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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1909)
We Do This For You
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We mention Young Men's Clothes in a separate para
graph because they are a specialty with us Here
are smart, snappy styles, the lively patterhs. the new
ideas in cut that the young chaps want.
We make a specialty of studying the details for you;
there are a hundred little points that must be right; the length of
coat, the shape of collar, the roll of the lapel, the placing of the
buttons and pockets. You don't know all about the many details,
but you do know that when you get into an Hargrave suit or
overcoat, it's right in every particular.
Get your new Fall Suit and Overcoat today; come
and see what we have here. If you want to go away and buy
something else, go ahead, but you'd better not until you know
what WE'VE COT HERE.
The finest clothes made by the greatest style
makers in the country, represented in Hargrave stock are here.
Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats
$18.00 to $30.00
Want to pay less? The Suits and Overcoats we
sell at $10.00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00 and $16.50 are worth more
than the price we ask for same.
The satisfaction you get at Hargrves' lies in the fact that we are
more interested in satisfying you than pocketing your money. You are looking for good
clothes, real service, fair treatment, big values YOU’LL FIND THEM ALL HERE.
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the details this seasons
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THE COMERS AND GOERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME.
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week.
Pay the ice man, and order a ton
A1 Southard is ill at his home in
Mrs. A. N. Harris of Shubert spent
Friday in this city.
George Wright was down from
John Breuner of Stella was a pleas
ant caller here Monday.
Mrs. G. J. Crook returned this week
from a visit to relatives in Iowa.
H. C. Davis is quite ill at his home
in this city, threatened with typhoid
Even tlu* most learned of ns never
realize how little we know till a small
boy begins to aslt questions.
Cox & Reynolds have just com
pleted an artesian well for Peter
Christian, in the east part of town.
Hoarseness in a child subject to
croup is a sure indication of the ap
proach of the disease. If Chamber
lain’s Cough Remedy is given at once
or even after the croupy cough has
appeared, it will prevent the attack.
Contains no poison. Sold by all drug
Foley’s Iloney and Tar clears the
air passages, stops the irritation in
throat, soothes the inflamed mem
branes, and the most obstinate cough
disappears. Sore and inflamed lungs
are healed and strengthened, and the
cold is expelled from the system. Ke
fuse any but the genuine in the yel
low package. Kerr’s Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weaver, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Veach and daughter,
Margery, Mr. and Mrs. .lay Parsons
and two children, Mrs. Joe Parsons,
Mrs Julia Hall and daughter, Gam
ma, Mr. and Mrs. Sig Fuller, Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Arnold and John
Hall were among the Verdon people,
who came down Friday to view the
autos that took part in tlie Duff
Miss Beulah Fry, Mrs. J. K. Fickett
and Clayton Fry returned this week
from their trip to Newton, Okla. The
trip was made in the Fry auto and
was a very enjoyable trip. They
were accompanied home by Mr. and
Mrs. Garth Mettz, of that place, who
will visit relatives in and near this
The high school literary society
has been organized for the school
year, and the first meeting was held
Friday evening. A fine program was
rendered and all present enjoyed the
“If the shoe fits, wear it,” is a
time-worn saying; but with woman
if the shoe fits she takes it back be
cause it is too big.
Mrs. Margery Grant returned tliis
week from a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. .lames Sinclair, near Preston.
Beginning to think about your coal
pile? That's right. Cold nights
make us creep up about the stove.
Misses Ethel, Stella and Frankie
Shields returned the first of the week
from a several days stay in Omaha.
C. M. Wilson returned the latter
part of the week from Omaha, where
he attended the Ak-Sar-Ben festiv
There are always a good many peo
ple who keep the balance of the
community busy wondering how they
live so well.
wont give tile eats ana uogs stale,
dirty or soapy water to drink. See
that it is clean and fresh. You know
how it is yourself.
Mrs. John Croo't, living south of
town, has been in a hospital In Kan
sas City for several days. Friends
in this city have received word from
her that site is improving.
