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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 13 September 1900

StotoIlUt VOL , XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 13 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 13 I i I I "SUITED TO A T" In tlm nunnlmotiB vcrcllcl nf tliopo for ulumi I Imvr ilomt wntnli work. I want thu illlllcu't ami pnrtlculnr work In tills line , b'cuuftu I know I nm quail- find to do It , mid do It light ; otlierwisii It Wouldn't pay mo to ask for It. Somebody may I ave repaired TOUH watch to the beet of Ills ahillty , and It ro- malno juet as troiiblctonm us hcforo. \ OU nro thu > nnn I want to eeo. t 4 Graduate of Chlrauo Oixlmlmlc Collogu. School Books I/ , ' Tablets AMI ) t , School I * Supplies , if i * AT i/ \ G. Haeberle's. i h i cca CO 0 fifc 0fi fiH cqffl fc CU3 0 O = 3 It IHII'I tlte mnturlul I-,1 , Hint ICOUH Into vimr is1' repaired wntcli that In ft perfect that docstliuluiHtietiH , any bungler can buy the fine kinds of mntortiil tunt I IHO In repairing ; but tkill la thn most vnluablo mitterinl that is1'I can bo used In watch repairing ; mid th...

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 — 13 September 1900

COSTER COllNTYBEl'DBIJCAH ' D. M. AJISHEHUT , . BBOKEN BOW , NEUHASKA. I THE NEWS IN BRIEf. . Lincoln , Nob. , hhowB a population of a little over 40,000. The Fourth brigade has been ordered to proceed from Simla to China forth with. During the month of August them were ninety-three deaths In the city of Omaha. "Dullet-Proof Dill , " the mysterious elk king of the White river country , In Colorado , is dead. James Mix , 80 years old , who was nn Intimate friend of Stephen A. Doug las , Is dead in Chicago. The Pittsburg & Baltimore Coal company has received a contract for 715,000 tons of coal to be sent to Eng land. land.At At Sallna , Kan. , the Sallna South western and Solomon Valley railroads were sold under the hammer to the Union Pacific Interests for $400,000 each. The steamer Queen brings news from Bltka that the Sltka and Wrangel In dians will hold a great potlateh nnd formally end a feud that has existed COO years. William C. Whitney han sent a letter to the secretary of...

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 — 13 September 1900

That is What the State is Hatching at tha South Bend Pish Hatchery , VATS FULL Of SICK AND DEAD FISH Stud niul Poisonous Matter Saloon Hooper Appointed Superintendent Supplies I'urchHscd for Ilutcliory Un der Very Unbusinesslike Conditions. SOUTH BEND , Neb. , Sopt. 10. The State Fish Hatchery at South'Bend con stitutes In Itself a sweeping and force ful arraignment of Governor Poyntor and the fusion administration. If any thing Is lacking In Impeaching the In tegrity and establishing the Incotn- lietehcy of the chief executive of the state , this supplies It. night here may lie found evidence of palpable negli gence , lax and questionable business methods , a shamefully Incompetent maangcment , perversion of the public funds and general decay and ruin of the property. WEEDS IN PLACE OF FISH. The condition of the hatchery la such that one unfamiliar with the place would at once conclude that the state was In the business of propagating weeds Instead of fish. In fact the work of dest...

