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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1909)
ITenry G. Smith
LANDS <& LOANS
L'4'i acres ••. 11 improved, li ttil'e* from Depot in K.ts. Good spring Best of terns Will take
■10 acres as part payment, balance long time at low interest.
200 acres \'/2 miles from depot. Kichardson county, Nebraska. Good buildings and land Will
take 40 or 80 acres as part payment e
Ido acres upland, 1 mile from dgpot. Kichardson county. Nebraska. $12,000. •
160 acres Johnson county, Nebraska 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rents
107 acres near Brownville, Nebraska
80 acres 44-mile from Falls City high school.
040 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take 100acres as part payment,
r me running water. A No 1 opportunity.
Money to loan
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THE COMERS AND COERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing ths
—Eat Bowie's Candy.
—I)r. Wilson, Wahl's building.
Billy Schmolzol went to Omaha
Rule people are all talking street
Miss Reha Eversole is the guest
of Miss Edna Crook.
Miss llattio Kiting visited at Ne
braska City Monday.
The Candy Kitchen will pay 80c a
gallon for 18 test cream
Jake Schalble lias returned from a
visit to his Kansas farm.
Mrs. 1. N. Lyons is entertaining1
Mrs. F. P. Stallh of Omaha this week.
Dr. Kd Hayes of Dawson spent!
Sunday and part of Monday in lids
Miss Dorothy White visited with
Hiawatha friends several days this
John Vogle and family returned
Wednesday from a visit to relatives
at Effingham, Kas,
WANTED TO BUY Vacant lots or
houses and lots in southeast pari of
town.—F. K. Farrington. 28-3
- -FOR BALE: Ten gooil milk
eows mostly fresh. Inquire of Chas.
Prlbbcuo, Preston, Nebr. f>-3
Mrs. Bowen Henry returned from
Hiawatha Monday, whore she had
been visiting with relatives.
Mrs. C. W. Whitehead of Kansas
City is visiting with Mrs. John Ollliga
and other friends In this city.
Miss Jessie Reynolds of Chester,
is in the city visiting at the home
of her uncle, John Cox and family.
Charles Patrick brought Benj. Dilly,
Robert McCoy and Jean Cain up
frown Hiawatha in his auto Tuesday.
Mrs. II. C. Davis and daughter
Mrs. Will SehuieUel attended the
Hiawatha Chautauqua part of' the
Mrs. Isaac Stoll/, and children of
near Sal. m visited with her parents. I
Mr,, and Mrs. I icorge W. Bury Sal 1
The Misses Davis, who have been
visiting their aunt, Mrs. A. E. Hill,
arc spending a few days with rela
tives nt JSrovvnvillo.
C A. Clark of Richardson county.
Nob., marketed a carload of cows and
heifers this week. Kansas City Stock
Yards Journal. July 16.
Manager Tei ter of the Falls City
Chautauqua was down Friday adver
tising the meeting there July 24 to
August 1st. They have as usual a
good program. -Rulo Register.
Dr.W.K Trumpon is now located in
Dr. Wolf’s offices over Falls City
A u is. k While attending the
< ulneiiuua i all and gel acquainted
and also try his facial massage. Ask
Jo.ti physician. Phone 267. Consul
Workmen are busily engaged par
in': out the old shelving in Agricul.
Dual ball and rearranging the plan
for showing, preparatory for the v ,nt
derful exhibit at the Nebraska State
Fair. Sept titli to 10th. All acknowl
edge the superiority of Nebraska's
agricultural exhibit over that of any
state fair in the country.
Crops are looking fine in this vicin
ity. Most of the wheat is In the shock
and g good quality; corn is growing
' very fast, prospects are better than
they have been for years. One man ha
out a late patch of corn. It was about
knee high, bo it 1b reported, and while
standing taking an observation of his
field, a stalk of corn grew up behind
him and knocked off ills hat. This
may be exaggerated to a certain ex
tent hut no doubt old Winnebago Hot
tom will raise corn. -Rulo Register.
