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Indigestion. Had Preath, Dizzi
ness. Vertigo (blind staggers),
Headache, Sallow Complexion,
a Tired, Discouraged Feeling
arc all symptoms of a Torpid
I* an Effective l.irer Tonic nnd
Bowel I teg ii I n tor.
Its powerful reviving Influ
cnco in the torpid liver brings
on nn Immediate lmprovcmi nt.
You feel b< ■ . - i: one#. Tha
bowels move f !y : o that the
Impuritli e have clogged
up 11 .
outlet. , system has
been tht: • i. tl.o bilious,
hulf side V disappears. the
complexion i: ai . the breath
become.- sweet, the mind alert
and cheerful nnd there Is a line
feeling if i xhllaratlon all
through Iho body.
Price COc per Ilottle.
JamesF.Dallflrd.Prop. St. Lou Is, Mo.
Use Stephens Eye Salve for
Sore Eyes. It Cure*.
And Rscohw t Nnro By
A. G. Wanner
Falls City. Ncbr.
h. M. Jenne Shoe Slore
Teachers Association was well
attended Saturday morning, near
ly 1(K) teachers being present. It
was a very good meeting and
Aliss Anna V. Hay, assistant
state superintendent said that it
was one of the best, if not the
best, county teachers’ meeting
she had ever attended.
All the papers given were full
<d' merit and very pleasing. .Miss
Vesta Lively read a very interest
ing paper on “Literature in the
Schools.'’ Miss Pearl Fields gave
one on “Teachers Relation With
Her School.” Carrie Hausen of
Barnda, “Phases in History to be
Emphasized. Edith DeMers,“Na
ture Study in the Country School
D. S. Homer, Salem. ‘Ideals In
Education.” Miss Francis Kel
ly, “The Pupil's Future as In
fluenced hy the Teacher.” “In
dividuality in Teacher and Pu
pil,” by 1). D. 11 out z of Verdon.
“Some Essentials in Teaching of
Gcorgrapliy,” Camilla Hall, Ver
don. “The First Term” by Miss
Mattie Gridley of Humboldt.
“Value of Criticism,” by 1> II.
Weber, Shubert. “The Uoeitn
tion” by A1 iss Lulu Crush. “Im
portanco of Daily Study” hy Ali i
E. Schwass of Humboldt. “The
teaching of Grammar and Com
position in the Grades hy Prin
cipal T. B. Truman, Stella. Miss
Anna V. Day also delivered a
very pleasing address which was
One of the first lessons in dip
lomacy concerns ways and means
of calling a man a liar without
l aving to fight about it.
Perhaps it is impossible to be
hove anything you want to be
lieve, but there is no doubt a
good many try that plan.
nOne cup invites 11
■ jj has that rare, full-bodied
H X flavor of “Old Crop”
I I Coffee.
1 I TONE BROS.. Dos Molnoa, Iowa
m ■ Miller* ot the loaous Tone Bros. Spites
THE CREAM FROM OUR EX
Boiled Down and Carefully Edit
ed For The Busy Read
ers Of The Tribune
A Big Steer
•Iunit's M. Armsrong undoubted
ly is the owner of the largest
steer in Nemaha county.
Mr. Armstrong has a farm
just east of the city and lie has
had a hunch of cattle on feed
there for the past, 120 days. The
hunch was purchased as feeders
(.11 the South Omaha market last
fall. The first of the week lie
weighed them up to ascertain the
gain and his attention was at
tracted by one unusually large
beast. He took the animal out
and weighed it separately and
it tipped the beam at 2,040 pound
going over a ton.
When lie purchased the feeders
the animal in question seemed to
be about the same average weight
as the others. It is a cross be
tween a Hereford and Short
horn type/ and lie estimates the
inimal lias gained between (>00
nd 700 pounds since it has been
on feed. The steer is undoubted
ly an aged one, probably five or
■six years obi and one of its
veight in the county is quite un
usual and sufficient to attract
d tent ion. Auburn Republican.
Gains Only 65,
The census report gies Au
urn but 2,7‘JO population, or a
gain of 65 in ten years, which is
.way below' the estimates made
previous to the census. Retween
three and four thousand was
•onfidently expected. Now the
\uhurn people says there must
have been something wrong with
A Mean Trick
Some miscreant with out the
tear of the Lord in his heart,
played a low-down trick on the
bold in Rangers hall Saturday
They secured a quanity of cny
nne pepper, and when the floor
was crowded, dropped it where it
von Id be run over.
