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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 28 June 1900

M'KINLEY AND ROOSEVELT Candidates for Both President and Vice Presi dent Named by Acclamation. A BRIEf REPORT Of THE CONVENTION'S WORK Gigantic National Republican Assemblage in a Constant Mood Which Required Very Little to Touch Off the Pent Up Enthusiasm The Platform. William MrKliilnr win notiilnatod for 1'rmlclout l > r Smiutor Foraker In an nd- < lrM of n quurtnr of nit hour's duration , vrlilch w t coiicliidnd at 11:13 o'clock , Thursday , June SI , ItHlO. Applnuno followed for thirty minutes. ItooBovelt seconded thu nomination , followed by Thiinton of Nohr.iaki , Knight of Callfornl , Yorkei of Kantitukjr , unit Mount ot Indian > Molilnloy uat nniulnntad hy neulaniutlon at 13:41. Koosnvolt win iiomliiiited for Vlce-Pre lduiil by Onlonol I , if a Young of Iowa- Murray of MiiaiuuhtmitU seconded tlio nomination , followed liy Athlon of Washington - ton and Senator Uepuw of New Vorlc. Itoo9uvoll nonilimlod by ttcotaniutton t " : ( > . Convention ndjournud aluu die ut...

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 — 28 June 1900

( tote * ( Ho , Hepublicau Fnbllilied ererjr Thoredaj at theCojinlj Beat. D. M , AMBHKRKY , I'.Oltor 9-Offlco ID Cottar Ulock , Fourth ATe.tr BnUred at the poitoffloe t Broken How , Nob. , 11 eccond.clasim | tter for trtuiulrtlou through theU. S. Malls. UUSC1U1T10N I'UIUKi Ono Year , in advance 11,00 ' THURSDAY , JUNK 28 , 1000 , ItKL'UllLlCAN TICKET. For Governor. OUAS H DIKT1UUII , Adorns. For Lieut , Governor. E P SA VAQE , CtiBtor. For Secretary of State. Q W MAUSU , Hiohardsou. For Auditor. CUAd WESTON , Sheridan. Bor Treasurer. WM STEUFFER , Ouuiing. For Attorney General. FRANK N PROUT , GAGE. For Com Pub Lands and lildRs. G D FOLLMKR , Thayer. ForSupt Pub Instruction. W K FOWLER , Washington. Jfor Congreia. MOSES P. KINK AID. f JOHN V. NE81UTT H. H. WINU1IAJI' KUWAItl ) HOY3K. PresIdBUtUlKloclorB L. H. HAUntC , H. 1 . UAVDIUSON , JACOU JAC01ISON , JOHN L. KBNKOY. JOSEPH L. LANQ. J , II. Edmiston is still doing his best to kill off Governor Pointer politically and Las boon Ben...

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 — 28 June 1900

J , Has a full line o ( Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Alk a F.mo Line of Booke , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store on oornor of Fifth avenue and Main street , Broken Bow , Nob. OHAS. B. FORD , President , Onishm Neb H. 0,1100KUS , Cashier , Broken Hon. „ „ J. M. KIM1)KW,1NU , Vlcu-1'ri-n. , Ilrokon llow. B. II. 110TT , Aw't Canhler , ' BROKEN BOW , NKB. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED , - , ' " , - , , ! " \ ' ' , . f. fuf A Qij I ' , ] ' ' ' ' , . ' /V fffr - * ' , . ( / W - , * Woxong : , , . . . , W iUWUi 1 Chas. E.Kord. J M. Elmbcrliug. S. II. Uoyt. II. 0. Rogers. V. U. Caldwell > > ; Make a specialty of-loaning money on cattle. " ' EaWANT to say to the m $ ' "l' W ublio that' our health iiW---- : ; ' tf % ' VV - - - : ! t ilt18ral ! good , and hav- * $ ty $ * * $ & $ r i . , . . . our winter clothes , ' .v uu.uu . " f Miw c-iS-- t V"413i 2 jp 't lrkk Vs .Jk ' * - taken offoui high , collar and. * "Vinslwt ' & > ' ' ' ' > r ! with our eyes turned...

