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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 16 , 1906 5
The Fairy Land of Jewels
The \\oncler working1 of Queen Mab herself
with all her fairy subjects skill to aid her , could
not equal the production of the Goldsmith's art
as it is understood today.
For delicacy of form and coloring1 , for grace
of design , for multiplicity of shapes and uses ,
modern jewelry has reached the highest mark.
Our connection with those producers of beau
tiful jewelry is very close and we can offer their
creations to our townspeople as soon as New
York can see them. Just now we are showing-
new ideas in Bracelets. Fall designs in plain
and colored gold , with or without sets.
Rings in all the latest designs and of all
prices. None but solid gold in stock. Call
and see our stock first-class in every detail.
A. E. The "Old Reliable"
. . Jaquet Jeweler
Eat Sowles' candy.
Corn buskers wanted at the
] < Cargrave Ranch.
A. R. Bentley was a Sabetha
W itor Monda } ' of this week.
C. H. Dale of Omaha was in
tfee city Frida3' on business.
Apples arc still being shipped
t > nt of Falls City mostly in bulk.
Robert Kanaly was the guest
ot Dawson friends last Sunday.
Ed Nolte and wife spent the
7)-iSt Sunday with friends at Re
M. Taylor of Shtibert was a
business visitor here the past
F. W. Robb of Vcrdon spent
Sunday the truest of friends in
Mrs. Ida White left Saturday
ior a visit , with friends at
R. B. Thomas was here from
Verdon in a business way last
Ethel Parchen was the guest
of friends at. Reserve , Kansas ,
the past Sunday.
John Ross returned Sunday
from a brief visit with his brother
Will , at Forest City , Mo.
L. Ililgenfield and daughter
Ida left Friday for St. Joseph ,
Mo. , to visit with friends.
Samuel Bucher went to Ver
sion and Stella the past week to
r.ttend to some building matters.
Allen D. May and family of
Salem were Sunday visitors with
Will Uhlig and wife in this city.
V " * Beulah Greenwald , who is
' ? % , * ' teaching school near Shubert ,
- ' spent Sunday at her home in this
Mrs. Ada Wells left Tuesday
or Frankfort , Kansas , where she
? : will visit with her brother , Mark
. . Wright.
ff . Sheriff Fenton and family went
* t-o Dawson where
- Sunday they
spent the day with friends and
Cards are out announcing the
wedding of Miss Bessie Dayis
and Mr. Will Schmelzel , which
event will occur next Wednesday.
Mrs. Sue E. DeWald and
grandson , Master Otho Watson ,
went to Verdon Saturday morn
ing and spent the day with her
Mrs. V. E. Emerson while enACT
ACT return from Kansas City to
ier home at Dawson spent a few
} jours in this city Tuesday , the
guest of Mrs. William Cade.
The Vinegar factory is still
building more tanks to hold their
eider vinegar. They now have
ten and will probably build two
yiore this year. Each tank holds
M. D. Lum and wife came
. * rlown from Verdon Saturday
\fj evening. Mr. Lum returned the
next day while Mrs. Lum re
mained in the city fora visit with
ier mother , Mrs. Sue E. DeWald.
C. A. Stalder was over from
Hiawatha the last of the week.
George Hall has been passing
the ten centers to his friends this
Fred A. Richards of Hiawatha
spent Saturday evening with
friends in this city.
C. A. Ncdrofr , of Verdon , was
attending to business affairs here
the past Saturday.
Mrs. D. M. Dayies and sons ,
Paul and Lloyd , went to Stella
last Saturday for a visit with rel
Sam Freeman , formerly ol this
city , spent a few days the latter
part of the past week with old
The skating rink opened at the
Jenne opera house Saturday eve
ning and enjoyed a liberal patron
age from the young people.
A new republican arrived at
the home of Representative E.
M. Pollard , in Nehawka. on
Monday morning of this week. -
Mrs. Jane Shoup , who has been
visiting with relatives here for
the past month , left the latter
part of the week for Forest City ,
J. F. Shubert , of Shubert , our
recently elected representative ,
was a pleasant caller at these
quarters the past Tuesday after
R. S. Moloii } ' , who has been
under the care of a physician for
several days , suffering with an
attack of la grippe , is now able
to be out again.
Preparations are now under
way for the Farmers institute to
be held later and it is proposed
to make the one this year the
most interesting ever held-
Win. Palmer , who has been
doing contracting work on eleva
tors in the western part of the
state , spent a few days with his
family in this ity the first of the
Dr. Fast and wife left Monday
on their trip to the old country.
