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. . . , . A. J. UOIIRHTSON , Vlco-l'rcs. W. 1) . HLACKWHM. , ABn'l debtor , Farmers Bank of Ouster County , BKOKUN BOW , NEB , Transacts a General Banking Business. County Claims and Warrants Bought , pps > $ A "rail's Stock and Poultry Food at J. C. BOWEN'S. $ | Lamps and Latup Trimmings , of all kinds , nt J , C. BO WEN'S , j } ' | -f Knives , Forks and Spoons , all kinds , at J. 0. BOWEN'S. fr | A Wo buy Poultry at J. C. BOWEN'S. I 'Jim J $ Oar of Winter Apples just arrived-at J. C. BOWEN'S. P Clocks , all kinds , at J. C. BOWEN'S. jl Hoohcstor Hanging Lamps for good light , at J. C. BOWEN'S. f $ * * , v- w. 'M m ( SK tip f | Why can Lamps be purchased for | | | 60c on the dollar of J , C. Bowen ? j $ li . . . 1 ft I ii % * f jj | | A Puzzle on Clocks Why does J. | | | C. Bowen sell Clocks at 50c on the ff m'l * P/1 § | dollar ? Because he does not want the ( fe earth. A Customer. Una 11 full line of Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Alpo a Vine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store on corner of Fifth avenue and Miiiri street , Broken Bow , Nob. 9. II. HUUNUAM , 1'roflilont , Lincoln , Nob. H. Q , HOUKUS , Cashier , Drokon How. J. M. KIMtlKUljlNG , VIco-I'rcs. , llrokou How. 8. II. HO\T , Asa't Cadilcr STATE BAffi BROKEN BOW , NEB. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. DIUEOTOIlg : S. II. Uurnham , J. M.Klmborllug. 8. II. llojt. II. Q. Rogers. OOUIlKliPONUKNTSt tlnlteJIISUtog NntloinI Hunk , Omaha. I'lioulx National Bank , Ntw York. First Nation * ! llnnlt , Lincoln , Nebraska. GLE BOOKS A Farm Library of unequalled value Practical , Up-to-date , Concise and Comprehensive Hand somely Printed and Beautifully Illustrated. By JACOB BiGQLB No. 1 BIQQLE HORSE BOOK All about Horses a Common-Sense Treatise , with OTer 74 Illustrations ; a standard work. Price , 50 Cents. No. 2-BIQQLE BERRY BOOK All about growing Small Fruits read and learn how ; contains 43 colored life-like reproductlonsofnlllradinir varieties and 100 other illustrations. Price , 50 Cents. No. 3 BIQQLE POULTRY BOOK Alt about Poultry ; the best Poultry Book in existence ; tells everything ; withij colored life-like reproductions of all t lie principal breeds ; with 103 other illustrations. Price , 50 Cents. No. 4 BIQQLE COW BOOK All about Cows and the Dairy Dullness : having a great snle ; contains 8 colored life-like reproductions ofeudi breed , with 133 other illustrations. Price , 50 Cents. No. 5-BIQQLB SWINE BOOK Just out. All about Hogs Breeding1 , Peedlnnr , Hutch- eriug.Dlseascs , etc. Contains over Bo beautiful half tones and other engravings. Price , 50 Cents. TheUiaOLO DOCKS are unlque.origlnal.useful you never saw anything like them so practicalsoseuslble. They are having an enormous sale lias t , West , North and South. Uvery one who keeps a Horse , Cow , Hog or Chicken , or grows Small I'rults , ought to send right away for the UiaQLU BOOKS. The FARM JOURNAL Is your paper , made for you and not a misfit. It is 21 years old ; it IB the great boiled-down - , hit-the-imil-on-the-head , . . . . niiit.nrter.you-ha\c.Rnld.lt , 1'arm and Household pnper in tlic world-thc biKEf st paper of Us sire In the United States of America having over a million aud a-half regular readers. Any ONE of the BIGGLE BOOKS , and the FARM JOURNAL ( the remainder of 1800 lonn 1901 , inoa and 1503) ) will be sent by