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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 15 August 1901

tiRNATK HILLS. rrouso roll las , "liyTovnus , for pt-oti-c- tloa of Hull , tfiinu' and Inseetlvcrouft birds. Tlu tfovornor Is nmdt > tin- game tuitl n h coininlwloiipr , nnd is imtliorlv.od ( o iippolnl Iwo tk-piity coin- inlsHioiK rs. OIKIK nitlcd tla1 clilof deputy nnd fdmll iwidi. jn J.lnpoin ; tin- other Hlinll bu sklllud In the sclimt-p of flsli cidtiiiv nnd linvc conlrol nnd iimniiKcini'ntr'or nil llsh lifin-liorlps in the slntc. Kych < o rcrulvt- snlary ol' $1'JOU IIPnnnilin. ) . 'Flu1 trovornor is also nntliirizeil | 0 appoint , ! . : . . ( . . nioi-o dfnntlps nl -nhir.v or air. . , month , dni'lint MIC tln.o nrtiiiill.v < 'iiin. . \ 'd tin- dnr dlft'cilon op * HH > ! i'i.ii ' , . They nre lo he nllowi'd .fin : ! ( jiri i'l. for Irnvpllftr cxpons 's , nnd i , . imv ' ( ijlli-fs nt llu > caiiltol. 'l'o , - * aioliiT nnd hN donitlo tinnini ! , - dll ; clnls of ( ho j-uup with nil thp pi.n-pr of 'SlirrJITs mid eoi.-taliloN , Mlii- ! ; i < t Iny within the line...

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 — 15 August 1901

etty , of be F3y J. II. CONNELLY. Op/tight , vm ' rt ISWV bj Itnlwrt Howrt Ron * . [ All tlchti OI1APTKK XlX.-TmUlnupiU "Hut It In dilTorotii with the niun who jovorns ami titlliw- the mighty nn-1 wlfl-movliiK forces of tlio mill , lie con trols the fierce fires ih.it molt tlio Blub- born ore : wields tremendous mnchiii- ry thut shapes the unwilling met id to his dcairo : nothing Is lee hurd or ton heavy his cnrs is n tlmt fills Mr him ; the roar nnoiHi in pndKo of his gcnlim and might ; nature Hiihmi slvoly obeys Ills will , his pulses Hwell and thrill with the conscious. BOSS of power , and ho boars himself erect with the dignity of tnttfltorlioo.il. n at duos not the world of to-day ewe to tin men who make the iron ! They are the erne kings of clvlli/.atlon. Prnellonlly , * 11 that is fushlonod , all that is done , all that is thought for the world's progress < -day Is rooted In their wort ; . The first iron worker was a Rod , and a Rod among pods , mind yon. What would .loves...

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 — 15 August 1901

INCREASE OF LONDON HOTELS. I'rcncnt Cnraratmnry Accommodation * of the WorM'rt Cupitul. With a population of 0,500,000 , Ixm- Son harbors evt'ry day 1J0,000 ! stran- fern. Some may remain a week , some t month , but all the year around there Is an aver.ijic of 120,000 visitors who ire within me metropolitan boundar ies. No citj In the world can exhibit luch a proportion a second's consider- itlon will show that it is stupendous. The lirst thing arising Is , Where Is this army harborcdV Itoughly It maybe bo said to bo spread out all over Lon don , but when particular inquiry comes to bo made It Is found that only 70 per cent of the gross total actually ipoud the night In the metropolis , while less than 17,000 put up at recognised hotels. In other words , 17,000 persons bngagcd hotel rooms yesterday in Lou- flon , while over US.OOO stopped In pri vate houses or with friends. These figures have not been achieved hur riedly or without much Inquiry and dllllculty , owing to the lack of ...

