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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MARCH 29 , 1907
Back to the farn ; !
That's where you
t. . ' coffee.
None cf that "fresh roaaU J loose
by t * c jound"store stuff from
ncL.\ ' know where , full of dust ,
atmciphcre at. 1 soiled hand : , but
the red ! old , gc.-uinc egg and sugar
contcrl Articles' ARIOSA
Coffee , which the folks keep in
the original package and grind in
That's Coffee !
Cw"p > iM wii i nil r-T'trrm-c ! ) cf the National Pure
Food Law , Cutrantrc No. 2KI ( , dW l WiJjnjlon.
The editor was traveling re
cently on a sleeping car. In tlie
berth above him was a man
whose nervous restlessness he
had occasion to note more than
once during the night. lie had
not met this fellow-traveler be
fore retiring , and so found him-
sell wondering what could be
the matter. The mystery was
explained the next morning ,
The guest of the liigh perch was
the lirst passenger out of bed.
Awakened by his descent , the
editor decided to get up too.
Upon entering the dressing room
he met his neighbor of the night
for the first time. He was sur
prised to discover , in the tlrst
place , that he was quite a young
man. But though he was , his
face wore a haggard expression
that made him appear almost
old , and his trembing hands
hacking cough , and nervous
manner betokened a state of ex
treme physical debility. The
editors silent comment was
"That young man will be in his
grave in a short while. " Mean
while , the porter havingbrough
his suit case , the young felloe
drew forth a bottlu of whiskj
and , having courteously offeree
to share the contents with his
fcllovr-passcngcr , proceeded to
drink a quantity ot the liquid
poison that to the unsophistica
ted editor was quite amazing.
He then opened a case of cigar
ettes and began to smoke. After
a half hour's vigorous puffing he
took another drink and then
proceeded to smoke again.
Reaching his destination at
length the editor left the train ;
but all through the day that
weary , haggard face , on which
the prophecy of early death
was so clearly written , haunted
him , How sad , how pitiful it
\Yl seemed ! The young man
had evidently been brought up
amid gentle surroundings. His
speech and manner were those
of a cultivated gentleman. And
yet he was actually destroying
himself , both soul and body , by
the use of these poisons ; for
that is precisely what they are
and the youth who uses them is
just as certainly committing
iuicide as is the man who takes
strychnine or arsenic. The
only difference is that the latter
poisons kill at once , while the
former olten stretch out the
dying process through years ol
misery. AVhy will young met
be foolish ? Why do boys some
times imagine that it is manlj
to do what the filthiest ant
most ignorant street gamin cai
do ? The manly things in con
duct are the things that main
for real manhood , and real man
hood at its best means a SOUIK
mind in a sound body. Gooi
healthy sport in the open air i
manly ; so is hard honest work
But vices that weaken both bed ;
and mind are unmanly an
L m % § THE BOWELS AN
| % * Il 1 \ * KM WORK OFF A COL
IVI W IM WITH THB OaiGISJ
BK'BLAXATIVE XXI I "VI
C6IOB StKHP. f f 11 llBvH *
8I6T FOR A VX * J\3ll
Back In ' 65.
Forty two years ago the eigh-
eenth da ) ' of March was a
ncmorablc day for Dr. J. 0.
Yutzv of this city. It was then
hat the great Civil \vir was wag'
ng and the country was so surely
liviclcd. The doctor was then
iving but a few miles from the
Maryland line and enlisted in the
iriny of the Blue. lie was cap-
urcd in one of the battles and
ogether with many others was
> ut in the southern prison. On
he twi'iitysecond day of Febru-
iry Dr. Yutssy was liberated from
irison and with other paroled
msoners was taken home via
the Atlantic ocean , arriving at
lishomeon the eighteenth day
March , 1865. He was weak from
sickness and the lack of the
necessaries of life and for many
weeks his recovery was doubtful.
Many other of the civil war boys
remember the year of 62.
Coughs and colds contracted at this
season of the year should have im
mediate attention. Bcus Laxative
Cough Syrup , contains Ilnney and Tin1
and Is unequalled for hoitrfenefH croup
and coutfh . Pleasant to take ; mothers
endorse It ; children liku to taku It.
Contains no opiates. Move ? the bowel ? .
Sold by A. G. Wanner.
Test Proves Quality.
