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* THE FALLS GIF TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , APRIL 10 , 1908.
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
Entered as secoml-ela m.ittcr a'
Falls City , Nebraska , post oflkc , Janu
ary 12 , 1W4 , under the Act of Congress
of'Mnrch 3 , 1S7 < > .
Published every Friday at Falls City ,
Nebraska , by
The Tribune Publishing Company
E. F. Shtvrls ,
One year . SI.-JO
Six months . >
Three months . -10
THE TAPT BANQUET.
The splendid ovation extend
ed to Secretary Tuft on Monday
at Omaha , rellccts no little
credit upon the state and the
city of which he was a guest.
His popularity is growing and
the democrats will find the sec
retary a man ol vote getting
power equal to his physical
stature , lie took all the wind
out of Bryan's talk against the
management of the Philippines
and exposed in its true light the
position of Bryan who exerted
all of his inlluencc to secure the
ratification of the treaty with
Spain , which ceded to this coun
try its many island possessions ,
and after the treaty was ratified ,
traveled the country from coast
to coast , denouncing the admin
istration for its LMiihppine pol
icy. Bryan's attitude on this
question is equal to his attitude
toward Sullivan of Illinois , and
toward Parker , whom he de
nounced in many public speech
es before and during the con
vention which made him the
party nominee , and afterward
toured the country singing his
praises and lauding his virtues.
The secretary also called at
tention to the fact that there is
no assurance that Bryan will
not return to his free silver fal
lacies if once placed in power.
All in all , it was a splendid
banquet and the secretary made
many warm friends by his visit.
Wasn't that a merry race be
tween Guy Greenwald and Will
Uhlig for treasurer ?
Now that the election is over
let us lay all animosity aside
and work for the betterment of
The parting shot , if you re
member , of the Martins while
in control of the Journal , was
the warning that W. W. Abbey
could not be elected mayor.
What a keen foresight they
The next important moye for
the city is to sell its water
bonds and buy the ground upon
which it will locate the water
and electric light plant. It is
important that no time be lost
in thi.s matter as it will require
several months time at best to
install the new plant.
Karl Lilly of Peru visited schools
hero on Fridiiy.
Hi'dslcSurmun was the guest of Kittle
Duller on Sunday
R. J. Dunn took a load of produce to
Falls City on Friday.
Huih Prltchiird of Ohio precinct
was in iUrada , Sunday
Fred Stotts und A Illll of Shubert
wore in town Sunday
Mrs Cluru Wagner visited Sundaj
with Mrs G W Fnizee
T F. Burgess was in Auburn the fore
part of the week on business.
Frank llonen and Dan Wamsloy wen
Fur o vfsltors on Thursday.
Austin Puett of StrnusvUlo was i
bu-liH-ss visitor on Thursday.
CM > ono rirlch Is going to Councl
BlufN to work at the carpenter trailo.
Andrew Llppold and family are quai
notin.'d with smallpox at this written
Mr > Charles Noycsof Vcrdon visile
Sunday with her sister , Mrs. Jas. Haiti
Vernon Wagner has gone to Brown
vlllo to work for his uncle , Emer
Ed Duorfeldt of Omaha visited la
week with friends and relatives hen
A ( \ Stoinbrlnk nnd family dopartc
la t wcok for their new homo at Chosto
D. E Burgess took Win. Duchman
Falls City , Saturday to receive medic
Rev. Dillo , presiding older for th
district , held services horc on Sundi
jjry iAi . riotii iMMiMPi > Oiii aMiiii * iTTiri-B fimni irr"iT iinnia > niiu ii aii in i [ HM II
At this bank , the small depositor and small
borrower arc accorded equal privileges with the
larger ones. A few dollars is all that is required
to open an account with us. With such sugges
tions as we may be able to offer , from time to
time your business will be sure to grow.
FALLS CITY STATE
Capital and Surplus , $70,000.00
Mrf. Herman Voltmer and Miss Jo-
lmnnali Fahslcr of Illllsdale , wcro in
Miss Mary Suthmer of St. Dorom , Is
assisting Mrs. Carl Voltmer In her
Mre. Mary llollman and children
spent Sunday with her parents , Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Fra/.ee.
Mrs. J. 11. Larigdon and her daugh
ter , Miss Lottie , ylsltcd the dentist In
Falls City on Wednesday.
Ralph and Henry Butler f-pcnt Sat
urday nnd Sunday with their cousin ,
Will Will Zubrlck , near Vcrdon.
