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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 18 July 1901

- .4 ' ' - VOL XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 18 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES. NO , 5 , "ALL IN YOUR EYfc" Is a saying expressive of , itriagitiary trouble. It is ' more probable that real trouble - ( ble will be all in ihfi-u's. j This is an age of defective j eyes , but not so much one of serious eye trouble as before the extensive use of glasses. \ Statistics show that blindness - t ness has dereased over GO 6 per cent since , the advent of ' ! glasses for the correction of complicaled optical defects. Hike to do my share in helpjj jj in'g the good work along. A Let me help you. ] Graduate of Chlcauti OuHiulmlo College. School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , ' . -AT- . G. Haeberle's ; PURE Pickling vinegars at J. C. Bowen'ti. Ctnircli 8or\lcen. OUKltiTIAN OI1UHCH. Eu-leavor subject for Sunday , July 21. "A Strong Weak Man. " Text : Judges , ID2030. . "Uut \\istnut tlmtthd Lonlvnis deimrlcd from Ulm. " Judgas , 10:20. : Spebial mnaiu lor the occasion. A g...

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 July 1901

Custer County Republican p. M. AMNIllIttltY , Kit I turn ml I'nlillnliri BHOKJKN Dow , HKUKASKA Humor Is the spice of life ; but oven pico Is often out of place. Getting Into an Irrelevant environ ment Is what makes queer people look queer. One of the most dllllcult things In life IB to stop talking after you are through. Try It once. What makes the tramp problem worse Is that the tramp himself never floes any work towards solving It. For defaulters and embezzlers to ( ly at times of yroat llnnncial excitement la only more evidence that money has wings. A real Iluhcns Is said to have neon found lu Chicago. The real Houbcna , vlu'ii they reach that town , are timmlly Invited to Invest In a gold brick. The fact that the Inventor of the fountain pen left an estate of 577.000 Is evidence that occasionally an Inventor ccta the profit on hln Invention him- faclf. nale of bogus lemonade has been ( forbidden by law In New York State- . ' "Why should a State allow the Inner Nnlng of thc , st...

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 July 1901

THE CHASE ENDED MAN-HUNTERS RETURN HOMEDE- 6PAIRINQ OF CAPTURE. of Climtron , Nob. , Think Currr the f.enilpr Itobbers niujr bo Appro- hciulcd Whllo on Their Way out of the State. i 'BuTTK , Mont. , July 0. An Inter- hlountaln special fiom Malta says all dope of capturing the Great Northern cobbers has been abandoned. One by one the men who accompanied the , authorities in the chase to the south ward have returned , and the general opinion appears to be that the rob bers have madcgood their escape. The cnen composing the sheriff's possesent out from Glasgow have despaired of capturing the men and the chase has I been given up from this end of the lino. , Hopes are entertained that the rob bers may be apprehended while on Chelr way out of the state , but the an- Charities of the southern counties of Montana , experienced trackers , are flrm In the belief that the riders scat tered as soon as they were nqar the oouthern boundaryof the state , and ( reached the Hole-in-the-Wall by cir ...

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 July 1901

r/1 IfS Co , I'nbMfbed ovry Thursday nt thr County Seal. > . M. AMSKHUUY , > - i : < ntor S l lock. Fourth ATO.- > % lnterwl Hi lli l > o liilllco nt Hrofceli How , Ntili. , i , \ Kt occoiitUnf ! iiiiiiurf < irtriini'inli' loii through tf the U. ' . * . .Mulls. , . . 4" i J i < < A 1 1. & i. * 7 00 U : < h * f Col itlX ) IJUKr.cr culumn , per . ou l-ef than qomter column , 61) ii i n ch per month i * on fliet pago. CO cents per Inch , per "dvcrlh'InK 5 c nts per line cncli Inscr- Nottco ot church fairs , soclnblca end entertain- munis whcro money Is charged , ono.rmlf rates. Soclctj notices and icrnlntlonx , ouo-hfllf riitce. Wedding rotlccs rroe. lull price tor puhlttnlug lUtof prceente. . . . . Ueatn notices frco , hall prlca for pobllehlni' obituary netlcci , nnd cards of thanke. Legal uotlcoa at rntes proTlilcd by g'atntcs of Ncbraaks. _ _ _ _ THURSDAY , JULY 18,1901. Call fur County Convention. The electors of the republican ill party of CiiHter c...

