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THE 00uNT , ,
kindly reference to the 74th an
niversary of the birth of the
present speaker of the house of
repicsentatives. It is a great
body , 392 in number , represent
ing in round numbers 90,000,000
people , with a great area from
the 49th degree of north latitude
down to the southern boundry
and from the Atlantic to the
Pacific , stretching across the
continent almost 3,500 miles ,
with great natural resources ,
the greatest wealth , from the
standpoint of nature , given by
the Almighty to any similar area
on the face of the earth , and we
are especially blessed with a
population that has been grow
ing from one decade to another
since the landing of our forebears
in Virginia and on th6 Massa
chusetts coast. We have been
contributed to from the Caucasian
race by the best that the world
had to contribute , by individuals
coming to the new continent
the Old World , seeking to better
their condition , and under the
hand of necessity to earn their
bread in the sweat of their faces
they have developed , as we hope ,
as we believe , in the grand aver
age the most virile , patriotic ,
and capable population on earth.
Ours is a representatide govern
ment , and as we gather from the
various portions of the republic
representing populations with
different climates and with dif
ferent resources , our constituents
have different direct personal
interests , end we voice our con
"In consideration of legislation
that will bring the greatest good
to the greatest number , we nec
essarily have different views.
Theretore , being virile , to the
best of our ability we seek to
write the views of the constitu
ents we represent upon the
statute books for the common
good. In the clash of interests
we make compromises , and all
legislation of a general nature i
the result of compromise. v\"hile
sometimes there is hot blood and
virile partisanship , after all ,
want to say for the majority side
K of the house and for the minority
side of the house , that we are all
Americans , under our oaths rep
resenting , according to our best
judgment , the respective con
stituencies which have given us
their power of attorney to act for
" /jnd while there are hot words
at times , I feel when , as you
have done , you have halted the
business of the house to reme'm
ber my 74th birthday , which is
away beyond the average of lift-
to man , that you do it in tbe
kindness of your hearts , and thai
however much you may be mis
taken us to my capacity , you
would not do it unless you recog
nized that I walk in the light i f
my best judgment , as you walk in
the light of your est judgmen : .
I thank you " ( Loud applause. )
F Life in tne ( kmocratic party is
jusi one dose ot Hryamstn after
anoiher Spring fie cl Union.
President is a good lawyer.
and has no objec inn o submit
ting Ins c.i'-eto ill * , pt nple at an }
time. S' . L'uiG r > i-D mocrat ,
Mr Bryan will probdbly want
to know what right Senator
Rayner has tonviu - anybody in
to tbe D riMcrdtic p-irt ) without
the N brasUati's const nt. Louis
" " " ent" and
"Regular , "mt > ur
democratic line were obliterated
when G > v. Hughes' Appointment
came before the MM ) ate. It
was ( he most harmonious
event ol the session. Boston
The G.ty nor-Hearst contro
versy m kes one thing clear
There will not be room for both
of them in thf dimocratic p t
without uncomfortable crowding.
Rochester Democrat and
Just so , when the time comes
for the voters of the Massachu- ,
setts district which elected Mr.
Foss for those of the New York
district Which elected Mr , Havens
to elect representatives for the
full term , the results arc likely
to be what they ought to be , and
not again what they happened tote
to be at elections to fill uncxpired
terms , Albany Journal.
There is no reason why the
republicans cannot get together ,
adjust their differences and go
ahead to retain control of the
country. As a party , they are
more efficient than their adver
saries and better fitted to carry
on the government , and for these
reasons the people have kept
them in power for many years.
Hryan scores severly the ap
pointment of Hughes. Two
years ago the ablest speaker on
the republican hustings , the one
who most thoroughly analyzed
Bryan and his speeches , was
Hughes. More , even , than the
speeches of Taft did those of
flughes contribute to the dis
comfiture of Bryan. Sioux City
Secretary Knox has made good
in all the responsible offices he
has held , and , judging by what
he has already acomplishcd in
the state department , his ad
ministration ol that great field of
governmental activity , when he
has worked out his plans , will be
worthy of comparison with the
administrations of Secretary Hay
and Secretary Root , both of
which were exceptionally bril-
iant and successlul Rochester
Democrat and Qhronicle.
I here is a pretty vigorous de
mand on the part of people , re
; irdless of party , for the passage
of the legislation mapped out by
Presdent Taft If he bus bor
rowed some of his ideas from the
Democratic , so much the better
for the party. I will give its
orators something tangible to
talk about on the hustings nex
fall. But opposition to the
measures , predicted on such as
tonishing grounds as those' of
Mr. Adamson , will make no
friends for him or his party.
