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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 17 January 1901

Btftto UUt Ubratuu ooviuiy T VOL , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 17 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO 31. I Good Time For the New Year llojjin right. Ho punctual. Keeu your appointments to tbe mlnutn. To do this you must have the I right time. To have the right time leave your wntch with mo. General watch , clock and jewel ry repurmg. Promptness and satisfaction guaranteed I Qraduiitt ! of Clilcnfo Opthalmlc College. School Books , Tablets AND- School Supplies , AT . G. Haeberle's. it iHii't tlie ni terl tlii t KOCH Into vimr repaired \vutcli tliat In a perfect on. Ulstne that does the bueiuees , any bungler can buy the line kinds nt material that l use In repairing ; but ekill ia the moet valuable material that san bu need in watch repairing : and the bun ler cnn't buy It. I eell my skill ( or what It Is worth awl It will coat you less than bunllug ( at lower prices. F. W. HAYES , Jeweler and Optician. West side of square. # > CX3 * > C3G / 03 G ) 0 *...

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 — 17 January 1901

COSTER CODNTY REFDBLICAN I ) . M. AJiailEIinY , VubUih r. BBOKEN NOW , THE NEWS IN BRICP. Henry S. H.lstman , last survivor nt the crews who served In Commodore Perry'u famous expedition In Japan. died lost week In San Francisco , aged GG. If all the economics which Governor Odoll has ( recommended are carried out the taxpayers of New York Btiito will benollt to thu extent of about $1- 100,000. According 'to Consul Llstoe , at Rot terdam , there Is now a good Held open in Europe for American zinc ore. The zinc mines In Europe are well nigh exhausted. The Northern Pacific has sold all Its lands In North Dakota , amounting 'to 1,400,000 acres , to a syndicate of New York and eastern capitalists. Ranches will bo established. Mrs. Nation of Kansas , who Is un der arrest for smashing saloon mir rors In a temperance crusade , says that of her example Is followed the elevation of her BOX will bo accom plished. Andrew Cnrncglo has promised So- nttlo , War i. . u gift of $200,000 for anew no...

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 — 17 January 1901

> ! ' - YteCOMTAJVIOJ * - * * - * "By Louise "Bedford. CHAPTER IV. Janctta only stayed long enough to listen to a few polite Inquiries as to whether she had suffered any Incon venience from the accident , then rose and asked leave to retire for the night. "You can go If you wish , " said Clarice ; "but please don't Imagine that Harry and I always need to be left together. I am generally down in the drawing room in the evening. To night was an exception , Good-night. Tell mo If you are not comfortable. " Captain Merlvale rose and opened the door. Then Jnnetta bethought herself that it would only bo courteous to return down-stairs and wish Mrs. Mortimer good-night. She found her seated be fore the fire , reading a novel. "The interview was a long one , and therefore I conclude successful , " she said , laying down the volume. "Miss Seymour Is quite delightful , and kinder than words can say , " an swered Janetta eagerly. "And you feel the world beneath your feet ? So It may be for ...

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 — 17 January 1901

I' ' ) fluster ( go , licpublicau f uhltthcd oTiTy Thnrndajr at the Comity Soul. 1 . BI , AMHUKMUV , ViTllnr A.001CO ! ti Cantor lllock , Fourth ATe.-cr tiliUrodut tliu l > o tolllco at Hrokeii How , Nub , an BCConJ.clftnH matter fur trantmllelon through tbeU. d. ilnlla. auiisouiFTioN I'uicK- One Year , In advance St.IK ) TiumsbAY , JAN , i7 Too "f. " The butiinosB way in whioh the new hoard in takit > hold of the af fairs of the county , alums that the people made no mititako in their election. The ocomouy the new board is exorcising in disposing of the county business , and prompt provinionn adopted to provide for sufliciont revenue to maintain tlio busineau on a oanh baitis , would indiuato tl'at there will bo no more of "pouring aand in a rat hole" procedure. The senatorial situation at Lm- uoln ia more intensified , since bal loting commenced Tuesday , but the solution of the question appoarn to bo no nearer. As the vote Btood \ t yesterday the loading candidates arc D. K...

