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THB FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , HARCH 8. 1907
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ,
Entered a * * ecoml-cUM matter a'
FAlls City , Nebraska. post office. Janu
ary 12 , VXM. under f h Act of Cotigrcs *
ff March 3. 1 < 57 >
erenr Friday lit Fall * City.
X bmk . by
FKe Tribune Publishing Company
L. F. Shnrts , Manager
Owe year SI.OO
Six month * W
Three month * * 5
Signs of spring : The boys were
flying kites Saturday.
Don't rush the season by shed
ding your red flannels too early.
Two sets of hunters brought in
a total of seventy-nine ducks one
day last week.
The Texas legislature vindi
cated Senator Bailey and he is
back in the senate , but -
At the present rate of increase
the convent will lead in the li
brary contest in three weeks.
A peek-a-boo waist was abroad
Sunday- Spring will soon be
here in fact as well as in theory.
Judging from the Thaw trial
about the only method of clcvat-
tnjr ( ! ifajji * would be to use a
Fore * of circumstances com
pelled us to omit the vote on the
library contest last week and as
a result our telephone bell is worn
If you want an illustration of
patient suffering just look at a
jury of farmers after the lawyers
have been addressing them all
The resignation of Senator
Spooner of Wisconsin removes
from public life one of the most
accomplished statesmen of his
The false and cruel story about
the late William A. Margraye is
about as dastardly as one could
imagine. The scandal monger
should leave the dead alone.
Secretary * of War Taft seems to
be the choice of the rank and file
for president. A vote \vas taken
in seven legislature : ; last vcck
and Taft lead by a large margin.
Fairbanks was second.
Falls City and Salem are both
to give chautauquas next sum
mer. Now if we could sandwich
in a few ball games and a couple
of race meetings 1 guess the east
end would be going some.
Governor Sheldon permitted
the two cent nitc bill to bccomt
a law without his signature. The
governor was in/favor of leaving
all questions of passenger am
freight tariffs to the railroac
The meeting of the count }
board should prove very interest
ing. It is hoped that many taj
payers will attend in order tha
the truth of McCray's bridg *
building and the falsity of th <
Journal's charges may be full ]
Tom Mungcr has been ap
pointed district judge of th (
United States ior the southen
district of Nebraska. This oflici
carries a salary of a little mon
than $600 a month and is of lif
tenure. Thomas is lucky and hi
.friends are showering him wit !
Every once in a while a sub
scriber will make a suggestioi
looking to the improvement o
The Tribune. These sugget
tions are always welcome , no
only because they arc often pei
tinent , but as well for the reaso
that they show an interest in th
The suggestion that the loc ;
chautaiKjua employ the locr
band is both timely and gooc
By all means give the patrons th
opportunity of hearing Pro ;
Ilurnack's band , both for tl ;
pleasure of the people and th
benefit of the chautauqua assoc
Bank for Women
Many of the ladies of this city and
vicinity do not know that the
Falls City State Bank
desires their account. Quite a number
do , and make weelky or monthly depos
its of their savings.
We receive deposits from 51.00 and
, upwards and pay interest on Time De
A splendid way to save money is by
depositing a small sum each week or .
Everybody boost for the chau-j
tauqua. It will be well worthy
every effort you may make for it.
A Falls City man has a big
white Tom cat that he has named
Stanford White. It is said that
Stanford lives up to 1m name.
Mr. Dooiey. "If the doctors !
would open fewer people and I
more window * there wouldn't be |
so many Christian Scientists. ' ' !
The adjournment of the repub
lican caucus Monday night indi
cates that a business man's ticket
chosen with the single idea of j
the general good may be selected.
The Farmers Mutual telephone
company will soon furnish a di
rectory of subscribers ffor the use
of Falls City business men. Such
a move will greatly increase the
business of the local toll station.
Jack GHnes , who returned from
Denver a few days ago suffering
with appendicitis , was operated
on Tuesday by Dr. Houston as
sisted by Drs. Reneker and Boose.
While Jack was very sick and did
not stand the chloroform well , he
is recovering nicely and the oper
ation is pronounced an entire
New spring goods and novelties
in silks , linens , dainty summer
goods and all the new materials
are arriving daily at the Fred E ,
Schmilt store. All the pretty
spring goods are ready for your
inspection , not only in the mater
ial for that new , Kaster dress but
the new braid trimming as well.
