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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 26 April 1900

What a story of suffering that one word tells. It says : "I am all tired out. It seems to me I can hardly take another step. > I haven't a particle of ambition. I can't do half the work I feel I must do. I am weak , nervous , depressed , discouraged. " Now you know what the trouble is , you certainly know the cure , a perfect Sarsaparilla. "Sarsaparilla" is simply the name of the medicine , for in a perfect Sarsaparilla there are a great many remedies. Some act by taking out the bad ; others , by putting in the good. You want a Sarsaparilla that will make your blood pure this spring , a Sarsaparilla that will make it rich and strong , a Sarsaparilla that is a powerful nerve tonic. You want the strongest and best Sarsaparilla that can be made. 'The ' only Sarsaparilla made under the persona ! supervision of three graduates : a graduate in pharmacy , a graduate in chemistry , and a graduate in medicine. " < v eeki began My hu pat me on my feet and made a well woman of nie. " JAN...

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 April 1900

itenc ii'n Visit to Houston. The Reneau * Uncover n Big Fortune ol One ot Their Fiench Ancestors. I. A. Kouenu roturnud Tuesday tiight from Houston , Texas , vliurti ht > went last week as n deliv.nto from Broken Bow to the TIMIIS- MitiBlBHippi Congress and to attend n roution of tUo liouoau fnmily nt the eamo time From the Associ ated Press report of the affair , the meeting of the LicnuaiiB la likuly to develop reaultH more substantial than any action ol the Traurt-Miri- sistiippi congress. Ahotil tHrty- tlvo Of tlio OoaociidcnlH of I'lnllip Francis Renault ( Lloncau ) : nut nl Houston and affootcd an organi/a tioj with a view of rcoloiining the property that , belonged to their Ficnob ancestor. It appears that Phillip Frances Renault , who was a subject of Louis V , was sent by the king to this oouutry about 17.15 as a special envoy. To remunerate him for valuable services ho made him several giants of land that in located in Missouri and Illinois. One tract ia 14x18 miles 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 — 3 May 1900

4ft X ! I VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 3 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 46 I Tier. ) Is it dlvlduallty nbont eyeglasses tbo painc RB dropo. Not everyone can bo I fitted with tlio Bttu o rlli ) and spring , lie- eldes , eye glares should be built to fit tliu face becomingly , ana a small tcntnrcil pomon noedn a different sized lens olc. than tbe man with a broad fncu. I make J cyci'laepo to f.t each individual , nnd cturgo no more than yea par far ready made Block. J f ! Graduate of Culcatro Optualmlc College. < flP | r'fl 0 M& HAIL ! HAIL ! HAIL ! 8 $ This is the season of the l'i"- ! S.- * -V jlijS year , farmers should bo : ay thinking of protecting their & ? crops against hail storms. y The way to do this is to ? ? ; take out a policy of inaur- & ! j anee in the old and reliable ? } St. Paul Fire & Marino In $ suranco Co. of St. Paul , % ifi Minn. Their company has jSJj been writing Hail Insur- ? ? , . . 3jV ° * * - / jjIsH anco f...

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 — 3 May 1900

vv vwwv vi/vv\vtvvvw vvt.vtvfc'u w < wvi'v a > * M" * IT sf W nkv T yf 'N ' 'la1 ' ' K ill ; b : j KING D ° % * ! ! A STORY GF MILITARY LIFE IH INDIA. J i i % OV A1AVOR ALLAN CHAPTER X. ( Continued. ) That night aho would not consent to forsake his couoji. A new strength the strength of dc- upalr had coroo to liej.v-ai d the doc tor and nureKvnllke mrfrv led at the courage and promptltude 'ivllh which Hho assumed the duties o ujjjwnoaltlon when the sleepless night wasyover at last and the good nhlp steadied slowly Into Southampton docks. t > There she indited tclfigrinj ; . ar ranged for Don'fl removal to the lit tle steamer for the Isle of Wight , and gave orders' ancnt their luggage , all with a fortitude and forethought that had never been called upon'till now. The sympathy of the whole ship went with her , for the calamity which had befallen her"and Irtr great endurance beneath it had"won her golden opin ions from all. The captain stepped forward and grasped the little ...

