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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1910)
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
BO you USE THIS PRODUCT ?
INTERESTING TALK ABOUT THE
CULTURE OF OLIVES
The Process of Manufacturing Olive
Oil. the Different Grades,
the Uses It is Put To
Ollv«» Oil is of very ancient us«* |
It was used for medicine and anoint
ing In the dawn of early history and
its use as a food antedates the Christ
ian » ra 10veil the cultivation of the
olive tree is so far in the past that
it is difficult to t*'ii when ii began.
The Olive tree grows from fifteen
to twenty-five feet high but is kept
trimmed by the ciilturist. Tho leaves
are evergreen and the wood of the
tree is very hard. II is not very
prolific, not more Ilian ten per cent
of the flowers producing fruit It
flourishes in all countries bordering
on the Mediterranean and has been
transplanted to Australia and Onlifor
nia. There are more Ilian thirty
varieties ami the oil varies with the
variety, the climate, (lie season, and
more especially with tin care, cul
ture and harvesting (ireen olives
are prepared for tho (able, and urea
familiar delicacy. Ripe olives are
pre-parcel in the same way and are
highly esteemed by many
Tin- oil is obtained from the- ripe;
Iruit by expre-saiou and the finest
oils come from Southern France*, j
the city of Nice being the* principal!
export point The* principal reason,
why French oils are finer iliitni
others is that the* French ciilturist j
gives his trees hi tler care. picks!
ally, and almost entirely by hand
The Italian oil ranks next. It is
i|i|ite as nutritious as tin French oil,
grade for grade, hut is not as
delicate. The ('ulllornia oils are]
very niueh like the Italian, slightly
inferior, I think, although they com
mand uhoul-iUW* tuihlM prffi in this
The various grades of < >li\ «• Oil
depends upon tile •midilinh ol the
fruit, .'till upon the method used. The
in"d is ealleii “Virgin Oil” or by the
French ''Premier.” It Is obtained from
choice, band-picked fruit, subjected
only to i>ht pressure. It is literally
“I’remier," or the first oil to flow
from the press, the pressure not bo
ng sufficient to force out the ranker
portions. This "Virgin or Premier”
■ il is the finest obtainable.
The second grade is obtained by
adding to the residuum in the press,
other fruit not selected as carefully
and subjecting to extreme pressure.
This oil is good, but is ranker than
the "Virgin” oil for which it is oft
A still tower grade may be made in
the same way if there should he mud
defective or damaged fruit. A very
low grade oil is obtained b\ boiling
111" refuse from the presses and'
sk mining off the oil that rises to!
(lie surtacr. And a very rank oil. j
fit only for technical purposes isj
made by fermenting tin- refus* and
again subjecting it to very heavy'
Olive oil is a nutritious, fat proditc-l
ins food. It is very easily assimilat
ed and the fine oils rarely disagree1
with even a delicate stomach. A!
though out of tii" oldest of rudiments,1
many people do not know the food
value of this product
Medicinally. Olive Oil is used
as a laxative for infants, to increase
the production id fat n adults, and j
In consumption as a substitute for
Cod Liver oil. which however, it
does not equal
It also lias considerable action on
the liver, increasing the flow of the
bill- and is very beneficial in the
treatment of gall stones and billiary
Constant us • of qlive oil lmpro\ es
the complexion anir makes the skin
soft and smooth. Small doses are of
CHESTER A. BRINK
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Diseases of Women and Children
X-ltay it.l'l Kieetrical Treatments, calls answ ■si
aia’lit nr day in c i tj or country,
punurc Office 439
PHONES Residence 4 ? I
Office Over Falls City State Bank
little value Generous and continued
use is necessary to obtain results.
More than three-fourths of all
the oil consumed is used as a table
delicacy for salads and in cooking.
In oil producing countries it takes
the place of fat and butter
There is always a heavy demand
for high grade Olive oil and the con
sumption increases constantly. The
low grade oils should not be list'd
internally. They are rank and dis
Like other food products, Olive oil
has advanced in price. A very ab
rupt advance occurred after the earth
quake at Messina, because large
quantities of stored oil were de
Our importations of Olive oil front
France and Italy are enormous, part
ly because California furnishes bul
a comparatively small amount hut.
largely because of the better quality
of the Kuropoan oils Did while
most of our oils come from France
and Italy nearly all our olives come
from Cadiz. Spain. They are ospeci
ally cultivated in that locality and the
product we receive is known ns
the Queen Olive. These are large,
fine fruit. The same provinces pro
duce a small olive known as the
Manzanillo. This variety is mostly
consumed at home, few being ex
A MORSMAN. M. D.
MORSMAN DRUC CO.
Wanted- District manager with
headquarters at Falls City. A grand
opportunity for the right man. Ad
dress in confidence. Kite I’. (’, box
1 New Vork City.
THE COMERS AND COERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week.
