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THIS PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 13 , 1905.
The Grand Island road will in.
tcrccpt the proposed trolley sys
tems by building spurs from its1
main line to various points , run
ning theron gasoline motorcars ,
which arc speedy and comforta
ble. They will begin right away
to build a gasoline motor spur
Irom btotit to Highland. Stout
is a station near Severance , seven
miles from Highland. Another
spur will be built from the near
est point to Sycamore Springs ,
'j which will be made a great
- health and social resort. The
building of motor lines , as pro
posed , \\ill make a great change
in farming interests , for in time
there will be more farmers and
smaller farms fruit tracts of a
few acres all idle land produc
ing what it best can and the
wealth of the country will be
trebled- Hiawatha World.
We saw a genuine out door la
boring man eat a meal the other
day and it was a glorious sight.
A man who works out in the open
air and the bonghing wind and
makes the greatest physical
effort all day of which he is capa
ble , uses up a deal of fuel and
must copiously supply the con
sumption. He must take on
power in order to keep up his
lick. And this man swept in
four slices of bread spread with
plum butter , a chunk of boiled
meat three by six by six , four big
mealy potatoes , two cups of cof
fee , two fried eggs , three helps of
preserves , and a quarter section
of pumpkin pie. The relish with
which it was absorbed was worth
a king's ransom. John U. Kocke-
fellow would give ten million
dollars for that sort of an appe
tite and the strength and spirit
that go with it. Hunger is the
best sauce and an appetite
whetted with hard work is a joy
forever. Fremont Tribune.
The hazelnut is beginning to
do a little fall advertising on his
own account. However , the
squirrels will scoop up the bar
gains , we fear. Vcrdon Vedctte-
Bills and catalogues have been
issued in connection with Ferd
Freidly's Biilo of Poland Ohinae to
bo held at Verdon on October.
Those interacted in Poland Ohinai ?
should write to Mr. Freidly for a
copy of his catalogue IIH it gjves
much valuable information as to
the strains that will bo represented -
ed in the sale. Individuals from
some choice families will go into
the rim. and any conservative
buyer will have a splendid opportunity -
tunity to strengthen hie herd.
Matt Sehulonburg has decided
to move from his farm to Baruda
and will hold a horse and mule
sale : it Buriuln on October 21.
Ho will olFor sixteen head of
horses and fourteen head of mules
all good Bin IV and first class eon.
dition. The horses are all broke
to work in harness and the mules
are a good , thrifty lot
The Little Homestead.
A fair sized audience saw The
Little Homestead at the Gril
ling on Saturday evening. The
show had been here before , but
those who saw it were content
to see it again. It is a strong ,
moral play and the company
that produced it Saturday night
was very capable and the audi
ence that saw it was very much
Poultry and Cream Wanted.
I will pay delivered at poul
try house , prices good all this
week : Hens and springs , 7Ac
per pound ; separated cream fat ,
19c per pound ; skimmed 01
gravity cream fai , 18c pei
pound. Bring cream in Tues
days and Fridays. Above price.
Thoroughbred Silver Lacec
wyandotte cockrels for sale
One dollar each. Best laying
blood on earth. One-half milt
east of Falls City. 92- !
H. L. RAHLF , R. F. D. 1
Hertha Smith of Uarada spent
Friday in this citv.
Frank Kdwards of Harada was
on our streets Monday.
* * -
F. 1C. Martin made a business
trip to Omaha Wednesday.
Cora Swisegood of Verdon
spent Wednesday with Falls City
Harry Messier returned from
his Southern trip the last of the
.1. T. Young of Fargo made a
business trip to this city Satur
Albert iJaurman of Fargo was
a guest at the City Hotel Satur
Gco. Michel of Hamlin , Kan. ,
spent Saturday with Falls City
J. H. Miller of Merrill , Kansas
spent the first of the week in this
J. Uppold and family of Wy-
more arc visiting relatives in
Fleming Kobb of Verdon at
tended the dance in Mode's hall
Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair of Pres
ton attended the Ilossack-Withee
J. II. Miles returned the fore
part of the .veek from Kansas
Cit3 * where he attended the Royal
From the activity among local
citizens with reference to incro-
porating new railroad companies
and stealing divisions from old
ones , Falls City is becoming quite
a railroad center on paper.
