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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1910)
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linit of each month ,
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Notice of clmrcli church falrn , nocl.ibles ami
fnlcrtaliinifiitH where tnoiiey IH cliaruud , one
Death notices free , half > f fur publishing j
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Card of Thanks , 50 cen n. t
Legal notices at ra < eH provided itatutes of'
Nrbranka. Society notlceaaml i .solutions , one-ha.'i r.uen i
Wedding notices fiee , half price for itMt 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 legislation - ,
tion , it will be impossible to de-
terminc whether the "recent *
revolution" was worthwhile or |
not. There seems to ba a dis-l
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- (
. Some of these '
alyze. men un-
doubtly thought they were working - ,
ing for and voting for a principle - ;
ciple ; some of them , undoubtlv ;
as was the case of those who refused -
fused to rejoin the party after
the decisive test concerning the
Committee on Rules was over ,
simply showed their spiteful
nature and that their action was
3 Capes at $
5 Coats at $
6 Suits at $5
5 Suits at $ J
The colors are RcscJa , G
These prices hole
this springs styles and
you know our moftof ,
. which it is intended.P
We also call yi
We have checked into
line is very com
See our Kaysers Silk,1
and shortf ;
We now have a linejoj
provoked by animosity toward
the Speaker himself.
The far.t that Mr. Cannon wns
rclectetl Speaker by ten vo'cs
more than he got at the beginn
ing of the contest was certainly
very significant. The uplift
niag.iziius , for reasons best
known to themselves , which have
been cryinjr out against so-called
Cannonism , will get very little
comfort from the outcome in
fact , so many and diverse are
the opinions , particularly of the
honest and impartial newspaper
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 beaiings
upon the result of the campaign
and elections for instance , the
decisions of the Supreme
Court , particularly upon the cor-
stitutionality uf 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
strenirtb.cn the Republican pos-
DR. GCO. F. BARTIIOLOMOW
Physician , Surgeon
Prices AS reasonable as are consis
tent with good work. Phone 61 ,
Office at Hospital.
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We are the exclusive agents-foivK6yall8 ? iYderweaii for 'Men"WbmeiTand
Queen Qualify Oxfords for Ladies , Ilarlow 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.
Ovoriayrs. - v - i " "
Total 3 s 12110
Assess mules , jacks and jennies in
the same way.
Assess cattle in the same way.
Be sure and give the average
weight of hogs on item 5- ! .
M. R. FOSTER , County Assessor.
Twps- Name Rcsidncc
Loup Sam Swanson , Burr Oak.
IMjrtle , 'J , Ansley.
Algernon'H n City.
Kilfoil , \ \ iMernn.
Broken H. , . U. B.
Delight , H. Call'y.
ArnoKl , L. Arnold.
Lillian , Frank / /.Union. .
Elk Creek , R. Mj City.
\V. Union , J. ortli.
Triumph , M. lawny.
Cliff , M. itclmo. > * i
Hays , C. W. Boliart , Ansclmo.
B. B. City , C. R. Luce , B. Bow.
Wayne , F. Johnson , Gothenburg.
Comsrock , . Dtinbar , Comstock.
E. Custer , J. Huffakcr , B. Bow.
A meeting of the township as
sessors of Custer county was
held in the court room in Broken
Bow on March 23rd , 1910. Meet
ing called to order by county as
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