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 — 17 January 1901

Our Stock is going fast at the following piioes. Come early and goj , your share : 3BntraacJl < icihiJl Ci51Fj3 ICTCiKluiM , NuiMlTO 1 ] 12 Ibs Oat Meal 25o 10 02. bottle Queen Olives lee S 0 Ibs broken Rice 24o 8 bars of Silk Soap 26o D G Ibs Good Prunes 25o 12 bars of Tepee Soap 25o 3 Ibs Good Now Poaches 24o 1 Ib can HEKIUNS KEN HKECOFFEE 30o G Ibs Navy Beans 2fio 1 Ib pkgo " MADJA ' 17o i UINTO5BMvitntua l/faTOffFir r grr3ITOt r/iHr TOr C m Those are only a few peed things foundin this mine. Up on our side is n now line of Hatn , and every day Now Goods ootno down the shaft that is kept busy btinging them. B a S HARRY DAY & CO. , Northeast Corner of Public Square. u iTi'ii p I : f-t THE- . ' - ft1. ? : - 4 1 - . Commercial Hotel fe' tt : [ Sjjjj ; C. H. KENNEDY , Prop'r. ft Southwest corner Square , BROKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. 1 1 ft The Hotel has been refitted and refurnished ftm throughout. Sample ropms for Cornmerical men. Bath rooms in connection. Free Bus to and from all ...

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 — 17 January 1901

| r BEGIN TO Tlio Nebraska Lcgisluturo Settling Down to Active Work , A RCCORDOF THE TWO HOUSES Bon.tte ComrnUtiiM llmo Horn An- tounroil nml Those of tlin Ilonito Will Soon lie IV.ithcomliii : imlly Dolnpiof llotli ISrnnclict. i \Vucn HIP house adjourned on the 7th tlie republican members went into caucus to consider the report of the vommlttcp on standing committees , iwhlch will bo made lo the senate. Following Is the full list of eoimnltteo noloctlons : . . JurJIcl.try-UnlilrlBf. oJiuirinnn : w \oiniK CiiiuiiHf. owi-iiH. oioHon , nuiiiin. .VanHoxltlrU Iltinsoin. rinancc , WnyH nnil M V'ns ' , AromlH xii , . | , O'NeUlV''uii" ' ' ' ' ' ' WMo 'uii" " ' ) . . , 1'ulillo LandH ' " "I Huiidiiih ! ' " . , ' ! . ' rhalrrniin YOUIIK. ' " " l'l > ' ' " ' ; 'l\r" \ ' , . : . , lot , Owens. Bteolc. Lymmi. Krl . ' . "Vllnmir \ v 'S rc urr:1 , : : : : - ; , Ilrl.lB . nnd Von , clmlriuaii : Nuwcll , lclL Kriimlmek. m..u run In Acr-ountH anil ' xl''nimV1r ' - , M1V chalnntin ; Olcson , llur...

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 — 17 January 1901

First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro , Ga. , nnd Its Pastor and Elder , The day was when men of promi nence hesitated to give their testimoni als to proprietary medicines for publi cation. This remains true today of most proprietary medicines. But Pe- runa has become so Justly famous , its merits arc known to so many people of high and low stations , that no one hesitates to see his name in print recommending Pcruna. The highest men in our nation have given Peruna a strong endorsement. Men representing all classes and sta tions are equally represented. A dignified representative of the Presbyterian church In the person of Rev. E. O. Smith does not hesitate testate state publicly that ho has used Peruna in his family and found It cured when other remedies failed. In this state ment the Rov. Smith Is supported by an elder in his church. Rov. E. G. Smith , pastor of the Pres byterian church of Greensboro , Ga. , writes : "Having used Peruna in my family for some time it gives me ple...

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 — 17 January 1901

If a Woman wants to put out n fire she doesn't heap on oil and wood. She throws on water.ktiowmc that waterquenches fire. When a woman wants to get well from diseases peculiar to her sex , 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. - Bradfleld's Female Regulator should betaken taken by every woman or girl who has the slightest suspicion of t any of the nil- ti ini-nts which nf- f 11 c t women. 'I hey will simply In' wnKluiK time until llicv tnke It. Thu Keeulittor Is a purifying , strong th en In n .tonic , which KCIS 'nt the roots of the dispimi. ' mid cures thocnuse It does not dmjr the pain. It ermllcutcs it. It stopt fill ling of the womb , leucoitliia. iiillatunuitlon and pi-nodical HufTurliiK , ir- reculm , > r.inty or pnlnful mc-nsiruatioiij nniltiy dolnj ; nil this drives iiw...

