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THE FALLS Cll Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 3 , 1907
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
Kntcrctl a * second-class matter at
Kalis City , Nebraska , post office , Jauu *
nry 12 , VJ04 , under the Act of Congress
of'Mnrch 5 , 1379
PubtiMicd every Friday at Kails City ,
XcurasUa , by
TSe Tribune I'ublUliinj ! Comptvny
E. F. Shtvrls , Mana.Kcr
One year. ' . . . Sl-00
Six n'onths 60
Three months 3S
The creed of the Journal is
not " < lo right , " but is "do as we
The way winter lingers in the
lap of spring is not only disgust
ing , but is growing positively in
If the weather will permit the
workmen to put in a few days at
the park things will soon assume
a very business like appearance.
v President Roosevelt has in
curred the enmity of some very
powerful men and interests' and
the promised fight will be a
Harmony among the business
interests of Falls City is the first
essential towards progress. Con-
bine harmony with intelligent in
dustry and the secret is out.
If the onions won't grow , and
the radishes won't sprout , and
there were no llowers for May
day , we had sleighing on Mon
day to attone in some measure.
The chautauqua manageme n t
should awaken and tell the people
ple what we .ire to expect in the
way of a programme at the July
assembly to be held in this city.
If the warm weather of March
was occasioned by the earth
quakes pushing us farther south ,
we would like to know who has
been shoving us north during
It is about time for the busi
ness interest of this community
to stand together in opposition to
any man or set of men who per
mits personal malice to work de
struction to the city as a whole.
The merchants whose names
appear in this paper have some
thing to say to you. They art
not ashamed of their goods 01
prices and are out in the open
with a message of bargains foi
Here's hoping that Kansas
City wins out in its fight tc
secure the republican nationa
convention. If it will have * anj
influence on the national commit'
tee The Tribune will assure : i
good crowd from Falls City.
' One of the fust acts of the ne\\
city administration should be tc
submit to the people the buying
of the park and the issuance ol
bonds for that purpose in obedi
ence to the commands of the cau
cus at which they were nomi
- The Journal is fighting the
Gilligan company in the interest
of the tax payers , to be sure. Of
course there is nothing personal
about it , but it would be interest
ing to hear from Johnny why he
was in Beatrice with his little
bundle of Journals doing the
same thing up there. Has his
great philanthrophy room enough
to take in the "poor tax payers
wherever the home company does
Tlie writer never goes by the
court house and sees the beauti
ful lawn without thiikingof Alex
Wherry , the man who made it
. possible while serving on the
I ; ( county board. What Alex Wherry
I ; did , John Hinton is doing , the
\ \ improvements in the way oi
closets that are to be made this
I ; year have cost John Hinton twc
I' years of persistent effort. Ol
course William the apostle froir
Stella is trying to claim the
credit , but John Hinton is the
member that has accomplished
MODERN APPLICATION !
OF AN OlixlD FROVE1RB
SOW A THOUGHT
Where Shall I do my Banking ?
REAP AN ACT To act upon th'e suggestions of
the Falls City State Bank and make
SOW AN ACT weekly deposits of a part of your
REAP A HABIT
Continue the habit of saving your
SOW A HABIT money and doing your banking with
REAP A DESTINY Prosperity , Contentment and
MMg won a t & + JL ff fl * _ BF" * d
The Falls Gsty State Bank
The real "Dementia Ameri-
canna" seems best illustrated by
the thirty third degree baseball
crank out on the bleachers.
Young Frank Martin , whose
record as county attorney is so
well remembered , published an
able criticism on the legal ablility
of lion. John L. Webster of
Omaha , in last week's Journal.
The public hasn't stopped laugh
Mrs. will Fulton of HumholiU Is visi
ting with her paronte , Mr. untl Mr * .
lioxlu Smith wus on the sick list !
Martin Kunuly of Fulls City was u
Rule visitor Monday
The Catholic ontettulnment last
Thurbilay night was well attended , a
good lime is reported They cleared
over twenty dollars.
