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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 5 September 1901

State Illst Llbtirfflu Society VUL , XX , tROKEN BOW , CUSThR COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 5 , iBOl.-hlUHT PAGES , NO , 12 , IUMJS AM ) THIM1S F < W IIU'Y Hnby nntff In ll.it m d ovnl , lijrht \ \ -i ht , nnxiiiiiii und henvr. In olden ttnii'H It v\nn tlioii > ; M ho who ilr.st placed u riiik' on bal-y'B ' llnu'cr uniild b. Hhowctcd with i-od lnol ; I'o'ii tw'lveni"nlli ( Jot u rniR fi'r tln > baby , d'iefii't matter \\liivo h. b\'i ii'i'l bo fol low * (1 with KO ' I fortune- . Haliy KponsiH. cups ixmi trliiketa in ureat vunety. K 0 ( rnilimtu of Clilcniro Oiitlinlmlo Collo'c. | > & * . School Hooks , Tablets - AND - School Supplies , AT J. G. Haeberle's ; 'Attractions Booked . . . .I-'or ( ho . . Six nit-hts , Kept. 2nl : ! to 28tb , llio Lennon Stock Company. Ononitrht , ( Mohor 18th , thu Which is Wlio' Company. Ono niRlit , Uctobor Hint , Wood nud " \Vanl , in tlioir Joliy Jiutliii ( ; Farce , " The Mo try Tritinps. " Ono uitiht , Jiuiuiiry U"rd , "Ma...

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 — 5 September 1901

t - - ' . / - zrrr ( ? Custcr County Republican , . AMBHKIIHY , Killtor nnd I'll " * " ? " > NKnllASKj ' Jean de llhich snys ( hat Amerlcit could Hlnrve Huropo , but wo prefer to feed It ; thin pnyn better. The .Sultan of Turkey ban lost Ills third wife and IH much affected. He has only eighty-four of them left. A Hliocplsli young mini took out n per mit to marry n lady , nnniod Mutton. AH she was nuke wealthy , It was ji case of mint bunco. The vncntlonlHtR who camp In the woods may be more In the open nlr , anil j t he out a Rood deal less than those who put up at expensive hotels. That man who killed his wife be cause Rhe wan lain in gutting his dinner ought to he sentenced to deal with a , few of. thu hired girls for a while. A bnnk clerk is going to try to Imvo 6 blui&elf recognized au a British peer. If i fie were anything but n bunk clerk it | might bo suspected now that he needed \t \ money. i , _ The more the action of the mission aries over In China is Investigated ...

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 — 5 September 1901

A HARD PROBLEM . . SOUTH AFRICAN RIDDLE DIFFI' CULT TO SOLVE. Con nl Stoirp at London Itdlnvcv tlie Iimtlnril to Drag Along Cmui. try a Oolil MiniWlirn I'cnoo In He- tnrixl A llrltloli Ki-ycrip , LONDON' , Aug. 27. James G. Stowc , United States consul general at Cane- town , has arrived here from South Africa. Mr. Si-owe said to a repre- tentative of the Associated press : M llnd myself marooned In London. Apparently every berth on steamers lor America is taken till the end of September and I am anxious to get borne , where I can do away with olll- elal cares and la'k ' as a private clti- sen. You know more In London about the military conditions of South At- Jlca than It is p'ssible for any ono to know at Capetown. "While I have resigned from tne Consular service , my resign tlon does i not take effect till I reach Washington - ton , hence it is impossible for me to | nay anything. You can learn much more from returning olllc s than It is - possible to learn from anyone else comin...

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 — 5 September 1901

PnbUh.eil6mj"nmrMl ! y at ilmCuan iiTai. AMsiiKiTitvii " " In Cucwt Morn. > mirt HrrK.n : . the 0. i. . Matin. c > i i -U . ( Qiinnii , p t iiiuiuli , 7 ( HI. on I nf ! rol uinn , | > tr ! moiito , 'SIO. ) Qii.ir.or c.lnmii . , ) > i'i innnili , Jii.50 1/uf" tlitlt ijau ( cr oniiiui , f > . cents per Inch | ior tnuuth Cum * on Hi ft jia o , i. ! > cent * per Incli , l' r inuiiih. LoailmlvcrtMni ; ! ) cculc per llnu oacli lr cr- tlutu Notice of cliurch fnlri * . ( I'diUi'm nna t'titcr'nln- incuts wliuto inonoy 1 oimrtc cl , oti"isf ! ! niti-K. S > cletnoun1. * anil it'K' < iiinnnti , niivlitir rii'Cii. ' Wuililliigiotlr.ea life. lull price lor | iulillililu | { list ot prceoiits. IJeHlliiiOllcOf fire , liilf | l < " for pillilloliliiK obituary nutlet H , I'liil ' cure < if Hiuiil.H , Legal nollojii nt r u i f uVltiuil li > s'litutcs of Nebraska. fi , 11)01. ) REPUBLICAN TICKKT. Hlnte Ticket. 1'or Jtulcu Supreme Court a. Jl. SKLMWICK , Of Vork. 1'or 11...

