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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 21 , 1905.
T. J. MoKiever spent Sunday
Fred Brccht left Tuesday for
Wichita , Kansas.
Ilarve Braunum made a busi
ness trip to Wichita.
Will Smith was over from Merrill -
rill , Kan. , Friday last.
A. J. Weaver was a business
visitor in Lincoln Monday.
R , S. Coupe left Tuesday for
Wichita on a buisness trip.
Miss Etta Reichers spent Sun
day with Humboldt friends.
Mrs. J. Cronenberger has been
quite ill during the past week.
Miss Kitchen of St. Louis is in
the city the guest of Nolle Cain.
W. S , Leyda was a Missouri
Pacific passenger north last Tues
day. _ _
Bert Whi taker was a Wichita
business visitor the fore part of
Elva Sears , who has been very
sick at her home in this city is
W. S. Leyda and wife and J.
E. Leyda and wife were Shubcrt
visitors last Thursday.
Mrs. Sadie Nunns and chil
dren of Missouri are guests at
the home of S. B. Hoffnell.
Josephine Gehling left Tues
day afternoon for St. Joe to spend
several days with relatives.
John O'Lary left Friday for
Omaha after spending a few days
at the home of Mat Mahon.
Mrs. Owens , of Hassisonville ,
Mo , , is visiting at the home of
her cousin , Mrs. S. B. Hoffnell.
Miss Kirschner come up from
St. Joe to spend several davs.
She is the guest of Nelle Cain.
Messrs. Satterwhite , Blazer and
Stouffer , of the Falls City tele
phone gang , spent Sunday in
Miss Lyle pf Glen Elder , Kan. ,
is visiting Nell Cain in this city.
They were college students to
gether last year.
Leoura Camblin and Bennett
Cook , of this city , went to Stella
Friday to spsnd a week witli
\ . Frank Cook and family.
E. L. Yoder of this city and hu
cousin , Margaret Kaufman oi
Bertram ! were the guests of Merrill -
rill relatives one day last week.
M . Fred Hebster and family and
Martin Gehling and family drove
to the country Sunday and spenl
the day in the woods. They had
a pleasant time and enjoyed a
a fine basket dinner.
During the storm on Thursdaj
evening of last week lightning
struck the house of Ernest Brack
hahn south of tliis city. Owing
to the fact the family was all \i\ \
during the storm no one was hurt
The damage was very light.
Mrs. Maude Stuart and littl <
daughter , of Okmulgee , I. T.
who have been visiting at tin
home of her parents , P. H. Jus
sen and wife , left Tuesdav , ac
companied by Mr. Stuart am
Minnie Jussen , for a trip to Colorado
rado Springs , Estes Park an <
other Rocky mountain resorts
where they expect to spend tin
remainder of the summer.
The integrity of a man mus
be at a very low ebb indeed , wh
thinks it necessary to make
public exhibition of his ballot i
violation of laws , to convina
others that he is voting th
ticket of the party that has th
misfortune of having such cattl
among its alleged numbers. Th
less of such jumping jacks an
party is burdened with the bettei
One of our retired farmei
said yesterday , "I have 20 acre
of fall wheat that yielded 3
bushels per acre , 50 acres of tin
othy that cut 100 tons and hav
110 acres of corn that promises
better crop than any I have eve
had in 30 jears of fanning
With seasonable rains for tli
next forty days , Richardson wi
make the Klondike look like
Joe Miles went to Hiawatha on
George Fifer came down from
John Oswald was a Stella visit
or on Wednesday.
John J. Taylor , of Dawson ,
was in town Friday.
Chas. Cornell spent Wednesday
in Stella with friends.
F. Snethen , of Humboldt , was
a business visitor Friday.
G. S. Jameson came down from
Stella on business last week.
Harry Schraderof near Verdon
was shopping here Wednesday.
Willard Veils and wife of Ver
don came down on business Wed
Jay Parsons and wife of Ver
don were among Wednesday's
Albert timber was in Hiawatha
Wednesday evening and attended
a band concert.
J. H. Michel and family left
Sunday night for their future
home in St. Louis.
Clara Tanner is spending her
summer vacation with her brother
Will in Arapahoe.
