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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1911)
The Lorimer bribery ease Is be
coming odorous again.
Pinkerton detectives are confident
they will be able to capture t tie
kidnappers of little Waldo Rogers.
Mothers will breathe easier when
the miscreants are in durance vile.
Mr. Bryan, while in Washington
attending the opening session of
congress showed his hand once more
by defeating the pet plan of the
democratic minority. Apparently
Mr. Bryon is still very much alive
when he chooses to be.
Wymore elected an entire" socialist
ic ticket. It is proposed to run
tlie city government along socialistic
lines, applying so far as possible in
municipal affairs the principles of
the national cocialistic platform,
“Equal rights for all, and special
privileges for none.
Sunday base ball failed to pass
the house. No single measure
before the present legislature awak
ened such wide-spread interest. The
bill was not strictly lost on its mer
its, but because of political- jugulary
connected with it, which constrained
some of its friends to vote against
Mayor Keeling is determined to
put all he can into the few remain
ing weeks of his administration. The
vigor and dash which he is putting
into the street paving not only in
sures a speedy completion of that
rather upsetting job., but will go a
long way toward keeping alive the
memory of Major Keeling's admin
Theodore Rooseclt, ill a speed,
at Spokane, 'Ynsh., Saturday de
clared that he was making his
present tour i'or no other purpose
than that which he lias already
aligned—1. '.hunk the people
who had elected 1 m to the presi
dency. Ha.I lie never come west
i e said, h. never would have
raised his regiment and never
have become president. In con
clusion, lie said:
“It is the service done, not
the title of the place held that
counts. And you won't any of
you, have to puzzle ns to my mo
fives if you will accept, my state
ments at their face value. You
have not got anything T want ex
cept. your respect and good will,
insofar as you choose !o give me
your respect and your good will
and all I desire insofar ; s the
chance arises where T am able to
do so, to help you in any move
ment for tbe good of our com
mon country. That is all I
Senator Lorimer's coat of
" bitev-asb seems vi danger ... be
ing somewhat spattered with dir
The Japs didn’t get that coalin
station, you will notice. A quick
move often wins a ball game or
an international point of strategy
Besides, in this instance, it help
ed bring about peace negotiations.
Canadian reciprocity seems to
have more sides than the original
tariff question And the people
most interested seem hopelessly
divided as to what they want. It
simmers down to the fact that
the man interested usually wants
to sell his raw material high and
buy the finished product low, and
the fellow who does the finishing
sees his finish if such a course is
The democrats have charge of
the tariff, but it is a question
'.bother they know what to do
first. It doesn’t look as easy
now as it did before election.
Southern lynehings continue
The negro question seems a big
and difficult one. Possibly if we
lived in the south and had to
contend with like conditions, we
would not condemn the southern
ers so hastily for their hasty
Don't wait until stores are sold
out before buying your spring
supplies. The first pick is al
ways the choice, and those who
'■'/me late will lx* compelled to
! choose from the left overs.
One good thing about automo
bile investments, not generally
considered, is that for every dol
lar put into autos by members of
community, that community
gets two dolfars worth of road im
proement in return. If auto
mobiles had no other alue than
this, it would amply justify their
The automobile fever shows no
signs of abating. Dealers are
placing more cars this spring
than ever. Farmers are still
big buyers. Hiawatha, Kansas
lias just placed orders for another
ear load. Fails City has al
ready placed a largy number,
and has prospects for the sale
of many more before the sea
The traffic on Stone street
is seriously handicapped just now
The paving and paving material
occupying almost the entire street
However, at the rate the work is
progressing now, it will be only
; very short time until the street
will be open for traffic. The
work is being well done, too. in
every particular and when com
plete will be to the lasting cred
it of our town.
It is surprising the number of
towns 1 lint are worked vevery
year by fake adertising solic
ors. These men have every plans
able and are very glib in recount
ing the untold benefits that will
result from their particular stunt
They string the business men as
hard as possible, leave a few
dollars with the local printer to
pay for printing Hie dope (and
they always try to jew him down
to the lust cent, at that) and
pass on to greener pastures, re
membering Ilmiest Abe’s decla
ration about fooling the people.