James Tlllman lias removed to Hook-
part , Mo. , whoroho has secured n posi
tion for the summer In a restaurant
Mr and Mrs R II Dunn entertained
ut dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs C P
Martin and Mr und MrsM M Hondrlcks
The Evangelical Sunday school be
gan rohiwrtml this week for the Easier
program to be given April nineteenth.
A W Nixon has purchased of W J
Martin his entire line of hardware and
removed the same to his placeof busi
Mr and Mrs E E Butler and Mrs J A
Martin drove to Muplo Grove Satutday
afternoon to attend quarterly confer-
Mrs. Clara Wagner is again ut home ,
after a week's ' absence spent at Shubert
in nursing her daughter , Mre. Vida
Charles Hakes fromShondoah , Iowa ,
representing the American Live Stock
Powder company of that place , was In
town this week
Mrs. Jacob Peters and little daughter -
tor , Laura Louise , returned Saturday
from Falls City. Both are greatly Im
proved In health.
Mr. and Mrs. Phlneas Fisher , Mr and
Mrs. G. W. Sturms and Mrs. J. Lea-
man of Maple Grove , attended church
here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Emery Howe and wife and Mr.
Harry West of Brownsville came over
Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs.Vm. .
Kuker. On Monday they visited Mrs.
Louis Suhulenborg in Shubert.
P ov. Edmund Rails of Lincoln , and
Rev. C. R Blxler of Peru began u
series of proiracled meetings at the
Christian church on Salurday evening.
Much interest is being manifested.
Llovd Mitchell ami W. F. Butler
were in St. Joe last week for the purpose -
pose of securing a new line of summer
geode to bo added to the largo stock hose
so recently purchased of Mr. Mitchell.
Grandma Slcmerlng accompanied
her brother , Win. Huehmim , to St. Jo
seph , where ho may receive skilled
medical attention. Herman Ludwlg
accompanied them for the same pur
The eighth grade of the Barada
school this year numbers six. At a
class election hold tins week Edward
Single was elected president , Lela But
ler secretary , Ella Kuhlmau historian
Kittle Butler prophet.
Mrs. Vldn Schulenberg , who has
been In Shubert under the skillful cure
of Dr. Shook , Is Improving rapidly and
it Is thoughl that the first of ne.\l week
she can bo removed to the home of her
mother , Mrs. Clara Wagner , under
whoso care she will remain for a time.
R. II. Dunn and J. A. Martin with
their wives drove out to E. Butler's
ot\o evening this week , whore they
they were most pleasanlly entertained
with exquisite renditions of piano mu
sic by Ilenry Butler. Henry Is a mosl
accomplished pianist for his ago ami
wo predict for him a brilliant career ii :
his chosen vocation.
ulu ) polmis
It will pay you to read this carefully
Never before the history of occult
science lias u woman of Loretta's
professional standing consented to
pluco her services ut the disposal
d o ( the public for such a nominal
consideration. Her powers must
bo witnessed to be believed. She
guarantees to tell your name and
' ° exactly what you want to know ,
No fee unless .satisfied
Her time limited In vour city
A eon was born to Frank Hlnklo and
wile on Sunday , April 0.
Homalno Tinicrman was a business
visitor to Omaha the first of the week.
Marie Emerson of Dawson has been
the guest of Lucilo Harris n few days
Mrs. Ben Morgan of Falls City was
the guest of Stella friends last Friday
II. A. Clark has been looking after
business nlTalrs al Vundalla , Illinois ,
for the past two weeks.
I. Vnder and wife returned Monday
night from a month'a ' visit with rela
tives in Green county , Iowa.
Mrs. Mannlo Ritchie and two sons of
Table Rock , were the guests of her
mother hero the first of the week.
Judge Parriott and family of Auburn
wcro guests at the homo of her parents ,
Andy Tynan and wife , over Sunday.
Key Tomlinson of Pawnee City is a
new clerk at Wheeler's. Ho and his
family will occupy the Jameson bouse.
Glenn Jenkins and lonu Shick , stu
dents at Peru , were home a few days
this week , the Normal having a short
The "wet" board was elected Tues
day by a majority of but , three , which
means that wo arc going to have two
saloons again this year.
Dr. E. W. James of this place and
MiM Laura Armstrong of Auburn will
bo married on Tuesday , April 14 , at
the bride's home in Auburn.
The pupils of the high school enjoyed
a vacation last Thursday nnd Friday ,
as Professor Wilson was in attendance
at the teachers' meeting In Beatrice.