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 — 5 September 1901

* ' CHlfiAOO POLICE SCANDAL , Chltf O'Ntlll T Ue -Confewlon of Accused f > t ctlves. 1 Chlenfo , Aug. 28. The connection * of Serseant Cramer , U ecUv * Tracy sM Llefitcuant Joyce with the liogiis expense account whichlias orivulupt-d Iti scandal the detective bureau niul 110 chief , OaiJlftln Collei-nn , wns told yesterday. by Chief of Police O'Nolll. who took the Btnnrt dnrlUK the afternoon - noon session of the civil service coin- mission , Bitting as tlio trial honrd to invpfltlgate thu matter. The ileiiouu- jtfent created H sensation > when Chk'f O'Neill 'told of the confession of hla uiibordlaate * . The chtnf ulao told how Capinln Collevan a-.ul Mr-utennnt Joyc * > , , aa hQ Alleges , r c < JVIM their share pr the spoils. Thi > only filing not revea'tMl wns the source of iufor- , jnntlon that led to I ho mionrthlnK of fho BcfSndal. Attorney Oaah , n-ftro- cntiug Lieut onant Joyce , nmdo muny attempts to fiunltme ( he evidence of thft ohfef of polliv. Gash charg...

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 — 5 September 1901

: : ! rilAl'TKH I. J think I was as nearly mad m I could be ; nearer mmlm-Hi , I believe , than I shall rver lie again. Three weeks of It fcnd driven me to the very verge of dew- porntlou. I rnnnot cay hero what had brought me to thin | > a , for 1 do not know Into whose hands these pages may fall ! but 1 had made up my mind to per- 1st I" a certain line of conduct which I firmly believed to be right , whilst those who had nuthoilty over me wore toso- Ititely bent upon making me submit to their will. The rotillU-t had been going * n , more or lesi violently , for months ; now I had tmncer.v near the end of It. I fell that I must cither yield or go mad. There was no cluinco of my dying ; I win too strong for that. ' It had been mining nil the dny long. My ycn hnd followed the course of noli- 4 ry drnps rolling down the window panes until my head ached. Tin-re was noth ing within my room less dreary than without. 1 was in London , but In what part of London I did not know. The bouK...

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 — 5 September 1901

st. Jacobs Oil beats nil recordi and always will. I urei Rheumatism , Sprains , Weakness of the Limbs , and all Aches and Pains. Acts Like Magic Conquers Pain HAM Few women , even of the wealthy lasses , wear bonnets in Mexico. . Unique Vncciuutloii I.nw. ' Unvacclnated persons are neb al lowed to vote at elections in Norway. SHOES lOi MADE. . Jfor JloroThan n Qunrlorof n Contnry B reputation of W. L. Douglas 53.00 omd S3.50 shoes for style , cointort nnd wmrniw excelled all other makes sold nt theue prices. This excellent reputation has iwcnwon by merit nlono. W. TJ. DouRloa hoes have to give bettor satisfaction thtm Other $3.0 and $3.DO ahoca because hia reputation for the best S3.00 nnd S3.DO Uiooa must bo maintained. The etaudard baa always been placed BO high that the vearor receives more value for his money tn the W. It. Douglas $3.00 and 93.50 hoes than he can pot olacwhero. W.L. Douglas iells more 83.00 and$3.50 boos than any ether two manufacturers. W , L Douglas 94.00 Ollt...

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 — 5 September 1901

AllHUIIltU. Tom Hueaol was a Urokon Bow vleitor Mouday. aohoo ! opened Monday with IHty two pupils in attomhnad. Ji.ii Jndgo of the TIerney ranch was on out street * Tuts hiy. Krv. Wwartx preached to n good nudieneofcunday nlunt. liughes and .loeaie Scott ImVu been qilllo tide but are coiiViilcRcin . II. K. AUtlanon wont to llnken How Saturday returning Sunday night. Mr. and Mr * . John Hosa went to Culliuvuy Saturday teturmiig Monday. The A. O. U. W. and D. of 11lodged will bold u picnic In J.iinlloy's Krove Saturday. It is aunounc td that \\eddlng is to take place next wick , ol your tin pans i boy a , It la tlio fiiphion now to go tip on the Dismal fishing mid pluming. Don't fail to follow the fnshlon. The crowd thnt went Uniting up to the Dlunml started out hnppy mid niorry as larks , but their ruturn home after a w-'ok'd ' stay was very dtllerent. They cuino homo one by ouo und a nuie woe begone net would bu hiird to iliul. Tiiuy don't waut lo Huh any in no this year. "It is ag...

