushes
from a camel hair artist's
brush i.o a set of military
brushes. Call a id
'i sec them
J. G. HAEBERLE
BROKEN nOW , NEBRASKA
l.niul for Sale.
1 ( 0 acres of laud located ten
miles north of the city for sale
on reasonable terms. Inquire ol
\V. D. Grant. M27-tf
WHERE AUBURN LOCKS ABOUND.
Found In Great Numbers In North
eastern Part of Scotland.
Rod hnlr Is found In. dintlnct cxcoss
north of the Grampians , and uspooltilly
in the northeast of Scotland. A acl-
ontlat who lias made the question of
pigmentation n special study , and has
just boon helped to conclude a color
survey of Ilio school children over
00,000 of Scotland , announced this
as one of his results.
In most European countries , ho snld ,
theio is a distinct predominance of
ono typo over the others. In north
Germany and Sweden It is the blonde
type ; in Italy the brunette. No such
predominance la found in Scotland.
Dark hair and fair are present in
equal proportions. The dominant col
or among Scottish children Is brown ,
and 11 lias to be shown how far brown
is really a blend of fair and dark.
The proportion of red liulr through
out the country Is a little over 5 per
cent. high compared with the con
tinent Ono cannot overlook the ref
erence of Tacitus to the red haired
Caledonians. Some curious facia
brought to light suggest that red hair
is not entirely or strictly a racial
trait. It may have BOIIIO peculiar
physiological if not pathological con
USED HIS STORED KNOWLEDGE.
When High School Learning Came In
Handy to Business Man.
"I used for the llrst time to-day
something I learned 15 years ago , said
' a writer In tlvo Milwaukee Sentinel.
"It was the application of a principle
[ J ( In geometry in relation to the Inscrib
ing of a hexagon In a circle , which I
learned when at the high school. I had
an order placed for some taborots
( that is flower stands ) given mo and
the party that gave mo the order
wants the tops 1C Inches across. Well ,
that was easy enough to fill , but bo-
aide that the skies wore to bo hexa
gonal , so I had to sit down and figure
out how much Ilve-elghths-lnch wood
would have to bo leveled off to have
the parts lit exactly. Hero Is where
1 used my geometry.
"Daniel Webster is quoted as saying
that he once used a fact which had
lain dormant for 14 years , so I have
him beaten by a year.
"You often hear people say 'What Is
the use of learning this ? ' seeing no use
for It at the time , but things which
at the tlmo seem most impracticable
are often later of use. That Is ono ol
the complaints in our public schools ,
but as In my case it may tiomo day
prove of use. "
VI/IK r. 10 c HI i > n < > Tii
111 tlirConiilv Court of Cu i < r C-i n-'v Nc
to i r''iliot
111 tillIII i til r of tinft.lte of I I lot IN V *
Tnr Mill * of Neliroski , t < i f Trillion < > (
Take Noti.r tint I will t'.t In tnr Coilnf ,
Court Ho. . iii ) IB liiiikrn ll in ntil < unt\ .
i. n tl , < ! i'.i u.ty i > f .Inn * Htn 'M.'i tini'l'i
il IV ( il N'lN.'lIlUrr. lt W ill ID < r .i I : .I In l < i
iiielveaml ( tallllne all ( Uino lil < iml
iJieHeiiteil npalnht imlil estate , with a vlr *
m their ailjuatmont nnil allowance.
The time limit for trie prcBfiilntlon ol
( lalms ag.ilnst nald estate In six months
from tin1 17ih ilay of May , IPTO , and tinHim -
llmltrd for the paytllrlllof dH ts Hone jiat
from s.ilil il.i'.u.
D.ited May mil. IUJ9.
M ! ! ( ) J-HI A. tl llrMI'llliiiv ,
, County .Iiiilp- .
In HIP County Court , ol Uunti-r County , Nr
Notice of prubali * f will.
In the matter of tliu entail * of , Irns M. Chi Is
TlieHUU'or Mi'liraslia. to the hi'lrn , dr
I'lsccH anjl all parties Interested In .ild
Take Notlru. That a pclltlun lu been Hied
In the County Court of cnsler Comity , Ne
hr.iHk.i , by ClirlNtlan ClirlKtensrn , ol llrokrn
How , Nebraska , for tlie imliale of an Inttru
nienl purporlliiH to lie Hie last will and ts
t , Mill-lit of .lens M , ClirltttetlNen , dei eased ,
and for tlie npimlttliiicnt of Andreette Chris
teiiNi-ii , cxciutrlx thereof , ttlnili 1ms been
set for lie.uliiK before said eonrl. on the I till
day of June. lt * > , at 10 o'i IOLJ a. in , .it which
time all concerned may appear and enter
objections therein anil contest the probate
of wald will.
