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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 12 , 1906
Botlington TIME TABLE
Pnlls City. Neb.
i St. Joseph Snlt Lake City
Kmtsn.s City Portlnnd
St. Louis niul nil Snn Prnnclsco
paints east niul niul nil points i
THA1NS I.HAVICS VOM.OWS :
Ko. 42. Portland SI. Uouls
Special , St. Joseph ,
Kansas City. St.
Louis and all points
east and south 7:17 p in
Xo. 13. Vcsttuulcd express ,
daily , Denver and
all points \vcst and
northwest 1:33 : a in
Ts'o.14. . Vestibulud Express
daily , Kt. Joseph ,
Kansas , City St.
Louis and points
Kast and South. . . . 11:17 : am
Ko. 14. Vcstihulcd express ,
daily , St. Joe , Kan
sas City , St. Louis
and all points cast
and south 7:47 : a in
No. 17. Local express daily
except Sunday , Con-
cordia , and points
north and west 12.10 p in
No. IS. Vcstlbulcd express ,
daily , Denver , and
all points west and
northwest l:23p : in
No. 43. Vestiliuled Express
daily. Lincoln and
the' Northwest. . . . 1:44 : pin
Nc Hi. Vcstlbulcd express
daily , SI. Joe , Kan
sas I'.ity , St Louis
Chicago and points
easv and south 4:35 : p in
Xo. 18. Local express daily
except Sunday , St.
Joe and points
south and east. . . . 4:05 : p in
No. 41. St. Louis-rortland
Special , Lincoln , He
lena , Tacoina and
change 10:07 : p in
No. 115. Local accommoda
tion , d a i 1 y e x-
cept SundaySalem ,
Netnaha and Ne
braska City 11:15 : pin
Sleeping , dining and reeling chair
cars ( scats free ) on through trains.
Tickets sold and baggage checked to
any point in the States or Canada. For
information , time tables , maps and
tickets , call on or write to E , G.VlliT -
VOKU Agent , Kails City , Neb. , or L.
W. WvKiii.uv O. P. & T. A..Omaha.
Missouri Pacific Railway
Time T blc , Palls City , Neb.
No. 135 Omaha , local 7:45 : a. m.
No. 105 Omaha and Lincoln
Express A 1:57 : a m
No. 103 Omaha and Lincoln
No. 127 1'roni Kansas City. . . 8:15 : ji m
passenger A l-ll : p m
No. 1'Jl Local Freight , An-
burn A 1:16 : p m
No. 104 Kansas City local 7:50 : a m
No. 100 Kansas City and St.
Louis and Denver A 3:10 : am
No. 108 Kansas City and St.
Louis and Denver A l:16pm :
No. 138 From Omaha 8:35 : p m
No. 192 Local , Atchison. . 10 : 15a m
A. Daily. 11. Daily except Sunday.
J. 11. VAKNUK , Agent.
will be paid to any person who
can find one atom of opium ,
chloral , morphine , cocaine ,
ether or chloroform or their
derivatives in any of
Dr. Allies' Remedies.
.This reward is offered be
cause certain unscrupulous
persons make false statements
about these remedies. It is
understood that this reward
applies only to goods purch
ased in the open market , which
have not been tampered with.
Dr. Miles' remedies cure by
their strengthening and invig
orating1 effect upon the nervous
system , and not by weakening
"I consider that there are no better
remedies put up than Dr. Miles'
Nervine. Antl-l'iUn 1'tlls. and N'ervo
and Liver 1'llls. Wo lm\o usetl them
for years , nnd recommend them to
many others. My wtfo IH uslnu the
Nervine , nnd considers It the best
nmllclna In the world. A lady friend
of mine , xvho WIIB almost a totnl nerv
ous wn-ck , through my earnest solici
tation hns used bevernl bottles of the
Nervine with wonderful resultH. "
WM. CnOMli. Suit Lake City , Utah.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Plllt are sold by
your drugglit , who will guarantee that
the first package will benefit. If It
falls , he will return your money.
