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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 7 February 1901

II Our Stock in going fast at thn following pi iocs. Co mo < .arly and got your nhnrc : IP ) [ PrHE rj f C7Si lCTliW > (3t ( cro iaoiinNiroinMW | 12 Ibs O it Meal 35o 10 oz bottle Queen Olives 15o i s 0 Ibs bnkcu Riuc 24o 8 bars of Silk Soap 26o 0 Ibs Good Prunes 25o 12 bars of Tepee Soap 25o 3 Ibs Good Now Peaches 24o 1 Ib oin HEKIUNB KKN LIvuCovfEit 30o G Ibs Navy Beaus 1 Ib pkgo MA.UJA These are only a few peed things found iu this mine. Up on our side is a new line of Hat * , aud every day Now Goods ootno down the shaft that is kept busy biinging them. B 9a HARRY DAY Northeast Corner of Public Square. HI A N Ei H ! * ! COLLOM'S GROCERY i Having bought the stock formerly owned by A. Wallace , we have added a complete STOCK of Aud are prepared to sell as CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. FK.UIT , OYSTRAl * niirt IK SIC ABO W. Butter and Eggs taken in Exchange. Goods delivered to any part of the city. Give us a trial A. A. COLLOM. c iBgBB BJIJi [ 1a We are Out for GOAL EIB EIa B We want...

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 — 7 February 1901

II I ! TTHIB TEXAS CRUISER _ OY 1 HOBS 1 rtCOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OIIAPTKU r. Within one of the southern Ingoons up- rn the coast of Texas , Is the smnll liny tt OolUd. It is not far from the mouth f the Nueces , nnd , like must of the la- poni which abound upon the shores of fhf gulf , nffords n most excellent harbor , fc the early part of A nunt , 1840 , a small Khooner lay at anchor within this bay. Bue was a pretty cruft ; built after the model of our Baltimore clippers , and car rying a wide spread of canvas for such * hull. She had n Baiinrc topsull uud topgallant soil upon the fore , and a guff- topsail upon the main. She was culled the Lone Star , nnd had for some years t lonied to the Texan navy , having IK-CD employed In cruising after those Mexl- tan vessels that Intel been tilted out for the especial purpose of committing depre- latlons upon the seaport scttlciuentH of the Infant republic. And even uow that Texas hud been united with Its gigantic lister , It was found...

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 — 7 February 1901

Prefer lionet Port. In the Now Hebrides human Ufa had been made safer by the Introduction f pigs into tv Island. Tito can hi bals trc said to prefer roast , pork to roast man and as the porkl no trl bo Increases limong the natives they may give up their feasts on human tlcsh altogether excepting when something unusual happens , such as entertaining a king of some other cannibal Island or stuto ccuslon of rare ceremony. 0IOO Kowiiril , IOO. The renders of this paper will Depleted tolcnrn t lint there Is nt least one dreaded dls-nso thnt science hna been able to euro In nil its stuacs and tlia' Is Catarrh. Hall'a Oatarrh Cure is the only po-ltlvo euro known to the mo'Hoal fraternity. Cntnrrh being a coti-tilu lonal disease requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-illy , acting directly upon the blood and mucous snrlnct-8 ot the system , thereby destroying the foundation or me illscnxi * . ami glvlm ; the phtitnt fctrcngth by building up tlic con- ititut...

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 — 7 February 1901

"We have three children. Before f&c fclrth of the last one myvlfc used four bot. lies of MOTHER'S FRIKND. If you had the pictures of our children , you could sec at affiance that the last one Is healthiest , prettiest and flncst-looklnffofthcmall. My wife thinks Mother's Friend Is the greatest and grandest remedy In the world for cxpect- ant mothers. " Written by a Ken tucky Attorney-at Law. prevents nine-tenths of the suffering Incident to child birth. The coming mother's disposition and temper remain unruffled throughout the ordeal , because this relax ing1 , penetrating liniment relieves the usual distress. A good-natured mother Is pretty sure to have a good-natured child , the patient Is kept in a strong , healthy condition , which the child also Inherits. Mother's Friend takes a wife through the crisis quickly and almost painlessly. It assists in her rapid recovery , and wards off the dangers that so often follow de livery. Sold by ( JrugglBts for $ I n bottle. THE BRADFIEL...

