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I)i:rin; February, 19W, there was an ; :K-;:K";MM"M"M;-:"W"X-H ( pays his bills. He is absolutely honest. ; whom it is offered as to him who i- -t
Property in Plaltsmoulh For Sale
2 corm-r lots on north 7th street. Residence nt corner of t,h
mid Courtland streets. Residenre at coiner of 7th and Dry street.
Repidence at comer of 5th and Locust tits. Result nee at corner
of 4th und tiranite sts. Residence on Oanite between ord & 4th.
4 lots between 5th anil Gth on Walnut st. Two houses and about
1 1-2 acres near Columbian spool. 13 acres about 1 mile south of
C. H. & Q. briilge. Worth and .South Dakota farm lands for sale.
J. E. BARWICK
Office two doors north of PostofTice.
increase of $:!4, 000,000 in imports us
compared with the same month last
yeBr, and a decrease of more than $41,-; r
"Every owner, editor, or re
porter of a conscienciously and
ably conducted newypauer
periodical is an asret of real value
to the whole community. It
would oe diflicult to overestimate
He gives every matter entrusted to be its victim,
him his closest attention. He has made
a success of his own business. He is a
DR. CUMMINS MAKES AN AN.
or J man of splendid judgment. He has! NOUNCEV.ENT OF HIS INTEN-
X over his own signature announced his
X 1 own platform, and h will, if elected ':
TIONS IF ELECTED.
As a candidate for Mayor, I wi.-h
000,001) in exports. Here are the tigures . 1
i for the past seven veers: T
' Excess of 1 T
; Feb. Exports. Imports, exports, y
! ,r r", irlVii-, ,1, , , ; t the amount of Bood which can be 1 not under obliKatio to any gartr of on all important questions
i M7 IV) "i!7 2'M VI 001 (iSTW Ml 1'IS ' v done by the men responsible for politicians. He has made no promises.
!'(!.'.. 141, ?Hi,55S 104.2::2,80'.) o7,.":!,C7'J j 4 such a publication-responsible X of appointments to dike. He is the ! earnest endeavor to give
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04...11S;K00,282 85). 022.500 2!), 777, 782 j 8ib,e for jts neW8 coIumn8, re.
'03... 125,580, 024 82,022,240 42,903,778,4. , ,.
Domestic importers and foreign im- J "Pnsible for t general policy.
porters have had no expectation of We have w.j,apcrs and
stand by it or resign his office. He is : every voter to kr.ow just where I sta:-l'
First: If elected it shall be r..y
the city i
right man to be elected mayor. He is dean, conservative, economical ur. 1
under no obligations to anyone, and can ! business administration, assuming th;.t
j Tarilf advances. Quite the contrary, j Y
The News-Herald ""nor otofabe
itATTSMOUTH. N1BBA8K. A"0,'T the best instance of profit and
loss account is a man with a returned
Entmd t the poatonice ( riattuwmth. Ca engagement ring.
Gouty. Nebranka. an trcond-claiia mail matter.
' He is a dangerous man who spends
official PAIT.R of casj coi'NTY mucn time drawing fine lines between
' shrewdness and sin.
A.L.TIDD Editor. . .
IL O. WATTERS Manager The people who are too lazy to run
- j,, the race always get up a perspira-
periodicals big and little, of this
A much more plausible theory, and
kind. But we also have many
!C give the city his best services. Vote j I will have the support of the city
council to aid nie.
Some one has come forward with a
I theory that, great through the evils of : franchise that may come before the
Second: I have no special interest
other than a citizen in any contractor
slavery were, it undoubtedly, did have city council and will use my preatt
T iL.i i. e a:, i. :...!
probably the correct one, is that the j X umi uru IIUl 01 w"3 K,nu-
,.,,o, ,, . ; one incidental benef.t, it developed in e(rorts t protect the taxpayers against
February ,n the fae of depress.on and .vvv, & q j of thp ( .y
,ow puimBW.B ,.wC., .a iu.jjv.j, uuc iw pmm T p;,.i, unnut r,i nava , the nowor to learl
m-dni uhiio v ikiv. i iv j la iivnvak ui.vt 'M j j -
the cut price privileges granted to for
eign exporters under the existing trade
IRATE3 OF SUBSCRIPTION
Ob Ynar in Advance.
ITattsmouth No. 83 Nebraska No. 85
CITIZENS' AND REPUBLICAN
DR. E. D. CUMMINS.
