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THE FALLS CITV TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MARCH 23 , 1906.
We are prepared to state to our trade that we ff
H are better prepared to supply good floor coverings S
2 this season than ever before. Carpets are higher g
$ than for many years , but we have made such a 8
TO fortunate purchase that we mn sell cheaper than [ T
: last season.
jfi We have 3 patterns of 12 ft. wide linoleum
5) ) which we offer at 60c per square yard , or $2.40 per s *
Si running yard. M
ft Montgomery Ward wants $2.50 for same qual = m
S ity freight extra. s *
We charge 5c per square yard extra when you
want us to lay it.
This price lasts only with present stock.
First come , first served.
Kitchen Cabinet $4.50
The best prices - - The best stock in Richardson
fReavis & Abbey
Geo. Berjj has returned from busi
ness cures in Craig , ( o the joy and
mirth attached to running the ferry
across the icy river.
Henry Voegol's line new boy is doing
nicely and Henry Is proud of his young
Klmor Arnold lias Improved suflic.
iontly us to not need the trained nurse
any longer so she returned to her homo
School was In session } in district No
f > 0 Saturday and thcru wami uood at
Mr. Hanson of Pulls City was a busi
ness visitor hero Saturday.
Vernal Wright had bublnoss In town
C. /immeruian of Kulo was hero
Saturday looklnp after business inter
P. Miller , jr. , from Ohio was transacting -
acting business hero Saturday.
Mr. Schawang of Uarnda was on our
Now that the new boat line is assur
ed rargo expects to follow along the
prosperous lines with 'the railroad
towae. Watch rargo como to the
Conrad Schmidt huuled several loads
of tine hogs to Preston this week.
II. L. Kloepcl went to Omaha this
week and purchased a stock of furni
ture which will bo placed In the new
Miles building. Ho expects to run
the farm und store too this year.
Kd Frederick sold all his salable
hogs this week and took thorn to the
Hurland Jones' little H > n Is bettor at
Frank Durtoois home again assUtlng
his father In the manual labor of the
Mr ? . Courad Schmidt and dausjhto
were visM"at Charles Hetlman's ,
J. C. Wtillratl and family wore transacting -
acting business In town la-t of UK
Jake Wright was a lupines * vitltoi
here the lust of the week.
Henry Aeendorf of Preston had busl
ness at the home of his brother Charle ;
John Fretsehlo transacted biislnes
iu Falls City Saturday.
Wra. Strecker was seeing ufter busl
ness In Fargo Saturday.
Mr Manuerville was in town las
Diivhl Jondrow bus returned homo
from his six months 8tay on his olulin.
lie uxnuctd to return In u thort time.
Gco. U. Plsiihor had the misfortune
to fall and sprain his knei > on Tuesday ,
It was with dllllculty that ho got to
the house. Ho Is some butter.
A medicine mini wtis touring the
country Thursduy and by sluirp inunon-
vers succeeded In dls ] > osin of $ G9.00
worth of medlutnu to u farmer south of
town. Suld farmer must piiy for the
medicine in . ' 10 days whether ho * cHs
uny of It or not. The farmer hunted
for the medicine mini for several days
but could not locate him.
AK.Swain and Harney Vo.-plo wore
traiiBactim ; business In I-Sills City Sat
II G. Dorsto was a pleasant caller
lore rriday ,
Coon Dan neck or had business in
? utin Friday.
Thn Vordon Miller sent us another
and of his tine product this week.
John C. Mlehols went to Falls City
Alois Kottcrror went to Kulo , Tues-
0. C. Kay , John Moore and John
Anderson were buslnesss visitors here
l-Vrry business is at a stand still , the
river is full of Heating ice.
A. I. . Kbel had business in Rule the
la.-t of the week.
James Tangnoy , jr , has moved from
his pluco to Huto.
J. K. Handall was transacting busi
ness here Wednesday.
Mrs. J. H. Murphy loft for Lincoln
the first of the weok.
Chus Nlt7.cho hud business In liulo
Louis Fischer hauk-d hogs to Kulo
II. Prlbbeno was a business visitor
In Kulo Tuesday.
