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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 13 June 1901

Ubrurluu Society BUM UUt VOL , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 13 , 1801-EIGHT PAGES , NO. 52 , s WANTED : A HAGUE I ) AND DIRTY si DOLLAR DILL , For which I will give In exchange brand new maluopriiiK. to re pi re the nne i that hioku In your wttch yefetertlay. And 1 will nut Into Tour watch , aud let the watch ifoliig avalii , anil guarantee the maltif prlt'U to lent a year , all without i extra charge. : i fS w , : J Oradnate of tMcairo Optbalmlc College , School Books , Tablets \ -AND- School Supplies , AT . G. Haeberle's : Dead Letter lint. Tbo following is tbe dead letter list , for tbe week ending May 28 , 1001 : Jobn Gibson , Albert Calm , Mies 'Ella Niokolson. Parties calling for- the above , please any advertised. L. II. JKWKTT , P. M. PURE teas at J. C. Bowen'n. W. H. Penu < & .Co. have just re ceived a IIPW line of Hliirts for summer wear " 6-0-21 eJULY 2TO15 INCLUSIVE C.H.A.O.S. First and Best Fair of the Season. All Attractions of H...

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 — 13 June 1901

Custcr County Republican D. M. AMHIIKItliY , IMItnr unit I'nlillilini JBllOKKK BOW , NKIHUSKJ A mnn Is foolish to mix up with mil- ' pen n Iron , unless ho linn money , Tlio Now Vorlc Supreme Cf vrt Ims flcclded Unit kissing Ls not a crime. Wo krcnthc enslcr now , According to the I'resb.Morlnn church k man cnn now marry his dead wife's ho wants to. A contemporary says there ate soiiio krorso thltiKH Ulan fltfim'tto Kinokliig , but folia to mention them. Possibly not a single person will bnclc' fcl > Uie claim of that Now York clergy- jnnn that all unmarried people are fcapny. _ _ A North Carolina olllclal stole $12,000 Ind pnvo It to the chureh. It Is to ho feared he Ima put It where It will do ilm no good. A New Jersey court has .compelled . n nit B feet and 4 Inches high to sup- rt n wife who Is 7 feet and 'J Inches II Can we call this justice ? nnllooufi may be used In the clouds bind suhmnrlnc boats beneath the Moa , put neither are assuraiiees that war will be seen on earth...

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 — 13 June 1901

FIRES UPON MOB. NtFWE OF A GEORGIA SHERIFF SAVES A NEGRO- \ Should \Vntilil-ltr l..viirlirr Kill * Million tin-Sint nilil U'onmU Two Othi'r < Ac tion Hn l p irr 1 I'.HVct Anlor of Mob ' < : enl itnil M Hill In Sinninnni'it. CAKUUOU.TON , ( Ja. . Juno 8. The nerve of a Georgia sheriff , whose name Js Joseph Merrill , yesterday upheld , the law of tlv state and saved the life of a negro from a mob. In protecting the negro , who was saved from the gilio s ortly a few hours before through the efforts of Ills lawyer , one life was lost and two men were wotind- c l. Arrival of militia averted trou- . „ . ' / b'e tonight , and at live o'clock a spe cial train bearing tho- negro , whoso crime was'the murder of a little white boy , whom he found fishing alone , was ; speeding tow a i ds Atlanta under guard. The man killed in attacking the jail i was George Bennett of Carrollton , and the wounded men arc Thomas Word , father of the murdered boy , and an Unknown man. presumably a farmer....

