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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 November 1899

VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 16 1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 22 The Five Senses Tlio hearing cnr ministers largely to the mental nntnrc. Its chief clmrm IB that It waits upon tlio soul with "iifiweot concord of founds. " The scnfo ot smell stniiils n step lower , divided ahout equally , In ministering to the physical aril aesthetic , In man. The sense of feeling U Blill tower. The nerves of rensntlon are Its fingers ; throtich them ia fulfilled lt function of handling nnil fcflilorilng the more materials of civilization. Taste is tlio Imiublcelamong the senses. Its ministrations arc ilcvotisil , primarily , ta the body. ' 1 hellrctnnn tlmt feeds the onclnc of thu pnyeloal eyi-tcm. ylMnn U the noblest of our ecnscs. It picaiileB over the nctlvlli-n of the loWr l fnculllo.o , nnd triuisccnds them In the rc/ich of itpower. . Yi I this must Important of nil PCIISII ? , IH llio most nlniBCd. Tbo teeth , thu noco , Iho L'lirs.dll rtcelve line ntlcntlnn ...

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 — 16 November 1899

mmMmra 4 m * wft wM m WMtiii kmmmmm IM \ l KITTY'S HUSBAND Dy Author of "Hetty , " Etc. CHAPTER XIl.-Contlnucd. , ( ) "IMiey were walking kill ; but I liwird no more. I rose quickly , and began to move away mechanically toward hoiw. I y t back my veil and bared my facu tor the'kcen October air ; I felt Htlllcd : the October evening night might have been a sultry August noonday ; there seemed to bo no air at all ; I could not breathe. They had re-klndlcd the fire In my absence , and made the room look home-like. Its home-like air seemed lit like blttctcHt satire. I Bat In the warm , bright light and waited for John to como. \i \ It was late before he came. I had * not thought how I should meet him. ' I had sat for two hours waiting for u him , and had thought , of nothing. Even when .John came toward mo and spoke iome , I had no thought In my mind of > vlmt I was to say. My heart was sick witjli despair. Out of my passionate despair I should speak presently. And my.passionate word...

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 — 16 November 1899

44 The Best Is Cheapest. " We team this from experience in every department of life. Good clothes arc most serviceable and lUtur the longest. Good food gives the best nutriment. Good medicine , Hood's Sarsuparilta , is the best nnd cheapest , because it cures , absolutely CUKES , when all others fait. A Young T.ady'n Dliiry. On Transatlantic Steamer : Even ing "Took three pills before retir ing. " Morning "Passed an iceberg at 7 a. m. " TO COKE A COLO IN ONI5 DAY , Talto Laxntlvo Hromo Qulnluo Tablets. Al ! ( irugpislH luftmil the money If It fulls to cure. CSc. 1C. W. Grove'.s blguatnra on each box. All the emery In the world comes from the little Island of Naxos , near Greece. rise's Cnro for Consumption hns mo largo doctor Mils. C. L , IJnkor , 4228 lU-gout Bq. , Philadelphia , Pa. , Doe. 8 , ' 05. The proportion of female to male teachers is increasing In England. A MAGNIFICENT WOMAN Holds Up Pe-ru-na as Ihe Ideal Remedy for Female Catarrh Mrs. Clara Mnkcmcr. Mrs. Clara Makemer ...

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 — 16 November 1899

CJualct do , Jtcpublican PubMMicU oTOry Thursday at the County Scat. . III. AMHMIIKKY , lUMtor * 3-1fflco In Castor Block , Fourth Atf.iy Euterodnt thopoetonico at Hroketi Don , Nub. , * becuuJ.tla6 matter for tunimliiton through thoU. 8. Mails. _ _ _ SUUBOIIUTION PJUCK : Ono Year , In advance , $1-00 THURSDAY , NOV. Ill , 1809. The best kind of campaigning is faithfulness in oflico. Witness the result in the rc-clootiou of Judge Armour and J. J. Tooloy , Tom Whitchead has the diatic- tion of being elected constable on the republican ticket in Algernon township. It is said that ho ia the first republican that has ovorootne the pop majority in that ] township since the organization of the pop party. Olmirman Royse , of the republi. can county contra ! committed has again demonstrated h'R abililtty as a political organizer. This year he was limited in funds and had to depend very largely upon the loyal ty of his county workers for results. The county | in 1800 showed a majority for po...

