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( , . THE FALLS CITY TRiBUNE
Published Every Friday at
FALLS I CITY , NEBRASKA
N 'L'RIBUNE PUBLISHING CO.
j r j c . I ; ntcrcd as sccond-class platter , Janu-
ary 12 , 190 . lat the post olliccat alls \
> City. Neb. . under the Act of Coil ri-ss
of March 3 , 1879.
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. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
'l'clephonc No. 22 ( ) .
heed thc birds.
- : . How would you like to bc a
bear and sleep all winter ?
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\ 1'hc oldest inhabitant has been
a very busy man this winter.
'l'he intcr-state comcrcc tight is
rapIdly becoming a contest he-
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.r - - twccn the west and thc cast.
'l.'hc prevailing question in
these parts ill 1950 will be , has
- thc court dccidcd thc l\Ii1cs will
- . Dues it pay to have a grand
jury ? At a cost of nearly if not
quite a th01isand dollars , thc to-
. I , tal results arc two mcn lined 530
each for running a gambling
. ' other consid-
rJom. Every case ( -
. . . . l'rcc1 by thc jury was alrC'ady in
court because of complain madc
_ hy the county attorney.
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Thc News says with somcthing'
- " i. , , of sarcasm that this paper inad-
\'crtently neglected to say that
, \11' : F' Shafer winner of thc corn
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u'I I 1C late 1 farmers Insh-
tuic , chose th New a- his prilc ;
The only reason that wc ( lid not
speak uf it was that we did not
know it. \Yc now make upends :
and say : " that 2\1' Shafer . elid makc
such choice and that t . he got a
_ good nC\\'SpapL't' when he did so.
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The lower house of . '
j \ \ congress =
. has passed thc administration In-
. < . H.r , state : \ t corn merce b'Il and it is
now before the scnate It is safe
to presidia that those senator ,
such as Aldrich , Dcpew and oth-
CI s who owe their election to rail-
. road influence i will bitterly oppose
the pleasure anti may succeed in
: " , . . defeating 'l'hercnc''C'rwils it
: t' , , : ' greater object lesson afi , to the
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: t. . needs of the direct primary ) ' in thc
, , : ' selection of United States Sl'IHI-
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; toN than the one now being git ' -
: en hy that August and more or
. ' . . : less lion oraf le boeh
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I ' " W. A. lreeuwahl ; and F. W
: .Lkhl.'lnut only Made Falls City
known and felt ial the state IIJcet-
11Ig..of commercial clubs held at
. . Prcutont , but they wer.e prime
l. . . : # 1I10\'rs in the good roads eliscus-
sion \1 11' . UreenwalcI ( ; was a
member of it coin iii ittcc \ \ hkh
suggetitei needeel legislation on
the road question , and because
of such labor there is a -trong :
probability that thc present legislature -
. blaturc will enact a law ' 011 this .
: . , subjeet. If Falls l City had about
. ; twent ) ' : Crecnwalels and jchels [
something uhl be doing surer
r , 1.'l1ollg'h.
' 1 ' hc Humboldt ntcrprisc has
taken up the divorce question
Don't worry about trifles Al1an.
'rhc world ' ' contract
save thc sacred one of marriagp.
Following thc prccedcnts of years
courts will dcclarc thc marriage
anul1cd and separate parents and
childrcn pOll cvidcnce' that
would be insufiicicht to a\'oid a
contract for the sale of the spot-
ted cow cal1cd Spcck. One third
of thc cases in thc district court
for Richardson county arc dh'orcc
cases , and no matter how fast
they are clearcd up , the next tcrm
will disclosc' the usual number
of uteri and wOll1en who have
grown weary oJ thc bonds and
seek release through thc lax methods -
hods of thc law and its cnforec-
hid ttts . G(1t marricd and if dissatisfied -
satisfied gt a divorce ) , for so runs
thc world ' away.
'I ' hc eongrcssional situation in
this district is causing all kinds
of trouble between thc Auburn
pap rs. In last weeks issue the
editor of the republican exhausted -
cd three columns in ( cussing
thc general cussedness of his adversary -
\'crsary , thc herald , In tIe : arti-
cle were liberal quotations from
Shakespeare , Ing'crsoll , Bryant ,
Burns , Goldsmith , l\crritt and
Emerson. Governor Mickey
would better hurry and call a
special election or thc : , ord 1 only
knows what will ) } collie ncxt.
Arizona : : did not succced - in being
admittcd into thc union , but she
got Judge Tucker which is about :
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THE FARMER'S FR1END.
As was once said of the stra \ \ -
berry we now spy of thc quail ,
doubtless God could have made a
prettier bird than the quail , but
doubtless God never (11(1. The
little speckled beauty , that j rom
his fence post greets the farmer
in the early morning with his
cheery call ringing clear as a bell
over the hillside and down into
the valley , is one of thc Almig-h-
ty's most charming : crcalt.rcs
And hc is more than ornamental -
al ; he spends the whole of his .
little life , ending as it usually
does in tragedy , in lighting thc
pests of agriculture ; destroying
bugs aiHI cut worms and picking
up seeds that would germinate in-
to crop smothering wccds.