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 — 31 January 1901

illnk VOL , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 31 , 1901-ElGHT PAGES , NO 33. SHIRT STUD ANNOYANCE1 Nothing more annoying to a mnn tbsn slilrt fituiis that nr al wnys and olernally slippinK or breaking nt Inopportune moments. Such miphnpe nro nlways Inop- pnrtuno. Tbey come when lonst expected nt most rnibiirueBlng mnmnntB Tdey nevnr come , however , with my novor-pJIp. nnn-pull outnblo patented shirt nude , made lot utility ns well as iippt-arnuce. Try a act nrd you need ( car no- cldents no trforo. 1 Graduate of Chlcoco Ombnlmlc College. School Books , Tablets AND t School Supplies , I' -AT- I G. Haeberle's. I It Imi't tlie initterliu ixt K * : h into vour r * ptttrtclvntuli tlmt In a | > crlt ct , Ulattie ) io\3J thai Uoes I lie bumees , ui.y can buy tin- tine kinds ol material I tbiit i u < e In repairing ; but skill ii tbe most valuable material ( bat : su bu need In wateb repairing ; 11 and the bungler cnn't buy It. 1 eell my skill for wliat...

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 — 31 January 1901

CDSTER COUIT ! REPUBLICAN D. WL AJHHItnnT.Tublliher , BOKEN BOW , NEI1UASICA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Dr. Robert Grnlmm , agM 69 , for : nnny years president of the Kentucky university , nlr o president of the College - lego of the Dlblo and Hokcd , IH dead nt Plttaburg , Pa. The Baldwin Automoblto Manufac turing company , capitalized at ? 2fiO- 000 , made an assignment at Councils- vllle , Pa. No estimates of assets or liublllllcH were in ink' . The Union PatIlkhns awarded tlio contract for n nut-off from Cheyenne south , on the Denver line , a distance of eighteen miles , that will cost ap proximately $2,000,000. According to the HrnssolH Petit Bleu , bubonic plague Is raging among the British troops In Capn Colony , and many deaths that are attributed to enteric fever and dyspepsia arc really duo to plague. The steamer Vandcrland , which ar rived nt Now York from Antwerp nnd Southampton , brought thirty members of the United Stales com mission to the Paris exposition and their familie...

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 — 31 January 1901

A . > . > f X COMTAJVIOJ * "By Louisa "Bedford. CHAPTER VII. To Clarice she vowed n redoubled de votion. Ah ! If any care of hers might help her towards recovery , so that when her lover returned front his In dian Ccimpalgn she might be well enough to marry ! Only In helping to bring that marriage to a successful is sue could she hope to efface the last miserable half-hour. She would try , too , and ta.lk to Doctor Drake some day by herself , and ask If any possible change of treatment might hasten Clarice's recovery. The very thought brought comfort and hope with It. Having decided her course of action , she proceeded to put It into practice ; smoothed her hair , and tried to wash the traces of tears from her face. Then hc sat down and wrote a few lines to her brother , declining to lend him the .money , and giving him her reasons for the refusal. After that she went to Clarice's room , who , happily , she found alone. "I thought you were never coming ! " said Clarice fretful...

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 — 31 January 1901

( fig. Vnbllitiul orvry Thursday nt ttia Uonuty Boat. M. AMHMttHUV , lUlltnr fl.O < Uco in Cuitor Hloch , Fourth Are.- Butwdnt tlie postofllco nt lrok n How , Neb. , it eccond.clftiw mnttor for trnnnuilff Ion through tlioU. a. Malls. ' " "sunsowiTioN ruioiti One Voar , In mlvuiico 91.00 THURSDAY , JAN. ai , 1001 , Two men ontno over from Ansloy tlio fore part of thiH week , and sor- vcd what purported to bu a writ of rcplovy on Epb Flower for two hounds. ' ] ho writ wan purported to have been issued by J. J. Snyder , a Justice oi tbn Peace of Broken Bow and waa addressed to any countable. It is necdloHs to state tbat DO atten tion was paid to Hiiob irregular proceedings , and tbal Epb still lias bit ) doga. Arcadia Cliampioiii The laHt few duyH tbo candidacy of Edward IloHowater baa beou more favorable witb the momborti of tbo legislature for tbo United States Henpte. Tuesday bin vote readied 18 , Mr. Rose water IB one of tbe candidatcH wboao strength doon not ooino from oorporat...

