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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 14 , 1906
Burlington TIME TABLE
Pnlls City , Net * .
Lincoln Denver '
St. Joseph Snlt Lnkc City
Knnsns City Portlnnil
St. Louis nnil nil Snn Prnnclaco
points cast ntul nnil nil point :
TRAINS I.HAVK AS I'OM.OWS !
No. 42. Portlniut St. Louis
Special , St. Joseph ,
Kansas City , St.
Louis mid all points
cast and south 7:17 p 11
No. 13. Vchtlbulctl express ,
daily , Denver and
all points west and
northwest 1:33 : a. n
No. 44. Vestibulcd Express
dally , St. Joseph ,
Kansas , City St.
Louis and points
Uast and youth. . . . 11:17 : an
No. 14. Vestibulcd express ,
dally , St. Joe , Kan
sas City , St. Louis
and all points cast
and south 7:47 : .1 n
No. 17. Local express dally
except Sunday , Concord -
cord in , and points
north and west. . . . 12.10 ji n
No. IS. Vestibulcd express ,
daily , Denver , ami
all points west and
'northwest 1:23 : p n
No. 43. Vcstlbuled Express
daily , Lincoln and
the Northwest. . . . 1:44 : pit
Nc 1C. Veslibulcd express
daily , St. Joe , Kan
sas I'Hy , St Louis
Chicago and points
east and south 4:35 : p n
No. 18. Local express daily
except Sunday , St.
Joe and points
south and cast. . . . 4:05 : p n
No. 41. St. Louis-Portland
Special , Lincoln , He
lena , Tacoina and
change Hu7 ) : p n
No. 115. Local accommoda
tion , dally e x-
cept SundaySalem ,
Ncmaha and Ne-
braslta City 11:15 : p n
Sleeping , dining and reeling cliai
cars ( scats free ) on through trains
Tickets .sold and baggage checked ti
any point in the States or Canada. ITo
information , time tables , maps am
tickets , call on or write to E , C5. WlUT
I'OHi ) Agent , Kails City , Neb. , or J
Francis. . P. & T. A. , Omaha.
Missouri Pacific Railway
Time Table , Falls City , Neb.
No. 135 Omaha , local 7:45 : a. m
No. loS Omaha and Lincoln
Express A 1:57 : a i
No. 103 Omaha and Lincoln
No. 127 From Kansas City. . . 8:15 : p n
passenger A 1:11 : p i
No. 101 Local Freight , Au
burn A 1:10 : p i
No. 104 Kansas City local 7:50 a i
No. 10i ( Kansas City and St.
Louis and Denver A 3:10 : a i
No. 108 Kansas City and St.
Louis and Denver A 1:16pi :
No. 138 From Omaha 8:35 : p i
No. l'J2 Local , Atchison. . 10 : 15a i
A. Daily. 11. Daily except Sundaj
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The action of the heart de
pends upon the heart nerves
and muscles. \ \ hen from any
cause they become weak or ex
hausted , and fail to furnish
sufficient power , the heart llut-
tcrs , palpitates , skips beats ;
and in its effort to keep up its
work , causes pain and distress ,
such as smothering spells ,
short breath , fainting , pain
around heart , arm and shoul
ders. The circulation is im
peded , and the entire system
suffers from lack of nourish
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure makes
a heart strong and vigorous by
strengthening these nerves and
"I had palpitation nml pain nround
my heart , and the doctors Bald It \ > aa
Incurable. I don't believe tt now. for
nftcr taklnir six bottles of Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure , three bottles of the Nervine
and three boxes of the Nerve nnd
Liver 1'IHs I am entirely cured , and
feel better thnn I have for llvo years ,
and it Is all duo to these remedies. 1
want you to know that your medicines
cured me. It relieved ma from the
first dot.0. and I kept rlsht on till the
pain In my chest was KOIIC. and I kept
on teellnjr better even nftor 1 quit
taking It. " JOHN H. SIIKHMA& ,
Holding , Mich ,
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by
your druggist , who will guarantee thai
the first bottle will benefit. If It tall !
