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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 17 May 1900

The Sioux Palls Convention Nominates Him by Acclamation , GREAT ENTHUSIASM MANIFESTED O. A. Towno ' Is Named for Vlco-1'rcil- elent Senator Allen I'roncnts tlioNinuo of Mr. Ilryun Llwifciilne Cheers Greets Ills Acclamation I'ropositlon. For President \V. * J. BRYAN For Vice President C. A. TOWNE SOUX FALLS , May 11. The dele gates to the populist national conven tion were not all prompt In congre- grating at the wigwam at the hour set for convening this morning. Many of them had found cither the work in the committee assignments or the gos sip incident to the convention too ab sorbing for them to get to bed early , and many remained abroad until the early hours of the morning.As a con sequence they were slow in reaching the big tent today , and most of those who did reach there in time looked quite sleepy-eyed and drowsy. Those of this class were not long , however , in rising to the demands of the occa sion. The day began with the pro- oentatlon of the reports of commit tees , and ...

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 — 17 May 1900

i > # 'of ? ' &W PATKNT MKIHCINKS WAU , PAITK. $ i gft BATH CAIUNKTS. CUTI.KIIY. -'ii ' ) { j ; > : | 'f. vi. . * w.v ! . * . .v. * ; ? : ' . * V " * , V " ' * , ! " * ; y ' / : Vi > " ' , l ; l . ( : ' ' ; : , ' ; ! i . to te afeto ( Sublet Published orery Thnredny at tlio County Sent. . M , AMHHKKItV , - BUlltcir tS-Ofllco In Caetcr Illock , Fonrth Atc.-oy Enterednt tlio poetonico at Ilroken tioNeb. . , BB 6ccond-claotmaUcr [ for trnneinlrelon through tbo U.S. Malls. SUHSCHII'TION PIUOK : One Voar , In advance St.00 THURSDAY , MAY 17 , 1000. ItGI'UIILLUAN TICKET. For I'reutdcntUI Electors. JOHN S NE5B1T , Hurt. A B WINDHAM , CasH. ED ROY'SU , OtiHler. .J I , JACOHSON , Douglas. , ) L KENNEDY , Douglap. F V LANGER , S.ilino. . I. W FLAGUE , Buffilo. . S P DAVIDSON , JoIioHon. For Governor. OIJAS H DIETRICH , Adams. For Lliiit Govern.r , E P SAVAGE , Culler. For Secretary ofBtnte. G W MARSH , Richardson. For Auditor. ClJAci WESTON , Shcriilnu. Eor Treasurer. WM STEUFFER...

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 — 17 May 1900

Has n full line of Drugs Paint and Wall , ? Paper. Also a Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store on corner of Fifth avonno and Main street , Broken Bow , Neb. CHA8. E. Ft ) I'D , President , Omalin , Neb H. 0 , liOGKllS , Cndilor , Ilrokcn How J. M. KIMUKItLIKG , Vlcc-rrci. , llrokcn How. S. II. 110YT , Aea't Cathlcr , STATE BROKEN BOW , NEB. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. , ' IHHKUTong : Chns. K. Ford. J. M. Klmbcrllug. 8. IHIoyt. 11. n. llogors. V. 11. Calilncll Malro a Bpcoialty of loaning money on cattle , EiV/ANT / to fay to tbc WEiV/AlS that t our health is fairly good , and hav- rfido our winter clothcp , taken of ! our high collar and with our eyes turned in the di rcction of busiuoBH. Wo arc ready to eorvo our customers with the best of LUMBER , LATHS , POSTS , In faot ANYTHING iiaimlly kept iu ft FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD. Wo make our own SHINGLES and wo know t'aey arc GOOD. Wo have the FINESf SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES ! WELL THEY ARE L...

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 — 17 May 1900

% ilimn * i T * ' c * * m a'm . * * tJ5 fc % 2 % A STORY OF THE ! / C % "At.w ! t BOER _ _ CAMPAIGN ; < % \ ON THE. . . . w > K % KJ S ' S ii % > / ] < . . % I By H , B. Mackenzie & . % t CHAl'ii'Jll II. ( Continued. ) "I rcmomburcd this was tlio tiny npoko of riding over , " said Dr. Adalr Rothcs for it waa lie in a low voice ; "but , I hardly , , cxpcctcd''you , wfyuld como today , with these terrible rumors about. " Bluebell's eyes grow larger than their wont * ' " > "Rumors ? . ! I haven't hcard.any. ' she said. "What are they , Doctor Rothes ? ' "You haven't heard ? " Ho had not released her , hand , nnd was holding it very "closely'now. "T/lmy / ( suy/that the Doors are marching into Natal. " "Oh ! " Bluebell uttered a little cry , and tho' rday color faded out of her face. "Is Itnvari then1 , ' "I suppose so , " Rothea answered gravoly. "It seems Krtigor has as gbod aa , declared war by sending a message to England 'demanding that our troops should bo Immed...

