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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 March 1899

ii-.axi.nai. . tu.a..it' . . . 1 " yi * * * VOL XVil , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 18,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 36 Our Monday Afternoon Ssle ! HARRY DAY & CO. . _ _ _ _ . . . _ ' 300 pieces of Lace , from 2 to 6 yards in length , choice , lOc 23 pairs of Ladies Shoes , worth $3 25 , - - for $1.98 13 Ladies Mackintoshes , worth j $4.00 , - . - at $2.25' 40 pair of Men s Overalls , worth 60 cents , - - " for 39c 35 pair of Men's Pants , worth $1.00 60c . , - - - - Don't forget that we have re ceived th © "best and largest line , of Clothing ever received in Cus- tsr County. C hamrook will be donated lo all callers on St. Patrick's morninp , Maroh I7tb. v Any Style , XT Edwin E. Myers' J epair Shop , Opposite Farmers Bank , Brokun Bow , Nobr. JS Shop open irom 7 to 0 a. m. ; 12:40 : to 1'JO : , 4 to 6 p. ra , and jw $1 all day 'Saturday. ' $ | A10 per cent Discount for Thirty Days Only To make morn for our large Spring Stock , wo will give a 10 per cent dis...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 March 1899

? " sDICK s RODNEY ; sm m Or , The Adventures of An Eton Boy. . , tb BY JAMES GRANT. til tv CHAPTER VIII. ( Continued. ) "I rotnomber well when , from a wild Orcst , I saw before mo a long blue rldgo. It was the Sierra Loondn o'r the Mountain of the LloncBB , ns the niggers thereabout call It , the highest In North or South Guinea. Glad was I , Master , Jlodnoy , to BOO the Hag of old England waving on the fort and In the bay. Thorb was a sloop of war at anchor there , the Active ; and when she fired the evening gun you would have thought a whole Hoot w.as salut ing , there are so many echoing caves and dents in the mountains ami along the shore. ' "I soon mndo my way homo to Eng land , but was more laughed at thnn pitied for ray queer flguro-hcad , which frightened some folks , my old mother especially , for she banged , I'hoi door right in my face , nnd called . { or p10 police when I wont to her old bunk at Doptford.1 . „ , ' "However , I got used to nli that sort of thing ; but ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 March 1899

Mrs. McCiunbcr wlfo of th'e senator- elect from South Dakota , was formerly n resident of l-'areo , where she em ployed as nsslstnnt manager of the Western Union Telegraph olilce. While still Miss Jennlp Scheming she wito transferred from tfnrgo to th * Wnhpe- toro ofllcc , whore Attorney McCurnber wooed nnd won her. Do not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow. It does not come that way. It creeps its way along. First , you think it is a little cold ; nothing but a little hack ing cough ; then a little loss in we\tbt : then a harder cough ; then the fever and the night sweats. The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhage. Better stop the disease while it is yet creeplpg. You can do it with Aycrs Cherry You first notice that you cough less. The pressure on the chest Isllfted. That feeling of suffocation is removed. A cure is hastened byplacingone of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. * A Book Froo. It is on the Diseases of t...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 March 1899

4fa < * 8i ! v . { } SWEET & * & Jf fi * < 5i $ MOTHER OVE fifctfi always looks for purity and quality in the food she provides for her little ones. That is.why the intelligent mothers of Ouster county-always go to BOWQII'B for their Groceries , He k , < ? ? pB only the best quality of cereals , canned .goods potted moats , line sauces , teas , coffees , cocoas , $ & and will fill your orders for less money , than j fc others who will serve you a poorer quality. ffi Yours for Pure Groceries , ' < $ J. 0. BOWKN. w ymzimi m % ! ® ® M ( Ulster ( So , Republican I'ubllihod ovorj ThuruUy t Ihn County N t. I . BI.'AllIHUI-UItY , lUlltor JrOffico in CnMcr lllock , Konrth ATO.- % Entered at the pottonico at llrokon lion , Neb. , at iccontl clam matter , for ttnnimliitoii Hi rough Um U , S. malls. BDUyomiTION ritlOB : Uue Tear , In advuucu . . . . It .00 THURSDAY , MARCH. 1C , 1809. KLCCTJUti LIGHTS. The quofltion of municipal own- orbliip of an uletilrio liglil Hyulu...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 March 1899

