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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 29 , 1908.
All Osleopathic Prescription
* I wnnt to help you answer Query
No. 131 , "A Preacher's Wife. "
She neks : "Will Osteopathy help ? "
I will say , yes , for iii 90 per
cent , of nil cases there is bone or
ppinnl derangement , and there is
m her case. 1 will venture that
there is a sensitive area from the
base of her brain to the tipaof the
coccyx , contracted muscles , de
ranged tissue , interfering with
nerve and blood supply to the
whole body , interfering with normal -
mal function. The brain cannot
act , it cannot get the right kind of
messages from the various nerve
centers along the spine and viscera
The nerve impulse for years in
that case has been over-stimulated ,
which has produced inhibition of
the nerve force ( stopped normal
action ) . For example , take a horse
pulling a load up hill. He has all
he can draw. The driver is anx
ious to get up faster , so he applies
the whip ( stimulation ) . Finally
,1 , the horse gives out ( inhibition ) ,
which stops normal action. This
patient should consult an osteo
path , and after a thorough exami
nation he might say she needed
refet , or a change of environment ,
and if neither is possible she would
be instructed how to live even
where she was. Then if she would
take treatment , the osteopath would
relax all those muscles along the
spine , thereby freeing the tension
on the nerves to the spinal cord
and through the brain giving re
lief at once. The bowels will be
attended to , the stomach , and in
fact nearly everything will need
attention in a case of this kind ,
and can be reached through the
innervatiou of the spinal area and
with good osteopathic treatment
following the instruction that will
be given she will improve and in
time get well , as hundreds have
done in similar conditions. I will
make this assertion : Ninety-nine
per cent , of all derangements of
the body will make themselves
manifest on some part of the
spinal area , either primarily or
eecondarily. If the former it is
the cause of , and if ths latter , the
effect of the disease. The osteo
pathic treatment will relax the
muscles , rearrange disarranged
tissues and correct any bony sub-
iuxatiouo that may be found.
I would like to hear from this
patient eight months after she
begins and 1 could procnose the
answer F. M. GODFREY , Helton ,
Kansas , in the Columbus Medical
Those interested and who would
know more of this science can
obtain all information by calling :
on Dr. Wolfe , over Lyford's store.
Colds That Hang On.
Colds that bang on in the spring de
plete the system , exhaust the nerves
and open the way for serious illness ,
take Foley'3 Iloncy and Tar It quckly
stops the cough and expels the cold.
It is n safe and certain in icsuita.
< Plan-Wood Scandal.
Although the country at larjje
has not been wrought up to any
appreciable pitch of excitement
over the troubles of Senator
Platt and Mae Wood , the some
what sudden and decidedly sen
sational denouement of the trial ,
which landed the woman in jail
for perjury and forgery , if , not
In spite of his own confession
that "he was an old fool1 and
the quiescent concurrence of the
general public in that sentiment ,
there is something1 rather pa
thetic in the spectacle of this
feeble old war horse of New
York politics being- hounded to
his grave by a woman seeking
his money. MUG Wood inay or
may not be a mere adventuress ,
but she seems to have been per
fectly willing to make an expos ,
ure of herself in a public trial
that would have been humiliat
ing' to any woman ot modesty
The Wood woman's claims to
recognition as a wife are not
convincing , but nevertheless
Senator Platt placed himself in
a most embarrassing position ,
This veteran master of men , this
skilled wizard of the game oi
politics who has been "boss" in
New York for several decades
might have lived out the decliu-
ing days of his life in repose it
not in happiness and honor , had
he not tried to match his wits
against those of a woman. There
ic demonstrated his weakness ,
and perhaps he is reaping the
The woman in this sensational
case is not a young and imprcs.