If Falls City ever gets the Mis
souri Pacific division Ned Towlc
ought to be canonized. He
hasn't slept for two weeks so
busy has he been with work pre
liminary to the visit of the St.
P. II. Hermes is changing his
place of business from his old
stand near the 13. it M. depot to
the Glenn buildinh now occupied
by the Bnrchard & Crush Imple
ment store. The change will
take place October 20.
With plenty of swinging musi
cal mimbtM-H , a gaily costumed
chorus of comely girls , James J.
Murray , BudlongMeley and Maud
Mnllery as the principal funmakers
it is not surprising that "The
Hajah of Bhong" should score a
decided success with the amuse
ment loving public. The book
and lyrics are written in Will L.
Roberts best vein and Hall Campbell -
boll is responsible for the music
much of which is on the popular
order. Signor Ernest Salvatore
haRRtagcd the pioc-o with an eye
to the picturesque , and the cos
turned are a pleasing feature of
I ho production. "Tho Rajnli of
Bhong" will bo seen at the Geh-
ling Thursday evening Oct. , 19.
New Cider Mill.
The new cMer mill located four
blocks north of the Douglas mill
is now ready for business. Will
grind Tuesday and Saturday of
Farm For Sale.
For the next HO days I will oll'er
my farm of US aeies in the north
half of see-lion 10 town y mnge 1(5 ( ,
price $ (5.500. ( This farm Consists
of 25 acres of timber , 10 acres or-
chiird just beginning to bear ,
balance in cultivation Also An-
goria goats for sale at all times.
M > 2 Wai. ANKKON
I will open up business Oct. .
20th in the Glenn building
where Btirchard & Crush art
closing out their implement bus
iness. [ will be in the marlce
tor your poultry , butter , egg ;
and cream. Will also have foi
sale Hour , chop feed , corn am
oats , bailed hay and straw ant ;
coal. General exchange bus !
e ness transacted. If you nee (
anything in our line call uj
P. II. HERMES.
Mrs. Brcithaupt visited in Hia
watha on Wednesday.
Henry Strccker came down
from Arago on Monday.
Dr. Fleming returned Sunday
from her Oklahoma trip.
Alice Mingie of Atchison is
visiting with Mrs. Birdsley.
John Oswald made a business
trip to Stella on Wednesday.
T. II. Notestine of Hiawatha
spent Wednesday in this city.
Ada Allen of Bolivar , Mo. , is
visiting with Mrs. A. Roberts.
Mrs. Peter Restorer spent Wed
nesday of this week in Hiawatha.
Mrs. Sandttsky was the guest
of Hiawatha friends Wednesday.
Lee Stewart came over from
Hiawatha Wednesday evening.
Kay Pixley of Hiawatha visit
ed friends in this city Wednes
Kay Stewart of Hiawatha
spent Wednesday evening in this
Mrs. Slocum visited Hiawatha
friends the latter part of this
Dr. J. L. Gaudy of Ilumboldt
made a business trip to this city
Mrs Will Uhlig who has been
( | iiite scriousl } ' ill , is now con
Mrs. Ed Nolle left Friday visit
with relatives living at Blue Ra
pids , Kansas.
J. D. Shrauger of Ilumboldt
was a business visitor to Falls
Milo Shields was an M- ! '
passenger for Hiawatha on Wed
W. L. Sears witnessed the
Woodman Log Rolling in Hia
watha on Wednesday.
Mrs. Harris and two daughters
Ilildred and Gladvs are visiting
relatives in Verdon.
