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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 18 April 1901

Our Stock in going faat nt the following piioes. Como larly and got your share : \ . 12 Ibs Oat Meal -.20o t G Ibs boken Rice 24o * 0 Ibs Good Prunes 26o I 3 Ibs Good New Peaches 24c G Ibs Navy Beans 2fio lolnJl/injG These are only a few peed things found in this mino. Up on our aide is a now line of HatP , and every day Now Goods uomo down the shaft that is kept busy bunging thorn. nAV Mr ff % VV.j Northeast Corner of Public Square. Low ItiiteM , West and NortliwcHt At a time of year when thousands will aio advantage of them , the Burlington Kouto makes sweeping reductions in Its rules to the West and Northwest to Utnh , Montana , V/ashingtou. Oregon and Ilriliflh Columbia. Dates : February 12,19 , nnd 20. March 6 , 13 , 19 snd 20. April 2 , 9 , 16,23 nnd 30. Hates n re shown below : To ORtlen , Bait Lake , Butte , Hel- I cna , Anaconda , and Mlssoula , f To all Points on the Northern Pa. cific Ry. west of Mlssoula , including $25 Spokane , Seattle , Tscoiun , Portland , } as well ...

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 — 18 April 1901

: WTH - J X 4X4X tt S TEXAS CRUISER -UY- T. mrnr.iNQAMK noun OIIAI'TEH XVII' nnd drearily ilniKKcii lUe days party to durance ami his boy ounipan- U . The dungeon In which tlu-y were ronfincd * In th stout onstlo of Sim uin do Ulloa. It was not damp na moil f th cells were , but very strotiR nml < ark , there belli * barely Mitllclent light lo r d by Bt noonday. It was about Bwnth fter his confinement that Clnr- nc w informed that a priest wished t M him. It xvas In the aftcrnoou , and Ihe day had been very bright oml clear. "What doe * he want ? " tbo prisoner , "It U one of our toad priests who kaow * , of your heresy , and who would TO your will , " replied the jailer. Clarence badn the jailer to let the prlMt come In. Inn few minutes after wards the keeper returned , and n Cath olic prlrnt fallowed him In. The former rimply nodded an Introduction , ai.d then . "Well , mr son , " commenced Father RondoIt wai aonznlr"how does your ntiiiemeiit ajree wltii you ? " "As wcJl an tba...

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 — 18 April 1901

To Soften Unril Wuter. "When water Is made hard by ear boiiate of lime It may be softened bj the use of quick-lime , pal-soda or am monia , " writes Maria I'arloa In Ladles' Home Journal. "When thine Is time to allow the water to settle the lime Is the best agent. To soften with the lime have the water lu a large tanU or hugs head. Pour enough water on the quick lluieto slake It. When It falls to pow der add enough water to make n thin cream aud then stir Into the watei in the tank. Use one ounce of lime foi very forty gallons of water. Do not let any undlssolved lime go Into the water Allow the water to stand for twelve houis For softening with sodu , dls t-olve a pound of snl-soda In one qtiait of boiling water and when cold bottle It. Add a gill of this liquid soda to ubout twenty gallons of water. Wntei that Is discolored by the soil , as Is so often the cast ) after a heavy inlri or when the water pipes aio being re paired , should be strained through Can ton llannel. " Cottuce...

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 — 18 April 1901

lie Process of Reasoning is niiulo very simple if you do your trading at our newly fitted , up-to date , dnylight store , 4 doors north of Droken Jiow Stnto I3ank. Our buyer just recently returned from a very successful Goods buying trip east where he met the agents of the principal Eastern Mann fnoturora and Importers. Tlie result is that wo have just received and placed on sale the finest and most complete stock of goods that it has over been our pleasure to place before the people of this community. Laces , Embroideries , etc. , Direct from the Importers of New York. Under Wear and Hosiery fresh from the AI ills in Philadelphia and St. Joe. Mens and Boys Clothing direct from the .Manufacturers of Chicago , Milwaukee and Now York , and the prices will never stagger you. We carry u splendid line of the celebrated Warner Rust Proof corsets , as well as many other popular brands i Erect Form Corsets , Bycicle Corsets , Corsets , Corsets. Popular Goods at Right Prices. ; 73 U t/3 a OU...