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 — 3 May 1900

Jupcncso Ittnck Tcrth. The custom of women In Japan at marrlnge giving their teeth an ever lasting coating of blacking Is practiced now by only a small percentage , but there are still seen In the cities hun dreds of women hideous with black Ivory , and dentists' showcases contain sets of black teeth. I'ctrllicil AVonil MnntclH. Among the richest and handsomest mantels and fireplaces now manufac tured are those made of petrified Ari zona wood , veined and colored like Sienna marble and as highly polished. FOE WOMAN'S HEALTH Earnest Letters from Women Re lieved of Pain byMrs.Plnkham. " DEAR Mns. PINKHAM : Hcfore I commenced to take your medicine I was in a terrible state , wishing myself dead a peed many times. Every part of my body seemed to pain in sorao way. At time of menstruation my buffering was something terrible. I thought there was no cure for me , but after taking several bottles of Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound all my bad feelings were gone. 1 am now well and enjo...

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 — 3 May 1900

. CLOCKS. & . : f8. . * } DUY FKUITB LAMPS. ! ; Punic SIMOKS P | V * ? $ 3 ft ? * ' 1'uiuc H ( I'it UK /si [ TKAH. KxTUACTrt ? ? / : Si * -t ? ' * $ iViti PATENT MKUICINKH WAI.I. PAITB. ? } $ BATH CAIUNIITS CUTMHIV i- | * ? f'i V'// i1-vi . - f"i * ' r'v"11iv'i V l V / ? > i. " * 1 'V' " * ; y 1 : ' V.v ' * .e | s i' ; : & 6&to fo&5to tfiwlcr do , Republican I'ub'.Ielicil etfry Thursday nl Hie Comity Boat. > . ni. JUMtor * < UOnico In 0'untcr Ulock , Fourth Are.-er Kntercd nt HID 1'OStoHIco t llroltcn linn' , Noli. , as Bcconil.cluclinntter tor tranmuleploii tliruugli the U.S. Matin. SUHSCIIHTION 1'HICB : Uno Year , In Hdvunco 51.00 THURSDAY , MAY ! ld , 1000. A republican legislature and Hon. F. M. Currio for tlio united states nenato IH next in order. Thn republican Ntato convention has put up a winning ticket utu harmony provailH with UH lunilorn. Get ready to eloan away Uio rub bish. This is tlio year that Nebraska ka is to bo redeemed from the ovilH of ...

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 — 3 May 1900

, * Has a full line of Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also R Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store on corner of Fifth avenue and Main street , Broken Bow , Nob. ODA3 , K. FoHD , President , Omaha , Neb , U. 0 , KOUKHS , Cashier , Broken Bow. 3. M. KIMDKRL1NQ , Vice-Pros. , Broken How. S. II. HO\T , Ain't Cwhlor , BROKEN BOW , NEB. GEN'ERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. UIIIKOTOIIB : Chu , K. Ford. J. M. Klmborllag. S. II. lloyt. U. Q. IlogOH. V. I ) . Caldwell Make a specialty of loaning money on chattels. i ' T to fay to th ° WEoV'AN our health is fairly good j , and hav- inphiid aside our winter clothes , taken off our high collar and with our eyes turned in the di rection of businosri. We are ready U serve our customers with thn best of LUMBER. LATHS , POSTS , in fatit ANYTHING usually kept iu > FIRST CLASS LUMBKR YARD. We make our own SHINGLES and wo know fj y are GOOD. Wo have the FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season PRICES ! WELL THEY ARE LOW. Oh * ayl ...

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 — 3 May 1900

I CDSTER COUNT ! RErDBLIGAH D. M. AAtaimimY..Vublliher. BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. n THE NEWS jN B&IEF. The Chinese are saltt to have used clocks 800 years before the Christian , era. ' l Mr. John McGowan , ngcd 121 , of " Clay county , Fla. , claims to bo the ( oldest pensioner In the country. 1 Labor troubles In Chicago are to bo investigated by a special committee of I six aldermen , nidod , by five citizens. The British exchequer's balance at the Hank of England on Afirll l was $20,000,000 greater than a year ago. Charles G. Flcltfchmann , secretary of the Trust Security and Satety Deposit company , of Detroit , hanged himself In a barn. Henry A. Robinson , ex-stntlstlclan of the agricultural department , and ex- state labor commissioner , died at De troit , Mich. , aged 58 years. John W. Gates had so much money lately that he carried a check for $1- 200,000 for three days In his pocketbook - book and forgot to deposit it In his bunk. Ono man has been blown to atoms , two rocolv...