C. G. FRICKE.
For Clerk -
E. J. RICHEY.
For Police Judge -
For School Hoard -
DR. C. A. MARSHALL. .
H. N. DOVEY.
tion over the way the prizes go.
Mr. Taxpayer can you believe the
Journal when it takes $54 of your
money, where $18 ought to be suffi
cient? The Journal has an ax to grind.
Push for I'lattsmouth. Push for the
Citizens' ticket. Six republicans and
democratics is a fair division on party
grounds. Who can complain, unless he
has an ax to grind?.
Elect the Citizens' ticket and jou
will get a cleaner and more business
like administration. Thousands of dol
lars will be kept from leaking out of
the city treasury to pay political debts.
Try it. It will help some to make
Judge Root's opinion, as we under
stand it, is identical with our own as to
then they must be published each issue
for one week. BUT THEY NEED
NOT BE PUBLISHED IN A DAILY
PAPER. The question Judge Root
gave an opinion in was whether the
city was liable for the $54 for publish
ing the ordinance, and not whether the
ordinance should be published in a daily
paper or a weekly paper. Judge Root
certainly would not advise contrary to
the plain provision of the statute, which
is quoted elsewhere. Don't be fooled by
the Journal it has an ax to grind.
GEO. E. DOVEY.
J. P. FALTER.
Second Ward- (
, FRED RAM HE.
L. G. LARSON.
C. Mf PARKER,.
Vote for Fred Ramge.
Vote for L..G. Larson.
Vote for C. M. Parker.
Vote for August Gorder.
Vote for Dr E. D. Cummins
Vote for Emmons J. Richey
lor city clerk.
Vote for Geo. E. Dovey and J.
P. Falter for councilmen.
The child trained in exaggeration
generally graduates into an adult liar.
What benefit is to be derived from a
man's trade, if he does not pay his
Vote' for Dr. C. A. Marshall
and H. N. Dovey for school
The Journal weeps to deceive you.
j The Journal has long been recognized
i as a knocker. Let it continue to do
the knocking. You and I haven't time
to continue to take $51 of your money,
where $18 would be sufficient to pay
The Citizens' convention was well
advertised. It was the best advertised
of any convention this spring. It was
open to whosoever might come. What
excuse can any citizen of any party
have for not supporting the ticket
nominated. Why were you not there
to preseat your preferences?
Is A man who wont pay his bills the
right ki.id of a man to put in charge of the
affairs of this city? Do you believe the
business of this city should be placed
in the hands of a man, who will buy
your goods, carry them away and use
them, and then never pay for them?
Some fellows are long on buying at
home, and never pay for what they
buy. We would advise the Journal to
investigate this side of the trade propo
Dr. E. D. Cummins the Citizens'
candidate for mayor pays his bills and
we do not hesitate to invite you Mr.
Taxpayer to investigate his record. Dr.
E. D. Commins does not get drunk. He
pays his bills. He has a clean record
He is worthy of thj support of every
good citizen, in spite of what the Jour
nal and its gang of composite liars
may say. Mr. Taxpayer be not de
deceived by any gang of composite and
who is true to himself has j hideous falsifiers.
Emmons J. Richey is honest and
pays his bills. Every voter should in
vestigate a candidates' record for hon
esty, and as to whether or not he pays
his just debts. Emmons invites you to
investigate his record. If a man is not
honest and will not pay his just debts
then he isjunlit to be elected to office.
his bills. He is capable and gentle
manly. He is entitled to your vote.
Vote for Richey for Clerk.
Mr. Republican, what has the Jour
nal ever done for any republican candi
date, but abuse them, in the past? The
Journal is weeping crocodile tears be
cause it wants to dictate what republi
cans shall do. The Journal will find
that the rank and file of the republi
can party have more sense than it
gives them credit for having. The
Journal's howl about the "bosses" and
"leaders" of the republican party is
so stale that it bears much resemblance
i to the Journal's idea of decency. The
j rank and file of the republican party
will rember that the Journal has made
the same howl about "bossism" every
time the republican party has put a
ticket in the field for more than ten
years. If the r.'puU'can perjy had
In support of this j fun(S( and will insist on economy first,
notion its authority gives the long list i iast ami ai the time,
of splendid Southerners from Washing- Third: I believe in conservatism and
ton and Jefferson down to that fixed j NOT radicalism; in equal rights to
small body of old southern senators, men I everybody and special privileges to
every inch of them, who maintain the
traditions of the early republic against
fourth: I shall insist on equal dis-
the rising tide of political commercial-; tribution of street work in all parts of
ism j the city.
