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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MARCH 13 , 1908
atrtiMtffHfi rmr.'wrc iwrw * * : !
when eating , that your food $ a of
highest : wholesomeness 'that It has
nothing * in it that can injure o.v
distress you makes the repast
doubly comfortable and. satisfactory *
This supreme confidence you
have when the food is raised with
The only baking powder made
with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
There can be no comforting confi
dence when eating alum , baking pow
der food. Chemists say thac more or
less of the alum powder in unchanged
alum or alum salts remains in the food *
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After Lost Races
The Tribune this wed : received
a beautiful sample line of gradu
ating cards , which we will be
pleased lo show to all interested.
It is only a short 'time until the
class of 1908 will bo before the
foot lights and you will want to
tell your friends about it in the
proper way , which ia by a neat
and beautiful invitation , and
which we can furnish at a moder
ate cost. Come in and scce our
line and get our prices.
.Tickling or dry concha will
quickly 1 o O-B o n when using Dr.
Shoop's Cough Cure. And It Is so thor
oughly harmless , that , Dr. Sheep tulle
mothers to use nothing else oven with
very young babies. The wholesome
green leaves and tender sterna ot a
lung healing mountainous shrub fur
nish the curative properties to Dr.
Shoo jt's Cough Cure. It calms the
cough ami heals the sensitive bronl-
chlal membranes. N o opium , no
chloroform , nothing harsh used to In
jure or suppress. Demand Dr. Shoop's.
Take no other. Sold by all dealers.
A largo assortment of Campbell's
Stains and Floor Finishes have just
been received by Morsnmn Drug Co.
These Stains are unequalled for statnt
Ing and varnishing furniture and In-
talor woodwork. The floor llnlsh Is
very durable and suitable for all doors.
Ask for color card.
A Life At Stake
Your life may bo at stake when you
notice any sign of kidney or bladder
trouble as Height's disease and diabetes
start with a slight Irregularity that
could bo quickly cured by Foloy's Kid
ney Remedy. Commence taking It tit
the first sign of danger. Kcrr's Phar
Only $2.00 A Year.
During the one week of March
23 to 28 , inclusive , the Lincoln
Daily News will accept $2 from
mail subscribers for a whole year
to April 1 , 1909 , the regular
price being S3.
This cut in price is made pos
sible by taking traveling solici
tors from the road and doing
business with the readers direct ,
giving them the savings in
salaries , railroad fares , hotel
bills , etc. The News is a regular
$3 paper , but by this method you
can save $1.
This will be a great year in
Nebraska and you will want a
daily paper. One that's not
alraid to say right out what it
thinks. No office holders or
office seekers arc interested in
this paper. It's run on the square
deal plan , under no obligation to
political bosses. Aren't you in
terested in the fight that is being
made in Nebraska for every body's
good ? If you are , send in your
$2 and get this live paper all
through the campaign and
through the next legislature.
Keep tab on what is being done.
The people will never get what's
their rightful due until they go
after it. The News will always
be found helping you to get
Remember the bargain week
March 23 to 28. The price will 1
be $3 after that week and it's a
good bargain at even that higher
A Notice to Farmers
We have a Full Line of Buggies ,
Carriages and Miller Wagons , also a
Full Line of St. Joe Implements and
a Full Line of Racine-Sattley Imple
Prices are the Lowest
CALL and inspect these goods be
fore buying elsewhere , and we also
handle FIVE Different grades of
from the three home mills , Falls City ,
Preston and White Cloud.
McCUMBER & GLAZE
Preston , : : : : Nebraska.
Bishop Left Thousands for
Public bequests of more th.in
$80,000 arc contained in the will
of the lute lit. Rev. George
\Vorthiiitftoii , Episcopal bishop
of Nebraska , who died in France
and whose will has been presented -
ed for probate at PHlslield ,
Mass. The estate is estimated
to be worth $150,000 and is to go
to the widow of the testator for
use during her lifetime.
Upon the death of Mrs.