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 — 3 May 1900

ARE IT N' General Hamilton's Forcas Eecapluro the Place "Without Opposition , ENGLISH NOW HOLD THE DISTRICT Tliny Hold All the Southeastern Free State Country IJoern Mining" ' " Hindu Uobcrts' Net Ilutiiiln ; ; rilit ( Is Now Uoluj ; on In the Soutliumt Free Slate. LONDON , April 27. The Bloomfon- JHK , tein correspondent of the Dally Tcle- U Hl graph , under.Wednesday's date , says : 'f * "Our mount3d infantry entered the high mountain plateau of ThaLii N'Chu today almost without opposi tion. As Tliabu N'Chu is a natural fortress this must mean that the Boers have practically thrown up the sponge in this section. If the force presses on to Ladybrand the whole country south of that point and In line with BloRinfonteln will bo in our hands. "One difficulty is that many of the Boors forming commandos , in/.nedlate- / ly on finding themselves beaten , re treat to their farms and resume the roles of peaceful citizenship , hiding their rifles. " The Blocmfonteln correspondent of the Stan...

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 — 3 May 1900

Good Dressers You will not sec any men dressed as well as the men who wear Hart , Schnffner & Marx suits and top coats. The nobby style and neat fit of these clothes recom mend them to every man who knows what teed ; clothes arc and who likes to wear the best. They're the kind adver tised In the leading maga zines and worn by good dressers everywhere. A Sack Coat Made according lo'onUnnry methoda wilt IHUIK on u miin Ilko u drain but ; , Our line ot modern tailor made. 11. H. & M. and perfection suitu lit KrnueM'y ' and BiiBUflPt an air of quIUllty never approached by the other sort. All our clothlnu Is cut mill made by first olnea tnilora In largo airy work-rooms nnd their skillful t'lforls nro evid > need In every stitoh nnd beam , In .ho cut nnd hanKt and in genera ! expression on every garment. Buying in large quantities makes n bit ; dlffernuco In the cost to you. Heio an ologftiit assortment of noboy cheviots , phild , cliuck and atrlped won stcda , which are HO ver...

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 — 10 May 1900

" W 1 VOL , XYIIL BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 10 , 1800-EIGHT PAGES , NO 47 IJSlDlVlDUfllilTV K f then It It dlvldnalltj aboat eycgl * 8Cs the f mo BB drofs. Not everyone rnn bo fitted with ( ho BUN ccllu and spring , lie- nldcs , eye glastes should bo built to fit the face becomingly , and a emnll tcntnrcd person needs a different sized lens etc. , than the man with u brand faco. I tnako eyeglasses to f.t each Indlrldnal , nnd ctargo no raoru than yon pay for ready inado stock. l I Graduate of Chicago Optlmlmlo College. HAIL ! HAIL ! HAIL ! This is the season of the year , farmers should bethinking thinking of protecting their tjsf crops against hail storms. ' The way to do this is to take out a policy of insur ance in the old and reliable St. Paul Fire & Marino In Biiranco Co. of St. Paul , Minn. Their company has been writing Hail Insur ance for sixteen years and is thoroughly reliable and pays cash in case of loss. Consultation and testaruo- niala ...

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 — 10 May 1900

COSTER CODmREMJCAN D. M. AMgiJEUUY , Vublliher , BDOKEN BOW. > ; ty , THE NtWS IN BRIEF. Lazard Fcros will ship $1,000,000 In gold nntl llciilollmcli , IcUlhclmor & Co. , ? 500,000 to Europe from NC.W York. Joseph Gustavo Unniponc , a famous bandmaster , leader of the Old Guard band , OM _ flt.Nc\O'jarlj _ jige.OL-E7 " " * ' * * - - - years. The wage dispute of the day laborers at Pltlsburg , 1'n. , was settled by the operators conceding the 20 per cent In crease demanded. Mrs. Sarah II. Woolsey , widows ot ex-President Theodore D. Woolsey : ot Yale , and Mrs. 'ffUodVftlf , hbV * sister , ' were seriously injured 111 nSVU'riatfay accident at Now Haven , Conn , The month oV April was 'a Tocorrt breaker for malrinEfaftlns.at , thft lltiJl * . adclphia mint. The total number rt pieces of money made was 9Slll,100 , the value of which was $12,951,180. The New York state board , of tax commissioners has made nubjlp th final valuation on the f ranch Isca Now York city corporations ,...