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 — 17 May 1900

A new story of Kitchener Is said by G. W. E. Russell to be "probably not so v ry ( ar nitfny. " Cqcll Rhodes mnde motp or lop' trouble for the mill- ' tnry Authorities ' In Kimberlcy , anjl finally Col. Kekcwich one day hello- EiapheNVLord Kitchener that R'hode's interforomte was ? getting 'unbearable. Kitchener's prompt answer was : "You had , bettor piiC him hi chains ! " . , can't Y/euhnve civil tbaulcr-cnsh- lers as well as civil engineers ? Solomon'vns the wisest man. Who was the wisest woman ? ' . Let us believe neither half of 'the good people tell us of ourselves , , nor half the evil they say of others. Do Your lrcet Ache nml _ Tlnrf ? . .t- Shako Into your shoes , A.Um's IJoot- East , a powder for the 'feet. ' * ' It multes * tight or New- Shoes feel Easy. Cures , Corns , Bunions , Swollen , Hatband. . Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores , 25c. Sample sent FUEE , , Address Allen S.OlWuted.LbRoy , N.'r'Y. " ' ' - The English worklngman has 27S working days. Cart...

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 — 17 May 1900

Uomo-l'llm. The annual mooting of the Asso ciation of Economic Entomologists was ield nt Columbus , Ohio , Aug. 15-19. Dr. L. O. Howard of the United States department of agriculture , under the title , "A Ilemeily for Qad-PHea , " read u paper showing that Dr. I. PorchlnsUI , an expert entomologist connected with the Russian government , has discov ered Unit gad-IllcB , \vlilcli are such an intolerable Huourga to animals living oil the Husiilun steppes , are to a certain oxtetit depondunt on 'he ' existence of occasional pools of water which they frequently visit , and from which they drink. 15y careful experimentation Dr. Porchlnskl has shown Mint by covering the surface of such pools with a thin film of ksrcsene the gad-nies are killed In enormous numbers , and that large stretches of country mny be relieved of the presence of th se tormenting flies by this means. Dr. Howard called attention to the fact that ho had anticipated Porehlnukl's discovery in the course of his own Initi...

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 — 24 May 1900

VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 24 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 49 ; \ There IB no defeat of tlio eye capable of no mpru harmful rccults Umn short ulRlit or myopia , often denominated "near light. " Other eyu malformations cauio jialn , \ licndaonop , uil eye nchos but fhort ilL'ht glruH no warning , yet it Is one of iho moet dangeron" coiidltlora. From constant effort to gco perfectly without proper gliwcs the eye takof on amallKuunt grnutli , and grndnnlly be comes elongated , causing rupture * and hc'inorrha er > , finally breaking down In Its \ ou'lrit structure. Oiapftei * ui < ed tlmoly will ofteu proreut eotloUB results. \ r.rudunte of Chlcauo Optlmlmic Collecc. This is tbo season of the jl'j.'S ' year , farmers should bo | i'j thinking of protecting their ! $ crops against hail storms , jjirf r.v The way to do this IH to take out a policy of insnr- jfijfi ancu in the old and reliable . & } jgft St. Paul Fire & Marino In | Sy [ ; su...

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 — 24 May 1900

CDSTER mm REPUBLICAN I ) . H. AMSIIKUHT , Vubllihnr. BBOKKN BOW , NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEP , A pension of ? 100 a mouth has been granted Mrn. Lawton , So far there are twenty enfcs of bu bonic plague at Port Bald. Joseph Flory hns'boon nominated for governor by the republicans of Mis souri. Cnpt. E. J. Kennedy , proprietor of the Washington hotel , at GnlvcHton , j oxns , was found dead in his bed. The London war ofllcn has asked ( lie National Rlflo njk'fjchnloii to draft a plan for natlqliaj rjtflu i-uibs aw advo cated by fiord tfmlfibury In his recent . r * mf i-peccn. At Rntcsvllle. Ind. , while enagg il in a. friendly sparring match. yv'lll Stowc , aged 17 , received a blow near the heart and fell dead at the feet of hla sparring mate. Jlr. Lovcday , the stale1panie com missioner , IK prosecuting boy's arrested for shooting song birdIn Illinois. During the last week 1- trod twen ty-one convictions. Sheriff O'.Conhor and a 'jsso of farmers captured E. F. Ehtell and .lames Mur...

