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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 October 1900

GENERAL LEW WALLACE OUT FOR McKINLEY General Low Wallace , of Craw- fordsville , Ind. , who has fre quently criticised the Republican Administration , has declared in favor of re-electing President McKinley. He says : "I shall vote for Mr. McKinley - ley and I shall vote for the en- tin. Republican ticket. I shall vote for Mr. McKinley because the thought of the election of Mr. Bryan is abhorrent to mo for sev eral reasons. In the first place , I hold the man insincere , for no candidate can take nominations from three parties without in tending to fool some one in case of his election. "In the nest place , Mr. Bryan's financial policy is one which , if put in effect , would bring disas ter and ruin on the country. Preo silver is a menace to the business interests of the country. George B. Wcston , Bolchertown , Mass. : "I have voted the Democratic ticket since Franklin Pierce was our President , but the 'pull down the flag and sneak homo' policy Is too big a dose , and if. I live I...

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 — 25 October 1900

IV I - ' SUPPLEMENT. BROKEN BOW REPUBLICAN. Broken Bow , . . . Nebraska. Thursday , October 25 , 1900. 'EVOLUTION OF THE bEMOCRATIC PARTY. to AVIlllam. ( An intercepted Letter. ) ( By T. 0. Ilarbuugh. ) Dear William : Pm still In a terrible strait , And yet they tell me' that I'll have to wait Till you are elected. I very much doubt If I can until then 'gainst the army hold out. I'm hiding just now , and It's very poor fun , And I fear thnt the chances arc sixteen to one Thnt I will be captured ; so hurry up , Bill. And send me n grist from your para mount mill. Just now 1 am killing of soldiers n score , And when you're electqd I'll kill a few more ; We know you nre with us , so just bet your jenns We'll pull the fing down In the fair Phil ippines , And 1 * will divide when I got this domain , And sell out again to the kinglet of Spain. My love give to Atkinson when him you see. And when you meet Wellington , kiss him for me. I think of you often , dear Bill , and I wish you Succes...

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 — 25 October 1900

Crop and Live Stock Gains of Over a Billion Dollars in Value. DIFFEREKCE BETWEEN PROSPERITY AND DEPRESSION. ' * , ' < A Marvelous Statement by the Department of Agriculture , Which Shows Why Farmers Are with the Administration. The United States Department of Ag riculture has just Issued its statement of the value of nine of the principal crou.s of the United States. Comparing this value with the value of the same crops In 180G and adding the Increased value of live stock already published , there Is an Increased gain of over one billion two hundred million dollars. It Is the difference between prosperity and depression between Republicanism and Democracy. The increase is given below : , Increa.e in Nine Crops $ 710,722,017 Increase In tlve Mock. . G01-i-l 1,47-i Total Gala to Farm- era $1,212,107,001 The value on the farm of the nine prln- clpal crops raised in the United States was $710,722,017 larger this year than In 1890. The figures arc supplied by the Department - ment of ...

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 — 25 October 1900

rFA GENERAL BUCKNER DECLARES .icKiNLEY John M. Palmer's Running Mate Fnvors Republicans General Simon B. Buckncr , of Kentucky , who , in 1800 , wan the cnndidata for Vice President on the National Democratic ticket , has returned from a trip abroad. Ho said : "Tho advices that I have re ceived from Kentucky make mo believe that the McKinley Elec tors will receive a majority of the votes cast In that State. "Tho real , simon-puro Domo- crate of Kentucky , have no sym pathy with either Bryanlsm or Ooobcllsm. Bryan , in his trip through Kentucky , identified himself with Goobellsm and drove away from his support the real Democracy of the State. The candidacy of Mr. Bryau on the Kansas City platform la in oppo sition to the principles of true Democracy , and his election would bo a menace to civil liberty. I am not going to take the stump for anybody , but I shall do what I can to necuro the ro-elcctlon of Mr. McKinley. "Tho Goebol law is a remarkable measure. While the vote for Govern...