But the authority one wields over a j fifth: I will use my best effort to
slave does not fit a man for authority bring the street lighting controversy to
among equals. These mighty men of definite action and secure the best eun
the South were bred to the highest tract possible for everybody at the
American charactistic, the ability to earliest possible date. N
lead well or follow well as the emer-; Sixth: I have not and will not make
gency demands, by the same conditions a.iy promts of appointments until
which bred the mighty men of the elected.
North-the pioneer life with its compul-, Seventh: When a license is granted
sory independence and res .urcefuiness to a man to operate a saloon, I will pre
and mental and physical hardiness. toct his interests the same as any
Look beneath the surface ami you othor business man as long n he corn
will find that no good ever came to any piie9 with the law. I shall insist on
man or to any people by any exercise cosinf, the saloons at eleven o'clock
of arbitrary authority. And any in-1 everv nfeht and all dav Sundays itift
nominated a full republican ticket this ; dustrial system with the element of as specified by law and as has been the
spring the Journal would have made
the same howl about "boss lule.
tyranny in it whether it be slavery, i custom for several years.
or trade unionisms-is in just so far an j E. D. Cummins.
- j unmitigated evil. Further in a society j
You know Dr. E. D. Cummins, the with right ideals of manhood, arbitrary : See the "Booster" envelopes at
Citizens' candidate for mayor. He authority is as abhorrent to him to Irwins.
I fell ife M Ml
JUDITH BASIN, MONTANA. On the Great Northern line
between Billings and Great Falls, a fine area of reliable production,
with splendid chances of profit for early buyers. No irrigation;
average moisture 17 inches, which is enough to insure heavy and
vaeid crops. Send for Judith Basin folder.
SUN RIVER, MONTANA. Government irrigated land,
275,000 acres neae Great Falls, Mont First section now open for
tiling; only $30 an acre in 10 annual installments. Send for Sun
River Project folder.
BIG HORN BASIN. A new government irrigated tract of
12,000 acres near Garland, Wyo.. to be soon opened for filing.
Watch for this and make your filing early on a choice location.
ROUND TRIP RATE. Only $27.50 to above localities. This
is a low rate for an extensive trip into these fast developing sec
tions. Take it this spring or summer.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS. I conduct
excursions on the first and third Tuesdays of each month to the
nlnv localities. No charge for mv services.
Will nn" for fuMi'tH, Iri-linloal information nlxmt tuMnu up kntibM'vfrl
lnniK ct- 1 wh r many yi'nm rniimvtwl will) thi1 1.an I Department ' f
the Government. 1 'n lielp von make a boo I ni'leetiun. I
I). CLEM DKAVEK, General Agent,
Land Seekers Information Bureau, 0:r.aha, Neb. i
l)i A. Marshall and II. N. Dovey have for somo time served as members of the school
board. Their services have been valuable and at on former election tliny were nominated by
both the republican and democratic parties and were unanimously elected. They have been
nominated by both the citizens convention and the republican convention and they will cer
tainly be elected.
will be elected councilman from the Second ward.
L. (i. Larson, the carpenter and contractor, has served in the council before and will no
doubt be elected by a line majority at the coming election.
C. M. Parker, of the Fourth ward, is a capable and brijrht voting man ami is employed in
the B. &. M. shops. He is a man of rood judgment, good business ability and will make
the Fourth ward a splendid councilman.
The Fifth ward will doubtless be represented in the next council by August Gorder. Mr.
Gorder is recognized as a man of extraordinary business judgment and has made great suc
cess of his own business. He is always careful and is absolutely honest and no better man
could be found anywhere to serve the city than August Gorder. He is entitled to the support
of all good citizens who have the best interests of the city at heart.
No finer list of candidates for council could be found ami we predict that they will be elected
as they certainly should be.
Vote for Marshall and Dovey
FOR SCHOOL BOARD
The city council is the legislative department of the city government. It levies the taxes,
makes the appropriations, passes the laws governing the city, allows elaims, makes con
tracts, in fact, is the most important department of the city government.
Messrs. George K. Dovey and J. P. Falter are certainly capable and elliciont business
men who have achieved success in their own business and will be able to give the city the
benefit, of their past business experienees. They should receive the unanimous support of
the voters in the First ward.
Fretl llamge, of the firm of Kunsman A: Ramge. is too well-known to need introduction.
Kvervbodv knows Fred and all who know him admire him. There is little doubt but that he
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