The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, August 03, 1906, Page 2, Image 2
i * THE FALLS C\TV \ TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 3 , 1906. ' 9 OPPORTUNITY ! Now is the time for you to see the wonderful grain producing country in Finney and Kearney county , Kansas , in the irrigated district of the fa mous Arkansas Valley , where wheat yielded from 40 to 67 bushels to the acre and oats from 80 to 100 bushels. Call at our office and let us show % you a sample of the wheat raised on George Holland's land , near Garden City , it will surprise you. It is a country that produces abundant yields ' 9 of wheat , oats , barley , alfalfa , sugar cane , sweet potatoes , sugar beets , 'V fruits and garden stuff of all kinds. 'VV : K ' 9 IS KNOCKING AT 1 ' > 1I J > The soil is rich , black sandy loam , lO to 15 feet deep and cannot be ex ' ' 9 9 hausted and is never fertilized. It will grow anything that grows here < 9 and more of it. The climate is perfect the sunshine nearly perpetual. The ideal place for persons affected with bronchial trouble. YOUR DOOR The lands in this valley are yet within the reach of all , but the acreage is limited. Now is the time for you to act. Come with us on our next excursion and let us showyou this wonderful country. Be convinced that we have told you the truth. Our next Excursion August 7 , 21. Twice each I month. 1 1I I CLEAVER & SEBOLD ) OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE , FALLS CITY , NEB. r 4 > < s * $ > < s > $ s * $ > > ® < $ > < 3 > < 3 > FARGO. Kilns Martin cut his third crop of alfnlf n Tuesday. Coon Schmidt and K. 0. Hartford were Rule caller * Wednesday. John Wolf MiM some pcuuhcs In Rule the llrst of the week. Sen Wliitohcud was transacting business in the county seat , ono day this week. Fred Ivoohlor was ti Rule caller Wednesday. J , K. Randall had business In Fulls City Wednesday. J. II. Urine-jar sold several loads of poaches in Rule this week. Thomas Maudcrvlllo and Adam Blckol were transacting business hero Thursday. Grant Frell and Alois Kottcror WLTO transacting business hero Thursday. John Thlltce of Fort IIay.el was In Kulo Tuesday. Hill Fischer and family of near Fulls City were visiting ut the homo of his mother Mrs. Emily Fischer Tuesday. Charley Cavcrzapla and C. J. Ilubor of Rule visited at the homo of F. K. Nltzsche Sunday. Mrs. Henry Zimmerman and son of V'innobago Valley were pleasant call ers here Tuesday. Frank Rauman was shakluc hands with friends hero Tuesday. Mrs. Harford aurt daughter Dora visited at the home of Mrs. Alois Dannecker Tuesday. John Wlssman transacted business in Hulo Wednesday. L. M. Jones and A. K. Swain were transacting business in Rule Wednes day. day.Jefl Jefl and BUI Jones hauled hay from Nemaha Valley Wednesday. W. F. Dorste hauled hogs to Rule Monday morning. Charley Asenderf was a pleasant caller hero Monday. Dan Sutten Is working for Cuss Jones this week. Peter Neldecken of Winnebago Creek was attending to business in Rule Monday. Mrs. Duncan and son of St. Derlor were pleasant callers hero Monday. Mrs. Louis RIbbe and daughtei Matthew Poyntner and family hat1 business in Falls City Monday. G. Wright and wife had buslneei hero Monday. Messrs Jones were Rule callers Sat urday. Jake Zimmerman and sister Kmmn wore Rule visitors Saturday. Mlbsoa Schmidt and Paul were plea sant cullers at Rule Saturday. Albert Kbol of AragoCuntro brought in a line load of apples Saturday , Mrs. Threldkold was a Falls City visitor Saturday. John Santo and wife were Rule visit ors Saturday. J. W. Fisher was transacting busi ness In the county sent Saturday. Mrs Matilda Zimmerman of Fort Ila/.cl Is quite sick. Dr. Henderson of Rule was called Saturday to adminis ter medical treatment. Win. Bach and wife of Sunny Valley wore Rule callers Friday. Goo. Nltzche had business hero Fri day. Ilormau Koehler returned from Ala bama Friday. F. 12. Nltzscho of WInnobago was a Rule visitor the last of the week. Thomas Dttrfco of Bono Steel S. D. returned to the homo of his father R. K. Durfee of Wlnncbago Valley Thursday. Martin Frltscher was transacting business in Rule Saturday. F. R. Slmms returned to spend the Sunday here. Emma Ernst was a Rule caller Sat urday. S. M. Randall and Chus. Nit/.seho delivered 000 bushels of corn , each to : ho Rule elevator this week. Ellas Martin and John Dunn with their sons had business at the farm of