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 — 25 October 1900

Important to ; Our Customers and Friends , Wo supposed that ovorj ono know that wo were giving orders on other stores for goods that wo do not oarry in stock , Commencing Oot. 1 , 1000 , wo will Give Order * for all Qood , INCLUDING DRY GOODS. BOOTS. 811OE3. DRUGS , HARNESS , HARDWARE. MILLINERY , DOOTOR8t LAWYERS , BLACKSMITHS. ETC. Remember wo have a very largo stook of Groccrlc * , Qdectiawarc , Cutlery , Patent Medicine * , Wall Paper , Clock * , Etc. Wo bay Produce , Game , Chickens , qto. Wo want your butter and eggs , and lots of it Wo will sell you good goods , as low as they can ho sold. After October 15th , 1900 , wo will not buy tobacco tngo ; got them in. Yours for healthy food products , TRADE PUBB ClDKB VlNKGaB. J. 0 BQWEN MARK. . , , COAL I We are Out for I GOAL We want to fill your With our famous NIQGERHEAD and CANON CITY Coal. We know our ooal will satisfy the most skeptical. Our prices , our quality and our woiehts are in your favor. We will not be UNDERBID BY OUR...

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 — 25 October 1900

! r .v . .j . + 4H. * W4.4-M-h---H' ' > \ , | ; ATe To in H. S. Welsh CIIAPTKU VIII ( Continued. ) IIo paused. His Htory lind been told weakly nutl slowly , with many hulls and failures ! but It was done nt lost. Jasmine , still supporting him In her arms , looked ghastly pale , and her dark eyes were heavy with unBhed tears. Oh , the pltlfulncss of It , that Bho had never known this terrible BO- cret burden her father had berne until now , when ho was going away beyond her reach of help , of sympathy ! I Enderby had written every word rapidly , though his face , too , had grown paler as ho went on , and bis lips became stern and set. How little ho had understood the mystery of this man's life , the man who had literally ; ; Iven his life for his friends and such friends ! Sir Henry Ixmnox , the unimpeach able , the revered , whom ho himself had looked upon as the embodiment of all that was highest and noblest In man , had permitted so cruel a lie to lie per petuated , so frightf...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 October 1900

It is only the truly virtuous who can love or who can Imto others. Gnrflcld-Ten 8yrnj > Is effective In nil cnsos wlicro n mild Inxativo N required ; the "ov- cryilny'Mllsof Infanta , children nndndults yield to Its magical ctirntlvo influence : made Iroin 1'tiro Bugnr , Fruit nnd Biinplo ilorbs. Whilst shame keeps Its watch , Vir tue Is not wholly extinguished In the heart. To Mothers of Largo Families , In this workaday world few women are so placed that physical exertion is not constantly demanded of them in their daily life. Mrs. Plnkham makes a special appeal to mothers of largo families whoso work is never done , and many of whom suffer , and suffer for lack of intelligent aid. To women , young or old , rich or poor , Mrs. Pinkham , of Lynn , Mass. , extends her invitation of free advice. Oh , women 1 do not let your lives bo Kacriflccd when U word from Mrs. Pinkham , at the flrst approach of llns. CAIUUE BELLEVILLE. weakness , may fill your future years with healthy joy. "...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 October 1900

" ' < ' * 43JS ( ffjt' ; ' , i "VfuwnHyn - . i ) Woman \ . .r wants to put out a flro she doesn't \l \ .rl heap on oil and wood. She throws on water.knowmgthat waterqucnches ii ( Ire. When a woman wants to get well from dls n s pTuliarloherscx she should not add fuel to the fire already burning her life away. She should not take worthless drugs and potions composed of harmful narcot ics and opiates. They do not check the disease they do not cure it- they simply add fuel to the fire. Bradlield's Female Regulator should be token by every woman or girl who has the slightest su.p 'ion of nnv "I Hio 'ill- I W ii 111 r II . I hry will Mini'ly Inwn .IIDK tiitio until ilipy take it , I he Keitilator U n purifying , hircntft hen I n j ? I > m < , which col nt ilio roots of the ' liisuiisoatid curcB Hie nusiltdi snotclriif ; t'ic imin , it crinllcatcH it. It i.i f illinRof tliowomb , IIMI. i rili' ' , inllaininntluii anil iiiTii'ilicnl dtillerliiK , Ir- rt'K'uliu , xiiility 01 painfu...

