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The Point in Question
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■Pantrn:-»mis*«»» ' » V • nor '.I * . .-a -** . WScd*Ks. RHIlflL.JI
“Aim! the ; nan at cf first I.
However heinous a < ■ <• a nut:
may commit, or ,ui■ r i Lilly h<
may ih serve pui. hi; '( j o.
• (I for his i i •. i, in .11. . i
in spite of this, there L still too
to es< n ice fl at gelden attribute—
charity. Aside from the wrongdoer,
there are other:; who ft't most
pi>i»uani of ••. vf, . >. * (| f ai'i..
and by I hi* i . that Li' 1 ru run
to si Mill out the bull’ i lev.' ami
cut i ii tbi i i , • Hi • a i, lull
pan iri iui: In a rl • • ih ' a
i we tho • who miff.t ami arc
in ent; v bo i . I'ii. i» ml
la 'it Li : Lip in; a . ..
'' !'• • a! ■ ... i ,i •
cliff* . i fr ; ! . .. .1 Vi .
• ’ •• 1 or : ■ , \ ...
are tbit;: biUii^l to <• v i •: f a •
grossed the law Suo< id y.a a
and charity be expended in lame
met an ; tor if ever in their lives
that grout need cf charity and sytn
wntIn is needed, ii is now.
"Jest wjial the ‘Chaperon' in the
Kntisaa City Star has go! to do with
are out, but almost every day her
•diets arc east in my teeth
wither my wife or daughter'’ lie
w;ts slightly "riled,1 and he did not
seek to hide that fart as he talked
to liis friends in the hotel office. Con
• nuing tie said: "If one enjoys their
♦ up of coffee as they eat. v^liy iti
ivrfero with the program simply lie
•an so tile 'Chaperon' says that oof
tee should be served at the close
»f the meal? What’s the Chaperon
got to do with my coffee? 1 pay for
it. And if no one is around and 1
want to take a piece of apple pie up
•n rny hands, picnic fashion, why
should the Chaperon butt in. 1
s'on’t know her, nor she me; and if
» want to take hold of my wife’s
inn on the street, its nobody's bus
rcfs sometimes she's so hampered
with wraps i( would be impossible for
iter <o take hold of my arm. For the
*iake of peace in the family i'll agree
v.i many things the Chaperon recom
mends, link I warn her, and my
wife and daughter too, to let my
offee alone. I want it early in the
- irue, and I’m going to have it.”
There are different ways to achieve
. reatness, and it is well that this is
*0, els,' many people in the world
\spiring to that end, would never
he heard of. I know a lady who is
great” beeausi of spoons. Spoons
is her hobby, her idol, her life. She
‘ras beep gathering spoons for lo
hesc many years, and her collection
is both rare and numerous. And she
calks spoons- oh. how she can talk
Then the subject of spoons is intro
duced and if you don’t introduce
nat subject, she will. She has sou
venir spoons from lauds of sun lo
Sands of show -from Half ins Bay lo
he Straights of Gibraltar- spoons for
I purposes and all occasions man
spoons, soup spoons, fruit spoons,
jelly spoons, desert spoons. and
•poons. And as she displays them,
which is a great pleasure for her.
-iiif cannot help but notice' their ox
n limit condition. They are seldom
•sed some of them have never felt,
i tie contaminating touch of mere
'nod. They are not for use—just a
ftlleetion of spoons. It would be
,11 serene if she would talk about
•■something else besides spoons but
-fie can’t. No matter if the conver
sation takes a lofty flight and soars
to the realm of club work, literature
religion, she will see to it that
i comes lo earth again, and will
iveetly inquire, 'have you seen
miy new melon spoon?” lOnvioua
people hint that it is a form of dem
< a till, but I don't believe it. As 1
■>iiiid at first, there are different ways
• if achieving greatness, and this is
ne of them spoons.
He was wheezing, and liis neck
/us swathed in flannel,and altogether
he looked miserable, and he said
his feelings had liis looks beat U'
.dock, Said he: “A hunch of merry
/nits’ persuaded me that there was
othing quite equal to an old fashion
1 bob sled ride, with hay in the
ittomofthe wagon bed to sit upon,
.ml I left a nice warm fire and a
rood book to engage in the most dis
strous frolic I was ever led into
before. It was a novelty. I’ll say
'hat for it so is aviation or suicide,
was chilled to the bone the whole
•ip, and I tie girl next to me couldn't
alk for, her teeth chattering. One
riddy youth sal upon my foot part of
ne time and was continually saying
iet’s sing something,’ and some
Jool started ‘Hot Time in the old
Town Tonight.’ It was awful. 1
have figured it out. this way: If
here was good sleighing the year
round nobody would want, to go
sleigh riding, except through neces
sity, and a man who proposed a bob
vied ride with hay in the bottom of
me wagon bed, would he promptly
.ir.vsti (k -at ioiibt lie ought to lit*.
A i -I aa't have Isa 1 this cold for fif
ty dollars. Hereafter. I'll side-stop
t ! uich f i ’i a. lion fcofa um
mu turd foot-bath."
