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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 14 , 1906
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUN1
Entered as sccoml-clnss matter ;
Falls City , Xcbra.ska , post onlcc , Jan
ary 12 , l'-HU , under the Act of Con ri"
jf'March 3 , 187' ) .
Published every Friday at Falls Clt
Xclirnskn , by
The Triluinc Publishing Compivrn
K , F. Slmrts , Manager
One Year. . . - Sl. <
Six n'onths - -
Tltrcc mouths "
The ( ollowlnn proposed nmcnitment I
the toiiMltiillon of the Male of Ncbrn.nki
n % hereinafter : scl tortli In full , is sill
mlllcU to the electors nl the Slnlcof N <
brn Ka , In be voted upon lit the iicncri
election to be held TucsUnv , November (
A. D. . 11)011. )
III. IT12.SACTM ) llTill. . Ll.Olsl.ATfKIt Ol TH
STATIS or Xi.ii-ASK \ :
Section 1. That .it tinui'ncral t lection It
State and LP lclatl\e officers to lx > held on tl
Tuesday , succeodlnu tin1 lir l Monday I
XoxemlM-r. l"0d , the follow liiir pro\lslon t
propo od and Hiilimlltcd in the rlectorH of ill
Mati'ns an anuMidtnent lethe constitution.
i Section 2. There shall l > e a Stale Kallwa
Commission , consUlluu of llnoe memliorH.lwli
shall lie llrnt elected t HIP itener.il cleetlon I
l"0o , w how term of ollice , except those chose
, at the llrst election under this provision. HI\
IH-I | X yenru , and whose compensation Khali 1
fixed liy the Leulslatnre.
Of thu tliri'icominlHNlnner * llrst elected , Hi
oiie receiving the hluhent nninlH-r of xnle' '
shall hold hit ollice for Hears | , the i ei
hlchent fogr je.irs , and the lowest 'woeir'
The powers and dnlies of such commlsHloiisli.i
include the leuul.illon of r.it- , * cr\lce an
ucneral contiol of common cairlers astheleul' '
laturo m.u pio\ldo by law. Hut In the ahsenc
of specific leKlsl.itlon , thu commission xhal
I'xerelsn tint powetH and perform the dutlc
enninerated In this provlHlon.
Section . That at K.ild election lntho\ea
I'lVi , on HID hallot of each elector \otlnu then
at , there Hhall lie printed or written tlie void *
'Tor Constitution Amendment , with referenc
to Male Hallway Commission" And "Attain1
Constitutional Amendment , With Keferenco I
State Kallway Commission. " And If , a majoi
\ Ityofnllotes cast at Maid election , shall li
, for Mich amendment , the name Hhall lie deeme
f to tie adopted.
V L A. ( ialush.i.M'cretary nf Htatuof thnHt.il
? o ( Xehraska , do hereto certify that the fort
5 ; irolnir proposed amendment to the CoiiHtllutlo
j of the State of Nebraska Is .t true and cm ret
* * copy of this original enrolled and enitrosse
Mil , as passed hv the Twcnlllnlh | session i
the leulslature of the Sl.Uo of N'ehraska , .
apliearitfromhnldoiiuln.il till ! on Ille In th
ollice , and that xald proposed amendment
submitted to the iiiiallliedoters of th Kt.H
of Xi'hr\sl < .i for their adoption oi lejectlon.
the general election to l > held on Tlu'f.cla.\ .
dill d.u of Xo\emliei , A. 1) . I'lHi.
In li'silnuMi.s whereof , 1 haM'heieuutoset m
hand and alh\ed thuuieat seal of thu stale i
Done at Lincoln this tth dav of Jul > , in tl
icar of our Lord One Thousand Nine llundii
and Slv , of the Independence of the UnlU
States thu One llundieil and Thlrtj RUCOII
and of tills state the I'ortleth.
A f.ALlISllA ,
lsi.\i.l Secietaiy of Slate.
For United States Senator :
NOKKIS BHOWN , of Buffalo.
For Governor :
CiiiOKOi : L. Sniu.noN. of Cass.