sionable girl. In fact , there are
: hose who consider her an exceedingly - >
ceedingly shrewd and scheming
woman of the world. In the
present case she had much to
jain financially and little to lose
n any other way. If there is
tny sympathy for the doting old
gallant because of his pathetic
state of mind and body , there is
very little for the woman. Per
japs the whole case may be
Tuthiully summed up in the
words of Justice O'Gorman when
n committing1 Mae Wood to jail ,
he said : "The court cannot be-
ieve irora the evidence that
there was ever a marriage. On
: he merits of the case every is
sue has resulted iu the court's
impression that the plaintiff has
committed willful perjury in this
case , " and that it is "a most
wicked design to support a false
and fictitious claim by forgery
and perjury. " K. 0. Journal.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
One who sullers from chronic consti
pation Is in danger of many serious nil-
neat. Foley's Orlno Laxative cures
hronlc constipation as it aids diges
tion and stimulates the liver and bow
els , restoring the natural action of
these organs. Commence taking it to
day and you will feel better at once ,
Foley's Orlno Laxative does not nun-
scale or gripe and is pleasant to take.
Refuse substitutes. Kerr's Pharmacy.
Mrs. D.M. Meyer's entertained
the following ladies last Friday
afternoon in honor of Mrs.
Bushnell of Miledgeville , Illi. ,
Mrs. L. N. Reid , Mrs. A. R.
Williams , Mrs. Bushnell , Mrs.
D. M. Saylor , ' Mrs. S. C. Flick-
inger , Mrs. 0. V. Flickinger ,
Mrs. 0. R. Gaston , Mrs. Mahlon
Liclity and Mrs. N. Musselman
of Falls City
The ladies were required to
jive a description of their wed
ding , giving date , age , when
named , hour , manner of dress ,
number of guests and etc. This
proved very interesting , especi
ally the description of the dress
es. A two course luncheon was
served. The occasion was no
exception to the pleasure Mrs.
Meyers always gives her guests
when she entertains. Merrill
"Ned Stoughton of Falls City
is connected with the Parker
shows in town this week. Which
reminds me of an incident.
Twenty-seven years ago , Frank
Everest , a friend of mine , wrote
a play , and he asked me to as
sist him in putting it on the
road for a short trip. So I became -
came a show manager for three
days ; we visited Falls City ,
Ilumboldt and Tecumseh. We
had a band and orchestra. Co.
rum Young led the band , and
Proi. Plato the orchestra. Dr.
Evans , Will Ilaskell , Frank
Todd , and a do/.en others were
among the actors. It was a fro >
lie from start to finish ; for all
those taking part , except the
manager , who had a hard tune
and lost money. But people
still think I made a fortune by
the venture ; people still take
me to one side , and ] ask , 'Now ,
down on the dead , to go no fur
ther , how much did you make
with Frank Everest's play ;
And members ot my company
are still grumbling. I was talk
ing about the trip to-day to Co
rum Young and he complained
because Prof. Plato , althougl ;
he pretended to play cornet it
the band , really didn't play ,
leaving all the hard work tc
Mr. Young. And Alois Phillipi
to-day complained because o :
Prof. Plato's son , who playet
in the orchestra , and w a n t e t
Alois' part. We made a stree' '
parade at Falls City , where :
formerly lived , and/where it was
supposed I had acquaintances
who would patronize the show.
I walked at the head of the pa-
radeas managers do in real min
strel parades , and Ned Slough-
ton , then a boy , sat on the side
walk watching1 me. I didn 't feel
very comfortable anyway , but
as I went by the boy , I heard
him 'L-o-ok a-t 1-d E-cl.
say , - - - o - - .
Il-o-w-e ! ' What he had in his
mind was , 'lie thinks he is
smart , but he is not. ' After the
show at Falls City , members of
the company adjourned to a bar
room , and had a time. Ed. Min-
nick , a well known Falls City
fighter , came in and wanted to
whip my actors , they were sebum
bum , and I had considerable dif
ficulty in coaxing him out of the
notion. All the Atchison travel
ing men along" the line traveled
with the company , and by the
time we reached Tecumseh , there
were fifty men in the street par
ade. Jule Seitz borrowed an alto
horn and played in the band. It
was at Tecumseh , also , where
Alois Philipp threatened to quit
and return home , because there
was no tire in his room at the
hotel. I will never forget my
three days as manager ot a show ;
it was an experience I do not
care to repeat. " E. WH. . in
Road Draff Prizes.