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co. , Elkhart , Ind
Sonic men arc larger in defcn' '
than others arc in victory.
There is no way of telling hov
'much one woman thinks of an
No matter who you are o
where you came from the worlc
owes you a living and you ow <
the would much more than i
. Keep peace with yourself i
you can't with anybody else.
Everything comes to him , win
lets the other fellow do the wait
Some people seem to be prow
of the fact that they havi
After a man has told a Hi
three times he begins to believ *
Do it now if it has to be dom
at all. You might forget it.
Step high , hold you head up
and you'll feel like somebody.
The doubter is always kep
busy with other people's affairs
Kitfhl out in Ihe open.
Don't hide behind slander.
Men usually feel the best whei
they look like the devil.
When once a woman tfets mat
look out lor the fireworks.
The only way to ct an hones
estimate of a man is to strike at
average. Most of us have fol
lies and loiblcs that look bad ni
the ledger before-tlie credits an
You can't always judge ai
editor by the front he puts on
A newspaper is not calculated t <
manufacture much "front" fo
any person connected with it
Some men arc too busy pre
iervinjj1 their dignity , to make ai
Confine your criticism to your
self and you will get into no tin
It is a mis'take to marry toi
young but under the present law
it is easily rccitilled.
Grecley , Colo. , Sept. 'Of ) .
To the Falls City Tribune :
Having left Richardson count ;
in January , I will try to tfive in ;
friends some of the ideas of Col
orado farming' .
They sow wheat with alfalfa
cut it for hay the second year
and the third year plow undc
alfalfa in May for potatoes , fol
low potato crop with sugar beet
then back to small grain am
Cut three crops of alfalfa ha ;
from two to two and one-half pe
acre at $5 per ton in stack
Potatoes or spuds , as they ar
called here , make from 120 t
200 sacks per acre. Heets froi
12 to 20 tons per acre at $5 pe
acre. The Greeley factory ha
7,000 acres under contract fo
There are three factories i
this county ; one at l&ihlon , te
miles from Greeley , and at i.on
mont. They each have ( > ,50
acres contracted for.
The railroad stations averag
four miles a part. Irrigated Ian
is a good price , from $75 to $30
per acre and some land close t
Greeley at 67. They pay $20 pc
acre for tending those beet ;
Thinning , two hoeings and tot
pings. Then the work is don
mostly by Russians and Jap ;
Wages for farm hands arc $2 :
for men that can irrigate $35 pc
month. Day wages $1.50 an
board : $2 to 2.50 and board sell
from $3 to $4 per day for pickin
up potatoes done by the sack.
Farmers make more tnotie
here , per acre , than they can i
Nebraska , but there is quite a
expense in hiring labor. If the
do not make from $40 to $100 pe
acre they are grumbling.
Greeley is 40 miles from th
foot hills east , 59 miles north c
Denver in the richest valley suj
posed to be in Colorado bet wee
the South Platte and Ruder rn
ers , plenty of water to irrigat
with. This part of Colorado i
booming and land has advancec
Since spring there is quite a
number of people from Missouri ,
Kansas * Nebraska , Iowa and Illi
nois in our neighborhood. I havt
met 1C. C. Billings of near Salen :
Neb. He has been here seven
years ; lived in Richardhon countj
thirty-five years. He thinks
there is no place like Colorada ,
If your health is poor come oul
here ; it will do you good. Yet
can see snow on the mountain ?
the year around , and can sleei
line every night under blankets
We have been here eight months ,
and are very much in love will
this country. W. S. Moore ol
Falls City is here with his oxer
and ditching machine and is kepi
busy with that kind of work. Hi
expects to winter here as he wil
not be able to finish up the worl
LKK J. VAKVKI. .
