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1 4 THE FALLS CIT TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER i3 , 1905.
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
Kntercd as second-clans matter ns
l-'nlls Citv , Nebraska , post olllce , Janu
ary 12 , 1 H)4 , muter the Act of Congrcst
of'Mnrch 3 , 1870.
Published every Kriday at Kails City ,
Nebraska , by
The Tribune Publliliinrf Company
One year SI-0
Six n'onths W
Three mouths 35
Republican State Ticket
IION.O. l . t.KtTON
V. ( ! . I.YI'OUI )
Rebubllcan County Ticket
.1.1 ! TANNHU
I'OHTKK STItlNiriKl.l )
.1. It. WlliHITK
\V. M. IllKCIKIt
1'itoi * . it. 1 1. iiorr
1)11. OKI ) . ltlJNI5KF.lt
A ioilllillrini | di'lrifiitiu'iitivtmtlim Is licri'liy
culled to nii'i't lit tlio Mntplir liotul. Tiililn
liook , Pawned ciiiinly. Ncliniskit on Momluy.
UcioliiT lull linttiil II o'olouU In tint iirtcriioiin
to place In noiiiliiiitloM one ciuiillilittr lor
HtntoHenalor , to 111 ! viioiincy lor tint llrsl
M'tKitorliil ilMilct ol NctiniHku.
Tlit < cliiilniniM uiiil ecu I ni I ooimiilttcin ot
tlio siivcnil conntlcH In valil llr l Nt'imtorliil
lllMHl'lS Illl ) IrllW'HllMl til IIHIIII ) lIHcKUtl'H tc >
HttCllll Ulllll COIIVUMllltll.
The t'litlftof iiiiri"-i > nliillon of HID roiintlrs
In fiild i-onvimtlim xluill l t Hut voi < > I'M-I lor
lion II II. Wilson for lui'slilciillu. cli'clor nl
tin- | . | I'lortlou hi'lil mi Novi'inlii-r H ,
limi. KlvliiKOiui ilrli'Kiito ( or iiiiuh onoliiin-
ilri'il uiiil incut vllvoolrtt or nuijor fi action
tlu'ri'of MU'ilst lorsiilil II II. Wilson anil onu
ilt'lrttiilit lit liiniu formed county.
Salil iiiiorllinninit | | ( i-nllllcH i > iiih county Ki
Ilio rollouliiK ii'iiri'Ht'iiUtlmi In tluiHiilil IMIII-
vi-iitlon. 1'nwiift ) 15 ami KlulmrdxoM .
It Is riiliimiiiitiiiU'il that tint ilrlcu'iitcn | irt'n
< > nt In cnld cutivt'iitloii rnHI tlin I'titirti votti ol
their county lii'-tlii'iu tluloKiUlcm.
lly onlcr ot tlin Ncntitoilitl ronunlttco for
Ihti llrkt MMiiitnrlal illNtrlct of Nrlirasku.
JOHN \V. I'O\VKII.
The Tribune pays more cacli
week for news .service than all
other Falls Citv papers combined.
We want the paper to become a
household necessity , and you can
help us if you will.
Jake Tanner is now fully re
covered from his recent illness
and is out with the voters stating
his claims for the office. It it
realized that our opponents arc
intending to sacrifice nearly
everything to succeed on the head
of the ticket. While this is some
what hard on the rest of tin
democratic ticket it is in lim
with the policy heretofore pur
sued when Mr. Lord was a can >
didate. Mr. Tanner will IK
elected notwithstanding such ef
fort. He is far superior as :
candidate to his opponent ii
every way , and will receive a verj
larye ; vote among the young mei
of the county and especially
among the Germans.
The third term cry is beinj
sung bv our democratic friend ;
until it is losing its force becausi
of its monotony. The republi
can party has been built up b ;
the integrity of its principles am
the fidelity of its officials. W
sent Burkett to congress for th
third term because he was com
petent and faithful , and then \v
promoted him to a seat in th
United States senate. The me
in public life who count arc thos
men who have proved their caps
city and have been retained in ol
lice until they have the cxpei
icnce necessary to a good official
If a fr-rmcr has a good han
would it be the part of gooi
judgement to discharge him be
cause he has been in his emplo ;
for several years ? The way t
improve the public service is t
retain men in the office who hav
shown themselves qualified t
hold the office. A county offict
is nothing more than a hire
hand , if you have a good out
keep him. Of course our denu
cratic friends are opposed to r <
publicans holding over for
third term , the } ' are equally oj
posed to a republican holding ol
lice for a first term. Their pos
tion in its last analysis is , vol
against the republican candidate
that we may have the court horn
full of democrats. Are you i
favor of it , my republican friend
It is better to suffer a thousand
defeats that to run away from the
One of Falls City's liberal men
was approached the other day by
a man with a subscription paper.
