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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1910)
Corn shucking is over in this vicin
Ralph Randolph was the guest of
George Vaughn and Ed Durfee Sun
Will Each was a county seat visitor
A. J. Hackworth was in this vicin
Will Strecker purchased a fine new
buggy last week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Oberst went to
St. Joe last week.
George Vaughan had business at C.
Mrs. George Matthews was a Falls
City visitor Saturday.
E. E. Durfee and wife were Falls
City visitors Saturday.
Dora Zimmerman and brothers wer
In Falls City Saturday.
Grover Vaughn went to Humboldt t
visit relatives last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haeffele were
Falls City visitors last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Burk were in
Falls City one day last week,
Grace Randolph returned from For
♦escue Saturday where she visited
•riends and relatives.
M. J. Durfee, Charles McWain and
Charles Pelcher were Preston visit
E. J. Durfee and wife spent Satur
day evening and Sunday with his son,
E. E. Durfee and family.
When your feet are wet and cold,
and your body chilled through and
through from exposure, take a big
dose of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
bathe your feet in hot water before g
ing to bed, and you are almost cer
tain to ward off a severe cold. For
sale by all dealers.
McKinley is seriously ill with ty
Mike Murphy was down to Falls
City last week.
Miss Kate O'Donnell spent Satur
day and Sunday at home.
Mrs. Glines went to Haddam, Kas.,
last week to visit relatives.
Wanna Zimmerman and Sam at-1
tended church here Sunday.
Walter Uttermohlen is recovering
slowly from the typhoid fever.
Lillian baffler fell and fractured
her knee while skating Sunday.
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Tiehen last Wednesday.
Marie Crotty spent Saturday and
Sunday with Mrs. Bryan O’Connell.
Theresa Armbruster was over from
Shubert last Saturday nad Sunday.
Garrett Quinlan was quite sick the
past week, caused from eating fresh
Miss Clema Rousek was down from
Humboldt and spent Saturday and
Sunday at. her homo in Falls City.
Miss Morris of Humboldt came
down and spent a few days with her
sister, Mrs. Alexander.
Curtis Ramsey who had his arm
broken some time ago, is able to re
turn to his school duties at Peru.
Bridgie Kean is improving from the
effects of the run away that she had
the misfortune to be in two weeks
“ I wouldn’t take a thousand
dollars lor the good VINOL has
done me. I was told that Cod Liver
Oil was the medicine I needed for
my weakened condition and poor
blood. I could not take the greasy
mixture, and when our druggist told
me that VINOL contained not only
tonic iron but all the medicinal prop
erties of Cod Liver Oil without the
grease or oil or bad taste, I made
up my mind that was the medicine
for me. I tried it and to-day am
strong and well.”
Mrs. J. T. Snyder,
Greensboro, N. C.
We fpiArantre the geniiincneii of the
We sell VINOL with the
understanding that if it does
noi give the purchaser per
fect satisfaction, we return
his money without question.
Will you try a bottle un
der these conditions?
A. G. WANNER, Druggist,
Here and There.
If God ask a sacrifice, He will also
make you able to offer it.
Make it your habit not to be criti
cal about small things.—Up. Phillip
The secret of success in life is to i>o
ready for his opportunity when it
Great opportunities come to all, but
many do not know they have met
them. The only preparation to take
advantage of them is simple fidelity
to what each day brings.—Dunning.
The best meu are not those who
have waited for chances, but who
have taken them; besieged the chanc
conquered the chance, and made
chance the sevitor.—Chapin.
1 like to hear one pronounce the
name of God with a subdued awe and
to see the cast of thought overspread
the features when eternal things are
named. I like to see a delicate and
quiet handling of sacred truths—as
you speak the name of your mother
in heaven.—T. T. Munger.
Blessed is the man who has the gilt
jf making friends, for it is one of
God’s best gifts. It involves many
things, but above all is the power of
going out of one’s self and seeing
and appreciating whatever is noble
and loving in another man.—Thomas
When you have a cold get a bottle
of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. It
will soon fix you all right and will
ward off any tendency toward pneu
monia. This remedy contains no
opium or other narcotic and may be
given as confidently to a baby as to
a nadult. Sold by all druggists.
PRICES CUT. PH0T08.
Between now and December 16, I
will make special low prices on Xmas
Photos. See Oswald over Electric
W. C. T. U.
Abraham Lincoln said: “For thirty
years I have been a temperance man
Had it not been for my total-abstin
ence principles in the early days of
my temptation, I should probably
gone the same way that so many of
my companions went who lived drunk
ards’ lives and are filling drunkards’
THE COMING YEAR.
This is the fifth year The Slate
fournal makes its Bargain week offer
to accept subscriptions for the whole
of 1911 for only $2 without Sunday,
or f 4 with Sunday. This offer not
good after the week of December 21
to 28 as after that date the regular
prices of $4 and $2 will be charged.
This year tlie legislative sessions will
make The Journal especially interest
ing and people who have never before
read the paper will be anxious to get
it to watch the doings of the legisla
ture, because The Journal is not a
fraid to print all that happens. The
paper stops when the time is up. B.
prints more state telegraph than any
other Nebraska paper; has a vigor
our Washington department and
and is independent of factions. Its
especially attractive to people who
want to know what is really
going on. If you should send in your
remittance at once the paper will be
sent from now until January 1, 1912,
at this cut price. Address State Jour
nal, Lincoln, Neb.