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 — 31 January 1901

JUrfLV ZIOL Our Stock is going fast at Uio following pi iocs. Coino tarly and got your share : 12 IbH O t Meal 25o 0 Ibs broken lliee 24o 0 lb Good Prunes 2Go 3 Iba Good Now Pencbva 24o 0 Iba Navy Beans 2f u 10 oz bottle Queen Olives 15o 8 bars of Silk Soap 26o 12 bars of Tepee Soaj < 25u 1 Ib utn HKEKINB KBN FlirBCorKKic 30o 1 Ib pkgo " MADJA 17o Those are only a few peed things found in this mine. Up on our side is a now line of * Half , and every day Now Goods como down the abaft that ia kept busy bunging thorn aa HARRY fc > AY & CO. , Northeast Corner of Public Square. iTirnnri'Ti ' m m m n Eiri"1 ! i""W"i"u i vn CoLLOM's 'GROCERY i Having bought the stock formerly owuoil by A. Wallace , we have added a complete NEW STOCK of QRQCE3RIE9 , And are prepared to Bell an CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. FHUIT , OYHTTiittf niicl C1CL.KRY IN SI2ASOIH Butter and Egss taken in Exchange. Goods delivered to any pert of the city. Give us a trial. A. A. COLLOM. - ? t We are Out for i t MONE1T...

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 — 31 January 1901

TIII5STAT15LI linking Much Progress in the Se lection of Senators. .THE . VOTi : IS WIDELY SCATTERED ninny aiciMiirrft lliiliiR Inlroilurril from liny to Uny Sotim llnvn llfon 1'limlly Acini Upon SIIsooll mi-oil * l. 'Rl Utlvi > Mutter * . HOUSK In the IIOIHUon the Mth .liilm MockoU of the I/inctiHlor dole- Kittlon roco In hln place and waved a rntllebox , carved out of an old piece of furniture. In a ncil : and humor ous little speech lie presented the toy to Speaker Sear to convey to his baby boy , with the rompHmentH of the car- poiiler of the IIUIIHP , who had whittled It , be wild , out of a valuable piece or Htuto fiirnltiiie. 1HII.4 were Introduced : A bill for nn act to prohibit the solici tation , taking or accepting any order for the purcluiHe , Halo , Hhlpment or delivery of any malt , splrltouH or vln- , mi lluuiira In the state of Nebraska land to proiidn a penalty for the violation lation theicof. Penalty of ? 100 to $ ( )0 ) ( Inc. Pees not prohibit traveling agent...

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 — 31 January 1901

To Mothers of Large Families , In this workaday world few women nro so placed that physical exprtlon Is not constantly demanded of'thcta in their dally life. . Mrs. 1'lnhham makes a special appeal to mothers of largo families whoso work is novcr done , and many of whom suffer , and Buffer -for luck of intelligent aid. To women , young or old , rich or poor , Mrs. PinUham , of Lynn , Mass. , extends her invitation of free advice. Oh , women I do not let your lives bo sacrificed when a word from Mrs. J'inkham , at the- first approach of tins. CAHIUK weakness , may fill your future years with healthy joy. "When I began to take Lydin E. Finltham'a Vegetable Compound I waH not able to do my housework. I suf fered terribly at time of menstruation. Several doctors told me they could do nothing1 for me. Thanks to Mra. Pink- ham's advice and medicine I am now well , and can do the vrork for eight in the family. " I would recommend Lydia E < Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all mothers with...

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 — 31 January 1901

Every womnn In the country ought to know nbout Friend Those who do know about It wonder how they ever got along without it. It has robbed child birth of its terrors for many a young wife. It has preserved her girlish figure and ; , aved her much suffering. Jt is an external Uni- ment and canics with it therefore , absolutely no danger of upsetting the system ns drugs taken intern ally are apt to do. It is to bo rubbed into the abdomen to soften ntulstretiKlln-ii the muscles which arc to bear the strain. This means much luss j.iin. It also prevents morning sickness and nil of the other discomforts of pregnancy. A druggist of Macon , Ga. , says : "I have sold a largo quantity of Mother's Friend nud have never known an instance where It has failed to produce the good resulta claimed for it. " A prominent lady of Lara- berton , Ark. , writes : "With my flint six children 1 was in labor from 24 to 30 hours. After using Mother's Friend , my seventh was born In 4 hours. " Got MnllicrN I'rl...

