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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1909)
Pressed Stone and Brick Co.
W. H. PUT NAM & SONS, Props.
We manufacture and carry in stock a full line of Cement
Blocks, Brick, Tile ami Plain ami Fancy Trimmings,
which we would he pleased to show and price you before you
place your order elsewhere- We also wholesale and retail
Sand. Cement and Crushed Rock
We arc agents for the Boelt'S Concrete Mixer Visitors al
ways welcome at our yards. Located on the
CORNER 14th & MORTON STREETS
2 Blocks from Burlington Depot FALLS CITY, NEB.
YOUR LAST CHANCE
to pay your respects to the de
parted is the erection of a mon
ument to their memory. Before
placing your order let us quote
you prices Our works and our
prices have always given satis
faction. The above, with many
other artistic and up-to-date de
signs now in stock.
Call or write for designs and
Established 1881 F. A. <& R. A. NEITZEL, Mgrs.
You’ve Paid the Bill
OF COURSE YOU HAVE
But you’ve lost the receipt—and now you're
asked to pay again. Why not pay all your
bills by check? Then in the cancelled checks
you’ll have an indisputable receipt for every
dollar paid out.
Your Checking Account is cordially invited,
whether your balance wilt be large or small
The Farmers’ State I3anl<
AM Work Guaranteed First-class Orders Taken for Men's Suits
STANLEY STUMP, Prop.
Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Clothing Cleaned
Repaired and Pressed
0\er Richardson Co. Bank. FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
YOU WILL SHARE OUR PRIDE
in dental work if you have need of our
services and .avail yourself of our skill,
experience and facilities. We don't do
half way’ work—it’s all or^ nothing with
us, as many people know to their own
great gratification. Note, please, that
we make no charge for expert examin
BERT WINDI.E, l>. I>. S.. Assistant
Halls City, Nebraska
D. S. ricCarthy
Prompt attention given
to the removal of house
PHONE NO. 2il
Horse and Cow Hides,
Wool and Pelts
Highest Market Price
Falls City, Phone 422
Art Hodge has been ill this week
Dave Anderson visited in St. Joe
John Dunn was a Dawson \isiior
| Tom Asher of Kansas was a Itulo
Jim Roland of Missouri was a Rulo
! visitor Monday.
Charles Jondrow arrived from Mon*
; tana last week.
F, E. Culp of Wymore was a Rulo
visitor last week.
Walter Graves returned home Sat
urday from Howe.
Hester Roland returned from Ne
braska City Friday.
Mrs. John Hopkins was an Atchi
son visitor Tuesday.
Green Goolsby was a itulo visitor
tile first of the week.
Robert Dunn of Missouri visited
Rulo relatives Sunday.
Henry llryant of Missouri was a
Rulo visitor this week.
Agnes Schrader came down from
Brest on Friday evening.
Henry Isem of Missouri visited rel
atives near Rulo Sunday.
W. E. Itatekin was a Falls City
visitor the last of the week.
,Roy and Albert Williams visited
with friends at Fortoscue Sunday.
Ed Oreut and family of Vordon
spent last week with relatives here.
Mrs. Anna Kile of Junction City
visited with relatives here last week.
Miss Sarah Wilson of Craig is vis
iting with Mrs. (). Daniels this week
Marion Ratekin of of California is
visiting relatives in Itulo and vicinity.
Hurry Huber canto down from Hin
eoln Saturday evening for a short
Bob Mullins has moved from Falls
City to the old Boyd farm west of
Mrs. Charlie Cuverzagie was a
Falls City visitor the latter part of
A. T. Diirrow of i.iiuoln was a
business visitor in Rulo one day
Mrs. Charlie Fren h and children
let! last week 10 join her husband in
Mrs. Roy lleikcs of Saheleu, Kas.
visited last week with Jeff Gilbert
J. A. Osborne went to Dochester
Saturday to spend Sunday with his
wife and sort.
Dan Itatekin spent last, week in
Lincoln, a delegate to the grand lodge
or I. O. (). F.
Mrs. Tom Deal and daughter of
Deweese eitiiio last week to visit
relatives in this vicinity.
Mr. Everting of Lincoln is here this
week putting in a new pair of scales
for the Central Grain Co.