Worthington numerous bequests
are to be distributed. They
include the following :
Piye hundred dollars each to
the Olarkson memorial hospital ,
Omaha ; Brownell hall. Omaha ;
the diocesan fund lor the dis
abled clergy , and the widows
and orphans ot clerpymen in the
diocese of Nebraska ; Ilobart
college , Geneva , N. Y. , the
general theological seminary ,
New York and $15,000 to the
domestic and foreign mission ,
ary society of the Protestant
Episcopal church ol the United
Ten thousand dollars is to be
set aside as the Bishop Worthington -
ington fund , to be administered
by the trustees of the cathedral
chapter of the board of associ
ations of the diocese of Nebras
ka , the income to be used for
The diocese of Nebraska is
given $4,500 for the purpose of
increasing the Episcopal fund.
As residuary legatee the will
names the fund for disabled
clergy , widows and orphans of
clergymen in the diocese of [
Nebraska and the scholarship
fund of Brownell hall , Omaha.
The Nation's Supreme Asset.
A nation's supreme asset is in
the children. The child is not
only the father of the man but
also the father of the nation
that is to be. The people who
have the largest care for the
child , make the most generous
provision for its welfare , for
its development , both as to
body mind and heart , are neces
sarily making for themselves
the largest provision for their
own effective and successful *
tuture , and are laying the firm
est foundations on which to
build with the "gold , silver and
precious stones" that shall give
splendor and glory to the
structure that is to be.
England today Is an example
of what industrialism will al
ways do to its own civilization
when unchecked and unbridled
by the restraint oi wholesome
legislation for the child. The
physical decadence of modern
England , which is no mere fear
of an excessively critical and
tearful modernism , but a pain-
ful fact , a fact that discounts
all that modern England aims to
do for herself or for the world ;
it is all the fruit , and the neme
sis too , of the cruel greed and
shortsightedness of industrial
England. She was before us in
the industrial world two gener
ations or more , and the English
cotton weaver , woolen weaver ,
silk weaver , carpet weaver , the
English iron and steel worker ,
the potter and the miner , work
ed for the world. And what did
England do , what has she done
until very recent days ? She
has Hung her child into her
own cruel , grinding industrial
world for three generations
without education , without
physical fitness , underfed , unwholesomely -
wholesomely housed , pinched ,
dwarfed , stunted , anaemic , and
this child has produced after
And we today are facing just
this danger of robbing the child
by the pushing , crowding greed
of our growing industrialism.
Industrialism holds the child
cheap and always will. There
A Narrow Escape
Many people have u narrow cscauo
from pneumonia and consumption as a
result of a cold that bangs on. Folcy's
Honey anil Tar" cures coughs and colds
no matter how deep seated and pre
vents pneumonia and consumption.
Refuse substitutes. Kerr's Pharmacy.
is no soul in it. It lias the
spirit ) of the Egyptian task
masters and would make the
modern child make brick with
A child sent to the real busi
ness of life denied these will
fail to accomplish its destiny ,
and will turn on the civilization
that BO robs it , and will become
Opened To Settlement.
The Shoshone irrigation
enterprise in the Big Horn Basin
of Wyoming on which the Uni
ted States government is spending -
ing $ ' 1,000,000 is being rapidly
What is known as the Corbett
Tunnel , 17,000 feet long , has
just been completed and through
it , what is known as the Gar
land Government canal will
supply water this spring to I-- ,
000 acres of public land. This
land is open to homestead entry
under the usual rules modified
by the provisions of the Recla
mation Act. Continuous resi
dence is required and practic
ally nothing is charged for the
land , the government merely
charging the settler his prorata
share of the cost to the govern ,
ment of the irrigation works.
In this particular project this
amounts to $15 an acre , and the
settler is expected to pay * -1.50
an acre per yenr and has ten
years in which to pay the full
amount. These terms are very
favorable especially when it is
remembered that no interest is
charged by the government on
the deferred payments.
The government has prepared
plats showing the location and
size of each of the farm units ,
any one of which the settler may
This land is located along
the Shoshone river in the heart
of the Big Horn Basin , which
lies between the Big Horn
mountains on the east and the
nuiin range of the Rockies on
the west , with connecting mountain -
ain ranges north and south.
The situation is well sheltered ,
the climate is line and the soil
as rich as any in America , and
produces abundant crops of
oats , barley , wheat , potatoes ,
sugar beets , alfalfa and garden
truck. Water is plentiful and
pure and there is plenty of
timber and coal.