Ii in iiub • d as. ill v- itid that fails
a waft KOmc good t<4 somebody. This
i 1 x- inputs -d by the ut venous ap
" i.it ft that (Of pn Vi'.;: to f.• Ku
a.i City stair . ait ib ta' If I.) the
i n irntl iin . 11 lull - d th rein,
the detatlB of v i ts is. ha ov In; .
t ! It is i'.ipo a',de to (slim. till
■ la a Veen a r U< t. tan a I
iv ii 1 f t .• . p ture • ■ ; d
s : ■ A.I i , ii; in a npi 1 1 .
,. a blood etmllliig.
t iTTl C . ..1 i NSC.—E’10 VAGUE-S
i* t 1; Shews a Edu at g ; a Well
As a Pleasure.
Did you over ■ lop to consider the
• all amount of expense incurred in
. isltlng the moving picture show and
(he big i ^rd(s you get for your
money. Many a man who spends hie
last tiieki 1 for fire-water could have
a great deni more fun going to the
mining picture how, for it cheers
without inebriating. Whim you take
other pleasure: there are always lit
tie side excursions that cost extra
money. For example: when you go
to tlie racen, you are almost sure to
place your money on the wrong horse;
when you go to the theater,you must
change your collar and polish youi
shoes; and when you go to church
you must assume an attitude and a
look of piety that ill becomes a black
sheep without the fold. But when
you go to the moving picture show,
you can sit 'way back in the corner in
the semi-darkness where the mai
hack of you can't see the diit on you
neck, and where, if you are real
careful you can cat peanuts and I lien
throw the shells on the floor.
And just think of the educational
advantages. Fifty years ago the only
idea we had of I’aris, Berlin and
London, were the somewhat hazy and
indefinite ideas we gleaned from the
old McGuffey geography with its
bum and antiquated woodcuts that
looked like anything but what they
were supposed to represent. Now,
you spend ten cents at the moving
picture theater and see Paris in all
her glory, Berlin and her wide,
tree lined streets, London with her
double-deck tram-cars and her inimit
able fog. If you like stirring scenes
you can see anything from a Georgia
lynching bee to an express train hold
up in California, so realistic that you
can almost hear the cries and liooi
ings of the angry mob or tile crack
of the pistol shot.
But best of all. you can go home
with the satisfaction that you turn
not spent the best pa it of a fivc
dollar William for I wo seats at a
poorly produced "high-biow” theatri
cal production - Fx.
Christian Church Notes.
Two splendid audiences wen1 at
Christian Church last Sunday to hear
the pastor give his first annua! re
port, and in that report it shows a
membership of 330, or a net gain
during the year of 142. All money re
eieved during the year $3,377.51 or a
gain of over $2,000 during the past
year. Every department shows a
splendid increase In members and
The revival meetings will com
mence riext Sunday. George W.
Jones, our musical director is here
and has the chorus well organised,
and with the chorus and orchestra
will furnish splendid music for ev
ery meeting. Following are the sub
jects for discourse at the church next
Sunday morning. Jan. a "Love
and Spiritual Gifts."
Sunday evening, Jan. !l "Elements
of Power in the Bible."
Monday evening. January 10—
Tuesday evening|.lanuary 10 "Who
Can Know His Heart?"
Wednesday evening, January 12
"God's Light Houses."
Thursday evening, January 13
"A Family Religion."
Friday evening, January I t "Keep
ing the Word."
Saturday e vening. January 15
"llow lteadisl Thou?"
Remember the dates; emue and
bring yoyr friends. Splendid singing.
| Pointed preaching. Come and hear
a man who desires to be your friend.
Frank Vertiska came near making
a new record at Pawnee City last
week when he sold a load of pure
bred Duroc Jersey hoga on the mar
ket for the neat little sum of $220.8<>.
There were eight animals in the load,
and he received eight cents a pound
for them. The spring gilts weighed
over 300 pounds each, and the fall
gilts just 400* pounds. This is an
other demonstration that it pays to
raise blooded stock.
'• WJP-^ :W
J . r, 11e r-y 7 t h.
- f 1:
r'''i , ; tie n yon
stev. them are a mighty
nice thing to begin
wit . I m1t
you think so?
There is' lots of
difference in the
kinds of prunes you
get though. If you
want to get real nice
prunes you must go to
a gro?ery that carries
good prunes and other
fruiis. Your frten ,
. S. A11 of
Celery, Fresh Oysters,
Dried Fruits--the best
to be had, at
Meat Market & Grocery
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale.
Notice is hereby given, that by
virtue of an order of sale, issued out
of tiie District Court, in and for
Richardson County and State of
Nebraska, under the seal of said
court, dated on the 3d day of March,
1909, and to mo directed as sheriff
of said county, to be executed, i
will on the 11th day of January,!910,
at 10 o'clock a. in., of said flay, at
tin west doer ot the Court House in
the city of Falls City, in said county
aid state, offer for sale at. public
vendue, and sell to the highest and
best bidder, the property described
in said order of sale towit: Lot tbre
CD block six (6) Rouleau Ai Bedards
addition (o the town of Kulo proper.