The Villain Still Pursues U.
Some weeks ago some lumber
dealers met in a western city and
said they regretfully must raise
the price of common boards on
account of the Payne tariff , says
the Guthrie ( Okla. ) State Capi
Think of it !
They must raise the price from
50 cent * to $1 a thousand on ac
count of the tariff
When the same law reduced
the tariff on common boards 75
cents a thousand.
And chese men meet in con
vention and attempt to deceive
add bunko and hoodwink * the
It was tbe s.itnc way in refer
ence to hides
Hides wtre put on the free list ,
but all kinds of shoes h ve gone
uj on tbe wholesale market , and
not a single reduction is given in
Dun's Review "
1 hen the woolen dealeisgot
together and said they must
raise the price o1 wool on account
nt Payne trnff , hut there is not
in ttie Pan. nt one change
m-ide in Hi' - eel or woolen
schedule , exc p two minor ones ,
dud both oi these were reduc
These instances sound like the
tricks that were attempted under
the McKinla ) bill in the same
way , and show how men who
have pt cuniary self interests at
stake are going to attempt to
di cndit the Payne tariff law for
selfish pecuniary gain , Norwalk
( Obi. . ) Rifi cto'r.
What the Tariff Law is Doing.
The volume of business through
out the country as shown by the
bank clearings to increase. The
indications at the beginning of
.March were fully borne out by
the figures the entire mouth m
which nearly every financial
center of importance showed mat *
crial improvement over March of
a year ago , Total clearings for
the United States according to
the returns of the New York
Chronicle , arc $15,017,000,000 , an
increase of 19 pec cent. This is
the highest March total yet re
corded , and shows that all the
ground lost during the panic has
been made up. The total for
March , 1909 was $12,621,000,000 ;
for 1908 , $9,789,000,000 ; 1907 ,
the previous high record , $4,657-
000,000 ; 1906 , $13,007,000,000 ;
1905 , $12,918,000,000. Early returns -
turns for April show continued
activity. The increase for the
first week amounted to 11 per
cent. Totals for the three
months of the year tell the same
story ; the 1910 figures being $45-
267,000,000 , as compared in 1908
and $41,817,000,000 , the previous
high record , in 1906.
Not a Close Corporation'
The republican party has
been , is not , and never will be ,
a close corporation. It c me into
existence with a general invita
tion to all good citizens to unite
u checking slavery. It has
ever since practiced the policy ot
the open door. In its own ranks
it accents and approves wide
differences of opinion , as long as
they are honest , based on prin
ciple and resting on a determi
nation to support the broad pur
poses of the party.
This is not the policy of the
Democratic line of action. Jeff
erson began and Jackson con
tinued the policy of treating the
Democratic party as a close cor
poration. Wherever it is in un
challenged power it draws the
party line sharply and refuses to
permit dissent. The unit 'rule
prevails in its National conven
tions u der which a majority of
a single vote in a State delega
tion controls absolutely every
vote from the State. The rep
ublican party in , 1876 decided
against this practice and in the
conventions each man from every
State is free to vote as be deems
Democratic Senators at Wash
ington under Democratic train
ing are naturally challenging
independent action in republican
Senators In the democratic
party there would be no room for
"independents" or insurgents.-
There is in the republican party.
Honest differences as to details
and honest agreement as to es
sentials is its principle and
practice Every man in the
republican party can vote for the
/'dtuinisown conscience. No
i \i. can drivi him or boss him
The republican party is united
as to the general policy of Presi
dent Tafl on legislation now
before Congress. Every repub
lican can vote for the Adminis
tration measures and every rep
ublican is free to make every
effort to perfect these measures
they are on passage. This com
bination of criticism within th
party and action with the party
may be strange to Democratic
Senators at Washington but it
is , and always has been good
republican doctrine. Philadel
Verily it is a hard task to
fathom the processes of the Dem
ocratic mind. The only safe
theory seems to be that if there
is a wrong way of going about
anything that is the way the
Democrat is going to adopt.
