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THE FALLS CUV TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 27 , 1907
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
lintcrcd as nccond-class matter at
Kails City , Nebraska , post ofnce , Janu
ary 12 , 1'XM , under the Act of Congress
of'Marcb 3 , 187" .
Published every 1'riday at Kails City ,
Nebraska , by
the Tribune Pnblliliinrf Company
E. K. Slmrls ,
Si.\ months . -
Three months -
I'or SniirniiP JuilitP M. 11. Hivm-
IVrDIMrlclJiMiir * I < .M.IVmlirrtntiJ II.Kat'rr
I'nr Krirrnlvro. < ! . Coii | > l.iiiil. C. II. Anderson
for K. K..Comnih lniirr Henry T. Clark. Jr
IVr SMtr ScnMnr > . K. Miller
COUNTY TICKIT :
I'or County ClrrU t'.rortti' II. H " 1t
I'or Ciiiinly Jmlirr A. It. Semi
I'or SiipiThilPiiclciit I'V. . CIMHIH
i I'or AwoMKir Vlnci-nt Anmlil
1-1 I'or Cormier- ( i.V. . Koni'Ui-r
r- DlAlrlct No. ( i Jiilin II nit. in
I ; District No. 4 ( iriirjfi1 Smith
IHMrlet No. i I'.il. ( .ralKini
Tbcrc are tilings in life that
arc much worse than a platter of
fat young teal thicks.
Can it be the intention of
Lnndis to put the University of
Chicago on half rations ?
If Graham doesn't beat Hill
McCray he will dissapoint a threat
many suffering tax payers who
have been footing the lulls for
The appointment ol Judge
Keese on the supreme court
concession was a nice and decent
tiling to do and is characteristic
of .Indue Sedgwich-
The Journal says the bridge
company has none into politics.
Hy the way is the Journal sup
porting John llinton ? Is it
against Bill McCrayV
Falls City has never had a
more faithful servant than John
Jlinton. Is there any good
reason why Mr. Schlosscr should
replace him on the county board ?
Who runs this town anyway ,
the people who voted so over
whelmingly for the bonds or the
few who are trying to defeat the
\vijl of the people expressed at
the bond election ?
Judge A. R. Scott is a lawyer
of ripe learning and a man of
sterling integrity. The rights
of no man , dead or alive , will be
disregarded by Judge Scott when
ho is made County Judge.
A Kansas farmer on being
asked by an eastern man as to
what disposition had been made
of the grasshoppers replied that
they had been crossed with the
hay fever and the state was
raising grass widows.
Justice is expensive at best.
Many poor people submit to in
justice rather than incur the ex
pense of litigation. No Falls
City lawyer with any practice
but that tries many cases without
thought of charging a fee. Yet
we have a court reporter who not
only charges these poor people
all that the law allows but adds
about one third to his fees by
false estimates. Not a single
estimate of his has been found
when he has made a mistake
These are the days when the
price of butter , eggs , potatoes
and chicken make the city man's
pocket book look pretty thin.
Hermes Bros- , are under contract
to ship 5000 chickens to San
Francisco every week. This con
tract endures until March1st ) ,
Is it any wonder that chicken !
are high with this drain on tin
supply ? It is said of Phi
Hermes that every chicken In
meets immediately lies down on it
back and holds its legs up to bi
tied. Butter chickens
, , eggs ant
like products have ceased to b
an incident , they arc industries
Charles Casey and family ai
rived from near Oklahoma Cit :
Wednesday for a visit with Fall
City relatives. At present the
are the guests of Mrs. Sandfor
The public schools too often overlook the
practical side of the boy's or the girl's educa
tion. It therefore becomes our pleasant duty
to assist the boys and girls in getting a knowl
edge of those things which must shortly con
cern their financial welfare. Our great effort
is to encourage them to save money. Send
them to us and we will do our utmost to get
them started right. - : - - : - - : -
FALLS CITY STATE BANK
The republican party has never
had a candidate in whom it could '
take more pride than it can in
its candidate for assessor. The [
business men. and in the term
we include merchants , farmers
and professional men , have
never been privileged to vote for
a more competent , industrious
and honest man than Mr. Arnold.
Richardson County has been
his home for many years. He is
a farmer and is well acquainted
with I arm values , lie lias had
years of experience as deputy
assessor and township assessor.
