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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 January 1900

TIME TABLE , 13KOKEN BOW , NEB , Lincoln , Denver , Umnbn , Helena , Chicago , Hutte , tit. Joseph , 1'ortland , Kansas City , Salt Lake Clt ) Sf Louts , aud All Han Francisco point * cast and south. nnd all points west TUAIN8 LEAVE AS FOLLOWS : EABT. No. 42. Local express dally , Lincoln , Omaha , and till points cast . . . .O'SO a.m. . No. 44. Local patgcngcr , departs. .11:25 : a. ni. No. 40. Throngti freight can tally. , BUU : a , m. No. 48. Local freight cunt arr. dully 1'J.UO p.tn Deports at . . .10. ) p.m. Except Su WKST. No. II. Local c'xprosc d-illy , llclonn , IhitU I'orliuud , uli point * wi'ft . 10:55 : p. in Ho. 4'J. 1 ocal pa fOlut'r.iirrlvoH at.1:55 : p. in , > o. 4fi. " \uM " lO'ton. m So. 47. " " " " ' . ' : lSp. m lupnilM t . 8.4B p , m Kxcrpt Sunday. Sleeping , ill ill up anil reclining clmtrcara ( Boats free ) un through trnliiH. Tlclius sold and bag- BUJJO checked to any point Iti tin United Status aim Canada. No. 48 has merchandise caiH Tuesdays , Tlinrs- dn...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 January 1900

* < " f * " $ I ROD Gieverflaie's flflvenM \ Alloplcltici. . Copyrighted , 1808 , by Itobcrt IJonnor's Sons. CHAPTER. IX. ( Continued. ) The unloading began at once , and Captain Elvln took from the hand of Torrcvo the tally Rob had made In Brazil. Ho looked at It with a keen scrutiny , then his sharp eyes searched Torrevo'u face. But he said nothing then. Rob was compelled by Torrevo to do Ills part in the unloading the same as before , but Ibis time Torrevo did not beat him. Somewhere , deep down In that outlaw's heart , lucre was a tender spot , and Rob had found it. . When the cargo was all safely stowed away in the cave , Iho very dampness of which made Rob Bhuddcr tit the memory of his former experience , Cap tain Elvln called Torrevo ono side. "Who wrote this ? he asked , thrust ing the paper under Torrevo'u nose. "Why ? " asked Torrevo , to gain time. Ho did not know what was coming. ' 'Because I want to know , " answered Elvln. "This Is not your writing. There Is not one...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 January 1900

Ilii'n it lloro Now. If Winston Churchill gets back to England his political future Is assured. His exploits have caught the fnncy" of the whole country. Ho was defeated for parliament Just before the war ; but now ho can have almost any place , regardless of politics. llopu for Coiiniiiipttrc * . The percentage of "arrested cases" of pulmonary disease In the Massa chusetts Hospital for Consumptives in the lust yenr wns 30.97 ; percentage of cases of improved , 40.10 , nnd percent age of cases not improved , 21.23. Two bottles of Piso's Cure for Coniump- tlou cured mo uf a bud lung trouble , Mm. J. Nichols , I'riuuotou , Iiid. , Alar. 20,1805. A man's ideal figure usually has n dollar mark in front of it. E522C3"I "I had a bad cough for six weeks and could not find nny relief whatever. I read -what a wonderful remedy Aycr's Cherry Pectoral \vas for .coughs nnd I bought a bottle. Before I had taken n quarter of it my cough had entirely left me. " L. Hawn , Newington , Ont , May 3 , 1...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 January 1900

BuggoillonB to State Hoard of Agricul ture. The following It n pnpcr rend before tlio State Board of Agriculture ut Lin * coin last week by J , I > , llcmn. As Ah . itenm makes eomo now suggestions rol- nuvt ) to whnt the boiud Bliuuld ( In , wo pulillsti tbla paper , Loprng tlml It may unit lortli BUK uat 0113 fruin othcM ou Itio subject. Thu columns of the Jte- publlcau nto open to any \\lio foul in- dined to crtiictBi'or ondorco hie posi tion. Tlio uddrcHS id as follows : . Nehratkn is almost absolutely en agricultural ( Hate. HIT resources nud possibilities lie burled in bor noil. Recent years hnvo fully de monstrated llmt when our farmcis and stouk raisers fail our business and professional men cannot suc- ueed. ueed.Wheu wo take this view of the situation it would ucem that the iirst great concern of the whole people would bo the duveloptuont of the agricultural rosourco3 of the stale to the fullest possible extent. And wo would naturally expect the Nebraska State Board of ...