o \ I make the correct fitting of Glasses a Specialty. JF. W. HAYES , Jeweler and Optician. O o T 5 f > THfe T T * " \ / Has a very complete rh/KLc/Y * Qiieensf are , Mm , Dry Goois , j oots and Shoes , Wagons , Buggies , AndLcr10 , : FAR M MPLEMEN1S , Come and sec me , and 1 promise you good goods and prices as low as the lowest. O. DP * . For Infants and Children. The Kind Yotr Have Always Bought slmilating U\cTooclandEcqula- \ ling ItieStQiiiflcbs aiulDo\vcls of Bears the i * 1 Signature Promolcs'DIgieslion.Ciiccrful- nessandltest.Coalcilns nratlvcr Opium"Morpliinc nor Mneral. NOT NARCOTIC. The Kir Apcrfccf Remedy for Constipa tion , Sour Stomach Dial rhoea. Worms .Convulsions ncssaridLossoi You liava TacSimile Si nnlurc "f t Sj & * KEW YORK. . . THE CCNTAUn OOMPANY. niWTORK CITY. 3& S. II HfHNIIAM. I'ru-ldiMil I Inc. In , Neb H O. HOGKRS , Cashier , Broken Bow. O. I1. IMSHLKV , V 1'rt'i , Hi lu n How J M KIMUEIILINQ , Am't Cafblcr First National Bank , " OF BROKEN HOW...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 March 1899

CDSTEH mm REPUBLICAN 11. M. AMSllICUUy , Vulillilior. nnnicnN now , NEIJU'.SICA NEliKASKAKEWS. Seine cases of rtcarlot fever prcv.il nt Dlllcr1 , iiiul fonts arc expressed tlia the disease nmy spread. Al a farmers' Institute In Lockrldgi lawiiHhlp , York county , a vote win taken as to I i condition nf wlntci wheat , pnc-half the farmers preseni Voted that wheat was damaged 50 pci ciint. ciint.Henry Henry Lowmyrc , a prosperous farm er living a few miles south of Dlllor had his left hand accidentally caught In a corn Bhellcr and three flngori wcro mashed BO bndy that amputation wan neceflsary. Martha Htohllk , a domestic employed In the family of L. Drc-dhi of Cteto committed Biilcldo by taking poison ! The girl was only 1'J years old. No cause can bo given for the net. Her parents are farmers. I'axton & Gallagher of Omuha arc preparing to open a branch house In Hustings and have already secured a lease on the Shedd block at 817-819 Went Second street , one of the best locations...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 March 1899

TALMAGrE'S ' SEEMON. "THE 8VAR WORMWOOD" LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. "Thwre Fell a Great Star from Heaven , Ilarntni ; It Wer and It Fell Cjion the Third Fort of th * Itlreri , Etc. " n r. 81 10. Patrick and Lowth , Thomas Scott , Matthew Henry , Albert Barnes and some other commentators say that the star Wormwood of my text was a typo of Attlla , king of the Huns. Ho was BO called because ho was brilliant as a star , and , Hko wormwood , ho embit tered everything ho touched. Wo have studied the Star of Dothlohcm , and the Morning Star of Revelation , and the Star of Peace , but my subject calls us to gaze at the star Wormwood , and my theme might bo called Brilliant Blttor- nuss. nuss.A A moro extraordinary character his tory does not furnish than this man , Attlla , the king of the Huns. The atory goes that ono day a wounded heifer come limping along through the fields , and a herdsman followed Its bloody track on the grass to see whore the heifer was wounded , and went on back , furth...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 March 1899

