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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 8 June 1899

V / .TO THRESHERMEN , And tlioso contcmplntlng bit , Ing n We arc handling the Gciser Engine and Separator. Thi Machine dlff < > r * compwhat from other mac1 lues The boiler has R devi 'p whloli pre vents the wntor f'oiu bpcmning 'ow ' in jjoli'K down or up lull , to oping the crown Blicot find llunfl LMVrroil , prevents them Irorn being hurueo out , The Sepiirntor Ims no MCVPB or nuvtlnng to bother in changing from ono kind of grnin to another , which pan bo done without stopping the ma chine. If you ro thinking of buying write or call on us , runl wo will fend catalogue , which explains the machine thoroughly. Wo propose to stnrt nil mnchinofi sold by tie , and HUO that everything is In Rood or der. Remember if you buy of usou willmt have to wait for an expert - pert hvo or three weeks. Wo will give you the bett outfit ever sold In dieter county. Wo can nlo iisalst In getting a competent i-nirinner. Can give eucli Instruction as will enable any person of ordinary ability to ...

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 — 8 June 1899

CDSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN D. M. ASISnnilUr , Vnullihnr. BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. t.r NEBRASKA NEWS. The livery barn lately opened by John Newman at Alma was burned. The fire was of nil incendiary origin. There was no insurance on the stock , most of which was gotten out. Loss , ( GOO. GOO.While While the 3-year-old daughter of Dlo Chcstum , living five miles Bouth of Decntur , was playing with an air gun , she caught her thumb in the lock , covering it nt the first Joint and bad ly mutilating it at the second. Louis R. Larson , who for several years has run a shoo shop In Fremont , has been adjudged insane. Hard drinking Is the cause of his mental disorder. For some time ho has Imagined that he was going to bo hyp notized , and has wandered aimlessly about the country. A water spout visited the northeast part of Cedar county thoroughly del uging the country. Houses were flood ed , barns and other buildings swept away , and some stock drowned. It is reported that every bridge on the Eas...

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 — 8 June 1899

SlJ V TALMAGE'S SERMON. JOY UNBOUNDED , LAST SUN DAY'S SUBJECT. The Great Divine Discourses to n Mul titude Hl Theme , "Now Spring" of Joy , " Ii Graphically Portrayed "Thou Hast Given Mo n South Land. " The city of Debir was the Boston of antiquity a great place for brain and books. Caleb wanted It , and he offered his daughter Achsah aa a prize to any one who would capture that city. It was a strange thing for Caleb to do ; and yet the nmn that could take the city would have , at any rate , two elements of manhood bravery and patriotism. With Caleb's daughter as a prize to fight.for , Gen. Othnlel rode Into the battle. The gates of Deblr were thundered Into the dust , and the city of books lay at the feet of the conquerors. The work done , Othnlel comes back to claim his bride. Hav ing conquered the city , It Is no great job for him to conquer the girl's heart ; for however faint-hearted a woman herself may be , she always loves cour age In a man. I never saw an excep tion to that...

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 — 8 June 1899

Harry Day & Cos In order to reduce the Salisbury stock ol Goods we recently purchased so as to en able us to consolidate our two stores as soon as possible , we will for the NEXT SIXTY DAYS cnotinue to give our customers better prices than they can secure at wholesale. We bought these goods in a lump , and at figures below eastern prices , hence we have no competitors in prices or quality of goods in Broken Bow. If you want real bargains in Dry Goods , Boots , Shoes , Clothing , Call and see us at SALISBURY'S OLD STAND , in the Realty Block. HARRY DAY & CO , L 11. Kennedy , Broken Bow , Nob. My dear Mr. Kennedy ; I am writing you today at the request of your son who is anxious you should know that ho is gutting along nice ly , Ho was shot in the right shoulder , the bullet entering a little above the lung and coming out at the back. Of course the wound is a serious one , but it , is by no means so serious as it would have boon a few years ago before the day of ascoptic surge...