For Lieutenant Governor :
M. R. Hoi'KWUu.1 of Burl.
For Railroad Commissioners :
II. J. WINNKTT , of Lancaster ,
RonuuT COWKI.I , , of Douglas ,
A. J. WILLIAMS , of Pierce.
For Secretary of State :
GitOKOtt JUNKIN , of Gospcr.
For Auditor :
Eu. M. SHAKI.KI JK. , of Keith
For Supt. Public Instruction :
JASPKK L. M'BuiKN' , of Fillmor
For Treasurer :
LAVY.SON G. BKIAN , of BOONH.
For Attorney General :
W.M. T. TiiOMi'Sox , of Merricl
For Land Commissioner :
HKNKV M. EATON , of Dodge.
For Congressman , 1st District :
EKXUST M. POLLAKU of Cass
For District Judge
JOHN B. RAP1CR
W. II. WILSON
For County Attorney :
For Representatives :
J. F. SHUUICKT
The vinegar factory is in fu
blast. Now for the next ente
John Wiltse is making friem
wherever he goes. His quali
cations of the office are admitt
by all and his ability and d
termination to make an able a :
fearless prosecutor are makii
him votes every day.
At the end of a hard da
work , weary with labor , Edwa
Rosewater , in the full possessl
of his great faculties , started
the long , long journey. Can y
think of a better way to die ?
your Pennies !
Are Looking After the DOLLARS
If we looked after the PENNIES and small
change as closely and persistently as the
Trusts and Grafters look after our Dollars
the chances are many of us would succeed
in accumulating- little for ourselves. A
splendid way to do a little "accumulating" is
by depositing a part of our earnings each
week , in the bank. Small savings lead to
Falls City State BanK.
The Tribune will soon coin-
ncnce : i corking good serial story
or the winters reading. We ; ire
earching the tnnrkets for a good
me , the names of which will be
nnounced in the near future.
The remarkable revelations oi
) avid Abbott in this paper art
notigh to make one stop and
hort and wonder if there are nol
ihilosophy. The subject matter
if the article is startling and the
tylc in which it is written is uti-
isuallj1 clear and beautiful.
Goverment ownership of rail-
oads is one of the many rocks'
tpon which MrBryan's Presi-
lential ship will founder. In
tend of becoming more conser-
alive the Madison square speed :
hews the distinguished Nc >
jraskan to be more radical thai :
In another column will be
bund the articles of incorponi'
ion of the John Gilligan com *
> any. The business of this conv
> atiy has reached the stage there
nlargeincnt is required. The
Tribune recounts the remarkable
success of this concern with grcal
The nomination of Urown a in
Sheldon futnishcd an unanswer
ible proof of the pure intention !
if the republican party. Thes <
young men stand upon no unccr
ain platform. Their intention !
lave been proclaimed in main
niblic gatherings and no OIK
leed be in doubt as to what the }
will do when elected.
The News says everything ii
the republican party is for thosi
things for which men like Browi
and Sheldon are fearlessly fight
ing. It is a new deal and ;
square one. The day whci
Brown and Sheldon were nomi
natcd was the day when specia
privileges were discarded by th
party once and for all time.
Governor Mickey , who , as th
executive of the state , tried t
make a speech of welcome 01
Mr. Bryan's return , has probabl
learned a lesson The ill-man
nered and brutal reception he go
from the crowd will probabl.
caused him to hereatter side ste
these non-partisan demonstra
tions got up by our friends th
The republican party is th
luckiest party on earth. All i
has to do is to pursue the eve
tenor of its way and depend o
the other fellow to make the mis
takes. If Bryan loses cast
in the next two years as h
has in the past three weeks hi
name will not be brought befor
the democratic convention. I
we ever knew a man who resen
bles the parrot , Bryan is it.
District attorney Jerome c
New York must have read th
issue of this paper that declare
the future of the country depeiu
ed more upon the charater of th
men in office than it did upo
political platforms. In a speec
made in Albany this week Mi
Jerome said : ' "What we want i
men and not measures. We hav
little faith in new laws whil
there is not honesty and capacit
enough in public servants t
work the old. "
Mr. Bryan is pleading with the
nation to stand b } * the President
by voting for democratic con
gressmen. The Peerless is noth
ing if not amusing.