In a short time all in the hall
vere sneezing and shedding cop
ious tears, and had they been
-are of who did the trick they
would probably handled him
I rettv roughly. It was a mean
rick at the best and one that
'iiybody with any principle
/hould be heartily ashamed of
'ci-pet rat ing. bet us hope that
lie guilty party will be found
md made an example of warning
io any who in the future might
•ontcmplate such an act. Salem
Record Breaking Price
Sam Harris, of Aspinkall pro*
inct. recently sold a team of
horses, for what is believed to
he the record breaking price in
this vicinity this season. It was
a span of two and three year old
eolts which brought $’>12 Xenia-1
A certain man in Auburn
I claims that be will never marry
until he finds bis exact opposite
and bis friends look for him to
remain a bachelor all bis life for
be cannot find one so perfect as
Charles l’oters of Auburn
threw Cion, champion wrestler
( f Nebraska, who hails from Au
lora, last week. Coin got the
tirst fall in 45 minutes, and Pe
ters the second and third in 11
and 10 minutes respectiely. It
was a most interesting exhibition.
With a total vote of G15, Au
lurii voted dry by three majority.
It would seem that neither side
has much to holler about. Such;
a close vote is unusual. Last
year, however, Kearney voted we
by 21) majority, which is close
enough, thank you.
HELD AT THE COURT HOUSE
Miss Gladys Boyd of Humboldt
And Bessie Wilson Win the
The county declamatory held
at the court house Friday night
was a decided success. Each of
the contestants did well. Out of
the seven schools to enter, only
six were represented as tile oili
n' contestant was ill, and unable
to be present.
Before the contest began the
hall was filled and there was an
exchange of much school spirit
which was shown by the giving o
school yells. A good delegation
was present from each of the
schools represented. We are glad
to say the usual “roasting” was
not in evidence, (few exceptions
The program was opened by
two pleasing numbers by the
Falls City Glee club, after which
the contestants took the floor
in turn. The contest was divided
nto two parts, three of the con
testants giving pieces of the dra
matic character and three of the
contestants giving pieces of the
dramatic character and three of
the humorous vein. Miss Gladys
Boyd, Humboldt, won first place
in the dramatic contest and Miss
Bessie Wilson, our representative
won first in the humorous selec
tions. The judges were Miss An
na V. Day Assistant State Sup
erintendent, Miss Daisy Nettle
ton of Peru and Walter Keichel,
Superintendent of the schools at
From Saturdty’s Daily.
The county Teachers Associa
tion is in session today, and the
following are a list of the out of
town teachers in attendance:
Lillith Waggoner, Nellie Reed,
Emma Sehwatt, Jessie Draper,
Ruby Hush, Roxie Wills, Mattie
< 1 rid ley. Eva Spencer, Emma
Ore, Florence llosford, Cecil
Youngman, Nellie Rist, llaltie M.
Dorland, Hovd Rist and R. S.
Ethel Keilcr, Hlanch Armbrus
ter, Jesse Fiidev and H. Deennis.
Margaret Fierce, Clara Aiknuin j
Mary Hoehme, Josephine McMa
hon, Josephine Murphy, Hertha
Kernen and Frol'. Vogelien.
Emma Ducrfcldt, Mattie Baker
Mary Dodds and Carrie Hansen.
1). Dormer, Ethel and Let ha M.
Crook, Mary Jenkins, Alys Brin
egar, Jesta 1 touch, Misses Leslies,
Anna Walsh, Marie lliggs, Min
nie Jones, Marlea Grafton, and
Edytli James, Jennie Thompson
and Anna Hays.
Vesta Lively, Florence and Bes
sie Bacon, Della 0'Henry, and J.
Agnes Scliroeder, Helen Mc
Mahon and Catherine McMahon.
Emma Hoffman and Minnie
Broke His Leg in Runaway.
From Monday's Daily.
•lim Wickham, living north of
Salem was the victim of a run
away this morning, lie went out
to the fields to rake stalks with
a team of eolts hitched to a hay
rake. The team became frighten
ed at the noise of the rake and
dashed away, breaking tho ton
gue of the rake and throwing
the driver off of the seat and in
some manner breaking both bones
in bis leg between the knee and
ankle. Dr. Miner was called and
set. the injured member.
| ROY O’HERN HAS PECULIAR AC
While Out Playing, Falls Into a Bon
Fire And Sustains Se
From Friday's Daily.
