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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , APRIL 19 , 1907
The Best Kind Of Man.
The best man we have in our
town for general good of the
town is the one you will
always see on the front
seat in the progressive "band
wagon. " He is the first one to
extend an open hand to greet
the stranger and welcome him
to the best town in the state.
He resents an insult to our town
as quickly as he would a slur at
a member of his family , lie
very politely invites the chronic
croaker to "move on. " He is
ready to give his just proportion
to every public enterprise. He
talks up our town at home and
abroad and believes it the best
place upon the earth in which
to liye and desires to be buried
here when he dies. Let us all
try and be like this man for one
year and our little city will
take on new life and improve as
never before in its history.
Knights And Ladies.
This Council met in regular
session on last Tuesday evening
Eight applicants were elected
to membership in the order.
After the routine work was com
pleted the ofllcers vacated their
chairs and the ofliccrs oi the
degree team took charge. It
goes without saying that they
did the work in their usual
highly creditable manner. Among -
mong those deserving especial
mention is Sister McDowell the
2nd vice president , acting pres
ident protein for the highly pro-
licient manner in which she lills
the chair. She has the work so
completely at her command that
she gives it from tlrst to last
without ever referring to the
ritual and without any error
A party ot K. and L. of S.
from Falls City Council No.UlO
visitors. Among those present
were the lollowing : Mrs.Nichol
son Pres. , Mesdamcs Hendricks ,
Brannum , Marts , McMahon ,
Parlier , Nausler , Mead and
Stumbo and Messrs Hendricks ,
Parlier , Stumbo and Slagle and
others. Many of them re
sponded when called upon for
remarks and expressed them
selves as being highly pleased
with their visit and highly com
plimented Salem Council No 150
on the proficiency of their work.
They also expressed the hope
that this Council would return
their visit in the near future.
Captain Snyder and the drill
team also deserve especial mention -
tion for the pleasing manner in
which they execute their work.
A new drill book has just
been issued and Captain Snyder
will soon be ready to have tlu
team execute the commands 111
accordance with it.
At the conclusion of the worli
the ladies served one of theii
usual splendid , luneheons whicl
was highly enjoyed by all.
They adjourned to meet Wed
nesday April 17 at which tinu
there will be a large number u
instruct into the mysteries ot tlu
Order Salem Sentinel.
Three thousand microbes car
stand on the point of a singh
pin. Washington Herald
Now , will some statisticiai
please calculate how many o
those same microbes can si
down on the point of that sain
pin ? Tarkio Herald.
Beatin ? The Railroad.
one evening Inst week were lu
men , including Governor Mickej
sitting in the
smoking room c
the ohnir enr. Each was on hi
way to Lincoln and each had pui
chneed u ticket from St. , Iue t
Uulo. When the train left liul
they all handed the fare from Unl
to Lincoln to tlm conductor at th
rnie of two cent * M mile. Th
ruilroads complain that the tw <
ot nt rate has xiot increased trave
and that the only way they Imveo
getting aven iu to change th
} jtvsont high class service and JMI
on two caut accomodationg. Tfai
ft n bluff.
Var CiUurrli , lot mo i > un ( ] you frco
just to prove merit , a trial nl/.o box of
Dr. snoops catarrh remedy. It Is 11
enow white , creamy , huullng iintlhoutlc
balm that plvt" ! Instant relluf to Catarrh
of the noci" and throat. Muke the fruo
lOftnml.-cc' , AddrssDrShoop , Uiiclno
\Vls. Luren jurd f > 0 -nt sold by all
Special to California
Round trip rates to San Fran-
isco and LOH Angelon , about half
ateu , April 25lh to Mny IHth. Ho
uro to no one way via the Shasta
onto and Pu ot .Sound only
12.f)0 ) more. Stopovern. variable
nd attractive routen.
Cheap , One Way West
Daily dniinu April one way
nU-B to Tlali , California , Oregon ,
YiiHliiiiKtnn. Idiilm , .Montana and
tin Horn HMMII nearly > < > per
cut reduction. Daily through
tnndard and tourist slcepeio.
