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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
Consolidations—Falls City Tribune,
Humboldt Enterprise, Rulo Record,
Crocker's Educational Journal and
Entered as second-class matter at
Falls City, Nebraska, post office, Janu
. ary 12, 1**04, under the Act of Congress
•n March i 1879.
Published every Friday at Falls City
The Tribune Publishing Company
One year .
Sis months .
Three months *w
The early bird is out those days
ttirring in the garden, if purr banco
it may hook an early worm.
All the available loams art* busy
carting away the winter’s accumula
tion of garbage and waste. Tin* city
is being cleaned up as rapidly as th«
force on the job can do it
W. J. Hryun seems to have taken
on another lease of political life,
since his last birthday. A really
great and able man dies hard.
All the help that can be gotten is
Icing drafter Into tho yard work,
mid tho Job is being pushed as rap
idly as possible. Evidently tho
< ontractors are anxious to get it
done, and no avoidable delay will be
permitted to Interfere with its com
School house talk is waxing warm
and a bit enthusiastic in certain quar
ters. It's a big subject and can
well stand some debating. As there
Is nothing in the spring election
to give spice and snap to the occa
sion, it can not harm to make the
school huldig question the one around
which to rally political enthusiasm.
The democrats are not altogether
happy over their newly acquired hon
ors. There are several serious dut
ies attached. And to meet these
satisfactorily is causing them to
think sober thoughts more than they
have been guilty of for some years.
Reciprocity, tariff reform, the postal
deficit, railroad rates, etc, all take
on a different aspect now that they
are in power and as a party will he
held responsible to the country for
Twice within the last five years ha
Nebraska occupied the proud position
of being the third state in the union
ns a corn-producing state. The other
three years Missouri was third. Illin
ois and Iowa hold first and second
honoiii respectively. On winter wheat
production Nebraska has alternated
between second and third place,Kan
sas leading nnd Indiana being gen
erally second. Nebraska alternates
between fourth and fifth place in the
oats column. These are the fig
figures given out by the agricul
tural department. Corn production
by year* is as follows: 19011, 219,
782,200 bushels; 1807, 179,328,000;
1908, 205,767,000; ISOS, 194,060,000;
1910, 206,400,000 Win at produe
bushels; 1907, 45,811,000; 1907,
44,295,000; 1909, 49,650,000; 1910,
39,515,000. The man who can
comprehend the significance of these
figures, which show the tremendous
wealth yearly taken from our soil,
tan understand just how little
influence the question of a city
or town's excise policy can cut in
0 business way.
EATING AN APPLE
"Do you know what you art* eat
ing?" said the doctor to the girl.
"An apple of course."
"You are eating," said (lie doc
tor, albumen, sugar, gum, malic
acid, gallic acid, fiber, water and
"I hope these tilings are good, al
though they sound alarmin ■
"Nothing could bo better. You
ate, I observed, rather too much '
meat at dinner. The malic acid
of apples neutralizes the . %>■• ~
cf chalky matt, r caused by too*
much meat, and thereby hopes to
keep you young. Apples are good
for your complexion. Their acids
drivo out the noxious matter which
causes skin eruptions. They arc
good for the brain, which those i
some noxious matters, if retained.;
render sluggish. Moreover the |
acids of the apple diminish the acid
Ity of the stomach that comes with
some forms of indigestion. The phos
phorus, of which apples contain a
larger percentage than any other
fruit or vegetable, renews the es
sential nervous matter of the brain
and spinal column. O, the an
cients cvere not wrong when they
esteemed the apple the food of the
gods—the magic renewer of youth
to which tho gods resorted when
they felt themselves growing old
and feeble. I think I’ll have an
apple,” concluded the doctor.—New
Here is a Chance to get this
Bridge, Beach 8c Co.
Superior : Cast : Range
AT YOUR OWN COST
Fire backs guaranteed to last 5 years for coal
15 years for wood and they last longer. Has the
Patented TRIPLEX grate which clears the fire
box of cinders and ashes in two seconds, with
out dust or noise.
Call at our store any time before March 25' h, 1911, and you will be supplied
with a card upon which to write your name ar.d address and the amount of
your bid and place it in a sealed box which will be opened at
3 o'clock p. m. Saturday, March 25th, 1911
and the card bearing the highest bid gets the RANGE.