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 — 13 September 1900

( fluslct ( Ho. Republican i ry TlitUBilny nt tlio County Bant. . fll , - ICOIIdl 5-Onico ! n Curler lllock , Fourth ATO.-JI' Entered nt the postofflcu at llrokcn HOW , Nnb. , it * trcoml-clnrw rentier for irKiipmlri-lim tbroiiKl the U. H. Molls. One Your , In Mviinro $1.W " 1'11UU8DAV , SEPT. 13 , 1000 REPUBLICAN TICKET. | JOHN P. NKHMITT It II. WINIWAM , KinVAUl ) HOYSU. Presidential KlectotR U II IIAUUK , H. i' . iMvnmsoN , JACOII JACOIISON , JOHN Ii KKNKDV. JOf lil'll I , . IANO. HTATI5 TICIHCT. For Qovcrnor. Oil AS H DIETRICH , AduiiH. For Llout Ooverntr. K PSAVAGJ2 , Oiiulor. For Secretary oCHlate. G VV AIAK311 , Richardson. For Auditor. OH Ad WKSTON , Shoridan. Bar Treasurer. WM STEUFFEK , Cuminy. For Attorney General. FRANK N PKOUT , GAGE. For Com Pub Londa and IJIdfjs G D FOLLMER , Thaycr. ForSupt Pub Initructlon. W K FOVVLEH , Washington. CONGRESSIONAL. Jor Congrosfl. MOSES P. KINKAID. SKNATOKIAL. For Senator , 15tli Senatorial Dlntrlct , HON. P. M. OUKUIE , Sargent. REPRE...

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 — 13 September 1900

HAS n full line of Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also a Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , otc. Store on corner of Fifth avenue anil Main utrret , Broken Bow , Neb. ? ' Commercial Hotel 1 } HORACE P. KENNEDY , Prop'r. I * S'jtilli\vot corner Square , 1 BROKEN BOW , - - NEBRASKA. 1p ? & i Ss m The Hotel has been refitted and refurnished throughout. Sample rooms for Coiiiinerical men. Bathrooms SsI rooms in connection. Free Bus to and from all trains. ' ' til I LIVERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL , w wm Try us once and you will come again. m 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . 19 r .v--'gf ? * : * f ! * * 0 - : : * 0 ! * * : : ' * r * * : ; jk % ? ' * " * if'Vjj. ' 0f ' : : ; * j , ; % : : ; * Z.&fa&SMtt&x$3& ! & CHAS. K. FOll ) , rrosldcnt , Omahn , Neb II. O , KOOEHS , Oashlor , nroltcu How J. M. KIMHEHL1NG , Vlce-1'rcH , Ilrokon How. S. 11. IIOYT , Aes't Cashier STATE BANK BROKEN BOW , NEB. General Banking Business Transacted , Cba...

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 — 13 September 1900

\ "Remarkable Journey. Hero Is n picture of Mrs. Elizabeth Burns and the youngest of her six children , who have Just completed probably the most remarkable journey over made by any family , all of thorn having covered 700 miles on foot. The woman IB a widow of Grand Rapids , Mich. The undertaking Is one of the pluckiest ever attempted , and that It ilina succeeded without a mishap Is de clared marvelous. Mra. Durns' husband fell a victim to consumption , leaving his family In destitute circumstances , and on May 0 last the mother sold her belongings and with a small hand-cart , contain ing necessities , she began the Journey from Grand Rapids which she expect ed would end at Odin. III. , where her father lived. It took six weeks of steady walking to reach Odin , but disappointment awaited her thoroand nho was compelled to push on , her search not being rewarded until she reached Poplar Bluff , Mo. , 700 miles MRS. ELIZABETH BURNS , away from the starting point. . . The family Is no...

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 — 13 September 1900

OMAHA AND ST , LOUIS It. It. CO. HALF KATES. ST. LOUIS , Sept. 30th , Oct. 1st , 2nd , 3rd , 4th and Gth. KANSAS CITY , Sept. 29th , 30th , Oct. 1st , 2nd , 3rd , 4th , Gth and Cth. On Aug. 21st , Sept. 4th and 18th HALF RATES ( PLUS $2.00) ) for round trip to most all points South. Now Is the time to take your vacation. All Information mation nt Omaha & St. Louis R. R. Office , 1415 Farnam St. ( Ptixton HO TEL Block ) , or write Harry E. Moores , C. P. & T. A. , Omaha , Neb. , Your clothes will not crack If you use Magnetic Starch. There is great ability In knowing how to conceal one's ability. La Roccfoucauld. In warning there Is strength. Lew Wallace. Think In addressing Mrs , Pink-ham you are com- munfoatlnff with A A woman whoso expe rience in treating female ills Is greater than that of any living person , male or female * Sha has fifty thousand such testimonial letters as we are constantly pub" llshing showing that Lydla Em Pfakham's Vegetable Compound is daily re lie...