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 — 28 June 1900

A STORY OF THE LOST * + / * * * * BOER CAMPAIGN ON THE , . , . / # JNJNATALriXA : > VELDT By H. D. Mackenzie CHAPTER VIll. ( Continued. ) But they were hardly prepared for the sight that met Iholroyon. In Iho shelter of the kopje , her face turned towards it , lay a young girl , her print sown torn and stained , her face like that of the dead , her eyes closed , her hair falling In tangled inuHsun about 'her ' face. She was frightfully pale , and at first they thought she was dead. "Feel her heart , Preston. " said Greene , In a whisper. "What an ema ciated creature ! Is she dead ? " " ' " sild the other. "I don't think BO , : "Quick ! give inn Home water. Greene ! " The other obeyed , and Proaloit put some to the white. Htlff HpH. The liquid seemed to bring back a fcoblu flicker of life. Her oyelldH half closed , then shut again. "Quick ! got her on my horse ! Wo must lake her with UH , " mild young Preston quickly. "We cannot leave her here to die , oven If she dies In our band...

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 — 28 June 1900

Then your liver Isn't . You suffer from bilious- onstipntion. Ayer's Pills act ron the liver. For 60 years indard Family Pill. Small re. 25c. All druggists. „ oors ors R. f. HUt CV > N . , i . . H I f | to for" linking Von iler Mill. twelve and one-half miles fvlllago | of 1-iori Click--there Itain " of alum , which , in ad- being a natural ctir.tpBity , ? of wealth for the Inhabi- ie colmtry , who dig from it IB of alum. , " " lilltiff. ' "hniljrllke" AV - . [ Hiding In IHlnola-the-other ficii except the bridegroom and iSterVere allowed. Even the ( fere women'and so w"as" the in. " It needed only a woman j to make the femininity of the 'complete. clothes will not crack If you Knctlc Starch. ly thinketh no evil , [ arching fine linen use Magnetic bees fall harder than saplings. { Magnetic Starch it will last ( than any other. ( demand for old , high-back ma- chairs with claw feet , is now I.iullo * Can Wear Blioeg. | e smaller after usingAllcu's Foot- powder. It makes tight or ne...

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 — 28 June 1900

County BonNProcccJI F ' The County board \f/8up6V visors mot na a board of fqualiza- tion , Tuesday , Juno 12th. Those " present were J. T. Arthur , j" , F. Broohbuhl , Goo E. Carr , John Ooonoy , J. W. 4jpnloy , B. P. Nicholas and C. O , Lind. Mr. 0. M. Blowers , of Arnold , presented the following request , which was road by the clerk : L. A. Brown asks that his ausess > is , mout of Arnold Township bo stri I ken from the assessment rolls for N the reason that &aid property had D been assessed in Triumph Town ship.Moved Moved by Mr. Coonoy , and seconded j ended by ' Mr. Nicholas , that the request of 'Mr. L. Brown bo granted Th motion carried. Wcdncdday , Juno 13th , IffOO. The board mot at 0 o'clock cjl momben present. li. Barrett , of Borwyn , appeared before the board and aokcd that the assessment on B sw and BW HC c. 21 1C 19 , and so HP } , sec 1 16 ID bo n reduced to one-fourth of the V purchase pnoo paid for Haid land at a very recent date. Purchase price 9340.00. I...

