The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, September 09, 1910, Image 8

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    Henry G. Smith
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240 acres well improved, li miles from Depot in Kas. Good spring Best of terms. Will take
40 acres as part payment, balance long time at low interest.
200 acres 1>4 niiies from depot, Richardson county, Nebraska Good buildings and laud. Vt ill
take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
160 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 K-mile from Ralls City high scbool.
640 acres, 98,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take 160 acres as part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Money to loan.
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Castor Oil is a familiar family
remedy, very widely used and es
pecially for children not old
enough to dictate to their el
The oil is obtained from the
castor bean by pressure.
The plant is called Uieinus
Communis or Palma Christi and
it is extensively cultivated in
this country.
The “cold pressed” oil is
nearly colorless, thick and vis
cid. It hasn’t very much taste,
but what it has, isn't good.
In manufacturing oil by the
cold pressure process, the beans
are freed from_ hulls and clean
ed, then very slightly heated and
placed in a hydraulic press and
heavy pressure applied. The re
sulting oil is high colored and
rank and must lie cleaned and pit
ified by repeatedly mixing with
warm water and skimming. This
removes the impurities among
which is on emetic principal,
which cannot he absolutely re
moved tluit causes tlie slight
feeling of neaiisea which is apt
to follow n dose of Castor Oil.
This is the only process used in
this country for the preparation
"I high grade oil but, a cheap oil
is made by boiling tile beans in
water and skimming off the nil
that rises to the surface. \o‘
rare is taken with this cheap
product and it is only used for
lubricating purposes.
<treat cart* must bo taken in
llie manutaeture of high grade
•'asittr oil. Overheating or slight
rancidity will spoil the produet.
In medical practice Hit' oil has
been largely used as a eartbartie
lor so long a time that we are
unable to say when it was first
used and it is still in high re
gard among medical men. It is
the best and most effective SIM
ITjK purgative known and finds
its greatest beneficial effects in
the treatment of the diseases of
children. It does not act upon
the liver lint stimulates the mus
cular coats of the intestines and
■‘he intestinal glands. In some
conditions it -is almost the only
laxative that can he used even
for adults, hut. its special adap
lion is to childhood.
I he No. 1 ( astor Oil of com
merce is n very good article and
does very Well. A little finer oil
sold as medicinal castor oil can
also be had and the aromatic eas
’o” oi| sometimes called “tastc
• i tor oil is most excellent.
I ' is aromatic oil is put up as
' "ts under various names
sin'1' • s • Cnx-'d", “('astro-lax.,f
It is medicinal castor oil
sweetened with sacelumiiie (sugar
can not be us ’ and flavored
with aronudi s. An emulsion can
be made with sugar and flovor
ings that is very easily taken
lug the dose has to be greatly in
I lie greatest drawback to eas-‘
tor oil is the taste and slight
nausea it produces. This is
prc'tv well overcome in the
aromatic preparation. Castor oil
can also be taken easily in milk
or imt collet*. It is quite often
RP08( •I'*tl!AV CJKUOq.llt.) HI U,)>H*J
water1 at tin* fountain.
t apsules ot castor oil have not
been very successful. The dose
is too large for capsules and
Kit inol * >rape" a patent medi
cine claiming to contain castor
Oil in capsules has something else
to increase its activity. Probab
ly njoin. tin* active uyineiplo of
aloes. , Ik
i no «lose of eimtor oil an
adult is»iml| an ounce *ir one
birge tabelspoonful; Tor amiild of
t‘o !r nr five yearr oner teaspoon
Pd. It is not necessary to be
\ cry accurate children hear eas
+°r Oil much better than adults
iind it is all eliminated and is
not dangerous. Castor oil be
comes rancid if exposed to the
air but will keep for a Jong time
in well corked bottles. Keep
your boftle Avell corked for a
very little rancidity develops a
rank taste.
The aromatic castor oil docs noS
become rancid readily. This is
very much the best preparation
to use.
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week.
—Dr. Wilson, Wahl's building.
—The Candy Kitchen for brick Ice
W. I). Kssley was down from
Lincoln to spend, Sunday.
Miss Anna Sell of Farragut la.
is visiting the family of J. A. Ilill
Miss Lois Spencer returned
Saturday from a visit with friend
in Lincoln.
Harry Craig is now (deriving fo
t lie MeM illan I)rug < 'o.
Amos Yodder is now employed
in the grocery department at K.
A. Dittmar’s.
Mrs. Alivsilla I’owell left Mon
day for Sabetlia, Ivans, to v isit
her daughter, Mrs Met/,.
Miss Anna Fiel of Farragut.