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 — 13 September 1900

Women ere Like Healthy anclslrong > Hi y blossom and bloom. Sirkly , tlvy w.ther . and die. livery v/otiiiir i -i 'I't ' lo look well nnd feel well , ll'ih rr cht and duty , but ahe might a.w il try lo put out a ( ire with oil as lo be hnlthy and at tractive with disci e corroding the organs that make hftr a woman. Upon their health depends imr health. If there Is Inflammation or weakening drains or suffering at the monthly period , attend to It at once. Don't dolay. You're one step nearer the pravo every day you put It off. Women can stand a great deal , but they cannot live forever with disease dragging at the most delicate and vital organs In their body. You may have been deceived In so-called cures. \\'o don't sou linw you could liulp 11 thuru in KII inticli worthier fittiir < m tlio innrki-t. Hut you won't hoillH. unpointed In Iltndnuld'H 1'omnlu KOK- tiliilor. Wo lielluvo It IN tlio one medi- clnu on enrtli for womanly ills. I here In ns much difference hi-twcen It and e...

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 — 20 September 1900

fliata Illit Llbrarlnu Sooloty Sooloty"P" "P" * /JV / | ' * * VOL. XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THDRSDAY , SEPTEMBER 20 , 1900.--E1GHT PAGES , NO , 14 Thought h stuck on n wntcU < " "onie to look tuto it I found a stick In hie watch You know how It Is wntrhos mu t lie cleaned , wound ami oiled , In order to Iti'vu good time. Wntcli runtlrlni ; and Adjusting is a vrry Important feiituro uf my hm-lncus I do work for nunj t > eopl 1 have never BCCII ; It comet ) to mo by mull imd express liupu- Intlon coun'B ' for much In trtu Jnwelry biiiliicee. Aly reputation U iny licet ml- vcrtlecmcnt Oradnito of C'hlcniro Opthalmiu College. School Books , Tablets AND Scliool Supplies , -AT G. Haeberle's. CX3 CO 0 0H H 0fo fo Ititm't Hie yinterliii Hint goes Into your repiilreclwntcli tlutt in a purled > . it Is tlic- } 4ou ; Unit does the btimnef-H , any buogU-r can buy the tine ktnda or material that I uao in repairing ; but tkill i * thi ! most valuable mati'rial thru ...

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 — 20 September 1900

CDSTER COUNTY HEI'DBLICAH ' U. H. AMBIIItlUlY , rulillihnr , unoKKN now , THE NEWS IN BRLT. ! A. M. I'-sler , a pioneer of Montana , Is dead nt Atlyn. At his old home , down In Buckport. Me. , Secretary Long throws aside the cares of offlce and Joins in the annual festivities of the Custard Pie associa tion. tion.The The hard coal syndicates In Silesia and the Rhine provinces have driven up the prices of hard coal 2" per cent. and soft coal iu Berlin Is CO per cent. Higher. The Law and Order league of Topeka - peka Is talking of making ReDr Charles M. Sheldon chief of police. James Ramsey was forced to resign the place because he failed to closso the joints. The deposits of the Kansas City Na tional baiiiis have Increased over 55- 000,000 la the past ten weeks. They now amount to $65,611.320 , aid an1 $11,000,000 larger than they wore r year ago. A large number of IMma Indians on the Sacatan reservation , Arizona. hav refused to send their children to tlu Indian school there and Age...

