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Vul. II. N To. 6 FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 10 , 1905. \V hole No. 58
At noon Feu. , 5th at the homc
of the brides pan.nts who reside
r tire miles northwest of Falls City
\1' Hubert Saylor aid Miss Nct-
tic 'l'hornhl1rg" were united in
marriage , the l cg , E. Haskins
of the Falls City Brethren church
ot1 dating' . 'rhe ) ' were attended
byr No l 'l'hornunrg" a brother
: - of the bride and Miss Maude
. loore , Miss 1' uth Moore playing
, the wedding" march. After thc
. I ceremony :1 bountiful \vcddiUg
feast was scn'cd. 'l'he young peo-
ple will reside near Morri11. Kas.
\ It. . nnd / Mrs. U. M. Saylor of
\ lorri11. Kas. . are parents of the
. Among : the g'l1csts'cre the
\f't' \ following : \ [ r. and : \Irs. F. M.
r. , 'Thornburg. lcssrs Frank :4khty ,
f \Vesley Rose , Misses Uric Cook ,
\ lay Cook , Rutlt Moore , Maude
\Ioorc [ , Nay , Claude and Robert
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BurnS-Ct ! nlentS.
Willit' Burns and Lettie Cle-
U1l'nts were married at the home
of the btidc's unde Jesse Wearer
. . . . . . . . _ , , .
" in \'ertlou 011 Ut'sday 1 evening ,
February 7. PJ05. One of the
greatest odaj events of the season -
. son in this vicinity and one which
rohb Yerdol1 of one of its fair-
est was the wedding which we
Promptly at eight o'clock Let-
tie ClementsVcarer and \Vi1lie
. . . .
. Hum mRrd1t'd to a beautiful cor-
net which had been decorated by
1 Nellie \Ve\\'cr and were joined
I in thl holy bond oi matritf'llmy
. in 1 the presence : of j bout tiity
; guests . by lxc\ Hohn of the Con-
gT" gauonal church. The bride
: ' w\l\ \ has lived here with her n11-
de and aunt for a number of
years has made . a host of it iend
. ' She tvis aSrcd in : 1.- } _ white .
mohair trimmed with lace : f11d
ribbon , the gr. ) ont wore tlH.111 -
\11\1onn1 black ,
. : c Mr . Burn iti i a young fat met
nf : . obi hah1t . Their many ,
t friends join in wishing ; them : 'I'
hm ; ± md l'r\'perol1 jOUn1 ( ) '
through h1' ( . Many , costly and
ilseful present , were re : cited. i
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\ - \-nnkh3uSei-
Miss : Christine Fankhm and
Ch.tsP.rr t \-0 weB known young
people ' of Spicer township : , were
111\rricd at high noon . \Vednesday
tit the home of the brides parents
John F'ankhtuser and wife the
ceremony being performed by
1eEmil L"hrer of the German
dorm church at Humboldt. A ,
large crowd of invited relatives i
! CLEAN YOUR WALK.
'l'here arc a I number of sidewalks : in this city that ha\ ' .
not had the snow cleaned off of them since the recent snow.
Thc following is on the ordiuTnce books of thc city of Falls
City with regard to tIlls matter and it would be well for peo-
ple to note its contents and abide by its provisions :
"Sec. 11-1'hat every owner or occupant of any house or
other building . or the owner or proprietor , lessee or person
entitled to thc possession of any vacant lot and any person
having charge of any jailor public hall or public building in
this city , shall during thc winter season and during the win-
ter season ! : and during the time the snow shall continue on thc
ground by IJ o'clock on each morning- clear the sidewalks in
front of such lots ] froth snow and ice and keep free thcrefrom
during the dad j orshall , in case the now and ice arc so con-
g'ealed that it cannot be removed without injury to thc side-
\ \ alk cause the said snow lIld ice to be strewn with ashes or
sand. and shall also , at all timcs keep such sidewalk clear and
free from dirt , filth or other obstructions or ncumbrances , so
as to allow citi : ens to easily and safely use said sidewalks and
every person whose duty it is to keep said sidewalk as hereinbefore -
before provided , who shall neglect or refuse to comply with
this section , shall be tined in any sum not more than $10.00.
In case of unrepresented , non-resident property owner the
thcclmmittc ( on sidewalks : shall have such walks cleared ofT
and report the expense to the city council who shall direct
the clerk to certify such expense to the county cleric a5 taxes
be levied and collected such
to \ . . . on property.