While out playing with a couple
of other boys lust evening, Hoy
O’Hern slipped on a rope that was
trailing behind a coaster wagon and
.fell off the side walk, landing with
his right hand in a pile of partly
burned rubbish. His right hand
was badly burned, the flesh being
almost cooked. Ho was given medi
cal attendance, and is somewhat
better today, although he will have
a bad hand and arm for some time.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
O'Hern, and is visiting at the home
of his grandmother, Mrs. Margery
MISS ORA CROOK AND IKE SMITH
Will Be At Home To Their Friends
May First On Their Farm
From Friday’s Daily.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hen
Crook near Plattsmouth, Wednesday
evening at 6:00 o'clock occurred the
marriage of their daughter, Miss Ora
tc Mr. Ike Crook of Salem. The wed
ding was a very quiet one, only the
members of the immediate fatnilie
The bride is the oldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Crook, former
ly of Salem but now of Plattsmouth.
She was horn and raised in Richard
son county and has a host of friends.
For several months she was em
ployed as a saleslady in the depart
ment store of R. A. Dittmar in
this city. She won the friendship
and esteem of many of our people
by her courteous ways and queen
The groom is one of Richardson
county’s prosperous and energetic
farmers. The happy couple will soo
be at home to their friends on tlie
groom's farm near Salem. The Trib
une joins their numerous friends in
extending hearty congratulations.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
From Friday’s Daily.
Tomorrow Judge Gagnon will hear
the claims in the R. Ilrown McNutt
Frank Snethen of Humboldt had
business at the court house today.
District court adjourned yesterday
for the final adjournment of tho Feb
ruary term. The next term, tlie
May term will begin May 22.
Judge Raper returned to his home
at Pawnee yesterday.
Mr. Perdue, formerly deputy state
superintendent under Mr. liishop, is
visiting at the home of Supt. Oliver
today. He goes to Tecumsoh this
Miss Anna V. Day, assistant, state
superintendent comes -today. She
is to be one of the judges in the con
test tonight. She will also address
(he County Teachers Association to
Claims were heard in the Sam
uel H. YVilliaminsoii estate today.
Petitions will be heard by Judg
Gagnon in the Herman Goss
mauer estate today.
William S. Browning of Creigli
tou Missouri, was a ealler at the
office of the clerk of the district
court this morning.
Totten The Magician
Totten, tin' magician, was very
good hut was greeted with a very
meager house. 11 is entertainment
was very amusing and interest
ing. and lie kept his audience in
laughter all during the program.
Some of the tricks took well with
theaudienee. and especially those
in which he had the assistance of
tome people, lie had Prof Wood
mark a half dollar and put it in
;• glass. While he was making his
passes and the half dollar was
finding its way to another place,
be pulled a large rag doll from
the professor's coat pocket. The
half dollar was found in a bottle
with a glass stopper in it. Other
tricks were performed which wer
V’f great interest, one of them be
ing the taking of an egg out of
Hay Gantt’s coat sleeve.
Political guns kick harder
than the other kind.
NEWS FROM HR, YARDS
j From Suturdty’s Daily.
The smoke stack is finished
| and the workmen loft Friday. It
[is 150 feet high and made of con
: crete. The smoke stack is at
tached to the power plant which
is in working order now. The
hig new plant was used for the
first time Friday.
There are still 102 men working
for the Westingliouse Co.
Roy Clark and the stack men
and his brother Ed. left today for
Chicago* They expect to stop
there a few days and then go on
to their home at Clevclnad.
0. C. Reed, fireman reported
for work this morning after be
ing laid off on account of sick
ness for a few days.
The tin work is completed and
1lio tinsmith. Boh Milos went
to New York today.
Mr. Schultz, master mechanic,
of Atchison was in the city Fri
day looking over the work at the
George Maize, blacksmith fore
man came up from Atchison Fri
day to look over the work at the
M. P. yards.
II. S. Grant, coppersmith fore
man of Atchison,was at the yard
looking over the work there on
There it; no day call hoy aJ
'lie yards any more. Tlie ne^
>o,v WnS laid off this morning.
Ilenrv Windle went to Auburn
Fireman F Kirk reported to
•ork this in'.ruing to take tlu
oh of night hostler.
Albert Maust shipped a car of
ogs to Kansas City Friday
light over the M. P.
from Monday's Daily.
vV. C. MeCoo1 was a caller a'
I, ■ office of the county troasurei
Will Webs I r a" .Monroe, N'eh.