Frequently eaeh month from
Castern Nebrawka to ICahtern Col-
rado , Wyoming ami Bin Horn
liiiidK nloiiu the Noith
? latte Itiver , in the Uijj Horn
3iiHin and YellowHione Valley on
erniB cheaper tlmn paying rent
mil. money paid on a water ri lit
s money eaved. Send for new
E. G. WHITTORD ,
Local Ticket Ajjcnt.
L. W. WAKULUY , G. l > . A. ,
Omaha , Net ) .
Stewarts Horse and Sheep cli | >
I Lowe Bros. Paints.
| Majestic Ranges.
f : Jewel Gasoline Stoves.
I Alaska Refrigerators.
| Sure Hatch Incubators.
Superior Axle Grease. \
Pittsburg Electric Weld Feno
ing. White Sewing Machines.
Stranksy Enameled Ware. Garden - J
den , Field and Flower Seeds. Bee |
Supplies , Washing Hachines and
all kinds of Lubricating Oil.
J. C TANNER
The Falls City Brute. ,
A Falls City Unite whipped i
his cloy with a buggy whip' '
until the neighbors ran out and j
made him quit. And then ihej
faithful dog followed his master j
anxious to please him , taking
his awful beating as a matter
of cour.se. Isn't there some
special lint stun" in hell for a
man who is cruel to the dumb
and helpless1 ; Let us hope that
there -Hiawatha World.
A Woman And A Jag.
II there is anything more horn-
fyuiL' than a drunken woman it
ha- not heen called to our atten
tion. One of lliimboldt'ri women
paid us a short vinit lust week and
while hi te aceumulated a brain
storm that was certainly the limit.
Mr. Beat-lej , the chief of police ,
succeeded in netting her to the
depot and headed for Humboldt.
but , lib lie HIM ! when fixing hia
neck ( . 'iii and taking the dents
oiii of hib hatBheIIH a regular
Teddy hem . " < > far aB i.lVeclionnte
s were concerned.
The Best Buver on Earth
Wants your Horses and Mules and
is willing to pay- the high dollar. He
will be at the Mettz Livery Barn
He-comes to buy and none of their
jiare too good for his market. If yos.
| have anything that is fit for th <
, ! market , here is an opportunity to ge
[ jevery dollar there is in him.
t | Bring- them in Saturday , rain o
A4--P , - ' . . .
- - > .4.I.IT T1 j
TlirkO , the Imported Belgian
Draft horse , owned by tlie Sunny
Valley Horse company will
make the season of 1907 as fol
Monday and Tuesday of each
week at Henry Voegeles on the
Coon Pritchard farm ten miles
northeast of Falls City.
The balance of the week at
Barney Voegeles on the Chas.
Gagnon farm seven and one-
quarter miles northeast of Falls
Turko weighs 2,220 pounds
and is a wonderful horse. His
terms arc : $15,00 to insure a
colt to stand up and suck ; S12.50
iur the season ; § 10,00 for single
Chunky Tom , Black Kentucky
.lack white points will make the
season with Turko. llis terms
are ? 10 00 to insure a colt to
stand nj ) and suck.
Chunky Tom gets good colts.
Ono of them , a sucking colt ,
sold this spring at the "W. A.
Schock sale for S130.00. The
highest price ever paid in the
state lor a sucking colt. Owen's
the horse buyer , got him.
If you want lo raise colts that
bring the money , go to these
Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Semens at 2:30 : p. in on alter
Kuv. O. II. KNGJU.UKKCHT.
Dr. Hannah C.Noran
I'ormerlj Dr. I'lemuii1
Physician and Surgeon
It tic\\ located one block West of the
National hotel , where she will be
pleased lo .see her old friends and pat
rons. C'.ills promptly answered night
or < la\
Colds , Croup ,
Cough , Etc.