"Sec 11-'l'hat.anr person whose duty it is under Sec-
tion 11 of this ordinance to clean oIl and remove the snow or
I ice from any sidewalk or sidewalks in said city of Falls City
. who shall fail l to remove and clean off thc snow and ice from
such sidewalk or sidewalks as herein rCQuired shan forfeit
and pay thc sum not less than $1.00 or more than $10.00 for
each and every failure , and s'hall be liable for any and all
dnntgca1 ed to the city or to any person ur persons by rea-
Soon of or on account of the failure to remove thc snow or ice
from such sidewalk or side\\t1ks.
"SeC' 13-It shaH be thc duty of the chief of police of thc
j city to see that the provisions of sections 11 and 12 of this ordinance -
dinance arc enforced "
and friends were pn.'sent. The
couple will lire l on the g-room's
farm nine miles south of IImn-
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So roS S.
The Sorosi : club met in regular : -
1ar session : \ \ 'ednesdaernoon
in the council rooms of thc Li-
b1'1rs ' buil ingA committee
from Friends in Council was in
attendance to co-opcrate with the
club lot entcrtaiment of delegates
during the district convention to
beheld in Falls City March 21
and ' 22. After the matter was
disposed of satisfactorily ' the literary -
crary program was g-h'en lrs.
A. G. \Vea ' er read a paper on
social reform which was along
the line of \\Tag-ner's "Simple
Life " This produced an animat-
cd discussion in which most of
the members took part. The cur
rent topic "The necessities and
Superfluities of life" proved interesting -
teresting and instructive by the
exchange of individual ] opinions
of all the ladies present. Club
adjourned to meet February 22
with 1rs. \ \ ea\'er.
\Vedncsday morning a hire
building a fire at Hall S Green-
wald's Shoe parlor Frank Green-
wald had the misfortune to severely -
\'N(1) injure his left hand. The
fire was almost out so Mr. Green-
wad lifted up the magazine to
take out the coal in thc sto\'e.
The magazine started to fall and
in catching it his left hand was
caught between it and the outer
part of the stove smashing . At
this writing the hand is not quite
so painful and in time if it keeps .
on at the present rate will be as
sound as c\'cr.
Death of Henry Rieger. ' t
Henry ieg-cr , another one of
Richardson County's Pioneer ,
passed to thc great beyond at his
home in this city at i:20 : a. m. 011
Tuesday , February i , 1905 , .t .
the age of iO years , 2 months and
Henry Ricg'er was horn il1
Byron , Germany , on NO\'cmbcr a
Ii , 1834. He came with his par-
cnts to this countiy in 18.t , and " ,
settled in Cook county , II1. , whcn- '
hc resided until 18h , when he
came to this county , settling 011
thc farm 6 miles cast of this city
where-he resided until about '
- seven -
en years ago when he came to y
this ci ty where he made his home
until the time of his dcath.
He was married in 1854 to Miss
Selia EHrich to which union
n ere born 8 children , Mrs. Carrie , ,
Schaible , \Irs. Il'rman Zocllcrs ,
lrs. 1I. J. Schaible , Charles !
\Villiam , Edward , and Henry of
this county and lrs. Rosa Bank "
of l.-'ortescuc , i\Io. his wife pre-
ceded him to the grave in 1891. ]
He was again married in 189S
to Irs. Lawler , who with the
children above mentioned sur-
vive to mourn his loss.
Mr. Rieger was a member of
the German Evangelical church
of this city and always lived l up tt
to the teachings of its doctrine.
' 1'he funeral was held from the
family residence in this city , the
services being conducted by Rev.
Ianshardt of the German Evangelical -
gelical church and the remains l
were followed to their last rcst-
big place in Zion cemetery , 6
miles northeast of this city by a
large concourse of sorrowing
friends and relati\'es. )
The sincerest sympathy of the ,
many friends are extended to the .
sorrowing relatives in this their
hour of grief ann sadness. i
Marriage Record. I
The following licenses were is-
suced by County Judge Wilhite :
Jacob Witis.ntan Rulo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; a , l
Olive Iurft-e. Rulo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Marri.d by Judge Wilhite Pcb,2. 1705. :
\\"illIamHurns.Y'rdon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
LetricM.ClementYcrdol1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1"
Robert Sas-Ior. Merrill Ku , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 ! 1
Nettir Thornbur5r , Falls C11y. . . . . . . . . . . . . 211
Charles Porro Dl1llo1lo.N(1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Chrl.tcna Faukhaaser . fum1Kldt. . . . . . . . . . . 27
William Stach , yerdon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,30
Leona Sheffer Salem. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3i 1 ' f
Two New States. ,
Oklahoma G ncl Indian Territory - ,
tory have been admitted to statehood -
hood , as one state to be known as ; ,
Oklahoma. New Mexico was al-
so admitted to statchood. Ari-
zona was refused admittance for
the prcsen t.
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