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 — 12 September 1901

BOOUIF gUte HUl iii , XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBE-R / , 1901-EIGHT PAGES. NO , 13 , IF YOUR EYES COULD TALK What u etqry of buffering , abuse und neylec't would .uany tell. How they cry for help as you turn the pa f B of some interesting book , near the midnight hour. How they bln.U nnd "ink ns the bright amiliglit traveling' ton fect rom tltfl ulnirlng pave ment , or its 05 000,000 milea thro' space , burls Its rays upon a dell- eato and over-worked ictina , If your cyps con'd ' talk they would lead you to our doorh , nnd later thank you for the rulM and comfort , and insy netful visions my Rinses afford. In 1 ou of words Ibov cry nnd Ncho , thus hint nnd warn , will you tnko the warning ? Graduate of flilcairo Optlmlralo College. School Hooks , Tablets -AND School Supplies , AT G. Haeberle's : Attractions Booked For Uio MOUSE Six nights , Sept. 23rd to 28th , the Lennou Stock Company. One night , October ISth , the Which is Who' Company. One ni...

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 — 12 September 1901

AtlNlMIUO. Tom Kiueol was a llrokon Bow visitor Monday * School opened Monday wild fifty two pupilo in nttoiulinod. JJji Judpo of ( ho 'L'ierney ranch was on our struots Tin s lay. KI-Y. H warty. preached to a nudienre bunday nlgnt. liugluia ntul .JcBaie Scott havu been qulio ( ink but ate convalescing U. K. AtKlenon wont to Hnki-n Uow Saturday returning Sunday mKlit. Mr. and Mm. John Keas wont to Culluwny Saturday u'turmiig Monday. The A. 0. U. W. and I ) , of ll,1odfo ? will bold u pic-nicln Lindloy'a Rrova Saturday. It is nunounc c < that u wedding in to take pliico next wick. Got your tin pans , boys , It ia the fuphion now to o up on tiiu Diumnl fishing and pluming. Don't IM to follow tlio fashion. Tlie crowd that went fuming up to the Dismal Bdirtcd out happy mui marry as Jarks , but their return home after n w-'ok'j ' stay was very different. Tlu-y canio homo 0110 by one and a mjio woe begone bet would bo hard to ilnd. Tiity don't want to Huh any nnro this year. "Ilia agai...

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 — 12 September 1901

UUDUt LllitMUnBooUlF * rt + 9Y I , XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 12 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 13 , 11 ? YOUR EYES COULD TALK What n etqry of suffering , abuse und neglee't would .nany tell. How they cry for help as you turn thu pnie8 of. some interesting book , near thu midnight hour. How they bln.L md uink ns thu bright uunltglit traveling ten fertifom the ulnirlng pave ment , or Us 05 000,000 miles thro' wpaco , hurls Its rnye upon n deli cate and over-worked retina , If j'O'ir eyes cou'd ' talk they would load you to our doors , nnd later thnuk you for Hie rnlici'nnd comfort , and < nsy risiful visions iny KtnpR.cs afford. In 1 ou of words thev cry and cho , thus hint nnd warn , will you take the warning ? dradnatc of Chtcnco OyUmlmic College. School Hooks , Tablets AND School Supplies , AT J. G. Haeberle's : Attractions looked . . Forlliu . OP52IRA 3TOUS3E. Six nights , Sept. 23rd to 28th , the Leniiou Stock Company. One nJRht , October ISt...

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 — 12 September 1901

Custer County Republican * . AMBHKItKT , IMItorniicl l'nlill lioi BOW | NKHUAbKA Tins is the whole problem : Is life a circle or a spiral'/ A faultless character never gets set In the opinion that It Is faultless. Style Is Inborn distinction ; It N ot merely pretentious ads or llnu g'l ' < * incnts. The Sultan of Turkey l si Id to bo jmich affected by the death of one of his wivesNaturally. . It biealcs the tot. Xlany a man would become a con- ftrmcd egotist If he could hear his wife boasting to her relative" from out of town. The "finest thing" that Kmperor Will' lam can Imagine Is a mailed list. The Ernpeior is dotty on the subject of mailed Aunt Hetty Green and Uncle Russell Bagc must he greatly shocked at Uncle Andy Carnegie's continued and unpar alleled wastefulness. Energy Is dangerous ; your little ppurts of It may Inspire Rome weaker brother to continuous effort which will give him nervous prostration. A man who lias hud experience as a Boor walker always likes to ptelcti...