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 — 5 July 1900

ioniailL /i" " " " " ' ! , f ' ! & > \ \ * / i . * , ' 1 ' S V " "r T nf M VOL XVIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 5 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , < * -Y * * jio 3 Thojiconjiftr fdJUftmont of the ocnlr.r ianec1 < M nifty l > o Miown bv holding this picture directly In front of tlio crs < , nt ft llstanco of about fourteen loctica ncd I drawing slowly toward tie face. Tbcso dollc.itc yet Ktrong muscl 8 will bold tlio t > ) CB to a focus nnttl you reach tbo limit of their power , when tbc cjes fiuUlcr.lv cross end the ball goes Into the boy's open mouth , Nearly all eye trouble Is broughtnbonr by tasting the place of 'afty by pushing without gJod eyes or rood ginfgce. 1 rnn nipply the latter. You cnn have the former. \ Gradtntu of Chlcneo Optbalmic College. young calf three four daya o < tf owner ) can have by provinp "property " and pay ing costs. O. W .BOOTH. , Broken Bow WANTED Several peisosn for district office managers in this state to ...

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 — 5 July 1900

A Story Illustrating the Horrors of War CHAPTER I. "Of course , 'rare , pnlo Margaret's' name will bo on tlio list tomorrow ! Has any one present a single doubt on the subject ? " The speaker wns n little red-haired girl , with a amall , prettily-tinted face , and a pair of curling , disdainful lips. She wns one of a group of girls Who .stood In the quadrangle of the Medical College' for Women In the anrlcnt city of Edinburgh. One of the classes wns Just over , and the students wore tiling out. "Why so positive on the subject , Tottie ? " naked another student , a tall and ftoinowhnt dcllcnterlooking girl. "It Isn't always the moat likely who pass. " "Oh , but Margaret Crawford , you know ! " exclaimed pert little Tottie , with an uplifting of her fair eyebrows. "Why , the- professors all think she's unparalleled In the history of creation ! Did you hear old Cormall yesterday , when Mary Cuniiynghame kicked up that awful row ? 'Ladles , 1 am ashamed of you- ashamed of you" ! ' " Mis...

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 — 5 July 1900

esx. Admiral Seymour is Besomed in Very Nick of Time , PROVISIONS NEARLY CXIIAUSTCD Ittllef Tarty Hn to Fight Its Vfay ThroUEli OrBt Mnsie § of Hostile * Prisoners In Hands of tlrltlih Glvo Conflicting Stories Itecardlng Ministers LONDON , June 20. The casualties of the International force attacking Tien Tain were : Americans , 3 killed , 2 wounded ; British , 2 killed , 1 wound ed ; Germans , 15 killed , 27 wounded ; Russians , 10 killed , 37 wounded. The gunfire of the Americans and British is described as "beautiful. " After the relieving force pushed on to relieve Admiral Seymour , Chinese regulars under General Nleh , says a dispatch from Shanghai , again attack ed Tien Tsln fiercely and bombarded the foreign settlement with a terrible fire. fire.Colonel Colonel Dorward , British command ed the column that relieved Admiral Seymour. Amprican marines partici pated In the achievement. The ad miral was found entrenched and sur rounded by immense masses of Chi nese , who were driven...

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 — 5 July 1900

fiuslcr ( fo. JUpitblican robllilicd oTfry Thnrednj nt the County Soot. I'.OIlor In Carter Ulock , Fourth AYO.-S > Entered at the postoinco nt llrolidi ! ) o\v , Neb. , M PCCoinl-clntB'.iiiiiUer far trnnmilf don through thoU. S.Molls. UUSCUUTION I'HICK : One Your , In ndvaucp . Ji.oo THURSDAY , JULY 5 , 1900. HHl'UJIUCAX TICKKT. For Governor. CHAS II DIETRICH , Adams. For Lieut Ooverntr. E P SAVAGE , Custer. Tor Secretary of Bute , G W MARSH , Richardson. For Auditor. ClIAti WESTON , Sheridan. fior Treasurer. WM STEUFFER , Cuming. for Attorney Qenernl. FRANK N PROUT , GAGE. For Com Pub Lands and Uldgs , G D FOLLMER , Thaycr. ForSupt Pub Itntructlon. W K FOWLER , Washington. for ConKro e. MOSES P. K1NKAID. f JOHN F. NK8H1TT I U. II. WINDIIAM' IKDWAHU HOYSK. .Presidential ElictorM I , . 11. IIAUU" . S. I' . DAVDIDSON . JACOli JACOI1SON. JOHN I , . KKN13DT. UOSKl'H L. 1.ANU. Latest reports from Pokin is to the effect that hope is nearly abon. doned for the foreigners at Pekin. The s...