Of late, associations among busi
ness men expressly forbid pat
1 onage of these doubtful enter
prises. and some even assess a
heavy fine for any member who
breaks the rule. After all, the
borne papers are the only legiti
mate and trustworthy means of
exploiting your products, and
the sooner tlie wise merchant ar
ranges 1o advertise in the home
papers to the extent of his abil
ity, and pass up the fakers, the
sooner will he reap a rich re
ward in the shape of increased
business and the added respect
of his fellowmen.
The rumor is rife that the Bur
lington has bought a strip of
laud five hundred feet wide and
half a mile long, east of their
present apology for a depot, and
that they are planning on some
thing big. While rumors are as
a rule mere buneomb. there is a
possibility that in order to keep
pace with the Missouri Pacific,
the Burlington will make exten
sive improvements, and may even
decide to build a round house and
From Tuesday’s Daily.
Yesterday evening IVtcr Fred
erick dr. was driving up Stone
street and ran into Dr. Boose's
automobile and as a result both
autos and men were pretty bad
ly hanged up Mr. Frederick
was driving the big Kverctt ear
which he had in his garage. As
he came up the street he <1 id not
see the rock pile on the west side
of the street as there were no
lights on it and ran on the top of
it. Becoming excited in his ele
vated position he attempted to
inn down and turned to the left
running into Dr. Boose who was
just going down on that side of
till1 street. Mr. Frederick’s ear
being the heavier caused the doc
tor's ear to give it the right of
nay pushing the ear over to the
curbing and throwing Dr. Boose
out and bruised him up to some
extent and breaking the axle of
1 •.is ear and otherwise hanging it
up. The big ear was somewha
damaged and the front wheels
j ACCIDENT HAPPENED WHILI
COMING FROM STATION
Mr. Abies, An Elderly Gentle
man Thrown From Car
From Tuesday's Daily.
Yesterday afternoon, three au
tomobiles, well loaded with min
isters, were coming up from the
Darlington station about 1
and when they reached the cor
ner at the Methodist church had
George Fallstead was in the
lead with his ear. he being the
first to leave the depot, 10. 10.
James was second and George
Mailer, driving a ear for the Cen
tral Auto company was last.
Mauer was not content to keep
the place assigned to him, hut
was racing in an attempt to get
ahead. lie turned to the right
to pass Mr. James, who also veer
ed in that direction. Manor ran
into a dirt wagon which was hit
ched to the rack and smashed the
end of it and turned quickly to
the left striking the rear of
Mr. Janies’ ear and sprung the
One of the ministers, an old
gentleman, probably one of the
oldest in the Presbytery, Mr.
Abels by name, was thrown out
by the sudden bounce over the
crossing and the quick turn, lie
fell striking his head and receiv
ing several deep cuts on his head
and ear, he was also badly bruis
ed and one hip hurt.
At the latest report ho was
lasting easy and it is thought
lie will get. along all right.
baby cries for Chamber
Jain’s Cough Remedy,” writes
Mrs. T. R>. Kendrick, Rnsaca, Co.
“It is the best cough remedy on
the ljiarket for coughs, colds and
croup. For sale by all dealers.
Entertains S. S. Class
From Saturdty’s Daily.
Miss Nellie Cain entertained
her Sunday School class in the
parlors of the Christian church
last evening. There were thirty
gills present and each was dress
ed in some fancy costume, some
representing Indians, some cow
girls and so on. Miss Cain lierscl
wore a Martha Washington cos
tume. .Many and varied games
were enjoyed during the evening
and at a late hour light r<
Ireshments were served.
Constipation brings many ail
merits in its train and is the
primary cause of much sickness.
Keep your .bowels regular, and
you will escape many of tile ail
nients to which women arc sub
ject. Constipation is a very sim
ple tiling, but like many simple
tilings, it may lead a serious
consequence. Nature often needs
a little assistance and when Cham
bcrlain’s Tablets arc given at
the first indication, much distress
and suffering may be avoided.
Sold by all dealers.
A boy may be modest in most
particulars, but be can't ride a
handle bars and keep from show
:'ng that be feels as superior as
a congressman feels.
Iii ease of Rheumatism, relict
from pain makes sleep and rest
possible. This may be obtained
by applying Chamberlain’s Lini
ment. For sale by all dealers.