W. T. Duncan shipped a car load of
Leu Whltehead llttlo child died a
few days ago
Money To Loan , Private Funds.
Loans negotiated , annual in
terest. Borrower can arrange to
pay $100 or any number of hun
dreds on any interest pay day ,
Can also arrange for the borrowei
to pay the interest the 1st of anj
month , that he prefers. If yoi
want to pay an old mortgage o :
get a new loan be sure and writi
me. Only takes one stamp
HKNRV C. SMITH ,
Palls City , Nebr.
You WillProsper ]
in the Great
In Oklahoma , Indian Territory
and Texas are vast areas of unim
proved land land not now yield
ing the orops of which it is cap
able. The same conditions apply
to the towns. Few lines of busi-
nets "re adequately ropresen led.
There are openings o ? all sorts
for mills and factoriea , for small
stores , for banks , newspaper and
lumber yards. You have only to
get on the gixund to prove this.
To enable you to do so the Mis
souri , Kansas and Texas railway
Rates Cheaper Than Evet
Feb. 6th and 20th
March 6th and 20th
On above dates most lines wil
sell both one-way and round trij
tickets at exceptionally low rates
If your nearest railroad agent can
not give you the rates , write me
If you're in any
way interested in the
Southwest , I'd like to
send you my paper
"The Coming Conn-
try. " Address
W. S. ST. GEORGE.
General Passenger Agent
5SO Wainwriijhl Bldfl. S . Louis , Mo
Tickets are on sale
everywhere , via Mis
souri , Kansas and
Cures Biliousness , Sick Cleanses the system
Headache , Sour Stomach thoroughly and clears
ach , Torpid Liver and sallow complexionsMpf
Chronic pimples and blotches.
Pleasant Laxative Syrup It is guaranteed
For Sale at Dr. Moore's Pharmacy , Falls City , Nebr
MARCH iioi5. )
Into thi' North\w > t : Now in
the time to uo at cheap rates uii
one of the Burlington's two daily
through trains to Montana , Puget
Sound And Portland. You don't
know how cheaply you can buy a
one wnv colonist ticket. Aslc the
Special Iloineseekeis' rates-- :
March ( ill ) and 20th very low
found trip hoinebeekers1 Kites into
the North Platte Valley , the Big
Horn Basin , also into the South
To The Sunny South- : Very
attractive winter tourist rates i
daily until April IJOth to a large
number of Southern resorts. '
Irrigated Lands : Better get
hold of an irrigated farm for yourself -
self or your son while there is yet
time ; irrigated lands have increas
ed from 100 to 200 per cent in
value in the last few years. Send
for our publication on irrigated
i u nds , free. '
To California : Very cheap one
way tickets daily to California until - '
til April 7th. Through tourist
Pncill'c Coast : Better make the
grandest tour in the world the
tour of the coast this spring and
summer. First excursion April
20th to May 5th inclusive. There
will be very low , daily , round trip
California and Puget Sound rates
through the summer.
Write me just what trip jou
have in mindanil let me ailvibo
joti the least cost and the best
way to make it. G. Stewart.
Agent U. B. fc Q. Ry.
b \V , WAKELEY ,
U. P. A. , Omaha. li:5-4t :
The Burlington's Enm eeker's
Information Bureau , which has
been recently organized to assist
homesteaders in getting hold of
free homesteads of 010 acres in
Nebraska for mixed fanning and
dairying , is proving a great suc
cess , and the operations of that
Bureau are now faking on useful
and practical shape.
Mr. D. Clem Deaver , the Agent
of the Bureau , has arranged to
personally conduct excursions of
homeseekers from Omaha and Lin
coln on the first and third Tues
day of ei.ch month to the territory
of these free Kiukaid lands for
the purpose of assisting desirable
farmers to locate on the home
steads that are yet available fora
farmer to succeed by mixed farm
Those who expect to succeed
should have ready means for the
immediate improvement of the
land in the way of fences and
buildings , and money enough to
start with a herd of 20 cows and a
hand cream separator. Thisought
to be a good opportunity for au
energetic farmer of moderate
means to secure a farm.
