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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , APRIL 10 , 1908.
A Common Mistake.
Many women mlstaxo kidney and
bladder troubles for some Irregularity
peculiar to the sex. Foley's Kidney
Remedy corrects Irregularities and
makes women woll. Miss Carrie Har
den , Bowling Green , Ky. , writes : "I
buffered much pain Irom kidney and
blrdder trouble until I started to use
Foley's Kidney H6mcdy. The first
bottle gave 1110 great relief , and after
taking the second bottle I was entirely
well. Kerr's Pharmacy.
The prospects are fine for a big
fruit crop this year. Don't be
pessimistic and know something
will happen , but just think how
good all this fruit will taste after
last years shortage.
The Cough Syrup that
rids the system of a cold
by acting B.B a cathartic on the
Bees is the original laxative cough syrup ,
contains no opiates , gently moves tha
liowels , carrying the cold off through tha
natural channels. Guaranteed to give
satisfaction or money refunded.
A. G. WANNER
will stand during the season of
1908 at my place known as the
8 miles southwest of Falls City ,
51A miles southeast of Salem , 6
miles north of Merrill , Kansas.
IS A PERCHERON
five j-cars old in April 1908. Has
a seal brown color. Weighs lf > 00
pounds. Perfect individual with
TERMS : $1000 to insure colt
to stand and suck , should owner
part with mare or remove from
cottnt3' services become due and
pa3'able at once.
America's Tlierminal Wonderland
Curative waters , health
ful and agreeable cli
mate , restful surround
ings every form of rec
reation if desired , all
and described in our
new booklet , also rates
at hotels , bath houses ,
etc. , etc.
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DIRECT THROUGH ROUTE
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( toueral Passenger awl fid-i Ajju.t
St. Louis. Mo.
POR FURNITURE : and PIANOS n
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! ! D. S. HcCarthy
Prompt nttcntlon given
to the roinovul of house
PHONE NO. 211
| C. H. flARSON I
I AUCTIONEER , 1
I Sales conducted in
I scientific and busi-
I uesslike manner
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I C. H. MARION I
Falls City , Nebraska |
, Pur Good Snlen , ( lood Scr > lcc , Pro < I >
Kctiirn.t Ship Your Stock to < >
Geo. R. Barse |
I.IVB STOCK COMMISSION CO. .
Write us for Market Report *
Kansas Clly. Mo. ,
WE SELL CATTLE AND HOGS
DR. H. T. HAHN
Oilico and residence first door
north of city pnrk. Phone 2(53. (
PALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
EDGAR K. MATHERS
Phones : Nos. 177 , 217
SAM'L. WAUL BUILDING
) ) R : M. 1. WILSON
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office and Residence over
McMillan's Drug Store.
Phone 329. FALLS CITY ,
Practice in Various Courts.
Collections Attended To.
Notary Public. FALLS CITY
R. 1 ° . ROBRRTS
Ollice over Kerr's Pharmacy
Ollice Phone 200 Residence Phone 271
W. S. FAST
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Residence 1(10 (
I nones -
-j Ollice , , , 55 |
FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
DR. 0. N. ALLISON
IDJJB , KLO I' ' S 1s
Phone 218 Over Richardson County
FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
Thtit languid , lifeless feeling that
comes with sprinff and early summer ,
can be quickly changed to a feeling of
buoyancy and energy by the judicious
use of Dr. Snoop's Restorative.
The Restorative U a genuine tonic
to tired , run-down nerves , and but n
few doaes Is needed to satisfy the user
that Dr. Snoop's Uestorutlve is actually
reaching that tired spot. The indoor
life of winter nearly always loads to
sluggish bowels , and to luggUh circu
lation tn general. The customary lack
of exercise and out-door ulr tics up the
llvor , stagnates the kidneys , and oft *
tildes .veakcns the Heart's action. Use
Pr. Snoop's Restorative a few weeks
ami all will bchanged. . A few duya
tit wi'i t ! ! } ou that yuu are u-ing the
ritit run ily. Vou will easily and
eur < 1 } i ' lit - than ifrom today.
