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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 8 November 1900

XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 8 , WOFIGHT PAGES NO 21 ! UI11 1232311 r fff Now that the suspend of olootion is off onr minds , and William ia elected , business should onoo more assume its usual aotivity. Wo are now bolter prop.irod to moot your wants with the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS , BOOTS , SHOES , FINISHING GOODS , LADIES' JACKETS , HATS , CAPS and GROCERIES Our Competitors may howl , croak and worry because we sell Goods so . But this only gives us more zeal and aotivity to still make lower prices. Wo are undorTuany obligations to some competitors for the futile attempt to dccoivo the public , by tolling them wo carry only second class and shelf worn goods ( lack of business senao which age will improve ) . This is cheap advertising for us , and IS DOING US GOOD. that wo soil so cheap , and onr trade ia increasing ao rapidly. We do not buy out eastern manufacturers ( ? ) nor got all our goods by the oar load ( ? ) nor se...

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 — 8 November 1900

-Senator Sued by Ward. ( The suit for $50,000 for broach of prom IRC against Senator Win. V. Sul livan by Miss Lucy Mnl Lcoton crea- utp's ' a lively Interest In the town of AVaiTcnton , Vn. , where both tire well known. Miss Lceton Is well remern- , liorcd there , whore .she . attnndod the Fanqulor Female Instltuto.Sho wan on- toiod ; at the school in January , 1898 , by Senator Sullivan , as his ward , and remained there until the closing of the Kc.s lon In Juno of that year. V hllo a student at the Faiuiulor Female IiiHtltuto , Senator Sullivan was frequent visitor to Warroiiton , and IjlK attentions to his beautiful ward wure , It IK said , more those of a lov- jr than those of a guardian , and this uivfiiK attitude toward each other was much commented upon. Usually ho Ste'NAtOIl'WILLIAM ' VAN AMllER'G SULLIVAN. Mississippi Statesman , Who Is Sued for $ GO,000 Damages for Broach of " Promise. would como from Washington on Saturday and remain over until Mon day , and would always...

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 — 8 November 1900

"Murku , tlin I.uwycr , " I * In a Brookln hospital the original of "Marks , the lawyer , " made famous in Harriet Beecher Stowc's novel , "Un cle Tom's Cabin , " lies dying. His name is Abraham Marks , and for many years ho practiced law. It was while Mrs. Stowc was writing "Uncle , Tom's Cabin" that Mr. Marks was suggested to her as a fitting tltlo for the char acter of lawyer. The story finally became - came known , and to this day the orlg- inal is called "Marks , the Lawyer. ' He Is now 88 years old and without relatives. Try Magnetic Starch It will last longer than any other. A stingy cjnaker maketh a close friend. Your clothes will not crack If you use Magnetic Starch. . WOMEN MUST SLEEP , Avoid Nervous Prostration. If you arc dangerously sick what is the first duty of your physician V lie quiets the nervous system , he deadens the pain , and you sleep well. Friends ask , "what is the cause ? " and the answer comes iu pitying1 tones , nervous prostration. It came upon you so ...

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 — 8 November 1900

r fllo , Pnbllihed every Thnrsdsy nt the County Boat. D. RI. ABIHBKM.11V , littltar . , . - ' I .Offlco In Cnstor lllock Fourth Avo.-fc' KnUred at the pottonico at llroken How , Neb , at second-clan matter ( or transmission through thoU. 8 , Malta. SUUSCmPTlON I'UIOB : One Tear , In advance JI-Wl Bryan anil Dick Uruga hava the sympathy of a small minority. May it ever grow less. The lutorOouan figures Mo Kinley'a vote iu the electoral college 305 , which la short of our figures three weeks ago , The republicans oi Ouster county made a valiant fight lor tl'o control of the county board and have glo riously won. As Bryan han twice steered the democratic ship to its' dofout his counsel in democratic circles will not bo sought in the future. The majorty over county division was ever 2000 , The question ol division grows more unpopular each time the question is submitted. Dr. 0. L. Mullins proposes to call the "democrat * and what iow populisti there are loft together und vote to make th...