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 — 16 November 1899

HOW SHALL WE INCREASE. HY .MIIS. A. 11. COHN1HII , Our own Whittier naid thcfio words : "Heaven's gate is shut to him who comes alone. Save thou a soul and it shall save thino own. " When a soul ia born into the kingdom of God wo are told that the angels rejoice aud so ho who ia truly a child of God rejoices when another lias given his heart to llitu who came to seek and to fuvo that which was lost. In the first ectasy of our newfound found joy and peace , our whole interest is given to leading others to Christ , and wo are so much in earnest and so anxious to toll someone ono else of the way that it may be M-lW that wo go in our own strength and without relying upon God , or rather without knowledgo. One has said , "Zeal without knowledge is like lire without light , " and wo must go to God lor strength and to his word for wisdom and knowledge if we would work for him Micucsafully. ThtiH the missionary spirit ( to tell others of Chiist ) is ono of the first fruits of redemption fro...

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 — 16 November 1899

COSTER KMT ? REPUBLICAN D. M. ABI8nnilUY.VulilUlier. BDOKKN BOW , NBUUASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The < lccr hunting season has opened In Mlnceotn. The Olympla , Dcweys war fillip , 'B now laid up for repairs. Moody , the evangelist , Is going to Hold a scries or meetings * u Kansas City. The Insurance war , for Bomo tlmo in progress at Tbpeka , Kansas , has ceased. Unless Gov. Tanner Interferes , Au gust Hecker , the wife murderer , will pay the pcmilty on the gallows. Admiral Schloy received his orders from the navy department to hoist his Hag on the Chicago as commander of the South Atlantic squadron. Dispatches from the Colombia boun dary say the revolution in that re public IB progressing. Two thousand revolutionists have occupied Cucuto and Ocuna. The Hocrs have ir.vadcd Ingwavuma , Zululand , ami looted and burned thu . , public buildings and stores. The mug- M Istrate , police and other Inhabitants | - $ lied toward Eshowc. A special dispatch from The Hague says Dr. Lcyds , ...

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 — 16 November 1899

Here of Manila Bay Quietly Married to Mrs , Mildred Eazeu , WEDDING ARRANGEMENTS SECRET Ceremony Performed ut the National Cupltnl Wedding lironkfnst Served nt the Residence of Mrs. nicl.eun , After Which the Conplo Leaves for Nonr Vorlc. WASHINGTON , Nov. 10. Adrnl.-al Gcorgo Dewey and Mrs. Mildred M. Mazrn were married quietly at the rectory of St. Paul's Catholic chuvdi lu V street near Flrtecnth In this city shortly before 10 o'clockyesterday. The ceremony was performed by Rov. Jo seph II. Folty , assistant pastor , und llev. Sidney Hurlbut. The eeromuny waa of the simplest character , accord ing to the rites of the Catholic church , and the only witnesses besides the officiating clergymen were Mrs. Wash ington McLean and Mrs. Ludlow , wife ol Admiral Ludlow , mother and bister respectively of the bride , and .Ueuten- ant Caldwell , Admiral Dewoy's secre tary. tary.The The arrangements for the wedding were made with all the secrecy which has attended the whole affair. After proc...

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 — 16 November 1899

* # , \VoltrfAU \ , . 1'rosldet.t. . . . . . . J. A. IU11M9 , Cannier. A. J. UOUIWTBON , Vlco-1'rcB , W. 1) . UbAt'KWKU , , Aee'l Caelilcr. Farmers Bank of Ouster County , BROKEN BOW , NEB , Transacts a General Banking Business. County Claims and Warrants Bought , M Prntt's Stock and Poultry Food at J. C. BOWEN'S , I fi Lamps and Lamp Trimmings , of all kinds , at J. C. BOWEN . b | - | Knives , Forks and Spoons , all kinds , nt J , C. BOWEN'S , P Wo buy Poultry at J. 0. BOWKN'S. . | | ? f | Car of Winter Apples just arriyi-d at J , C. BOWEN'S. gjjjj P Clooks/all kinds , at J. C. BOWEN'S. j Rochester Hanging Lamps for good light , at J. C. BOWEN'S , | i | 1 ffjj Why can Lamps be purchased for $ | | 60c on the dollar of J. C. Bowen ? op 1 | | A Puzzle on Clocks Why does J. | If C. Bowen sell Clocks at 50c on the I rfyj { ' p dollar ? Because he does not want the p f | | earth.A Customer. | | ttfa'itfr'Xf-WWMWfr'i'i'WlWi&W & & : ! / & ITttS u full line of Drugs , Paints...

