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6 THE FALLS Cl'l Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 3 , 1907
WK ARK READY TO CHOP
PRICES as well as our meat. We
ire good meat choppers and will
prove as good price choppers *
Ot'K MEAT IS Al
We don't have shelf warmers like
some Mores have. Every pound
of any kind of meat bought of us
is the best the land affords. Get
our meat and you'll be contented
and well fed.
Phone 74 HEISER & MOSIMAN
Palls Citv , Neb.
On Wednesday , May 8 , tWc Falls City Military Band will
give a Benefit Concert at the Gehling Theatre , for the pur
pose of raising money to build a band stand.
An excellent program will be given. The best singers and
players in Falls City will partake.
See pregram in next issue. Tickets will be sold by a
number of ladies. Prices 35 and
Falls City needs a band stand so jump in and help. This
is for the people of Falls City , remember that.
Now and Then. ,
The fact that the Falls Citj
Journal had a representative be
fore the Gn c county board ol
supervisors at the letting of tin
annual bridge contract last weel
is even smaller and meaner thai
we thought the outfit was cap
1 able of. John Martin was ii
1f Ucatrice with copies of the Jour
f nal containing its scandalous ah <
lying attacks on the Gilligaii
company , and he saw that thesi
papers reached the hands of thost
who were in authority. The re
suit was that while the boarc
sisstil the young fellow up at hi
value , the home company lost thi
contract. The profit on the year
IK i , work will go to a little town ii
Iowa , to be spent with the merch
ants , the laborers and the varioui
other businesses. It might havi
come to Palls City. It wouli
have been spent here had it come
AVe know of no other commuuit
that is cursed with such a gan
From the very day these peopl
secured the management of thi
paper down until this hour thcr
has been turmoil and strife
The town row dated from th
first issue of the Journal untie
the Martin management. I3ver
dollar spent with this paper i
used against their personal en
cmies. They appeal for patron
age from local advertisers an
newspaper readers , yet they eve
send abroad for their stamps be
cause they don't like Jack Creel
They would not only prefer t
see their opponents deslroye
than prosper , but they use ever
means within their power to kce
up trouble and pevent peopl
from making a living thoug
their efforts injure the city as
whole. They complain that th
people don't support the Journn
while as a matter of fact if th
Journal got it's just deserts ever
loyal citizen would absolute
withdraw his patronage.V
know of no one thing that hr
caused the unfavorable an
bittcrcomment that young Ma
tin's conduct in Beatrice lai
week has caused.
For Falls City to reach ii
highest developemcnt it mu :
have industries that will briti
foreign money here. For
merchant to buy advertising of
newspaper and the newspaper \
spend the money with the mere !
ant don't make Falls City at
richer , because we are doit
business with money alreat
here. But for the Vinegar fac
ory to buy apples of the farm
and sell its vinegar in !
Louis does help the town becau
every gallon of vinegar sold
St. Louis brings in a few cents
forqign money and adds just th
much to the wealth of Falls Cit
For every contract the Gillig
company gets abroad the prof
of which are brought to Fa
City and here expended adds jt
that much to the wealth of Fa
City because it brings forei ,
yaoney here that would othc
wise go some where else. If the
Gilligan compaiij' had been given
the Gage county contract and
had made a thousand dollars 01
it say , the thousand dollars at
the end of the year would havi
found its way into the channel :
of Falls City trade. As it is
young Martin has diverted thi :
thousand dollars to a small towt
in Iowa and has , as a resul
mdac Falls City just that mucl
poorer. Yet , he wails Falls Citj
doesn't support the Journal as i
should. The Journal should ap
ply to the Iowa town for support
It wouldn't take much increasi
in the post office business t <
raise the salary of the postmaste
to give him an additional clerk am
put on a carrier system employ
ing three men , yet the Journa
buys every dollar of its post
office supplies away from Falls
City. Still , they wail , we ar
a local institution and we are no
appreciated. Falls City need
harmony but it will never get i
as long as the Journal is in th
hands of the malicious , sclfisl
egotistical crowd that no\\ mar
\Vc do not say these thing
from the pleasure we derive i
saying them. We would muc
prefer to speak of the Journal nc
at all. We speak of it from th
necessity of the occasion and bt
cause we believe the genen
public is entitled to know jus
what meanness and littleness wi
and is doing. The Tribune an
the News have never failed to d
everything in their power t
build up Falls City. The co !
umns of these papers are open t
anything that will foster an
encourage home institutions
But of what avail are efforts c
this kind when opposed to thei
is the maliciousness and the de :
tructiyc desires of a third papei
The Journal has always pn
tended that its fight on the Gi
ligan company was inspired b
ts love of the tax payers. C
course but very few people at
jliud enough to believe any sue
tatement. The record of tl
crowd is too well known. Bt
it would be interesting to kno
whatinteresed | Johnny Martin h :
in the Gage county tax paye
that would inspire him with h
little bundle of papers to figl
and oppose a home institution
he did in Beatrice last week.