In the death of I'M ward Rosewater -
water Nebraska has lost one of
its most distinctive and useful
citizens. During all of his life
he has been a man who has ac
complished things. His zeal and
efforts were untiring and the re
sults of his labor have done much
to advance the welfare of tli2
state and its people. Nebraska
could ill afford to lose such a citi-
x.en , and his death will be taken
as a personal loss by those who
have the best interest of the com
monwealth at heart.
There will will be a series of
protracted meetings at the Evan
gelical church commencing
Thursday evening September 13
at 8 p. m. These meetings will
be under the leadership of A.
Brunner , presiding elder from
Ilolton , Kansas. The following
brothers will assist him ; A. Rode-
wald of Parnell , Kan. , R. Nan-
tiinga of Preston and 1C. Schmidli
of St. Joseph. Sunday service
will be held at the Baptist church
18:30 : a. m. , English service 2:30 :
p. in. evening service ( > :45. All
are cordially invited.
Rnv. MANSIIAKDT , Pastor.
New Millinery Store.
Mrs. II. 0 Raker has opened
a new millinery store in the
building just south of the Chas.
M. Wilson grocery store and
will have her opening days today -
; day and tomorrow. The rooms
have been remodelled and have
an excellent appearance. Mrs.
Haper has secured an entirely
new stock of goods of the latest
to be secured on the market and
a call at her store will assure
! one of its merits.
A Seventy-five Thousand Dollar
The past week II. C. Smith of
this city closed a deal with Fred
\Yittwer for a ranch containing
3100 acres near Cotsiield , Nebr.
With this ranch Mr. Wittwcr be
comes the owner of 500 head of
hogs , 20 head of horses , and all
necessary machinery for running
the ranch. At the time the deal
was closed there were more than
1000 tons of hay stacked upon
the placewhich was also included
in the sale.
With Mr , Wittwer's nine sons
and five daughters he is certain
ly in line for a successful man
agement of this large tract. In
an early day he walked to old
Richardson county and by indus
try and frugal management hat
accumulated a large portion ol
this worlds goods , owning at this
time over 1200 acres in this
county. He has taken immediate
possession of the new purchase
and the family will look after the
affairs of both places.
This is one of the largest land
deals that has been consumatet
in this county for a number oi
years and Mr. Smith was bus
ily engaged for nearly two day ;
in making the transfer and exam
CURES catarrh of the stomach.
THAT WHEN VE : DONTMEED
ANYTHING ELSE IN
WE NEED QLOVESGLoVZS
MAKE A PERSON LOOK AND
FEEL SO MUCH MORE COMFORTABLE
YOU KNOWTHAT OLD (7LOVES
LOOK 5rtiDiT WELL DRESSED
Lirar TH IN GS.
t OPVPtfMT tQflf IWfMC ffuiTgRBftOWM CO. CHICAGO
MANY LADIE-5 CAN AFFORD THE LITTLE LUX
URIES OF DRE.5,5 BUT ARE REALLY Too CARE
LE.5-5 To GET THEM. A 6ooD PAIR OF GLoVE-5
NOT ONLY KEEP-5 THE FRO.ST OFF OF YOUR
FIN6ERS BUT HELP YOUR APPEARANCE. OLD
GLoVE-5 DETRACT FRoM A STYLISH DRESS.
A FRAYED NECKTIE , A WoRNoUT COLLAR ,
OVERWORKED HANDKEPCHIEFS , RIBBONS ,
rc.r LACES , HOSE , TAKE AWAY FRoM THE 6ooD
IMPRESSION YOUR NICE CLoAK MAKES. MAY
WE NOT CALL YOUR ATTENTION To SOME OF
THE LITTLE THINGS YOU NEED ?