Iowa is visiting at the home of
Mrs. J. R. ILII
Miss field arrived Saturday
from Lincoln and is again in her
place in tin* 11 igh School.
Miss Kli/.aheth l’l'aun left Sun
day for Nebraska City for a week
visit witli her parents.
Hen lleichcrs came over from
Craig. Mo. to spend Sunday with
his parents.
Alvin and Frank Porr of Hum
boldt were down to spend Sunday
wit b Falls ('ity friends.
Mrs. N. K. Thomas retnnlpd
Friday to her home in Omaha aft
er a weeks visit with the Misses
Kay Patterson of Kansas ( ity
paid a week-end visit to the
family of II. Xorthdorf, returning
to the (‘ity Sunday
Charlie Shafts left Sunday for
Colorado where he will locate if
lie finds the climate agrees with
Mrs. (luyer Yates returned
Saturday to her home in Omaha
after a visit u it h her parents I.
I'. Mead and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. X. |’>. Sharp wore
railed to Omalfci Monday lieeause
of the illness of their son-inlaw,
Mr. McFarland.
Miss Nellie Kerr of St. Louis
arrived last Friday to trim for
Miss Hannah Anderson of the
Mon- Ton.
Miss Walters of Chicago
Heights arrived last Saturday
ami will teach music and drawing
in the public schools.
Miss Mamie Mitchel returned
Wednesday to her home in St. .ho
alter spending the summer with
her aunt, Mrs. tieorgo Moyer.
Misses Klizaheth, Ihirthy, and
Marjory Steele returned, Friday
from a visit with their aunt, Mrs.
Samuclson in Lincoln.
-'Iins t atlierine Maddox lett
last I lui.sday tor Mead. Xebras
l;a where she " ill teach during til
eomming vea r.
•>l \ . 11 ill of Sionx t 'ity and
Kay Zimmerman of Hiawatha
were guests over Sunday of W.
L. White's family.
Mr. Kay Could eaine down
from Omaha to spend Sunday
with his family at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. I*. S. Ueaeoek.
Mrs. tleorge Shields and her soi
Berline, returned Sunday from a
weeks visit with relatives in Fair
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barber of
New York left Monday for their
home after spending the sum
mer with Mrs. Barber's parents
Mr. and Mrs. . A. Dittmar.
Miss Battles of Miles City,
Mont, teacher of Unglish in the
High School arrived last Friday
ready for the opening of the
Fall Footwear
H M. Jenne Shoe Store.
' schools, Monday.
? Miss Myrtle Bowers roturnnrd
last Friday from Gridley, Ills,
where she spent the summer with
Mrs. Huntington is having a va
cation from duties at the Penee
Hittle store and is visiting with
relatives in Superior, Fremont an
Mrs. ('a roly no Tanner returned
I Saturday from a two weeks visit
with her son, Will Tanner and
I family in Arapahoe.
.Miss Jessie Lang came from
her homo in University Place last
Friday and will teach 4th. grade
inCcntral School the coming year.
Miss Kfale Brown Came up
from Kansas City last Friday and
will teach domestic science in
our schools.
Mrs. Claud Fordyce left Thurs
day for her home in Broken Bow
after a three weeks visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mad*
Mrs. Cooper was called from
her home in Itoekport, Mo., last
Thursday by the serious illness of
her father, Charles Uhlig.
Hov. Day was quite ill the lat
ter part of last week and unable
to preach Sunday, lie is much
improved at this writing.
L. C. Manger and nephew, Davi
< -row.returned Friday from a trip
to Colorado where they were mem
hers of a camping party at Ward
Colo. Mrs. Manger remained on
a longer visit.
C. II. Kerr left Friday for Iola,
Kansas, to see his sister Daisy
KerrCamcron in ‘Nancy’. From
there he went to Hannibal Mo.
to join the Company of which his
wife is a member.
Miss Frances Lookabill came
down from Beatrice, Saturday
and again has charge of the 7th.
Grade, Central, and is also Prin
cipal of that school.
Mrs. Willard Sears returned
Saturday from a visit with her
mother in Beaver City, Nebr.
It. . Reelhorn of Chicago is as
sistant to Prof. Darner in the
business college.
Miss Grace Thayer who will
teach 7th. and 8th. grades in the'
High School, arrived in our city
last Friday.
Miss Minnie McDonald returnee
Friday from Council Bluffs,Iowa, |
whore she spent several weeks
with the family of her brother. ]
Miss Nellie Ride came home
last Saturday from St. doe where
she visited her aunt, Mrs. Glen
Curtis for three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Corat hers re
turned Saturday from their wed
ding trip and after spending Sun
day at tlu* l’otoet home left for
Syracuse, where they will make
their home.