Witness the performances of
representative Adamson , of
Georgia. Mr. Adamson , anu arc-
est Democrat , is a member of the
House Committee on Interstate
Commerce and in such capacity
he is opposing the President's
As near as can be discovered ,
Mr. Adamson's objections are
based chiefly on the ground that
the bill is an execution of certain
Democratic principles and poli
-JTQR SALE- ,
for Sites for Homes , two U block * . 6
fall blocks well put. A J-room haute ,
fine brlckcd-up cave , shade aud Irjlt. &
boautlfnl site on a K block , nrlcotf&O
A modern 8-room bouse , nice barn , A
carrlaire home , close In , price rlslit and
time on half uflt ,
Two new 4-room Cottntron , cheap , and
conveniently located , these are Cheap
enoutth for any one. . .
I want.to show you my properties free
so come In and let me ,
I can write your
as low as the low *
At , crlve me a chance , flRE and TOR *
NADO. Old Itlue Compatiys.
Yours for Square Dealing1 ,
J. M. FODGE.
Offiii Pkont 142 RM. Phoit 23J
"The provision as to initiating
an inquiry into the rates and
practices the President borrowed
from the Democratic leaders , "
asserted Mr , Adamson. He also
says ; "The President has bor
rowed froni the Democratic plat
form the suggestion that the
commission may arrest a rate be
fore it goes into effect. "
Naturally the average citizen ,
unversed in Democratic ratioci
nation , will inquire why these
facts should embitter a Democrat
against the bill. It would seem ,
rather , that they should inspire
him to advocate it and and to
lend his influence to its early
adoption. For , surely , measures
urged by the revered Democratic
platform and advocated by the
estimable Mr. Bryan must be
good for the country , even
though an unkind fate has de
creed that they should be ad
vanced by a Republican Presi
A'Little Care Will Save Many Broken
Bow Readers Future Trouble.
Watch the kidney secretions.
See that they have tbe amber hue of
Tbe discharges not excessive or in
Contain no "brick-dust like" sedi
Doan's Kidney Pills will do tbis for
you.Tbey watcb tbe kidneys and cure tbeui
when they're sick.
C. S. Uoots , of Broken Bow , Nebr. ,
Says : " I have tikeii Doan's Kidney
Pills witb success and other members of
my fatuity have received great benefit
from their use. About three years ago
I was troubled by pains in my back and
kidneys and in tbe morning wben \ getup
up , I was very lame and sore. Some
times tbe kidney secretious passed too
frequently , tben again tbere was a dis
tressing retention and tbe passages were
accompanied by a burning sensation.
Doan's Kidney Pills acted promptly am'
tborougbly and tbey effected hns beer
permanent. My experience witb tbis
remedy as well as that of other members
of my family leads me to give tbis public
For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents
Foster-Milburn Co. , Buffalo , New York ,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember tbe name Doan's and
take no other.
Mrs. L. T. Martin is on the
J. J. Philipsen of Dunning
visited from Friday until Mon
day with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foster and
mother and sisters Clara and Min
nie of Ormsby visited Sunday
at Mr. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs , Elliott and Mr
and Mrs. House of Broken Bow
visited Sunday at L. T. Martin
Perny Morford is down from
the sand hills.
Mrs. John Hanna and children
of Loyal visited Sunday and Mon
day in this vicinity.
Ralph Miller who has been
working for IT. . Martin has
lett the ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Browm en
tertained at dinner Sunday in
honor J. J. Philipsous 73 birth
day , Joe Dagan , J. R. Longfellow
and families Mrs , Hanna and
children and J. J. Philipson a
plasant time was had by all ,
An intelligent person can earn
$100 monthly corresponding for
newspapers. No canvassing.
Send for 'particulars , Press
Syndicate , B4683 , Lockport ,
N. Y , 45-tf
How's This ?
We otter One Hundred Dollar * Reward ( or uy
MM ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by UaU's
F. J. CHENEY 4 CO. . Toledo. O.
We , tbe underlined , have known F. J. Chtney
( or the last 15 yean , and believe him perfectly hoot
orable In all bualneaa transactions and financial ! *
able to carry out any obligations mada by hu firm.
WALMNO , KINNAN & MARVIN. '
Wholesale pruaalJW. Toledo. OL
Ilall'i Catarrh Cure la taken Internally. , acting
directly upon the blood and mucoua surface * ot tha
iritem. Tettlmonlali tent tree. 1'rlce 71 cint * p r
bottle. Sold by all UruKKUU.
Take llall'i Family I'lil * lor eonitlpatloq. I
No Dirt. , No Cllnkem-All
Cotil--Th Good Kind.
For Sale. Both Wholesale
and Retail. Highest Markat
Price for All Kinds of Grain ]
F. J , BAIIR , Prop. Phone (2
PUBLIC LAND SALK.
