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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
Entered as second-class matter as
Falls Citj' , Nebraska , post office , Janu
ary 12 , l'J04 , under the Act of Congrosl
of March 3 , 1879.
Published every Kriduy at Falls City ,
Nebraska , by
The Tribune Publishing Company
One year $1.00
Six months 60
Three months 35
Lancaster count } ' is mad. For
years things have been coming1
her wiy , and that the pendulum
is now swinaintf the other way
is the cause of grief and anger.
Lancaster lias 32 per cent of the
delegates in the republican con
vention , the six country counties
have 68 per cent. For twenty
years more or less the 32 per cent
has been seated at the table de
manding , not alone the choicest ,
but all of the feast. At the con
vention held in this city June 1st ,
the dog concluded to change the
proeccdurc and set aside prece
dent by wagging the tail instead
6f permitting the tail to wag1 the
dog as heretofore. Consequently
Lancaster is mad clear through.
The country counties are to be
punished. The delegation to the
next legislature from hogville
will combine with the counties
in the western part of the state
to pass a re-apportionment bill
which will cut down the legisla
ture representation of Cass , Otoe ,
Nemaha , Kichardson , Pawnee
and Johnson counties. Thus
will Lancaster get even.
For years these outside coun
ties have been voting to keep the
state fair at Lincoln. For 3ears
these six counties have voted in
favor of large appropriations for
state fair buildings and to main
tain the fair as a successful in
stitution. For years the vote of
Richardson and the other coun
ties have been favorable to the
appropriations for the state uni
versity. For years every state
institution located in Lincoln has
received fair and liberal treat
ment at the hands of the legis
lators from the six counties.
Don't be foolish , you statesmen
from the empire of Lancaster.
Don't try to shove the country
counties. They carry "the big-
stick. " "Don't start noth'in. "
The Journal received a unique
distinction this week. Bide Dud
ley of the Kansas' City Star edits
a column of fearfully and won
derfully made extracts from the
country'press. The article in last
week's-Journal entitled "A model
iann" was thought to be quite up
to the requirements of Mr. Dud
ley's column , and was accord
ingly sent him. He reproduced it
and acknowledged its receipt
with thanks , asking for further
contributions of the same sort.
If you failed to read this model
literary production , look up last
last week's Journal and do so.
It is worth while. You will
readily understand the remark of
a Humboldt gentleman who said ,
"I read the Journal for its gra-
matical mistakes , "
Next week the Tribune becomes
the largest paper in Richardson
County. The consolidation of
the Tribune and Enterprise will
give a guarnteed circulation of
more than 2000 subscribers. We
shall not be content with this.
The half hundred stock holders
arc each taking an interest in in
creasing this circulation to three
thousand before the year is out
These stockholders ara scattered
through ever } ' precinct from Dawson -
son to the river and their com
bined efforts will make The Tri
bune one of the best and largest
country papers in the west with
in the next twelve months. Re
member , our circulation is guar
anteed and our books open to the
inspection of ever } ' advertiser.
Governor Mickey is endearing
himself to people of the state by
his determined and aggressive
fight to compel the railroad to
share their part of the tax. For
rears the } ' been evading their
axes at the expense of the incli-
idual , but it seems that the
lay of special interests is gone
by. Under the leadership of the
governor and Attorney General
Brown the assessment will be
raised to a fair figure this year
It is the duty of every republi
can to vote at the special election
to be held in July. Mr. .Pollard
s all fours with the President on
the railroad rate proposition and
should receive the vote of every
nan in the favor of "the square
leal" . _
The Fourth of July celebration
in this city will meet the amuse
ment demands of everybody.
There will be sports of all kinds :
and fireworks unlimited. Yon
owe yourself this holiday.
Spend it with us.
Don't think that the ' 'policy of
this paper is to be changed be
cause of the consolidation. II
will fight the battles of the re
publican party in much the same
old way , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
As the literary head of our
more or less esteemed contempor
ary would say , "it is some warm
this week" .
I have some seasoned burr
standards for sheds or barns
cheap. From 12 to 16 feet.
C. F. RKAVIS.
SPKAINKD ANKIU , STIFF NECK
These are three common ail
ments for which Chamberlain's
Pain Balm is especially valuable
If promptly applied it will save
you time , money and suffering
when .troubled with any one o
these ailments. For sale at Kerr's
This That %
Where one man Where one man
gets rich through stays poor through %
hazardous specu the slow methods
lation. ' a hundred of saving , a hun
get POOR. dred get RICH.
The wise man show the better
part , and places his money in-the bank ,
to be used. in legitimate channels of
business. : : :
The Falls City State Bank t.
Fancy and Staple
Fruit in Season
Free City Delivery
j Storage for Household
And other Goods.
Notice lo Creditors.
In the county court of Richardson county ,
In the matter of the estate of John A. Koso ,
deceased. II is ordered by the court that the
time limited for creditors to file claims against
said estate is six months from the 16th day of
June. 1905 , and all claims not iiled in this
court , duly verified , on or before said last
named date , will be forever barred. Ordered
further that all claims filed against said estate
will be examined and adjusted by the court.
In the county court room , in the court house in
Falls City , in said county. August 16th , October
16th and December 15th.
15y order of the court dated June 10. l < Xb.
lSKAi.1 JWIUIITI : .
76-4 J ml ire.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Of the Farmers State Hank , of Preston.
Nebraska , Charter No. 70S. incorporated in the
state of Nebraska , at the close of business May
29 , 1905 :
Loans and discounts $ 16,910.44
Overdrafts , secured and unsecured. . . . 75.88
Banking house furniture and fixtures 650.00
Current expenses and taxes paid 378.7o
Due from nat'l , state and pri
vate banks and bankers.$12,298.40
Total cash on hand 14,758.7.1
Total $ 32,773.81
Capital stock paid in $6,500.00
Surplus fund iOO.OO
Undivided profits 855.97
Individual deposits subject to
Demand certificates on deposit 13,047,60 24,917.84
STATE OF NEBRASKA.
County of Richardson.
I , Clyde Thacker , cashier , of the abore
named bank , do solemnly swear that the abore
statement is correct and a true copy of the re
port made to the State Banking Hoard.
LKVI TIIACKKK. Director.
\V. A. MAHGKAVI : . Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me tinlOlll
day of June , 1905 , WALTHK R. BANKS ,
( My commission expires March 8 , 1911. )
Notice for Administration.
First publication June n. 1905.
Notice U hereby g veil that Frank Cook
did on the 7th day of June 1905 , file petition
in the county court Richardson county ,
Nebraska , the object and prayer of which is
that Letters of Administration may be granted
to C. F. Reavisas Administrator of the estate
of Rudolph Cook who it is alleged died in and
a resident of said county August 1881 , intestate.
Ills ordered that the same be heard by the Court
on the 24th day of June , 1905. at 9 o'clock a. in. ,
in the county court room , at Falls City , In said
county , when and where all parties interested
may appear and oppose the granting the
lly order of the court , dated June 7 , 1905.
[ SIAL ] J. R. WinUiiTi ; .
75-3 County Judge.
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