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 — 8 November 1900

GOAL We are Out for MJUUO ! GOAL Wo want to fill your With our famous NIGGEIUIEAD and CANON CITY Coal e We know our ooal will satisfy the moat pkoptii.nl. Our prices , our quality and our wolf hts are in yotu favor. Wo will not bo UNDERBID BY OUR COMPETITORS. Foster & Smith Lumber Go. , m B 70. WILL RULE , Mouager , Get Our Prices on Eastern Hard. GOAL II I'M ' 11 OIIAS. E. FOUL ) , 1'resldent , Omaha , Neb. H. Q , ItOGEIlS , Cashier , Broken How J. M. KIMBEIIUNG , Vlco-Prei. , Broken Bow. B. H. HOTT , Asi't Cashier STATE BROKEN BOW , NEB. General Banking1 Business Transacted. Chas. E.Ford. J. M.Klmbcrllng. S. B.Uoyt H. Q. IlOBOrs. V. B. CaldweU Make a specialty of loaning money on oattlo. Hue jnet received an Invoice of JTINB ART QOUD9 , PtCTUnC FRAMES , CA9B&S , MEPAJL.HON3 , "WAE.E , POCKETS , TOILET CASE3 , 8CHEEK3 , SIIADI XIOE.DCB3 , And a fall line of Moulding of the latcpt Patterns , nnd will make Picture FrarafB to order , B'ZC ' , at prlcca that will suit everybody...

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 — 8 November 1900

OUSTER COUraREl'DBLICAN ' D. H. AJISMICUUY , Tubllilier. BBOKKN BOW , NEHUASICA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The census shows Mexico tilty has over 400,000 population. Dr. Von Holloben , German ambassa dor to the United States , has arrived at Berlin from Carlsbad. The death of A. M. McGregor , a di rector of the Standard Oil company , was announced at Now York. Returns of the election In the Ork ney and Shetland dlHtriots show union ist gajns for the British parliament. The French are preparing an expe dition to suppress Moorish bandits who are active In the Algerian Hinter land. land.By the collapse of a well of the city hall in Puehla , Mexico , several chil dren were killed and several fatoUy in jured. ' The' Venezuelan government ha de creed the resumption of payment of interest on all debts and loans from November. Checks amounting to $2,004,020 , and representing Interest on government bonds duo November 1 , were mailed from the treasury. The German government has adopted < hc Amer...

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 — 8 November 1900

I * Forsaking all Others j Dy AMELIA DUGHEMIN } $ t , ( "H CHAPTER I. "Somo women nro born to daugh- I' terft-in-law , some achieve daughters- in-law , and some have daughters-in- law thrust upon them. I am of the last category , " said Gladys , In her whim sical way. "And really , Ixnilse , there , nro times when I am crushed by the weight of the unexpected boon. " Mrs. Leonard looked Indulgently at the dainty creature reclining In nn osy chair that would have swallowed ( her quite but for the assertive nature of the gown that fell In airy billows on footstool and floor. Mrs. Atherton was always well dressed , as a pretty woman should be. In her Mowing draperies of blue , matching the color of her eyes , with blush roses at her f breast and In her rod golden hair , she looked fair and young. Strangers would have set her age at seven and twenty , perhaps ; but grim old Time , for once giving no hint of his vicinity , was checking off the minutes that must soon complete her avowed se...

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 — 8 November 1900

President MoKiuloy Will Hold tbo Huins of Government Auothor Four Yours. HIS MAJORITY LARGER THAN IN ' 96 Kiniilro Stuto ( loon Acnltut llrjun , sli Uu Clotn u FliittnrliiK Votn III thu City \Vlmt IH hliiinn by Huliirm from HlliiuU , Ohio mill Indlitim. NtW YORK. NEW YORK , Nov. G. Senator Thomas C. Plntt gave out the follow ing statement at 10-10 tonight : At this hour It lu apimrunt that the plinnllty for McKlnloy and Roosevelt utyovc t io iJronx river IB not loan than 105,000 nnd may easily exceed that fig ure by 10,000. Greater New York la against Us In thu neighborhood of 30- VOO and therefore we arc coulldunt of the atate by nearly 150,000 for the na tional ticket. It nmy ullghtly exceed that amount. Mr. Odoll 1ms uppareut- Ir not received lu Greater New Yoik as many democratic rotes as the na tional uundldatou , but In the other Kountlco there IB little variance be tween Ills vote and McKlnley'n. Ills plurality will not be more than 25- OOD ICES than the president's. Both bra...