Ue is of mature years and judge
ment. He is honest and fearless ,
lie has no friends to reward nor
enemies to punish. He is actuat
ed by an ambition to make a just
and capable officer. His oflice
pertains more to business than to
politics and he is essentially a
business man's candidate.
LOST COIN CHECKS TRAFFIC.
Pathos That Is a Part of Great City's
She was iv little old woman with
11 course shawl wrapped around hei
shoulders nnd a knitted headpiece
known as u nubia on her head.
Mending over , she peered about ( ho
asphalt pavement , in total disregard
of the dangers from passing Iratlic
on lower Broadway , says the New
' Lost anything , lady ? " asked a
"Yes , sir. " she answered , "sonic
The hluccoat looked at her worn
old /ace for a moment and then he ,
lee , got busy. A newsboy joined in
the hunt. Presently several eiti-
rciis were participants. A street ear
stopped , and ( lien another. The
driver of a big truck pulled up nt
the curb , clambered down and be
came another searcher for the losl
coin. Several minutes passed
There was u partial blockade of the
street , and then the policeman
picked up a dime from its resting
place on the street car track.
"Is this part of it ? " he said.
"Yes , sir. " answered the old wom
an joyfully : it's all of it. "
An exclamation arose to the po
liceman's lips , a laugh ran amoiif ,
the bystanders , but it stopped nt the
glad look in the old woman's eyes as
she reached her gnarled hand for the
little coin. The policeman eheckex
the half formed utterance and sol
cmnly escorted the old woman to
iho curb. The cars rattled on , the
big truck swung on its way and the
policeman stood silently nt his post
No ono thought to jibe , no one
thought to swear after that look o
joy that came into the old woman' ,
eyes ns her lost coin was restored
Broadway hiul been inconvcuicncot'
ns Broadway seldom likes to be , bu
who shall say that 11 roadway is "tin
cold white path without a heart'
after that exhibition ?
DECEITI-JLNESS OF THE MULE.
Asked about the nvi rngi ago of
tlu > Georgia nude , Brother Dickey
"Xo man kin tell. Kn do mule is
too stubborn en deceitful ter be can
did wid you 1"
A NATURE NOTE.
"Cuts , " said the imturo student ,
"ire exceedingly deceitful. "
lli frowned thoughtfully.
" 1 have known them. " bo sa '
"to atii'iapt to nit * . i' < ' -vlvw j
in restaurants as r.
TRAMP'S ANSWER. i
When Mis. Kdd\ , the head of the
Christian Science church , was
young , sin ; conducted a temperance
campaign for a time.
A tramp asked her for help. j
"I'll help you , my friend , " said
Mrs. Kddy , "but first you must an
swer me one question. Do you ere
o you not drink beer ? "
The tramp , a hardened customer ,
ookcd at bur in aniaxcinent.
"Why , lady , " he said , "ye cert'n'y
ion'f think I squirt it into me arm
vid a syringe ! " Puck.
CURE ( ? ) FOR SEA SICKNESS.
A cure for sea sickness , which a
( Herman doctor Iin discovered , will
) ( > welcomed by hosts of travelers. It
onsists in the passenger simply
ying on his back and having liund-
ierchiefs soaked in hot water twist-
' (1 ( very tightly round bis forehead.
The treatment , it is claimed , cures
n about half an hour , and those
who undergo it are niid never to be
troubled again during a voyage.
Miss Mlggo It was very good of
on , Willie , to glvo that poor blind
inn your apple. Hut whnt arc you
/nillng for ?
Willie I want to see If ho'll find
lie worm In It ! Topckn Journal.
Geliling Theatre One Night Only
TUESDAY , OCTOBER 1
Special engagement of
tills season's greatest success
tbc merry miitlea1 farce comedy
ARE YOU CRAZY
AND 17 OTHERS
All new musical numbers.
Sec ihc Teddy Hear sensation.
1'rutty girls who can singand dance ,
The Big Music Fun Show
this engHgeiiicnt onlv
75c 50c 3Sc
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Mother- , with little oliildtvd need n
longer fuiir croup , colder whooping
eoii ti. \\w \ ? Luxiitlvo Coiifih .Syrup
tustogood. . It works oil the cold
through thi ! biwHs , tuit * the phlegm ,
clears the lii'ad. t''or ' jount ; and old.
Guaranteed Secure u bottle ut onec.
Sold by A. O. Wanner , druggist.
Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Services at 2:30 : p. m on ultci
RKV. O. II. ENGEUWKCHT.
