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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 May 1901

' * " -IT" " Our Stock is going fast at the following pi ices. Como early and got your share : mm 12 Ibs Oat itteal , ma a G Ibs broken Itieo 0 Ibs Good Prunes 25o 3 Ibs Good Now Peaches 24o 0 Ibs Navy Beans 2r > o \s\ \ \ 10 oz. bottle Queen Olives 15o 8 bars of Silk Soap 26o 12 bars of Tepee Soap 25o 1 Ib oan H KKIUNS KKN UEKCOI'PKK 30o 1 ) b pkgo " MADJA 17o Those are only a few peed thmus found in this mine. Up on our side is a now line c.f I lain , and every day Now Goods como down the shaft that is kept busy bringing them. HARRY DAY & CO. , e Northeast Corner of Public Square. H II H I St llH iht- David Bradley , John Deeriitrand , Di-lour , Listore , KitJors and Walkers They are the best made. Also the Ohio and Now Departure Cultivator , Disks and Setuh-rn , Kautno Buggies and Spring Wayotis. Tli : bcHt harneap all kinds at prices that has put competition to think ing. Sue mo for Stoves , Furniture , Carpets -now patterns , Tinware , Rice's Garden Soeas in bulk , etc. ...

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 — 23 May 1901

v By J. II. CONNI3U-Y. * il , 1TO ( at , | J8-H. hj llulif rt lion 'r' Sunn , f All rlyhli referred ] CllAPTIiJU lV.-Uonlliiiicil. ( ) "Why , motlii'r , 1 liiivt-n't been K < dll- .Ynnthnr. " "Don't tell inul VVmii't .Mm ' tron wiiltliiK for .v P ilii'rt'V Didn't Diumy ma tltvil mid Mumiivvn } . li-nvlnj : ! tinmi' " ' you two tiiK't'ilu-rV Of nl , tbo worlil , it imiM In- , l < lin ( 'nun-roil jnit GO out In the \vmiils to ini'i't ! I > ! ioiild think MIII inixlii 1" " ' > "r1 l"'ille "llout j-oii-iiiul MIII a Miilvi-ll. You know very well there ni'vi'i1 .M'l wns "iiy I ° VI ( I"1 botwi-i-n tinMiilMils inul the Cnnicnuis , even imtiuii : our/orbrnrx in tin1 old coun try. Tlio ( 'iiim-rniis. iinh'i'd ! A stuck- up lot , who think ll isrlvurt lii'ttcr ' tluin anyliod.v t'l-c , liiTiiiiM' llii-y Imvc a dun : twhilr , MS is well known ninont ; wise moil , tin' tiiNt Mnlvi'il vvm a kiu unil an Irish kinc ; mill I'd like to himun.v body show me n Cnnieron thill ever wilt a kl...

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 — 23 May 1901

UBIQUITOUS DE WET. oeK trailer ti Sheridan , Vof- reitniut Marlon U'tlleil Into One. Christian 1)6Vot Is one of the great- tst cavalry loadcrH tint ! guerrilla .tight- ers that the world has over known He Is as resourceful as Forrest , B iLi.shli.ij : < H herldnn or Stuart , us du ll vo us Miii-i .n W .th the death of .Ton berl mtl ( the capture of Cronje , tills , plain biirgher. who knew notlilng W the science of war , look upon himself the tnsk of carrying on the unequal truggle In the South African republic. The war seemed to be In Its las ) Rtnges. Hoers were laying down thelt arms and accept Ing Hrltlsh sever eignty. Only it few bands of guetrlllas , inch s the force under Do Wet. were In the Held. Lord Kitchener and Col. Uatleu-I'owell prepared to round up MICRU rebels In shot t order. Hut some how the plans of Kitchener and Hmlen Powell , na far as they were applied to De Wet , miscarried. The waning for tunes of the Hoers did not seem to affect the spirit of the flashing...

