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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 14 March 1901

u a H y u t * pIn " /p In Ocxuntrv. , . - - v - Our Stock in going faat at the following piioes. Coma early and got your aharo : la 1'J Ibs Oat Meal 36o I V 0 IbB broken Riuo 24o s 0 Iba Good Prunes 25o 3 Iba Good New Peai-hea 24o 0 Ibu Navy Beana 10 oz , bottle Quoou Olivua ICe 8 bars of Silk Soap 2 > o 13 bare of Tepco Soap Ir ] > u 1 lbuanHBBKiNsKENllKKCoFFKR30o 1 Ib pkge " MADJA " I7o These are only a few peed things found in this mine. Up on our side is a now line of Hatu , and tvery day New Goods oome down the abaft tbat is kept busy biinging tUom. HARRY DAY & CO Northeast Corner of Public Square. Hi The People's ' National Family Newspaper , Pnbllshcd Mon Published on day , Wednesday Thursday , and HEW aud Friday , IB in HEW l-nown for nearly reality a flm , ( re h , tlxty years In eTery oTery othsr . day part of Uie United Dally , glvlug the MtatciisuNntlomil la tot ncuson days Family Nen ptipor of isane , nnd cover of the highest clasu , ing uorri of the for f min...

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 March 1901

THE I TEXAS II CRUISER I -BY-- - - - . , 1 T. mmitN"AMr ; : CHAPTER IX.-Coutiniiud. ( ) "Fttlier , " cried the unhappy Blrl , ulnk- tag npon her knees , niul once more claspIng - Ing her hands. "Oh , will you not KIIVO me from this terrible doom ? What have I ever done that you should thtiH consign me to Hliaine and misery ? How have I rer , by a sliiKle word ur deed , merited this from you ? Oh , have pity on inc. Spare mel" The dark man Mood for a few moments nd Buzcd upon the child In silence. Then he gave her his hand and lifted her to her feet. His frame trembled , nnd his and once more * yc burned strangely ; Irene saw that name look that bad before made her shudder. "You would be naved from .Tllok Tn del ? " he uttered , In n quick , . , norvou * whisper. h "Yes Oh , yesl" the maiden replied. Bhe Rated up Into IIH ! face as Hhe spoke , but she shrank from the look Hhe met there. It was not a kind look It was not * threatening one. Oh , she could not fathom It. "I hare promise...

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 March 1901

It Hangs On We arc talking about your cough. One cold no sooner passes offbefcre another comes. But it's the same old cough all the time. And it's the same old story , too. There is first ' the cold , then the cough , then pneumonia or consumption , with the long sicknecs and life trembling in the balance. Ayer's Cherry loosens the grasp of your cough. The congestion of the throat and lungs is removed ; all in flammation is subdued ; the parts are put perfectly at rest , and the cough drops away. . p. i Three sizes : 250. , 5oc. , $1.00. All drug- gists. J. C. AVER Co. , Lowell , Mass. Akron O. , is said to have thirty-live rabor unions and about 4,200 union men. Wlmt he AVnutcl Need , Customer ( hesitatingly ) 1 suppose -cr--you have some er- suitable books for a man er about to he mar 1 ried ? Bookseller Certainly , sir. Here , John show this gentleman some of our account books largest size. Tit-Bits. In Prospect. Mr. .Billus Johnny , is there any hot water in the house ? I've man...

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 March 1901

WALTER CLARK BOUND OVER. 1'robabluinisu ( of ( Jullt of Alias i'rudy Alton's Store itt Welasert. Monday and Tuesday the county court was occupied part of each day in hearing the preliminary in a case of the state against Walter and Harry Clark of the vicinity of VVoiHsert. From the evidence pro duced , it appeared that on the 30th dqy of May , some person or persons torn away a portion of the wire screen ever thu window at thu Woissort store owned by Miss Prudy Alien , out ! entered through the window , sometime in the night and rcmovod a uady of horse shoe tobacco , a box of cigars , part of a box of candy , four pocket knives , and between 5.00 and $8.00 from the cash drawer. No arrests vrcre made at the time , and the matter had almost been forgotten by many who hoard of it , until a few days ago when information charging Walter and Harry Clark , two boys of the vicinity with the crime was filed in the county court. The case was brought before Judge Armaur Monday for a hear ing. ...