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 — 13 June 1901

fluster OIo * Republican mlay at tlie Comity Scat , 1) . M. AMSltMUUY. * 3uC < Uco In Curler lllock , Koortli ATe.-fcf Entered at ttic ixHtonico nt Hroken How , Nnh. , ti BOCotuUclnM ! matter for trunrinlf clou tliruuKh tboU. H. Mills. SWISCUMTION 1'ltIOK : One Year , In advmico THURSDAY , JUNE 13 , 1001. Pay in your money and lake your ohauua if you want lo be a uandi- dale for office on thu f union ticket. King Edward should coino lo "CtiKtor county and tnke lessons from the fusion central connnitteo in raising campaign fundri from bis subjoutH Tbo latent r porln I rum Washington - ton indicate lh.il Airs. iUoKinley ID improving slightly and hopes are onlcrlaiucd llinl she will bo able lo be moved Lo her Canton borne the firm of July. No one need apply for an office on thn fusion liukct in Canter oounly , unless bo putu up llio caHb to Iho co in mil too in advance. Dr. Hakes will lake your money in ad vance and allow your name lo go before Ihe primaries A number of the towns in...

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 — 13 June 1901

Ilyno. , Ry no , June 11 , 1901. Mies Graoo Griffith IB attending summer uchool nt the Bow. Dounil'fl true olaim is all abloom. ( LooiiHt ) Come ov r and give your HOBO a Irani , It free. Arraucomouta are ranking for a ntrawborry festival at the' Ouster fiohool house on Tuesday night , Juno 18 , piocueds for the Orphans' Homo at ( Jounnil Bluffs Co mo one und all , bring your uncles and aunts and help to make it a success. Weather has been cool and cloudy with light Hhowora followed by frost. Very warm today ? HOI ! in tine condition for crop growth. Corn a good stand , cultivating un der way , chinch bugs have destroy hoppers are working on the corn and gardens. Died , near Callaway , Dora , daughter of Mr. and Airs. George Huffman , on June 4 , 1901 , aged 7 years , 11 months/ and 'J7 days. Deceased was an invalid from in fancy and for the last year was a sufferer from the disease which caused her death. Funeral services nt the Methodist nhuroh on Wed- needay . .conducted by Rev. ...

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 — 13 June 1901

or "f he Old Gradrje. By J , II. CONNHLLY. \ Crj jr"Rit , IHCJ rf | j o bjr lt l > 'rt llou or * tkin. ( All lUhU rroortnl J aiiAPTim vin "Until .Sunday evening , llu-n , Hetty. " "Until .Sunday evening , .lolin. The e were ( lie pin tint ; \unds between the lovers iifllic fluv of thnt hnppy ilde from tlic Miti'llln- ' " lio'il ' Commnnplaco nil niHontlmeniii ! us it nuiiliiec-iiiarket roporl they , tool , m plain , cold typo , but Hint U slin : > b heiitiife tlio material In- udoipmtul.i Mli.xlous foiII' ' thf Hphltnal. Love decks dull stcech | u-lili the evniies- cent Kiamonr of its own llhihory I'linrnis. A { 'liirice , ii blush , a sigh , n ttemulous In- tonntlmi , a pressure of the linnil give to winds such meiinlnu's us may- not In1 fDiniil In iin.v primed lexicons. I'liitltmh'H become poetic siililiinltU'S in the csllmn- 1lon of I'tve ' , ( lint egoil-tienl pn slon which finds nil things guod wherein it nuiy , in fnne } , w Its on n relloction. lOven "twice two lire fni...

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 — 13 June 1901

Counting the Cost. In a certain North Dakota town tlicro jirtj two physicians , one elderly , with a Ions record of cures , the other young , with. hU record still to make. The old er doctor was Inclined to surrender tome of his night-work to the younger man. An exchange cites an Instance In which till * "tnrnlucf over" was attempt * td. 0u- : \vi.u."f'8 : night Dr. B. was roused by two fanners from a hamlet ten miles * way , the wife of one of whom was se riously 111. He told them to go to the other doctor , but they refused , saying that they preferred his services. "Very well. " replied Doctor B. , think- lug to put a convincing argument before - fore them , "In that case my fee la ten Collars , the money to he paid now. " The men remonstrated , but the doctor was obdurate and shut down his win- ( flow. lie waited , however , to hear what they would say. "Well , what shall we do now ? " asked the farmer whose wife was 111. The reply must have been as gratify ing as It was amusing...

