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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1906)
THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 20 , 1906.
1 RACTORS WHICH SPELU
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1 nusually fertile soil
\jomfortab\e \ homes
ior natural advantages
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I In the irrigated district of Finney and Kearney
| county , Kansas. Now is the time for you to see the
| wonderful country , the government improvements ,
| the large beet = sugar factory being built at Garden
I City. See the land of opportunity for the poor
I man. Join our party on our next excursion , July
I 17th. Free sleeper for your comfort.
| Excursion Dates July 17 , August -twice each
I CLEAVER & SEBOLD
I bPPOSITE COURT HOUSE , - - - FALLS CITY , NEB. 5
> $ ' $ * SK < ' < s > < $ 8 > < $ ' <
J. II. Hrincgar wont to Falls City
Stituriluy to take thu civil fccrvlco ox-
niulniitloii for service on Route li out
John Httiiinun anil daughter worn
pleasant callers here Saturday.
T. M. Randall and wlfo wcro Uulo
Emma Xlmmermau of Hcun Creek
was guest of Miss Schmhlt ono day
George Taylor hud business In Uulo
Leo Whitof Winnebago Valley
was attending to business In Fulls City
ono day this week.
Henry /hninermuti disposed of sonio
tlno hogs lust week.
The Kotterrer boys huuled huy from
Noinahu Valley lust week.
Fritz Puul went to enjoy the elmis
in Falls City.
Walter Bukcr was a Fulls City caller
this week. Ho is favored by u visit
from his sister this week.
Carrie M Buekuitnstur went to
Council I51uffs Wednesday.
John Thlltges of Fort Ha/el was
transacting business in Uulo Wedne *
Daniel Ximmermun received won
from Grlesby , Kansas unnouncln }
that everything Is "finer than sUlc1
out there. Mr. Zlnimcrmun has aIX (
acre funn there und three sons an
living ; on It.
Philip Zimmerman sr. , wus trans
acting business In Uulo Wednesday.
Gist Yocscl and wlfo were transact
ing business in Uulo Wednesday.
John Helfenbino and family won
transacting business in Uulo tin
middle of the weok.
Jacob Segrist of Craig , Mo. , hu.
business here Wednesday.
Henry Herschbergor hauled elxt ;
hogs to the Preston market Wednes
Mrs. Fannla Uandall spent Sunda
at the homo of S. M. Kandall.
l-dgnr Keehler had business ii
Adam IMckel and family were trans
acting business In Falls City thl '
W. T. Duncan and daughter Mis
Grace had business In Falls City las
Messrs. Saul , Brinegar and Kin
went to see the elephant last week.
J. P. Kloeyfel returned to his horn
this week after six weeks of Kansa
The soldiers , who woio the blue In
the sixties received their quarterly
allowance for their patriotic service ,
Gee 11. Fisher was a pleasant visit
or hero one day last week
Henry Kloepfel cut Coon Schmidt's
oats last week.
(31ms. Wissman returned to the
pleasures ot homo after assisting Her
man Soilin completing his rapidly
maturing corn crop for four days.
Mrs. ICato Sehock took a largo sup
ply of butter and eggs to the Uulo
The political friends of Cats Jones
are trying to induce him to become a
candidate for the Legislature this
fall. Mr. Jones has not yet announced
his intentions. The people here think '
they are entitled to some olllce this
Henry Prlbbeno was a Uulo caller
ono day last week.
1'oto Sundy and family of Barada
and Mrs. Frank Martin Oskoy and sou
of Fort Haze ! were guests at the homo
if Robert Asher and family of White
Jloud. Kansas Saturday and Sunday.
James Glcason made a Hying trip to
Falls City ono day this week.
M.C. Hrinogar and daughter were
Fftlls City visitors this week.
John F. I'aul and wlfo were Falls
City visitors this week.
Mrs. F. 12. Nitzseho and "son Fred
wore plcutant cullers hero the last of
Frank Martin Oskoy galled out and
repaired some of the bridges and cul-
berts this week.
John Kloeplel sr , .itul wlfo visited
relatives in Fort Htuel this week.
Win. P. Throldkeld took a load of
farm produce to market this week.
