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4 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 16 , 1906
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
Entered as second-class mallei4 at
Kails City , Nebraska , post oflkc , Janu
ary 12 , I'3fl4 , under lite Act of Congress
of'Marcli . * , 187 i.
.Punished cvcrv Friday at Falls City ,
Nebraska , by
The Tribune Publishing Company
E. F. Slmrls ,
One year . . . . . . . -
Six months . . . . - -
Three months . . .
IT HAS BEEN PUT BACK.
Tlie week before the republi
can convention was held in this
county The- Tribune called upon
the party to refuse Mr.
Pollard the delegation from this
county for the reason that he had
accepted money he did not earn.
The closing words of the article
were as follows : "Mr. Pollard is
neither legally nor morally en
titled to this money and he should
put it back. "
The Tribune knew that Mr.
Pollard had enough votes tote
to nominate him when the article
was published , but believing our
position to be rijjht we disre
garded all advice to tfet into the
band wagon and stated what we
then believed and which we still
believe , that is that Mr. Pollard
did not earn the money and he
should not have accepted it.
The position of The Tribune
has been justified by Mr. Pollard
Immediately after election and
after the party has been defend
ing him through the entire cam
paign Mr. Pollard returned the
money to the Seargent at Arms
of the house. His reasons for
doing M ) at this time are stated
in his letter which appears on
another page of this paper.
It looks very much like William
McCray of Stella will have to
Hock by himself on the board.
If'William wants to play even
witli his enemies he will probably
be compelled to do it at his own
expense hereafter. So far it has
cost the tax payers several thou
sand dollars for this reformer to
vent his spleen.
Norris Hrown for senator re
ceived about four hundred ma
jority over Thompson in Nemaha
county , yet all three legislators
who who would have voted for
Brown had thsy been elected
were defeated and the Thompson
legislators elected. Thus will
Nemaha county vote against
Ikown after the majority have
voted for him.
Clovcrner lloch of Kansas had
but few votes to spare in the late
election. To have his majority
of seventy thousand turned into
a plurality of less than fifteen
hundred within two years is
enough to convince the Governor
that the voters of Kansas insist
on an official doing his duty with
reference to law enforcement.
f We have always been in favor
" of tariff revision and are still so
inclined. The principle of a pro-
i tcctive tariff is sacred to the re-
I publican party , but no tariff
| schedule is. Since the last tariff
' law was enacted many commer
cial changes have been made.
I No trust is entitled to the pro
tection of the tariff. Those business -
; ness concerns that are selling
their products in Kusope for less
than they are here are not en
titled to a tariff on their goods.
If they can compete with
, I European stuff abroad they can
! I also compete here and should be
, > compelled to do so. All the talk
1 of standing pat and letting well
enough alone can apply when
the condition cannot de bettered ,
but , when there is room for im
provcment there should be an
end of letting well enough alone
The tariff should be revised bj
the republican party. If changes
are to be made they should be
made so as not to destroy worth ]
institutions as will be done if tin
enemies of the' tariff principl
are to be entrusted with the duty
We hope the President will ii
his message call upon congress t :
revise the tariff.
THE RICH MAN I \ \
He usually gets his start through the
habit of saving. The opportunity is also
yours and we advise you to take advantage - f
tage of it by opening an account with > J
You can start an account with ONIH \
DOLLAR and upwards. It will surprise - ,
prise you how the DOLLARS grow 9
when you save your money systemati
cally. In any event , it's worth trying.
Falls City State
THE FARMERS FRIEND.
No politics in this. It doesn't
concern the men who claim to be
the farmers friend when there is i
something in it for them. It is !
about more gercrous friends. '
kittle friends who have labored
all summer and would like to
labor all winter helping tinfarmi
er and asking in return only the '
right to live. The quails , the I
prairie chickens , the countless ;
birds that are destroying the ,
worms and insects and filling
their little bodies full of the seeds
of weeds are the truest and best' '
friends the farmer has. Soon' '
the hunter and his dog will be
after them hunting them down
in every nook and cornerDon't
let them come on your farm to
kill these little fellows who want i
to live and work for you. You
have the right to protect them so ;
long as they are on your prem
Anyway the defeated candi-i
dates can have a winter of buck
wheat cakes and sausage. That I
isn't so bad.