William C. Ramsey of Ka !
City and Miss Nellie Vance
Urownville were united in UK
riage at the office of the coun
judge , by Rev. C..L. Myerr , We
nesday , April 24. l'H)7. T
judge being absent , the eouj
tried to persuade Miss ISustis
perform the ceremony , but r
having the necessary iualifu
tious she was compelled to yi <
s the honor to Rev. Myers. .A
t burn Herald.
BEGGS' CHERRY COUG
SYRUP cures coughs and cokJs.
< 3 > ' $ > < e * < S > 3' < S > < ! * . S-S SKSxSxSKSx S-Sx
| Stewarts Horse and Sheep clip
| ping machines. D
1 Lowe Bros. Paints.
Jewel Gasoline Stoves.
Sure Hatch Incubators.
Superior Axle Grease.
Pittsburg Electric Weld Fencing
ing/ White Sewing Machines.
Stranksy Enameled Ware. Gar
den , Field and Flower Seeds. Bee
Supplies , Washing Machines and
all kinds of Lubricating Qil.
J. C. TANNER
Lc\l | Notice.
VK.lJ' . Coi'KTKIRIIT , I
Tin1 abou1 nanH'il defendant ulll tuKi1 none1"1
that on April 27th , 1'Xtt tin * plaintiff tllcil lu-r
IM'lltlnn In the' district court of Kleliaril-oii
CoimO. Xrl > rasUi , HK.iintl VMI , till1 object and
pr.tjrr of uhlehnrc' to obtain an atisoluu
illxotcu from you ami to obtain tliu card con
trol and custody of the minor child , Knynnmd
li.tnK-H Coitftrliiht , on the itrotuuls that vou an-
an h.ihllual ( Irtinkanl , that > on hailllfnlls
.iliandoned the plaintiff \\ltlioul just cause anil
lilolllfnlly ! failed and refused to snppori
her Ihotiith able to do so. Yon \\lll plead tc
said iK-tilloii on or l > fonJnin > lltlii I'KYfi or iln
allocations of said petition will IK ; taken a'
trur and a tlocive rendered accordingly.
TKACV Ii. CuuKTKir.iiT.
KKAVIS& RIIAVIS. I'lalnlilT ,
Ally's for 1'lff.
U'lrst publication May 3. I'Xfl 4 thnes.l
Spring wind chup , tan and cause
freckles to appear , Ptnesiilvo Carbol
Izcd applied al night will relieve that
burning sensation. Nature's own reni'
cdy Acts like a poultice and drawt
out inlltimnmtlon. Sold by A. G. Wan
nor , druggist.
Low rate Summer tours t (
San Francisco and Los Angeles
aboue half rates until Mag 18th
also June. 8th to 15th ; June 22n <
to July 5th. Slightly highc
( daily commencing June 1st ; sinal
extra cost via Portland and Seattl
We run personally conductei
homeseekers' excursions May 7tl
and 21st , June 4th and 28th , untie
guidonce of DClem Deaver , Gen
cral Agent Landseekers' Informa
tion Bureau , to assist settlers t
secure an early hold at cheapen
rates of magnificent irrigate
lands in the Big Horn Basiti
write about these lands. Kottn
To Jamestown Exposition dail
low rates : via New York slightl
[ higher. During the Summer lo )
excursion rates to Atlantic Citj
Saratoga Springs , Philadelphia
also to the Seashore and Mom
i tai n resorts.
, Uockv Mountain
'Tours ' :
1 To Colorado. Utah , Black Hil
Cody , Sheridan , 'Yellowston
* Park. Daily low rate tours aftc
' June 1st-
E. G. WHITPORD ,
Local Ticket Acjcnt.
C L.V. . WAKELEY , G. P. A. ,
t , Omaha , Nct > .
There are uiuny kidney remedies b' '
few that accomplish the resul
"Pinoulos" it a * kidney remedy th
contains no alcohol or opiates of ai
kind complies with the National Pu
food and druji law guaranteed to < li
satisfaction.1 Thirty day treatment T
31.00. Inquire about "Pineules" at i
G. Wanner' * drug store.
TurkO , the Imported Belgian
Draft horse , owned by the Sunny
Valley Horse company will
make the season of 1907 as fol
Monday and Tuesday of each
week at Henry Voegeles on the
Coon Pritchard farm ten miles
northeast of Palls City.
The balance of the week at
Barney Voegeles on the Chas.
Gagnon farm seven and one-
quarter miles northeast of Palls
Turko weighs 2,220 pounds
and is a wonderful horse. His
terms are : $15.00 to insure a
colt to stand up and suck ; $12.50
lor the season ; $10.00 for single
Chunky Tom , Black Kentucky
Jack white points will make the
season with Turko. His terms
ire $10.00 to insure a colt to
stand up and suck.
