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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1905)
J. J. Jones of Salem was in
David Bowen was up from
Reserve Friday ,
E. E. Auxirr was down from
Verdon last 1 4\riday.
Erma and Lulu Price were in
Neal Thornton wa a Rule
I visitor on Sunday.
. , , , Mrs Ira Houtz was down from I
Verdon on Saturday.
Howard Long was a Stella vis-
tor the first of the week.
A. A. Walker of Verdon was
a business visitor here Friday.
S. B. Moore of Beatrice was in
town the latter part of last week.
J. T Weddle and wife of Stella
r were Falls City visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Cunningham of Rule was
in town on Saturday doing some
. -t- Gene Fitzgerald went to St.
Joe the latter part of last week on
Mrs. Ed Hayes left Saturday
for Auburn to spend a few days
. ' with her parents.
Fred Oswald left Monday for
ti Jasper , Wyoming , where he will
spend some time.
' Rose Anna Bowen of Reserve
were Falls City visitors the lat-
. ter part of last week
J. J. Morris and wife went to
Kansas City Saturday to visit
their son for a few days.
A new sidewalk is being laid
on the east side , of Stone street
between seventh and eighth.
' ) Warren Schaible was down
from Auburn and spent Sunday
with his parents in this city.
Willard Sears and Charles
Cornell attended the Fields Day
exercises at Salem Saturday.
George Jones came up from
Margrave's ranch Saturday and
spent Sunday with his parents
in this city.
1 t - C. G.Humphrey of the Verdon
. , Vedette spent Sunday with
relatives in this city , returning
home Monday afternoon.
Stella and : May Johnson of
Verdon visited with their uncle ,
Will Price , and family in , this
city the latter part of last week.
Mrs. A. R. Bentley and little
daughter came up from St. Joe
Sunday for a visit with her par-
entsMr and Mrs G. S. Albright.
f Mrs. Ida Green returned to her
' < , ; home in Kansas Saturday after
( 'r spending a week with her parents ,
George Story , and wife in this
' - city.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Harris and
daughter , Helen , came down from
' \f \ # Shubert and spent Sunday visit-
ing at the home of Sheriff Hos-
T. L. Hall of Verdon spent a
, few days the latter part of the
week in this city visiting his
brother , George , and attending to .
, some business matters
The members of Carley Post ,
G. A. R. , of this city , are talking
of holding a district reunion of
the old soldiers here some time
this summer. The matter is yet
in the experimental stage and no
definite plans have been made
nor has any attempt been made
at organization. It is understood
that the old soldiers at Tecum-
seh , Falls City and Humboldt are
favorable to the project of hold-
ing the reunion in this city and
those at Nebraska City will prob-
ably fall in line when the matter
is broached to them. If matters
take a favorable turn those who
arc interested in the holding of
the reunion will undoubtedly per-
fect an organization and make an
effort to give the best reunion
that has taken place in ihe his-
tory of the district. Auburn
The Hiawatha World runs
some very interesting pictures
last week under the heading
"Some , Bits of Brown County
Scenery. " One of the pictures
was of two little girls , one about
twenty-five years ot age and the
other about twenty sitting with
their feet in a babbling brook
and their skirts comfortably
tucked above-considerably above
their knees. There was some
kind of a background ! of rocks , or
woods , or prairie or something or
other , but altogether it was quite
a strking "bit of Brown county
Rev Father Smith , of Fans
City , conduct services at St
John's Episcopal church Sunday
evening. These of his parish-
ioners accompanioned him here
for the service : Mrs. H. B.
Smith , Misses Lois and Alice
Keeling , Oddie Lapp , Marguerite
and Edna Horricks , Jessie and
Mary Paxton , Hazel Jellison ,
and Harry Hughes , Bart Messier ,
Sidney Lapp , Jack Jellison , Jeff
and Lynn Horricks , Reed Burch-
ard , Tom Palmer and Geo. Culp.
A great deal of trade from the
south of Falls City could be se-
cured , by the proper method , that
now goes to other towns simply
through our apparent indiffer-
ence. There are very few men
across the Kansas lir.e who do
their shopping here. If a good
band was secured to give Satur-
day afternoon concerts it would
help materially in drawing people
here , and would more than pay
the expense for such an enter-
The usual weekly club shoot
was held Friday of last week.
Dr. Fred Keller was the winner
he shot rings around the other
boys and closed with the good
score of 23 out of 25. Fred Os-
wald was second with 21 out of
25. Gus Falsken came down to
shoot with the club and for a
time looked like a sure winner
but he fell down on the last ten.