The kicker and the croakers hav
no place in a city with the push and
progressiveness of our town. The man
who opposes needed public improve
ments and stands in the way of pro
gross is not a good citizen.
Your cough annoys you. Keep on
j hacking and tearing the delicate mem
j banes of your throat if you want to
I he annoyed. But if you want re
lief, want to be cured, take Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Sold bv all
If you are a kicker and see the
shudow of failure in everything that
is proposed to help the town, for
heaven’s sake go into some secluded
canyon and kick your own shadow on
the clay bank, and give the men who
are working to build up the town a
chance. One long-faced, hollow-eyed,
whining, capable, chronic kicker can
do more to keep away business and
capital from a town than all the
drouths, short crops, chinch lings, cy
clones and blizzards combined.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mctzgar left Sat
urday for Pittsburg, where they will
attend the national convention of the
1 Christian church. They will also visit
relatives In the east before returning.
Dr. K. Cooper Hailey and Dr. (’. N. |
Allison left Wednesday to attend a
meeting of the Presbyterian synod,
which is held at Minden.
Don’t forget the 15c* t<*a given by
the Presbyterian ladies at the home
of Mrs. Samuel Wahl, this (Friday)'
evening. Don’t miss it.
Rex Oliver spent a few days the
latter part of last week in Omaha.
It is in tin)'* of sudden mishap or
accident that Chamberlain's Liniment
can be relied upon to take the place
of the family doctor, who cannot al
ways be found at the moment. Then
it is that Chamberlain’s Liniment is
never found wanting, in cases of
sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment takes out
the soreness and drives away the
pain. Sold by all druggists.
Judge Travis was down from
Mrs. George Morris and son went
to Humboldt last Thursday to attend
the horse show and to visit relatives.
If you hoe your own row witii dil
igence you will have little leisure to
note how your neighbor is hoeing
Judge Kelligar of Auburn was
looking after legal business in this
District court convenes next Mon
day with Judge Raper on tlie bench.
The docket is the largest for many
-Nebraska s choicest corn and
alfalfa lands for sale from $75 to
$85 per acre. Send for free list
Nlder llenitchs. Fairbury. Neb.
John Kloepfel and wife returned
this week from a few weeks visit
their daughter, Mrs. Robert Paul at
Abilene, Kas., They visited at St.
Joe on their way home.
We have rich and fertile agricul
tural lands within 20 miles of Denver
at front $10 to $15 per acre. Easy
terms, investigate, do it now,— S. D.
Forsythe, 1734 Welton St., Denver,
Col., witli Colorado Land Headquar
FOR SALE—A nice five room cot
tage, lights, water, cement walks, cel
lar, barn, coal house, and three lots.
Located one block from court house
and in splendid shape, a model
house. Price $2,500. Inquire at this
There is no way of improving a
place so much as by encouraging
good merchants, good schools and
good people to settle among you, and
this cannot be done unless you
spend your money at home.
Mrs. A. Graham and daughter,Miss
Maude, went to Lincoln Wednesday
for a few days visit. Mrs. Graham
will return home Monday, while Miss.
Graham will visit for about two
months at Iiehron, Neb.
W. E. Dorrington and wife return
ed Saturday from a few days visit,
with Mr. and Mrs. .1. ('. Martin in
Council Hluffs, Iowa. They also at
tended the Ak Sar-Hen festivities at
Ernest Miller left Monday for liis
home in Pennsylvania, having stop
P«‘d a couple of days with his
cousins, A. It. Keim and two sis
ters, on his way east from Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross of Sparta.
Wis., arrived Saturday for a visit to
the latter's parents, W. E. Dorring
ton and wife, and other relatives.
Mrs. I*. II. Jusson went to Kansas
City Thursday for a short visit. Her
little granddaughter, Katherine Stew
art, will accompany her home.
I. M. Rick and family arrived from
Atchison Friday and are arranging
their new 10 cent store for the big
opening October 22.
Byron Clark of Plattsmouth, the
Burlington attorney, was looking after
legal interests for that corporation in
this city Monday.
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