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 March 1901

Uti 111,1 Lbr ! rl u VOL XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 21 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES. NO. 40 , I A KOOI ! watcl1 , ono Unit nuvcr stopa In Its frnxulepi tut" , on dial keeps correct tliuu mid ilooH not need repairing , in A treasure toltlic man of nilalrs Hint liu values highly I Imvo H inngniHceiit Block of flue witclirs In limiting niicl > ) > nu face tir Ladles iiJ Gentlemen , of ttin ( Incut imtke < In ili world nnil In rlob and hand- uotuo cafitc Graduate of Chlcauo Opthalmlo Collage. School Books , Tablets * AND School Supplies , AT J. G. Haeberle's : It iHii't tlie timt KO H Into vunr , J repaired -\vutcli Unit reNiiits in a perlt ct t i > . itis tiie flow that clot's the business , any bungler can buy the tine kinds < > t material tbut 1 u"O In repairing ; but fakill id the uiobt vnlutiUie oiuterinl Unit ; au be used In wutch repairing ; and the bungler cun't buy It. i Bell my skill ( or wbat It la worth uud It will cost you less tl...

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 March 1901

Custer County Republican . M , AMSI'MiUlY , r. IU..rninl I'lilillnlicr BKOKKN How , NKIWAHKA Thu preacher who olliuliitcd at tlic Vandcrbllt wedding got $ G,000 tor tlio lob. Goodness , how nervous he must bhve been I ( n tlicsc Kentucky fends , Instead of Itrinlng tliPiiiKulvcfl to tlio iculli , lliero Vr.onld bo ICRH luinn If they merely nhot fed their uioiiths. A Chicago man Rhot another for pilling Boino salt , in thin cauo salt floosn't seem to have been particularly ffcctlvo as a llfc-glver. While less Is belli ) ; heard of the money question , there will always bo differences of opinion oti the mibjcet. Wiore are oven two sides to a penny. According to the Intent fnxhlon notes , ( bo waist with a V open front Is ac counted decidedly smart. Anything In tlio elmpo of a V meets with our ap proval. \ , A WlflCoiiMn man was made Rpooch- k a by the grip ; lu moat cnsi'H It oper ates the other way to the extant of Im pelling people to Bay things not proper to bo repeated In polite s...

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 March 1901

AT REST IN TOMB. Irtnml Funeral Scrtlcr * for General Hni- rlson. INDIANAPOLIS , March 18. In th'c tenter of a hollow square , composed of fully 15,000 of his lellow citizens , the Remains of Benjamin Harrlnon wore yesterday afternoon Intcncd in the family lot In Crown II 111 cemetery : Close by the grave \\ere the members Whls family , President McKInlcy and pthcr visitors of distinction and more Intlmrte ft lends of ( Jem-nil Hani.son. Back a distance ot tlfty yaids behind Jopcs , guarded zealously by huge foices W police , stood with uncovered hehds the great multitude who knew him not Jo well as they who stood beside the treshly upturned earth , ahd who hon ored him fully as much. It Is dou > > t- tul if any public man , at least In this fcneratlon , was borne to his last rest ing place among so many manlflesta- Mons of respect. Of passionate grief fthero was little beyond the members of his family , but the tribute of re- ipoct was universal. 1 1 came from all Bllke , fro...

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 March 1901

uotci ( So. Jlcjwblican fnbltihcd oTcry Thnrtday at thkContitr H at. 0 S. OSIHWNE , - Lucitl Editor A D MANAUIH JOD PmNTINQ U1.PAHTMIHT. O-Cultc lii On t r block , Fourth ATB 'V Kntcrcd nt tli pontoltloo nt Btokcu How , Neb , HI ffoouil-clMn uikttar tor niuiiuilirluu tbrouyu ttiaU. H. MtllR. I'UICK One Veur , In ivlrnnoe ft UO TI1UKSDAY , MAHCIl 21 , 1001. April iHt it IH thought will bo the day that will bo agteod upon for the Icgislnturo to adjourn. Sunators Tliurcton and Carter have been appointed ( : oiiiminnionorH of the World'ri Fair , to bo .hold at St. LoHinin 1903 , by the pruHidunt. Gov. Dietrich IH lo bcuotninundud for hit ) special inuUHago to the legir- lature , accompanied by a bill limit ing the Hulary of ihc olurk of tliu nuprcmo court to $1,500. It HOOIIH lo hnvu bcun thu prauliuu of tli < > clerk ( o appropriate all tliu fees of thu ollioo to his salary and hlu ac- NirilnntHauiountiiig to abotilf ! > 0,00 ( ) . A similar bill wan voted down in the soimto w...