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 — 13 June 1901

our AndejrClllzcn Miss Bonnie Thornton , who htiH boon hick with rheumatic fever for the laHt Mix wookn , IN slowly im proving Shu oxjtcotH to cclo- br&tn iho Fourth of July in AIIH- loy. .1. F. SliarplosH lias tlio finest picco of ryu between hero and Mason , We iindorHtnnd that it ia the uixlh crop of ryu that linn been rained in Hiiooussion on the snmo land. The MIHHOH Lottio utid Bertha tiiniH drove down from liorwyii Saturday Afternoon to visit thu GecHCinan girls. MisH Jennie wen : homu with thorn Sunday , returnim ? on tlio train Monnay. Frank AsliW ( > rth , who resides north ot Mason , received word that hiu HOD , Wnltur , wl > o enlisted at Portland , Oregon , in Co. A , , 20th infantry , waH auuidontly drowned uh'lo bathing at Manila. Ma on City Tramrrlpi Prof. ,1. E Adamson , of Broken How , was in Mason City Monday , making HOIIHI improvements and noeoHHury rupairH on IUH telephone tiyHtum. Mr. AdaniHon ! H a wide awake hustling business man , and is giving di...

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 — 20 June 1901

VOL , XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THDRSDAY , JUNE 20 , I801.-EIGHT PAOES. NO , 1. etfafteax > 31 * J rft _ _ V\ J TiailJ TlmCentlpfflCtlOM. Nothing innro eutlefylng. i To know you xro just on the mlnuto. Ho euro when you start for a train that T you won't mlpp It § To keep jour Hjipolntiucnt to tlio eco- 5 A That's tin ) portol time eatlc.nctlon you L'Ct from u watch left \vlth mo lo be put in order. ( Undnate of Chttnuo Oinlmlmlc School Books it , itK > K /l\ Tablets ll / /l\ - AND School Supplies , AT * J , G. Haeberle's. P cJULY 272 ? 13 INCLUSIVE C.H.A.O.S. First and Best Fair of the Season. All Attractions o f Concert Music : > pedal Feature. Grand 4tliof _ J . Celebration. Genuine Mexicjui Bull Fights. Everyone Invited. Reduced Rates Erom All Points. Don't Fail to Come. JULY 2 TO 13. rnii'tli of July All kinds of 4th of July goods nt Mowon's. Flngs , Torpodoa , Rock- eta , 1'istols , Crnckora , ( Snnkos ) In fdct ovorythlng at J. C. "owon's. G-2O-21. ...

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 — 20 June 1901

err Custer County Republican D. M. AMHHHIlltY , KilltnrHiid IMililUlim : BKOKKN Bo\v , , , The hand that rocks the cradle Is sel dom the one that raps for order In the mothers' meeting. A New York mai1 Is reported lo have "lived live days on a nickel and then mulshed. " What olyu could have been iipected ? The bacilli of ulost contagious dls- rnncs are said to lie posscsH'd of tails. All the better for attaching a can of Alslnfcctanl to. The English taxpayer Isn't getting Ids farm buildings burned or blown up , but the added taxation stra'n on him will last over a longer period. Hnts are a menace to all mankind , according to a Japanese plague expert. Ami mice are icgaidod as a menace by ill womankind. Down with the ro dents ! MIHS Ellen A. ( Jrlllln , a rich recluse In New York , loft $10,000 to provide for a pet dog. How many outcasts might well wish they had been born some body's pet pup. The Methodist ministers of Now England are opposed to llshlng on Sun day , and yet as Ushers...

