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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 26 October 1899

"It pays to buy the best , both for the sake of economy and the satisfaction there is in possessing a good article. " TfF you get ttic tight Ji overcoat you will look right and feel right whenever you wear it. The coats made by HART , SCHAFFNER 6 MARX 'arc stylish and durable. A man can take solid comfort in them because they are cut . and made in the right way. HART , SCHAFFNER & MARX " L < ! TAILOR - MADE CLOTHES I fa PS . Has n full line of. Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also a Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Artiolos , otc. Store on oornor of Fifth avenue nnd Mum utroot , Broken Bow , Neb. I Once Was Lost , "but How I Have Found It. Where ? At my door. At the Eagle Grocery. What in the world is it , my dear ? It is at the Eagle Grocery , a mam- UK th stock ef Groceries , and at the lowest prices you. ever hoard of. The Eagle has been reading the papers and Iceep- mi , ' pested on what was being offered for sale. They don't say anything about Terbaeker and Candy ...

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 — 26 October 1899

COSTER CODNTY REPUBLICAN . . . I ) . M , A3ISHKUUT , Vulillilicr. BBOKEN BOW , - NEUUASKA. 'i ' - THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Leslie McLeod , editor or tlto Trotter rind Pacer , died nt New York , aged 37 years. The- transport Resolute left Brooklyn - lyn with 800 tons of provisions for Porto Rico. ClmrlQsVcnlcy , late proprietor of the Weddcll House , Cleveland , iB.dend , nged 50 years. The six round fight between Tim Callalinn and Harry Forbes at Ghlcago was declared a draWi Jessla L. DavlB , author of many pop ular songs , died In New York of heart disease. Ho was 35 years old. At Toronto , Ont. , Jack Uennctt , of McKecsport , Pa. , got the decision over Tom McClnrc , of Detroit In a twenty- round contest. At St. Ann , Leako county , Miss. , Mrs. J. H. Qambroll and fpur children wcro burned to death In a lire that destroyed Uio Gambrcll residence. Fires wpro lighted Jn tho. Dtilutii ( Minn. ) Purnncq compnny'H works aft er an Idleness of flvo ycnrs. The fur nace has a capacity of 200 to...

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 — 26 October 1899

Tusion Office Holders Win a Suit for Extra Salaries , GRAB AT THE STATE TREASURY. The IJIU Wai SlRtiPtl liy llolrotnti Who Want * I'urtlicr Kiidor'teiiirnt nt tint 1'olls Thu UcHiHt of I'opullMt Jl.-forin to Kvdccm Salaries liufonics LiughliiK ! Stock. The supreme court has decided that Dr. L. J. Abbott , formerly superintend ent of the Lincoln hospital for the In sane , Is entitled to the salary desig nated In the enrolled bill sisncd by Governor Holcomb. As between the enrolled bills authenticated and signed by the governor and the engrossed bill that Is Hot authenticated and which is carelessly handled and goes through numerous handp , finally to bo stored in the oHlco of the secretary of state , the court decided that the enrolled bill constituted the only evidence worthy of consideration. The court holds that the engrossed bill , with its many slips ot loose paper and slips pasted and pinned together , none being authenticated by any 61tlcer of the legislature , does not consti...

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 — 26 October 1899

Another Wny the Tops Have of Fooling Their Own People1 The following little dialogue in substance was had between a couple of tbo members of the head push of the pop deception committee. Over < the telephone on the afternoon of Thursday Oct. U5lho day Gen. GroHvernor spoke hero. "Hollo central ; give mo 81. Hollo-Hollo ! lo that you LcntcrYea. Why , aay Lester : well ; 1 was just thinking ; you know that matter of Judge Armour's ? yea ; Oh ! is that you Km- crsonV yes , all right ; what is it now You know about that matter of Ar mour'a ? yes ; do'nt you think it would bo a good idea to just run along with that in the Chief this week , that.Judgo llamor is out cam paigning all the tinio and also Judge M B.Reeao ? Oh , I don't kuow , Em- oraou about Judge Keeso. Oh , 1 think it will go all right ; well all all right iiro awy Emerson I guess our lellowH out in the canyons won't know any different ; llu , ha ! All right ; Good bye ; good bye. The telephone hues were evidently crossed...