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 — 24 May 1900

CAPTOHBOF MAN ! Closing Days in and Around the Pkco More Bloody. KRUGER'S GRANDSON A PRISONER Itcniirt Hint Ninety IJor < Wr t'Htiturril nnil Mmiy Were Killed Sli-nte .v Turns lief cut Into Vli-lory llutf rmnlnhed ( liirrlion .Surround * Intuiting I' and IninrlxoiM Thuw. LONDON , May 18. England still valts with Intense and almost breath less Interest for news of the teller of Mafeklng. A crowd remarkable for the number of men hi evening dress nnd Including many women were around the War ollico , even after mid night , hoping for uomo announce ment. Only reluctantly did the people ple disperse when the lobbies of the War ofllco were finally cleared with the word that nothing had been re ceived. One thing seems clear , the town still holds out. Were it no so the Boer wires laid to tlie camps of the beleacucretl garrison risen would have passed the news. Reports from Lonrenzo Marqucz , based on reports that leaked out from the Pretoria war office , show that the Hoer stormers Satur...

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 — 24 May 1900

Kor Nonrly Sixty Yoivrfl STEW-YORK - Thu LeiullnR Niitiorml Knmlty Kor I'rojjrepfltvo Farmers and WEEKLY TIBUNE , Villagers. An old , stanch tried and true friend of the American People , from the Pacific , and the poineer in every movement calculated to advance the interest and increase the prosperity of country people in ever State in the Union. For every half centuy farmers have followed its instructions in raising1 their crops , and in converting' them into cash have bee , , National authority. If you are interested in "Science and Mechanics" that department will please and instruct. "Short Stories" will entertain old and young. "Fashion Articles" will catch the fancy of the ladies , ami ' Humorous Illstrations" and items will bring sunshine to your household. Tun WKKKI.Y TKIHURK is "The People's Paper for the entire Uuited States , and contains all important news of the Nation and World. Regular suscription price $1.00 per year , but we furnish it AND THE REPUBLICAN 1 YEAR FOR ...

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 — 24 May 1900

Jlns n full line of Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also a Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc , Store on corner of Fifth avenue and Main street , Broken Bow , Neb. CHAB. K. FUKD , I'rctldcnt , Omahn , Neb II. 0 , HOOKHS , Cofhlcr , Ilrokcn now. J. it , KIMUEIiLING , Vlcrrci , Uroken How. B. It. 1IUYT , ABB'I Caehlur STATE BROKEN BOW , NEB. ' GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. uiuKCTong : Chai. E , Ford. J. M. Klmborllng. S. II. Hoyt. H. G. Kogera. V. 11. Caldwgll Make a specialty of loaning money on cattle. r EL WANT to say to th ° W Public that our health is fairly good , and hav- inf > luid aside our winter clothes , taken oil our high collar and with our eyes turned in the di rection of businopri. We are 1 t i ready ta serve our customers with the boat of LUMBER , LATHS , I POSTS , in faot * ANYTUING usually kept in n FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD. We make our own SHINGLES and we know t'aey are GOOD. We have the FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES ! WELL ...

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 — 24 May 1900

1 if VI ' ' ' i A STORY OF THE * ' BOER CAMPAIGN / ON THE. . . , c IN VE ifk k f f > i f Dy H. 0. Mackenzie ' & " - -CHAPTER " ' 'Ami toMo'/VH ' . / ! ) | lObhlild * No. that ; 1 could nevei ; do1' cried Bluebell. She turned and. looUeil straight Into hto "If thai \VHH what yon winhud to ti\e \ , Mi' . MwirJLV lp'dme , tell yofi tiHttrmc yon need..11 v MO more. As long uj | > i.v fatliei N In N.nv'keLso . ' I will iiljiv wllh him. I am not In the /i-ail. / itj/aid. / V/lty > ; ! tou.U.l : t Ivo'ntau ' auc-es- nuily be a coward'1 - ' 11 "A cowaVif1' No ! No oiie unld Uc- nifie you of being that ! " cried Mooro. Ho turned , hit , horse's head toward liei'4 , fie clou" that lie wan able to lay typ luind on' iiois Hlui lpll ) started tiid instantly withdrew her hand. l\Jooro WMIII ( in in n JoA'or time : "B'tt ' you aie one of Iho.ii ; women lo nuvw yihtyin from dangoi or hurt iiifu would ' ' k'i'vo up their lives nincbell. listen to nit\ I am going oiil of Hie eonntiy. and...

