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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER i9 , 1906.
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To the wonderful Arkansas J of Kansas and Colorado.
On the First and Third Tuesday of each month , Cleaver & Sebold
will run excursions to this wonderful valley , where the sunshine
is nearly perpetual. The air is dry and pure. The health of the
community is marvelous. Beautifully shaded drives abound near
the town. Hundreds of small fruit farms make the landscape
beautiful and homelike. In season the air is perfumed with the
aroma of the thousands of acres of blooming fruit trees. The
rippling water of the irrigation canals , the hum of the honey bee
and the warble of the songsters , make sweet music for cultured
ears. The nicely painted houses and well kept lawns , make a
I | fine appearing town.
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f S There are more shade trees in Garden City than is common in
< | an eastern town. The school houses are immense brick struc-
* g tures and the churches are many and of attractive and substantial -
$ tial build. The country round about is settled with a fine class
* v of people , who live in comfortable houses with neat surroundings
\ $ It is an ideal home country ; happy are those who live there and
V | happy will be those who come. Go there and add 20 years to
< j > your life and they will be twenty happy ones , too. Every farm
has its reservoir for irrigation and they are stocked with fish
which affords sport in your own yard. Long drives or rides
through the irrigated district are not only enjoyable but very in-
structive. Here is found the highest development of the art of
farming. Annual returns of $50 to $ iOO and even more per acre ,
are common. Steam plows cutting furrows miles in length are
in evidence everywhere. Things are done on a large scale here ,
but there is room for anyone who will work. Many a man makes
a living on lO acres and many a man farms lOOO acres. Lands
from $25 an acre up.
OCTOBER 2 AND 16 j
Call or write for our booklet it is free. Excursions twice each J
i * < s > month. |
CLEAVER & SEBOLD !
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OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE , - - - FALLS CITY , NEB. |
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Goo. W. I'Msclier took soiuo Hogs to
the Pulls City inurkit ! Tuesdny of this
Otto Hcraohbergor ami II. 0. Dorsto
transuded biitliiess In Pulls City Tues
John WUsmuu uml Fnuik Uiuinuui
transuded business here Tuesday.
C. II. Wlltiu tnuibuded business In
Fulls City Tuesday.
Prank Sncthon of Ihunboldt had
business at the homo of C. II. Wlltso
Ron Whltcheud was a business visi
tor at the county scat Tuesday.
C. II. WiltseV. . P. Dorsto , Arba
Duncan and Otto Flcrec ! ) border were
among the many apple haulers to the
various packing points this week.
John Maring of Palls City was lookIng -
Ing after business at his Sunny Valley
Mrs. Fred Thiemun and Carrie
Buckmlnlstor returned from Council
Bluffs the llrst of the wcnk accompan
ied by their sister Mrs. Fannie John
son who had been ailing for several
months. They thought the sights of
homo and a change from city activity
to qulst farm surrounding would be
t benefit to her health. She Is feeling
much better at this writhing.
John Melntzer of Ohio precinct was
a Kulo caller Tuesday.
Mrs. Williams of St. Joseph is visit
ing at the homo of Mrs. Win. Wlss-
man this week.
Henry Ebel of Sunny Valley hauled
a largo load of line largo potatoes to
the Pulls City market Wednesday.
A. K. Swain of Sunny Valley dug
fifty bushels of line Rural Now Yorker
two pound potatoes from ono fifth acre
of ground Tuesday.
Edward Frederick of Sunny Valley
had important business In Fulls Cltj
Albert Bauman transacted business
In Falls City Monday.
S. M. Jones transacted business ir
Sweet potatoes are an Immense croj
around Fargo. Some are very largi
and weigh ten to fifteen pounds.
R. D. Fouts and family moved ti
S. Joseph this week.
Gust Yoesel and wife of Sunny Val
ley were Rule callers Friday.
A. K. Swain was a business vislto
in Falls City Friday.
The Fischer bridge has been treatei
to a new plank lloor greatly to th
satisfaction of those who cross ,
The members of the Arugo Cemetery
association met Prlduy and did u general <
oral cleaning up in honor of the du
John Paul ami Adam Uickel were I
pleasant business callers heru Satur-1
day. Adam iMckel Is prepuirlng to |
build u flue new burn yet this fall.
0. C. Roy and wife transacted busi
ness in this citv Saturday.
Win. Slmms caught ti 10S pound
cat llsh that he sold for $80 the other
Walter Hukcr and Miss Tillio Thlc-
mun of Craig , Mo. , were married at
thu homo of the bride's parents Tues
day. The groom Is the foreman of the
Bllby Ranch. The bride Is quite well
known here. Their friends extend to
them a generous welcome to this
Frank Martin Oakley and family
wore llulo callers Saturday uftornoon.
