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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 7 September 1899

SUto Ulct Librarian soclotj VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 7 , 1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 12 Lunch Counter , Ed. Mnlloy , Prop'r. All kinds of soft drinks. Bent brand of cigar- , let building oapt of Farmers' bank. Clinton Day , K 1IVHICIAN ANI > HUKCiliON , Broken Bow , , Nob. ' ' " ' Ollloo over llycrson's grocery. JJi'Sly ( Jonco ( Itti.hquan woatpf Oaptist churuh. Clieckered Front KWBU AND MVKKY 11AKN , U IJ. II. CI < I4t:3IAM , I rm > 'r. solicited. Good accommodations , ( air treatment and rcaaonnblu rates. R. B. Mullins , Physician - and - Surgeon , HcMdonco nret houeo west of McComaa' drnc store , omoo lu the Myere bulldlnc as uoon ns complotud. t5ry"lirokon How , - Nubmekn. Dr. Chas. L. Mullins , PHYSICIAN AND SUUOKON. 2d stairway from woht ondin Rf ally block ; resideiioo , north suit- . Farmers , ask my competitors if they cau carry $ ,1000.000 or' Insurance against Fire , Lightning , Tornadoes , Cyclones and Wind Storms for e...

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 — 7 September 1899

'ALL ' ARE AT WOJUC. A TYPICAL CENTER OF PRO TECTED INbUBTRY. ( Rxrm > nlliir.ry fllttmlng lijr a rrre-Trndn Inurnnl on the Condition of Thing * Tltnt lln rnllnwnil th Itrf nrullnn of Aiiixrlc ) > iI'otlry. _ wtt1 York World lliaa discovered the cxlRtMicc-of a Orpfitcr Klondike.- It IH located In PlttsburK , that hlvo of protected InrltWrleaiMld the'-World'a correspondent Is telllnpt-Hmhc tiltPrtlo- rjes ot jtlje wondprfnl piflAtfetH'oE llio region.The fltorlesyiroyelj tpld , njul they ha\p the additional merit of be ing tr | -fllUch" K hlffrc Than cnn be shirt of ivll'thq World's , stories. Ro- diiccd Co n brief torin of rtlalt'rhpnt , the slttmtlonMa western Eenaylvnnia's In dustrial Eldorado Is thus described : "Area of Pittsburgh Industrial Klon dike , 180 square miles. "Number of Industries being operat ed on full time , , JU8. , , "Number of men employed In these , embracing all classes , 270,000 , " "Average wages per day , $2.15. "Range of wages , $1.75 to $7 per day. ...

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 — 7 September 1899

CHAPTER XVIII. Marguerite Lilboiirne and Mary Stcll- Ing 'sat lazily over their breakfast In a private hotel. It was April a fair , sweet spring morning : All London was looking its very best , and the flower sellers adorn ed ( he streets with masses of pale primroses and dainty Lcnt-lllles. Mary was reading a letter , .Marguerite lis tening. "And mother likes the house so much , " said Mary , "and Is longing for us to come down. She hopes we shall not stay In town more than a week. Can we get through everything In a week , Madge ? " "Oh , I think so. I am longing to see our , new home. " "We are so delighted that darling Marguerite has decided to come to us , " read Mary. "The society is , so nice here ; we have had all the best people calling already.- 'am sure you will both be pleased with the garden and tennis lawns. As to Marguerite's rooms , she must choose and furnish them herself. The father went over yesterday to look at Bernard's estate such a uoblo place , he says--magnlf...

