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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 26 , 1906.
To the wonderful Arkansas Valley 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
cars. The nicely painted houses and well kept lawns , make a
fine appearing town.
There are more shade trees in Garden City than is common in
an eastern town. The school houses are immense brick struc
tures and the churches are many and of attractive and substan
tial build. The country round about is settled with a fine class
of people , who live in comfortable houses with neat surroundings
It is an ideal home country ; happy are those who live there and
happy will be those who come. Go there and add 2,0 years to
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 iG acres and many a man farms iGOO acres. Lands '
from $25 an acre up.
OCTOBER 2 AND 16
Call or write for our booklet it is free. Excursions twice each
CLEAVER & SEBOLD
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE , FALLS CITY , NEB.
; Mrs. Matilda X.lmmerman rclurned
from Grlgsby Kansas and likes old
Richardson belief for her trip.
Martin FreeUchor transacled busi
ness in Rule Friday.
C. H. WiltMi purchaser , a 1110 aero
f farm one mile bouth of Humboldt last
week. The consideration was near
the $12,000 , mark.
v The son and daughter of Mr. Wolf
i have come down to stay with the old
* gentleman. They nro Irom near
f Geneva , Nebr. , where Mr. Wolf Sr. ,
used to live and own a line farm.
Daniel Iloofnail of Rule had busi
ness at the homo of J. II. Rector of
J'ort Hazel Friday afternoon.
Goo. Fischer transacted business in
j Rule Friday.
I John Thiltgcs transacted business in
| Rule Saturday.
J Molvln Randolph has been so badly
aulictcd with bolls this week that he
! can not labor any.
Mrs. Fanny Johnson returned to her
) Council HlutTs homo by the way of
5 Auburn , Nohr. , where she vUlted her
| sister of that city.
[ Mrs. Mima Nlf/seho spent several
j days visiting relatives around Craig ,
I Mo. , this wcolf.
| John Gentry of Fort Hazel transact-
| cd business In Rule Saturday. Ho has
} leased a farm in Oklahoma for next
Carrie E. llojd was a pleaeaut Rule
i caller Saturday.
! Mary Thlltges Is keeping house for
her uncle William Wllker of Fort
j Hazel. She has a new piano which
she ib justly proud.
John 1'retschor , J. E. Randall and
G. H. Fischer were business callers al
t Hon. Cass Jones and Frank Shuborl
were shaking hands with friends hen
Danger In Fo.ll Cold.
Fall colds uro liable to hang on ul
winter leaving the seeds of pneumonia
bronchitis or consumption Foley1
Honey and Tar cures quickly and pre
vents serious results. It is old and re
liable , tried and tested , safe and sure
contains no opiates and will not const !
pate. For sale at all drug stores.
Walnuts Wanted ,
Fiye hundred bushel at Heck'
See those work mares an
horses at the Margrave ranch.
Hold Your Friends.
Having carefully chosen a few
friends , we should never let them
go out of our lives if we can by
any possibility retain them.
Friendship is too rare and sacred
fi treasure lightly to be thrown
away. And yet many people are
not careful to retain their friends.
Some lose them through inatten
tion , failing to maintain those
little amenties , and kindnesses
which cost so little , and yet are
hooks of steel to grapple and
hold our friends. Some drop old
friends for new ones. Some take
offense easily at imagined slights
or neglects , and ruthlessly cul
the most sacred ties. Some be
come impatient of little faults ,
and discard even truest friend
ships. Some are incapable of
any deep or permanent affection ,
fly from friendship to friendship
like birds from bough to bough ,
but make no nest for their hearts.
There are a great many ways of
losing friends. But when we
have once taken them into our
lives we should cherish them as
rarest jewels. If slights are giv
en , let them be overlooked. If
misunderstandings arise , let
them be quickly set right. Se
The opponents of Congressman
Pollard are ringing in side issues
to defeat him but the voters of
this district will do well to keep
in mind that Congressman Pol
lard is not the issue. His oppon
ent is a democrat and consequently
quently a free trader. He wouU'
meddle with the tariff and will
the business conditions that an
responsible for the prosperity o !
the country and bring in its placi
distress if elected. Congressmat
Pollard belongs to and work !
with the party whose policiei
haye promoted the welfare of tin
nation. He represents a part
whose actions speak louder thai
words. His appeal to the peopli
for their votes is based on wha
his party has done and is doinj
is wisely administering the af
fairsof , government while it has
had complete control. If the
people want the government car
ried on in the future the same
way it lias been in the past -if
they want to experience more of
republican prosperity and of the
Uoosevclt "square deal" to every
body it is their duty to vote for
the man who represents these
things Congressman Pollard.
Ncinaha County Kepublican.
First Christian Church.
Services of the First Christian
church , Lordsday , Oct. 21st :
( J-5 : } a. in. , Bible School.