Anyone who is thinking of
settling in a new region will do
well to investigate this splen
High Priced Fiddle.
Five hundred cold plunks for
a fiddle !
This was the price paid Mon
day for a violin owned by D , L.
Brush , an Auburn man.
The purchaser was John T.
Cox , the cashier of the Bank of
Howe. There are people who
will be of the opinion that there
never was a violin made worth
the amount and yet , the wise
ones who know the facts realize
that Mr. Cox had got a bargain.
The instrument that he pur
chased is a rare one there being
but few of the make in the
United States , or in the world
for that matter. It was a Jacob
Greiner , made 273 years ago , erin
in 1710 by one of the master
violin makers of that time.
What the real value of this
instrument may be is a hard
matter to determine , but any
virtuoso in the land who learns
of the fact will realize that Mr.
Cox got the violin at bargain
counter values even ii he did
giye $500 for it.
§ 100 paid by Dr. Sheep for any re
cent case of grippe or cold that a 25c
box of Preventlcs will not break. How
is this for an oiler ? The Doctor's su
preme confidence in these little Candy
Cold Cure Tablets Proventlcs Is cer
tainly complete. It's a S100 against
25e pretty big odds. And Preventlcs ,
remember , contain n o quinine , no
laxative , nothing harsh nor sickening.
Pneumonia would never appear if colds
wore always broken. Safe and sure for
feverish children. 48 Preventlcs 2Sc.
Sold by all dealers.
fo rv ? * ttf * rfa r/ $ $ rvj t $ * fv ? 5 * $ fj & f
Chess. M. Wilson j
fr calls your attention to his lines of Dinnerware. 10 '
fr Stock Patterns to select from , Sold by the Set or |
frfr Piece. A complete line of Fancy China in Havilancl , fi
fr Bavarian , Austrian and German Chinas. See llm J
New Intagleo Glass , the finest decorated Glassware 5
ever shown in the city.We also have a complete J
ilt stock of Groceries , Fruits and Vegetables. $
iltfr GARDEN SEEDS and ONION SETS. Jj
EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES at
CSias. M. Wilson's |
fj * i t'i * p fff ) V i * ft * * * # $ * * g * * § < * $ t
The Falls City Roller Mills |
a Docs a general milling' business , and manufactures the
8o following brands of flour
o SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN
C3O The above brands are gunrantecd to be of the highest pos
§ sible quality. We also manufacture all mill products and
conduct a general
Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business
and solicit a share of your patronage
P. S. Heacock & Son , Falls City , Neb. !
Entire change of program every Mon
day , Wednesday and Friday ,
Open Every Night at 7 p. m.
Adults - - - lOc
Children under i2
- - 5c
We solicit the patronage of the people
of Falls City and vicinity , especially La
dies and Children.
No picture exhibited in this show that
can offend the most refined.
& WALLER ,
A F@w Timely Suggestions ! j |
! A fewof the many things that YOU arc apt to be = 35
wanting this Spring always ready for Inspection E J
SI Stewart Horse-Clipping Machines on hand at
Ss : all times. = S
! = Also agents for Sure Hatch Incubators. = 5
Both of the above articles you will need soon. = 3
Leave your order NOW.
iE : See that new line of Stewart Rosewood Enafnel:3 !
ware in our south window. 13
g = Agency for those celebrated Majestic Ranges. 3
r ? A full line of Pittsburg Electric Weld Woven -
= Wire Fencing on hand.
sf Lowe Brothers' Paints and Varnishes. ffS
J. C. TANNER
j I Ours Are "Dependable" Goods FALLS CITY , NEB. 13
We are particularly anxious that you in
vestigate the character of our service , to the
end that you may become a permanent patron.
frfr Comparative Statement of Resources 4 §
frfr February sSth , 1903 $18,418.40
frfr February 27th , T9 < H 19,466.64 *
frfr February sSth , 19 ° 5 29,642.70 | ,
frfr February sSth , ! 9o6 30,179.49 < $
frfr February 8th , J9Q7 36,279.80 &
frfr February 2Sth , 1908 54,414.16
fr FARMERS STATE
Operating Under State Inspection and Control.