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 — 23 May 1901

I * l 11 - . f. - MI llM , . . J _ _ - - - . . . . . _ | J | | i t c ? i . * / " * I " O "T " " I i V I I n Opportunity of a Life Time ! ' J / ' The reqent disastrous fire at Callawtiy has left the town with but few stocks of goods , and we have decided to move there in | j | Ll * p a lew days. Wo now commence a ft Caps. Let us Quote You DRY GOODS. m Prints , 3c , ( ) , 'l 5c. Muslins , -lo , r > o , O Shirtings to 7 Tickings , 7 0 to Gini.'ii'iiiiH , 5o , G Yd. "wide peroalo 7-Jo. Dross linings , Jl SeliHifiH , 80 to i Canvass , 74o. Table linens , l&c and up. Silkalinu , Of. TowoliiigH , 3Jjo and up. Cornets , 20o und tip. Then , all our line selection of Hiunnior droHH goods nt 3 o and up a Wonderful Slaugh ter. All our fine line of silks and drc'HH goods at actual cost , miniHtorud thc'ordianco of baptism. Mr. Waddington in running four corn listers this year ; will plant be tween four and tivu hundred aoroBof corn. Mrs. Stanford is in charge of the nusio for Memorial day...

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 — 30 May 1901

- sr.w7y , VOL , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 30 , 1901-ElGHT PAGES , NO , 50 , If you have touic rnrt1 tluue. niigKecor U'ciii , or coinu oil ) relic In ( lie flnu of Jewelry. I run ut your eerrlro to make itiliiK ot bcnut ) ntid um'fuhiu < 8 To tint mnrmlirnncu of jilunnant ixsocl- ntlon mlil tlio clinrinenf utility. 1 Kivo you tuo very best eott of work , tlio fort Hint Ie done rl ht tlie flrft time. No cheap uork , bnt ilRlit nork , mod erately priced I need old gold In my repair depart- muiit lllgliuct market price. Orodunte of Clilciiiro Optlmlmlc College. School Hooks , Tablets AND School Supplies , -AT- J. G. Haeberle'si Cliurcli ncrvicuH. ; , , . " ' " " T BAPTIST OI1UUOU. Preaohing service a next Sunday t4' , morning at 11 a. ui and 8 p. m. , by v * * * pttHtor , Rov. S. W. RichardH. San- l > t J - day school at 10 a m ; Junior B. f' " , Y.P.ll al 2:30 p. in. Senior B. Y. P. U. ai 7:00. Afler preaching services in ibe evening Iho Ordin...

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 — 30 May 1901

1 ! -Custer County Republican P. M. AMHIIKItllY , Kdltnrntul BttOKKN HOW , NKIIUARKA I'eople are beginning to wonder , too. what Mrs. Hetty ( jrecn will do wltli A innn lost his inlntt In a poker gninc. people become very reckless when they | o to Bumbling. The worst about strikes of any kind Hint they Imve tliu effect of knock- B the Imiula out of place. As n Biibjcct of public Interest , Agul- fanldo will no longer be pursued with the snnie Interest that he WUH. J. Plerpont Morgan laughed when told that people were plotting to kill phn. What would Unit man do If ha peard a real joke ? The Czar lias , been sleeping over a ( nine. On the whole , this IB probably knore dangerous than sleeping In a self- Acting folding bed. \t \ A Chicago woman was robbed of her bocketlxwk while at church. 'Ilils adds pno more to the long list of paltry ex cuses for staying at home on Sunday evening. "American shoes , " exclaims the Phil adelphia Evening Uulk'ttn , "ant march ing onl" It Is pleasing t...

