The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, May 06, 1904, Page 12, Image 12

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    12 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE May 6 } 1904
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; l1EN'S WEAR.
In Shirts , work and dress , Pants , . Overalls , Neckwear -
: J wear , Collars , Mackintoshes , &c. , our values are fully
up to the high standard of all our other departments.
Because we don't make as much noise about this department -
f partment as . some others don't think that it has no attention -
I tention and does not contain the best that can be had
pp for the prices asked. Because of the fact that this is
not our main line we sell it on closer margin than those
4 of the average Clothier or I-Iaberdasher.
A new line of Wash Skirts just in. Prices $ I. 25
I to $3.00. We invite your attention to these Skirts-
the styles are new , the materials are those most in de-
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In popular priced Hats and Caps our range of ; f
Styles is complete. Our great value in Hats is our
high grade Fur in all the new shapes at $ 1.50. This.
grade is the same as is generally sold at $2.00 and is
shown in Black Nutria Tan and Brown. All the new h
things in Straws for Children , Misses , Boys and Men. I
V\Te \ would like 1 to have the pI easure of showing you
our head wear.
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We are now offering the best values we have ever iff
shown in n1brellas. Take a look at our 50C Fast ,
Black , Steel Rod , Strong Frame. Others at 7Sc , Ssc ,
$1.00 , $1.25 , $1.50 , $1.75 ; $2.00 , $2.50 , $3.00 , , $4.00
and $5.00.
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News of the County as Told by
Our Special Correspondents
Wilbur Pri hard is among the
Esta Stouder spent Saturday at
Henry Zorns baby is on the
sick 1ist.
Emma : McCann is staying at
F. RI . ShafIers.
Nettie Bartlet spent Sunday at
Francis Stumps.
A. E. Knisely spent Sunday
with the home folks.
Jake Gibble and family visited
in Falls City Sunday.
E. Bilman of Kansas is visiting ' -
ing at F. M. Shaffers
Noah Peck and family visited
dt John Yocum Sunday.
Fred Finks children are recov-
ring from the measles.
Geo. Peck and wife visited with
Mr. Peck's father Sunday.
Eph Peck delivered his fat cat-
tle to Ross Goolsby Friday.
Samuel Macomber and Ida
Burk were in Rule unday.
Harvey Peck and sister Sadie
visited with relatives Sunday
VIahlon Beachy and John Crico
called at Noah Pecks Tuesday.
. Wm. Ifuettner and family were
the guests of relatives here Sun-
day. . - . - - -
Rev Stouder and family called
on friends in Straussville Sun-
D. D. Reavis and family were
pleasant visitors at Frank Uh1igs
l\'Ir. Shaffer and wife of Falls
City visited with Mr. Johnson
Sunday -
A number from here drove to
Rule Sunday to see what the fire
Clarence Peck the little son of
Noah Peck is having a siege of
the measles.
Wm and John Riechick enter-
tained relatives from McCook
the past week
Jake Wissinger was in Barada
: Mertz Bros. shelled corn in this
n ighborhood Thursday.
Henry Faller and family spent
Sunday with 1. A. Dunn and fam-
vIrs. Arnold and son Joseph
spent Sunday with relatives near
Mrs ' . \Hchel and daughter Liz-
zie were Falls City visitors Sat-
urday .
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\'Imes. ' \\issinger , Kegler and
Lippold spent Friday with : Mrs
Ger wick.
R. Whitehead and George and
Edward Shutz were in Falls City
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A number of our young folks
attended a dance at Arago Thurs-
day evening.
Mrs. Schawang and family
spent Wednesday evening with
: Mr. Wissinger and family.
An Open Letter.
From the Chapin , S. C. News
-Early in the spring my wife
and I were taken with diarrhoea
and so severe were the pains that
we called a physician who pre-
scribed for us , but his medicine
failed to giveany relief. A friend
who had a bottle of Chamberlains
Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy on hand gave each of us
a dose and we at once felt the ef-
fects. I procured a bottle and be-
fore using the entire contents we
were entirely cured. It is a won-
derful remedy and should be
found in every household. H. A.
Bailey editor. This remedY is
for sale by A. \Vanner. . 18-4
Well Pleased.
About thirty-five members of
the order of Rebekahs went down
to Falls City on Tuesday evening
last in response to an invitation
from the order at that place. The
crowd was met at the depot by
the band and committee and was
escorted to the hall , where a can-
didate was put through the inita-
tory work and then a gorgeous ,
royal , superfine supper. Everyone -
one from here are high in their
praise of Falls City's hospitality.
-Auburn Granger.
About the Railroa.ds.
The News is entitled to the
cake It says the railroads are _
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cold-blooded and heartless and 't
big verdicts against them in y
personal injury action arenot to
be expected. This sage asserva-
tion is made in answer to our
statement of the fact that no
action of the kind in the history 1
of this county has resulted in a
recovery of more than $1,000.
We had like most people , sup-
posed that the jurors trying these .
cases had something to do in fix-
ing the amount of the verdict ,
but the News is a very wise paper
and probably knows best.
Since the new train service on
the M. P. the Kansas City Daily
Journal has become the leading
daily in Falls City. It is printed
at 4 o'clock in the morning and
arrives in our city at 8:30 : thus
supplying our citizens with the
latest news The Sunday Jour-
nal contains all kinds of pictures.
And twenty boys wanted to
sell the Sunday Journal on the
streets next Sunday. Call at
Fred Beaulieu's for particulars.
Worlds Fair Rates via Burlington Roue.
Tickets to St. Louis and return -
turn , good all summer , 1625. + ,
On and after April 25 , sixty
day tickets 813.55.
On and after April ten-day
tickets ; $12.20. 16-7
For full information about '
train service ask the ticketagent.