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 — 5 July 1900

lias a full IKIO of Drugs , Paints and "Wall Paper. Also a Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store or corner of Fifth avenue and Main street , Broken Bow , Neb. CHAS. E. FOPD , President , Omaha , Neb. It. O , ROGERS , Ciuhlor , Broken Iow J. M. ElMBERLlJsG , Vlcc-Prci. , Broken llow. S. U. IIOYT , Ass't Cashier , STATE BROKEN BOW , NEB. fCENERAL BACKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED , DIRECTORS : Chas. E Ford. J M.Klrabcrllng. S. n. lloyt. II. 0. Itogcrs. V. 13. Caldwcll Make a specialty of loaning money on cattle. - \ - \ JE , V7 ANT to eay to the our health and hav- inplaid csido our winter clcthee , takcn ofr our bisb ° ollar aui our cyca turned in the d reclion of business. Wo arc ready to eerve our customers with the best of LUMBER , LATHS , POSTS , in faot ANYTHING usually kept iu a FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD. We make our own SHINGLES aud we know they 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 — 5 July 1900

CDSTEBCODHTYBEfDBLlCAN D. H. A1UBBBRT , JTablUhor. BBOEEN DOW , NEBRASKA. 3 = A bg | hall storm tore up things gen erally In Idaho. Over 1,000,000 acres of wheat in Man itoba are ruined. Four Russian ambassadors are con ferring In Paris. ' The recent rains hava inundated the streams In Georgia. The Mexicans arc planning to crush the Yaquls entirely. General Joe Wheeler says Tie will have nothing to do with politics. All grades of refined sugars were ad vanced one-tenth of a cent a pound. Kansas City's population Is figured at between 184,7o3 and 193,109. Louis C. Klein , prominent Wisconsin business man , Is dead at Racine , aged 68. 68.The Ninth infantry has left for Ma nila to help lick the wild-eyed celes tials. The recent heavy rains have treated great havoc in the vicinity of Lusk , Wyo. A large number of patriotic Chlca- goans are enlisting to fight the festive Boxer. The National Wagon Manufacturers' association has decided not to raise prices. The railroad employees of Color...

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 — 5 July 1900

CTAc Late Martin J. "Russell. Martin J. Russell , the great Chicago sdltor , whose death was recorded last week , exercised a wide Influence In slvlc affairs , In politics , In social life , By native talent , by Industry , by thrift , by honest endeavor , by loyalty to the Ideals which he had formed he paved his way to the position which ho oc cupied. Ho followed every path of duty as It kiy before him. Ho was born In Chicago In 1845. When the civil war broke out ho left his books for the battlefield. He accompanied his uncle , Col. James A. Mulligan , to Mis souri , and was chosen second lieuten ant a year later. In 1862 Lieut. Rus sell was appointed assistant adjutant- general and eervcd In that capacity until mustered out of service. In 1870 Mr. Russell began his journalistic ca reer as a reporter for the Evening Post. Later he became a member of the editorial staff of the Times , and In MARTIN J. RUSSELL. 1876 was made editor of the Telegram , a paper published by W. P. Storey....

