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THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER I , IPOS.
L , . A. Ryan is up from Kansas
Cit } * this week.
James Clark of Vertlon was in
tliis city Saturday.
Sherman Godfrey was up from
Rule on Saturday.
. Will Casey enjoyed a few days
vacation last week.
James Sinclair of Preston was
in this city Saturday.
Ivcrn Tingle } ' of Vcrdon was
in this city on Saturday.
C. II. Marion returned to Hia
watha the first of the week.
W. M. Mohler went to Auburn
last Saturday to spend a few day.
Henry Hciin , wife and son Paul
of Dawson spent Monday in this
Emma Goldner returned Sun
day from a few days visit in
John Crook left the first of the
week for a business trip to Kan
Susie Goldner left Sunday for
Kansas City where she will spend
Ralph McDonald came up from
Hiawatha and spent Sunday
Mrs. Bruno Hanson of Norfolk
is visiting1 at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Kerr.
A. Schrader and daughter ,
Amelia , of Vcrdon , spent Mon
day in this city.
Daisy Froley returned Monday
from a two weeks visit with her
parents at White Cloud-
Mary Wiltse returned Monday
from an extended visit at Port
land and other western points.
Miss Edith Leach of Auburn
was in this cit } ' Monday. She
returned home in the afternoon.
John Nobles of St. Joe was in
town Saturday. He was the
guest of John Gagnon and fam
The father of Ed Nolle is at
A his home in this city ver } ' sick.
Very little hope is entertained
for his recovery.
Helen Brebeck returned home
Sunday morning after spending
two weeks with friends in differ
ent parts of Kansas.
Albert Tanner spent several
da3fs in this city the past week
the guest of his grandparents , J ,
J. Tanner and wife.
Mrs. Ilattie Snidow returnee
Monday from Prairie Union afte :
attending the district associatioi
of the Baptist church.
Theodore Weaver , of Stella
was in this city the first of tlv
week visiting old friennds an <
looking after business.
James Delaware , an old tim
citizen of this place , came u
from White Cloud , Kansas Mon
day and spent a few hours in thi
V. G. Lyforcl returned the firs
of the week from the east wher
lie has been for the past tw
weeks purchasing his fall an
C. G. Humphrey , editor of th
Verdon Vedette was busines
visitor in this city Saturday
He was a guest at the home o
G. A. Abbott.
Mrs. F. Jarrott of Rule was ii
this city Saturday. From her
she went to Onida , Kansas I
help care for her daughter , Mrs
John Cornell who is very ill.
Lillian Evans came up fror
St. Louis Friday afternoon atn
was the guest of Mrs. B. I. Rea
vis. Saturday she left for Vei
don to spend a three weeks vaca
tion with relatives and will the
return to her work.
Mr. Chambers and wife an <
Ernest Bell and wife came dow
from Omaha in an autimobil
and spent Monday at the hornet
ot E E. Bell. Mr. Bell is a
uncle of Mr. Chambers and Mi
Ernest Bell , and both were fortr
Falls City citizens. The tri
was made in one half clay.
Eat Sowlcs Candy.
J. D. Curtis , of Stella , spent
Monday in this city.
P. S. Heacock made a business
trip to Lincoln Friday.
George Ilarral , of Humboldt ,
was in town Monday.
D. M. Daves made a business
trip to Auburn Friday.
S. W. Story of Rule was one of
Mondays business visitors.
Abe Seff left Monday for a
business trip to Kansas City.
Amos Mendenhall. of Salem ,
was here Tuesday on business.
Bert Emmert and wife of Sal
em were in this citv Saturday.
G. Louis Sheely of Salem spent
Sunday with friends in this city.