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 — 7 September 1899

( Jo * Jlcpublican mbllthod every Thnrid y at the Conntjr Peat. E > . M. AMMW * UU.Y , KUltor .tj-onico In Unctor lllock , Fourth Are.-t CnUrcd at the poftofllcn t llrokon How. Neb , , u BeconilcIa.sm tU > rfortrunrul ilon through tne U. B. m ll . _ _ BUliaCHHTlON I'lllCB : One Yearin advance > ' -0 ° THURSDAY. SEPT. 7. 16UO. REPUBLICAN TICKET. County TlcUct. For County TrtMnrer. WALTim GKOBQB. For SherllT , Capt.V. O.TAUJOTT. For County Ork , JAMES CHITTIOK. For Olerk of DUt. Court , Lieut. II. F. KENNBDY , For Connty Judge , J. A. AllMOUK. For Connty Superintendent , J. 11. TAQQAHT. For Connty Bur-aye r , F. E. viHANTWBHl' . For County Coroner , . Dr. It. F. DAVIK3. ToVMHlilt > Ticket. Clerk , W. W. CO\VLF.3. Trcnuicr , J. M. K1MBKHUNO. Juttlcea of tbo Peace , J.J. 8NYDKH L. McOANDLESS. Oonit bles , P. M. TOWBI.KY. WM. llAUKK'rr. IloiJ Ororeoon , DUt. No. 1 , CHAS. DAVIS. Dl No. 2J. 11. KRNOYKIt. Illt. No. 3 , JOHN DOYCB. Dint. No. 4. I N I'EUSHALL. Dial. No. 5 , P. II...

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 — 7 September 1899

America's Greatest Circus Coming to Broken Bow Sept , n. RINGLING BROS' 1 1 I I H \ w Lm i I IB % i - - L-/ t % * * rM World's Oreatest Shows , .1 THE INVINCIBLE MONARCH OF THE AMUSEMENT WORLD. f - . 1000 People , 05 Railroad Cars , COO lloraos , 300 Porformcra , 5 Bit ? Arenas , 1 Aerial Enclave , | Milo Race Traulc , 25 Elephants , 100 Dons and Cages , 12 Acres of TontH. $3,700,000 Invested , $7,400 Daily Expenses , A MAJBSTIC , Iiu-osiNa , IUKAL , PATRIOTIC SPKOTAOLK , Last Days of tiie Century OR , TiJE LIGHT OF LIBERTY ! OVER 1000 PKOPLE AND IIUNUUEU8 OF IIOHbKS IN Till : CAST. TlIIC ONI.Y EXIIIHITION IN TUB \VoRLI ) RKPRESRNTINO John O'Brion'rt FnmotiP Equine r > -t KINK o r\"O O17 C ! IN ONE 11INO > AT ONE T1MK' OJ. 1IREO JCiUJLvioJuQ PKHPOH&IBD Y ONK MAN , LOCKHAET'S FAMOUS COMEDIANS , GREAT FEATURE IIERR SOUDER'S WONDDRFUL FUNNY ELEPHANT BRASS BAND. it in Mr tiff FREE EVERY MORNING AT 10 DlU NtW STREET IN O'CLOCK. ONE50C TICKET A MITH TO KW.'A VTJU5KJO. KAprj Excu...

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 — 7 September 1899

COSTER CODNTY REPUBLICAN D. Vubllier. | | BtSw. ' - . TIII- : NEWS IN oncr. JPJjx-Governor Merrill of lown dice nt oi Angeles , Cnl. $ arnh Rndcllft ot Reynolds , a jmtlon at the Lincoln ( Neb. ) Insane hospltnl conjmlttcd sulcldo by hanging. ' dnptfiln D. 11 , Ilrulnurd , ' chief com missary nt Manila. IIIIH asked to b < roUcvcd on account of 111 licnlth tfho government will ucnd ir 0,00 ( fccC of lumber to tbo Philippines to nit natives In rebuilding Uiclr homca John Johnson , n farinon living noui Stnnton , Neb. , was shot nnd Instantl : Wiled by hlB half-brother , Oliver An demon. The SpnnlHh Red Cross noclety Imp news from Manila that Agulnaldo hoe promised to release nl | nick Spanlsl ' ' ' prisoners. ftover.np'r Stephens , has { mrdoncY 1Ar.z\o \ Wong , who "was nenl from St , Tallin In October In 18)7 ! ) under sen tence of fifteen years for murder in Din second degree. The Army and .Navy Magazineof "Washington Is preparing to Issue n souvenir edition devoted exclusively ...