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 — 1 November 1900

( iJ XVIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER I 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 20 9 Get Married f In My Rings. \ Mv weddings rings arc luckv rings , and the bride who has one ol i y ring * ou her flngr , I. wcddod to a reliable man , bo- cnnso bo came to a reliable ptoro. boacht a reliable ring nt a reliable price straws which Indicate that bo will mike a reliable husband Wedding and encasement rings to order. It > ou deMro W : Hi I > m-i s OraJuste of Chlcaeo Opthalmlo College. School Books , < > ? "fc Tablets jlx fc -AND , f Ai - School Supplies , \i/ iF I AT \j \ jye ik. i /f\ J , G. Haeberle's. It Isn't tlic material lint eoen Into v < otir 11 repxtrcci til at iu a perti ct > . > ! , it Is hut doostnobueineis , any bungler an buy the fine kinds of material bat ' u o In repairing ; but ekill B ch mopt valuable material that ian b need In watch repairing ; and tbe bun lercan't buy It. 1 oell my skill ( or wlmt It IB worth and It will coat you ...

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 — 1 November 1900

13 IX D , M. AaiSDEIlBT , Vnbllihfir , BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. THE NUYS IN BRIEF. It is estimated that American travel ers annually spend $100,000,000 In Eu rope. The population of Arizona Is 122,212. ngalnst 69,620 In ISlt'O , an Increase of 101.9 per cent. Natural gas has been dlcovercd along Pine Creek , ' thirty-five mlle southwest of Spokane , Wash. , the out flow being traced for eight miles along that stream. Mrs. William , T. Bryan Is visiting In New Haven , Coiin. , as the guest of Mrs. Phllo S , Bennett , a friend of se\- orai years' standing. Mrs. Bryan la accompanied by her daughter. At Montreal , Can , five children of Arthur Lo , Blanc , a shoemaker , were jmothereir to death In r. tenement house fire. Le Blanc wes suriotis burned and his wife sllgUIy/ Emperor William has received a telegram from Abdul Hamid express ing a hope for the rcco\cry of tin Dowager Empress Frederick and as suring the kniscr of his unshaken friendship. Joseph Hooker Wood , who died at Chicago ,...

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 — 1 November 1900

Sacrifice H. "B. "Welsh J CHAPTER I. ( Continued. ) Cecil had cut herself off from him. A few months after she had married a dissipated young nobleman , whose character was anything but above sus picion ; and the two had finally loft England , having arrived on the brink of ruin , nnd , It was reported , were fre quenting the gambling tables of Mo naco and Hamburg. Cecil's treatment of her father had killed any lingering feeling of senti ment Enderby had for her. Ho was able to thank Providence profoundly that he had discovered her true nature before it was too late. Dundas Lyndon had been found guilty , and sentenced to lifelong Im prisonment. The morning after his sentence he was found dead in his cell ; he had managed to secrete a small quantity of deadly poison about his person , and cut short his doomed ca reer with it. And Jasmine ? Jasmine Is just now with Paul's sis ter , the Hon. Mrs. Fraser , who is mar ried to a Scottish laird In the South of Scotland. Paul had laid the w...

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 — 1 November 1900

V * II hi do. iUcpuWkan PnbUihoU oTi-ry TlmtBday nt the ( Jonnty Boat. D. Jilt AMHimwitV , - VUlllor QbOnico In Cantor Hlock , Konrtli Ait.-g EaUr d nt tlio poatorace at Urohcu Dow , Neb ti second-class mnttor ( or transmit slou through thoU. S.Mnlln. BUIISCKIITION 1'JUOIC : One Yonr , In Advance 91.00 THURSDAY , NOV. 1 , 190o7" REPUBLICAN TICKET. | JOHN K. Nl'.BIHTT U U. WINDUAM , HOYfei : . I'rMldotitlal Electors L. II II An UK , H. 1' . IMVIllDSON , JACJ01I JACOIIHON , JOHN I. KKNKUV. lJOUKl'11 L. IAN ( ) . 8TATI5 TICKIJX. For Qovernor. OI1AS H DIETRICH , Adams. For Llout , Qovernor. E P SAVAGE , CuBtor. For Secretary oftitate. Q W MARS11 , Richardson. For Auditor , OH Ad WESTON , Sheridan. Bar Tr tturer , WM STEUFFER , Uuraing. For Attorney General. FRANK N PROUT , GAGE. For Com Pub Lands and nidgs , G D FOLLMER , Tbayor. ForBupt Pub Initructlon , W K FOWLER , Washington. CONGRESSIONAL , . For Congroia. MOSES P. KINKAID. SENATORIAL. Tor Senator , 15tli Senatorial DUtrlct , HON. ...