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 — 18 July 1901

t 8KNATK HILLS. - T HOHKO roll Ko. Oli. tiy Moekoll , ninkos law relating to COP * of county olllrt'r.i In LancoMtcr county snnu1 with ro- dnncil census us It was before. Mouse roll Xo. 157. by KVIUN , per mits liTljjallon tllsti'lcls to pay olT bonded Indelitednessvltli money on lniHd tlimucli ( be eoiintv trensnrcn. Ilou.su roll No. Ul."i. by Hull , anl'.ior- Izlnj ; the governor of the stnto of NY- brnska to appoint three commissioner ? on behalf of nnld state of Xebraskn , to act conjointly with a like ri.-mnlsslon from Iowa , In agreeing upon a bonu1- dary line between said states of Ne braska and Iowa wheie ehanues In the Missouri river make It Indellnltc. Iloncp roll No. 'JOO. ' by Vandeirrlft , for the relief of Sherman county , Ne- bra.ska , and to npproprlsUe U10.M for taxoo paid In excess Into the Insane asylum fund of the state. House roll No. ( ! , by Mockett , changing law so that In counties of over UO.OOlt Inhabitants , the county commissioners may receive a salary o...

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 July 1901

etty , or I be rddde. By J. II. CONNELLY. dJKO.IlloliflrtUon er'i Bon * . [ All Hehln n > rrd ) CHAPTIOU XTV. H was hard for Hetty , when she ant Mary nestled rlose before tlie lire tliul evening for their customary long sym pathetic talk , iinil when , afterward , ihov retired to bed together , to re.sti-aln licraelf from telliiiK tin ? important step lie contemplated tiiklnjc on the morrow. IJnt the secret was not wlioll } her own , wild she fenred to Intrust it to the diances of the little old maid's involun 1nry betrayal. The only person to whom Ah < > could talk frankly about il was Dun- " * ' ' wy , whoso corporation was , to a cei tain < xtont , necessary In the plan John had tformed , and whose willingness to render ft wns Him ply enthusiastic. "You , " she said to him , "want to get down to thu bend of the Voml , by the big walnut tree , real early In the morning nd wait there until John comes along in Ills cutter. The ifiinute jou see him , ( ire two Hhots , cl...

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 July 1901

DOG WORKS MIRACLE , HE SAVES A FAMILY FROM THE POORHOUSE. Not Only Tlmt , He Atmi I'ald Ifcnt , Buiip.ic.1 the Table , 1'rovldud Medi cine fur it Sick Woman , and 1'nt Blioci on Ills Master' * l-'cut. This Is a story of n dog tlmt snvocl 11 man uiul his wife from the poorhouse. The dog paid the rent , bought medicine for a sick woman , kept the table going for a mouth , uud oven put shoes on his mastcr' feet. Flash Is the name of the dog , and ho la n fox terrier. How ho performed thcbu remarkable things Is best told by his owner. "My wife and I came to Chicago about four months ago from St. Louis , " he ' said. "Wo had been married only a'short time when I lost my position as a drug clerk. I tried for two weeks to get work at aiiy kind of employment , but I was unable to find anything to earn u dollar at. So we decided to pick op and come to Chicago. Upon our ar rival here we got three rooms for $7 a month and settled down to honseUcep- lug as soon as the furniture arrived. 1 "It w...

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 July 1901

A GOOD TUADI.NU I'OW. ltJ8 Surrounded lij n Itlcli running nnil Urnziug Country. Despite the fnot that Arnold has no rnilroud lifter HO many efforts to got one have failedi HIC'M ! still n good town and continues to forge ahead. AH to getting a railiond , the people there say that it's only a matter of n short ttmo when ll'cir transportation facilities will be ol the best , Arnold hai four general wtoref , a drug store , a hardware store a first- oliiss hotel n barber shop and restaurant , and a blaukMiiitli shop. Among the live bu-iriuBS men of thi ! place is A. . Hoffman. Mi. Hoffman formcily conducted a bunk at ArncM , .iud three yuard ago entered the mi-rcrtnlilti busincuH. IlohiiH a line block of goods , a nicely arranged store and enjoys a largo patronage. lit also handles c owerc , binderH and twine. Mr. Hoffman is a genial and accommo dating gentleman und has a largo circle of friends. The Kingman Hotel is run by J 0. and Mra. Kobinson. The Kingman is well worthy the popular...