After a six months residence in
Belview, Neb.. Charles Hall and fam
ily have returned to Rulo.
Elias i’ackett came home from Ne
braska City, Saturday, having finish
ed his work at. that place.
Mrs. F. VV. Martinosky and child
ren of Reserve, Kas.. visited with
relatives here the first of the week.
Dr. H. G. Herring of Highland,
has located in Rulo. lie has opened
his office in the same rooms Dr.
Mr. Dannec-ker returned a few
days ago from the hospital. His
many friends will be sorry to learn
that he is not improving as rapidly as
was hoped for.
On Thursday night of last week
the five Trier Sisters gave a concert
at the M. E. Chuch. The music was
good. This was the first number of
the lecture course.
Jacob Hinkle,Sr., is enjoying a visit
from a brother from Ohio.
A. J. Baldwin left for Iowa Tuesday
morning on a business trip.
John Timmerman of Sabetha. Kas.,
is here visiting his brothers.
G. C. Jennings and wife of Falls
City visited Stella relatives Sunday.
Mrs. D. J. Pugh spent Monday in
the country visiting Mrs. locob Swi
Mrs. Iva Hall of Kingfisher, Okla.,
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. It. J
Mrs. S. R. Feed is quite poorly,
having had grave symptoms of par
Earl Butler, wife and baby went to
Barada Sunday to visit Mr. Butler’s
Mrs. David Cowman of Humboldt
visited Sunday with her mother,
Mrs. Kate Faker.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson enter
tained friends from Pawnee City sev
eral days last week.
Mrs. George Goolsby of Verdon
visited last week with her nieces,
Mesdames Goodloe and Smith
The Infest thing in the way of itn
povements for Stella is a library. The
Ladies Research club arc the promo
Uncle “Jim” Carr is seriously ill
at the home of his niece, Mrs. Tlteo.
Weaver. No hopes are entertained
for his recovery.
Ira Martin’s health has been very
much improved by his summer trav
els. and he is again smiling ovm the
counters at the "Arcade.”
A daughter weighing 7 Ub pounds
was born to Rev. and Mrs. Ilinkle
last Saturday, Oct. Hi. The little girl
has been named Gladys Marie.
Mrs. Kate Fraker received word on
Sunday that, she was great-grandmoth
or, a daughter having arrived at the
Ball home in Hobart, Oklahoma.
Jack Henderson has been “laid up”
for several days with a sore foot,
caused from stepping on a nail while
working at the cemetery several days
Mrs. Byral Oay of Long Beach,Cal.,
and Mrs. .1. R. Cain, Jr., went to
Falls City Tuesday to sing at a re
cital given at the Christion church
Dr. Harry Andrews of Barada was
married in Oklahoma last Thursday.
He and his bride arrived in Stella
Friday afternoon, and in the even
ing were given a reception at the i
home of his brother, Dr. Gale And
rews, They li ft Saturday for theirj
new home in Barada.
S. 11. Bailey entertained at a six
o’clock dinner last Saturday. Those
pesent were G. 0. Jennings and wife
of Falls City, Jess Shrimpton and
wife, Wesley Rose and Olive Tilden
of Salem, K. Wheeler and w ife, G. j
L. Slocum and wife and A. J. Bald
win and family of this city.
Thinking of Your Winter Wear?
If You Haven't, Get Busy
It you havent been to this, 1 IIK S l ORE, you better drop in at once and look us
through. Every department tilled with spanking new goods, as your neighbor
who trades here will tell you. The only store to give you the best goods for the
Silk and Wove Dress Goods
Blankets and Outing Flannels
Underwear and Hosiery
Notions and Fancy Goods
Cloaks, Suits and Skirts
LADIES" TAILORED SI ITS. Any quantity of pretty newcomers at
$10.50, $12.50, $15. $18, $20, $22.50 and $24
.1 list the price most women like to pay. All have unusually good lines and are distinct
ively tailored. They possess new ideas in collars and pockets, are finely lined through
out. Your money can make no mistake investing itself here. These Suits are such as
vou will not find everywhere.