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 — 12 September 1901

HESULT IN DOUBT J P * AGITATION AND UNEASINESS IN RANKS OF STRIKERS. Mill M nun KIT * Able to Mnkn InroiiiU mill Stnrl Tabu Plntlt nt PitMiurR Ponrn CntireriiiirnlUKindlliB SlK" " of I'illI u re. PiTTsnuno , Kept. 5. Agitation and uneasiness prevails In the ranks of the ' strikers tonight , caused by the tip- parently unfavorable developments of the day. The leaders , however , pro fess to be satisfied with present condi tions and claim that ultimate victory will be theirs. Much was hoped for from the peace conference In New York , but the an nouncement of the failure to reach a decision put a damper on those hopes. Still many hold to the belief that the matter now being up to the strike leaders to accept or reject whatever may have been the proposition made today , a settlement speedily will be reached. President Shaffer's only remark was wbcn shown the announcement of the adjournment without decision : "I have no comment to make. " lie would say no more on the subject. He said fur...

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 — 12 September 1901

( fluster ( So , Republican VoMUhcil orcry Thntgauy nt Uio Comity Boat. AMSHKUUY , 3 > .Oflleo In Cnetor lllock , Konrth Ate.-s Entered ut Uio voatomco nt Ilrokon llnw , Nul ) . , BI feccomUela8 ninUorforlnmi < mpeloiuliruiitli | ! thoU. 8. Malls. ilHBOItn'TIOM i'UIOfi : One Your , In advnnco . $1.00 ADVKHTISINa Il/VTKS. / Ono column , tier month , $7.00. One-li lf column - . umn , t > ur month , gl U ) ( imrtcr tnliinin , per month , S'J.MI U H Hutu qamlcr culiirnii , M cents JILT Inch | ior niunth. Ctnls on llrwt imgo , CO conl | > r Inoli , l > or mnutli. l.ocjilmlvertlMnK 5 centu per line each Inter- > tlnn. Notice of cluircli fatrd , HOC Inlilrx and i ntortnln- tneiitu wlicro money Is clmrnul , oim.lmlf ruti'H. Hoclotj notices anil rcKoliilluni" , uuo-tiMf run * . Wedding i otlccB free. Imlf | ulte for publltnliiK Hat of mtboiiln. , , Dentil notice * fri'O , Imlt ptlm for iiubllililiiK obituary notices , nnil ranln of tlmnkr. Legal nollCdH nt rnuit provided by...

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 — 12 September 1901

IW ATTRACTIONS AT THE FAIR , THE BIG BALbOON What we have said about the balloon ascension in the papers nnd on the bij { posters is all trim and the half hats not been told. This will positive ! } ' be the best attraction f the kind ever seen in the state. Prof. "Ward has few equals and no superiors as an aer onaut. In making1 the abCent he will do some maVvellous av l - work.lc \ will take with him - daringtraprce dog-s , pig and chick ens and let them down in small parachutes , and he positively will not cut loose with his own parachute until he reaches the clouds. The balloon will be inflated during the afternoon and when it is ready to go up the race prog-ram will be temporarily suspended to give everyone a grand view of the ascension. This attraction will take place on Thursday and Friday. THE flUTOmOBIhE RRCE. This is positively the newest attractioni in the west and we believe it is the first automibile race in the state. The best part part of it is that we do not have to go...

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 — 12 September 1901

Doctor's fjllemma By Hcsba Strctton CIIAPTUU ll.-(0oiitlnm' ( < l. ) A litile crumbling pulli led " " " " ' the rock mid along tin- edge r ll ' rn\\w. \ clime il lift'ittl-e frinn il I could " ' ' ' ' a ll the fantastic "hoii' , MPii'lmc ' in M Hi'inl- -Clrclc tnwar.ls 111- i de of HrrcUlioil , wit" ilnj , untrodden IM.V * . covered t I'd * hour with . .nly . glittering ripples. < " " ' -with all Ilic s.n , mid tender shadows < if the head-hinds f.illitiir across ihi'in. I wax just ghhig m > I" " ! ln"k ' " lh ( > 111 when the louse stones on 111' ' crumbling tread nnil before - path enviMIJ ninlcr my , fore I could rennei-111.1 foothold I fnuinl 3u.\elf slipping ( lnwii the almost pei'Mcn- -dleular face of ilic cliff , mill vainly oluteliliu : in evi-i.\ bramble and tuft of jrrass rutting in its clefts. I Imnli'il "illi ii shock f r In-low , nnil * or some nun' Inj iascnulble. As nearb ms 1 cniiM nuil.r mil. It would In * Idgli renter in ill-mil I\M > lioiir , 'I'...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 12 September 1901

