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July I5J 19U4 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
, . LCOAL AND PERSONAL.
J . Kink's for good soda watcr.
C. \V. Jackson ; went to Beatrice .
L. -B. McPhcrson went to H\Uu-
Ji ; R. B. McMahon left Sunday
H. 1. Hunt is enjoying thc
Dakota bl'ccr.c. :
' . . ; Mrs. Harry Morrow is visiting
. in Mound City.
. . 'J\j' \ ! , ; Mrs. Henry Rogers is visiting
. R' . in Beatrice.
, . ' ' . ' . : . J. E. Smith came down from
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t ' . : , Jim \Yhitakcr , went to Dakota
- Saturday of t rnoon. .
: Mrs. N. Musselman is visiting
, friel.ds in Beatrice.
Colonel Bradley of Seneca Kas.
S\Uldayed in i this city. -
H. Fishback came down from
. .4 - ' Beatrice last Friday. ,
: Ike Lyons was in , the city tJic
first of the week.
Mrs.M arion - Vaughn and Edna
are visiting ilJ Dawson.
: " Louis . Ledbetter and wife spent
Sunday in the country.
- , ' , CharIer Conklin of Sabetha
Sundayed in this city.
Sam Stuart and wife of Reserve
. spent Sunday in this city.
Will 'Winterbottom left Satur-
, " , " ' , day " . afternoon for Pule
"I.f.- 'r ' " . .Maude'rosla11(1 of Humboldt
" , spent Friday in this city.
. Joe Forney and wife and Miss
' ; Nettie arc Mound City visitors.
r . Dr.R.P. Robertsdentist
over Kings Pharnlacy.
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Mrs. I. Snyder went Deadwood -
j'l11's.1.Il'ucr wcn l lU lJcau-
wood , S.D. , the first of the week.
. Robert Hoback came down
from Barada the first of the week.
Dave Abbot of Omaha is visiting -
, ing with relatives in this city.
Clyde Haskins and Ingram Cain
of Stella were Falls City visitors
\Ve are still making special low
prices on cured meats and lard.-
Coupe & Thornton. .
. .J. Stephenson and wife of Bar-
ada . were Falls City visitors l'don-
\ . day.
James D. Ohara left Saturday
. for Alliance , where he will work
. at the masons' trade.
. \Ve kill all our own meats ! :
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- therefore we can supply you with
the best the market affords.-
Coupe . & 'fhorn ton , ,
' Al1ie Potect returned Friday
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I 1 h : ; . . . " from Hopkins , 1\10. , where she
I' r- has been visiting \\'ith her sister ,
' . . Mrs. Etta Curren.
( Mrs. \Vm. Yoder went to Paw-
. : . . , nee City Saturday afternoon
\ . " _ where she'will visit with her son
'Y" . . Homer who has charge of Clevc-
. . : ' land's store in that city.
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King's for 1.-laninsocks. .
L. B. Cornell of Vcrdon was in
J Mrs. Scdlmayr returned from
Bonesteel Saturday night.
tl' P. Blakcmore came down
from trechmseh Saturday.
John Evans of Shubcrt was in
this city thc first of the week.
A. D. Gisc came down from
Verdon the latter part of the
J. 1\ Bower and O. C. Wilson
of Stella were Falls City visitors
Roy Daggett and wiTeof Salem
spent Sunday with Willis Yodcr
and wife in this city.
Dr. A. Gaiser , dentist , office
over Richardson County bank.
Phone No. 248. - 23-tf 4
Mmes Ruby McCarty and H.J.
Kiel of Verdon were Falls City
visitors the latter part of the
Will rook , Jake Tanner , Jim
Hi1lyard , George Morris and Dr. " ' . : .
Reneker went to South Dakota
Saturday afternoon. \
E. A. Tucker , Mrs. Young , ,
Miss Young and lV rs. Darlann of
Humbolt were in town the first i .
of the week.
There will be a German service : i
next Sunday at the Brethren
church at 2:15 : p. m. l ev. A.