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 — 15 June 1899

tf UI t LlbrAtUn Society VOL XVII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 15,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 48 , COLUMBIAN HAVE A. WORLD WIDE REPUTATION , FOK SAIK BY Bicycles , Edwin P. Sundries and . Myers , Repairing. Opposite Farmers Bunk. . 1 g f/ fK-4' " ! ' * WI4't I * rf4'w * ' ' * I5 * * * * ! * ' * * * ' * * ' ! & ' ; j7 V i"/ ( Vto : : v0 : $ f' % * ; / * ' Yg' ? " " " " " " " " " " " " " & 1 ii "II m ill ll I I & V' ! I h . S'.rL ; iftp. > ! * ' ft ! ? : J. OK HAEBEHLE. IS ? * g yYii gm & \i-Mit \ ! : * kzki\j \ ! i&y { ibw Farmers , ask my competitors if they can carry $1,000.00 of Insurance against Fire , Lightning , Tornadoes , Cyclones and Wind Storms for eight years for $15. That's what I can j do , and in a company that has over $27,000,000 of insurance " * * - * * - in force in this state. ' E. C. HOUSE. ; ? > : : ? : iK : xxj KsKX : : xKX : : i3 Kffi : Kss ! : : sxJi : M m s@ * . f. : -4i' * i i- ' : H * We will meet competition...

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 — 15 June 1899

CHAPTER I. "A Indy to see you , sir. She naked for your tinrlc , sir , but I told lu > r ho wns out of town , and then she said you'd do , .sir. " "It was n great condescension on her part , Smites. What might bo hur nge , do you think , Smiles ? " "Her nge , sir ? " "Yes ; 1 rcnlly don't fool Inclined to ho liothcrod by seeing anyliody. I'm In beastly temper this morning ask the olllen boy If I'm not. So would any man bo If ho wan tied to a Ixindon of- flco In August and such an August aa this ! I'm pretty comfortable just at thla minute , without my coat and waistcoat. If I see the lady , 1 shall have to put thorn on. Query Is the lady worth the trouble ? That's what I want to ascertain. " "Well , sir , aho'a young very young , as you might say , sir. " "And what's she like to look at. Smiles ? " "Well , sir , I can't say she's much to look at. No , I can't go as far as ttut , " said Smiles , rather ruefully , scratching the top of his bald head. "She's rather shabby , sir. Not...

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 — 15 June 1899

UTT 3jB I The News Briefly Told Saturday. Ex-Governor Baxter of Arkansas Is dead , aged 72. He was elected governor of Arkansas In 18 * < 2 , and his adminis tration witnessed the stormiest period In the history of the state , and brought about the Brooks-Baxter war. Presi dent Grant Issued n proclamation rec ognizing Baxter as governor. Rev. Dr. B. 1 ? . Austin , exprlnclpal of Almo college , at St. Thomas , was tried on the charge of heresy by the London Methodist conference. Ho startled the conference by declaring himself an ar dent spiritualist. He said he had been converted by a woman mind-reader of Detroit. The conference unanimously deposed him. Advices received at Kingston from Cayenne , capital ot French Guiana , say that all preparations have been made for transferring former Captain Alfred Dreyfus , Imprisoned on Devil's Island , to the charge of ofliccrs from Paris , who are said to be coming on board the French steamer Lafayette , which , It Is alleged , will take th...

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 — 15 June 1899

r itf-8 * ' ' WMXxxmnwxxyM&xmMx , 9f' Of ooureo , bcunueo ho linn tlio slock of Uooda , Quality nnd price Is always right. Try fits Tens , Coffees , Pure Spices , I'uro Chlor Vinegar , Salt I'leh nil kindg , Sorghum , Gasoline , Flour , Salt. Making a big run on Dried Fruits. Ho Is nlio ngcnt for the World Hcuowncd Hntli Uihlnots. ICvoryono oupht to bRvo one for health. J. C. BOY/EN. b aaiS3Cioasas a a ftr Co. llqmbtiron I'ubllahei ) oyory Thur d y st the County bout. * > . 91. AMHHKXtllY , ICOitor AdrOfllcu ! n Cneler liloclt. Fourth ATO.- % Entered at the poctolllco at lirokun How , Noli. , eBccoml clnsauiattor , for tnni iula lou through Ino U. 8. malls. 8UUSCIU1TION 1'KIOK : OHO Year , In adviinco 81.UO THURSDAY , JUNE 1C , i8 ! 7) ) . "Tho Lost Hope of the Republic" is the name of a now populist paper just started at Lincoln , by Bell & Reynolds. From the initiative num ber , wo infer it will bo straight pop , and against fusion. The will of God should be supreme - 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 — 15 June 1899