fyr\f * r SfflM LxZlruzjteA ] * - - . . M - NHiV T < c ( soii from tlic Drought. Wherever the farmers come togeth er , the trend of conversation naturally turns toward the condition of thu corn crop In the various nel > 'hhorlioods. All mention the clover Held plnule.l to corn as holiig their best prospect. In many cases where barnyard manure had been applied In the spring , the corn Is very seriously damaged. New ground planted to corn has been noticeably af fected by drought , and in many cases practically no grain will be secured from such fields. Such conditions , so plain to us now , should direct us to different plans for raising au'othr crop. We all kuow that a good clover Held will give a sat isfactory account of Itself when condi tions are favorable , and If it shows that it Is better able than other ( lelds to pass through dry weather , surely the farmer should plan to have more clo ver sod to turn under for corn. In many cases the manure has done dam age by causing ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 12 September 1901

ea y-r ! UNITED SHOWS I Will Exhibit FTFRNOON AND EVENING AV Arenic Attraction * Wild UnparallcUd Beasts Manificent From the Jungles of Africa. Parade , Read What The Papers Say , sal- Pueblo people like oiroussoH , ried perform , and turned out ten thousand ers in the Never before Ktrong yesterday to Soils & < nown world ; have von hud Gray's nhows. A big up-to-date lothing too the opportunity momgorio was somewhat of a liiHuuU for ol' beeiiiK Hitch all and unquctuion display surprise to , them to per- norgoouj play nrd.roval \bly the best circus hero in years 'orm , splendor. Avail delighted thorn. Pueblo ( Cole ) yourself of it. Chieftain , Wednesday , Juno 18 , 1001. The Sells & Gray's United Shows MISS showed hero yesterday to fully fifteen thousand upootatoiH , after noon and night ; hus the distinc I tive quality of allowing the upeo M tatots to sec all that is going on ; a clean program from beginning are a whole to end. Monageno big and good circus in them Has st...

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 — 19 September 1901

I. VOL , XX , BROKEN BOW , DUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 19 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES. NO , 14 , A Good Watch ] Should last u lifetime. Therefore care should be exercised - ercised in purchasing one. 2 If you buy one of uie you receive - 1 ceive a full statement of just ( what it is , backed by a guar antee for which I aim respon- sible.e You can depend ou getting- reliable time piece when you buy of me , not be cause I sell it , for that is no reason why it is the best , but because it is best is the rea son I sell it. mailHnto of ChfcRco Optlinlmlo CoMogc. School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , J. G. Haeberle'sl Attractions Booked . . . .Fortkc. . . OPJKItA HOUSE. Six nights , Sept. 23rd to 28th , tlto Lenuon Stool : Comprtny. Ono night , October 18th , the Wkicu is Who1 Company. One night , October Slit , Wood and WJtrd , in their Jolly Singling Farce , " 1'ho Merry Tnunpa. " Ono nicht , January 23rd , "Maloney'B Wedding Drty. " Just One Girl Ia Getting Old , Hut...

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 — 19 September 1901

Custer County Republican , M. AMNIIKUHY , Kdltorand PtiblliliM M BOW , - N Htm ARK J As a rule ( he more a man unntH the less he gets-ami the rule Isn't too stuck jup to work rear end forward , either. The French woman who shot at Min ister IJiuulIn , mistaking him for anoth er man , admits that the "joke Is on her. " Don't place too much confidence in the smooth Individual , ll Is I he rough CORN In the wheels that niaUes the clock reliable. According to a female phrenologist , women's heads are growing larger. She floes not mean that women have got the "big bend , " but Just what she Kays. Mr. Morgan Is said to be convinced that n nation's merchant marine , like Its navy , should be under one head , lie knows also whose hat that head should l > c under. A correspondent asks how kerosene ell can be used to exterminate mos quitoes. One effective way Is to catch rour mosquito and drown him lu a tum bler of the oil. Hetty Green has had to clamber over a fence eight feet high to avo...

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