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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1909)
Samuel Wahl's Easter Sale™* Exposition
of the New Spring Styles for 1909-KsSs!lKlw»?S2Hc.“5
Easter Showing Women s Suits
^Never before have we.been able to show you the range
of Suits, not only in color but cut and stvle, that we
are showing this spring—and at : rices that will surely
Suits in all colors, from
$10 to $25
Easter snowing Separate Skirts
Women s and Misses Separate Skirts in all the new
_$3 to $12
Easter Showing Wash Goods
for early spring wear. Silk Finished Poplins, Mercerized Pongees,
Striped Rajahs, Silk Ginghams; Silk, Striped and Checked Batiste, and
numerous other imported washables, from, per 10c up to 50c
Easter Showing‘ Wadena Hand Emb'ery
direct from Maderia Island, where the most e te f all Fmbroideries
Easter Showing White Goods
consists of all the novelties of the season. We are showing French Mulls,
from 20c to 50c, 54 inches wide; Persian Lawns fr . n ; ;c to to 40c; 50
inch Batiste from 25c to 60c.
Easter Showing Corsets
Your new Spring Gown will demand that you shad wear the new Long
Corset. We have ust received our extra length Corsets, anti can now
show you the celebrated R. tv G. | Qt ? A „ . 4 (T*
Corset up to 50-inch back at. v*' tiHu I
SAM L WAHL.1
Easter Showing McBn0sy*nd Clothing
\ oil like to wear t lot hes that are becoming
to \ on, and we like to see that vou get such
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
make the kind ol Clothes vou should wear,
and \\ h SELL I HEM. 1 hey are all-wool
iu fabric, in style tailoring and lit thev e all
Suits Styles $15 to $25
Extra Pants from $2.50to $8
1 he Boys have been running around in Over
coats during the winter months and half of the
time they've been indoors. The days were
short and the Clothes didn't get the wear and
the knocks that they'll get from now on.
- Spring is here' That means baseball, hide
and-seek, marbles and all sorts of tests that
try the patience of clothes making.
^2$' will stand the test. They've been tried by so
Cop>r.t; ' -■ i. s • . • ,,t .v Man many roiiyh-and-tumblers that it's like ex
plaining how nh • ' turns to tell that they ’re the best. ^ f <3^ jfk
Its somethin, t. u everyone knows. All styles, from t^lv
^yTRA C» O Q P) I
Easter Showing Men’s Shoes
You surely want a new pair of Shoes to go with your New Master Suit.
Why not let us fit you in a pair of
Our Florsheim Shoes
\\ e have thfem in both ().\ford and High Cut. New spring styles and
up-to-date in shape.
Per Pair, $5.00
SAMI 1 I
The County in General
The “Doings’’ of our Country Friends
Mrs. Coro is still very ill,
Cora Swisegood is on the sick list.
Ed Dowty of Freston vras here re
Rev. Knapp is building an addition
to bis house.
Sam Weddle went to Reserve recent
ly on business.
15. F. Veach shipped hog- to Kansas
John Bowers of Sabetha -pent Sun
day with friends here.
George Hall ha^ moved into Mrs.
Dr. Phillips and wife visited rela
tives in Omaha this week.
Mr. Robbins of Oklahoma wa- visit
ing friends here recently.
Rev. Garrett moved into the Evan
gelical parsonage last week.
Mrs. Emerson and daughter were
county seat visitors recently.
Rev.Miller preached in tbeEvangeli
i al church last Sunday evening.
Mr. Benedick ha? moved into his
property in the north part of town.
Warren Douglas and Sam Weddle
were county seat visitors last week.
Cyru^ and Willard Voiles shipped a
< ar of cattle to Kansas City Monday.
Mr-. Grace Saviors and son Herold
went to Reserve for a visit with rela
Forest Jenkins is able to sit up after
a severe attack of typhoid and pneu
Verdon hasanightat the M. P. R. R.
depot now which will be quite an ac
comodation to our people.
Grandma Jones fell recently and
broke the bone in her thigh and her
chance for recovery is '■mall owing to
her age being 81 years old.
Word was received here of the mar
raige of Kev. Rowan and .Sadie Buser
of Dawson. He was tormerly pastor of
the Evangelical church here.
During the spring every one would
oe benetitted by taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy. It furnishes a needed tonic
to the kidneys after the extra strain of
winter, and causing them to eleminate
the impurities from It. Foley’s Kid
ney Remedy imparts new life and
vigor. Pleasant to take. Kerr's
Louie Suess shelled i-orr, M< nday.
Chas. Santo was a ;o.:nty •' at v.s 'or
Ruby Wagoner wa- o. • - - k . l-t
Rev. Kimmel wa- a j* , - . . -1
Albert Zimmerman wa- - "t- > :c
ty seat Saturday.