25 doses , 25 cents. Never sold In bulk.
Miles Medical Co. , Elkhart , Ind
Notice. IK hereby irlven that nil OCU > ! H >
I9th. 1"0 < ' . between tlir hours of 2 o'clocl
and 4 o'clock , i > . MI. , of said da > . I nil
offer for sale at the west door of tlic cour
house hi 1'alls City in Klchardson county
Nebraska , tin- follow lnir described rea
estate , tow It :
The west half of southeast quarto
w'jfce ! * ) of section 7 and northeast iiuarte
h of southeast quarter ( nel se0 ! of sectioi
U 7 , township one (1) ( ) north , range 13 ; am
lots 1. 2. 3. . and 5 , block 37 Walker's adi
to UumboMt. Nebraska , lots 1 , 2. and :
block U Mms' add to Humboldt. lot
> > , block 25 Nlms' add to HunilxiKl
lot " , block 4 , lot S block 7. city of Hum
iKildl , anil txxo (2) ( ) acre * in swH of s\\ !
of section 3 ion it 2 , ran ire 13 cast M
1 * . M.
Tills proi > ort > harinif been attached .1
the property of the defendant , Jerome I
Wlltse. at the suit of the plalntir
( ivorce ti. Candy , In the district court i
* ald county/and is now beinir sold as p <
order of-'Mld court on aendl Issued t
me by the clerk of Raid court under U :
seal thereof. Terms of sale cash.
jt W. T. 1 BNTON ,
HEAVIS i KEAVIS. Sheriff.
The Abduction of a Justice.
11V 1'IIIUr VKHH1I.I , MIOJUII.S.
Dressed in her brother's clothing -
ing as s h c was , "Cowboy
Maggie'1 vaulted again to heri
saddle with familiar ease. '
"Seven miles we've come,1' she
mused , as she rode by "the
widow's. " and guided her horse
into Tarnahan road. "Then it's
30 more to make. I'll beat them
yet ! "
Fifty yards beyond the fork of
the roads , her broncho suddenly
shied at a dimly seen object in
in the brush. Maggie rccog-
nixed a white calf. She assured
her horse with a touch and a
murmur. Her quick eyes then
discovered a number of other
calves. She knew the little band
at once. There were nine small
heifers , the property of Mrs.
Jordan , "the widow.1'
"They're all I've got in the
world , " Mrs. Jordan had told
her , smiling through tears as she
spoke , "for Ilickey bought up
the undertaker's bills against me
and took all my cows. He'd have
taken the calves , too , onlv the
lawyers made him stop. "
"Ilickey- the miserable thief ! "
Maggie sputtered. "And to
think of ICd. Ilickey daring to
marry Carrie Downs ! I don't
see how she ever thought of say
ing yes. Hut she shan't she
shan't not if 1 have to steal her
myself and run away ! They
must have made her take him.
Get up , Brutus ! What are you
Almost on the moment , a curse
and a shout indicated that two
or more riders had discovered the
calves , doubtless through the
shying of their bronchos.
"Here , Skete , hold on , " cried
one of the riders behind her ;
"ain't them Jordan cattle ? "
The girl recognised the nasal
snarl of young Ilichey.
What answer was made by
"Sketc" she could not determine.
A murmur represented the con
versation of the man , who had
evidently halted in the road.
"BrandedV-like hell ! " came
the high voice of Ilickey again ,
in dispute ; "I tell you I saw 'em
two days ago , and not a one of
'em ironed. Can't nobody swear
to a calf unless it's branded ?
This is the softest snap I ever
seen. Here round 'em up send
'em along. ' '
"Can't do it alone , " growled
the other. "You better come
and help on the job , if you want
it done up so sudden. "
"Me0 snarled Hickcy , as he
swung his vicious horse toward a
loiterin heifer. "I've got to git
a move on now to git to my
wedding 1 told you before it's
coining off at daylight. It's got
to we've got to catch that train.
