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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1910)
Nebraska Women Have the Choice
of the Finest F!our in the World
The If you
demand are among
for Pmi- the minority
tan Flour is who have not
so great right tested Puritan
inourown state flour you hadhest
of Nebraska, that make the experi
it taxes the capaci- ment today. Why
ty of our mills to sup- stick to that merely
ply it. Knowing Puri- ordinarily good flourf
tan quality as we do we Bread made from the aver
keenly regret our inanili- age flour is part waste, part
ty to meet the orders from impurity and only part food,
far-away points—we would Bread made from Puritan flour
like to make it possible for is all good •— all pure —
everybody to enjoy those “bigger all white—at' light.
—whiter—lighter loaves” that arc Wc guarantee every sack of it and
made from Puritan flour alone. It have instructed our dealers everywhere
would he our delight to know of *o return your money if you do not find
every woman’s husband saving “My Puritan just what we say it is—the
dear, how your cooking has improved best flour you ever used—the fittest—
since you have used Puritan flour.” I I the most nourishing—the most satisfactory
is an everyday remark in Nebraska. in all respects.
The Puritan Millers, Schuyler, Nebraska
Character is what you are.
Reputation is what people
think you are.
This is as true of Pianos as of people. The reputa
tion of the “Crown Pianos’’ rests upon their character,
and their fame spring’s from the confidence of customers
and the enthusiasm of the piano dealers who know them
and recommend them upon their merit. Call and see
instruments at my residence opposite Court House.
CLARENCE E. SMITH
\Pictures, Art Goods and
Japanese. “Pastels, Water Colors
See us for Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and (ilass, etc.
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King, Zimber ® DeWald
Fulls City, Nebraska
|U| pAT Fresh meat of all kinds may be
* had of Mack & INixon, either at
the Market in Barada or at the
Mack farm. Good Beef, 8c and Me per pound.
Pork dressed I lc. Will deliver if not too far out.
Mack & Nixon, Barada, Nebr.
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K. K. Kulp of Wymore spent Mon
day in Rulo.
Dan Ratekin was a Falls City vis
.1 S. Perry of Lincoln was a Rulo
Alice Gilbert was a Falls City vis
Cecil and Mamie Kanaly were shop
ring in St. Joe Saturday.
Harrison Alexander of Missouri was
a Rulo visitor last week.
Plain Anderson and Jeff Gilbert
went to Hiawatha, Kans., Sunday.
James Roland of Missouri was a
Rulo visitor the last of the week.
Tom Wallace visited with friends
in Missouri last Friday.
Mrs. Han Fickle and daughter are
visiting relatives in Rulo.
Joe Lumt'ord of Napier visited with
relatives in Rulo the last of the week
ICnimn Shepherd came from Kansas
City Friday to visit with home folks.
Rev. Keith was transacting busi
ness in Rulo several days last week.
Prof. Voegelein and John Hopkins
took a trip to Try and Horton Sat
John Aikmaii came down from Lin
coln to spend the holidays with his
Mrs. .1. R. MeCelarv of Falls City
was a business visitor here Thurs
Pert ltnreland is spending his holi
day vacation with relatives at Sterl
Alma Dorste, who is attending col
lege at University Place is home
for the Holiday vacation.
Mrs. Koy Hart and daughter. Miss
Gladys, came up from St. Joseph
Sunday night for a visit to relatives
John Inks of Salem visited with
his sister here a couple of days the
first of the week.
Talbut Hinkle came down from
University Place Friday to spend his
vacation with home folks.
Roy Williams, wife and daughter
spent a few days this week with Mrs.
William’s mother at Skidmore, Mo.
Eston Jones lias bought L. Rec
ord's blacksmith shop and will do all
kinds of blacksm'thing and repal
Mrs. Raymond Hard and little dau
ghter of St. Joseph came Sunday to
spend the Holidays with Rula rela
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huber returned
Wednesday to their home at Water
loo, Iowa after a two weeks visit
with relatives in this vicinity.
Misses Elizabeth Moore and Bessie
Anderson have purchased Miss Ada
Clark’s stock of millinery goods and
will continue the business.
The boys scout club met at tho
home of Mrs. .1. I,. Hopkins Wednes
day night. The time was spent in
playing games of various kinds.
Bryan Goolsby was struck in the
mouth with a rock in the hands of
workman while unloading rock ac ross
the river Tuosdav, Inflicting a very
Prof. Voegolein and c lass of Sunday
School boys a"e clearing Henry Brin
egar’s orchard of underbrush and
weeds to raise money to get a hook
case of the Sunday School sup
, HI. 1
Call and look over our stock. We
have a fine Home made Mix at 10c
per pound. Fancy box goods from
20c up. Fruit, Nuts and Cigars.