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 — 7 September 1899

TALMAGE'S SERMON. BUSINESS LIFE , LAST SUN DAY'S SUBJECT. A .Lecture In Common lloncd ? "NoI Slothful In llutlntiJftl Fertmit In Hnlrlt ) Serving the Loril" Horn. lajll. ( Copyright 1S09 by I.ouls Klopsch. ) Industry , devotitneps and Uhmtlun fiervlce nil comnicnded In thut short text. Vhat ! Is It pdsslblo that they shall b"o conjoined ? 'Oh , yes. 'Thoje Is no war between religion and busi ness , between Icdgora and Bibles , be tween churches nnd country houses. On the contrary , religion accelerates business , sharpens men's wits , sweet ens acerbity of disposition , fillips the blood of phlegmatlcs , and throws mqrp velocity into the wheels of hard w.ork , U gives butter balancing to the Judg ment , more strength to the will , more mtisclo to Induatry , and throws into enthusiasm a more consecrated flre. You cannot in all the circle of the world show mo n man whose honest business has been despoiled by re ligion. The Industrial classes arc divided In to three groups : producersj...

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 — 7 September 1899

RECEPTION OP CO , M. A llilnrloiiH Time from tlio Time the lit coining Train miH Sighted OH Thura- diiy Evening : , until the Hoys Hcuclicil the ArniH of their Friends at the Dpnot. Friday tlio Urcat Duy fur Citizens and Soldiers. Thousands of JLVople 1'artlcipnte in ( lie Uraml Hccciitlun. Fatrlotlo Speeches and HongH Enliven the OcciiHlon. The blowing of whiatlun and ringing of bulls Thursday ovoniug at B o'clock , as the B. & M. passou- gur train oamo in sight , was a signal to the citizens of the oily that thu long prayed for ovonl of nnxioub fathers and niotborH was at band , and that company M , of Nebraska's iigbting First , were approaching. The occasion had already boon an- tioipatod , aud the platform at the depot was crowded , as well aw the ground for r-ovoral rode , with hun dreds of rolativcH and friends of the boys , bent on being the first to ex * tend a welcome grasp or loving embrace. As the train approached the band played "Homo Sweet Homo , " but amid the che...

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 — 14 September 1899

* lntf. * l - - . . li , . v-tf-t + - - * ' ' wi < H WJ- in > * , * - " - " "r-0 5- VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 14 1899.-EIGHT PAGES , NO 13 I.1VWIB it WIIITK. I'rop'N. IIEAI.KIIH IN I .U tfc tillANlTU MoNUMUNTS All kinds of cemetery work , Workumiisliip atul prices yuaranluod Shops at BROKEN BOW and ANSLEY. Lunch Counter , Ed. Wlalloy , Prop'r. All kinds of soft drinks. Best jr brand of cigarp. 1st building east of Farmers' bank. Clinton Day. Broken Bow , Nob. OIHoo'ovor UyorBon'a j-rocory. Kcaly donco O'.h house west of Baptist e.hurcb. E. B. Mullins , Physician and - Snrgooii , o Uret IIOMBO wuet of McCoinas' drug storu. Oillco Iti the Myers bill dlni ; us POOH ua completed , How , - Ncbreekn. Anybody's Nose la net everybody's none A certain Individual with eeit 'n nose mid u curthiu gl .BS , ui-\y ran , jump , ride , BIH-I z , P-CH-II , Iniigh t > till lila n' ' fs-'a cll ( K ! | S though part ot IIH ! pliyeioguuiny ; while K...

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 — 14 September 1899

V'O JL O HUSBAND By Author of "Hetty , " Etc , J CHAPTER I. Five o'clock on a July afternoon an afternoon hot everywhere , hottest of all hero In London ; a dreary , shade- less house in a dingy square ; a small upstairs room half schoolroom , half sitting-room ; an open window , at which much dust , much sunshine and little air came in ; and near the win dow , sitting rigidly upright In a low chair meant for lounging my Aunt Jane , talking reasonably , mapping out mu future life for mo tranquilly , but with decision. I sat and listened In silence ; Meg , leaning back against the cushions of the shabby little sofa , put down her novel to listen , too. Dora , with her sowing in her hands , became suddenly indolent. Aunt Jane talked on and no ono interrupted. I fancy I hear her still her calm , even , uncmphatlc tones , that expressed suoh rational sentiments , such unro- mantlc , excellent common sense. When I shut my eyes the whole scene conies hack to me. I am seventeen again , a s...

