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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1911)
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FOIt SALE modern home on the
installment plan. Inquire of O.
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OLD PAPERS for sale at this of
fice, 5c per bundle.
For Rent Rooms furnished or
unfurnished. Inquire at Smith
Bros. Furniture Store.
LOST—Between Dawson opera
house and Stella, a ladies black
velvet purse. Finder notify Mrs.
.1. F. Elchert, Stella, Neb., and
FOR SALE Five room cottage
on two nice lots, see Clem Fire
FOR SALE—Good fire proof
safe.—Inquire at Cal & Harry
CREAM WANTED- I will pay
18e for Butter Fat. Bring me
your cream. Phone 468.—P. II.
FOR SALK—Almost, now Sin
ger Sowing machine, at a bargain
if taken at once. Inquire of E.
S. Holmes, at Tribune office.
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the Mail order House. A glance through
our advertising columns will give you an
Idea where it will buy the most.
A SODA TRICK
The man who mixes a glass of
soda has much to do with the
success, but more depends upon
the purity of the ingredients that
go into the mixing.
PURE FRUIT SYRUPS
in combination with other pure
materials do a trick that is un
equalled by any other process.
Highly flavored syrups used tc
cover the absence of the real
fruit juices, are evasions of the
Pure Food Law.
WHEN YOU DRINK SODA
be sure it is pure and healthful.
That’s Our Kind I
Inspired by the great com
inandment, “Honor Ihy Father
and thy Mother” by the Biograp.
THE QUEE9 OF HEARTS
A drama of the present day
I resented by the Solig Co.
THE GEATER CALL
A story of the stage. In the
depiction of the story the most:
minute detail of the life behind
the curtain is portrayed. It will
he found a highly entertaining,
heart stirring dramatic subject.
HANK AND LANK
There is surety of many hear
laughs in this photo play. By
the Essanary Co.
ESCAPED THE HANGMAN.
Ben Jonson, For Manslaughter, Was
Sentenced to Be Branded.
The present sessions house has
been used for the work of the coun
try for a hundred years and con
tains records and other historical
documents which go baric to the
year 1519, when Edward VI. was
hing, and a representative of the
London Globe was privileged to ex
amine some of them. Perhaps the
most interesting is the original in
dictment of Hen Jonson for man
slaughter. The name, by tlie way,
is spelled Johnson. Ben Jonson was
arraigned at the Old Bailey in Oc
tober, 1598, for the manslaughter
of Gabriel Spencer in a duel at
“Shordicho with a certain sword of
iron and steel called a rapiour of the
price of 3s., which he then and there
had in his right hand and held
drawn, feloniously ami will! illy
struck the same Gabriel then and
there with the aforesaid 8word, giv
ing to tho same Gabriel Spencer in
and upon the same Gabriel’s right
side a mortal wound of the depth of
six inches and of the breadth of one
inch, of which mortal wound the
same Gabriel Spencer then and
there died instantly.”
The document is headed with a
statement that the prisoner “con
fesses the indictment, asks for the
book, reads like a clerk, is marked
with the letter T and is delivered
according to tin1 form of the stat
ute,” etc. This in modern language
means that the author of “Every
Man In 11 is Humor” claimed the
privilege of the clergy, which was
extended to laymen who could read,
of escaping the hangman for a first
offense on being branded on the loft
thumb with a T, which was com
monly known as the Tyburn T. Bon
Jonson, apparently by bribing the
jailer, had the operation of brand
ing performed with cold steel, ns no
marks of branding were found on
his body at his death.
This remarkable document, which
escaped the poet’s biographers, was
found among a number of frag
mentary rolls. It had lost its dated
wrapper, was wet and decayed and
was far on tin; road to rottenness
when it was rescued from its ob
livion and submitted by the experts
of the Middlesex county council to
a process of cleaning and restoring.
USE CLIMAX CHICK FEED
The best feed on earth for lit
tle chicks. You do not lose any
from bowel trouble when you use
this feed. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Use Cholerine for grown fowls.
Ask your dealers for it. If you
cannot get it call Phone 396,
HECK & WAMSLEY
We manufacture Climax Chick
Mrs. G. F. Ailor has been quite
sick since Sunday.
A. ,7. Baldwin transacted busi
ness in Falls City Friday.
Mrs. E. Wheeler spent last
week visiting Mrs. A. L. Adams
Mrs. Ida Morris and children
visited her mother, Mrs. Shef
ferd, last week.
Mrs. A. J. Baldwin and Byral
\ isited last Friday at Salem with
Mrs. Jess Shrimpton.
Mrs. S. H. Bailey of Falls
City visited homo folks from
Wednesday until Saturday.
Mrs. Melnineh spent several
days in the country last, week
with Mrs. Frank Johnson.
F. W. Monette and family are
seeing the bright side of life in
a fine new touring car.
.Miss Lissa Colglazier and Lu« 1
ln are visiting in Nebraska City
at tin1 home of Rev. Zimmerman
and tvi4 o,
Mrs. Angeline Raper’s new
bouse is nearing completion and
will be quite an addition to South
Mrs. Robb and son of Salem is
in Stella helping her folks with
house cleaning for a couple of
Eugene Allemond and wife
left Wednesday for an extended
visit with their daughter and fair*
ily at North l’latte.
Mrs. G. L. Slocum has been
quite sick since Thursday. Her
sister, Mrs. Tildcn, came up
from Salem last Sunday to help
care for her.