Jean Cain returned Wednesday
from a visit with friends and re
latives in Hiawatha-
John Holland arrived in this
city Monday on a visit to his
wife and other relatives.
Mrs. Laura B. Paxton left Fri
day for Council Bluffs to spend
several days with relatives.
Charles Cornell and Harry
Messier were Humboldt visitors
the latter part of last week.
Sam Stewart and wife , of Re
serve , were guests .at the home
of J. M. DeWald last Sunday.
Mrs. Albert Norria went to
Stella Monday on a visit to her
daughter , Mrs. Ed Hammond.
Helen Martin left Monday for
a visit to relatives at Aledo , III
She expects to be gone several
Lena Nettleback went to Shu-
bert Monday to spend a week
with her brother , Will , and
Kate McMahon and brothei
Cecil left Tuesday for Jackson ,
Mich , for an extended visit witli
Meeker Cain returned from
Hiawatha ' Wednesday after ; i
visit of sevaral days with friends
Margaret Flynn returned tc
Omaha Saturday after spending
a week with her cousin , Mrs
Rue Gates went to Verdon Fri
lay to visit Nellie Weaver. Sin
will visit relatives in Stella be
ore her return.
Mrs D. M , Topliff came uj
from Hiawatha , Wednesday and
from here will go to theSycamon
Springs to spend some time.
Mrs. May me McCoy and littli
> on came up from Hiawatha Wed
nesday to visit her parents Mr
J. R. Cain and wife-
Adam Voegle returned from i
months visit at Rock Island , 111
He reports a pleasant visit am
enjoyed his vacation.
Dr. Nelson of Superior left fo
his home Wednesday after spend
ing a few days in this city th
guest of Clyde Johnston and wife
Win- Shannon who has lately
leased the Exchange mill is hav
ing the same thoroughly remod
elled and is getting everything ii
shape for business. Mr. Shannoi
is an experienced miller and wil
doubtless do a big business as h <
has a good mill and plenty of ex
The detail program of the Sal
em Chautauqun has been issuei
and copies may be had by callini
at either Lyford's or Wahl's
The program abounds in gooi
things and there is every reasoi
to believe that Falls City will b
well represented in the crow <
that will attend the assembly.
John Pool and wife loft Tues
day for Stella.
Wesley Pearson , of Slmbert ,
was here on Friday.
Mrs. Mary Hoops came down
from Verdon Tuesday.
Frances Kelly , of Verdon , was
business visitor Friday.
Nellie Swihart , of Stella , spent
riday with friends here.
\rergie Mead spent Sunday in
alem the guest of friends.
C. M. Sims came down from
lumboldt on business Friday.
The county board adjourned
ast Saturday to meet July 25.
Margaret O'Grady was down
rom Dawson Monday afternoon.
A. D. Larabee came up from
3reston on Friday of last week.
Born to S. P. Stringfield and
vife on last Friday , a baby boy.
J. W. Beard , of Beatrice , spent
Sunday with friends in this city.
Mrs. James Jellison left yes-
erday for Geneva to spend a few
lays. _ _
W. S. Smith came over Satur-
lay from Morrill. Kan. , on busi-
J. A. Heinzelman , of the Ver-
lon Roller mills , was in our city
Mrs. DeLes Graham and son ,
3annie down from Dawson last
George W. Holland made a
jusiness trip to Kansas City , last
L. H. Morehead , of Barada ,
was one of Saturday's business
Will Moore and wife are the
proud parents of a baby girl born
, ast Frida } ' .
Mamie Fenton , of the Dawson
STewsboy was a business visitor
Mrs. Will Davis , of Humboldt ,
was the guest of her sister , Mrs.
A. Gantt , last Friday.
Edna DeWald returned Sunday
from a visit with her sister , Mrs.
Sam Stewart , at Reserve.
Mrs. N. T. Van Winkle left
the latter part of last week for an
extended stay in Zion City.
Mrs. Thomas Bliss , of St. Joe ,
is visiting at the home of her
parents , Ed Milton and wife.
Miss Nolle Zimmerman re
turned to Hiawatha Friday after
visiting Lois and Allie Keeling.
Mrs. John Walker and little
girl , of Verdon , spent Saturday
in this city the guest of Mrs.