Grinln Wright and wife were trans
acting business in Uulo one day last
week. Mr. Wright has dispensed
with his crutches and now can get
around quite well with a cane.
Herman Koehler was transacting
11 | business in Uulo Wednesday.
Albert Caston of near Barada was
' - transacting business hero Friday.
* | James E. Randall had business in
Uulo one day recently.
Coon Thomas of Winnebago Valley
was selling peaches in Uulo Saturday.
Ho has sold two loads and has lots of
fine budded fruit. He says that hs
gets eighty cents a bushel and ho can
hardly hand them out of the wagon
fast enough. He has lots more ripen
Black berries arc plentiful und Mrs
Milton /.immerman is picking lots o
them these days.
W. F. Dorsto of Beun creek was
business visitor in Uulo Saturday.
Miss. Otlio.Immerman spent Satin
duy and Sunday the guest of Mi-
Jennie Dicks of Uulo.
Notice Is lioioby ) Mvoii , thut by virtue (
tho.11111101 Ity In us vestfil mill arcordliiK I
nil imlor of tlio Dlsdlct court , In mid tt
UlchimNon county , Stuto ot Nrbrnsk
oiitcfi-d upon the IMh ilny of Juno , A. 1) )
11H > I , Iti uu action in I'urtltlou , wlierei
I.oulsu M. Mlllur U pliilutllV , mill I'm
Marmot , Kiiinia Maunot , Hosa Clin ii
llruco Clliigmi , Kroil C. Miirinot , Mao
Mariuut , lliirbaiu Mnrtnot , Wo-ilcy Mlllc
Tlio Tsills flty tatc Iltink. nndV ,
( roon\Mill and T. J. Gist , arc ( lotoiulunth ,
\Vo\\Illupoii on the Uth day of Augui
A. 1) . , I'.W , tit 2 o'clock , n in. , nt the wo
front door of the court house in Kal
Cltj , in said county of Klchurdson , stu
of Ntibraskn , otli-r lor pnlf > and sell totl
tilKUost and host bidder thcicfoio , tl
lollonlii ) ; doscrlbod prcnitso > > : The nor
half of the south half of the southoa
quarter ol the 8outhoa t quarter of soctl (
twonty-olK'ht (2 ( ) ; the southeast quart
of etitlaii < tu < > iity-nlno cJ.i ) ; the \\ost hu
of oi-tlou thirty-ttto , i. ) ; and the west hn
ol the northoiist quarter mid the wi' '
halt ot the bouthoast ( | iiaitor , and n pii
of the out-t imir of the northeast quart
ofH'Ctlon thirty-two M ) . All In towush
No. Ono (1 ( , north , raugo fourteen (1 (
oust Cth 1' . M , In Itlchnrdson count
Nrbraska , coiitalnlni ; in I acres of hind mo
or loss , according to the ovornnio
The above dobcilbi-d laud will bo dlvld
and Mild In separate tracts If the rofere
think It to bo for the best intoiests of tl
Terms of sale , cash.
Dated at Falls City. Nebraska , July
JOHN WH.TM : /
KiiKt ) KCMIUIN Kofeieos.
CiiMU.r.s SMITH \
STRAYIUJ. One white man
itrlit about 1000 pounds , bram ;
ed on rijjht sliouldcr > wire scr
on rijjht hind le . Straj-cd f roi
W. A. Margrave's about t\\
months ago. Information fo
or return to above will be r
FOR SALK : Two good Shor
horn bulls , yearlings past , ot
red and one roan. Both regi
tered and certified copy of ped
gree will be furnished. Wri
John Tighe , Ilumboldt , Xel
until after June 26th after wine
date address Joseph Corneliu
Ilumboldt , Neb. 27-4t
Cure Coldij Prevents Pneumonia
Cures Biliousness , Sick Cleanses the system
Headache , Sour Stomach thoroughly and-clears
ach , Torpid Liver and sallow complexions of
Chronic Constipation. Laxative Fruit Syrup pimples and blotches.
Pleasant to take It is guaranteed
For Sale at Dr. Moore's Pharmacy , Falls City , Nebr.