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 March 1901

IUUUUUI ( JUUJJ Ooiaoo.1rv. Our Stock in going fast at the following piioes. Come tarty and got your share : prFiTOFF3cwTrwiftruuM 7JLraiTOcrairjf ? gn t gr Lvuifli TOTOfCT [ is 12 Ibs Oat Meal 10 oz. bottle Queen Olivua lOo 6 IbH broken Rice 24o 8 bars of Silk Soap 26o 0 Ibs Good Prunes 26o lil barn of Tepee Soap 2fio 3 Ibs Good Now Poni'lies 24o 1 Iboan HEBKINB KEN ElEECorFKE30o 0 Ibs Navy Beans 1 Ib pkge " MARJA I7o ; m Hitigi'HimBaHgimBKiCTBiiffiiracniiKngtai These are only a few peed things found iu this mine. Up on our side is a now line of Hate , and every day New Goods come down the shaft that is kept buay bringing them. HARRY DAY & CO. , Northeast Corner of Public Square. ir n HOUSE. , t One Nig-ht Only , Saturday , March 30th , RICHARD & PRINGLE'S . FAMOUS GEOKGIA MINSTEELS A big- merry round of 50 minstrel stars. 2 supurb bands. 4 swell English Boule vard traps drawn by Kentucky thoroughbred horses. Special train of Pullman cars. Street parade at 2,3U p. m. Nation...

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 March 1901

THe TEXAS CRUISER DY- T. mtKMNQAMH { cooooooooooooc CHAPTER X.-tContlmu'd. ) Tbe road from the city run for ncnr y 0 mil * nd luilf over tin- low , " ' X turn.-l . ah- nnd then It of the- lien , to the wcbtwnnl , wlmlinB nlo'R ' it numerous hills of ' IAt " ° un of three hourN they had traveled o little over nine mile * , and UN thoj now clump of Mnnll * n > to a ipot wlu-rc a HtandlnK place In the teM iad found n pnd , they ( .at . down to rent for a while. $ kut they dared not Mop too long , anil fit fiflcrn minutes , Irene the foil of some MM ihe was ready to start on , though Oonwlea had informed that that he could tfo no further. " "I munt leave you ; -And now , he hold , tat I can direct you so that you cannot tata your wny. On this rend you must fcrarfl nearly debt miles further ; you ylll ften come to a mnnll framed house , be stand. Of course lter * which h a water pou cannot mlm this. About n nuurlcr It this will Imd a nnr- a mil- beyond you horse path turnlnK from the ...

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 March 1901

Poverty' * rrn lty. "Poverty's no orlmo , " said the Job's wmfurtcr. "Maybe not , " replied the poor man , bub It seems to be punishable bj aahi labor for life. " i'hlladolphlii fcccord. Too I-nto. Ue "And So you refuse me ? " flue " 1 do. " He "Then , proud beauty , know the truth , I am the Inventor of a success ful dish-washing machine. Only one 1U ever be made , and the woman rho marries me will have IK , Ah , ha ! IParewelll" $100 KuMiml , $100. The renders of this piip r will be pleased B learn that there is at k-nst one dreaded lltease that science hns been nblo to mire h all Its etudes nndtlm < isUntnrrh. Hall's Bfetarrh Cure Is iho only po-ltlve cure now fnown to the me .tciil Iraternity. Catarrh lnga constltutiomil disease requires 11 JonBtitutlonui treatment. Jlnil's Catarrh Dure t taken i itiTivdly , noting directly ipon Iho blood and mucous aiirlucfd M the system , thereby destroyIng the foundation or i ho disease , mid giving the Ihtlent strength by building up the ...

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 March 1901

Additional Local. T.T. Williams , of Ansleynuulii this office Ji friendly call today. Mrsr A. C. Bnird , of Omaha , is visiting1 in the city. This ofliee acknowledges ; i friendly call. The Moore sisters are having- the rooms formerly occupied by the Populist fitted up , and will move into them in a few days. Mrs. Franc Moore is building- hennery on the block northeast of her residence , where she will try her luck in raising- line chickens. She has some very line pure blood Buff Cochin , Partridge Cochin and BufT Lcyhonis. Mrs. W. S. Delano , of Lee Park , made this office a friendly call today. She IK Nebraska director of the M.B.A. order , and had just returned from Mapleton , Minn. , where a delegate conference was held on the I'Jth. She went there from Tiptpn , Iowa , where the board of directors met on the Mill. Mrs. Delano is arranging dates in iHcurusKu lor supreme Secretary JUlliott for the first week in April. lie will probably be at Broken Bow on Thursday , the 4th. Yeste...

