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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 21 November 1901

Rain and sweat have no effect on harness treated with Eureka liarj j tae Oil. It ft atits the dam keeps tbe leatl er soft and pll able. Stitches do not break No rough ur fl face to chafe and cut. The , harness not only keep * | looking like > new , but wears twice as long by the t | uie of Eureka Harness OIU Sold everywhere In cant A Made by Standard Oil \ \ Company Ityno. iMr.Tyron la shredding corn ut "V ranch. / Repair your lire guards you may need them on abort notice. 0. G. nnd JJ. F. Krulleld dehorucd their Cittlo last1 week. After a weeks vacation Miss , Anna Whittle resumed her school at River side Monday. Literary In full blast at Custer. J.H. Smith , president , J.F , Pox worthy , vice presidentMrs.C G.Empfiold secretary and R. P. Emplield treasurer , every body Invited. ( Omitted from last week. } Fine weather for gathering corn' and doing fall work. ill. G. Donnel lost eeven sheep last week ; alfalfa bloat did it , Miss Anna Whittle closed R three month term of school...

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 — 21 November 1901

M. . . : . . : . . : . * . : . . ! . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Jhe Boetor'S Dilemma By Hesba Stretton lit CHAI'THH XVI.Continued. ( . ) "You are looking rather low , " she Jrlumphnntlj "ralluir blue , I millil < "i.v ; la tlioro anything tin1 mutter ultli .von. Jour fnco Is us lung as a IbMle. 1'erhaps tt Is. the Feu dial mako.s you melniieholy. "Not nt all. " I auswere.l. . irjnu toE " sailor , l or- > nk briskly ; "I am un old E pi you will feel melancholy bj-im'- ' Luckily for me , my prophecy was fill 'Wled shortly after , for the day win rough enough to produce uiiconifortnblc m-iisa- Sons .hi those who won ? not old sailors tike my clf. M. tormentor was pros- tiato to the last moment. When we nn 'liored at the entrance ol . the Creu\ . and tin- small bo.its came out o carry IIH ashore , 1 managed easily lo secure n place In the llrst. and to lose right of her In the bustle of Inn ling. As won ns my feel inue-liNl tlio shore I start- d off nt my swiftest puce ...

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 — 21 November 1901

irnlr Dorothcn , a goodly m j-de , From I'urltnns descended , In klrtlc , cap and kerchief prayed TliiU famine sore be ended. ThouH\i plump and fair albeit she kept , Che tired of frugal living , 3o prsyed she while the KIders slept , "tord , send a true Thankaslrlns/ ' The cunning Inns. She had no lack Of gown or ermine tippet , Of mettled palfrey's pinioned back. Or pretty fawning whippet. The roses In her saucy cheeks ' Are not by famine shrunken. Her wholesome appetite bespeaks The pies of quince or pnmpkln. > But ah , her secret yon hare guessed , Sharp eyes her tricks discover ; For Mistress Dorothea Is vexed T mlis her soldier lover. Who , with his bullets , powder , watch , 'a. forests dense Is living , rftiat he the bounding roe may snatch To make their flrst Thanksgiving. Ah , Miss Dorothea , your face In smiling beauty painted , I < ooks on me from a panel' * space , Long , long , hare you been painted. Hay we , though centuries apart , In pence and plenty living , ...

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 — 21 November 1901

IUI. GRAB SALE ! GRAB SALE ! A Honolulu Coou Co. A Honolulu Coou Co. , number ing 30 people , band and orchestra , traveling in its own palace 'oars , will be the attrnotion at the opera house Friday , November 22. This company has returned from a suc cessful toure of the coast states and the press throughout the country speaks well of it. The Butte Minor says ; "A Honolulu Coon Co , is one of the beat and largest organizations that has visited Butte in yoais. " The Deadwood Times says : "The sho\t ia strictly up to dote and very large. Their per formance is new and funny. " Mr. McCarvor , the manager of the company assures the people that the show will bo hero as advertised aud all wishing to see something new in shows should got their Boats early. Prices reduced to COo , 35o , and 26o. If you don't got your Beat early , you will have to "go way back and stand up. " Letting of the Slur Mall Itoutes With Free llox Delivery. The Post-office Deportment is now receiving proposals for c...