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 — 23 November 1899

VOL XVIII , The Eye of a. Needle That's n-licro falling eyesight flret dcm- onetratcs the need of glares nncl btlngo the fact homo to iho bnsy , Imrrioil housewife - wife , with greater force than nil Iho talk of till the Opticians in all Chrletinndom. Let mo relloro those tlrccl , strnlncd , overworked - worked , nervous eyes ; pave your norvoim A energy , and take you back to tlm ilnys when you never knew you hud eyes. B QrniluiUc of Chicago Ophthalmic College Clinton Day , PIIVSICIAN ANO MUURKON , Broken Bow , Neb. Onice over Hycrson'sigrocery. Rcely denco 6th house wetof Baptist church Lunch Counter , Ed. Nlalloy , Prop'r. All kinds of soft drinks. Best brand of cigarp. let building east of. Farmers' bauK. C.V. . IIUAL. A. P. SMITH. . Beal & Smith , ATTORNKYS-AT-IiAW. Prompt nltcntlon clvon to collrctlona anil real estate. Ollico over Kiret Nnllonnl Dank , lirola'ii How , - - Nebraska. T. W. Bass , DENTIST. AH work first class. Rooms on 2d floor , northwest corner Realty blo...

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 — 23 November 1899

imra niwn m * * mmm m * m M mw m t } * * * * * w w KITTY'S HUSBAND I. . By Author of "Hetty , " Etc. . tim mm .Ti mm ii CHAPTER XIII. ( Continued. ) After much opposition on my part and quiet , steady determination on John's , Meg wan sent for. She was not n very attentive , but she was n very cheery nurao. She forgot my mcdlclno one hour , and gave mo n double dose cheerily the next , and laughed gaily at her own mistakes. And In splto of her mistakes , I got well quickly. Hut , long nfter I non well , Meg con tinued to stay on with me. "You have nicer dlnnerc than we have at homo , " sbo would confess with bwootest candor , "and your rhalrs arc softer. And I feel that I am doing an act of benevolence in s'aylnir. I na\e you and John from eternal toto-a-tctc. Now confess , nitty , that you arc duly grateful. " I was silent. "Sll nqe moans concession , " Meg d1)- tlarod. She slajcd through almost n'.l Nov- * m'uer with us. Whenever she spoke of going John gravely Interposed and begg...

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 — 23 November 1899

DAIRY AND POULTEY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Hovr Snccoaful 1'nrineri Opornto This Department of the Farm A Irow Hints n to tlio Care of Live Stock nnd Poultry. Poultry Notes. Those unreasonable hens ! Hero some philanthropist has been advising to allow at least ono foot per hen on the perch , and the hens wont oven use the space when it is given them. There Ecems to bo an unaccountable dcslro on the part of hens to crowd together In a bunch and to roost closely. A hen seldom takes moro than eight Inches of space and no amount of carpenter work can make her take more. It would be far moro reasonable If the hen would only decide to occupy the middle of her allotted foot on the roost. She would not catch Hco from the other fowls at leapt. But our cx- perlenco Is that wo cannot got the hens over to our way of thinking. Wo do not say glvo each hen at least a foot of room on the roost , but glvo them all they will occupy. Moro Is useless. A poultry writer asserts that 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 — 23 November 1899

( ftolci ( Ho * ilcjiuWfcan I'ubllehcd otory Thursday nt tlieConnty Sofct. I > . M , AMBKKUUV , I'dltor fc9fUco In Castor Block , Fourth Axe.-t * Entered nt the poitomco at Ilrokcn Bow , Neb. , as ( cconil-clasi matter for trntmlielon through tboU. B.Malla. _ SUBSCRIPTION PKIOB : One Year , In ndvnnco 8' ' " 0 THURSDAY , NOV 23 , 1809. The recent experience of MoLoan and Gooblo will scarcely justify candidates in 1000 in calling upon Mr. Bryan to help thim out with speeches. The "militarism" bugaboo of the little Amorioan'party was'knocked . out in one round by ex-Senator Manderaon the other day , who showed that a United States regular army of 05,000 men to day is pro portionally smaller than an army of UO.OOO/vaa in 1840 , or 25,000 in 1870. The prosperous workingmen of the country evidently remembered on the last election day the failure of an experiment in charge ol ad * minalration made in 1802 , and this accounts for the unexpectedly large liepublcan vo'.o in the great manu...