Last Sunday night a certain young
gentleman of liumholdi was taking
his best girl out buggy riding and
when several miles north of town
the horse became frightened at some
thing in tin1 road and whirled around
so suddenly as to throw the occupants
out. Neither were hurt seriously
but the horse did not wait for them
to get in the buggy again but ran to
town, stopping at the bitch rack at
the public square, and leaving the
pair to wander home on foot. Hum
Mr. Wamsley, west of town de
serves thanks for keeping his hedge
trimmed down to the lawful heighth,
and the public road neatly mowed.
Husiness men of this city would make
a good Investment by hiring John
Stnrtzel or some other active man to
keep all ttie country roads out. from
town mowed and trimmed during
summer. The Harada road for tin*
first, four miles north, is indeed a
woolly, weedy abomination.
The printed programs for the
Falls City Chautauqua have been re
ceived, and in looking over tlie list
of talent secured, we find that to
our way of thinking, it is much bet
ter tban last year. Among other at
tractions will bo Mr. “Hilly’’ Sunday;
Hobson of naval fame a colored
troupe that are real musicians, and
many other attractions of merit.
From .Inly 24th to August 1st.—Shu
mu nan Maras or v loveiana, u.,
is visiting his uncle, M. Soff, in this
city this week. Mr. Marks is looking
for a location and is spending a short
time here with relatives, pending iris
decision on what occupation to take
up. He lias some knowledge of the
printer's trade, but if he will take the
mi vice of ye scribe - lie’ll let it alone
It Is reported that Falls City is to
have another millinery store,tire room
just north of the City hotel being the
place chosen to locate it. They're
going to advertise, too. What do
you think of that?
Tin* Falls City chautauqua will be
liohl tliis summer on the grounds at
the city park. The chautanqua will
be bigger and better than ever.—Ver
Ilumboidt is now talking about their
Second Annual Horse Show. Last
year's show wasn't a success on ac
count of Hie late season and lad
li. C. Davis, Louie Wirth, Joe Fred
erick and Ward Knight left Sunday
for a fishing trip in Minnesota.
B. F. Crook and family from up
near Salem were Falls City visitors
the first of the week.
Guy Crook had business connected
with the automobile business at Kan
sas City Wednesday.
Charles Wilson's new scale is a
"peach.” it’s one of the very best
and latest improved.
Loss Leeds and family visited with
liis brother and family at Omaha the
first of the week.
Mrs. Henry Mosinmn spent a por
tion of the week with her parents at
Max and George Fisher of Dawson
attended court in this city last week.
Frank Stowell of Garden City, Kas.,
is the guest of Guy Crook this week.
The Candy Kitchen will pay 60c a
gallon for IS test cream.
J. F. Walsh of Humboldt was in
Falls City Friday.
It’s Too Warm
but HEA I does not affect the quality of work we do.
In the next ten days, during the Chautauqua Assem
bly (July 24th to August 1st) you can come to our store
with the assurance that you will be treated with the
same courtesy and that vour wants will be attended to
as carefully as at any other time of the year.
The Old Reliable Jeweler and Optican
Opposite Post Office
Fred Fetar and family entertained
his sister from the country the first
of the week.
The Candy Kitchen will pay 60c a
gallon for 18 test cream.
Miss ituth 1 ieacock entertained a
few young lady friends at a kensing
ton Wednesday afternoon.
Superintendent T. J. Oliver preach
ed at Hamlin, Kas., Sunday, ills dau
ghter, Miss Ruth, accompanied him.
Mrs. Margery Grant is In l’reston
lliis week helping care for her daugh
ter, Mrs. James Sinclair, who is very
See Clarence Heck for your coal
this fall. Phone 101.
Ike Lyons, who lias been out near
McCook md Trenton In the interest,
of the bridge company, returned horn
Mbs Maude Graham Joined a par
ty from Stanberry, Mo., at the Mis
souri lakes Saturday and will enjoy
i little outing with them.
J. it. Block, Singer sewing machine
representative of Lincoln, with his
wife were entertained at the home of
J. S. Jobe in this city Friday.
Misses Gertrude Gossett, Wherry
Lowe, Fanny Beaver and Helen Res
torer were guests of Miss Gertrude
McDowell near Salem Wednesday.