MEN'S DRIVING GLOVES FOR 50C A PAIR
MEN'S FALL NECKTIES FOR 50C EACH
HARDKERCHIEFS FOR 25C EACH
MEN'S HOSE FOR JOC , \ 5C AND 25C A PAIR
Do YOU OVERLOOK THE SPICES IN YOUR PUD
DING ? THEN DON'T OVERLOOK THE "SPICES"
TO YOUR TOILET.
NEBRASKA SAMUEL WAHL
The lollowing notice from the
Iluntington , Indiana paper will
be of interest to many people
in this city as the bride is well
known to Falls City folks , the
family having only recently re
moved to Indiana. Miss Price
was quite popular in our social
circles being1 a general favorite
with all her acquaintances and
friends , and we join with them
in wishing the young couple all
This evening1 August 25th , at
Kokomo , Rev. J. Wise , formerly
Evangelical pastor in this city ,
will officiate at the wedding1 ol
Pearl C. Chenoweth and Miss
Lulu Price , young people from
this city granted a marriage
license today. Mr. Chenoweth
is the son of Lander Chenoweth
and is employed at the shoe
factory. Miss Price is the
daughter of W. 0. Price. As
Mr. .ind Mrs. Chenoweth they
will return to this city this eve
ning and make their home.
Miss Erma Price , a sister of the
bride , accompanied the couple
on the trip and will visit at the
Wise home a week.
Fire at Drug Store.
There was quite an exciting
time at the Wanner drug store
Monday morning , when a barrel
of asphaltum exploded , caused by
the ignition of the vapor. The
force of the explosion blew Bert
Parrish half way across the cel
lar and amongst a lot of boxes.
Prompt action and the efficient
use of a chemical fire extinguish
er was the only thing that saved
the building and its contents.
Owing to the large quantities
of oils , turpentine , dry board
boxes and other inflamable ma
terial in the building , a fire there
would be disastrous to that en
tire business block. This again
exemplifies the great necessity in
Falls City for chemical fire ex
Rowland & Clifford will offer
at the Gehling , Wednesday , Sept
19 , an attraction which has the
reputation of being the best He
brew play on the American stage
today. James Kyrle MncCurdy ,
starring in " The Old Clothes
Man , " a play from his own pen ,
makes the clothes vendor , Solo
mon Levi , a character study of
great merit. All the buffoonerv
and ridicule are absent , and the
old Hebrew is a touching and pa
thetic figure , whose ready humor
and ability to see the bright side
of the darkest situation win him
the love and respect of all. The
supporting company is strong ,
proper scenic effects are carried ,
and the play gives universal satis
- * *
The M. E. Kensington were
entertained by the Misses Etta
Riechers , Mabel Lyford , Emma
Schaible and Mrs. W. A. Green-
wald at the home of the former
on Wednesday afternoon. With
these ladies as hostesses , all the
guests enjoyed a very pleasant
afternoon. Refreshments were
served. Next meeting to be held
Sept. 26 , by request , at Mrs. Jake
On September 10th the Evan-
angelical Lutheran congrega
tion in Ohio township , six miles
northwest of town will cele
brate its annual mission festi
val. Rev. Engelbrecht , the
pastorwill occupy the pulpit at
10 o'clock a. m.
Rev. W. Jung of Louisville ,
Nebr. , will preach the mission
sermon m the afternoon at 230
o'clock. A cordial invitation
is extended to all.
O. H. ExanujRECHT ,
A. L. Orindoriff of Canton ,
Illinois is visiting with friends
and relatives in this city.
CURES catarrh of the stomach.
Wednesday , 19th , One Night
ROWLAND & CLIFFORD
Submit the well-known
Mr. James Kyrle MacCurdy
Lots Of Specialties Popular Music
Pathos and Conu-ilj
Besides the Clever Boxers
Danny Dougherty and Kid Sharkey
They lend Realism to the Ex
hibition in the Arena Scene in
the Last Act.
Boxing Exhibition Perfectly
Proper for Lady audience.
Prices 500 and 350.
The Hoselton and Butterfield
horse sales this week were well
attended and the bidding- very
spirited. The stock brought
good prices throughout. When
two year old teams bring $225
as they did at these snles , it
naturally incites the inquiry
why not raise horses instead of