The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, November 18, 1904, Image 11
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The dogs caught seven Jack rabbits Friday of last week. The wagon with the coursing sports on its war to thc fields followed by the pack of hounds is now an almost daily sight. The next great foot ball game in the west will be played between - twccn .Ncbraska and Illinois at Lincoln Thanksgiving day. Nebraska - . . braslm should win this game if is to revive itself as she has now lost to Colorada , Minnesota and , thc Indians. I The basket ban game played I . between the hIgh school teams of Verdon and Falls City last Frig - g , I day evening on the local campus was interesting , but was a trifle 1\ s " one sided. Score stood S to 2 in I favor of Falls City at the close of the contct. : : , The Haskell Indians defeated the state university at Kansas City Saturday 14 to -u : Nebraska - II ka was handicaped by the ab- sence of the great Benedict and the result might have been differ- . . ent had he been in the game. However , the Indians are now 1 the champions of Uw Missouri valley and are now entitled to whatsoever honor this title be- stows. FALLS CITY O-PADONIA O. The celebrated Padonia foot ball team played a picked eleven on the local grounds Friday after- noon . ' The game resulted in a f tie neither team scoring. Falls . i i City has excellent material for a 1 foot ball team but should not y again , attempt to play without I/ / some practice and coaching. J Some of the local eleven never had a foot ball suit on before , I and none of them had ever played - ed together. Billy Bohrer , Tom Poteet , Clair Foster , and Howard Linsacumb played exceedingly well while 'tom Glincs demonst- rated that he has the making of an excellent quarter back. Notwithstanding - withstanding the Padonia team had never met defeat the boys " _ _ _ d " . _ " r. "t . . - . . . 'fo-7 _ _ , .i " . 'l'i"'i. . ' " . . . . . . . . . . . - . , ; . , , , held them safely at. all times and 1 . would have won the game if the plays had been confined to line bucking instead of attempting end nuts without a compact in- tcrfcrcnce. The g'c : me was en- joycd by quite a crowd and if one or two of the boys would cut out the stuff- that made Milwaukee famous when they attempt to play the game , the patrons would appreciate it and the team would win : more g'ame r Local and Personal. This is not poetry , it Is merely to remind you I ' ' ' ' ' ' : is That The Tribune but A dollar a year , qnd that Now is the time to subscribe. George Jones went to Hiawatha Saturday afternoon. Fritz Hcrbster returned from St. Joseph Saturday. Mrs. Will Rieger was a Pres- I ton visitor Saturday. Call on W. H. Crook and Co. I for guns and ammunition. Mrs. A. E. Jaquet is visiting in Kansas City this weck. The best furnaces on earth for sale by \V. H. Crook and Co Dr. 1. N. Callison of Stella was a Sunday visitor in Falls City. Mrs. 1.'hurzu Roy is suffering from an attack of rheumatism. J. W. Lundy and A. J. Hanika of Shut ) ert were in the city Sat- urda ) ' . Pork sausage and hamburger fresh very day at Coupe 1.'horn- tons. tons.Nell Nell 'Vetlvp.r was the guest of St. Joseph friends the first of thc weck. Rev. Smith and family arc now comfortably located in the new Episcopal rectory. . Miss Marie McMahon left l Sun- clay afternoon for a brief visit at the state capital. Joe Varner and Ned 'rowle arc among the victims on the Pike at St. Louis this week. John Timmerman of Salem was in town Saturday trying to dis- cover "who hit Billy Patterson. " Arthur Brcyer and wife nee Miss Madge Larimore of Lincoln were in this city the first of the week. We guarantee all the cider from your apples No : : wastc' ! in the new cider mill , creamery buhling. Farmers just over the Kansas line say their corn will average only about twenty five bushels to the acre. R. E. Grinstead was in town last week in the interest of sever- al matters pertaining to his lo- cality. l\lr. Grinstead takes his defeat philisophically and is thc same . earnest , conscientious republican . publican he has always been. , ; . . . . : / -.1 ' ' . : : ; . ; ; . - . : , : . , . . . - - ' . . . - : - - ttWI . . .I. . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . _ The Beci Mcdirer T'R6 + T.7 j .i ka'rnrtrrr w'Y"St [ + "RtT' x , . For health and comfort is a Felt 1\'lattress. ' Every- body knows it , hence the extortionate prices asked in every magazine you read. But if they only knew that this $8. So Sanitary Felt vlattress is positively unexcelled in any point they would have no Qther. It's made from guaranteed corded sanitary , felt . . t by the largest manufacturer in incinnatti , Ohio , the ; great cotton market town. It weighs 45 pounds , will , ' not absorb moisture ) will make over like a hair mat- . tress and is as soft as down. A Flowery 1Jed of EaJe. 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. vVhy deprive , yourself unconsciously one moment of comfort by sleeping 011 a poor bed when so great a portion of , ' _ your life is spent in that way. Of all friends a mat- , tress is the most personal. See to it that it is cleanly , @ . , sanitary and comfortable. , , . . . - - - - - - . . 'Rea-i , < < f . ! Abbey : . . . Falls City , NebraJ1a . , ' . . . . . ' > > . . . " ' . , ' . , . ' , " ' . AU roads lead to the cider mill at the creamery building four blocks north of the Douglas mill. e\'crything new. Bring us your apples , CaB on W. H. Crook & Co. and see his full line of Garland Heaters - ers and Cook Stoves , also his Quick Meal Ranges. He has a nice display. Miss Floy Grin tead who is attending - tending school at Louis\'illeKy. , has been seriously ill with typhoid fcvcr. Her many friends here will be glad to hear of her con- valescence. From the report reaching us from the state capitol we would infer that old general apathy hasn't struck the hungry crowd of office seekers that is pestering thc Governor elect. A chief of the apache Indians living at Fort Yuma , Arz. , has made a present of a beautiful decorated bows and flint head ar- rows to Reavis and Frank Gist , David Reavis Jr. , and Frank Reavis Jr. These implements of warfare arrived Monday and most of the boys on Chase street have . . . . been Buffalo huntitlg ever since. , John Dorrington of Yuma , Arz. , is responsible for the gifts being sent. r In six weeks more we will be a year old. Under the laws of . this . rM" L. state 110 paper can publish a legal " J notice until it is fifty-two weeks old. When that time comes you can help us a great deal by putt- ing 'our.-legal notices in this pa- pcr. Your lawyer will give them to us if you ask him to do so , and - we would - appreciate thc favor. ' . . . . . . , Consider : the owl and learn one of life's great lessons. The Par- rot is a bird of far grcater intclli- gence but he sometimes talks too _ much. The owl is a fool- ish old fowl but because he says nothing and looks wise the world ( has credited him with great wis- - > .1 . .A"- dom. One of the greatest old . frauds we ever knew fooled us for years by keeping his mouth shut and looking wise. 'Give thy . thoughts 110 tongue , give every man thine car , but few thy voice. " The rest of this month we will give a lead pencil free with each , 5 cent tablet. King's Pharmacy. . ' - .