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 — 14 February 1901

11UI Llbiaila" VOL XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 14 , 1001-EIGHT PAGES. NO. 35 Tableware Quality s In Silverware the true criterion is quality. Silverwiiro with quality IB hero in nbuudunce , the kind tbat wears OB well us it looks , with prices as low ns qunllty Is high. Don't forget the wedding in the spring. You may delight your frieuds with a selection from my compre- honslva stock. la the meantime why not comm - m mence at home and beau'lfy your i own tnblo , Graduate of Chlcneo OtHhalmlo College. School Books , Tablets AMD- School Supplies , -AT J. G. Haeberle's. Itlnti't tne material tliut Into your repaired wutcli tliiit lit a perfect | ut , it istue flow thin dotaihttbueiuees , ttuy buugkr can buy tuc tiuu kinds ot material that J ue In repairing but ( skill is the most valuable material that jan bu need In watch repairing ; und the bungler cnn'i buy It. i eell my eikili for wuut It It ) wnnh tltld it Will 0081 you k'Bd ttlMI bungling at ...

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 — 14 February 1901

Ciistcr County Republican l > . ni. AMHIHIKY , Killtnrnml KltOKKN HOW , NlCIWABKA Builders'hardware txT'the value u < SlCCO,000 was sent to Germany from the United States In 1000. The married man of Sweden and Norway wear rings to Indicate that they are matrimonially mortgaged. The sowing machines sent to Ger : many In eleven months last year represented presented a value of nearly $1,000,000 | Plso's Cure cannot bo too hlghlj spoken of as a cough cure. J. W. O'Brien , 322 Third avenue , N. Min- ( neapolls , Minn. , .lun. 5,11)00. ) lCxiriihi- | u l.umlon K c > A London fog is an expensive visita tion. A day of it , counting the daj fit eight hours , is estimated to cost anything fiom $50,000 to $100,000 in hard cash. No small proportion ol this goes to the gas and slectrlc light companies , which have to supply about a third more power than usual. But there arc also the railways. Fog sig naling is expensive. At Clapham Junction alone $50 has been spent by a itnglo railway ...

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 — 14 February 1901

QUEEN F0f < A BRIDE VflllieltnliiM Jtocomcs Wife of llolnrloh. Aauic , Feb. 8. Queen Wll- Bclmlna's marriage to Duke Henry of Ilecklenbuig-Schwcrln , who today be- nmo Prince lleinrlch of the Ncthof- ttruls , was a huge family affair. All Holland that could came to the ITngtio In take part. 'Ihose who stayed at flielr homes In other cities and villages the kingdom celebiated with par ties dccoiations and banquets. JSc\cr was seen a more beautiful and Hippy wedding. Tlic popular belief h itiat it is a love match like that of Victoria and Albert , and this gives a imiantic coloring to the event , which K generally lacking In royal marriages. 1'ije ceremonies were tlie same simple uul unritualistlo rites of the reformed ihuich by which the humblest of the Hiecn's subjects weic married. The i hole spirit of the altair was plain and Jumociatlc , although the costly gowns hid jewels and the showy uniforms of listingulshed personages , high otllclals tf tlie kingdom , the army and the a...

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 — 14 February 1901

( So , Republican PohUihcd every Tbnrmlay At ( tie Comity Bent. It , lit. AMHIUUIIIY , . lUlltor fca-OAlco In Cntor Hlock , Fonrth Ate.-fcr Entered nt the pottnfllco at lirnkcti How , tlcb , no ecoobd.clnce matter Tor trnntmltslon through tlioU 8. MalU. SCUSCKHTJON I'KICK ! Une Tnnr , tu advance , , , , , , , , , , , , . gl DO TilUKSDAY , FEB. 14 , 1001 , The hill to locate two additionol Normal schools ono in the Fifth nnd one in the Sixth congressional district , passed the house Tuesday afternoon. These sohoola.aro needed and it is hoped the senate will concur with the house in this measure. North Platte Tribune. Now that the Irteuds of the dear people are turned out of office at Lincoln yo'u may expect nil kinds of corruption to be disclosed. The tirat thing of the kind is the dis covery timt "Reformer" Porter , late secretary of state , took along with him when he went out of olUoe about 81,000 of atato money. Thin money was received by him an foes in connection with the live s...