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 — 15 November 1900

- ' - - . VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 15 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 22 Ami watch the calendar. Clirlstm i la coming Lets tlmn 40 dsy Intervene melan choly < lnyn , enildcpt of the yunr , > vhu > < man must gi down Into the Innermost recesses of hi * pocket mnBt open bin imtftp Mid hie liuurt. My hoi day stock Is dully arrlvlri ; , and coon my store will Lo Inll oi things prac tical > nd things ornamental ; things for domestic use and tilings for personal adornment , thai host answer the qurntion now uppermost In your thougli . "What Btinll 1 KlvoJ" Watch iny ads and my ( tock. Graduate ot Chicago Outhalmlc College. School Books , Tablets AND- School Supplies , AT J , G.Haeberle's. . I it Isn't tlie material ii t ( < > un Into votir rep l reel watcli remi t In a peril ct 1 Vnat doentuubupineBs , any bungler CUD buy thu line kinds of material that I mo In repairing } but ekill la the most vftluable material tbut : an be need...

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 — 15 November 1900

CDSTERCODNTY REPUBLICAN . M. A.M811ICUHY , BBOKEN BOW , NEllItSKA. . THE N.EWS IN Plorro Vcrou , editor of Charivari , at Pnrls , lo dead. Lieutenant 0. II. Kvnnn In to com mand Uio torpedo boat Dupont. In time of war Russia can quickly muster an army of 3,500,000 olllccrn and men. The population of Wyoming Is 92it ( ; ; against 05,705 in 1800 an Increase ol D2.-1 per cent A St. Petersburg dispatch sayo rich coal vclno have been ( Uncovered In the Kloff government. A paramount Issue noon becomes o ! > - fiolctc , If the peoplo'H Indorsement 10 nnt liiRc'rllinrl lliim > nn. At thlo writing Hie Nebraska icgis- Inturo content Is very close and both sides claim the legislature. Russia Is In the cotton field. The na tion's yield this year will show an in crease of over 30 per cent Travelers report that railroad travel In Italy Is the poorest In the world- no speed and no accommodations. Donvcv Is to have a now reservoir about fifty miles awny. The dam IH to bo 220 feet high and wil...

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 — 15 November 1900

( V Forsaking all Others ft By AMELIA DVGIIEMIN f & f a * * " ! ' Jf" J * V CHAPTER II. ( Continued. ) Ho came Into sight at last , as fine a specimen ot young manhood as one would wish to see , with his tall , erect figure and hair and eyes a dark as Helen's1 own. As ho lifted' hla cap and waved it in greeting Helen held the baby high above her head , that papa might see him , and stood smil ingly at nor post unlll Harvey had en tered the room nnd enfolded mother and child In his embrace. The little scene was enacted every day , but to neither had it lost Its charm. They were ardent levers still. "I'll run up nnd get Into my flan nels , Nell , and we'll take a walk through the grounds , " said Harvey , when the usual small questions had been asked and answered. "Saundcrs told me this morning ho didn't like the appearance of the young plum trees ; and I promised to go and look at them. Shall I send Mary for the boy ? " "No , thank you ; I'll take him to 'tho nursery myself. I mu...

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 — 15 November 1900

teter ffio. Hejwblicau Pnbllihed oterj Tlinrndtj at tbo County Beat. . M. ABIBUISKIIY , I'.dltor JW Office in Caster Block , fourth ATe.-Qr Bntoretl at lha pottofflce at Broken Bon , Neb. , M eooond-cla t matter tor trantmtnlon through the U.S. MalU. _ SUBSCRIPTION PK1CH : Una Ter. In adTaoc * . . . . . . 11.00 T1IURBDAY , NQV Yusl William was elected , bat Willie was defeated. & { ' Hay Springs Republican , rol. 1- No , 4 , is the lateat exchange toroaob our table. It it > republican in iti politic" , and Edgar Phillips ii its litor. The increase in muiiuy circulation on the United States has reached $27:01 per capita , amounting to $507,240,862 , exceeding ttio highest limit proviouBt47,2Ql,288 , , and$51 , . 1SO,2B2 over last year , To Omaha , where Col. Walter Moieo controls the saloon vote , 0. ll. Dietrich was 800 below Mo- Kinloy's vote. With both the Saloons and Anti Saloon League a- gainet him , Dietrich pulled through with a thousand majortity. C , 0 , Liud of Wayne...