"How much money are you try
ing to raise , " asked the philan-
trophic citizen. "We think that
one and two ciphers will let us
out , " was the reply. ' 'Well" re
turned clie citizen , "put me down
for one of the ciphers ' '
There is no need to become
discouraged. The reporter was
in Mound City and- Craig , Mo. ,
last week and the business men
of each place spoke of the sum-
icr's dullness being unprecedcnt-
d. FallsCity is suffering no more
hat the rest , and being the best
own in the hunch will recover
he quickest. Don't be dis-
ouraged , wait till the crops move
The voters of this county will
ee to it that Judge Wilhitc is
eturncd to the position which
le has filled witli such distinc-
ivc success. The office of pro-
Kite judge is far too important
o justify experiments Judge
iVilhite is acknowledged to be
he best probate Judge the cottn-
y lias ever had , and having been
ailed upon by his party to stand
gain as its candidate is doing
11 in his power to succeed hiin-
elf. A vote for Wilhitc is a vote
or compcntiMicy , integrity and
If every citizen would not feel
i personal interest in his home
own , but would always be awake
0 the opportunities that come to
lim to assist in its improvement ,
hings would take on a more
cheerful aspect in a very short
tine. If you are in the ranks of
he knockers , get out. Don't be
1 member of the anvil chorus any
onger. Bear your part of the
) nrdens , perform your part of
he labor and do it cheerfully and
fladly. In the aggregate of
< \'ills City's wide awake men be
> ure that you are counted as one.
) on't be a cipher.
The News continues its dirty
little flings at John Hossack and
stands about as much show of
iiccomplishing his defeat as a
certain notorious snow ball stood
n the lower regions. If the
News imagins it is accpmplish-
ng anything by its contemptuous
statements concerning the horsi
thcif association , we would sug
gest that it take a few minutes ol
its valuable time to talk with the
lemocratic members who know ol
the splendid service John Hos-
> ack has been to the farmers ol
this county in the past four years.
It will doubtless learn something
The campaign of misrepresent
ation now being made agains
the republican candidates ha ;
been started too early , it wil
have time to die of its own weak
ness before election. The howls
of machine , prearranged deputies :
and similar campaign dodges an
as silly as they will be ineffectual
The convention in Stella was a ;
free from tin * influences of th <
practical politician as any eve
held in the county. The ticke
there nominated is representativi
of the best in the republicai
party. It was dictated by n <
man nor set of men. It was tin
voluntary expression of the dele
gates. This cannot be said o
the democratic ticket. For year
Clay Davis , Joe Miles , Job.
Morehcad et. al. , have choosci
the nominees of the party am
they did so this year. All talk o
machine politics coining from th
Falls City News is mirth provok
ing to democrats and republican
alike here in Falls City. Wha
the tales of machine politics rea
ly means is , that the leadin ,
democrats want republican as
sistance in order that the reput
lican party locally may be des
troyed. The republican voter i
too old to be caught with tha
kind of chaff. He thinks to
much of his party to perm :
Davis , Morehead and others t
induce him to assist in its defeat
What reason can any republi
can offer for voting against Port
er Stringfield for county clerk ?
By every test he entitled to your
support. He is industrious , able
and competent , honest and faith
ful. He is a republican and
stands as one of the representa
tives of that party. Richardson
county * is.a . rcmiblu.au. county and
will continue so if the rank and
file does its duty this fall. The
opposition will seize on every
thing and anything to win votes
that the republican candidates
may be defeated and the opposi
tion be triumphant at the
enguing election The only
way to defeat the republican
party in this county is to do it
by republican votes. Are you
going to contribute to the de
struction of your own party ?
C. M.Snokesp nt Sunday ln.it with
hlx MUI , Onward.