A Watch from Our Store
Will Bring Happiness to
Anyone, the Boy or Girl
the Man or Woman.
No other store offers you
such a large assortment
of fine watches to select
from. Look 'em over.
Miss Inez Waehtel left last Fri
day for Blanchard, la. where she
will teach in the public school du
ing the coining year.
T. D. Ilinuuelreich went to Om
aha, Tuesday to meet eastern
salesmen and buy for the A. K.
Dittmar firm, lie went to Lin
coln also, to set1 the display made
by several eastern houses at the
state fair.
Harry Pence went to Lincoln
Friday night taking with him a
supply of plants from the green
j house for the Siamonton & Pence
display. Mrs. Pence and son Ted
went up Sunday to remain with
! Mr. Pence during the Fair.
Dr. and Mrs. Chester A. Brink
j left last .Saturday for Apple Riv
i er Ills, where they will make thoi
; home. Their household goods wer
shipped last week. The doctor ex
| peets to open an office at once an
i continue his practice of medicine.
Tl.iey have the best wishes for sue
As usually treated, a sprained ankle
will disable a man for three or four
weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment freely as soon as the in
jury is received, and observing the
directions with each bottle, a cure
can be affected in from two to four
days. For sale by all druggists.
Diarrhoea is always more or less
prevalent during September. He pre
pared for it. Chamberlain’s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
prompt and effectual. It can always
be depended upon and is pleasant
to take. For sale by all drneeists.
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ent at Kansas City.
Letter From our Regular Correspond
Kansas City Stock Yards, !)-•>,
1910. Last week was satisfactory
to the seling side in the cattle
market, the general market mak
ing a net gain of 10 to 15 cents,
after a bad start Oil Monday.
Demand was strong from all the
killers, who filled big orders, tho
protesting that stocks of dressed
beef are heavy. The run to-day
is 22,000 head, moderate for a liol
idayin September, but held down
somewhat by the fact that to-day
is labor-day.
The hog market advanced 33'
cents net last week, which makes
a total gain of *1.25 per cwt., on
an average, in til'd last four weeks
Heavies have gained more than
that, and lights less. Huns aro.soi
light that packers have no time to
fight the markdt, hut have to
scramble to get a decent propor-j
tion of their orders filled. Wild
predictions aiv being mud^. as to
September markets, some going so
far as to saV top prices last,spring
will again be reached. At pres
ent the market is as high as any
time since last April. Run is
3500 to-day, market 5 to 15 highci j
light bogs at $9.(50 to $9.77, me
dium weights 9.50 to 9.70, heavies
$9.35 to 9.55.
W. C. T. U.
Temperance puts wood on the.
fire, meal in the barrel, folur in
the tub, money in the purse, con
tentment in the home, credit in
the country, clothes on the back,
I will pay for
Butter Fat.29 cents
Hens. 10 cents
Spring Chickens.11 centi
Fresh Eggs.16 cents
Bring your Cream to me.
L. L. ALDRICH, Falls City
V. G. fejjford
Falls Citp Nebr.
Newest Models in Corsets
The new styles in W. B and Warners' Rust Proof
Corsets are in. These makes need no introduction, their
merits have been proven and you know you are getting
the highest measure of wear by any Corset. Prices
from 50 cents to $5.00.
Sweaters will be wanted
We have anticipated a large demand for Sweaters *
and bought a full assortment direct from one of the lar
gest makers. Whites, Browns, Greens, Reds and Combi
nations. Very special values at $2.00, $2.50 and up to $5.
Also, Misses and Children’s at 50 cents to $2.00.
Mendels House Dresses and
Wrappers and Kimonas
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We do not often name a maker of lines we carry1
but there are so many inferior and poorly made gar-?
ments of the above sorts that we wish to call your at
tention to the make and to assure those who have noti
bought them, that Mendel’s brand is as well made as our)
$25.00 suits whether it be a Dressing Sacque at 50J
cents or a House Dress at $3.50. The prices are low,
the fabrics are all reliable.
Suits, Dresses, Coats, Skirts
* s
•Our Ready to Wear Department is full of new g'aiF
me»ta,.; We handle no ctyea^ made, sweEtT~*'Shop stuff.
Shipments are coming in daily'afffl^a'^''the: strike ln”<l#ew
York Oity has been settled we shqll soon have our orders
all filled complete. Do not delay your buying "as th*
first choice is always the best
Rugs, Linoleums, • '
Carpets, Mattings ’ i
At no time in our career in Falls City has this de
partment been so complete in its assortments. Do not
pass us in your looking.
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