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 — 15 November 1900

COAL We are Out for GOAL MONEY. Wo want to fill your With our famotiB NIQGERHEAD and CANON CITY Coal Wo know our coal will satisfy the mom nkepttt nl. Our * prison , our quality and our wi'ii IUH nru n voui fnvoi. We will net bo UNDERBID BY OUR COMPETTI ORS. Foster & Smith Lumber Go. , 0. WILL HULK , Matngor. Get Our Prices on Eastern Hard. CIIAS. E. FOR 0 , PrcMdont , Omaha , Neb n. Q , ROQEHS , Oaihlcr , Broken Bon J. St. KIMBERLINQ , Vlce-Prei. , Broken Bow. 3. II. UOTT , Aji't C 9hlor STATE BROKEN BOW , NEB , General Banking Business Transacted , Qua. E. Ford. J. M.KlmDerllng. a. Q. Uoyt. H. 0. Koyors. V. B , Caldwell Make a specialty of loaning money on oattlo. line jnpt received an Inv Ice ot . . 1 VXKB AET GOODS , PICTUBD JCA3EE.3 , 'WAZ.X , TOILET 1i SCUBBItB , 3i2i 2 And a full line ot Moulding-1 of too lateft Patterna , and will make Picture Frumps to order , ann ic , at i rice * that will ault CTcryboay. Bring In jou plcturea uudbavo them i framed. . . * Ilotv E. L. B...

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 — 15 November 1900

\ r TURNS STILL They Indicate that McKinley Will Have a Large Majority in the Electoral College , BOTH PART8ES CONCEDE NEBRASKA TO HIM on the Governorship There is a Counter Claim That It Will Take Official Figures to Determine mine.Late Returns From Ail Sections. NEBRASKA. The Omaha Ileo iitiys : The result In Nebraska , so far as the vote on presi dent la concerned , Is beyond speculation has car tion or a ofltlo ' McKlnloy ried' the Btato by a majority of over 7,000. . The lice presents tabulated re turns from all but ten of the ninety countlca In the citato. In the counties loportcd the republican oloctoru have ( i plurality of 8,993. The missing coun- llos four years ego gave Hryan a plur ality of 1,703 and If they give a corrc- Hpnndlng verdict this your the repub lican plurality will go C.701. There lane no reason to doubt that the falling off in the fusion vote In these counties will bo as greut a In the ones report ed. In thin ovvnt the plurality will go nbovo the 7,000 mar...

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 — 15 November 1900

nu SfM'fl Helpful Wife. The phenomenal amount or work which the Into Lord Russell was able to set through Is explained In part by the fact that he possessed In bin wife not only a model of every domctlc virtue , but an Invqlunblo business ally. She was his account Keeper , his hank er , the manager of his Investments and the adviser in all business affairs. The man who knows enough not to know too much hardly ever has to ask for aid. r us n Hunker. For some time the corporation ot Glasgow has taken comparatively small sums of money on deposit , nml the experiment has worked well. Em boldened by thla success the progres sive element of the city council pro posed Unit bunking should bo added to the municipal undertakings. If you have not tried Magnetic Starch try It now. You will then use no other Tlri'il mul Ncrvom People will iJorlvo great boncflt from Ink ing Uni fluid liivtduehu I'mvdors ; they nro inado from lluibs ; IhoysDothu tlrud uervof. The valueof Mexican oranges sent to 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 — 15 November 1900

Vote of Broken How North South "Bryan . . . . ! 103 134 McKinley 100 * Wooley 'J ° jJStikor. . V J ? , . , _ , - " CongrecHtmin. "William Neville 08 HO M P Kinkaicl 00 J8 ° P W Ilnniiibli D J C T Holliday 0 u Govmior. \Villiam A Poyntor. . . 08 102 ChailfH U Dietrich. . . 102 178 LUCIIIH U Jonod t ) 11 Tayloi Fiiuk 13 m Lieutenant Governor. Edward A Gilbert. . . . 08 122 Ezra P Snvago .104 17 f Secretary ol State. C V Svoboda 00 121 George W Murub 102 170 Auditor of Public AueountH. Theodore GricsB 102 121 CbarlcH VVeetou 10U 182 Trcnaurer. Satnual B Howard 100 12U William Stuofor 105 iti'J Superintendent. Ohaika E. Book 98 120 William L. Fowler. . . 101 1 7'J Attorney General. Willis D Oldbam 100 121 Frank N. Prout 105 18 ] ( JoinmisHioner. P J Carey 101 12J ; Ocorbe D Follmur 105 182 Senator. i\V E Whitney 04 122 'FMOnrrio 110 10 > Uopreeentativea. , WJ Taylor 103 110 ; J D Hoam 107 121 { Joseph Pigrnau 102 17J ' Ohas li Spafford 82 130 Joseph Gilmorc 4 It ' 11 L York r. 0 Coun...