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 July 1901

8Ute Hltt Librarian Soolilj VOL. XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 25 , 1901-ElGHT PAGES , NO , 6 A GOOD PAIR , Every well reg-ulated pock et should carry the pile , ami ' well household ever } regulated hold have the other. I In this working1 season its an economical proposition I for you to have time , both in your pocket and iu the house. The man who is alwaj's asking some one for the time is behind the times and the only way to get up and stay up is to suppty his pocket and his house with v these two essentials of a I well regulated life. Graduate of CUicueo Opthutinlc College. School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , AT J. G. Haeberle's : , PURE Pickling vinegars at J. C. Bowen't ? . You can save money by ordering your reading matter through the REPUBLICAN. Wo can furniuh vou nearly all the papers and magazine ' tor leas than publishers price * . PURF extracts at J. C. Bowen's. Notleetothe Public. Owners of city property are hereby notified to cut...

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 July 1901

Custer County Republic , D. M. AMHItr.llKY , Killtor nmt I'ulillilio BnOKKN IlOW , NltUKASKJ Let Germany cheer up. All IB not lost. She still lends the United States In the lliubcrgpr cheese trade. If there was a Carnoglo clan in Scot land it's tartan pattern might pardon ably be turned Into the biggest kliid of * check. That project of exporting our coal to Prance Is not likely to lessen the warmth of feeling already entertained there for America. If all hazing IH prohibited at Wast Folnt the young gentlemen may be forced In desperation to devote them- telvcs exclusively to their studies. There is nothing odd In Morgan buyIng - Ing curios In Europe. In common with many other multl-mllllonalrcs he has already a great collection of stamps. Pn Klmmcrinnn says the Duke of Manchester Is thoroughly capable of taking care of himself. Pa seems to have the long end of the argument , too. The duke exhibited his ability when he tot married. A woman IKIR been robbed of her fewcls because she f...

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 July 1901

BOOK BARRED OUT NAVY WILL NOT SANCTION HIS TORY OF LATE WAR. turTi on Admiral Sclilev Violent Abu * * Declared ManlfcMly Improper Au thor linen Dnn-iiiitl l.niijtnnKe tu Crltl- olmn-Oenoral Angim I'rotcnt. ( 1 WASHINGTON , July 20. The secre tary of the navy has decided that the third volume of MacClay's history of the Spanish-American war shall not be used as text book at the naval icadetuy unless the obnoxious lan guage it contains in characterizing the action of Rear Admiral Sohley is eliminated. The secretary says that Ib would be manifestly improper to have a history containing such In temperate language as a text booker ( or the cadets He will inform both Commander Wainwrlghb who Is in command of the naval academy , and Mr. MacClay , the author , of his decision. In this connection the secretary says that the. proofs were not submitted to him. He received only the proofs that relate tc. the mobiliza tion of the fleet , which contained a summary of the orders which he , as secr...

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 July 1901

, Republican I'nbUtlioil oTery Thureilsy nt Hie County Hont , 1) . M. AMSU12U11Y. JM. < nco in Cnetcr lllock , Voarth ATo.-f Entered nt tlir postofflco nt llrolicn How , Noli. , it : Bccoml-dnpo runttur for trnnfniltelon tlirouijli the U.S. Malls. 8UH80UUTION ntlClt ! Ona Vo&r , in ( vlvnncu . . . $1 no AlvKHTlSINa Hue colninii , i tr nioiitli , S7 1)0 , Onn-liulf rol umn , per month , SIM ( luricr column , \ r inoiith , S2.0 Leer * tlmii < | untti > r culiniiii , W cants per Inch vcr month Ctnis on Iliet imno , GO coutH IHT luoli , 1'Cr ' mnnlli. Local advertising 6 cauls jior line uncli liter- Motlco of church falri noclnhlcp inul < niorinln- uieiita uhoio ninnur It cliutgi'il , uini.lmlf rultx tiocloty noticus eua revolutions , one half intcK Wodillug notices free , half julci1 for publlMiIng lletof lirusontK , Uasth nollcog free , Imlf ptlc * for | mbll hn ! obituary notices , nnd curds of ihaukn. LcK'il ' uotU-w nt r UB jiruTldrd hy n'Htiitcsof Nebraska , I'llUR...

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 July 1901

Notice to the 1'ubllc. Owners of city property are hereby notified to out the weeds on their lotH and streets and save . ' coHt. If let stand until cut by tlio As city , the expenm1 will be charged to the property and nddod to your tax. 0-27-lf. r. M. Towsusv , Marshal. FOUND Uy Lou and i'liul Atliej a caldiu of tob.'imio , Sunday , whioli the owner can hnvo by proving proderty and poyiny lor thin nottuc. The iif.nl Mciitt lor Mtoiiuicli Ullll HllNVfl " 1 Imvo been M Iliad u. Ini'tnena ( or twfiitv ypnre it' . * ' "H1 - ul inn. ' ' ) ol ILu pi ( > | ) ite'tri ( iii- il i"in * ( iin > ' Hutu AUIOU tllH Ofl' 'O ' ' -I I " "OtH'Vif Plll'ld nnythltui t > ni i il 'linn. . o lain' Olio Qholeru ami I'ltH'.uiu U un-ily | . .r N etouiuuli and Ii n > -l r u > l - ' en ) * O W. xVabolieM r'lii'ti' ' t > , U i ' Uni > reuietJy ctucil iw.i-'i i ci'tof c i-i- era tuurbiiH In inj Umilv niid I Imve nml fiilil liuiuluiilf of tmi tics of it ID ih v fii'toun'M tn U "tr i ii'iti' H...