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 — 25 April 1901

rirTjppf'y IlUl Ub ntlun Society ' V XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , APRIL 25 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES. NO. 45 , A Uoml Watch ForUouil HOJH. Your boy 111 bo bettor for liiuluu watch. Tliero will bo Toner tartly markn uiul filler broken upiioiutincntu I/O will IcMirn thu riiluu of time , Hint etnir from wlilcli llfo la uiiiilu. A little ucuriiB uiiiko Kr nt oaks , HO momenta of tlnn- put to good use , make lira u succor. Teiicli linn to lie on time mret tlio car on time HU to Dolioul on tluu * to cliurcli on time to 110 Himua a moans of eliort- fiilni ; the car us of lire I liavn all uorlH of wfilcliof to atitt all 8kuD iui < l conditions of boja nrnduntu of Clilcnvo Optluilmlo Collei-e. School Books , Tablets AND - School Supplies , -AT- J. G. Haeberle's ; John & Knerrt Headquarters ForJf , DRY GOODS , 1 ff GROCERIES , tJ H BOOTS AND < $ < SHOES , and all kinds of Field and Garden Seeds. Headquarters For First-Class k. Butter , and Fresh Fruits. K'P ....

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 — 25 April 1901

[ Duster County Republican > . M. AMSMKliUY. I'llltnnincl Pnlillftlinr BHOKKN How , - NKHHAHKA In the uiatU'r of lining tin1 father of B couutry ItrlRhnm Young "also run. " Yale hns n professor who defeiuls | " "newspaper Kngllsh" oil tlio grounds that the writers of It have to niiiko It Bicau something. A. Ken * Yurie niuii died \vhllc looking * a chock for ? 10MK , - .MIMI whose | .hoartB are not strong should ho eiuvful bout taking such chnncoH , A. tin can combination , I'cpresunUng 1108 factories. In this uoiuilrj , with a capital of ? 10,000,000 , has hut-n fornieid. This must be a rattling trust. Russell Sago has no children , but he rcuorted to bo very fond of a pel par- I rot It has probably loaniod to say "money" rts plainly as any man on I -earth. The women of Massachusetts are dc- jjimndlnga law pprmlttliig women com missioners to perform the marriage ceremony. An about half of tho'people married arc women , why not ? Marie Corelll has been charged In court with Inspi...

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 — 25 April 1901

CALL FOR PEACE 4GUINALDO ISSUES ADDRESS TO FILIPINO PEOPLE. Hail of ! U > l tnnc to United d Acc < | it < KoTerHcntjr of Now rower-Say * lln I * AV ry of niootl. ticxt anil MI crY. , MANILA , April 20. The following Is Hie full text of Agulnaldo's address issued to the Filipino people , made public last evening : " 1 believe I am In error In piesum- , ng that the unhappy fate to which liy adverse fortune has led mo is not u inrprise to those who have been famil iar with the progress of the war. The ( essons taught with full meaning , and which have recently come to my tnowledge , suggest with irresistible kircc that a complete termination of hostilities arid lasting peace are not > nly desirable , but absolutely essential Jo the welfareof the Philippine is lands. "The Filipinos have never been dis- nayecl at their weakness , nor have they faltered in following the path pointed out by their fortitude and i lourage. The time has come , however , in which they find their ad...

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 — 25 April 1901

Oluotct OIo. Jlcpublicuii Pnhllilieil on-ry Tlmrailay nt ( lie Comity Hntt i ) . M. AMS1UUUEditor : ! n Otiftur IHocU , Knnrtli ATe.- Kntvri'dnt tlui t'OtUiairont llrokcu How , Null. , M s ccoiuUclRHs mnltor ( or tranitmleetou ilirouuti the U. H , Mulls. 8U11SOIU1TION 1'HIOK : One Voftr , in & lvnnco ' * yi DO I'I THURSDAY , APHIL 26 , 1901. The Castor County ( Jlriof at Tied in on itn tunth yuur lust wook. The Bliur Pilot got out : iii illus- trutml otitiot ( ) lust wouk , containing a number ol hair tonu uiitH of build ings mid individuals of Blair and viuinily , Aguiualdo now oonfeuHtH H'IIIOO witnouuing the opuratiotiH of Unolo Sum in thu PhillipinuH Maud that it in bettor than : tn indupondunt govornniunt by the KilipinoH would have boon. Thu United Slates treasury now unjoyu the honor of having the lurgtiHt. amount of gold on luuidH in itH hiHiory , ever 1500,000,000. , No ether nation at thu prcwunt It titno hay an much. Gon. MiluH iu being mentioned by the deinouinlio pr...