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 — 5 July 1900

WOMAKS SUFFEIIAGE COLtiM. 'I'lio Defeat in Oregon. In the recent election in Oregon the Woman Suffrage Amend men. to the constitution was defeated. This is no aupriee to the .National American Woman Suffrage As sociation ; it has been anticipated over since the bill eubmitting the amendment to tha voters passed the legislature , It proves that the theory 1'or which the National As- eooiation so strongly con tend it ifl correct , that to win a Suffrage Amendment , a state must first be througly organized for Woman Suffrage ; ami it is a mistake to bring an amendment before llio voters tjjiUl tlio preliminary work of "organisation has been done. In Oregon , while there wan , and IB now , strong sentiment in favor of the movement , it was not clirjst- alized into the working force ; there was but the semblance of the ejnto organization , and there Wore "fees tliaii a dctfen local Clubs : a band of women who prooipiato a Suffrage campaign under Buoh conditions mtist except defeat. No po...

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 — 12 July 1900

< ar , ar\im g VOL. XVJX , BROKEN BOW. CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 12 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 4 "KYKS IN THR HACK. OK IIIB , Oliver Wcmlai : Uolmt-n , Ujlea Glrdicy , credited wllb liavlnc eyes ill hu buck of his head , because ho saw tilings behind as well .is lu front. This uns all duo to Ills t-'XUemoiy large , old ftMiloiicd. rnucd gncct clclanscfl , In7hldi objucln bohlntl hlir.wurcplalnlyrcllectcd f roper glnrses ondolcctlvu cjca of tlio present day woull cmnblo tliclr i > i > 6ecpsor to sco niuuy tmiiRf with perfect case that now seem dim and Indistinct Tlioeo who have rover availed themselves nt clnas nldciii spectacles "nuisances , " o icra \yboaicoiitthcnldln it thinly m nucr call them "blcsrlngs " Call them whntyon plcaau My glasses give you ease. Graduate of Chlcaco Optlialmtc College. The Latest fcTYLES IN Wall - : - .Paper -AT- J. G. Haeberle s. f > 5 ' tT" 0 JHH JHGS m mo tins lli"t into vour rutiiilrecixviiteli tliut in n nertt-ct | ' i . i...

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 — 12 July 1900

CnSTER COUNTY REPDBLICAN D. K. AAISDBnnT , .mblliher. BDOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEf. MJ K' Franco Is going to send two more cruisers to China. Sir Thomas Farrol , the fajnous sculptor , died at Dublin. General Wood has sent In a long list of deaths from yellow fever. The Oregon cannot be repaired < at Port Arthur. The dock Is too small An electric car at Webster , Mass. A steep grade. Three men fatally hurt. The social democrats or Connecticut named their state officers at cNw Ha ven. ven.The Christian Emlcavorcrs were Into In getting started from New York. General Jamont has passed up his Job as Inspector general of the French army. Charles Illgglns , assistant general passenger agent of the Santa Fc road , Is dead. The Coal Exchange store at Scranton - ton , Pa. , went up in smoke. Loss , $125,000. The Arlons of Brooklyn won the Kaiser Wllhelm .prize In the Brooklyn Saengerfest. The British are running up against heavy roads in the march to the relief of Kumassl. 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 — 12 July 1900

Explorer "Returns. Andrew J. Stone , the great Arctic explorer , has Just returned to Now York from a 3,000-mtle sled journey over the Ice and snow of the great Northwest , the most remarkable Jour ney In the annals of Arctic travels. On this journey Mr. Stone made many Important discoveries in animal life , as well as In the geography of the country. One of the results of his work ( ' / " ' iiS lm3 1jccn the changing of the Arctic coast line of * ( tU fck. North America. i'r. . J& Fcw mcn. i nny- \ r s v Sa lmvo so knowledge of the larger wild ani mals of the west , north and northwest - west as Mr. Stone. A. J. Stone. He has studied the animals of these' vast and Inaccessible regions for years ; ho has traveled more of their country , and visited more of them In their own native homes than any-living man. Ho has had the courage to penetrate the most forbidding regions and suffer the de privations one must experience in order to study these animals from life. The result of this...