■tide.I at tile (l ‘ ee of the count1,
rens'ii er 1 Ins reining to j a\
axes on home • i. <1 ill Salem In
urehased of it. E Grinstead
Judge- Gagnon will hear claims
n the Moses G. Brinogar estati
The will of Patrick O’Brien wil
e probated today.
Tomorrow Judge Gagnon will
ear claims in the Samuel 11.
Petitions in the Herman Goss
■laun estate will be hear tomor
Supt. Oliver is sending out his
iglith grade examination <illus
Judge Iteavis, Mr. Balloon and
L. lliill went to Verdon today
o plead a ease then' before
j 'from Tuesday's Daily.
II. S. Reed, fireman of K.
[ < in town visiting friends.
C. P. Welch, engineer, went to
■Nebraska City to take out a run.
There are too many firemen on
the extra board.
M. C. LaCount, engineer, re
turned from a short visit in At
chison. lie will again take up
his duties on the night switch en
rircman Mabbott was called to
Atchison on account of sickness
in his family.
Fireman Pierce went, to Lin
coln to take a run out of there
Three automobile loads of peo
ple of northeastern Kansas were
viewing the yards Sunday after
The roof is on the ear shed,
and it is nearing completion.
Several people from Humboldt
looked over the yards Sunday an
The electric wires arc now at
tached to the machine shop.
Two of the dynamoes in the
new power plant at the yards
blew out Monday. No one was
The work on the coal trestle is
progressing rapidly and il will
soon be done.
Mr. Bownihg, a. "VYestinghotise
official, came out from New York
to look over the work here under
the "VVestinghouse Co. lie is
well pleased with the work.
Makes Home Baking Easy
Tha rr >• \'ak'n$ powder
Qmeam of Yssrtar
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER
•I. II. Miles and wife to Blaneli
Ulilig lots 21-22, 1.11c 11, Weaver
add, Falls City, consideration be
Herman Bochard and wife to
John Frees lots S, hlk 26, Itulean
and Birards add of Rulo, consider
Joseph IT. Miles to Charles J.
Roundy, lots 23 and 24. hlk 11 t
Weaver’s addition to Falls City,
for the sum of $300.
Henry Parrel, etal to Daniel
Riley an undivided seven-eigths
interest in lot 2 block 7, Dawson
Annie Zoeller to L. J. Hitch
cock, lots 4, 5, and 6, hlk 25 in
Steele’s addition to Falls City.
Sarah Frederick to Ida Pierce,
lots I I. 15 and 16, block 29 and
lots 1, 2. 3, and 4 in block 47 in
Rulo. Consideration $300.
Ida Pierce to Rosa Martinosky,
lots 1, 2, 3, and 4. block 47 Rulo.
Benjamin Frederick to Herman
Boehmc. lots lti, hlk 38, Rouleau
and Bedard add to Rulo. Con
Raymond Schaible to L. J. Hit
chcock an undivided one-sixteen
th interest in lots 4, 5, and 6 in
bloek 25 iu Steele’s addition to
tile city of Falls City. Consider
atn u $1.00.
Injured In A Runaway
Saturday afternoon when AT. B.
Jones and his son, Toni, were
driving in a single buggy past
the Maust residence, when the
shaft broke and frightened the
horse, causing him to run away
and turn the buggy over. Both
Mr. Joes and his son were throw!
out and Mr. Jones quite badly
hurl lb' was unconscience for
some time, but at last reports he
was improving. The son was also
badly bruised, but neither is
thought to be seriously injured.
While it is difficult to heat the
law of gravity, you may have ob
served that the cost of live hogs
Rills a good deal faster than the
cost of breakfast bacon.
How Old People
At advanced age the organs act
more slowly than in youth. Circu
lation becomes poor, blood thin and
watery, appetite fitful, and diges
tion weak. This condition leaves
the system open to disease such as
Coughs, Colds, Grippe, Pneumo
nia, Rheumatism, etc.
IXOT, is the greatest health
crealot and body builder we know
of for old people, as it supplies
the vtiy elements needed to re
build wasting tissue and replace
weakness u ith strength.
nr i:k is tiii: proof
A <•.•»««« Is m Vi! i>, Albany, X. Y of
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y 1 ai“* si l ong, an,I sli<-slali s Dial ,h«
I, I tears .w.uugrr 1 ban slit-did be
>«>re taking I I NOT.
ad; every aged person in
this neighborhood to try a bottle
of \ I\()I, with the understanding
that we will i tur i •,' eir money if it
does not prove benelicial.
A G WANNER, DRUGGIST
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