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 — 10 May 1900

I The State Oonvention Nominates Him for Governor by Acclamation , THE NAMES OF OTHER NOMINEES ( totli Tluirston and Iloscwntcr Selected ns , IJclegntCB nt I.nrgo ( o tlto I'lillii- ( iclp'hiu Convention The iJlRlit 1'rcsl- ilrntlnt Ulcotora The 1'liitfOnn Adopt ed State Central Coidnlttec , Utc. Delegates-nt-Lnrgc to Philadelphia E. HOSE WATER of Douglas JOHN H. M'CLAY of Lancnotor . . . .JOHN A. ERHARDT of Stnnton . .JOHN M. THURSTON of Douglas Per Alternates NORRIS DROWN of Buffalo M. R. SNODGRASS H. C. BAIRD C. M. KALEY Per Presidential Electors JOHN P. NESBITT of Burt A. B. WINDHAM of Casa ED ROYSE of Custcr J. L. .TACOBSON of Douglas . . . .JOHN L. KENNEDY of Douglas JOHN J. LANGER of Saline R. L. HAGUE of Buffalo S. P. DAVIDSON" of Johnson Per Governor .CHARLES H. DIETRICH of Adams For Lieutenant Governor E. P. SAVAGE of Ouster Per Secretary of State . . .GEO. W. MARSH of Richardson For Auditor . . .CHARLES WESTON of Sheridan For Treasurer . .WILLIAM STEUFFER of Cuming For At...

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 — 10 May 1900

V'W WHOUKl Wji DRY F 'num. ' 88 PURE SPICKS. > . I. , Pimic EXTRACTS PURK COKI'KES. . * > c. c.ff PATBNT MKDIOINKS. WALL J'APPR. * CUTUJHY. - * BATH CAIUNETH , fe ( SSKSKsS . Oto. Republican I'nbUebcd oTcry Thnredny nt the Comity Boat. D. M , AMHUKS1IIV , B'.tlltor 3-OClco in Cutter Ulock , Fonrth Ate. Entered at tlio poetoffico at UroUen Dow , Not ) . , i BccoiiU-ca8innUcr ! | for tranemlmlon through thoU. 9. Malls. SUUSCHIITION I'UIOB : Una Year , In advance 51.00 THURSDAY , MAY 10 , 1000. ' IIEL'UBLICAH TICKET. For Presidential Electors. JOHN N NKSB1T , Hurt. A B WINDIIAM , CBHH. KD ROYSE , Cnstur. J LJACOBSON , Douglas. J L KENNEDY , Dough * . 6V LANGKR , Saline. L W FLA.GUE , Buffalo. S P DAVIDSON , Johnson. For Governor , OHAS H DIETIUUH , Adjins. Per Lieut Governor. E P SAVAGE , Custer. For Secretary ofBtate. G VV MARSH , Richardson. For Auditor , OUAd VVESTON , Sheridan. Eor Treasurer. WM STEUFFER , Cuming. For Attorney General. FRANK N PROUT , GAGE. For Com Pub Lands ...

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 — 10 May 1900

Has n full line of Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also R Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store on corner of Fifth avenue and Main street , Broken Bow , Nob. OTTAS. E. KotiD , President , Omaha , Neb. II. G , KOGKRS , Oashlor , nroken How. J. M. EIMIIKnLlNQ , Vlcc-I'rcs. , Urokcn How. S. II. 110\T , Aes't Cachlcr , BROKEN BO\V , NEB. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. DiREOTong : Ch o. K.Ford. J. M.KltnbsrlluB. B. U. lioyt. U. 0. Kogora. V. D. Caldirell Make a specialty of loaning money on chattels. \ to th ° WED\VANTtosay health is"fairly good , and hav- in laid osido our winter clothes , taken off our high collar and with our eyes turned in the di rectiou of business. Wo ready to servo our customers with the best of LUMBER , LATHS POSTS , in faot ANYTHING usually kept in a FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD. We make our own SHINGLES and wo know t'jey are GOOD. Wo have the FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES ! WELL THEY ARE LOW. Oh say ! Try our $4.00 COAL for ...

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 — 10 May 1900

> k > k > ! < > ii > 1 < > k , > k > } < > k > i < x > isii > i < jl * > 1 < > Ji > k > k > 1 < > U > ii * k > kt4. A STORY OF THE \ BOER CAMPAIGN OIN THE , . , , IE By H. B. Mackenzie > i * CHAPTER I. : ' It was evening a glorious evening , such as only tropical countries know. The hot wind ( hat had blown all day had now died down , anil there was a great stillness ; but a pleasant cool ness In the air made it delightful after the sweltering heat. There had been no rain for a long time , and the ground \Vas parched and dry. Outside the pretty homestead the red sand of the ' oldt lay thlqk and flno In the dry grass which covered the wagon track. But Insldo thq fi.niBH looked green enough. Perhaps ilt had received an artificial show6r. All round the grassy lawn were ( lower beds , mostly of tropical flowers , among which the succulent blue Illy raised Its long , trumpet-Bhaliqd flowers ; but there wo...