We consider this RANGE the best value on the market for the price---$55.00---and it is likely
someone Will get it for considerably less WHY NOT YOU?
This Range is the result of seventy five years of progressive effort of one of the largest Stove
makers in the world A firm Who have always catered to the best trade and never attempted to
build a cheap article They make Stoves and Ranges especially adapted to Wood or coal, whish out
lasts all others. CALL AND SEE THE RANGE AND PLACE YOUR BID EARLY.
Bloom 8c Long Hardware Co.,
Falls City, Nebraska
I Cold, dump weather Is hail for those subject B
to Rheumatism. It chills the blood and SB
brings on an attach. T'so BR
Snow Liniment |
m Stiss Powerful Preventive, jy
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"V Hub It In on tho parts aft ' whom r th- conditions seem to Kg
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H and ward off the trout.;.•. Tf th • ->,.1. I •• rr.t > or. d. H
■ tho treatment Is th ■ same, tho rubbing help-, tho liniment to pent- M
H irate to tho seat of pain. Tho nl. . p ui,. t . .. 1 very satisfy
VS Infir; tho aching joints nro r lb veil. >’ muscled relaxed so that tho H
H sufferer feels again tho . tr. -th : a I .nip. »• n. < of youth. SU
bj_4 For flesh wounds of all l.lnds, It Is a wonderful remedy. Try It
yb for cuts, burns, bruises, sores, gulls, chafed spots, burl.id \iiru
i ‘d cuts, Bpralns, swelllngB, frest bites. It run a quickly and corn*
gg Price 25c, 50c 2nd $1.00 per Bottle.
If JAMES F. BALLARD FR0?R!C7 £R «T. LC5T3, MO.
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To cure* Siuortluic KjrehfllN, Sore I!yo«i or Weiik Mght. u*e
Stru!it*u.i Hyc halve.
3olpAmD E* C C.O Mfiyvjfttn bvy
A. G. Wanner, Druggist I
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TO BE CONVENTION IN MEXICO
It is Rumored That Limantour Is to
Call One to Discuss Needed
El Paso, Tex., Mar. 22.—A national
convention in which all Mexico will
be represented for the discussion of
needed reforms in the government of
tlio republic will be called within a
few days by .lose Limantour, the Mexi
can minister of linance, according to
statements made in Juarez official
circles. This is believed to be tin
chief reason for the hurried return ot
Limantour to Mexico.
A Brother of Madero is III.
121 Paso, Tex., Mar. 22.—Evaristo
Madero, brother of Francisco I. Ma
dero, leader of tlie Mexican revolution,
is seriously ill with pneumonia
at Montrey and two doctors have
been called to his bedside from
San Antonio, Tex., in consultation.
The news is being kept from his
Indicted 1,775 for Vote Selling.
West Union. O., Mar. 22.—The
Adams county election probe, which
began December 13, ended for this
term of court with the general report
of the special grand jury. The report
disclosed that 2.I4S indictments have
been returned against 1,773 persons
for vote selling.
S',or.:: tram U,e ‘"Third Degree"
Cabinet Meeting Called Off.
Washington, Mar. 22—Because there
were not enough members in Wash
ington the regular cabinet meeting
which was to have been held to con
sider the Mexican situation and the
president's forthcoming message to
the extra session of congress was
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THE NEW NATIONAL HOTEL
Sidney P. Spenoe, Prop.
Only Modern Hotel in the City.
Rate $2.00 Per Day.
DR. C. N. ALLISON
Phone 248 Over Richardson Count)
FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
Contractor and Builder
Plans and Estimates
Falls City, Nebraska
DR. H.S. AN DREWS
Calls Answered Day Or Nigtu
la Town or Country.
TELEPHONE No. 3
BARADA. - NEBRASKA
JOHN L. CLEAVER
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
NOTARY IN OFFICE
When in Falls City put your team in
THE FARMERS’ FEED AND SALE
2 blocks west of State Bank
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Over Harlan's Pharmacy.
Office phone 260. Res. phone 2T1
EDGAR R. MATHERS
Phones: Nos. 177, 217
STATE BANK BUILDING.
GREGERSEN &. KNIGHT
Don't Build Before Investigating
Address—R. E. Knight,
1524 Ave B. Council Bluffs.
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