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October 28 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ _
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Henry Patterson visited in this
1k' ' city Sunday
. . 1. Rickards carne down from
4. - " 1. L. Brown came clown from
Stanley Crook came down from
y ; Salem Sa tnrday.
Miss Steele of Hiawatha was
-t ; i n town Friday.
Perry Black was down from
Nebraska City Sunday.
W. 'Winterbottom went to Rule
Monday : aftcrnoon.
A vote for the demo . .
critic candidates for the
legislature is a vote
Thomas Hall left for Lincoln
thc first of thc week.
Don't forget the lecture at the
Gehling tomorrow night.
Irvin R. Curry of Hiawatha
spent Sunday in this city.
F. D. Wright of Tecumseh
spent Sunday in this city.
A vote for the democrats I
ic candidates for legislat. . .
. , . . - - .
ure IS a vote for non. W.
J. Bryan for United States
R. C. James was down from
- . Humboldt thc first of thc weck.
J. C. Lindsay of Council Bluffs
was a Falls City visitor Monday.
. W. W. Bcymer of Hiawatha
was a Falls City visitor Monday.
Mr. and 1\1rs. Saylor and ' son
left for St. Louis Sunday evening -
: The democratic candi . .
'j dates for the legislature
- want to select a United
States Senator who will
annoy and harass Presim
dent Roosevelt. ' Do you
r want this done ?
James McKiever andTil t
Kanobe spent Sunday in Hia-
r \Irs. George Crocker went to
. Dawson Sunday to visit her par-
Remember the Sphinx club
. . . lecture at the .Gehling tomorrow
Cider and pure apple butter at
the new cider mill at the creamery -
. _ 'Yc have experienced plumbers
and WIll do your work rcasonable
- Crook and Co.
Mesdames G. W. Holland and
P. S , Heacock were Kansas City
.gweet cider and pure cider vinegar -
egar 20c a gallon at Heck's fee
Marie McMahon is viewing the
the-exposition at St. Louis.
f . .
. . .
One CITY MEAT MARKET
Is opened tIp for business again at the old
stand and will always keep I on hand tile
choicest of .
, . . ,
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Poutlry and Fish
We will pay the highest market price for all
kinds of Live Stock and H ides. Call and see -
us when in need of anything ill our line.
lW . S .L E Y 11 ILL E , R
Moorcs Hog Remedy guaranteed -
teed to kill lice cure mange scales.
For sale at A. G. \Vanncr.
M. B. Ryan and wife of Dawson
were business visitors here Fri-
T. w. McClure of Fortcscuc
was in thc city the latter part of
Do you want a good lead pen-
cil with rubber ? Buy a 5 cent
school tablet at King's.
Thc Missouri Pacific sun'cy-
ors arc at work in thc r-.LP. yards
in this city. 'Vc don't know any
thing concerning thc plans of thc
rail road company but this seems
to be the initial step and everyone
has a guess coming !
The C. E. social at the Chris-
tam n church last : Monday evening
was a thorough succcss. A very
large crowd was in attendance ,
I and the evening was spent in a
manner pleasing and profitable .
to all. The Endeavorcrs wish to
thank all who assisted in any
way to make this social a success.
J. R. Cain iR at home sick this
week hang had a painful but
not serious operation performed
upon him last Sunday. Dr. Minor
, reports that he is progressing
: rapidly towards recovery and
that hc will be able to resume
his busil1css affairs within a few
F. B. Hoffman and LB. Jarrett
. of Stella stopped at the City hotel
Thc services at thc Christian
church met with the approval of
all who were fortuna enough to
be in attendance last Sunday
morning and evening. . Thc pas-
tor used for his subject in thc
morning-"The Vacant Chair , "
and in thc cycning-USitting on
the ' Scalcs. " Both of these sub-
jects were made as interesting as
possible , and all seemed to be
plcased. Ncxt Sunday morning
Rev. Pougcon will use for his
subject-"Lovc. " You arc cord-
ially invited to attcn
Bourke Cochran of New York
delivered a speech in Kansas City
from a democratic standpoint last
week in which he stated that
President Roosevelt was one of
the noblest mete in the world but
for three years had lent himself
to ignoble purposes. Can you
imagine one of the noblest men
in thc world lending himself for
three years to ignoble in his con-
duct and still be "onc of thc
noblest men in thc world ? "
School children buy yourtablets
at King's , and get a lead pencil
free with each tablet.
Eat Sowlcs Candy.
Missouri Pacific Railway
Time Table , Falls City , Neb.
No. 1 Omaha and Lincoln
express . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A 2:2 : a In
No. 9 ! Omaha and Linconu ) 8:35 : a 111
No. 8 Omaha and Lincoln
passenger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A 2:48 : p nl
No. 233 Local Frcight , Au-
burn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A 1:10 p nl ,
No. 2 Kansas ity and St.
Louis and Dcnvcr . . . . . . . A 3:47 : a 111
No. 58 Kansas ity rand St.
Louis and Dcnve . . . . . . . A 2:48 : p 111
o.5 1'1:1. . . I" L.t' Ii ecial 8:45 : p 111
No. 232 Local , Atchison. . . 10:30 a 111
No. 220 tock 1i ' rcight , I-li-
"vatha. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A 9:52 : p 111
A. Daily. B. Daily except Hundaj'
J. n. VAxNm : i , Agcnt.
All roads lead to thc cider mill
at thc creamery building four
blocks north of thc Douglas mill.
everything ncw. Bring us your
app lcs. '
Do you want to sustain
President Roosevelt ? Vote
for the republican candi-
dates for the legislature.
Norman Musslcman amid wife
left for Beatrice Tuesday.
Joe Miles was a Dawson visitor -
or thc first of thc weck.
i ' 'v
Why you should buy Jewelry from
tiS will hc found hy looking through
our line of fresh , desirable goods.-
up.to - date in style and honest in
qllality-priccs lower than the low-
cst Jewelry is something that the
average person knows so little
about that he must needs depend
almost entirely upon the jeweler of
whom hc buys.
The Old Reliable Jeweler
A. E. JAQUET