No Opiates ,
Drue Law ,
All couth evruf containing cpUtts constN
pata tbobowels. Uce'aLazatiTo Coujh Sytui
OTCS tba Panels and contain * no oplittj.
- - - -WL-
The Falls City Roller Mills C
Does a general milling business , and manufactures the
following brands of flour
SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN
The above brands arc gtinrantccd to be of the highcs * os-
sible quality. We also manufacture all mill products . .ad
conduct a general
Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business
and solicit a share of your patronage
I P. S. lleacock & Son , Falls City , Neb.
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Chess. T1. Wilson
Hcnrt StrciiRth , or Heart Weakness , means Nerva
Strength , or Nerve Weakness iiotlilns more. 1'os-
I lively , not ono \ \ cak heart in u hundred is , in it
self , actually illscascd. It is almost alnnys a
hidden tiny little nerve that really is all at fault.
This obscure nerve the Cnrdlac , or Heart Ncrvo
simply needs , and must have , moro power , moro
stability , moro controlling , moru governing
ttrcngth. Without that the Heart must continue
to fail , and the stomach and kidneys also have
tlicso same controlling nerves.
This clearly explains why , as n medicine , Dr.
Shoop's Kestonxtlvo has hi the past dona so much
for wc&k and ailing Hearts. Dr. Sheep 11 ret sought
the cuuso o ( all tills painful , palpitating , suOocat *
Inc heart distress. Dr. Shoop's Restorative thlj
popular prescription Is alone directed to these
\Tcnk and wasting ncrvo centers. It bulldai
l&trcncthcns : it offers real , genuine heart help.
If you Mould have strong Hearts , strong dt >
Eestlon , strengthen these Serves roestabllah
as needed , with
( ALL DEALERS )
HONFSTLY AND PROPERLY
APPLIED WILL PROTECT
Reyburn Hunter 4 Co.'s Rods
are Acknowledged ( be Best
BUY CF YOUR LOCAL
Max J. Hartman ,
DR. H. T. HftHN
Ottice at Metis' Barn. Offio
Piione 13U. Kesidence Phoiu
FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
Otllce over Kerr'e Pharmacy
Ofllcc Phone SCO Residence Phone 271
Dr. M. L. Wilson
Physician and Surgeon
Calls promptly attended clay or
night. Office over State Hank ,
Kails City , Nebraska.
Office 'Phone House 'Phone
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AUCTIONEER , V
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Sales conducted in *
scientific and businesslike - $
nesslike manner 2'
C. H. MARION |
Falls City , Nebraska .t >
Tf so , it will interest you to
know that it can be stopped
with Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills ;
and without any bad after
effects , and this without dan
ger of forming a drug habit or
having your stomach disar
ranged. They positively con
tain no opium , morphine , co
caine , chloral , ether or chloro
form in any form. Dr. Miles'
[ Anti-Pain Pills relieve pain ,
and leave only a sense of relief.
[ The reason for this is explained
by the fact that headache comes
from tired , irritable , turbulent ,
over-taxed brain nerves. Anti-
Pain Pills soothe and strength
en these nerves , thus removing
the cause. They are harmless
when taken as directed.
"Wo use Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
for the cure of headache , and wo
think that them It nothing that will
equal them. They will 'euro tii
severest spell of nervous or Mck
heailrjriio in aory few ralnutca I
am of n nervous temperament. : mJ
occasionally have spells when tn %
nc-r.es hcv > m to bo completely exhaust
ed , and I tremble so I can scarcely
contain inyfaelf. At these times 1 al
ways * tnke the Anti-Pain Pills , anj
they riuiet mo right away. It la n-
inarKat > ! . - what n soothing effect tluy
ha\r i inn the nerves , "
illW. F. K. KARL , Detroit , MUi
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
your druggist , who will guarantee that
th * first package will oenftt. If it
falls , he will return your money.
26 doses , 25 cents. Never sold in bulk.
Miles Medical Co. , Elkhart , Ind
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