Mrs. J. : ' . Slocum and Miss
Carrie and Mr. and 1'lrs. H M
Jennc of Falls City and E.
Wheeler spent Sunday at G. L.
S10cum's- tella Press
Daniel Sarvis , Scip Stringfield
and George Wixon of Stella were
in town Friday consulting a law-
yer with reference to the municipal -
pal affairs of their home clty.
Miss Bess Lear came up from
White Cloud Friday and visited
Helen Fowler until Saturday and
from here went to Hiawatha to
work in the telephone offiice.
Mrs Bettie York , of Watson , .
Mo. , is visiting in Auburn. Mrs
York is 93 years of age and has
more than one hundred descendents -
ents , from children to great ,
An Auburn piano merchant
got in a car load of instruments
the other day and had a parade
of wagons filled with the empty :
boxes. A band led the proces- :
sion about town.
Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph went
to Atchison last Saturday in an-
swer to a telegram stating the ,
formerfs mother was seriously in. .
They were accompanied by a
niece who has been visiting them. .
Mrs. Charles Henderson of
Verdon accompanied by her
daughter , Mrs. Hattie Dodder.
visited Francis Maddox Saturday.
They left in the evening for Rule
to visit at the home of Dr. Robert
An absent minded professor at
the state university walked with
one foot on the curb and the other
in the gutter and thought he was
suddenly lame. One of the girl :
students ran into his study fright-
ened almost to death. ' " 0 , professor -
lessor , " she cried , "I'm so scared.
I've swallowed a pin. " "Never
mind , my dear , " said the professor
soothingly without looking
up , fumbling the lapel of his
vest , "here's another onc. "
. Money to Loan.
Annual interest , privilege to. .
pay part or all interest pay day.
Low rates. Mortgages bought.
Some good mortgages for sale in i
various amoun ts. Lands for
Henry C. .smith.
Why Suffer From R.humatism1
Why suffer from rheumatism
when one application of Chilm- ;
berlain's Pain Balm will relieve
the pain ? The quick relief which
this liniment affords makes rest
'and sleep possible , and that alone
is worth many times its cost.
Many who have used it hoping
on-ly for a short relief from suffer
ing have been happily surprised
to find that after awhile the relief -
lief became permanent 1'lrs. V.
H. Leggett of Yum Yum , Ten
nessee , U. S. A. Writes "I am
a great sufferer from rheumatism ,
all over , from head to foot , and
Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the
only thing that will relieve the
pain. " For sale by Kerr's Drug
I toreS ,
Lega' ' Notice.
In tie Rlch\rI'"on county district court ,
State of Nebraska , '
Robert C. Glenn , PlalntltT , j
Arvllio A. Hlmlll , 'nccresa t ; .
'Vortlmm , Simeon wortltam 1\he
State Hank of UII UOIR , flu ibis ,
Nebraska , M. W. 1\I1I1IIolmnn , J. V.
Hatlken , 'rho unknown heirs of J.
P. Lore , deceased nllll The Inter. ;
national Harvester COlllpall . Da
To \v.lussclntub The IInlmown heirs
of J. P. Lore deceased and ' the Interl.ntlonal
harvester Company , non.rellhlent defciui
aunt : .
You nalll each of you will take notice that
the plaintiff , Robert C. Hlmln. did on
the 14th day ' of April , 1905 , fill Ills petition \
In the district court of Richardson county .
Nebraska , wherein ho prays for the foreclosure
of certain mortgages therein described , nlfahlllt
Lots 3. 4 , S. 6 , 19. 20 , 21 allli 22. In Block 89 ,
and Lots 21 , 221 23 and 24 In mock )0 , all
In the city of bails City , Richardson county ,
Nebraska all of which mortgages led been
theretofore executed by Alhlllllln N. Glenn (
nllli Arvillo A. Glum to parties muted therein
allli of which this plaintiff IR Ilrelllnt ! owner
and hohler. Which mortgages wem Riven
to secure various Rlllltl of monl'y aggregating
$7840.64 , together with acculllulatiollR of In-
tereRt , unpaid , ulltlluntlnlr to about $3.000,00.
and cOlltallllnlf a prayer for the foreclosure
of the several mortgages mentioned , allli
that an account bo taken of the amount dUI
and unpaid Oil the same , and a decree by the
court requlrlnll' payment thereof wlthlll n
short day , or In default that thin mortgaged
prelll18eR above described be sold , aH on execution -
ecution to satisfy the saute and the costs of
And you are further notified . that defend.
