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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1911)
Will close April 15th. Will
your contestant win one of
these big prizes?
$650 Runabout Automobile
$350 Concert Piano
Four $50 Cold Watches
Four $37.50 Diamond Rings
FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
AS CAUGHT BY OUR REPORTER
HAPPENINOS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME.
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week
—j», Wilson, Wahl Building 1-U
Frank Peeht went to Falrhury on
business this week.
W. p. Fergus of the we I end is
n town today looking after business.
See the Osteopath for all aeuto and
Chronic diseases. 40-tf
Mrs. Smith came down from llum
UJt , to \ iait h< t nit ce, Mrs. Tom
d'avies for a few days.
FOR SAKE -Several second hand
f-rgaas, will A ll cheap Clarence K
Mrs Hammer of Weeping Water
1; In the city visiting Iter sister,
Modern lluki,. I i Sale on the in
f 'tnje, t plan. lin|ui.e of G. 11.
Fat. tend. 2S-tr
Mi's. droughty mid Mrs. Wane of
Verdon are iii the city today doing
Suits cleaned and pressed at the
cnitatoi'ium located over Richardson
C-ounty bank. 2-tf
Mi's. Fernanda Keim is in Tecum
seh ttiis week attending the Chris
inn church convention.
Furnished rooms to rent. Apply
to Miss Maddox. Phone 458. 54-3t.
Remember the play at the Gehling
on Friday night. It is E. P. Roe’s
popular story of “Barrier’s Burned
Prof. H. A Reync Ids, Suggestive
Therapeutist or Magnetic Healer
Qifftae at Powell building. 30-tf
Misses Vera Story and Arlie Stum
too went to Hiawatha yesterday ant
while there purchased their “Eastei
Mrs. Stockman drove to town toda;
from the Herman Wolf farm where
ihey have been living.
The local lodge of the Degree ot
Honor will meet tonight in regulai
. s?ession. There are several candi
dates to be initiated and other im
portant business to be transacted.
T L. Hall is down from Lincoln
A. A. Tlehon «»!' Dawson was in
M. T. Conner was a business viistor
in town yesterday.
.1 Hoiinger of Auburn was looking
after business here today.
M. Wilson came down from Lin
coln to look after business.
Mr. Hughes returned ibis morn
ing from a business trip to St. Joe.
Dr. Huberts is having his office
leaned and papered.
D D Gross of Nebraska City is
ia tin' city today on business.
‘ Only two more days of the 111(!
Medic HU (.'CUT A IN SALE Friday an
Little John Martin of Council
Illuffs, Iowa is in the city visiting
his grandmother, Mrs. Helen Martin,
slid his grandfather, W. E. Dorrington
The M. \V. A. met last night in
their lodge room and Initiated six
numbers, who were unable to come
ior tlie last meeting.
Yesterday was ladies day at tltoj
Elks Club rooms. A large number
of ladies were present and enjoyed aj
The preliminary trial of prisoner
Graham will take place this after
aeon at the office of Judge Sprag
ins. Graham is the man who is
tceused of shooting the plate glass
in the Butler store at Bara da.
The finance hoard of the Bresby
ttrian church was to have met last
night hut for various reasons the
meeting was postponed.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Terry came
>P troin Atchison to look at their new
1 ome which Dr. Bailey is building
for them on Grandview. They seem
* to be well pleased with it.
Dr. C. T. Burchard was called to
Atchison yesterday in consultation
with an Omaha doctor in the case
of Mrs. Burchard’s mother.
Just two weeks until Easter. The
ladies are most of them somewhat
relieved of the "awful" task of
purchasing an "Easter bonnet.’' It
is different now than a few years
ago, for the ladies never wore their
, new head gear until that stated
I’ Simmer was a Humboldt visitor
in the city yesterday.
e Suiitb. operator ai the \i i>
yards went to Fairview yesterday to
visit his mother for a short time.
.1. JC. French of Humboldt was in
| (lie city between trains yesterday.
.M. S. Moschel of Beatrice came
down yesterday to look after busi
ness interests in this city.
■I. W. Koefu came down from Bea
tfiee yesterday to look after busi
Mr and Mi Cullison and little
-on returned to Stella yesterday af
t• r a visit to the former's sister,
Mrs. I. M. Houston.
•1 S. l.ord and family drove to
Salem yesterday and spent the ov
' liing with Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Mr. and Mrs. Culver came up from
Atchison and are now nicely located
in rooms at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Will Rarnesy.
Prof. Hurst and pupils of the
High School, especially, should he
i ongratulated upon the excellent en
tertainments they have furnished the
people of Falls City during the past
few months. Wo feci that each and
t very number has been good, yes,
fine. The last number will be giv
en Saturday night.
AS THE MASTER ORDERS
Pathetic Court room scene. Daz
zling mansion Interior. A film that
A NEW KIND OF ARM CHAIR
A splendid production. On the same
real is—THE VISIT OF A FRIEND
—A laughable comedy'—a necessary
tequislte to a good program.
THE FATE OF JO DORR
A realistic piece that holds the audi
I ence spell bound. Sometfcfng new.
INSURGENTS NOT RECOGNIZED
THEY MUST ACT WITH REGULAR
The New Rules Adopted Provide for
Few Changes—Six Old Com
Washington, April 6 —The insurg
ents are still an integral part of the
Republican party, at least in the opin
ion of the Democratic majority of the
House. This fact was brought out in
the fight over tlie adoption of new
rules for the House. The insurgents
asked the privilege of introducing
amendments of their own, but were
told any amendments they might
have would have to be incorporated in
those of the regular Republicans.