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 — 28 March 1901

Bute HUt Librarian fc fcf , 4w * tf. XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 28 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES. NO. 41 , A ditlnty , dollculo piece of jew elry adds to ti o nttruutiveuess of a woman as no other Article ot per- fODiu adnruuiont cuu. (5ood ( jewelry nought of a re liable jeweler Is always a pleasure to tlm bnliplder and n Futlsfnction to the posatbjor. In jewelry Bulling I nni not iihviivs tin lowest in price , but ill ways best In quftlltv. a"d ns low na anybody can eull jewelry equal ly a Kood. Another point I prefer to innke one eatlsfactnry sale rather thnu make the prollts on a dozen 1 umntlsfftctoty ones. uriuluftte of Chicago Optlinlmlo College. School Books , P Tablets AND School Supplies , AT J. G. Haeberle's : It luii't tlie iiiuterittk Unit tfotr tutu v-our repaired watcli tliut r . -NiiitH In a perfect on , U Is tne that does thobumuess , tiuy bungler etui buy the tine klndu of materlul tlnvt I HSU In repairing ; but ekill id the moat vnhmble in...

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 — 28 March 1901

Custer County Republican 3S.M. AMNl.lIUHYi KilltoriiiKl rtilillftlint tBKOKKN BOW , NlClHlASKA Hio girl rouilora of "I'rutty L'olly I'cr- klus. " by liubrlulh' 1-3. .liickson , wrllo entliufrlustlcully ri'KimlltiK It , autl Uio book Is liiivlnjf u wlilo wilt- . Win. Dean Howulls , tlie foroinost lltf- tire In American letters to- < lay , IH to bts one of .the literary mlvlMits to the reor ganized house of Hurnor & Bros. "The Hlo&rupliy of a Baby" Is the < ltlo of un iiniiuinil volume by Miss Mil- liceiit W. Slniin. Mli-H Shiini Is u Call- JTornliui ami still lives there. Shu him always hocu lutereslod In babies , and ins nmdo a careful study of them both Rfl teacher and friend. Mlsn Martini Hoekco inint , whoso vet uine of e iys vailed "A Uaiden ot Samples" was recently published , died not long ago at the lioine of her brother In Dutvliess County. Now York. Slid was the daughter of the late Augustus Kllnl and Catherine I'.ocUee , who was a daughter of Judge lloekei * ...

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 — 28 March 1901

IA. GLOOMY .VIEW LONDON OFFICE SEES NOTHING BRIGHT IN FAR EAST. Bluitn n Meimro to IV rc Tnpnn Krmly to Tnko Up Onunllrt Thrown Down WauU Only n I'rco Itniiil Willing o go Wbrsro KitBliiiul 1'enrtMl ( o Tri-ntl. LONDON , March 2'5. The foreign ofllco takes a gloomy view of the situ ation in the cast , in spite of the. set tie- went of the Tien Tsln question , and entertains grave Tears that the rela tions between Japan and Russia may shortly reach the danger point. Judg ing from Information obtained hero Japan has conlidcd to at lea t s. me of the powers her determination to op pose at all cost any secret arrange ments between Russia and China by which Russia would secure territorial or other advantages near Korea. The foreign oillce has received no confirma tion that the Japanese fleet is mobiliz ing , but It tvould not be surprised to learn that such were the facts. A high British olllclal said today : "All Jiipan wants Is a tree hand u alnst Russia. This she has got so faros Engl...

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 — 28 March 1901

fiJW/c- / , -j- (10. ( HcpuWican Imrsday nt tb County Bent. J2KUY , Editor Local Editor _ AMOMANAOtN f JOU PRINTIMO DirAKTMINT. jtn-C < llcu In Cantor lilock , fourth ATc.-fcr iitrrcd nt tbu | K ) tomco at llrokah lluw , Nvb , Bf K-cond UfK tnnttor ( or trnnniulf elou tbrooifh thu U. 8. Malls. SUUSOHnTION 1'HICK : One Ynar , In lulvnnco Jl < W THURSDAY , A1AHU11 , Tuo 1 , Attorney Gen. Gnggs has handed to the president his resignation. It is stated that ho will roaumo the practice of law , and will bo associ ated with thu firm of Dill , JJornoui- tor & Baldwin , of Now York City , but will retain his residence iu Now Jersey. The wave of prosperity is being onjoyud by the southern itates as well as the northwest. 11. It. Poole tostitiod before the industrial com mission last week that during the past live years a large portion of the mortgages had boon lilted , and that farm lands had advanced to prices realized before the rebellion , ind that colored men who had formerly b...

