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November 4 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
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Published . ) ; very Friday at
hALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
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. .L. ; r 1'lnBUNE PUBLISHING CO.
Bnterccl as secoI1l1.c1ass maHer , Janu-
ary 12. 190-lat the post ofliceat Falls
City , Neb. , unclct' the Act of Congress
of March 3 , 1879.
w : ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH
'rc1ephonc No. 22 ( ) .
W. H. Morrow is a successful
lawycr. Jamcs never had a casein
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in his lifc. Don't expcrimcnt.
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, ' The official ballot is nearly
five feet long. Save time by
making your x at thc top and
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vote a straight republican ticket.
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Mr. James , the democratic
, candidate for county attorney
has lit ' ecl in this county just four
. . . . months. Do you want a non-
; . . . resident for . county attorney ?
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Every voter must say Bryan or
Burkctt whcn hc votes thc legislative -
lative ticket. Every democratic
candidate will vote for Bryan-
every republican will vote for
- ; , ' B rkctt. Vhich do you want 7
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'rhe Falls City News devoted
two columns to abusing Burkctt
last wcek. 'hc democratic party
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is talking revenue law to deceive
republican \ rot.rVhat : i t wants
, is to defeat Butkett. Will you
' be fooled ?
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Next th the probate Judge , the
S county attorney is the most i11l-
portant officer in the county. Do
I ' you want to employ a man to take
charge of thc legal affairs of thIS
J . county who has never been em-
" . p10yed by a private indidiTual in
1 his life. If a man has not suilic-
. cntability or experience to repre-
I. jj sent one man in a law suit , has
hc sufficient ability and expcrience.
- to represent thcinterestof twenty
\ thousand ? Vote for Morrow.
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I. 1 The county attorneys office
I 1 should bc taken out of politics.
The tax payers arc in tee great
danger of incompctcncy under
the present system. Of course
Morrow will bc elected , but thc
danger of having a man elected
who is totally without experience
. in the law is of too great impor-
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I tauce to be continued. \Ve be-
lieve that it every ta : : payer real-
ized the importance of this office
and knew fully of the compara-
tivc merits of thc two.candidatcs
that Morrow would receive every
vote in the county.
-f " ' ' "d'i'khing (1- : ; ;
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. Miller farm is at the owners ex-
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pense with no thought of asking
I , thc county to help defray the ex-
pcnse. If every property owner
would do this there would bc no
need of sending Mr. Grinstead to
the legislature to have a law en-
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acted whereby all the people
. . would 'I bc compelled . to contribute
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to a privatc cntcrprisc"-l
City Ncws.
'l'hc man who wrote thc above
knows his statement is fa1sc. No
law could be passed under our
constitution which would pcrmit
thc bottom land owners to improve -
prove their land at thc expense
of othcrs. 'rhe bill Mr. Grinstcad
has in mind will put every dollar
of the cost on thc land which is
bcnefitcd. Not one cent on any
one cIse. Mr. Elliot , thc govern-
ment expert 011 drainage stated
the whole expense would bc paid
by the bottom land owners , and
that the Neinaha river could bc
ditched so it would never O\'Cl'-
How again and thc whole cost
could be paid by the first years
crop from bottom lanel.
If you see itin the News during
a political campaign , depend up-
0 : . it , its not truc.
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'rhe republican county candi-
dates have made the most extensive -
sivc and successful campaign this
year that has ever been made in
the county. The result of it will
be seen Nov. 9th , when the
lowest man will have not less
than three hundred majority.
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'rhe News correspondent from
Shubert who signs himself "re-
publican , " had another attack
last wcek. In his latest effusion
he speaks of having a brain. \Vc"
thought we knew who this fellow
was , but if hc is correct on thc
brain assertion , wc are mis-
taken in the man.
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Do you have any ' objcction to
thc owners of bottom land improving -
proving their farms , if it docsn't
cost you anything ? 'l'hey have
lost the use of their properties
for three ycars. They can make
them again fertile and producing
farms without its costing you it
pen n y. Do you wan t to prcvcnt
this Arc you as mean as all
that ?
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Speaking of a "dyingncwspa -
per , " have you noticed the list of
new subscribers The Tribune has
bcen publishing ? 'Vc have increased -
creased at the rate of 23 a week
and have again this week been
compelled to increase our paper
order. The increase in our circulation -
culation has been greater in thc
past three months than the com-
bined increase of the other local
papers in six months. Now is
the time to subscribc.
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This is i the last ' issue of Thc
Tribune before election and wc
can assure the patrons of this
paper that there will bc achcived
this fall thc most remarkable
victory . for the republican . party
that the state hag ever witncssed.
Roosevelt will carry Nebraska
hy at least fifty thousand ; the
state ticket will be elected by an
unprecedented majority and the
county ticket will not have less
than three hundred majority.
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Falls City
. State Bank
" ' Falls City
Nebraska
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ITH this issue of Thc Tribune
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_ the State Bank assumes the
. editorship of this space.
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It I has no bargain .counter" to advertise -
vertise , but will pllbIish each week ,
short , spicy essays on such banking
topics as will be of interest to its
many readers.
The suggestions will be hclpful-
the information valuable.
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E. ' 1' . Cooper travelling' representative -
sentative of the Frisco System , is ;
at present in our city working in
intest of that compan 1\1' Coo-
per will sleucl a week or ten days
herc.
Sec \Val1t1er for tablcts.
Hess Stock food good for every
animal. Price only $5.00 per hun-
drcd. Why pay more ? For
sale at A. G. Wanncr's.
New cider mill at thc creamery
building , four blocks north of thc
Douglas mil1.
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The 1Je.st M attre.s-.s-
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For health and comfort is a Felt 'Mattress. Every-
; body knows it . hence the extortionate prices asked
in every magazine you reacl.
But if they only knew that this $8. 50 Sanitary
_ Felt Tvlattress is positively unexcelled in . any point
they would have no other.
I t's made from guaranteed corded sanitary felt
by the largest mantlfacturer in Cincinnatti , Ohio , the
great cotton market town. It weighs 45 pounds , will
not absorb moisture will make over like a hair mat-
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tress and is as soft as down.
A Flowery lied of Ea..re.
Not half the people who read this add have a
bed worth sleeping on , yet they spend every week
for foolish things more than the price of a good bed.
You spend one-third your time there. Why deprive
yourself unconsciously one moment of comfort by
sleeping on a poor bed when so great a portion of
your life is spent in that way. Of all friends a mattress - ;
o tress is the most personal. See to it that it is cleanly ,
sanitary and comfortable.
'Rea-tJi-s . Abbey .
Falls City NebraJ1a
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