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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , >
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. July 15 , Igu4 .
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
King's for 1lainmocks.
\Vatch thc Tribunes watch.
" King's for good soda watcr.
. . J. L , Slocum went to Omaha
Cass Mead went to White
Cloud : Monday.
\Vm. Oswald is viewing thc
pike at St. Lonis.
Emma Keller went to Dawson
l cv. Bcx went to St. Joseph
thc first of thc wcek.
1\1rs. Fcrd Harlow was a Rube
visitor last Monday.
John B. Paper of Pawnee City
was in town 'l'uesday.
Jim \Vhittaker returned from
. St. Louis last \lollday. : :
Grant Sperry and John Powell .
. . left on Tuesday for Datwt.l.
Fred Oswald and Dr. Scott are
enjoying the Dakota reezc.
. h' Roberts deirtist
over Kings Pharlnacy.
, Bor.l , to John Crook and wife
r t on Monday July 11 , 1904 a SOIl.
l Pert Sperry left Sunday after-
noon for Bonesteel , South Dakota.
Rev Smith and daughters were
, , " Kansas City visitors on Monday.
are Frank Das of Lcavct1\vorth is
r , visiting his aunt , 1\1rs. A. E.
.1'f'i' . Hill.
George Cleveland made a business : -
' . , . iness . trip to Pawnee City \Ved-
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Gc'o. King and Will Rcstcrcr
came up from St. Joseph last
\lrs. Geo. Slnelzel and daughter -
er visited in Humboldt the first
K of thc wcek.
l Rand , Elmer and Charlie
Manna left 'l'ucsday night for
- / Yankton , S. D.
Dr. A. Gaiser dentist , office
' Richardson County bank.
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: _ Phone No. 248. 23-tf
' " ! ' \Vc arc still making special low
i.1c. : . _ prices on cured meats and lard.-
Coupe & 'ehorn ton.
Nclle Hanna returned from
Peru last Friday where she has
been attending school.
- Mrs. John Wilson \ . and' daughters -
ers returned on Monday from an
extended visit in Mound City.
Earl Camblin of Gillette , Wyoming -
oming- is visiting with his father ,
Frank Camblin in this city.
' . ' . . _ . 1\11' Hoppock and wife went . to
. . . . . . Su where will
; ) Y Syracuse Sunday they
visit with \Irs. Hoppock's sister.
, ' ' \VAN'1'ED.-300 bushels nice ,
clean , white oats. Will pay 2 to
,3 cents per bushel above market
r , . pt ice. O. P. Heck.
. The Ladies Kensington Club
' of thc Presbytcrian' church met
with Mrs. Fred Brecht on Thursday -
' [ , hc Modern ' \Vood11lcn of
Am crick were very pleasantly
surprised on Tuesday night by
thc Royal Neighbors of Amcrica.
It being thc regular meeting
night of thc 11.V. . of A. about
twenty five R. N. of A. waited
their chance and gained admis-
sion to thc lodge room. This
wasn't thc usual order of.busincss
but nevertheless there were no
objections as thc ladies treated
them to ice cream and calc , and
all enjoyed a pleasant cvcning.
Ringling Brothers \Vorld's
Greatest Shows employ 1,280
men , women and children ; have
)75 horses , use eighty-fi\'c double
length cars , exhibit monster herd
of forty elephants in thc largest
menagerie on earth , and have a
spread of canvas that covers fif-
teen acres of grouncl.
Spencer Foster l left for Hiawatha -
watha Monday afternoon where
hc event to ship the race horse
"CoJ. \Yca\cr" to ekamah.
Hc will bc gone sonic time as
they make thc Northern Ncb.
raska circuit. The first race
entered on the trip will bc July
19th at 'l'ckamah.
1\1rs. S. B. Sansom and Alice
Sans0111 of Evansville , Ind. , Mrs.
N. B. Judd of Dawson and thc
Misses Alice and Mary Meeker of
Pawnee City visited at thc home
of i\lr. Crocker and family dur-
ing the latter part of last weck.
