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. October 28 , 1934 ] : : THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE "
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.conveniences" Steam heat , Electric lights , City water ,
lot I and cold baths , I-lot air appliances , X Rays , Sur- '
[ 1 gical and Electrical appliances of all kinds.
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' treating this old friend right in aIr -
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" need of timely u.ttcntion.
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We clean , repair and put in order
J timer of all kinds , from the costliest -
cst chronometers to te cheahpt
; i Roberts , The Jeweler
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asses n.ms t.fl a..n.ee w-wa
I Market Report.
White Corn . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . ' 13
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j f Hogs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.75
" Buttcr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12/c
, i ! : Eggs. ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16c
'i ' ' Dr.R.P. Robertsdentist
over Kings Pharlnacy.
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.r"K'XLn " itiGi32 : Y6aserisi ! i1 Sft3idLLaIL .
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Excursion to Ericson.
On October 31st thc Burling
ton will sell round. trip ticket
from Palls City to Ericson at far
and one third. Special train
leaves Aurora at 7:00 : a. m. , returning -
turning thc same da \ ' . tl'akc
your refreshments as Ericson can
not at this time accommodate it
large crowd.
A very successful effort is be-
ing made to establish a summer
resort for Nebraskans upon the
shores of a beautiful island lake
within walking distance of Eric-
son station. Already a hundred
representative citizens of thc
state have interested themselves
in this project. This excursion
will afford an excellent opportu-
nity to inspect this resort. Ex-
ccllcnt hunting and fishing is in
thc vicinity of Ericson. I shall
be glad to give yon further in-
formation.-G. Stewart , agent ,
C. B & Q. ran road.
Everything new at thc cider
mill at thc creamery building
building four blocks north of thc
Douglas mi11. \Vc guarantee all
thc cider from your app1es.
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LOCAL AND . . PERSONAL
Solon Pi : lmcr's pcrfumc. City
Pharmacy.
Claude Albright is visiting in
Dawson this wcek.
New I goods received c\'cry week
at BOil Ton l\lillenery.
Mrs. L. C. Manger was a Dawson -
son visitor \Vcdncsday.
'Vall paper at reduced priccs.
City Pharmacy.
Dr. 1 lcming left for Omaha
last 1 ' .Tuesday.
\Vc guat"c111tec our paints. City
Pharmacy.
Fred Keller was in this city
thc first of the wcek.
J no. Powcll left on the n. & M.
for St. Louis last l\Ionc1ay.
Blanche Kcrr returned from St.
Louis tl'ucsday afternoon.
George Clc\'elandmade a busi-
ness trip to St. Joseph t1\ucsday.
Lead pencils given away at
King's with each 5 cent tablct.
A. \Vanl1cr sells everything
nceded in the school 1'00111.
A new line of Hats just rec ' \ ' -
ed at Mrs. Breithaupt's.
Vvc have experienced plumbers
and will do your work reasonable
- Crook and Co.
Sweet cider and pure cider vinegar -
egar 20c a gallon at Hcd's feed
storc.
The school children arc invited
to call at Wanncrs for their
school supplies ,
Whitaker Brothers land
excursion Tuesday , No . .
vember 1 , 1904.
1\Irs.Ed Eaton of Auburn spent
a part of this week with friends
in this city.
Mrs. Breithaupt has just rc
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ceived a new line of hats and in-
vites thc ladies to call and sec
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thcm.
Remember thc first number of
the Sphinx club lecture course
tomorrow night at hc Gch Ii ng.
G. " \ \\riltse will sell Poland
China Hogs at his place south of
Dawson October 28.
Cider and pure apple gutter at
thc new cider mill at the creamery -
cry building-
Mrs. Jno. \Vilson was a B. & M.
passenger for Mound City last
1'uestlay.
Hess Stock food good for every
animal. Price only 85.00 per hun-
dred. Why pay marc ? For
sale at A. \Vanncr's. .
The ladies of thc Methodist
church gave a ten cent tea at thc
home ofV , S. Leyda last Fri-
day c\'cning. A very enjoyable
time WilS had by thc large crowd
presen t.
\Vanncr is thc place to buy
your pens , ink , pencils and tab-
lcts.
Go to A. G. 'Vanncr for all
kinds of school supplics.
Mrs. 1.4ulu Henry of Kcntucky
visiting with her parents .
and Mrs. Knickcl'hocl\'cr
Mrs. Kline , wife of Rev. Kline
is recovering from a painful in-
jury. ' .l'hree weeks ago she ' ) rokc
one of thc small bones of her
right foot and has beets confined
to thc house since then. She
was ! able to ride out \Vedncsday
A baby boy made his appear-
ancc at thc home of ? Ir. and Mrs.
Paul Weaver at COl'dcll , Ok.Oct.
20th. Mother and child are re-
portcd as doing splcndidly , while
Jack Crook with becoming grace
nerves thc honors of a g-randfath-
e r.
Roosevelt or Parker .
Burkett or BrYlin. You
must choose between
these when you vote for
legislative candidates.
trhc ladies arc invited to call
and look over thc new line of
hats Just received at Mrs. Breith-
ttlpt's.- I
A foot ball game between Salem
and Palls City high schools : resulted -
sulted in a victory for Falls City
in a score of 5 to O.
Crook and Co. , have thc best
line of fencing in town. Call
and sec it.
New Subscribers.
The foil owing names have been
added to trhe t1\ribunc's circulation -
tion since our last issue. C. } 4' .
Peabody , Wm. Zocllcr , John Ho-
back , Hcnry Shaw jr , Frank Cra-
bill , O. C. Avers , Jason trimmcr-
man , Gurlcy Alexandcr , George
Heichcrs , Marie Crotty , Geo. II.
Rueg-ge , David Derry , Jacob
Mack , Mary E. \ViHse , A. Peal ,
' 1' . J. Damon , Gilbert Wood , A.
Graham , H. C. Fischer , Bert
Veach , G. LJoncs , John IIcrsch-
berger , A. g. Bacon , G G. Alex-
ander , Chas. Atwood.
Ain't it the Truth !
HOW GmrS J ISS.
The Horton girl bows her stately head ,
AJJC fixes her pretty lip
In a HI'IIl hard 'aytlieu lets 'cm g-o
And sip , : umtl sips , and sips.
The L'airvicw girl with a hungry look ]
And tightly fastened eyes
Snatches her kiss like one closing a hook
'I'hcn right shout turns amid } flies.
'I\he I'\alls City girl has a way of hCI'own
In a soulful clinging way ,
She takes a kiss that's just as big
As a wagon load of hay.
'l'he Highland girl gets a gdp on herself
And carefully takes off her hat ;
She grabs thc man in a frenzied way
I4ilce a terrier shaking a mt.
The Ilohinson girl says never a wont
She's so gents : , timid and tame ;
Aft she sweetly smiles and gently sighs
But she gets there just the s mc.
But if you want a perfect kiss
'I'hat will set your head hi a whirl
You reach thc acme of earthly bliss
'Vhcn you kiss a Hiawatha girl.
Hiawatha \Vorld

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