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K 0. WOHNAIA President. J A HAUHIH OlMiliir.
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A. J. . nOIHCHTBON , , VlwM'ron. W. . JH.ACKWItM , , ARd't Codilor.
Farmers Bank of Ouster County ,
BROKEN HOW , N1CB.
Transacts a General Banking Himinoss. County Claims and
The Hat of casualties and deaths
in the First Nebraska regiinont
Hhowfl the number to bo 22'J. Of
this number sixtyono are doatliH
cither in action , from wounds or
from disease , and 102 are woundB
received in notion. Company M.
of Broken Bow had two dealhn , and
nine of their niiuibor received
wounds while in action. The dead
in Company It are Cuy 11 , Living
ston , killed in action at Santa Mesa ,
February 5 , and Nat 1C Sunn diud
March 20th of wounds received near
Manila. The wounded are Hugh
Konoyor , Howard L. Kerr , M. C.
Shcppard , George L. Soars , P. L.
13usio , Ornoii Humphrey , , laok L.
Boroh , Monroe Sponoo and Horace
Kennedy. John L. Porrin and
Brent tlattou of Company M. re
mained in Manila , from choice ,
whore the have secured good poui-
tloiiH. Stewart Lantermau of
Broken Bow wan among the mini-
ber loft at Manila , being unable to
leave the hospital on account of a
flovoro fever , and Dr. W. E. Talbot ,
alao of Broken Bow , remained at
Manila , whore he is now proftidont
of the board of health of that city .
The experiment of making a rail
road dust-proof and water-proof by
the use of crude oil has been tiied
during the pant year in the east with
BUJOOBB. In the west , the Burling
ton railroad is the linn to adopt the
improvement. General Superin
tendent Cnlvort has had part of the
Wyoming division of the Burling
ton treated with , crude oil , and the
results there have boon so Hatisfaot
ory that ho in making arrangements
to continue the work elsewhere on
the system. Two oars wore espec
ially arranged for sprinkling the
treok and the road-bed with the oil.
Oil was sprinkled in the center of
the track and on the outside of the
rails for about five foot. One ap
plication of the oil keeps the track
free from dust for about one year.
The number of hot-boxes on trains
IB considerably lessoned , and the
comfort of passengers is greatly
enhanced. An additional advantage
found in treating the track with oil
is that moisture will not then pone.
trato through the oilco outer crust.
Instead , the water runs off the track
jnto the ditohcs at the side. Voge *
alien along the track is dutUroyud
by the use of oil.
Contains a distinctive exhibit and
in a comprehensive manner covers
many of the great national resources
of the Hiwaiian and Philipino
Islands. This building contains
also rare specimens of animals , rep
tiles and birds af splendid plumage
all interesting to Americans. In
addition to these exhibits in iho
uuiiuing , inoro are special
buildings , iho Filipino Village , the
Cuban Village and the lliwaiin
Village , where is found iho nulive
people , living as at homo in their
respective countries , The Colonial
foatnros of the Greater America Exposition -
position are roil ; Hie. You can see
the people , mon , woman and children
and hear them speak to naoh other ,
King their native songs and play
their instruments of mumo. Can
any ono afford to miss this oppor
IIUNTHU9 ATTENTION l-Uml r
the ( tame Inw the killing of urmiao or
prairie chickens IB prohibited before
Hoptcniber let , IBM ) mid IR punliilmblo o (
5,00 per bird , Ai oed olll/mm , wn
I lioultl rrujM'ot and obey the Inw mid
li ulti lBlflt tlmt othnrn ilo tlio HMIIO.
Mr ttofrtumbor l t , tlio bird * will b old
enough to itatul HOIIIO uliniito ( or llixlr
live * , nnj tlm * provcnl wholesale
ilMiuhtofi end limn the o who wlxti lo
hunt can do 10 Icxnlly , Uu-Ji-r the Uw
It In uiftdn my duty to onfofoo the xnmn
I nw mid I Intend M ( nr nt pofnlblo lo do
K > , nnil Mk Mini ulinll lidpo ( or tlio oo-
flpKrntlon ot All iiltlKnim In i < nfort < lnK tin *
ni , I , . U. KniM-Ai'Mlt K ,
( Uiiiniy Alloriniy.
tNullrt < In HiniliTN ,
Pftfllm nro luireby iinUllml not to
hunt on my fnnu , or jMnluro
Krouiidi , under penalty uf llin law.