Geo. Schock returned to ids home
in Huron, Okla., after spending a
few days with liis sister, Mrs. Peter
Resterer and huusband in this city.
Mrs. Horace Ken worth, (Grace Cam
eron) daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Kerr, came here from New York Sun
day, where she will spend a short
time with them.
Alter visiting a couple or weeks
with her son,It. P. Thomas and family
in this city Mrs. M, K. Thomas, with
Misses Lena, Tilly and Elsie Pakstaw
returned to their home at Frankfort,
Miss Lela Powell, who has been
vlsit:ng at Abeline, Kas., returned to
her home in this city Tuesday. Sho
caino home through Kansas City and
visited a short time with Miss Maude
McDcrmand, who came home with
her and will spend a short time with
relatives and friends here.
Ralph Garries of Verdou, who met1
with an accident nl that place about !
a month ago, lias had three toes am-,
putated from his right foot. Both '
feet will be saved though he may be
left with a limp in his walk. He is at
an Omaha hospital and may be
obliged to remain as long as six
months. His parents divide their
time with him. The surgeons intend
ed to begin skin grafting on the
right foot this week. The skin will
be taken from Ralph's own limb.
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The world's most successful mod- j
iclno for bowel complaints is Cham- !
borlnin’s Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It has relieved more pain
and suffering, and saved more lives
than nny other medicine in use. In
valuable for children and adults. Sold
by all druggists.
Delay In commencing treatment for
a slight irregularity that could have
been cured quickly by Foley’s Kidney
Remedy may result in a serious kid
ney disease. Foley’s Kidney Remedy
builds up the worn out tissues and
strengthens these organs. Kerr’s
Simon Davies and family came dow
from Stella Tuesday, where Mr. Da
vies had been at work on the J. R.
■Cain, Jr., dwelling. Mr. Davies re
turned to finish up the work, which
will only take a few days.
Dr. Howard Marsh of Humboldt,
called on us this week. He was en
route to Omaha, where lie went with
the automobile fever. He is think
ing seriously of buying a car.
Mrs. AV. AV. Jenne left Saturday for
Colorado Springs,where she will meet
her husband and together they will
i.ike in the Seattle exposition.
A nephew of Mrs. A. K. Hill,- R.
Rainey, cashier of the United States
Rank of Omaha, spent Sunday with
the Hill family in this city.
The dredge boats arc working
again, after being incapacitated on
account of high water and broken ma
Hardy Hays and wife and John Col
glazier and Morris Jones were down
from Shubert in an automobile Wed
Mrs. Dr. W. if. Kerr, who had been
visiting with her daughter in Omaha
for a week or more, returned home
Grant Sperry, who has been suffer
ing an attack of the rheumatism
is now able to be up and around
Joe Miles, Jr., took Donald McCoy
and Keith McMillan down to Hiawa
tha in his auto Sunday afternoon.
Will Ulilig and family returned Sun
day from tht Missouri lakes, where
they had been for a little outing.
Dr. Harry Tiurchard and wife spent
Sunday with the latter’s parents,
Perry liar* and wife at Reserve.
Jean Cain was a visitor to the
Hiawatha Chautauqua Monday.
Blaine Yoder, who has been spend
ing tiie hit weather down in Kas.,
returned home Monday.
Benj. Dillv and Raymond Zimmer
man wore attracted to our city from
Bud Page, Dawson's “pushing" real
estate man, was transacting business
Mark Tefft and Walter McKiever
look a ride to the country Sunday.
Irvin Smith of Morrill was a Falls
City visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sandusky spent
Sunday in St. Joe.
Perry Hart and wife were up from
Herbert Hays of Stella was on our
Grant Windle and wife spent Sun
day in Verdon.
Sirs. A. G. Wanner was a Rulo vis
Glen McMillan was an Atchison vis
See Clarence Heck for your coal
this fall, Phone 101.
William Kentopp was very ill the
first of the week.
V. O. Lyford was a Lincoln visitor
the first of the week.