Grant Ocamb came up from
Rule and spent Monday in this
Nellie Weaver came down from
Verdon and spent Friday in this
Ethel Wilhite returned to her
home in Wichita , Kansas Mon
Maud Graham left Thursday
for Chicago where she will teach
Dr. J. C. Yutzy and wife will
leave Friday for a trip through
Ben Law returned the latter
part of the week from Nevada ,
Neal Mulligan came down from
Pawnee and spent Sunday with
Jennie Gravatt of Humboldt
was the guest of friends in this
C. F. and J. C. Higgins , of
Stella , were among Tuesday's
Ed Dowty of Preston was a
business visitor in this city the
Irst of the veek.
David Griffith and wife of Ver-
lon were in town Saturday the
juest of relatives.
Ollic and Charles Schlosser , of
3awson , spent Tuesday in this
city with relatives.
Vergie Mead returned Satur
day from a two weeks visit with
aer sister in Omaha.
Earl a n d Alex Jellison , ol
Salem , were in this city Tuesday
looking after business matters.
Frank Snethen , president ol
the First National bank , of Hum-
boldt , spent Tuesday in this city-
Li//.ie Hossack returned
da } ' from a weeks visit with hei
sister , Mrs. W. C. Sloan in Ver
Carrie and Jesie McDertnet
were down from Salem last Sat
urday to take the teachers exami
Taylor Johnson , wife and fam
ily spent Tuesday in this cit
the quests of W. O. Price am
Mrs. T. J. McDonald and chil
dren returned Friday from Pierci
Nebr. , after spending two month
Mrs. D. M. Griffith , of Verdon
came to this city Tuesday ti
spend a few days with her broth
er , Grant Windlc.
Anna Murphy , who has beei
visiting relatives in this city foi
the past two weeks returned to
Omaha , Saturday.
Mrs. M. Steece and Lilliai
Evans drove down from Verdoi
Tuesday to visit old friends air
to do some shopping.
Erma Schoenheit returned t
Kansas Citv Monday after spend
ing three weeks at the home o
J. R. Wilhite and wife.
Laura Diamond who has bee ;
visiting.it the home of Denni
McCarty for the past two week
returned to her home in Otnah
Saturday * .
George Peck and wife an
Delia Knisely leave next Sun
day for a three weeks visit wit
friends and relatives in Iowa an
John Lichty left Tuesday for
Fred Rist was down from Hum-
bold t Friday ;
Clair Foster left Tuesday for
Fairfax , S. D.
B. F. Miles was down from
Dawson Friday ,
W. Morehead of Barada , was a
business visitor here Friday.
M. L. Brannan came down from
Shubert on business Tuesday.
B. Simanton and wife left on
Tuesday for a trip through Cole
Minnie Jussen returned home
from a Colorado outing last Fri
W. W. Abbey has been improv
ing his property by laying cement
Rcavis Gist is spending this
week in Leavenworth visiting
Anna Shaffer left Tuesday for
ndiana to attend the Brethern
N. B. Judd came down from
Dawson and spent Friday here in
i business way.
W. A. Hossack is at Nemaha
his week the guest of A. N.
Harris and family ,
Mrs. L. A. Kinscy was in this
ity this week visiting her sister
Mrs. P. F. Eversole.
W. II. Morrow , of Shubert ,
pent a few days the latter part
ast week in this city.
Mrs. J. R. Wilhite and Mrs. P.
I. Jussen leave today for Denver
ind other points in Colorado.
Mrs. D. P. Lowe wont to Stella
Tuesday to visit her daughter ,
Mrs. Lloyd Morris , who is quite
Myrtle Bowers left Tuesday
'or Verdon to spend a few days
with her sister , Mrs. Fred Heine-
Mrs. Harriett Abell returned
lome the first of the week from
Denver where she spent several
Mr. Kimmel left Tuesday foi
Indiana to attend the Brethrei ;
conference. He went by the way
Ed Fisher and wife , of Leav
enworth , Kansas , spent Sunday
in this city with W. E. Dorring'
ton and family.