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tilMeilHK f. r * * vri > li wild UNI , itM |
my piiy l l n ImvlM ( * lll f rtltev *
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( JoltoiCMur * KBtl tliMfuliM U mwly
MIM ) liftva Inn | ik Mir tt nitllHK
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The democratic county conven
tion was hold in the opera hoiiho
yesterday afternoon. An organisa
tion was effeoled by electing Dr. C.
L. Mnllins chairman , and M. C.
Warrington , secretary. The usual
committees wore appointed.
On motion of Ksstbam , the tem
porary orgaiiixiliou was made por-
W. D. Black well , W.B. Kastham
and M. 0. Wanington wore com
mittee on resolutions. The resolu
tions endorsed the Chicago platform ,
W. J. Bryan , Attorney General
Smyth , and were against Irufltn.
Harrington , of O'Noilf , was rec
ommended as candidate for con-
gnms. The resolutions were ad opted.
On motion the convention pro-
coodcd lo nominate a county ticket ,
Diah Woodruff was nominated for
treasurer ; Tlios. Finlon for sheriff ;
VV. B. Kastham for county clerk ;
Prof. J. M. Scott for county super
intendent ; M. C. Wirrington for
county judge ; E. J. Boblita for
surveyor ; and Dr. G. L. Mullins for
coroner by acclamation. The only
contest wan on olork of the district
court between Chas. dmith and II.
J' , Brigham. The vote resulted in
eighteen for Brigham and eleven
for Smith. M. C. Warrington was
olootod chairman of the county cen
tral committee , and Harry Cox sec
retary. Comnnttoomon were then
chosen for the several townships ,
and delegates olootod to the judicial ,
congressional and state conventions.
Speeches wore made by Judge Bob-
lits , Dr. Mullius , Bob Farley and
C. 11. llolcomb.
T he Greater America Exposition
at Omaha is unique in ono notable
rosfoot. It is the first national lair
to contain a United Stales colonial
exhibit. Cuba , Puerto Uico , Ha
waii , Guam and the Philippines are
all represented. Several hundred
nalives of the islands ever which
the slarH and stripes are now
Hying , are in attendance at the
various villages. There is also an
up to dale war exhibit to remind
visitors of iho violorios by which
the oceanic islands wove won. Chicago
cage has contributed its famous
Libby Prison Munouin of War Rel
ics , aud it is suitably installed in
the Government building. The
renowned Verostchagin collection of
paintings and the Chicago Recoid's
collection of orginal drawings and
sketches of the American-Spanish
war are features of the Art Insti
tute. The Midway is fantastic ,
unreal and bizarre , yet , withal , in-
struotivo and entertaining. The
buildings and grounds of tbo expo
sition represent an expenditure of
ever $2,000,000. The grounds in
cluda over 00 acres and tl o fonoo
around them is over five miles in
length. The architecture of the
main buildings lias boon equalled
only by that of the world's Fair.
The several tracts are beautifully
rich with grasses , flowerbeds and
the richest foliage , trees , planlH and
shrubbery from California , Louis
iana , Florida , and Hawaii have
boon imported by the car-load.
Most of these are extremely val
uable and rare in this latitude.
The lloral adornment throughout is
nistinctively tropical. More than
250,000 new plants have been set
out this year by the famous landscape -
scapo artist , Rudolph Ulrich , palms
and oleanders predominating , A
orowning feature of the oxnosition
IH the uleotricial illumination ,
Noarloy 50,000 lights are UHod in
the lighting of the Court of Honor
flushing .tnil gloaming from balnn-
trade to the loftiont Mpirim and pln-
nnnolei ) , from pillard colonnade to
glided dome , Since thn opening
of the exposition on July I , the
attendance hint largely boon from
Omnlin and n oar by point * , Thort' '
IH every ri > .inon to bulliivo th.tt tin.
monthrt of Hoptombor ami Odtohrr
will MOM itnormoiiN orowd * from
morn iliMtniit point * , At thoTrniiN
nvt < r lM > 0ooo
worded In tlio nulitmutil
nllur thn hrmwfn In ilit * Woil Uml
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At tlio republican caucus last
Saturday afternoon , an organi/.ition
A as effected by cli'Cting Ed. Itoyso
chairman and C. Jt , Ijiico secretary.