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 — 2 November 1899

State UUt Librarlflii Society \i \ an1 ILL VOL , XVIII. . BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 2 1890.--EIGHT PAGES , NO 20 jj Clinton Day , j , ' I'UYBICIAK AND BURGEON , | Broken Low , Neb. OIllco over llyoreon's grocery. Resly donee Otb bouao west of Baptist church. Lunch Counter , Ed. Nlnlloy , Prop'r. All kinds of soft drinks. Boat brand of oigare. 1st building east of Farmers' bank. 0.V. . HKAL. A. P. SMITH. Beal & Smith , ATTOIINKYS-AT-LAW. Prompt attention clvcn to collections and real estate. OIllco over First National Hank. Urolteu Uow , - - Nebraska. T. W. Bass , DENTIST. All work first class. Rooms on 2d iloor , northwest corner Realty block , Broken Bow , Nebr. " E. B. Mullins , Physician - and - Surgeon , Residence first lioueo wtMt ot McComas' drug ; store. Ofllco In the Myers bnlldliiK as BOOH ns completed , PJ-lJroken uow , . - Nebraska. "When the well is dry , then vro know the worth ot water , " eald Bon Franklin. When the eyesight begin...

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 — 2 November 1899

! wmw ir tm tU. ti KITTY'S HUSBAND i til By Author of "Hetty , " Etc. CHAPTER X. A beautiful r/onmn , about whoso beauty tlicro could not bo two opln- lone if goodly 'liolght , yet BO full of grace that film ' .van rnroly described uf ) tall with a certain- gentle HlatolliiPin that no words can quite describe with a bond well ijoluod , gray eyes that had more tondcnlrsH , more passion In their depths than any other eyes I had ever Keen , mobllojlns , as pxprenslvc an the eyes , a face a perfect oval , clearly , deli cately cht , bright , bro'wfiVayy'hdlr ' ' , growing gracefully around a perfect brow the moat beautiful woman I hud over Been , over drcaint * of Madaino Arriaud. She had the gracious v/ays which a beautiful woman learns by the time nho Is thirty years of age. If thirty years had taken the llrst soft , peach- Ilko bloom from her complexion , that wan but a small losii. . With her queen ly v/ays , her slow yet radiant smile. fiho was fur more clwrnilng than any more girl...

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 — 2 November 1899

bk at yourself I Is your face covered with prmplcs ? Your skin rough and blotchy ? It's your liver ! Aycr's Pills ore liver pills. They cure constipation , biliousness , and dyspepsia.i 25c. All druggists. Want your monitaclia or bvard a beautiful lirowu or rich lilnrk ? Then use BUCKINGHAM'S DYE ° 0 rS I'litruts. Of the 291 United States Inventors who obtained patents the past week 31 per cent had sold either n part or their entire in- yS1" ' terest in their Inven- i ° I tlons before the patents issued. Amongst the ' t prominent manufactur ing concerns who purchased pafcuts , were the following : General Electric Co. , of New York. Gamcwell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co. , of New York City. Standard Sewing Machine Co. , Cleveland , 0. National Musical String Co. , of New Jersey. Union Metallic Cartridge Co. , Bridge port , Conn. Ampere Electro-Chemical Co. , East Orange , N. J. Meekhan Holler & Construction Co. , Lowolvllle , O. Westlnghouse Electric & Manufac turing Co. , Pittsb...

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 — 2 November 1899

K ( ffo , Republican Published every TtmricUy nt the Connty Best. M , AMHII1J.RUV , JWOIUco In Cuetcr Illock , .Entered nttho poetofllco at Ilrokon Dow , Not ) . nt second class maltor , for trnuimlstlon throng ) tuo U. B. malls. _ BUIISOHIITION I'llIOK : Ono TOM , In advance . IUOO " " " " x "TUUKBDAY , NOV. 2. isoo" REPUBLICAN TICKET. Ntntc Ticlcct , For Jndgo of tlio Htipromo Court , M. H , KKKBK , Of Lincoln , For IttgebU , B , G.McGILTON , Of Omnha , ln. Wu. Jl. ELY , Of Alniwortlii Ticket. For Congress , M.P. KINK AID. Of O'Neill. Judicial Tlcuet. Vor Judge of 12th Judicial District , V. (1. HAMIilt , Of Kearney , County Ticket. Vat County Treasurer , WALTKK GEORGE. For Sheriff , Cni > t.V. O.TALUOTT. Vet Coucty Clerk , JAME3 C1I1TTIOK. for Work of Dlst. Court , Lieut. II. F. KENNEDY. VOT County Judge , J. A. AltMOUK , 1'or County Superintendent , J. H.TAGGAKT. tor County Snrvoyur , 1MJ. VANANTWIWl' . For County Coroner , Dr. II. V. DAVIE9. HupcrvlHor Wicket. For Supervisor...