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 — 14 February 1901

in * 1 / " " 1 t i1" r I Our Stock is going fnet at the following piioea. Come early and got your share 12 Ibs Oat Meal 25o 0 Iba boken Rico 24o 6 Ibs Good Prunes. . . 26o 3 Ibs Good Now Peaches S4o 6 Ibs Navy Beans 2f > u a. 10 oa bottle Queen Olirog 15o 8 bars of Silk Soap 26o 12 bars of Tepee Soap 26o 1 Iboan HEEKINBKKN IlKuCoFFKKS 1 Ib pkgc " MA.DJA l7o These arc only a few peed thingn found in this mine. Up on our aide is a now line of Hatfi , aud erery day New Goods ootne down the shaft that is kept buay bringing them. HARRY DAY Northeast Corner of Public Square. GROCERY ! Having bought the stock formerly owne'l by A. Wallace , we have added a complete 8T0CK And are prepared to aell as CHEAP AS TI1K CHEAPEST. PRVIT , OVaTKAt * niicl CKL.K1C.V IN hIJASON Butter and Eggs taken in Exchange. Goods delivered to any par ! of the city. Give us a trial. A. A. COLLOM. JLJBU COAL We are Out for COAL BCOXG&ir. We want to fill jour With our famous NIGGERHEAD and CANON CITY Coal We ...

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 — 14 February 1901

ft TEXAS CRUISER -BY- T. ntTRTTN < 5AMH ROBS OOOOO < XXXXXXOOOOOC < XXXXXXX > OIIAPTKIl III. Whrn Captain Howard reached the ihorc where his boat wns , ho fouiul n tecond hoot there , In which there were lour men , the fifth one of her men doing inon the bench , This latter runn How ird recognized ns n fcrscant of one of ( he companies Htntionoil ut Mntninornn , rhose name wns Needier. "Come , " cried the captain , "let UN gem m board and linve some supper , niul then we'll do oiir business. " In a few minutes more the party were m the schooner's deck. Supper wn.i N ady , nnd the captain invited Needier to hl/i / cabin , while the other men , who rere privates , went forward with the Brew. "Now , " said ITownrd , "what news do fen bring from MatntnornsV" "The colonel sent me up , nlr , " returned ( he sergeant , "to inform yon that that lotorlous Mexican pirate WHS In our wnt- irs. " "Hal" uttered Howard , dropping bin ttilre , "do you mean Ttitlel ? " "Yes , sir. It mus...

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 — 14 February 1901

CAUGHT Released by Pe-ru-na = Congressman i Howard's Recovery-Congressman j Geo. H. White's Case. I * Grippe Is epidemic catarrh. It spares BO class or nationality. The cultured and the Ignorant , the aristocrat and tbo puipcr. the masses and the classes are alike subject to la grippe. None are exempt all are lia ble. ble.Hare Hare you the grip ? Or , ratlirr , has the crip got you ? Grip Is welt named. The irlglnal French term , la grippe , has been hortened by the busy American to read * * jrlp. " Without Intending to ilo so a new word hai been coined that exactly describes lie case. As If some hideous Riant with wful GRIP had clutched us In Its fatal lasp. Men , women , children , whole ton us tnd cities are cnught In the baneful grip of t terrible monster. PE-RU-NA FOR GRIP. Mrs. Dr. C. D. Powell , President of Ep- worth League , also President of Loynl Tem T perance Legion , write * from C'hehalla , Wash. : "I have used gereral remedies In cn es of aerere colds aud la grippe , ...

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 — 14 February 1901

Fullhart Murder Trial. m. OXLKY ON TIHAL FOR HIS LIFE The Cn o Ably Prosecuted by County Attorney Klrkpulrlck , C. II. Jlol- tomb ami J S. Klikpatrk'k , and Defense Conducted by Wall and Dean. Tim case of the murder of W. JI. Fullhart , who WAS found dead 18 miles north west of Ausolmo , on the 24 of lust November , was oom- menoed Monday withe Judge II. M. Sullivun on thu bench. All day Monday and until 10 o'clock Tuca- day won oooipiod in scouring a jury. The regular panel was exhausted on the first day and talcHtnon had to be celled to iill up the jury. Judge Wall , for the defense , objected to the sheriff summoning the talesmen and the court appointed E. Taylor , ox deputy under Sheriff Leisure to servo as special deputy for that pur pose. Thu following is a list of the jury finally chosen : G. T. Rob inson , Broken Bow ; Godfrey Nan. HelCaliaway ; II. Wilko , West Union ; Jas. May , Callaway ; T. D. Gill , Genet ; Quo Cox , W , P. True , Georgetown ; J. L. King , liyiio ; Jaso...