They will visit Rome , Italy ,
Egypt and the Holy Lands
amongst other European places
of interest and fame.
Charlie Rickards returned on
Monday from a few week's visit
his daughter at Kansas City. He
is still very weak from his recent
illness , but it is hoped that he
will soon be well and strong
The ladies of the Christian
church will give a ten cent tea at
the home of Mrs. Joseph Gulp ,
from 5 until S o'clock Thursday
evening , November 22nd. An
invitation is extended to the
A. J. Weaver arrived in this
city the first of the week from
Battle Creek , Michigan , in which
place he has spent several weeks
with his wife , who is taking
treatment at a sanitarium. He
reports the condition of Mrs.
Weaver's health as much im
John Schute bagged a nice
bunch of mallard last week.
C. F. Rcavis made a business
trip to Kansas City this week.
P. 13. Weaver left Thursday on
a business trip to Kansas City.
Gust II. Roth of this city is
now a reader of this great week
George Cleveland was a busi
ness visitor in Omaha Wednes
Mrs. Ray Miller spent the past
week with her parents at Hum-
Grace Saylor spent Saturday
and Sunday with friends in
Morgan Severns residing near
Verdon was a visitor in this city
Matt Moore of Humboldt visit
ed with friends in this city the
George Gulp left yesterday for
California where he expects to
spend the winter.
Mrs Helen Bentley of near
White Cloud , Kans. . is visiting
relatives at this place.
Farmers Institute at Falls City
December 18-1' ) and 20th at Court
house. Come and be one of us.
Superintendent T. J. Oliver
was out of town several days the
past week visiting the district
T. A. Lindenmeyer visited in
Humboldt from Saturday to Mon
day. While there he preached
for the Christian church.
R. M. Gillan , of the South east
Nebraska Building & Loan As
sociation of Auburn , was looking
after business in this city Wednes
Mae Meyers of Kingston , Pa. ,
a cousin to the Misses Meyers of
this city , stopped here the first
of the week while on her way
Charles Wedner of Humboldt
was in this city Monday looking
after business connected with his
duties as administrator of his
Rev. II. IJ. Smith formerly
pastor of the Episcopal church
here , was down from his home at
Lincon on Wednesday , yisiting
with old friends.
John Mosiman , jr. , and Ernest
Werner took the 1:57 train Wed
nesday morning for Omaha ,
where they attended the Imple
ment Dealer's Convention.
C. L. Manshardt , wife and chil
dren , of Leonardville , Kansas are
visiting with his parents , Rev.
Manshardt and family in this
city. Mr. Manshardt was elected
County Recorder at the recent
election in his home town.
Word was received Wednesday
of the serious illness of Miss
Anna Martin , who together with
her father , Rev. E. Martin , have
made their home at Coweta , ! . T. ,
for the past two years. Miss
Martin is a sister of Mrs. G. J.
Crook and Mrs. Benj. Foster , of
To use Stock Food. We
have a Stock Food of our
own make that we have been
selling for several years. It
is made of the Purest and
Best Drugs and nothing in
it that will injure the ani
mal. It keeps them perfectly
healthy , enables them to di
gest a much larger per cent
of their fooddestroys worms
and keeps all the secretions
of tlio animal active and nat
ural. This Food will more
than pay for itself in extra
flesh produced. Try our Dip.
It is better and cheaper than
Dr. MCMILLAN , Prop.
Removal Sale !
Too many GROCERIES to move and prices will
be cut to sell. Commencing
SATURDAY , Nov. 1706
F. n. Harlow will commence to reduce stock ,
consisting of canned goods , about 3,000 cans ,
Spices , Coffee , Pickles in various forms , Sugar ,
Flour , Brooms , Crockery , Oils , Potatoes , Apples
and all forms of Dried and Evaporated Fruits.
Now is your time to get a winter supply of Qro =
ceries at COST and
Now is your opportunity to get a winter supply
of Groceries CHEAP. I am not going out of the
GROCERY BUSINESS , but want to move to my
own building by December 15th , and must reduce
FERD M. HARLOW
FALLS CITY NEBRASKA
John Gilligan returned Sunday
Mrs. John Martin is visiting
her sister in Leavenworth.
Begin planning now to attend
the Farmers Institute. It will
Prof. Werner and son Max
played for a social dance at Stella
Henry Sandrock of Merrill ,
Kansas , has our thanks for finan
cial favors during the past week.
