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September 2 19U4 ' 1l1 1 1LL Li1 1 11113 U l'J L
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
-'j Re\ Pougeon enjoyed the
t" privilege of addressing two large
. . ( . audiences in the Christian church
last Sunday. In the morning
he used for his subject-"Life ,
, . , . telling about the difference in the
l ; meaning of the word under thc
. . . " Old and New dispensations " In
t 1 ' > , the evening hc addressed a'cry
, .I. . large crowd , using for his subject
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- told his hearers that they should
J" bc like Christ was when the accusers -
. , . cusers were arraing.ing this
' woman ; Christ was so indifferent
- as to their accusations that Hc
. . - wrote : in thc sand while they pre-
- . . scanted their story. As a people
" ! . we arc too prone to listen to scan-
dal ; and not 'only listen to it , but
I" _ actually help in spreading it.
: \Vc pray to the Fathcrof Mercies
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_ to bc merciful to us , while wc arc "
as cruel as 'tis possible to 'Je , to .
J. : " those whose actions do clot meet
. c' with our approbation. Services
as usual next Sunday ; the evening
service will begin at 7:30 : instead
of 8 o'clock. All these services
s ; / arc free , and you are cordially in-
: 'dted to attend them.
A. G. \Vanner sells everything
I needed in the school room.
' . ' . At the regular meeting of the
. . Baptist church an unusual spirit
of hopefulness prevailed. Re-
_ ' , ports from all committees were :
read which show the church to
'A"J be in better shape at the begin-
, J , ' . .ning of the fall } ] work than it had
: : ever been before in its history.
Provision was made for the rais-
. ; , . . . . , ing of a floating debt , one new
r. mem1.cr to be received at the
. Communion service next Sunday.
. . , The usual services will be held.
e/ Dr. ScHnger , who addressed three
large bodies of n presentatIve
+ Baptists in Lincoln and Crab
Orchard last w , eki11 \ ; preach ,
. next Sunday. Providence permitting -
mitting- the church will enter up-
. . , on a protracted meeting a week
. ; . ; r from next Monday. Dr. Selinger
. . ' + to preach daily assisted by Mrs.
, . : " , Selinger , who like him l . has . hail
. . . . ' extended exoerience in missionary -
' ; ary work. All are invited to all
.v .t of our S.tces. .
" ' : ' : Miss Allie Poteet will be at
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; Miss Barrys.
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J- A. G , 'Vanners.
1 . . \lrs. J. W. Barnett is in Chica-
1i . . ' " of milli-
< .oo ' go selecting her stock -
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' : . . Go to A. G. \Vanner for all
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it I' 't Dr. A. Gaiser , dentist , office
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f , 4' -.Miss Baetty will bc with Miss . .
f. 1 " ' . . ' . Barry through the fall . season. . ,
. ' Eat Sowles Candy.
I , 'See 'Vanne , for tablets.
-.I . Dr.R.P. .Rbertsdentist
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, ' ; , " ' . , . ' over Kings Pharmacy.
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\-Vanner sells ink.
King's for Haml11ocli.s.
Call and see the new stock ! : of
Fall Millinery at Mrs. Breith-
A swell stock of new Fall
Millinery just received at Mrs.
The school children arc invited
to call at 'Vanners for their
Miss Bertha Mower will bc ,
with Miss Barry through the
\Vanner is the place to buy
your pens , ink ] , pencils and tab-
. Miss Nell Snyder ) wilt assist in I
the sales room at Miss Barry's I
Mrs. Brcitli'aupt has just returned -
turned from the eastern markets
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where she purchased : it swell :
tock of hall Millinery.
There will be services at the
Presbyterian church next Sunday
noming and c\'cninJ Our members -
bers and supporters arc urged to
be present. Everybody invited.
Mrs. Caffrey arrived Wednes-
lay ' from St. Louis , where she has
been for some time with the
Richard Hemlon : .l\lillih ry Co.
Mrs. Caffrey' comes to trim for
Miss Barry. She has trimmed
for a number of seasons in Kansas -
sas City , Denver and St. Louis.
J. E. Gaskill representing , the
Ross P. Curtice Piano Co. of Ne-
braska City was in our city Monday .
day looking for a location. The
stock inclines ; a fine line of pianos
and organs and wc hope they will
jOin the Falls City list of business
mcn.Thc Old Settlers picnic wils
held Wednesday and 'rhursdi'Y . '
at RothenlJergcrs gro\.c. It \ ti asa
a grand succcss.
D. A. Ransom 'of Shuhert i5
acting in the capacity of deputy
sherIff , having assumed that
office on Tuesday of this week.
Visit The Old Folks.
One fare plus $2 for the round
trip to a great many Hints } in
Ohio , Indiana Kentucky. Tickets -
ets $ n sale September G , 13 , 20 ,
27 and October 11. Good via St.
Louis and for stopover at the
great exposition. Final limit
thirty days. See me for full
particulars or write to , L. W.
\Vakcly , General Passenger
Agent , Ol11aha.-G. Stewart ,
W. H. MADDOX
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Lands bought and sold
Hartford Fire Insurance
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Houses in city for sale .
rIoney to loan
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All Summer Goods Alaska . .
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tors , Je\\'ell Gasoline Stoves , Freezers
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at prices that viII sell theln. Call
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early as supply is now cOlllplete.
. VaA . . . . . . - . . Ul . . . . . . . " " "A.'w , .JV1MJ.a.
Ale X Fs M e y-e r
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The Cornet' Millinery Store
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Fall Hats , the very newest things. Full
line of Ribbons , all the latest shades.
Children's and rIisses' . School Caps and
Hats a specialty Call and see thelll , .
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MISS BARRY , FALLS CITY , NEB. .
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Cass Mead has sold his resi-
dence property on Crook & Towle
addition to 'Vm. Ncimier will
take possession at once. Mr.
Mead haveing vacated the premises -
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Dia.rrhoea R.emedy.
"Alluw me to give you a few
words in praise of Chamberlain's
Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy , " says Mr. John Ham-
lett , of Eagle Pass , tl'exas. "I
suffered one week with bowel
trouble and took all kinds of
medicine without getting any relief -
licf , when my friend , l\r. C.
Johnson , a merchant here , alvised
mc to take this remcdy. After
taking one dose I felt greatly relieved -
lievcd and when I had taken the
third dose was entirely cured. I
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WE WANT TO SUPPLY
you with your winter's stock of
Cual. It will pay yOU to buy
your entire stock now before
prices leh'iulce. It will pay you
to buy it of us as we will give
you thc best and cleanest . Coal in
the market at the , lea3t possible
MA VST 1J'R.OS.
thank you from thc bottom of my
heart for putting this great
rcmedy in the hands of man-
ki.rgJ ; ' For sale by A.G. Wanner.
I Can Oct You a
Quicker than anyone else
secured a pension for MUS. AN-
NA BAlm of l.'alls Citr. Allowed
Ii'chruary 17 , 1904. Mr. Bahh lied
October 29 , 193.
Also pCllsion for MUS. JJtN-m
WHN'fWOU'fU of Falls City. Allowed -
ed March 15 , 1904. am r. Wentworth
died November 28 , 1903.
John L. Cleaver
Falls City , Nebraska
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