Elmer Marts is homo from a three
weeks' trip through western Nebraska
and South Dakota , whore ho had been
with the intention of buying cheap
Mrs. J.R. Cain , jr. and Miss Florence
Wheclsr attended a mooting of club
women at Humboldt a few days last
week , the former taking- part on the
The band gave a concert on the street
last Friday evening. The program
was late In starting on account of the
tardiness of the leader , but the people
enjoyed It just the same.
Will Johnson , who has been i m-
loyed in Mowery's livery barn for
ome time , was married in Nebraska
Jltv on March 31 , to Mrs. Edith Gaskcll
LMiey will make their home at this
Earl Swan , a telegraph operator at
Calmer. Nebraska , has been here the
iast week while recovering from an
ecident. While loading baggage re-
enllv ho had the misfortune to fall
hrough a glass door , nearly cutting
wo lingers off and cutting his wrist.
Dr. Day wont west Sunday.
Gco. Porter was in Salem Monday.
Mrs. Dr. Scott drove up Falls City
Dr. and Mrs. Day drove to Falls City
Mrs. Roe Moore went to Dawson
J. T. Shrimpton wont lo Fromou
Clarence Smlih was up from Falls
ity , Monday.
Mrs.V. . R. Davis came down from
Auburn , Saturday.
Mr. N. W. Clark spent Sunday with
\V. J. Foraker.
John Anderson came home frou :
Mrs. Lizzie Schmilh relumed fron
Texas , Thursday.
Mrs. Pearl Groscup of St. Joe , Is vis
lling her parents.
Mrs. R. N. Huston returned fron
Humboldt , Friday.
Rev. Ogden of Lincoln preached ii
the opera house Sunday.
A. A. McCool and family spent Sur
day al J. J. Williams' .
Mrs. Geo. Shrimpton returned fret
Hohncivlllc , Saturday.
O.B. Lesley and family sptnt Suuda
with friends at Nims City.
Al. Corn and his mother of Verdoi
were visiting in town Sunday.
Misses Grace Hartln and Nora Mi
Cool went to Falls City Thursday.
W. NV.McDcrmott wife and childrc
rolurned from Illinois , Wednesday.
Mrs. Geo. Lawrence and Mrs. Cuu
mins went to Falls City Saturday.
4aP H a V fl H a fcaJ1 fi H I H Heraa if1 IB fl 'tauP
T'is often puzzlesome to know just what to se
lect for the Easter remembrance.
We understand it and accordingly we've care
fully prepared what may be termed a "working list"
of suitable suggestions in the way of Jewelry Gifts ,
which you wish to select at this season of the year.
We feel confident that you can make a pleasing
selection here if you desire anything in Silver or
Rich Cut Glass for the dining room or dressing table ,
or if you wish a decorative piece for mantle or cabi
net , or if you merely want some inexpensive bit of
We have scores of articles that may fittingly be
chosen for wedding gifts or anniversary presents and
a host of pretty trinkets that make ideal , little cost
ing and much appreciated Springtime remembrances.
A cordial invitation is extended to all to visit our
store whether you wish to buy or just to see the
pretty articles we have on display.
DAYIES & OWENS
Reliable Jewelers and Opticians
Mrs. Smith of Fortcscue , Mo. , Is vis
iting at the homo of Mrs. J. T. Adams.
The ladies Birthday club met at the
homo of Mrs. J. W. Wlckhnm , April 1.
Ilenry Boyd came over from Fortes-
cue , Mo. , Sunday , tor u visit with Mrs.
J. T. Adam ? .
Mrs. Mobly was called to Humboldt
Wednesday on account of the illness of
The Rev. B. W. Wiseman. D. D. , of
Illinois , preached in the Gospel Union
Mr. und Mrs. Chns. Allen of Fargo ,
N. D. , were at Mrs. J. T. Shrlmpton's
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wertz went to
Lincoln Monday , where they have es
tablished themselves a new home.
C. A. Cook , B. A. , Rose and O. B.
Lesley were in attendance upon n gen
eral assembly of Modern Woodmen at
Falls City , Wednesday evening.
Meta Heinemau returned to Peru
Miss Rlggs spent Sunday with friends
Queen Chism was a Stella visitor
Mr. Boatman and wife drove to Stella
Fred Eleineman and family drove to
Falls City last Saturday.
Mho town election was held Tuesday
in the Goolsby building.
Gene llolmick and wife returned
hoirto from Stellu , Tuesday.