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 — 7 February 1901

VOL , XIX , ' ' BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 7 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO. 34 ' I I If It docan't work the way It ought to , bring It to me. I will tell you what alia It in short order. If you leave It with me ( or repairs you can rust assured thnt It will receive tbo sntne careful treatment that 1 would give to my own wntch. If you want a new watcb of nuy kind tlnd It bere. If it's good time at moderate cost I have it , If Its good time In elaborately or namon ed anaea of reliable qutill'y i in gold acd silver , It Is here. To be brief , it It'p the most wntob wortb for tbe least money , it will i pay you to talk watch with me. Kradaato of Chicago Opthalmlo College. School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , AT JG. . Haeberle's. i It me tU.vt Into y i > ur repnlruclvulcli tliut In a perf ct | oi , tt Is ttie ( hut doia Hit1 bu-liit'i-h , m.y b can buy tin tint ) klr d * < > t Uniterm ) rlmt ' tti > e In repairing ; but skill U lb uiOBt valu...

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 — 7 February 1901

Custer County Republican 1 > . Al. A'IMIUUV , - Killr. rum ) I'niil JtllOKUM HOW , NKIIIIAM\A In the thcntcr of politics , wlint arc the milkers or alntos but a kind of ticket tpoculntors ? Money nt presvonl In Ilio United States to estimated nt ? ; jOf)3UOO,000 , but n lot of Unit Is owhiB ( o Homebody else. A Philadelphia man with liabilities of ever two millions and assets of only twenty-live dollars lias gone through the bankruptcy court. And Btlll some pcple say Philadelphia Is a slow town. An American Rlrl employed In ono of tlie departments of the Paris Imposition rccelveil seventeen proposals of iniir- HnKO from men of fourteen different na tionalities. The American girl Is In de mand wherever she Is. A Minneapolis paper tclla of a fair daughter of the State who caught a pickerel three feet long. That's noth ing beside the six-foot suckers that our lovely and entrancing maids are yank ing from bachelordom every day , and tlicy seem to like the fun , too. One's poor relati...

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 — 7 February 1901

AS GOOD AS LAW. nuiAwnlta Hlcnature oflho l'r * < l > dent , WASHINGTON , Feb. 1. After an eventful legislative experience , be ginning with the present session and covering about two months , th bl'l ' for the reorganization of the army bill passed its lust stage in congress ! and now goes to the president for his sig nature. The final step was taken In the senate yesterday , where by a vote of D3 to 25 , the conference report on the bill was agreed to. The house ol representatives already hod agreed tc the report. The conference report was kept before the senate constantly yesterday , even the shipping bill giv ing way. Opposition tj the bill con tinued to be vigorously expressed , Mr. Teller making an extended speech in criticism of the war department and of the measure In general. An op position developed on the republican side to the report , based on the allege , ) freedom with which the conferees had taken with the bill. On the llnal vole several republicans voted with ...

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 — 7 February 1901

( Eu0tct ( So. Jlcpblican Pntillibeil otery Thursday t the Comity Seal. . 31. lUlitor tA.Ofllco 'u ' Cnptor Ulock , Fourth ATC.-S/ " JCuterednt the pwtonico st Hrokeii How , Nob. , M tcoond.cliu * ninttor for traiirminion through thoU. 8. Malla. _ _ " ' i'HIOK SUIISOHU'TJON : One tear , In advance 91.X ( ) THURSDAY , FKB 7 , 1901. With this issue of. the KKPUIILI CAN we Lave changed ready print houses , , which die continues the con tinued 'storiosjrather abruptly. But instoadja new and interesting atory in subHtituted/.whioh , wo tbopo will at least partially if not fully satisfy our readers of fiction. It IB the first change in ready print wo have made since tbo paper started , nearly twenty yoari ago. Tbo change is now made with the hope of giving our readers bettor service in later telegraphic news , and at bettor rates than wo have been getting in the past. SAMPLE COPIES. With thin issue ot the RKPUULI- CAN wo have sent out a number of sample copies , with a view of so liciting...

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