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 — 1 February 1900

VOL , XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 1 l900r-EIGHT PAGES , NO 32 A loud ticking wntch Is not always tbo beet timer. Usually , tbo Btroagor the tick , tliu greater the ncod of at tention , Tlf tick sfu good u atoll In good condition is quito modest : In ( act can fctuccly bo heard. Tbo man uliolsnhMiysiiuttlnL' tils watch to bis car to hi-ar K It still ticks , Is help ing bis ticker tick UP life u\vuy Don't wnlt tor your watch to to ] > ticking. Have time , muney , worry , and your Watch , by prcrcntlon. "An ounce of prevention Is northn pound of crre" lj watch caro. Have It cleaned aud oiled regularly , every yonr. I warrant S all work , jomo unrniiitsdcm't "uar- vant Mine docs. Uradimto of Chicago Ophthalmic College. I WANTED Suvrurai puraomi for distnc office managers In this state to represent mo in thuir own nnd surrounding coun ties. Willing to utiy yearly 8000 , Day- able weekly. Desirable employment with UQUBUnl opportunities. Referen C...

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 — 1 February 1900

CDSTER COmm BlfOBUCAlJ D. M. ABISIIKUUY , .Vubllihnr. BBOKEN DOW , NEBRASKA " < THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Ex-Congressman Charles W. Wa1 Vm of Maine Is dead. The Ohio Valley stove manufaclur ers will.make another 10 per cen raise on prices. The Illinois Central has begun pas eonger service on ItH new line fron Fort Dodge to Omaha. The work of mounting the big gun at Fort Casey and Flaglcr , Port Town eend , Wasn.a \ completed. Prof. David Edward Hughes , inventor tor of the llawes printing tolegrapl Instrument Is dead , aged G9 years. Andrew Carucglo has sent word tha he will contribute $25,000 to help erec a Lcavenworth , Kansas , public llbrar building. Thirty-nine deaths baa thuu far oc currcd at Honolulu from buboiili plague. One white woman was amouj the victims. President Russell ot the Mobile .S Ohio isays there Is no truth In the reported sale of that road to the Illi nois Central. The secretary of war transmitted tc the house an estimate of $225,000 foi rebuilding olllcers' quar...

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 — 1 February 1900

* ' < * ' fS ; > U V 1jS X , % , j , . . \ . ; . ' * Mormon Eeprcsontativc-Elcct Not Per ] inittcd to Take His Scat. f XCLIDED BY VOTE Of 270 TO 50 3Ilnorlly Iteporl to Scat mid Then Utprl Lent by u Vnto of 81 to U I I'urty Lines Not Drawn on Ilio Decision Orcrivhclnilii ! ; Sentiment Seullni ; u I'oljK'iniUt In Congress. WASHINGTON , Jan. 2G. The case of B. H. Roberts , the Mormon repre sentative-elect from Utah , which has occupied so much of the attention of the house since the assembling of con gress , was decided today by the vote of 278 to 50. The exact language of the resolution waa ns follows : "That under the facts and circum stances of the case Brlghnm II. Rob erts , representative-elect from the state -of Utah , ought not to have or hold a seat in the house of representatives and that the scat to which ho was elected Is hereby declared vacant. " The amendment to expel Roberts without seating him , offered by Lacey , Avas ruled out on a point of order anil the house ...

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 — 1 February 1900

: QIo , PnbiUhcU orcry Thursday nt the Coatity Boat. . HI * minor Office In Caster Ulock , Fourth Aic.-f XnUrcd at the pottofllco at Droksu How , Neb. , ti coou0.clfte > aUcr for tranimlf iton through tb U. 8. MnllB. BUUSCltUTION THICK : Una Year , in advance II 00 TUUKSDAY.FEB. , 1 , 1000. , ' Waplilngtoii.Lcttcr' . Spco'ali ConcHpondoniio. In order to heal > ttho threatened break botwcou tltu sham reform time tojierfoi'ljtbehold arrangement to deliver the populistB ever to the democrats for good and all , the pop managers , or rather the democratic mauagera of the populist party , have arranged to hold the Populist Nat ional Committee Meeting at Lincoln. According , ! toiitlioj , program , just when the real populists aro.objooting to the tnckcjy of the democratic inanagerfl"and are in the act of being thrown'out over'the transom , Bryan wilLarrivo from Kentucky or Homowhore , and enter the hall all out of breath , and all unconsoios that anything is , 'goiug on. Then there ...