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 — 15 August 1901

No Better Ticket Could Have Been Nominated. A LIVELY CONTEST , BUT VERY FRIENDLY. Comnetant , Representatives and Popular Men Selected Iw the Tray The Largest Republican County Convention Held in tiic County For Several Years. The republican oounty oonvcu. lion hold in this nity Saturday wan one of the larguHt that has been held tu this county. Every town Hhip was represented but ono and thuro wore but few delegates iibHcnt. It WasaslinM a body of representative men as ever assembled in Ouster county on any politiiwl ocoaHHion. The convention was called to order by Chairman Morgan. I'rayer was oll'ered by , ltev. E. A Knight , The pcoretary of the county con trol i.ominitlcb road the call , after which a temporary organization was effected by electing J. D. IlaHlcoll of Atnold , chairman ; II. K. Atkis- BOM , secretary ; and Walt Geortje , ascistajit Houretary. For temporary c-lnirman , A. It | . ! nd .1 D. llankull wire LI rainatud. Mr. Huhkcll having received iho majority of votes...

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 — 22 August 1901

SUto lilst Librarian Society J. ' VOL , XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 22 , 1901.--EIGHT PAGES. NO , 10 , T h ' - [ y e Of a N e c cl I e V 'I i , ii'-i \vi. r > f din 2 vi y i lii- ' in DM i ii' OH 'h- . i . liUr i M .1 til HUH H i < Irt.'l ( ' , I" iliti IHIHV , liiiinul hoiiM-tt f.1 , \v fi jr-eimr forri ) tiimiill t , . tnlk ( if nil the Opliciaiis in a I CJirii > t.inii'li > in Let nio iel. < vo tfii' , 'in1 ' ' , htiHuifd , o\er tto : ! ml , m mm * IMFIW yo , r norvo'i < CM. r-y , mid take you buck to tti" il i\- \\1 , < n jon never knu.v you li. > t i JOB. t.i.'uhmte of Chlrnirn Oillinlniii' | Collccc. i School Hooks , Tablets - ANl > r 'Schbol Supplies , -AT- J. G. Haeberle's ; Attractions Booked I'ortlio Six nighta , Pcpl. 'J.'ircl lo 28 < li , the Lennon Stock Oompany. Ono niclit , October ISib , the Which is Who1 Company. One night , Outober 31at , Wooil nnil Ward , in their Juliy Jiii lint ; Farce , A " I he M...

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 — 22 August 1901

It Custcr County Republican Bk H AMHUKIlttT , K.tUor n > \ r WU in KKUU.K5K1 Borne of the world \\orst c t vaughl o t In the rain. The fftvttrtttt s nmivy of the other prfe * io s. Is Women are sttld to lx plmuiinit s bll- Uon ollnr mlulnp tr M U is under- tiHHl the Rh\r\ ! will IH > nwk.M dawn to W. Th XPW Yorfe * an who h s "Wed Sap * for $ i.\VtVX > ouuUt to \ > * l ltUM If he re ! l.v extwls to Ct nnr of It. Ciar NtcM < has p r l > nHl ) a lot of atudcnts. If the new lb.v hsd IKVU a Iwy he roltht even ha\e turwwl a few There * re t\\v dlft'erwit Wwds of me . Give i > r plr < * of n pi > nd he will hang hlrn lf ; jlvt < a ! Mtlr plwe to tlie other and he will fw > a cordage tns t. After A maw PHS ahpad o the extent of a million or two h < throw s away the jxvkrtpliva he parrM for luck and claims he won through sheer ability and iH > r > evtrawce. ! The man wh > gl\es away a million dalLim has CM > ! to be a wonder In this country , ...

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 — 22 August 1901

SELJSOT 7E vv MAN ADMIRAL JOHNSON TO TAKE THE PLACE OF SAMPSON. Hrnltli In I.nldir Knlllnic Mny A k For , Jtftlli-r Jlolurn Ditr < > f n < illr < iiiirnl Ao- | tlonof lpiiirlitiiuit Di-ulitrril to llnva no IlunrliiKiin HcliIcy WASHIMOTON , Ang 13. The navy department had selected Hear Admir al Mortimer L. Jo insun , now In corn- iiiand at tlio Fort Hoyal naval station , I" .succeed Admiral Sampson In coin- niiiiul of Uic Boston navy yard , when the latter olllcur shall retire. The formal appointment has not been made , as It IN not known how fioon Admiral .Sampson may wish to bo relieved , or whether he will wait until his retirement from the ficrvlco next February , However , It | .s usual when the retirement of an olllcor IB ahead to look about for those avallablo to succeed dim , find this led the dc- pvrtincntsoino weeks ago to detcr- inln upon Admiral Johnson for the prospective service. It has been known /or some tlmo to navy department of- iloliils that Admiral Sa...

