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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1905)
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'I . FOLESI ' K1DNEY CURE '
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Will positively cure any case of Kidney a -
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I i or Bladder disease".not beyond the , reach '
of' medi ine. , . No medicine . can 'do ' morc. '
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' . FOLEY'S' KIDNEY CURE . Passed Stone and Gravel ' With Excruciating Pains
, : ' I A. H. Thurnes , Mgr. Wills CreQk Coal Co. , Buffalo , 0. , writes : , ; } . .
I ' eel have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years , passing . , . 'f"
strengthens the urinary organs Ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains. Other medicines only ) .
. , gave relief. After taking FOLEY'S KInNEY CURE the result was
builds the kidneys and invigsu prising. A few doses started the brick dust , like fine stones , etc. , .
Up . . .
' and now I have no pam across my kIdneys a. 1 I feel like a new man.
. ' orates the whole system. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has done , me $1 , OOO worth of good. " . . . . . .
! I . No Other Remedy Can O.ampareWith It - : '
I 1 IT IS GUARANTEED t I Ths. w. Carter , . of Ashboro , N. C. , had Kidney Trouble and \
I " one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure , and
KIDNEY.CURE effect.ed .n
I TWO SIZES 50c and $1 . 00 .
C an. he say there IS no remedy that WIll compare with It. a
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, ' , ' ' 1 . ' : ' ' ; " . DRS . ; . "Mcnl . . . , LAN , Proprietor ! ' City i. . Pllarillacy. , '
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Eat . Sowlcs Candy.l .
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l\'lr. and 1\irs. L. A. Kinsey
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were . in nus cite 1\1onday. \ '
See Coupe & 'rhorntOl ; for al !
kinds.of f salt ' and , fresh . , fish. . .
A. Crawford . WS , lo\vn < \ . fro'ni
Auburn , Friday on business.
\ T. 6. . Bailey . . v.\s \ down , , from
York , on .1.m incs S . lt.irday. ! , , " ;
Win Nitschc of Rube wt4S ! : ? one
of Saturdays : ) . business vi5itors. ! .
'Villard Veils . and wife of Ver- '
don spent Tuesday in : this city.
Coupe & Thornton have on tap
at ' all - times corn . . fed mcats. . , ,
Flething ' Robbs of Verdon
spent . Sunday , H'fh : frie dS' . in- this
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A. . . 1-1. Callison. of A burn spent
Sunday . in . F . this . . city . visiting . ' ,
When in need 01 a nice juicy
stake , or a prime " rib roast tele-
phone . 74. " r , . . .
, D. : Spiclle , and . wife of " Bar- .
ada were among Saturdays business . " -
E. E : ' James . canie' ' down from
Sh' ' bert 'and' visitcil friends in
th'is ' city S nday' . " . ' \ ' " . '
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Cho ; Fclt , . one ' ofiShuberts
business men , was seen on our
streets last Satur hr.
'Ve arc making unreasonably
low- prices , on salt meats and lard.
-Coup & . .Thorntoil . , . "
W. E. Griffith.of Stellar , spent
a couple of ' clays ; in thislCity : . . . the
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ltordon 011 , Sa turela r. . . . , : . . -1 '
1\Ir. and Irs . . . . Sam Stewart
came over from Reserve and spent
Sunday with the tatters parents
in this city. I
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Dr. . Wiser and family spent se-
veral ! clays in Sabetha ; Ial1s , at
the home of" ; - ' : --IIt1ghes and
on Saturday left for . Caloradd
where they win make their Home '
in .the future.
S. H. Aver and wife of Auburn
speiiseieral \ clitys ' i'n' ' this city
the first of the week in the nter-
ert of his big music store' .
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'I'he " members of the senior
class , of"'tIle Ruf higl : school
cau1eto thIs , city Saturday and
had \ a class picture taken.
. : Miss Ada Stocker of Ohio ar-
rived here the latter part of last
week , and is visiting at the home
of her cousin , Mrs. O. P. Heck.
