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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 4 April 1901

„ X l-jl" ' * * -V VOL , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , APRIL 4 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO. 42 , BUILT LIKE A WATCH Ilullt like watch , That's the watchword tint denotes er- c.illonclpi In 'In' bicycle , the eutvlni ; OIK- rhiiir. toil Mil instruinonts wolrh ap- | ir < irtcb the acme uf uivrhnalcnl perfection "Unlit like a watch" means the em bodiment ut acmracy Tliero la no ilnir machine , and rene for thci adjustment of which greater uechanl cnl skill U re < iuloe < l. Anybody can Us" a watch , but only the highest skill can proparly replace a broken part can nnko It mvaturu time , c < n tfUHrsutet. reliability. 1 make timekeepers out of that machine tailed a w ten .4 * rhilnate of Chicago Opthalinlc College. I School Books , Jj I 89 Tablets AND School Supplies , -AT J. G. Haeberle's : itiHit't Ilie material Unit ; ; ott * tutu > our repaired -\vutclt tliut results ii > a perfect I. . ; . , u is t > ie jlou ; -bueiimas , any CHII buy tin...

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 — 4 April 1901

Custer County Republicans .M. AMHIIKIIKY , Killtornml I'ubllnlmt How , NKUIUSKA s Mr. Carnegie ran now devote h's ' 3 Mrhnta time to unloading his accursed ( rvalth. What a great hit Mrs. Nation could tn&ko starting revolutions In South America. "Do not fall In love , " etc. , saya Mr. Carnegie. As If the ono who falls In fcovo could help Itl The fact that a Cincinnati audience rose and walked out of the house while * performance of "Hamlet" woa In progress IB not extraordinary. Such things have happened before , even when the house was not afire. ft' ' fe' * Edward of England wants to be Willed both cnipcior und king. Lie has drawn a full hand of titles , although tie waited a lung tlmn for the lucky cords. Now he desires to bo addressed M "Your Imperial majesty. " llow would "Your royal flush" do an a sub stitute ? Iteplylng to critics who had called Ihem "unpatriotic" because they order ed railway rolling-stock from the Unit ed States Instead of Great Britain , cer- bdn South...

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 — 4 April 1901

In the United States and Canada there are OGt > ,094 Odd Fellows and 037,304 Freemasons. 1 Many a woman has succeeded in making a fool of a man and some few women In making a man of a fool , A Boston letter carrier Philip Mar- phlngton has been thus employed since September , 183 $ . During the forty- two years of his service ho has walked Ter 76,000 miles. A careless waiter , while opening a bottle of cider In a Paris restaurant , BO held the bottle that the cork struck Mile. Andico in the eye , causing the loss of sight In that organ. She sued , and the restaurant proprietor was flned five thousand francs. Women In Austria tire never put in orison. A female criminal , no matter DOW terrible her record , instead of be ing sent to Jail , is conveyed to one of the convents devoted to that purpose , And there she is kept until the expira tion of the term for which she is sen tenced. Nothing is without use in the world. No use has been ascribed to the ver miform appendix : still it ...

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 — 4 April 1901

ffio , Publlilivd erery Thursday at Uiv County 8o t. D. M. AJWinTllKY\ Ktliior 0 S. OSIIOUNK , LucalEtlllor AND MANAOrn JOB PniftTlNU DIPANTMf NT. 3uO < llcc In Curler Ulock , Fourth Ate.- Untcrcdnt lire postnnico at llrok ii Uow , Neb , ti ( Oooml.cUe * matter for tnmmnltdoii lhrongh tlio U. 8. Malta. SUlJiJCHUTlON One Year , Inadrnuce. . . . . fl.lW THURSDAY , APltlL 4 , 1901 , Broken Bow lina for the third time declared by popular veto against licotiHo nnlootiH and the liquor trntlio. The nmjority is substantially as great an year , yet the vote wns not taa large ngaiiiHt an it wan last year , Count ing tboso under qtiarintinu and ab sent from the oily that wore oppon. ed to license the vole would havt- buuu forty-live against. Last year the vote against wan > I7. Gov. Dietrich ban Hhown the part ol witulout in deciding to vaoato the ollioo of governor , that Lieut.-Gov. Savage may occupy the gtiburna. tlonal chair. Nothing short of that would have satisfied the pubhu. When...