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 — 2 November 1899

A Letter to the Voters from Simon Cameron. FOR JUDOK KlNKAID FOR CONGRESS. * VOTE FOR HAMER FOR JUDGE. Hit DID EQUAI , THE FARMER AND THE LOAN COMPANY. L DEAR SIR : As you well know , this is one of the most important campaigns ever fought in the history of pur country. I have heretofore been out the advocating the principles of political faith. I have always among people , my ' ' T ' - ? , , - . - „ . - . , . . . _ - - A .v- . . A. A _ _ always done this something for I find myself physically should I neglect to express my opinion to the voters of Custer county , and I have chosen this method of doing ft. This campaign is a personal one. Every citizen has a direct personal interest in the result. Each one of us has suffered. In a country where there is plenty of productive land , where there are enough men to farm it , where there are machine shops and manufacturing institutions everywhere , coal , iron ore and all kinds of miner als in the earth , and where every one is willing to...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 2 November 1899

CDSTERCODNTY REPUBLICAN 1) . fit. AM5UiUIiV , VuMlilier. BBOKEN BOW , NEHUASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. A syndicate , headed by William B. Mlghell of San Francisco , has pur chased the enllro flocl of nailing ves sels owned by Flint & Co. , of New York. The m-rcfnry of war and a number of prominent officials left Washington for Now York to Inspect the United States troop ship Thomas , bald to bo tlio finest ship of Iho kind allout. It was announced on board the Brit ish cruiser Talbot , which Is to sail fiom Halifax for England , thai immed iately on her anlval at Portsmouth uhc would be sent to South Africa. The annaiil icport of Land ConimlH- Bloncr Hermann for the fiscal year ending Juno 30 last nhowK that he In- Rued patents to the state of Nebraska for 3,422 ucreu of land on account of the Kchool land grant. A Bpcclnl dlbpatch from Plptormar- ilsburg , Natal , dated October 21 , says- Nine hundred and eighty-eight Bee , ' prisoners arrived here this morning. The Include Captains...

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 — 2 November 1899

ES OF TDK WAR It Is Said McKinley Will Moot Thorn In Forthcoming PROMPT AVOWAL OF HIS POLICY. lln nn lrc * TliHt Tliorn lln Tin Tnntpnrln * Ins : in ttio rlilllpplnn O.ueHtlnn NiUlvcH to Ho Cllvnn to Understand Wlmt Tliny Are to Kspoct All Information mation Is at lliuul. NEW YORK , Oct. 27. A special to the Herald from Washington says : Prompt declaration by congress in favor of assorting and maintaining complete sovereignty over the Philip pines at whatever t > est nnd In favor of ( he most liberal kind of self-govern ment when the Insurrection ends Is what the president wants. It Is also what the Philippine commissioners want. There Is a great deal yet for the president to do on his message nnd for the peace commissioners to do on tholr report , but this one Important conclusion Is certain. Your correspondent 1ms excellent authority for the statement that the president Intends to make specific rec ommendations to congress In favor of holding the Philippines permanent ly and as...

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 — 2 November 1899

You Pays lour and Tabs Tour Choice. Wo arc daily receiving fresh from the factory the most complete line of Ladio's , Misses and Children's Up-to-Dato Jackets/Capes and Tailor Made Suits Fresh , Rollablo'Goods at prloos that Will Bankrupt No Ono Ladie's cloth capos , very nobby at $1.95 , Worth $1.95 Ladio's cloth capes " 2.75 " 2,75 Ladio's cloth capes " 4.90 490 Ladio's Crush Plush capes " 6.90 6.00 Golf Capes at Dry Goods Store Prices Ladie's Beaver , Boucle , Covert and Vicuna cloth Jackets at $3,90 , 4.40 , 5.00 , 5.60 , 6.90. 7 50 , 9.65 , 10.00 , 12.50 and up. Each and everyone A Special "Va-J. ue for the lricc. Some people think above goods are "worth" 40 per cent more , but with us the value is real and not immag- inary. inary.Wo have just received a lot of 1'eerlcMH Carpet W r in white and colors , which we will sell as long as it lasts at 14 c. for white and 16 c. for colors. This is a very Nice Warp , but wo do not consider it the best Come to na for Bargains in all depa...

