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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1910)
OUSTER COUNTY IfiDPUBLIOAN
$1.00 For Year.
All subscribers arc considered permanent
niul if they wish to Ulscoiuinno are expected
to pay all arrearnucfcatui notify
Kntr.red i Broken How , Nchrankn , ( or trann-
! In tlio UnltcJ Ht.iUfs inaiU
at second clasH rnle * .
D. AL AMSW.RRYr Editor and Publisher
Where matter IN net on wood base electrotype
n Hat price of twenty ccittn pur Iticli.Hliitrlcool *
oiiiii , foi each Intcrtlmi , two or more ItiHertlmiR
IS cuiitft t > iT lucli. SS | ) l.il position , Millie In ,
kcrtltm iO cento per Hull , Metal bane , electron
t o or more times , 15 cm in per Inch , Payment
dint of each month.
Local ailvertlHluir five CCIHB pur line caclilii
Notice of clmrch clinrcli falrn , noclables anil
fiilcrtalnitiL'iHH where money IH cliaruutl , one
hnlf rates ,
Death noticed free , half > r > lor imblUliltiK
Card of Tlianku , 0 ccn H.
Legal notices at r.VCH provhlcd tatute of
Society uotlccHand t 'solution * , one-ha.'l r.ues
Wedding notices flee , lialf price for HMt of
Washington , D. C. Until the
membership of the new llules
Committee of the House of Rep
resentatives has been determined
upon and that Committee acts in
regard to some specific legisla
tion , it will be impossible to de
termine whether the "recent
revolution" was worth while or
not. There seems to be a dis
position on all sides to let the
matter rest now for the present
session , and certainly no faction
or party or individual has cause
to be very jubilant over the out
come. The Democrats simply
played the game and do not seem
to be criticised from any quarter ;
the so-called regulars contended
till the last for party solidarity
while the action of the so-called
insurgents is very hard to an-
aljze. Sonic of these men un-
doubtly thought they were work
ing for and voting for a prin
ciple ; some of them , undoubtlv ;
as was the case of those who re
fused to rejoin the party after
the decisive test concerning the
Gcmtnittee on Rules was over ,
simply showed their spiteful
nature and that their action was
provoked by animo-ity toward
the Speaker himself.
The fart that Mr. Cannon was
rc-r lected Speaker by ten voles
mnrc than he got at the beginn
ing of the contest was certainly
very significant. The uplift
mag.izitus , for reasons best
Itnown to themselves , which have
been cryinjr out against so-called
Cannonism , will get verv little
comfort from the outcome ia
facit , so many and diverse are
the opinions , particularly of the
honest and impartial newspaper
men , that it shows that no de
cisive victory was gained by any
one. If it is true that the old
Committee was dominated by
the Speaker , it will be equally
true that the new Committee
will be dominated by him and
by his friends , and Mr Can
non will continue to wield the
gavel until the end of the foist
The fact of the matter is that
the Comittee on Rules is only one
of the 00-odd Cotnittces of the
House , and has really less to do
with legislation than is generally
thought. While it has the
power to be of considerable im
portance , yet this power is rarely
used. Most of the legislation of
the House of Representatives is
carried on without resort to any
action whatever on the part of
this Comittee It is only when
a democratic filibuster is on , ot
when it is necessary to put
through an important bill with
expedition that the power of the
Cornijtee is brought into play.
And while the majority of the
new Comittee will be dominated
as was the old by the so-called
regular organization by thin Con
gress , at least , there will be ap
parently no difference as to the
result of its actions.
There may be developments
during the session that will in
crease or decrease the prospects
of the Republican party , and
there may be influences outside
of either House of Congress
that will also have their beatings
upon the result of the campaign
and elections for instance , the
decisions of the Supreme
Court , particularly upon the cor-
slitutionality of the corporation
t x and the legality of the .Stand
ard Oil Company and the Ameri
can Tobacco Company , may all
have their effort upon the minds
of the people and weaken cr
strengthen the Republican pos
itions , according to how the de
cisions may strike the people.
Instructions to Township Asscssoss
For 1910 ,
Items of credit may be offset by
indebtedness of like character. Per
sons claiming such offset must file
itemized statement of deductions
Enter all items of credit on credit
side of deduction sheet and all items
of indebtedness on debit side. If the
credit side is the greatest the balance
should be entered on the srhcdulcs.