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 — 20 June 1901

* * - > * - - - mvHBmM- M * tLI AN OCEAN RACER- OATTtESHIP IL'tlNOlS 'FASTEST OF THEM ALL- Trlul Spin n Triumph A trrag * ' Sport ! of I 7..11 Knot * Tor runt Unnro llnnli All In Her Clim No I IKUU-I' In World C'nii liiml ; | HIT llocord. BOSTON , Missluno : 13. With the proud distinction of being tlic fastest battleship In America , and the speed iest of her class in the world , the next ea fighter , Illinois , llt-s at anchor in President's lead's tonight after a most successful trial. Over the gov ernment cour.e front Capo. Ann to ( Jape Porpoi.se and return , a distance' of sixty-six nautlual miles , she raced yesterday under the xxatohful eyes of United .s'uti's naval lepresentatixcs -and established a now record by nuhf mining an axerage .sieed [ of 17 ; i ! knots lor four consecutive hours. iNul onlj did siie ( leiii'jn.sUrate that siie xva. faster than any warship alloai of her Ki/e , but .she proved her ability loturn upon an enemy xvlth extraordinary quickness by'descri...

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 — 20 June 1901

( Ko , llcpuUlicau Pnbllibcil erery Thnnidnj at the Comity Bent. " " i ) . M. AMSltEltUV. Editor * 3.Cft1co In Ouster Block , Xonrth ATe.-ftr Kntmilntlliepottufficott Urokon ( low , Nob. , ni tccond-clata natter for trtnsmlf Mon through the U. H. M lls. aUUbOKUTION i'JUOE : Ono Year , In mhnnco $1.00 THURSDAY , JUNK 20 , 1001. VOLUME XX. With this isHuo , the HKI-UHLIOAN etarts out on its twentieth year. It onjoyn the distinction of being the oldept paper in Duster county , and the first established in Urokon Bow. It has wilueflHcd the birth and death of no ICHH than a dozen would-bo rivals. The days of the Kiii'UuuoAN have not always been prosperous. It lias had its days of rejoicing and days of adversity. For ton years it was the advocate of the principles of the republican party , when the county had a large majority against it. Both individ ual and public patronage was with drawn largely from it , with the view of crushing UH to the wall. Wo were crippled but not killed. For the...

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 — 20 June 1901

Ryno , Ryno , Juno 18 , 1901. 1 More rain , more raati Clarenoo Huff and wife and Mri. Turnbull called at J. H. Dean's Sunday , Born , to Mr. and Mrs , J. L > . Hoadly , June 13 , a son. I'll turn out the South Loup against any portion of the country for bugs , hoppers and kidn , and the oud is not yet. Rain , and still it rains. Over woven inches have fallen since the first of Jnne , with destructive hails in portiotiBof the country. Corn and gardens badly washed , alfalfa * hay damaged , yet crops are bone- fitted and are in fine condition. Corn is a good stand and is getting weedy owing to U being too wet to cultivate. Range never better and small grain improved. Some wheat making good appearance , where not injured by insects. Summer School Notes. MmsLilllo Id. Henne , one ot toe In structors , went homo lo Merna , Friday evening , returning Monday motntng. ' P-of. John J. Murray visited tbo Nor mal Monday. Prof. Murray WEB In structor In tbo Summer school lust year. Dr. 3. L...

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 — 20 June 1901

etty , or " | be Old rudge. Ky J. M. CONNliLLY dl8M.br Hob-It lion r'ii6im . [ Ml t ! hli ; s s x CHAPTKK IX. IConlinned. ) ' lllioilsl } 111' | lol.0h It tllHHIKll II kllOl- dirceily above Unfit * C.ohllc. towers tt 1 wllhin n coiiiilc of feel' "f hi * head. tlu'll , peering d wn. lingel- < " " lll ( ) ' to revel in the .I" } "f " anllcipnlloii. young imin. unluckily foi him , has that I" Hitbum - ttwnme.l . llu- atlit'i'le " TtinV mind in expressive of graceful case , aalnnrlmr himself oil tin- buck leg * of his thnlr and slluliil } rocking It. Hetty H the thing poised nbove -quick < -c catches fcis hcail. Illlll. tllOUgh III l momi'llt sllC pcogni/es II MS one of "nnny's favorllc eontriviime * . a Miirlled expression first flit * OUT her face ami an involuntary fx- .dnmall.in iNo , In her lip- Unfits fol artwlnu up her line ofigh ( , Midili'id } I"- holds Ilie giant hphlor seemingl } P'iniii" ' Jn'c down upon Ills fare , ami. with an ex- \hrows hliiiM-lf backward r7am.niMii...

