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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 4 May 1899

i Space is too arssSSTSS- CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ! But here arc a few Bargains that will boar a face to face inspection. Men's all wool Cnssimoro Suits , nicely tailored - ' ored , in sizes 30 lo [ 2 ; made specially for us , : uul can't bo matched at our price If you como to uh will buy a full Suit , made of olonn all wool 14 ounoo Glay Worsted , in either round or square cut'nioely made and wall trimmed. Sizes 34 to 42. When you look at thin Linn's Suit , made of Wide Wall Black Worsted , good weight , mutable for all the year round. You'll won der why the prioo is not $10.00 , but it is not. Our prioo as long as they laal Buys a full grown Alan's Suit , in black all wool $4.75 . Cheviot. Very fine all wool Serge Coats and Vests , 84.50 Fine Imported Serge Suits , 9.90 Fine Velour Cassimere Suits , 7.40 Fine all wool Covert Suits , 6.90 Men's Fine Suits at $10 , $12 , $12.50 , $13.50 , § 14 , $14.50 , $15 , 816.50. , fc KB & = ? wm THE BEST LINE . _ y > 5 II'in jrvB lfmf * ! *...

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 — 4 May 1899

COSTER CODNTY REPUBLICAN 1) . M. AM9U1CHHY , VublUhor. BBOKKN BOW , NE11II ASKA. : NEBRASKA NEWS. The GlnrKB uonril or trustees decided not to accept tlio waterworks system In Its present condition , It clulniH that the plan Is not in compllnnce with the contract. While the family of Jacob Shlvely of Falrfleld were at church , sticnk thieves effected an entrance by forcing a door and got away with about $150 worth of money and jewelry. The governor has been requested to name delegates to the tenth session of the Trans-Mississippi Commercial con gress , which meets at Wichita May 31 and Juno 1 , 2 and 3 of this year. The annual moctlni ; of the Western Nebraska Stock Growers' association will be hold on 'May ' 9 next at Alli ance. The subject of Inspection will como up for settlement at this meet ing , and It is desired that there hu a full attendance. Citizens of Hoatrlco arc sony to learn of the wounding of A. S. Wads- worth , second lieutenant of company B. Mr. Wadswortb left that...

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 — 4 May 1899

< * BL H , Or , The Adventures of An Eton Boy. , , CHAPTER XIX. ( Continued. ) "Ilnllo ! " said Tom Lombourno , sud- .1enly looking aloft , us the topsails flapped and shivered ; "she's yawning or steering wild ; what is that Span iard ahout ? " "But where is he ? " added Carlton , as we now missed Antonio from the wheel ; "Antonio , where are you ? " "Gone overboard , I hope , " exclaimed the second mate , with something more that need not be repeated , as he rushed to the wheel , and , after making it re volve a few times rapidly , he filled the sails and steadied the brig. This Was done 1imt In time fn- * - n &cuii , nad a press of canvas on her , and , had she been taken aback , the consequences quences might have been serious. "Look about for the skulking lub ber , " said Lambourne , in great wrath , "and SOUBO him well with a slush- bucket ; another moment and the craft would have been broached to ! " "He must have crept behind the longboat and got into the forecastle ,...

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 — 4 May 1899

r * * * * . - , - * - > . i . * " - > iv ' * - " ' ' - * -r y MjgfeKitf .uauHait4tfjres Musi ; Give Possession of Building Juno Jsi ; . o. Ctt SSi ; ewYork - > store , SOT Going out of Business in a Blase of Bargains. Bargains that will set a pace for value-giving , and that will "be remembered for years to come. Everything goes. Pine Dress Goods , Silks , Table Linens , Napkins , Towelings , Bed Spreads , Laces , \ White Goods , etc. Drop in ; you will meet a crowd. "Cheap John" goods in my stock. A MEMHGll OF CO M , ( JUNE. 1)IK1 > : At Muilla , March ! > 8lh. Rt3n in , Nnt Slum , of Co. M. first Nobrnnuu Volunteer rcg- Iraont , from wounds In brittle. A month ago the telegraphic din- patches from Manilla slated that ' J\Iatt \ Summers" of Oo. M. was wounded and later stated that he had died. As there was no Matt Summers in Co. M. it was known that tboro watt some mistake about it , and fears wore entertained at the time that it was Nat Sims. As no further informati...