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 — 21 February 1901

11UL - * " / frn , . , 11 1rt 00 VOL XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 21 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO. 36 The elze of tbe lens has much to do with comfort or discomfort of your glasses. I Lenaea too largo mean Increaprd weight , annojlng reflections , un- slghtlinesi. LCDEUB too email bring still greater annoyanc B. Taste and skill in tbe selection of lenses , and etyle of mounting , I as well as an accurate correction of all refractive errors , go to make my glasses moet becoming and most comfortable I Graduate ot Chicago Opthalmlc College. School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , / , I * AT J. C. Haeberle s. It Itui't the material tn t Into vaur repaired watcli ttiat rettn tM in a perft ct lou , uiBtne i rjou ; Jtou ; that dots thebut'iuees , any bungler can buy tin- tine kinds nt material thut i u-e in repairing ; but fckill IB the. most valuable material thut jan bu need In watch repairing ; and tbu bunjrler cun't buy it. l eell my skill ( or what...

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 — 21 February 1901

Custer County Republican .ai. A.MM CuKV , liilliornixl ItUOKKN Thlh Is the age of sti-ol sue Unit you pell It correctly. As to dllllcnltloH In the way of nn tethmlan canal , In the very nature of things It cannot be all plane sailing. Persons who remark on the way Snrali Hernhardt hold- her youtli cease to wonder when they arc asked to pay $5 for a scat Russell Sage Bays he thinks Provi dence Is guiding him We Inylst , how ever , In belli'vliiB that Providence Is In better business. The ImbloH of the Dnko of York may hnvo Hculptoro to cut their bustH In marble , but they have to cut their own teeth just like the unroyal. While singing a love SOUR under the window of hlH Hweotheart'8 Home , a New York beau hot himself , Instead of waiting and letting some member of the family do It Oadct Ilobson arknowIedRCH that he wart almost Htrangled In being com pelled by the WCHI Point cadets to Btand on bis head In a bathtub , but he did not call that hazing. Perhaps It In not hazing unions th...

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 — 21 February 1901

MAiNY Dili JLtf A ALUM MEAGRE DETAILS OF A DISASTER None I > ft to Toll of It Krsry Workman hixljrltin I , Iti ported Klllnl-Ons < ftti fH n I2xp o-lon l'lr UutlorKrouuU out 4h Iteiouern. VICTORIA , B. 0. , Feb. 10. What la reared will ba one of the most horrlblo Bilno accidents in the history of the "dominion took place this forenoon at the Union mines , owned by the Wel- llngColllery company , of which James JHinsmuir , the premier of the province , Is the principal shareholder. The tel egraphic advices received so far give no complete story of the accident but newspaper correspondents are now hurrying to the scene on steamers and tug boats and the full facts will short ly be obtainable. As near as can bo gathered an ex plosion took place about 11 o'clock yesterday In No. 0 shaft , situated In the village of Cumberland. There were sixty men In It when the explos ion took place and not one of them cs- apcd. The explosion ignited the mine , wrecking the shaft from mid- tray do...

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 — 21 February 1901

L ( Jo. IlcpuWtcau Pnblfched every Thursday nt the Comity Seal. I ) , AMHIIItUItV , - KOI tor .VO < ace In Cotter Ulock , Fourth ATo.-ft Knteml nt th" po tofflce at Broken ( low , Neb , ID i > eX > ud.cU8 mutter for UtDfmliffIon tliruugti tliu D. S. Mulls. aniHt'JUiTJON I'HIOK ; One Year , In advance SI (10 ( THURSDAY , FEB. 21 , 100h Jaa. Gftllalwu , of Omaha , II.TH been arrested JIB ono of the HURpuotH connected with the kidnaping of Eddie ( Judaliy. EddieidcntificH him as the man who caught him on tlio street and kept guard over him in the deserted IIOUHO. 0 , O. Liri'l , ohairc an of the county boardJwas over from Wayne township thojatter part of last week Ho went to Alcrna to look after the county poor farm and the tmt of week the went to Lincoln accom panied by supervisor G. M. Thorp. About forty masked men at Mil- wood , Kansas , attempted to demol ish a saloon , owned by a man by the nntnu of Hudson , Mrs. Roar Hudson , who ran to the door of the saloon on hearing ...