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 — 28 March 1901

U 'A ffl kl _ * _ ! ! II II IV 111111 ii 1110 D a Our Stouk is going fast at the following piioes. Come early and got your share : 1 CiiS d ' 9 liEJ W3J L"JO IH * J ll CJ UUU UU3 Ea LITJ UUI l " K 12 Ibs Oat Meal 25o ( I G Ibs broken Rice 24o G Iba Good Prunes 96o 3 Ibs Good Now Peaches 24c 0 Iba Navy Beaua 2fio 1 K cn3ruifjT4i ( -n--f.rirrtnfnnT = ' 10 oz. bottle Quocu Olives 15o 8 bars of Silk Soap 26o 12 bars of Tepee Soap 25o 1 Iboan HKEKINBKEN 1 Ib pkge " MADJA " I7o These are only a few coed things found in this mine. Up on our side is a now line of Hatfl , and every day Now Goods come down the shaft that is kept busy bunging thorn. HARRY DAY & CO. , Northeast Corner of Public Square. ' " " " ' ' ' ' " ,8'y""fl , H" TI rfi'T'l jr'BFT'I "I ! SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS. MKUBEHH UK THE BOAIIU ! \ l.V. . Savaifu , of SarRent District No. 1 John CJooney. of W t Union , " ' U U. II. Thorpe , of Hrokon Bow " ' a I'.O. Llnd , of Gothenburg ' ' 4 J. F. llrechbnhl , of Aniiulmo , " ' D...

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 — 28 March 1901

THE TEXHS CRUISER I T. IMWT/INr.AMK -UY HOHH < > OC < > C > OOOCO < XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX > OHAl'TKIt XI I.--Continued. ( ) The Mexicans labored under dinadvnn- UKC on nil hands. They were wholly un armed , and the suddenness nud i > trance- ness of UK > attack si nick thoin with n dcfcrec of astonishment thnt nearly upset their po\\erp. Within IIvo minutes from the time thnt Mat- Wayne reached the deck the eight men who wore on deck were down and bound. The feat of knock ing them down WIIH very easily perform- td for when the YaiikceB Unit came upon ihcm they hud nil Rnthered wmiderltiKly bout the fallen man. and thus they be- fan to full ere they knew any more bnd kft the boat. The outcries of the man at the helm eon brought Cnptnln Mipdon to the deck , but he wus knocked down ere he had lakcn a doion steps forward , and In a moment more his feet wenIn n nee c formed on the end of the topgallant hal liards. His hands were then l ound be- 'hind him with a piece...

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 — 28 March 1901

Hanif-Viule WhitlmllN. "Before Investing In a steel mill , tow- era nnd tanks for farm uses , " writes n correspondent of the Rural New York er , "I had studied nt length a number of contrivances for harnessing the winds. The weak point of the Go De11 * nd kindred devices Is found In Its In ability to meet winds from varying points. In most localities much time .s lost by calm weather through having to wait for favorable winds. 1 con cluded to adopt the following modifica tion of a child's toy , as combining cheapness and power with extreme simplicity of construction. It Is made as follows : A vertical axis of any suit able dimension Is provided with four horizontal arms crossing at right angles , at the ends of which are verti cal crossbars lor the support of the Tancs Upon these crossbars should be hinged frames covered with' canvas or other light material , as In Ii'lg. 1. " The correspondent accompanies his re marks with descriptive sketches ami adds : "As the arms are revolved ...

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 — 28 March 1901

Obituary DuuAdit Margunt llower ? , ditngliter of Mr. and Mt Vincent lowe * wn boru February 13 , UA8 , In Lumu Co .Illinois. ud illeil at her home tiuur Wcl * en. Cuatur count ) , tinbraikn , February 13 , IWI-aged tuctly ! W yean. bhu waH married to Lewis K. Towu , Fob. U2 , IdHO. lu Decem ber , 1883 , they oanio to Cuntor Co. , wlnub ha * Hiiiuu beun ttiuir homo. Bliu leaven to mourn liur IOHH hur hnabaud audsuvon children , her father and mother , two sisters , and a host of fncudti , whose nnmbor is limited only by the upbore oi her acquaintance Several years ago who was truly converted to tlie loving service of God , and ever aftei lived as an exemplary Ohriat- , iaa. In every relation f life , as daughter , ulsters , witc , mother and frioi.'d , her charaetor and life was above reproach , The ordinary phrases of regret , sympathy , condolence or praise sootu trite and common-phou when applied to suoli a life and character. Perhaps no uioro fitting epitaph oould be written for...

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