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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1910)
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
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~4U acres well unproved, It miles from Depot in Kas. Good spring. Best of terms. W ill take
40 acres as part payment, balance long time at low iuterest.
200 acres 1lA miies from depot. Richardson county, Nebraska Good buildings and land. V, ill
take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
100 acres upland, 1 mile from depot. Richardson county, Nebraska. $12,000.
160 acres Johnson county, Nebraska 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent
107 acres near Brownville, Nebraska
80 acres %-mile from Falls City high school.
040 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take 100 acres a, part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Money to loan.
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GOOD FOR MAN AND BEAST
WHAT DR MORSMAN HAS TO
SAY ABOUT EPSOM SALTS.
A Manufactured Product, Though
Similar to the P oduct of
Epsom Springs, Eng
In the sixteenth century Epson
England became noted for the uiedi
cina. waters of its springs and it war
tht> tncccn of the sick and those
'‘troubled with a humor of tli*
blood," becoming soon a popular re
sort with reputation or great curative
pow< t for nil diseases.
Some time later 1675- the water
was evaporate i and the salts so ob
tain* d were sold under the name of
Epscm Salts, md tills being the only
known source > f supply, they were
high!} esteemed and brought big
prices. Hence the name "Epsom” an
applied to ibis drug The Germans
tall it, "Hitte-saltz." The chemical
nanu is "Magnesium Sulphate.”
Chemists soon determined the na
ture of the compound and also dis
covt -cd that It could be obtained from
Hie evaporation of sea water by care
ful erystallzntlon and the town of
Epsom lost its medical prestige and
Now itis made chemically by treat
ing magnesitm. bearing rocks with
sulphuric acid Dalmnite is one of its
native forms and in Germany an im
pure magnesium sulphate is found,
calh d Keiserltc. in Maryland and
Pennsylvania natural magnesium
rooks are found in large veins. It
<s also a by-product in making car
bonic acid gas. Epsom Stilts arc now
very plentiful and cheap.
1 It is a carthartlo, diuretic ami re
frigerant. The old belief that "salts
cools the blood" bad foundation In
fact. It has been used with excel
lent results in fevers where a Inxa
tive w-as indicated and it Is an effi
cient saline cathartic at nil times,
it is apt to produce a little griping
and the taste s nauseous and bitter.
Tills taste can lie partly covered by
lemon Juice or by taking it in carbon
ate water, and there are a number of
effervescing preparations that con
tain it. Abbott’s Saline Laxative,
which the physicians very kindly in
troduced to the public, is the effer
vescing Magnesium Sulphate of the
Brlthish pharmacopoeia! All the mit
Clean Your Cream
Not only the quickest and
easier cleanser you can use, but
also the safest—because it con
tains no caustic or alkali—no
danger of tainting the milk.
Old Dutch Cleanser
Is hygienic and Ster
ilizes as well as cleans.
Old Dutch Cleanser is an
all-’round cleanser. It
and is the best cleanser to use
in the kitchen and through
out the house. Avoid de
structive caustic and acid clean
i1 nil waters, natural and artificial i mi
i lain ningin siuin Sulphate.
The druggist buys Epsom Sails in
barn is. He mils it. to his customers
in hulk if desired but usually put up
.11 packages with label and directions
for phi'. This is the best way to buy
It for family usi , because the box or
cartoon keeps it from being wasted,
it always hardens unless kept in
very dry atmosphere, whether in
box or barrel, but it is easily broken
up, It will also effervesce on the
■ urtTee; that is it turns white and:
powdery. That docs not hurt it any.
It lias merely lost the water of crys
tallisation by evaporation. Very many
families keep this drug In the home
all the time and aside from the un
pleasant taste there is no hotter Sa
line cathartic for domestic use.
Tills salt is very largely used in
voteiinary practice and lias superced
ed Glauber Sails, although the latter
A little Epsom Salts put In starch
makes it Btlffer and a stronger solu
tion; in whitewash it makes it whiter
and more brilliant. It used to lie
used in English mills for "loading”
cotton goods to give them greater
weight ami firmness.
A MORSMAN. M.D
Morsman Dru/j Co.
L L. Hall will preach at. Zion
next Sunday morning,
I’rof. Hurst attended the Hiawatha
George Kallstend and family have
moved into their new home.