Col. Marion has just closed one
of the greatest and moat success
ful spring seasons of any since
he has been in the autionccriiig
business selling since January 1st
up to March 16th , about one
hundred and thirty live thousand
dollars worth of stock and never
in the ; history of this county has
material hold for such high prices
as they are selling today. Dur
ing this time he sold a team of
marcs for six hundred and two
dollars and a half , sold a milk
cow for seventy two dollars , a
pair of mules for four hundred
and seventy dollars ) a brood sow
for two hundred and twenty dollars
lars , and chickens as high as
eight dollars and a quarter per
dox.cn. We would like to hear
from the other autioueers from
these parts and sec if this record
can be beaten. Col. Marion has
has few centals in crying sales
and his services arc greatly in
demand. The prices here quoted
certainly show the prosperity of
the country and also the high
grade of the material.
"Just look , dear. Don't you
hink I am a real automobile
irl ? What of my automobile
eil ? " ,
"It is beautiful. "
"And this automobile coat
sn't it ? '
becoming to my figure
"And the automobile cap.
) id you ever see anything set so
"And even my hair is in a
eautiful automobile trousle.
sn't it grand ? "
"Indeed it is , dear , but but
where is your automobile ? "
"Oh , I haven't a machine yet
but after I save up 10,000 baking
powder labels and 20,000 soap
wrappers , and all the cigarette
: oupons the young men give me ,
' 11 get one in no time , It won't
ake over ten years at the long
. . . . ! I I
The Deadly Tongue.
The second most deadly instru-
nent of destruction is the dyna
mite gun. The gun merely kille
jodiesi The tongue kills reputation
nu'l ofttimcs ruins characters.
Each gun works nlono ; each load
ed tongue has : i hundred accom
plices. The havoc of the gunt \
visible at once. The full evil ol
the tongue lives through all th <
years : even the eye of Omniscience
might grow tire in tracing it to iti
finality. The crimes of the tougui
are words of unkiudness , of ange
of malice , of envy , of bitterness
of harsh criticism , gossip , lyinj
and scandal. Theft and murde
nro awful crimes , yet in uiy singli
year the aggregate sorrow , paii
and suffering they cause in a na
tion is miscoscopic when com
LD pared with the sorrows that conv
from the crimes of the tongue.
William George Jordan ,
Season of 1 907
Will make the coining season , be innin ' April 1st ,
QB follows :
From Snturdny evening until Monday evening nt my farm three
milt's south of Bnradn , the bnlnnce of the time nt my bnrn in Bnnuln.
Fritx IB a eoach horse nnd is so well known here that he needs no
Will make the season t the same place on the
siiuie dates as Fritz. Nick is a live-year uld coal
black Mammouth Jack , with white points , very well proportioned and
has proven to be an excellent breeder and sure foal getter. You will
nake no mistake in breeding to Nick if you are looking for a ran y ,
veil built mule.
Will make the Benson at the same place and on the
same date as above described. Tom is a Black
Pereheron Horse five years old , weiyhintr 1700 pounds and is well
proportioned , with plenty of bone. Comu and see these animals
K'foro breeding elsewhere.
TERMS : $10.00 to insure a colt to stand and suck. When
narea are sold , traded or leave the vicinity , service money becomes
hie and payable. Care will be taken to prevent accidents but will
lot be responsible should any occur.
Burudu , Neb. MATT sCHULENBERG , Owner
Clcon Peek visited at BaraduSunday.
Mrs. Gco. Peck was u visitor at Eph
Bert Dodds visited at O. A. Bnrk's
Frank Peck was a guest of Harvey
John llutchinson was n guest of Guy
Eil Kimmel and family spent Sunday
it Ed Uucggo's.
Turnmn Kuisely was a guest ol Win.
Vera Shall'er spent Monday nlcht
with Kate Shouse.
F. W. Whltrock has purchased a
new gasoline engine.
Maggie Jennison was a guest of Fern
Shouse Saturday night.
Edith Peck spent last Wednesday
with Mrs. F. S. Lichty. '
Kate Shousu spent one night last
week at Wcs Ncdrow's.
Win. Huettnerand family spent Sun
day eve at A. Kottorer's.
Ghas. Stump and wife spent Sunday
with Guy IJcluy and wife.