J. P. Walker arrived Tuesday
from Hoising , Kansas to attend
the golden wedding anniversary
of his parents.
C. M. Linn , of Humboldt , a
member of the Cooper & Linn
milling1 firm , was a business visit
or here Friday.
A number of young people en
joyed a social dance at Wahl's
hall Friday night. A most
pleasant evening was spent.
There are enough summer
girls visiting in Falls City to
stock a female seminary , and the
best of it is they are all good
Mrs. Merritt Lum returned to
her home in Verdon Sunday ,
after spending a week with rela
tives here. Her nephew , Othc
Watson , accompanied her home.
Mrs. Will Cornell , of Oneida ,
Kan. , spent several days in thu
city last week with James Cor
nell and family. On Friday she
feft for Stella to visit her mother ,
Nelle Snyder and Nelle Cain ol
this city attended a farewell
dance in Hiawatha one evening
last week , in honor of Harrj
Hewitt and wife. There was a
large crowd present and all en
joyed the evening.
Abe Moore of Stella was a busi-
visitor Monday ,
Elmer DC Gcrnet was a Pres
ton visitor Monday.
Mat Shuleuburg transacted
business in town Monday after
Gertrude Wentworth is helping
in the local telephone office this
Mr. Hanson came down from
Stella and spent Wednesday in
Dent fail to sec the pumping
engine exhibition at Werner ,
The Falls City Tribune has a
new Cranston press and it works
beautifully. Lincoln Star.
Cecil Graham of St. Louis was
in town yesterday visiting his
Falls City friends and relatives.
" " '
John Markt the well known
Barada merchant was a business
visitor to Falls City yesterday.
Mr. Dungan of Albion , Iowa ,
has been in the city tins week
the guest of his daughter , Mrs.
Mrs. C. E. Peabodycame down
from Lincoln Wednesday and is
is visiting her parents , Sam Pra
ter and family.
Wm. Oswald and wife return
ed Tuesday from a two weeks
visit with the formers mother in
Cedar county , Nebraska.
Mrs. Chester Fisher and little
son George Lafayette of Oswego ,
Kansas arrived yesterday for a
visit to her parents , G. S. Cleve
land and wife.
Mrs. Francis Trum of Leaven-
worth , Kans. , is the guest of
Mrs. E. K. Kentner this week.
She goes to Denver for a visit be
fore her return.
The Towle tennis court is in
full blast fourteen hours a day.
The boys say that every third
that passes says , "if you boys
had to work that hard you would
Chas Wilson who represents
the Dempster Manufacturing Co.
in the southern territory was in
the city yesterday and called at
this office. Mr. Wilson was on
his way home a visit with his
brother-in-law , J. H. Overman
Herman Minnick has succeed
ed Ed. Fisher as the local mana-
for the Adams Express Co. He
assumed his duties the first of
the week and the selection will
prove very satisfactor } ' to the
to the patrons of the company in
Salem Interstate Chautauqua.
August 12 to 20 , 1905. Madan
Katcrina Tsilka and Baby Elent-
cha at the Salem interstate chau-
tauqua. Wednesday , August Id
at 2:30 : p. in. "The story of 1113
Captivity" as told by Madan
Tsilka is a thrilling narration o ;
the wonderful stor } * of the treat
mcnt of Ellen stone and her com
panion , Madam Tsilka , during
their captivity among the fiero
mountaineers of the Balkans. I
is a powerful missionary addres
without a word about missionary
work. Baby Elentcha was bori
during this captivitv.
Capt. J. P. Grinstead will have
his collection of Chinese , Japa
nese and Pliillipino curios on ex
hibition this date only. Tin's u
a large collection and is wel
worth the price of admissioi
alone. This is open and free to
all chautauqua patrons. Don'
forget the date , August lf .
Notice for Bids for Coal.
The Falls City Board of Edu
cation will receive bids up to 8
o'clock p. m. , Monday , Augus
7 , 1J05 , for the furnishing o
from ten to twelve cars of sof
coal delivered on track at Fall
City , Nebr. , six cars to be deliv
ered in August 1905 , and balance
at option of board. Bidders to
quote prices on mine run am
lump coal and designate kind am
grade of coal. Board reserve
right to reject any or all bids.
