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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 12 , 1906
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
Entered as second-class matter at
Kails City , Nebraska , post office , Janu
ary 12 , 1W4 , under the Act of Congress
of'March 3. 1870.
Published every Kriday at Falls City ,
Nebraska , by
The Tribune Publishing Company
E. K. Slmrls ,
One year - $1K < >
Six n'onths . - f > 0
Three months 35
I tic lollowlnil proposed iimciulincnl to
Hit lonstlltillon of the Slate of Nclirn.ihn ,
ns licrclnodcr set forth lit full , is sub-
nilllcil In the electors of the .Stole of Nc.
brA.thu , to be voted upon nt the ucncrnl
clrt linn lobe ticld Tucsiluv. November 0 ,
A. D. , I ! ( .
Hi IT KNACTI.D nTill. . t.i.oisiTIKI > < \ < TIII
STVTI. or NIIIK.\SK.\ :
siviinii l. Tli.it at llio Kt-iii-r.il rli-clion for
suitami 1.1-eMathi' nnicerx to IKliflil on tin-
Ttii-Mlay. Hiiccmllnir the llrit Moml.i ) in
NoM-inln-r , 1'Klii , tinfolliwlilir iirorltion 1 -
iir iiiKi-d | and Kiibnillli'd to tin1 i1itnr of HIP
M.nr an ; ui nmi'MilniiMit totlio tfniiMlliilliiii.
Section 2. Tlu-rr li.iltlN n StallK.illu.iv
I "iimiUMoii.i'iiMHlsllinr of tliniiminlirrK , ( who
-halt IKflrnt i-tt-ctril .It thu itt'Mi-ral rh-i-tlon III
I'Wi. ' lie o term of tillfrctxtvpt tlnwichosin
at tin- Hint rlectUm inulor thl proxlHloii , shall
N- MMnro , mid ulio r ootilw-ii | alic > M HI.I | | | In-
tiM-tt hvthiI.celHlntnrt - .
f HID commUtiloiK-'rH Urm rlrcti'il , tin-
. 'iir ri'ci'ivlitir tinhlRlicMt niitnlHT tntri ,
vhnll Imld III * ofllci- fur * K jcni" . tlir m-xl
liifln'M four yi-nr , and tin' lo i- t l o jt-ars.
The IIOXMTH and iliillrs of mioli com mission shall
mclmlr the -i.'iil.itliiii of rntm , PI \lii < ami
Ki'iiftal control < if common carrU'is : iHtlu-li'Ki -
l.lturo may | iro\Ulr by lau. lint In the a1 > oiici-
of f-prrlllo Ic'trUl.itioti , tin- commission Hhnll
exercise tinpoucrx and lu-rform the duties
emnner.lted In tills iiimlslon.
* -tfllini .1. Th.lt al Maid elcctliin In the ji-.ir
t'lVi. on the ballot ofc.ic.lt ilictoiollnirtliiri - -
at , tlicii-Nli.itl Ixpi lined or urltten the \vnnlx :
" 1'or ConMUiilInn Aineiidincnt , ultli n-fi-ionci-
to Stale Kalhvay L'oiuinlhslon" And "Airainit
Constitutional Anii'iidiiieitlVllh Knfemice. In
Slati- Hallway Commission. " And If , a m.ijtir-
ity < ifnlloto cant at n.\ld election , Nh.ill IK-
( or Midi .iinondmcnl. the sanii * Hhnll deemed
In IHadopted. .
I. A. dalit-tha , t-ecrelarj of stale of the- state
of Nuhr.mlt.i , do hereli ) CiMtlfy that the fore
lumtt ; l > iox > ril aniendiiient to the C'liiiHtltntltin
of the Slate nf Ni-tiraikn Is a ( me and ooriecl
copy of the orlk'lnat eniollcd and ruitroHxt-il
liill. as passed liy Ihe Tui'iitj-nliuli session uf
the li-KlHlalnri- the Stale o ( Nebraska , as
apprari. fiiini salil orlirlitnl hill on Hie. In this
office , ami that t-nld proposed amendment l * <
MilmiUU-d In tiniinallllcd utters of tin-Male
of XfhrasU.i fur their .idopllon or lejectlonal
llif ucm-ral i-K't-llon to Inliclil on Tuesday the
lith day of No\enil > er , A. D. I'Wii.
In ti'Mlnmtn thereof , 1 haheieunlo set my
hand and allixed tinirre.il seal of the state of
Diine.it Lincoln HiU JUM i\ > of Jnh , in tliu
ii-.ir uf our Lord Or.tr Thoa-anil N'mliunilriil
ami Six. . > f the Independence of the United
Slates the Our llundied and Tlilils second ,
and of this state the Toi ileth.
ileth.A. . (1AUTSIIA.
'si.Ai.1 Scoielary of Sl.ue.