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 — 25 April 1901

JLJLM..B..UL UK V Our Stock is going fast at the following pi ices. Come early and get your share : 111 Ibs Oi\t Meal 25o 10 oz. bottle Qtioen Olivet * . 15o 0 Ibs bnken Mice 24o 8 bara of Silk Soap . 26c I 0 Ibs Good Prunes 25o 12 bara of Tepco Soap . 2fio n UH ) Good Now PoachoH 24c FTEKKINS KKIf HKKCOFKKK300 0 I1)H Navy BoaiiH 2f io 1 Ib pkge " MADJA " I7o These are only a few good tlnnizs found in this mine. Up on our side is a new line of Hatu , and every day Now Gooda coino down the shaft that ia kept busy bringing them. HARRY DAY & CO. , Northeast Corner of Public Square. the David Bradley , John Deere , Grand Dolour , Listers , Kuiorn and Walkers I'licy arc the beHt iuad > . Also the Ohio and Now Departure j . , /Cultivator , Dinkw aud Seeders , Kai'ino Buggies and Spring Wagons. , J ) ; MTo boat harness all kinds at pricoH that Iris put competition to think ing. See mo for Stoves , Furniture , CarpotH-now patterns , Tinware , Kioe's Garden Seeds in bulk , otc. A full...

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 — 25 April 1901

THE TEXAS CRUISER BY T. Ill HMWiAMK IIOHH OIIAPTHII XV1I1 ( Continued. ) Qlnreiico saw Fntlioi Uoiulu nr-vcritl ( times , lint ho loiirneil notliinK MIOIC con cerning Irene. One dnj the youth \VIIK 'In ' the church to which Hondo wit * nt- Cached , nnd hud liren eonverhlnc Homr tlmo upon the Mibjert of Irene in < l the jccullnr elreimiKtiinci's utidor which she "was plaecd , when bin attention WHK ur * rented by luo men who had hooti hidden bfhlnd one of ( he iwisRlve nlllurs. They fronted to bo natives IndliuiH1 hut their movement * were HiisiilcioiiH. Cliirenoo was , sure thitt he hnd i-een thorn xevornl lime * before , it nil Ihonj-h he hud Inkcn ( previous notice of them , yet until the esenl moment he hnd not thought of tholr dojfirlriK him. "Do you nol nee them ? " he wluspeied. "Ah-be enreful nnd innko no motion by which they cat ) suspect thiit we t-ee 4hem. " "I do HH them , " returned th > priest. "They nre Incllnim. " "Or apptnr : to be , " xu oMed the yonui. "Hut m...

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 — 25 April 1901

SCHOOL GIRL DISSIPATION. ! Irish Klrlwltb the physique rill a Vutius , boastud that she could scrub all day and dance all Rht. The feat Is not HO very much oreilllllcult than that performed bye o average undeveloped high-school rl who studies all day ( not nearly HO 'iiltliful ' an exercise as scrubbing ) and M > R to some form of social entertain- cut at uight. Let them enjoy life while they are JMing ? By all means. But the un- sted , Irritable girl , after an horner of sleep and a scrap or two of enUfaBt , "putting in" the school somehow is she enjoying life hlle she is young ? ho has spent est of her not very large supply of oil er the previous evening's festivity , id now the light that bhe sheds on her tidies is llickering , dim and unsatls- ctory. In schoolgirl phrase she feels s cross an a bear with no end of sore nds. " What a pity that her mother II not let her enjoy life while she is 'ling. ' Let not mothers be deceived. hen the still hours clothed in black id your bel...

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 — 25 April 1901

i > ' * * 9 . VVi Ki ' TWWMI'/l'-feV.W / p-Mg to " ' " -as > ail * 5y | /ltim / jf WlLnMUYburmu , ij | | Clothiers and Haberdashers , | jjlJH New Location , Four Doors North Broken Bow State Bank. i ] $ M'i $ ' nc mul ; that would refuse to pijbtiy one of these Nobby little 'isuits ( ! for his only little boy at one dollar lifty n ' .O'rt I fi i Should be treated like this ; i'tg3l-- . - . . TwoiiM serve him ri flit. m- ' ' ' ? Childs Vcstee suits at'JSc , " $ $1.50 , $1.75 , * 2.00 , $2.85 , $1 $ $ S3.75$4.00 , etc. Each and S [ every one a distinctive $ & bargain. These sixes run yfi. from 3 to-8 years , and at | | | these uges , the mama always - ? ! $ ways takes great delight $ in having her darling boy j { $ dressed in Natty Shape , $ but when the boy arrives jtfg | at the age of' ) the old man ' & ' is supposed to appear on : yjj | the scene , and of course $ then he wants the boy to $ ? : look "Manly" just 'like f $ papa. We have the little -i .suits to fit him ...

