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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 17 October 1901

UoutiU Valley HCIIIH * ( Too Itto for last w eek. ) Alfred Larson la no.v ru lihiR nrcutnl buying calves and lii'iU'fB. Ole E. Oleson Bhipp d n carlo ul if flhoop to Omaha , last wu-k. The JouoBon hoys arc now thrcahl g in the valley. They are ruatlorp. Adolph Laito.i l.itoly mId i lil > two year old Btoora lor flO.OO per head. Win. Sargent eold nome very nice vearllug steers tor 22 dollars per head. N. K Lee hns uwt down a now hy- raull" well for 0car Kng lspj0rd Ifp had 00(1 HtioccB" . .In IUH O 'enritoa to hie fa lior Hint after he hail imulo a vifit to his ol- < horue in MlnnlHoU ho wol ho I C5I pounds \V nurUot the h-HH hero 'r Nuhr * ka wliun they reach tlur. A Mt-plH'W < f Mn1 KiiRPlffrj nPd arr v- el last Acuk ( ram HllnoK His imut i- Heuiy O. Andt rdou. lie will rtu1 \ \ \ < \ \ Oa ar this c iiilnR winter , wli'l' Dmii- makes a v'alt to his old hoii e .n Nor- The ball gams ami shoiting m itch between tub Valley boju und Uohon uud Victory boys wan won by the vall...

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 — 17 October 1901

OHAPTKIl X.-tC'e Without n llglit 1 went lip lo my own room , where the moon ilm * hnd hone ttpon me lit my last nlelii' * rlilf. wns gleaming brightly through the window. I Intended to reflect nnd tlsllbernle , bill wan woin out. I ( lung mjsrlf I'ovn ' en Cie bed , but could nftl IMIVP rennilned woke for u single moment 1 fell Into a 0 p wlecp , which Usli-d till morning , i When 1 nwokp mj poor mother WHS T riUtlng Mcsfdr me , looking very Ifl and V orrowfnl. She had slipped a pillow tin ier my head , nnd thrown n shawl across me. t got up with bewildered brnln , Bad a general sense of enlnmlty , which 1 could not ctearlv define. . , In Cnrey'i mnn liroiight s letter v Julia Just now , " she snld , Uklng it lier pocket ; "lie snld there wns nn Her Vlldn wore tllll red from feMt , nl \hnr voice faltered n- < if li BaJsht I ) , V it Into MoliH nn.v mmneal. As ttaGtA&x my mother \vt\f \ Kone I opened Jillf/Tn / letter. It lirpiin 'Miy Pi-nr Mnrtln I knnw nil now. fabanna hns ...

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 — 17 October 1901

j Origin of th T trm. / Jovial once meant tlio typo of char acter supposed to belong to nil persons who were born when the planet Jupi ter , or Jove , was In the ascendant. fchey were supposed to possess more of the cheerful elements of character than others and hence to partake of the benign qualities attributed to the father ot the gods. Plso's Cure. for Consumption Is an Infallible medicine for coughs and' ' eolds. N. W. Samuel , Ocean Grote , ! N. J. , Feb. 17 , 1000. ! Unupcrntlon / Wild-Eyed Man "I want loin lootlilng syrup , quick ! " , Druggist- " What sized bottle ? " / Wild-Eyed Man "Uottlo ! I want fckegl It'a twins. ' ' A mule has. been sentenced to death by a court down In Georgia. This la better than a lynching bee. It requires no experience to dye with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Simply boiling your goods In the dye hi all that's necessary , Sold by druggists. Ilnriliip'A W \ Mr , ITardup "Look here ! you'ra tnado a mistake with my washing. Iron sent home four or live old h...

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 — 17 October 1901

The Baptist Statu Convention at Blaii last week was largely attended and interesting program was oani- cd out. A number of able ininifltorfl from other stales were proBont. One of the host address it ban boon our privllnge to hoar in a number of yoirs was delivered by Dr. Mabie of Boston MiHiuuhuUe. Dr. 0. A. Williamn , who lor a number of of years was pastor of the first Baptist church at Lincoln and vrho nowii General Missionary of Min- ni'sota delivered a very able nddrcsH , as did also Dro. SIOVIMIHOII , ( Junlcy and Conorift of Chie o. R-v. ( ' . VV , BriiiHtoad was rei'lcuted General Missionary , and L M G ) ii ' ! i dis trict rnlmiionary , , ) . II , VVi-lmtor , ' Gen fliu II. P. I * . K- terminal was elected pro-idi-nt , 1) . M. Anifborry and Ui-v.VauWiuKIc , Vice President ? . Tlit report from the Missionary fields ahowd that aj.a'i'u Hivt work liaJ boon done the pinl : jar and that a largo number .nil b. i n added to the church by baptiMii. A great need for men and moaiih ...