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 July 1901

r oio. llctmbticau I'nbllelioit otery Thursday nt the County flout , tS-C co In Cnetcr liloclt , Vontth ATH.-VT Entered nt lliP I'ostolllco i\t llrolien How , Nob. , us Bdcoml-eliuB ronttur for Irntmnltttlon tlirotiijli the U. 8. Malls. One Ycnr , in advnticu . II ( K ) One colnmti , per month , (7 00 , lnnlinlt ) col utnn , tier month , SlX ( ( iuuticr column , p'r month , 52. W ) I < OP limn quiutvr coliiuiii , MJ cotits per Incli ) Hr ! iiiontli Cf.ru on Iliel IIORU , CO conln | iur luoli , I'cr ' mniith. , Local odvcrllf ! HK B cisiiln per line cncli ii.icr- Mcitlco of church falr > , loclnblc * nnd ( iiiiorlnlii- uiviite ulioio munur U cluirged , ouu.liulf inlvn. MiclcU notices eua rct > mtitlon onc-lmlf iiitcH. Woddlugtotlcus froo. lull pilci- lot publishing lUt ot tirt'KoiitB. Death natlooa frco , linlf | ) tlcj for publiMiliiK obituary notices , und cards of tlinuUa. LcK"l uollcw nt runs | ir Tldpd liy s'litntcBUf Nebraska , I'llURSUAY , JULY SB , 11101. ' Call for ...

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 July 1901

( Co. Jlcpablicau Published orcry Thursday at thoConuty Boat. 1) . M. AMSBEltllY , Editor * 3O < llco In Castor 13lock , Fourth Are.- Entered at the poatoffico at Broken Dow , Nob. , a Bocoud-olans matter for tranemltBlon through the U. 8. Malls. BDUBOIUITIUN One Ynar , In advance 51.00 mURBDAY , JULY 25 , 1901. Local 111 Mention. N. J. Oitun was a city visitor yesterday. Edward Smith , of Elton , was a friendly caller Tuesday. The tcacbor'fl instiuto has 240 teachers enrolled today and more are expected. Mr. aud Mrp. Harry Bangs have another heir in their homi . She was born last Saturday. Eh MoCandlosB. of Heat , made this oflico a friendly call Saturday aud bad hie subscription advanced a couple of notches. Jules Haumont , ol Elton , was in Tuesday , lie reports the wheat all destroyed by the chinch bugs and the corn buffering for want of rain Fleming valley , three mileis south of town boasts of havicg the h'u i > l prospects the ) ever had for corn. Tii'y ! liiive had two...

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 July 1901

Republican VnbllBlioil orery Thursday nt UieUnnntjr Bout , 1) . M. AMSUElfuYi Killlor * & .C < nco In Cnelor Ulock , Vonrth ATH.-V Entered nt ilio i > oetomco nt llroki-n How , Not ) . , us Bccoud-clnrBinnUcrfor IrnriMuUiilon through thoU. 8. Malls. HUllBCllU'TioNTuuTltl One Vonr , Jnadvnnco , Si ( Hi ADVKHTIS1NQ One colnmn , per nionlli , 7 liO , Onn-linlf n < utnn , | > cr inontn , SIW ( Courier column , | nr month , S2.W ) Lorn tlmn ijuuitcr column. Hi cunte per Inch per tnutiUi Ctnm on tliut IIQUO , CO coula per luoli , i > or inmitu , LoculnJvcrllflnt6 cuulR | > or llnu vncli li.ier- Notice of church fairs , goclnhlc * nnd miiorlnln- incuts wlioru niuitojU cimrgc'd , uuu.luilf rutux , yocloty notices eua rci-i'lutloiif. ' onu-lmlf IIIIVK. \Vuildlug toilets free , half price for iiuulltlilng llelof nrenotiu , Death nmlccs free , linlf pile > for pul obituary notices , iihd cnriln of tlmnUn. Lcpil uotlcj.1 at ratis jir rldcd 17 s'li , _ , Nebraska , rilUK...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 July 1901