Geo. L. Sheldon An Impression
"What sort of a man is Georgi
Sheldon ? " is a question asked b )
people who have not his acquaint1
ance. The nominee for gover
nor of the majority party , with ;
practical certainty of election be
fore him , is bound to be of inter
est and a few observations taker
at close range may be of interest
The first impression the ob
server gains of Sheldon is that ol
sixe. More than six feet tall ,
broad shouldered , powerful , hi
must weigh 200 pounds and all ol
it hard , clean muscli * . One think ;
of the old verse : "There wen
giants in those day , " when hi
looks upon his powerful body.
The next impression is one ol
youth. Although he is 30 yean
old , the age of Bryan when firsi
nominated for president , he doe ;
not look within six years of hi ;
age. The heavy beard show :
blue black through the clost
shaven skin of lip and chin , tin
face is free from the wrinkle :
and lines of dissipation am
worry ; the deep set eyes are caln
and untroubled. And yet , then
is about his face a strong stigges
tion of power. Tt is seen in th <
down drooping corners of hi :
mouth , in the firm lines of hi :
chin and the unwavering eyes
The whole cast of his feature :
tend to sternness and immobil
ity. One says at once that thi :
man is no vascillator , no com
promiser ; he will follow his owi
cour.se to finality with little re
gard for side issues.
His manner is pleasant , but hi
is not effusive or overgcnial. H <
does not slap men on the back
kiss babies or "set 'em up. " Hi
is himself all the time he ha :
In public speaking he is coo
and undisturbed as in privat
conversation. He does not resor
to bombast , fustian or vainglory
nor hide his thoughts beneath :
wilderness of rhetoric. His ar
guments are clear and concisi
and his words plain and perti
In speaking his voice is dee ]
and resonant ; with a timbre am
volume akin to the notes of i
bass viol. Steady and untremu
Ions , it invests his heurers will
something of the calm confidenc
in the truth of his words , whicl
seem to animate the speaker.
Sheldon is an attractive , a like
able man. Men who met hin
for the first time at the stat
convention went away with th
feeling that they had seen a mai
of ideals and the power to be tru
to them ; a man of simple honest ;
and fixedness of purpose. The.
felt that as governor he wouli
have no higher interest than th
public welfare and that he ha
the ability and the courage t
light for the public good. It wa
this personal impression tha
he gave to all who met him tha
brought him such remarkabl
and unexpected strength in th
balloting. As the people of th
state become better acquainte
with him they cannot fail to hav
the same favorable impression
He will gain their friendship am
admiration and when elected , h
will be the people's governor.-
BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIEI
CURES catarrh of the stomach.
There has been considerable
discussion in pugilistic circles
since the Gans-Nelson fighl
relative to ihe longest fistic
contests in ring history. Tlu
long distance heavy weight
battles were the Kilrain-Smitl
about 109 rounds ; the Sullivan.
Mitchell a IT a i r , thirty-nine
rounds , and Sullivan.Kilrain
clash , seventy-live rounds ,
Jake Kilrain of Bultimort
went abroad to light Jem Smitl
the English champion , and hat
Smith going when the English
man's friends broke into the
ring and stopped the fight ir
time to save Smith. Sullivar
and Mitchell fought in France
Mitchell made a footrace of tin
fight and forced Sullivan tc
Sullivan and Jake Kilrair
fought seventy-five rounds un
der the hottest sun that evei
blistered a white man down it
Mississippi , in 1889. Mitchcl
managed Kilrain in this light
Sullivan whipped Kilrain. This
was the last heavy weight
championship battle fought ac
cording to London prize ring
The Sullivan and Corbeti
light was governed by Marquis
of Queenberry rules. Petei
Jackson and Jim Corbett battled
sixty-one rounds under Queens ,
berry rules , and the fight was
declared no contest.
Dan Daily and Ed Kelly , twc
St. Louis pugilists , lought tin
longest light on record at thi
middle weight limit. Thej
went sixty-one rounds unclei
London prize ring rules. Apri
20 , 1880 , Daily being the winner ,
Kelly , who is a son of the vete
ran Tom Kelly , is still alive
and living in St. Louis. Ale >
Greggains and ' -Buffalo" Cos
telly , middle weights , fougln
sixty rounds under Queensberrj
rules to a draw.