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 — 2 May 1901

, , _ , , 1 i VOL , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 2 , 1901--EIGHT PAGES , NO. 46 , > ' May unto Us llfo. Have your watoli cleaned nud oiled rea- tilurly If jouviuh It long life and good ( luiu. OHHvlieel In your watch rutin 4,000 mlln evoryyear. I I'lio beat oil will gum and cleg wheru thi-ru li such continued friction. OrludhiK when ulmllngle a s.gn that your watch needs attention. i Ormln/itu of Chlrnvo Optlmlmlc College. School Books , k Tablets ii AND School Supplies , iii. \1- fc I AT 7C J. G. Haeberle's : John & Knerr $ < * # > Headquarters For < # BUY GOOBS , < * GROCEEIES , | BOOTS AND - SHOES , * > * > bAc and all kinds of < $ Field and Garden i\\/ iVtc Seeds. ? c < * & Ailt Headquarters For < | First-Class | k Butter , and * > Fresh Fruits. AII * xH'iiBlve Mtoclc ii aiHer 1'ellB How tu Cure Ncoiirt * In CalvcM , Wm. Abbut , of Tyndall , a. Dak. , quite an exteogivo Hock raiter , lets for number ol yenr...

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 — 2 May 1901

Custer County Republican [ 09. M. AMHIIKUKT , IMItnrnnil Pnttllitioi , : jBnOKKH BOW , - - NlCMttAPKA [ . That Uthmlau ennui idea Hiiouul BI-I " pdt on. The locks cnu come after. She 'succeeded. Mlsn Gclaimm was uurrled la Texas a few days since. It may happen tlic kldnapi"111 Add himself In till rope hcRiiis to be to tie him tip. Helen Gould had no cll/llculty * a getting her llrst contribution to the accepted. Now that the hlpRcr troubles are frwoothcd over , the different base-hall Blubs will try to settle old scores. Few men live to realUo their highest MplratlouB. hence .1. I'lerpont may fearer be able to organize a trillion dollar lar trust Ordinary people may well admit the render about a new star coming Into when even the astronomers con- it Is above them. Kmperor William's discovery of the frontiers of the hen In this country re- potely BURgests Columbus' discovering k by means of an t'SR. Ei-Klng Milan of Servla Is dead. More might be said were It not for the Bine-honored ...

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 — 2 May 1901

AT EJND OF KOJLMi ; LACK JACK PAYS THE PENALTY FOR MANY CRIMES. adlt Hnngrd nt Clayton N xik U Bnv. irrd t'roin llody by Force of Full - People ple Shudder nt Blh'lit-Uloodjr Trunk Allowed ( o Llo Writhing. GJ AYTON , N. M. , April 27. Thomas fc. Ketchcn , alias "Black Jack , " the noted outlaw , who hud terrorized the people of the southwest for the past fifteen years , was hauled hero yester day afternoon for train robhery , and bis hcau was severed from his body by Mie rope us by a Icnlfe. The head less trunk pitched forward toward the spectators , and blood spattered upoo Hiose near the scatfold. Om'NKSSKU UY A HUNUHKD'AND ' FIFTY The execution look place Inside a Mookudo built for the occasion. The inclosurn was crowded , 150 witnesses aavlng been admitted. When Ketchum mounted the scaf- 8old at 1:17 : p. in. his face was pale , butte } to showed no fear. A priest stood at his side as the rope was being put broil nd his neck. The condemned man toad consented to this at the last...

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 — 2 May 1901

ffiuaicr ffio Republican U. .M. AMS KHlY. . Uulor . tbcU. s > . MMU. One YPM , In wlrnnoc t THUKSDAY , MAY S , President Molvinlev and com } > any slArtod on tboir wpftwrn lour Monday , April 2ft , which will in quire hov ral week to complete. Old-tune Ppecnlntor'on the Chioa CO Board of Trsde , who ihonqht they kad the jonng tniin Phillips broke with corn t 44 cents , innet revise llioir eHimils. With the priuo hanglnc srourd 49 oents it beiges to 8pp0ar that the you re man ih better gups ur than lut- elders. Be * . Many women have been reptoath- ed for living for the f-ole object of t'utaruining. No one doubt- that Fuoh an si in ig petty sod nai rowing , but it is equally certain that it is a woman's duly to nndurstand the Art of Entertaining , and tin ? forms the subject of an attractive and useful atticle by Lidy Jeuue in Thf Cosmopolitan for May The jury in the Callahan case at Omaha , if not criminals themselves , certainly muHt have but verv little regard for law , if t...