11:00 : a. in. communion.
11:30 : a. in. , morning sermon.
3:00 : p. m. Junior Kmlcavor.
( > :30 : p. m. Senior Y. P. S.C. E-
7:30 : p. m. , evening sermon.
All are cordially invited and
I strangers and visitors in the city
are kindly welcomed to attend all
of these services.
T. A. LixnKN.MKYKK ,
Any boy who will secure 10 )
new subscriptions for The Kan
sas City weekly Journal at 25
cents a year each , making a total
of S2.50 , and will send the names
together with the money to The
Kansas City Journal will be giv
en an Air Kiilc as a present ,
The name of this Air Rifle is tin
King , and it is certainly the king
of Air Rifles.
It is made of polished stcei
handsomely nickeled. GcnuitK
black walnut stock , peep rear an <
Rockey Mountain front sight
Shoots B B shot or darts accu
rately with great force. Lengtl
: 31 inches , weight 2 pounds. Al
Now is the time for the bov t (
earn a splendid Air Rifle. Thi
offer will hold good until Jan.
1 , 1907.
Send for samples for canvass
Do not fail to write your nam
and address plainly and giv
your nearest express office , as th
Air Rifle will have to be shippei :
Send your money remittanc :
by post office money order o
draft , and address The Kansa
City Journal , Kansas Cit } ' , Mo
Do not riok having
Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bright's Disease
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes
For Sale by all DRUGGISTS
Cheap Farm Land.
Southwest Offers Best Opportunities
For Securing Homes.
Many farmers in the Northern
nnd 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 GO bushels of corn , a
bale of cotton , 4 to G tons of alfalfa
150 bushels of potatoes , and other
grains , vegetables and hay crops ,
can be bought for 37.50 to SJo.OtT
per acre. When cleared and
slightly improved will rent for
S4.00 to SG.OO per acre cash.
Uplands more rolling , lighter
soil , adapted to fruit growing
peaches , pears , plums grapes , !
berries also melons , , tomatoes 1
and other vegetables , can be
'bought for S5.00 to $10.00 per
acre in unimproved state. Many
places with small clearings and
some improvements can be bought
Write for tuiip 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. 0.TOWN-SEND , G. P. &T. A. ,
St. Louis , Mo.
October , 190G.
Cheap One Way to Pacific
Const : 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 , dailj until Oc
Hound Trip to the Coast : ;
Daily Tourist rates in effect 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 KHh ,
inclusive , limit October 31st.
To the East aud South : Very
low homeseeker's aud 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 Bnsin , dry land farm
ing destinations or irrigated sec
Free Kinkaid Lands : Write
Clem Deaver , Agent Burlington's
Homeseekers' Information Bureau
at 1001 Farnam St.Omaha , about
getting hold of a free section of
Kinkaid lands now being restored
to the public domain.
1 Visit the Old Homo : Low ex
cursion rates to the old home
points in Illinois , Iowa , Wisconsin
Missouri and other middle states
destinations , Oct. 9th and 23rd.
Nov. 13th and 27th , limit thirty
Low Hound Trip Rates via the
Burlington : To Illiniois , In
isis diana , Kentucky , Michigan , New
York. Ohio , Ontario , Pennsyl
vania and West Virginia , Oct 19th
with 30 days return limit. Ask
the local Agent for further in-
e E. G. WHITFORD. Agt.
d "Wttch The Kidneys. "
"When they are affected , life is in
e danger , " says Dr. Aberoethy , the
r preat English physician. Foloy's Kid
is ney Cure makes sound kidneys. For
3. sale at all drug stores.
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
FOR. NEWS , AT $1 PER. YEAR.
PIANO BALDWIN BROS. J
f A full line of the Small Musical Instruments , <
i Latest Sheet Music , Edison and Victor Records. >
We also carry a large stock of i
SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES j
Falls City Music Company
Opposite Court House
I flixed Farming and Dairy
, , - _
I ing = = Become Independent
a Every man who wishes to better his condition in life , or
' 5 who desires to stnrt his sons on the road to success , and espec-
o inlly every renter who wants to own land , should send a postal
a todoy for n free copy of the folder , "A Good Dairy District. "
3 It tells about a new region just coming into prominence as
§ a successful dairying country. Land is very cheap , pure water
o and nutricious grasses are abundant , there is a market for all
§ products at good prices , the climate is equable and healthful
g and the settlers already there aae desirable neighbors.
) Very cheap round trip tickets the liret and thind Tuesdays
§ of each month ail'ords a splendid opportunity for investigation.
H Don't forget to write me for the folder and also send me
? the names of your eastern friends who want to come west.
DO IT NOW
BURLINGTON PASSENGER DEPT.
1004 FARNAM ST. , OMAHA
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