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A Soldier's Opinion.
'I BOO the iropubltoans of Cuatcr
county hfivo nominated Cnptiau
Tnlbot for Bhcriff , " remarked one of
the recently-returned "tfighiing'
First. " a member of Company 13 , in
conversation with the writer re
cently , "and though I'm nor , a re
publican tuyaolf I'd like to BCD him
elected , for ho was ODD of the
square oflioern the regiment had ,
and well liked by all the boys.
"For ono thing , " he continued ,
"he didn't have the Hwell head as
bad as some of the officers , and
always treated the men under him
ns thouch ho thought they were
human and reasonable being- , even
though they wcro private soldiers ,
and that's more than I can nny for
' Bomo of the others. I'm not men
'i ! tioning any nainof , but I've got a
few markt d down on my Hat , so
I won't forget em. But Talbot
wasn't one of that kind. IIu
Blood by the boys right through ;
. and though ho wan strict on diH-
oipline , ho don't rub it into the
II boys just to show his authority.
til ' I don't know how muoh samd a
man has to have to bo sheriff of
this county , but if ho needs a hole
lot Talbot'a the man that's got it.
There a'n't any oold foot attached
to his extremities , I oan toll you
and ho didn't have to wear wool
Books over tboro in the Philip-
pin s. He made his rop. the first
fight ho was in , and has kept it
ever since. That was the night the
Spaniards attacked our trenches ,
before wo went into Manila. Com.
pany M. was right in the thick of it
that night. The boys hadn't had a
ohinue to play with their Spring-
fioldn up to that time , and they
made the most of the opportui ity.
They used up from seventy-five tea
a hundred rounds , and that's a good
many for the lime they wore at it.
Aud there woru somn coming
our way too , as you'd have thought
if you'd boon thoro. It buat any
Fouitb of July celebration you
over saw , fireworks included. The
Mausers worn coming over the
trenches with a noise like a swarm
of bees , with a lot of uhrapnal
shells alone with 'em.
"AudTalbot was right them doing
his level best , along with Major
Stotsenborg and the rest of them ,
to make a reputation for the First
Nebraska ; and considering that
none of 'em wore whibkors , I think
they done pretty well for the first
time , He was in command of
Company W , and vrhilo the celebra
tion was going on kept right in the
front row , holding the boys steady
nd setting 'em a good example ,
and seeming to care more that they
made a good showing thnn he did
for hia own safety. At least that's
what the boys eaid , and II know
they all swore by Lioutontaut
Talbot after that ; and I guesa ho
deserved it , for they don't generally
threw away much afleoliou on a
"No , 1 didn't &et a chance to dis
tinguish myself that night. My
Company made a run of a mile and
a half through the mud and came
up undo.- the line under fire , but by
the time wo were in position to do
something the command to cease
tiring had been given , and we lay
down in the mud and water to
wait for 'em to oomo out again.
Bat they didn' , and I went to sleep
about two o'clock , When I woke
up I thought at flrst the bath tub
bad run over , for eveythiug but my
head and shoulders was covord
with water , and there wore others
in the same boat , or rather out of
it , for wo didn't have a craft of any
kind , which was unfortunate , for
we could hrwo used a few to good
advantage. I remember it rained
Bomo around Manila about that
timo" . Morua Sun.
HOW TO PREVENT CROUP.
We have two children wbo aru subject
to attacks of oroup. Whenever nn
attack Is coming on my wife gives them
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nud It
always prevents the attack. Ic is a
Household necessity In this county and
no matter what else we run out ot , it
would not do to be without Chamber
Iain's Cougb Remedy. More of it la
Bold here than of all other cough medi
cines combined. J. M. Nlcklo , of
Nlokle Bros , merchants , Nlcklovlllo ,
Pp. for Bale by all druggists.
3 I'Ol' MINTING AT SA1UOT.
I , . W F. Cole Call * the L'ops Down.
' The pops had a meeting at
Sargent a couple of weeks ago at
which J. J. Tooley , Judge Sulli
van and C. T. Orr were the
speakers , and L. W. F. Cole wa
chairman. Tooley was first to
speak and at the close he said he
would not attempt to speak upon
the Philipine question , but that
Lieut. Orr , who would follow him
would tell the audience about the
Phillipines. Capt. Claris Talbot
and Lieut. Kennedy happened ID
be occupying- front seat in the
audience so Lieut. Orr forgot to
mention the Phillipine question ,
but pulled from his inside pocket
a statement of , the financial"con-
dition of the cotnty , prepared , by
the pop county central comittee
for campaign purposes , showing
that the county was in such good
condition now as compared with
the republican misrule and dis.
honesty. The reading of the
ready prepared statement was all
the speech Mr. Orr made.