V. G. LYI-'OKD ,
D. D. RIJAVIS ,
JOHN LICHTY. _
II. P. CUSTKR , Committee.
Money ! Lands !
S = Private Funds to Loan i |
EE ANNUAL INTEREST OPTIONAL PAYMENTS 2
| This is a good time of the year j |
I to arrange your money matters ! |
| MORTGAGES BOUGHT i
Some good farms , also Lands and Ranches to 3
sell or Exchange in Desirable Localities i |
in the West and South
ACRES stock and fruit land near railroad -
road in Webster county , Missouri. 80 ,
acres in orchard. 7 room house : corn crib and
e = other buildings. Owner east , and will take |
some exchange. Can be had for $9ooo.
Farm lands in the Indian Territory and the
South. Handy to market and well locat-
ted. Come in and learn about theme
ec = Business chances and stocks of
merchandise to sell or exchange
: 200 acre farm in Richardson county ; have
E known it for years If sold soon , owner wiFI
Hi make price that is right , flight take some
t = exchange
| = Write me your wishes if you desire to buyer
or sell. I may know of just what you want.
E Over 18 years in business
I Henry C. Smith
c = FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
: and Queensware
We have the most complete stock and largest
variety of K'uicy Groceries and Queens-
ware in the county : : : : : : : :
in queensware to be sold at 20 per cent dis
count in the next 60 days , consisting of
Haviland , Austrian and Bavarian china ,
and Meakin'sand Johnson Bros. ' porcelain.
All must go to make room for fall stock.
Highest market price paid for produce.
PHONE NO. OPPOSITE
. 141 . O.H. MADDOX Court House
Eat Sowles Candy.
The subject of the sermon at
tin ; Presbyterian church next
Sunday morninu' will be , "Spiii-
ninK Tops , or the Material and '
the Eternal. " Everybody cordially - , .
ially invited S. W. Griffin , pas-1 I ,
tor. 1 i
Closing out Sale of Clothing.
Our closing out sale of cloth
ing still continues and \ve are
still offering exceptional bar
gains. We would call especial
attention to three hundred pairs
oi all wool worsted trousers and
at the price , each pair is a bar
gain in itself. This is a genu
ine closing out sale , and as sucli
it embraces high class goods at
low class prices. Our line line
of clothing is being sacriliced
and to miss this sale is to miss
a splendid opportunity. P. W.
Notlcu la hurt1 by ( riven of tlio Incorporation
of lliuTrltiuiui Publishing Comjmtiy.
'lliu niiinnof HID corporation hliull bo Thu
Trlliiiiio rulillslilrm Company ,
Tliu principal place or trannactlint the tiua-
Incstnr tlm corporation shall Im Kails City ,
Tlio u'oiiurnl imtiirunf tliu butUnusg tn l >
traimactuci sliull hu a general titiwgmiriur ami
'Job printing business iinil tlio publication of
The amount of capital Mock authorized
shall lie fceoo 00 tu bo soul mi subscription
anil paid In biic.li wii ) us the illrcctornor
bo.inl ot mainiKcrh shall direct. The prlvuto
pioporty of tint Mock holders fo bu exempt
from thvdebu ofsulil corporation.
Thu tlmu of thu coiimii'iicutiiunt of the
corporation xliall hu July 1 , 1W > and hlmll ler-
inlniiti ) HI the expiration of Illty years there.
Thu highest amount of imlubti'dness the
corporation Miall Incur t > lmll not uxctvd fifty
per cent of the paid up capital stock.
Thu a tin Irs of such corjx ) ration shall be con
ducted by u president. M'crvtary and treas
urer and n board of maniiKiirs consisting or
thriH ) Mock holders to buuhoten by tbovoto.
of thestooK noldeis and to hold the oHIoo for
it period ot one year , or until their successors
are elected and qualltlcd. U. I' . UKAVIH ,
ALLAN I ) . MAV ,
FOR SAM' . A first class Jersey
milk cow. Inquire of G. J.
Mrs. E. J. Satterwhite was
called to Exeter , Nebraska Wed
nesday by the death of htr step
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