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. 6 TI.IE ! FALLS CITY TRiUUNI ? January 15 - 190-t- - . - - - - -q--- - - - - . - - . . . - - . . . . . - . . . - - THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I Publishcd Every ji'riday at ALLS 1 CITY , NEBRASKA By ROSS & RAY : Application made for entry at the lilts City post ollice as second class matter. s ONE 1)OLLAR PER YJAR Telephonc No. 22 ( ) . } 'l he fed cral court has coin plcte- . Iy exonerated Senator Dict.rich. If this ag'itation continues the only safe place on earth will bc thc theatn With thc democrats , just at present , it is not a question of which issue shall bc paratnont , but what shall thc issue be. Pcrhaps war between Russia and Japan is being delayed for the purpose of giving thc Amcri- can meat trust a chance t.o catch up with . their ordcrs. The remains of General Victor t Vifquain have bccn laid to rest bcncath thc soil of his beloved coun try. lie was a valiant sol- " dicr , a loyal citizen and l withal , a man. . The great American people have a way of getting what they . want. Just now they wan t 'l'hc- odorc Roosevelt to bc presides t for another term and they wIll ' get him. I \'Ir. ' Rosewater has his axc out . . . for District Attorney Summcrs. I. ' 1\11' "Roscwatcr brings this implc- mcnt into such frequent use , it is no wonder hc so OLC.1 has , an axe to gl tlll. , . . . . j You can look in almost an r direction and see a war cloud ' 1 ' h e orient has large black and l . a one an ( . , that which is looming up in t.hc direction of thc Isthmus of Panama - illa is not to be dcspised. Senator Hanna has again been called upon to deny that hc will be a candidatc for thc presidency. , Of course not. He . realizes that hc who buttdh his head . against a stone walt is in danger of SUCl- den dcath. j j People who live near ' Sugar I Loaf 1\Iountain in Kentucky are alarmed at.rumbling' noises antI I : trembling of the earth , and fear t a volcanic cruption. But after all it may be only another f : . ud ( about to break out. 1\11' Bryan has as yet expressed no choice of a democratic pre i- dcnti.al candidate. Perhaps \ Ir. Bryan remembers 1596 and has ; another "crQwn of thorns and j cross of g'01c1" spccch up his , I slee\'c. i , ; , , , . . , aemaaars Wry - - . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ . _ . _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ u _ _ The pages of history arc full of surprises and thc history that is yet to be made will probably contain some more. Among them may bc thc statement of the facts that Japan conqucred Russia and l\Hssouri went rcpublican. ' 1 he dcmocracy is having a hard timc to lied sonic ground upon which to.stand in waging alight fight upon President Rooscvelt. 'ro find a ncedlc that had been dropped from a ship into thc middle - die of the A.tlantic , would bc an easier tns1\ : The good road question is to bc discusscd in congress and a bill has been introduced prodding for an appropriation to be apportioned - ed among the states for thc im- provcment of public highways. If the bill passes Nebraska will get $300OOO-and we can use every cent of it. Two immense timhcrs each two I feet square and 110 feet long were I shipped through the city the ! , other day and they were billed to I St. Louis People wondcred to what use they would be put , but it has now been made clcar. The democratic national convention is to be held in that city and thc timbers will be used to brace up the platform. 1\11' Bryan was accosted by reporters - porters when he landed at New York on his return from Europe. But hc refused to talk. Of coursC' 1\11' Bryan is an editor and it would not be likely that he would let other papers scoop" his own pet ioclical. If hc did so , they 5l'Onl(1 appear Commoncr than ever when j ) l'inted in his paper. This has been a great year'for farmcrs' institutes in Nebraska. 