We invite churches, committees an
teachers to call and let us figure
with them. We have the best and
that only is good enough for our pa
The Candy Kitchen
P. G. Bacakos, Proprietor.
How To Stop
We don’t mef n just stop the irri
tation in your throat—but cure the
Cough syrups cannot do this. It
takes a constitutional tonic body
builder to do the work properly- -
and cure you to stay cured. \ inol
is the remedy you need.
111:i:i-: is ruooi'
Mrs. Minnie Oh^imhI, of tiloriN I'ulln, j
■N. \., wrllt'M; - " ilor I rylng; xovornl n*m- I
cdien for a had nmglt anti «*«»!«! without
henetlt, I wum linked to try Yiuol. It
worked like magic. It euretl my <*old
anil cough and I gained in health and
strength. I consider \ inol the most
wonderful tonic and litvlgnrator I ever
If we cannot stop that cough
with YINOI, our delicious cod
liver and iron tonic—which is made
without oil -we will not charge
you a cent for the medicine you
buy. This seems like a pretty fair
proposition—and ought to be ac
cepted. Don’t you think so? With
this understanding we ask you to
try a bottle of VINOL.
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
HWH M III M I 111 I III M > »4
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:: D. S. HcCarthy !
I: DRAT AND
I; TRANSFER ;
1 [ Prompt attention (riven '
' | to the removal of house- j
! hold (roods.
PHONE NO. 211
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R R. ROBERTS
Office over Kerr’s Pharmacy
Office Phone2fiO Residence Phone 271
EDGAR R. MATHERS
ID El N T 1 © T"
Phones: No?. 177, 217
STATE BANK BUILDING.
DR. C. N. ALLISON
Phone 218 Over Richardson Countj
FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
DR. H. S. ANDREWS
Calls Answered Day Or Night
In Town or Country.
TELEPHONE No. 3
BARADA. - NEBRASKA
CLEAVER 4, SEBOLD
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
NOTARY IN OFFICE
Ladies’ Suede and
H. M. Jenne Shoe Store
MONEY TO LOAN—Have a few
sums of private money, fifteen hun
dred dollars and upwards to loan on
good farm land. If you wish to bor
row write, or call on me.—Henry C.
Smith, Falls City, Nebraska.
A Typewriter Test That Heans
lillndfold yourself. I!avo ten typewriters of different make placed
in a row —a Monarch somewhere among them.
Try each keyboard In turn. Too machine with the lightest touch
will bo the
and you can locate It every time no matter how its position bo
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.1 list as the proper tools produce the best work, so does a respon
sive key action increase the efficiency of u 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 convl nee you of this fact.
SEND FOR MONARCH LITERATURE
Light Touch Honarchs are Sold on the
Monthly Payment Plan
A post card will bring full information.
CIVE US A TRIAL ORDER ON SUPPLIES.
The Monarch Typewriter
ill South i:»th Street, Omaha, Neb.
Isn’t Right Now o your financial condition ? 1
a Good Time to ,)urin£ these years of pros
Take Stock P-rity how much ol your in
■■ come have you saved? Per
haps very little, il any. Why not start right now
by opening an account with the
Falls City State Bank
and conserve; your income from now on? This bank
furnishes deposit slips, checks and pass books free
and pays interest on Time Deposits and CHILD
That Will Make You Rich
The greatest combination ot industrialism and farming, now
rapidly developing, is to be found along the Burlington Route
in the vicinity of
HARDIN AND BILLINGS, MONT.,
AND IN THE BIG HORN BASIN
where large, deeded, alfa ranches that have made millionaires of
the owners, are being divided into small farms, and where Gov
ernment irrigated homesteads and Carey Act lands are available.
A WONDERFULLY RICH COUNTRY — You can get hold of an
irrigated farm within a radius of a few miles of excellent coal,
natural gas, illuminating oil, building materials, fast growing
towns that have varied industries.
P. RSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS < >n the first and
third 'I uesdays I personally conduct landseekers’ excursions to
E. 0. WHITFORD. Ticket Agent
L. W. WAKELEY, General Passenger Agt.
Before arranging date write, tele
phone or telegraph, my expense
J. <i. WHITAKER
Phone* 16H 131-7161 Falls City. Neb
A. J. SMITH M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Calls answered promptly night ov
Salem, : : : Nebr.
Phones, Mutual 53; S. E. Neb. 33,
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