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1 "September 23 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
t THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
I Published Every Friday at
FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
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p' ' January
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. try 12 , 1904at thc post ofliccat Falls
. . City , Ncb. , undcrthc Act of Congress
( > . ' of March 3 , 1879.
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. H' ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH
" ' . ' . . Telephone No. 226.
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: REPUBLICAN TIOIET.
: , . ' . For President ,
: : > ' , . . 'l'hcodorc Roosevelt , N. Y.
: ' . For Vice President ,
" . ' , . . Chas. W. I"airlmnks ! , lild.
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1"1\ ; . , ' Presidential lectors- _
t1. . " ' P.A. Barton , Pawnee
A. C. Smith , Douglas
: . ' . . . ' \ . . . A. C. Abbott , Dodge
_ tx : } I ; ' . ' . 1\ L Norval , Seward
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: \V.P. Hall , Phelps
r . " , . M A. Brown , Buffalo
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' ' H. H. "Tilson , Lancaster
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"I' ; " J. C. Robinson , Douglas
. " ' , Governor--------------- J. H. Mickey
I Licutcnant Governor n E. G. M'Gilton
: . . " -Sccrctary of State ----A. Galusha
) , Auditor _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ la. M. Scarlc , Jr.
. . ' 'l'reasurcr _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ u Peter Mortcnscn :
" Superintendent _ _ Un J. L. M' ricn
Attorney General _ -----Norris Drown
. . . ' " Land Commissioner------H. M. Eaton
' / , For Congress :
' . " . EI.\1ER J. BURKm'T'r , Lincoln.
' , j For State Senator : , .
. . . E. 1 A. TUCKHR , Humboldt.
. ' " For Members of thc Lcgislature.
, . ( . , ' , ' R. F . GRINSTHAn , Salem
'fiti GHORGH S\IlTII , Dawson
I. . . \V. HOGJunH : : : , Stella
' , . ' For County Attorncy.
. . . . ' W H. MORlW\\ , Shubert
. " , For . Supervisor Dist. No. 1 :
, . . CHRi5 MAnO\\'SJ :
' For Supervisor Dist No. 5 : ' '
' , ' . P. ZOlUJHR.
. ' . For Supervisor Dist. No. 7 :
; , . AUGUS'l' POOH.
' 4 ' , ' THE FIRST VOTER
I There is a number of young
t' men in Nebraska who will this
. year cast their first vote.
It would 'Je well for them to
4 . look about in order that their
. " ) votes be cast intelligently , and
. ' ' 'patriotically. This country has
, . , made wonderful strides in the
. past half century. It has grown
. , . from a nation torn by sectional
stri fe and internercinc war to the
\ . . most powerful nation of the
world. Its continued existence
has ceased to be a debatableques-
" . tion while its position on matters
- of international concern is a s .b-
ject of moment to.cvery civilized
power. It is at once the hope of
the oppressed of every land and
' the fear of every despot who sees
: : ' , in its great progress an indication
r ( I t of a higher civilization which
claims for itself individual opportunity -
portunity unhampered and unre-
. . strained.
All this and much more has
been the result of but fifty years
of national life.
_ ' The part which political parties
. , have taken in this development
should be a subject of inquiry
with ' first voter
. . . .
For the past fifty year : : , the
democratic party has been suc-
cessful in thc election of a Presi-
dent but twice and during
the \ hole of the eight years of
President Cleveland's regime the
republican party has had control !
of one or both branches of COII-
grcss. What democratic measure
, can you name that has advanced
the interest 01 this nation or its
Every enactment political or
social in its nature that has been
instrumental in promoting the
growth of America for fifty years
is the result and tlic work of thc
political 1 organization known as
the republican party. 'l'he war
of the rebellion ; the reconstruction -
tion of the nation , the homestead
act , the resumption of specie
payment ; the protective tariiTthe ;
gold standard ; the 'Treaty of
Paris with its consequent , retention -
tion of the Phi11ipine Islands , the
ownership of Hawaii and Porto
Rico , the scheme of national irrigation - .
gation and the building < of the
Panama Canal' were all accomp-
1ished by the republican party
and all opposed by the democratic
party. These have been the
great factors in American pro-
gress and in them democracy has
had no voice save that of opposi-
tion. To which of these organi-
zations will you belong young
man ? You want to start right.