'l'hirty such meetings have al- ready been held and forty more to comc. The value of the farmcr's institute can Hardly be over csti- ma ted . The ( i ' ) cussiot1 of q tlCS- - tions of vital interest agricul- turist is responsible in a large measure , for thc great imprO\'e- uncut in farming methods during- recent - \'ears , .i1an111Cap eCl. Lord Goschen , who vas recent- lyeleeteclehnneellorof 1 ( the Un h'PI'- i".y of Oxford , haH for multyyeLm . ' had to bat tIe with extreme shorr- sightedness. " 'hen he WitH ap' pointed first lord of thc admiralty his selection for the post was el'it- ieised adversely . on account of his defective vision , but , aA evepts t Kaye proved , his affliction hits in uo way impaired his SUGCeSR l'n- [ a'cust'onwd to spare hitnsplf when ! in ot1ice , he declined to ha YP documents - uments read over to him , preferring . ring to pore over them in spite of the trouble the task o'asioued him until he had thoroughly mustered - tered their conten ts. = ' - - - lmre : _ I : _ _ : JM - - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ u _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A GOOD PLACE . ' , _ _ _ - to buy - - - jI I j I Drugs , Books , Wall Paper , E t c. , - TilE KING PHARMACY "j 1 .y.A..A. . . . . _ _ . . . . . _ - - . . . . . - - - - , . . . - . - , . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . - -A" ' _ AA . . . . . . . . . Our line is always complete , and our prices are as low as is consistent with first class goods. I We also give five per cent rebate on all cash purchases. 'Ve solicit your patronage _ . . _ . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ -n - PT'A - - - - - - - - - 'King9s Pharma . - _ _ - . . . .L . . _ c.'O ' ; : A = " . . . . .27rLL " , , , - - , ' _ . . . ' 1 - - fi ' . i' OSTEOPATHY : , . - - . . . . , . . . . . - . . _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - _ n. _ . . . . . . . . - - _ . The exact science of treating : diseases. If you wish better . he&.lth permanently , call . on r _ _ , I , . A. R. WATERS , B. Pd. , B. A. , D. O. O'tJer Cleveland 7JroJ' ' Store Phone Office 214 fl . .1' . . P. \ . . . ' . ' . : 9 to 11 A. M. 1.:30 to 4 J\f. 'ReJ' 215 FALLS CITY , NEB LI- i . . . . . - _ " " , - - . - 'iII _ _ AFOOT AT THE HORSE SHOW. What You Go to See and Hear According - cording to a Reporter. At the very portico of the gar den one catches the volatile spirit of he ( horse shc.\\\ writes Emery PoHle , in Eyerybody'slagazine. Boys are ealling"el'ywlwrp ( they know what : wp like ) : " ' 'Oet J01l\ \ ' IH'og-I'UmnWH Coil tni11111g it full list of the box-holdpl's. Bna Bn\ a pro- Irl'amme and find out who'CI' , t"\ ( \'CI'\ ' t"body is. " Line ' , body upon line of' carriages l'hwes block I lIP wny , their brit , giant surfaces J'ptlPttinghun : ; ; of elpct e Itlltls. IHJlS ) Superbly Iro'\'ned ( women tight t and hurry up thc incline ] passageway } with the air of worldly ohli\'iousnp , , which iH so much ' a part . of he ( city weIlPI' \\"ith in . \ymlyd ; : liunmilit.v , conl'eal ( ! , jug as bQSt : : ! f I may t he fad t ha t I am entering on a press ticket , I full in behind a gay "Im..t . , \ ' . 'nwl'p . is a girl of hat t slender , app ( flliug ; delicacy of figure and frank level gaze of eyes which elm ILtterizc . the Amel'it'an dall1dJtPl' , 1 sun . . . : ' - - - - - " . . . llitli' . . - - - . J : = - : = ; ; : ; ; : : : : - - - hose ' rill' ( lIanllsonwlr 'OJlst'J'twted lady wi I h her iH her mother , find them , too iH her father t , disJlas- siouate hut wish a whimsical al" pre < 'iation ' of his position as a father and a captain of' industry , whil'h crecpS into the lines about his shrewd , Sharply cnl ' lips. Tlw girl f. ! : is the IIIHt frond of g-1'H'iou lI-gl'0011lpd , beautifully gowned : ' tIUI'PSPI''Plllpxpl'lIsh'p woimmful hood. :111 about t her are htlUc1l'ed- : : of hl'I' own spl(11did ( kind. One if' i slrnck t wit h HIP urger t t com Jlle ' , ness and eo'ks1II'puPs-\ ! \ hesp. t his IIpighhOl' fl' a \ eight whom Iw ( knows \ 'aA'tlplHlHl a little c\ll'i. \ otlslHS . Ot'iptT. . It makes but scant clHfPI'pn'p ! ( ( how they t got tlwI'P-h\ wa\ ; " of whca t , 01' lands , + ( 01' steel , 01' ( 'Ottoll , ol'stenmboat -tllP resell i5 pmilll'IIi'l\ pleasing } : to lwhold. T' ( rsotlally 1 am glad ; of I hem amid J freely aeknowledgc ! " that this is their sho\\ Real Proof - Real proof of the pudding i is thl . sttte : of your stomach a few hour after eating it. t f "