TO THRESHERMEN , And tliouo contemplating bii > Ing n We are handling the * > . , Geiser Engine and Separator. This Mnclilno differs soinewluit I from other machines. The holler has a doviyo which prevents - vents tlio wntor from hcroining low In going down or up hill , keeping tlio crown Hheut nnd lltiefl cdyorcd , prevents them Irora being biirnuo out , The Separator hns no oiovea or anything to botlior in cnruiKlng from ono kiud of grain to another , which can bo done without stopping the irm- chino. If you hro thinking of buying write or call on us , and wo will Bend catalogue , which explains the machine thoroughly. Wo propoeo to start all machines sold by ua , nnd B O that everything IB In Rontl or der. Ucruember If you buy of IIB vou will not have to wait for nn ex pert two or three weeks. Wo will give you the befit outfit ever sold In Ctiater county. We can leo neslet In getting a competent encincur. Can glvo Buch Instruction BB will enable any person of ordinary abili...

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 June 1899

COSTER COUNTY REI'OBLICA * I ) . SI. AJUtUir.UHY , Vuttllihitr. I1BOKEN 1JOW , NKIIKSKn NEBRASKA NEWS. The annual picnic of the Nobrafiki old ( Settlors' association of Otoe coun ty wan hold tit Palmyra hist week. Tin oratoi-B were 13. J. Htirkett of Uncoil and Paul .lessen of Nebraska City , am n Varied program was carried out. The son of ex-Sheriff Harvey Hello way of Cnss county , wlvo was badlj scalded by accidentally upsetting i kettle of boiling water on himself , li Improving , although the burns he BUB 4talncd will bo BOHIO tlmo In healing At n regular meeting of the cltj council of Nebraska City a petltloi signed by 115 ladles nnd 85 men wni presented asking that body to problbl the running of slot machines In the city. The petition Is the outcome ol the lecture at tho" Baptist church bj Rev , . E. O. Taylor , the scientific toiu pernnco lecturer of Chicago , The pe tition waa referred to tlio city attor ney. ney.Word Word wns received in Beatrice an nouncing the death of M...

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 June 1899

DEFEATED Jw > Sturdy Boiler Maker Lays Him out in tlio Eleventh Round , flOIIT SPIRITED FROM Till ! START A Succession of Heavy Blows Throughout the Contest. NO INTERFERENCE BY THE POUCE lint the AtJviuitnRu In Only Tuo ItouniU mid In Kloicnth Comes Up Too Weak to Mnk Adoquntu Uofctiso Detnlli of tlio FlRht by Kouiuls. NEW YORK , Juno 10. James J. Jeffries , another sturdy young giant , has come out of the west to whip champion pugilists. At the arena of the Coney Island Athletic club tonight ho defeated Robert Fitzslmmons , world's champion In two classes mid dleweight and heavyweight In eleven rounds of whirlwind fighting. He came to the ring a rank outsider and left it the acknowledged master of the man he defeated. Ho was never at any tlmo in serious danger , and after the size-up in the early rounds of the con test took the lead. Ho had the Austra lian whipped from the ninth round. it was acknowledged that Jeffries would have an immense advantage in weight , height and age ,...

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 June 1899

JJx „ , . _ JLJ ftj i II. Harry Day & Cos In order to reduce the Salisbury stock of Goods we recently purchased so as to en able us to consolidate our two stores as soon as possible , we will for the NEXT SIXTY DAYS continue to give our customers better prices than they can secure at wholesale. We bought these goods in a lump , and at figures below eastern prices , hence we have no competitors in prices or quality of goods in Broken Bow. If you want real bargains in Dry Goods , Boots , Shoes , Clothing , Call and sec lus at SALISBUHY'S OLD STAND , in the Realty Block. HARRY DAY X CO , Lot lor from , Iolm Itunjiiiiiiu to Ills folks. OAJ.UMHT , H. I , Apr. 25) ) , ' 99. Dear OnoH at Homo : Well , wo uro Btill on the firing line and tak ing a now town every day or two. Maj. Mulford is in command ands \ trying to got UB roliovcd. Ho wont to Gen. MoArlhur nnd told him ho wanted a rest for himBolf and mon. MoArthor afikd him how provost guard would bo , and Mulford said ho did not wan...

