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8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 31 , 1907
Tempting , Appetizing
are made with
Light , crisp , wholesome
The best food to start the day with
Food raised with Price's Baking Powder is unfermented
never sours in the stomach , and tuny be eaten in it IS
most delicious state , fresh and hot , by persons of all temper *
anientc and occupations , without 'fear of unpleasant results1
PRICE DAKINQ POWDER , CHICAGO.
RIXIHAKT-VAX VAiiKKxi :
At the homo of llu * bride's
in Rule , Nebraska , last Wednes
day , at high noon , occurred one ol
the prettiest weddings ever wit
nessed in that vicinity , when Miss
Vesta Van Vnlkonbery and Air.
Melvin Hiuehart were united in
miUTinge by Rev. George Neide ,
Re'ctor of St. Tliomns church of
Falls City Nebr.
To the strains of a wedding
inarch played by Miss See , of
Chicago , the bridal party entered
the parlors and took their places
under a bell of white roses and
carnations that hung in a bower
of white tlower , sinilax and palms.
The bride , gowned in n charming -
ing gown of white silk tissue over
silk , entered the room on the arm
of her father who grfvo her away.
They were proceeded by Gladyt
Richardson , the ring bearer , and
Mrs. Frank Van Valkenberg , the
matron of honor.
The groom was attended by Air ,
Frank Van Valkenberg , a brothei
of the bride.
The ring ceremony was used and
wns both impressive and beautiful. .
After the ceremony and cougra.
tnlations an elaborate wedding
breakfast was served in the dining
room which was tastefully decor
ated with ] red roses , carnations
ribbon and ferns. The decor
ations throughout the house wen
in red except the parlor where tin
ceremony was performed.
The gifts presented to the bridi
were numerous and beautiful , con
Bisting principally of silver , on
glass , china and linens , with som
choice pieces of bric-a-bac.
The bride has spent most of he
life in Rule where a very hirg
circle of friends know and appre
ciate her for her charming manne
and her many estimable qualities
Wishing her all life's happines
the regret having her go fron
The groom is well known as
young man of many fine quulitie
and has the hearty congratuh
tious of the large circle of friendi
He is in business in Smith Cente
Kansas , where he has a home pn
pared for his wife.
Mrn. Rinoluirl in well known ii
Fulls City and many friends her
who wish lnjr joy and happines
while to Mr Rinehart they extern
silicon ) congratulations.
Their Favorite Authors.
The optimist flope.
Tlie lunatic Wilde.
The Hottentot Siivage.
The athlete FIaK > ,
The nncmiu IliiKK'ird. '
The humorist Whittier.
The rail magnateSteelo. .
The man-about.town Swift.
The base bull player Fielding
The jeweler Goldsmith.
The doubtful man Mubio.
The butcher Lamb.
The Englishman London.
The Lawyer Bnrr
The President Addison.
Vincent Arnold ol Verdon ha
been mentioned as a camlidat
: or County Assessor , Mr. Arnol
s a man of unquestioned ir
; effrity and a partisan of acknou
edged fidelity. The part
would seek a long time and nc
ind a better man for the pos :
Anbunrseems to have plcnt
troubles of her own. She hz
.he saloon question up. License
tave been granted and remot
strances filed. At the hearing- <
: he case last Saturday night a
kinds of sensational testimon
was thrown in. One man claiti
ing his son to be a minor , ga\
dates of moves and events th ;
made his son 2 ( > years old. Ea
Cooper , a nineteen year old bo ,
who had tried to pass letters fro
father and sister declaring h
age to be 21 , was confronted wit
a telegram irom his father stn
ing his age to be 1'J , givn
dates. Attorneys have gone
the father in Purdin , Mo. , f
depositions and in view of the fa
that action for perjury may 1
broiiffht.young Cooper has skipp
out and his destination is u
known. All the trouble made 1
"booze isn't just what is so
over the counter.
CURES catarrh of the stomach.