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 — 24 October 1901

\ " "N VOL , XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA THURSDAY , OCTOBER 24 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 19 , ' - . \ . IIUNTlNi : CA.ni : ? No need to quarrel about which you shall have. Here you may take yoiw I pick from among a complete II stock of open face or hunting - ' I ing , 16 and 18 sixes , all makes of movements and cases , all styles , all prices. II Back of all stands a relia I ble home guarantee of a re liable firm a guarantee that means protection for you J and satisfaction for u . I Graduate of Cblceiro Optbalinto College. Moved to Realty I Block. KSchool Books , - Tablets -AND School Supplies , G. HaeberleV. fT School books and suppling at Ed. MoGomaa's. Happiness doponda very muoh on tbo condition of the liver and kid- neyB. The ills of life make but little impression on thoHC whose digestion is-good. You can ropu- lam your liver aud kidneya with HEUBIME and .enjoy health and buoyancy of spirits. Price 50 cents. Ed. McComaa , Broken Bow and Merna. Fancy Box Station...

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 — 24 October 1901

Custer County Republican . M. AMflllKltKT , Rilltornnd rnbllilioi Bovr , NKHUASKJ No man ever enjoys kiting a girl who owna a pug dog. ninnlc books possess no lllcrnry mer it , but they are bound to ell. Good Joke * and parklliig diamonds are the nwilt of much patient grind- Injt. Poetry Is merely trick of words , ml the waste basket often lakes the trick. Borne think that the best way of cut- ling the Oordlan knot of the" Isthmus U by a canal. The man who was released from the penitentiary and married an hour later did not long enjoy the blessing of liber I ty. At loaat thirty-live States wore un affected by the drought. The national cornucopia la still In good working or der. It Is nercr quite safe to spend the money the sultan says ho Is going to pay until the check has passed through the clearing-house. Queen Alexandra liau announced that ll material In the gowns at the corona tion must bo of lirltlsh origin. This la * blow to American Industries. The ordinary bee weighs flvo-th...

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 — 24 October 1901

- Not rlkiiniU Ml lit irfcn Then MiilMnr Mill Mont/ / . Ncvr York , Oct , 18. Boy ; B. Wardlnw Thnmpsou , director of a col * Icglate ami theological institute in Bcrvla , cables the lollowlng'details from Samoa , ' Bulgaria , to the Jour nal and Advertiser concerning Miss Btone , the kidnaped missionary : "Tho headquarters Of Miss Stone's captors is a thickly wooded mountain top near the boundary line of Turkey mid Bulgaria. Miss Stone has only Slight summer clothing and a cotton dress. The brigands refused to all nv her to keep her baggage , but lot her have a Bible. Tlio leader of the band IS ,1110 notorious Boucho from the Bulgarian town of Dubnitza. , I "We sent word to Constantinople , pointing out that being private indi viduals , wo cannot prevent the gov- crnmont'from pressing the brigands ; nlso that the ransom Is too princely. JTo such sum was over heretofore de manded. No rcjoincr has yet been received. Usually brigands ask about 10,00 pounds and then agree for half. I "...

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 — 24 October 1901

tater ( fie , Republican "PnbHiliod orcry TlmrsJsjr nt the Connty Beat. 1) . M. AMSUmtllY. - . Editor 3-Cmeo lit Ouster Block , Fourth ATB.-W Entered nt the poatofflco at Ilrokon How , Nob. , M BocoiuU lain matter for ttwipmlf elon through the U. 8. M&llg. 8UU3C1U1TION i'ltlOK ! One Tear , In ftdvnnco 91.00 ADVKimsiNa UATIIS. Ono column , per month , $7,00 , One-half col umn , per month. $100 Quarter column ! | > er month , $3.60. Los * tb&n ijnntler column/CO cents per Inch per month. Cards on Hist page , CO cents per Ineb , per month. Local advertlMng 6 cculs per line each Inter lion. Notice of church ( air * , sociables and entertain- menu where money Is charged , oue.bnU rnt B. Society notices and rerolntlone , one-halt rates. Wedding notices tree , bait price for pubUimng list ot present * . Dcalu notices free , tall ptlcn for publishing obltnarr notices , and card * of tbankii. Legal notices at rules prurhlcd liy s'ntatctot Mcbruka. THURSDAY , GOTO ilifiR 34,1001 , ...