Opening of the Shoshone Kes-
rvation : Register nt Worliuid
orlhe ( lovermnent drawing entili
ng you to draw 150 acres of ihu1
rrigablf lands in the Shoshone
ieservution ; only $1.50 an acre ,
ine-third cash.100,000 acres , or
1500 farms , to be drawn for ; be-
ides this there are S00,000 acres
f lumber and mineral lands that
lay be taken in the usual way ;
otne of these hinds are supposed
o be of great value. One fare
or the round trip toYorland. \ .
vitli maximum of § 20.00 from
Omaha , Lincoln and Nebraska
joints. Tickets sold July 12th
o 2fltli , iinal limit August loth.
? ako this grandtrip through the
ich irrigated lands of the Big
lorn Basin. This will be one of
he greatest events in the history
) f the distribution of Uncle Sam's
To Pacilic Coast : Daily low
ixenrsion rates for this the greatj j
st railroad journey in the world. !
To Colorado and Return :
Vbout half rates. Still lower rates |
or the Elk's great meeting at
Denver July 10th to loth incliu
Also daily low rates to Eastern
esorts ; frequest homeseeker's ex
cursions , in fact tempting excur
sion rates in all directions
hronghout the Summer.
E. G. WlIlTFOHl ) .
L.W. WAKELCY , G. P. A. Omaha.
You Will Prosper
in the Great
In Oklahoma , Indian Territory
ind Texas are vast areas of nnim
proved land land not now yield
ing the crops of which it is cap
able. The same conditions apply
to the towns. Few lines of busi
ness nre adequately represented.
There are openings of all sorts
for mills and factories , for small
stores , for banks , newspaper and
lumber yards. You have only to
get on the ground to prove this.
To enable you to do so the Mis
souri , Kansas and Texas railway
Rates Cheaper Than Ever
Feb. 6th and 20th
March 6th and 20th
On above dates most lines will
sell both one-way and round trip
tickets at exceptionally low rates.
If your nearest railroad agent can
not give you the rates , write me
If you're in any
way interested in the
Southwest , I'd like to .
send you my paper
"The Coming Coun-
try. " Address
W. S. ST. GEORGE.
General Passenjjcr Afjent
5SO Walnwriflht BUJfl. St. Louis , Mo.
Tickets are on sale
everywhere , via Mis
souri , Kansas and
e Texas Railway.
THOROUGH COUflSte IN
BUSINESS , SHORTHAND ,
TYPEWRITING , TELEGRAPHY
Kxperienced teachers. 1'we Equipment
ment- . Gymnasium work. Assistance
In tecurhiK positions. Work to earn
board Individual instruction. Hnterany
time Lessons by mail. Advantages of
a capital city Write for Catalogue No , | ,
Lincoln Business College
LINCOLN , NFBRASK *
1,100,000 Acres of Agricultural , Mineral c t >
eral &nd Timber L&ivd Almost Free JJc o <
OPENING OF THE SHOSHONE RESERVATION go
This Reservation to be opened for settlement August loth
in directly reached by the Burlington's new line to Worland.
Wyo. , through the Big Horn Basin. Registration between
July Kith to Hist100,000 ; acres of line irrigable lands to be
drawn for and acquired at only $1.50 per acre , one-third cash ,
700,000 acres of mineral and timber lands to be taken up without -
out drawing , This is a most bountiful distribution of Uncle
Sam's land among the people. Cheap excursion rates ; only one
fare for the round trip to Worland , with a maximum of but
$20.00 from Omaha , Lincoln , Denver and Nebraska territory.
Register at Worland and go over the Burlington's Northwest c
line , which runs through thousands of acres of finely irrigated
land along the Big Horn River : the journey will be instructive
as lo the methods of irrigation to be practiced in the develop ,
incut of this new section. c :
Dates Of Sales : July 12th to 29th. Final limit August co
15th ; stop-overs enroute c t :
Consult nearest ticket agent for rates and descriptive Sho- co
slione folder with map , description of lauds , methods of draw o
ings , etc. c
Two daily through trains from the Southeast to Worland
during the registration.
L. W. WAKELEY , S3c
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT c
OMAHA , NEB. r !
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