For United States Senator :
NOKKIS UKOVVN , of ItufTalo.
For Governor :
Gi-oKOi ; ; L. Snivi.noN. of Cass.
For Uientcnant Governor :
M. K. HOIMCWKM. , of Uurt.
For Railroad Coininissioners :
II. J. WINNKTT , of Lancaster ,
ROHHKT Coxviu.u , of Douglas ,
A. J. WII.UAMS , of Pierce.
For Secretary of State :
GI-OKOJ ; JUNKIN , of Gosjer.
For Auditor :
Ho. M. SUAKUJ , JK. , of Keith.
For Snpt. 1'nblic Instruction :
JASI-HK L. M'HKIKN , of Fillmore.
For Treasurer :
LAWSON G. Bin AX , of HOONK.
For Attorney General :
WM. T. TiioMrsox , of Merrick
For Land Commissioner :
HiSN'KY M. 1-iATOx , of Dodfie.
For Congressman , 1st District :
KKNKST M. POI.I.AKD of Cass
For District Judge
JOHN B. KAPI3R
Senator * !
W. II. WILSON
For County Attorney :
For Kcpresentatives :
CASS JON us
J. F. SHUIIKKT
A i. HURT STAUDISK
District No. 1
District No. 3
C. W. ATWOOD
District No. 5
CHAKI.KS F. XOHM.HK
District No. 7
C. B. SNVDKK
If the reformed spelling fat
Strikes the name of the demo
cratic candidate for Governor o
New York it will make i
One of the most effectual
ways of increasing your world
ly stores , is to open an ac
count with this Hank.
Worldly Suppose you drop in and
let us talk it over with you.
You can commence with a
Fall * City
YOU OR THE OTHEK FELLOW
Ordinarily the business inter
csts of the state pursue their
avocations amicably. But a con
dition extraordinary is present.
Not many years since party
lines were all sufficient to control
the votes of electors , but that day
has gone by.
The people have been educated
of late to observe a more strict
obedience to questions of party
The situation in this state is
deplorable in that business inter
ests are no longer pursuing their
It is a question of you or the
For years the railroads have
used this state as their own.
Under all three parties , demo
cratic , republican and populist ,
the railroad vote has been cov
eted more than that , has been
purchased by the granting of
privileges and immunities.
So long has this condition been
present that the railroads have
been educated to believe that
special privileges arc a vested
right and to view with horror
any proposition looking to a
To borrow an expression of
Mr. Harris of Kansas , the repub-
ican party conceived the idea of
lehorning the railroad crowd in
order that the common herd
could have a chance at the
It nominated Norris Brown for
senator. Brown , because ot his
conduct as attorney general ,
stood and stands as a protest to
privileges , whether
granted to the railroads , the
grain trust or the lumber trust.
His nomination was fought by
every railroad adherent in the
state both before and in the con
But Brown was nominated.
Today there isn't a railroad
nan in or out of the republican
> arty that isn't lighting Brown
ind the candidates for the legis-
ature who will sup'port Brown.
President Roosevelt wants tc
curb corporate power. Corporate
power wants a United States
senate that will curb President
For instance : The Union Pa
cific railway shops and headquar
tcrs in Omaha. There are 2,50C
employees of this railroad it :
Douglas county. The writer has
some acquaintance with Omahr
politics and has heard times with
out number that no man could b (
elected in Douglas county whc
had not the support of the Unior
The average Omaha politiciai
is a practical politician. Tin
Union Pacific with its 2,500 em
ployces is fighting Brown , be
cause as attorney general h <
resisted this road's attempt t <
evade its taxes.
To get this vote and for nether <
other reason the Douglas count )
candidates for legislature oh tin
republican ticket agreed in writ
ing last week to vote agains
Norris Brown , the nominee o
their party if elected.
The Union Pacific railroad hai
no politics. It is for Thompsot
and against Brown because it i
for the railroads and against tin
people. It not only fights Brown
out of the party but in the party
as well , and is calling to its sup
port every railroad sympathizer
The voters should consult the
interest of the people as industri
ously as the railroads consult the
interest of the lailroads.
It is you or the other fellow.
Brown or Thompson.
Ducks arc ripe.
These arc the days when the
coal man plays even with the ice
The eyes of the base ball world
are on Chicago. This paper is
betting on the "cubs. "
The News speaks in violent
language in opposition to corpor
ation control. What do you
think of that coming from a
newspaper supporting Shallen-
berger against Sheldon ?
A member of the jury who
earns two dollars a day has
neither a very pleasant nor prof
itable employment. However ,
the hardship is endured by all
good citizens as one of the duties
A short sketch of John Wiltse
appears on another page of this
paper. Mr. Wiltse is one of the
young men who is making good.
Abe Lincoln once said ; "give tliL
boys a chance. " John is entitled
to a chance.