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 — 22 August 1901

k. . .I , rr > * ' gu01ct ( So * Vnbllelicd otcry Thntmtfty nt tlie Conuty Host 1) ) . M. AMSltr.UKV. . . _ J ta-OHlco In OuMor Ulock , Konrth Arc. ' Entered nt thn iKTCtntilco nt llrokrn How , Null , ni Bucoml-olOKn nmlU'r for Irnncmlprluti tliroiiK' UioU. S.MnllH. SOU8C1U1T10N 1'UlUli : Ono Y. onr , In R'lvmicu . ? ! * AM'KHTIHNU KAT1W Oiivrolninti , tier inoiiili , $7 oil. ( inc-lmlf c < il- umn , per month , 31 fti Oiinrur mlmnii , | ipr mnnth , SI ! WM \ * limn < | iiint"r ruliintu , 6U cents per lucli ( icr iiiuntli. Cttds on tlrel paKO , CO ci'iits pif Inolii t'Of ' ranntlt. , , bocalnUortlilii5 | c lii ! < ] > ? r Hue eiicli Inecr- Nollcoof clinrch fnlrf , nn.mi Ui > nml ditortaln- muiits nlicto money In cniitniil niii-.lmlf jnlcn . inlloiiK oiiu-lmlJ fJiti < . Soclct ) nollcua Einl nc. Wuihllngi otlo-8 rri'e. liaK i > tlntor i list of incfoiili ! . DcatlumttooA fr o , lialf prl for obitiKirynotlMB , nnd r irili "f UittiiUB. ptuvliltd liy s'utiltus of...

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 — 22 August 1901

f ] J. O , Shedtl mnrkntod a loud ofORB \ \ nt C.ulrtwfty todny Mlsa Eva Wnilil npt m of Orlello , ie spending the week with her HMtur Hire. C. G. Empfield. Mr. .InnifH Wnddiiijtlon , of 'B-rry , Montana , nccninpttuiod by hia brother \\illlnin , of Clif , IH vielthip among friunda in Unetor. Fine uontht'r for tanking hay , but a ppnkiiu > ii > would bo bunuficinl for corn whh'h tla-ro is a much bettor crop tluuivaa nntii'ijmti'il. II. o , Donnt'1 II-M ir.vrs' " 1 in ono liui'lii-1 urn ! lifiy ' i-t I npKCHt tl'nt , > < ( < li H I'u' ' tiiH ir- I t > r their b1 > tttnr may x ve bun tin j.iu I mi" . Si-vtril ditvi Miii'n . MiUU-r 'wnrd ' Mi-fail wnti j-iHt'd from n bail ' Nay , dHnuiUnj * bis K'U urni at tbo I ow nn.l brpakiii * Mo < "in l 'Ut"i Mu I'lho'A JUT \viict. 1 . ) . Tullwr p'lii/lit- IHM | ( Hit tli liink'i ' and ICli'ic wib bo all iit'll ! t.liortlv. ( Omitted from Inn wee ! ; . ) B n 1C npfii'ld'rt two yo'ir o'd ' ' ifor droppid twin cnlvo.n f-'rtt...

