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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Januarvi5,19o4
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y : ( , CHAS. F. HOFFMAN ]
Leading Tailor r&l Gents Furnisher
We carry at all times a Complete
and , Up..tomdate . Line of .
Y Gellts' Furnishings
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also a Full Stock of the latest in " . : . . _
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Fine Woolens ,
' which ve will make up to your order
und guarantee the fit and price to be
satisfactory. COll1e' and see us for
anything in our line.
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; ' Falls City , , Vebr.
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
I ; gat Swle' Candr.
Special prices on cured meats
and lard l at Coupe & 'Pltorntotts' .
l''trs. D. B. H.atckin'isHcd
friends and relatives in Rule this
; . ' \Vantcc1-1'wo boarders al pri-
\'atc p1aCe. Good location one
block from.l\-l'ain street inquire lt
Tribune 011ice. 1 tf
" 'Phis is thc time of year that
wc appreciate thc good walks
. that were laid ( luring the sung
mcr. flay our appreciation bc
even greater this time next ycar :
'T ' he man who can " look at a
load of big \ fat cohs as it passes
along the street without violating
that \'ommandment which says
thou shalt ndt- covet , is sure of
.At thc recent installation of .01'-
Hcers of . the Dcgrcc of Hunor , a
. number ofTerln People were
present and ( at that time they in-
\ ' ted Mrs. F. P. \'crslc tu come
to Verdon to install the officers
of their lodge. l\lrs. E\'crsolc
accepted thc invitation and ( went
to Verdon 'l'ucsday evening for
that purpose . .
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Coupe & l.'horllton cure all
their own meats.
11Tolff Bros. arc engaged in
painting an elaborate set of
scenery for thc new opera house
at Nims City.
Read the Tribtttne ads carc-
ful1y. It will not only prove interesting -
teresting but may prove profitable
Will Uhlig- nt to IIumboldt
l\-onday [ to assist in opening a set
of books for thc new National
ban k off Humboldt.
One dollar buys 100 c11\'elopcs
and 100 sheets of writing paper
at the Tribune ofiice. Good qual-
ity aincl . . : neatly printcd.
Vhcn it is fhe electric lights
that rail to work , the Standard
Oil Co misscs out 011 a cussin'
and George l\Ionison : gets it.
A woman never considers her
husband just what hc ought to
be as long as hc prefers his din-
ncr at noon instead of at six
Thc new mill looms up in graft .
s1mpc. Since thc frame has been
partly raised one can get some
idea as to the size of the structure
It is evident that it will he a
credit to te ! ci ty.
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\-Vhat has become of thc coun-
try lyceum ? Don't thc boys of
this day and generation care
whether thc pen is mightier than
thc sword ? Vc should be very
sorry to learn that thc lyceum has
gone out of fashion. In thc old
days . the town boys . used to Ire
out to thc lyceum and d ldbate with
thc country boys and wc never
saw the time that they didn't get
the worst of it.
. Quarterly meetings will hc held
at thc M. E. church in this city
on Sunday. 'l hc presiding cIder ,
Rey. J. S. W. Dean , will preach
at 10:4S'a. : m. and hold communion -
ion set'\ice. The pastor , Re\ .
W. B. Alexander will preach in
the evening subject "Gctting
Back to God. " All are invited to
attend these services. ,
Great numberc of sparks flying ;
from a chimney on the Union
House atti acted much attention
from. passersby on 'f ttescla } evening -
ing The sparks fell on the roof
but did not result in even a small
It is generally ; the man who
sends to it Chicago mail order
house for everything he buys ,
who refers to his town as a
"bum burg. " Strange that hc
should try to make it "bummer.\
This wintcr has been so plcas-
ant that you could tell an iceman
or a plumbcr w1Hn you met them
because they never looked as
pleasant as the wcathcr.
The annual business meeting ;
of Harnack's Military ' Band was
held last Friday cvening- Ofti-
cers were elected and plans made
for the ensuing ; ycar.
The 'l'rihU1H wants to print all
the news. If you know anything'
good call up phone 22 G and if
necessary a reporter will call on
you for particulars. .
Talk about your big timbers.
Pour l of them , each two feet
square and 110 feet long passed
south over thc Iissouri Pacific
one day last weck. .
Joe Geiger underwent a severe
surgical operation r--Ionday. : Thc
operation was performed by Dl.
Hannah Fleming and . . , , 'as , com-
Rcy. Smith , thc new rector of
St. 'l'homas church arrived in thc
city from IrondttlacVis.1'ues ; -
clay and held services for the first
time that cycning.
Ve want a hust1il1g' con'cs-
pondcn and general representative -
tive in every precinct in thc
coun ty. Call or write for parti-
. Sat tt I'd a y was a good day
among the mcrchants. 'T ' here
were ninny farmcrs in town and
business was good in all lines.
Thc Tribune office is located in
thc building ; formerally'occupicd
by the Journal. 'Vc invite our
friends to call at any time. . . . .
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Aug. Moritz was down from
Isham Hca\is went to Lincoln
Sunday evcning. , . . . .
l-I. D. VeUcr of Stella was in " ,
thc city \'Iortclay. I
NIl's. : C. L. Kerr left Monday' : :
for Kansas City. , ' '
W. : H. l
Brown , jr. , of Stella was
in the city 1'tonday. .
G. Yo Harris and wife of Stella
spent Sund'ay in this city
Clyd : : ; Haskins of the Stellar
Press was in town 1.'ucsc1ay.
R. A. Clark and wife of Stella
were in the city over Sunday.
O. A. Cooper of 1-Iumboldt was
in the city on business ' 1'uesday.
Mhs : Nettie Wheeler of Stella
sited in this city over Sunday.
Eb Goo1sb\ of crdon made a
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business trip to this city l'ucsday. :
J. R. Curry of Stella made a
business trip to this city 'lonc1ay. .
Frank Snethcn of Humboldt
was in the city on business l'on-
day. . . . .
O. R. Trimmer of Stella was . a f J. 1
Falls City visitor thc first or the
E. F. Sharts , editor of the
I-1umbolclt , Enterprise was in town . .
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F. I' . Darrow 'of Preston was
transacting business in this city
Hiss Belle Hussack has been
confined to her home b\ - illness 4 . ' ' ' ' .
\V. II. String-Held came clown
from Stella on business thc first
of the wcek.
E. C. Rigg's anc1 Lee Bolcjack
were clown from Shubcrt" bus-
incss Tucsclay. I
L. C. Edwards of thc Humboldt .
Standard made a business trip to
this city 1'Iunday. '
\\T111. Boosc went , to Kansas J
City Monday to look after sonic
'V. S. Shracler of Stella was
looking after business interests '
in this city 'hnesliy. 1 ;
R. S. Malone of 1-Iumboldt at-
tcndel.to some business matters
in this city the first or the wcck. I
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Call on 1 ;
A. G. HOPPOCK . J
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Fancy Groceries .
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Highest Market Price . orj
Paid for Produce . ,
First Door North
of Post Office. . .
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