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 — 28 November 1901

\ , > < -IV" . V , VOL X-X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 28 , IQOlr-EIGHT PAGES , N0.24 , ' * The wiao young man will kill two birds with one utono by inakiug the Engagement THE Present , mid tbo wise young woman will com mend hiH economy. No auoh pretty selections of i elsewhere in town , ac we are now showing , Kings at all prices but cvory 0110 a'beauty. Graduate ol Chlcaeo Optbalmlo College. 3l" NMBTOTO mTOqKlCTCi73miTO.I nBI School Books " , f"/ Tablets AND Market Uepnrt for Today. WUeat . . . . . . . . . ? .55 11 at 1 By . . . . . - . . .80 Oats . ,3 * > Corn . 45 ® ,9S Uye . . . 4U llutter . 16 20 Potatoes , per tmshel . , . I 10 Onloun. per buatiol . . 1. .00 Gblckene , per pound . , . . - . .01 Iloge . 5 . ! > 5 Cows . . . .SfU.OO ® U. 50 i , per > oimd , C6 StUw , per cwt .10 Day , New , per ton 4.50 SugnrSiec ) cwt . . . 6.00 When you fool that Ufa is hardly worth the candle tiike a dose of Cham berlain's Htomucb and Liver Ta...

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 — 28 November 1901

Custer County Republican D.BI. AMBUKItltV , KilHornii.l I'nhlUlmr Czol'gosr. could not have found swift er Jnstlco If he hntl advertised for 1L In Hawaii four crops of potatoes ore produced lu n year. Hero's rlchncoa for "Indlrldunl opinion" Is In most cases mcrelF nnolher nniiic for personal prej udice. Among the few possessions of H shift less ninn you will always llud a worth less Jog. An Irian philosopher says It's all right to make liny while the sun shlnod pro- rlded It's cloudy. Probably the top round of the ladder only exists In the Imagination , as no body nan nccecded In fuelling It The man who nlwnys tries to oblige people bocuuso they live uiidcr the name roof with him has a thankless Job , Tlie thing Is gel flu ; : serious. A Texas Judge bus decided nal n wife has a | | right to whip hoc husband IIH often us j slu ; cares to uiiike Hie ulleinpt. Tlie Sultan of Turkey Is reported to be In poorhealth. The payment of those little bills Indicated a general breaking up of hi...

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 — 28 November 1901

B. \ it-- ! tr > menU - nU- ac < tct. and 'tcr de- urs , cnt1 ver ely tf , ' ill * Cur-1 Id's ) sftl1 i a ! oto t Ing rlcs veil1 avc Cid- na his thi tal' ' om tht th ( 111 : QC' irt- - is : m , p : Of f Itt Itt , t t U- ' Wt ' on / / si 7 ! in seVC ( VC le. snows HIM MERCY | 'NI nC > MURDEREn IN MISSISSIPPI [ I JB [ NOT LYNCHED. Dnltif ; the Killing Aitiilltn Taking ' > "wt Implicates Another l > r- iiior < ) iioof Dofliint Unconcern-t ir slo Tnlio IU Conmo. , , Oxford , Miss. , Nov. 22. Will Ma- Rlfls , the alleged murderer of the two "Montgomery : * , who gave himself ut > > lasb night to ofllcers at Dallas , was brought here today by a posse of fifty nrmcd men 'When first arrested , 4fc Is said , Mathis confessed to hav ing shot tin1 Montgomery's , and gave "detailed account of the deed , which tallldd with the confession made by tlio negro Orlando Lester , Mathis' alleged partner in the crime. Upon reaching Oxford , Mathis voluntarily rluilde a statement ...