Kohler will preach. .
Mrs George Prater and daughters -
tel'S returned . : Sunday night from
St. 'Jos ph where they have been
. visiting with relatives.
Pearl Fisher returned from
, Stella Saturday. , She was ac-
' coin partied. by her sister , l\rs.
Hunt who will visit ill this city. '
\VAN'l'HD.-300 bushels nice ,
clean , white oats. Will pay 2 to
3 cents per bushel above market
price. O. P. Heck.
Lillith Waggo11' , who has
been visiting with her aunt , Mrs.
John Gi1ligan returned' to her
home ' in Dawson the first of the
The Commercial club of St.
Joe win 'be ' in this city Saturday
afternoon July 23rd. They will
arrive a. 3:15 : p. m. and will re-
main in this city for one hour.
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Dr. S. A. VanOs.clcl of Harada
was in the city Friday and made
this office a pleasant call. 'rhe
doctor was on' his way to New
York City where he goes to take
a post graduate course for surgi-
cal work. He will be gone just a
_ Rev. William "ard , . "Terri-
torial Evangelist" of Bartelsville !
Indian Territory occupied the
pulpit for Rev. Pong-con Sunday
night at the Christian Church.
Subject of the evening discourse
was a "Crown of 1'horns" and it
was handled in an able and entertaining -
taining manner. /
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Reavis fU Abbey
A Quiet Flirtation . '
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OLJlCT ) . . .Innocent An1usen1ent
RCSULT--Sometimes matrimony and
then comes furniture and this , is
where we get interested. - : . .
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"It is the way
of the vise" to buy
the best goods for
the least n1oney.
We have the
only complete line
of furniture and
floor coverings i
ever carried in the
12 to 60c ; aU wool
Ingrain carpet 50
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to 75 cts sewed ;
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Linoleum , 67
and 12 feet vide
50 to 65 cts , laid.
Some of our de-
signs will certainly -
ly interest you
and the quality
and prices are
1T ) $
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f , /Reavis / & Abbey . . , _ I
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Missouri Pacific Railway
Time Table , Palls City , Net
No. 51 Omaha and Lincoln
Express . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l2:25 : a n1
No.9 Omaha and Lincol II. _ 8:35 : a m
No. 57 Omaha and Lincoln
passenger . . . . . . . ' . ' . . . . . . A 2:48 : p m
No. 233 Local Freight , Au-
burit . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . A 1:10 p 111
No. 52 Kansas City and St.
Louis and Dcnver . . . . . . . A 3:47 : a m
No. 58 Kansas City and St.
Louis and Denver . . . . . . A 2:48 : p m
No.50 Worlds Fair special. _ 8:45 : p 111
No. 232 Local , Atchison. . . 10:30 : a m
No. 220 Stock Freight , IIi-
a"'atha. . . . . . . . . . . . . t. . . . . l\ 9:52 : p n1
A. Daily. n. Daily except Suu ay.
J. n. VAHNHH , A cnt.
Si .fesua.rd the Children.
Notwithstanding all that is
done by boards of health and
charitably inclined persons , the
death rate among small children
is very high during thc hot
weather of the summer months
i n the large cities. There is not
probably one case of bowel com-
plaint in a hundred 1 , ' however , that
could not be cured by ther timely
use of Chamberlain's Colic , Chol-
era and Diarrhoea Reused ) ' . For
sale by ) A. G ; ' \Vanner.
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Less Than Huff Fare.
' 1 ' lie Burlington offers another
series of low rate excursions to
St. Louis and return on Mondays
July 11 , 18 and 25.
Tickets at $7.25 for the round
trip-considerably less than half
rate. 'piclcGts are good in chair
cars and coaches.
Let us send you an illustrated
folder or call on our agent for
. full particulars.
L. K. Wakely , general passcn-
gel' agent , Omaha.
I Staple and I
FRUIT IN SEASON
Vie Sell WANK'S BREAD
BUTTER AND EGGS
First Door North
of Post Office . .
A. G. HOPPOCK