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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1909)
TIJE REPUBLICAN , CU-STtiR COUNTY , NEBRASKA. II
NEAR1NG A CLOSE
NT I'LAirORM ' MKSUIIIS
HAVE VI : F I'ASSLI ) .
ONI : PLANK TURNED DOWN
County Oplion and Woman's Suffcrajjc
do not Meet with Pavorablc Consid
eration at the I In nils of
Lincoln , Neb. , March 15th
( pc-cial to the Republican )
When the Senate and House ad-
j uirncd for the week on Friday of
] ist week , the House had com-
j.lctcd the fifty-second day of the
j -ssion and the Senate the forty-
: tilth. This gives the House
light more legislative days and
1 ie Senate eleven more for which
1'iey ' can receive pay. In conse- !
( [ iience , talk of adjournment is al- '
toady rife , though the members
are well aware that to accomplish
Miy thing they will have to re- ,
j < nin a number of days beyond j
1 he time for which the law gives
1 ticm pay. Kxcept for more or
1-ss trival matters , affecting the
Lome affairs of members , who
have introduced bills relating to
j uch incidents and vigorously
Schedule of Broken Bow Mnilt.
FUR TIIU r.Asr CUHIC AS i'oi i o\\s :
Train No 40 . 0 a m
'I c.i in No 4i . 'iJ" : a MI
'Iraia No 44 . 7KI : p tn
iillKH VOH TllltVKSr CLO4R AS I'OLLO\V !
Train No 43 . 8:00 : a m
'i rain No 41 . 7:30 | i in
B open Sunday from 9 3J to 10 3) a in
days , < J30 ; a. m. lot.SO i > in.
U. & M. Train Schedule
UOUN'l ) AST UOMIU
t > : > a in No. 40 . C:40 : a in
I o < l . . . .11.27 j > iti No.4'i . V.fO a m
I o 43 . . . . S.Ua m Nu. 44 . 11:27 : 11 m
l\os 31 .irtJ < . ) run l : twrii Lincoln and Itrukrii
How only , anil nut on Suu.laj *
1 iclKlH trains NOH 47 auil 43 Carry uiu euKcrt ,
Iml arc run a extras
Aycr's Sarsaparilla is not a
strong drink. As now made ,
there is not a drop of alcohol
in it. It is a non-alcoholic tonic
and alterative. Ask your o\vn
doctor about your taking this
medicine for thin , impure
blood. Follow his advice
every time. He knows.
Wo publlBh our formula !
Wo bnnlnh nlcoliol
from our medloine
Wo in en you to
Ask your doctor , "What is the first great
rule of health ? " Nine doctors out of
ten will quickly reply , " Keep the bowels
regular. ' ' Then ask him another ques
tion , "What do you think of Ayer's
1'ills for constipation ? "
Undo by tuo J. C. Ayer Co. , Lowell , Mius.
pushed Hi-ill to pissaye , ahm-t
' no legislation of a gviit'rul rliar-
acliT has bci'ii accomplished.
The geiienl appropriation hill *
are not yet out of the Hmnr ,
wliile the lunk guirantec bill , t i
which the good Democrat piu- >
his failli , haap.nsed the House
and is on its way to passage in
the Senate , though not yet an
accomplished fact in that body.
There are predictions of serious
senatorial amendments to be of
fered to this bill , many of the
Democratic senators not lakiny
kindly to the radical measure
which has passed the lower house
and an attempt to seriously amend
the bill in the Senate may com
plicate this "Democratic cam
paign pledge" to such an extent
as to make the passage of this
measure delated until close to the
end of the session.
The Democratic majority ! >
fully aware of the fact that an
unfavorable record has been made
so far as an apparent neglect of
the measures which the people
expect at their hands , and with
the close approach ol the end ol
the session , the D muc-a'ic lead
ers behold with consternation the-
record made by their party re-
prcsen'ativcs ' in the legislature.
So much time and effort has been
spent in planning to load the
statutes down with a new and
long list of public officers with
salaries attached , to be appoint
ed by the governor , that the leg
islation of a character really de
manded by the people has been
neglected to an astonishing de
gree. As a final effort to save
from the \\reck of the party re
putation such temnatits as lhe\
may , both Senate and House havt
authorized sifting commute---
take charge of the general liU
about the middle of this month ,
with a view to sifting out and
forcing to passage such measure *
as the commitleeb may think art.
needful to protect the Democratic
party reputation. So much di
versity ol opinion is known to
exist among the majority IIHMII
i bi rs of both houses that it is ex
trcmcl ) doubt I ul if this plan wil
result in any unusual progress ,
and the end of the session mu\
easily witness a situation in
which the rank and file of the
Democratic party throughout the
state will be more severe critic ol
the 31st session of the legislature
controlled by a Democratic ma
jority in both houses , than ar-
the citix MIS who have no politic. !