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 — 4 April 1901

i M B ILJEJI B El M B II Ml IV 1:0. : Oo-O.33.t-V. . Our Stook in going fast at the following prices. Como early and got your share : B KnHra si g 12 Ibs Ont Mcnl 25o Al 0 Ibs broken lliuu 24o C Ibs Good Prunes 26o 3 Ibs Good Now Peaches 24o 6 Ibs Navy Bonus 2f > o 10 OE. bottle Queen Olives IGo 6 bare of Silk Soap 2 > o 12 bars of Tepee Soap 2fio 1 Ib Can IfEBKINB KXN IIBBCOFJTKE 800 1 Ib pkgo " MADJA I7o remrt Si ThoHO are only a few good things found in thia mine. Up on our side is a now line of Hatn , and every day New Gooda oome down the shaft that ii kept busy bringing them. HARRY DAY Northeast Corner of Public Square. if BflBBBIIHIBB le People's ' National Family Newspaper , , Published Mon- "A ' "JV'FT'I11 ' ' day' Wi-Jue Ji v 1\T H.A / BuU F"J y. ' " ln daN Jy W reality a nnefr 9b , Tery other . day Dally , giving th * latiit uowBOudnyii cJlsiuc , and cover- lug UU\TI ot the W/B * 1 * & * & other three. Hcon- V f I PV t\ tains all Important ch W0WMBM forelKU C...

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 — 4 April 1901

' 1'- i i ilv THE TEXAS CRUISER -DY- T. mmi/TNr.AMK NORS , CHAI'TIOK XI V.Continued. ( . ) "Antonio St. Mnrc , " Hnld Tuilcl , nt this Juncture , "since tlieso people fnll ns , per- SiHpn you might loll what you know about it. " This was spoken In n half-threatening fc ne , and before St. Mure answered , In- directed the servants to withdraw. As ooon ns they were Kone he turned to Tir 4ol and In a low , decided tone he snldt "Scnor , you seem to hint that I have Bind Boino hand In KCttlnj , ' Ire no away from here. " "Upon my soul , you hit the mark moKt wondrous well , " returned the pirate , dc- eidlngly. "I Hhould think I ml { ht hit that part of Bt , nlnce you have given me M > good dl- 0-rc lions which way to look. But let this at once he settled. I know notlilnc of 41t jflrl's whereabout * , and n true its Sharon , I am n much miriirlsetl to find Ittr gone as you can bp. " , Tadel looked hln host In the face for porno moments , and the expression which trwtcd there plainly ...

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 — 4 April 1901

aXJMOE OF THE WEEK TORIES TOLD BY FUNNY MEN THE PRESS. dd , Carlotla ) aud Laughable I'huiee CUnainii Nature Uruiihtcullj 1'or- trajcd by Kuiluctit Word ArtlnU of Oar Una l > ay-A liudcet of Vua. Fanner Sklutlint ( reading sign ) Bye- lght tested free uv charge. By goahl MamlyIn I go nn' find out If it's hurt- In * uiy eyesight tew rend the paper. Mandy An' If it Is , nre yew goln * to quander good money on spectacles ? Farmer Skinflint No , sir-eel I'm go- In * tew give up the paper. Brooklyn Life. Why They Wcnr lints. "Do yon think , Minnie , that men are bald because they always wear their bats ? " "Oh , nol They always wear their hntfl boon use they are bald 1" Das Klelno Wltzulatt Horrible Thought. "He don't take no notice of me when I'm pushirr de baby aroun' . Ohl horrible rible thought ! I wonder If he thinks I'm married ? Then Tt Oronn Monotonous. Friend This free-and-easy , Bohe mian style of living must be very pleasant. Artist It is when you nro not com pelled to live...

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 — 4 April 1901

BKV.ITK IU1.I-H. . . - . Braatr tile No. M. by iinruin , ami-nd Ing the ( .rtndfial code n'tfurdlntf the crime of reduction. Henatf MkNo. . 15 , bjr Marian , ann-ud- Ing tht * criminal codertgardlrijc the crime of enticing children under lf > yiiint of njrr. Hf-riHto flk' , 134 , by Martin , to Birn-iifl section 11 > 7 of chapter 10 of the < rliulnnlode of the tate of Nobrn kn cntltlud offcnsex afulii t elertlon lawn ; imikliiK it unlawful to iiiiililntM or do- utroy hnlloU until the tlnif 1m expired too using Hit- i aiw UP fvldenrp In elec tion COIltCfltK. Seiiati' lllii IWfi. by Currle , to aim-nil K'hool lawn , uldlvl lon 0 , Hfctlon la nd Ib , original Kct'tloiiH , by legal izing tenehur * ' c-crtlllrnteu Issued by rdncatlonul liiMltntloiiM which mnlu- tiiln u t'oiirnc i'fiml | to thut of the mate iinlvrrMlty. Kenatf Ml1 * - " > < > . by U'rhf-r , to nrncnd fcctlon 11 , KiihdlvlHlon \ , chapter 70 of the compiled Mtatuteu of Ncbraidcn , 38SW , br providing that...

