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October 28 , 1904 l TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . I.
Among tile Sports
\Vakefield was a horse of an-
other color he wouldn't be play-
ing ball in an amateur company.
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Frank Crabill is at present the
champion field shot. Linn Him-
mclrcich tells of a remarkable
shot he made on Mallards last
Thursday that will probably remain -
main the rccord for the scason.
Clay Davis , Peter Frederick jr.
and George Dietsch arc back
from their western chicken shoot.
They report the chickens very
plcntiful. They returned with
I eighty nine birds.
What Newt Van\Vinklc , Irvin n
Bode , Fred Cleveland and George
Hinton will do now thc base ball
season is closed , is a matter of f
doubt to their friends What n
great thing it is to stay young
enough through all the years a s
they pass , to enjoy a good ball 1
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The Tribune regrets thc unfortunate -
fortunate ending of the Rube ball
g'ame. The visitors had played
a gentlemanly l game and that thc
game should ( have had such an
unfortunate termination i s a
source ol regret to thc local fans.
That there is no greater bore
than a drunken base ball crank
will bc admitted by every attend-
ant at thc Rule game who was so
unforfunatc as to come within
the notice of. thc young stranger
who wanted to bet a hundred dollars l-
lars on the game , and who had
nothing on his person more val-
uable than an empty whisky : bot-
I saw what to mc , was a pathetic -
thetic sight one afternoon last
wcek. One of thc local hunters
has a crippled pointer dog. The
old fellow has seen better days ,
but his spirit is as young and
brave as it was when hc was a
kid and his body was so md. His
master was going hunting and
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came out ot the house with IllS
gun. The old dog saw him and
crept so stealthily to the side of
his owncr. If I ever saw an ap-
peal in a brutes eyes , I saw it in
the eyes of thc old pointer. He
wanted to go hunting so much.
He wanted to feel the Autumn
wind in his face and thc scent of
game in his nostrils. He was
young again. He had dreamt uy
the kennel of the days in thc field
so long , now for a short after-
noon he wanted to live to li\'c.
And as he looked up into the face
of his master his eyes were full
of entreaty and appcal. But thc
old body was worn out and the
man with the gun put his hand
gently on his head and said "no. "
So Jack went back to his straw a
disappointed and unhappy old
dog. That whole afternoon in
the field was a failure-I thought
too much of a dog.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Dr. Gaiser returned from Republic _
public City Sunday.
Laura Scholl spent Sunday
with Mela cischick.
Russell Keim left the first of
the week for St. Louis.
M. Dickson of Forest City was
in our city Sunday.
Al Roberts and wife left Sun-
day for the Exposition.
1\11' . and Mrs. James Specrs
spent Sunday in St. Joscph.
c. M. 'l'ownlcy and wife of
Stella were in this city Saturday.
O. Pryicie of St. Louis registered -
ered al the Union Housc Monday.
: Judge Lambert and daughter
of Auburn were in this city Sat-
Sadie Smucker of Merrill was
o visiting with friends in this city
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stoppcd at the Union House Sun-
Nellc McMahon and Lillian
Oswald visited at Mrs. Ross Wills
Mat McMahon and daughter
Kathcryn arc viewing the Exposition -
position this wcek.
Mr and Mrs. G. Richardson
returned Friday from an extended -
cd visit in Indiana.
Mrs. John Oswald ai\c1 Hazel
Je11ison returned from St.- Louis
thc first of the week.
Peter Kaiser of Nebraska City
spent a few days in Falls City
the first of the week.
Dr. Wiser has spent the week
in Si1verton , Col. , looking after
his mining interests there
Ernest Brown and Harry
Rammcl of Verdan transacted
business in this city Frida ) ' .
Mrs. Chas. Hoffman and Mrs.
R. D. Messier left Saturday evening -
ing for the fair at St. Louis.