Frank Lichty and family visited with
Guy Lichty nnd wife .Sunday.
Mrs. Christ Zorn spent Tuesday with
her daughter Mrs. Al Faller.
Bennett Cook and Lora Camblln
were Vordon visitors Sunday.
Otto Iluettnerand family spent Sun
day with the former's parents.
Mrs , Gco. Prichncd spent last Friday
at Verdon with her little nephew.
0. B Prlchard and wife were guests
of Geo. Johnston and wife Sunday.
Harry and Guy Prlchard spent
Thursday night with EddieDowty.
Chas. Zentnerand family spent Sun
day with John /ientner nnd family.
Nellie Knlsely and Bertha Brim
wcro guests of Sadie Peck Sunday.
Martin Nolle nnd family spent Sun
day with Wm. Huottner and family ,
Frank shnflcr and family spent Sun
day In Falls City the cuests of relatives.
Fred Chesloy nnd wife of Falls City
wore guests of the latters parents sun
Geo. Prlchard and family were
guests of H. J. Prlchard nnd family
Dallas Voiier and Golale Cook spent
Sunday with the latter's parents in
John Wlltso and family , of Falls City
spent lust Tuesday with Mrs. W-s
Geo. Shouse and family Spent Sunday
outh of Falls City with Tom Jennison
Little Mildred and John Lichty spent
ast Saturday in Falls City with their
Bennlo Franklin , sister nnd Miss
Lively were entertained at the home of
Guy Lichty's Sunday.
Anson Knlsely and wife and Edith
and Daisy Peck were guests of Clay
Peck and wife Sunday.
Otto Rucggo has purchased him a
bran now buggy , nnd girls , Otto says
the left side Is for rent , CHEAP.
Wm. Bartlett and \vl/a and Ellis
Houtz , wife and daughter spent Sun *
day eve with Geo. Prlchnrd and wife.
It Is rumored that Claude Phllllpl
and Annin Stump nro .nan-led , and are
nt the home of her parents at this
: There was n farewell party at the
homo of Rev- Brewer and family Tues
day ns the Rev. moves to York , Nebr. ,
to tnke charge of a church there.
Hurried meals , lack of exercise are
the main causes of dyspepsia. A Rings
Dyspepsia Tablet after ench meal aids
digestion , improves the appetite. Sold
by A. G .Wanner.
Buster Brown has been busy
with the paint brush this week.
Why you Should not Kill Birds.
Because our laws forbid it.
Because they are of no use
Because nobody has a right to
take the life of any animal ex
cept for food or self protection.
Because they are harmless and
have a right to live.
Because it is cowardly to kill
them when the- trust us , and
gather about us to cheer us with
their song. ' '
Because they act as a police
force in keeping things in nature
Because they are objects of
study and no other animal could
take their place.
Because in their instincts , mi-
jrations , nest building , food
abits and distribution the } ' sym-
) olixe the perfection of the
Divine school of life.
Because it is estimated by the
jest authorities we have , that
uriug the stay of the birds in
Nebraska each season they de-
troy more than three million
ushels of noxious worms and
usects. Think of the conse-
uences if the birds were all ex-
The Nebraska Law.
It shall be unlawful for
jerson in the state of Nebraska
o kill , injure or harm any robin ,
ark , thrush , bluebird , kingbird ,
, vren , jay , swallow , oriole , wood
pecker , yellowhammer , cuckoo ,
rellowbird , bobolink , or other
bird or birds of like nature that
promote agriculture or horticul-
ure by feeding on noxious worms
and insects , or that are attractive
n appearance or cheerful in
; ong. Provided , that hawks and
> wls may be killed on one's own
premises. It shall be unlawful
'or any person to destroy nests
and eggs or carry a way the eggs
or young of any of the birds de
scribed in this section , Provided ,
hat schools , colleges and univer
sities may , when authorized so to
do by the game and fish commis-
sionertake or kill for educational
or scientific purposes , not to ex
ceed twenty-five (25) in number
of any one species or kind of
birds protected by this section-
Anj * person violating an } ' of
the provisions of this section
shall be fined five dollars ( $5.00)
for each bird killed , injured , or
harmed , and a like sum for each
nest taken or destroyed.
There is no room in our healthy
American life for the mere idler ,
for the man or the woman whoso
object it is throughout life to shirk
the duties which life ought to
The little fellows are enjoying
huge bon fires these evenings.