I * ) ChUroh liL riw > K JLi -OIllliaTIArt ClimiCIJ. Your prt'M'iicu ii glft-lly otl ut every nyiiliu -ivio - Seven a l' ' in * to UIB iliuteli mill two to tliu liiuleuvur hint Suujlny nvHUiig The orili. nnnoo of buptiHin will in < torod at HID uli'Mf of tlic Horinon. "UuaHOUH for llio I'Aistuiiijo of llie ( JliriHtmii Oluiroli" will l > Uio pai- tor'rt morii'liK ' tlm/iio , : inil ut 7'JO : in tliu evening In * will t | iinik ) OhriHltho Gn-ai IMiyniowi" . IIAITIHT OIIIIIUMI , ScrvioiiH next riuinliiy inoniliif ; mid ovciiiiiB tIi" iiHUiil hours. At 11 o'clock lliu piiHtor will proaoh on miBHioiih. Kor the nvimmj ; the Indies have arranged an inJH ionary 'lio public 'IH invitml. CASK , I'KKKis * , At I he homo of the bride , 1 < Y1I > , 18W , by llcv J. U. Iliirlbut , Mr. Jamil ) Chime and Minn lint tie IVrkim. HAYKS , BAKKU , At the par Honshu in WoHtoi villo , hy Kev. .1 ( } , Hurlbiit , Air. Frank llajen and MiimAliiiu Baker , Full. Oth , 1899. They iiiiinudiaU'ly...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 March 1899

State UUt LttKMhn Society VOL , XViL BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 23,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 37 Our Monday Afternoon Ssle I - HARRY DAY & CO. _ 300 pieces of Lace , from 2 to 6 yards in length , choice , lOc 23 pairs of Ladies Shoes , worth $3.25 , - - for $1.98 13 Ladies Mackintoshes , worth $4,00 , - - at $2.25 1 40 pair of Men s Overalls , worth 60 cents , - - for 39c 35 pair of Men's Pants , worth $1.00 , - - 60c Don't forget that we have re- i ceived the "best and largest line of Clothing ever received in Cus- tsr County. will be donated to all callers on St. Patrick's mornitiLS Maroh I7tb , & Any bar is good enough till the wind begins to blow , { ! Then yon wish it wore a Kelly BO you could lower it and go , ) i&H $1 m I 1m I m I ? Jfe * m ; > Any Style , AT- Edwin F. Myers' Repair Shop , | | Opposite Farmers Bank , - - Broken Bow , Nebr. A'jjf" yjt Shop open Irom 7 to 9 a. m. ; 12:40 : to 1:20 : , 4 to 0 p. ra , and mi sfj all day Sat...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 March 1899

I : ! I DICK RODNEY ; i 1 1 OP , The Adventures of I 8 An Eton Boy. , . OV JAMES GRANT ' 1311 > ? . ( Cqnllmiiijl. ) "Bah ! " grinning mud the Spaniard , , nnd nhowlilg h row"of rihnrp. white teeth , under'n dirty null sable mus tache ; " ( hoilgh 1 mild HO , I knew bet tor. A flhlphoy seldom has a gold watch like this , ! ' ho added , displaying my gold repeater. "Now , wo shall keep you ; and If this scninnn after ho has first sworn that ho will not bo- trny us dois , not return to us herewith with $500 within J.wo hours after oun- sot , prfr el" ( hero ho made n dreadful vow In Spnnlsh ) , "we will IOHS you like n dead dog Into the vontana of the mountain. Look down , nnd see whnt n Journey Is before you , " ho added , with n diabolical smile , ns ho dragged mo to the beetling cdgp of the chasm nnd forced mo to look Into It. Our eyes hnd now become so accus tomed to the light of the gallery or grotto thnt'the rays of sunshine fallIng - Ing through the fissure nbovo us were suf...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 March 1899

