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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1905)
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 28 , 1905.
John Markt , of Barada , was a
Walter Billings , of Salem , was
in town Saturday.
Will Zcntry of Reserve was in
our city on Tuesday.
W. D. Corn , of Verdon , was a
Saturday business visitor.
John Oswald and Charlie Cor
nell were Stella visitors Sunday.
Verda Timmerman , of Stella ,
is visiting Rue Gates in this city.
Mrs. Charles Heineman spent
several days in Wichita last week.
J. W. Spickler and wife , of
Shubert , spent Sunday in this
S. E. Friend , of Hiawatha , was
in the city the latter part of last
Rue Gates returned home Sun
day from her visit at Stella and
Mrs. James Hanley and little
son of Verdon were in town on
Mrs. Pearl Lum , came down
from Verdon Saturday to visit
N. J. Schrauger came down
from Stella Monday to spend a
Charles Lietzke was a most
pleasant caller at this office on
Frank W3'lie spent Sunday in
White Cloud the guest of Daisy
Miss Jessie Plummer , of Sen
eca , Kan. , is visiting her sister ,
Will Price and family spent
Sunday with relatives near
Goldie Yocum left Monday for
Auburn to attend chautauqua
and the circus.
Matt Huber , of Vermillion ,
Kas. , is spending this week with
John W. Holt and wife are en
joying a two weeks visit in Holt
county , Missouri.
Vera and Camille Sullivan , of
Oklahoma City , are visiting
Hazel White in this city.
J. L. Fink arrived from Black-
, - nell , Ok. , Friday. On Saturday
he went to Omaha to spend a fe\v
E. M. Lee and E. F. Hutchinson -
son , of Peru , spent Sunday witl ]
Una Snidow a n d Elizabeth
Mrs. Rohl , a sister of Mrs ,
Haner , and her mother , Mrs.
Carey , of Seneca , arc in this cit }
Mrs. C. G. llumphrey. of Ver-
don , spent Sunday in this city al
the home of her parents , G. A ,
Abbott and wife.
Lena Nettlebeck returned Sun
day from Shubert where slu
spent several days with h c i
brother and his family.
ProLC. E. Dickens , of Libert- ,
arrived the first of the week am
spent several days visiting at tht
home of O. J. McNall.
We are in receipt of an an
nouncement of the marriage o :
Lillith Amanda Mead to Gleni
Maxwell Campbell in Omaha
Fay James will return to he :
home in Hamburg , Iowa , tomor
row. Eva McNall will accom
pany her and spend a week o
more with old friends.
Mrs. Sue E. DeWald returnet
home the latter part of last wee !
after spending some time wit ]
her daughters , Mrs. J. A. Con
> ' ' ; , ner in Auburn , and Mrs. Merrit
* - Lum , of Verdon.
Patrick O'Brien and grandchil
dren , Tom and Maybell Clark
and May Callahan arrived fror
A Chicago last Thursday for a visi
' " ' * - with Mrs. Tom McKiever an
family and with other friend
and relatives living in this vicir
ity. Mr. O'Brien is the father c
Capt. P. D. O'Brien of the Ch :
cage police force , who visited i
this city some years ago.
A. J. llelmick was down from
Mrs. A. Rogers is numbered
among the sick.
J. F. James and wife were
down from Stella Tuesday.
Fred A.Drake came down from
Humboldt Monday on business.
E. W. Jones Rule has our
thanks for a most pleasant call.
Alberta Allen of Salem came
down Monday for a few days
Mrs. Frances Hcaston of this
city is a new subscriber to the
S. F. Dodge of Humboldt Was
visitor here the latter part of
Mrs. . Mary Adams came up
rom Rule Tuesday to attend the
Verna Willinson of Verdon is
pending this week with friends
n this city.
Charles F. Zoeller , of Preston ,
vas in town on business the first
f the week.
Louis Plege was a pleasant
aller at this office early Wcdnes-
Mrs. J. G. Ranger of Salem is
pending this week at the home
if Everett Scott.
G. L. Santo and L. O. Cham-
) ers were over from Arago the
irst of the week.
Leonard and Harry Simons
ame up from Rule Tuesday to
ittend the street fair.
Stanley Crook came down from
Salem Tuesday to visit relative *
-ind attend the street fair.
Gene Fitzerald returned to St.
foe last week after spending a
ew days with friends here.
Jake Wissinger and wife are
rejoicing over the arrival of a
baby girl born Wednesday.
Dr. Van Osdel and his sister
ind Miss Fausler were in town
Tuesday to visit the street fair.
Nellie Weaver and Lizzie Con-
over drove down from Verdon ,
Tuesday to attend the street fair.