SolJ 1 . . r. i =
Tin. Tri'jiij - . s i , n jjoo-1
I'1 i c t > ; it ! \"iir \ \ i'tih-nt
! Afforas Pertect Security.
I Koly > ' tluncy and Tur ufTord * jn i
f ct .i-uritj ficni pucuiuo'jia u-.ij . - ' .
- > pt on a ' Jr > - the1 " o-L ol- '
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, I i ' . Hi
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Honey and Var nad Oeen taicen verr >
Olto Kotour was down from Lincoln
W. W. Crockett of Tccumsoh was In
Andrew Slpplcy of Dawson was on
our streets Tuesday.
Mrs. Msiry Itlnvaty of Lincoln , Is In
the city visiting friends
Myrtle Stratton visited the last of
the week with Palls City friends.
Will Unglcs was down from Lincoln
on business the middle of the week.
J. T. Norton of Lincoln came down
to Humboldt , Tuesday to cast his vote.
Will Kcntnor and wife left Saturday
or Ucutrlce , whcro they will tnko
hargo of a hotel.
Fred Hlumcr came down from Lin-
: oln Tuesday to cast his vote at the
V. G. Lyford was up from Palls City
londny looking after his business In-
eresta In this city.
Mrs. C. K. Cooper left Sunday for a
isit with her slster-ln-law , Mrs. Gco
Seabury , In Chicago ,
IJcrtha Prank was the guest of her
ricnd , Mabel Huerstetta , In Tccumseh
"Yiday and Saturkay.
Arthur Mutton , who has spending
ho winter in this locality , left Wed
nesday for California.
II. P. Marble , D. A. Cooper and A.A.
ranncr attended the Taft banquet in
Omaha , Monday evening.
Grace Shunted came down from
'jlncoln to spend Sunday at the homo
of her parents , north of town.
Otis Hunter and family were hero
he past week visiting Mrs. Hunter's
laronte , P. M. Wilson and wife.
Archie , George and Lois Hummel ,
students In the Nebraska State Univer
sity , came homo Tuesday to vote.
Mrs. Will Johnson and little son aio
spending the week with her parents
E. Whitney and wife , in Omaha.
Arthur Cockeram and family of Wy-
more , were here the fore part of the
week visiting Mrs. Maggie Stratton.
Prank Martin of Palls City addressed
the Good Cltl/.ens' League at the Pres
byterian church on Monday evening.
Mcedames John Power and C. M.
Oantrcll attended the State Missionary
meeting in Lincoln , Thursday and Frl.
Denver Phllpot left Monday for
Stnlthlleld , Nebr. , where he will re
main during the summer with his bister ,
Mrs. H. Perry.
Henry Seely , an employe at the
Cooper & Eon mill , left Wednesday for
Vintou , Iowa , and will remain for a
month's visit with his parents.
Mark Williamson , who has been em
ployed at carpenter work at Elmwood ,
Nobr. , for some time , arrlyeU here
Tuesday to spend n few days with
A farewell party was tendered Elmer
Patterson In the Presbyterian church
parlors Tuesday evening. Mr. Patter
son leaves soon with his parents , J. T.
Patterson and wife for their new homo
The members of the Rebekah lodge
urprised Mrs Arthur Udland at the
home of her parents , Gco. Games and
wife , on Friday afternoon. Mrs Un-
land leaves soon for Canada , where her
husband is now located.
Jas. Scott , a well known resident of
this community , died very suddenly at
his home northwest of town on Sunday
evening. Funeral services were he-Id
from the Methodist church Tuesday
afternoon. Deceased is survived by a
wife and two daughters , Edna and Olive
Ivn. Sbrauger , daughter of J. D.
Snrauiror and wife , and Everett Jones
diove over to Auburn Thursday , where
they were united In maarlago by the
county judge of Nemaha county. The
young couple will tnuko their homo
with the bride's parents for a while.
Mrs. P. M. Oathout was the guest of
Mrs. Elmer El-o , Friday.
Miss Charlotta Imlcr entertained out-
of-town company last Sunday.
Dr. Shook bought a fine herd of hogs
from F , M. Oathout last week.