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 — 23 November 1899

I.llltflll ItfltlB. Tlio long cxpeoted has coino on the Middle Loup valley. For many mill's west tind norlh-worit of Sar gent every day jou can see ihe loaded tcnins beaded for Sargent instead of Broken Bow , They say they can go to the railroad mnrkot and back the same day instead of taking two day , as they bavu boon doing for the pist fifteen yentH. Wo wish Homo one would lot us know whether the Lillian Irrigation Boatd is dead or moved away or bap given up the enterprise as too big for their capabilities or what is the difficulty. Wo don't BOO any water in the ditoh. Mr. lliloy Sargent has bin mill bpilding and mill dam about com pleted and wo understand has sent for the machinery , which will make it a first class mill. Such porso- voronco as Mr. Sargent has maui- fested in working up this enter pribo certainly deserves the support - ' port of the community , as suuh property helps to make more valu able all real estate of the commun ity , whether wo rral'ae it or nob. A. Walla...

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 — 23 November 1899

CDSTER COUmBHTOJCAB D. M. AMSnnUBT.Vuull her , BBOKEN DOW , NEDUASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Congressman Settle of Kentucky died on the 17th. At Frankfort , Ky. , It Is conceded the Btato election will remain in a tangle till the meeting of the state election commissioners the last week in this month. The Topelca city council has decided to employ only union lahor In the erec tion of the now city hall and auditor ium , and to work the men only eight hours a day. The treasury has paid out gold cer tificates since August 7 last to the amount of 5191,280,480 , and has re ceived $91,053,400 , making a net ienua of $97,233,520. Gerson Siege ) , vice president ot Ihe Slegel-Coopcr company , died at his homo in New York after an illness of three months. Ho was G2 years old. Heart trouble was the cause of death. Hess C. Preston , of Deporo , has oeen upprfiited a teach jr at the Osngo Indian school , Oklahoma , and Anna Garner , of Hunnlng Wnter , S. 1" ) . , appointed a teacher at Fort Sill , ...

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 — 23 November 1899

l Passing Through Marshes of Philippines Toward Bayombong , VllE PROGRESS IS VERY SLOW. MacArtluir's Occupy Six Hours In Trnv- erslng Seven nnd n Half Miles to Go- roil a Nntlto * l.xprcss I'rlcnushlp nnd Kitond Welcome to Our Soldiers ns They I'ush Along. MANILA , Nov. 20. The following dispatches have been received hero Irom correspondents of the Associated Press , accompanying the American ad vance northward : GERONA , Nov. 18. General Mac- Arthur entered Gerona as already ca bled , this afternoon. The Insurgents had fled last Monday , after burning the depot. Nothing else was destroyed by them. Gerona Is the first town along the Manila Dagupan railway line , where the natives did not run at the approach of the Americans. The padres offered quarters In the church and convent. The town has one good house. Gerona Is the seat of heavy English sugar interests. The trip hero was a hard ono and occupied six hours In covering seven miles nnd a half. Most of the tlmo was sepnt in fording...

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 — 23 November 1899

t. ti. WollNAl.t , I'fcsiilciit. J A. IUHIU9. Cashier. . . . , . A. J. UOIIRHTSON , Vlco-l'rcs. W. 1) . HLACKWHM. , ABn'l debtor , Farmers Bank of Ouster County , BKOKUN BOW , NEB , Transacts a General Banking Business. County Claims and Warrants Bought , pps > $ A "rail's Stock and Poultry Food at J. C. BOWEN'S. $ | Lamps and Latup Trimmings , of all kinds , nt J , C. BO WEN'S , j } ' | -f Knives , Forks and Spoons , all kinds , at J. 0. BOWEN'S. fr | A Wo buy Poultry at J. C. BOWEN'S. I 'Jim J $ Oar of Winter Apples just arrived-at J. C. BOWEN'S. P Clocks , all kinds , at J. C. BOWEN'S. jl Hoohcstor Hanging Lamps for good light , at J. C. BOWEN'S. f $ * * , v- w. 'M m ( SK tip f | Why can Lamps be purchased for | | | 60c on the dollar of J , C. Bowen ? j $ li . . . 1 ft I ii % * f jj | | A Puzzle on Clocks Why does J. | | | C. Bowen sell Clocks at 50c on the ff m'l * P/1 ยง | dollar ? Because he does not want the ( fe earth. A Customer. Una 11 full line of Drugs , Paints and Wal...