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 — 22 August 1901

etty , or fbe nldrje. By J. 11. CONNELLY. > JRTO d ll ) . br nobctt lion ertSoru. fAII Hcbta rowrml J C11APTKU XX.-Continued. ( ) "I sec. A charmingly s.tiicin.itU' and ( niproving course. You need more time Cor reading , n home of your own to do jour leading in , nnil Homebody to look Alter what you read. And 1 nec-d some- f iiorty to brighten my lionm and IMS a now Interest to mi' . superior to my book * , of. which I think I ha\o Hail enough for a while. 1 want my Imttlo of bachelordoin broken l i let i\w \ out Into the current whentin - rest of tinI'mlies who at least look happier-are swimming. Suppose we combine our rciiulu-nionts and in so doing lind satisfaction for tin-in all. Let as get IDMiTli'il. What do you say ? " Mary lu-Hiiated. hung her head , fi'lt her cheeks' reddening with a blush unseen In tin1 deepening obscurity of the owning and sighed a gentle : "Yes. " Pol-Imp * she lind not long cherished the hope that some day Undo David would make such u proposal to he...

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 — 22 August 1901

11 H ve an Abiding Faith in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. After years of struggle to attain and merit public confidence , with a flrra and steadfast belief that some day others would recognize in us the truth , good fnith , and honesty of purpose which we know we possess , what a genu ine satisfaction it ia to succeed , and to realize the uplifting influence- the merited confidence of a vast army of our fellow beings. Thus stands the Pinkham name in New England , and nil over America , and nowhere is the faith in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound greater than in New England , its home. Merit , and merit alone , can gain this. /t ORGANIC INFLAMMATION. " DEAR Mns. PINKHAM : I was troubled very badly with inflamma tion of the bladder , was sick in bed wlth it. I had two doctors , but they did mo no good. A friend pave mo Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound , and it helped me. 1 have now taken three bottles of it , and I am entirely cured. It is a God-send to any woman ,...

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 — 22 August 1901

il . ir * > < fi . . .A 44 ft will See AT li ' { ' J ? At BROKEN BOW , SEPT. 25-6-7 , 19Q1. f't - THE RAGE PROGRAflTt t > " splendid events with f'f Comprises wune | " good purses. Many horses have for weeks f been1 training1 lor the fair , an'd a good mftny " from a distance have signified ' * 'their intention of coming here. The fact - that many fairs over the state have been - - declared off on account of the short crops - will make the racing feature of the Custea County Fair better than it has been in . .many "years. The 'big racing days will be on Thursday and Friday. , THE BflbbOOISi ASCENSION. * " * ! ' ' The managers of the fair desire to * personally guarantee the baleen ascension , as the greatest attraction of its kind in this .entjre country. ' It is the most expensive "affair the agriculture society has ever se cured and it will consequently be the best. The' ' aeronaut contrated with is Prof.W. A. | ; Ward , acknowledged by management of -parks , summer resor...

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 — 29 August 1901

VOL. XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 29 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO , i ! ThoEyftof a Noecllo. 'I ha ' < will li' fa bill ; riy f I.1 t fir-1 i t mo itiiinlen tj t1 111 .1 lilnPI i i.l linn a th i.irt I i > .1 In It M , Lurried | HHII\\II < with I.T < IItor foici' linn nil tl"- talk i > l nil tliu opticians in ill Clint ! ) union ) . Id mo id \ tit it i M- moo , friinined , rvonu > ik" . | , in rv us ry H ; I.vi > "iir nur\i ii enurp/imd tj ) ! . " y ni ' itok to t ! o 1 iya \\IIHII . > uni r know you had eye ( riuliiiti' of i liunirii Opllmltnlr School Hooks , Tablets AND- School Supplies , AT J. G. Haeberle's : Attractions Booked . I For i lie Six iihjhu , Sept. U.'inl to 28' li , the Lemma htocic Company. Ono nnrht , October 18th , tin ) Which IBVlio" Company. One nulit ; , October 81st , Wood nutl Waul , in them1 Jclsy Jiti 'int ' ; l'\\rco , "Iho Merry Train pa. " One nil-lit , Jjinimry 23rd , "MiuoncyV. Wedding Day. " pURIC Pi...