Messrs Jones , Zimmerman and
Dorty were Rule callers Saturday.
The Scholtol brothers hauled cord
wood from the blulTs Friday.
Mrs. Katie Schock of Sunny Valley
was a pleasant Rule caller Saturday.
Godfred Rescho is fixing the roads
in his district In tine condition.
Mrs. Daniel Zimmerman of Fort
Hazel who wont to Grlgsby , Kansas to
islt her son for two weeks likes the
country so well that she will stay to
the limit of her ticket.
KHUBIIS City Stock Yimls , Oct. ,
15 , 1006. Cattle supply was
8(5,000 ( lust week , including 13,000
cnlves , the largest week's receipts
this yenr. The feature was the
extra largo percentage of stocked
and feeders , principally Western
and Panhandle range stutV , and
the very good demand for them
Country buyers set the pace al
week , often invading the ranks ol
the killer buyers , and there was i
general advance of 5 to 15 centi
on all kinds , except western cows
weak to 10lower , and heavy calvei
25 cents lower. The supply to
day is 23.000 cattle and 3,00 (
calves , market strong to a slmdi
higher. The yards were wel
cleaned out at the close of las
week , considering the big run
and all hands are in shape t <
make liberal purchases this week
It is getting late enough in th
season for most country buyers tc
have perfected their arrangements
for the winters operations , and n
brisk demand for stackers and
feeders is likely to continue SOUK
time. Heavy receipts are also
to be expected , as frosts have been
general over the range country.
Fat steers are ecnrce , top las !
week S(5.10 ( , except a load of Show
steers at $7.50. The best stuil
last week was only medium qual
ity , prime steers would probablj
bring 80.75 , top today $0.15 , bull )
of fed steers sell at § 5.25 to § 0.00
grass steers $3.50 to $5.00 , cowi
$2.35 to $3.25 , heifers $3.00 l (
to $1.25 , some above this , o
course , bulls $2.10 to $3.25 , ligh
veals $5.50 to $0.75 , heavy calve .
$3.00 to $1.25 , range stackers am
feeders $3.00 to $1.00 , best nativ
stockers $ -1.35 , feeders $ -1.75.
Hog receipts were larger las
week , the market lower middle o
the week , but closed strong Sal
urday. Run is 5000 today marke
strong to f > cents higker , weighl
between 200 and 250 pounds sel
ing best , at SO.-10 to $0.50 , heav
hogs $0.40 to $0.45 , light weigh
$0.30 to $0.45 , pigs $5.75 to $0.2i
Receipts should increase eac
week now for awhile.
Sheep run was smaller la
week , market stronger on laml
and country sheep , packers tryin
to buy muttons cheaper Run
15,000 today , mostly Utahs nil
NYesterns. but fat natives begi
ning to come more freely , mark ;
strong. Lambs sell from $7.00 1
$7.50 for good ones , yearlings v
to $5.05 , wethera $5.20 , ew
$5.00 , feeding lambs $5.80
$0.2d , feeding wethers and bree
ing ewes $ -1.75 to $5.25 , old fee
ing ewes around $ -1.00.
Walnuts Wanted ,
Five hundred bushel at Heel
Danger In Fa. 11 Cold.
Full colds ure liable to hang on :
winter leaving the seeds of pneumon
bronchitis or consumption Pole ;
Honey and Tar cures quickly and pi
vents serious results. It is old and i
liable , tried and tested , safe and sui
contains no opiates and will not cons
pate. For sale at all drug stores.
Cures Biliousness , Sick Cleanses the system
Headache , Sour Stomach thoroughly and clears
ach , Torpid Liver and sallow complexions of
Chronic Constipation. PimPles and blotches.
Pleasant to taKe It is guaranteed
For Sale at KEER'5 Pharmacy , Falls City , Nebr.
Cheap Farm Land.
Southwest Offers Best Opportunities
For Securing Homes.
Many farmers in the Northern
and Eastern states are selling their
high priced lands and locating in
the Southwest. Many who have
been unable to own their homes
in the older country are buying
lands in the new country.
Unusual opportunities exist
along the lines of the Missouri
Pacific-Iron Mountain Route.