Bite 'em ! bite 'em ! Hey there
Kush 'em lively ! "
The scurrying hoofs beat up a
cloud of dust , felt rather that
Maggie was tingling with in-
lignation. She had caught
llickey fairly in the act of rob
berv ; she had heard him co'ifirn :
the maddening story that he
meant to marry Carrie Downs at
laylight. She was thrice more
inxious than before to ily to
Tarnahan's and save her friend ,
[ > ut Ilickey would now be there
as soon as she. She would have
to resort to some other plan to
stop the wedding.
Maggie fancied she could sec
old Justice Carey cross as a bad
ger , thin as a knife , gray as the
desert , standing before Carrie and
Ilickey snapping out the words
of the sacred ceremony. He was
the only man within a radius of
100 miles who could perform the
rite. If he would only refuse , the
trick would yet be won !
But she knew old Carey. She
knew he would not refuse , not
for love nor money. Tie was
crazed on the subject of marrying
anyone to anyone else. He seemed
almost to take a devilish de
light in tying together ill-assorted
couples. Then , like lightning , a
thought struck in her brain. It
almost made her reel with its
force. But her whole horizon
' F W " 1 H
Fall Op Sale
Exposition of ihe New Modes for ike
October will mark the formal Opening-
Autumn and Winter business. At this time our
complete showing- New Fall Models will been
on parade for inspection. For those wanting-
the more exclusive fabrics , it is advisable to
make selections early in the season , and we in
vite the interest of those who desire the widest
range of selection. The prominent feature in
Business Suits , is the formfittingback with
( hired skirts. In some styles this is pronounced
and in others only moderately so. The same
style prevails in Overcoats. Business Coats are
moderately long. In Overcoats one may wear
a style . (5 ( or 50 inches long , or some length be
tween the two , and any of them will be correct.
While Sack Coats are made with vents , all
® Overcoats are also provided with them.
We have a very wide range of Fabrics this season as well as the correct
new styles , and we may say that we have never shown an assortment
more pleasing in every respect than we now present for your considera-
tion. We also call your attention to our line of Boys and Childrens Suits
and Overcoats. Our line ofYlens / and Boys Shoes , Hats and Caps , Under
wear , Shirts , Gloves and Mittens , is very complete as is also all lines
usually found in a first-class Clothing Store.
We would be pleased to show you through our stock before you make
your fall purchases.
FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
She vaulted up into the saddle.
Not a moment did she have to
spare. Hrutus leaped at the dig
af her spurs and started madly
; lown the road. i
Late as she had started , and
: onsiderable as the distance was ,
over hills and through swales ,
Maggie a little before two o'clock
in the morning rapped on Justice
"You nois3' idiat , " chopped the
voice of the justice , who thrust
his thin face out into the dark
ness , " Hain't time Hain't time !
What do you want ? You don't
want me now , you young scound-
drel ? "
"Yes now , " said Maggie , as
roughly as possible. "Hurry up ,
or we'll be too late ! "
lie disappeared and slammed
Maggie feared he had returned
to his bed. She took out her
pistol and was about to batter
the door again , when the man
came out fully dressed. He
chattered in the chill air.
"Where is 111-111-1113' horsehe
demanded. "Didn't you fetch (
me a h-h-horse ? Do you expect
me to get out the b-buckboard
alone at this "
"Get upon my horse it's the
best we can do , and the quickest
way. " interrupted Maggie.
She boosted the man astride
the saddle in a hurry , sprang up
behind him with the reins in her
"Where you heading , young
man1' he said , disjointedly.
"This ain't the way to Tarna-
han's Bar ! "
"No , it isn't , " assented
"Then what what what-
what do you mean ? What are
you doing ? Here , you , let me "
"Be still ! " commanded the girl.
"You can feel my pistol against
your back. You are not going
to the Bar this morning. "
"But the wedding , " cried the
old fiend ; "the wedding this- "
"There will not be any wed
ding , " she told him , shortly.