ants , M. w. MUHHl'1nlan and J. V. Ratlken
claim ROllle kind of lien on said premises by
a judll'lIIent III tilt District court , and you
arc hereby notified that the prayer In lIalll
petition IR that said judlfment bo helll subject
to the mortgages owned by the plaintiff. and
requires you to Ret lip the nature and status
of said claim , or late Rallle will be declared
null and volll and held for nauA'ht. And the
unknown heirs of J. 1' . Lore deceased , whose
names and residences arc shown to the court
to be unknown to the plaintiff hy proper
affidavit allll upon the order of his hllllor ,
Judge Babcock being advised of said fact ,
this publication alfalnRt Imlll IInknowl heirs
III made , as shown by order of the court granted
lit said cause allli filed of record therein.
Unknown helrR of J. : P. Lore deceased , arc
therefore notified that according to the prayer !
of Ralll petition , the judlfement held by theh'
ancestor , J. P. Lore , is alleged to be dormant
and subject to the lien on till real estate
ownell by Addison N. Glenn In his life tlllle
and of which he died Ielzed. And that unlellll
Raid unknown heirs shall plead , answer or
demur to this petition , aR III hereinafter re-
qulred said judgment of J. 1' . Lore , deeelRed ,
In the District court of Richardson county ,
State of Nebraska , alCllllllt the lIalll deceased
Addison N. Glenn , wilt be hchl for naught
and decree entered accordlnlCly. .
And the Raid non-resldeut defendant ' The
International Harvester Company , III also
alleged In Raid petition for foreclosure , to
be the holder of ROllle kind of judgment
aA'\ln'lIt thu said Addison N Glenn . which
Is alleged In said petition to be no longer
a lien on the real estate described III said
petition and unless the Ralll ulIlUlo\Vn non
resident defendants and each and all of thlJlIl
plead answer or delllur to Raid petition on
or before the Sth day of June , 1905 the same
will be taken all true and the decree therein
prayed will be entered accordhlllh'
RnAVIS & RnAvIs
68-4 Attorneys for Plaintiff
In the County Court of Richardson COllllt ,
In the matter of probating an authenticated -
Bated COP of the last will and testalllent of
Margaret Rebecca Whiteford , deceased
Notice III hereby given to all persons In.
terested that George D. Kirk hall deposited
In said Court an hlRtrulllent pun1llrllnil' tu
be an authenticated copy of the last will
and testament of Ralll Margaret Rebecca
SVltiteford late of I1arford County In the
state of Maryland , decc.sed. It III ordered
that the RalllO be heard by the Court on the
13th day . of May , 11))5. ( ) at 9 o'clock a. m" , In
the C.unt ) ' Court room In Falls City , In said
County , when atlll where all persons Inter.
cllted may appear and contest the probate
By order of the Court , dated April 24th ,
[ SnAl. ) J. R. whL1IzT1 ? ,
69-3 Judge of salll Court.
First publication May S. 1905
Notice III hereby IClven that Frank Hlakene
has filed his petition with the board of county
supervisors signed by the requisite nUII\-
her of freeholders of Nemaha precinct
In RlchardRon county Nebraska aRkln" ,
that a Roloon license b3 ( granted him tll
sell malt spirituous and vinous liquors ,
on Lot 13 , Mock 0 , lu Nlllls City In Nl.-
Malta precinct , Richardson count ) ' . . Nebraslcl
J. C. TANNI ,
70-3t Count Cleric. , -
Belle Edwards ,
Plaintiff , ,
David Edwards ,
' [ ' ue defendant David Edwards will take
notice that the plaintiff did , on the 2nll day
of 1. a ) ' . 1905 , file hcr petition In the district
court of Richardson count ) ' . Nebraska , the
object and prayer of which arc to obtalll a
decree of divorce from said defendant on
the grounds and for the reason that Ialll
defendant has wlthollt just cause been guilty
of extreme cruelty towards thlll plaintiff
and has failed and refused to provide for
her support thoullh' sufficient ablllt to
do so The said defendant will plead to
said petition on or before June 19th , 1905 , or
the same will be taken as true and the decree
of divorce prayed for will be rendered.
BELLE EDWAItI > s.
RUAVJS & REAVJS. Plaintiff.
' ' for PItt. '
A stick pin with gold nugget
setting. Finder please return to
Mrs. Maud \Vighton.
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