interest in their party all airs
The lack of cohesion of the Dt
mocratic majority in both houses
is apparent in every day's session
Apparently actuated by no com
luou purpose , honey-combed will
members who interests are not in
common with the claimed slogai
of the Democratic party , "tin
rule of the people , " but rathe
allied with corporate and spccia
interest , they are at loggerhead
frequently with themselves , tin
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H. L , Ormsby , Broken Bow , Neb. ,
L. W. WAKHI.KV , G. P. A. , OMAHA.
i rip jjjjiji * u a
o 6 d i
Sold only in
guess-work and trusting to
be sure of good luck
baking , buy no soda
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
pretentious of their party plat
form , and their leaders in the
state , and it is not an unfounded
prediction that the present ses
sion of the legislature will go
down into the history of the state
as the most ineffective and care
less bed } ' of lawmakers assembled
at the state capital in a geuer-
During the past week Senator
Ransom ( Democrat ) oi Omaha
led the fight which resulted in
the defeat of an issue much loved
by the peerless leader William J.
liryan , and announced by him as
a cardinal principle of democracy
in his recent address to a joint
-.ession of the legislature as
among the laws that should be
enacted by the Democratic ma
jority at this session. This was
the bill by Donohoc , providing
for the "inititave and referen
dum" and the fact that this dem
ocratic plank is today in the leg
islative scrap heap may be credit
ed to the Omaha senator , who
led a fierce oratorical charge
against the bill
Woman's Sufferage , after win
ning an apparent victory in the
House during the past week , was
killed in the senate by theindefi-
nutc postponement of the bill
which had passed the House bill
was II. 11. 120 by Howard of
Douglas , which proposed a con
stitutional amendment giving to
women all the voting rights now
enjoyed by men. The bill passed
the House by a narrow margin
but could not escape from the
Senate committee to which it was
referred on reaching the Senate.
I he Senate committee reported
the bill for indcfiuate postpone
ments , which was agreed to , and
the issue of Woman's Sufferage
has met its defeat for this ses
Drs. Farnsworth & Beck
Drink "Blua Ribbon" coffee
Roasted fresh every day. 24tf.
FOK SAI.H One Second-hand
Tiger drill. Has been used but
one season. One new H > inch
riding plow. One new lumber
wagon , complete. If you want a
bargain , call at once , as this
stuff is going to be sold. I have
no use for it. E C. HOUSE. m4-2t
We are in the market FOR
WHITE and YELLOW COKN.
Will pay the highest price of
fered on the Broken Bow mar
ket. Call and see us before sell
S. J. LONHKOAN
Mike O'Brien , of Oconto , was
in the city on business Friday.
Has been sold to me by
J. II. Sloggett. I intend to
run a clean orderly house
and I invite all of my friends
to call and see me and I hope
that Mr. Sloggetts friends
and customers will remain
as customers of mine. Come
in and I will treat you right.
Remember that I can fur
nish you as good beds as
you can get anywhere in the
city and my price is 25c.
HF'oocl Oeziitoar f
Hein/ Chili Sauce 35 cents per
! ' 1 SII ! ' 0 R
fish aoc per 11) ) .
1'ancy Black Is
land Bloater smok
ed 3 for 10.
Salt White fish
3 for 25.
lake Trout Joe per
Shrimp 15 and 300
IKackrel 20 and 250
Oysters lo and 2oc
Sardines , 10 & 12 , ! <
Salmon 12 ' 4-15.20.
New 19 > S Garden Seeds and
Onion Sets 5 cent" .
Sun KLst Oranges , the
Fanciest , Jnciest , Sweetest ,
Cheapest and Best , n do/en
Fancy White Feather a
blcndid Syrup just right for
flap jacks , griddle cakes etc.
Gallon pail 60 cents.
Coffees which have our
personal attention and \\hich
we guarantee to be the finest
produced. Prices 15-20-25
30-35 and -lo C per pound.
Fairy Soda Crackers the Hest
on earth in 6 Ib packages at loc
clams 2oc per can
Herring 2oc pei can
Salt Salmon 12'jc
Sauce 30 cents.
II e i n / Tomato
Soup with Sweet
Cream its fine soc
IJaby Sardines in
French Olive Oil 2
cans for 25 cents
worth 35 cents.
Stock dips , Stock foods , Hog
Regulator Poultry Panada all
Pure Old TRADE. Cldor Vlnoiiar J. C.
J , / MARK Pure Food Products
± M'l ' A' init.nfl in'l-i 11 &J
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