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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1906)
8 THE FALLS CIT TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MARCH 30 , 1906.
$40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest
. est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this
and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the
AMDS & LOANS West and South , Exchanges made. J
NEW MUSIC STORE
TIE FULLS CITI
Has completed its organization and has opened up in
the Strong Building , three doors south of the Union
House , with an immense stock of goods. The store is
in charge of Hiss Elizabeth flilier , and if you are
looking for Pianos , Organs , small Musical Instrument
of any kind , Sheet Music , Phonographs and Talking
Machines , Phonograph Records , Wheeler & Wilson or
Singer Sewing Machines , Repairs and Supplies of all
kinds for Sewing Machines , you will find them with
this Company. The prices will be reasonable and the
supply and variety sufficient for all wants. Call on
us at the New Store. '
THE FALLS CITY MUSIC CO.
Oppposite Court House
FALLS CITY , - - NEBRASKA
Tlio many friends of Win Johnson
auil wlfaaro glad to know thut they
will again bo residents of this city. Mr
Johnson has boon telegraph operator
atWymoro , but bus recently been
given u similar position In tills city.
cooper MoMurray is slek with inens-
IOB this week.
Iluy cassady and wifool Lincoln uro
visiting relatives hero.
Joe Graves , L. J. Sogrlst , Ilonrj
SebwuBS und Irvln Shirley were duck
hunting near Preston moral days tbis
dty politics is very doubtful tbla
I > ring. Somn very earnest work is
being done but a forecast of result ?
can hardly be made. The temperance
people havu meetings each night this
week , und the license people are workIng -
Ing hard in a different way.
The ealo of John Tigho at the stock
pavillion on Tuesday p. m. was largely
attended by people from tbU vicinity
and neighboring towns.
G. W. Scgrist and wife returned to
\Vld Powers made a trip to Omulm
tno Hrstof the week.
Shortly before the Canada party who
left this locality a few weeks ago ,
reached their destination , the car b.
longing to Arthur and Walter Unland
took tire and besides ibo loss of other
goods four horses were suffocated by
llefsie Little bus been absent from
school for a few duju as she Is on the
Mrs Dora Shields of Kails city was a
visitor in this city the latter jmrt of
Ed Ilodapp of Salem spent Saturday
and Sunday with Ilumboldt relatives.
Prof. UotI went over to Pawnee City
Jim Davit , returned from a trip to
British Columbia and the northwest
U B , Thursday.
Ethel Hr-narn is a victim * of the
week. . ' . -
HALF SECTION BARGAIN !
210acres lino. le\el. rich , ulack loam plow latul. llOacres o.xcollont pasture.Mtli ll\o water
.mil a few 8hjdu trees , school on corner of place. 3 ami 4 miles from two irood railroad towns re-
specmely. lloiisu * > xj , ( t ri ) iiiK , Btono collar ami wall , two porches , laruti nuw liarn for 7
liorscK. SUM litislu-ls of irralii ami 13 tons Of liay. rm.m for IIIIKUCK. | impleniMits , i-tc. Can drlvo
Uiroiiuli iKirii. . ( HHl doutilu corn cr I. for 2iXM piisl.ols. . slu-d K-twren. C.ralnery 2000 MtshcN
liraln. l.xc.-llaut well water , windmill and tanks , farm nc.irlr.ill fenced , nature feneo.1 MM.IT.
ale. r.ood tilir lileorcliard. Located In NUCKOK1.S Cou ty NclirasUa
PRICE ONY ! 815,000 S1.50O CASH
Italanco to suit purchaser. 1'roo list of many otlicrh If this don't suit.
E. C. MOORE ,
-ANGUS , NEBRASKA.
Miss Harmon of Elk Creek , who waa
formerly a teacher in our school , vis
ited the family of Illloy Wilson over
Herbert Ford entertained the senior
class , of which ho Is a member , at hia
homo Friday night.
The now firm of Wilson ana Downing
ire successors to Low Heard In the
estaurtuit on the north side.
Olllo Potrashok who has been at-
ending school at University place is
isltlng her parents near this city.
Judge Broady of Lincoln was on our
1 C. smith of Falls fit. > was In this
A. A. Tanner and little son. Albert ,
spent Sunday in Kails city
Edith Shaffer of Holdrldgu is visit-
In' , : her uurents , A. L. SehaiTor and
wife , and numerous friends.