Myrtle Bowers returned Sa tur
day from Kansas City. She re
ports her aunt , Mrs. Homer a :
being some better.
Airs. Chas. Dodder of Kansas
City was here Tuesday on tin
way to Verdon to visit her par
ents , Chas. Henderson and wife
Mrs. John W. Towle and tw <
daughters , Marion and Navini
are the guest of relatives , havinj
Philena Yutzy returned to he
home in Sioux City the first o
the week after a months visi
with relatives here.
Mrs. C. F Reavis , accompanies
by her two children went to low
Falls , Iowa , Thursday night fo
a two weeks visit with hersistei
Mr. Gaskill , who has been vit
itingat the home of S. M. Beach
for the past month , returned th
first of the week to his home i
Rev. and Mrs. Ilaskins lef
Monday for the east. They wi !
attend the Brethern conferenc
and spend some time visiting n
latives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Wichter , of Bcr
kelman , Nebraska , .are in tow
looking for a location. Mrs
Wichter will be remembered b
her many old friends as Mis
Good health depends upon goo
food. Good food depends upo
good cooking. Good cookin
- ! depends upon good fires. Goo
li' ' fires depend upon good coa
il Here ? where we come ir
E. O , Lewis left Monday for
Every lump of our coal is just
so much heat. Maust Bros.
Our coal is anxious to burn ,
you won't have to urge it. Maust
John Ross and wife spent
Sunday with their son in.Shu
Really good coal like ours is the
capable housewife's best friend.
If you are looking for dirt go
to a real estate dealer. You wont
find it in our coal. Maust Bros.
The longer you buy coal of us ,
he more money you will have to
pend for other things. Maust
When contemplating a public
ale see "Tubbie" Clark , who is
s always prepared to serve
Call at the office and look at
samples of Pennsylvania hard
oal. Best in town. Maust
Usual services at the M. E.
church next Sabbath at 10:45 : a.
u. and 8:00 : p. m. All are cordi
ally invited to attend.
You won't have to clean house
after we deliver coal. Our men
ire clean and careful. Maust
Sam Lichty and wife left Tucs-
lay for an eastern trip. While
away they will attend the Breth-
C. F. Reavis was in Pawnee
2ity Monday and Tuesday ap
pearing for the defendant in a
preliminary trial for rape.
Will trade two well improved
farms in southwestern Minnesota
for a stock of merchandise. Land
it a low case price. Address
Box 2 , Lakefield , Minn. 8f2
A girl to work for board in
small family and attend business
college which begins September
llth. Write or call on G. M.
Barrett , principal.
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty double school desks ,
good as new. My object for sel
ling is , to replace them with
tables. For particulars call on
G. M. BAKKHTT , Principal.
Falls City Business College.
Public Scbool Notice.
Regis tration for High School
student's Friday , Sept 8.
Teachers's meeting High school
building Saturday September 'Hh
at 9:10 : a. in.
School opens Monday , Sept. ,
W. II. Pn.i.snuKY.
Good Boy Wanted.
To enroll in business collegi
Monday , September llth , and dc
chores for board in one of tin
best families in our city. This
is a snap foi the right party
For particulars call on or address
G. M. BAKKKTT , Principal.
New Cider Mills.
The new cider mill , locatcc
four blocks north of the Dougla-
mill will soon be ready for bus !
ness. With every iacility foi
making a firstclass article , hen
is an opportunity to utilize youi
windfalls , and otherwise inferioi
apples at a profit. Phone No ,
1 % .
jj DR. O. H. KENT
Gnithmto American School of
c Osteopathy. Klrlcsvillu , Mo.
Examination and Consultation Free
Hour * : ! ) to 12 n tn ; 1 to1 p in
Olllcout residence , Menu Sstret'.t , uinr'i :
block north of court hoiiee.
FAU.S CITY - - Nr.mtASK ,
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WILL R. BOOSE M. D.
n I ( ) llliu : In [ tlrhurdhon County
Kiink Miiildm ( icr.urul prito-
tii-e ( if mi'diiiim ; nnd uuririTy.