On another page appears a
complete refutation of the Joe
Bartlcy charge made againsl
Brown by last week's News.
Now that this little effort of tlit
railroad bureau has provec
groundless we may expect at
accusation that Brown is the mat
who hit the late William Pater
son or was connected with the
kidnapping of Charlie Ross.
j Just as a straw. While a jur.\
, was being obtained in the case o
i the state againt Bode every jury
man who stated that he had read
of the case in the newspaper wa
tasked this question : "Wha
j newspaper did you read it in. '
I One said the Journal , three HIL
News and nine The Tribune. I
f you have anything you want the
people to see get it in the pape
that is read.
The News says that there is
no decree in the United State
court that the Burlington mus
pay to Mr. Lord all the taxes i
owes this county. The Tribune
states that the Burlington asked
the United States court to enjoin
the collection of these taxes
That alone and single hamlet
Norris Brown fought this cast
and that it was decided agains
the railroad company. Tha
under that decision the railroat
company in the absence of ai
appeal would have to pay Mr
Lord every dollar of tax it owes
Kichardson county. That be
cause of his actions in favor o
the tax payers of this county Mr
Brown is being fought by the
railroads. The Tribune agrees
to prove everyone of these state
ments if the News will agree to
vote for the man the railroad
are fighting if we do prove it.
THAT Jonc PDDPLI : oorJT KrVovlow / TO
DRLJf THEMoTfLVEvT. WHV D < ? NT THEYJuJf
COMt TO US ? WC CAM JHoW You THC BEi'T
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THC LCftSTnONEY , AMD yCND'Tou flu/Ay
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Lire OVC THC
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YOU CANNOT FEEL .SATISFIED VNLE.5,5 YOU
-SATISFACTORY To OTHERS. CAN YOU
THEN TAKE CHANCE-5 ON NOT LOOKING Yol/R.
BEJT ? THE WAY TO BE JURE YOU Do THI-5 1-5
TO Go TO THE 5E-5T PLACE TO BUY YOUR
CLOTHED. YOU CANNOT Too MUCH THINK
ABOUT HOW PROPER DRE-5-5IN6 WILL HELP
YOU IN .SOCIETY AND IN BU-5INE-55. MANY A
GOOD MAN HA5 FAILED To GET WHAT HE
COULD HAVE GOT JU5T BECAUSE HI5 LOOK.5
WERE AGAINST HIM. YOU HAVE No TIME To
KEEP UP WITH WHAT 1-5 PROPER IN DRE55.
MANY CLOTHING MERCHANT5 AL-50 DON'T
TAKE THE TIME. WE Do. IT PAY5 U5.
5ATI5FYING A CU5TOMER BRING5 HIM BACK
AND HE TELL5 HI5 FRIEND-5. THAT'5 WHY
WE HAVE A LARGE CLOTHING BU5INE55. WE
5HALL NOT HERE TELL YoU OF THE THING5
WE HAVE FOR YOU ONLY REMEMBER THI5 :
THAT IF YOU COME TOU5FOR ANYTHING YoU
WEAR YOU CAN FIND IT-THE RIGHT QUALITY ,
5TYLE AND PRICE.
PUBLIC HORSE SALE !
We will sell at Blakeney's Feed Barn , Falls City ,
Neb. , on
SATURDAY , OCTOBER 13
At One o'clock , Sharp
30 Head of Horses
Consisting of mares and geldings from 2 to 8 years
old. They are Nebraska horses , weighing from 900
to 1150 pounds , some of them broke.
TERMS- Six months time will be given , purch
aser giving note with approved security ; without in
terest. A discount of 4 per cent for cash.
W. C. GIBBS
W. A. HORTSMANN , Auct.
Gold watch and chatelaine pin.
Engraved Francis Maddox. Re
turn to Mrs. F. Farington.
. . . . $1.00 a Year. . . .
Services 11 a. m. . and 7:30 :
Sunday school U:45 : a. m.
Junion C. 13. 2:30 : p. m.
Senior C. E. 6:30 : p. m.
All are invited.
S. W. GKIKKIN , Pastor.
A good farm hand. Apply to
Frank Uhlig. Phone 23L.
Public Sale of Poland China Hops.
We will sell 35 males and 20
gilts at Mettx.'s sale pavilion ,
October 20 , ! % ( > .
II. C. WlTTKOCK ,
42-4 W. F. RIKSCHICK.
Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Services at 2:30 p. mon alter
RKV. O. II. KxGKi.nKKciiT.
We are now making new ser
ghum. Call or write J. C. Mc-
Clain , R. F. D. No. 1. Barada ,
Tuesday , Oct. 16
The Landslide of Laughter
THIS YEAR ]
PRESENTED BY A
Prices - 35c-soc-75c
SEATS ON SALE NOW