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 — 14 September 1899

Ilrouglit Tlit-lr Herons Itninr. The cost of transporting the Tenth regiment of Pennsylvania from San Francisco to Chicago was ? 30,851. From the latter city to Plttsburg the Keystone state's troops were carried free by the Pennsylvania railroad , which company also took entire charge gratis of all transportation arrange ments over the whole route. on On tho" crowded East Sldo of Now York the city lias invested $120,000 i in another little park. It contains six acres thnt were a mudholo near Cor- lear's slip. Do Your Foot Artie nnd JlurnT Shako Into your shoes Allen's Foot- Ease , a powder for the feet It makea tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns , Bunions , Swollen , Hot and Sweating Feet. At nil Druggists and Shoo Stores , 25c. Sample sent FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted. LcRoy , N. Y. Something Worth Striving : Chicago Times Herald : "What , " asked the lady who believes in the eter nal rights of women , as she sot down the glass from which she had moisten ed her throat , an...

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 — 14 September 1899

flio. ycpuWican I'nhlldicd every Thtirtilay nt the County Beat. . M. AMH3M-MUV , miltor * * -Onico In Cuplcr Illock , Fourth ATO.-C * ' Entered ntlho poptolllco nl llrokon How , Nob. , ccoml claim matter , for trntmnlBitoii through tno U. 3. snails. r S SUliaOUIlTlUN 1'IUUICi ' * One Year , In ndvunco . .81.00 rilUUSDAY , SKPT1-1 , 180S ) . REPUBLICAN TICKET. Cuiuity Ticket. * r Count , < vf Kor County Clerk Kor Olork of Ilst. Court , Lieut. II. F. KKNNKDY For County JU , | For County Superintendent , J. ll.TAUUAHT. For County Snrvay r , K. B. VANANTWHIll' . For County Coroner , Dr. II. K. UAVIKS. TotVIIHlllp TIClCCl. CICr" ' W. W. COWU5H. J , M. KIMIIKKLINO. n L. MoOANUhESS. Constables , I' . 11. TOWBI.KY. Wu. IIAIUUJTT. lloriOTflrffi o.l.CllA8.1IAVIS. Dlst No. 2J. II. HKNOYKIt. Dlst. No. 8 , JOHN I10YOK. Dint. No. 4 , 1 N 1'KltSIIAU. . Dlst. No. n , tf.II AltTlIUIl. Dint. Mo. 0 , O. K UADWKLIj. IIst. No. 7 , 0. T. WKIQllT. Supervisor District Convention. UIHTniCT NO. S. The rep...

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 — 14 September 1899

' * f At Breeding's Raneh seven miles south of West Union , and two miles east of Round Valley , on I will sell to the highest and best bidder , the following personal property , to-wit : Forty-two head of dry Cows and UmforH. Five head of milch Cows , Five 8 year-old Heifers with oalf. One 2-year-old Bull. One Bull Calf. i" Thirty.five yearling.SteorB. * " ' Thirty-one yearling LJoifera. Fifteen epring Calves. Ono hundred head of Stock Hogs of various ages. Two thoroughbred Boars. , Two Brood Mares. Two spring Colts. Two 1-year-old ruaro Cults. Four 2 year-old Horses. One pair of well broken work H les,4 and 0 y'rsold. One Farm Wagon. Two Sets of Harness. One Self Binder. One Mower. Ono Hay Itikr. Two Harro VP. Throe Stirring Plow * . Two Breaking Plows. \ . . Two Cultivators. One Disk. " Ono Lister. ; - , -I * Ono Corn Planter. Ono Check Rower and wire. . , ' - * Ono Fence Machine. . One Hay Rack. Ono Grind Stone , a lot of Fence Wire , etc. Ono Cabinet Organ. Ono Sewing Machine. ...