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 — 30 November 1899

, . I ' * M .tifiri . VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 30 1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 24 , I The Eye of a Needle Tnat'fl wlicro falling cycrlght flrst dcm- onatrfttcB tlio need of glnffcs mid brings the fact home to the hnsy , liurrloJ housewife - wife , with greater force than nil Iho talk of all the Opticians in nil Chtlstlumloin. Let mo rcllovo those tired , strnlned , overworked - worked , unrvoiiB eyes ; eave your nervous { energy , aud tuko you back to the days when you never kruw you hid eyes. I Graduate of Chicago Ophthalmic College. ItVMO. G. W. Iloadly has become tired paying rent and has bought thoS.w , Sec LU Town 10 Range 21 , whore ha has built a house , cleaned the well and will have an abundance of water and will move early in the spring. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Luoio Van- Antwerp Nov. 11 , 09 a ten pound daughter. Thh shower of meteors predicted for last week , failed to .appear but a slendid rain carne instead , and that boats meteors ...

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 — 30 November 1899

m t t v Mn mmm m wa itnM m Mum w vmvwmr KITTY'S HUSBAND By Author of "Hetty/ ' Etc , & CHAPTER XIV. ( Contlnucil. ) "The secret la not ray ownr" ho con tinued earnestly nftei' n minute ; "you muat be satisfied with halt confi dences. ' I waited. "What I want to tell you , Kitty , la this. I am bringing a. visitor hero to night to sleep. I want no one to know that he la hero. Ho Is eluding Justice. I am eorry to cay that I am abetting him. " "John , what has ho done ? " "Don't bo frightened , Kitty. Wo can sleep In safety without fearing for our llvea. Ho has forged a cheque a cheque for a large amount. It Is not his first offense. Many ycara ago ho was guilty of a similar forgery ; then the would-be prosecutor was bought off , the case was never brought Into court. This time ho has to deal with men who arc made of sterner stuff. They will hear no compromise ; they Insist on prosecuting ; for weeks past I have been' ' trying to negotiate with them , to save him. I have failed. . ...

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 — 30 November 1899

se 7 * Ml ear "I have used Aycr's Hair Vigor for a great many years and it has been very satisfactory to me in every way. I 'have recommended it to a great many of my friends nnd they have all been perfectly satisfied with it. " Mrs. A. Edwards , San Fran cisco , Cal. , Feb. 9 , 1899. That's always the way our Hair Vigor. When per sons use it they arc always so highly pleased with it that they tell their friends about it. If your hair is short , too thin , splits at the ends , is rough , or is falling out , our Hair Vigor will perfectly satisfy you. If your hair is just a little gray , or perfectly white , Ayer's Hair Vigor will bring back to it all the dark , rich color it had and $1.00 a bottle. years years ago. All druggists. Write the Doctor If you do not obtain all the benefits you desire from the use of the Vlcor , vvrlto the Doctornbout It. He will ton you just the right tiling to do , and will send you his book on the Hair aud Scalp If you icqucst it. Addrcsb , Dr. J. C. AYE...

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 — 30 November 1899

I Oio * iUjwWicau I'nblltlicil onry Thursday nt the Comity Boat. I . HI. AMBHISttRV , - IJclllor fcfl-Offlco In Onelor lllock , Fontth Ate.-6 Entered nt the p09tonico ftt llrokeu How , Neb. , second-class matter for transinl Ion through the U. 8. Malls. One Venr , In ndvnnco . 8' ' T11UKSDAY , NOV HO , 1800. The Lnrayctic Coin. From the commitoo ! on llio Lnf- ayotto monument , we learn that within the next few dayH there will bo struck at the United States Mint in Philudolihin | the moat unique and significant coin issued in modern times It is tlio Infoyotto Dollar authorized by Congress in aid of the Lafayette Monument. Thia ooio , which is a legal teudor dollar , bears upon Hd face in bas- relief a double medallion of the heads of Washington and Lafayette mid upon its rovono a miniature reproduuliuu of the cquoftrian stat ue of Lafayette used for the menu ment. The inscription on the del lar explains its purpose ( struck in commemoration of Monument erect ed by school youth of Un...

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