! The senior class of the Verdon
high school . . \ \ ' ere in' town : Mon-
day having ; their class picture
' F. S. Crable and family left
Monday , for Clarinda . , , Iowa . where
they will make their home in the
Albert Zimbers ' came . home
Saturday from a severed. months
stay in New : Mexico and Cali-
fornia. : ,
Matt Hoffman and his mother
leave this week for their new
home in Jefferson City , Nlo.
Van Scilon ; of Verdon had a
car load of cattle on the Kansas
City market \Vednesday.
E. L. Brown of Verdon was in
Kansas City , 'Vednesday with . a
car load of cattle.
A1iss Pearl Cunningham came
down from Verdon last l\1onday
to do some shopping. . .
Oraman Lutz of Osborne , Texas : !
is here visiting his sister , Mrs. ' :
Carrie Paxton. .
\V H. Lowe of Stella spent
Sunday in this city.
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A. J. Hefniick \ vas down from
Stella on Sunday. : '
! ' A. . , R. Goolshy left Sunday
high for Kansas-Ci . . ' . " . . . . . .
Lizzie' Goolsby spent Sunday .
with relatives near 'Straussville.
'l'he Dawson- seniors had a
class picture taken in this city on
l\londay. , . .
Ed : Burris , wife and mother
spent Sunday in the country with
Last Saturday , Prof. C. 1\1.
French of Rule schools started tc
join has family in Santa Paula ,
Cal. , where they will make tlreil
John 1arkt of Barada accom-
panied his family to Falls City
Sunday where they took the Mo.
Pac. nigh train for an extended
visit in Kansas.
If y'ou wish to know what glasses -
es will do for the headache and
nervousness call and have
them fitted by Dr. Hutchison
who will be at 'Va1ker's office
on Saturday 'lay , 27 , He will
not be back again until August.
The ladies of the auxiliary to
the cemetery association were
eminently successful while in
charge of King's soda fountain
last Saturday. In the evening
so large a crowd was present that
it was with difficulty the mem-
bers were ser ' ecl.
The local lodge of Elks prepared -
pared for a larger number of visitors -
itors than they had Saturday
night , and in consequence there t
were bushels of untouched food
left frdm the banquet. Bob' '
Johnson , Fred Kellar and Grant
\Vinde1 spent most of Sunday
morning ih carrying huge bask-I
ets of it to the poor families inj
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' ( .He Worked Them All.
I , A stranger blew into town last
week and proceeded to make himself -
: ; self . extremely well acquain ted.
He claimed that hb name was :
1' l tdnllno'ns : and that he was a
cattle man. He was driven around
the country by our local livery
firm ostensibly ; to sell and buy
cattle , but it developed later that
hc was enjoying a number of free
carriage rides at the expense of
Corn Bros. , whom he forgot to
P3Y. At Dan Ramsey's he cashed
a check drawn on Kansas City
parties. . Up to the hour of going
to press the money had not been
returned. During his stay in
Verdon he enjoyed the best of i
hospitality prodded b y the
Transit hou e. Mrs. Moran , the
proprietor , now mourns his departure -
parture several dollars' worth.
On Tuesday night Fitziuunons
quietly took French leave and I
has not written to auy. of us
since The rascal also managed
to cash checks at each saloon , . .
which have turned up to be ' d , /
worth1ess.-Verdon Vedette. I
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A lood l'a.mlY L' Imment. I : '
Every family should be supplied :
with a bottle of Chamberlain's '
I Pain BaIrn. For cuts , bruises r
; burns , scalds and similar injuries . : : / "
which ' are of frequent occurrence ' 1 's ' ; .
there is nothing so good.It soothes
the wound and not only gives
instant relief from pain , but causes
the parts to heal in abou on e- i 1
third the time required by the )
unusal treatment. As it is an an- . , t' : j
tiseptic all danger from blood-
poisoning is avoided. Sold by i
Kerr's Drug Store. 4 $ ,
For Sa-Ie. II
I have some seasoned burr ova 1' '
andards : for sheds or barns 1
cheap. From 12 to 16 feet.
C. F. REA VIS.
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