Mrs. Lee Kerr came up from
Kansas City the first of the week
to spend a few days with rela-
George Slocum and wife , oi
Stella were visiting at the home
of J. L. Slocum the first of the
Linna Timmerman , of Salem
was in town SaturdaFron
liere she went to Alma to visii
Fredlleinman returned to
: ier home in Verdon Tuesday af
: er spending several days witl
Mrs. Bohrer , who fell on i
scraper and cut her knee so , badlj
last week is able to be up and is
Ola Ashenfelter of Beatrice i
in this city visiting at the home ,
of her uncleJohn Lichty and her
cousin , Mrs. E. Scott.
Mrs. Louis Plcge left Saturday
for Atchison to visit her sister
Mrs. Carrie Meyers. She will to
gone a week or ten days.
Mrs. J. W. Stanley of Nebrask :
City returned home Saturday
after spending several day witl
her sister , Mrs. Irene Roberts.
Mrs , Williams Brown of Ne
braska City was in town on Sat
urday. She was to Rule to visi
her sister , Mrs. Mary Adams
Will Curran and family movei
to this city from Hopkins , Mo.
last week and will make thi
their future home. Mrs. Curra
is a daughter of Ben Poteet.
Hubert L. Viets , one of th
young farmers who left Rich an
unison county this spring to see
a fortune in Canada , writes t
have the address of his Tribune
changed , and adds : "The Tri
bune strikes us O. K. up here.
Everything is fine and dandy in
Assinaboia. Wheat is heading
out and looks uncommonly good.
Several new towns are starting
along the lake. "
\T ' *
1 Persistence is not Sea = |
i sonable Like Fall and $
Summer Goods : : : :
We as merchants and you as cus * ttf
v tomers know that success in anything depends -
pends upon careful and persistent industry
jo at all times. fji
If you could buy a Spring Couch , Car
pet or Bed Room Suit for less money in the
fit Summer time it would be your duty to do
We know this and therefore want to
inform you that the odds and ends in all
JK our store have been marked down to a
6 summer figure.
K Our window is full of Rockers ; good ,
1 beautiful and stylish that we have marked
i less than cost.
J ! Next week we will display in the same
window a full line of Couches. The price on
these will astonish you.
fix Carpet Remnants in abundance.
Mattings cheap and lots of it.
Call on us these hot days.
Our spacious room is cool and jjj
you would enjoy your visii
whether you bought or not.
IREAVIS & ABBEY I
The count- board is in session
Mr. Spickler and wife of Shu-
were in this city Fridav.
C. W. At wood came down from
Humboldt Tuesday morning.
W. M. Prosscr came over from
Barada Mondny on business.
K. E. Thomas of Forest City
was a business visitor Monday.
R. S. Malony of Ilumboldt was
in this city the first of the week.
" \V. K. Young of Stella came
down Monday to attend the street
Fred DeWald returned home
from Arkansas greatly improved
W. II. Pyle of Preston was a
business visitor here the firrt of
Pearl Johnson arrived from Hoi-
ton Tuesday to spend a few days
Ben Crook and wife of Salem
were shopping in town the first
of the week.
Mamie Riggen of Filmore.Mo.
is here visiting her sister , Mrs.
W. H. Taylor of Shubert was
in town Monday. While here he
made this office a pleasant call.
Fern Fowler returned Monday
from a two weeks visit with
relatives and friends in White
Mrs. Frank Norris and grand
son Leon spent a few days the
latter part of the week in Bea
trice. They returned home Sun
F. J. JTyni'k of Tlumboldt was
in this city Saturday.
Mrs. Ed Hammond and baby
of Stella are visiting at the home
of A. Norris.
Mrs. Sam Rogers came down
from Salem and spent the first ol
the week in this city.
Arthur Ditch came up fron
St. Joe the first of the week to
attend the street fair.
Pearl Lawrence , Minnie Ma-
comber and Wherry Lowe are in
Ilumboldt attending a Sunda }
Mrs. 13. S. Norton of Ilumboldt
was the guests of Falls Cit )
friends Monday. Mrs. Norton
was on her way to Auburn for ;
visit with friends living there.
Herman Keohler of Rule was
a Falls City visitor Saturday and
a caller at this office. Mr. Keoh
ler reports that in the vicinity ol
his farm , much damage has been
done lately by storms.
Notice for Bids for Coal.
The Falls City Board of Edu
cation will receive bids up to 8
o'clock p. in. , Monday , Angus
7 , 1905 , 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. RBAVIS ,
II. P. CUSTIJK , Committee.
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Money ! Lands !