Chairman Cole , in commenting
upon Orr's speech said he was
somewhat surprised as he expect
ed to here something about the
Phillipines , but did not hear it ,
and that he would have to take
issue with him upon the finacial
statement just presented. Mr.
Cole stated he was a member of
the county board two years while
yet a republican and four years
since he had affilliated with the
popsjthat he was just as honest
when a repblican as a pop and
thought the other members of the
board under republican rule
were just as honest as he was > and
that Mr. Orr's statement did not
represent the facts and that the
improved condition of the iinaces
of the county is due to natural
causes , not through the honesty
of any administration ; that the
assessed valuation has increased
from year to year , bringing increa
sed revenune and that the expen
ses of the county not increasing ,
the county would naturally grow
put of debt. Mr. Cole said that
iu as much as Mr. Orr had failed
to mention the Phillipene ques
tion , perhaps his opponent Lieut.
Kennedy , who was present could
tell them something about them.
Mr. Cole also took exceptions to
Judge Sullivan's arraignment of
the administration on its war pol
icy. There were about twcny
five voters present and Mr. Cole's
talk , which was f reuqueutl } ' eheer
ed was the only demonstration of
enthusiasm , It was nht at all
pleasing to the other speakers.
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS.
In the district court of Cuatcr county , Nobr.
Tliu Ilollnncu Trust Co. . Plalntlfl , 1
John Qlllroy and Mrs. John Glllroy , his wlto , , '
The defendants , John Htllroy nnd Mrs John
ClillroY , hie wlfi > , will take nntlro that on the 10th
day of October , 1800 , the plaintiff Hied Its peti
tion In the district court of Cutter county , Nobr. ,
( iL'nliiHt Jolm Gllroy , nnd Mrs. John Glllroy , hla
\Mfu , defendants , the object and prayer of which
arc to foreclose a certain tax clrullraln Issued by
the treasurer of Ouster county on the 5th dny of
November. 1899 , of which the plalntlCC Is now the
owner and holder thereof , for the snm of $127.74 ,
and covering the following described premises.
Lots ono nud two , In block oluht , of the original
town of Broken llow , Nebraska , snld county , and
Tpon wblch has boon paid subsequent tax as fol
lows : On the ! th day of October , 1893 , for the
year 1892 , the sum of 81861 ; on tha 1st day ot
August. 1894 , for tha year 1892 , the sum of $2i ) 17 ,
ouou ot which amounts draw " 0 per cent Interest
from their respective dates , all ot wblch Is due
and unpaid. I'laiutlff prays a decree of foreclo
sure of sold certificate and receipts and Ralo of
i-ald premises. You are required to answer paid
petition on or before Monday , the 4th il y of De
cember. I8W. Dated at Broken Bow , Nobiaska ,
this lUtli day of October , 1899 ,
TUB ItKLiANru TnnsT Co. ,
Hy Willis Cadwell , Its Att'y. '
Attest : Jatnee Stockham , clerk Diet. Court.
UyJ. O Painter , Deputy.
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NOTICE TO NON-RESIDKNTS.
In the district court of Custcr county , Nobr.
The Hellanco Trust Co. , Plaintiff , >
V It Davis , full name unknown , and Mrs. F H f
DavU , hla wife , Defendants. I
The defendant * , ( T H Davis nnd Mr * V U Davis ,
hla wife , ulll take noilco that on the 19th day of
October , Ib99tho plaintiff the ItellancoTrust Co ,
llleil Us petition In the district court ot Cutter
county , Nebraska , a alust F II Davis nnd Mrs F
C DtvU , his wife , defendants , the object and
prayer of which are to foreclose n certain tax
certificate lamed by the treasurer of said Cnster
county , on the 05th day of November , 1892 , of
which the plaintiff Is now the owner and holder
ho i of , for the sum of $71. HI , and corerla the
allowing described nremUcx : Lots 11 , 13,13 , In
block 98 , ot Itallroad addition totheorlglual town
ot Ilroken Dow , euld county , and upon which has
been paid subsequent tax ns follows : On the ! 3lh
day of October , i89i , for the \tnr 1892 , the sum of
} 2i ) 87 ; on the 1st day ot Auguit , 1894 , for the
yvnr 189J , the sum of $35.31 , each of which
amounts draw VO per cent Interest from their res.
lucttvo dates , all of which Is duo nnd unpaid ,
t'lilntlfl prays a decree ot foreclosure of said ccr-
.Ificato and receipts and ralu ot Bald premises.