I In these days of cold and snow
the little fellow is suffering from
hung-cr. lie with his little brood
is huddJee1 in the fence rows and
the hollows slowly starving : to
death. Cases have been reported
of hunger so intense that thc
quails have alighted in thc streets
of a town unafraid. If thc quail
had nothing hut his appealing
beauty and his merry call , it
would still be \'orth while to
I save him. In as much as hc has
helped you so man ) , many times ,
would it nut bc well to do a little
somcthing for him ? If I every
farmer who reads this will clear -
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; f To the Women
f'e I .
\Ve give particular attention to the husiness
wants of women. Ladies , sometimes , are just :
a trifle timid about going to a bank to trans-
act business. This shouldn't be'so , and indeed -
deed , isn't so , with those who come to this
bank , for we take special pains to familiarize I
I than with the rules of banking and plaice !
them feel at home.
\ VEVELCOi'vI E small transactions , and
gladly explain matters of business 'hen
called upon to do so , If I you arc . not a patron
of this bank ) then please consider this an in-
vilalion lo become on c. Kindly read our
remarks next week , as we then expect to
point out somcof the man ) ' advantages you
will derive by followi ng' our advice.
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FALLS CITY STATE BANK
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I ' 4AF ! . % ! 12 DISEASES r
PcclIlInr to women eured with 1)It. l1Jr.YEU'S'I1'A S\'STJ'U : ;
Wo do not /lHk you to take our III1HIIlIIIrtl'(1 ) word WI' will refer
you to Jrnh.rul aplenty III your own looallt ) ' , IR. 11119YB1t'S fur
,7 tallied VITA SY'l'J I ; RlJel'I11Iy cun'iI the JIIOHt hOlll'll'HH Of 1 < 0 ,
called incuralllo ) CaliPH without hullo or 1111111. It 1"1 ! 'Iu11e'all ) ' dtr-
a"r ferent frolllluythlllJ : else ! under the Sun , being 1,01'l1Uvtlly ' hllrlll-
5 less ' rl'lIltblu , 11111I1'10 unit olfecU'o HI' ! I1IHOII'I'IH / boon to
\'OIlIlUlklllc1. . 1)clnq Hyll'llIy \ \ many III' ! the Umlltlnu : CuruUu. It
. L. M.r.N , doer ! not merely cute \ the twelve Hllle.11 11I011110111'11 III our book \ ,
s. . . M. o. but fl'lIl'\'S RuJTc/'Cfil / from Tumors , Cantors ullcI 'l'ulullrlllllt
OHI. P .Hyal- growths without the U80 of the knlfo.
OIAN ' \ 'rIlClIIUIotal tOllu ' . Simply Hay . ftlll1111" : your FREE HOO1 : : ,
12 JHIII''I'II'/l ' l'f'cullur \\'OII1CI1. . It Should ho read hr all Sun'urlng'VolllclI.
( Sent ollly to WOIIIUII ) Address
THE VITA COMPANY , Hiawatha Kansas U. S. A.
.t few feet of ground in his barn
lot and sprinkle upon it a fcw
quarts of grain , thc weakened
and star'ingbirds \ will find it. If
every house wife will stew a few
crumbs from her table about thc
back yard it will mean life and
returning strength to the little
unforttnates who have had such
a hard time this winter and who
arc even now wondering- if thc
snow will nc'cgoo and the sum-
mcr never comc.
' 'III as much as ye hive done It
unto one of thc least of these , yc
have lone it unto mite. "
Afraid of Strong Medicines.
Many people stiller for years
from rheumatic pains , and prefer
to do so rather than take thc
strong medicines usually given
for rhcumatism , not knowing
that quick relief from pain may
bc had simply by applying
Chambcrlain's Pain Balm and
without taking any medicine in-
tcma11y. Rev. Amos Parker of
? \Iag-onolia ' , North Carolina , sutT-
, Bred for eight years with a lame
hip , due to severe rilcumatit .
pains. Hc has been permanent ! )
curcd by thc free application 0
ChambcrHan's Pain Balm. ret :
sale at Kcrrs Drug Storc. ,
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Jerry Hcmphill was taken tc
thc Mercy Hospital Saturday suf
fcring- with a very severe coli'
with symptoms of pncumonia
Prompt treatment and the best 0
care however , have put thc 01.
man on thc road to rccovcry. '
If You are a Stock
who is independent of
Commission i lou , ; : , \ . money -
ey we want to hear from
you. vVe are
Strictly Commission Firn
and deal with the FREE
ITELY.'Trite to us for
F. & I. S. Badg-e.
Charles Dixon COin 'n Cc
Stock Yards KansAs City , /\10. /
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