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November I I 190,1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
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r LOCALND PERSONAL 'With t.h Sports.
. 'Val1ncr sells ink.
I Iat Sowlcs Cal1dy
\Yi11l10w glass at City Phar-
Mrs. \Yilhitc left for Kansas
, George Holt made a business
trip to St. Joseph last Friday.
. ' 1\'lrs. Sam Stewart of Reserve
was shopping in this city Friday.
. . The best furnaces on earth for
sale by W. H. Crook and Co.
Call 011 , V. H. Crook and Co.
. \ for guns : and ammunition.
f Minnie Cleft of Humboldt spent ;
J Sunday in this city with Maude
. Mrs. , Henry Bean who has been ,
, quite ' ill for several days i5 slow-
, 1' improving in health.
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' .Pork san ' : . age and hamburger
realm every . day at Coupe &tI'ltOrtt-
Y : ' ? john Derrington came home
; from his studies at thc State
, 'Un vcritT : : : long enough to vote.
. " Old \lr3. Vaughn has been
' : : very sick for three weeks though
: . ; -at , this writing she is somewhat
" ) * iinproved . .
. , \Vc guarantee all thc cider
from your applcs. 1\0 waste in
: hc new cider mill , creamery
t' . } building. ; , .
1 , ; : Dr. - Gcorgc trucker of Chicago
' son of E. A. Tucker of Humboldt
. ; : ; . attended the Norris Drown nicet-
) ing Saturday ni 'ht.
Sonic OIlC bas dubbed Joe Varp-
'cr and Ned tl'owlc kin widowers
( ; , : as their wives arc visiting kin as
; , Ed Howe would put it.
\ , ' . Rcy. Weber of Boston , \Iasf : ,
. . has been holding a very success-
; - " ' /ul missi"n at thc St. Thomas
' , ' Episcopal church the past week
Call'on W. H. Cook : & Co. and
, sec-his f . < ll line of Garland Heaters -
ers and Cook Stoves , also his
Quick , Meal Ranges. Hc has a
. All roads lead to tHc cider mill
at t,11e'crcamery building , four
blocks north of the Douglas mill.
everything ncv Bring us your
! aprles. )
Putthis , in your scrap book.
t.l'herC''cre apple trees in bloom
ill Falls City , No\ 6th 1e)04.trh
large apple tree at thc corner 0 f
r the Daeschn blacksmith shop
was loaded with blossoms last
The Norris Brown mectinglast
\ 1t -Saturday night was one of the
most successful political meetings
of . the ycar. 111' Brown is one
of the most capable mcu in tle :
state and delivered what many
considered the most convincing
speech of thc year. The 1 epubli-
" : : tan party will yet honor Norris
with \ position of greater responsi-
bility than hc now occupies , and
in doing so will honor itself.
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Clay Das and rank Crabill
bagged thirty i snipes i enc afternoon -
noon 011 time Knikerbockcr farm.
'rhc houl1ds had a ; great day
Friday catching seven Jack rab-
bits in less than an hour and a
Nebraska defeated Iowa sixteen -
teen to six Saturday. trIte hard-
cst foot ball game on thc Nebras-
l\a schedule will be played with
thc Hasldll Indians at Kansas ]
City tomorrow. If Nebraska wins
she is thc undisputed champion
of thc Missouri valley.
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Peter Frederick killed seven
quails Saturday. For a mOt.th
quails may be killed under the
Nebraska law , thc open season
dosing" December 1st.
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Tommy I1'ranl : is time proud
possessor of a thoroughbred grey
hound ; 'he having purchased one
of a lawyer in Sutton , Nebr.
George Hinton has caught thc
coursing fever and is now one of
the most ardent followers of the
hounds in "town. George : / says
the sport beats horse racing a
A large catamount was killed
in the bluffs adjacent to Ncmaha
City last wcek. This is thc second -
end cat killed in that locality
within a month.
There arc a few sadder hut
wiser sports since clectiun. Not
much money was bet In election ,
though Fred Miller endeavored to
'gct thc News to place thc S500 it
aunol1nccd last week it had to bet
011 Berge. 'rhe effort was unsuccessful -
Philips Hcrmes bagged three
prairc chickens Sunday e\'cnillg.
The fool ball team of this city
will play at Millers pasture next
Friday aftcrnoon Everybody'a
tend as a good game is an t ici-
Saturday the High school girls
basket ball team playerl at Dawson -
son with the high school team of
that city the score ' standing 10 lo
4 at the close of the contest with
victory for Dawson. Players of
the homc team were Misses [ Hol-
land , Albright , Wilcox , Lyford ,
anc111 acock. Miss Miller : and
Prof. 'robie accompanied the
There was also a game between
the boys of the two sc1.ools. The
local team consisted of Messrs.
Graham , Greenwald , Taylor , and
Mower and , Neitzcl. Score was
5 to 4 in favor of Dawson.
There will bc a high school
sporting tournament on the Falls
City high school campus next
Saturday , No\ 12th. .
. Base BII Ulecord for 1904 .
In1l3 CitY V5
\Terdon . . , . . . . . .
erdon . . . . . . . . , .
St. Joscph. . , . . . .
\Vy uiorc . . . . . . . . .
\VYtllorc. . . . . . . . ,
erdQn . . . , . . . . . .
Troy , Kansas. . . ,
nca tricc. . . . . . . , .
Bea trice. . . . . . . , ,
'fcculIlseh . . . . . . ,
tchisol1 , Kansas
Troy K'lusas. , . .
StCl = 1il1g' . . . , . . . . ,
\1' ymore , . . . . . , . .
\Vytllore. . , . . . . . .
Nebraska Cit\ ' . . . ,
Nebraska Cit ; , . . . ,
Craig , Missouri. .
1-Luutboldt. . . . . . . .
Hortoll , Kansas. . I
Vcrdon , . . . . . , . .1
Horton , Kansas. ,
Vcnlon . . . . . . , . . . :
crdon , . , . . . . . . .
Sioux Inr1iatls. , . .
Sioux Indians. , . ,
Craig , \1isour .
Craig , Missouri ,
Troy , Kansas. . . ,
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Omaha . . . . . . . . .
Otiialma . . , , . . , . ,
Atchison , Kansas \
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lames playcd 34. Games won 21. Games lost 13.
For health and comf01't is a Felt ' lYlattress. Ivcry-
f body knows it , hence the extortionate Jrices a , keel
in , every magazine : ypu read. 1
But ; if they only knew that this $ S. 50 Sanitary
Felt fvTattress is positively ul1 xcelled in any point
they would have no other.
It's l11ade from guaranteed corded sanitary felt
by the largest manufaclurer in Cincinnatti , Ohio ) the
' great cotton market town. It weighs 4.5 pounds , will ,
not absorb moisture , will make over like a hair mat-
tress and is as soft as down.
A Fo 1'J' : ljed of EaJ'e. il
Not half he t people who read this add have a " ' '
i IntI worth sleeping on , yet they spend every week a
for foolish things mor than the price of a good bed.
' ; : You spend one-third your time there. \\'hy deprive It
? yourself unconsciously one moment of comfort by I
sleeping on a poor bed when so great a portion of i
f your life is spent in that way. Of all friends a mat-
f tress is the most personal. See to it that it is cleanly
1 ; sanitary and comfortable.
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