V GET A BIO "AD" CONTRACT. Largest AdvrrtUIng Contrnct Kvor Placed In Chicago. The N. K. Falrbank Company , whoso advertising amounts to Bovcrnl hun dred thousand dollars per annum , has just completed arrangements to do all Us advertising through the Mahln Advertising Company. This Includes nil advertising In newspapers , high- class magazines , street cars , etc. John Leo Mahln , the president of the Mahln Advertising Company , IB widely known , and the securing of the N. K. Fair- bank Company contract Is a compll ment to his ability. J. H. Snltzlor , the secretary and treasurer has had n long and honorable business career In this city. Slnco opening their ofllco Dec. 28 last they have secured , aside from the N. K. Falrbank Company contract , forty-eight customers whoso business will aggregate $200,000 per annum. They will move from their present rooms to the fifth floor of the Now York Life Building Into greatly en larged quarters , to accommodate their rapidly Increasing busine...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 March 1899

f iiMMicil wy TliHtmUj1 i' ' ' Hmnly Hcnl > , lUi'AJUHIIMMtVi tulllor M'Oflttv In ( liirivr Illm-ki , I'titirlli At i > . * V il A ) lliMi'iiMnnliM nl lltodnn Mow , Noli , , PrntillfUfiiilfmlliil , fet IrniimitlMlmi tnriiiiKii llli > ( I , H , Ilinllc , HUIIHUWI'TION I'lllUIC 0 g Vrnr , In mlviinni VI I'llUUHIMY , AIAIUMI. ui ; , lunii , Avoolt from next Tni'mliiy IN oily olcotitin. _ Thorn wvrn mil ) ln\lf 11 ropulihunin wlio wimi uitn lil by lliti olllr.on'ii null I UP I Hiitiiriluy ni lil , lloforu olouLion iluy thuy will iloiililloMM HOD llliil llioy wort ) fooled. Tliu tlnmopop unuutiH Httiinlny nlht | { Imd very mtiuli tlio np | tmr- nnuu of liuviii | { IIIIIHI | muli'il. , ) , .1. \Vilnon , lliu noinliiii ) Tor mayor , l > ol rour-llflliH ol Ilio vole on llio Itilonnnl linllot , Tim ( lomiMHiUH iioinplnli'ly ' imp - llirptl llio HO- dulled "oilir.un'H uon- vuntion litHl Hiitimlny ni lit , the IIOJIN hnliii | HIIIHI | | | > I | with ono tioun- olliniin In tlio p...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 March 1899

THE FIGHTING AS TOLD BY THE BOYS Interesting Letters Eroni Members of Company M. .KKOM JOHN UENJAMIN. Manila , Philippine Island" , Campi ' Santa Mui-a , Fob. 10 , 18UO. Dear folks at home ; 1 have n little tune now and will try and give you a litllu dotjoription of our light , It uomtnunccd on Saturday uigh . Ono ot uur outposts nliot an insurgent lieutenant and two nol- diers the first crack out of tlio box. llo came very ntjar shooting our co'onol and we had ordern to got him if any body. That night he came up to our line * and our sou- try halted h : n but IIH did not atop as soon aa llunot r thought he ought to , so ho pul a bnllol through h'm ho.irl Two more soldiers jumped out and they got the name dose , and BO it started. Wo all getup up and fell in as soon as the first shots wore fired , and by the time they began tiring on the oamp we were out and goiny to our position. If wo had been just a little Blower we might have lost lots of men , for our oamp was just riddled with...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 March 1899