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 — 12 July 1900

{ - r , do , JlcpuDlican Pobltihe J otcry ThnrsJay nt Uio County Sent > . M. V.ailnr t3-0fllco In Cnntor lUock , Fourth ATO.-CT y U EnUral at ttiu postoillco nt llrokcn Maw , Ncl * , us eccoml.claxfinntttt | for tnuifinlfclon tlirotiyli tbo U.S. Molls. UHSOUIl'TION i'UIOK : Uuo Voar , In ndvnnco Jl.(10 ( THURSDAY , JULY 12 , 1000 , rAN TICKJ1T. I'or Governor. C1JAS II UIEIIUOII , Afleina. Fer Lieut Qovernir. E P SAVAGE , Ouster. For Secretary ofHtate. G W A1AKS1J , Uicliardfion. For Auditor. CllAd WESTON , Sheridan. Cor Treasurer. WM STEUFFEU , Ouming. For Attorney General. FRANK N PROUT , GAGE. For Com Pub Lands and Uldgs G D FOLLMER , Thaycr. ForSupt Pub Injtructlon. W K FOWLER , Washington. i'or Congress. MObES P. KINKAID. f JOHN 1' NKSIIITT U. II. WINWIAM' KDWAHD JlOY&i : . rrcjlileiitliilElcctorc L. U. HAl.Uf , H. P. DAVDIDSO.N' , JACUII JACOIlbON , JOHN I. KHNUDY. I.IOSIPH : L. The populif-t legislalivd t'ckit ' ought be well balanced with J. D. Roam , a fimsioni-t and ...

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 — 12 July 1900

lias ft full line ot Drugs , Paints and Wall Fa/per , Also a FIDO Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store on corner of Filth ayouuo and Main street , Broken Bow , Neb. CUAS. E. KOPO , President , Omalm , Neb. II. G , IIOQEIIS , Cashier , llroken How. . . , ' . , . . . , ' , J. M. K1MUEUUNG Vicc-1'rci. Broken How. 8. II. IIOYT Ass't Cashier STATE BAM BROKEN BQ\V , NEB. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Chtt3. E/Ford. J M.Klrabcrllug. S. n. lloyt. II. 0. Ilogcrs. V. U. Caldwell Make a specialty of loaning money on cattle. a " * * } TT JE.V/ANT to pay to the S" V'T B * MrKC2RA \ / Publio that our hoallh ; \ . - ' / feC a"Iifv. ' \ \ / .M-- r i T 11 is fairly good , and hav- 1'KS sfil ? - * - V'MSts 0grfiS * ' < 'XC r , ' ' iuplaid aside our winter clothes , taken off our high collar and with our eyes turned in the d rectiou of business. Wo are ready to serve our customers with the best of LUMBER , LATHS , POSTS , in fact ANYTHING usually kept in R FIRST CLASS LU...

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 — 12 July 1900

Vv A Story Illustrating jj | the Horrors \ t tf * of War § f CHAPTER If. When Margaret cnlored the little blttlng-mom , allotted to hPr by her landlady In Spottiswoodu strcot , It ap peared ( o her mi If she were In a new world , breathing u now air. How dull anil dingy that sitting- room had looked to her formerly , with ! ( H tlrciiry mint nil-tinted paper , Itn faded carpal , Ita shabby haircloth sofa and uhuii'H. ' Now It might almost have boon paradise , no bright and joyous woio the eyes that looked round on It. Mnrgarot sat down by the little round table and covered her eyca with her hand. " 1 tlnnlc Thee , 0 God ! " The whis per came from llio very depth of her soul , and Margaret Crawford believed in God with nil her soul. "Thou has been good good to mo. Thou has given mo the beat of all earthly gifts. " The door behind her opened abrupt ly , and Margaret looked up with a atari an her landlady , n somewhat vinegary spinster , ontorcd. "You're In , Mlsa Crawford ? 1 didn't k...

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