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 — 28 November 1901

Jnalet ( o , Ilcunbiicmi " f ablUbed orory Thursday at Uio Comity Boat. D. M. AMHllllHHV , Editor SJOfflco in Cantor Block , Fourth ATB.-C- Eatfrcdat thapO9to&lcoat llrokcii How , Nob. , SB RttOond-olMH tnntier for trantttnltMon through tbaU , b. Malls. BUUBPnilTlOH J'HICK1 On V ar , In advance 21.00 ADVUHTIBINQ IITUS. . Ono rolamu , tier month , if o" Ono-lmlf col umn , per month , 81 o-J ( jinriiT colunin , | irr month , fe'J.W ) l m linn 'jimitor column , M cent * per Inch per month Cfttilt on Utft | pu ( JO tout * PIT luoli , pur monlh. Local arivcrtlrlnK f caulii pnr line each Ibier- tlon. Notice o ( clinrch ( lrs BOcUlilos nnd c nlortnlu- inenU whutu money l ituitK'il.diiit.lmlf rale * . Soclet ) nolicd mil ) rm'lutloiu , one half rutra. W UdlllKEOlleeii ttvv. li lf pllci- for ptlhllnlng llstof pru rnl ( > . Dcnth notices fna , tmlf prlr < for imbllguitig obllmry notices , nnil cnrdmif lliatil < i > . ' tagal niillcai at run a | > i. vulul hy t'ntntoanf Nekr...

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 — 28 November 1901

Soft Harness You cnn make your bar- nr i ia tuft na n Rlbve nml in imteh na wire by mliut R | KKKAlInr- n ( inn Oil. You mil \ni \ h > it.i liffninkiilt lu < , t n ni long us It ordinarily would. makes n poor looking bur- iitsa like now. Hmlo of pure , heavy bodloil oil , ri. pecbillv ] iri'pirc < l to with- nuiud tha weather. Bold everywhere Iti cans ull slzeti. Mstto by STANDARD OIL CO. urnT.u FIUMI JUUUK oni.u. f5i yo v Jh , Minn. , N \ . -Jo , 1001. DKAII EDITOR : Yotu valuable i paper n UK'S to us t-vory Sut d.iy as a letter Iri-m fiiiinlf at homo , very donr to UH. It comes on the west bound train , DO it must come by the way of Chicago , but neyertho less , it id welcome \vhen it arrives. Wo have had a very line fall hero. Thin morning the ground was covered with enow but at neon it was all gone. The work in the woods has buon yoing on for some- June ; the wages arc from $28 to $05 a moral ) , but the camps are getting iillod-up fast. They are waiting , for snow , HO...

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 — 28 November 1901

ByHcsba Stretton O1IAPTKIJ XVm.-lContinucd. ) "Why , Martin , " she p.ild , uvorllnj : her co from me , "you know I should never onscnt to marry you , with the idea of pur carinc mn.st for that slrl. No , I ' never do that. If I belle * . M you rould ever think of me IIH j u ui < cd to before yo i saw her. well. I would trim to > mi. Hut Is tin-re any hope tf tlialV" "Let us he frank with one another , " I mirwered : "toll me , Is there any one else ( vhciil you wo.dd marry if I released you from this promise , which was only plvcn , kcrbaps , to soothe my mother's last lours ? " "Yes , " answered .lohanna , whllM Julln kid her face In her hands , "she would parry my brother. " Captain Carey ! I fairly pisped for ircath. Such IMI idea had never once ccurred to me , though I l.n-w hi < had ccn spending most of her time with the JareyK at tlu * Vale. Captain Onrey to inrryl and lo marry Julia ! To KO and Ivo in our house ! I wan struck du nl > , md fancied that I had heard...