Anderson Miller has gone to the
mountains to spend some time.
The will of William Voegele was
probated in Judge Gagnon's court
A number of ladles from here at
tended the chautauqua at Hiawatha
W ' are glad to he able to report
that tlie baby of Uev. and Mrs. M. C.
Brooks ,1s better .
'Win. Deckinger of Preston was
In the City Tuesday and took time
io cull at The Tribune office.
Bert Engels of Auburn lost fifteen
acres of wheat by fire this week.
The fire started from a spark from
a passing train.
The corn Is in splendid condition
in most parts of the country. It
grreatly needs rain just at this time
to start tlie cars.
S. Klmmel, who tins been confined
to his lied all spring with an attack
of Sciatic rheumatism was able to lie
out again Sinning.
'uirloi. Wiles accidently shot
himself in the foot with a revol
. . hist Sunday while carelessly fool
lug with the weapon.
The south and west have been hav
ing some experience with the hot
winds.The corn crop in places is
already seriously damaged. *
M'Bs Shirley Wilcox has returned
to her home m Colorado, after an
extended visit with her grandmother,
Mrs Jenkins and other relatives.
Mrs. Wm. Griffin, who has been vis
Bing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
McCormick, for two weeks, left this
uorning to her home in Hebron.
Bert Mason and Ballow Wanner,
• wo of Kalis City's prospective avia
tors. attended the meet in Omaha
ust week and really saw men fly.
It was a ’>ig day in Omaha. Next—
To Mark the Day
you call her thine, the handsom
est engagement ring you can af
ford is none too good. Come here
and we'll help you choose wisely
and according to your means.
For the Bastertide
it will be just as well to secure
the ring now. That will give us
plenty of time to attend to the en
graving all wedding rings should
R. B. Simpson
North Window Korr’s Pharmaoy
The County in Genera/
The “Doings” of Our Country Friends
Mis. Maggie Higgins lias been quite
sick (lie past week.
Mrs. VV. H. Wheeler is quite poor
ly again this week.
Mrs. M. W. Knapp of Nemaha visit
id Stella friends Wednesday.
Miss Olive Tilden of Salem is visit
ing Stella relatives this week.
Rev. and Mrs. Shirk returned last,
week from a months visit at their
Mrs. J. M. Goodloe and children
spent, the first of the week visiting
Win. Rife and family from near
Humboldt visited Sunday at the home
of .1 ohn S. Mann.
Miss Millie Travers of Shubert vis
ited several days last week with Mrs.
Miss Sybil Mann spent last week
in the country at tlm home of her
brother, Will, Rife.
Mrs. Win. Moore returned Tues
day from Kansas City where she had
been visiting her daughter.
The little Misses Wirth and Thelma
Zentz of Brock spent the latter part
of last week with Miss Grace Hin
Cecil Curtis *-eturned last. Thursday
from Liberal Mo., where he had
spent the past month visiting his
Tie infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Jqshua Curtis has been quite
sick for several days, but is better at
Mrs. Z. Plxloy visited her brother’s
family at Brock the first of the week,
iting at the home her brother,
Thomas Hale, i |
Harry Foster and wife, after trying
farming since spring, have concluded
they do not, like it, and moved back
to Kansas City last week
M.H.Vandeventer and wife received
a telegram Tuesday announcing the
death of their friend, Mrs. Whity'
Cook of College View, Neb.
Mrs. Jennie Griff ith is planning a
trip to Indiana in the near future to
visit a couple of uncles, whom she
lias not seen for twenty years.
Mrs. John Henderson and daugh
ter, Willa, left Saturday for a visit
with their daughter and sister, Mrs.
George Weaver at Fort Morgan, Col.
Mr and Mrs. Marion Marts and
family of Liberal. Mo., arrived
last week to spend the remainder of
ihe summer with Mrs. Marts’ parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Curtis.