Rev. Thomas Jones returned from
Waverley , Nebr. , Saturday.
Mr. Stevens of Marysvllle , Mo , was
here on business Friday last.
Mrs. Ed Fraunfeldcr and son returned
home from Falls City , Sunday.
Supt. Oliver of Falls City preached
at the Christian church lust Sunday.
Mrs. Clyde Harden and baby returned
home from their visit at Stella. Sunday.
Rev. Llman of Maple Urove was a
business visitor here one day last week.
Jennie and Bessie Stump returned
from their Falls City visit last Saturday
Rev. Sam Dillon of Omaha preached
at the Evangelical church Sunday even
Miss Amret Hart and Mrs. LIlllc
Wilkinson drove to Shubert last Thurs
John Helnzelman returned to Hura-
boldt , Tuesday , after a short stay at
Edna Parsons returned to Peru Mon
day , after several thus vacation spent
Etnel Parehen came up from Falls
City Saturday on a visit to relatives
Katie Meliza returned to Falls City
Sunday , after a few days spent with-
Mr. and Mrs. StolTor of Moral , Kans. ,
spent Sunday with the latter's sister ,
Mrs. Lee Hart.
Mrs. Lucy Cornell went to Falls City
Friday , for a visit to her daughter ,
Moo Johnson arrived from Norton ,
Kans. , Sunday on a visit to her sisten
Mrs. Ira Houtz.
Verna Williamson went to Reserve ,
Kans. , Saturday , on a visit to her
friend , Alta Weddle.
Blanche Arrabruster came up from
the county seat Wednesday for a few
days visit at home.
Make Your Selection Now of
To Wear EASIER SUNDAY
OF COURSE you wish to be among- the
best dressers on Easter Day. You
want clothes that are correct in fashion ,
faultless in fit. You want garments that will
keep their shape and wear well. Here you
can get precisely what you want in the
widely known , widely worn
for Men and \oui\g Men
With this clothing- you take no chances.
You will be quick to see the superior excel
lence of the materials and the exceptionally
high grade workmanship , while the wide
varrety of distinctive-exclusive-models will
surely interest you.
No clothing at any price can pleabe you
better or pive you more satisfactory service
"Pock" Sack Suits for Spring at 515.00 to $25.00
Extremely attractive single and double breasted sacks
which conform to every rule of fashion anil good form
with distinguishitiK style-touches not to be found in oth
er clothing ; in soft-loned plaids , stripes , checks and
"Pecks" English Walking Suits , SI5.00 to S20.00
As popular for Urcss as for business wear in plain and
Hats and Haberdashery for Easter
Everi tiling that's new in haUvear and furnishings in
vast assortments of exclusive cftects.
Hargrave Ik Hargrave
Opposite Post Office
will make the season of 190S at " *
my home one block north of High . ' . - * ' '
school building ! Falls City , Neb. '
Prince Koyal is a dark dapple
gray Percheron Coach Stallion , " < < <
six years old weighing 1500 pounds 'f "
he is a stallion of excellent style VV"
and action and has proven himself -
self a sure loal getter , For ' "
further information and pedigree ' (
see owner. j
TERMS : Prince Royal will } .
serve mares forSlO to insure colt j
to stand and suck. If mare is }
parted with or removed from the |
original locality , service money
becomes due at once. A lien on J
mare and colt is held for service
money. Extra precaution taken
to prevent accidents , but am not
responsible should any occur.
will also make the season at my
home. Description : Sunrise is a
black jack , snow white points and
was foaled November 4 , 1901. He !
is a heavy big boned jack , 15 }
hands high , extreme length , wide
breast and straight back. Heart
girt 67 ins. , below hock 10 ins ;
weighs 1125 Ibs. Is a good and '
Pedigree : Sunrise was sired
by Sunlight(467) ( ) weighing 1250
pounds ; he by Starlight jr. , (80) ( ) ;
he by Starlight sr.Sl ) ; he by
Belknap ; he by Blackney Imp.
Sunlight's dam by Imported
Paragon (63) ( ) , which sold for $2-
600. First dam Kate by Napoleon
leon , sr. , he by Peacock ; he by
Terms and conditions same as
for Prince Royal. Service fee$10.
Is the celebrated Tennessee Jack ,
is 16 hands high , coming three
years old with extra heavy bone ,
has excellent style and action ,
will serve mares at $12 to insure
living colt. Description and
Pedigree will appear later.
All these animals will make the
season at the home of J. F. Scar
lett at the above place.
J. F. SCARLETT.
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