—Eat Sowle's Candy.
—Dr. Wilson, Wahl's building.
Send in your order tor straw
berry plants to Slmanton & I’cuee.
Charles McGuire and wife of Ham
lin, Kas , spent Saturday in this
W. It Easley of Lincoln visited
with his sister, Mrs. A. G Wanner
G. W, Ballinger left, for Tarkio,
Mo., last Saturday, where they will
make their home.
Saturday Miss Lola lleineinan had
for her guest, her eousin, Miss Meta
lleineinan, of Verdon.
Otto Werner of this city was op
erated on for appendicitis in Omaha
Monday. Ilis father, Martin Werner,
is with him. At last reports he is
—Ladies. Save Mcney! Make
finest of perfumes at home for one
fifth what you are now paying. Ton
guaranteed recipes for f>0c. Home
Supply Co , Princeton, Indiana.
Tlie boys who played “ghost." so
effectively Saturday night north of
tovyn, cun thank their lucky stars
that their victim was a generous
hearted fellow and let them off easy.
I is said that “beauty is only skin deep. That’s sut
licient. I’roperly gowned and adorned womankind
is satisfied with this depth of facial beauty. In the
wa\ ol adornments useful and necessary adornments
we are showing the very choicest designs in
The prices are fair and reasonable not “cheap,’’but
Hist right. Our show window doesn't tell halt the
story so many pretty and useful things necessary lor
My Lady's toilet that are not in the window. |But they
are here, subject to your approval.
DAVIES & OWENS
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
Philip Shouso had a message from
Congressman McGuire, stating that :
the House passed a special hill rais
ing his pension to twenty-four dol '
lars a month, As the old soldiers
grow f ■older, such action is in order.
Mr and Mrs. Eisenminger of j
Sabetha were business visitors here
tin- latter part of the week. Mrs.
Eisenminger is a cousin of Mrs.
file township assessors met with
Count) Assessor Judd Tuesday to
fix tin' rate schedule on standard
items of taxable property.
—Pont forget to visit the Home
Shoe Store for bargains in shoes
when in Kails City. 14-tf
—We have some fresh Red Seal
flour in now. Come and get a sack.
—C. A. Heck.
Most of tin1 wheat fields in this
section are being prepared for a
Inez Waclitel came down from Fe
rn Friday to spend Faster with her
—Ladies' two piece light weight
underwear 25 cents per suit at
—Young’s Pantorlum cleans and
messes ladies skirts. 44-tf
John Lichty returned Tuesday from
his trip to the east.
—Strawberry plants are ready.- Si
manton & Fence. 13-tf
Mrs. Brebeck came clown from
Shubert Saturday and remained over
Sunday at home.
Jacob Greenwald of Kansas City
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
Buy a ticket at the Lyric theater
Friday evening, April 8, and help es
tablish a "kid" playground at the
The Sister Society of the Brethren
church are holding a busy session
with Mrs. M. ,1. Schaible north of
town this afternoon.
Falls City can easily stand for
several experiments at street pav
ing. Why not hitch on another joint
and hit the crossing one point farth
Uncle Sam Arnold walked down
town Tuesday afternoon for the first
time in many months. He has been
suffering from paralysis for the
last few years.
Samuel Liehty and family have en
joyed the first visit from their grand
son. Ransom Liehty, wife and little
son came down from Lincoln Sat
urday and returned Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zoeller, and
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of Preston;
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Liehty, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Shaffer and Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Liclity of Silver Creek attended
a business meeting at the Brethren
church Tuesday evening.
WAITER WHO GAVE AWAY TIPS
Divided Money Received with Pianist
Who Had Played Accompaniment
to His Singing.
Some out of town visitors were tak
ing in an Kighth avenue cafe. The
orchestra was excellent, the pianist
especially, but first one waiter and
then another, to their surprise, would
quit waiting and sing.
One sang so well that he w'as en
cored again and again. That is, quar
ters were thrown at him from all sides
of the room. Half dollars sometimes.
They fell in the sawdust about his
feet. He kept right on singing, mov
ing toward the raining quarters, how
ever, and pushing them nearer to him,
so that he presently stood in an inter
esting little circle of quarters and half
dollars, the pianist playing his very
best at his accompaniment, ringing in
extra touches, playing beautifully, in
"How accommodating the accom
panist is." commented a visitor.
"Wait, and you'll see why,” said a
New Yorker who was with them.
Just (hen. tiie rain of money ceasing,
the waiter quit singing, stooped, gath
ered up the money, divided it In half,
and gave half to the pianist before lie
resumed bis work of wailing on the
' That's tiie iirst waiter I ever saw
give away bis tips,” the visitor said.—
New York Post.