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 — 28 November 1901

THE ARTISTIC TEMPERAMENT. 1113 nrtlstlc faculty IB ouc of the Inherited traits of woman. It Is betrayed In her cnrllest efforts at adornment of her pcrnon and surround ings. It Is the tompurnmeiit of woman , as well sin her natural birthright , to ctinnl the beautiful In life , and to make her whole existence a visible manifes tation of It. Civilization hits given to her opportunities In this direction de nied her In the past. She has been emancipated from the slavery of condi tions which narrowed and destroyed these possibilities of personal expres sion born within her. Vet even In barbaric times she was uot blind to the Influence of personal adornment. The evolution of her dress may have beeti from the rude blanket and wild boar's eklu to the m lern silks and furs of un rivaled beiuhy and pletures < mene.ss ; but there were always , even In the be ginning , a method of wearing the gar ments that betrayed the dormant gifts. She could be artltstlc even with the simplest and rudes...

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 — 28 November 1901

vsssssisaiiGRA ALE ! vniv I IIH T I m& mvk I GRA SALE ! ? o IIVNO Q. A. Grilllth took several premiums on iipploa at the Ouster uounty f ir. Good. Ur. Picket was parading aroundKyno laat week , but ho neglected to pay NUB- by a visit. Mine Ethel Wright clonud u three uiouthn term of pchool , at Mo. 141 , Fri day. 8ho has been employed to tench the winter term ; Arthur Deal and family of College Springe , Iowa are visiting HDIODR re- latlyes in Ouater county. Mre.lt eul is a Blfltor to Mrs. Donnel G. A. and A. B. Griffith. Sohaatlne Neth's family are soverly afllluted with typhoid fever. Ilia old est eon ngoil about IB years'died Inat Saturday and ho ( Neth ) and two daugh ters lives are still deepared of. Tiiu Farmers Olub will meet In Youiina Hnll in Callaway on Saturday , Decem ber 7 , at onoo'clock p.m. Would write the program but fvar the wast basket , as it IB lengthy ; everybody welcome , Come and sea for yourself. GKOUaKTOWN. " Thanksgiving Bervicea and sermon at liurr Oa...

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 — 5 December 1901

v stftto Hist LlbrtulMi Eooicly VOL XX" , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUN1Y , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 5 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 25 And nothing is uioor , tuoro enduring or appropri ate than a piece of JEWELRY of pure gold or silver the two precious metals. This year wo offer au unusually , neat and com. plete He lection of very 1 , i h grade at prioi'H which will is not wiae to defer your Holiday buying. Our stock ia nowcoinpioto-aloro lees crowd ed your selection enieer your satisfaction fur more certain - tain than in the last hours of hurry and worry. To help you choose early , wo put your BO- lection aside for future delivery Graduate ot Chlcaeo Outlialmlo College. msimxssms School Books , Tablets -AND Schoel Supplies , AT J. G. Haeberle's : Market Uoport fur Today. Wheat S ilarloy Oats . . Corn 45 0 Hy butter 1'olatoei , per bnsliol . Oulon * . per fcushol. . . , Qblckone , per pound , ; ' . ' i tOW . . , . t. \ > . . . .SS.OO V9 .DU jJu.'eiB.f. > A $3. & ) ® 'i.oo ...

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 December 1901

I justcr County Republican D. M. AMHIIKItltY , Killtiiriinil 1'iilillnlinr BllOKUN liOW , NlCllltAHKA Mlsa Emma Goldman's trade as Jour- ncymnn anarchist IB spoiled. A. dcnf and dumb man IH apt to talk Hrnlght out from the shoulder. Andrew Carnegie , dealer In libraries , linn added n pipe-organ department to his business ) . If the Ice Im.x could talk the reputa tion of u grea't miuiy professed tcoto- toleru would he ruined. 1 All that tlio parents of Sloshgoah are guilty of la bringing him Into tlie world. But thla Is not an Indictable offense. Nothing Ima been brought out in the Bchley Inquiry to lead to the suspicion that the SpanlHh navy made HB escape. Some of the ladles iippc-ir to have been Interested In the Alfred millenary Imply because they didn't notice the npclllng. Would that one of I In > e romle opera brigands In the Acrom.iunean moun tains would hold Kmnin lioldman'u hand for $110,000 ransi in. Who says we are not creatures of clr- cum.stnnces ? Notice how unexpe...