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 — 11 May 1899

SUto journal T VOL , xvn , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY II , 1899--EIGHT PAGES , NO 43 , fts * i I * Ss il - giirite i Mi * i ) > . . V m ale 1 M $ J. G. HAEBERLE p . . . aSi > Ri ! . , . . . " ! ? : " v vt.y'ig * * " * ' * : * * ' ' * ' * " vr * * % ti * * ? % v. * * % v.A'TBf vj l # ! M& : : K SRYBER BROS The mystery of our pronounced and uneqnaled success ia not because wo are gifled with any nuper- natural qualifications , nor is it due to our liberal ad vertising ; not in our "system" nor in our ability to convince people that black is white when it isn't. The explanation is very simple. The position wo have acquired as tiio loading and most successful Dry Goods house is only due to the fact that wo give the BESra.-tioleal Ihe LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE , and doing so enables us to hold our custom. Best LL Muslin always in stock at 3u to customers only ; other prices according. SNYDBR BROS. Leaders in Low Prices. Central Nebr , Summer School , .Br...

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 — 11 May 1899

THE NEW LflWS Or NEBRftSKfl A Digest of Bills Put Through at the Recent Session of the Legislature. LABORS OF LAW MAKERS SET FORH. Election , School , Judicial and Other Enactments With Which All May Become Familiar by Giving Due Attention to What Appears in These Columns. NEBHASICA HOI-I HUB. S. P. 281 , by I'roitt or i , so : A resolu- tlon to iirovitlo Tor the , .oscillation ol medals to tlio oilleerH nail men of the First , Second iijul Third regiments , Ne braska volunteer liifuntry , und troop " 1C , " Tlilnl United Status volunteer cuv- ulry , In tlio Spanish-American war. HoKolvcd , lly thu senate of thu Htntc of NuhniHka , tlio house concurring thurc. In , that tlio governor be. and Ini here by authorl/cd to i-auso 4U1G nudnlH to bo prepared with Hliltahlu imilileiimflc do- Vlcwi , and to direct tli.it tbu Hainu liu Die. Honied In tlio natno of tlio Htate or No- braHka us iiilltablo tCHllinonlal In bi'hnU of the Htalu In recognition of tlio patrl- otlwm of HH cltlx.cn roldl...

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 — 11 May 1899

B&WHJ The courtship period for Ayer's Sarsaparilla passed long since , when it won the con fidence and esteem of thoughtful men and women 50 years ago. You need have no doubts , if , when you go to buy Sarsaparilla , you simply say the old name That is the kind that cured your fathers and their fathers before them , and it is the kind that will cure you. Other Sarsaparillas may look like it , may even taste like it , but somehow or other they haven't the knack of curing people that Ayer's has. Just try one bottle of Ayer's today. THE SpaEding OFFICIAL League Ball Is the gtnuine Lea gue Dull , and Is of- tlclally ordered by the National Lea gue to bo used in all pamcs. ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES If n dealer does not carry Spaldlng's athletic goods in stock , send your natno and address to us ( und his , tool a for copy of our handsomely Illustrated citaloguo. A C.SPALDINC&BROS. Now York Chicago Denver $5 to $25 Nonc Higher. Bicycles Sent C.O.D. With privilege of examination. TYPEW...

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 — 11 May 1899

ginglct ( ! lo , Republican 1'iihlUhod every Thursday At tlio County Scat. " . AlUHIIMtHV , l-.d llor j-onico In Ouster HlnrU , I'ourlli Avr.-fc * Knternl fit thopoptollico nt llrokcn How , Neb. , fli > second rl Mmailer , for IrftiiiiiilMlnii Hirough tun U. a. malls. SUllHCUirriON 1'HICE : One Your , In ndviliice THURSDAY , MAY 11 , IBM ) . Andrew ( Ja'uogiu IISIH weld IIIH iron and steel iutcrcHlH to a trunt ( or # 160,000,000. There are only ! J7G inuinberH of the first Nobninkn regimiMit now able to be at tliu front. Gen. Rlilt-H has been rebuked , IH he uhould have been , and it in now in order that further "hoofing' ' should bo stopped. Senator TlmrstonV OXOUHD for his bad poetry is thathecompoHcd it Homo thirty years ago when a more boy. The explanation in thinner than IUH verucK. The TJiird Nuhranka rogiinont IH now at Auguiita , Gft , awaiting IMIIH- ter out , which W.IH ordi'ird to lake place yesterday , May llth. Claude Piokott , BOH ol Dr. C. I'ickott , is the only in...