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 — 9 November 1899

I State Hist Librarian Soololy N02i 3,1 VOL , XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 9 1899HEIGHT PAGES , Clinton Day , PUVBICXAN AND SITttOKON , Broken Bow , Nob. Oflloeover llyoraon's grocery. Ilesly ( Jenco 0th houao west of ! 3aptiBt ohuroh. Lunch Counter , Ed. Win Hey , Prop'r. All kinds of soft drinks. Best brand of cigars. 1st building east of Farmers' bank , C. W. IIBAL. A. P. SMITH , Beal & Smith , y' . ATTOBNBYS-AT-LAW. Prompt attention given to collections flntl rent esutu. Olllco orcr First National Dank. Broken llow , . . . Nebraska. T. W. Bass , DENTIST. All work first class , liooms on 2d iloor , northwest corner Realty block , Broken Bow , Nobr. E. B. Mullins , Physician - and - Surgeon , Kcililouro urst liouflc west Of McCoinas * drug storo. Olllcu la the Myers bulldini ; as soon an completed. CTIrokcu How , - Nebrcekn. I Probably tbrco oat of live pcopla who como to us for oyu examination Imagine that there IB eomo foreign Bubstsnco...

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 — 9 November 1899

nra m a Mm * a * * w * w * Mir iim * m < KITTY'S HUSBAND i By Author of "Hetty , " Etc , CIIAPTER XI-Continued. ( ) "I ( Ton't know the detallo of the rest but. shfc threw John over ; she Wflfldn't boar the prospect of poverty ! Monsieur Arnttud , who had made colossal fortune In trade , who had bought land 1'n Brittany , hud heard her nltig ami proposed and been refused , and now proposed again and was at- : cpptetl , She accepted the colossal fortune , and hoped that the jam would compensate for the presence of the pill In the shape of monsieur. I hope mon- slptir proved a more bitter pill than Hhc expected , 1 hope devoutly that be proved n brute ; but of that history does not speak. " The clock ticked on again In the fdlont room. Meg nntl I sat ullll , sayIng - Ing nothing for some minutes ; then 1 asked half absently "Who told you the story ? " "Never mind who told me , " aald Mcs , rising suddenly from the elbow of my chair and wandering away from me to turn over the music ...

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 — 9 November 1899

ttlon la ot the con tin - ' . Ono "amctl " man 1 manlike ' -like song. lists , " ently > a or than tho- that nit u and uat. MI Id Voter or at- ire Kit end ent : d ir ie .I . ff.1 * * < r.ofttia it In "I.oimon. " Miss Cissy Lofttis ( s Kctting up n lot of new Imitations und proposes to try , In. Now Vork the plan many of llic vaudeville stars of London adopt of appearing at several theaters In the name evnlng. She will "malto up" at her hotel and drive to the first the ater at which she Is to appear and as soon as she has finished there she will jump nto a cab and hurry to the next place , and so on. Japan will not restore captured ships to China , but will sell her new nlly 240,000 Mauser rifles and 24.000,00'J rounds of ammunition at a low urlcc. Hnntrnreil to u Mlimtn In .Jail. William Smith , who was released yesterday from the penitentiary , where hu bad served a two-year term for ob taining money under false pretenses , found a rather Interesting reception awaiting him ou...

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 — 9 November 1899

rnbllMicd CTCprThnriuUr at the Countj Sent. Hclltor Omco In CiiBtcr Block. FonrthATe.-t suuaomiTjoN J'JIIOK- OnoVoftr.inadTnnco * ljW I.-4 * GAIN , . .irttrntloii'H 1'ollcj ilndorMcd Nebrntilw and Duster tire Exceptions. The election Tuesday through * out the nation was a great victory tor the republican administration. The republican majorities wore in creased in their usual strong holds and their votes increased in demo cratic states , Upon the wholu it was a splendid endorsement of the able and business like administra tion ot President MoKinloy. No braskn and Ouster county alone are etill joined to their idols. Ohio wins out with 50,000 ; Iowa re-elects Qov. Shaw with 02,000 plurality Kansas shows republican gains throughout the state nud elects most of thu county officers and six out of eight of the idistrict judges. It ! ( it ' I Pennsylvania returns to her old- time majority and gives the repub lican candidate for state treasurer over 100,000 majority. In Ken tucky , a democr...

