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September 23,1904' / TI-IE FALLs CITY TRIBUNE' - . It' , ; ' , " ' . " I " ' , .t.
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Some Like the latest and
\ People- very
_ _ smartest things in Footwear -
, wear and nothing short of the newest and swellest
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" Diver People--- much for
- care so m\l
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. . , _ . . . , _ " . ' . : . . . . style . , , but " . are better
pleased with good , comfortable , durable ! and ease go-
ing Shoes. - '
Most \\T.ant \ both and
o People--- ant _ style
. _ . . . . . . . comfort combined in
reasonably priced , good looking , well wearing ' Shoes.
Now , Reader " It doesn't , matter to
which of the above
classes you belong-your Shoes are here. Come in.
' -1 and we'll certainly take great pleasure in' shoving them :
to vou. 5
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; - , The circus has " come and ; ! gone
and some twelve " , .thousand..per- .
semis attended the two perfor-
; . The circus , . i(1 itself ' is a
stupendous undertaking and is
" one of the greatest amusement
, enterprise the wOrld , has ever
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, ' seen.
Those who are familiar with
. . . ; ; both the Ringling circus and the
Barnum & Bailey show are in-
inclined to think the former the
greater of the two. However the
Barnum shows furnish more than
oiie can see at . .a single perfor-
mance and this should be suffi-
cient for the most exacting
It would be difficult to say what
is the best ' feature of . the circus
as this would depend largely on
temperament. Probably the won-
a . : " derfu1 fainily of midgets pleased
r } more than. any other one thing.
. These tiny little men and women
are not only wonderful , they are
cute and winning as well. 'l'hey
are little more than toys and every
. desire to - her hands
lady had a get
on them. Quite a handsome
. young woman stood with her escort -
o cert close to where one of the lit-
tle fellows sat perched on the
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fILL YOUR COAL BIN
Now before the cold weather sets
in. Before ' the price of Coal
goes up. Get a good Coal while
you are about it. Get the kind
that burns evenly and does not
fill your stove up with cinders'
and clinkers. A Coal of that
kind costs twice as much in- the
end. Try a ton of ours. It is
all that Coal should be.
MA V'S T BROS.
steps of a ladder calling out in a
wren like voice for some one to
buy his photograph. lIe turned
to the young lady who was much
interested and asked her if she
didn't want to buy his photograph
for a quarter. "No" replied she ,
"but I will give a quarter for
you. " The mite started to climb
down , letting himself from one
step to the other saying in his
squeaky voice "You've bought
something , . I'm kinda stuck on
The most interesting thing
about a circus is the crowd The
mother with tlH' crying baby , the
father with the half dozen boys ,
the young man' holding tightly
the hand of the only girl , the
young sport who talks loud and
gets drunk before the day is over
were all here bright and early.
Everyone had a good time each
in his own way and went home
tired but satisfied. The circus is
purely and American institution ,
and is seen at its IJest on a sun-
shiny September day in Falls City
Books of all kinds at A. G.
The End of Mary's Lan\b.
By Rev. F. Pougeon.
Mar.\ ' had a little lamb ,
lie was : , all ornery cuss : ' ;
Bcnt on gain' about with her
All' slirrill' lip a fllss.
No matter where his mistress : , went
Or who was ill thc crowd ;
Hc'd dOllhlc lip his wooly . hack ,
An' blot so oil tul loud.
All' with no " ferthcr warnin' ,
Hc'd like an arrow shoot : ,
Strait thrum th' air an' land
On slim pore inncrccllt g-albot
An' knock th' hrcth deer olltcn him
An' make him look at stars ,
All' gala va 11 t a rOil 11' t h' moon ,
All' visit awhile with mars ;
All' thcn cllm hack t' arth agill ,
Askin' Vary whcrc shc'd bits ;
while yanh ill another place ,
Her lam is CI' scratchi n' his chum
All' looldn' jest as inllcrccllt
As cllY harmless crcchll'j ;
well , honestly , ycr clldn't hclc"c
l-lc pusscsscd scch a strildll' fccturc.