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 — 20 September 1900

Shadows of Suspicion Hover Over tbo Officials OF THE HOSPITAL AT NORFOLK Slron- Indication * thnt the Drug nnd Fuel Funds HBVO Moon Unified With nu Appropriation of NourljO13O.OOO Tlicro'U bo iv Deficiency at 1C nil of V ur. NORFOLK , Neb. , Sept. 17 , 1900. 3'rospcrous conditions are In evi dence In cvory county of Nebraska. No one but a rank partisan would attempt to assert that such conditions are transitory or unreal. It Is mat ter of slow growth there Is nothing artificial or uncertain about It. Within four years the farmers of Nebraska have been delivered from the bondage of debt and thousands of thorn boast of a surplus. It Is true that the requirements of the Impending campaign have sug gested the fullest exposition of facts relating to the changed conditions 'n ' every county In order that the people ple of one county may bo apprised of the degree of prosperity In every other county , but the republican man agers do not need to magnify or over state the facts , which In mos...

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 — 20 September 1900

( teles ( go. Republican I'ulillMxul iiri ry Tlitmilny nt thoUimuty 8ont. . Ai. 1. tutor ! n Otintof llloclt. Fourth Ate.-t , ' Ktili rul nt Ilic jiuntolllcu Hi llroken lluw , Ncli. , S3 urcoiid.dn" ! inntter fur trHiiMiitunlnii iliruuuli UioU..M StllH'IUlTtUN ) IMUOB : One YdRr , iii ndviinco { I IK ) iTfu s f ) A YTwiciM Ty o7i ooo KliPUHUCAN TICKHT. | JOIIN K. ' II II WINDIIAM , I ICIIWAHD UOYSK. I'rrnliU'iilliil Klcctnrn I. . II IIAUI-'ic ' , IK P. IIAVDIlKSON , JACOII JACOIISON , JOHN i , KINIDY. : : ll I , . I.ANU. MTATI5 TICK.IJT. For Qovernor. ( JIIAS II DIKrmUI , Adrian. For Lieut OoviriKr. K 1' H > * VAtiti , CiiNtcr. For Secretary ofHmte. G W MAKbll , Kioliardson. For Auditor. ClJArt WKSTON , Shoritlnu. Ear Treasurer WAI STKUFFIfiU , ( 'umiug. fur Attorney Gcnernl. KKANKN PKOUT , GAGE. For Coin I'ub Lands and UldRB. I G D KOLLMELl , Thayer. ii KorSupt Pub Instruction. VV K FOVVLEU , Washington. CONGRESSIONAL. For Congroig. A ! OSES P. KINKAID , SENATORIAL , . For Si'ti...

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 — 20 September 1900

Ha H full line ot Drugs , Paints and Wall Also a Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store on corner of Fifth avenue and Main stri'ot , Broken Bow , Nob. Mi ' $ & THE I i Commercial Hotel I . * * HORACE P. KENNEDY , Prop'r. Si'Ullnveot corner Square , * VfJtBROKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. i jf The Hotel has been refitted and refurnished j $ ! $ $ throughout. Sample rooms for Commcrical men. Bath jrjsjjj 't $ rooms in connection. Free Bus to and from all trains. 87 a Mi LIVERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL , | f m Try us once and you will come again. m m m * / r. : . ; * / : vvi'.V.v'j / ! ' : . % ' . ? ! < : V. ' . j i : v.\ ' . > ' . / ' * - % ' . i . - > ; vvi''A-i ' ' % > ' ! : . ' ' . / ' / vi'.VWt 4 Oil AS. K. FUW U , President , OmMm , Neb H. O , II OH K US , Oaehlcr , llroken llow J. M. KIMUBIILING , VIco-PrcB , Iirofcon llow. S. 11. HOTT , Aes't Oasblcr STATE BAffi BROKEN BOW , NEB. General Banking- Business Transacted , IMUKfTOHS : Cbaa. E. Ford. ...