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 December 1901

SCORE OF PEOPLE DEAD [ ER tXPLOSION AT DETROIT m COSTS MANY LIVES. Hrcoturcd-PIrr Add * to tlii Horror-llrcitk * out InuHMllntpljr lHV\Vrccl 'il IHilldliiB-Corpses Honied l'Tom Dttbrli. Croit , Mich Nov. 27.-Twcnt } h V Tare dead , ten of them unidentl- [ MgiFnml so terribly burned and black- icoUhat identification Is almost Im- , and twenty-seven other men lying in the various hospitals of Jclty stilTeting from terrible cuts Iburns and other injuries , all reef - of the explosion of one of the njoficrs in the Pcnbcrthy Injector tcSffipany's large plant at the corner itbbott street and Brookwin avo- 0ao : o'clock today. SK.VHCIMSO IN TUB HU1NS. or"ilght a great force of men is [ Searching the ruins by electric light , fanfrfthe work \ \ ill not be stopped un- fnffevery foot of the debris has been [ examined. Iffjio Pcnberthy Injector company's Ifluuit occupied half a square at the Rosier of Abbott street and Brookwin 1 lavorme. It was composed of two Ibllck buildings , separated by ...

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 December 1901

, l lied orry Thursday at Uiu Oonnty 8o.it. . M. AM8BEUHY , Editor tS-Ofllro 111 Oncwir Dlock , Fonrth ATO. Ruterrilui KIM iH > t < ni\co \ ftt llrokvii Dow , Neb , , At second .alMManttcr for trancmlmlou through thu U. rt , Malls. fl BUllbCJUtTlON 1'MOKi One Vnnr , nndvnncu t $1.00 ADVKHTlalNO HA.TK8. One column , per month , $7.00. Onn-lmlf col umn , per inontB. glK ) Qunrler column , per niuiith. fS.&O , LOM than ijunitcr cjluiun , W cents per Inch per month. C&riM on Iliat imgo , CO cents pur llicti , per month , LocitladverllMtigfi roiilft per lluu uacli liner- . - 4 Notice ( if clnircli fairs , noclnlilcii and onlertnln- liltiiU utioro money U cliiUKidi uue.hnlf rntOP , hoolflt ) notices nud riw'Iutloni" , oiio-lmlf rules. \\eiUllDR totlci'S fr o. h lf prlcv for pulilltliliif ; lilt of lirreeiitR. , Death notions trio , Imlf jirlct for | > nmli < lili > c obltunry noticed , mill cnriln of thtuikn. Legal iiutlcot t mint pruTldutl hjr s'alules of THURSDAY ...

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 December 1901

I A good looking ' horeo nnd poor look' ? / ? , _ Inn hnrnusR la the wont kind of n comf1 blnatlon. l Eureka Harness Oil' notonlrtnakwtholmrnewnndthB ' , .n home look better , but rqakM the I , leather soft and pllnblr , puts It In con. ( II dltlon to lust twlcs BS Ion * us U orillnarlly would. I Bold tf fTwli te la t oill ] iliti , w l. b/ STANDARD , , OIL CO. * / Give Your Horse a Chancel Tlmnlisgi ttg Scrvk-o- The Uiiidii Thanksgiving Service hold last Thursday ovcnin/ the Episcopal church was quitu ; i sno * ocss. Tkv Chnrtiii tt'ns dcooratod for the occasion. The attendance was largo , the capacity was in sufficient to aocomadato the crowd. Rev. Trites of the Methodist church d livnred an able and helpful Thanksgiving sermon tint was well received. Excellent music was furnished by the united choirs , under the efToicnt leadership of Mrs. Guttorsou , which added very materially to the interest. The offering for tlm poor was a generous one , consisting of 812,50 in cash and n lar...