The rotund bouncer of our con
temporary across the street who
has been trying his little bluff
game on certain members of the
board of supervisors will run up j
against the wrong man some da } ' I
and have all the hot air punched
out of him and that will be his
C5eorgc Sheldon received about
fifteen thousand majority in the
state. The time will come when
every Sheldon man will be very
proud of the man he supported.
The Tribune confidently predicts
the best administration of the
state government under him we
have ever known.
The late Falls City Journal
gave to its readers last week the
news that Cass Jones had been
defeated and Mr. Crush elected.
The Tribune not only told of Mr.
Jones's election but gave the
tabulated vote as well. If you
want all the news all the time
and want it correct try taking
Any how the democrats have a
majority on the board of super
visors. The next board will be
made up of Xocllcrs and Ilinton ,
republican ; Glasser , Stalder ,
Sicmmering , democrats ; and W.
J. McCrav. Falls City News.
We have tendered our advice
several times to these people even
though it has not been received
in the kindly spirit intended , we
are constrained to try again by
suggesting that William and the
Journal bounty jumpers form a
little party of their own in as
much as they are having such
difficulty to get placed elsewhere.
Kolliu Stone lost a valuable
horse this week.
Hon. Cass Jones of Rule was a
Tuesday visitor at this place.
Chas. Strawn of Dawson was
visiting in this city Wednesday.
Mrs. Walter Bemis , of Dawson
is the guest of Mrs. ISmmet
A light snow fell on Tuesday
o ushering in the winter , but it re-
maincd only over night.
Tin- Kensington of the 1 loyal Neighj
bore met with Mrs. Ed. Davis , aturj
day afternoon. Embroidery and music
wore tlio main features , when late In
the afternoon a lovely lunch was served
and shortly after thu members returned
to their homes feeling that they had
spent the afternoon very pleasantly.
J-'IT Gilbert ha * moved to town.
They occupy the house of Mr. .londrow ,
loft vacant by Phil lloran.
Several ol our young people went to
Falls City Wednesday night to see
"Over Niagara Falls "
L. n. fllnkle of Fortlsoue. was a Hu
lo visitor Saturday.
Ellas Pocket' , whus been working for
thu Union Terminal , at St. Joseph for
the past three month ? , has returned
homo for the winter.
Miss Agnes Sohrader was u Falls
City visitor Saturday afternoon.
Grace Harding won the neeklaeo for
the most popular lady at the show
Ceell and Uuth Kanaly and Law-
renee Murphy attended "My Wife's
Family , " .u Falls City Monday night-
Mrs. Clark Ryan spent Thursday in
Hrldpe Foreman Frederick and men
have been repairing the pump house , j
stairs and bridge here this week ,
.1. Polk , of Kansas City was a Rule
Frank Kleekinger of Rush Bottom
was in town Saturday.
Mr ? . N. A. Commode has been suller-
Ing from an abscess on her left arm the' '
Mrs. James Ilallcr is visiting In
Salem this week.
C. H. Celoy visited at Highland Sta
tion Saturday night.
.lames Hush of Ilubbel w : , a Rule
visitor last Sunday.
A now platform has been put in at
the east end ot the depot this week.
.Urn Lorando returned last week
from the 13ig Horn JJasin where he
wont to work three weeks ago. i
The advance agent for the Curtis
Dramatic Co. , was in town Tuesday. '
Sam Randolph returned home las >
week from Dakota where he has been
j for some time.
I Grace Harding is a Sulem vlsl'or
Mrs. Joseph McDonald Is visiting
her father In the western part of the
Lee McVey wa * a st. .loo visitor last
j Tuesday morning Fred Stinhaur's
i house was dlcovered to be on lire but
as thu lire had not gained much head
way , prompt action saved it , only the
kitchen roof being slightly damaged.
Mrs. Mann departed Tuesday for her
home after a visit to her son at that
Win. Dorsto received a message
from St. Joseph Tuesday saying his
father was dcud , he wont to St. Joseph
Tuesday night and brought the re.
mains hero Wednesday.
Chas. Frederick departed for Dakota
Guy Hart has been sick for some
Frank Dif and wife are rejoicing
over a baby girl.
Thomas Kanaly ot Preston was a
Rule visitor the last of last week.