.Hinmlo MoNeul was the. truest of
Vurnii Hicks Sunday lust.
Archlo Hoiii'lnnd mill fiimlly , Li-ru
untl Leslie 101 more were Sunday visi
tors with V , Honoluluurnl ) wife.
\V. I ) . Elniore , wlfo mid little daugh
ter , Doris were , the uuestp of Ilnbe
Ilarshburger and family Sunday lust.
John liroiuly left Sunday for his
homo in Kansas after spending ; : i few
days with relatives and friends in this
A. lloa land , wife and niece , Ltlunehe ,
returned home Siiturdii ) from Kaiibiis
City where they hiivc been vlsitini :
Wm. Ashcruft of Stella waj ; i Bar-
nilu visitor thlti week.
Walter Morehead of Auburn was a
business visitor hero Saturday.
Mr. and Mr- " . Spears visited with
home folks near Corney lust , Sunday.
Lovlo George and wlfo arc rejoicing
over the arrival of u baby boy at thlr
Soip Strlngtlcld and wife of Stella
visited tlio Indian eave and other
points on the Missouri river Sunday.
Maud Youum Sundayed with Lucy
Smith. Part of the da > was spent In
visiting the Indian eiive near the Mis
Quite a erowd from Falls City went
pawpaw hunting along the Missouri
river Saturday. A nice lot of the
delicious fruit was found.
I'harles Allen and wlfo went to St.
Joe to purchase their fall stock ol
goods. Tom Smith took care of the
store during their absence.
Uncle Dick Williamson is htlll con
fined to hit , bed us a result of a runaway
accident.but hla physician reports that
his condition Is much better.
Lciih Lt'ot'h has appendicitis.
Mr * DennU Is on the sick II t
A M. Lt'i'ch's new hay bam has
Frt-d Miiyer's little boy , has been
\ vr.ifk .
John Mi-'vln's new burn Is nearing
C. O. A very and wlfo visited in
Omaha last week.
Minnie Mayor Is visiting relatives
in Auburn and Howe.
Jnsiah Glllilatul of Auburn visited
K son. Hash Sunday.
I' . O. A very is attending thu fal
stock show in Kuneas City.
Mrs. O. P. Dillon of Nance county
is visiting her sister , Mrs .1 O ,
John Mob 11 ii and family spent Sundae <
dao south of Humtioldt with Sam Soil :
Hey Leech and 'IVd Colhapp am !
their wives of Huniboldt s-petii Sunday
evening with L M. Lei-ch and family
Ward Mridgford of Mlllersburg , III.
and MrW M. Harding of Humbold' '
visited Mrs 1. M Leeoli last Friday
Grandma Mulvln returned homo Sat
urday afti-r having spent the Mimme :
with herdaughter.- Franklin county.
Louis Mayer and wife , Will Rich
arils , George Gcrdes and wife , DicJ
Standerford , J. L. and Wlllio Leech
J. O. Shroyer and wife , Melvin Shroy
er , Mr * . Culbertson , Katie Mayer am
Stella Loei'.h were among those win
attended the horse show in Aubun
Dick Turner spent Sunday in Tabh
Tim Cummlngs of Duwson was in thi
W. T. Fenton of Dawson was in tin
County Clerk J. C. Tanner was in thi
Ed Dorland is having u cement wall
laid in front of his residence.
Claude Fergus is suffering from i
severe attack of typhoid fover.
A. L ShulTer waa In Table Uock on
Sam lilcecr liom la-ui lulk C'teek
was here Saturday.
Xora Marble spent M-teral days the
last ot the wccx with n-iullves at To-
Anna Porak left Monday for Lincoln
where she expects to in tike her home
In the future.
Lty P. Marble and wife attended the
Ak Siir Hen In Omaha several days the
luot of the week.
Warren Ueery has been elerkinin
N. C. Campbell's grocery store several
diis tne past v\eek.
F. K. Porter und wife moved Into
the property of Charles Carsh in the
north purl of town.
Otic Unkerfer unu Kalph Phllpot returned -
turned home Frldiij from it hunting
expedition to Ujannlt * .
Mrs. Will Powers returned home
the Ural of the week from a several
day * visit in Kansas City.
Gardner McKee returned home the
last of tnu week from a trip through
tlie w eater n part of the rtutd.