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 — 1 November 1900

> B t n . PR ERT NTENT IH RIO THE AMERICAN kuru. WART TO BE PROSPEROUS ? I DO YOU WANT IT ? you \VorkIngman ? you a Miner'/ you a Farmer ? you a Mechanic ? you n Printer ? you a Hallway Employe ? you a Clerk ? you a Traveling Salesman ? jou a Wage-earner of any . DO YOU WANT IT ? Do you want to continue the present good business conditions , which give employment to all and better wages than ever before paid ? If so , rote for McKInley , for un der his administration , the protec tive tariff nnd Bound money princi ples for which the Republican party legislated , the' depression , the idleness and want of 18011-00 have vanished. DO YOU WANT IT ? Remember the panic , the depres sion , the Idleness nnd want of 1803-00. That was the result of a change of policy In only one great fnctor of our national welfare. The election of Bryan would mean a return to all the causes which led to that panic. It would also add to them two other equally potent causes for panic n change of currency an...

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 — 1 November 1900

SUPPLEMENT. BROKEN HOW REPUBLICAN. Broken I3o\v , . . . Nobrnskn. Thursduy , November 1 , 1900. KEEP THE FUG FLYIBB. THE NEW STAR-SPANGLED BANNER. Ob , say , can you BOP , by the far Eastern llsht , What so proudly Is hailed at tlic twi light's last gleaming ? Whoso broad stripes and bright stars , after ninny a light , I'n lands near and far , Is BO gallantly htrcniulng ? , And the thanks In our prayers , rising Ugh In the air. Give proof to the World that our flag Is still there ; Oh , say , let that star-spangled banner be waved O'er the lauds we have freed and the I peoples we've saved ! Oh , thus be it always , whenever we ntnml Between the oppressed and a Kind's desolation ! Blest with victory nnd peace , may the heaven-rescued land Praise the 1'ower that hath made us a powerful nation ! And onward we must , for our cause It ' .s just ; And this be our motto , "lu God is our trust ; " Let the star-spangled banner in triumph bo waved O'er the lands we have freed and the peoples...

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 — 1 November 1900

" HAT THE LI STRATI I H NE. Summary of the Achievements in the De partments at Washington. PLEDGES KEPT AND PROMISES FULFILLED. Unprecedented Results Accomplished in Every Department of the Government Since March 4th , 1897. & The three jjrcat pledges made In the Republican platform on * whiuh McKlnley wni elootoil four years aRO , werot 0 1. To place the money nyctem on a firm baiili. * 2. To reform the Dnmnelajf AVilson tariff 50 as to protect < , American capital and labor. < J 8. To reassert the Monroe doctrine In Its full cxtoBt. v < , 4. To maintain a firm and dignified foreign policy with 0 American control or the Hawaiian Islands. $ ALLi THESE PLEDGES HAVE BEEN JPAITHFBJjliV FUL- $ FILLED. $ TREASURY DEPARTMENT. The Dingley Tariff for Pro tection. First in point of success is the Dingley tariff ; second , the reform in the cur rency ; thlid , the war loan of 1S98 ; and .fourth , the settlement of the Pacific Railroad - road indebtedness. The taiiff change was 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 — 1 November 1900

L D TER L EXPA 111 IBB u of distribution IB the most densely populated Mnnlln ns a point nronnd Grouped of population form tin- thitn 800,000,000 people world. More * the of lated pnrt China Slain , Hrltlxh India , Aus Cochin , Kronen IlusHla , China , Japan , Asiatic Manila UK a all of which an- nearer to IndicH etc. , tin- Dutch Kant , tralasia , eom'merelnl center , while Hiich cities other grunt point of diNtrlbntion than to any Manila OH Havana in to the city us Shanghai , Canton and othero arc aH near to of New York. of the United "What will bo the effect upon the commerce The qnoHtlon , " follows : ? IH aimwered OH Philippines of the States hy our possession law proportion of the ! ? ; tr > 0,000,000 worth of tropical First They can supply a annunlly. The sum can and sub-tropical product * which thin corn-try HUB and Imports for the benefit both of the people thus be expended under the American Investments in the islands. of the Islands and UIOKP of our immediate own citiz...