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 — 1 February 1900

TIME TABLE , bilOKKN BOW , NEB. Lincoln , Denver , Omaha , llclena , Chicago. Uutte , HI. Joseph , Portland , Kansas City , Sftlt Lake City Sf touts , and all San Franc-lsoo points east and south. and all points weit TltAlNS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS' EAST. No. 42. Local express dally , Lincoln , Omaha , and all point * cast O'UO a.m. . No. 44. Local passenger , departs.llS5a : , m. No. 40. Through freight east ! iilly..6U'J : a. ra. No , 48. Local freight cast urr. dally 13.00 p.m Departs nt 1,05 p.m. Except bunday. WKS.T. No. 41. Loral express dally , Helena , llntto Portland , ali | tolutf weet ! C:65p. : m No. 43 i ocal pn , fCiU'Cr.urrlvcs at..4:55 : p , m. l\o. 45. " " wtft " lu'bM n m o 47. ' " ai5 p.m DcpnrU U 2.45p , in Kxccpt Huiulay , Slccplnt ; , dining and reclining chair cars ( seats free ) on tnrnugh trains. Ticked sold and bag * gage checked to uny pulnt In thi United ritate.8 ana Canada. No.IS ban merchandise cars Tuesduyi , Thurs * days audijaturdnys. No. 45 will carry pass...

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 — 1 February 1900

& ROD Gieverflaie's fldveniiire , * Dy So\/uo 'cJ VA7 , Iloplclno. . . . CopytlRbtftd , 1BOS , by Uobrrt llontior's > . * ? ' ' > " " W1 W 'Wf > W 1JP 'W 17 ! 1 f W CHAPTER XI. On the following morning Roll roan tvoary and aching from a bnd on which .10 had tossed In wakefulness since ho nad heard the words of Lemuel Slurne. Japl , Elvln npddcd to him when lie stepped .out , Into the large room , and at once IrM the way to tho' ' dining- room. ' "Eat heartily , " he said. "You have n day of hard work before you. " It seemed to Rob that'every bone In Itla body ached from the excessive ex ertion of his walk the day before. But ho was so thoroughly aroused to the necessities of his situation that ho grimly bore It without a word , and fell to on the breakfast as If ho was really a happy boy. Breakfast over , Capt. Elvln lighted a cigar and offered one to Rob. "Thank you , nlr , I don't smoke , " said Rob. "Not smoke ! A nephew of Torrovo not nmoke ! " "But I wan not always...

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 — 1 February 1900

\ Vrt' , Illarlc. T3. Chnrlton Black , the now head of IJoston university's Kngllsh depart ment , was a ward of Dr. Jorn Hrown , the famous author of "Rob and Ilia Friends" ; a classmate of Barrio at Edinburgh ; a friend of Stevenson and Crockett , and afterward a regular lec turer nt Harvard. Io\\ n nt .S TJncle Josh 1 sec Mrs. Asterbllt gave a dinner with 100 covers. Aunt Mirandy Dow tell ! What on alrth did she want with so many ta blecloths ? Brooklyn Life. Magnetic Starch Is the very beat laundry starch In the world. If Delagoa bay Is closed tne Boers will raid Portuguese territory. Ttlro. ATlnnlow'B Soothing Hyrnp. I'orclillilrcn lectlitnu , BofU'inthOKiinu , tcJurcn In- Qauiinatlon , alia ) Biaincurofvlntl cullc , ' oaboltlo- You cannot calculate the v/armth of n lire by the crackling It makes. Dropsy ticntcd free by Dr. II. n. Green's Rons , of Atlanto , On. The greatest dropsy specialists in the world. Rend their adver tisement in ( mother column of this paper. Ambition jum...

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 — 1 February 1900

Armour's Record. Judge Armour has not only nudd hie office self supporting tbo pant year , but bo baa turned into tbo county quite a baudsomo sum u recoiptB of bie oftico , in cxoeaB of bio salary and liircd bolp. The oarniijRfl of tbo office for the year 1899 was $8,107.82 Cl'kbiro,138dnyHt 18800 Salary 1,600.00 Total cxpotiHOfilJ038.00 Turned over to county 11599.80 of which uncolleotod criminal feau , $00.08 leaving a nut cash orccaa of 8408 62 , and 1200 of fines , bcaidci binding parfea ever wbo finally compromised tboir oaaea in tbo di - triot court uud paid into tbe county $400. Tbis is tbe result of having a man in the ollicu wbu is compe tent to till tbo position and who accounts for every dollar received. Lawyers take their casoa now more frequently before tbo county judge instead of before some justice of tbo peace , as had become a general practice in tbo past. When tbo people of lUo county got the politi cal prejudice removed HO they can again sco what is for their own ...