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 — 24 May 1900

children spring ? planng headache , ca ly fall asleep how is it with yourself ? strength slipping away ? tremble easily , are your nerves a'3. unstrung , do you feel dull and sleepy , and have you lost all ambition ? © y every one needs a good spring medicine ; a medi cine that \yill remove impurities from the system , strengthen the digestion,1 * and bring back the old force and vigor to the aerves. % A perfect Sarsaparilla is just such a medicine ; a Sarsaparilla that contains the choicest and most valuable in gredients ; a Sarsaparilla accurately and carefully made , and one that experience has shown is perfect in every way. "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. "I am confident that. ' and Pills have saved life taking them - fall and perfectly Ayer's Sarsapaiilla my by evc-y spriag. I ha\e kept them in the houte for the past t...

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 — 24 May 1900

Now Is The Time To Subscribe. The State tuul National campaign i for 1000 IH now on. livery body fihoiild hoop posted. Thu National campaign M well an the Htate'H buln fair lo bo both exulting and iutoront- uip. No body wl > o bus any intir- est in the roBiilt of tbo o.inipaign should bo without , a comity : ind Htalo p.ipur In order thnt t > v < ry oitizeiiH in Ouster uounty may kuup posted , wo liave deoidod to malty a special price on tbu KKI-UIIUCANHOaa I put it within llio rea'jh of ovcrbody. To nil mw siibacnberH as veil at ) to nil who pay uparruatgen wo will fur niah thu Kn'Uiti.iCAN for HO cents to thu ilrst of January 1'JOl , or the HlU'inu.iCAN and Suite Journal lo Jan. lit 1001 for 75 ; thi ) Now York Tribune or 13eo nnd llm'tniLiCAN for 05 cents to January ItU 11)01 ) Oily Journal and UKI-DUUCAN OOUtH. MliUuru itvuiM. ' Cool weather. Crops look lino. Com planting IB about nil done. A alight frost wan eoon timidity morn ing. ing.A A good shower would bo nccoptab...

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 — 31 May 1900

. . btOtO lllHl r 01 , , " > I Tt V * W VOL XYII1 , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 31 , 1800-EIGHT PAGES , NO 50 1 A ) Dizzy Spells , D7zlncpg | IB very ottt'n attributable to vUuel defects jcfliieclally Is thin tu of women , arid men , too , who arc Hearing middle Hfo , Very often dizzincsg that IB thought to conic from adleordored itomoch can bu traced from the * primary i-nuso ojc I ( Icfi ct , entailing a coiiKtant .strain on tint % ltnl forceB , robbing thu stomiirli un < l II other orpuiHof their allotted portion. If you ure cubjed to Ml y snells" lot I rnu examine your ojcs. You may think tlioy arc not at fnult.Vo can mtko euro for j ou Grmlimto of Clilciuro Upthalmlc College * . v'"o.v.ifj//V.ft- : : - ' - S..j. . ; ! . . „ ; : " . ' HAIL ! HAILI HAIL ! This is the season of the year , farmers should be m thinking of protecting their 5 $ " * crops against hail storms. : " * f.'r. The way to do this is to ; , - > ? : take out a policy of insur...

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 — 31 May 1900

COSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN D. 1L AH IBnBT.VnblUhM > , BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BlUEF. Senator Quay has anitouncod his candidacy re-election to the senate. It IB officially announced that several capes of the plague hhvo occurred at Rio Janeiro. The threshing mnchTrc dealers are trying to form a pool , a meeting being held In Chicago. English Second Advcntists arc ex pecting the second coming of Clnlst in the near future. ' Nathaniel P. Hill- fernier lUniled States senator from Colorado , Is dead ( of general debility. Ail grades of refined sugar have bqcn advanced 10 points by tiic American Sugar Refining company. The French chamber of deputies by three consecutive votes declared con fidence In the government. ' . Samuel A , EllpttHqf | Cambridge , Mass. , was elected president of the American Unitarian association. The Chicago' Chronicle credits the state of Kansas with "iioastln'g" of a large penitentiary rpll 1,100 convicts. The democratic legislative caucus at Baton R...

