The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, January 27, 1905, Image 9
> > ' . - . . - " . . . . . - - . . . . . . - _ . . > " ' - - " - - - ' - " - ' I . tr , - - - - - _ . . . . a THE : - FALLS r--.ratw..a CITY TRIBUNE I ' Ptiblishecl 1'ery ! Friday at , FA r4LS CI'T ' Y , n I : BRASKA I Dr ° . 4 : , . . . . \ . 'l ' IBU1\8 PUBLTSJlI1\G CO , 1'ntercd l us , \ 1I.cImattcl' - : ' , Jqlll- : \I'Y 12. IIJOt.at thc pDt ol1i.cat bails " City Neb. . under the Act of Congress of } March J , 18i9. . . . . _ . - i . ; ONl' : 1JOLLAl : pgl YIaAh 'l'elephonc .1\0. 22 ( ) . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - CONGRESSMAN FROM THE FIRST. - . Now that 11011. E. J. I3arkctt x' ' _ has been elect'd Unitcd States i " ' Sena lor , the speculation as 10 his , successor increases Thcr seems to be a general disposition on the I 4 pan of the outlying- counties to l .t " - nominate some nian outside of Lancaster County. Lincoln has . had thc . , con ressman so long that the 'mcmory of man run- neth not tn the contrary ; " and . now that thc United States Scna- I ! tor comes from thc sate place , thc . " coun try counties think thc cai li- date should come front some oth- I crJoca1ity. That Lancaster county will not - tamely submit to this ultimatum I . may bc inferred from' thc fact " that she has live ! candidates , to- wit ; II. l\r. Bur . ' ss , E.P. Holmcs , I Paul Clark , Judge Frost and l\Ir. . ; J ' j : . . Tobbey. In addition to this , 4 Lancaster is suggesting candi- r'J . elates for the other counties 'with - . ; 4. ' ' . thc view of ha' . ' ng"thccilnelidatcs : " . , . turn their delegates over to thc . . Lancaster man in return for thc federal 1 patronage such as post \1 \ : : ' ' ' . ' , . , . . . ' - ' offices and thc likc. An effort of this kind was made with George \V. Marsh formerly of this county hut Mr. Marsh was too wise at the game to permit . himself to bc , used } to pull Lmcoln's chestnuts ' " . out of the lire. 1 rom : Majors of t" Ncmaha County is out for the same purposc. There is every reason to believe that Ncmaha , . County will refuse to have its . . . . . . . _ politics further prostituted by . - l\Iajors. Four years ago hc and Judge Stul1 fought thc legislative - tive ticket notwithstanding there . ' , ' , : w' were two United States Senators . ' , . to clcct. There is probably not , , 'a delegate outside of Ncmaha . County who would under any . . . circumstances cast a vote for Majors - Pi. : . jors , and thc only possible result _ _ _ :111 : . . . J : : : . of his success in his home 1 County - . . : ty would bc to dive him this right to name the post-masters of thc coun ty. " w . . ' . ' 'l"hrc is also some suggestion : ; : : ' ! ; , -:1 that Clmrdt Howe will be , in thc . ' \ ,1 light , although nothing positive > ( , . ' , ' I. is known as to this. Mr. Howe : : \ ' . . \\as cabled for his vie \ \ ' s and has . , , . : . : not as yet replicd. Dickeal formerly County judge and one of . thc ablest and most loyal young men in thc state is an admitted " candidate and will in all probabil- " > - ' : ity be given thc dclcgation. \ " Johnson County will namc cith- , . cr A B. Allen private secretary j to GO\ Mickey or Judge Da\'id- - - - - - - . . . . - - - - ' - - - - - ' - - . . . . . . . . . . , . , son. 'P he geuertil impression seems to be that Judge Davidson wants to he suprcme Judge to succeed .1mlge \ TIl)1comb and might be induced to turn .John- soil O\'cr to Lancaster in return i ' for assuranCes of future fa\'ors. Otoc County will present Wilt Hayward , son of the late Senator Hayward.1 I r. Hayward is a lawyer of Nebraska City and a young man of splendid rarts. Ernest Polta(1 will have Cass County. Mr. Pollard is also a young man , a farmer and fruit grower and has long been promi- ncnt in thc councils of thc party. Either 1 John B. Hapcr or Frank Barton wilt have Pawnee Count 'rhe situation is this ; a combi- nation between OtoeCass , Ncma- ha , Richardson and either Paw- nee or Johnson can furnish thc candidatc. 