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 — 11 April 1901

VOL. XIX. BROKEN BDW , CUSTER COUNTY. NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , APRIL 11. 1901.--EIGHT PAGES. NO. 43. I The. CLOCK ivtfve You h TO an old clock on your otielf or Mowed awav In some dark yarrol , that 34 pcrlmin liasti'l licked tliu time of.lnyor . --4 nluul ( or ninny moons. It may Imvo Rood works Hint only need n lltllcnllanil lirupliltiK to mnlio It jnnt tlic thine fern kitchen clock. U e tlio 'plinne or drop ji postal card nnd I willsend for It. ( ttlicre la ny life left In your old .clock I'll ruTlve It nnd btliiK U home ID good order , at trivial exp Oraduste of Clilcaco Optlmlmlo College. School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , -AT . G. Haeberle's : fit A Lii Stock of c3i WALL WALLPAPER PAPER Ne\y Spring- Styles. Local - " i' Mention , .1. S. Lyons of Merna. made tine Hi on business call Tuesday. Gluji Johnson of Ansloy , was a visitor TuPHilay Ho has rented his roBidun < ! 0 property to lion Ilutton , B. QrovortH of Elton , WBH a fjriondly oallor at this oflioo Mon day. d...

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 — 11 April 1901

Custer County Republican > . Jtl. AMSIlKltHV , Killtnr nnd 1'nbllnlior N JIOW , NKIIIUSK.V Multifarious ghost stories should not be taken to Indicate the spirit of the times. Edward VII. Is said to like his Job. But work hiird as he may , there I.H no chance for promotion. Mr. Carnegie will flnd several per ron * Just as ready to net-opt $1,000,000 * month as ho is to give It nwny. Morgan and Rockefeller are watchIng - Ing Tcsla's efforts to communicate with Mara closely. They wnnt that planet. A dead body kept In a perfect condi tion in Hungary fifty-six yenrs , but thia affords polltlml "dead ones" no hope. With the experienced Mrs. Nation's rork excites no wonder. Most mar- fled men have long known what one determined woman can do. Things hnve come to that pass with the slugger the country over , that In- ttcad of putting up his hands an usual he's throwing them up In disgust. A now ruler of Great Hrltaln always has one big nd vantage. It In not JUT- wanry for him to hide from...

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 — 11 April 1901

i . . WAR NOT AT AN END- IBrltUh Informed 'Unit UOUM Will to I Inlsli. LONDON , April 8. Lord Kitchener has informed tlic war olllce that eigh teen volunteer companies , freed by rc- HcfR , arc coming home and that ar rangements are In progress for the Rp'cdy ' relief of further companies. He thus appears to ho endeavoring lo uicot the demand that fresh troops he tent to the front to replace the state men. men.The The Victoria correspondent of the Momlng I'ost , who warns Ills country * men against hoping for tin early tor- uilnatlon of huitllitlcs , or believing the stories that the Boers rtre tired of nar says : "It UecoiiK-s daily more evident that the Boers Intend to light to a finish. Many are Mirrendering , hut they are men of no standing. The real light ing men are still on commando : and ilthough the recently successful Brit ish operations tend to bring the end Bearer , it is evident that the Boers must ho completely crushed before a general surrender is probable. " It is re...

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 — 11 April 1901

* . * ftHM-- * , , * > . . , . ( Suffer I'lihllfhcil oTTy Thnrmlny nt the County 8o t. IK M. AMSHKUir " . Editor C S. OSItOKNK , . Local UNlor AND MANAGER JOII PRINTINQ DKPAnTMINT. fluO < llcii Mi Cnrtor IIlock , Fourth Are.-fcr Butvrvilnt Hie postolllro nt Ilrokon How , Nub. , in pocxiniUcUi-'H matter for tranmilpfllon tliruii 1' tLo U.S. Malls. HUHSCHIITION 1'KIUK : One Vc r , In advance fl.tti THURSDAY , APRIL 11 , 1U01. It is reported that Annelmo's vote on license was 30 to 0 , in favor of the open saloon. It would indi cate thnt there is no probability of tbo town going dry soon. Since Aguinaldo has been cap tured and tnkon the oath of alleg- iauoo to the United States , it will bo in order for Pettigrow and a few of his devoted followers in the United States to follow suit. The promotion of Fred Funston , to a brigadier general , as a rucogni- lion of his ability and courage as a soldier and commander , was the correct thing to uo , and will moot the general approval of...