Claude Yoeum and wife of Craig
Tlslted friends In Rule Monday after
Mr. Ratckin an old resident of this
place died Tuesday morning of heart
Chester T. Uphouse , Mound City , . . .24
Julia Rosnic , Forest City , IS
Noah Vclvick , Uumboldt 2.1
Lucy Fairbanks , Dawson ,25
George E. Hall Falls City IJC
Jesslo L. Barry , Falls City .11
William M. Boatman. Nemaha 70
Elizabeth Allenbaugh , Falls City. . . 11
YOU WILLW/N / OUT
G TffiOE OUT IF YOU GO
THE RIGHT PLACE Tt > BUY
YOUR SWEATERS AMD OTHER
wARn THINGS T WEARTOTHE
Tbcrr © ALL GftMt.
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( WHETHER YOU Go To THE FOOTBALL 6AME OR
! NOT YOU WILL NEED WARM THINGS To WEAR
I THI-5 WINTER. WINTER 1-5 THE TIME WHEN
j YOU MU-5T WEAR CLoTHE-5. BY CLOTHED WE
> MEAN WHAT YOU WEAR HOSIERY , UNDER
j WEAR , RIB&ON-5 , LACE-5 , COR-5ET-5 , A.S WELL
i AS5UITS AND CLOAKS. WHEN YOU GET
) CLOTHED YOU MIGHT A-5 WELL GET THE RI6HT i
KIND MADE OF RIGHT MATERIALS BY THE
RIGHT WORKMEN. THEN YOU WILL GET
QUALITY AND -5TYLE. IT 1,5 BU,5INE,5,5 FOR
17,5 TO LOOK OUT FOR THE-5E THING-5 FOR YOU
WE CANNOT HERE TELL YOU OF ALL WE HAVE
BUT FOR YOUR .SPECIAL CONSIDERATION WE
WOUND HAVE YOU EXAMINE AT OUR -5TORE
THE FOLLOWING : LADIE-5 ALL WOOL SWEAT
ERS FROMJ TO TO $3. WE AL-50 WI-5H To
CALL YOUR ATTENTION To OUR FALL AND
WINTER OPENING -5ALE THAT BEGIN-5 SATUR
DAY , NOV. 17. IT WILL PAY YOU To GIVE
THIS YOUR CONSIDERATION. YOU WILL WIN
IN ANY GAME YOU PLAY IF YOU WEAR
CLOTHES YOU GET FROM US.
NEBRAKAY SAMUEL WAHL
C"nTc ! : c'ne
Do not risk having
Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bright's Disease
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes
For Sale by all DRUGGISTS
A series of revival meetings
will be inaugurated at the
Brethren church next Sunday
The subject for the first week
will be : "A Week with the
Lord's Prayer. " Rev. Teeter
will preach upon the following
Sunday morning , "lutroduc-
Sunday evening , "Our Fath
Monday evening. "Hallowed
be Thy Name. "
Tuesday evening , "Thy Kingdom -
dom Come. "
Wednesday evening , "Thy
Will be Done. "
Thursday evening , "Our Daily
Friday evening , "As we For
Saturday evening , ' -Deliver
us from Evil. "
The entire public is invited
to attend these services. Rich
and poor are welcome.
Miss Ola Wolfe , of Hiawatha ,
is visiting at the home of Frank ,
Wolfe and wife , in this city.
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i Fell From Ladder.
i T. J. Gist sustained painful in- i
| juries from a fall last Saturday i ;
1 morning. Mr. Gist was on the
top ofan eight foot step ladder
' when it broke , throwing him to
the lloor. The shock of the fall
caused a prostration which was
at first difficult to overcome with
restoratives. A badly sprained
back has kept him in bed since
the accident , but he is now on
the road to recovery.
SEE THAT FLUE ?
It's new and different from
any other. Made only in the
Cold air is drawn up from the
floor through the flue and dis
charged at the top of the stove
It has all the radiating sur
face other stoves have , and
heats by circulation as well.
This means greater heating
power , and rsa
SAVES ONE-THIRD IN FUEL I
It also means no cold floors ,
no cold corners or dead air
spaces , but even temperature
throughout the room. Every stove is a double heater of great power. : : = :
Come In and examine them. Get a copy ol our Booklet , "A Novel Race. " It's free.
J. C. TANNER
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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
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LOOK ! it-
LOOK ! it
Have you tried the *
CITY MEAT MARKET it it #
Under new management. We will carry at
all times a full stock of the best of everything
in our line. High Standard Quality is our
Motto. Our methods are bound to please
you. 'Phone 3. Yours for Business ,
"s " A. E. SCHMIDT.
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