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, November 18 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _
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. - , Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Mc-
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, . \Vain \Vednesday a boy.
After a lingering illness the
death of Mrs. 1\loreland occuied
at her home \Yedncsday cvcning.
She leaves a husband and one
daughtcr. 'l hc funeral sermon
vas prcached from thc Methodist
church. The bereaved ones leave
the sympathy of the entire com-
munity.
Mrs. Steve Cunningham made
a business trip to St. Joe 'rues-
day.
day.L.
L. E. Plumb and wife ' returned
Saturday from an extended trip
- In southern : Missouri.
:4 < 1 wrcncc Santo and sisters
Josie and 'fhcresa of Arago
visited at John -ajurcs
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ha r . were in
. Falls City Monday.
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Mrs. Chas Huber is again able
to be at hem : after undergoing
an operation at the hospital in
St. Joseph
. ' Mesdames \'erzagie and Sim-
J 1110ns and r'cna Cavei . age and
4' Mary Simmons returned Monday
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. from a few clays visit with relatives -
tivcs at Rockford , Ncb
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f4 vcau is very sick"
James Roberts thc oldest son of
Chas , Roberts and wifc died at
at his home Tuesday afternoon
. after a short illness. The funeral -
ra1 services were held at the home
The bereaved parents arc heart
\ \ broken over thc loss of their son.
They have thc sympathy of a
' _ their many fricnds.
- Davsol1.
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; Tom Riley vas absent from
S . . . . his post of duty at thc drug store
; 1 _ the first of the week on account :
: of ckness.
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. Dr. Burgher moved into his
; new office on main street this
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, week and he now has a finely
. . equipped office in thc best loca-
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tlOn in town.
A. Crandall and family arc
moving to Humboldt this week ,
. where , O.ey expect to make their
future home. Harry Crandall
, will farm thc home place next
. ycar. '
John G. Smith and family left
Sunday for their new home at
i Blair , Neb.
Harry 11'cichts and Jake Bol len-
bacli returned home Sa turday
from a ten lays trip to St. Louis.
Miss ilea Riley was down from
j { Humboldt over Sundav.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O'Grady
returned home Sunday from their
wedding trip to St. Louis and
are now cozily located in their
new cottage ill thc north part of
thc city.
G. A. Alexander and family
. were down from Table Rock
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STRONGEST CLOAK , SUIT AND
SKIRT VALUES IN FALLS CITY
T HEY will bear the closest scrutiny , upon the several points of quality , fit , style ,
make , or price-and we are not at all afraid of the result if you will give us a look
You will buy here and join the throng of satisfied money sa vcrs.
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In Children's Cloaks we
have placed a number of long
and short Cloaks , in ages
from 6 to 1'2 years ranging in
price from $3.00 to $5.00 and
we are making this unpreced-
en ted offer on them :
Your Choice. . . $ i .89
Children's Fancy Cloaks in
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Zibelines , l\'Ieltons and Ker-
seys , nicely trimmed and lined l
I At - = $3.50 to $10.00
In I Suits we have just received a lumber ; of new designs in mixed and fancy weaves
in the latest styles , mule with the full sleeve at shoulder , prices from $ 10.00 to $25.00.
In Skirts we keep them in all sizes from 29 inch for Girls , 35 to 39 inch for Misses
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and a full line of Ladies' sizes , ranging in price from $ . 00 up to [ 0.00 and 1500.
This is the most complete line of Skirts in the city for new up-to-date styles and We in-
vite your inspection before bu viner. b
Gait I until YOll see our llJlllOUJlCl'J/lcnl o.f Toys and Dolls before bu'ingIt will day : YOle
. to f rice thcm.
. J. S. JOHNSTON & . SONS
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several days the past week visiting -
ingrclativcs. .
\Vm. Mowcry and family of
crc1ot1 spent Sunday at thc home
of F. P. Page in this city.
D. C. Kirkpatrick of Falls City
was in town on busi ness the first
of thc weck.
W. B. Fishcr's annual Poland
China Hog sale was postponed on
account of inclement weathct
from Thursday of last wcek till
Tuesday of this week , when a
large crowd was present and thc
stock was quickly and profitably -
ably disposed of.