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 — 24 October 1901

SENATOR F , M , WIE'S ' TESTIMONY , John Lewis Stands Peer to the Best ! HIS FXCHLUiNCY AS A STUDKNT , SCHOLAR AND TEACHER. Honest , Upright and Truthful. . AttsLKV CHBONIOLB. ) I 1 I have known Mr. John Lewis ( / "wall for uiauy yoars. Whild jot a | * Btudent tu the high'sohool at Urnken ! Bow , before I know him personally 1 beard from bin teajl'or , Mtfid Hutohiuson , of IIID excellency as n student. Aliart Hulehmson was a successful t aohor , a broat-uhded ! : cultured woman. Sho.pnd 'cd a successful future for liar pupil and referred many timed to his superior natural talents. 1 have vraluhod bis dovolopomont olosoly from that 'time to the present and as a citizen of Ouster county I am proud of him aa I am of many others wLo by their own efforts are preparing to take their place among the inflnen- ' tial scholars and educators of our state. VVitbout depreciating in the in the least the natural ability or the education of other young men of our countyand I know and apro- ciato t...

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 — 24 October 1901

J'h'e ' I3oetor' $ ByHesba Strctton CHAPTER Xl.-Contlnued. ( ) \That \ was my sentence of bnnHhtnrnt. Bho hnil only addressed me once during the conversation. It wan curious to see aow Uicro was no resentment hi ! ier manner to\ynnl8 my father , who hint sys tematically roblied her , whilst Khe truat- id me with profound wnith and bitter- SCB8. I The report of my father's illness had 'Wprcad before I ruuchod homc , nnd suf- clcntly accounted for < nir visit to Jer- ' cy , mid the temporary iiontponeinvnt of oy last trip to Knxhind before our mar- irlajjo. My mother , Joliiuiim nml 1 kept \ ur own counsel , and answered the many questions asked im AH vaguely * UN the ( Delphic oracle. I 1 wrote to Tardlf , tclllnn him 1 wa * colng for an Indefinite period to I.onlon , and that If any dlflkulty or danger Uhrentuned Olivia , I bugged of him to communicate with my muthur , whu Imd promised me to bofrlentl tier us far as it lay In her power. 'My poor mother ( thought of her without bl...

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 — 24 October 1901

"Btrnvra Show TVliloh Way the Wind 111 HUH , " And the constantly Increasing demand for and steady growth In popularity of Bt. Jacobs OH among all classes or people ple In every part of the civilized world how conclusively what remedy tlie pcoplo use for their Itheinnnttsni nnd bodily aches nnd palna. Facts spoaU louder titan wonls , ami the fact re mains utullsptite l that the sale of St. Jacobs Oil Is greater than all other roineilleB for outward application com bined. It acts like magic , cures wliero tTerjrthlng else falls , conquers pain. Cnro of I'o Is In 1'lniitn. 1 Disease of plants In pots is some times due to accumulation of nckl in Ihe soil. Placing the plants in new , fresh earth Is one of the remedies , but as some plants will neb bear re moval the use of hot water is resorted ko. First stir the soil as deep as it tan bo done , and pour water at a temperature of 140 degrees on the parth in the pob until it runs off Clear from the bottom. At the be- ffinnlg the water wil...

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 — 24 October 1901

Our * ( Analcy Cltlion. ) It is encouraging to note that many of the boot men in tlio popu- liat pnrty are now warm Hiipporters of the ropublioan tickot. ft ' , Lot the good work go on for the next ton days and every .republican candidate in Iho county will bo oleotod , Now recruits are rnportod ? : - s from every locality. > It is generally conceded * tliftt Doau was a failure at * county attor- nay' , nnd now ho asks iho p'soplo to elect him county judge Tbo poo' plo arc satisfied with Judge Armour and will ro-oloot him by 11 larger majority than over. When you oaHt your ballot for John Lowin for county finporintL-n- dcnt , you are voting lor a mau whouo highest ambition in I'duca- i tiou. Ilo is a Holf-inndu man who has proven hiinttolf to bo a HUO'IUHH ful educator , a ripe n-hohr , and a man of good judgment JiiBt bocauHo the populists have placed one or two nod men in nomination is no reiuou why any republican should vote for them. Every man on the ropublioan ticket is well...