Mr. find Mra. R. Roasoner were
guests of Mrs. Leslie lust Sunday.
Chas Wllron and wife of near Stella ,
was vibitlug friends here quite recently.
Mrs. Lou h Sbulcnberg , who wae
seriously sick at last writing , Is now
doing nicely ,
Walter Lewie entertained quite
number of bis gentlemen friends at 1 U
home Sunday ,
Dr. Stickler and wife came over from
Barada Saturcly in their new auto tc
J. C. Sbuleubcrg visited v.Ith hit
daughter and family , of near town , thr
first of the weelc
MrJ IJjatmui and Mi- ' 1 at IP ,
da-ten ' pi ot Si'urJaj 'if' rr > > * . ( '
' Ii .1 i' , t' .
> f t i ir i i.i r
1' fi II .i [ r , -
I UJJHUJ , lift 1:1 vi iUl > K V. ll.U home UlIKi
] In Knusurivcral week'
j MrS V. ' 1.11 , ' was , , . t'i ' ,
| til t.u . ' , j _ home c.f ( > ru. iu :
1 v" > lu K
, h n l.a ! .1 D ' '
aome time , came to town uurme thi
week for n vl-it vvitVi nN relative * .
Mr. and Mis. Will Rjati tire now the
roud parents of a line baby boy which
mno to gladden their home March 'I Is I
F. N. Klnton came nown from Howe
ast Saturday , whore he Is employed In
artieiitcrlng , returning again Monday.
Several of the members of thoW.O. W.
vent to itolhi Thursday evening to be
resent at the big blowout at that place.
Mrs. Walter Lowl , accompanied by
er mother , Mrs. McCombor , were en-
ertalned by friends in the countrj last
u ml ay.
Henry Leslie and family now occupy
ho property recently vacated by Win.
pecco and wife , taking possession of
t last Monday.
Ross Stokes of Harada , Chas. Shuleu-
burg and Everett Klnton took homo
vith them from here last week , each a
mm now buggy.
Mr. Ell Rupart and wlfo returned
ionic Sunday evening from a few dajs
Islt with the hitter's sister , Mrs.Yodor
) f near Falls City.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Green of
Wapola , Iowa , Is now enjoying a few
ays visit with the hitter's sisters , Mrs.
ohn Hergsmas and Mrs. Ora Ross ,
> oth of this place.
The many friends hero of Mr. and
Irs. Walter Weddlu will be pleased to
earn that they reached their dcstina-
Ion alright and found the country up
o their expectations.
Mrs. Henry XVagnor returned to her
lome at Harada last Sunday after
pending a week with her daughter ,
Mrs. Louis Shulenburg , who has been
crlously sick but Is now doing nicely.
Mr. Edwin Updike of Merna , Nobr ,
ind Mrs. John Harmon of this place
were united in marriage at Palls City
list Tuesday. While Updike isn't very
veil Known hero the brldo is well and
avorably known and has a largo circle
) f friends here who join In congratula.
The services at the union re
vival meetings now in progress
it the M , E. church were turned
into a great jubilee on Tuesday
evening in honor of the Anti-
Saloon victory in the city election.
The report from the second ward
came in while Prof. Erwtn was
ingingthe "Holy City. " The
congregation could not suppress
its lecling , but burst forth in
spontaneous applause , and joined
in singing the "Ilosaiinas" of the
Dr. Karl had spoken but a few
minutes , when his sermon was
interrupted by the arrival of the
reports from the first and third
wards. Immediately the meeting
was turned into a great jubilee
amidst the most intense excite
Prof. Erwin sang a solo written
for the occasion by Rev. R. R.
TeeterBy request the words of
the song are published.
( Turn"IlolUeraiice Has Conic. " )
1. I saw a rum-EoaUcd voter ,
With trembling heart and hand.
Depositing' a ballot
To free this rum-cursed land.
His trousers worn and thread-bare ,
A coat he could not buy ,
But he .shouted , after voting ,
"We'll make this old town dry. "
Then shout the victory ; tell the story ,
Tcmp'rance victory we have won.
Yes hhont the victory , Hallelujah !
Tcmp'rance victory we have won.