If the debit side is the greatest there
will not be any thing to enter on
schedule. Owners of notes claiming
credit for part payment should state
amount of offset and balance entered.
Money on hand or on deposit is not
an item of credit and no deductions
can be allowed from it. Attach de
duction sheet 10 schedule.
Assess improvements on leased
lands and lots , leased school lands
and'on government land on line 38.
Add all improvements that have
been made on real estate since April
I , 1909 describing the do ' acres on
which buildings are located on blank
Assess local telephone lines and
apportion the value between the
different school and road districts.
Every assessor will be expected to
make a fair assessment out of every
item in the list that can be found in
3 Capes at $10.00 that were priced at Sn 50 to $12.50
5 Coats at $13.50 that were priced at 15 ooto 20.00
6 Suits at $22.50 that were priced at 25,00 to 30.00
5 Suits at $19.50 that were priced at" 22:50 : to 25.00
The colors arc Reseda , Gray , Manialt Mixture , Black and \VKitc Checks and \Vlnte Serge.
These prices hold good for a few days only as these garments are all
this springs styles and worth all we ask for them in the first place , hut
you know our mofto is to close out all the goods hought for the season for
which it is intended. Hence these special prices for a few days.
We also call your attention to the following Sines :
We have checked into stock another lot of Boys and Girls clothing. Our
line is very complete and we ask that you come in and look it over.
See our Kaysers Silk , Lisle and Chnmoisette Gloves in all colors and long
and short. Also long White Aid Gloves for evening.
IX1 ew Belts and Belting.
11 & G and i emo Corsets
We now have a line of Hugs ranging in price from § 13.50 to § 42.50. See
Watch for our Lace Curtain display.
Motoring Coats that will please you.
See our table of New Wash Goods at 10c , 15c and 20c.
We are the exclusive agents for lloyal Underwear for Men , Women and
Queen Quality Oxfords for Ladies , Marlow for Men.
Just received more Coronet Braids in all colors.
See'our line of Satins , Embroidery , Lace and Trimmings for your party
Spring Hose in all colors to match your gown.
Our shipments of Sp ing
Wallpaper arc now in , and
our line is most complete ,
with patterns and prices to
Before papering give
our line an inspection No
trouble to show.
J. G. HAEBERLE
If you have a snap in a
iarm , or ranch for sale list
with me. If you want to
buy a snap in a farm or
ranch , come and see me.
Phones , officeJ2 , resi
CHAS. W BOWM\X
BROKEN Bow , NEB.
n's precinct , such as household fur-
liture , watchesclocksorgans pianos ,
sewing machines , etc.
Assess every man who is of the.
a c of twenty-one , and less thai
[ ifty years , with a poll tax.Pdll tax
in villages is $2.00 ; county $2.50 ; be
earful not to include persons over
that age. The law exempts from
this tax only old soldiers who draw
pensions , paupers , idiots , insane per
sons , firemen , and militiamen.
For the present year you will asses
grain at its market value less the cos
of getting same to market.
The assessed value by law is based
upon what the property is actually
worth on April ist of each year , and
any change in the market thereafter
is not to be taken into consideration.
Cattle and hogs being fattened
should be assessed as soon after the
first day of April as you can conven
iently get-to them.
In assessing personal property
where the owner cannot be founder
or reached , after making a reasonable
effort to secure a' listing in proper
form , it is your duty to assess such
property from the best information
you can get , stating briefly on sched
ule , owner not found , assessed by
You arc required to list the names
of all male persons between the ages
of 18 to 'Is years , subject to military
Executors , administrators , guard
ians or trustees must make separate
schcdules'of personal property belong
ing to the estate , and if there is no
such property it should be so stated.
Administer-the oath to every per
son you assess. Signing the sched
ule is not sufficient without administ
ering the oath ,
When you assess HORSES be sure
to put down in the spaces provided
on schedule as shown below , the
number and value , then add the
number column and put total in prop
er on righthand side of blank , also
add the Actual Value column and
put total on right-hand side of blank ,
also add the actual value column
and put total on righthand side of
BO Horses No. Act viuo
Under 1 yr. , i $ 2 DO
Over l ynarifc under 'J ao a mi
Over 2 vrs. & under 3 n a oo
Over 3 yrs. & uudor 12 1 to
Ovoriayrs. JJ 1
Total a s > J2 WO
Assess mules , jacks and jennies in
the same way.