The best of goods at right prices.
Call-see them. Fred , E Schmitt.
A commercial man , Mr. Iloxie
by name , while enjoying a pleas
ant chat with the court house
officials , happened to meet Mr.
Kucgge. The knight of the
road is about the best we have
ever seen in the art of sleight oi
hands dumonstations and now
Henry Kucgge is taking a re
gular course of training tc
master "the vanishing hand. " ]
Harvey Wahl has been having
great luck as a hunter this week ,
mowing down the canvass backs
like the experienced hunter he is ,
The canvass backs were par
ticularly pleasing after going
through the feather removing
stage , the knife stage and tlu
serving stage at least we thinl
so although ) we couldn't voucl
for the same.
W. B. Hoffnell and family art
moving this week from their for
mcr home near this city to thei
1 new farm home near DetroitKan
Lou Marburger , Humboldt'i
leading shoe man , was a pleasan
caller at this office on Thursday
Miss McDonald placed her sub
scription one year ahead last Fri
G. A. Freiburghouse of thi
city was a pleasant caller at thes
quarters Saturday afternoon.
John Kloepfel called here Snt
urday and will continue to rea
The Tribune for .another year.
Harry Schrader while dow
from Verdon Tuesday was a plea
Sant caller on The Tribune force
EXTREMES MEET AGAIN.
Bowler Hallo , Triggs , It must ne
years since I saw you ! Great-Scott !
How tall you arc , too !
Softat Yes , I'm pretty tall , but cu
riously I am always as "abort , " as
HE THOUGHT IT OVER.
The boaster wn. ° telling what a
walker he is.
"Why , " he paid , in his usual Hclf-
cforgetful way , "I'm good for any
distance. T could start right in at
this ver3 * moment' and walk clear
round the earth. "
"I'd like to see you try it/ ' re
marked the other man. "But take
my advice. When you do try it
don't attempt to walk more than
20,000 miles. That's far enough.
Think it over. "
The bonstcn thought it over and
finally rcalizcu that if he started
round the earth and walked bnt
20,000 miles lie would stop short at
a point about 5,000 miles from the
point whore ho started.
And ho didn't like iho other man
very wll after that.
The woman with thin lips and a
raspy voice stopped up before the
languidly indifferent ticket seller in
the rnilwny Btnlion.
"Where do you want to g < f ? " ho
nskocl ns his jeweled Angers rifllod a
bunch of. pasteboards' .
"Xone of your business where I
want to go ! " she snapped. "Just
you sell mo a ticket to Xow York ,
1mb bear it in mind ihnt I'm going
there because I've got io ; not be
cause I want to. " Washington
A FINE LINK CHAIN.
Toticlii't ; Is there any connecting
link hctwci'ii the animal and the
\v jt > h lili' kingdom ?
"rhihi I'upil Yes , mum ; there'i
* ' - -Philadelphia Inquirer.
RETURN OF THE "BUGLE.
Once upon u time the very sound
of the word bugle , as applied to mut
ters of dress , was looked upon as the
personification of nil that was dowdy
and impossible. Even the more man
who wrote novels always represented
the most down-trodden of caretak
ers or ( onth-ratp lodging-house keep
ers us wearing black bounds with
bugle trimming , or shabby silk
mantle * upon "which n few bugles
still survived to tell the Inlo of de
And now , by n strange him of
fashion' * wheel , bugles linvo actual
ly come buck to favor , and we find
Utem in clear crystal , in silver and
gold and in various color * , sunning
themselves in the smilee of the most
:1 : important couturieras , and prepar
ing oven io play a prominent part
on tlu ? evening frocks of the imme
diate future * anfl tbe court gowns of
I THAT FCOrVOMY-S1 "No
CRIME" . IF V
K COOP MATERIALSYOU CAN
AFFORD To. UBT ( JS
II FURNISH YOU
III MATE" R
I "BU-STET ?
V/E KKOV/ THAT MANY V/iSH TO 5UILD THEIR.