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 — 20 June 1901

HISTORY OF RUBBEB. WORLD HAS BEEN SLOW TO AP PRECIATE ITS USES. Wan V.'ho Cuiiie with Coliimlm-j Saw llajtiaiiH 1'lnylnc llnll Knrly Uscil to I'.xcltulc Water from Coatt uml Jloota lnurcualtii ! Importation * . "The world was a long time learning the uses and value of rubber. For two cculuries after tlie Spaniards suw the Bum In the hands of natives of the new world , It was little more than u curl- oslty. Old llerrca , whu went with Co lumbus 011 Ills second voyage , made a note of an elastic ball which was mold ed from the gum of a tree. At their cames the nude llaytlans made It bound high In .the ulr. The A/.tecs were familiar with the sum and called it ule , and from them the Spaniards learned to smear it 011 their coats to keep out the wet. They had crossed the seas for gold , and never dreamed of a time when the sticky milk the un couth Indians drew from strange trees would be worth more than all the treasure of the hills. ( On Feb. 23 , IS'JO , u ship carrying a cargo of 1,10...

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 — 20 June 1901

i * C'oiinly Iloiinl of K < | iiull/nioii. ! Broken How , Nob. , Tuesday , Juuu 11 , 1001. PtUHiiaut to the provision of the Htmuto , thu count ) board ot Hiiju-r- Yisorb of CuHtur county , Nebrm-ka , mot an n County Bonn ! of Equali zation at tliu Court llotiHu in Jlrok- on liow at 0 o'clock Tuuuiiuy morn ing Juno 11 , 1(101. ( Thu meeting WHS culled to order by the Ciiairnutn wlio inHtruotud the olork to call the roll. The following mem born roHpond- cd to their UUIIIOH HMO wing a lull attendance ; ,1. V. lirciulibiihl , J < 'bn Coouey , J.V. . Ginli' ) , < i. Mi'iniT , 11. 1' , a vugu , CJ. II I'lKirpf , U. U. Lind , Tbo / ollouinijiiiJiinitloori / , wort ) appointed by il' - ' Chairman : On Uu a I Unt'tti ' * , Village and City Loth Jim. Cioncy , II. 1' . Savage. Un Live Htook , Kur.d , Ton'iiHhip and Village Levied .1. F. Breuh- bulil , G. JloiHui. Oo Holiool Bond , Village- and County Lovicif U. 11. Thorpe , J. W. Conloy , 0 , O Lind. J IIU Ul'llllllH IUDI1 IIIIIIIUI ...

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 — 27 June 1901

VOL XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 27 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 2 , or behind time- may mcnn Oleaster for ono who en aid ha on time , A steady tlnio-kecper ID an absolute ne cessity. Yon can't get alone with n watch that rnns slow ono day and fnet another. .1 There la no reason to get rlong with euch ' a watch when I am hero to ropalr It for * $ yon anil at reasonable prices. I repair nil wntclits , from the simplest to the finest neil most complicated. In u thoroughly workmanlike manner. I A 3 rodnate of Chlcaco Opthalmtc College. School Books , Tablets k AND \l/ School Supplies , lk | t * J. G. Haeberle s : , fourth of July. All kinds of 4th of July goods at Uowon's. plags , Torpodos , Rock ets , Pistols , Crackers , ( Snakes ) In fact everything at J. C. nowon's. 6-2O-2t. Notice to tlio I'nblio. Owners of city property are hereby notified to out the woods on their lots and streets and save cost. If let etand until out by the city , the expense will b...