Uncle Sam Giving Away Farms
On J mm 20 , 1007 , the Govern
ment will open to home&leiu
UJ,000 ! nert'B of irrigated land ii
the Yt'llowHlomi Valley , near Bil
lings Mutitnmi. This is the firs
time that the Government hai
opened lands by thin method
having built the diicliOH , thu la
tends , U'k'plionu nystem , electri
cal plant , etc. , for all of the trac
before allowing any of the lam
to be entered. The water is uov
ready to turn on , and those' win
are lucky uiough to draw one o
these irrigated farms will be mad <
independent for life.
Thorns lands , known iiHthrllunt
ley Project hinds , an1 among tin
neht'.st and most productive hincli
in the northwest , and will success
fully grow nil kinds of grain , 100
and forngf crops , ai'd any mat
win ) JH able to rent a farm , ia abli
to lake ono of these irrigatuc
iiumcHteadH and bo assured of sue
COBS. It is hard to OHtimatu tin
value of these lands , as simila
lands in the same locality las
ji-iir netted tlu > farmers who raisec
biigar boots as much as $35 to $ li
per acre , and others did nearly a
well raising alfalfa.
The fiottler is required to ropa ;
to the Government the actual cos
of watering these lands , the payments
monts to bo made in ton nnnua
inslitllmonts without interest.
Auburn Boy Gets into Trouble
' Manford Smith , a young farn
hand , was arrested Weclnesda
on a charge of stealing $20-
The young man has been liv
ing with his uncle , Al Smitli
near Howe. While they wcr
absent from home he had a bo.
named Miles Walters stay witl
him at night for company :
One night when the Walter
boy remained at the house h
had a twenty dollar hijl ami som
silver in one of his pockets. I
the morning , when he looked fo
the bill itas missing. He mad
complaint to young Smith wh
denied any knowledge of the cii
cumstanccs leading to its loss an
he suggested that the rats ha
carried it off. The boy was nc
satisfied and on Tuesday h
swore out a warrant for 301111 ,
The case was tried in the com
ty court and young Smith plea
guilty to the charge. His relr
lives reimbursed the Walters bo
for the money lost , paid the cost
of the case and Smith was n
leased on his own recognixanc
pending his future good behavioi
Barney Kauschkolb , throng
liis attorney , withdrew his pet
tiou for a saloon license at tli
session of the council which mi
Saturday night. lie evident !
did not care to get a touch (
high life from the retnonstraton
"Eternity , " said the counti
exhorter , who wanted to maV
things clear , "is forever and fo
ever , and five or six everlasting ,
on top of that. Why , brothe ;
and sisters , after millions an
billions of centuries had rollc
away in eternity , it would still I
a hundred thousand years i
breakfast time. "
Old People's Day.
Next Sunday will be " 0
People's Day" at the Brethn
church. Only old songs will 1
sung ami the old fashioned go
pel will be preached. Re
Teeter's subject will be "T !
Glory and Work of Old Age. "
Special invitations have be <
issued to the aged and carriag
and easy chairs will be furnish' '
to the enfeebled.
A most happy occasion is anti
ipatcd. The general public
Airs. Dr. Wilson of Falls Ci
came up to attend the commeiu
ment events and visit numero
old friends. She is highly pleas
with their new home 'ti Falls Gil
TBB BOWELS A
WORK OFF A C (
. WITH THB OR101I
Kansas City Stock Yards ,
May 27th 15)07. ) Scarcely anji
let change was noted in cattle
) riceslast week , the slight ad.
vance first of the week disap
pearing toward the close. Rur
vas moderate at , ' 52,000 head tot
he week and .supply is small
oday at (5,000 ( head. Steers an.