Yen are required to ruswur eald petition on or be.
Fore Monday , the 4th day of December , 1899.
Dated at Broken llow , Nebraska , thl 10th day of
October , 1BU9. TUB HELIANCK TIIUST Co. ,
By Willis Ciduell. Its Att'y.
Attest : James Btockham , Clerk Dist. Court
By J G Painter , Deputy , octltMt
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS.
In the District Court of CnsUr County , Nebr'
Cli.rles B Smith , Plaintiff , j
Ucnjaralu Young , Jr.Jet nl. , Defendants. J
The defendants. Benjamin YOUUK Jr. . Globe
Investment Company , Henry A Wyman , Its Ho-
celTer , Freeman's National Bank , of Boston.
MsisachuBctts. George Crocker and Mrs Oeorce
Crocker , his wlfewllT take notice that on the 19th
day of October , 1899 , Charlci a Smith , the plain-
tlrf , nled hlj petition In the district court of Cus
ter county.Nebroska , against you and each of you
the object and prayer ofwhlch arejto foreclose a
certain mortgage , executed by Benjamin YounK
Jr. , and Mary K. Young , his wife , to the Uloba
Investment Co. , and by U assigned to this plain
tiff , upo the southeast quarter of section two , In
township thirteen north , of range twenty-one
west of th Oth P. M. , in Cnster countj , Nebr , to
secure the pamont of ono certain promissory
note dated November 15th. 1892 , for the cum o
JMW.OO , and due and payable December 1st , 1897 *
that there it now due and unpaid upon tald noti
and mortgage the sum of STUi.KS , for which sum ,
with Interest from tuli date , the plaintiff prayi
for a decree of foreclosure and sale of said prom
Ises. You are required to auswer said potltloi
on or before Monday , the i7th ! day ol November
1899 , or thu allegations therein made will be taket
as true and docrue rendered accordingly. Datei
at Broken Bow , Nebraska , thli l th day of Octo
her , 1899. OnAiaKs H HUITII.
octlfl-et IJy Alpha Morgan , ilia Atty.
TIME TABLE ,
UKOKKN BOW , NEB ,
Lincoln , Denver ,
Umahn , Helena ,
Chlr K < i. llntte ,
Ht. Jonutiti , Portland ,
Kansas Olty , HftH r.ako Olty
tit1 LonlB. nnd ( ill San Franolsuo
point * cnstnml south. and all points weit
THAIN8 LKAVK AS FOLLOWS-
No.l Local express dally , Lincoln , Onmhs ,
ntul all i > olnt * cunt . 0-20 a m. .
No II Lncnl pnmonRor , depart * . , 11 : iT ! > a. m.
No < IG , ThrotiL'h freight onm ( ally. .Tin' ) a. m.
No. 4H. Ixical freight east arr. dally la.tw p. in
Dnpartfl ut . 1.05 p in.
No. 41. Iocal express dally , Ilelnnn , lltltto
Portland , nli points west. . . . I0f : > 5p. in
No. 43. Local pm-sengor.arrlves At. .4:55 p. m.
No. 45. ' ' wcct " 10'BH a. m
No 47. " ' " " 2:18 : p. ra
Departs at . ! 2.45p , m
Sleeping , dining and reclining chair cars ( scats
Ireo ) on through irnltiH. Tlckcs oold nnd bug-
gage checked to any point In 111 ! United Stiller.
and Canada ,
No. 48 has merchandise cats Tuesdays , Thurs
days and Saturdays.
No , 45 will carry pasnongors for Acsolmo , Hal
ley , Bcnccn , Whitman and Alliance. .
No. 40 will carry paseorgurs for Haroiino
tlrnnd Island , tiowurd and Lincoln ,
Information , maps , time tables and ticket
fall ( in or write to II. L. Orrasby , agent , or J
Frnnp.lt , Q. P. A. , Oinithv , Nobroaka.
II. L. OiiMnnr , A cent.
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strual organs. If you suffer
from any of these symptoms
if you feel tired and languid In
the morning and wish you could
He In bed another hour or two
if there is a bad taste in the
mouth , and no appetite if
there is pain in the side , backer
or abdomen BRADFIELD'S
FEMALE REGULATOR will
bring about a sure cure. The
doctor may call your trouble
some high-sounding Latin
name , but never mind the name.
The trouble is in the menstrual
organs , and Bradfield's Female
Regulator will restore you to
health and regulate the menses
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book will be ent to any woman If requeitbe milled to
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DR. R. H. MoCROSSON ,
CONT1UOTOK AND BUILDER.
and estimates on short no
tloe. Broken Bow , Neb.