Richardson County, Nebraska, to
satisfy a decree of said court, with
interest and costs recovered by Moses
Frederick against Allen K. Bowersox,
administrator of estate of Amelia M.
VanKirk, deceased, Lizzie VanKirk,
Gilbert VanKirk and Cora Bowersox.
Terms of sale, cash.
Given under my hand at Falls City,
Nebraska, this Stli day of December,
1909. W. T. FFiNTON, Sir rilf.
By. loliii Wiltse. Attorney for l’ltf.
Notice to Redeem From Tax Sale.
Notice is hereby given, that J.H.
Shafer purchased of the county treas
ure! of Richardson county, Nebraska,
at private tax sale, on the 15th day
of April, 1908, the west half of the
east half of the southwest quarter
of .lie southwest quarter, of section
six,een, township three, range seven
teen, situated and lying in Richard
son «ounty, Nebraska, and contain
ing ten acres of land more or less,
for the taxes of the year 18X7, and
assessed in the name of Adam Mich
el. That on the 10Lh day of Decem
ber, 1908, the said purchaser, J. H.
'Shafer duly assigned tin1 said lax
certificate of purchase to the under
signed; that the time of redemption
w'il expire on the 16th day of April
1910; that unless said premises are
redeemed on or before the last nam
ed date, he will apply to the county
treasurer of said county for it tax
deed for the same.
Rated December 22d, 1909.
hirst publication Dec. 24, weeks.
If Mrs. Jones buys her coffee at
Smith's each week -
If the coffee in your store is bet
ter than Smith's and cheaper—
Why. TELL MRS. JONES!
Don't dash wildly across the
street to tell her, thou, h: shed
laugh at you. Insert a sat * , force
ful advertisement in this paper
about your coffee.
We'll catch her eye by making
your ad. attractive. T. . ;n ill that
Is left for you u> do is to take in
the money for the coffee Mrs.
I I'"'1 **> W N I .)
We Guaranty. o '• •. «
Your Gold wuh
Rcxail Co « iu- ts
or Rexall Ch ry Juice
C©u<gh yr p
THE REXALL STO T
Opposite IWolficc i alls Cu v,
—. .. * *■— —•"
II. M. Jeiine Shoe Store
Exclusive Agents for the
famous line of “ BALL
BAND 1 RUBBERS. Rub
ber Boots and Overshoes
Everything in Shoes
Miss Lizzie Reitlaml. a gradu
ate of the Weltrncr School of
Magnetic Healing, of Nevada,
Mo. I am prepared to treat dis
eases of all kinds. Phone 27‘>.
Located at Mrs. Burris’ residence
south of the convent. 4t
D. S. ricCartliy
Prompt attention given
to the removal of house
PHONE NO. 211
Horse and Cow Hides,
Wool and Pelts
highest Market Price
Fa'ls City. Phone 422
If you contemplate having a
sale see me or write for terms
at once I guarantee satisfac
tion to my patrons.
FALLS ( I I Y, NEBRASKA
C. H. MARION
Sales conducted in
scientific and busi
C. H. MARION
Falls City, Nebraska
| There are just two kinds of
Monumental work — OURS
and the other kind—
I Get Ours
City Marble Works
i • R. A. m. F. A. NEITZEL, Mrfrs.
; . »o sons
Why You ; d Bi y The GREAT MAJESTIC
At COPtn ft
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
MALI CABLE AND CHARCOAL IRON RANGE
Lasts 1 Hirer, Heats More Water, Heats it
Qu’cker, Les L< -s Fuel, Bakes Better,
/.i l ! " r ?al satisfaction than any other
i on the market.
It yon will call at our store, we will prove these facts to you.
"T * SUI SU ETEJ TINNING AND
. C. I A N t, r\ PLUMBING
Oklahoma Land Bargains
MARSHALL, OK LA.
Located on the Santa Fe Railroad, in a fine agricultural district
half way between Enid and Guthrie. We have 5 churches, 2 banks
with one-quarter million deposits, fine brick school building and
good twelve grade school. We are second to none in the raising
of wheat, corn, cats, cotton and fruit. The average rain fall for
the past seven years has been (37) inches.
If you are looking for a home, or an investment, this section
of the state offers you the very best inducements. Wife us for in
formation, or better come and see.
160 acres—31,, miles from town, 130 acres under cultivation;
30 acres in pasture. Good five room house, good orchard, two wells
of good water, barn for six horses, granary room for 1,000 bush
els. '10 acres fall wheat, 7 acres hog-tight Pice $40 per acre.
We Have Land from $20 Per Acre Up
160 acres—120 acres in cultivation, 40 acres in pasture. Good
six room house, small barn and granary, plenty of good water,
This is fine alfalfa land and is a bargain at $60 per acre.
DOOLEY <Sc SHANKS
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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 W1N1M.K, I). I>. S. Assistant
f alls City, Nebraska
Will corns back to you if you spend It at
home. It is gone forever if you send it to
the Mail-Order House. A glance through
our advertising columns will give you an
Idea where it will buy the most.
There’s a Way
To defeat the mail order man’s cut
throat methods in this community.
The way is publicity for your business
it’s the same way he uses. Oua
columns will give your business the
publicity you need.
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