Mrs A. K. Gantt of Falls City spent
several day * the past week as u guest
at the home of Itjv. F. Unland.
Mrs Howard Jones and children ar-
riv d in the city Sunday on a visit to
her paienia \ \ m. Veils and wife.
Herbert Ford returned Monday from
Omaha where he had neen In attend
ance at the state Liaptlst convention
Carpenters have been engaged the
past week in erectfng a substantial
barn on the premises of F W. Butter-
Mrs. lihner Woods returned to her
home in Elk Creek Sunday , after n
visit with relatives and friends In this
Ucv L. U. Smith left Monday for
Holdri'dge to attend the Presbyterian
synod which Is being hold there this
U. L. Linn , Uev. Hurt Wilson and
Frank Hist le.ft Tuesday for Ft. Pierre ,
S. D. , where they expect to take
Wheat is reported to be in excellent
condition for this time of year. This ,
following a good crop of corn causes
the farmers to he In good spirits.
llob't Edie who is attending the Lin
coln Business college arrived in the
city Friday on a several days visit to
her parents , Ashford Ed'.o and wife.
On Monday Games & Cllft began
laying the foundation of a fine resi
dence which Harvey Hudson is about
to erect on his farm southeast of town
Geo. McConnell is visiting relatives
and renewing acquaintances in Hum-
boldt after spending a year in Genese"
Idaho , and other points in the north
Col. L. W. Leonard , O. S. Colthat
and John Ulaln , prominent stockmen
of Pawnee county were in the cltj
Saturday attending the Lionberger
and Gilllland sale.
A deal was re--ently made whereby
Mrs. Emma Wilson becomes the ownei
of the property owned by J. D. Shrau
gcr in the north part of the city , pos
session to bo given in the spring.
The property formerly occupied bj
Wm. Cooper and family is to be re
moved and in Its place a cottape with
all the modern improvements is to be
erected by L. Ilowell In the neat
The Hobbs tamlly who left in tin
early spring tor South Dakota are re
i turning , one by one , three of thetr
hayo already reached Humholdt aw
we have reason to believe that tin
oilier members of the family will re
turn "in the sweet bye und bye. "
The "kid band" which was organized
several weeks ago is said to bo making
rapid progress. It is composed o
fourteen of liumboldt'a young men
und as they are all energetic and en
thusiastic , we have no doubt but wha
they will equal if not surpa ? * Hage
now' * renowned band.
John Dyke , who has been making hi
da lighter , Mrs. N. G. Harness , south
east of town , was stricken with paral
ysis on last Wednesday. Ho lingerec
until Monday .vhcn death relieved hiu
of his sulTerlngs. Ills sons from Ilia
watha , Kan. , itnrt Fahmont , Neb. , bin
been summoned and reached his bed
side before death c.im-i. The funera
services were held Tuesday.
Ira Philips of Tecumseh was a Rule
visitor Thursday last.
John Kanaly transacted business it
St .loo one day last week.
W. M. Vastino shipped a car load o
hogs to St Joe Saturday night of las
Mrs. Bessie Brinegar and littl (
daughter visited in Falls City Satur
Quite a number of our boys attendee
the ball gus'o at Preston Sunday after
F. M. Tinaley transacted buslne8s It
Kansas City last week returning horn *
Mrt. W. J. Cunningham and llttk
daughter were Falls City visitors one
day last week.
Clarence Simon , Joe Horan and Gee
MONEY OFTEN7 LIKS IDLE
awaiting1 oppportunities for invest
ment , but these opportunities do
not come every week , month or
even year. : : : : : : :
IN THE MEANTIME THIS
money should be earning1 some
thing1 ; and it can if you place it
in the : : : : : : : : :
Falls City State Bank
Javis all attended the ball game at
Falls City last week.
John Cavor/ugle Is s-till on the sick
Charlie Ciiverxii'jie vl-ited with his
wrents over Sunday.
Mr. Bartlett and wife of Falls Citv
were visitors here Sunday.
Grant Ocamb visited In Kansas City
several days returning Montiny.
Mrs. Thomas Hayes has boon dan-
lerously sick the past ween , but Is Im-
| ) rovlng.
Ben Gulp bought a car luad of cuttle
in Kansas City which he intends to
feed for the market.
Mr. Yocum and wife of Mound City ,
Missouri , are visiting Rev. Aikman
and wife this week.