Hoy Tomlinson and wife moved the
first of the week into the Nutter cot
tage. Mrs. Hays will remodel the
House vacated by them and make it
strictly modern and will be occupied
by herself and daughter, MisseNevada
Mr. Butterfield, who has been at
tilt' home of his daughter for the past
month, left Monday for liis home
with bis son at. Brock. The old gen
tleman is past ninety years of age and
is in very poor health since the
warm weathe r
Dr. G. W. Reneker returned this
week from Detroit. He attended the1
National B. I’. O. E. convention at
that place, being a delegate from
•lie Falls City lodge. I
A Fresh Egg Drink
at our fountain is nutritious, whole
some and perfectly delicious.
Made in AU Flavors—Try One
Only pure fruit juices and syrups
used. Ours—the most
The Candy Kitchen
P. 0. BACAKOS Prop. \
Toni James was a county seat vis
Dewey Sims is visiting in Paw*v
City this week.
W McDougali of Stella was in this
Lee Marburger was on the sick list
the last of the week.
Kathleen Go’danl was on the sick
list a few days this week.
Carl Mann of Lincoln was in Hum
bold' tlie first of the week.
Mrs. I. Shirley entertained a small
company of friends Thursday.
Harry Philpot. and family of Table
Koek was in this city Sunday.
Mrs. John 0 rd of Lincoln is vis
iting relatives in this city this week.
The Linger-Longer club met with
Mrs. L. S. llackett, Wednesday after
Mrs Clove Sullivan of Omaha is
visiting her parents, Frank Wilson
Miss Daisy Albright returned Mon
day from a visit witli relatives in
Mrs. Clara Grinstead of Maitland
Mo., is visiting relatives in Humboldt
Clyde Butler and Miss Vernie Bill
ings visited Pawnee relatives the last
of the week.
Anton Sacher and family and Frank
Steinauer of Steinauer were in this
Miss Daisy Morris was a guest at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Will
Alexander this week.
Guy Wheeler returned Saturday of
last week from a visit to his grand
mother at Table Rock .
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Mrs. Edwin Zable of Lincoln is
visiting her grandparents. Rock Will
'antson and wife this week.
Dr. Bartley ictUiiied to his home in
Omaha Friday, after spending some
time with friends in this city.
Glenn Shurtleff met with a painful
accident Monday, a colt kicked him,
breaking his arm below the elbow.
John Powers, Jr., Roy Reid. George
Reid, Wayne Hamilton and H. Bow
ers were passengers to Otnalia Fri
The families of Ray Gist, Irvin
Shirley and L. S. Hackett are enjoy
ing camp life and fishing on the
banks of South Fork .
December Babcock, who left Sun
day to attend the Pawnee Chautau
qua, returned Monday, having been
called home by the illness of her
Miss Faye Sanford, who had been
visiting the family of Otis Unkefer,
was called to Verdon this week by
the serious illness of her sister. Mrs.
R. L. Hoff and family are this week
moving into the Win. Veits property.
The place vacated by them will soon
be occupied by the owner, Fred Rist.
who contemplates moving in from the
Mrs. D. F. Garver returned Satur
day from Mitchell, South Dakota,
where she had been visiting her
daughter .Mrs. H. R. Beyer. She
was accompanied on her return by
her little grandaughter, Helen Beyer,
who will spend the summer in this
Mr. Marshal of the state agriculture
station was in town Thursday. H. C.
Smith took him and an auto load to
have a look at Smith’s big fruit farm.
Mr. Marshal was highly pleased with
whai he saw.
Mrs. E. E. Marr and daughter,
Marie, spent a part of this w-eek with
relatives in Lincoln.
H. M. Jenoe Shoe Store
THE COMERS AND GOERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME.
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
The Past Week.
Dont miss the Chautauqua.
lluy your Chautauqua tickets now.
Try The Tribune for fine and all
Thj firms who advertise have the
; goods to sell. Try them.
E. E. James is planning to build a
v hcUot before winter.
Have you received a Chautauqua
program? If not, do so at once.
Neal Thornton returned Sunday
from a business trip to Muskogee,
Tin government thermometers are
in grave dange of melting these hot
F. P. Page was a passenger on the
early train for Falls City on Monday
Mrs. Andrew Cameron is entertain
ner uncle, Thomas Fager of Butler,
Rev. F. E. Day attended the con
vention of the Christian church held
in Bethany this week.
M*\ Wahl is celebrating the 27th
anniversary of his going into business
by holding a big bargain sale.