You want to make the most ot
your right of franchise. How
will you exercise itVith that
party which has done things or
with that party which has op-
posed their doing ?
Every community of any size is
infected at times with traveling
quacls. "Dr , Jones the Phila-
delphia dentist , " and like advertisements -
tiscmcnts are familiar sights.
Ninety-nine out of a hundred of
these fellows are quacks pure and
simple. A physician or dentist
of ability and respectability is not
compelled to chase around the
country to find busincss. If they
are unable to secure patients at
home they are not deserving of
prtronage away from home Of
course there are exceptions to this
rule but very few. Physicians
and dentists are called away from
their home city at times to attend
to patients who desre their ser-
vice and many resident dentists
sometimes have regular nays for
attending to their patients in
other towns of these we do not
speak. \Ve refer to those fellows
who have no office in any city ,
who travel from one place to an-
other and advertise their wonderful -
ful powers for the purpose of
preying on the credulous and dis-
tressed Falls City has some of
the best physicians in the state.
hAre < <
I 0 ,
I 14 your home or barn needs paint-
lug it will pay you to come to us
and buy your paint. \Vc sell the
Bradley & VrOOll1an
And guarantee it for five , years.
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\Ve also carry at all times a complete
stock . , of the newest ; and prettiest designs -
Wall Paper )
And mark it at prices that are sure
to sell it. Call and inspect the new
patterns just in. A full stock of
Drug's , Perfumery , Etc.
. : J' .A. :
[ THE CITY J PH'ARMACY W Ii
, DR. McMILLAN , Prop. .
They arc responsible to public
opinions for their integrity and
ability. 'l'hcy arc not here to-
day and gone tomorrow. They
are a part of its welfare. 't ' hat
they have to compete with a gang
of traveling quacks is to be regretted -
gretted 'l'he people should frown
on such c'nnpetition and refuse to
contribute to the welfare of these
frauds 1'1'0111 nowhere. Depend
upon it , they never have nor will
they ever give you the equivalent
for your money and may be of
lasting injury to you because of
an incompetence which you are
justified in presuming from their
LET WELL ENOUGH ALONE.
Timings have been moving
smoothly for the past eight years ,
haven't they ?
Do you , see the need for a
change ? '
Crops have brought a good
price , interest rates have been
low , business has been steady
and everyone seeking employment
has found it. The balance of
trade has been with this goyern-
ment each year. \Ve carried on
the war with Spain without
floating a single bond or borrow-
ing a penny. Our country is
more powerful than ever before.
Its flag is honored and respected
the world dver. The cOilstru -
tion of the Panama Canal is being
commenced and the dream of
centuries will shortly be an accomplished -
complished fact which will result
in lower grain rates to the sea
board and a resultant increase in
the price of very bushel of Ne-
braslm gr\1in. \
Irrigation under governmental -
al control is established. The
present is peaceful and prosperous
Time future pregnant with greater
things \Ve are really doing
very well , aren't we ? Do YOU see
the need far a change ? 'Vouldn't
it be wise to let well enough
- - -
The necessity of agood er
as county attorney is apparent
to every tax payer in the county.
'l'his office should not be regarded
1ightly It is the most important
in the county save that of pro-
bate judge. It will not do to ex-
periment. Everybody knows \V.
B. Morrow to be a conscientious
and able lawyer , a man of experience -
ence and industry. 't ' hat he will
bl' elected there can be no doubt
because of the necessity for his
election. \Ve have no quarrel
with his opponent , but aside from
every political consideration we
advocate the election of Morrow
upon the grounds of competency
Will I\'Icssrs Gerdes Carpenter
and Lord tell the voters what
they will do if elected with regard
to the question of revenue ? It
will not do to say that they will
favor the repeal of the present
law. Nebraska must have a rev-
enue law. The state with its
various subdivisions cannot be
run without money , money under
our constitution cannot be collected -
eel without taxes and taxes can-
not be levied and collected wIth-
out a revenue law. What measures -
tires gentleman are you in favor
of enacting in the place of a pres-
'ent law ? Take the people into
your confidence and let us know
where you are and what you pro-
pose to do in case of election.
Boys Take Notice. "
'Vunted-100 bushel walnuts
will pay cash.-I Ieck's fee store.