The following candidates for town-
iihip oflicca were nominated by ac
clamation : Clerk , W. W. Cowlcs ;
tnmHiiror , ,1. M. Kimberling ; a
soHsor , W. M. Vannico ; justicoH of
the peace , J. J. Snyder and L Mo
CandlesH ; constables , P. M. Tows-
ley and Win. Barrett ; road over
seers , Dint. No. 1 , Cluif Davis ; No.
2 , ,1. B. Kenoyor ; No. 3 , John
Boyoe ; No.I , I , N.Pershall ; No. fi ,
K. II. Arthur ; No. 0 , G. E. Uad-
Oadwdl ; No. 7 , C. T. Wright.
On motion the namcB for twenty-
nine delegates to the county con
vention wore placed on the board ,
and tlio polls bo kept open to 13
The following persons received
Iho highest number of votes
and were elected delegated to the
county convention. Ed. Royso ,
D. M. Amsberry , C. L. Gutterson ,
R. E Glass , Simon Cameron , A. R.
Humphrey , Leonard Ilorsh , W. W.
Potts , Claude Piokett , Ike Reneaii ,
J. J. Piokott , W. M. Vannioo , F.
II. iroung , W. U. Penn , P. M.
Towsloy , Jud Kay , J. C. Bowen ,
Win. Boycc , J. G. Brcnixer , C 11
Miller , Bob llnbbard , Jud Morton ,
L. II Jewell , W. S. Swan , L J.
Gaudy , F. A. Bortrami , Goo. Pal
mer , Earl Douglas and Lee Piokott.
On motion the convention rooom
mended the following names for ap
pointment as judges and clerks of
election : North nidu clerks , C.
R. Luoo , Jud Kay ; juices , Wm.
Barrolt , R. E. Glass , J. W. Bruce.
South side clerks , C , P. Russell ,
L , E , Cole ; judges , Jud Morton , P.
A. Walton , T. M. Brewer. Ed.
Royso was rolqotod township oom-
At a meeting of Anselmo Lodge
No 277 A.O.U.W.tho following res
olutions were adopted.
WhoraB , it hasjploased the Ruler
of all things to take from our
nidst our beloved brother Samuel
Allstatt and removed him from the
field of labor in which he earnestly
worked to advance the interest of
hie follow man and the upbuilding
of our order ; and
Whereas , in his death this lodge
roalix.es that a valued mombocr has
been taken away and the communi
ty hah lost a worthy citizen and his
family a true husband and parent ;
therefore bo it
ResolvedThat while wo bow in
humble submission to the will of
our Heavenly Father , wo none the
less mourn the loss of utir bclovod
brotherand ; be it further :
Resolved , That this lodge extend
its heartfelt sympathy to his family
in this affliction ; and be it
Resolved , That a copy of these
oiiH bo inscribed on the rec
ords of this lodge and a copy bo
given lo the family and a copy bo
cent lo the county papers for pub
lication. J.F. Brechbnhl.
M. R Foster.
Ruv Ilornndny will proacti n turn-
purunoe sermon next Suudn > evening nt
tlio M. E. oluiroh. Ills tlitniu will bo
"A ph'u ugHlnat saloons , from iv 10-
liKioua , mornl and lawful standpoint. "
The Lewis Broa. hitvo boon invited to
furnish part of the music , ( Uid Garlio
Crowl will rooito. All cltizona , espe
cially the W. C. T. U. , city Mayor ,
connoil and city attorney ( or the aiiloon
element are Invited to bo nrosont.
The dale of the CtiHlor County
Fair of this county , has been set for
October : Ul , Itli , > ( \ \ and Uth , and
from the management , wo learn that
preparation for the accommodation
and the enlorlainmenl of the crowd
at Broken Bow during fair week ,
will be on a much larger scale tlinu
over before , The race prognm
has been isnuud , and shows MX
splendod event * for each day , There
will be many new features and at-
Iractions this your which will make
it a drawing card ,
Property ownern and tenants are
hereby notified nud icquoHlod to
mow the wendr upon and arouinl
their priuifiHOM at once or the ordln-
amioM rotating thereto will bo on
forood by the oily marshal. Lot II
oo-oporiUo toHolhor and amoii
other prnpnralloiiH for thu fouopttoi
of Company M. lot tin not * to It Unit
our ally U put In it morn nmpootahlt
, nd altr4 tlVH ( Minditlon , Tin
lipitllh nnd prldo of our nitUHiiit i't ' -
inand U , l , t n AMI at
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IIUIM nOIIOOl , EXAMINATIONS
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Doctor Ponnington ,
Mrtniirr N A II M Kx AMMunt Snrxcnii Ml. Jim
niiil ( I. I. K. It ; nlflii K. A O. It U. U ( " griil-
null ) of Hut tfnlrcriilty of ( ' ( nupylTAiiln. nnirn
thrrn iloiira cimtli of IM McCmnni ilniK rl rn ,
All fnll Illluil , ilny or
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(1C ( 1C A I. HHTAVIC
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I have a largo list of farms foi
Halo in all parts of iho county. Low
prices and easy lornu of payment.