The Burlington m a k e B no
charge for the services of its
agents , and MDeaver has on
file a complete plat of available
lands in the 10 counties along the
Burlington road , where these
homesteads are located.
Those desiring to obtain in
formation relative to talcing up a
homestead , can obtain a folder free
of cost , and further information ,
by calling on or writing Mr. D.
Clem Deaver , Ageni of the Bur-
lingtou's Homeseeker's infoima-
tion Bureau , 1001 Farnain St ,
Omaha , Neb.
A Favorite Remedy for Babies.
Us pleasant taste and piumpt cures
huvo made Chamberlain's Cough Kern-
eily u favorite with mothers of small
chlllren. It quickly cures their
coughs and colds und prevent- any
danger of pneumonia or other serious
consequence. It not only cures croup ,
but when elven us soon us the crimpy
cough appears will prevent the attack -
tack For sale at Kerr's Drug Store.
A Sure Thing !
Special Homeseekcrs' Rates : On February fiih
Gtli duel 20tli tlu > Burliiiuton makes vry iow
MOII nitPH lo the Bitf Horn Biisin , the North Plntte Vnlli-y
mid Enstpin Colorado.
Keep Ahead ottlie Movement : Tin * Government \\-oik
I'H under full headway towards putting water on two hundred -
dred thousand acres of land adjacent to the Burlington
rotul , at an average cost of $25.00 It is possible today lo
secure homestead lands alongthese great ditches , in advance
of the water. You can also buy from private concernp ,
very line irrigated hinds , tinder a full and permanent water
supply , at prices ranging $25.00 to $40.00 an acre. The
history of western irrigated lands shows that their value
has increased over one hundred per cent in the past few
years. There are areas of irrigated lands in the west
that cannot be bought today for $300.00 an acre.
It Will Pay YOU to get interested in irrmnted land ,
and to get in touch with the land agents in the Norlli
Finite Vnlley , the Big Horn Basin , the Billing , Montana
district or Eastern Colorado. If you will write me for
irrigation literature descriptive of uny of tbcso localities , I
will mail it to you free , together with H list of land agente.
L. W. WAKELEY , G. A. STEWART ,
General Passenger Agt. . Agent.
Omaha , Neb.
HECKS FEED STORE ( / )
lust received a car of Ground Oil Cake which I will
M-ll Mt&W.OO * per ton. $ : M 00 per ton in one-half
| tnn lots and $1.75 per hundred for less uuantities.
Plenty of Clini'ix Chick fee' ' , just the stuff for
| hltle chicks. Satisfaction guaranteed cr money re
< funded. Floui. Bran. Shorts , chop feed , grain of all
kinds , Baled Day HI. . d Straw. Gnu ! am ! Wood , Lump
Hock and Ground Rock Salt \1-- ' u , n barrel salt.
Also garden seeds and onion - > " -
CO HECK'S FEED STORE
I Spring Opening ! |
" Of our new and extensive line of Street
% Hats , on
% SATURDAY , MARCH 10 , ' 06
Call and inspect them , as our prices
are very low and the stock complete.
MRS. D. H. BLAKENEY
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE FALLS CITY
| That Spring Suit !
i i B
Will be the latest creation in style for Spring and 3
SC ; Summer wear , if you call and make your selection
; from our late arrival of suitings. Have you inspected
them ? If not , why not ? Get busy and join the proZ2
cession of well dressed men. It costs no more to 3
dress well in clothes that fit , than it does to wear 2
9E : hand-me-downs.
Sf My stock this season is the largest and most var3
led ever brought to this city , while we havr them 3
within the reach of all. When you see a new and 13
3t = nobby suit , you may bank on it that he has examined i = S
g this elecrant line and was pleased. 31
\ JOHN WILSON |
THE TAILOR =
THE SUNNY SLOPE FARM
F. A. HUMHEL , Prop.
Breeder of U. S. Polled Durham and Shorthorn cattle. Bulls ready for ser
vice of Scotch and Cruick&hank breed , for ale. Rural Route No. 2. Porter
Mutual Telephone 2L , Humboldt. Neb. Mention this paper when writing- .
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