P > - "
M M Private Funds to Loan
fe ANNUAL INTEREST OPTIONAL PAYMENTS
tax V ! * * * * This is a good time of the year
MM H * to arrange your money matters
bMM P" MORTGAGES BOUGHT
f * *
tewV te * Some good farms , also Lands and Ranches to
teW * * " " sell or Exchange in Desirable Localities
f w in the West and South
Pte " " A party wishes to purchase So acres of yood land
Ite- teM - near school. Can pay Y cash ; if necessary can ar
range to pay all cash. Have , you an 80 to sell ?
Pft te * 400 acres in Netnaha county , Kan. Said to be of
? " " the best. 10 room house. J milc. to school : large
frame barn. Will sell and take residence or a busi
ness buiicUnpf. 53 acre farm with improvements ,
$5,000. So acres 5 1-2 miles from Falls City , Ohio
precinct , $6,400.00. 320 acres Morris county , Kan.
pratly improved ; $6,500. A fruit grower wishes to
purchase 25 or 30 acres i to 3 miles of Falls City.
Farm lands in the Indian Territory and the
South. Handy to market and well locat-
ted. Come in and learn about them
Business chances and stocks of
merchandise to sell or exchange
200 acre farm in Richardson county ; have
known it for years If sold soon , owner wiil v
make price that is right , flight take some 3
Write me your wishes if you desire to buyer
or sell. I may know of just what you want.
Over 18 years in business
| Henry C. Smith 1
FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
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141 Maddox Grocery HI
If you want anything1 nice and dainty and the best
on the market , don't fail to call Phone 141. Every
thing in Groceries , first class and as cheap as most
of the inferior grades. : : : : : : : : : :
Try that Brock Flour
You Will Always Use It
Don't forget that Special Sale on Qneensware. You
will never buy the best goods as cheap again. Call
and see this sto'ck if you intend to purchase a new
Dinner Set. You will save nionev.
PHONE NO. OPPOSITE
. Ml . O.H. MADDOX Court House n
I3at Sowles Candy.
Fou SAI.J ; . A first class Jersey
milk cow. Inquire of G. J.
A shipment of fine cattle pass
ed through Falls City Monday.
It was consigned to the Kansas
City market by D. C. Simmons
the well known breeder of Ver
Closing out Sale of Clothing.
Our closing1 out sale of cloth
ing still continues and we 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 \H \ a genu
ine closing out sale , and as such
it embraces high class goods at
low class prices. Our fine line
of clothing is being sacrificed
and to miss this sale is to miss
a splendid opportunity. F.\V.
iMJt lMj ( Irt lit'i cl Ivt'ii
y ) f or tlio incur IKJI it i ion
of till ) TrllililiolMlillbliliij. Company
I ho iiiiim.nf Ilii ! corporation * lmll bu Tlio
'Irlliiimi I'lihllMiInu Company ,
The pilnclpal plueoof transacting : tlio bus
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Tlio ( 'fiicnil imliiroof tlio liusliie s to bo
tninsai'ledHlmll lie u KCIHTHI iifWHpniivr titiil
Job prliitlnif Inisliicss mid the puljllciitlon of
Tliu Hiiiiiiint of cupltiil htock niithoilzcd
i shall tiutiumoo'o do cod on snliscrlotlon
and puld In Mioli wuyn us tliu directors or
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, luoprrtyol llio htock lioldtTH fo liu uxuiniit
i Iroin tliudi'litx oftmld uorporntlon.
. TIlO tlllll ) Of till ) COIIItlKMlCIIIIIUllt Of thO
coritoiutlon hlinll l o July 1,1'xi'i unit blmll ter-
niltiuto tit tliu uxplrutlon of titty yrars llienj-
Tlio hltrlu'iit iiiniiiint of Iniluhiedness tlio
corponitloii Mmll Incur hluill not t-xcivd tlfiy
pur wilt of tlif | iild up uupltil stock.
' 1 lie -iiriilr * of t-ucli coi-ioratloii | hlir.ll bo conducted -
ducted hy a iirfMdunt. svomtury and trcus-
uritrand it lio.uil of IIUIIIIIRLTS consMInK of
thrtM ) sliicu holdurs to bu chosen by tlio vote
of I lit-m 110 K nolduis and to hold thoolllco for
a period ol line yi-ar. or until their successors
uruvlfCled and < | imllluil. ! O. I' . UKAVIH ,
ALLAN I ) MAY.
" ! K. K.SiMim.
Joy Andrews and Anna Dore
were quietly married in St Joe
several weeks ago. They are at
home to their friends in Columbus
Nebr. where Joy has a good pos-
tion. The Tribune will keep
1 them posted on affairs at their
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