K. D. Wagoner and • ■ ••• r.ty
-■■at visitors recently.
R. I)., Jeff, Dan and ; a Way r,>-r
were Ruio visitors Saturday.
Mike Snake accompanied Job' -Te
ener to tbe county seat ond-iy w here
be took the train for Coffecvii:- Kan.
Jell Wagoner i« -iting hi- .e tie
here. About 10 years ago a* was one
of our young people, but n w ,s mana
ger of the Eoworth park at Lincoln.
A number of friends entertained Mr.
Grumps on Saturday evening in honor
of bis birthday anniversary. The eve
ning was pleasantly spent at games of
all kinds Refreshment- w re -erred.
It was a happy occasion and thoroi gh
ly enjoyed by all present. Mi -r ■ p
was presented with a pair of boot
Fred Bacon went to Shubert recently
and purchased a new Reo.
Master Henry Ktter wil; he j 'arm
for Klmer Shepley his cousin whs lives
near Bern, Kans.
Frank Nimsand K. J. D rpet help
ed furnish music for a dan e ; - Bern
last Friday night.
Lois the infant daughter i f Cr.ae.
Wise and wife vi-ised last week at the
home of her grandparents.
Isaac Burgett and son Nate shipped
a ear of hogs to St. Joe Monday he og
accompanied from Bern by the latter.
Little Grace Sim- has bee- very iiii
with pneumonia at the home of John
Sims her grand father but is now much
The wife of Mr. Mason who re -.ntiy
bought the Redwood farm east of here
was taken last week to Kansas C 'y to
receive medical treatment.
Miss Arda Smith closed a 1 months
term of school in the Pleasant Hill dis
trict last Friday. A fine treat wa- -is
tributed among the children at the
close ot the days works.
Work was started at the haw mill a
few days ago with Bill Hunt as sawyer
and James Parker engineer and short
work will be made of the large pile of
logs which hav< been hauled to them.
George Sturms visited in ' >maha
Cora Way of Carlton is visiting her
Vera Yoder spent Sunday w'th
Lucy Smith spent Sunday with Mr-.
Wes Ned row.
[van Keller and wife entertained
Mrs George Peek and Edith have
gone to Falls City to reside.
Earl Sturms is able to he up again
after a tew days serious illness.
Frank Zorn and family of near Sale
were guests of friends here Sunday.
Nellis and Truman Knisely were
guests of their brother Lloyd and wife
There will be quarterly meeting at
the Maple Grove church next Saturday
and Sunday. Elder Pillow will be
here. Everybody come.
Harry Guilliams parents of t'ra:_
Mo., came last week to visit ti.fir -on
and family and since they came Mr.
Guilliams, sr., has taken quite sick at
his son's home.
About 35 friends of Charlie Zentn’
gathered at his home Saturday even
ing aud gave him a comple surpris* to
remind him of his birthday A good
time is reported. Refreshments were
Rev. Teeter will preach at the Silver
Creek church at 11 o’clock next Sin
day. Sunday school at 10 o’clock. The
preaching services will be every two
weeks at 11 a. m instead of 3 p. m as
it use to be. Everybody come.
F. G. Fritts, Oneonta. N. Y., writes:
•'My little girl was greatly bendittcd
by taking Foley's Orino Laxative, and
I think It is the best remedy for con
stipation arid liver trouble.’’ Foley's
Orino Laxative is best for womei and
children, as it is mild, pleasant and
effective,and is a splendid spring medi
cine, as it cleanses the system and
clears the complexion Kerr'- ,ir
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Sa1: Van <)-i.'e! 1- ill with pneumonia
Anthony Itueho!/. i« quite ill with
Our school enjoyed a •'! days vacation
li. V. (toff went to Vesta to work on
Leia Butler *a- here from the coun
ty seat Sunday.
Dr. Reneker of the county seat was
in town recently.
ir- Michallis i- visiting relative- in
St. Joe this week.
Anna Severn* o f “-hubert visited
friend- here recently.
Grandma Thompson is here from the
county seat this week.
J.T. Sailors and family spent Sunday
with re atives in Vcrdon.
Mrs. Henry Siemering. sr , i- again
at the hospital in St. Joe.
Grandma Hole jack is slowly recover
ing Gum her recent illness
Mr-. Walker wa- up from the county
seat ,S inday visiting friends.
C !.. Kirkendall and It. W. Swan of
Corning. Mo., were here recently.
Mr-. Moneravie and sister Pearl Van
Osdel went to Cedarvale, Kan , last
Jesse Cox finished a very successful
term of school in the Cotcber district
Henry Butler returned Saturday
from Lincoln where he has been atten
ding the university.
Ft. J. Dunn is erecting a building to
be used in caring for cream which he
will huy this summer.
In a runaway Sunday Vetta Sailors
and wife were thrown out and bruised
considerably-but it is believed no seri
ous injury resulted.