Write for prices.
PKNN A 1XWUI8 ,
All Klndfl of work In our line done
promptly and In llret-olnss nrtlor. Jicd
Hbop on tlio corner , wont of tlio IIOHO
uouao. Qlvo us a trinl.
WA. . ,
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OONTKAOTOIl AND IIUlllKlt.
Itayl'lana nnd ostlumtes on short no
tleo. Broken liow , Neb.
T. W. Bass ,
All work first class. Rooms on 2d
floor , northwest corner Realty
block , Broken Bow , Nobr.
OAMKUON &IIEK8K ,
ATroUJiVS&COUN3KLLOK3 AT LAW.
Ko < ms 8-'J Huiilty block , llroltcn How , Nub.
Tlios. A. Turnbuil ,
CONTItAUTOIt AND BlJlI.DUU.
Faithful work done , prices reason
able and all work guaranteed.
Broken Bow , Nebraska.
Itup.ilrlni ; promptly and neatly done on Btiorl ,
nlrr. Prices roiittonnblu. Second door e
f the | iOBt ollico.
j. ni. Hiai < mHON.
City Peed Mill ,
E. F. AlcCMJiiie , Prop.
lye Flour and Graham , ground on
tone burr. All kinds of grinding
one for toll or exchange , to suit
ustomor- Agent for condensed
Cibus Stock Food.
Geneva Nursery ,
John MoCutohoon , Agont.
Mulct * liotli fall nnd BprlUK delivery. Tlili * IB
IP leailliiK mirtH'ry in Hie ntito , atid tliulr Hlock
nil IUnt cliiBH. Of tlio huiiilroilH wi linvq polil
> In llils county tliu imnt four jn.trx , we ilcclre to
ufcr yon to u few whom wo liuvo rurnlfliocl
lock , rix : JIIB. Wldti'liond , Jolin Henry , ( ini.
V. Itcwuy , II. a. UoKursaiKl Jnilgu U. M. Hul-
x nnd hmrn wlij
w uvvr put ( HI tin uxl
fid firnttfi'tf n > kr * ' n' 1 * ' * < i } * ( ti
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nvunn.in u i r. ttnt'lr I . < i- ' ' ' <
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With Lowest Prices on Everything ,
They have a full line of Shoos at prices lower than over. Gloves ,
lOcup. Jnat received a fine lot ot Fall and Winter Dross Goods , at
iriccs lower than ever. The best grades of Overalls and Cottonado
I'anls. A fine list of Shirtings always on hand. Best grades of
READY MADE SHIRTS.
L. L. Muslin , 3c per Yard.
f E CAN SAYG YOD IB TO 30 PER CENT ON
Highest Price Paid for Eggs.
HARRY DAY & CO.
AUK 1IKI11S WITH TI1RIR
DRY GOODS ® CLOTHING.
Since they have consolidated the stores of Harry Day &
Oo. and Hie T , M. & ,1. W. Salisbury Blocks , Iboy now have
one of the Largest Stocks of Dry Goods in Conlral Nobraska.
They have not only a mammoth iitock , but a gro.it variety.
Thime goods worn bought at a bargain , and will be sold at
i To Our Patrons !
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> &t mor * limn ittiriMflliiiK | irlf * * < If JTHH am not that we
juM whnl WH y , mill I H ! gat HM ( prl(4 ( , Our ulm M to
wiv i ur M ( tHtMr4 itifciivfi AM ! MH nr ilntHg It , If you wnut
HtNHi ( too l , tN tttj ffMnlUjr. qnnlHjr tr Mjrl , wt ut Hp | ly
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BoutliwoHt Oornor Square ,
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