Mrs. Will Julian returned to
this city Tuesday after a week's
visit with her sister , Mrs. McCoy
Did you know that the Farmers
Institute is to be held at Falls
City in the Court room , Decem
ber 18-1't and 20th.
A. J. Weaver accompanied by
Lawrence Meyers and the Misses
Miranda and Martha Meyers left
Thursday for the east.
Mrs. JayTipton and children
are the guests of Falls City
friends and relatives. Mrs. Tip-
ton came to attend the Davis-
Frank Gist , the thirteen-year
old son of T. J. Gist has been
very sick with appendicitis dur
ing the past week. It is thought
by the physicians an operation
has been averted.
The protracted meetings that
have been in progress at the M.
E. church , the past three weeks ,
closed Wednesday night. Rev.
Cline , the pastor , has been ably
assisted by Rev. C. L. Meyers of
South Auburn and Rev. Roberts
of Tecumseh. While the result
was not what had been hoped for
from a human standpoint , the
faithful of that congregation
have the satisfaction of knowing
that an honest effort has been
made for the betterment of man
kind , and may expect a fulfill
ment of the promise , "well done
good and faithful servant. "
Barn For Sale -Cheap.
This barn is 20 x 32 , first class
lumber , room for 8 head of stock.
Good hay mow and two bins , j
Would make good house dwell
ing. Particulars call on Ma-
comber Bros. One block west of
The first snow of the season
appeared uii Tuesday of this
week and made one realixe that
winter had indeed "come to
A cordial invitation is extended
to you a n d y o u r f a m i 1 y
to attend the Farmers Institute.
The best of talent both men and
women have been engaged.
Ephriam Peck brought to this
office one of the finest apples that
we have sampled in many a day.
The name we have forgotten but
the fruit has a morish taste and
Mr. Peck tells us they do not
thrive in Nebraska , and that he
has but one tr * e still living out
of a number set out several years
Dr. D. F. Hutchison made his
last professional trip to this city
last Monday , as he intends locat
ing at Santa Ana , Cal. , his fam
ily having been there for the
past two months. Dr. Hutchison
is an excellent optician and has
enjoyed liberal patronage at this
place and in the surrounding
neighborhood. While we are
sorry to see him go , we also wish
him success in his new field.
The new I'urit Food utid Drug law
will murk it on the labul nf every
Cough Curt ) containing Opium ,
Chloroform , or any other stuplfying or
poisonous ilrti'n' . Hut it pusbtis Dr.
Snoop's Cough Cure us made for 20
jears entirely free. Dr Snoop till
along hits bitterly opposed the use of
all opiates or narcotles. Dr. Snoop's
Cough Cure is absolutely ufo oven fo.-
the youngest babe and It cures , it
does not simply suppress. Get a bafo
and reliable Cough Cure , by simply
insibting on having Dr. Snoop's. Let
the law be your protection. Wo
cheerfully recommend und it is sold by
all dealers ,
Rye for sale at Heck's feed \
Corn huskcrs wanted at the
Mart-rave ranch. 46-31.
Foi < RUNT : Two steam heated
rooms over the state bank.
Sec those work mares and
horses at the Margrave ranch.
Sweet cider by the barrel , keg
or gallon at Heck's feed store.
WANTKD : - A girl for house
work. Good wages Apply at
The Tribune office. 4S-2t.
You will miss the best time of
your life if you miss the Farmers
Institute on the 18-19 and 20th
FOK RINT : Good barn for
horses , with place for carriage ,
has hay mow and water. Four
blocks east of court house. In-
| iiirc of Tribune. *
The Farmers Institute has secured - I
cured the best talent in the state.
Come and hear them December
18th , 19th and 20th.
The services of the Christian
church will be held at the Bap
tist church building and the two
Sunday schools will have a union j
service. All are cordially invited -
vited to attend these services.
Hi Henry's Greatest Minstrels
will appear at Gehlings Theatre
on Friday Nov. 16. The press
all along their route claim they '
are better than ever. This is certainly - *
tainly saying a great deal as
every one remembers what a sensation - ]
sation they caused on their form-
cr visit about three years ago 1
and the fine performance that !
was given. So secure seats at 1
once if you want to witness the * j
greatest minstrel performance
Hi Henry has ever presented.
For Sale or Trade.
One 10 guage , Damacus , double
barrel shotgun , with leather case ,
and 150 loaded shells ; $150.00
grade Parker , to trade on a horse
and will pay the difference. In
quire at this office.
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