The Baraila Canning Co. shipped 2
cars of tomatoes this week Many
teams were employed in carrying tbun
to the railroad at Sbubert.
Mies Kora Slagle closed a very sue
Cessfu 1 term of school in district 24 on
Friday She was tendered the school
for next year but has not yet accepted.
A number of young people were en
tertained at dinner at the home of W.
E. Slagle on Sunday in honor of Miss
Rosa who departed for her home at
Hubbell till- week.
Rev. Sykes preached his first ser
mon at Big Bethel Sunday morning.
He will preach again next Sunday eve
ning. Quarterly meeting at Maple
Grove on Saturday and Sunday.
Fred Coglazieris yisitingat Shicklry.
Mrs. Leslie who has been quite III Ir
Mrs. Oathout visited friends at liar
■lane Moreross of Miller is vi-iting
her sister here.
Mrs. Petnoe left Monday for her new
home at St. Joe.
(Hyde Hill of Lincoln -pent Monday
with home folk-.
Goldie Arnold -pent Sunday at her
home in Harada.
Mr- Harmon is visiting relatives at
A nburn this week .
Henry Fishburnand wife entertained
friends Friday evening.
A Gant of the county -eat was here
on bu-mess WedneBduy.
Mr Spenth who ha- been visiting at
Kearney ha-returned home.
Mr. Hill and family are enjoying a
visit from his mother of Nemaha.
A livery team belonging to Mr.
Stilt'- ran away the other day and tore
the buggy all to pieces.
A. A. Hendrick and family have
moved to Mouth Dakota where they
will make their future home.
The D. of IL met Wednesday initiat
ing several candidates. Refreshments
were served and a good time had by all
Elder Sapp of Nemaha who has heen
sick for some time was able to fill bis
regular appointment here Sunday
('has. Bacon formerly of this place
hut who for the past year has made his
home at Beatrice, spent last week here
with friends. We are sorry to learn
that Mrs. Bacon's health is still poor.
A farewell surprise party was given
Mrs. Stott- Wednesday evening by her
Sunday school class,, because of her go
ing to move to the farm, thought they
would gather at her home taking with
them many good things to eat. The
evening was spent in such a way as
will bo remembered for years to come.
May the class be successful In getting a
teacher as good is our wish.
People past middle life usually have
some kidney or bladder disorder that
saps the vitality, which is naturally
lower in old age. Foley's Kidney Item
edy corrects urinary troubles, stimu
lates the kidneys.and restores strength
and vigor. P curt s uric acid troubles
by strengthening the kidnrt- so they
will strain out the uric acid that settles
in the muscles and joints oau.-ing rheu
matism. Kerr’s Pharmacy.
f suiting in ilit- advance,in the anti
saloon tight, not only In pollin' sent!
incut, hot in actual laws, passed and
enforced. throughout the United
States. « e iielieve t hat Kails ('ity can
and should live without the revenue
coming from tlie rum traffic. Town
like Hiawatha, Auburn. I’dwnce <'itv.
S ink and hundreds of other towns
witness that, financially and morallv,
they are better without saloons.
In caucus now assembled, we pro
noun e the following platform:
first We an unalterably opposed
t o t he e x istence of open saloons in
Kalis < 'ity.
Second That the candidate of the
t’itiy.ens ticket tor mayor, should not
be elected as be has publicly declared
that saloons cannot live and obey the
Slocum law, under which they will
operate if licensed: the necessary In
ference being that he would tolerate
its v iolation, if elected.
Third That we stand for law en
forcement. inevery particular, w hether
touching saloons, gambling or other
Fourth —That the administration of
Mayor Abbey and the present council
lias been efficient, painstaking and
■ honest. That the excess of expendi
tures for tlie electrical plant,over the
amount of the bonds voted by the
people was necessitated by necessary
contracts made by the preceding ad
ministration and that the selection of
the site for the city’s water plant,was
justified by tests made as to quantity,
quality and convenience. That there
is just reason for believing that tin
quality of the water is now affected
by conditions which will disappear
; with a short period of use.
Fifth That we commend our Chief
of Police, Samuel Marts, for his faith
j fulness and efficiency. That he ha>
performed the services heretofore
done by two officers, at a saving of
$600 per year to the city. That the
opposition to him comes wholly from
those who wish to violate the law.
Sixth That we will give to the peo
ple an economical, law abiding gov
ernment and w ill establish conditions
J which will assist our public education,
! our churches and our home, to ad*
| vance to higher ideals than now exist.
We invite every citizen to join us
| in this tight.
Foley's Honey and Tar is a safeguard
against serious results from spring
colds, which inflame ti e lungs and de
velop into pneumonia Avoid counter
foils by insisting upon having the gen
uine Foley's Honey and Tar.vrl ioh con
tains uu harmful drugs. Kerr's Phar
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