Department of the Interior , U. S. Land onicc
at Lincoln , NebrasVa , April 31,11)10 ) ,
Notice Is hereby given that , as directed by
the Commissioner of the General Land Of
fice , under the provisions of the acts of
congress approved June 27 , 1W > ( : il SlatN. .
S17anaMarch2 , l tffSI ( Stats. , ui ) , we will
oflcr at public Male to the highest bidder , nt
10 o'clock A. M. , on the 7th day of June , 1910 ,
next , at this onicc , the following tract of
land : Serial No. 01397 ; The NK54 of SW.U sec
31 T. lb n K. ! W W. Oth p. M.
Any persons claiming adversely the above-
described lands are advised to tile their
claims or objections on 6r before the time
designated for sale.
OIIAS U SltKUl ) ,
NOTICE OF S.VLH UNDKK CHATTKL
MOllTQAQi : .
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
chattel mortgage , dated January 27th , 11)10 ) ,
and executed by K. 1) . McOaslln to Kycrson
Ilros. company to secure the payment ot the
sum of $230.60 And upon which there Is now
the sum of $222.80 default having been made
In the payments due March ist.and April 1st ,
1910 , and the property upon which the moru
gage was given having been neglected HO as
that It would depreciate In value the said
Itycrson Urothcrs company have declared
the whole nil in due and payable and under
and by virtue of said mortgage have taken
possession ot the said property , hereinafter
described no suit at law or other proceed'
Ings have been Instituted to recover said
deot or any part thereof , therefore I 1' . M.
Towsley agent for the saldltycrson urothers
Company , > wlll sell the property therein de
scribed , vl/.ONB 11. V. NHLSON PIANO style
" 11 Walnut" number 17410 at public auction
In front of Kycrson urothers co. store In
the city of ilrokcn Itow Nebraska on the 28tH
day of May 1910 atone o'colck i' . M. of aald
Dated April 30th , 1910.
P. M. TOW.SI.KV ,
Agent for Itycrson Ilros. co.
N. T. OADD ,
IN TUB DISTIUCT COURT OP CUSTEU
COUNTY , NKIiKASKA.
In the matter of the 1 _ ,
Lordcr to show
estate John it. Mohat ,
insane , f cause.
This cause came on for hearing upon the
petition of Joseph It. Mohat , guardian of the
estate of John li. Mohat , an Insane person ,
praying lor license to sell the NEW of section
2-J. T. 18 , N , of U. 20v. . oth P. M. or a sumclent
amount thereof to pay the Indebtedness of
said estate In the sum of 9700 , allowed agalnt
said estate , and the costs of guardianship of
said insane person and this action , there be
ing no personal property to pay said debts
It Is therefore ordered that all persons
Interested In Haiti estate appear betorc me at
liroken Uow , In custer county , Nebraska , at
ten o-'clock , A. M.on the Oth day of June , 1010 ,
to show cause why a license should not be
granted to said guardian to ttell the above
described real estate of said Insane person ,
or so much thereof as may be ucccssary to
pay said debts and expenses of guardian
Dated this 30th day of April , 1910.
HltUNO O. IIOSTBTLKR ,
48-52 Judge of the District court.
IN THE COUNTY COUIIT OP CUSTEK
COUNTY , NEBRASKA.
Uotlce of probate
f ' * > ' * * " 111.
To all persons interested in said estate
take notice : That a petition and duly certl-
lied copy of the will of George Adams , de
ceased , together with the probate proceed'
Ing thereof In the Circuit Court of Cook
county , In the state of Illinois , has been tiled
In the County Court of Custer County Ne
braska. by I. A. Itcueau , agent , praying that
said will be admitted to probate as a foreign
will under the lawa of the state of Nebraska
and that said cause has been set for hearing
before the court at tlicolllcc of the county
Judge of Cus er county , Nebraska , on the
20th day of. May , 1010 , at which time all per
sons Interested In said cause may appear
and show cause If any why said will may
not be admitted to probate as a foreign will
of said deceased as prayed for by said pe
In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set iny
hand and atllxed the seal of the county court
of Custer county , Nebraska , at liroken How
In said county , this 27th day of April , loio.
[ HKAL ] 0. II , Hor.coMii ,
4750 County Judge.
NOTICE OP SALE OP HEAL ESTATE
Notice Is hereby given that under and by
virtue of an order of the District Court of
Sherman county , Nebraska , duly made and
entered on the 12th day ot April , 1010 in the
cause wherein James M. Lowry and Hattie
A. Lowry are plaintiffs , arm Oeorge W.
Lowry , Annie 5. Nave an Incompetent ,
person , Ilatttc A. Lowry , iriiardlan of the
estate of of the said Annie S. Nave , Mary E.