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 — 21 February 1901

GROCERY i Having bought the stock formerly owned by A. Wallace , we have added a complete STOCK of And are prepared to Roll as CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. * imurr , OVHTKRN nnti ciitimv IK HIJAHON Butter and Eggs taken in Exchange. " " " * " " - " " " " " " - " " ' * Goods delivered to any part of the city. Give us a trial. A. A. COLLOM. isjtai are Out for I COAL MCMGWETZ * . Wo want to flll your Ooetl With oar famotiR NIGGERIIEAD and CANON CITY Coal. Wo knowour coal will satisfy the moat skeptical. Our prices , our quality and our weiphta are in youi favor. We will not be UNDERBID BY OUR COMPETUORS. Foster & Smith Lumber OeM 79. WILL RULE , Manager. Get Our Prices on Eastern Hard. GOAL firi'i "ii mm ri -THE - lm One Dollar r Per Year. TIME TABLE , BROKEN BOW , NEB. Lincoln , Denver , Omaha , lloluna , Chicago , Itutte , St. Juaepb , 1'ortland , fc KanaoH ( Jlty , Salt Lake City , St. Louis , and all i-an Kraucieco , points eu > t and south. and all points west. No. 13 Vejlibuled ...

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 — 21 February 1901

THE TBXAS CRUISER -UY- T. I1UI MN < 1AMI4 HOBS 0000000 < XXXVXXXXXXXXXXXX > CHAPTER IV.-tContlntiotl. ) By this tiuie the crow wen- all nwnlte , ad as noon us the lantern en me the cap tain seized it nnd hurried down the Ind- dcr , nnd sprnnR to the place where the pirate chieftain Imd been confined. Hut heavens ! whnt n Bight met his gnzel There lay Nathans , the man who hud been | lnccd to watch the prisoner , with short , heavy Iwwlc-knlfc driven clenr through his right temple , the point pro- trndliiK just below the left cnrl For a moment Clarence Howard was trtruck dumb with horror The pirate chief was jone , and this was his parting mark ! Without a word the cnplaln sprung upon the deck. "Man the boat ! " he K spcd , In a hoarse , ehoklns tone. "All ready , ulr , " reported Hart. "Did jrou find " "He's gone ! Go In the boat , Mr. Hart , * nd be sure you take that man alive If you can. O , do not miss him. Oil , now , and buckle to those oars with n will. Where's the b...

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 — 21 February 1901

THE STATE LEGISLATURE A Warm Fleht In the House Over the Bill to Increase the Bond In Foreclosure Cases. MR. HARLAN'S CHARTER BILL tko Two Houses do Considerable Work Rotwlthstasdlag the Senatorial Fljlit. The waryiest fight of the session on pure technicalities of a bill occured in committee of thu whole house over a bill of McCarthy to provide that when a foreclosure case is taken up to supreme premo court on appeal , the bond given must cover the revenues of the prop erty during the p < ndency of tlie suit. Taylor of Ouster opposed the bill , which was championed by McCarthy , and for over an hour a running light was kept up , resulting in recommend ing the , bill for passage. Several other measures allecting practice in courts were discussed , and two were recom mended shortening the time allowed to perfect an appeal to six months from one year. Following are some of the claims on file to be considered by tlie committee : P. B. Ilibbard- , for services as deputy food commissi...

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 — 21 February 1901

Oxley Found Guilty. I [ CONOt.UniCO KKOM KIITII 1'AOlc ] , I went with him to sec the land , "We went on top of hill on place , and from there could see nearly all the land. The man went from there towards Fullhart's , to sec Fullhart ; told him -where I thought he could find Fullhart. North of us we could see two objects , one large dark object and one small object , about ; i mile north of Fullhart's house. Sat- urday Wesley Kichardson and I went to tell Fullhart that I had some of his horses , and wanted him to take care of them. I went to see Murphy , to tell him that I had some of his cattle ; went first to Murphy's ; told him about his cattle , and gave him a written notice. 1 wont from there to Fullhart's ; went to his house , and found no one there ; saw horses aroundmostly work horses. I went to the watering place to look for him. I saw nothing of him , and went back to the house. We both went in ; looked around in the house and in the bed. The bed was in the second room. I...

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