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 — 31 October 1901

Ul.t Librarian Society VOL XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 31 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , | CHAM CHAT. yen eet'n ' < m ? The LCiV stiffened gold two platea of solid gold o u the 9 8 puteido of a composition raotal. A & Hotter than solid cold because A more Hiihstantin'l , all the riohnoHB 5 of design , all the carefulness ot 3 Gnldh iveu the most expansive $ chnhiB. A Whatever ono'a 'JCcupation , or 1 eec ial rank the most satisfactory ' to wear , the most prolltahlo to buy. buy.See See 'em. Graduate ot Chlcnuo Opthalmlc College. Moved to Sealty 1 Block. School Books , Tablets AND Ic School Supplies , r { AT J , G. Haeberle's : SEE W. D. Blackwell , If You Need I FIRE , a CYCLONE OR TORNADO MSUEANCE. None but the Beat Companies | All ICIiulH ol 3XotarVnrlc. . 6cho.ol Ordora Bought. lloiiBCH to Rent. 9 And Collections Promptly 0 = 11 Attended too. D Oflioe over N Glenn's Tailors w s\ \ Slvop , Broken Bow , Neb. r 3c 3S ) yji yji "ii 573''ir'Pj ) cUacii...

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 — 31 October 1901

Custer County Republican tXM AMBHK UT , Kdltor unit I'nblltll * ! BO1T NKIIKABK. * The story that Mrs. N.itlou Is going to tnr as Little Eva Is Indignantly de nied. Talking of that newly formed shovel trust It Is Impossible to dissociate these things from a klndof : scoop. The railroad.1 ; probably tlud It to Itisuc a few IhoiiKiind passes a year tban to pay taxes on their property. A Vienna medical sharp says babies are dangerous carriers of Boll your - , tlmt Is. wash your He careful , girls. A KjJju . Jerked her head HO a > xb at a young mnn tried to & / . that 'ift.il- dislocated her nock. The sultan hns renimw < A lUnllW > w , of wiping out Armenian. * , to let Hie powers till Tiaa confidence In A Brooklyn man has tnwii wimii v& pnralyilfl by being hit oa tibx wfcir plexus. It Is only fair , howevvr , to add Unit Mr. Fltzslmmons didn't deliver the blow. Kins Edward Is putting elevators In his palace. The king will now know hovr It seems to have the cold and ton...

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 — 31 October 1901

KNEW ; OF NO ENEMY WA8 MISINFORMED AS TO The ( I SPANISH FLEET. Who AT t > hrd Campaign of rijrlng Squadron Prlnnl * pnl AVIlnrn of the Dny Sigibe * Make * the MbUko. T Washington , Oct.23. Tbe Schley court of Inquiry opened yesterday with Lieut. B. W. Wells , Jr. , who TV.LS Commodore Pchley's flafe lieute nant during the Spanish war , on the stand , but he was soon displaced to How Yoeman Albert V. Masno , who iiad written the Pirooklyn's log for fethe period ro\erlng the Santiago campaign , to testify. Mr. Mason ex plained the erasures In the log entry referring to the Brooklyn's turn on day of the battle off Santiago , She le was followed by George B. Gra- Imm , who , as an Associated press correspondent , was with Commodore jrschley during the entire campaign. Mr. Graham's testimony covered all the principal events of tho. cam paign and discussed especially the bombardment of'the Spanish ship "Colon " on May 31 and the battle of teantlago on July ; i. Mr. Graham ( testified ...

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 — 31 October 1901

( dustet do. Republican "Pablliliod orerjr Thursday at the Comity Bout. D. M. AMS11KUKY , Editor * S-Ofllco In Onnlor lllock , fourth Ate.- Bntcrcd nt the poBtofllco nt Urokcn Bow , Nob. , at BccomUaliua matter fortrnumiilfelon through the U.S. Malls. Ono Year , In advance $1,00 ADVKUTISINQ UATKS. . Ono column , per month , 57.00. Ono-lmlf col umn , per month , $ i 00 ( liinrtcr column , per month , 82.0. Loni limn ijtmttrr column , fit ) cotita per Inch per month , Cards on flt t page , CO emits per Inch , per month. LocalndvcrtlMnt ; 6 cculg per line each Inter- tlou. tlou.Notice Notice ot church fulrc , loclnhlca anil nnlorlnlu- men Is whuru munoy ia cmirgfd , one.htilf ratoa , Society noticoa and retnlutlone , onc-lmlf rules , Wodcllng notices free , half price for pnhlltnlng list of tuceotita , Death notices frca , half pilci for pnlillehlnc obltunry notices , and cnnln of thanka. Legal not1co.i at ratt H pruvliluil l > ; I'atntca ot THUKHDAY.OOTOBlill 81,1001 , REPUBLICAN T...