Chunky Tom gels good colts.
One of them , a sucking colt ,
sold this spring at the W. A.
Schock sale for $1130.00. The
lighest price ever paid in the
state for a sucking colt. Owen's
the horse buyer , got him.
If you want to raise colts that
bring the money , go to these
Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Services at 2:30 p. m on alter
RKV. O. II. KNGKI.UKKCHT.
Dr. Hannah C. Moran
( rormerly Dr. I'lemlns )
Physician and Surgeon
Is. now located one block West of the
National hotel , where bhe will lx
pleased to sec her old friends and pat
rons. Calls promptly answered niglil
Colds , Croup ,
No Opiates ,
lONfAINS HONEY AND TAR
All conch lyrnps conUinlnr oplitet ccmstl-
p to the bowel * . Bee'iLaxauvo Cough Bjttip
BOTti th bovrelt and conUlai DO optttei.
The Falls City Roller Mills 1
Docs a general milling business , ami manufactures the
following brands of flour
SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN
The above brands arc gunrantccd to be of the highest - > s-
siblc quality. We also manufacture all mill product : . . . .id
conduct a general
Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business
and solicit a share of your patronage
P. S. Heacock & Son , Falls City , Neb. |
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For Backache ,
and the Kid-
MM ii i H in n ii M'i *
: D. S. HcCarthy
Prompt uitfutiiin iriven
to the reninv.t1 of hou-e-
hold ' ( HH- .
PHONE NO. 211
. . . . $1.00 a Year. . . ,
I have found n tried and tested euro for Rhcu
jnatlsml Not a remedy that will straighten tli <
distorted limbs of chronic cripples , nor turn bonj
growths back to flesh again. That is impossible
But I can now surely kill the pains and panes o
this deplorable disease.
In Germany with a Chemist In the City ol
Darmstadt I found the last ingredient wlu
which lr. Shoop's Kbeumatlc Kemedy was inadt
perfected , dependable prescription. Without
that last inerrdlcnt. I successfully treated many
many cases of HhcnmiUIsm ; but now , nt last , itunl
formly cures nil curable cases ol thisltiorotolort
snnch dreaded disease. Tboto sand-like granulai
vrastcs , found In Rheumatic Ulood , seem to Ulssolvi
and pass nway under the action ol this remedy si
freely as docs sugar when added to pura water
And then , when dissolved , these poisonous imstei
Jrccly pass from the system , and the cause o
Kbcumatiim is none forever. Then is now nc
real need no actual excuse to suffer loncsr with
out help. Wo tell , and in confidence recommem
( ALL DEALERS )
HONESTLY AND PROPERLY
APPLIED WILL PROTECT
Reyburn Hunter 4 Co.'s Rod :
are Acknowledged ( be lies
BUY OF YOUR LOCAL
Max J. Hartmon ,
DR. H. T. HSHN
. Office at Melts' Barn. Offlci
Phone l.'JO. Residence Phoni
i PALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
Office over Kerr'a Pharmacy
Onico Phone 260 Residence Phone 271
Dr. M. L. Wilson v
Physician and Surgeon
Calls promptly attended day or
night. Office over State Bank ,
Falls City , Nebraska.
Office 'Phone House 'Phone
C. H. HARION |
I AUCTIONEER , j
Sales conducted in
scientific and businesslike -
I C. H. MARION
Falls City , Nebraska I ,
Everything depends upon
your nerves. It is ucrvc force
that causes the brain to direct
the motion of your body ; it is
nerve force that causes your
heart to pulsate , and send the
blood through your veins ; it
is ucrvc force , that causes your
stomach to digest food , your
kidneys to filter the blood , and
the liver to secrete bile.
In fact , nerve force is the
power that runs your body , so
if you feel woru-out , irritable ,
nervous , cannot sleep , or eat
well , have pain or misery
I anywhere , your nerves are
weak , and your system run
down. To restore this vitality
c take Dr. Miles' Nervine which
will strengthen and build up
the nerves. You cannot be
healthy without strong nerves.
"For eighteen years Lr. Miles'
Xervlno and Antl-1'ain 1'llls have boon
my close companion. . Karlv in mar
ried life , while raising children , my
nerves liecnme nil worn-out could not
sleep ; had no appetite ; indigestion
very bail , and had such nwful dizzy
ppells. Then I began using Dr. Slips'
1 Nervine , and at once. I began to im
prove , and soon found myself in
perfect health. "
MRS S. L. YOUNG.
S21 Pittsburs St. , New Castle , Pa.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
druoalst , who will guarantee that the
first bottle will benefit. If It falls , he
will refund your money.
1 Miles Medical Co. , Elkhart , Ind