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July 22 , 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY . TRJBUNE . . .
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' LCOAL AND PERSON L. -
: King's for Drugs.
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r King's , for croquet
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. 1\1rs. DcMoss returned from
1 4 " , , kulo l\Ionday.
, 'I Buy your gasoline at thc City
! : . Will Jcnnc went to Hiawatha
H' thc first of the week.
' . George Rcichcrs is viewing thc
Exposition at St. Louis.
. . . . Will Schmelr.el went to Auburn
the first of the \\reek.
. Everybody invited to call on
Dr. IcMil1an , Druggist. ,
. . Dr : Rush made a professional
trip to Stc.ja } 'rucsday.
Anna Santo and Charles ' heck
were in Shupert \Vcdnesdar.
. Coupe 'L'hornton handle noth-
ing- but the best l of mcats.
I . Earl North is visiting : with his
parents in Beatrice having left
. - halls City Monday. '
Try Be rry's Chick Food for li t-
I tie chicks - just the stuff - at
Heck's reed Store.
f Marion and Naomi Towle of
r. Omaha , 'isiti their "
arc visiting grandparents -
' parents , E. S. Towlc of this cit ) ; .
There were more ad \ ertise-
meats in one Hiawatha paper
t last week than appeared in all
, ' three of the local organs.
r m \Ve heard two little boys clebat-
I . ing" the proposition as to which
. had thc best papa. The first boy
said " Nell my papa is the best
'cause he gives me all thc nicklcs
I want for gum and candy and ice
cream sodas. " The other retort-
ed , 'Well my papa hc helps mc
make . boats and swings and goes
, . . swimming with Inc and } wc just
; have thc most fun. " What do
I YOU think about itYhich boy
won thc debate ?
" A Falls City young man on the
\Vorld's fair ground with a party
t of young people , among whom
was his best girl. Some one
suggested that they take dinner
at the Cascade restaurant.
Everybody agreed save thc lad
from thi , town. Hc called } the
girl away from thc others and
" . said "Grace , I can't afford to take
dinner with you there. I hayen't
much money. I am not earning
large wages. If we dine there it
will cost me several dollars ] ) and
that means oneday less with you.
The girl turned to her friends
ane excused herself saying that
' , . she and C wanted to look
at something in one of the bnild-
lI1gs. The next day Grace '
. . brought her lunch basket filled
. for two and together they carried
it all over the blooming fair
_ . : grounds. Now we think C----
is i a courageous and sensible boy
and that Grace is a mighty nice
. girl. What do you think } about
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- Eat Sowles Candy.
King's for stationery' ,
George and Fred Cleveland
made a business trip to Sf. .Joc
All ] ] kinds of tablets and writing
at Dr Mc-'lillan's -
paper ' Drug
Clara Gagnon , who has been
visiting hi Leavcnworth returned
home the first of the wcek
C. F. Hel\'is : accompanied
Judge Kellig-ar to Pawnee City
Wednesday to argue the Table
Rock liquor casc.
1\1rs. Carney and daughter Stella -
la ofV estc 'n , Nebraska who
have been visiting here for source
time returned home yestcrday.
The position of" Nebraska
democrats is about as uncertain
'as the batting order of thc local
ban team was last Monday
\ 1. Taylor postmaster of f11U-
bed and George Lewis of thc
same Mace l were in town Monday
in attendance at thc saloon hearing -
ing from their vil1ag-e.
Judge \V. n. . lcllig-ar held an
adjourned term of court in thc
district clcrk's office Monday.
He confirmed thc sales in the
Dorland case , as hc did also in
thc irebaugh and iegcr land
sates. Thc Shubcrt liquor case
cause up for hearing and thc
court granted the appeal and : declared -
clared thc license void. Shubc
will therefore be dry this ycar.