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 — 30 May 1901

ARMY OF IDLE MEN MACHINISTS OF COUNTRY OBEY THE STRIKE ORDER. Fifty Thouinnil nn- Out Poarrful Walk , nut nnil lint I.lttlo Disorder lloinnnd for Nine Hour Day AVIth Ton Uour'i I'ny Acceded to In Some Canei. WASHINGTON , May 21. Approxi mately 50,000 machinists throughout the country struck yesterday fora nine hour day , a scale of wages equal to the present ten hour day scale and nthcr demands. This is the rough es timate of President O'Connell of the national association of machinists , n.ised on the telegraphic advices that have reached him todav from the machinists' headquartei the var ious cities. The strike thus far lias not extended to the allied trades , save In one or two Instances , asatScranton P.I. , whore men In a part of the allied trades arc out. No machinists en- paged In government work arc ailect > cd. This Is due to the fact that on Bitch work an eight hour day scale al- r ady prevails. Railroad machinists , as a rule , arc not Involved In the strike , though t...

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 — 30 May 1901

I l t Mtt jlepuUlicmt Published orury Thursday nt UiuUonuly Sent. D. M. AMsmifKv7 : * A.vMlco In Cnflor Itlrtck , fourth Ate.-if Eutvrcdnt thu postutnco ut Itruheii How , Hob , a > pecoiul-clnci' manor for truncinltMon tlirunul thoU. a.MallB. , 8UD8CU11T10N 1'UIOK : One Yuar , In advance { I TUUKBDAY , MAY 30 , 11)01. ) p The Cuban convention adopted the Plait amendment by the bare majority of ono. This IH another victory scored ior the United Stall's and will provo a wisu move for Cuhi in the end. 'It is painful t < - wee how profound ly frilent the donio-pop papers of this vicinity 010 about the suit brought by a republican attorney- general against Ex Secretary Porter to compel him to turn into the State treasury the money lie carrind away with him belonging to the State. It was not HO when Hartley was found to bo a defiiulte. There still Htenis to bo a difference an to whose ox is gored. Kmporor William , the empress and several others of the royal fain ily of Germany , ha...

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 — 30 May 1901

JUIJUL&J&iULJUUULJUIJIuJF 1 mnmim t Our Stook is going fast at the following piioes. Cotne .arly ana get your share : IS Ibs Oat Meal 25o C Ibs broken Rico 24c 0 Ibs Good Prunes 25o a Ibs Good New Ponchos 24o 0 Ibs Navy Beans 1 10 oz. bottle Queen Olives 15a 8 bars of Silk Soip 26o 12 bars of Tepee Soap 25o 1 Ib can HKKKINS KEN HFBCOFFBK 80o I 1 Ib pkgo MADJA ' I7o Bi ? Those are only a few good thinus found in this mino. Up on our side is a now line r/f HatP , and every day Now Goods como down the shaft that is kept busy htingmg thorn. HARRY DAY & CO- , Northeast Corner of Public Square. SellH the David Bradley , John Deere , , -irand Dt-tour , Listen * , Riders and WnlkorB They are the best made. Alno the Ohio and New Departure Cultivator , Disk aud Seederp , Kacino Buggies and Spring Wayous. Tl.e best harnesF all kinds at prices that has put competition to think ing. See me for Stoves , Furniture , Carpets new patterns , Tinware , Rioo'n Garden Seeas in bulk , eto. A ...

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 — 30 May 1901

i' i * t etty , or "f he Old Grudge. liy J. II. CONNELLY. < ' < T7TUhl , 1W1 rt If" , hj KMwrt linn ft' * onai , ( Ml tlihta rrftrrn1 CJMJ'TKU V.Continued. ( . ) M * b JuiN vviTi- wild uitli e.\elleincnt. like iiiniilni'o nnil lashing the Of tllf HplrltCll sleeiN Illlll Wllll nui-clc' " . diMemlcil nostriltitul eyes. were cuing nl their swfl- when UIPJ plniiKeil ninurii : tin * wrangling riiiiiliiinkiTH and. like n Hash , ttnin' npiiin. n round n bend In the mid out of sight. llrief us tin- tiirnnled hnd been. nml troubled C y tkr hcnitnhle I" gel < > ' " f H'1' ' " .v nl Jh MIblng linnfK , nil the men hnd cecii tlhul luiiiiij wns rapidly guliilng uiinn Ids l , nctindly leaving him nlmoni if i lu > mnll rl'ler ' linil been mutinied cnw. unil tlic.i joined in n idvint. tr * * ) i-lio\\ I lie outcome of I hi- ranMid - rff.MJ.jr assumed lla1 proportions "f n It'ciil While Uicir hurrahs worn htlll In HIP rr , tliinl rider appeared upon llnccne. . fhf Hci. .Mr. Mclx'od hli...

