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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1908)
on the positive guarantee
that if it does not give sat
isfaction we will return the
entire amount of money paid
us for it.
We ask all those who are
run-down, nervous, debili
tated, aged or weak, and
every person suffering from
stubborn colds, hanging-on
coughs, bronchitis or incipi
ent consumption to try Vinol
with this understanding.
A. G. WANNER, Falls City, Neb
Private money to loan on Real
Estate. Mortgages bought and
told. Call at First National
Bank. 3-tf A. J. Wkavkr
1 C. H. flARION I
Sales conducted in x
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scientific and busi- |
nesslike manner |
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We want the assistance of the ladies. Those who
assist will be given a l--ph'ce Decorated China
Dinner 8et. The work is easy and pleasant.
Don’t miss ait opportunity like this. Send us
your name and we will tell you all about it.
Jf* IA/aaH Expert Cleaners & Dyers
• WOOO Lincoln Nebraska
Mrs. M. Becktold
FROM ST. LOUIS
Will Be in the City One More Week
Ladies' Fashionable Hair
Dressers and Manufactur
ers of ail kinds of
are again at the Union Ho
tel. Ladies please call.
Miss Lizzie Heitland, a gradu
ate of the Weltmer School of
Magnetic Healing at Nevada,Mo.
1 am prepared to treat diseases of
all kinds. Phone 27<>. Located
at Mrs. llurris’ residence, south
of the convent. 44-5t
Nerve energy is the
force that controls the or
gans of respiration, cir
culation, digestion and
elimination. AY hen von
feel weak, nervous, irri
table, sick, it is often be
cause you lack nerve
energy, and the process
of rebuilding and sustain
ing life is interfered with.
Dr. Aides’ Nervine has
cured thousands of suck
cases, and will we believe
benefit if not entirely
cure you. Try it.
"My nervous system gave away
completely, and left me on the verge
of the grave. 1 tried skilled physi
cians but got no permanent relief.
1 got so bad I had to give up nty
business. 1 began taking l»r. Miles'
Restoiatlve Nervine. In a few days
I was much beater, and 1 continued
to Improve until entirely cured. 1
am in business again, and never miss
an opportunity to recommend this
remedy.” MRS. W. 1.. Hl'UKK,
Myrtle Creek, Oregon.
Your druggist sells Dr. Miles’ Nerv
ine, and we authorize him to return
price of first bottle (only) If It falls
to benefit you.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
THE LOCAL LORE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing the
D. Davies was in Auburn Tues
Water meter for sale at the
A. J. Weaver and wile went to
C. Wamsley on Route 4 is a
new subscriber this week.
Miss Allie Keeling spent Tues
day with friends in Verdon.
Hazel Davison of Humboldt
Sundayed with iriends in this
Miss Olive Tilden spent Satur
day in this city at the home of
Our stores will be opened even
ings next week for the benefit ot
the holiday shoppers.
Wm. Higgins is confined to his
home this week with a severe at
tack of rheumatism.
F. W. Sainuelson of Lincoln
was visiting nis family in this
city the first of the week.
Geo. Goolsby of Strausville
was among those from this sec
tion who went to South Dakota
Mr. and Mrs.Sulllvan of Louis
iana, are in the city visiting at
the home of the latter’s brother,
Mrs. Elton Sherdeman of Hast
ings is in the city to remain until
after the holidays with her par
ents, J. M. Jellison and wife.
Mrs. Glen Bronson and little
son of Shubert spent a portion of
the past week in this city with
her parents, John Hamel and
Word has been received from
St. Paul, by relatives in this city
that Mrs. Charles Bracelen is re
covering from a siege of typhoid
While it is considered enter
prise to publish the President’s
message, we doubt whether fifty
ot the several thousand who
read this paper will read the mes
sage in full.
Falls City can now boast of a
high class vaudeville show. This
is a new feature at the Lyric with
a change of program twice a
week A good entertainment at
a small cost.
A traveling man. and an Elk
of seventeen years standing told
a reporter that the memorial ser
vice at the Methodist church last
Sunday night was the finest he
What is the spring election to
be. wet or dry, or are we to have
a three cornered fight. Why
wouldn't it be a good idea to
submit the saloon question bv
The Tribune this week receiv
ed a very interesting letter from
Mrs. Ella Nicholson, which ar
rived too late for publication,
but which we will give to our
readers next week.
Miss Virgie Mead left Satur
dav for Omaha, where she will
spend a short time. From there
she will go to Kearney to visit a
sister, at whose home during the
early part of January she will be
united in marriage to Gwyre
Hall Yates, auditor of the P. S.
National Bank of Omaha.
\\ e call special attention to the
article of Geo. A. Abbott on an
other page concerning the parcel
post. Every great catalog and
mail order house in the country
is pushing this bill in the hopes
of making it unnecessary for the
farmer to come to town for any
purpose save to sell his products.