The roads leading' into Ilumboldt
are in the worst condition they havu
bjeu in this year.
Mrs. Klla Williamson left Friday ( or
Indlanola , In , to visit a sister who was
very low with pneumonia. After her
departure the famllv received word
that the ladv had died before Mrs
11 Quaekenbush of Du Uols was in
this locality buying horse * the latter
part of the week.
II P Marble and wife wore visitors
in Lincoln the latter part of the week.
Win Pearcon and friend cam down
from Stt rllng Monday. Th y will en
joy themselves shooting ducks.
Henry Hanks was visiting with his
brother at Margrave's ranch the latter
part of hint week.
Mr Shomp of Highland was transact
Ing business In this city Saturday.
Kenneth lleacock was visiting with
friends Friday and Saturday ,
Mrs. O J. Uoppo was a passenger to
falls City Friday.
Slsle Wilson went to Missouri Satur
day to visit with her cousin , Stella
Martha Arnold took the train foi
Falls City Monday.
Wm. Bush went to Ilumboldt Mon
Mr ? . J. Noltzol wis a passenger t <
Falls city Mondav.
Chas Hunsukerof Hiawatha was vis
( ting with his parents Monday.
Jake Whipple , E. IJosnlton. Geore
Lolnlneer and Truman Heater wen
couiry seat visitors Friday.
Nina Mead went to Falls City Friiltn
Mr * , llea'or returned from her tri ]
to cheater after visiting In Rulo.
Mrs. John NVItzcl was a passongc
to Falls city Monday.
Mrs. Ila-t'n''B and daughter cam
down from Hiutlncs- Monday
I Public Sale By Executor.
I 1 will sell farming : machinery
garden tools , buggy , Phaeton
harness , one horse and munerou
small useful articles Saturda ;
afternoon at 2 o'clock March 3
at Myers place , two blocks eas
of Ilifih School btiildinfr in Pall
City , at public auction. See sal
bills for list.
A. J. WKAVER ,
Executor of Wm. P. Mj'er Est.
Geo. Taylor shipped a c.ir of calilu
to Karens C'ity hist week.
Their. Long of Hirtlot , Ii . waa
Uulo visitor xeveral days last veek the
guert ofD.ule , Anderson
Ultnuf Arnold was u ple.isant visitor
n Kulo Wt'dnt'tday.
II Lloefcl | received a car load of
civ fiirtiituru Tuesday.
Mr Chas. DUhong wits it county
oat visitor several days last week.
Mrs. It. G. Stewart v hi ted In Salem
.Jas Tangney jr has moved hl fain-
y to to Kulo and he is working with
. W Jackson on bridge repairs.
Eli Plant returned from southern
Oklahoma Friday , where he had been
( siting his son Lou.
Mr. Van Valkouburg was a business
Isltor at the county capitol last Krl-
II. Mann and little daughter , Irene ,
were passengers for Lincoln last Sat-
John Omni of Rushbuttom was a bus-
ness visitor In llulo Saturday.
J. II. Lynda of White Cloud was in
lulo between train- ) Saturday
Ira Perry of llushbottom was u llulo
visitor last week.
K. Ccley visited at Highland between
rains Saturday night. ,
Joe Liberty and Ed Davis bairj-'ed HO
lucks anil one goose.
J. Salorl.y ' 'f St. Joe transacted bus-
IH'rslll Itlllo Moillllt ) .
, Iirn .Miller , fonner'.v f tin- city but
now nf Lo Ain.'fleCal. . . i vi-siting
Iru Pi-rrv and Linnt Alexander , both
if Uiishbottoni wi-re inarriuu in Tails
Cit > Monday.
Kd Hopper and wife vi-slted in MU
* ouri Tuesday.
Abraham t'oghll' ' , chief ju-tlce f
Skunk Hldge moved over in the -outh
part of town.
Ellas Packett made some improvements -
ments on his property this week ,
Olnoy O rah am was busy at the ferry
this week muklni ; a general cleaning
up und is now propaired to transfer
hunting and fishing parties across the
K. A. Scott ha * a gang of men at
work repairing the rip-rap about three
und one-half miles south nf Rulo.