( liven under my hand and the M-al of the
Coiiniy Court of Duster Ootnily , Nebraska ,
this iith ; day of May , 1W.1.
( Seal ) A. 11. Iloui'intur ,
M20J.n County .Indue.
Ncrncn OK PJNAI. it n POUT.
Ustate of .lolin YomiKdale , deceased. In
Couniy Court ol Ouster ( family , Nebraska.
The Slate of Nebraska , to all per ons In
terested In said odtate , take notice , tli.il
Ilenrv Kelley lias Hied a llnal account and
report of IIH ! adinlnlslratloii , and a petition
lor Dual settlement , distribution and dis
charge as such , wjilch have been Hot for
heating before said Courl on June ITtli.
IWJ , al 10 o'clock a in. , when you may ap
pear and contest lite same.
D.ited May tilth , IW'.t. '
( Heal ) A. It. llUJipminv ,
MIL'OJIt ) It
NOTICI2 OP AOMIN'ISTUATOH'.S SAf.U.
In the matter of the estate of William
Thomson , ileieased.
Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance
of an order of llriino 0. Hosteller. Jndfje of
tlie district court ol Custer County , Nebras
ka , made on Hie S3 nil day ol May , IWW , fet
Hie sale of tlie teal estate hereinafter de
scribed , there u 111 be sold at the main en
trance door of the Co'.rt House In llroken
How , In Cnsler counly. Nebraska , on the
J.'lh day ol June , HUB , at one o'clock p. m , ,
at public venilue to the highest bidder for
. asli tliu following described real estate to-
wit ; The southwest iiuarter of the not th-
e.ist quarter ami lot l\\o In section one In
Township fourteen noilh of Itange tvvent )
ono west of Hie ( till 1 * . M. In faster County-
Nebraska. Said sale will remain open one
Dated this 5th day of May , IPO. ) .
MJ7 J1U T. T. Hlii.l. ,
Admlnlslralor of Hie estate of
\Villlain Thompson , Uei eased.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue ot an
order of sale entered by Hie UlsliUt Court
of Custer County , Nebraska , on May J. ) , 19 ' ) ,
at a session of the dlstrlit court ot xild :
i iiuitv then hidden. In an action for parti
lion 1'ion pending therein , wherein .lames
hedwltk was plalnlltf and Lester C.ul
Illair , Adah Uva lllalr , el al , were defendants -
ants , 1 will sell at public sale Die lolloulni ;
de.'crlbed tract of land to-\\lt : l.ols t\\cnty
tin ee and twenty-lotir (21 and 21) ) of block
two ( i ) of A.V. . dandy's addition to the
town , now city of Ilioken How , Nebraska
together wllli the Mnall Iraine ilwelllnu
bouse situated thereon , on the Oth day ot
.Inh. HW9. at 9 o'-'oet In th'i atternoon ol
> ald day al Hie easi tionl door of ihe'couit
house allttoken How , Cottier rumily , Nebi.is
ka , to the highest bidder for cash.
HUM IN I'1. ' MVIIIIH.
C. It , QurrKitsox ,
Atlorney for iilamilft.
.1 3 to J i
In the Counly Courl of Ouster County , Ne.
Nollci ; of Probate of will
In the matter of the estate of Sheldon 0
The stale of Nebrabka. to the heirs , de
visees and all parlies Intero.ied In said
Take Notice , That a petition has been tiled
In the Counly Courl of Custer County. Ne
braska , bv Arnott l.owe , of Ciuier County ,
Nebraska , lor the probate ol an lusti uincni
purporilnc to bo a memorandum of a nun-
capalUe lasl will and testanunt ot bheldon
C. Cadwell , deceased , and for the appoint
nienl of Arnotl l.owo , eseculor ihereot ,
which has been bel for hearing before s.\ld
conn , on the suih ilay of Jane lW.i at iu
o'clock n m. , at which tlmo all concerned
may appear and enter objections thereto
and contesl the probate of said will.
Cilven under my hand and the soul of the
county Courl of Caster County , Nebraska ,
this Uril day of June , ITOO.
A. it. HuMiMiunv ,
NOTIC12 KOU PUI1MCATION.
Department of the Interior. U. s. Land
onire at llroken llow , Nebraska , April
S3. nx .