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 — 20 September 1900

( Suoicr ( 0. jtciwbUcttti il OT. ry TlnuMlny nt tlie Cnnuty Soul. n. AJ. A.tiNiincufuv , * g.0tnt.u ! n ( 'M tor HlocU , Fourth Are.-b * Knti rut nt tlu > iiontunicu Hi llrnlitti Ilmv , Ncli. m Hccond.rlnrH mutter for trutitiultpluii tliruuK' ' tliuU. tM SUllHCUirrtON I'lllOK : One Ynar , In ftdvnncc . { I ' c' ry oi oo KliF LCAN TICKHT. I ' JOHN K. NICHIIITT It II WINPIIA.M , JKDWAUU HOYSK. KlvclnrM I. . II HAUtJK , I' . IMVnilKSON , JACOH JACOIISON , JOHN I , . KKNUDY. ll J , . I.ANU. MTATI5 TICK 1ST. For Governor. ( JI1ASII UIKI'KICII , Adi-ins. For Lloiit Governor. K I' S'VAGlfl , CiwtcT. For Secretary ofBmtc. G W AIAKS1I , Richardson. For Auditor. ClIAa WKSTON , Sheridan. Ear Treasurer WAI STKUFFElt , Oumitig. For Attorney Octieral. IWANK N PUOUT , GAGK. For Coin I'ub Lands and UIJs | ; , G U FOLU1KU , Tliaycr. FurSupt Pub Initruction. W K FOWLElt , Washington. CONGRESSIONAL. for G'ongrois. AIDSES P. K1NICAID , SENATORIAL , . For Senator , 15th Scnntorlnl District , HON. F....

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 — 20 September 1900

Us" n full line ot Drugs , Paints and WallPaper. Also B Kino I.ino of Boohn , Stationery , Toilet Arliulos , etc. Store 011 oornor of Fifth nvonuc and Mitiu Hlrt-ot , Broken Bow , Nob. m THE. jvS > ' $ 1 Commercial Hotel | $ $ HORACE P. KENNEDY , Prop'r. K $ 8 $ - S ! ' ; * * * V * tW * ajljS Si-utluveat corner Square , 4 ? * < ? T ti U' ' ' $ BROKEN BOW , OP i The Hotel has been refitted und refurnished ii7 $ $ throughout. Sample rooms for Commcrical men. Bath : | j $ rooms in connection. Free Bus to and from all trains. m LIVERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL , I Try us once and you will come again. 1 y : $ .tt Ki' : i . * . V /i/i .f ; ! ( / " ? . \V.f/ ' : J $ S'V -.ft..i A ! ; * ' " ; : vK . ? : . - . / > : : K : : . ' . ! . : . : . . . ? ! > < : . . . : . . . . . ( : .v .jW.V. .r-.l .V : . > -M . ' . . . . . i ; V. . 'J--/ < 4 C1IAS , K. FOUU , President , Oinnlin , Neb H. G , HOGEIIS , Cannier , Ilroken llow J. M. KIM15KUL1NG , Vice-Pros , Urokon low. S. II...

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 — 20 September 1900

, JVctu Governor of Maine. John F. Hill , who will bo the next governor of Maine , IB ono of the few phyelclalns of the country who have entered or have boon successful In the political field. Ho abandoned practices many years ago to become a publisher. Ho was born only forty years ago at Eliot , Mo. , and was educated at the South Berwick academy. Ho after ward studied medicine and took his dcgrco of M. D. from Bnwdoln Medical school. After he made a success of his publishing business Dr. Hill In vested his profits In Industrial enter prises In his own Btate. Ho Is inter ested In several electric railway plants nnd Is a director In a number of them. Ho is ono of the developers of Augus ta's big shoo factory and Is the builder nnd owner of numerous valuable busi ness blocks In the same town. Hln ca reer In the legislature has extended JOHN F. HILL. ever eight years , and because of his activities in that body ho became well known in the state. Lighting Uotetns in Scotland. The quest...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 20 September 1900