, Then came a politician ,
With bra/.cn air and bold ,
Depositing his ballot
To strengthen i inn's .strong hold ;
Hut the poor man's prayer was
While his faith was placed on high ,
And he shouted , in the evening ,
"Falls City lias gone dry. "
3. The mother and the children ,
Now free from want and care ,
Surround the sober father
In happy family prayer.
No little hungry faces ,
Nor babies' starving cry ,
For men have pra i i.id % 'otcd ,
And old Falls Citi' ' y.
All the successful candidates
that could be found were seated
upon the platform. Short ad
dresses were made by Messrs
Gco. Kiecher , W. II. Schmehel
John Uenschotcr , Col. Marion ,
Rev. Teeter , Rev. Mnstin and by
the veteran of many temperance
battles , Mr. Samuel Lichty.
A resolution , asking the ap
pointment of Samuel Marts to
the position of chief of police ,
was passed unanitnouly ant
broughtforth entbuastic applause
At the close of the meeting the
ladies of the W. C. TU. . accom
panied by the pastors and many
other iriends marched to the
home of mayor-elect Abbey am
gave him a serenade. Mr. ant
Mrs. Abbey had retired for th <
night , litt gladlv an. < .ind open
ed then lime to v. 01 H theii
' * f I I r
out going tn lyor and wife joined
the seion.tdtrand joined in the
jollification us well.
/VUr longratulatujn-s and
mm ' VL-'I ' v.islicv , t' ' , ptrty tool.
i 'ca\i ' i i Mr. ami Mrs Alj'xy ' ,
cleaving ! in a state of appreciation
I and delight.
f | * ' rft ( A * ifa r $ ffa tfa fJ ?
A PECI&L OBJECT ?
* * * * It is a common practice for people
to lay aside in one } ' for a special object ; < *
1 * to satisfy a particular need ; or to provide -
* * * vide against a possible emergency.
V * Our facilities for handling such business - t
* $ * ness are most excellent.Vhen 4
K money has been left with us for a t
specific purpose , we carefully carry out
* $ * the desires of the depositor.
I FARMERS STATE
PHKSTON , NUmWSKA ,
" r Operating Under State Inspection and Control.
We carry a full line
of this celebrated
Fencing in the Orna
mental , Field a n cl
! - The Electric Weld makes this the acknoweleclg-
gred peer of Woven Wire Fencing.
Zz We also have a nice line of "Sure Hatch" Incu-
fc bators , which we will be pleased to explain to those
g = interested. Give us a call before purchasing.
1 J. C. TANNER
SI Ours Arc "Dopondablc" Goods FALLS CITY , NEB.
J DON'T FORGET
CIIAS. M. WILSON'S is headquarters for Cut Glass ,
| f Fancy China , Dinnenvare , Lamps , Glassware
and in fact everything that goes to make a
* Complete China Store
We also have a complete stock of Good Groc
eries , Fruits and Vegetables. Minnesota
Early Ohio Seed Potatoes at
Chas. M. Wilson's
§ 1 The Fails City Roller Mills § t
' Docs a l milling business , and manufactures the c
's following brands of flour
SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN
The above brands arc gunrantccd to be of the highest pos
sible quality. We also manufacture all mill products and
conduct a general
cl Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business
C9 .mil solicit a share of your patronage
3 P. S. Heaccck & So , Fails City , Nebr.
We want to call your attention to
one of the most complete and up-to-
date stocks of Farm Implements just
from the factories. Remember , we
do not change to a new line , every
year we carry the Hest Makes money
can buy , Molinc and Canton line , they
need no introduction. We also carry
the most complete and largest stock of
Buggies , we have the celebrated Moon
Bros. Buggies and Surries and also
Mennex and Keys. Remember , we have
the Buggie Business , and if you need
a Buggy or Surry call and see us , we
can save you money. Remember , we
carry in stock at all times Gas En
gines , Manure Spreaders , Windmills ,
Pumps , Tanks , Pipe and everythln in
the Implement line.
Don't forget to have us put on
your house and barn W. C. Shinn's
* Copper Cable Lightning Rod.
Yours truly , for bu.siio' !
Werner , Mosiman
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