Notice Is hereby given thai J.unei Dare ,
of nates. Nebraska , who , on September
18 , IIKJO , made Homestead Kntry uws serial ,
No. Olli > 8 forsc > ( MV > ( hW > 4 seij. Section to.
T 1UN. USOW.Oth principal meridian , has
Died notice of liuenllon lo make llnal ihe
year proof lo establish claim to tlie laud
above described , before Registrar and Ho-
celver at llroken llow , Nebr. , on the Ith day
of June. 1'W.
Clalmanl names as witnesses : llenjamln
O. Kellogg and Oliver M. Swlgk , of dates-
Nebr. ; Prank Doty ana Stephen Maple , of
JOHN luusu , iteglstrar.
Parade jit Hie MoriMi ; * and Program al
lliiirdi in Hie Aflcrntiiiii
DC' r itiofi D.IV in I Dior of tlic
Did s. id.i r < was i t.s-rve 1 In tint ,
city Monday. 'I lie Uiuin. : , 1
houses closed were appropriately
decorated with Hags and bunting-
and they closed during the par
ade in the morning and the pro-
grain in the afternoon.
'I he parade started from the
public square at 10:30 : and inarch
ed to tliu cemetery led by the
veterans of the civil war. They
encircled the niomuusnt to the
dead soldiers at the cemetery and
Chaplain Vannice olTcrcd pray
er. Flowcis were deposited at
the base of the monument after
which the children put flowers
on the graves of c ich of the
The program in the afternoon
was given al the Christian
church. lion. J. B. Dunn , of
Callaway , delivered a very able
address in memory of the dead
soldiers. The following' was the
complete program :
Ssleetion . . , , , Orchestra
Siikr ) , A more \ Amliet ee
Invocation t. . Huv. Norwood
Mncohi'a Gettysburg Spfieoli
MiSdfd UK ! !
Song , Bron/,9 Button . . MrH Hiiulvt-y
HwcitrtUon , Hnttlo Lookout Motiu-
t in Miss I nun OrKhniii
Spociul Number Choir
Oriition Hon. J. 13. Dunn
Recitation Miss Clara Dodds
Bdiitd'utbn. .Rev. 11. II. Thompson
MEETS IN KEARNEY
The state Sunday school con'
vention meets in Kearney on
June 15 , } ( > and 17. Dr. Frank
lin McKlfrcs'ii , of Chicago , su
perintendent of Teacher Train
ing in the international Sunday
school association , and a fine
platform man , wll tell of 'the
trained teacher and what he can
do in the school. His address on
"The Country Ftinday School , "
Dr. Clark , of Ohio , says , is the
greatest address ever heard in
Ohio and they have had some
great speakers in Ohio. Hcv.
l\ II. Welshimer , of Cantow ,
Ohio , who has done such mar
velous work in his own church
through his Sunday school , will
represent the Pastor's Depart
ment and every pastor in Nebras
ka ought to hear him tell of the
wonderful advances of Chris
tianity in Canton. Chas. For-
dyce , Dean of the State Univer
sity Teachers' college , will give
an address on "How to Manage
the Boy. " Mr. l < \ 1C. Hathaway ,
of Chicago , w ill lead us in our
sonjjs. lie is a skilled leader.
Therc will be reports and ad-
drcsscss and conferences on all
phases of our work. Bring your
50 Hoys Wanted I'or Corn Contest.
The Custer County Agricultu
ral Society will giyc $100 as
special premiums to young men
between the ages of fourteen and
twenty for the best 30 ears of
corn , any variety and breed ,
grown in the county in 1'JO'J.
Said corn to be cultivated and
grown by the entrymen , and been
on exhibition at the County Fair
the same as other entries.
Premiums as follows : I'or the
1st prixe , $30 ; 2nd , $25 ; 3rd , $20 ;
th , $15 ; 5th , $10.
All entries to be made by July
1st , and must give number of
acres being- grown , must describe
what part of the section , town
J3ntries will be made with J.
M. Fodge at his office in Broken
Bow. By order of committee ,
J. M. FOIXJK ,
C. II. MII.I.KK.
Kcv. James Dorrts , of Klsie ,
Michigan , arrived in the city
Wednesday for a visit with his
brother , S. M. Derris ,
F. M. Ktiblee went to Omaha
on lusitiiss Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Powell mov
ed into the 11 ill man house last
I , . C. Crcm , 'iud family loft Ibis
owning for a * 'iurt ' vij.it with
relatives at Lovun .
Another undertaker arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Kimball last week.