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 — 27 June 1901

etty , or The Old . . By J. II. CONNELLY iAi'Tnu x.Continued. ( . ) - | "Oli , hut this it line' " Hliouleil several yoir.v. "line , Jim. lie down lIKIlIn ! < Ct at iiiml hojs ! " Hi H moment , OIK' of tinjoinu : men ptrPtchpil liiinwplf out mi liN back , Upon IOK. liimlim : lii" 'irtu ' cttiilKht l > ! * nlili'H , nnil luilf n ihiwi otliei * ninth . d thi'insph PH. three on cadi hide , with mete- Jy the lips "f ii loii'fliiKcrs touclihiK film dmof HIP bjilandcih cxehilmeil : "Mold In. " urn ! tinMVPII held Hidi liu'iith. until tlipj M-enird to swell ami ow roil , uhfll just UK 11 wan PV lib-Ill tliej conlil not ciiniinup ihe reslr.ilnl n ffi-fotiil loiiBpr IIP ouli . l"Noxx' " And in ti nllj tlic recumbent imm ceeiiicil to flout up In ( litmr , not lib n llflcil welulil. dm rnlliPi n n cork , llbpratpcl deep 'I'1"1 ' ' ( n tlic xxutpr. tliirtK up to tilt- sin fan- MjinlfcKtlj , the tix hntl pniiln.\Ptl | no c\ rtinn , such f would IIHVP IIPPII nt PCS tt > lo n the sttlrclj...

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 — 27 June 1901

CLEVER "CON" GAMES , TWO OCCASIONS WHEN SWIN DLEF.o USED THEIR DRAINS. English 1'ulr Appreciated Tliclr Own Bmartncai and Could Not Hcslit the Tciiiptntlon to IIcniBt French Method of Getting a Visitor's "Money. After carrying through a clovct swindle which netted J hi'in $1,100 re cently , two London "crooks , " named Grnluger and Hlce , ln-came so puffed up over their smartness that they boast ed of their exploit mid through boastIng - Ing came to grief. They began opera j tions by forging a check for -'SO , sign ing It with the name of a man who had a bjg balance In his bank. Then Grainger "made up" to resemble thu | perfaon whose name was being usedj ] and , waiting mull the man had gonu out toluncheon , slipped into his otllco 11 nil Into the telephone box. At thu same minute Hlce appeared at the bank and presented the check , lie Bald he was a new clerk of the man whose name was on the check , but the cashier rofiibcd to give the money to him until he was Identified. Rice said...

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 — 27 June 1901

ffltunlcr ( So * ilcpublican I'liMIMieil orcry Tluirmlny nt Itiu Uontity Bout. 1) . M. AM.SHKHHY. IMltor M-Otleo In Castor lllock , fourth ATO.-ir Kntrrnl lit tlio Voatortlce nt llroknn How , Nub , M Rncoml'Cliu * matter ( or lr nimlf nlon through thoU. H.Mftlll. One Yo&r. In ftdvnnco THURSDAY , JUNK 20 , 1001. For mnchino politico tlio funion party of Ciistar County liaa grown tlio inoHt rnnk , Mnyor Carter Harrison IB a can didate for president in 11)01 ) on tlio dcinoorntio ticket. Tlio funion county convention has boon oallud for Monday July 22 The primaries arc called for Friday July 10. The tnnrvol is that Elijah tlio tlnnl , lias resided in Chicago HO long without being kidunppod , It inuat bo that Pat Crowo line not honrd of him. It in reported that thuro in a move on foot for a Hyndioato to buy of all tlio rail rondrt in the country with tlio view of selling out to the government ornmont in the distant future for $10,000,000,000. A now politic * ! party waH or. gatmet !...

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