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 — 11 April 1901

i I 9 9S taa Our Stock is going fast tit the following pi ices. Conio arly and got your share : 12 Ibs O.it Mual 25o 0 Ibs broken Rice 24o 0 lb Good Prunes 25o 3 Ibs Good Now Poaches 24o ( J Ibs Navy Beans 2fio 10 oz. bottle Queen Olives 15u 8 bars of Silk Soap 2ba 12 bars of Tepcu Soap 25u flTlCBKINsKKN lIltltCoFKKK300 1 Ib pkgo " MADJA I7o CTOCTnrllliiftlmainrJfeTaraEaiffirCTtTOCTmBatiraTOmira Those are only a few peed thiutis found iu tlm mino. Up on our side is a now line of and cvory day Now Goods oomo down tbo shaft tbat is kept busy bringing thorn. 5 HARRY DAY & CO. , Northeast Corner of Public Square. 's ' National Family Newspaper , Published Mon day , Wednesday HEW uml Frldaj , IB In reality n flin .Iretli , every older . day bally , giving tUu latest news on days oflsBilc , and coverIng - Ing news of tlm outer threo. It con YORK tains all Important foreign cable UCWH which appears In The Dally Trlbnno f came date , al o Domestic and For eign Correspond ence , Short St...

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 — 11 April 1901

THO EXAS I CRUISER -DY- T. IITTKMNCAMK KOBB I l 4 a K @ CIUl'TIM XV.-Contlnuod. ( ) "Here , " murmured St. Mure , plnclug feh band upuu his ri ht lironst. "It Htruck Bir here. " Tlir young priest tore open the donlilet , iiid RH lie did so a sviilcd packet full out. Ills eye caught the superscription , ntid picking It up ho placed it In hU own osom. hi a nioiuenl more Sun Hcnito came up. Jllok Twirl had also been laid npon the pniss , and the elder prieot had e n called to his side. "Are you fatally wounded , my son ? " holy man axlicd , nt the same time Ink- Ep p Die pirate's hand. Tudel opened his eyes and Riized Into face of the man who knelt'by Ills de , lie was upon the point of speak- i ; , but suddenly a strange light shot Across his pnllld features. With a ripus- fciodic mo\cinent he caught the priest by Die neck , and started up to a bitting pos ture. "Hal" he gasped. "By the nnlnts , thou dog , I know thcel III ! Hero Clarence Howard 1 the Yankee cap- In ! Seize him I" In ...

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 — 11 April 1901

TT" IUJ I U-J TAKEN FOR GRANTED. would lie uimislnx If It were not pathetic to note with how little skill wo conform to the peculiarities of the members of our family. Why cannot - not we learn to take their idlosyncru- dca for granted ? Given certnlu people and certain conditions , we know jus > t what to expect. It works out In al most every case as accurately as a problem In algebra , and yet we never fall to feel surprised and exasperated when the course of our friends Is not what we should miip out for them. People ple live together twenty , thirty , forty years , and yet do not learn to take each other for granted. The Indolence or wasted energy ; the lavlshness or parsimony of our companions , produce In uthe same sensations with the same degree of Intensity as If It were nil a new story , and In too nuiny cases calls forth the same Indignant and use less remonstrances. It Is not always as Important as we think that people should direct their lives and affairs along the li...

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 — 11 April 1901

F. T , IlnrkH I'ftSJC.t ' "ThiH community WIIH pained to learn Thurfiday morning of the sudden doruisu of one of Ansley's most highly osteomcd oiti/.unH , Mr. F. P. Barks. Last week ho was taken * ill , which confined him to his homo for several days. ' Friday and Saturday ho nns able to bo in his accustomed place in E. 11. Hurrows store. Monday he took n relapse and Hank rapidly until the final HtimmoiiH oitne , being Thurfl- day morning at 7 o'clock , The cause of death was inllamstion of the liver. " Aneloy Chronicle The KKI-UUUOAN joins with the friends of the doceacod in express ing sorrow over the death of F. 1 * . iJarks. Wo had personally known him fiinso 1873 , HOOII after ho locat ed in Grand Island , when ho wan ynt a young man. Ho was then engaged in the muldlury biuineBH exlensivoly , and had several handn employed making harness , lie wan a young man of cxemplimary hah- UH , energetic and strictly hoti9sl. Ho wai a native of Pennsylvania , having been born there in 185...