r ' - = Notice to tlio 1'ubUc. Owners of city property arc hereby notified to cut the weeds on their loin and streets and save ooHt. If lot eland until cut bytho city , the expense will be charged to the property and nddnd to your tax. 0-27-tf. 1 * . M. Towsutv , FOUND By Lou and laul Atlu-j a caidiu of tob.'iuuo , Sunday , which tlio owner can have by proving prodorty and paying lor thin notice. The Henl M 'lllf | - lor MtOIIIHCll uiul aiosvfi rot4l > les. "I Imvo linen M tliutl u : lni iiio.a for tVmitV yeiUB H'1 l ll > ( - ill inn t fil ] of ILu picpitet'iri ! . ! ii.c'tH" ( MI > ' unto Auiou , ! tilt * n in 'i-i ' I " 0 ii VK'iiinil rtnytliliiki t > ij i > l ' 'iiuii" t1 lain' 0 > lic Cholera and IMIM'.M. I' nit-ily i..r 11 BtooiucU unit I ) iiu-l r u < l . - ' m\ * O W. WakulieM. C'lirii1' . - , ti \ l -i < < rouieily ciitccl tun < " \ i ti > ' - < n ( i' 1-1- ern morhiiB In inj l."inlv ntid 1 Imvd rdcoiuiuumltMl anil sold hutnliciK oi imi ti...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 July 1901

etty , or j be nldfle. By J. II. CONNELLY CcpyrtBht , 18OT d im bjr Itnbert lion rr' Son * . [ All ilshti CHAPTER XV.Continned. < . ) The day watchman of the ferry com pany , smoking his pipe on the bank us John drove down by him , warned him , IIH be did all who seemed to be strangers. "Tho Ice isn't as safe us it has been. " "But they are still crossing on It , " nn- ewcrcd John , nrgumentntlvely. "Thero to a cutter just starting to como across flrom Pittsburg now. " "Oh , yes. They do. And they will , until somebody breaks through nml Is T * . v M * - Browned , I suppose , ns they do uvcry * " < 8P winter. I don't say It Isn't safe enough yet for a single horse and cutler If jou are caieful ; bill you'll hnvo lo look out , you don'l gel off llio curving track that IB marked out. There nro thin patches ( Snside Ihu bends , both ways , where It jrniildn'l be safe for a mnn lo go nfool , Pol alone drive a horse. " "Thank yon heartily for the caution , " replied the young man ,...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 July 1901

7 * " V ' v > S . > * * 5 5 * * ? ' ' -r' " " f < * * < r"Ai" . < tfn ' n n n i 1111,13 Gimcrnl Howe , with his Hrltlsh tinny , held pos-esslon of I'ltlhuleliihla , ami General Washington , with the few half-starved trooiw under his Immediate command , wns encamped at a place called White Marsh , n few miles distant from the city , nn Incident occurred , which , though seemingly trilling In Itself , may have had an Important bearing upon the destiny of the whole country. Lieutenant Colonel Craig , command ing a detachment of light horse , was ordered to approach the ei.emy's lines , end hover near them , In the capacity of vldettes , to pick up any Intelligence that might be of value to the army. While engaged In this Important duty one cold , rnw day In December , nn or derly called his attention to a woman who was coming up the rond. The otllcer watched her as'she as cended the hill , nml wlinn he perceived , by her stopping and looking frightened , that she hud dis...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 July 1901

POPULIST CONVENTION. Tlio populist county convention met in the opera IIOOHU Monday , July 22 , nml was culled to order by J. 11. Dunn , chairman of the county oentral committee. Prayer was offered by Rev. Myers of the U. iJ. church. Sncretary llnkoa read the call \Y. J. Taylor was uloolud temporary ourirman nnd E It. Piirooll , score- tary. tary.On taking the chair , Taylor made a epet'iih ani ( 'Xprcs-ca how exceed ing anxious he was that the popn list jiuiiy Would win tins fall nud urged harmony. Hia efforts to euthiisu thtf uorivuntion was OUCCOHH- ful in gUling a domonutration eyery lie would mal.o a period. It had the nppeiniu'u of being media nical , but as H wsw ti convention of oaiundatuH , the uaMinud unthuHnsm flattened out very piuooptivdy before - fore the adjournment and persona ! charge * and 'uiuntor uhurgpa wore frqu ntly Indnlijt'd m. Yet some of the successful candidjilcH inttiHt tint U was a h.iriiionU'H convention. The chair wan nuthomud to ap point the usual co...

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