Dan Needham and Tommj
Ryan , welter weights , tough
seventy-six rounds , Ryan win
ning , but the longest weltei
weight on record was found b }
Patsy Kerrigan and Dannj
Needham , when they battlec
101 rounds , lasting six hours
and forty-four minutes , at Sar
Francisco. Dunny Daily anc
Tommy White fought the long
est feather weight battle on re
cord , going ninety-one rounds
the affair lasting five hours anc
twenty-four minutes , at Omaha
December , 1890. Daily als <
fought Billy O'Donnell eighty
one rounds under Queensberrj
rules. O'Donnell afterward !
beat Oscar Gardner , one of the
best feather weights of hi :
. . . . .
Kin ? of the Cattle Ring.
The vast crowd that attendee
the production of Eliers shov
last Friday night were highly
pleaseel with the play , all pro
nouncing it one of the best en
tertainments ever in the city
The characters in the cast car
rieel out their parts exceptional
ly well. This is a first class at
traction and one that any om
would enjoy. The moving pic
tures were also an attraction
Should this play again visi
this city we do not hesitate t <
say that they will play to ;
crowded house. Big Spring :
Herald. At Falls City Thurs
da } ' , September 20th.
The elemocrats of Pawnee am
Richardson counties have nomin
ated John Osborne of Pawnee fo
iloat senator. He was a membe
of the senate in 1S97 , and a
chairman of the railroad com
mittee was chief railroad helpe
and pass dispenser among th
fusionists. Aside from thes
small offenses he is one of Paw
nee's oldest and best citizens.-
A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial.
M. T. bynch , Editor of the Phillips
burg N. J. Dally Post , writes : "I hav
used many kinds of medicines fo
coughs and colds lu ray family bu
never anything so good as Foley'
Honey and Tar. I cannot say too rauc !
in praUe of It. " For sale at all dru
Stockyards , Kansas City , Mo. ,
Sept. 10. 1900. The entile run
last week dwindled from lirdt to
last , nnd tinnlly ended with n total
of 01,000 head , ineliidiim 8,000
calves. This supply WHS several
thousand short of corresponding
week a year ngowhile the demand
from nil sources was normal. All
kinds hold about steady except
medium to coimmm grass cattle ,
which were avoided as much as
possible , as they' always are.
Veal calves advanced 25c to 50c ,
prices on the light weights being
more subject to the volume of
receipts thnn prices on any other
clues of stock. The run today is
19.000 catlle and H,000 enlves ,
about like last Monday , nnd the
prospects are that the run for the
week will exceed that of last week.
Other markets are moderately sup
plied today , nnd prices here are
steady. At this season there are
innumerable small orders for
butcher sltill' from nil over the
country , including Kansas and
Missouri. Movement of stackers
and feeders is heavy , around 700
car loads last week , the largest of
the season. Inquiry wns strong
est for lleshy feeders for n short
feed , packers ulso competing for
this clnes in many cases. Prime
steers are quotable up to $0.50 ,
various gradet , of dry lot steers
from $5.75 upwards. Second
grade beef steers $5 to $5.7 "i , beat
grossers $5.15 , light grass steers
including Westerns at $3.40 to
S-1.J55 , heifers $3.25 to $1.75 , cows
$2.40 to $3.00light veals $5 to SO.
heavy and mixed calves $3.25 to
$4.50 , feeders $3.75 to $4.50 , good
lleshy steers for a short feed $1 50
to $5 , stackers including range
stuff. § 2.GO to $1.15.
Hog market changes constantly
but lost week finished in the same
notch ns end of previous week ,
market strong to 5 higher today.
Run last week was 38,000 head ,
today 0,000. Light hogs sell at
$0.20 to $0.374 today , mixed
weights $0.16 to $0.30 , heavy hogs
$0 to $0,10. Supply now shows
only a small increase over this
time last year , but that time the
market was breaking badly , but
was 50c lower than now.