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 — 2 May 1901

T T * " * ' * " ! ' BI u a a..ii a a n " mm Our Stook in going fast at the following prices , Come tarly and get your share : ( \ S 12 llm Oat Alnnl 25o I 0 llm broken Rico 2-lu 0 Urn Good Prunes 2fio ! t 11)H Good NOW I'flfU'llGB 24l5 0 lliH Navy BuruiH 2 u H K HB 10 oz. bottle Queen Olives . Ifio 8 bara of Silk Soap . .26u 12 bars of Tepee Soap . 25o H'KKKlNfiKltNllKKCoFKKKSOO 1 Ib pkgo " MADJA ' l7o I l nose are only a low fiood mines found in tins mine , up on onr HUIO is n now uuu P , and every day Now Goods oomo down the shaft that is kept busy btingmg them. HARRY DAY & CO , , Northeast Corner of Public Square. Sells iho David Bradley , John Deere , a rand Dolour , Listers , Hidora and Walkers They are the best inadr. Also the Ohio and Now Departure / Cultivator , Disks ami Seeders , Raoino Buygios and Hpr.ug Wagons. Tl-o bpst liarneBH all kinds at prious that his put competition to think- ini . See mo for Stovi'B ' Furniture , , Carpetw-new patterns /IMnware I Jiice's Gar...

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 — 2 May 1901

THB TEXAS CRUISER V- -t - T. BIIHMNOAMK KOH3 cooooo < xxxxx > oooocxxxxxxxxx > ClIAl'TBK . I'm Bure , " snl.l Cuhinfdri , UK her niiiv trow hinted nt some ot ht-r doubtfl , you noble u being. MITC no reason to doubt BO fk what Hhu bus done for you ; Mho tins ltd you from danger to Biifcty , and Blie CM home thnn wlilcli pnwurcU for you n rou could not find a Bettor. She , tl.rouRh . Howard Of ike priest , informed Captain whereabouts. " . yftur . . -I liiow lt-I know it nil , " returned Irene , "but yet I cannot help these feel- h Rt. Why will she not let me love her ? BomcthliiB drawn mo towards liur-my deep RTutltutlf. it ifl-and yet she repulses cae. And then why will she not tell me who and what binUV" "Ah , ray dear mlwtrcsR , when people are doiuc so much for us , it is hardly KCH- troas io blame them for what they do fcot do. 0 , as sure as you live , that { range woman loves you dearly. P. "Do you think so ? " 1'renc nuked , earn- fe atly. " 1 nm iiure of It. " "Wel...

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 — 2 May 1901

WIDOW GOT THE VERDICT. * ne Kilcct of Too CloselT CroawKxnnt * InliiC nil IrlnliVltnc . "Never cross-question nn Irishman Srom the old soil , " advises ouo of the foremost rnllroud attorneys of the age. "Even If he does not think of an an- iwer he will stumble Into some bull that will demoralize the court and jury , Mid whenever a witness tickles a jury his testimony gains vastly In Its lullu- nee. "Yes , I'm speaking from experience. Hie only witness who ever made me throw up my hands and leave the courtroom - room was n green Irishman. A section kand been killed by an express train und his widow was suing for damages. ( had a good case , but made the mis- kako of trying to turn Uie main witness Inside out 'In his quaint way he had given a graphic description of the fatality , oc casionally shedding tear * ) and calling m the snlnto. Among other things he wore positively that the locomotive whistle was not sounded until after the whole train had passed over his de ported friend. Th...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 2 May 1901

Clnircli NcrvlcvM. * HAI'TIHT OUUUCH. Services Sunday as usuiil. Sundny Bohool at 10 , a in , Proauhini' 11 a m and 8 , p m , by the pastor. Junior B. Y. P. U. at 2.30 and Senior B. Y. P. U. , t 7 p in. All are cordially invited to all UIOHC services , U.ll , C1IUHOII. ' 1 ho third quarterly conference of the U. B. uhuroh will be hold Ht CuBlcr Center next Saturday ami Sunday , ( therefore no prrnohing in town ) Pri-siding EUIor LL. . Eply will prjyich Saturday ovcning , Sun- d v morning and evening. All are iuvit od. Jlurrk-il WAtiii-SKiNNKii Thurfday wiilng , April 86 , 1W1I , nt the ProsbyltrliiM I'nraonaKe of this oily , Cameron Wahl and AllsB Tlunh Skinner of thin city , Her. Slalom ofllrlntliiK. The grrcm is the son of Mrs ,1 W. Craighead. lie is an indus trious young man , highly respected and a carpenter by trade. The bride is the only child of Mr. tun ! Mrs , R. S. Skinnei. She is a lady of culture and u most cHteoino-J young lady. The wedding was a quiet affair , only the ...

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