He comprehended with pain ,
then , that he , the high and
mighty justice of the peace "in
and for said county and town
ship , " had actually been abduct
ed bodily. In polyglot moods , of
rapid succession , he threatened ,
ranted , reasoned with his captor ,
and entreated that she permit
T THE GEHLSNG
Tuesday Evening , October 16
him to go and perform the wedd
Maggie was as grim as she
was firm. Her horse was in a
reeking perspiration , but she
could not afford to spare him
now. Straight away into the
mountains she rode. Three
miles from Nicholl's she came
upon the dim form of a shanty ,
in a lonely ravine , far from the
i traveled trails. It was all that
j remained of a mining excitement
which the hills had enjoyed.
Here she forced her prisoner to
dismount , after which she tied
his hands behind him , compelled
him to enter the shanty , and
there secured his feet , in a man
ner highly satisfactory to her
self. For the binding she em
ployed a slender tethering-rope
whick she carried in addition to
her braided lasso.
Then she shut the door on a
mixture of threats , life sentences
and pleadings and started for
Tarnahan's Bar. She arrived
there some hours later dressed in
her own clothes.
* * ( > * *
"They had a great old time at
the Bar , " said the girl , conclud
ing her story to her mother the
following day. "Ed. Ilickey
rode around after poor old Mr.
Carey like a rooster without his
head , got horribly drunk , and
you never saw Carrie cry so much
in all your life when I told her
about Mrs. Jordan's cattle. She
cried and laughed together. I
wouldn't have believed a girl
could be so happy to give it all
up after getting all those love-
1 } ' dresses and presents. Poor
C. H. flARION !
Sales conducted in
scientific and busi
C. H. MARION I
Falls City , Nebraska I
< e * x $ J > $ * * $ s >
IN THE LAND OF THE BIG HOMESTEAD
RANCHES FOR SALE.
* Large or small buyers
> can locate on adjoining
I GOVERNMENT LAND
> . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
> For information write
i M. D. CIUYATH ,
' Luella , Neb.
I Having secured the exclu-
J sive agency in Falls City for v
Sycamore Springs Mineral < r
Water , we arc prepared to
furnish eustoniei's with the T
| the same. Price ( ! 0 cents per < ;
fivp gallon cask. Cnll phone l >
t 180 or phone 3D. |
I FRANK GIST |
I CF. REAVISJr. i
+ 11 n i [ a ; n 11 it i e I-H-H 11
D. S. ncCarthy ! !
TRANSFRR ; ;
Prompt attention pivcn
to the remoMil of liouse-
PHONE NO. 211
W. H. Maddox
Real Estate Agency
FALLS CITY NEBRASKA
See me before your purchase. I am
selling city property , loaning mon
ey at lowest rates , selling farms and
making farm loans. See me if yon
wish to buy , sell or make a loan. I
am here for business. Write
W. H. Maddox , Falls City
SHIP VOl'H LIVB STOCK TO
CLAY ROBINSON & CO.
Stool. Yards , Kansas City. Mo. Expert
Salesmen , Uuttli * . Hops , Sheep. Ctireful
nnd iiitclliKi'iit yiird hoyn. 1'eifect olllco
methods , foriect rauiKct. Inloniintlon
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O , llntliilo
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Ofllce over McMillan's Drue Store.
Oflici * 'I'liotioSI.'i. Hchldenco ' 1'hoiio ! B.
Olllce over Kerr's Pharmacy
Ofllce Phone 2GO Residence Phone Ii7l
dear Carrie it's funny she didn't
know better herself , at first. "
"But , " said Maggie's mother ,
' 'I hope everybody hasn't left
poor , dear Mr. Carey up there all
this time , pining in that cabin. "
"Oh , no , " replied the girl , "he
got loose and came in to Tarna-
han's Bar by himself late in
the afternoon. After he told his
story , they got up a wonderful
romance about a daring young
fellow who rode 60 miles , from
Pizen , in the night , and stole the
justice to save his lady-love from
Ilickey. Some call him Ilickey's
rival , and some call him Carrie's
mysterious lover. "
( Copyright , by J. B. Bowles. )
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