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 June 1899

NO 1 , RAGLE WHEELS SHOW THEIR St'EKl ) AT THE COSTER COUNTY PAIR , BY Six Firsts , Five Seconds and Three Thirds , out of a total of Seven Races. FOR SAI.K BY Bicycles Sundries , and Edwin P. Myers , Repairing- . Opposite Partners Bank. 7if . : IV.fc IPainte I I JIK 9 1 1 M * . \ ! t.J t.Ji J. G. EAEBEELE.I im * Farmers , ask my compelitors if they can carry $1,000.00 K of Insurance against Fire , Lightning , Tornadoes , Cyclones | and Wind Storms for eight years for $15. That's what I can j | do , and in a company thai has over $27,000,000 of insurance | in force in Ihis slale. E. C. HOUSE. ' & & & s r- ' - Harry Day & Cos In order to reduce the Salisbury stock of Goods we recently purchased so as to en able us to consolidate our two stores as soon as possible , we will for the NEXT SIXTY DAYS continue to give our customers better prices J than they can secure at wholesale. We bought these goods in a lump , and at figures below eastern prices , hence we have no com...

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 June 1899

Will ? lllIJ\f \ I I Ilk HA D UiU of U Btonn that Brought Dwtrac- UON and Dwtb. UN DfAU TWLNIY-riVI. WOUNDM j Only l ISMllillnKt III lli < - 'Iown J.-fl taml ) i < IfHiMlrcil * tit J' | il < - ll fH - ] otiil ftuliicl of ( 'lmrlt ; Tul < ' < ri lrtnrit Jtflh-f. HI5HMAK , Xeli. , 'un ! . Special to tbe Omaha Ho * : The desolation I * In * doncrlbftbly pathetic. Huch I * the unl- vwfMl verdict of the thouwtndc of * pec- tater * who liMve vlctu-d the * lt of tbe once pretty village of Herman today. Y'Mlerday It wa * peopled by a hap py , proMpTou * half-th'siiaartd citizen * as could be found In N'enraxka. Today , with Imlf M doxen exception * , all are homelo * * , without n plar in lay their bunds or a table from which to eat. Vonterday they would have nc-/rned charity. Today the -althl > * t are liv ing on provisions sent by kindly heart ed citizen * from neighboring towns. Days will ph > w before tbe d brl * v/lll have bf-en cleared away and the ucene will have...

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 June 1899

The Interesting fact IB revealed that our paiior money doesn't serve in the Philippines. It is "demonetized" there , not by business conditions , but by the native ants , that eat it up. Against such opposition the effort which has boon made to introduce our currency In the way of paying the sol diers must perforce bo abandoned. Nothing but gold and silver coin cnu bo sent there. Mm. WlnRlow'ft Hoothlnu Syrup. For children teething , lofteni the Riimiredueei lir Bammatlon , alltyi paincure * wind colic. 25o a Ixjttla Torn carpets are always ready to trip the light fantastic toe. lror Uasy Ironing nse " Faultless Htnrch. " No sticking , blls- torlug or breaking. It Itxvros a beautiful finish nnd docs not injure the most delicate fabrics. All grocers soil it , lOa n pnckngo. No man who has never been tempted is sure of his honesty. Are Ton Citing Allen's Foot-Enser It is the only euro for Swollen , Smarting , Burning , Sweating Feet , Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease , a p...

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 June 1899

Ol cournj , be < rjiui he UM tb - * t-xk : of Ooodj . and prlcw ID alwaju tight. Try hto TUMI , Oc-f/ * * ; ' , J'ur < ; Kptcw , Ctdur Vtncgiir , r > At ) Flrh bit klwlft. rghutn , Ijvtttat , KJ < Hjr , fialt. UVIrjg H bfc run on JJrit * ) KruitK Il l < &l > 4 g gent lor tlM ! World * itouo > vntl JJttU C' bfBfrt . Kver/oae ought to b&vc one for health. J. C. I30WEN. ( Co. Republican tt I > . 31. WItV , . lidltor fedtfc'.TJMITIiJH PKJC2 : U > THURSDAY , JUNK 22 , ie . The Oregon volurit ere for home from Manila laHt w The editor of the Area/3ia Cbam- pion treated bu r aiJej ) > to a fine illustrated Kitiftirn ; / * * ! out by JiHV an * r 10 Uol. Hryau. 'feu were killed in ibe cyclone at Herman l&fcl wwk , in tbe north part of tbe Hate aud many rziore we e injurwl. The efforts ol the people in the eastern part of tkc state to provide relief for the cyclone mllererh at Herman Ia * > t vreek ib highly com- rnend&ble. CoogreKKman Bland 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 June 1899