Klla Carpenter was a St. Joe visitor
May Hull visited at White cloud was
eharle Sesno of White cloud was a
llulo visitor Tuesday.
The Bachelor girls club guy" 6 sur-
yrlse party in honor of Emma Shep
herd last Friday night.
Mrs. .Susan Boles has been on the
M. Bull moved his family to his
grading camp in Missouri/ the first of
Em inn Shepherd deparied for Wy-
moro Saturday and expects to remain
for some time
Mrs. Jesse Yocum and children de
parted for Atchlson last Friday where
they will visit friends u short time
when they will leave for northweetern
Nebraska to join her husband , who
has been there for some time.
Attend Executors sale of farm
ing Machinery and other personal
property to lie held at Myers
Place , two blocks east of High
School. Saturday atternoon at 2
o'clock March 31st.
Mr . rred Swiharl , aformarresident
ot , Stollu dii'd at her home in Lincoln
Monday t-venlng from tubr rcuUwU.
after MilTering from this disease the
past two years. Funeral services were
held in tb Christian church at this
place Wednesday afternoon by Ilev.
Smith of Nebraska City. Deceased
was forty years of age and -urvlved
by her husband and four children.
Kay Helmick. a memln'r of th'1 f-i-
ular army stationed Ht Lcavunpor.li + j
has been spcmHnsr thp pu-t we-k at his
Mrs. HagL'Hi'u ha- been visltlnir u >
Sonecii , Kits.
J. K. Cain jr was in OniHlnt this
week and whlln there took the thirty- Jt
second decree in Masonury. '
Myrtle MeCray closed a term of
school in the Harris district last Fri
Dan Davis has bought the Wat'or ,
farm. The place consists of 103 acre *
and sold for $9000.
O R Srlmmer had a car of cattle ou
the Kansas city market Tuesday.
Carl W.elck of Verdon is working U ,
Goodlows blacksmith shop.
Daisy Lowe is upending ttio week in
Falls City , the srueet of Mrs Houston
.1 H Brown returned to his home in
Elkhart. Indiana Wednesday after a
two week's visit with hit brother , \v u
Brown at this place.
Verda Timmerinan is vi-itirig friends
Eflle Ham of shubert luii been wontIng -
Ing in the telephone otllce the past two
Maud Lewis of the Prairie Union
district is very sick with the typhoid
Arthur Camblin und wife of Sum-
merfield , Knnea have been suendin-j ;
thc'week with relatives here. Mr
Camblin is in the real estate bulnes-
The following have been nomlnater ]
as villaco trustees on this licence tlcK
et : K A Clark , S Timmerman , G M
Andrews and J M Goodlow.
K A Clark is buildina an addition to
the buildinj : formerly occupied by
M.irvin uavis , It will be used for a
Ona Moor-p is visitinL' relative ; in
Dress Goods for
Wool Dress Goods in very light weight are in high
favor. We are now showing choice qualities in the
shades most wanted Gray mixtures and Plains ,
Residas , Rose , Alice Blue , Reds , Navysand Browns.
Priestley's black dress goods are recommended for
their finish and texture. Voiles , Batistes , Taffetas ,
Broadcloths and other cloths , from 50c to $2.75.
The Silk vogue continues quite as popular as for the last several seasons. Taffeta
a jm " J : g ' .X fc / f stM reigns supreme , but
| m/l \ J j Sj I . . ( J X m l we are showing the very
I Y I TRADE MARK. latest in Moire Auto-
_ chingeables m light
vrjv * - -
C\\ TAT THT V colors , small checks and
v i rxj- A i
paids ] We have
exclusive sale of
Silks. These have made an enviable reputation for themselves and are found only
in hitrh class stores.
P Rain Cloths Spring Cloaks Heatherbioom
Raincoats are seasonable , Coverts , Broadcloths , Cra- A new Lining , just like
convenient , romlortable , vanettes , Fancy Cloaking silk , has'its rustle , its luster ,
e and stylish. Ladies desiring all suitable for short or long longer in wear , at about
. Taffeta and
one-fourth the cost. Colors
make them will
Peau de Sole for Silk Coats
find Rain Cloths at $1.25 , which are so fashionable and black , 38 inches wide ,
$1.50 and $1.75. again this spring. at 35C.
e V. G. LYFORDi
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