The rich , alluvial , delta lands and
river bottom lands of Southeast
Missouri , Eastern Arkansas ,
Louisiana and Texas , capable of
producing 00 bushels of corn , a
bale of cotton , 4 to 0 tons of alfalfa
150 bushels of potatoes , and other
grains , vegetables and hay crops ,
can be bought for $7.50 to $15.00
per acre. When cleared and
slightly improved will rent for ,
$4.00 to $0.00 per acre cash. I
Uplands more rolling , lighter ;
soil , adapted to fruit growing [
peaches , pears , plums grapes ,
berries also melons , , tomatoes
and other vegetables , can be
bought for $5.00 to $10.00 per
acre in unimproved state. Many
places with small clearings and
some improvements can be bought
Write for inap and descriptive
literature on Missouri , Arkansas ,
Louisiana Texas , Kansas or In
dian Territory. Very cheap rates
on first and third Tuesdays of
TOM HUGHES , T. P. A. ,
Omaha , Neb.
or H. C. TOWN-SEND , G. P. &T. A. ,
St. Louis , Mo.
October , 1DOO.
Cheap One Way to Pacific
Coast : Cheap Colonist rates ,
daily to San Francisco , Los
Angeles , Portland , Seattle , Tacoma -
ma and other Coast territory ,
nearly one-half rates : also cheap
one way rates to Montana , Wyom
ing , Big Horn Basin , Utah and
Western Colorado , daily until Oc
tober : ji.
Round Trip to the Coast :
Daily Tourist rates in eil'ect all
winter to Pacific Coast destina
tions with variable routes.
Denver , Colorado Springs and
Pueblo : Half rates plus $2.00
round trip , October 13th to 10th ,
t inclusive , limit October 31st.
d To the East and South -.Very
low homeseeker'e and Winter
Tourist excursions through the
Autumn and Winter to various
, destinations throughout the
Homeseekers' Excursions :
Frequently each month to Western -
. ern Nebraska , Eastern Colorado ,
Big Horn Basin , dry land farm-
y ing destinations or irrigated sec-
a. Free Kinkaid Lands : Write
ih Clem Denver , Agent Burlington's
Homeseekers' Information Bureau
ist at 100-1 Farnam St. , Omaha , about
JS getting hold of a free section ol
ig Kinkaid lands now being restored
id to the public domain.
n- Visit the Old Home : Low excursion -
et cursion rates to the old home
ton points in Illinois , Iowa , Wisconsin
n > Missouri and other middle states
'CS destinations , Oct. flth and 23rd.
ted Nov. Idth and 27th , limit thirtj
Low Round Trip Rates via the
Burlington : To Illiniois , Indiana -
diana , Kentucky , Michigan , New
' York , Ohio , Ontario , Pennsyl
lc'S vauin and West Virgiaia , Oct 1911 :
with 30 days return limit. Asl
the local Agent for further in.
E. G. WHITFOKD , Agt.
y's "Watch The Kidney * . "
re- "When they are affected , life is ii
re- danger , " says Dr. Aberuethy , the
re , preat English physician. Foley's Kid
iti- uey Cure makes sound kidneys. Fo :
sae ! at all drug stores.
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
FOR NEWS , AT $1 FEU YEAR.
PIANO BALDWIN BROS. J
f A full line of the Small Musical Instruments , f
\ Latest Sheet Music , Edison and Victor Records. J
We also carry a large stock of
, SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES >
Falls City Music Company |
Opposite Court House i
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WITH ITS 1906 CROPS
From Omaha and Council Bluffs to Western Nebraska
and Kansas every Tuesday , round trip one fare plus S2.00 , C
minimum excursion rale $0.00. '
To Eastern Colorado Brush , Port Morgan , Sterling , C c :
Haxtum , Holyoke , Wray , Yuma , AkiMin mid other points , first Cc.
and third Tuesdays of each month , round trip rate one fare c.
plus $2.00. c.c
To Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo , first and third
Tuesdays of each month , round trip rate 820.00. i
To South Dakota , Wyoming , ( Big Horn Basin ) Montana ,
first and third Tuesdays of each month , round trip rate one
fare plus $2.00 maximum $20.00 from Omaha.
Stop-overs allowed in homeseekers' territory in either
direction , final limit twenty-one days.
The excellent 10015 crops along the Burlington's lines
furnish a strong object lesson to homeseekors and investors as
to the permanent and increasing values of farm lands under
modern and intelligent methods of farming.
Send for the Burlington's list of Western Land Agents , or
mention the locality about which you desire to inform your
self , and we will put you in touch with Land Agents.
Folders free "Free Homesteads " "
on application : , "Big
Horn Basin , " Billings District" , North Platte Valley" , Ne-
21 braska Book" , also now on press , new folder.
Burlington "Dry Land Farming along the Burlington. "
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