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 — 10 May 1900

afe a slave to your work. It's rush througl the day and worry through the night. There's no time to eat and no , f time to sleep. Already you have nervous dyspepsia , nervous sick headache , and neuralgia. Your food distresses you. You suffer from terrible depression. The outlook is dark and for bidding. You feel sure there is but one termination to this And nervous prostration is something you don't want , that's certain. Then don't have it. A perfect Sarsaparilla prevents this distressing and dangerous disease , and it cures it , also. It keeps you up when especially pressed with work. It cures dyspepsia , and it builds up exhausted nerve tissue. But it must be a perfect Sarsaparilla to do this. So far as we can learn , there isn't but one in the world , and "The only Sarsaparilla made under the personal supervision of three graduates : a graduate in pharmacy , a graduate in chemistry , and a graduate in medicine. " $1.00 a bottle. All Druggists. 111 first used Ajer's Sarsapirilla...

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 — 10 May 1900

r Good Dressers Ton will not see any men dressed as well as the men who wear Hart , Scliaffner & Marx suits and top coats. The nobby style and neat fit of these clothes recom mend them to every man who knows what Rood clothes arc and who likes to wear the best. They're the kind adver tised in the leading maga zines and worn by good dressers everywhere. < * A SACK COAT , , , , Miitle according to ordinary methodc will hung on n man Ilka u grain bnf ? . Our llnu of modern tuilor mndo 11. B. & M. and perfection mitts lit gracefully and silken nn nlr of utility never npproncliotl by I ho other anrt. All our nloltilnu la cut imil made by llrst oliiea tnllordln largo airy work.rootnp nnd tholr skillful pfforls arc ovidt need In every Btitoh nnd Beam , In .Invent nnd liong , nnd in goncra ! expression on every garment. Buying in largo quantities makes n bite difference. In the. cost to you. you nro built on tuo "Wilson & Drake" plan long and angular , ra If though you had ix...

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 — 17 May 1900

Tfrr VOL , XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 1 ; , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 48 IN SAFE HANDS If It doesn't work the wny it outfit to bring It to me I will tell you what nile It Inthortordcr. If you leave It with mo A f for repairs you can rest lunurcd that It if will receive the eaine careful troatmout M J that I would giro to my own watch , V If you wont ft new watch of any kind. A 7 Jlnd It here. If lt'8 coort time at moderate X A cost we bare It. If ll'g good time In 2 V olsbof ately ornamented cose * of reliable W quality In gold and Biker , It la here. To A { be blof , It It's the most watch worth for the least mouey , It will pfty TOII to talk 2 watch with ue. \ Graduate of Chicaco Opt hnlmlo College. , : : W ' & & b ? ! ' : gl HAILI HAILI HAILI P " " flfS This is the season of the i jj-jrj year , farmers should bo | | | thinking of protecting their j ' $ crops against hail storms. | A | The way to do this is to take out a policy of insur ance...

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 — 17 May 1900

CUSTER COUNTY REFDBLICAH D , M. AMSIJJIUllT , .Vubllilier , SPOKEN BOW > NEI1UASKA. rill : NEWS IN BRIEF. Admii'al Dewcy has promised to visit Detroit In June. The Hutchison ( Kansas ) Salt com pany has Increased the wages of HE employes. The health of the mad king Otto , ol Bavaria , Is completely broken and the end IB expected soon. The United Fruit company Is going to Immediately expend over $ GOO,000 on Ho .sugar plantations in Cuba. An .frhperlal irade Just replied at Constantinople orders contracts t < > bo signed' with foreign shipbuilders for renovating eight antlquatedr' ' lonclu'ds. Burglars entered the First National bank ol1 tfnst Brady , Pa. , dynamised and looted the safe. The bank ofllcials refused to make any statement ol the amount taken , but tie loss Is b'ald to range from $ G,000 to $10,000. Mrs. H. H. Libbe , the beautiful young wife of a rich wholesale flour dealer of St. Joseph , has brought suit for divorce , , making sensational charg es of cruelty ...

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