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 — 14 September 1899

CDSTERCODfflREPDBLICA ! D. H , AMSllBIUlY , Vutillilinr. DBOKEN BOW , NlilW V.SK/i THE NEWS IN BRIEF. A civil corvlcc examination will 1 hold at Kcnrnoy , Nob. , October 4. Carey W. Thorn of Cody , Nob. , hr been appointed u teacher In the Host bud Indian school of South Dakota. At Sydney , N. S. W. , the nsscrnnl passed n resolution by u vote of 75 t 41 declaring a lack of confidence 1 the ministry. The emperor of Korea ban Inaugu rated a reform In dresn , and has Inane an edict that longer sleoveu must b worn with long coats. The navy department received wor that the now battleship Kearsarg would bo ready for her olllclal accept nnco trial about Sept. 22. The last plague patient was dla charged from the hospital at Alexan drla , Egypt. Of 11 total of cighty-nln cases forty-three deaths have occurred It Is said thpt Baron von Hammer Btoln Lexton , minister of agriculture has been dismissed from o/llco / for tin part ho took with regard to the cana bill. , Consul Ucdloo , whoso stat...

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 — 14 September 1899

FALSE POLITICAL TALK Bryan Preaching Doctrines that Ho Does ' Hot Believe , ATTEMPT TO HOODWINK VOTERS. Known that Frco mid Unlimited In u Doitd IHIIIU Tlmt Labor Is Hotter 1'n til Than Kvcr Thut Oppression of tlio rillplnoH lit Not Intended Tim I'op Candidate for 8upronio Judge of Kansas City Journal : Mr. William Jennings Bryan may have believed once that the free and unlimited coln- nge of silver would bo a good thing for the United States , and that the adherence to the gold standard through the administration of the re publican party , would result In Indus- tria land financial disaster ; at least that Is what ho preached. But Mr. Bryan docs not believe In these things now. Neither does any other man of intelligence. Yet Mr. Bryan and hla staff of boomers would give the im pression of this belief by Keeping alive / ' the silver Issue , and especially by reaffirming - \ affirming the Chicago platform in its entirety. f Mr. Bryan does not believe that the United States government...

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 — 14 September 1899

AT Broken Bow , Mr , , October 34-5-6,1839 , , test , Best , , 'l Tuesday , October 3 , 1899. Tuesday , the Ursa ilny of tlin Knlr. will be ilnvou-d to gnttlnij tlin exhibits in place. No itiliiilsslnii fee on this day. Wednesday , October 4 , 1899 , . . J'uriido of Exhibits. . U a. in. Grand Up-Town , / 11 A. M. Amusemant Program- $10 shower of pennies W. boya ; ffi , ( Jlrl's foot nice , 12 years ami under .il 00 , RO Hoys' foot nice , 12 years and under 100 M Sack nice , rx ) yurds 1 oO iMJ lllcycle Race , boys' 11 years and under ft UN To IW Ulcycle Uuce , half mlle liundleap V Oy 1 IX ) T > ( 1 P. M. Race 1. Three-year-old und nndur. trot and pace , mIlodiishCnst ( < ! rConnty ) $ ! ( ) IX ) 2. Two-y ear-old running , hulf mlle dasli j& 00 It. Stallion trot and puce , bust a In 3 , ( Ouster County ) 7fi ( X ) 4. ( Jroon running , half mile dash , ( Custei County ) 2ft 00 r > . Three mliinte trot and pai-e , best , ; i In 5 t 75 00 0. Two-year-old trot and puce , In...

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 — 21 September 1899

Stfito Illst Librarian & 0u * ' l , rt 0 01 VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 21 1809-EIGHT PAGES , NO 14 , iri' t.IS\VIH : WHITIS. nrop'M. nKAUCKB IN MAIUII.K & GIIANITB MONUMENTS. All kinds of eometcry work. Workinniinhip Mid I prices gnar&ntood , Shops at BROKEN BOW and ANSLBY. Lunch Counter , \ Ed. fflalloy , Prop'r. All kuids of soft drinkB. Best brand of cigars. 1st building east of Fanners' banu. Clinton Day , PUYBICIAN ANI > 8UUOKON , Broken Bow , Neb. Ofllco over Hyereon'B grocery. Realy UonceUUi uouae west of Uaptist church. E. B. Mullins , Physician and - Surgeon , Heeldonco Orel house woet of McComas' drug tore. Otllcu In tlio Myers building as noon us completed. Uow , - Nebraska , "Hii A id , ; HA.NOH. " Clone friendships follow Introduction to my i > las e . They will nld you In ninny liiconcclvablo ways lu Uio iicrformmico of your dally Mutlu * . Lot me Introduce you. J Don't postpone tbli ineotluK 1'rocraftl- n...