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 — 11 May 1899

is too Small To enumerate the many Bar But here are a few Bargains that gains to be found in our CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ! will boar a face to face inspection. Men's all wool Caesimoro Suits , nicely tail ored , in sieos 30 to 42 ; made specially for us , and can't bo matched at our price If you oomo to u& will buy a full Suit , made of clean all wool 14 ounce Clay Worsted , in either round or square out , nicely made and well trimmed. Sizes 34 to 42. When you look nt this Man's Salt , made of Wide Wail Black Worsted , good weight , suitable for all the year round. You'll won 7 der why the price is not $10.00 , but it is not. Our price as long as they last / Buys a full grown Man's Suit , in black all wool fl O Cheviot. Very fine all wool Serge Coats and Vests , $4.50 Fine Imported Serge Suits , 9.90 Fine Velour Cassimere Suits , 7.40 Fine all wool Covert Suits , 6.90 Men's Fine Suits at $10 , $12 , $12.50 , $13.50 , $14 , $14.50 , $15 , $16.50. AV& , , > m THE.BEST LINE EVEf...

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 — 11 May 1899

COSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN D , M , AMSIlimitY , Vubllihor. BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA NEWS. Prof. Fling hns been re-elected stiper- Intcsdent or the schools of N'ebraska City. Table Rock Is now without a saloon , and there nro a good ninny people who will cndcnvor to have this condition prevail throughout the year. There IB considerable Improvement under way In Exeter this spring , both In the way of fixing up property and erccung new iiiiiKiiiigs. i no new noici will bo ready for occupancy In a few days. Mr. Mnrtrnu of Norfolk , division commander of the Northeast Nebraska Grand Army of the Republic associ ation , has fixed the date of the district reunion at PInlnvicw for July 12 to 15 , Inclusive. Lieutenant Watts Valentine of West Point left Sunday afternoon for Vir ginia , where ho will rest a few weeks and then depart for Porto Ulco to Join his regiment , which will soon go to the Philippines. The amount of farm mortgages filed In Cass county during April was ? 5S- C23 and those rele...

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 — 11 May 1899

DICK RODNEY ; \ Or , The Adventures of An Eton Boy. . . BY JA.ME © OR/INT. s CHAPTER XX. ( Continued. ) He took us so suddenly by surprise , that , although wo had been waiting and watching for him since dawn , his resolute aspect and the arms ho wield ed controlled us all , and we stared at each other with Irresolution In our purpose and In our faces. No man , apparently , cared to act as our leader. "Presto ! " roared the Cubnno ; "obey and keep quiet , or , demonlo ! as there are so many , I have n great mind to shoot one-half , that I may control the rest. Cast loose those top-sails , and up with the royals again set the fly ing-gib and main trysail quick , per- ros , or I'll make shark's meat of some more of you ! " The orew seemed to lack cither resolution elution or the power of combination , and no man appeared anxious to In cur the sure penalty of Instant death by acting In opposition to his peremp tory orders In setting an example to the rest. So , sullenly and silently th...

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 — 11 May 1899

Must , Give Possession of Building Juno 1st. o. NewYork ; - : - store , n # ; ; ; Going out of Business in a Blase of Bargains. Bargains that will set a pace for value-giving , and that will be remembered for years to come. Everything goes. Fine Dress Goods , Silks , Table Linens , ITapkins , Towelings , Bed Spreads , Laces , White Goods , etc. Drop in ; you will meet a crowd. No "Cheap John" goods in my stock. Till1. SCHOOL HOAKl ) . 'Hit1 now school board met and organized last Saturday , May ( Jth. The organization was affootod by nlouting A , H Hninphroy pretrdent , Alpha Morgan , viue-prcsident , and II J. Sliiiui secretary. The follow ing Blnnding committees wore ap pointed : Finance , Alpha Morgan and W. B. EaHtham ; Hchool houae and grounds , Dr. J. .1. IMokett and , ! . G. Leming ; HiipplioH , II. J. Sliinn and A , R. Uuniphroy. HA1-T18T 01IUKOU. Rev. J. W. Megan will return from his Kansas vinit uud preach next Sunday , morning nud evening , at the tiHual IIOUTH. Stindny w...