mall to ntiy uddretis lor A IKM.l.Ali BILL. All uho order at once will also receive a beautiful 1899" Holison ami His Mother" Calendar. BnmpluofPARM JOURNAL and circular describing DldQLD DOCKS free. XVII.MRR ATKINSON. Address , JPAIlfll JOUItNAl. < . . LtlAU. I' PlIILAUULPniA fl3N 'VHVWQ ' 'HdSOH ' Ol nn Nl DNIIlLAUBAa pan fooie JIISUJMfl 02t 'ISTO A1NO OHVId I JLN1NR3Y.I1Y 1HJU11YEK Y ONVId dUVH-3dSQH " \Q \ ) Q ) Q ) Q ) * QQQ ) \ -FOP. FALL AND WINTER TRADE AT- HARRY DAY & GO'S. We have but recently loturnod from Chicago , wbero wo purchased a largo stock of Dress Goods , Ladies1 and Gents' Under - wear , Men's and Boys' Clothing- , Including a fine line of LADIES' SHOES. Our line of Shoes is the host to bo found in the city. Our prices are below com petition. Call and ace us. Whether Boys' or Men's Suits , "Womon's or Men's Underwear , Boots or Shoos , Hate , Caps , Dr.'BB Goods or Notions are wanted , we are prepared to give you better bargains and bettor goods , at better prices than any other house in Central Nebraska. Southwest Corner Sauare. ( > G ) O ( e ) i f ( i ) N.'il ti'Ai mi . i m I / s T T - > . 4- /--v I ' $ iJr airiL S li m I & m vS UjJI I $ t I J. a. HAEBEHLE. | fy S § GET THE OMAHA WEEKLY WORLD-HERALD FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS YEAR. OMAHA WEEKLY WORLD-HERALD published twice a week costs $1.00 a year. It con tains all the news , be * * t sides much miscellany , an agricultural depart ment and fine market re * ports. It was formerly edited by Wm. J. Bryan and is fitill his strongest supporter , often publish ing his speeches and articles. Thow who edbacrlbe now for the year ipoo will receive It fortbe remainder of this year free. The-edltoi' of this paper Is authorized to receive subscriptions. jJ3i r ; rB3SI5ggprn ; rr.tnrrmtnTrttrnrmn rinrnr irrrn t Poster & Smith Lumber Co. I I I [ I Storm Sash , HARD AND SOFT COAL , Yellow ® White Pine Lumber. W , L , RULE , Telephone No. 79. . i.imumiumuti t a a > Peale & John IIAVIC A LARGK QUANTITV OP APPLES APPLES APPLE CLOTHING , All New , and of the Latest Pattern , -AT- W.H.PENN We have the finest line of _ * Gents' Furnishing Goods , Trunks , Valises , Etc. Wo bought these goods direct from the factories , and are able to Boll them as cheap as any house in the county. The advantage we have over our competitors is that our stock is all new , and we have no shelf won1 Dr second hand stock. All these goods are up to date in Ntyio , and quality second to none. Wo are located in the Realty block , Houth side square. Call and see us. Wo are prepared to load our competitors , in quality and prices. Broken Bow , Nebraska. I make the correct fitting of Glasses a Specialty. ' E. W. HAYES , Jeweler and Optician. o I Once "Was Lost , but How I Have Found it. Where ? At my door. At the Eagle Grocery. What in the world is it , my dear ? It is at the Eagle Grocery , a main- innth. stock of Groceries , and at the lowest prices you ever hoard of. The Eagle has boon reading the papers and keep- ir t , posted on what was being offered for sale. They don't say anything about Terbacker and Candy , and other good things like that. It is not pickle dishes you want now , it is Candy. The Eagle has 2,000 pounds of candy for sale cheap. Vistmas committees are invited to call and get my prices. .jaioinbor the place , on the big corner , jnst cast of First .NVtional Bank. W. S. SWAN , - - Proprietor ,