BKOKBN Bow NEBRASKA.
, - - - .
I have a largo list of farms foi
sale in all parts of the county. Low
prices and easy terms of payment
Write for prices.
i' $ wt"
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ifft ' ho Irou tout for Life Iimiirnnco l ' f } ;
[ f'ti found In the Equity of the Con t met , + ' . , '
i.- ; the Kconomy of Management , nnd the
j | ' < i Security for thn Payment.
Bankers Life Association ,
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i't HDWAIIH A. TEMM.K , President. its 7
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Organized July 1st , 1879.
j'jti Giuranty Fund for safety.
'fl ' > $ Hurplnn Fund for protection.
ij Supervised by 3,000 depository banks. ? ' }
.yff/ SeenrI lea deposited with the f tate $ 'J
/ . department.
jJ4 | Conservative molhodrt.
jj'ij'i Preferred IllsiflLow Ilatee.
rlj-J Quarterly Payments. v i"
.Vf ; For rates and full Information , call * ' * . -
> ° " or address
J , A. HARRIS ,
X'tji Agent for Ouster County , Neb.
.V } ' . Ofllco at Farmers Hank of Ouster ? ; Jf
l3t County , Hrokca Bow , Nob. . § ! ? , *
Clms. W. HakesM. D.
Successor to Ur.'M. ' C. Blystone ,
Office over Chrystal Drug Store. Calls prompt
ly answered from of lice , day or nictit.
Can be had of J. J. Murphy , of
Sargent , uho is traveling salesman
for Ouster county. It cures all
manner of blood disoaocs , such as
rheumatism , kidney and liver dis
ea es , fever , noivous hoadaoho , female
male complaints , catarrh , constipa
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ena utid protects. Ube
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toed as to plans and specifications.
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PHYSICIAN AND SUKOKON.
2d stairway from wont endin Realty
block ; residence , north side.
0AMH1RON& REESE ,
ATTORN SYS & COUN3ELLOU3 AT LAW.
Hoi ma 8-0 Realty block , Ilroken llow , Nob.
J , J , SNYDER ,
- Notary Public , -
and Justice of the Fcaco. Special attention glr-
on to collections. Depositions taken , pension
Touchers neatly executed , and nil kinds of lo nl
papers written. Ollico weft side square , lirokou
Bow , Neb.
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MAIIULB & GIUNITB MONUMENTS.
AH klnda of cemetery work , Workmanship and
prices cnarautccd. Shops at
BROKEN BOW and ANSLEY.
We carry a We receive
Stock Of OoJs from 10,000 to
v.ilucd at 25,000 letters
Jl.500.00000 every day
Wo own and occupy the tallest mercantile building In the world. We have
over 3,000,000 customers. Sixteen hundred clerks are constantly
engaged filling out-of-town orders.
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Wholesale Prices to Everybody , has over 1,000 pages , 16,000 illustrations , and
60,000 descriptions of articles with prices. It costs 7 * cents to print and mall
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E ! J4pM ! t CTOI/iUlqpJTOI/inllnjqinM ( J ( jl/i | 3
My Friend ,
Don't wait until the cook
roniindH you that the coal biu
is empty , and that the last
con' ' Wa8 a m'80raDle lQt ° f
Htuff , but lot
Foster & Smith Lumber Co.
Know your need of Coal , and they will Bond you
The Most and Best for the Money.
EASTERN HARD , Also SHERIDAN ,
COAL CREEK , CAMBRIA ,
CANON LUMP And SPLINT.
And NUT ,
32f * ° Remeinbor the place.
W. L , RULE , Mgr.
Telephone No. 79.
Peal © & John
IIAVJC A LA BOB QUANTITY OF
PEACHES AND APPLES ,
which they are soiling low. Their
IS AS FINE AS CAN
BE FOUND IN THE
See them for Bargains in-
All New , and of the Latest Pattern ,
We have the finest line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods , Trunks ,
Yalises , Etc.
Wo bought these goods direct from the factories , and arc
able to sell them as cheap as any house in the county. The
advantage wo have over our competitors is that our stock is all
new , and we have no shelf won jr second hand stock. All
those goods are up to date in atyie , and quality second
We are located in the Realty blook , south side fcquare. Call
and see us. We are prepared to lead our competitors , in
quality and prices.
Broken Bow , Nebraska.
I make the correct fitting of Glasses
E. W. HAYES ,
Jeweler and Optician.