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 December 1901

By Hcsba Strctton i f t K. * . : . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * GUAITKU XX.-lContltnicd. ) "You Invo liorV" snlil .loliamm. "Ccrtnlnly , " 1 nnswcrc-d , "ns my 1 * Irr. " "Bettor tlinn nny womnn now HvlriK ? " he nurxucd. . "Yes , " I ronllud. "That is ull .Inlln n-nniroM , " * lie con tinued ; "so lut UH Rny no mnro nt pres v. , , ent , Mnrtln , Only umlc-nnnii'l ' tlutt nil Idea marring.1 ! lunwoon liur and my brother Is < iulto put nwny. Don't unuu with HIP , don't contrailli-t mo. Conic t > tfc us HH you would liavu done lint for thut uiifnrtunnto i-nnvprsntlnn Inst nlilit. All will come rlpht liy-nnd-liy. " "Hut Onptaln Unrcy " I bognn. "Thoro ! not a word ! " film Inturruptcd imperatively. "Toll inn nil about tlmt irrctch , Kleliiml Foster. How did , \ou eomo ncrosn hlinV Is ho likely to die ? In ho onytliiiiK lilco Kntu DaltrcyV I irlll never oall her Kate Dolirec IIH long it the world liisK ( JoHioMnrtln , toll we everything about him. " Slip ftnt with IUP moHt ...

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 December 1901

. Tlio Only .Sxfoty. Housekeeper "I don't see why a big , able-bodied man like you should be begging for a living. " Tramp "To tell ych th1 trull , folks Is hard-hearlci muni ) gettin1 so - that a gent's really got to be big and able-bodied to beg without KCttln1 hurt. " Last year's lire losses in the United States were ,8101,000,000. The great est loss was in 1893 , $107,544,317. WHAT A LEADING AGRICULTUR- 1ST SAYS OF WESTERN CAN - DA. Prof. TUomm Shaw of Minnesota Util- Yeralty Olvcs uu UnMuscU Oji uloii. In a letter to "The Farmer , " St. I'atil , dated Sept. 1 , 1001 , 1'rof. Thomas Slinw of the Minnesota State University lias the following to say , after bavin ; , made a trip through Western Canada : "The capabilities of the Immense area known as Western Canada are but lit tie understood ou this side of the Hue. Our people are apt to look upon It as region of front and snow , a couuto In which but a small portion of the land relatively will ever be tillable be cause of the rigo...

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 December 1901

We Want Your Holiday Orders. Santa Clans Headquarters ! of Saint Nick Fourteenth Visit CO COo to UH in Broken Bow o Now Citron. Wall L min. New llalMna. UlfSI J/ltlll'B Now CarnnU SUml Ltiups New MinceMr.it. attiJorit LttnpB. New Apple liattrr. I.nmnn. New { 'eich ( latter. All Klucli or Lnrajifl. ABW CUer. OJBL M wNu . w H TOIJUKT KT . New h > w Apple * . Ca ior . New Ot pc New Water Sol J < w A Kliia Ten I'lice Toilet wTb y art Fine Set I'or Oriy 0.1 75- Sent ygur I'httMiuan Tree Coinmltti'Un to il WP Celery r tec < ly loiwr'o u now , as bi'fore. Wo will Rlv you ptlcm ou KwuU that iionno will bu wlllliiKtn mwt 03 In jour Tot.ncco . T K ( , itml hny } < > ur Girl 03O uChtl : < tm 9 Prci-tnt. O | * r MM IJIiler VlnnRnr. For a Happy Xmas , j. G Bora. I nm doing to lo\\i ) n'n. Jlrol.cn until nun HUH Good Apples at Bowen's , Try Us. THE ISLAND OF UUAJil. BY . H. H1ATT. Agana , Island of Guam , Sept. 27 , 1001. EDITOU riupumiOAN : The his tory and facts relating to th...

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