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 — 21 September 1899

KITTY'S HUSBAND By Author of "Hetty , " Etc , CHAPTER II. ( Continued. ) "You poor little Kitty' " * mild Meg , sighing ; and , coming 'round to where I sat , she bent over my chair nud put her cheek caressingly against mine , then added In a tone move mocking than cosnniisslonato : "To bo turned qulto suddenly Into a parngoness ! Oh , Mio shock of it ! Dora , my de.sr , let IIB snake her elegy. Wo may legard her aa having passed awny from this life. You poor llttln thing ! Don't cry , Kit ty ; let us look upon UK ; bright side of It. " "There Ift 'no bright sine , " I Inter posed , with n little sob. "Oh/nonsense ! " wild Dora , ro.asnur- Ingly.'Hundreds of things may hap pen , lie may change IIH ! mind -that's not at all Insprgbablo. jie may marry Kou and dlo during the honeymoon. " "I have always longed to be a wid ow' , ' " ' ' 'reflected 'Meg , musingly and cJioorhiBly. "AiWldow- added Dorn , mill In a tone iof reassurance , -I'la the happiest , freest , most , enviable being I...

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 — 21 September 1899

In apito of British rule , India is still virtually a sonpless country. Through * out the vlllngo of Hindustan soap is Indeed regarded ns n natural curiosity , and it is rarely , If over , kept in stocic by the native storekeeper. In the towns it is now sold to a certain extent , but how small this is may bo gathered from the fact that the total yearly consumption of soap in India is about 100,000 hundredweight that is to say , every 2,500 persons use an average only of 112 pounds of soap between them , erIn In other words , considerably less than an ounce is the average consumption a person. j New Invmitlonn. Of the inventors who obtained pat ents the past week 32 per > cent were able to sell the entire or ! } > part of their Inven tions. Amongst the prominent concerns buying these patents L were the following : united States Manufacturing Co. , Fond du Lnc , Wls. Duplex Printing Press Co. , Battle Creek , Mich. National Ticket Case Co. , Chicago , Eagle Pencil Co. , of New Y...

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 — 21 September 1899

k Kt. I . tfuotcr tfo. Republican , PnblUhod every Tlmriday at the County Beat. I > . nit ADIHHIlKltY , ItcUtor JKTOfllco in Costor Ulock , Fonrtb Ave.-K Entered at the podomco at Broken How , Nob. , as second claRstuallcr , for transmission through tno U. 8. mails. HUUBOHIITION J'HIOR : Ouo Year , In ndvanco 11.W TUUKijDAY , SEPT. 21. 1800. REPUBLICAN TICKET. ConwrcHHioiutl TlcUct. judicial. TIcuet. For Jndgjjof IL'th Judicial District , F.U.1IAMHH , Of Kearney , County Ticket. For County Treasurer , t WALTKit aitouan. \f \ For Sheriff , . cnpiY > oTALiio.n1 ( For County Clerk , JAHH8 C11ITTIOK. For Clerk of DIst. Court , Lieut. II. F. KKNNKDY. For County Judge , J. A. AKMOUll , For County Superintendent , J. U.TAGdAUT. For County Surveyor , F. 1C. For County Coroner , Dr. II. F. DAVIK3. ft W { HupcrvlHor ' .Vlclcct. * * " For Bupervlsor of Oth DlBtrlct , J. F. FOXWOKTIIY , Of Ciutor. TowiiHlili * Ticket. Clerk , W. W. COWLK3. Treasurer , KiMHKULlNG. Justlcoa.of the Peace , J...

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