Prof. Barrct's cosy new cottage
on First street has been plastered
and will soon bc ready for
1\frs. E. H. 'l'owle left this
week for Wisconsin where she
will visit relatives. She will
stop a few days in St. Louis en
Money. Private funds to loan
on good farmland security Good
terms can be arranged. Optional -
al Payments. Call on or write ,
-Henry C. SithFalls City , Ncb.
Physicians say the past few
weeks have been marked with
less sickness than during thc
summer season. Its too late for
cholera morbus and too early for
grip and pncumonia.
J. Achcnback and wife of Ger-
many , who arc touring the
United States on their wedding
trip , arc stopping at thc Union
Housc this wcck.
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How About It ? '
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'Vi11 you let us fit you in a pair of
'linter Shoes if you are promptly
and politely waited upon ; rightly fit-
ted and you get the best style your
price will purchase ?
. If you get the utmost comfort that t
can be put into a shoe ; and have the . . '
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'uarantee of a straight-out shoe '
house ; to have any complaint , no
matter how slight , promptly satisfied ,
and to know that you get a dollar's fit
worth for every dollar you pay ?
How About It ? "
GEORGE B. HOLT
The Shoe lIan.
THE WINTER'S WIND
vVlll soon blowout of the north and the Storm King
will be with us.Vhat have you to read about the
glowing embers of the evenilg's ; fire ? Every Falls
City paper except . .
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The Falls City Tribune t ;
costs $ I. 5o a year. Look at the following : i
The Tribune and the vVeekly State Journal a year ; 1.00 '
The Tribune and the Weekly Kansas City Star I. oo
Two papers for fifty cents less than one.
The Tribune and McClure's : Magazine , one year $ I. 75
The Tribune and Everybody's Magazine one year I. 75
The Tribune and : Munsey's Magazine , one year 1.75
The best local paper and a one dollar magazine for'
25 cents more than the other papers cost alone.
Are You Interested ? Write to Us.
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_ No. 15. Vestibuled express ,
daily , Denver , and
B I I TIME TABLE c
all points west and
, northwest 0..0. 1:24 : pm'
Falls City. Ncb. No. 16. Vestibuled
y < : ec ! . . express
St. Louis and all
points cast and
daily , : : st. Joe , l an-
Denver sas City , Sl LOni3
Helena Chicago and points ' :
Butte east and south . . . . 4:30 pm' , y
Salt Lake City No. 18. Local ! express daily I
Portland Atchison and points , .
San Francisco south and west. . . . 3:8 pm"
and all points No. 41. St. Louis-Portland . '
west. : : ; pecia.LincolnHe'I !
I lena , Tacoma and
TRAINS I.HAVH AS FOI.I.OWS : Portland without
No. 42. Portland St. Louis change . . . . . . . . . . . 10:07 : p m. .
pedal , St. , Joseph , No. 115. Local acc ) t111noda- it 'It-
Kansas . City , . St . hon , daily e x- , ' , . . ,
LO l1S and all points cept SundaySalem , . . r _ ' ,
east and south. . . . . 7:24 : p 111 Nemaha sica and Ne I Jt i
bras1m City. 0 . . . . . . 10:30 : p 111 JJ.
No. 13. shbuled
< : express ,
Sleeping , dining and reeling chair
dally , . Denver and cars ( seats free ) on through trains. . . "
all p01l1ts west and ' r
tfickets sold _
and baggage checked to .
northwest. . . . . . . . . .
: a m , in
any point the States or Canada . For ) J
No. 14. Vestibule express , information ! , time tables , maps and ' :
daily , St. Joe , Kan- tickets , can on.or write to G. Stewart ,
sas City , St. Louis Agent , Falls City , : Neb , or J. Francls , ,
and all points east G. P. & I. A . , Omaha.
and south. . . . . . 0. . . 7:43 : a m .
No. 17 Local express , daily Pork 1 sausage and h am b urgcr , , " _ .
Wymore and points fresh every day at Coupe &Thorn- I
eastwestnorthwest 12:17 : pm tons. . u. . . .
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