Norman Mussleman returned
on Wednesday from a trip to his
ranch in Southern Kansas
Howard Reed attended the
Yoodman Log Roiling held in
[ iawatha on Wednesday.
Roscoe Anderson came down
rom Ilumboldt on legal business
Warren Reding came over from
5abetha and spent Wednesday
ransacting business in this place.
13. V. Kauffman of the Syca-
lore Springs visited Falls City
riends on Wednesday of this
Mrs. J. R. Cain and doughter
Mrs. Julian visited with Mrs. Mc
Coy in Hiawatha the latter part
of last week.
Ruby Vcach left Wednesday
or Verdon where she will visit
with relatives during the coming
The Falls City Cjlts left Wed
nesday morning for Highland
Kansas where they were billed
for two ball games.
Mrs. Dave Hurt left this week
for Fillmore , Cal. , where she ex
pects to remain indefinitely for
the benefit of health.
The frost is on the pumpkin
and Nap Demers can breath
through his nose for the firsl
time since the rag weed got busy
Max Werner returned Saturdaj
from Omaha where he playec
snare drum with the Tecumsel :
band in the Ak-Sar-Ben parades
Mrs. M. Rickards and infa.i
son came up from Kansas City
Wednesday afternoon. Mr
Rickards has been located in thi :
city for some time.
Tennis and base ball are nov
reminiscences and soon the fee
d ball season will be over , thei
comes the ancient and inferna
exercise of carrying in fuel am
shoveling snow winter anyway
BS S5 V
Our Annual Autumn Sale
U N T I L OC TQBER21 , 19O5
V. G. LYFORD FALLS CITY
The greatest opportunity of the
season to supply your needs
for Fall and Winter - - - - ft
Special prices on every day ftft
articles , such as everybody
uses , in every department.
ASK FOR CIRCULAR ft
GIVING FULL PAR- ft
THE FALLS CITY
Does a General Milling Business and flan-
ufactures the following brands of Flour
* * Sunflour Crown Magnolia *
* We guarantee every sack of the above brands of flour to be
made in our own mill and to be of the highest possible qual
ity. We also manufacture Graham , Corn Meal , Rye , Buck 4
wheat and Breakfast Food. We deal in all kinds of feed.
We also conduct a general Grain , Live Stock and Coal
business and solicit a share of your patronage
& P. S. HE ACOCK & SON 4 4
If you buy winter clothing ,
buv it of the local merchant. The
stocks are umisally attractive.
If yon can't find what you want ,
let your dealer order it for you.
Clothing purchased at home costs
no more than that purchased in
the city. Be a part of your town.
Live up to the idea of live and
let live. Keep your money at
home. Stop knocking the other
fellow , you don't injure him and
1 j you do make an ass of yourself.
If you are unable to say a good
word for your home city and its
people keep your mouth shut
Consider the owl , look wise and
say nothing and people may
never discover that you are a
Ex-President Cleveland will
speak in Nebraska City at the
dedication of the Morton monu-
nent Oct. . 2Sth. He will go
v through Falls City on the Mo. ,
t' ' Pacific in the morning. Tickets
to see and inspect him can be
had by applying to Sam Kinunel
who has always taken a fancy to
I is the criterion for prevailing fashions
| OUR FALL AND WINTER WOOLENS |
% FOR SUITS , OVERCOATS AND TROUSERS I
S are now ready for your inspection o
I Fine Dress Suits a Specialty I
O 4 >
IJOHN WILSON !
Mrs. Clark of Cambridge , O.
who has been visiting in Denver
for some weeks past , spent a few
days of this week , the guests of
her cousin Mrs. II. I. Hu nt of
John Nance came over from
Merrill on Wednesday.
If the people of ihis city would
spend as much energy in fight
ing for the town as they expend
in fighting against each other we
would be a world beater.
Usual services at the M. E.
church next Sunday at 10:45 : a.m.
League at 6:30 : p. m. and evening
sermon at 7:30. : All invited.
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