Tin Chautauqua this year will offer
some strong features. See the an
nouncements on an other page.
Miss Dora GHnes spent a part of
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Schaer in Superior, Nebraska.
Take an afternoon run to Stella
next Sunday afternoon. It will make
a pleasant run and will be worth
Cass Jones of Rulo was here Mon
day ’aying plans for his campaign for
i >ean government and the peoples’
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If any of onr young readers are am
bitious to secure positions in banks
and business offices we advise them to
write tlie Grand Island Business and
Normal college, Grand Island, at
once This college will admit young
men and women from the farms
and villages and no fees are to be
paid until the Student graduates and
earns the money. It is one of the fin
est and most prosperous business col
leges in the United States.
Special services will be held at the
Jenne opera house Sunday morning by
the Christian congregation, and all
members are cordially invited to bo
present. Bible school at 9:45 a. m.
Y.P.S.C.E. and the evening evange
listic services will be held at the Air
dome. Everyone is invited to bo
There is a jolly camping crowd in
the Deuchler grove five miles east of
town this week. Mrs. Watson and her
Sunday School class, have taken
tents, swings and game tools and
“hiked” to the woods. They tolerate
Rev. Watson as long as he keeps a
good supply of fresh water and fish.
\Vm. M. Doty of South Omaha came
to this city the latter part of last
wool? to spend a few days with rela
tives. He will be accompanied home
by bis wife and children, who have
spent the past two weeks with Mrs.
Doty’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. McCor
Miss Nellie Downs spent the latter
part of the week with friends in Kan
sas City. While in Kansas City she
saw John W. Powell, and reports him
as being much better and he hopes to
be able to retivn nomo before a great,
Mrs. Fred E. Schmidt and littla
daughter .Imogene, and sister. Miss
Iantha Deyda are spending this week
in Bethany. Mrs. Schmidt is a del
egate from th"* C. W. B. M. of the
Christian church to the convention
held in Behany this week.
Falls City Chautauqua, Aug. 6 to 14!
Five Minutes ]
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THE DESTINY OF AN EMPIRE HAS
OFTEN HINGED ON INACCURATE TIME
A Dependable Watch j
Such as we handle
is a good investment, besides having a tendency to
quiet the nerves and promote confidence. A ‘ ‘good "
watch is not necessarily an expensive watch. We can
fit you out at a very moderate cost. ,,
Come in and let us
talk the matter over
DAVIES & OWENS
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS FALLS CITY. NEBRASKA j
Tom Clark and wife, who have
been visiting relatives in this city,
returned the first of the week to their
home in Chicago.
Mrs. John Parlier, who has been
very sick for the past two weeks is
much better and is able to be up
most of the time.
Mrs. John Hossack and little grand
son, Neal Mulligan, returned home
Tuesday from a visit to relatives at
Stella and Verdon.
A number of new dwellings are be
iug erected in different parts of
town Every one will soon be occu
pied. More should be in course of
Miss Nelle Cain left this week for
a three months visit to her sister,
Mrs. Wm. B. Julian, at I^ong Beach,
Miss Wherry Lowe left Saturday
for Bethany to attend a convention
of the Christian church and to visit
her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Morris.
Nebraska republicans took a decid
edly advanced stand at the conven
tion Tuesday. They are promoting the
county option question with enthu
Miss Dora Richards returned this
week from a months visit to relatives
in Michigan. She is back to her
work at V. G. Lyford’s store and says
her vacation was a very enjoyablo
Mrs. Carrie Paxton and son Law
rence returned this week from a
visit in Kansas City. Lawrence has
been in the hospital at that place
for the past two weeks.
James Bascom, who has been em
ployed for some time on the Daily
Journal, left Monday for a short
visit with relatives in Pawnee. From
there he will go i ast where he ex
pects to spend some time.
The, carpenter work on the new
Christian church is being rushed for
with an unusual rapidity. The breth
ren can congratulate themselves up
on their choice of a contractor.
Richard King returned from Omaha
Monday aDer spending a few days in
that city. He was accompanied home
by his cousin, Fonse Dore, who will
visit here several days.
The farmers on the* bottoms are
hurrying the work of getting their
grain threshed before a freshet catch
es them and floods the bottoms. ^
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