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 — 30 May 1901

SOLDIERS AT HOME. THEY TELL SOME INTERESTING ANECDOTES OF THE WAR. ow the Hoyaof Uoth Armlcn Wlillcil Away lAtc In I iiuip-Korairlujc Kx- ' Murehes-Thrll' pcricnccM , I'lreupme Bcouc * on the llattleflcltl. "Con. Klipnnaii , " said the Major , * hnd a keen approelatlon of humor. intl of solillor fun , but ho couldn't al- n-ays take a Joko. In St. Louis he Ivcd In the house presi-ntod to him by 3ie citizens. It was a large , well-nr- auiged , comforlable , and somewhat ( retentions house when It was erected , hit lu time boarding houses were lo- tatcd on either side , and nearly OIUH- rite a wealthy pork packer erected a rery handsome residence , which k-'lipsed anything lu the neighborhood. "On one occasion the Ilev. Dr. Sny- ler , showing some visitors about the tlty , pointed out ( Jen. Sherman's /esl- lence on one side and the pork man's residence on the other , and said , quiet ly : Tou notice "the pen Is mightier than the sword. ' " The papers took this up , and n good deal was...

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 — 30 May 1901

$ i@sisi . . ' * i"JI& JK.VttZV'lil'XIAiJE. ' ' ! NHr rt 7i sL4jSJ iffy of a Life Time ! ' ' ' ' ! VT ; ft ; The recent disastrous fire at Callaway has left the town with but low stocks of goods , and we have deeided to move there in | | B ! a lew days. Wo now commence a | | y'ltf J > § ? / r i * iM j | | DRY GOODS. ? | R I'rints , all- , lo , o.-J o , Co. , fci' MUfilillHIf , fill , O C. ? JS Shirting. Ic to 7o. $ . ? Tickings , 7ic to 12 0. . , 5e , * & $ Yd. wide percale. 7 Jo i jfi'S Dross liningH , jf $3 Sehsias , So to j j | Canvass , 7-Jo. in come lioldH. Some claim it in tiuj ohinuli bugs , others the graHB- hopport ? . J. M. FodgovrH a Bow vititor last Thursday. Uo took his daugh ter Matlio down for a visit with her oliiHH mates. . About one and a half inches of rain last wct'k put the ground in line condition , and a smile upon thu faoo of everybody. . Fred Embreo is planting thirty acrcH of his wheat ground to corn. Ho sayH that the wheat dried out because ho d...

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 — 6 June 1901

'if VOL. XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 6 , 1901.--EIGHT PAGES , * NO. 51 , Should comu directly In the cvntnr of tliu lens Somutlmc not nlw y . Whether your > n Miould Inok ttir'iigh np.nr. liiui'r , tin IT or uutur iiurtof the leim is luiiiui i rlnlti ) 3011 , hut Hint Mm should look Hi ouj-h tluriKhl purl IK of the ut- ui < i > t iiiiiKirtnnci. A knowledge of tnu iyt tint III timhli UK to piaio the leua lirojierly ( s whai I offer jou The wrong Kince roii'Itillj-plucud ( will l.jiin > your < iyc tlift rlKlu , , no nRhtly tuljuttui will ( irnduntu of Uili-nuo uiillmlmlc jpl School Books , tl trl Tablets - AND - School Supplies , 'AT G. Haeberle's : W. H. POIMI & Co. have JMH ( re ceived a new line ot hlnrtH for wear 0 O-'Jt ZTD 13 INGU IVE C.H.A.O.S. . . . . . First and Best Fair of the Season. All Attractions of High Order. Concert Music a Special Feature , Grand 4th of July Celebration Genuine Mexican Bull Fights Everyone Invited...