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 — 18 April 1901

i 8Uto llltt Librarian Society \rr\i \ \ viv nnw TTTCTUP PHTTNTV MTTRRAQKA Tmipcniv APRTT t loni PTTHHT Mn LL I A | > rll , ( lid I'Minili , when "tho vonm * ' man's fancy liglillv turns to thntichU or k'vo" the month of iliowtr' , cUlclcs nnd ilUmoncN tin. YOIIIIR tlllL' . limn , If you h vo tlio Rlrl. ' have Hhn'll not object tn tliu diamond nl- tbuiiKli "tlMi't In r birth month , the din- - olHtos miiiid Is lu always . ncco | > tnt > la never ilepre- I api.t'iininct- value a thing of 1 oattty now and forever iirailuatu of ( hlcniro Oiitlmlmic Collepi- . School Books , Tablets AND - School Supplies , -AT- J. G. Haeberle's ; At A Large Stock of WALLPAPER PAPER New 8 Spring 1 Styles. r Local Mention , ' 3 fo y l- Zy W as iar.&S fcfrgj Ama Amsbarry was at houiu from Dunning Saturday and Sun day.I . I ho Arnold telephone line which hat ) boon iu proccsb of erection from Oallnwtty for Homo time by lion Harden , has bucn completed and is now in working ordei. VV. D. Grant f...

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 — 18 April 1901

Custcr County Republican I ) , nt. AMHllKitltV , IMItormi.l IMihtlnhnt DltOKKN HOW , NKIIICANKA Andrew Carnegie advises exery fouiig man to piny jrolf but lie doesn't luenn In business * hours. Somebody lias culled lOdwIu Murk- bnui tlio Alfred Austin of America. This will probably make botb gentle- tncn flghUnK mad. Young Mr. Rockefeller tell * other DUIIR men bow to gel rich. Hut his fcclpo omits tbc most Important IK'in , to-wlt : Choose n very rich father. A dispatch from linn .llbntll Hays the .Kliig . of Gojnm bnH lieou poisoned. We tefusc , however , to let thin dlHiiBreo- able Incident Interfere with business. \Vben river nnd harbor bills arc un- Bcr conaldcrutlon In Congress , a fnvor- He way ofmigKcsUuK that a Htream IH too sbullow to be worth spending money upon IB to nflk II' paving would not be the best means of Improving It. As n wise judge Solomon had no peer In bin time , but If be were alive to-day be would have to look ( o hl.s laurels. A New York maglHtralo IIUH c...

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 — 18 April 1901

CUP OF JOY IS FULL. Pranoa Welcome * Iltiturn of Fleet. PAIUB , April 10 The unexpected return of the Russian squadron dwarfed all other events In the pro gram at Nice yesterday. JLMie news Is on the lips of everyone here and joy Is expressed by lx > th the public and the press. The Intensity of tills gratifica tion shows that great numbers of Frenchmen had treated with skeptic- Isrn the Idea that the wlthdrawel of the squadron was simply duo to a de sire not to be politically Identified tvith the Franco-Italian demonstra tion. tion.A A section of the nationalist press has carefully fostered this Impression , pursuing a policy of seizing upun every possible opportunity to embarrass the government. These organs had assert ed that the departure of the Russians implied dissatisfaction on the part of the czar wltn the Fiance-Italian ap- proachrocnt and heralded the breakup of the Franco-Russian alliance. BroodIng - Ing feeling of uncertainty was thus created , which broke like a spel...

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 — 18 April 1901

0u0lcr ( So * JJtjwblicau Published oTf > ry Thursday At the Comity Boat. ' trO-C'llce in Cnflcr Itlock. Fourth Ae.i6 ' Kntirrdat HIP I'oetoincont HroUn How , Neb. , an tveoiiiUclft * * lanllor Cor tntuniiilrVlou through the U. 8. Malls. _ BUHHOKirriON WICK ! One Your , In ft'lvmico | 1 00 THURSDAY , APRIL 18 , 1001. Next Tuesday is Arbor day. Gov. Dietrich is out west on a pleasure trip in the mountains He will accompany { Senator Millard to Washington on his return. Gov. Diuirich , it is reported , will resign his ofiico of governor about the first of May , when Lieut. Gov. Savage will assume the position. Nebraska is not Suffering for lack of moisture this spring. The only dilliuulty is the lack of oppor tunity to get the seed in the ground. Everybody who can Hhculd plant at least one Irco on Arbor day and BOO that it is properly protected and oared for until it can take care of itself. From present indications this will bo another season for farmurs to raise 30 to 40 bushels ...

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