Welch , Sidney Welch , susle M. Lowry ,
widow of Henry Lewis Lowry deceased ,
Earl Lowry and Mae Lowry. minor heirs
of Henry Lewis jvowry deceased. Susie M.
Lowry , guardian of the estates ot the said
Earl Lowry and Mae Lowry , Leander
Lowry and Annie Lowry arc defendants ,
and which said order of the court directed
the undersigned , Itobert I' . Starr , as sole
referee , duly unpointed by the court to
make partition ot the land hereinafter de
scribed , to sell said promises to the highest
bidder for cash In the manner provided by
laws now , therefore pursuant to satu order
and by virtue of the authority vested In me
by law as such referee , I will , on Monday ,
the 13th day of June , 1010 , at the hour of a
o'clock In the afternoon of said day , at the
building In uroken Uow. in Custer county ,
Nebraska , where the last term of thcdlstrlct
court of saldCustercounty was held , offer for
salcand sell to the highest bidder for cash
the following described real estate , situate
In custer county Nebraska , to-wlt , the soutli
half of the south east ciuarter of section one
and the north halt ot the north cast iiuarter
of section twelve , all In township llfteen
north of range seventeen , west of sixth
Given under iny hand this second day of
May , 1910.
UOIIKUT p. STAHH ,
18-1 Sole Uofereo.
The Custer County Abstract
Company books andbusiness for
sale. Willis Cadwell 46-tf
Drs , Farnsworth & Beck
Dr. Bass , dentist , old location ,
over Souder's drug store.
WANTED 1000 acres of land ,
broke , in the vicinity of Anseltno
Willis Cadwell , Broken Bow ,
| Nebr , 47-tf
Disinfect The House.
The house in wiutei in winter is
ftcldom or never thoroughly aired out
nml oft times poorly ventilated. Dirt
will accumulate and diicase germs
flourish , When warm weather cornea
it should bo thoroughly disinfected.
Ao'ft'coneral disinfectant , whether
there has been coutageoua disease in
the house or'not , we hve the following -
ing , Sulphcr Candle * , Formaldehyde
and Potassium Permanganate which
are all good ,
We wllllbe pleased to supply your
wants for thcse'articles.
S. R. LEE.
The Busy Druggist.
A New Glean Staclc of
Freak IOLA Portland Cement.
Fresh Car of A.CMA Plaster.
A Splendid Line of Fence Posts ,
If you contemplate using any of
the above this Sprung or if
you need a nice load of
CALL and SEE
H. T. Bruce
( § L Co.
Broken Bow , Nebr. Phone 234.
ALL KINDS OF WELLS
consult Him If You Want Water.
Uroken now , Nebraska ,
N. T. GADD
Onicc over Holcomb'a book store.
Office phone 208 Residence 20
Ilrokcn now , Nebraska.
J. ' A. ARMOUR
Practices In all the courts , Convayanclnc
and notorlal work. Otllce up stairs over
State uank of uroken How.
Ilrokcn now , Nebraska.
A. VINCENT SHERIDAN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Calls promptly answered day or night.
Ofllce and residence In the Mrs. Olelm
building Just west of the Security State
Hank. 1'hone 300
Uroken Uow , Nebraska.
WE MAKE GOOD PHOTOS
East Side of Square
Urokea Uow , Nebraska.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
( Licensed )
Business phone , 301 Residence 301U
Uroken Dow , Nebraska.
L , E. COLE
EMBALMER & FUNER'I/DIRECTOR
( Licensed )
Union Block Uuslnesa pboue 85 , Residence,323
Uroken Uow , Nebraska.
PHYSICIANS , SURGEONS AND OCULISTS
All calls promptly attended day or night.
MRS. W. T. JONES
Mrs. W. T. Jones has had 17 years exper
ience In dressmaking. It IB usclebs to look
further , work guaranteed. Uootn 7 , Dlerks
J. L. FERGUSON
Real Kstate , Insurance , Ranches and
Farms for Rent. Legal Papers Drawn , Sur
veying and Platting.
Coinstock , Nebraska.
Anyone , anywhere , can start
a mail order business at home.
No canvassing. Be your own
boss , Send for free booklet.
Tells how. Heacock , 'A4582 ,
Lockport , N , Y. 45-tf
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