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 — 29 August 1901

K. i ' , r Custer County Republican P.M * AMSKKUIIY , ICilltor fttnt I'nblliliM BKOKICH Bow , - . NKUUASKJ fount It-mi tie Casli'llant- l < now buy- Ins muinni.es with Would money. It Uiis doesn't umko .lnj turn over In his irnive nothing will. "Go thou and do likewise to the ex f ent of thy ability" Is coml ntlrlce to those who are rojolclns ; In the bene- Lictlons of Mr. Carnegie. Whatever the fuiure of Cub-i , oue tnormons debt It w ill always owe to the military occupation of the I'atttd Btntcs , and that is the sanitary r wa- tratlon of the Island. The poor benighted Chino.'c < lo not 110w any bettor than to start rh * tote to pay the princlp.il of their liKl uUy debt. They should Irani sevwrul tea- tons In modem nuance. Mr. Flndliiy , on Australian editor und member of 1'arllnment , republlsbcd an wtlclc from a Dublin paper criticising King lid ward , and for his Indiscretion be was expelled from Parliament. Free pooch and free press have strings tied to them even In the...

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 — 29 August 1901

TKULED BY A MOB NIGHT OF TERROR FOLLOWS MIS SOURI LYNCHING. f N 'j ror I'ott'i-il to Klco Thomnntl Whites On on Tour tif Kxtoriiitnntlnn Every Illnck Miulu Target llnudi'S Ituriici ) nntl Agt'il Man Crmnntud. Pumai ! OITV , Mo. , Aug. 21. For nearly fifteen hours , ending about noon yesterday , this town of'3,00ti , pco- pic has bpen in the hands of a mob of armed whites , determined to drive every negro from Its precincts. In ad dition to the lynching last night of 'Will God ley , accused of the wanton murder Sunday afternoon of Miss Ga zelle Wild , and the shooting to death of his grand father , French Godlcy , the mob yesterday cremated Pete Hampton , an aged negro , in his home , Bet the torch to the houses of five blocks , and with the aid of the state militia rifles , .stolen from the local company's arsenal , drove dozens of ne groes from town. After noon the ex- o'fnmont ' died down , the mob gradual ly dispersing mr rj from lack of negroes upon which to wreak their hatred 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 — 29 August 1901

( flttslct ( Ho. Vubllthcd oTt-ry TtmrRjny nl tlie Comity 8ont. JCai. AMSUEltilY. ' " . "Editor tO-OOlra In Cuetur Bloclt , Fourth Avo.ir Entered nt llio yoalc.nicu nt IlroUcii Uow , Neb. , AiBucoml.oIiu < funiiUirfortrnnt < mli > ploiitlirouKti UioU. S.MMIH. 8UUB01U1TIUN i'HICB : Ona Voar , In nilvniico . 81 < X ) i ADVKHTISINO UATICS. " One column , per inftnlh , S'.OO. Ono-lmlf col < umn , PLT inontn , $ IW i uirtcr column , pur inontli , S2.M ) Ix-i-n limn quiitlcr rolutiin , M cents JUT Incli | icr inonlli Cerdii tin fltst I'age ' , CO cents per llieli , \ < ot month , Local mlvcrllMugrt ceuln per lluo I'nch later- tlon. Notice of church fair * , gocliUilen nml vnlorlnlu * mi'iiti wlioto money Is cliiUK''d , one.hnlf rutce. hoclclj iiuliccs uml lui-fimloiif , onu-Iiiilf rule * . \Vedillut ! i utlceB fiec. huif price for puullMiliiy list of ptci-oiit * . , , , . , Denth notice * free , linlf | itlci > for imblli'liliij , ' obituary notleen , slid cnnls of tl...