Every one knows that spring is the
season of the year when the system
needs cleansing. Rings Little Liver
Pills are highly recommended. Trj
them. Sold by A. G. Wnnner ,
FOR TOUNO OK OLD
THE Sett FILL ( OLD
Littii Livir Pills
Buggies and Carriages
Not in the history of this city has there been a
larger or more complete line of Vehicles presented the
public for selection , than you will find upon the floor of
our depository today. We handle the
Moon Bros , and Henne
In various styles and prices. These rigs were purchased
at a low figure in carload lots and we will close them out
on a close margin. Our complete line of
Is now on hand and we can fit you out on anything
you are needing in this line.
Our goods are the best and prices right. Call and
see us before making purchases.
Werner , Mosiman & Co.
M. E. Church.
The following services next
9:45 : Sunday school.
10:45 : preaching.
2:00 : p. m. Junior league.
6:30 : p. m. Epworth league.
7:30 : p. m. , sermon.
Prayer meeting 7:30 : p. m. on
All cordiallj' invited.
W. T. CLINE , Pastor.
First Christian Church.
Services of the First Christian
church , Lordsda } ' .
9:45 : a. m. , Bible School.
11:00 : a. in. communion.
11:30 : a. m. , morning sermon.
3:00 : p. m. Junior Endeavor.
6:30 p. m. Senior Y. P. S.C. E-
7:30 : p. in. , evening sermon.
All are cordially invited and
strangers and visitors in the city
are kindly welcomed to attend all
of these services.
T. A. LlNDENMEYKR ,
March 5th and 19th , cheap ex
cursion rates ; also daily low tour-
st rates to the Gulf country ,
Colorado , Oklahoma , Arizona , Old
Mexico , New Mexico.
A Good Chance to Visit
March and April one-way rates
to Utah , California , Oregon , Washington -
ington , Idaho , Montana , Big Horn
Basin , nearly 50 per cent reduction
tion- Daily , through Standard
and Tourist sleepers.
Frequently each month fron
Eastern Nebraska to Western Ne
braska , Eastern Colorado , Nortl
Platte Valley , Big Horn Basin.
Free , valuable information to
seekers of government lands anc
to prospective purchasers of al
kinds of deeded lands along the
Burlington Route. Write Land
seekers' Information Bureau , 100-
Farnam St. , Omaha , Neb.
E. G. WHITPORD ,
Local Ticket Agenl.
L. W. WAKELEY , G. P. A. ,
Omaha , Neb.
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP cures coughs and colds.
For Good Sales , Good Service , Prompt <
Returns Ship Your Stock to <
Geo. R. Barse |
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. . < :
National Stock Yards , 111. 4
Kansas City , Ale , , $ J
WE SELL CATTLE AND HOGS
< * v
Wu irlve ench shipment close , careful
and personal attention. When c please < >
you ue make a friend and customer. Our < *
salesmen can and do get full marled < ? >
value on day of arrival for all stock
shipped to ns. Our yardmen tret > ou
( rood weights ami ul\o uood service in
handling all stock Immediately on ar
rival. ( tl\c your next shipment to C.cii.
R. llarse. Write us for market Infer
mation. ( ,5-4
D. S. HcCarthy ! !
IDKAY AKIE )
I'linnpt attention piven
to the removal of house
PHONE NO. 211
Illl III II I III Mil M IMII
Budded Peach Trees
OF MY OWN GROWING
Drees that I guarantee to be true
o name and to be the finest and
lardiest kinds. Several tuousaml
? alls City grown Apple trees. No
jotter grown anywhere. Also
Cherry , Plum and Pear treeo ;
Grape Vines , Small Fruits and
housnntls of Strawberry plants ;
Evergreens , Roses and Shrubs.
Shade trees , two-year-old ever
Blooming Baby Rambler Roses.
For sale either at nursery or eli
our eale lot , north of court house.
C. H. nARION |
AUCTIONEER , |
Sales conducted in
scientific and businesslike -
C. H. MARION |
Falls City , Nebraska |
. . . $1.00 a Year. . . .
DR. H. T. HAHN
Office atMetts1 Barn. Office
Phone 189. Residence Phone
FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP cures coughs and colds.
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