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July 22 , ! 9b4 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE " 'Ql' F t
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R. E. Grils.tCd
011 Drainage Question
Brock , Nebraska is about ten
miles above Auburn on the little
Ncmaha rivcr. A trill ! > to that
place on the Hth inst to attcnd ( a
( Irain age convention and see how
wet-wcathcr people up there look
feel and think and " what they
arc going todo about it , " disclosed -
cd thc fact that if any difference ,
owners of bottom lands have been
hit harder there by the rcccnt
floods than hcrc.
' 1 ' lie object of this Meeting was
to devise if possible sonic means
by which rough co-operation ,
the water plane of the valley can
be lowered in order that in the
future the disastrous results of
thc occasional floods may be eli.m-
'l'hc convention decided to
adopt the plan under which 13m' ,
Washington and Douglas counties
arc now working , that is to file a
petition and hond with the county
clerk as provided for in Article 1
Chap S9 Compiled statutes 11)03.
At this convention were repre-
scntat'cs , intelligent business
men , whether owners of bottom
lands or not. Some were owners
of uplands , some were from Otoe
county , sonic were newspaper
mcn. Otoe county people then
called a drainage convention to
convene at Syracuse , in their
county July 22.
One very pleasing thing in this
convention was noticable that
there were no classes of men either
members of thc county board or
others who have caught an in-
News of the County as Told by
Our Specllli Correspondents
Ora Dunn is among thc sick.
Chas. Sllulenberg left for Da-
Bert McKee was over frdm
Craig last wcck.
Mcsdamc Art Nixon and \Vm.
Bowl":1.n : " , , 'rc in FallS' City : 'tlie
last < . < ; thc wcek.
\Vm. 1.1' : goo and wife attended
the sod it , l gathering at the home
of Chas. Kuker Sunda ) ' .
Barada ball team pla } ell thc
Ohio boys and the score is 9 to 10
in favor of the latter.
Mrs. Carry Shulenbcrg left
Tuesday for a weeks stay with
her daughter in Shubert-
Deles SpicklerLlo'd Mitchell
and Walter Morehead were
among those who went to register -
ter for a chance at Uncle Sam's
We deeply regret the neglect
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llcctio1H germ disease , a species
of hydrophubia , found ' in violent
forms 1n Hicharclsol1 county oc-
casionally which causcs its : dc-
tinis to have some kinds of incx-
plainable fear that in thc evening
shades : of the ( clistan future , the
waterman holy by some nelof
hocus pocus , lcg-cnlcmain' or hypnotism -
notism buy up or steal some
county board and compel thc
members to surrender , manhood ,
integrity thc spotted cow and all
in defiance to and contravcntion
of law , the supreme court , common -
mon sense and the God of Israel ,
and make the guileless upland
owners pay for improvements ill
which he has no interest what-
Let us not forget to attend the
drainage meeting Saturday , July
23rd at the court house in Falls
City. County supervisors , own-
ers of uplands and business mcn
throughout the county will , I am
sure , be especially welcomc. The
The object of this meeting i. i , to
devise a way whereby it will he
possi' ) 1e for the o\'crllowed lands ,
40,000 acres to bc reclaimed and
have their pr6ductivean'd taxable
value euhance.d $2,000,000 , with
fully one fourth as much more in
annual products , and to el tpinatc '
for all time the impossibility of
having g'ood roads acres these
bottoms ; all this at the expense
of the lands benefited.
N. E. Grinstead.
on our part to mention the excel-
lent speech of Col Morrow of
Shubert on the 4th of July in
the interests of fraternalism.
An enjoyable crowd of friends
and neighbors gathered at the
home of Chas. Kukcr Sunday.
'l'he occasion was in honor of his
departure for Europe to the home
of his childhood after an absence
uf mall , ) ' year : His daughter
Meta will accompaily him and
will be absent several months.
\Ve wish them a pleasant trip and
a safe return.
Gertrude Hayes from near
Stella was here last week the
guest of numerous friends.