Mr. Haste * hiuled | a lot of native
lumber from Hunker's mill In Hush
Bottom last Friday and Saturday.
Jim Roland and ton of Missouri worn
visiting In Uulo the first of the week.
Less Leeds of the county seat , spent
Sunday with his fajullv here
Guy Hart departed for St. Joseph
Wednesday mornln < , r.
Leonard Simon and Miss Grace I'ylo
\\eromarrleillnst. Joseph la t Wed
nesday , they arrived In Uulo Friday to
visit his parent * They will make
Preston their home , wheio Leonard
Is in business
K. ( ' Walbrldtfo - looKlng after
business at this pluco Monday ,
CharlieSeott of Kansas wa > trans
acting' business in this city reeer.tly
Hessio Anderson entertained a few
of horyounjj friends Monday night In
honor of llaltlo Hart.
county Superintendent Oliver of
Falls cltv visited our school last Mon
Judd Morrimau of Lincoln was a Uulo
visitor last Tuesday.
ICssio Marsh helped Grant O'camb In
tl'.o store hut week.
Mr. Leslie and daughter of Salem
wore Rule visitor last Sunday.
Kill ] , Allco and Alta Gllbeit weio
county i-upltol visitors Tuesday.
DHVO Pluck of Hush liotlom was a
visitor In this city last Sunday.
.1. W. Cunningham shipped a ear load
of alfalfa hay to St. Joseph Saturday
Cecil and Apnes Kanaly pent Satur
day hibt In Falls city.
Grace Harding visited friends In
Missouri last week.
Ilattlo iiart of St. Joseph visited her
parents and other friends several days
I'earl Dlekerson of Fortesque visited
friends in this elty last week.
Kdlth Kern who lius been teaching
lor the past months , returned to her
home In Rule Sunday , her school hav
ing closed last Friday.
Mrs. Will Gingrich and children of
Deattice visited Rule friends a few
days last week.
Mrs John Anderson returned Thurs
day from a visit with Iowa relatives.
Delmar McWaln was a county seat
Three inches of snow and a hard
free/o April 20th , beats the record.
Ray Hart of Hiawatha visited with
his parents in Rule Sunday.
Henry anil Gertrude lialcr visited
friends In Mlssoutl Sunday and Monday
of this week.
Molva Kcarn visited at the county
scat one day last \veck.
bteyo Cunningham wears the smile
thai wont come off , all because a b.iby
girl came to live with them Wednesday
of last week
Mis Thcodoio Andcibon and two
daughters visited in Kansas the latter
part of last week.
Mrs. Less Leeds was a county seat
visitor last Friday.
Grant O'cumu is erecting a porch in
front of his residence.
Vesta VanValkengburg spent sever
al days in Kunsas city last week.
Ruth Kanaly of rails city spentsun-
day with homo folks.
o. U. Shatter is raising and repairing
Clarence slmon and Miss Ell/a Me-
Cloland were in Kansas City Wednes
F. r. Darrowof Lincoln was In Ru leone
one day last week.
Two house boats passed through
Rule last week en route to Kansas City.
Judge Raper was down hold
ing court t\\o days this week.
Besides hearing arguments on
several motions he tried the in
junction case of William Hert-
ram against Jerome Wiltse , the
case was decided in favor of
Mr. Wiltse. Court adjourned
until May llth.
Annual Field Days.
The high school athletes of
Richardson county would call
the attention of lovers of these
heathfnl and elevating sports ,
to the Hutnboldt meetSaturday ,
This will be the first meet of
the season , it will be partici
pated in by the schools of the
The second meet will be held
at Auburn May 11 , in this meet
the towns of S. E. Nebraska
will be represented.
Friday , May 17 , the State
meet will be held at Lincoln.
Mrs. 1) . W. Sowles is spending
the week the guest of St. Joseph
Lillian Oswald and Edna Rrown
spent Saturday and Sunday the
guests of friends at Preston.