Hut ev ' u'y dog < < must meet his doom
\Vhdhcr cur , 01' of dogs the venus ;
All ! likewise every \Villiam Goat ,
An' l\lm"y's Ovine gCllus. .
He made a mistake , an oO'ul one ,
All' was carried away all a litter ;
He tackled thc city editor ,
All' th' editor killed the critter.
In Praise of Chamlerlain.s Colic.
Cholera and Dia.rrhoea Remedy.
l'Alluw me to give you a few
words in praise of Chamherlain's
Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoca
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Remedy , " says Mr. John Ham-
lett , of Eagle Pass , 'l'exas. "I
suffered one , week with bowel
trouble and took all kinds of
medicine without getting any re-
lief , when my friend ? \r. C.
Johnson a merchant here. advised
me to take : this remedy. After
taking one dose I felt greatly t' . -
lie\'cd and when I had taken tfrc
third dose was entirely cured : : :1
thank you from the bottom oft11Y
heart for putting this great
remcdy in the hands of man-
kind. " For sale by A.G. \Vanner.
Base Ball with Olnaha.
The Omaha league team , which
at this writing seems certain to
win the western league pennant ,
will play two games with : the lo-
cal team on Sept 27th and 28th.
In the base ball world the Omaha
team is two points above the
home team. Ball players usually
step from an amateur tcamn to a ,
semi-professional team such as
Beatrice and then to -minor
league such as Omaha. arrot
of Sioux City will pitch one game
for the home team and Gus
Ruegg-e the other. If Gus is
right he is a better pitcher than
Jarrot and as good a pitcher as
Omaha has outside of Brown and }
Jake Phister. The latter is .a
left lwnder and in the opinion of
the writer is the best pitcher in
the Western League. Tom Potent
is a better catcher and a better
hitter than either of Omaha's two
catchers , Go.neling and Frieze.
In all other departments of the
g'an1lOmaha will out class our
boys. If Toni Potent , Nuegge
anl } Il'ohling-er show up in th . 'ir
usual oul'l\C , the manager \
for Omaha will at least have a
talk with them.
' .t ' hesc g'ames should he patl'on-
ized by every base hall -crank in
to vmt. The.boys will learn much
hy watching' Omaha aR their team
work is exceptional. . it will be
noticcc ( e''en ; by those who know
nothing of the liner points of thc
gamc. 'J'his will be especially
true in the batting department
where bunts and sacrifice hit
will be used effectively Another
thing that the boys can lea rim
from this series will be that with
the exception cf Welch , Omaha's
hard hitting center fielder , not
one of the team will swing at the
ball , each player will hold his
bat fully six inches from the end
of the handle and snap at the
ball. Let everybody attend these
g'ames and let every player watch
his position as played by a professional -
fessional ball player and sec what
he can sec.
Re'V. . Alexander 01 the ,
11ICtholist church preached his
farewell sermon on Sunday preparatory -
paratory to moving other
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c 1" Jarge. Rev : , Alexander : 1 has 1
heck the pastor of the local \
church for the past three years
His faithful , earnest service has
endeared him to his congregation
while his genial and affable
personality has made him popular
with the entire COilliumunity '
\Vhile Mr. Alexander is an excellent -
cellent preacher he is more than
that , he is an excellent man. In
every requirement he measured
up to the dignity 01 his profession.
Without display , without lauda-
tion 'or advertising he has gone
about performing his many duties
with uniform courage and court-
esy and has accomplished great
good for his church and the -
people of this city during his
three rears residence. \Ve regret
to lose him anel voice the senti-
ment of his many friends in wish-
ing him and his excellent family
Since writing the above wo
understand that a petition has
been circulated and very general-
ly signed asking that Rev. Alex-
ander be turned to this city for
another year. The Tribune
hopes that the conference will see
its way clear to grant the request
of this petition and that Mr.
Alexander will reconsider his determination -
termination to leave halls City.
Ice ! Ice !
Good clean ice from Culp's lake
delivered at your door.-Culp Ice
Roberts , the jeweler has a fine
line of watches , clocks , jewelry ,
etc. Call and see them.