Every mother possesses information of vital value to her young daughter. That daughter is a precious legacy , and the responsibility for her future is largely in the hands of the mother. The mysterious change that develops the thought- lees girl into the thoughtful woman should find the mother on the watch day and night. As pho cares for the physical well-being of her daughter , so will the woman be , and her children also. "When the young girl's thoughts become sluggish , when she experiences headaches , dizziness , faintness , and exhibits an abnormal disposition to deep , pains in the back and lower limbs , eyes dim , desire for solitude , and a dislike for the society of other girls , when she is a mj'stery to herself and friends , then the mother should go to her aid promptly. At such a time the greatest aid to nature is Lydia E. Pink- Iiam's Vegetable Compound. It prepares the young system for the coming change , and is the surest reliance in this hour of trial. The following ...

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 — 20 September 1900

Is very much like the blossom- of a flower. IN bwnity and perfection dopi'iiils c'titiruly upon tlie cnte bvsloweil upon its parent. Uspci tnnt mothers should bavc the tcndcrest iare. They .should bo spued all worry nnd nnxicty. They should eat plenty of # oed nourishing food nndtukuRentleoxpruse'J. This will KO a lonjj wny toward preserving - ing their health nnd their beauty as well rw that of the little one to come. Hut to 1 > n' ' > .ohilcly sure of n short and painless labor they should use regularly during the months of gesta tion , Tliifl Is n Himplu liniinent , which Is to bo applied externally It jjlvoq KtrenKth anil vljror to the imiHcli-s and prcvenu nil o t no discomforts of prcR- iiiiney , which women used to think were absolutely jicref.inry When Mother's Friend Is uni-il there in no duntrer whatever , Ciet Mother's Friend at the store , SI JUT lioltlu. THE BKAOriELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA , (1A. Wrll fnronrfrMbKk "llef > r > llil'T U Horn " Call Tor County ...

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 — 27 September 1900

State Hist Librarian fclooUty VOL , XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 27 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 15 I YOU MAY SEE out on the world In a now way with my glnsrci. What yon IIAVR seen may be only a hint of wlmt yuu MAY BOO. "drelnK n thins with yonrown eyes'1 Is not always conclusive evidence tlmt you I ece correctly. You tee llirniiKti a windowbut thu Rlnss may bo Imperfect or the window ( tolled. You ee < vlth your oyen. but their re- frnctlropower may bu faulty ; thus you 8. o but half wuat you might with properly adjusted Rlatro * my kind. My Imeluess to remedy eye defects wtlch If neglected may prove ecrloua. I g O.radunte of C hlcneo Opt halmic Collepc. Any one wlehtrga new watch movement in an cjld case , call on J. M. SIMONSON , SlIOKMAKKH A WAT01I Of the city , located in Rycrron's grocery etore. Dr. E. M. Hogan , Graduate Dentist Ofllco over \V. 8. Swan's Grocery store. Broken Bow , - Neb. Business Pointers. Dr. T , W. Baas , dontiat , B...

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 — 27 September 1900

CDSTER COUNTY BErOBLICAN 1) . M. AMBHEUIIY , VuMUher. BBOKEN DOW , NEUUASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Gold democrats have established headquarters at Indianapolis. Lieutenant Hobson , of kissing fame , lias returned from the orient. The Johnstown flood victims num bered 2,295 ; the Porto Rico hurricane killed about 3,000. New York City has alone raised $105,000 for the sufferers in CJalveston and Chicago has raised $80,000. General Ulinffco has boon ordered not to leave Pekln until the safety of the native Christians Is nsrured. The September Department of Agri culture report quotes Iowa at 87 on wheat , 101 on corn and S7 on oats the highest average given to any fctntc. Cornelius Vaiiderbllt has declined the nomination to the assembly tendered him by the republican leaders. Vandcrbllt said he was sen sible of the compliment paid him , but did not expect the ollloc. < Rural free delivery service will be established on October 1 at South Au burn , Netnaha county , Ne"b. , with oho carri...

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