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 — 9 November 1899

C * Returns Show Increased Vote for Republican Ticket. GAINS IN THE LEGISLATURE , Eighty Itopubllcitni In the Houao Chnlr- iiiau of the Democratic Stnto Central Ooiutultteo Cnncndei Stutc to Shim by Forty Thousand. DKS MOINRS , Nov. 8. Reports show that au average vote has been polled throughout thn state. Thowo.ithcr was cool and cloudy. Late in the afternoon rain begin falling , which may delay norne of the returns. At 1:30 : this morning 030 precincts of the 2,083 in the state give Shaw 01,503 ; White 07,505. The same preoincts two years ago gave Shaw 80,505 ; White 72- 893. This is a net Republican gain of 0,858 or about 14 to the precinct. The eaine ratio if kept up for the state will give a Republican plurality of about 00,000. There are a few Republican gains in the legislature and the indications are the Republicans will havn 115of the 150 members. _ The indication ! ; are that the Repub lican total vote will show a decrease of 0 per cent from two years ago and that the Demo...

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 — 9 November 1899

IJJ , * : w Pi COUNTY BEPDBLICAN D. M. AMflllIIItUT.VuMi lier. BBOKISN BOW , NEBRASKA. TIIC NEWS IN BRIEF. Lieutenant Commander James G. tirccn ujiB been assigned to command ' the llav'aha naval station , 12. L. Godlcln has severed active con nection with the Evening Post of New York on account of 111 health. Luther Dana Woodhrldgc , professor of anatomy and physiology at Wil liams college , Is dead , aged -19 years. At La Crossc , WIs. , Prentice Drum- mend wagfatally , goicd by amud , bull on the farm of his father , Hon. David Drummond. Advices to the surgeon general of the marine hospital loport ten new canes of yellow fever at Miami * Fla. , on the 3rd. A statement of the condition of the treasury on the ! ) rd shows : Available cash balance , ? 20flya,519 ! ) ; gold re serve , $252,702,47 : . ' . The Philippine commission held a brief session on the 4th. It was decid ed that the commission will continue its work without a success. Five hundred pounds of dynamite exploded in th...

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 — 9 November 1899

it S TEN ! Conditions in South Africa Gansv Deepest Alarm in England. THE CAPE COLONY DUTCH RISING JThcy niuke Commnli C.iuso With Their Jlurdy Itrothron IJi the Tnunvaal < lon. WillieVoreu U Still Shut Up Tlfthtly at I.iulj-nniltli Town Is Com- jjlutoly Invested. LONDON , Nov. S. ( New York World Cablegram. ' The South African situation is again causing the deepest alarm. The silence of the war oliice , which received today several dis patches from Capetown and Durban , the holding back of the list of casual ties at Ladyomlth and finally the an nouncement of the mobilization of the oecond army corps , the tenth ot this month , all combine to show that the position of British power In South Africa Is one of the greatest peril. The reported mobilization of the army corps Is not officially confirmed , but la corroborated from Aldershot , where arrangements are actually In progress for the operation. Your correspondent learns that the Dutch arc rising in northern Cape town , and the...

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 — 9 November 1899

t * l IVf * * 7 A pound party waa given by tlio motnbors of the Christian oluiroli at the beautiful now homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ryorson ou last Friday cvoniug in honor of liov. MoDon- ald and wife. The people b ; > n to arrive at Ou early hour and by 8 o'clock tboro waH about 115 pi-nj lu present , when a young couple was delegated to go and inform Mr. and Mrs. McDonald that tbero WUH a couple at Mr. Ryersoti's liouso tha ( wished to aoo them at once. Wo do not know just what thin oouplo told thorn , for they put on their beet clothing as though they expected to have a wedding. But they were greatly surprised when they arrived to iind the members of tbo ohuroh gathered there. To say tbat the people enjoyed a very pleasant evening is putting it very mildly. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald received many very useful presents. Mr. J. C. Moore made the presentation - tion speech , which was responded to by Mr. and Mrs. MoDmiald in a very able manner. Following is a list of the presents received : ...

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