U. S. Land Office , JAMKS WUITBI1KAI ) , P. H , YOUNG , . . . - Iltwlvor CONTEST NOTICK. U. 8. Land Onico I Hroken How , Neb. , Match IS , 18IW. f A snfllclcnt content > ( lll ( vlt having been filed n this oillcc January 3d , ibW. by Krni.it Kleob , contestant , against 11. E. No , 3tl ( , in nil o by llort- Ina Drown , 8opt. 1W , 18' , for s4 nwlf sec. 8 , tp 1H N. , U. ItV. * . , by ilcttlna llrnwn , cotitostcc , In Which It la allCKeil that the said Hertlnn Drown line wholly abandoned said trnct ( or mnro tlmn six months last ( met , r.ml tins not resided on said trnct or Improved and cultivated the same as 10- quired by law. Said parties arc lisroby nollllcd to appear , respond HIU ! offer cvldcnceon the Ulth day of Jniii.1 , 1891) ) , at 10 o'clock a. in. , before thn Iteclslcr nnd hecelver , at the United ylntes Lain ! Olllco at Drohtn Dow , Nebraska. The said ron loitiwt In a proper allldavlt. filed Mnrcb 11 , 1H'.K ) , imvlng net forth lucts which show that utter due dil...

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 June 1899

CHSTER CODffl REPUBLICAN I ) . If. AMSIinilllY , Vuhllihnr , BBOKKN HOW , NEBRASKA. NEBRASKA NEWS. An anti-saloon lenguo has boon or gnnlzod nt Bodge. Tlio r\mli still contlnttcH nt tlin United States land ofllco In O'Neill for reservoir fillings. Burglars broke Into the hardware store of S. Dewey nt Hay Springs and stole goods amounting to $200. There Is no clew to tlio robbers. While painting bis residence at Ox- , j , ford , Captain .1. M. Leo fell from a lad- I' ' dor at a liclgbt of about fifteen foot i badly fracturing bis rlgbt arm. [ , Frank I ) . Tyler ot Cblrago , who * was stabbed by a "hobo , " at Grand Is land , died of his wounds and the re mains were shipped to his home. Of ficers are on the trail of the murderer. Will C. Kramer of nennlngton , who so mysteriously disappeared over n year ago. has returned to his old homo. The girl who wanted to learn hln whereabout has accepted $300 as pay ment In full for her injured character. Carl A. Besnoy , son of Prof. Ilcssoy o...

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 June 1899

TIIGROLLNOTCOR1CT Much Confusion Attends the Work of Paying Oulmn Soldiers , GOOD ORDER ON THE ISLAND. General llronlto 1'nys the Nntlvns n Com- pllmeiit llrlRitiuliiRo Not Known In the Ordinary Acceptance of the Term and the I.nw Is Generally Uphold. HAVANA , June 19. The greatest confusion exists in the lists of Cu- bnn soldiers nt Cnnajuani. Many of them cannot collect their $75 , as they appear on the rolls as having been promoted to the ranks of ofllcers , of which fact they hnd no knowledge previously. The Remedlos regiment contains apparently over 2,000 men , while the lists only glvo the names of 700. Soldiers who have fought since 189G are not shown on the lists , while boys who served as camp followers are able to secure payment. A peti tion has been sent to Governor Gen eral Brooke asking him to order a re vision of the list. With reference to the report of bri gandage , of thieving , and murders freely circulated , Governor General Brooke says that brigandage , in the Am...

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 June 1899

Tlie State Sunday School Convention , The State Sunday School conven tion hold at Jlohlrego last week , is chimed to have boon the largest attended and the most successful over held in the slato. There were four hundred delegates present rep resenting cloven diffuront denom ination. There wore a number of the prominent workers of the dif ferent denominations pronont , but a largo-majority of the delegates wore lay members , 'I ho HOHHIOII opened Tuoaday night with the opera house and thegallory filled to IIH utmost capacity. The hall was most elaborately oratoly decorated for the oouaHion. The entertainment commit ! 10 , Moflsors. Clay , Bush and W. F. Ed wards , the latter formerly o' this city , had so perfectly done their work that every delegate was promptly provided onlorlninrnent on his or her arrival. Wo can only speak personally for Broken Bow delegates , but wo know that they \ wore most elegantly ontortaincd. / $ Yo scribe and Mrs. A. wore the guests of Mrs , Delia High It...

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