CHSTER CODNTY REPUBLICAN D. At. AISIIKUUr , Vublliher. BDQKEN HOW , - NEHUSKA , NEBRASKA NEWS. Thoro'lB not a vacant house inVy - moro. . Julian nnd Auburn have had some fatal cas * of corobro spinal monln- Kills. The proposition to refund tlio $2l,00 ( water bonds of the city of Tccuinsoli ; from 0 to 4 % per cent was defeated. + * Stnto Treasurer Mchorvo has Issued fy n call for $50,000 of general fund war- ft rants , tlio call to become effective March 20. Tlio warrants called foi are numbered from 41,211 to 40,001. Revival services have licon hold In Fremont the last two weeks , wllli very good success. They nro under the auspices of tlio Uaptlst , Mothodlet , Prcabytorlan and Congregational churches , John U. Doyle , tbo engineer kmod In thq wreck at West Lincoln , was a charter inoinbcr of Cairo ( III. ) lodge No. 117 , A. 0. U. W. , but wns BUS- ponded about eleven yours ago tor non-payment of nsscssniontfl. Ho was well Hkod there , by these \vlio know him mid It was with reg...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 March 1899

A Fierce Battle In the Vicinity of Tagulg. THE REBELS SEVERELY PUNISHED In the Dnrknesa TITO Americans Are Killed mid Twenty Wounded Lieuten ant Frank Jones Among fallen 1'rop- crty of Insurgents Valued at 8800,000 Is Destroyed and Over Two Hundred Native * Killed. MANILA , March 20. Some of the rebels recently expelled from Cavlte and small towns in the vicinity of Pasig combined forces and last night as already cabled attacked a com pany of the Washington volunteers , a detached post at Tagulg , about a mlle and a half southeast of Pasls , General Wheaton Immediately rein forced the Americans with two com panies each of the Washington and Oregon regiments. The post had held the enemy in check and the fire of the reinforcing companies repulsed them , driving them across to an Island form ed by the estuary. They wore thus in control of the Twenty-second regi ment. On discovering that they wore en trapped the rebels fought desperately , n.dcd materially by the Jungle and the darkness...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 March 1899

I'ntor Book ol Goorplown wn u friendly oallur yiiulenlay. Fred lllntib rot timed from a two wettks vinit in II ot Spring * S ft ) Fri day. Job printing of dvery description nently nnd promptly executed nt office. J.N. Uidenour , Morni , wa n city vitdtor yestorday. We acknowledge a friendly call , I ntn now prepared to do plain family Hewing , alm > dniKn mnking. Ut MICH lii , i , IK KINU. A vote for Koss Picket for city clerk will be a vote to encourage ' in laudable ambi a young' man a tion. At tlio Rcliool cnimiR Saturday Dr J.J.Pickolt and W.B.Eafiham were nominated momberH of the Hcliool I oard. Wm. Harold , of Jloosier , at tended the assessoss meeting on Tuesday. lie is assessor of Unycs township. The dedication of the new M. 1C. church will be on Sunday , April yth , instead of caster Sun day , as some understand. A packed caucus secures a nomination , but the demo-pop crowd will find that it does not always insure success at the polls. (3. W. 13etl : and wife are in the ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 March 1899

XViI , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA THURSDAY , , MARCH 30,1899--EIGHT PAGES , NO 38 4 New Line of Spring Goods Just Received at arryDay&Co's We have Special Bargains ] j six days In the week. Our Stock Is complete and up- to-date. Prices the best In the city. Call and "be " convinced. l ' 'r , * * * . , " i.- AERY DAY & CO. 1-V Mi % * K& . - : : . MWiSTO ' . . . : . . . : . - . Kiv..i.v.1.'e. . : ' : . : ' . ! " . : . . . . " - . -i./.i. * . ; : l iCiiV.lft.V/i ; / : % le > i. > ; V.IuavV2 ; Vv : ! > A ! . > * L- $ ® My Wheels Are Here and so | ijw M Mi * Are mjr Sundries. 1 SSi i'r $ g P &il Lot me quote } 0u Ris . : m A'-- : ? : J ! ftr1 . : . j.- * fee S itl' * tiaploftr1 $ tt 1 ttK il 1 -AT- * K 1I es PSfj # ruan and Wreght j'.ires , 28 j'ncl * 0 50 , jrM X Ray lamp .1 75. $ ; Tourists Ciik > ; .1.00. | 1M Sj-okop per loae - . . .25. g& Fiber niipa per p ir 15. 1Mm Too < 'li- < . . [ ; IK r ii r.r - 05. TrouscrunHf. . m p r piir ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 March 1899