Lou Slama and C. K. Cooper
with their wives took an auto-
mobile ride to Falls City on Sun-
Frank Stage , the new barber
at Fisher's shop , moved l his
family up this week from Forest
City , Mo.
Dr. Lewis who has been visit-
ing relatives and old friends here
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. - In nearly nil cases It Is because they are so pestered with lice. R
f. ; : j Of course the hen docs not know that the eves may have cost you $5
q .a II setting-she leaves just the snme. Prussian Lice Powder dusted
4 _ . freely on the nest and eees once each ten days docs the business.
. Docs not injure the eggs , anti the little chicks will be free from lice
. ; yam. . when they come Ollt. Should you like the liquid better , don'c forget
our Prussian Lice Killer.
'I have used I'ritssian Lice latter for chickens and also for horses , and same has
given entire satisaction.-ItlMONI ) LIiNTZ.Jericlto , 1Vis.
Price 25 and 50 cents per Can. Itememberalto our famous Prussian Poultry Food. If your dealer J
does not keep any of these , write us. We will suPPly you and send you our 68 page book free.
PRUSSIAN STOCK FOOD & REMEDY COMPANY , St. Paul , iIIinn. ,
The Prussiati Remedies arc guaranteed by Inc and money refunded - .
funded if not satisfactory , Reuicnib r I buy Butter , Eggs at : d. ff
Poultry and Pay Cash. ' I have Barrel and Lump Buck Salt , also
Coal sold wood ,
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for the past week or two , left
'l'uesclay morning for his home in
\Velsh. La. Mr. Lewis practiced
dentistry in this city for many
years until about four years age.
Mrs. Ross of Atchison is in the
city to sec her sister , \T 1'8. R. H.
Bobst who has been seriously ill
for some timc.
Joe Dads. came down from
Omaha this week : and has entered
thc employ of A. D. Snow at thc
Rudolph crtiska and Lute
Skalak wcnt to Bonesteel this
week to register for land in thc
government drl\\ ' ng.
Minnie Murphy and Nellie
Snoke left Sunday for St . Louis
where they will spend a week or
two at the fair.
Something like thirty young
people from the city went out to
spcnd Sunday at the farm home
of Porr in , ,
Leopold Speiser pre :
Mrs. Miunie Hughes was kick-
cd by a horse while tying it to
thc hitch rack on Monday and
received a very painful bruise on
thc right limb.
Mr. 'l'idball of Crete was in thc
city this week , a guest of Violet
Swceney who is spending the
Bertha Frank has returned
from her trip to the international
B. , Y. P. U. convention at Detroit.
\ \ bile away she visited Chicago
and spent several days at St. Louis
Some eight or ten lads ranging
in age from seven to fifteen years ,
were placed under arrest a few
days since charged with stealing
beer from the store house belong-
ing to Jas. B. a'ds. All thc
lads pleaded guilty and were
assessed a fine of one dollar and
George Adkin and Mabel Pool
experienced a runaway accident
Sunday evening which came near
resulting very , seriously. The
lines broke and the horses start-
ed to run , Mr. Adkin being
thrown out and under the whcels.
Miss Pool jumped from the bug-
gy and was quite badly bruised
up but suffered no permanent
injury. The buggy was quite
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I GROCERY "
Fancy and Staple. . 1'- : < ,
GrocerIes. ' ; "
Fruit in Season. I ; ,
Satisfaction rh ! : . r + i '
Free City Delivery'
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Storage for Household
and Other Goods.
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John L. Cleaver \ t
JUSTICE of the PEACE
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t Lewis 1 : ' : ; 1)3) : "I :
Wells , Windnlills , I
Stock Food , Dipping Tanks
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Lightning Rods I
Pump and Windmill Repairing n
Specialt All Work 1 Is
Falls City , Neb.I
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\Ve kill all our own meats
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therefore wc can supply you . with .
thc best thc market affords.- . ' . , . . " ,
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Coupe & 'rhorn tOI1 , x f ' ' . .f1
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