Willard Sears and wife are visiting
friends at Beaver City, Neb., this
Mrs. It. A. Dittmar invited a few
friends to her home Tuesday. A good
time was enjoyed by all.
Miss Dora Richards, cashier at
Lyford's, who has been taking her
vacation, is once more at tire desk.
ike Lyons started Monday for a
two months’ stay out near Denver, in
the interest of the bridge company.
Miss Lulu Stalder, sister of Mrs.
Jacob Marmet, returned Monday to
her home in Humboldt, after a week’s
Cause of Astigmatism.
Many cases of astigmatism arise
from the practice of reading in bed,
particularly by persons recovering
from a severe illness. It strains the
muscles of the eye to such an extent
that they alter the curvature of the
cornea—the abnormality to which the
term astigmatism is applied.
The Fireside Diplomat.
“I don’t want to be nagging at you,”
Mrs. Marryat began, “but it’s the little
things that bother me most—” “Ah!”
interrupted her husband, sweetly. “I
suppose you’re going to tell me you
haven’t a decent pair of shoes.”
Public Parks in German Cities.
Three German cities—Frankfort,
Rostock and Cologne—have public
parks covering about half the! area.
Berlin, on the other hand, has less
than six per cent, of its area taken up
None Entirely Unworthy.
Degrees Infinite there must always
be, but the weakest among us has a
gift, however seemingly trivial, which
Is peculiar to him, and which, worth- J
Ily used, will be a gift to his race.—
Life's Most Important Factor.
1 have come to see that cleverness,
success, attainment, count for little;
that goodness, or character, is the im
portant factor in life.—G. J. Romanes
Curious Lantern Fly.
Among the curious insects of the
Malay peninsula is one called the lan
tern fly, which Is remarkable for Its
sudden leaps, made without the aid of
Puppy Dog (looking into goldfish
globe)—Ha! ha! So you’re some of
them people what lives in glass houses.
All Has Been Done Before.
There is nothing new under the sun.
Even in the making of mistakes we
are merely imitating.
All snappy designs and of
excellent quality. Tneseare
regular 35c and 50c boxes.
We have them on sale for
two weeks only at
25c a box
Better get one before they
are gone, at
Opposite Postoffice Falls City, Neb.
The heart may be weak
just the same as the eyes,
stomach or other organs.
It often happens that a
person is born with a weak
heart. Then again dis
ease, fevers, over-exertion,
rheumatism, etc. weaken
the heart. The result is
shortness of breath, pal
pitation, pain in the heart,
or in some of the nerves
of the chest or abdomen.
The heart should be
strengthened with a tonic,
and for this nothing equals
Dr. Miles’ Heart Cure.
"I had LaGrlppe last fall aa I
thought In a mild form. I was weak,
tired feeling, and short of breath:
could hardly go about, and a good
deal of the time sort of an asthmatic
breathing and extremely nervous. I
began taking Dr. Miles’ Heart Curs
and Nervine and now I feel so much
better In every way. I am so thank
ful that I began taking this medicine,
and shall not hesitate to tell others
how much good it has done me.”
MRS. F. J. NORTON,
Freevllle, New York.
Your druggist sells Dr. Miles’ Heart
Cure, and we authorize him to return
erlce of first bottle (only) If It falls
> benefit you.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
In Our Mid-Season
Every Suit is a Genuine Bargain
We are not conducting a lottery. Every article here is marked according to its value and ALL RE
DUCTIONS ARE GENUINE, MADE FROM OUR FORMER SELLING PRICE*
?.2r500 SuK* $16.50
,,5.oo su«. $10.75
$3.00 Suits $1.98
95.00 Pants £9 HC
f.'r50 P‘"“. $1.15
94.50 Shoes and Ox- O) if
94.00 Shoes and Ox- Of
93.50 Shoes and Ox- AP
93.00 Shoes and Ox- 04 4f
92.50 Shoes and Ox-$9 Af
fords for .<pl(73
92.00 Shoes and Ox- £9 PP
91.50 Shoes and Ox-<0 9 Iff
Four Doors South of Four Doors South of
Richardson Co. Bank ^ Richardson Co. Bank
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