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 — 29 August 1901

Ortulln Novs * Corn is being nut nnd shocked ( or feed , Thiavnlloy wns blcfMcd with three showers lant week.M of an inch lull. Grandma IdhvatiH continue rTHi tiui faun- , though kin" is euiiuwhnt \\fak IT. Mrs. Union illpartedfor Iluneston Iowa last i uosdny havlug lucoived word o ( her fathur's donth. Quito a number of Ortello projilo at tended an Ict'-croam rocial at Mnplo gtovo last Friday n gbt. Mr.'iin ' U'tuldin.'iMi w ! < > Ins bp.eii vigil n u t * tinii . < l n.i ! Mon- day f I I'i'W , ( 'ulimtiiu , v h otic of bin luot it i-i Itvrti. Mibs i'aV.i Ulinnlonlin * 1 u- li-t-n visiting ut liyiio , ti.i < piiel wick , n - .1 n- nJ. i'd Mut.d.iy. I It-r f > ulur Mr * . ( ' ( J. Eniptielil ucr m-'ii.d her unit v , ill Bpi'iul a fodn > w.il , In" t/nn nn- . Thu rriiniiiunUy ui'.Q pi i , ul f ! r of the litMtli of Mrs. S'llilU. lusi S-i ,1 evenini. . l'r ! miKiiuasu < < > l duration utid ninny of llu > iiout did nntliiiuiv of it until | ii9t bi'f.ur . lu...

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 — 29 August 1901

* * 5 SS S ftft i By J. II. CONNBLLY. < \ Ittvt. fc ; Itabtn H < " Son * . [ An rUhU r < " r M J OlIAI'THU XX11.-Continued. ( ) Itilpldly then tlio throng Increased. The ocenslf.n was one that never failed to bring out not only tlio congregation but nlilo to comn practically even portum from mlles around , and from each of the throe convergent roads came dusty eques trians and crowded curry-alls , dearborns , wngiiim and buggies almost In proces sional form , until the available space un- T dur the grove and in the forest belt Hank ing It wan tilled , and saddle horses were * * * . hitched all along two sides of the graveyard - | yard lenee beyond. Stalwart men , plump , . mlling matrons. Ii repressive boys and pretty girls , losoute with health and pnrkling with gentln excitement , throng- td the scene , kindly greetings , cheery sal- ntiition. . lli ' jingle of harness and tlio tit'iglilug of li-irses stirred the lazy echoes ; tlm air was full of the fresh smell of trampl...

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 — 29 August 1901

Plnntn PnlwondlM to Animal- . The bulletin from the Montana 13x- jfperlmont Station gives a list of four- I teen species of plants which are known lor strongly suspected of poisoning unl- | Wls. Among them are the lupines , ! Jwhlch killed 100 out of 1200 bucks fed on Jiny , and in 18D8 some 12,000 sheep from eating ripe lupine on the range. The l < Jtrouble hcems to be In the ripe or near- 3y ripe seed. The purple and tall lark spur killed 40 cattle In the Gnllutln IValloy when other plants were covered i [ with snow ; aconite' , water hemlock and : nightshade have proved poisonous to th man and boast. In 1808 , a dairyman - ] man had n field of outs so badly smut- fi ! > d that he cut them for buy instead ! jbf letting the grain ripen. Out of 30 cows which were given one feed of It , S2 died within 18 hours having both gastric anil cerebral trouble. Ergot on native grasses Is claimed to have killed a number of horses In from six to eight hours , the muscles of the throat bei...

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 — 29 August 1901

French Ambassador at Con stantinople Moves Out. PORTE FAILS TO KEEP PROMISE. Turkish Ambassador Tcl jjraph d Net ' to Return to His Post In Paris Now 1 That Proceodlngs Have Gone So Far Constans Starts for Home. Purls , Aug. 28. A -mlofflcI l at hn bean Issued , announcing tb t tht rorte , not having icjirled out Us un dertakings with rvs.ml to the aUpatwti questions between the French and Qt- totnnu governments , M. Constaits , the French ambassador , acting under in structions troiu the foreign mtatsttr of France , left Constantine * ! * Aug. 20 , the date named in hit test cotutsu- nlcatlon to the porte on th subject. An arrangement had be u attecteU Aug. 17 , and its terms drafted by the Ottoman lorelgn minister , with the ap- pi-oval of the sultan , who had prom ised M. Constans that the text stiuulU be Immled to him Aug. IS. M. Constuna telegraphed to Parts Aug. 19 that none of the promise * had boon fullllled , and M. Delcuss * . ruin- Istor of foreign affairs. Aug. SO tola- ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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