The fund to be used in paying
the road drag- prizes has been
added to until it now amounts to
over $400. The six mail carriers
on the routes out of Tarkio are
expected to circulate the subscrip
tion paper until the sum totals
$600 ; a hundred dollars to the
route. The general committee'
appointed to have supervision
over the contest and appoint
judges on the several routes ,
named the judges and took them
over the routes the fore part of
this week. Names of the judges
will be published next week.
The above from the Tarkio
Herald shows how they solve the
road drag proposition over in
Missouri which might be worked
to advantage in these parts. It
is worth considering.
It Is a pity to see a person neglect in
dlcations of kidney or bladder trouble
that may result in bright's disease when
? olej's Kidney Remedy will correct Ir
regularities and strengthen these or
gans , take Foloy'a Kidney Remedy at
the first sign of danger. Kerr's Phar
Proud of Our Walks.
Talk about good walks. How
many of our people are aware
of the fact that there is a con
tinuous string of cement or brick
walks the entire length ol Stone
street from the south end to the
High school , a distance of about
nineteen blocks. This is true.
In fact there are very few board
walks to be found in the city and
a majority of those have been
condemned and will be replaced
by cement ones as soon as pos
sible. This is a record to be
OF THE CONDITION
Of The ralli City State Dank of Tails City ,
Nrbraftkat Charter No. ISO , Incorporated In the
State o ( Nebraska , at the clo e of liiulitcin ,
May 14. I < KW.
I.oaim ami Discounts. . . . .5170,0'l.94 )
Overdrafts , secured ami unsecured W4.03
ll.iiiUliis hoii c ftirnltmoaiul fUuues. 13,200.00
Current cxpensei ami tares palil . 1331.V3
Duo from nat'l , state amt nrhato
banks and bankers. J7l,3R ' . >
Checks and Items of exchange 232.97
) Currency . 3,000.00
I Coin . 6.058,35
Total cash on hand . 80&39.9) )
Total . 266.IOO.S6
Capital stock paid In . $50.00000
Surplus fund . . . 10,000.00
UndMdid profits . 6.301.12
Indhldtial deposits subject
to check. . . . . . SI47.47S.62
Demand certificates of de
posit . 31,624.55
Certified checks . 4,54000
Due to nat'l , state and private
banks ami bankets . 16,256.57 199.899.74
Total . 266.200.86
I. VCi A. Oreenwald , cashier of the above
named bank , do hereby swear that the
abo\c statement Is a correct and true copy of
the report madu to the State Ilankltitf Hoard.
\V. A. OnirVAU > , Cashier.
W. U. DOKKIMITON , Director.
T. J. OIST. Director.
Subscribed and \\uni to before me thlft2nd
day of May. 1903. JOHN \V. I'ownit.
My commission expires November 25 , 1"HW.
OF THE CONDITION
Of The Hank of Salcm , of Salem , Nebraska.
Charter No. 359 , Incorporated In the Stale of
Nebraska , at the close of business May 14 , 1W.
Loans and Discount . sl4.7l ! > b03
Overdrafts. secured and unsecured . W.70
Hanklnir house , furniture and fixtures Jl.b'-rt.S
Current expenses and taxes paid . 702.12
Due from national , state and private
banks and bankers . 12.U73.10
Total Cash on hand . ! ) 010 57
Total . jlli1.2iW.4S
Capital stock paid In . $ JO.OOOOO
Surplus fund . . 10,000.00
Undivided profits . 2.961.1"
Dcnnnd certificates of de
posit . $56,550.31
Time certificates of deposit lr ,74000 72,200.31
Total . 1115,200.48
STATE or NEliKASKA ,
County of RIchardKon ,
I , K. I ) . Huston , Cashier of the aboie namcil
bank , ilo swear that the abo\e statement is a
correct and true copy of the report made to the
State Ilanklnir Hoard.