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 — 6 June 1901

\ . V Custer County Rcpublicar D. M. A.MKI 1C tHV , Killtiiriinil I'lilillHliP BltOKKN HOW , . ' NlSIUlASK ; Thirty-two doctors are doctoring "King Edward of England. What a con- tltutlon the man must have.l A New York girl whose name was IiTilu hits had Iks changed by the couit. This ought to he n warning to parents. I-iiler on we may conclude to send Funstqu with a few select men to spring "n surprise parly on the North pole. This library business Is Carnegie's way of not exactly it-thing from active life , but , as It were , laying himself on the fdielf. Tolstoi mny n t well understand now that he Is going lo have a hard time In ducing people to believe It. if ho ever dot's really get banished. It Is claimed that primes can bo l'"i * cooked lu 100 different ways , but the m man who boards will continue to claim that nil ways taste alike to hint. James J. Hill , the railroad magnate , fceglns work at 7tl : : ( a. in. and .stays at It until 0 lu the evening. He probably fcts fully ...

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 — 6 June 1901

MAIMED ANDJVJANGLiiD frightful CollNlini orAllmnyStroctCiirs- Mrct UuniiliiK ' ' ' " > l > ' 'f < l. AUIAXY , May 27. Electric cars rac ing for a switch while running In op posite directions at the rate of forty tmlcs an hour cost live lives yesteiday afternoon by a terrlllc collision In which over forty people were Injup'd , Koine fatally and others seriously. The lobby of the loi-al postotllce , Illled with dead and woundc-d. historical women and children looking for relatives and friends , surgeons administering tern- ixirary relief and ambulances racing through the city taking the wounded to hospitals were the early Intimations o the accident. Tlio scene of the disaster was a point about two miles outof Greenb'isb , on the line of tlio Albany & Hudson. The point wheio the cats met on the ilngle track was a shatp curve , and to fast were both running and so slid- dm was the collision that the motormen - men never had time to put on the brakes before south bound No. 2...

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 — 6 June 1901

( Stiolcr 1) ) . JU A a | vuiud saloon imdfer mn 'own uf > himnci ) . Tbu uMtjotil ? of Nbbrrtbkti twwurt & llCttilelO f 0 lUld OCOU- I .K MM ! tiui dwoirtiou is of eonnidorablu importance based us it u on rtwont dumsious of the HU court. The superintendent be thinks it impossible to frame an ordinance that will ovadu the constitutional and court provision - vision * regarding tinoH and licenses. Albion NQWB. John Alexander Dowie , the head of the Christian Catholic Church , of Chicago , who lias for a number of jears claimed to posses the Divioe power of healing and who iiut built up a largo following an wt'11 B > a large wealth , has declared iiia * > fcf ! Elijah the prophet. Hi inyt : "I am Elijah , the prophet win * appeared first as Elijah him fetJi , twsond as John the Ihptist and vbo now comcH in me , the re ttorer of all things , Kljjali was ti prophet , John was a prcaohur , but I combine in rnyKelf the attributes of prophet , priest and ruler over men. ( ? az...