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 — 31 October 1901

Pops Ndt What They Profess. For ycara populiBiH bavu boon . able to olcot tlio bh .Tiff of tlio oounty through n gounral under standing that a pop Riioriil would protoot the farmer with a raortyapo agninHt tlto inortR.iRco when nn attempt at iuruuUmUru WUH luiule.b ) having the lauti ttpprniflcd so high " that U would not HO ) ! , While the - pruotioo was not logitmato and worko.l a hardship on many inno- oout purchase of rt-al enUte inort- gageH , the o-nditiotisi w > ri finch that in cine a larmor ti'iuil on hit > land and was honootly ondoavoruiR to ineot his ohligatiottH it uaf regarded as juatifiublo. It IB nut a fact that n populist * huri < T wouU prolcut a per man ano honc-ft m.n any quicker than a r'p"l lioau would have done under lid > uon- ( * ditjonfljbut nH tlu < popnero in if po'wor when the 01 millions made it in aotno cawca justifiable they hiiooe- ed in making the average voters bo Hove that their only hope from be ing sold out of hoiiMO and home depe...

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 — 31 October 1901

: , toetor' ) $ Dilemma act By Hcsba Strctton O11APTBH XIII. In one scnso time seemed to bet aland- ing still with me n/ter my homo return , o llko were the dnys thnt followed the Kio to the ohor. Hut In another sense these dnys Hod with awful Hwirtness , for they were hurrjlng us both , my mother and me , to a gront gulf which would K > on , for too soon , lie between it * . Every afternoon Jiilln came to spend an hour or two with my mother ; hut her arrival wm always formally announced , and it was nn understood thing that I honld immediately quit the room , to avoid meeting her. There wan an etl- qoetto In hpr resentment which I wax bound to obierve. I had not tnkrn up .any of rny old pa tients ngnln , for I wnt determined that nvcrybody should feel thntmy residence at homo wn i only tempornry. But nbout ten days after my return the following Dote wni brought lo me , directed in full to Dr. Mnrtln Dobreo : "A lady from Knglnnd , who is only n visitor In Guernsey , will be much...

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 — 31 October 1901

In writing a lullaby , the composer ihould put In a lot of rests. Speaking of rapid transit , nothing can beat a train of thought. When a Judge can't forget a priso ner , docs he commit him to memory ? * I-T r- The exports of agricultural imple ments from the Uuled States to for eign countries for August amounted to $907,031. ITor the month last year ] I xports of the same goods amounted < > to 8719,655. , Care of tTic Complexion. Mfltiy persons with dullcate skin suffer ffrcntly In winter from chapping. Fre- unently the trouble uriscs from the use f. impure Ronp and chap salves. The /ace and bauds should lie washed only In Iear , hot water with Ivory soup. A lit tle mutton tallow or almond oil may be after the hath to soften the skim ELIZA 11. PAKKMIl. No Cnnsldrrntloit. , Husband "Whore is the hammer ? I Wife "You had It ) yesterday. " "I'm not where It asking was yea- toTday. " > "Yoa had it yesterday , and uo ono Iso has had it since" "Huh I Well , if you had the least ...

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 — 31 October 1901

Our ( Aualu ; Chronicle. ) The public and private lifo of Judge Armour is unassailable , Fotu * years n public servant and nol a'Haw nnywlioro to bo found , to bo picked up nnd hurled trith violence at hifl candidacy by the opposition. " J , W. Craig is n tliority/for ( lie statement that Weetervtllo township - ship will roll up one of llio largest republican majorities over known in Us history , llu gives as biH re asons for this prediction that uvcry republican le working for the suiv cesa of thu ticket. George Dewy , the republican can didaJLe for county clerk , in a farmer , lie has nerved on th < < county board and gained u ruputution for honesty and Inn manner in handling count } biiHinoHS Hhowud him to be a man of good bushiest ) judgement. Alpha Morgan , ch urinaii of thu republican county ei'nlr.il commit , tee wan in Aneley > i few hours Wednesday afternoon Air. Mor gan was on his waj home from a three day a tour in the euHtcrn part of the county. lie prcdiutu sue...

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