Good show case at a bargain—Appl
at the Tribune office.
Werner, Mosiman &. Co.
Buggies, Carriages, Wagons
and all Farm Implements
Gasoline engines a special feature in our large
stock. Kngines of the best makes adaptable to all
kinds of machinery.
Dairy Maid Cream Separators
A cream separator is indespensable on a farm. \
We can supply you for we carry the best. !
The best and most durable machinery set up
the quickest. Work guaranteed.
Give us a trial.
FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA |
We want “I CAN” and "I WILL”
men for our permanent sales force.
This is an opening for the man who
wants to be a REAL accident sales
man. with exceptional money-making
opportunities. If you believe in do
ing business on a "100 per cent hon
est basis,” if you want "success,” If
your wishbone is not where your
backbone ought to be, write us to
day for full particulars.
National Fidelity & Casualty Co.,
National Fidelity and Casualty Bldg.,
—Patronize home industries. Ben
iamino Franklin’s old and up-to-date
Magazine, The Saturday Evening
Post, is now carried in Falls City
by Lewis Wise. He asks the patron
age of the intelligent reading public
of Falls City. Read the Post it is
good, and belongs to a home industry.
I have for sale the 40 acre trac
belonging to Charles Portrey,
lying North of the city and ad-,
joining the Meyers land on the
North, was a part of the Sarah
Rhine land. Can sell the tract
in 1, 2, 3, or 5 acre tracts to suit
the purchaser. Can give 3 years
time on twothirds of the purchase
price. Mr. Portrey will have the
land surveyed anil give a road
from the city to each tract. This
is a chance to get a nice piece of
land for a home near town at a
very reasonable price and on ex
ceedingly reasonable terms.
For further particulars call at j
the office of I
John \V. Powell.,
1st. floor of new office building
south of Court House square, i
Falls City, Nebraska.
Office Phone 252, Home 51. j
The quicker the cold is gotten rid
of the less danger from pneumonia
and other serious diseases. Mr. B.
W. L. Ilall, of Waverly, Va., says, “I
firmly believe Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy to be absolutely the best
preparation on the markets for colds.
I have recommended it to my friends
and they all agree with me.” For
sael by all druggists.
Ladies’ Suede and
H. M. Jenne Shoe Store
FALLS CITY, NEB.
DRAWER NO. 12.
REPORTS on financial standing
and reliability of firms, corporations
and Individuals anywhere.
Domestic and foreign COLLEC
TIONS given prompt and competent
D. S. flcCarthy •
Prompt attention jrlven
to the removal of house- '
hold goodB. .
PHONE NO. 211 ]
H I I I I I ..
Ft F\ FfOBFiFtTS
Office over Kerr’s Pharmacy
Office Phene 260 Residence Phone 27]
EDGAR R. MATHERS
E> El N 'T 1© 'T
Phones: Nos. 177, 217
Kam’i,. Wahl Building
DR. C. N. ALLISON
DE NT! ST
Phone 248 Ovcrltichardson Count)
FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
DR. H, S. ANDREWS
Calls Answered Day Or Night
In Town or Country.
TELEPHONE No. 3
BARADA. - NEBRASKA
A. J. SMITH M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Calls answered promptly night or
Salem, : : : Nebr.
Phones, Mutual 53; S. E. Neb. 33.
CLEAVER A. SEBOLD
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
NOTARY IN OFFICE
Before arranging date write, tele
phone or telegraph, my expense
J. 0. WHITAKER
Phone* 168-131-2161 Fall* City. Neb
I Isn’t Right Now of your financial condition ?
a Good Tim*"to 1)l,ril^ th*-se yea™ ot Pr?s'
- ... 11 ——— pn ity how much of your in
Take Stock come have you saved? Per
haps Very little, if any. Why not start right now
by opening an account with the
Falls City State Bank
and conserve your income from now on? 1 his bank
furnishes deposit slips, checks and pass books free
and pays interest on lime Deposits and CPilLl)
A Typewriter Test That Hearts
blindfold yourself. Have ten typewriters of different make placed
in a row—a Monarch somewhere among them.
Try each keyboard in turn. The machine with the lightest touch
will be the
and you can locate it every time no matter how its position be
JuBt as th© proper tools prodoce the best work, so does a nsitoi
slve key action increase the efficiency of a stenographer. It saves
her strength. Therefore, she has a better grip on her work, Is
more accurate, more rapid, gets a greater quantity of work done.
There is no "three-o’clock fatigue" where the Monarch Is used,
and a few days’ trial will convince you of this fact.
SEND FOR MONARCH LITERATURE
Light Touch Honarchs are Sold on the
Monthly Payment Plan
A post curd will brintf full information.
(JIVE US A TRIAL ORDER ON SUPPLIES.
The Monarch Typewriter
•111 South ir.th Street, Omaha, Neb.
Shoes For All
JJAVE THE HOME SHOE STORE IN MIND
when in need of Shoes. We have Shoes for all
the family at low prices. See our bi^ line of :: ::
Overshoes and Felts
at the lowest prices. We also have a first class
Shoe Repairer and guarantee all work.
Men’s Half Soles.50c to 65c
Ladies’ Half Soles.40c to 55c
The Home Shoe Store
FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
Three Doors South Richardson County Bank
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