Roy Young , who has been in
the employ of thc Local Telephone -
phone Company left for Au urn'
the first of the week where hc
has accepted a position with the
telephone company of that city.
1\11' Hunt , veterinary surgeon ,
of Stella was in this city thc first
uf the week , looking for a location.
Hc was accompanied back to
Stella br Grace Fisher who will
visit in Stella for a short time
\Vard Knight and Chas. Kirk-
wood returned from thc Missouri
Lakes Monday afternoon. They
had their usual amount of lisp
and an unusual account of
C. G. Hargravc and family
went to Sycamore Springs 'l'ucs-
clay , in the hope of bcncfitting
1\1rs. Hargravc's health who is a
sufferer from rhcumatism.
Ira Johnson , John Dorrington ,
Anthony Ncsladck and Ross
Foster went to Cheyenne on
\Vc kill all our own mcats.
therefore wc can supply you with
thc best' the market affords.-
Coupe & 'l'hornton ,
'l'hc National hotel which was
, sold at Shcriffs Sale thc first of
thc week , was purchased by J. n.
All kinds of tablets and wrIting .
paper at Dr. McMillan's Drug
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YOUR CHOICE I :
r AN you stop to think that
good goods cost you no
more at OUR store than 4' '
poorer goods cost you elsewhere ?
3 : : : COGC ; ur line 13 i always so clean ' .
cx d complet. . .1a.cl the prices the
'lowest . , . . , , ; : . . , c..J Ocoy-pr. . , t O I
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We also : ; selL DR. SCALES' Anti-Consti-
pation Pills , mo for 25 cents ; DR. SCALES'
Blood Restorative and Tonic Pills , tOO , in each . 1 ,
bottle and DR. SCALES' 33-Da'r Treatment j
all of wi r ± : : h are gt.carLntccd. ' .
Call ) ill arId examine our tine
A 0 Gm WANNER
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
1\lrs. E.I. . Jones is visiting ill
Buy your gasoline at thc City
J. Wilhite returned from St. ,
Rev. Campp returned from Omaha -
aha thc first of thc' \\'cek.
George kennings went to Au-
burn Wednesday aftcrnoon.
Miss Anna Potcct l' e t urn cd
Phil Hcrmes went to Yankton ,
S. D. Wednesday aftcrnoon.
James De\Val made a flying
visit to St. Joseph \VednesddY.
Wilbur Lcyda made a business
trip to Rule and Preston 'l'hurs-
Dr. J. L. Gandy of Humboldt
was in thc city 011 business 'l'ucs-
The papers have a good deal
to say about Bryan's remarkable
feat in sitting and talking through
scvcnty-two hours in and around
the big convention at St. Louis
last week. That's nothing , we
have several poker players in
Falls City who can sit behind a
four flush as long as Bryan did
behind his ill thc game with
'Da vc-IIill , and would bc ready to
repeat after a wash , a drink and
Miss Frances Morton , city librarian -
brarian , reports thc loss of five f
books since thc cstablishmcnt of
thc library. As thc majority of
them were scientific works , the
people who purl in'c1'them are
probably cc1l1catce1. Who in this
little community could bc guilty
of such petty theft ?
There will be a temperance ,
sheeting at thc Brctrcn church
Sunday at three o'clock in thc
afternoon. The meeting will be
addressed by \V. H. Maddox , who
was a delegate to the late prohi- .
bition convention at Indianapolis.
All arc invited
Frank Harrison of Lincoln , . :
who has just returned from South
America , was in thc city thc first
of thc week slinking hand with
old friends and acquaintanccs
Hc was a pleasant caller . - at - this ' i
of ice. . .
Preparations arc being made ,
to commence the erection of the "
new Episcopal rectory in a few . '
Dr. Fast reports thc birth of a "
son to Fred ochlingcr and wife
011 'I'hursday. j
Hugh O'Grady of Dawson was . .J
a halls City visitor Monday.
Everybody invited to call on
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Dr. IcMi11al1 , Druggist. 1
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