Sheep ami lambs are coming
freely frotji Utah , and some stun"
is also being received from New
Mexico nnd Arizona , offerings of
natives very limited. Run toelny
is 8,500 , market 10 to 15 higher.
Best lambs sold up to $7.85.
unlive muttons § < " > to $5.50. Stuff
for the country is beiim secured
in Inrger numbers , prices strong.
Feeding lambs sell at SO to S0.i > ,
yearling weathers and ewes $5.25
to $5.50 , feeding weathers around
$5 , breeding ewes $4.75 to $5.40.
"Here is a story , " says the
Atchison Globe , "illustrating the
difficulty a reporter has getting
news. He was sent to write up
a fire in a residence. Going to
the door he inquired for the lady
of the house. The maiel said she
was out. 'Are any of the famil } "
at home ? ' inquired the reporter.
'No , they are all out. ' was the
reply. 'Well , wasn't there a fire
here last evening ? " 'Yes. said the
girl , 'but that's out , too. ' "
It is a fraud to conceal a fraud.
Ignorance of the law excuses
The acts of one partner bind
all the others.
An agreement without consid
eration is void.
A personal right of action dies
with a person.
The law compels no one to do
A contract made with a minor
or lunatic is void.
A receipt for money paid is not
Signatures made with a lead
pencil are good in law.
Agents are responsible to their
principals for errors.
Each individual in a partners-
ship is responsible for the whole
amount of the debt of the firm.
A draft becomes an appectance
when the party upon whom it is
drawn writes "accepted" across
its face and signs his name.
C , H. nARlON s
Sales conducted in
scientific and busi
I C. H. MARION !
I Falls City , Nebraska
IN THE LAND OF THE BIG HOMESTEAD
RANCHES FOR SALE.
Large or small buyers
can locate on adjoining1
I GOVERNMENT LAND
For information write
M. D. CHAVATH ,
Luella , Neb.
Having secured the exclu
sive agency in Fnlls City for
Sycamore Springs Mineral
Water , we are prepared 10
furnish customer- * with the
the same. Price GO cents per
five gallon cask. Call phone
ISO or phone 85) ) .
C. F. RE AVIS Jr.
I i m t n in 11 M 111 M i n
D. S. flcCarthy f
Prompt attention jriven
to the removal of house
PHONE NO. 211
in in m 1 1 1 in 1 1 n 1 1 1 ni
W. H. Maddox
Real Estate Agency
FALLS CITY NEBRASKA
See me before your purchase. I am
selling1 city property , loaning1 mon
ey at lowest rates , selling1 farms and
making' farm loans. See me if you
wish to buy , sell or make a loan. I
am here for business. Write
W. H. Maddox , Falls City
SHIP VOUU LIVE STOCK TO
CLAY ROBINSON & CO.
Stock Yards. Kansas City. Mo , Expert
SiiIoMiit'ii. Cattle , Hogs , Slirep Careful
uncl lntflli-i'iit ( yiiril boys. Perfect o ill CO
methods. Correct market Inlnrmatlon
turnlslied. Houses ut Kansas City. Omaha
Sioux City , Denver. St. .Joseph St , Paul ,
Chicago , llutltuo
B. . R. HAYS , M. ID.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Otllce over McMillan's Dru ? Store.
Dllice 'Phouo ! M.V Kcslileneo 'Phono SB.
Dr. A. E = Wolfe
Treats successfully without
DKUGS , all curable diseases.
Office over Ly ford's store.
Dfticc Phone 2o" Residence Phone 214
PALLS CITY NEBRASKA
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1'xpcrieuccJ teachers Fine Equip
ment- ( . . \mnasium work Assistance
in 'Ciarine positions. Work to earn
'xvird liuluidml instruction , ( inter any
time I.c-sons bv mail. Advantages ol
a api'.alcity Wnte for Catalogue No jj
CURES catarrh of the stomach.