elling strong to 10 higher to
day , she stuff about stead \
locker and feeder trade quie' '
uul unchange. The disagree
nent between buyers and com
nission men regarding sales o
cows and heifers subject to post
nortein inspection limited tin
supply of she stuff today , anc
; he small number here finds ;
eady outlet to Eastern ordei
buyers. The refusal of salesmei
o sell she stuff to packers to
lay has forced the latter U
compete actively for ligh
veight steers , many sales o
hat kind 10 to 15 higher thai
ast week. Small butchers anc
ndependent slaughterers shov
freat activity this week , anc
ialcsmen predict that the limi
cd numbers ot cows and heiter :
ikely to come within the nex
nonth or six weeks , even witl
lormal marketing , can be dis
losed of through channels out
iideof the packers without an ;
break in the market. It is toi
early to forecast the outcom <
of the controversy , but the firs
day of the new rule has passei
.vithout . injury to seller . i
string of ten loads of Nebraski
steers sold at $5.80 today , am
.he Lockhart steers trom Cole
ado at $5.0" ) , highest price th
atter have yet made this season
Prime Ilerefords sold ol $0,1
ast Wednesday , highest pric
jaid here tins month. Bulk o
steers sell at $5.00 to $5.8C
ieiters$4.00 to $5.25 , cows $8.5
to1.05 , canners$2.25 to $3.2t
bulls $3.55 to1.00 , calves quar
ter higher than last week , § 4.0
to $0.00 , stockers $3.50 to1.7 ;
feeders $ -1.25 to $5.00.
Last week's hogreceipts wer
)3,000 ) head , eclinsing any wi-e
since the summer of 1901. Price
mule a net loss of 21 cents fo
.he week and the market close
n a very bad condition. Th
supply to-day is 12,000 hogs
narket , " ) to 10 lower , top $ G.Ii
bulk of sales $0.00 to $0.10 , wit
slightly less discriminatio
against heavy hogs than u wee
ago. Quality continues gooc
and weights average 21upound
which indicates plenty hogs t
come. Present prices are bac
to those of last March , and 2
to 80 cents below this time
year ago. Total run for Ma
will aggregate 300,000 head ,1
Kansas City , a gain of GO.OC
over last year , or 20 per cent.
Sheep runs are moderate , an
good quality stuff is scarce. Tli
market advanced 10 to 20 ceni
last week , and is stronger t <
day on the supply ot 0,000 heac
Nearly everything is clippc
lambs today , selling at § 7.25 t
$7.00 , a few goats at $ l2i
Wooled lambs are worth up t
$8.05 , ewes $0.85 , clipped- ewe
$5.75 , weathers and yearling
around $0.25 .where quality ;
good. Small numbers of fee (
ingTexans were secured las
week at $3.50 to $5.00.
John Ilossack spent a nigl
recently with Cass Jones , eke
miles north of town and sa }
there is a wonderful sight thei
to see. Mr. Jones has apple
peaches , cherries and goosebe
ries not a few but n full cro
The apples are of both early ar
late varieties and several diffe
ent kinds. All seem to be healtl
and show no signs of falling c
from dead stems. The orcha :
is not protected , it stands on
hilltop. This is remarkable
as much as it is reported that r
fruit was killed by late sno\
Write for description and pri
of two of the Lest alfalfa fan
in the Prairie Do River Valle
C. A. BAKKAKD ,
Long : Island , Kansas.
The I. T's. gave a jolly party
at Wahl's hall last Wednesday
evening , May 22nd , for Myrtle
Huffiiell who leaves next Mon
day with her p.uents lor her
new home in Detroit , Kansas.
A large number of friends of the
club were invited and the even
ing was a merry one.
Dancing and cards were the
amusements. During the even ,
ing light refresh men ts were
Those present enjoyed themselves -
selves immensely and sincere
wishes were extended Myrtle
or many pleasures in her new
The chaperons on this oc
casion were Misses Wirt ,
Davies , and Grimstead.
Last Friday night Wilma
Meyers entertained the I. TV. at
ler home one mile north of town
n honor of Myrtle Huffiiell , who
eft Monday for her home in
Detroit , Kansas.
The home was given over en-
irely to the young people and
verything possible was done for
heir enjoyment. Music , cards
ind dancing formed the principal
imusements of the evening , al-
hough no part of the evening
vas confined to one amusement.
Excellent refreshments consist-
ng of ice cream , ices , cake and
emonade were served by Mrs.
Meyers and daughter , Anna.