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 — 6 June 1901

From Walworth. Wm. Theift , father of Mrs. John Murphy , has i rived from Iowa to make bis future home with the Murphy's. Arabia Martimoro , who was re covering from typhoid fever , boa taken another relapse and is quite siok again. Frank Doty and son Henry , started for Valentino Monday with their raoe borso. Someone will likely got scooped. Crops of all kindb in this vicinity are looking line. Chinch bugs and grasshoppers are not in evidence enough > et to do much damage. During a sharp electrical storm , accompanied by heavy rain , lam Monday , a b'nlt of lighning struck the mill of R. H. Sargent passing down through the mill within 'our leet of whore he was standing. Prank Christy was also in the mill. No damage was done except a hole in the roof and a riplintered rafter. orteilo News. Mr. J. A Moore was at Broken Cow Srturduy. Ortollo was favored with a rain * fall of .15 inches last Monda ; . Rev. Bradley filled bis appoint ment here last Sunday evening * The memorial servi...

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 — 6 June 1901

etty , or he I By J. II. CONNBLLY. C WrlMl'tiHw ' rl l tl. Illnlurt Jl < ' cr'n 8 < ifl , [ All Mplif * retnrreil J CHAPTER VL-lConlitiucd. ) | It wns hardly dny nl nil. d " certidn- ' ly WHN uot n good iliij. MfJht. of Ihe ( l1" | dlnnry sort , was not due for n good hidf i lour yol , but M mj nitfht hnd already set In. Tin' nlr HUH full of niveous brightness , from I lie white , ley erytais thnt lillc.l II. I.ichl could f > t I'cuetnite ' It iiioro tlmn n few y"ds in any dirce- tlon Ktcmllb , Init there were momentary Kllmpe.s afforded , tliroutili UIP wildly whlrlhiK mass of snow Makes , of objects tnr away , that , so s-et-n , 1""mcd tip in rxnKRcrated proportions with it weird ef fect of obvious unreality. The wind WIIH fioltnt and umeasiiiK , blowing , UK null- era .sn.r , "from all quarters at once , " and tlio dry , idiarp snow , dashed and swept by it In vast billow * and nwirK stung like needle polalp , the thin , while fare of tlio little colporteur. A myriad of ...

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 — 6 June 1901

"My little granddaughter , " said the Hnjor , 'nskcd mo the other day how I felt the night before n battle. This set tuo to thinking. I couldn't remember fcny night which I knew at the tlmo wns the night before a battle. There were nights before battles , of course , but the men In the ranks , judging by preparations nnd maneuvers , were as often wrong ns right In their guesses as to when a battle would open , and so they came to feel on the night before a battle very much as they felt on nny other night. "The night of Dec. 20 , 18t2 ! , wns chcdulod for rill the men of Urltten- fleu's corps , Army of the Cumberland , us n night of battle , but the boys didn't know it , and they didn't net up lo the buttle standard. We had been inarch ing in battle order all day , moving to ward Murfrecsboro. This means that wo did not march along the rotuls in column of fours , nor yet In Hue of bat tle , but witli each brigade massed in close order , three regiments on the first line , each at dou...

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 — 6 June 1901

. Prof , llruncr DhlNol Conm , Several hundred jioojil' ' worn in llio city Saturday to moot Prof. Brunor , of the State UnivorHit.y , wlio VVOH to liavo boon hero to ( ! IH. CUHB the ohinoh bugs and instruct the people in reference to inoopu Inting thotn. But ho failed to put in hie nppoarnnou , notwithstanding that ttov. Savage wirrd Kriday afternoon that the UniviTHity pco- plo had answered him that the Pro fessor would ho lierr in the after noon , Not to ho outdone c.ninplotoly thoHO prcHpnl to the number of HOV- ural ihnndred , mot in the aftor- luion in tlio opera IIOIIHO to dihouHs the qiH'Hlion of deHtroying tin chinch bugn , and to organi/.u for I'ffootual work Tlio mooting was orgatii/.od hy olouting S. L. Cannon , of WoHtor- villo , chairman , and S , L. Glover , of WoiHHerl , Hoorotary. After ( liHousHing the Hiibjoct at length it waH decided to mind a representative - resontativo to Lincoln with the ) > ugH brought in hy the farmer * ) for the purpOHo ot having tlimn...

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