Hoard.R. . II , HUSTON , Cashier.
S. 1 > . OIST , Director.
T. J. OtbT , Director.
Subscribed and suorn to before me this 20th
day of May. 1903.
OUV P. OKKI'NWALII.
My commission expires December 22 , 1411.
No Believer In Luck.
"I not bit "
am a superstitious"
remarked Ward Knight yestur-
day. "The black cats and ghosts
and cross roads and moon over
your right shoulder and spilling
the salt and all ot that tommy
rot never appealed to me at all.
And luck is another thing I do
not believe in. A man gets what
he gets and that is all there is
to it. He might be unfortunate
and he might be the opposite
but luck does not enter into the
question at all. Now isn't it
queer that after all my antagon
ism in this respect that I should
always "spit on the bait" when
I am fishing ? And yet if this
was not done and my catch
should be small I would immediately -
diately blame my not expector
ating on the bait as the cause.
Queer , isn't it.
Fat and broke to work from 4 to 8
years old. Bring in your stock and
get the highest market price , at
Mettz's Sale Pavilion , in
Palls Citv , Sal. , MAY 30
J. W. OW
Most Extensive Dealer in United States.
We give particular attention to the business of
farmers. We cordially invite them to make
this their banking home.
t COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RESOURCES
5 * I'ebrnnrr 2-\li , 1U0.1
IVbrnary 27lh , 1TOI 19.1W1.UI
* I'ebruary ssth , HW.1 . 211,1112.70
iVlirnar ) iMtli , 1IHM 110,1711. lt >
* I ehrunrr 2ftli , UW.
IVbrnaryMlli , HVVi M,4H.tfl
§ > Marcli 2 h , IttW
FARMERS STATE BANK ,
Preston , Nebraska.
Operating under Stale Inspection and Control
I . . .
Here are a few things in our line that we feel sure
would interest you at this season of the year.
The MOTOR WASHER , aMonday morn
ing necessity that you cannot afford
to be without.
Then we have the JEWEL GAS
OLINE STOVE , the ALASKA
REFRIGATOR , the house wife's
friends this hot weather.
, Lowe Bros' . , PAINT
will interest you , both in quality and
CALL AND LOOK THROUG OUR LINE
J. C. TANNER
Ours Arc "Dependable" Goods FALLS CITY , NEB.
French China Dinnerware , Havilnnd & Go's.
Ranson pattern , in a pink rose decoration with
delicate green leaves. We carry this pattern in
stock and can sell you any piece you may break.
An extra large salad bowl to match , FREE with
each 100 piece set , $40 per set. : - :
Three patterns of Avenir Limoge French China in
pink spray , rose bud and violet spray decorations.
Special price $27-50 for 100 piece set. The sets will be
displayed in our south window. See them.
Chas. M. Wilson's
The Falls City Roller Mills 1
Docs a general milling business , and manufactures the (5 (
following1 brands of flour i (5c
SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN
The above brands arc gunrantced to be of the highest possible -
sible quality. We also manufacture all mill products and
conduct a general
Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business 3 w
and solicit a share of your patronage
P. S. Heacock & Son Falls City , Nebr.
Did See ?
Those Fine Buggies and Surries we just received
.a car load of Moon Bros. , c
Surries , Buggies said Sprisvg Wagons
The only place to buy and to see the most up-to-
date Vehicles is at Werner Mosiman & Co. , and
the way they go out is a proof they are
The Best Money Can Buy
We also have a complete line of Farm Impliments
just fresh and up-to-date. Our prices are in reach
of every one , call and see us before you buy. We
lead them all.
Remember , we carry everything in the Impliment lintv
such as Gas Engines , Wind Mills , Pumps , Tanks ,
Pipe and Fittings. Also are agents for"the Pure
Sofi C3.bie Lightning Rod
and just the thing you need to Protect your Mouse
and Barn. Get our price and be protected from
Lightning. Call and see us we can save you
money. Yours .truly ,
Werner , Mosiman