44 One Swallow Does Not Make a Spring. " Myriads of birds announce the opening of bright days and bring promise of renewed health and strength. They teach us a lesson to set our human house in order by thoroughly cleansing our blood , making it new , pure and bright. Tlio one Hpcclflc witli which to ac complish tills is Hood's1 iSarnaparilla , America's ( jrcatoKl Sprln { ? Medicine Its work is thorough , nnd | ? oed health in sure to follow. Rheumatism " IiHliimmntory rheu matism rmi ( ! ( l mo tnilferliiK co that I could not slcfrp or walk. IIiul \ \ tappetlto mill mcdlchio' Kcumcil nsoli'fiH. Klnnlly HHIM ! Hood's ' fiari.-tparlllit which look n'wny nil pain. " yMits. &m.i.A Nonius , .Marlon , Ohio. IVIalarla- was a soldier , nnd uflor typhoid fovcr I bad fever nnd nRiie , rlieu- inntlHiu and nervous prostration MI Hint I could not work. Nothing helped until Hood's Snrnnp.'irllla ' cmwl md cotnplctoly no that I ioso iii > tlmo now. " J. flsSin.r.MA.v , Clicllculmm , I'.t ,...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 March 1899

The Pioneer Medicine is Ayers Sarsapartlla Before sarsaparillas were known , fifty years ago , it began its work. Since i then you can count # : tlie sarsa parillas by the thousands with every variation of imita tion of the original , except - cept one. They have never been able to im itate the quality of the pioneer. " " When you see Aytfs on a bottle of sarsaparilla - parilla that is enough ; you can have confidence at once. If you want an 'experiment , buy anybody's Sarsaparilla ; if you want a cure , you must buy [ The Sarsaparilla which made Sarsaparilla famous ] CET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. Give riders that satisfied feeling that comes from the knowledge that they have the best. Made by the POPE MFG , GO , Means Satisfaction , COLUMBIA SIX1' CHAINLESS , $75 HARTFORD BICYCLES , - - $35 COLUMBIA CHAIN WHEELS , $50 VEDETTE BICYCLES , $25 and $26 JUVENILE BICYCLES in all slzos , from S2O to S25. sS & s. POPE MFG. CO. , Hartford , Gonn , "HE THAT WORKS EASILY , WORKS SUCCESSFULLY. "...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 March 1899

v PVMM V/KP toW * 2ttV ? ' " / # " ' WW.fflMWfffiti&'W&tyfttiS / bfrfiWJlWwWi * Vmw / * Afl'.VJfr' > n . H Vm .W / * " * . * . / VrW.V/AVmVs1/-VWJ/ / W.V/k / 1 i Closing Sale ! ' CD S ) m ! j fl 34r I Bill Owing to the death of Mr. J. { $ . SalislDury , the firm of T , M. | y d & J. W. Salisbury will sell its | stock of Dry Goods , Clothing , | Boots and Shoes at very reduced | j prices. These goods must "be- sold | and the store closed. | j T , M , & J , W , SALISBURY. | S. W. Corner Public Square. | a ? Sar : Oto , Published erery TbariiUy At the Co only Beat. SI.rAMHUI-.KKV , Keillor rOfflco in Canter lllock , Fourth ATO.-C * Kntered ot Iho poptofflce at Broken How , Web , M lecood cUm mttlor , for transmliilou through tut U. 8. mulls. SUliSCHIITION I'ltlOU : no tear , In iwlvnnco fl.Ou THURSDAY , MARCH. 30 , 1801) . KEPUULICAN CITY TICKET. ForMfcyor . KU ROTSB ForClcrk . K.l . PICKKTT For Treu'ircr . , .H. Q. ROOBI13 PorUnRlnoer . E. F. UcOLUHK Pint Ward . J ,...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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