Mark Goolsby and wife of Fall
City returned home Saturday, af
ter a ten days visit with their
daughter, Mrs. Grant Smith, just
south of town.
Auston Freed and niece, Mrs.
Brauman, who were here to at
tend the funeral of S. K. Freed,
returned to their home at Ames,
Dan Sarvis and wife eaiue
down from Auburn Wednesday
to attend the funeral of S. It.
Freed, they stayed over and vis
aed old friends a couple of days.
Mr. Corey and wife and two
sons who came from Hutchison,
Kansas, to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Corey's grandfather, re
turned home Thursday.
Win. Fritts and wife, Mrs. G.
liandal, Mrs. Chas. and Frank
Johnson were shopping in the
ounty seat Friday, all going in
the l’ritts auto.
Violet Curran visited Saturday
and Sunday with Ethel 1’ech.
Ml'S, Christ Mueller and two
children were guests of Mrs. C.
•I. Peek Monday.
Mrs. E. M. Kininiel was a
guest of Mrs. A. Elshire Monday
i f last week.
Mrs, J. Stump of Falls City
visited with herdaughter. Mrs. P.
John Yocam spent Tuesday in
this vicinity with his daughter,
Mrs. C. J. Peck.
Lola Ilcineman of Falls City is
visiting at the home of F. M.
Shaffer and family.
L. S. Nedrow and family went
to Stella Sunday to visit Joe
Nedrow and wife.
John Reiscliiek and family were
guests of friends in this neigh
Mrs. George Sinclair and sister
and Mrs. P. Gunn spent Tues
day with Mrs. Ray Meyers.
Mrs. R. Fritzgerald ami daugh
ter Ruth, spent one day last week
•n Falls City with her parents.
Louise Rule closed a success- \
ful term of school in the Frank
Brecht district Friday.
M. Meinhart and wife enter-j
tained IT. AVatton, Henry Fritz
and Herman Fritz and their fam 1
ilies at tlieir home Sunday.
Perry Shaffer went to Hamlin
Sunday evening to assist Francis
Stump in remodeling his house.
Dorothy Miller closed a suc
cessful term of school at the
Center school with a picnic Fri
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Do not think there is no use finding out about this proposition.
The offer is made and backed up by the oldest and most reliable agri
cultural paper in the Northwest. A Hudson Automobile was
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MINN., on April loth, by the Farm, Stock »V Home Co.
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Route. State. .
This coupon counts 100 points. Only one coupon credited
to same person.
The Misses Wetzel and Prich
ard and W. Hutchinson and N.
Pape and T. Ilillyard were guests
at the home of F. M. Shaffer on
A great many from this vic
inity attended the funeral of
Mrs. Ruegge in Falls City Sun
Rev. Plough closed a very
successful term of School at the
Maple Grove school house last
H. J. Prichard, wife and son]
and F. M. Shaffer and family
were entertained at the home of
F. S. Lichty and family Sunday.
Miss May DeMurs spent one
day last week in this vicinity.
Mrs. F. W. Wittroek spent one
day recently with her parents in
C. Mueller and family visited
with II. Wolf and family Sunday.
Lindlsy Murray In Spirit Land.
Some spiritualists were at one
time very anxious to persuade the
famous novelist, Charles Dickens, to
becomo a spiritualist. lie was on
one occasion induced to attend a
seance so that he might be convert
ed to their cult, lie was asked
whose spirit he would most like to
appear, and be said at once, “land
In due course they informed him
that the famous master of gram
mar was in the room. Dickens
asked, “Are von I.indlcy Murray?’
and the “spirit” answered, “I are.”
All hope of making Charles Dick
ens a spiritualist was gone from
that moment.—Liverpool Post.
First Judicial Honors For a Woman.
To Henry VIII. belongs the honor
of having conferred judicial rights
upon a woman. Lady Anno Berke
ley of York was allowed by tlie
sovereign, who had the widest ex
perience of the virtues of women,
to sit as judge, appoint a commis
sion and actually to pass sentence
on some men who had been killing
her deer and despoiling her park.
Going Him One Better.
“Oh, yes, wo have a wonderful cli
mate,” said the man from southern
Texas. “Why, only last season we
raised a pumpkin so large that aft
er sawing it in two my wife used
the halves as cradles in which to
rock the babies.”
“Yes,” replied the man from New
York, “but in my state it’s a com
mon thing to find three full grown
policemen asleep on one boat.”—•
Too Early For Him.
One raw March morning as a pro
fessor at one of the colleges was
calling the roll of an 8 o’clock class
in English he came to “Mr. Rob
bins,” and, receiving no answer,
call again, “Mr. Robbins!”
Still no reply. “Ah,” said the
professor, looking around upon the
class with a smile, “I suppose it is
rather early for robins.”—Ladies’
In case of Rheumatism, relief
from pain makes sleep and rest
possible. This may be obtained
by applying Chamberlain’s Lini
ment. For sale by all dealers.
The Thomas Kitchen Set
This is an eight-piece Kitchen Set composed of
I—Cleaver. 2—Bread Knife. 3—Saw.
4—Carving Knife. 5—Carving Fork.
6—Can Opener. 7—Paring Knife.
It is made of good steel and is positively guaranteed
by the Thomas Manufacturing Co.,
of Dayton, Ohio.
We are giving this set with
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