Do you know that Plnusiilvo Curbol
ixcil acts like u poultice in .drawing out
the inlhunsUloii tuid poison ? It Is itn-
tisceptio. For cuts , burns , eczema ,
cruckcd hands It Is immediate relief.
2d cents. Sold b , A.G. Wanner , drug
Grf Baking Powder
Made from cream of tartar derived
solely from grapes , the most deli =
cious and healthful of all fruit acids.
For Sale by Whitaker Bros.
One of the best little meat markets that we know of. It is tht
only market in a good K. K. town in this county. This market is
well equipped in every particular , with nice new cooler , good blocks
counters , racks , scales , slaughterhouse , sheds and patent feeder 01
30 a. of good land. Good water , part of the land seeded to clover
and timothy and alfalfa. Goud ice house on a good business lot
which belongs to the business. Have the ice business of the town
team and single horse , butcher and delivery wagons. This is doinj ,
from $250 to $300 cash and about $200 credit business per month
The owner would not think of selling was it not for sickness in his
family. This is worth $ 'JOO but will sell for $760. If you have cm
a small capital , this is a good chance for you. \Vrite or call and we
will give you a full description of this.
A 275 a. Richardson county farm with a fine $3,000 house o
U rooms ; 2 large porches. Good barn 25x42 , Id-foot posts ; room fo
9 head horses and 25 ton ot hay. Cribs for 1500 bu. Good granary
implement house U > x22 ft. , chicken house 12x20. Good cellar 12x2o
ft. , cave 7x20 walled with brick , good fences. Other improvement
consisting of wood and coal house , sheds and feed lots. 135 a. in
cultivation , a tine orchard , 2 a. alfalfa , HO a. pasture , 3 a. hoj ,
tight. There is over 200 a. of accretion land that goes with thi
farm in addition to the 275 deeded. Good abstract title , d mile
north of Kulo and 12 miles from Falls City. This is the finest fartr
for the price in the county. Only $ -40 per acre on good terms. The
owner must go south. This is a snap.
No. ( > S-O BIs a 2-acre trace of good upland all fenced hot ,
tight , all in cultivation. Good d-room house , barn ISxlS , 12-f
posts , room for 4 horses. Granary 16xl < , 200-bu. corn crib. 200-bbl
cistern , cellar 12x12 ft. , plenty of good water. All buildings and
fences in good repair. Will sell you the improvements for what
they cost , $1050 , and give you the two acres of laud located H.-
milc ! of the city.
DAVIES & OWENS
The happiest hours of life are
those spent in the home , in
easy enjoyment of pleasant
melodies. No need for hus
band , wife or children to go
to clubs , theatres , or other
places of amusement when
home is made attractive bv
In the long evening's by the fireside ,
on the porch , or in the summer camp
it talks , laughs or sings at your
pleasure. It renders band , orchestra
or instrumental solos ; sacred , classi
cal , sentimental or ragtime music ;
grand or comic opera , minstrel or
vaudeville skits with equal facility.
What other automatic entertainer af
fords such variety , such quality , at so
little cost ? Hear the improved Edi
son Phonograph at Davies & Owens'
and you will understand why thous
ands buy it who were once prejudiced
against any form of "talking machine. "
\V e earn a complete line of Edison
and Victor machines , also a complete
line of Edison and Victor records.
Come in and investigate our c * : > y payment plan.
DAVIES & OWENS
for sale at M , M. Hendrick's , nine
mile.- , northeast of Palls < iiy , Nebr. ,
.ind two andone-qniirter miles .soutli
of Barada , Nebr Thev are good ,
jjrowthy pigs of good length and the
easy feeding kind , just the kind
that makes big hogs quick. Call
and look them over before bujing as
I will be gl"d to show them'to you
any tune you come and price them toou to.ell M. M HKN'DKK'ks.
BON TON MILLINERS announce to the
Ladies of Falls City and vicinity that they
have all of their Hats on display. We have re
ceived A LARGE NEW FALL STOCK compris
ing the Swellest and most Up-to-Date Pattern
Hats in the city. Come and make us a call.
MISS HELEN BREBECK
Wall Paper as an Investment
We will give you prices on room lots that will pay
you to buv now.
Bundle lots for single room
per bundle 50C
400 and 50 papers 25C
< ro at
Cut in all grades to close out paper bundles. SEE
OUR X1-\V : PICTURE FRAMES.
White's Wall Paper Store
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