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 — 1 November 1900

REPUBLICAN SAMPLE ' i Fou AUDITOR or PUIILIC ACCOUNTS. Vote 'or ' ONE Theodore SlUcr Kcpubllcnn Charles Wi'Bton Republican | X Wilson Brodio Prohibition | James M. Taylor Mid Road PopulisO ) 0. V. Ault. . Socialist i FOB TBKABUKKU. Vote for ONE Samuel B. Howard \ { ( Silver Kopnbllcnn William Stuetor Republican ) X O. C. Crowell Prohibition | Absolom Tipton Mid-ttoad PopuliHt | F. S. Johns Socialist | I FOB SUP'T. OF PUBLI < INBTBUCTION. Vote lor ONE r-u i r * < u i ( Peoples Independent Charles F. Book ) Democrat ( Silver HopubllcMi William K. Fowler Republican ) X Bartley IMain Prohibition | Mrs. T. J. Kellie Mid-Road PopuliBt | Miss Burla Wilkio Soumliet | I FOB ATTOBNBY GKNKBAL. Vote for ONE Willia D. Oldham J u ! ? ± at"lciimulc"t ( Silver Hepubllcan Frank N. Prout Uopub'ioan ' | X Dunham M. Strong Prohibition | John StevenB , Jr Mid Road Populist | Soci-ilist I FOB CoiiMisVB OF PUBLIC LANDS AND li'in'as. Vote for ONE P . J. l.'aroj ' - J I IVopliS Di-mccnil Imlepuiuli'll...

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 — 1 November 1900

Shameful State of Affairs Prevalent nt State Institution , FEEDLE MINDED YOUTH NEGLECTED nnit Dimtli Among ( lie Iiiinnti" ! ( if lluino fur J' < n > l > I i niliulnil Vonlli tit lloutrlfii HltimUon hi ( lent nil lit DeV - , V Iilorublo. 1 ' LINCOLN , Nob. , Oct. . Incompotcncy Is gottlnk In Its dead ly work nt several of tlio Htuto Insti tutions. It Is Indeed a crylnt ; uluunn that the poor , unfortunate people of the state who nro helplcMi to protect themselves from rosulls of Ignorance and abuses should bo tl us trcatc ; ! Governor Poyntcr has pl-ited these In stitutions in the handb of spoils-hunt ing politicians and the icsult Is that ovorythlnB Is demoralized and the unfortunate Ininatos are suffering to that extent that In some Instances < lcath follows. The following corroapondenco be tween Mrs. S. A. Hrown of Homer , wife of tlio chairman of the demo cratic county central committee of Da kota county , and Or. 11. 1 . Lang , ox- Huporlntcndent of the Homo for the...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 1 November 1900

w GOVERNOR HcCORD Eccommeuds Foruna to All Catarrh VictimB. Hon. M. H , McCord. Hon. Myron II. McCord , Ex-Governor of New Mexico , in letter to Dr. Hartman - man , from Washington , D. 0. , says : Dear Sir At the suggestion Of a friend I was advised to use 1'eruna for catarrh , and after using one bottle L began to feel better in every way. It helped mo in many respects. I was troubled with colds , coughs , sore throat , etc. , but as Bdon as I bad taken your medicine I began to improve and soon got well. I take pleasure in recommending your great remedy to all who are afllicted with catarrh. M. H. McCdrd. Thousands of cases of chronic catarrh have been cured by Peritua during the past winter. There are no successful substitutes for this remedy. Send to Dr. Ilartman , Columbus , Ohio , for a free catarrh book. THE PURE GRAIN COFFEE Grain-O is not a stimulant , like coffee. It is a tonic and its effects aio permanent. A successful substitute for coffee , because it has the collee fl...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 1 November 1900

I ( Governor Poyntcr Pardons Mur derer Kcarns Under Suspi cious Circumstances. Tl * CBM Connty Murdirrr , L\rlug \ In Ottutru , iJunuilii , 1V1U III * Miirjr. , Get. ! ! . In no Instance has the pardoning power of Hie governor been more shamefully nbusedOJmu by Governor I'uyiiter In I" " ' ' jfe Jon" Benwell Ifpunm , the niunl.'BMU Mat thew AUcBon of Cnss county.Vith the facts relutlntf to this most awful crime , tihocklng In ltH\.brutiility , uioat of. tlio people of NcbiuHkii uro fumlllnr , but there are few who arc itware of the fact that Keanm wan pardoned under very nusplcious clrcuinstunces , clr- cutuHtnnce.s Imlleutlve of uliunicful col- liiHloii , If not downright fraud. Governor I'oyntor pardoned Kearna on the clulin that he WIIH "dying , " but it now develops that KciiniH IH living In Ottawa , Cnnndu , and la in perfect health. Sixteen months buve elupsud elnco the brutul murderer of old man Akt'Ron wn clundcBtlnely nnd Kecretly relt'iised from the penitentiary nud -Kent ...

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