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6 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 29J 1904 'f
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
Published Every Friday at
ALLS CITY , NEBRASK.A
TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO
Entcrcd as sccond-class matter , Janu-
ary 12 , 1904at the post oflicc at Fal1s
ity , . under thc Act of on press
of March 3 , 1879.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
Telephone No. 226.
For Congress :
Er.l\IUR J. llURKlt'.r'l' , Lincoln
For State Senator :
E. A. TUCKER , Humboldt. .
For Members of thc Legislature
R. E. GIUNS'1'UAD , Salem
GEORGE SMITH , Dawson
W. H. HOGRIWE , Stella
For . ' County Attorney I
\V. H. MORUOW , Shubert
The Martins never miss a
chance to draw money out of the
county treasury. At the last
meeting of the county board , F.
E. Martin drew $200 salary as
county attorney ; Francis Martin
drew tomething like $25 for serv-
ing on the insanity board ; John
Martin drew $21.75 for "print-
ing. " It is especially in regard
to this printing claim that remarks -
marks are in order. According
to the sub-head on the editorial
( ? ) page , the Journal is pUblished -
ed by one F. E. Martin. F. E.
Martin is county attorney and
under the law cannot do other
than his official services for the
county and draw pay therefor.
On the bill heads upon which
' . their statements are rendered , it
is claimed that the Journal is
, pubHsheu by Martin & Martin.
Then the Martins can take such
I county printing as they can get
I their hands on , charge a good
price cut the bill in two and have
it allowed to John Martin. In
this instal1ce they forgot them-
_ selves and filed their claim in
-.1 favor of the Falls City Journal ,
I which was afterward crossed out
and the name of John Marlin :
substituted. . Otherwise the bill
_ 4 would have been thrown out-
and the Martins never lose a
chance to draw money from the
_ _ county treasury. An this simply
illustrates the nature of the sub-
terfuge to which the Martins will
n resort in order that they may
never overlook what is , to them ,
i the main chance. It would be
' decidedly inconvenient for John
+ . Martin to have his name appear
r + in the Journal as one of the pub-
_ _ I _ fishers while the paper is seeking
to get the patronage of the republican -
publican party and while he is
holding office as a democra It
is very convenient to have his
1 name appear , however , on the
, i , bin heads when there is money
i to be drawn from the county
, c - - .
treasury.tl he Martins will
probably claim that the county
got yaluc received , but the fact is
that. misfit legal advice and
botc led-up printing will not bal- ,
ance the account.
TUCKER. : . '
Several newspapers published
outside of this senatorial district
have commented on the nomina-
tion of lIon. E. A. Tucker for
state senator , and these comments
have all been favorable. Editor
Stowell of the Auburn Post de-
votes considerable space to this
matter and pays the judge a high
tribute. These endorsements are
very gratifying , and yet they are
not necessary to establish Judge
Tuckers standing in this district.
That standing has been established -
ed for many years. It is based
upon his merits and recognized
ability as well as upon his ser-
vices rendered to the party. Per-
sons who desire to see a compe-
tent and forceful man sent to rep-
resent this district in . the state
senate , can unite on Judge Tucker -
er without reference to party
There would seem to be no rea-
son why the republican county
ticket should not be elected this
fall. Of course in view of the
great strength of this ticket the
democrats will put forward their
best men , but the county is nor-
mally republican and there is
surely no reason why any repub-
lican should fail to support the
ticket. There are some good men
in the democratic ranks , but none
better than Grinstead , Hogrefe ,
Smith , Morrow and Tucker.
Therefore aU things being equal
the republican candidates should
be elected by good majorities. _
The American people are get-
ting tired of the Smoot investiga-
tion Enough is enough of any-
thing and more than that is too
much. Of course we suppose it
is necessary that Smoot be inves-
tigated , and yet but few people
care to read about it.
There are divers breeds
knockers , but we believe that the
reprehensible class is made
up of those who make their pur-
chases out of town. Patronizing
the home merchant is the best
possible way of standing up for
your home town.
it looks as though Willie
Hearst and Willie Bryan were
preparing to play the parts of the
two mischievous boys when
Grover Cleveland assumes the
role of the Foxy Grandpa of the
Laundry work is to be taught
in the Lincoln schools Well , we
have known instances where the
pupils would have been tenefitted
by a little more laundry and not
so much latin .
. - .
A NEW LINE OF
_ _ HAS JUST ARRIVED
Fur newness 'of design as well as for excellence -
cellence of quality this line cannot be ex-
celled. Prices are equally attractive.
. . . . WE ALSO CARRY . . .
JOHN W. MASURYS
A most superior article of guaranteed ex-
cellence. Costs no more than inferior
paint. Inspection solicited ,
AGENT FOR CARBOLINEUM , .
. . . . t
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE 4.
How the' great democratic
leaders must envy the harmony
that exists in the republican
All the American sympathy for
the Japs seem to be wasted. It
is apparent that the Japs don't
Mr. Burketts motto would seem
to be "Be sure you're right , then
go ahead. " He satisfied himself
that he was right and then went
Some democrats pretend to be-
believe that the republican county
ticket is weak , but when pressed
for a specific instance they
promptly change the . subject.
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I was troubled with a distress
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Our . Line
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Wcn ches . Clocks
. . Jewelry
Kodak Developing -
Musical Instruments i
One Third Off
Repairing a .J peeialty
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Wcrlds Fair Rates via Burlington Roup.
Tickets to St. Louis and " return
turn , good all summer , $16.25.
9n and after April 25. sixty
day tickets 1355. ,
On and after April ten-day _
" tickets ; $12.20. 16-7
For full information about
train service ask the ticket agen t.
IAff11iTI1 TIME ABLE I ' ,
BurllQQJon ! , , ; :
Rout I ' Falis . City. Neb.
St. Joseph Salt Lake City
Kansas City Portland
St. Louis and all San F r a nclsco -
points east and and all points . ,
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS : . :
No. 42. Portland-St. Louis . . ' . '
Special , St. Joseph ,
Kansas City , St. " '
Louis and all points
east and south. . . . . .7:27 p ni
No. 13. Vestibuled express ,
daily , Denver .and
all points west and
northwest. . . . . . . . . . 1:33 : a 111
No. 14 : Vestib led express ,
daily , ute Joe , Kan-
sas City St Louis -
and all points east
and south : : . . . . . . . . 7:47 a 111'
No. 15. Local express , daily . ,
Lincoln and points
. eastwestnorthw-est 1:48 : p 111
No. 21. Vestib\tl express ,
daily , Denver , and ; .
all points west and _
northwest . . . . . . . . . 1:35 p m
No 16. Vestibuled express .
daily , St. Joe , Kan-
sas City , St. Louis . " .
Chicago and points -
east and south. . . . . 4:30 p 111 . . .
No 22. Local express , daily "
Atchison and points
south and west. . . . 4:44 p 111
No 41. St : Louis-Portland '
lcna , Tacoma and
change . . . . . . . . . . . 10:07 : p m _ -.i , "
No. 115. Local accommoda- -L
tion , daily Mon- . . . .
- day , VVednsday and
Friday , Salem , Ne-
maha and Nebraska . . f
. City . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11:30 pm ) . . . . . '
Sleeping , dining and reeling chair ' ?
cars ( seats free ) on through h'ains. .
Tickets sold and baggage checked to I . ' g ,
any point in the tates or anada. For . " , .
information , time tables , maps and . , . f'
tickets , call on or write to G. Stewart , " ' (
Agent , Falls City , Neb. , 01' J. Francis
G. P. & T. A. , Omaha.
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