While there is an awful fuss
about the tariff, it may be said
for the man who spends bis mon
ey for booze that he does’t kick
about the revenue be must pay.
When a medicine must be giv
en to young children it should be
pleasant to take. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is made from loaf
sugar, and the roots used in its
preparation give it a flavor sim
jilar to maple syrup, making it
’,‘leaasnt to take. It has no
superior for colds, croup and for
j whooping cough. For sale by
-Mrs. Elizabeth Grosseiibaehci
died at (lit1 home of her son, Chri
(irossenbaeher, April S, at, the
age of SS years, 2 months and 14
days. Funeral services were
I held at the Four Mile church
Monday afternoon at one o’clock
and the remains were laid to rest
in the cemetery at that place,
i Little Ada llarlow who has
been quite ill at her home for
some months, was taken worse
Sunday evening and is still in a
critical condition. Miss Jennie
Leech of Pleasant View was call
ed there Monday to nurse the
Arnold Seluietz and daughter,
Miss Gertrude came home from
Enterprise, Kansas the last of
tile week. The latter lmd been
then' for the past ten weeks tak
ing a course in music.
The west bound freight on the
•lock Island railroad was wrecke
( ari\ Monday aft ernoon between
Ih rn and Oullois. Tito cause of
the accident is supposed to he
the fault of some new trucks that
failed to work properly. One
ear was completely demolished
while two were thrown from the
track down the embankment.
Nearly one hundred rods of track
•I ones Fidcrmulz and son, Geo.
hi" looking after business affairs
in G**eenleaf, Kan., this week.
Laura Ruegge of Kails City wa
tile guest of Kmma Wetzel Sun
I * . 1
dolm Lundy was a guest ot
Will Hutchison Sunday.
Guy Lichtv and wife were the
guests of II. I’eaehy and wife on
Mrs, K. S. Lieht\ and children
spent Sunday with Mrs. K. M.
Shaffer and children.
Horn, to Mr. Watson and wife
rax miles north of town, April L
Mario and Kay Gunn were vis
itors at the home of 1’. 10. Shaf
Eph Keck entertained about, fif
ty guests at their home Sunday
at a reception given for their
son, Frank, who was married on
April 2. to Ethel Cook of Vcrdon.
II. Meinhart and wife enter
tained dolm Reischirk and Louie
Buehholz and tlmir families Sun
O. A. Burk and wife visited
with Will Bartlett and wife Sun
Claude Khillipi and family of
Falls City spent a portion of the
week at the home of K. 10. Shel
ter, before moving to their new
home at Hiawatha.
Simon Beaeliy and wife were
visiting in this vicinity Sunday.
Harry Jones was a guest, of
Earl Fields Sunday.
Mabel Elshire and Ethel Peek
were entertained by Wanda Shaf
Gertrude Gossett was a guest
of Gertrude McDowell Sunday.
Charlie McDowell and wife
visited with Geo Sturms and wife
Jasper Messmore and wife of
Reserve were entertained at the
home of John Fields and wife
Ray Schaible and wife wore the
guests of John Fields and wile
Frank Brecht and wife spent
Sunday in Hiawatha.
Kev, A. L. Bain, recently re
turned from missionary work in
Africa will speak at the Baptist
church next Sunday both morn
ing and evening. Special Easter
music at both services. lie has
created a profound impression
wherever he lias been. All not
engaged elsewhere are cordially
invited to hear him.
There are two men in one
block in this town who dye their
mustaches. What do you know
It is possible to learn to like
garlic, hut u you can't learn to
like it well enough to make the
result worth the effort.
Wholesale Independent Oil
We wish to stale that the Chanute Retin ini' Com
pany have larye storage tanks near our warehouse
and tliev keep ns supplied in Casoline and two
grades of <)il. We would be pleased to supply your
w.nils in this line. We solicit a share of your pat
ronage. We know we can please you I'ive us a
Heck & Wamsley
A LARGE DELEGATION OF
Tlic Frisky Animal Was in Fine
Shape, With W. L, Redwood
On Its Back
From Sat unity's Daily.