DR.ESSES TO .SUIT THEMSELVES ; TO ? THOSE
WHO Do V/E HAVE HEAPS Of-SPLENDID SEA
VCl SONABLE MATERIALS. DO NOT RELIEVE 5E-
8 CAUSE V/E MAKE THE FOLLOWING PR.ICES ON
OUR DRESS GOODS THAT THE QUALITY IS
NOT GOOD. YOU SHOULD SEE OUR. NEW PoKA
DoTT 5ATESE IN ALL SHADES AND SIZE
DOTTS AT J OC. < JUST THE THING FOR. EAP.LY
WAIST. OUR 5ARNA5Y CHAM5REYS THE
5EST WASHING GOODS IN THE MARKET FOR
J 5C AND THE 5IGGEST LINE OF WASH GOODS
EVER BROUGHT To FALLS CITY , FROM IOC UP
NEBRASKAY SAMUEL WAHL
Complies with oil rcq-jlicTrr' ; of Irf Natiorr . Pure Food Law , Guarantee No. 2041 , filed at Washington.
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Advice of the largest coffee dealers
in the world is always to buy the old-
fashioned Arbuckles' ARIOSA Coffee in
the sealed packages. Don't ask for a pound of Mocha and Java , or buyj the price ,
for Coffee fluctuates and you cannot get the same coffee for the same price all the time
unless you pay too much for it. Most of the so-called Mocha and Java Coffee is simply
masquerading , and is not nearly as good coffee for you as Aibuckles * ARIOSA , the blend
of the Brazilian Coffees most suitable to the taste and health of American people. By the
looks there is no difference between roasted Java and Brazilian Coffees ; many people drink Brazilian but pay for Java.
The principal difference is that Arbucklss' costs you less. It is'a mbtakc to believe that a high price.guarantees
quality. When you buy Arbuclclcs * ARIObA Coffee , you get a full one pound package of the leading Coffee of live
world. Its sales for 37 yein me Dealer t'.jan ' he combined sales of all the otlicr packaged coffees. By giving better
Coffee for the money , we have buill up n In . , 't - * . Ceding the combined buJaessei of tS.e four nc.\t large-t coffee firmi
in the whole world. If your dealer wi/ > t ' i" the genuine , write Io ARBUCKLS BROS. . N W Y k City ,
George Gilligan is seriously ill
J. S. Leyda bagged a number
of ducks on Wednesday.
August Caston of near Rule
was a Falls City visitor Wednes
'IClva J. Crook and family of
Tuttle , I. ' T. are visiting with
relatives in this city.
II. A. Fisher , on route three
has our thanks for subscription
layers the past week.
( Jeogre l allskeu , of Kansas
City , spent a few days the first
of this week with friends in this
13arl and Wilma Cline who are
attending school at Peru will
j spend Sunday with their parents
I in this city.
Fred Billings , aged 20 , andj
Bonnie Tyree , aged 18 , both of
Dawson , married by Judge
Gagnon Feb. 18th.
Charles W. Perry , aged 21 ,
and Clara M. Wuster , aged 19.
both'of Dawson , married by
Judge Gagnon Feb. 2Sth
Milton McGuire , aged 20 , and1
.lennie Campbell , aged 20 , both
of Merrill , married by Judge
Gagnon March Oth.
John Kee , aged 20. and Delia
Harshberger , aged 21 , bpth of
.Archie Bacon , ajjad.2i } , and
Myrtle Duryea , aged IS , both of
Car load of Crushed Kock and
Lump Rock salt comiugwill ; make
low price in Bulk at car.
v O. P. HKCK.
There are more hearty laughs ,
more chuckles and still more
smiles ; a sense of pleased ap
preciation of the picturesque
scenery , fabulous glory of the
costumes , tuneful and whistle- *
able music , ranging from sweet - *
sentimentality to topical and
tuneful nonsense , in witnessing
a performance o'f Weber & Fields'
greatest success 'Hoity Toity , ' ' ' ' - ' -
than in all other musical comedies - . ' : '
dies combined ; and if you are
looking for something out of > " 'j * "
the ordinary , it's up to you to ' '
fall in line for the performance , , / '
at the Gehliug , Friday March r
: IVo good men to
trim apple trees.
HENRY C. SMITH ,
Falls City. Neb-
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