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 — 18 May 1899

i BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 18,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 44 aints 11 1 I 1 J. G. H AEBERLE1 * ' A ! W S &i § RYDER BROS The mystery of our pronounced and uncqunlod success is not because wo arc gifted with any supernatural - natural qualification ; , nor is it duo to our liberal ad vertising ; not in our "system" nor in our ability to convince people that black is white when it isn't. The explanation is very simple. The position wo have acquired as the leading aud most successful Dry Goods house is only due to the fact that wo give the BUSrnitiulcattho LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE , and doing so enables us to hold our custom. Host LL Muslin always in stock at 3o to customers only ; other prices aceording. SNYDBR BROS. Leaders in Low Prices. : K > u ? s K 3J : xfs J JS } sl5.v : ! ssM ; i8 { ! ! > JxV six \ls Nts xlx six \Is \Is xix six \ix xtx xlx vlx MXls J i. ' Banes' Studio is now newly furnished and fitted with large and the latest scientif ic instrum...

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 — 18 May 1899

\ti $ OP , The Adventures of vbU vbs s s An Eton Boy , , , tk * 1Sfc 1 BY JAMES GRANT1. CHAPTER XXII. ( Continued. ) "Tho poor Ind IB dying from Inrk of n doctor , " salti old Tom , who knoll bo- sldo HlHlop , handling hh wounds with the tondorncas of u womnn ; "and if the whole Drlllsh navy hove In sight , wo havun't a rag of bunting to shakeout out as a tslgnal , fllnco tjial rascally plea- loon , tl'jjf Gulmno , has cast every color and signal overboard. " "Well , Tom , he shan't die this bout , ' " said Ned Cnrlton , hopefully. "Lot ua tlo up his wounds as best wo can , to belay the bleeding , and give him some thing as a reviver. " "It's a blessing his old mother In Scotland don't sco nil this , " added rough Tom Lamboiirno , with a tear In his eye ; "poor Marc IIIslop Is her only support , and a sister's , too. " I thought 'now , with compunction , how often his theories and pedantry had bored mo , and I resolved to bo unremitting In my care of him. The united medical Hklll 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 — 18 May 1899

f 'The News Briefly Told , 2 - - - - < - - - - - - - - - Snturdiiy. Dr. Lambert Russell died at Barro. Mass. , of mumps , aged 90 years. Ho was the oldest Harvard graduate. The powder mill plant of the Potts- vllle ( Pa. ) Water company , located In the Indian Run valley , destroyed elgh- teen tons of powder. The condition of Tim Murphy , the comedian , Is alarming. His tempera ture is 102 nnd his lungs nro much sorer. A Chicago physician has been telegraphed for. Ezra F. Merrill , aged 7-1 years , pro prietor of the chutes and toboggan slides at Coney Island nnd a reputed millionaire , died from the effects of an accident ho met with on Wednesday last , on ono of the slides. The proclamation recently Issued by Governor Stephens , In which the rules governing the inspection and admis sion of southern cattle In MlssourJ are prescribed , has caused som < 3 uneasiness among the Hvo stock commission men at the stock yards. The United States Plate Glass com pany , capital $1,000,00...

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 — 18 May 1899

Oiuslci 'lililltlicd every TtiumUy nt tlio County Boat. I > . ai , AltlHIIMtUY , lidltor jrOfflco In Cue lor Illock , Konttli Ate.-fc * Entered nt the luiptoMIco ft I lirokmi How , Net ) . itpFcconilchiiainntlcr , for IrniniiiUniou throtigl : ino U. B. raiillf. . . BUllHcmiTION I'HIUIC : One Vonr , In ndvnnco IM.Ou THURSDAY , MAY 18 , 1801) ) . Tlio refusal of tlio CubariH to HUIrender tlioir nrniH may cause n necessity to call tui extra session of congress before fall. Have you nny Edward AtkitiHona Colorado ? " asks Eastern in an cor respondent of The Post. Plenty of tlioin , but out lioro tlioy sneak around lu tlio uand hillH and are known as oayotos. Denver Post. The Grand Army Encampment lit York laU wcok adopted roHolu lions endorsing President MuKin- ley. Well they should. Uo vvas one of their comrade * ) in arms in the sixties , who won the degree of patriot. The managers of tint Greater America Exposition have finally decided to pay for their advertis ing , tlio same as ...