J.tM. . Gustalson of Wymore was
looking after the Burlington's Inter-
ets In this city this week.
Bridge Foreman J. W. Jackson and
gang are doing sorao repair work on
bridges in and near Rulothls week.
Ray Hart loft for Kansas Monday
where he will work for Charlie Scott
one of Brown County's prosperous
J. Hull , traveling salesman for the
Sheldon-Clayton Paper Co. , of St Joe ,
was transacting business in Rule last
Joe McVey who has been visiting
his mother here for some time re
turned to his home in Crete onn day
W. W. Chinnock of Falls City was
In Rule Monday and while here he
slipped off and went over the river and
brought back two basket ? of Missouri
Mrs. May Hart and two little sons
departed Saturday on the morning
train for St Joe where she will visit
with her son , Roy and wife for a week
or ten days.
Geo. E. Ward trati-ai'ted business In
Chase county , NTeb. , lat week retun.-
ing home .Saturday. Mr. Ward is in
terested in farming and grazing lands
in Chase county.
Mrs Rich BroiMi am ! childien left
Saturday for Dau-iiu und Verdun
where thev will visit friends [ or st-v
oral di-vs They will then go to Sht-r
idon. U yi mini. , their future home
Wm. Pi lee and family and Frank
Houtz and wife of Falls City held a
basket p cine in the rhude of the big
bridge at tnis place last Sunday and
they certainly did enjoy themselves.
Friend ? to the number of about
twenty gave a surprise partv Saturday
night at the home of C. J. Huber in
honor of Mra Huber's birthday. Re
freshments were served and a good
time in general seemed to be in order.
Curtis Graham returned homo from
the northwestern part of the state Fri
day where lie had been for tlio jw t
three months' . Ourtls has land there
and says he put up 100 tons of line up
land hay as anyone would wish to see.
Ho is thinking of locating tnerc in the
Sprint ; .
L. Shclhoun and wife , two of Rule s
pioneer clti/.cns , departed Monday for
Santii Barbara , Cal They have lived
in Rule for thirty live years , and thure
were none better in sickness. Mr.
Shclhoun served as councilman and a
member of the board of education and
was an honorable and moral citizen.
In lo.ivlng . our city they leave many
warm friends behind them who join in
wishing the change will be beneficial
Could Not be Better.
The unlforn successor Chamberlain's
Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
has won for It a wide reputation and
many people throughout the country
will agree with Mr.Chan. W. Mattlson
of Milford , Va. , who says : "It works
like magic , and is the best preparation
I know of. Itcould'tbo any betler. "
Ho had a serious attack of dysentery ,
and was advised to try a bottle of this
remedy , which ho dh' , with the result
that immediate relief was obtained.
For sale at Kerr.s Drug Store.
Nellie Wagner of Humboldt
visited friends in this city Sun
GEO. SHIELDS , Proprietor
Open Night and Day. Oysters
a Specialty Everything Hot
One block east of Cleveland's Store
Are the things you
you want now
Men's ist quality Hood
Men's 2nd quality Old
Women's ist quality
Women's 2nd quality Old
Colony $1.00 S
Misses ist quality Hood
Children's ist quality
Our Prices and qual
ity are the Best
ONE PRICE TO ALL
G. E. HALL
Thursday , October 19
Eugene Spoft'orcl's Merry
The Show With Action
See the Merry Native Girls
Hear the Whistable Music
5O ISS = ! 5O
Real Music Special Features
Pretty Girls Good Comedy
Pleasing Novelties Smart Fun
Entertainment Good Dancers
Parquet and Dress Circle 75c
SHOUT ORDER HOUSE
Meals at all Times
Oysters and Hot Chile
I.OIIOI.M1 A Sl'EOIAJ.TV
C. V. IIEMDRICKS Proprietor
How to Cure Corn and Bunions.
Firrt , soak the corner bunion in
warm water to softer it ; then pare it
down as closely as possible without
drawing blood and apply Chaberlaln's
Pain Balm twice dally rubblns vigor
ously for five minutes at each applica
tion. A corn plaster should bi worn a
fe * days to protect it from the shoe.
As a general liniment for sprains ,
bruises , lameness and rhumatlsro ,
Pain Halm is unequalc-d. For sale at ,
Keer'ij Drup Store.
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