'fo- defeat Lancaster County , this sort of nbination will be ncccssary. From what thc writer knows of thc senti- uivnt of ichardson County , the delegation will probably favor some such plan. \Vho thc man will bc , no one can prid"t. : ! . The difficulty will bc , not in finding a good man , but ill effecting such a combination. . I REVOLUTION Thc terrible scenes resulting : from thc conflicts between thc people and the crown in Russia , which have been enacted in thc past week may mean thc beg-in- tng' of thc revolution which has been predicted for ' many ycars. The cruelty of ttc Russian g-O\- nmcnt towards thc serfs they call subjects is one of thc commentaries - mcntaries of our ct\ ' 1ization. There is no room in this day for such a government and while a revolution is to bc deplored , the time seems ripe for a new and better order of thing's. Did thc blue mark catch you ? Why .Jot pay up ? 1r. Farmer , wc would bc very glad to print your envelopes . to advertise your sales or perform _ ny other service usually done by a first class printing officC' Will you give us a trial ? Our readers must not infer that there arc only one or two mercan- tile houses in Falls City. The mcrchants(5omc ( of them ) arc too modest to cell your attention to their existence by h'crtising" A pretty safe plan is to trade with thc men who want your trade and who use your favorite paper to tell you so. Such men arc our friends and they are your fricnds. Trade with Tribune advertisers. Chancellor Canficld , formerly of thc Nebraska State university once said in a lecture at Falls City that the base of the United States was thc great mass of the pcoplc That our country rested upon such a solid and enduring foundation ; and that thc cap piccc of thc pyramid was the I w t I i , 4 . . . - - - - - - - ' - - ' - ' - - - - - - _ Should be cautiously Wills I S gU\1'Cled. These docu- meut ; you know , sometimes mys- teriously 'van lsli. You may leave yourVill in our vault for sale keep- il1g and make sure it will not "turn uP.missing" Just at : the critical mom- - - - - - - - - - e Ii t. Wills If you arc about to sell your farmer or other property and have a CON- and TRj.\CT 01' other valuable papers connected with the deed the Contracts Fa..lIs City State Bank a \\Till be pleased to give you vault room for them. This bank makes no charges for I such service. . I " , . , < - - Own a Farm . 'Don 'Rent Buy an irrigated farm yourself 01' your son before the advancing price shuts you out. The time is fast coming in this country when the owner of a good will be a very independent man ; the acreage of farm lands is limited , but our population is rapidly increas- mg. The entire acreage of land available for irrigation , m either by Private or Governmental enterprise , will make r but a small number of eighty-acre farms compared with the number of young men who expect to become farmers. The Big Horn Basin has ample water , a splen- did sunshiny . climate and a soil which , under water , is as rich .productive as any in the temperate zone ; send for our special Big Horn Basin folder , and keep I that locality in your mind i in looking into i the future. : : : L. W. WAKELY , I General Passenger Agent , Omaha , Neb. prcsidcn In contrast he said that Russia rested upon thc Czar and thc top we s formed of thc people. It stood as :111 inverted pyramid and some time would grow top heavy , and fal1. It seems that this prediction may be vcri ficd. F'al1 : City is the best trading point in this sccticn. The mer- chants have the most complete stocks and make prices that com- pete with your catalogue houses or any other foreign conccrn. 'Vln' not spend your money at home ? It will help you , thc town , the merchant and thc country. Make a resolution to spend 1 your money at home an- other ycar. Give your local mer- chant a chance. REFRACTIONIST R.L.Baumont , M. D. , Sixth & FelixSt.Joseph Formerly eye and ear specialist - ist now limited practice to Eye Glasses . Missouri Pacific Railway Time Table , Falls City , Neb. NORTH No. 51 Omaha and Lincoln Express . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . \ 2:2.5 a 1n Xo. 53 Omaha and Lincoln passenger . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . A :00 p m No. 233 Local Freight . , Au- lurn . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . \ 1:00 : l' In SOUTH No. 52 Kansas City and St. Louis and Denver . . . . . . . A 3:10 : a m No. 58 Kansas City and St. Louis and Denver . . . . . . . A 1 : 10 p 111 Xo. 232 Local , Atchison. , . 1O:3U a 111 .xo. 2JO Stock FrcightHi- .1".atl1a. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. 9:20 l' nl A. Dail ) ' . n. Daily t.xccptulltl : a ) ' . J. n. V RXJtI < , Agcnt. W. H. MADDOX REAL ESTATE AGENCY Lands bought and sold Hartford Fire Insurance Houses in city for sale honey to 10kfl Telephone 178 Rev. Moody Wisconsin spent Sunday in this city.