Assess cattle in the same way.
He sure and give the average
weight of hogs on item 5 < l.
M. R , FOSTER , County Assessor.
TOWNSHIP ASSESSORS IQIO.
Twps- Name Residnce
Loup Sam Swanson , Burr Oak.
DR. GCO , F. BARTIIOLOAinW
Physician , Surgeon
Prices AS reasonable as are consis
tent with good work. Phone 01.
I Oflice at Hospital.
SX y.X > lX SX5KS5iaK'J ! KSK3 : SKS:5K : K3 iKK1
Send Your Abstract Orders to
J. GL Leonard , Bonded Abstracter
Office in Security State Bank Building
e Lo Turner Lfor *
Lumber , Posts , Shingles
Genera ! Building Supplies
SPRING and SURMER 3930
Plan now a 5,000 mile summer tour of the coast.
See thf fnr west with it * diversified sections broadening under scientific cultivation ;
visit its incnriparul > lc cities with 'heir environment of intensive land wealth. A
east Tour is a broad education and the world's greatest rail journey.
Round trip , central Nebraska to California or Pu
get "Sound , via direct routes , June 1st to Sept 30
Pound trip on special dates each month from
Apr. ] to July , inclusive.
Higher one way through California , Portland and
One way , eastern and Central Nebraska to San
Franciscr , Los Angeles , San Diego , Portland ,
Tacoma , Seattle , Spokane , etc. , March 1 to April 15.
Proportional rates from your town. Consult nearest ticket agent
or write me freely asking for publications , assistance , etc. , hinting
rather definitely your general plans.
L. W. WAKELEY , G. P. A.
IO04 Farnam Street. Omaha Nebraska.
i r a ; J
If not , does it not cause you a certain feeling of envy toward
your neighbor who always pays his bills by check ? Don't you
think it a good time ri ht now , to start an account with a
DEPOSITS AliE GUARANTEED ?
Come in and let us talk it over tnd show you some of the ad
vantages of doing business with us.
W. A. GP.OIMn , president .U'LES HAUMONT , Vice President
U II. JKVET1Cashier H. D. PICKET'1 , Asst. Cashier
Lis iSii ;
Always Something Left
In your pockelbook when you buy your lumber and coal
of us. We can save you money on your lumber bill.
Plow do we know ? Because we save money for our
customers every day. We would like to save money
We can make you money by buying coal of us as we
have the stock to choose from. Let us fill your coal
bin next time.
DIERKS LUMBER & COAL CO. H '
Phone 23. J. s. Molyneux , Manager.
Duster , E. K- '
D. Grove , J. J3. Fuller , Comstock.
W. River , J. H. Phillips , Anaclmo.
SargentV. . D. Hall , Sargent.
West'le , W. D. Gardner , West'lc.
Myrtle , J. W. Bryan , Anslcy ,
Algernon , H. Geise , Mason City.
Kilfoil , Win. Walsh , Merna.
Hrokcn H. , G T. Robinson , U. 15.
Delight , H. I > . Schncringcr , ' Call'y.
Arnold , L. Kimbcrling , Arnold.
Lillian , Frank Lovejoy , W. Union.
Elk Creek , R. Mortenson , M. City.
W , Union , J. Abcrnathy , Wahvorth.
Triumph , M. A. Butler , Callaway.
Cliff , M. Hill , Anselmo.
Grant , C. E. Benckescr , Cozad.
Anslcy , Frank Jennings , Anslcy.
Bcrwyn , Roy Worden , Bcrwyn.
Elim , S. A. Carr , Callaway.
Garfield , S. J. Thompson , R. Valley.
Hays , C. W. Bohart , Ansclmo.
B. H. City , C. R. Luce , B. Bow.
Wayne , F. Johnson , Gothenburg.
Comsrock , W. Dunbar , Comstock.
E. Custer , J. Huffakcr , B. Bow.
A meeting- the township as
sessors of Custer county was
held in the court room in Broken
Bow on March 2Jrd , 1910. Meet
ing called to order by county as
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