President Taft’s message urging
Canadian reciprocity was read in both
houses. The fact that Its contents
were known in advance robbed It of
any Interest. The Senate adjourned
as soon as the message was read and
will "mark time’’ till the House does
The House took up at once the adop
tion of its new rules, limiting general
debate to four hours, to be equally
divided, and granting the privilege of
offering only one substitute set of
The insurgents pleaded for the priv
ilege of separate amendments, but
were told by the Democratic leaders
t hat their amendments would have to
be Included in the proposed Republi
The rules offered by the Democrats,
and which will be adopted, provide
' omparatively few changes. They pro
vide for the election of committees in
stead of their appointment by the
speaker, and enlarge the membership
of several of the committees. Six old
(ommittees are abolished.
The principal change is a rule which
permits germane legislation on an ap
propriation bill when it tends to re
trench expenditures. The Democrats
continue "calendar Wednesday,” and
enlarge the rule for the discharge (,i
IOWA TEACHERS MEET IN KEOKUK
It is the Seventeenth Annual Gather
ing of the Southeastern Associa
tion—One Thousand Present.
Keokuk, la., April 6.—When Presi
dent Frank L. Smart of Davenport
called to order today the seventeenth
annual meeting of the Southeastern
Iowa Teachers’ association more than
a thousand members were present, the
largo attendance being due to the fact
that most of the school boards had
allowed the teachers to come here for
the three days’ convention without
Ions of salary. The program arfanged
includes lectures by John E. Gunckel
of Toledo, “the newsboy^’ friend;” A.
M DeVoe, state superintendent of
Iowa; C. P. Cary, state superintendent
of Wisconsin; Dr. W. C. Wilcox of the
Ifniversily of Iowa; Dr. A. E. Winship
of Boston, and others.
An interesting feature of the meet
ing will be a trip over the construc
tion plant of the Mississippi River
Power company, which is building the
greatest datn, water-power and elec
irical installation in the world. The
teachers will he given explanatory lec
tures oil t he engineering, economic
and sociological factors in this dam
ing of the Mississippi river at the
foat of the Keokuk rapids.
Since telegraph operators have gen
erally adopted the typewriter, the
public lias more tittle to devote to
the picture puzles and other guessing
Every man who owns a bird dog
likes to tell how Itis dog will not
chase rabbits; it is as bad form for
a bird dog to chase rabbits as it is
for a count to work.
Merle Tyner, our hustling con
testant at Salem is in town today,
lie reports ton subscribers for The
Tribune for yesterday. That’s sol
icit mg with a vengance.
Mr. Flaunt, formerly a merchant of
Rulo, and now a resident of the
state of Oklahoma near Oklahoma
City, is here looking after business.
\V. F. Forges was in tile city to
day. He says be is certianly well
pleased with his new home in Ne
maha precinct. It will be remember
od he purchased the Buitler farm
In that section a year ago. He also
tells us that everything looks very
flattering for a prosperous year for
Richardson County farmers.
Show your colors. Attend the
last, number of School Entertainment
course Saturday night. It will be
more than interesting and the ad
Miss Rill Houstou is acting as
pianist at tli ■> Grand. The young
lady who has had charge of the mu
sic for some timo left the first of
the week and Miss Houston will
p'.ay until thev can secure some one
to take the position permanently.
A crowded house should greet the
company who present ‘Barriers
Burned Away” at the Gehling on
Friday night. It is a good play and
like most of E. P. Roe's e stories
has a Christian moral. Don’t fail
to see it.
Look this over. Don’t overlook this
Remember Friday and
Saturday, April 7 and 8
Any $25 Snit,
Tailor made $20
Any $3u Suit,
Tailor made $25
Any $32.50 Suit,
Tailor made 27.50
Any $35 Suit,
Tailor made $30
Fit, quality and
s t y 1 e absolutely
And in order to
yet advertised we
are going to give
away each Saturday
night for 30 weeks
Come in end Nose Around
The “IT System of Tailoring
1507 Stone St., Falls City, Nebr.
On Saturday, April 8th, we
will have our Easter Open
ing. We have just received a
fine line of new Hats, which
range in price from $1.00 to
$200.00. Special Sale price
on all hats sold during the
opening. The ladies are cor
dially invited to call and see
the $200.00 Hat at the
MISS H. C. ANDERSON
Coughs that keep you awake at night also
d*sturb the sleep of the rest of the family.
'xtiey can be stopped in a few minutes With
It is a Remedy of Great Relieving Power
in All Lung and Throat Troubles.
Ballard’s Horehound Syrup conveys a warming and relaxing in.
fluence to the congested lungs. Heals soreness, quiets tickling
(sensation in the throat, strengthens the voice, loosens phlegm and
relieves all Irritated conditions in the throat and lungs. Keep a
bottle in the house. It is handy to have when needed and saves
a world of misery to the person affected
Put Up in Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and
$1.00 per Bottle
Buy the $100 size. It contains five times as much ,
ns the 25; size, and you get with each bottle a
Herrick’s Red pepper Porous Plaster for the chest.
JAMES r. 3M1aA0 Pf!0M*!ST0>l ST. LOUlt, MQ.
jror Weak Sight or Sore Eye*, use Stephens Eye Snlve. It cures.
A. C. WANNER, Falls City, Nebr.
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