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. No-c anil Ti-riiitt Culls ant -
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" F\i.sUrrv : - NKHIURK
Money ! Lands !
Private Funds to Loan
ANNUAL INTEREST OPTIONAL PAYMENTS
This is a good time of the year
to arrange your money matters
Some good farms , also Lands and Ranches to
sell or Exchange in Desirable Localities
in the West and South
A party wishes to purchase 80 acres of oed land
near school. Can pay % cash ; if necessary can arrange -
range to pay all cash. Have you an 80 to sell ?
So acres 5 1-2 miles from Falls City , Ohio precinct -
cinct , $6,400.00. Cottage to rent Sept. ist. 3
blocks of bank corner : good condition , oncornerlots.
For sale , 20 acres well improved , number one loca-
tion. 6,500 acres to sell ; 40 miles of Grand Island.
Can be subdivided Good terms. Good chance.
Wanted to purchase : 10 , 15 or 20 acres in the Missouri -
souri river hills. 1'orSule : A fine farm of 280 ac-
res. No. i improvements and well located. I have
buyer for 160 acres not over six miles from Falls City
Have parties who desire to rent good farms If you
have an 80 or 160 you wish to sell , iet me know.
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
5i 200 acre farm in Richardson county ; have
known it for years If sold soon , owner will
E make price that is right , flight take some' MIU
S : 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 |
§ : FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA
FOR TWO WEEKS
We have two patterns
and a full crate of each.
See the ware in our
100 PIECE DINNER SETS
AT CITY PRICES
The largest stock of fan
cy China , Dinnerware
and Glassware in the
city. Don't forget us
on Groceries and Flour.
C. M. WILSON
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Notice of Sherrifl's sale.
Notice In liorrliy Klvrn , that by vlrtiin of
mi order ot Halo , Istnifd out of tin- District
Court. In nnd for llulnird ( on ( 'oitntv mul
Stud ot Nt-bruHkii , under tlio sen I ot xuld
court , dated on tint .Hit day ot July , nun ,
mid to iiiudliccti-d IIK Hlicrltr of Mild county ,
to Ixi uxt-cim-d , I "III on tlui Till day of
Hi-plfinlHir , IWk'i. at " o'clock p in. , or ; ilil
day , lit tlui HI-SI door of tlin Court lloiikolii
tliu city of KiilN Oil ) , in said county and
Htiite , oTt-r ( for sulo lit public vt-nduo. and
( . 11 to tin ) lilnln'ftt and bent bidder , tin-
propt-tt ) described In mid order of Mile
lrf > l l.V lllovk 1M. Mins add to tliu City of
lluinboldl. UlcliunUon County , Nubniitkii
to KatMy a ( Ircrco court , with Interest unit
cohts iwotvrud by Jeroino WIIUu annlnnt
Wiiltur W. ( ircc-nund llurtliii M. Ori-t-n.
Terms of Mile ; Caili
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braska , tlilHlIud day of Auxuftt , UlT > ,
JOHN HoHstcK ,
Read The Tribune
We are headquar
ters for School Sup
plies , with the larg
est and best line ever
offered in the city.
Ourfivecent hard pa
per pencil tablets can
not be beaten. We
have tablets from one
cent up. Lead pen
cils of every descrip
tion ; penholders , pens
eraser s everything
you need. We have
a fine line of letter
paper , tablets , box
paper , fancy enve
lopes , etc.
| CITY PHARMACY
? Dr. McMillen , Prop.
: | ; Falls City , - Neb. *
| C. H. HARIONf
I AUCTIONEER , I
Sales conducted in
scientific and busi
C. H. MARION
Falls City. , Nebraska
Fou SAWJ. A first class Jersey
milk cow. Inquire of G. J. .
Crook. tf ,
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