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 — 15 February 1900

u M . < J I 4 A , XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 15 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 34 I * ' . If you go on allowing your eyes to smart , and aebe , and annoy , you may ney- or be able to make tbem strong agtln neither can wo. Dent procrastinate. Any Irrntatlcn about tbo eyes means ( OHKTniNQ. Come to ns and find the W caaaa. If It's glasaea you need we'll tell JOU IB , AND rUOYE IT. Coneultextlon WI I A Graduate of Chicago Opbtbnlmlc Col lego WAMTKD Se ral persons ( or dlstrlc office managers In ihlt- state to n present mo in their < wn nd furroundinu coun ties. Willing to pay yearlj $0(10 ( , pny- ftble weekly. DtBiinblu imiiiciymeut witb unufUhl oppnrtunltteB. Euferen- cea exchanged. Enclneo pell-nddreffcd stamped envelope * S. A : Park , 320 Coxton Building , Chicago. 1130-2Ct. PENN & DORRI8 , BLACK8MITUS. All Kinds ot work In our line done promptly and In llrst-ol&as ordor. Red Shop on the corner , west of the hose house. Give us a trial...

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 — 15 February 1900

CDSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN D. M , ABISI1KUUY , Vubllihrr. D130KEN BOW NEIIUASKA. TIIE NEWS IN BRIEF. The malmrnjah of Jalapur has made a donation of 100,000 rupees to th'j South Africa war fund. Adolph IS. Rothschild , who hod a bank In Naples In the time of the Nea politan monarchy , dido In Paris. At Sandwich , Out. , Lovl " .Steward wan hanged for killing old man Jameu lloss for the purpose of robbqry. The government Is Informed that the Argentine tariff for JflOO has been adopted. Changes are unimportant. William Stanley Hazcltlne , the mar ine frtlst.i is dead In Rome , at the age of Oi years. Jlc was a native of Phil adelphia. The total collections for the port of Havana for the 801 working day.1) ) of the year 1899 was , $1,097,151 , making nn average dally collection of $30,81 ! " . The wheat harvest of South Austra lia , is estimated to be six bushels per acre , leaving an exportable surplus of 185.000 tons. Secretary Irwln Slicpard of the Na tional Educational announces the ...

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 — 15 February 1900

Tollow Domoorala Follow His Oaskct Through Heavy Showers , All QUIET AT THE FUNERAL Xxerclncn nt the Cemetery Out .Short on Account of the Inclemency of thu Wcuttior Thousand * at the Cemetery Drenched With the Downpour. FRANKFORT , Ky. , Feb. 9. Rain -came down in sheets while the funeral services wore being held over the body of Kentucky's dead democratic leader. The morning dawned dark and -threatening , but at 9 o'clock the clouds cleared away and the sun came out nright and brilliant and there was every promise of a pleasant day. The prospect was short-lived , however , for Just as the hour for the formation of the funeral procession arrived the rain began to fall , slowly at first , but with ver-increasing rapidity , until shortly after the hour of noon , when the parade was on the march , the floods began to descend. There were dry in tervals , but after them the water came -again with increasing viclousncss and just as the hearse left the Capital hotel a heavy shower began w...

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 — 15 February 1900

( fiuolci : ( Jo. FubUibod eTfrThnredajr.nt tlio Comity Bout , . 91 , AKIHIIUKItY , - litlltur WWOfflco In Ouster lllock , Fourth Atc.-er Itokrcd nt tbt poitofflco nt Urokeu Dow , Nib. , es ewnd'ClMimatlcr ( or transmission through tfc U. S. Malls. SODSOltUTlON 1'IUCK : Oni T < xu , in advance ( I UO THURSDAY , FEB. , 17 , 1900. Forced Love. There seems to bo great efforts made by Bryan and IHH worshipers to insist that they love the Bcora more than republicans. So ardent has their pretestings of love become - come , that they assume republicans to be insincere because they do not inako themselves as silly. We hare never known a democratic administration to do anything for those struggling for freedom , wo have known of thorn repeatedly sup pressing efforts for libertj. Were the present administration to take sides with the Boers , and got into trouble with foreign powers , Mr. Bryan and his worshipers would bo the first to raise a howl about it and it would bo no baser tactics t...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 15 February 1900