Whenever i! is generally
known that Nemaha Valiev Lodge
No. .'hi of the I. O. <). F. is to
work in Iho First degree, it is
safe In lunik on a large attend
a nee, and especially hy people
from .surrounding towns.
Last night a large delegation
of JO men came down from Wy
more, eight from I’avvnee City, 2d
from Dawson, several from Salem
Slnihert, Venlon Stella, Hamlin,
Morrill, one from Illinois, one
trom Iowa, some from Missouri,
until the room was full to over
llowing ami men were sitting mu
only in double rows, lint on the
floor, standing in corners, and
anywhere that promised a ..I
view of the great and impressive
drama of the work of the lodge.
Decon “•litu” Mendenhall of
Beatrice, piloted the wanderer
•’rom afar to Falls City last night
as he is guilty of the halt'd of
dropping in here every lime there
is work to do, which is almost
every week. Brother Mendenhall
is always a welcome visitor at
tliis place and he knows just pre
< isely where the latch string
I hr Wymoiv hnl^r brought H
candidate In enjoy the ride with
Mr. Redwood, and, since the Iris
ky goat had been so thoroughly
groomed feeding <>n wild oats
and ten penny nails, cadi gentle
man found it was hard to break
The team appeared to excel
lent advantage, all floor work,
and the drama exemplifying the
teaching of the principles of the
osier was presented with ulninst
skill and meaning, every one of
the large body so «<.mpletely los
ing bis own pass nudity in the
character be was impersonaliug
that the work van Id l ave do n
credit I; t I’o'lps j ■ » ' plo wiVl
much more boast fid mss than im
team ever displayed hut with
far less reason for exultation.
After the work. I h ■ men enjoy
ed sandwich*ls and coffee, and
other light refreshments, and list
cuing with great interest to the
speeches from visiting hrothois,
and from A *f. Weaver, «). 11.
Miles, Dr. Bailey, Mr. Mendenhall
The lodge is successful, is
prosperous and optimistic. Its
works of charity and benevolence
among its own and to the peo
1 le outside of the lodge are many
and costly, hut are never herald
ed to the public. Long may 1 he
lodge live, doing its own work to
benefit the world and make life
a larger and happier experience
for all within ils influence.
Complimentary to Newly Weds
From Monday'* Daily.
A large company of relatives
and friends were invited to the
home of Mrs. dole Smith, who
lives on Kook i reek, yesterday.
A big dinner was given compli
mentary to Ike Smith and wife
who were married at tin* bride’s
parents, Air. and Airs. Hen Crook,
near l’lattsmonth last Wednesday.
Those present report a line
'time, and were glad of this op
I portunity of meeting and getting
'eijiiainted with Airs. Smith.
New Hunting and Fishing Law
The new hunting and fishing
law lms been passed by the legis
lature and signed by the gover
nor. All parties who hunt or
fish during the year 1911, (ex
cept, women and children under
Is years when accompanied by
parents) must procure a license
from the county clerk, <J. W. Mor
i is, cost $1.00. Don’t go fishing
or hunting unless you have such
license. Penalty $10 and $5.00
for cadi fish and bird iu possess
ion. F. 10. Farrington, deputy
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Council Blufis, Iowa
SH BLITS CAFE
WHAT MIGHT HAVE PROVED A
About Five O'clock The Citizens
Were Awakened By The Sound
Of The Fire Whistle
From Friday’s Daily.
This morning about five o'clock
the stillness of an April morning
v as broken by the blowing of the
siren whistle and the ringing of the
bell. The fire was at the Shield's
Cafe The firemen soon urrieved on
the scene, and although tin* fire had
gained much headway, the blaze was
soon under control.
It is thought to have originated in
the cast end of the counter oil her
from some cigar stub that was left
there or from mice chewing matches.
It was discovered by William Hailey,
the cook, who turned In the alarm.
The front part of the Cafe was bad
lv damaged and holes wore bunted in
both floor and ceiling.
The fire proof wall helped in
protecting the Thornton Meat mar
ket which joins it on the south. Mr.
and Mrs Shields and the children
were sleeping upstairs and were till
more or less overcome by the smoke
but till secceeded in getting out of
the hurtling building. Mr. Shields
carries about $900 insurance on tile
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