Win. Cade has received an offer
from a Rochester. New York,
nursery firm asking him to han
dle their stock. Mr. Cade work
ed for this firm several years ago.
and has some or the fruit grow
ing on his place at the present
time, which he considers the very
best. lie has accepted the pro
position and expects to begin
Preaching at the Christian
church next Sunday morning and
evening. The subject for the
evening “The eighteen things
by which in the new testament
we are said to be saved.” This!
subject was announced before
but a change in the conditions,
made a change in the theme nec
Your attention is called to the
advertisement of Reavis & Abbey
in this issue. The makers of
really disticttvc furniture permits
but one firm in a town to handle
their goods. Just look at the ex
clusive lines handled by this firm,
lines that noother dealer in Fails
City can buy or sell.
The Tribune had many visitors
last Thursday who called to ^ee
our new folder in operation. We
are glad to note the interest taken j
in our improvements and all are
assured of a hearty welcome at
the Tribune office at any time. |
Ouimby Beaver of this city and
Oliver Em inert of Salem, left the
latter part of last week for South
Dakota to investigate the condi
of the land in Tripp county.
These gentlemen were among
those who drew claims.
Samuel Stauffer, an inmate of
the county poor farm, was ad
judged insane by the insanity
board on Tuesday and will be
taken to the asylum as soon as
tlie proper arrangements can be
J. K. Wilhite returned Sunday
from Excelsior Springs, where he
had spent a few days with Jule
Schoenbeit, who has been very
ill for some time, but we are glad
to say is a little better at this
Supt. Geo D. Carrington of
Auburn was the guest of Prof.
E. K. Hearst in this city the lat
ter part of the week. He ad
dressed the literary society at the
High school, Friday night.
Cards have been issued announ
cing the approaching nuptials of
Miss Eva Cooper of Humboldt to
Emory Stanley, the event to take
place at the bride’s home Christ
Mrs. Frank Gossett and little
son, who have been guests at
the home of her parents, L. Sny
der and wife, returned to her
home in Horton. Kans, Sunday.
Roy E. Rockwell of Dawson
was before the insanity board
and pronounced insane. He was
at once taken to the state hospit
al for treatment.
Falls City now has a neat daily
issued from the Journal office.
It was beer that made Milwaukee
famous—Falls City is just differ
ent, that’s all.
The ladies of the Episcopal
church will hold their regular
food exchange at the Electric
theater, Saturday afternoon.
Joe Miles, jr., held the lucky
number which drew the beautiful
diamond rallied by Howard Reed,
1). J. Rieger of Roca. Neb.,
sent us a liberal sized check this
week to be applied on his sub
John Leekins of St. Paul,
Minn , was shaking hands with
old friends during the week.
D. C. Simmons of Salem was
in the city Tuesday and made
this office a pleasant call.
It is estimated that $70,000
of foreign money came to Falls
City for our apple crop.
W. Leo was in the city the first
of the week looking after affairs
at the vinegar factory.
Chas. Heck came up from St.
Joe and spent Sunday with his
i parents here.
Miss Eva Cooper of Humboldt
visited friends in this city during
John Wilson, our tailor, was in
Parties wanting tankage call
on Heck A Harlow,
—Millinery sale still going on
at the Bon Ton
Dr. Kerr was an Omaha visitor
during the week.
Father Bex spent Tuesday in
—the Gift of Gifts
For a gift ought to be more than a mere presentation of
something worth about so much.
'I he aesthetic sense ought to be recognized. The fit
ness of the gift to the occasion ought to be considered.
I bus you always find Christmas and Jewelry insepar
The question for you to decide is what article of Jewelry
is the most suitable in each case.
We would like to suggest that our stock furnishes in
numerable suggestio is. ALL your gift wants might easily
be supplied from it—with profit to you—and satisfaction to
those you wish to remember.
Because Jewelry is liked by everyone.
As we said, it’s the gift of gifts.
1 lere is a list that will help you with your decisions :
FOR MEN FOR LADIES
Watch Chains Rings
Cuff Links Bracelets
Umbrellas Neck Ghains
Scarf Pins Ear Rings
Fountain Pens Toilet Sets
Gut Glass Hand-Painted China Silverware
Davies & Owens
Reliable Jewelers and Opticians Falls City, Nebraska
Xmas is near at hand and it is time you were getting
your gifts in readiness. We have many beautiful things
to suggest to you in the way of inexpensive presents,
also lots of beautiful presents running up in price.
Whatever your wants, we can supply you.
Our Stock is Complete in Every Detail
Come Before the Best Are Gone
Toilet Sets, also all the sep
arate pieces. The latest,
newest and most beautiful
designs on the market. Let
us show you.
Our Line of Toys
Everything in the Toy line.
All are substantial and the
kind the little folks like. A
large line. Prices as low
as the lowest.
Leather Traveling Cases,
with rubber lining, which
makes them perfectly sani
tary and also very useful. A
large assortment, low- price.
Nothing more appropriate
for a Xxmas present than
a good book. We have all
kinds, for young and old.
The Henty and Alger books
Smokers’ Sets, Shaving
Sets, Military Sets, Cigar ;
Holders, the latest and new
• designs. Also large line of
Cigars in Xmas packages.
Also Albums. The latest j
and largest assortment to f
select from. Low prices. |
Call and make your selec
Assuring you all of our appreciation of your patron
age, and again wishing you a Merry Xmas and a !
Happy New Year, we hope to see you all in our store
§ looking over our choice line of beautiful articles.
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