WONDERS OF THE ANTARCTIC
Member of Expedition Impressed
with the Fascination of That
Dr. Lionville, who is with the Char
cot expedition, in a letter to Paris,
says; •The Antarctic region is quite
up to its reputation. I understand
how one can be fascinated with these
weird landscapes, where everything
that nature shows is strange and un
"The animals are prodigiously cu
rious, and Dm formation of the moun
tains and glaciers very unexpected.
It is unfortunate that we cannot spend
ten days at this place, ‘Deception,’ so
inaptly named. The penguins are most
interested in my work. When I turn
I over pieces of rock on the shores they
J come up to watch what I am doing,
draw closer and closer, elbow each
other to see better, peck the places
where 1 am digging and eiyl up by
hustling me. 1 had to speak very plain
ly to one this morning, and he walked
Poets of National Greatness.
Victor Hugo once said in his lord
ly, generalizing way, that it was
Shakespeare who prevented England
Horn being only another Carthage;
and it is indeed true that hut for our
great poets we should not hold the
place we hold in the opinion of Eu
rope. Because of them we do not
wince when we are described as a na
tion of shopkeepers, for they prove
that we, like the Florentines and Vene
tians, are something more than that.
M. Bourget lias expressed the general
wonder of cultivated foreigners that
the English nation, which seems so
matter of fact, and even dull, should
have produced two poets compared
with whose works all other poetry
seems to he prose; and these poets are
the very two who are to he honored to
day in Rome. It is certainly a fact
that more than any other nation we
produce men of genius who vary ex
tremely from our normal type, and we
never have produced more wonderful
I poets than Shelley and Keats.—Lon
; don Times.
j Stockholm "the Paris of the North."
Mr. Edward 1). Winslow, who was re
| eently appoined American consul gen
| eral in Stockholm, has arrived in Ber
! lin from America and will proceed in
J a few days to assume his post. He
I speaks of the rapidly growing itnpor
I lance of the city of Stockholm as a
j center for tourists, and specially for
j Americans, who are more and more
numerous every year. The influx is
expected to be greater than ever this
summer, in view of the exposition
| which is to be He!cl in Stockholm.
"Some Americans already know the at
tractions of Stockholm,” said Mr.
Winslow, "but more of them should
know, for Stockholm is really the
Paris of the north ' -From a Berlin Let
ter to the New York Herald's Paris
It was the bachelor girl who stood j
at the door when the woman opened it.
“i thought,” she said, ‘ that you j
didn't allow your neighbors to put i
i their milk bottles In the hall. The
last time I was here you were raising i
Cain about it. And here 1 had to
walk through a forest of them to get
i to your door. What change has come
| over the spirit of your dream?”
The woman took her by the hand
and drew her into the flat.
1 "Talk a little lower, please.” she
implored. "Those milk bottles don’t
belong to my neighbors. They be
long to me.”
One man in every twenty meet*
with an accident yearly.
5 Carload, 100 Head
I WILL BE AT, RAIN OR SHINE
Palls City, Monday, April 4th
AT CHAPMAN S FEED STABLE
I will be there for the purpose of buping Horses and Mules from 3
year-olds up, that are broke. I want three car loads of good-shaped
Chunks, and single or matched pairs of Southerners from 900 to 1.2*0
pounds—(they may be branded but must be gentle and broke). I will
also buy agd, blmishd, havy or windy gldings or mars that ar in good
markt condition, (but no plug mills). I also want on car of tasty wagon
or xprss horss or mars, from 1,200 pounds up to 1,400 pounds.
I have contracted for the year 1910. with a New York Teaming con
ci rii. one of the largest in the Unites! States, to supply them with all
their horses, direct from the country and 1 will pay more than any
other buyer for Morses or Mares that will go in this order. They must
he as follows: Nothing under four years old. from that to !); must be
double broke; need not be fat but must be the rugged, draft) kind,
with plenty of bone; they should weigh from 1.400 pounds up. Lead iu
this kind and get the top price
I have no agents or partners, and personally do all my own buying.
Anyone using my name, or claiming to be buying for me, will be prose
cuted to the full extent of the law.
J. B. McGINN "
The most extensive individual buyer in the world. Western head
quarters and feeding stables, Union Stock Yards, South Om3ha, Neb.
HOLD YOUR STOCK
FOR OWENS. He AlwaVs Pays
More than Other Buvers
Lat and broke to work—from 4 to 8
years old. Bring in your stock and
get the highest market price, at
Falls City, Sat., April 2
J. W. OWENS
Most Extensive Dealer in United States.
YOU CAN T FAIL IN BAKING WHEN
Every quality that a good flour should
have is to be found in Gold Coin. It
Hin HIT r/ flmo i p 's *n nutritious properties and is
B*t*‘'*'*'» KAlloflo. also absolutely pure milled flour from
the finest Kansas hard winter wheat
i •JSHMPL. 1 Ask Your Grocer
C -i> For It!
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