It was a very late hour when
he party broke up and the gen-
> ral expression was that it
vas one of the merriest , jolliest
gatherings of the I. T's. and
Frue Sample of 'Prcventics" mid
i booklet on Cold.- * will bo pludly
niilllec. you , on request , by Dr. Sheep ,
'kiiclne. Wis * . Simply to provu merit.
Prevetuic : are little Candy Cold Cure
itb'cti. No Quinl.ic , no Laxative ,
nothing harmful whatever. Pieyentlcs
irevent- . cold * as the name implies
vhcn tiiKiMi earlv , or at Uie "Sneeze
Stasir. " For u si'aU-d cold or La
Grippi- , break it. up Biifolj and quickly
vith Prevention Sold by all dealers.
Parties having costumes , wigs ,
etc. . belonging to me will kindly
return same at once.
Cold * . Croup ,
Cough , Etc.
No Opiates ,
HONIT ML > IAI
Mt * the bowelt. Bte'cLaxatireCosg&a
BOTM tb * koweli ani coaUlnt no opt
e Notice To Colt Raisers.
. I am now located attlieSaler
fair grounds with two < ; ooi
Stallions , one trotter and on
pacer. You are cordially in
vited to call and see them am
ff get acquainted. Xo trouble t
x show horses. While I am owne
i of these Stallions I will pa
ii one hundred dollars to the firs
1 ten of their get taking standan
* records. To be divided , fiv
colts from each stallion. Mone
divided ? 50.00 to breeder ani
$50.00 to owner , at time standar
record is taken. Colts broke
i and track horses handled.
iy In case of my death , this cor
tract shall be void.
GGtf OLAKEXCE DINGLE.
EDGAR R. MATHERS
'hones : Nos. 177 , 217
SAM'L. WAHL BUIMHXU
I The Union House I
> Recently re-decorated and j >
> re-furnished t h r o u ghout. ' *
E > w
| > Everything first class. Special - < ?
> ' ial attention given to trail- < ; >
i1 sient. Rate , $2.00 per day. < r
\ Win. fflcPhersoii , Prop. |
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| l 'Phone 59 - Patls City , Neb. 1
DF. Hannah C. Moran
( rortncrly Dr. riemiuit !
Physician and Surgeon
s now located one block West of the
National hotel , where she will be
ilcnscd to see her old friends and pat
rons. Calls promptly answered night
DR. 0. N. ALLISON
' ' '
Phone : M8 Over Richardson Couuty
FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
W. S. FAST
PI1VS1C1AN AND SURGEON
( 1csidc" . . c l 0
Phones- - .
( 01CR , ,
FALLS CITY. NEBRASKA
DR. H. T. HAHN
Office at Metts' Barn. Office
Phone 139. Residence' Phoue
FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
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, Per flood Sales , Good Service , Prompt | >
' Returns Ship Your Stock to < ? >
Geo. R. Barse |
LIVE STOCK COA1MISSION CO. .
National Stock Yards , III. < ;
Kansas City , Mo. , '
V/E SELL CATTLE AND HOGS 4
FOR SALE !
237 Acres good Inml three |
If miles enst of Yerdon.
! * Will sell 157 acres where
house stnnds , and remaining
If SO acres , separately or at > a *
If whole. |
If For father particulars see
II Joseph Strohmeyer \ i
Verdon - Neb
We have some fine farms |
in Southeast Kansas we can 1
| sell at from $30 to $50 per 5
5 acre , will raise corn , wheat , g
3 clover and alfalfa. Well log
2 cated near railroad. Will g
5 take some trade as part payf
a ment. Write
I Hogueland & Martin I
g Vales Cenfer , - . Kansas .
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It's Your Own Fault |
. _ , , -
I If you don't get your *
I money's worth. Come *
| to my Shop and buy 5
| your Mens and Boys :
* i Shoes. *
ROBERT F. T. PREUSSE 5
Richardson County Bank Building *
FOB TOUNQ OS OLD
THE EEST FILL BOLD
Little Liver Pills
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