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 — 22 November 1900

Sootetr SUtUl VL. ( ] XV1X. BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA THURSDAY , , NOVEMBER 22. 1900.--EIGHT PAGES , NO 23 f "Friend , Sweetheart , Wife. " f v W B tbo bcaatlf.nl pentlrannt chosen by ? A well known young ranti , to be inscribed " W within tila Gancee'i" ling. Friend sweet- a. heart , wile combine the throe , or choose 9 ono from among them nml I will enow you the rit" for proi > ontatlou Dainty soll- V tnlron for the Aomau who In tatlsflcd with i nothing bnt the "correct thine. " M Anocgant line of real' and Initials for tbo men 8 lid , vnbsta' tM , ccouomlcnl rlnpi ( or the boyB and girls. "Every- C nody'a" ring the Eolld gold oval or baml , In nil ntzcs ; brond flat , broud fnl oval ; i or the neat , rtflred I Iflany , n tmrrow , H thlclc ring , wel. hlng fnlly as much as tbo T others , but lacking their ostentation m Cbilstraae coracs batonco ayear.i J And CbrUtman now. Is very near. A aim first to enlt will get the best , f Altho' we're rnre to salt tt1 reft. 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 — 22 November 1900

CDSTER CODNTY REFDBLICAH D. M. A.MS1IKIUIY , FuhlUher. BBOKEN DOW , NUlMt \ THE NEWS IN BRIEf. i The population of Ohio is 4,157,515 , I I ngalnst 3,072,310 In 1890 , nn Increase of 13.2 per cent. It Is ofuclnlly announced Hint the Prln6o and Princess of Wales Intend to visit Belfast next Ayril. Two-thirds of the entire potato crop of the state of Michigan lias been ruined by the receut storms. The vote of Louisiana for president Rtanrls : Bryan , 62,113 ; Mruiuloy , 1 V 8(53. Bryan's majority , fi,2r 0. t . The legislative assembly of 'Nov.- South Wales passed the eld ago pen sions bill to a riccond reading , tii i 'ii * > The flour mill of Dudley & Hums , fioven miles south of Mnnsfleld , Mo. , was destroyed by fire. Loss , $5,000 ; no insurance. James G. Stowe , United Stated 'con sul general In Capetown , sailed for England on the Assayc , en route for the United States. II. Ti GriiTcn has boon ajipolntci'as sistant general passenger agent of the Chicago , Milwaukee &...

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 — 22 November 1900

farderor of Little Loulso Frost Burned at Stake Near Limon , Colorado , FATHER APPLIES THE TORCH K cr < > Shows Urvut Fortitude Un til the Alnrulton I'huufR Ilecln to Bcortcli nnd Shrivel 111 * rieMi I'ro- pnrluc 'or the Unleiil. LIMON , Colo. , Nov. 17. Chained to railroad rail , sot firmly In the Around , on the exact spot where hla | flendlsh crlmo was committed , Preston - , * , ton Porter , jr. , or as ho was famil iarly ' known , John Porter , this ovou- paid a terrible penalty for hln " 'deed. It was at 6:23 : o'clock when -tho ( father of 'the murdered gir. . touched the match lo the fuel which Uiad been piled around the negro and twenty minutes later a last convul sive shudder told Uiat life was ex- ttlnct. What agony the doomed boy ' 'suffered while tlio flames shriveUd up 'in IB flesh could only be guessed from , [ itho' terrible contortions of his face ( and the cries ho gave from tiino to 'time. The executioners , who numbered about 300 citizens of Lincoln counly ...

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 — 22 November 1900

: RqmMicmt Pnbll hod OTcry Thursday nt the County Boot. . 31. A.BIBDRKK.Y , Editor 'tauOfflcc in Caster Block , Fourth ATe.-S Knter dattli po tofflce t Broken Dow , Neb. , i f econd-clMs tnntter fur UAutmlf lion through the U. S. Mails. SUUSCHIPTION JflUOK : One Year , In advnnce TI1UK8DAY , NOV. 22 , 1900 , The recent rise in the price of salt is attributed to the great demand by those who have been feasting on crow ainco tbo Otb of November. f , I Shades of Si lloluomb , Kom , and Homer M. Sullivan ! To tbink tbat Ouster county , brooding place of populists and hot-bed of gigantic populist majorities , should go re- publioan all along the line , Stran 11 : ger tbingH may happen but not often. Kearney Hub Chairman K. Koysa deserves ft good deal of credit for the republi can victory in Ouster county. During the campaign he was never found napping , but oonstanl- ly nt work koopimg his oo-workorH where they belonged and where tbo most good could bo done. While nearly every county in ...

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