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TI ] IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE January JSI 1904
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YOUR OWN TOWN
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1)id you ever stop to think
how much you owe to your
- town-for it is as n1uch your
town as any other man's.
, You l11ay think that when you
have paid your taxes and vot-
b , eel at the city ejection you
a , , have done your whole duty.
All the time that you are not
tP , paying taxes or voting , you
Y. owe it to your town to boost
- harder than the knocker can
knock. You want to stop to
think that every time you send
away for a dollars worth of
. , ' foods J \TOU are knocking very
r much against your home town.
! , . : Don do It. Patronize your
: home merchants. Be a boos-
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: ' ' officers
, 'l'he annual cledion of
! of the First National Bank was
held last 'l'uesday. The follow-
ing" officers were chosen : John
, Y. 1IoIt , president tj ; P. H. Jussen ,
vice prcsidcnt ( : John l\forchead : ,
cashier ; Yi11 Uhlig , assistant
cashier. ' .these I officers together
with J. H. des and A. J. , y ca-
: , - yer , constitute the board of di-
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The Democratic Leaders . . i
. The meeting the democratic national committee de-
vclopcd' nothing new in regard to possible candidatcs for thc
. prcsidency and thc leaders appear to bc still at sea as to who \
, . of the haH a dozen mcn that arc talked ot would be the most
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vailablc. Gorman seems to bc somewhat in the lead , with . ,
James Parker of New York a close secOtHl , but it is quite plain ' :
. that thc 1\-Iarytand senator has lost some prestige by his course . - ; I.
in the senate in regard to the Panama treaty , though it is -
possible that he win bc able to recover from this before thc , i
meeting of the national convention next July. The strength
of uc1gc Parker is due wholly to the belief that he can carry .
New York , where he is unquestionably popular as a jurist , l "r i - " '
but without any standing a politician , having had but lit- )
. tIc to do with politics. There docs not appear to be an eager - ,
, . , demand on the part of Empire state democrats for the nomin . . t
ation of Parkcr. A few newspapers have been cndeavoring- . I
to boom him , but as yet the popular response has been by no "
means enthusiastic a11d it cannot now be confidcntly prediGted
. that he will have the delegation from that statc. 11r. Olney
has received thc enlorsement . of thc 1\'Iassachuschs dcmocrats
and it is understood is willing to be a candidate for the nom- .
ination. A great many dcmocrats , however , while admitting
thc ability of : Mr. Olney , are not pleased with his very pro- : ,
nounccd admiration for 1\1r. Cleveland and there is reasons to :
believe that his reference to his former chief in his speech at
the 1\IcClcllan banquet did him no good as a possible presidential - :
. tial can < 1ilatc. It is needless to consider Judge Gray among ;
thc possibilities and the Hearst can < 1idancy is very generally 4 .
rcgarded as a joke , though the chief of the yellow journalists
i\i \ of course docs not so intend it. There is no sort of doubt that
he is very much in earnest and it is intimated that he counts
upon the support of thc Bryan element in the national con- f
Vho will " V. J. Bryan favor for the nomination is likely .
to become a question of comnlanling interest to thc democrats : .i
between now and the assembling of the national convention. ; \l \
lIe has said nothing since his return from Europe which con- '
I veys any intimation of a preference , but it is wen understood ' . .1tf \ :
that neither Gorman nor Olney would bc acceptable to him. , 1
The marked attention that has been shown the Nebraska' '
' leader by eastern dcmocrhts since ' his return shows that he is I
far from being ) olitir.ally ostracized , even in what he once
- \ callcd "the enemy's country , " and indicates that he is still a
force in tlIt. democratic , party.
Now that the place and time for thc assembling of
' - the democratic national convention has been arranged 1 , iL is to (
be expected that the party leaders will give more serious attention - 1
tention to the question of a presidential 1 candidate'hich at ' \
present is as perplexing them as thc question respecting i ' t
thc issues to bc presentcd by thc democracy in the campaig-t : .
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