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 — 18 May 1899

Land Office , "WIUTKUICAD , - Register' I "YOUNG , - . - - Jlcoelvor UONTKSr NOT10K. ' U. 8. Lnntl Onioo I How , Null. , Murch 15 , lb09 , | A Mitllclent content Mlldiivit having been fllcil / lu tills onico January ltd , IbVJ , by Ernut Klcob , conti'stant , ng lti8t II. U. No. 31G , nmdo by llcrt- ina lltown , Sept. 10. IBfr ' , ( or e1uwff BJC. 8 , tp 18 N. . U. 10V , by Hcrtlnn Ilroxvn , contcstcc , In which It Is alleged that th ald llertlna llruwn has wholly abandoned said ttact for more than BX moiitlis lni < t pnst , r.tul has not resided on snld tract or Improved and cultivated the rniuo ag 10- aalrtd by law. Said parties nre tihrrby inilllled to appear , rue pond untl offer cvldcnce.on the S4lh tiny ol June , Ib9i ) , at 1U o'clocl ; n. in. , licforo tlm lcilslcr { anil l > i < cclvpr , at the United iUntis Iniid Olllco at Ilro cu Dow , Nebraska. The paid con * tustnnt In 11 proper iiHMiivlt. lllcd Miircti II , 1899 , Having act forth ( nets which chow that utter ...

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 — 18 May 1899

CDSTER COUffi REPUBLICAN I ) . M. AM81IKUUY , VulilUtiur. BBOKI2N DOW , NEIIKA31CA. NEBRASKA NEWS. An 18-ycnr-old son of C. C. Docschcr , a farmer living wrat of West Point , wns kicked by n horse , which com pletely shattered his nose and toro off. part of his lip and Jlcsh around his nose. nose.Major Major Forrest II. Hathaway , quar termaster U. S. A. , has been relieved from ditty at Philadelphia and ordered to Omaha to relieve Captain John Uax tcr , Jr. , assistant quartermaster , who lias been ordered to Manila for duty. A boy at Pleasant Hill has boon suf fering from an attack of appendicitis caused by eating ungrouml wheat. Ho has been In the habit of carrying wheat In his pockets and eating largo quan tities. It was at first thought that a curglcal operation was necessary , but It was delayed and It Is now thought no will recover. Hoi so stealing has become a common practice here , says a Falls City dis patch. Last night , between midnight and morning the barn of Henry Shaw...

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 — 18 May 1899

Will Not Wait For the Conclu sion of Peace. IN CHARGE. fit car Ailmlrnl Watson Bulls at Once for tltlanlln Americans laager to Welcome the Nuiul lloro on Ills Itctnrn Clrcnt Oration Looked For on His Arrival. WASHINGTON , May 13. "Send jtOlympla's mall to B. F. Stevens , No. > * 4 Trafalgar square , London , England , " 'was the notice given out at the navy I department today. This Is the first f formal Indication that the famous flagship Is coming home Immediately. Upon inquiry It was ascertained that Secretary Long had last evening cabled Admiral Dewcy permission to return at once. Ho has been relieved of the obligation of remaining at Manila until the Philippine commission com pletes its work. He is not even re quired to await the cessation of hos tilities , but may start homeward at once. The notice posted at the navy department indicates that the Olympla will not remain long enough to receive the next outward mall. Mr. Stevens referred to is the navy department's agent at Lo...

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 — 18 May 1899

Must Give Possession of Building Juno Js ( ; . o. tl. y evis , . . , . . . . . . . . . . i. ' * " < ( * ii' ' - ' Mi' " - i.i' ' " iii'ii - ' ' < ' v' i- " < ' ' " ! - " * \ .V'4-.V ! ' ' ' c > f > : M ! " * 'it.Vtl t'j wtl t'Wii * l'-\'i tj \ ' ' l.'tVit \ 'VH VA' &AEtf $ tf NewYorkstore : : , eieE ? mmrnim mm m ! Going out of Business in a Blaze of Bargains. Bargains that will set a pace for value-giving , and that will be remembered for years to come. Everything goes. Pine Dress Goods , Silks , Table Linens , Napkins , Towelings , Bed Spreads , Laces , White Goods , etc. Drop in ; you will meet a crowd. 4'Cheap John" goods in my stock. M DIVA } . CoFMlAN Pnrah Kntbertno Coltinan , f Mason City , Hiimlny afternoon , May 1,1th , IbV.l , at 2 o'clock.of heart dUoane , oge 10 ycura , 0 months and 10 daye. The deceased is the j'oung'csl claujfhtcr of Mr. and Mrs.'II. T. CofTman , of Mason City , Nebr. She was a native of the slate , was born in Howard county in 1879...

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