O. FJ.Cook of Ilumboldt was a
business visitor at this place
Harry Burchard is home from
Grand Island for a visit at the
home of his parents , Dr. Burch
ard and wife of this city.
Notice is lifiebi ui\oii that 1 li.ivu lilcil uitli
tin * \lllaifc cli\rk of tliulll.iu'e of llarml.i.
Nebraska , a petition slumi ! bj the reiuisitc
niuiilwr of friv holders of said \lllaire , pr.ijini :
that a haloou tlcciiM ) bo k'r.ititut to me uj tliu
\lllaire l > oaril to tell malt , spirituous anil
\luous liquors on lot 4 , lit block I , to salil \ Il
ia ire of llaracla , Xebrask.i , for the ensuiutr > iar.
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Jens MAKTIN , Villains ClerL.
I'lrst publication Maj 3nl.
Complies with all requirements of the National Pure Food Law , Guarantee No. 2041 , filed at Washington.
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"We dined in some of tlie
I'lrr1 hotels and restaurants , but jackape , one pound full weight ,
v1 J not find any ocffee to excel bearing the name ARBUCKLES'
. - . c.tnlityArbuckleo'ARIOSA. " ' ARIOSA COFFEE and the
I hat ishat one lady v , rites a. d CW " mg - * signature of Arbuckle Brothers ,
mtiun * of others prove they beLeve , 37 ought to induce
years , every which entitles you to presents.
L-v lung more ArbuckW ARIOSA body to at least sample it.
C ffce than all the other packaged That is the genuine article , no matter
nfftes in the United States put The cities hide many country girls where you buy it orv hat price you pay
and boys who secretly sigh for a
' cup of good coffee 1:1 : c " mother"made. .
The fact that Arbuckles' "Mother" probably used the old Same old Coffee , same old firm.
ARIOSA Coffee costs less and original " Arbuckles' " the first roasted If your grocer won't supply , write to
has suited the healthi and taste of packaged coffee.
; Tiost American people for over See that you get the sealed
NEW YORK OIY.
B. P. S. means ECONOMY.
ki\ ECONOMY LABOR
ECONOMY IN MATERIAL
Economy TEMPER !
B. P. S. is a Pure Lead , Zinc and Linseed Oil
I Paint. Purity , Perfect Formula , Fi le Grinding
Means Economy in Covering1 , Spreading- wearing
II ingAsk for the B. P. S. Sealed Evidence ( paint
I costs , color card and plates of colored houses ) Free
B. P. S. BAR.N AND ROOF PAINT
For moderate outlay , will wonderfully improve the
1 appearance of vour Barns , Fences , Out-Buildi' s ,
1-3' ' Brick and Iron Surfaces. Protect from decay and
- increase their value.
I B. P. S. NISORON VARNISHES
: u Nisoron" Spelled Backwards
1 "NO ROSIN33
Nothing- but the best selected grades of hard fossil
I g-um used in our Nisoron \ rnishes. They will not
spot nor mar white and arc not affected by hot or
! cold water or steam.
| You've Tried the Rest ,
Now Use The Best.
is W. H. CROOK & CO.
I FALLS CITY , - NEBRASKA
Alice Douglas returned Sun-
da } ' afternoon to Salem near
where she is teaching school.
Xetta Camblin left Tuesday
for Wyoming1 where she will
make her home with her brother.
Dr. Emma J. Lawrence reports
a nine pound boy at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conklin. All
are doing nicely.
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Clare Foster went to Basin ,
Wyo. . Tuesday night where he
has accepted a position with the
Gus Ruegge went to Oxford
Wednesday night. He has a po
sition as brakeman on the B M
with [ headquarters at that place.
Mrs. Farrington left Thursday
for Wisconsin , being called there
by the sudden death of her moth
er , Mrs. Kifer , which occurred
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
Kifer is well known to many of
our people having spent some
time with 'her daughter at this
place. The deceased was 92
years of age.
We will pay the follow
ing prices , good to and in
cluding May 8th :
Hens and Pullets
Roosters . 5c
Craws must be empty.
Cash paid for Butter