Time Judge returned Wednesday
and disposed of several motions
and some uhtiimish d busincss.
l cv. Pongeon addressed a very
large audience at the Christian
cliurcli last Sunday morning ,
using for his subject- "Not
Ashamcd. " Hc presented to his
hearers the attitude assumed 1.1'
the apostle Paul in the presentation -
tion of the gospel , his boldness ,
fearlessness and sincerity and
then advised that all Christial1
men do likewise. 'I'here will be
110 preaching services at the
Christian church until after thc
Salem chautauqua. In the evening -
ing the first Sunday in August
Re\ Pougeon will deliver an illustrated -
sermon - - Lad-
dC'rs. " All arc in\ ' ted.
United States Senator Clark of
Montana has bectl educating "his ,
wa I'd" for several years. It now
appears that they have a child
two years old. Senator Clark
claims they have been married
three years but kept it a secret
because 1\lrs. Clark did not want
to go in society , which she would
have been compelled to do had it
been known that she was the
wife of the sena tor , She has become -
come reconciled however , and i s
now trying to break into the
upper crust. If we had as much
money as Clark we would hire
some man to invent a better cx- .
anise than that.
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THE CONSERVATIVE SIlOE BUYER TIIINKS !
OF HOLT AND GOOD SHOES [ AT ONE TI1\IE
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WIIHN IN NIHm OP POOTWBAI ONB 11\8
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JUST Nor SPECIAL BARGAINS MAKE TilE , .
COMPARISONTERY ESPECIALLY STRIKING
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Burlington Lo\v Rates.
'l'hc man or woman who takes
( Vacation during thc heated
period is thc one who lives the
longest , enjoys life the Most and
docs thc best work.
St. Louis and return , all kinds
of reduccc rates daily.
Chicago and return either dir-
ect or via Sr. Louis , daily low
Denver , Colorado Sprimi s , Pu-
eblo , Glehwood Springs , Utah ,
thc Black Hills of South Dakota ,
thc Yellowstone National 1 park of
\Vyoming-practically half rates
all sumll1er. Ask the agent for
articulars or write L. \ VYake -
ly , general passenger agent at
A perusal of the Hiawatha
World ought : to inspire every
country editor. Of course all
men in this business have neither
thc literary nor the executive
ability of Ewing Herbert who
edits this paper , and very few
editors receive the cl1cour.rement :
from local 1 advertisers ' that is
given to him. But grit and
courage are a formidablc com-
bination , and combincd with thc
other essentials so largely possessed -
ed by 1\11' ' Herbert' will accom-
plish great results as is evidenced
by the \V orld.
Nearly every newspaper man
says that his paper is the pest.
This is the easiest - in
newspaper busincss-to say. We
arc trying to make the Tribune
the best in this ; locality , and
think that in a measure we arc
succeeding What you think
about it however , is of greeter
interest to us. If you think
enough of us to become a SU'-
scriber we will wclcome you very
gIadly.Ve think we can he of
mutual advantage to each other ;
wc would like to 10 our part.
Will you give us the chance ?
Missouri pacific [ Railway
Tlmc T"hlc ( , Falls City , Nch. "
No. 51 OI"lIaha ) and \ Lincoln ! "II
Express } . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A 2:25 : : a 111 1 ; !
No. 9 OlllahaaJl ( ! Li ucolii . . 8:35 : a III '
No. 57 Olllaha awl Lincoln '
passenger } . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A 2.18 : Pili' . . '
No. 233 loeall " reightAim- s
burn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A II0pJl\ : .
No. 52 Kansas City and St.
Louis and ! Denver , . . . . . . A 3:47 : a III
No. 58 Kamas City and ! St. .
Louis and ! DCllvcl" . . . . . . . A 2:48 : I' lit i
No.SO Worlds I.'ail" special . 8:45 : p 111 -
No. 232 Local , tchifioll. : . . 10:30 : a III ;
No. 220 Stock I"l"eight , J Ii-
a\\.atha. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A9:52 : pIli
A. Daily. B. Daily except SlIlIday.
T. B. V.\INI , Ag-clI
We carry a. . . .
And all kinds of
WE SOLICIT YOUIt PATRONAGE
Lumber r&l Coal Co.
I have a few stands of bees ,
which I will sell very reasonable
Call at the Farmer hotel.
2 ( -4 J. W. Macomber.
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They are Fine
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