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 — 31 May 1900

IN mm The Island } Poi ouion Subject Oroatca a Heated Discussion. SENATOR ALLEN TAKES A PART Mpooner , utf Wlaooinln , Clmrgea Thut Jmuos Not Legltliuuto Are C rented rho Dcbnto Talios a Decidedly 1'olltlcul Turn UlmrRoi by BriiMtor Align. WASHINGTONHay25. . The duty of the United States toward Its "la- land possessions1' wa'a the subject of heated discussion in the seilale. Soon after the senate convened Bacon of Georgia began an extended reply to the speech of Platt , delivered yester day. Hla speech was largely supple mental to that which he delivered sev eral days ago demanding an Investiga tion of Cuban financial affairs. His resolution , to which there la little erne no opposition , under the ruloa went to the committee on contingent expensed. The remainder of the' afternoon was occupied by Spooncr of Wiscon sin in concluding hla speech on the 'Philippine ' question. The debate which ho aroused tooK u turn decidedly political. He charged the Bb-caHed antl-lmp.qrjallsta with , ...

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 — 31 May 1900

tfuoiei tfo. Republican I'nblltljuil ercry Thursday nl tUo County Sent. U. 9lt AMHUKUltY , I tutor TWX-Otllcu in Cnotur 11 lock , Fourth ATO.-JJI * BuUrcd nt tlia pottofflco at Urobeii Dow , Nub. , * tt cunil.clAt | m Uer for tunnulfhloii ilnuu li theU. H. Mallfl. auiisuJUiTiuN I'UIOK : One Year , In ( Klvatiro riiUKBDAY , MAY 31 , 1900. ItlTUULlUAN T1CUKT. Kor Presidential Elector * . JU1JN N NK8U1T , Hurt. A B WINDHAM.Cass. ED ROYSIfi , Ouster. J L JACOHSON , Douglas. J L KENNEDY , Dough * . F b" LANQER , Sulino. L VV FLAG UK , Buffalo. S 1' DAVIDSON , JohDHou. For Qovernor , CUAS H DIET1UOH , Adams. For Lieut. Qovernor , E P SAVAGE , Custor. For Secretary oCHmtc. Q W MAKSH , Richardson. For Auditor. OUAd WESTON , Sheridan. 'Bar Treasurer. WM. STEUFFElt , Curaing. For Attorney General. FRANK N PROUT , GAGE. For Com I'ub Landa * and lildgs. G D FOLLMER , Thayor. ForSupt I'ub Instruction. W K FOWLER , Washiugton. The people olooled Taylor of Kontu Icy but the legiulattvo throw him o...

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 — 31 May 1900

11 SB u full line of Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also a FIDO Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Aj-ticlos , oto. Store 6n corner of'Fifth avenue and Alain street , Broken Bow , Nob. OIU8. E. VOUD , PrcelUcnt , Omaha , Neb. II. 0,110(11(113 , Onshlor , llrokcn How. J. M. KUllJKRUNG , Vlcu-Prei. , Jlroken IJow. S. II. I10YT , Aen't Caeklcr STATE BROKEN IiO\V , NEB. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. uiuKOTOus ; Chas. K. Ford. J. M. Klinborllng. S. U. lioyt. U. 0. llogon. V. U. Caldwcll Make a specialty of loaning money on cattle. I 'T ' to flay to the Public t our health it ) fairly good | , and hav- inplaid aside our winter clothes , taken off our high collar and with our eyes turned in the d i , rcction of business. Wo are * 11 ( ready tj servo our customers with the best of LUMBER. LATHS , POSTS , in fact ANYTHING usually kept in a FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD. We make our own SHINGLES and we know they are GOOD. Wo have the FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES ! WELL THEY ARE...

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 — 31 May 1900

K. T 'I M ' * 1 I'OST ' " ' A STORY OF THE \ % I ' Vk , , , , " ! , * ' - BOER CAMPAIGN \ " „ ' ' - ' ' . S-.OIS''THE , , . . , i ; ' - vt 5 vf IN ! ' t' ! VELDT By H , D. Mackenzie II & VK5K C H " A PT ' J3R . f V . ( Coji 1 1 nu cjl.v "Was" it' anything , dcario ? " Hho uttered ' tered an exclamation aa bollV white face. VThd going to attack us , Bluebell ? la that * It ? " " " "No * no , auntie not BO far an I know , " said the girl , "With an attempt at a wan ainlle. "At Ipast , that waati' ( . what dnMSwir/lvedY \ \ ( lon't nsk me tonight , nuntlc , I'm tired. Good night. " MHH ! Elizabeth was all of mother aho had over known , . - "Good night. G od kqep you. 4pirlc' } ' | the cltloV "woman whispered. Her worda remained with Bluebell after Biio had nhtit herself Into her room. God keep her ! There waa One to TYhdnVshe Bhonld 'turn'1now"lfor ' iJelp In thlft mont tc'rrlblevcrlulS of hcr'yminjv life. Bluebell threw honiulf on hcr ( knocs , burying her face In her hands. Oh , ...

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