Miss I/ela Ilolcomb left Wed
nesday evening for Kipx.villc ,
Mrs. M. 'I' . Cannon left Thurs
day morning- for Oberlin , Kan
sas , to visit a month with her
F. A. Pocry , formerly of Au-
selmo , has purchased land and
located permanently al Hanford ,
Landlord J. lt. Downs , of the
Burlington hotel , is visiting- this
week at his home in Fullerton ,
An eight pound girl was born
Wednesday , to Mr. and Mrs.
John "Harrcll , who live twenty
west of Merna.
The students ot Custer College
gave a social at the college
Tuesday evening for the old stu
dents and those who leave the
college this year.
Will M. Dunn , of Callaway ,
editor of the Courier-Tribune ,
was in the city for the Decora
tion Day exercises and made this
office a pleasant call.
Mr and Mrs. K. J. House and
daughter , of Canton , South Da
kota , are visiting Mr. House's
brother , 13. C. House , of this
city. 'I hey arrived Wednesday.
The total rainfall this week to
and five one-hun
dale was one -
dredth inches. The fall Wed
nesday was seventy-four onc-
huiidrcdths of an inch. This
should"put the ground in excel
The Callaway boys base ball
team caiuc over Monday and was
defeated by the Broken Bow boys
by tl.ie score of 9 to 4. The game
was a very interesting one in
spite of the muddy field.
At the regular meeting of the
Odd Fellows Monday evening ,
P. A. Walton was elected noble
grand and Phil Stradlcy Vice-
The large north eight-inch til
ing for draining the land north
of the railroad track near the
stock yards is being put in by
a gang of men this week.
Mrs. Cal Crawford and her son ,
Claude , and daughter , Feme ,
started Tuesday morning for
England , where they expect to
spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Xach Thosteseu
and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jensen
left Monday for New York City ,
where they will take the steamer
for Hamburg , German ) ' .
The Custer College Sunday-
school team captained by Hugh
Ormsby in the contest in getting
pupils for the Methodist Sunday
school gave a birthday surprise
party for Hugh Saturday. It
was his twentieth birthday.
Attorney R. A. Moore , who
has been confined to the hospital
in Kearney for some time with
blood poison , is reported better
and he hopes to be able to re
turn to Broken Bow in a couple
A regular meeting of the
Pythian Sisters will be held
Thursday evening , June 10th.
Important business on hand.
Light refreshments will be serv
ed , after which the committee
promises a pleasant surprise and
good time to all.
Prof , and Mrs. S. K. Mills , of
Uavennfc , were guests of Prof ,
and Mrs. Cornet the first of the
week Prof. Mills has been
superintendent of the Ravenna
schools during the past year and
will be one of the instructors in
Custer College next year ,
State Superintendent Me-
Brien stopped rff in the city
Wednesday in going from Brow-
ster to Kushville for a high
school commencement address.
He delivered a commen
cement address at Brcwslct
Tuesday evening and will ad
dress the high scnoul1 students ai
Kushvillu this evening.
F. M. Walker and M. Mathies-
sen , of Omaha , two of the men
who purchased the Buckeye
ranch , were in the city this week.
A gang of surveyors began the
work of surveying the ranch this
week so that it can be cut up in
to farms of 80 to 320 acres.
Three roads will be laid out
across it cast and west , and three
north and south.
The engine on train No. AS
was derailed this evening near
the stock yards. The rails on
the side track spread while the
engine was switching and al
lowed it to- sink between the
rails. The engine on train No.
U ) and a special from Seneca
were used to pull it out and get
it onto the track again.
Undertaker Cole had a cow die
last week from rather an unusual
cause. The cow had been sick
for about ten days and her case
seemed an incurable one. The
cow died Wednesday , and Thurs
day Mr. Cole and Dr. Cole , the
veterinarian , held a post mor
tem over her. They found
that the stomach contain
ed four nails , two screws , and a
fence staple. Oue of the nails
was very rusty and had rusted
deep enough to bring it to a very
sharp point. This one had run
through the stomach and into
the liver. Gangrene set in and
this caused her death.
MEN IN PUBLIC LIPC.
JAMES RUDOLPH GARFIELD ,
Secretary of the Interior.
\ Uk * * * . ? ' xf : :
SENATOR JAMES A. HEMENWAY ,
HON. WILLIAM A. CLARK , '
United States Senator from Montana.
JOHN F. STEVENS ,
Eminent Engineer Who Had Much
Do with Successful Prosecution
of Work on Panama Canal.
our business will grow
If you advertise in tlie Republican
One price to all. No discount , to anyone.
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