GROCERIES Wo handle only the best. Always fresh and new. BRING IN YOUR
PRODUCE We have added more help and will do our best to please you
R. A. DITTMAR
there have been mam low priced cars, Imt never one so biy, strong, speedy and
ir°od looking as this one. In the Hudson “Twenty” you ye; the best automobile
value ever offered tor less than $1000. In this car you find that something
called class that something which other cars at or near this price have lacked.
Most low priced cars have been too small. In
the Hudson “Twenty” you get a big car. Note the
long wheel base—100 inches. Note the big, strong
32 inch wheels, the large radiator, big hood, staunch,
clean made frame.
The Hudson “Twenty” has ample leg room. There
is no Roadster made, regrardless of price, that af
fords more comfort to those who ride in it. From the
front seat to the dash there is a space of 31 inches.
Designers of other cars selling around the price of
the Hudson “Twenty” have not seemed to realize
that it is as easy to make a good looking car as it
is to make another Hnd.
Here is a car that is big and racy looking. Note
the graceful and harmonious lines. Observe the
sweep of the fenders and the frame. There is
no car with better lines. Judged by every mechan
ical and engineering standard this car is thorough
ly up to-date without embodying any experimental
Some High-Grade Features of this 1910 Model
Selective, Sliding, Gear Transmission
The Hudson “Twenty" has a
sliding gear transmission, select
ive type, three speeds forward and
reverse, such as you find on the
Packard, Peerless, Pierce, Lozier
and other high grade ears. Most
other low priced cars do not haw
this type of transmission
The motor is vertical, four cylin
der, four cycle, water cooled, known !
as the Renault type, 3% inch bore
and 4[j inch stroke. And Renault
motors are the pride of France.
The frame of the Hudson “Twen
ty”is of the best open hearth stock;
is 3Vi inch by lVi inch section, ac- :
curately and carefully riveted to
gether with hot rivets, and braced
against all possible strains. Our
frames are made by the Hydraulic
Pressed Steel Company of Detroit,
the company which makes frames
also for the high priced Stearns
Single Piece 1-Beam Axle
The front, axle is a one piece drop
forged I-beam section, of the best
grade of open hearth steel, care
fully heat treated. The Peerless,
Pierce, Matheson, Lozier and other
high grade cars use drop-forged
The rear axle is of the semi float
ing type,shaft-driven, prov ed out by
a score of makers.
Three-quarter Elliptic Kear Springs
There is more rake to tile steer
ing post than is found on the aver
The springs are of special steel,
semi-elliptic in front, and three
quarter-elliptic in the rear, such as
you find in the Renault, Chalmers,
Detroit, Pierce and others.
Lubrication is of the pump circu
lated. constant splash system,which
has proved so satisfactory on the
Oldsmobile, Chalmers-Detroit and
other highly successful cars.
The body is composed of the best
grade of ash, carefully placed and
securely bolted to the frame. The
seats are large and roomy and well
Two Color Scheme Used
You have your choice* of two tas
ty color schemes of the "Twenty:"
a rich maroon, with mouldings and
edges of bonnet striped in black;
leather blue black. Or battleship
gray all over with apple green
stripings and upholstering. Fenders
fender irons, pedals, and top irons
are enameled black. The radiator,
steering column, side lamp brackets,
hub caps, and side control levers
tiro of brass. Steps are aluminum
The tires are 32 inches by 3 in
dies in front and 32 inches by 3Va
indies in tlie rear. The crank shaft
lias a tensile strength of 100,000
pounds; tlie clutch is leather faced,
cone type; the clearance is 12Vs
indies under the steering knuck
i he ideal Car
Tin- Hudson “Twenty” is the
ideal ear at. the price It leaves
nothing to be desired.
Nothing experimental about it.
The “Twenty” has been recog
nized by the Association of Licen
sed Automobile Manufacturers. It
is the only four cylinder liceftsed
car selling for less than $1,000.
Equipment:—Two large head
lights, generator; two side oil lamps,
tail lamps, full set tools and horn—
With Boseli magneto, top, Prest
O-Lite tank, double rumble seat.—
Our allotment of these cars is limited and orders
tvill be filled tn rotation as received. Please call,
telephone or tstrife for further information.
OTIS SPICKLER D E SPICKLER
SPICKLER BROS., Agts.
FALLS CITY NEBRASKA
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