E. B. Judd was in ofT thc road
Sunday visiting his family.
Clc\'e and Harvey Estcs went
to Table Rock Saturday and spc.t :
Sunday with their sister , 1\'lrs.
Pearl Malonc.
Hugh and John O'Grtdy ; , trans-
acted businrss at thc county court
Saturday.
W. D. Bit tner has resumed his
work as night operator for the B.
and 1\1. at this place after a two
weeks absence during which time
hc visited thc worlds fair.
Ohio Prec nct.
L. H. Kniscly and wife Sun-
daycd with Grandpa Pcck.
Henry Brim and sistcr May of
Hamlin , Ka . , were guests at Mr.
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. Knisely's Saturday night . and
Sunday.
Noah and Rph Peck were in
Shubert Muuday.
Rcv. Stouder lest lcftlast week
for Emporia , Fans " to hold a
series of meeting and to visit
with his father who lives at that
placc.
A number of young folks in
this vicinity were entertained at
Conrod Brccht's Sunday evening
in honor of Mr. E ngle.
Emma McCann spent Sunday
at O. A. Burk's Sunday.
E. 1\ Peck : and family visitcd'
in j'alls City Sunday with John
\Viltse and wife. .
Mr. Eng-Ic of New York is vis-
iting with Conrod Brecht and
other relati yes.
Rev. Mohlcr and family of
Falls City were guests at Ep h.
Pcck's S unda y.
: Mrs. John Burk sr. of Rule is
visiting in this vicinty.
. r I I TIME TABLE
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I _ ' Palls City. Neb.
Lincoln
Omaha
Chicago
St. Joseph
Kansas City
St. Louis and all
points east and
south.
Denver
Helena
Butte
Salt Lake City
Portland
San Francisco
and all points
west
Ladies' short Butcher Cloak
all wool kersey , black and
castor , well lined , velvet trimmed -
med collar , a regular $ 7 value
Our Price. . $5.50
Ladies' Cloak , made of an
English l\Iontenac , lined with
a guaranteed satin lining , a
very nobby cloak
A Big Bargain ut $10.00
OUR SPECIAL-A long
Tourist [ Cloak , black only , in
a Glee quality of Kersey , stitch-
ed and trimmed , this cloak
would be a bargain at $ . J 2.50
Our Price while they
last . - - $10.00
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TRAINS r,1A\'E AS 1/01,1.0\\5 :
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No. 42. Portland St. Louis
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Special , St. Joscph ,
Kansas City St.
Louis and all points
east allll sOllth. . . . . . 7:2" : p 111
No. 13. Vcstibuled express ,
daily , Dcnver and "
all points west and
iiortli vest. . . . . . . . . . 1:33 : a 111
No. . H. Vestibuled exprcss ,
daily , St. Joe , Kan-
sas City , St. Louis
and all points east . . '
allll south. . . . . . . . . . 7t3 : : a 111
No. 17 Local express , daily
'Vymorc and points
east , west , northwest 12:17 : p 111
No. 15. Vestibuled express ,
daily , Denver and
all points west and ,
nortliwcst . . . . . . . . 1:2" : p 111
No. 16. Veatibitled express
daily , St. Joe , Kan-
sas laity , St Loitis '
Chicago and points
cast and south. . . . . 4:30 : p 111
No. 18. Local express daily
Atchison and pointR
south and west. . . . 3:8 : p 111
No. 41. St. Louis-Portlalld
SpcciaILincolnHe-
lena , 1'acoma amI
Portland without
change . . . . . . . . . . . 10:07 : p 111
No. 115. Local accommoda-
tiOIl , daily except
'cept SundaySalem ,
Ncmalm and Nebraska - .
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braslm City. . . . . . . . 10:30 : p 111
Sleeping , dining and reeling chair
cars ( scats free ) on through trains.
'rickets sold and baggage checked to r
sny point in the States or Canada. For
illfor1l1atioll , time tables , maps and
tickets , call on or write to G. Stewart , .
Agent , Falls City , Neb. , 01' J. Francis ,
G. P. & ' 1' . A. , Omaha.
Lead pencils given away a
King's with each 5 cent tablct.
tablet.
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