TIME TABLE , BROKEN BOW , NKB. Lincoln. Uonvor , Omaha , Iloluua , Chicago , Uutte , Bt , Joseph , Portland , Eansaei City , SAlt Lake Clt > . 81. Jjouts , and all San Krnnclero , polnti A > t and Bonth. and all points \VCB- . THA1N8 LKAVK A3 TOLLO1VS ! EART. No. 4 . Local esprots dally , Lincoln , Omaha , And nil points tact 0"M a.m. . 2 < o. 4t. Locul iniFstiiycr , departs. . ! ! : & u. in. No , 40. Through fright cnci lally..f > : UU a. in. No. 48. Local freight east urr. daily 1U.OO p.iu , Departs ftt 1.05p.m. Kxccpt bunday. WKtT. No. 41. Local express dally , Ilcloim , liuttn i'ortlaml , all points west 11:55 p. in Mo. 43. Local piiLHOiiKCriiirlviant..4:55 : p. m. No. 46. " " wttt " Hi'Wi n I" No 47. " SlilBp. m Dopum at 2 f > ii , m Except biinilay , Sleeping , dining und reclining chair cars ( scats free ) on turuigh ttHliif. 'ilcl.eo eold uiul bjg gage clicckcil tu uny pi hit lu tu Unaid suites anu Canada. No. 48 bas mcrchhiidleo cars TucfltUjj , TUtits- d...

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 — 15 February 1900

1 ROD Gieverflaie's fldveDtnre , W Oy / \ i-ioplclna. . OopyrlehteJ , ItCB , by Uoberl llonncr's Sont. 1 CHAPTER XIIL ( Continued. ) "Drunk ! Not a bit of It. Did you ever BOO Torrevo drunk ? I did not. 1 toll you H wan a put up Job. Torrovo know you always looked at the In- volccs and tally , and he played thin little game for you to sco how well the boy wrote. He knew your anxiety to get the work ilono well would do the rest. Uut wlmt'a the use standing hero talking ? He's gone , and netting farther invay every minute. " "We imial follow but In Which dt- u-cctlon ? " "In which direction ? Why , In what .direction would he go but toward his ally , Torrevo , the traitor ? He has gone back to the 'Black Cat. ' " "Ho may have gone toward Buenos Ayros. " "Not he. What could he do there ? I tell you , the bargain included the Bafpty of Torrovo. The boy has gone back to Join Torrevo , and the 'Black Cat' will sail for Buenos Ayres with these two precious fellows on board. " "I will order...

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 — 15 February 1900

i'd on Hnj ] ri'n OliMlimry , A London paper says that General Duller was once In company with Lord Ohnrlcs Beresford coming down the Nile , nhd as their boat approached the first catnract n sharp discussion nrcic ns to which was the proper channel to take. The soldier advised one , the sail another , but In the end Buller's channel was followed , with perfect suc cess. "You see , I was right , " the gen eral exclaimed , exultantly. "What nf that ? " retorted Beresford ; "I knew It was the right one myself , nnd I only recommended the other because I knew you would oppose whatever 1 said. " " I am now seventy-tv/o years of age and my liair is as dark as it was twenty-five years ago. People say I look at least that much younger than I sm. I would be entirely bald or snow- white if it were not for your Hair Vigor. " Mrs. Anna Lawrence , Chicago , 111. , Dec. 22 , 1898. aan Is Yours Snow-white ? There is no getting around such a testimonial as this. You can't read it over v/ithout bein...

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 — 15 February 1900

'Jho To ( olllco ItrinoTAl ' There has been considerable agitation for the past few ( lays in the city over the question of changing1 the location of the post- office. But , may it be said to the credit of all concerned , that agi tation was not by any north or south side faction , but purely from the question of office- rent , The building which theoHicenpw occupies was built for a postoflice as a compromise site several years ago , by a stock company , when there existed a rivalry between the north and south side for pres tige. The building was erected , at the time , as we remember , by Messrs. S. B. Thompson. John Reese , B. Young , S. J. Lonergan and others , and rented to the gov ernment for $25.00 per month , and the loby for $15.00. During the hard times under democratic ad ministration the rent for the office was cut to $20.00 and the loby to $10.00. Last spring the company built a vault , closets , etc. , to the building , at an expense of $700 , and rented the back rooms ...

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