the former Thursday. The campmeotlng of the ZIon con gregation oeglns In the Rleger grove August 1st and continues six days. A line dauco was enjoyed at the Welsonstolno homo Saturda > evening. A largo crowd eathered and enjoyed a most pleasant evening. Mrs. Peter Frederick of Falls City spent the llrst of the week at tbo homo of her son Edward of Sunny Valley. Dan and Milton Zimmerman return ed from Grlgsby. Kansas Wednesday. Miss Miller of Rule has gotten the rort Hazel school at 140.00 per month. Fanners are again plowing for win ter wheat. The little child of S. M. Randall got its thumb mashed in the cos wheels of a washing machine Friday. Dr. Henderson of Rule was called upon to treat the injured member. -SHUBERT May Sampli ! visited her aunt , Mrs. Lydla Harmon , last week and took in the carnival. Mr. Atkins , salesman for the marble works , was In the city Monday on bus iness and while here visited his old friends. Mrs. Charley Pond has been quite sick the past wcok but at this writing Is much better. Frank Shubert has been shipping peaches for the past week from his farm northeast of town. Susie Herns of Stella visited Susie Hoover and took in the carnival last Thursday. The llttlo three-year-old baby of Hardy Hayes died Saturday. Merle Harmon of Stella visited with her aunt here last Sunday. Revival meetings are in progress at the Methodist church this week. Mr. and Mrs. Flanikcy took in the street fair Wednesday and visited at the homo of Mr. stotts. May Sample is working for Mr. Christy this week. Tom Howard's little boy had the misfortune to get his arm cut very badly with an ax last week but under Dr. Shock's skillful treatment the llttlo follow is getting along nicely. Ctirrle and Blanche Bricker visited with Irene and Norvel Lewis Tuesday evening. Ci'eno and Marve and Velma Lewis and Lely Jones visited Mrs. Lydia Harmon Sunday. Mrs. Stootts and daughter took in the plonio at Verdon Thursday. MaggieLewls and mother were visit ing Mrs. Ebbs last Thursday. Walter Lewis , wife and baby visited with Mrs. Allie Lewis In the country last Sunday. Quito a number of people from this place went to Lincoln Tuesday to at tend the Christian State Convention. Mrs. Lydla Harmon was quite sick for several days. J. L. Dalby was a Barada visitor one day this week and while there bought the printing otllco and will move it to Shubert. Mrs. Felt and Mrs Wilson were Falls City visitors last Wednesday. Mrs. Bricker and daughters Carrie and Blanche were visiting their aunt Mrs. Palmer west of town Saturday. Mrs. John Unrgsma who was called to Iowa about two weeks ago by the sickness of a sister who was not ex pected to live , came home this vreek. Cures Biliousness , Sick Cleanses the system Headache , Sour Stomach thoroughly and clears ach , Torpid Liver and sallow complexions of Chronic Constipation. Pflllf Vflltl pimples and blotches. Pleasant to tallc HUH Jjlllp n is guaranteed For Sale at Dr. Moore's Pharmacy , Falls City , Nebr. Burlington Bulletin. AUGUST 100IJ. Yon will find some attractive excursion ml PS that will interest you. you.To Chicago and Return : Very low , less than half rates for the round trip. August -1th to (5th ( , inc. , August llth to 18th , inc. Ample return limits. To New England and Canada : Daily low round trip rates to Canada and on August Sth and 22nd to Now England resorts. G. A. R. Rates to Minneapolis and St. Paul : August llth to l.-Hh , inc. Much less than half rates for the round trip. To San Francisco and Los Angeles and Return : Only $50.00 direct routes , and $02.50 via Shasta Route and Puget Sound , ' returning via Northern Pacific- Burlington line via Billings. All the attractions of the West in- hided in this rate and route. Daily , Sept. Urcl to the Uth inc. , imit Oct. olsl. Denver , Colorado Springs and 'ueblo : For Pike's Peak cele- iration , one fare round trip , maxi mum $15.00 from the Missouri River , Sept. 10th to 22nd , inc. Homeseeker's Excursions : requently each mouth , accord- ng to territory. Ask your agent. tVrite D. Clem Deaver. Agent Burlington's Homeseeker's information mation Bureau at 1001 Fornani St. , Omaha , about getting hold of free section of Kinkaid land. Thousand of acres of these lands ire being vacated , and we assist ettlers in locating on these amis. $9.1)0 ) to St. Louis and Return : Via Burlington Route. Dates f sale August 4th. 5th , and (5th. ( Limit August loth , also Aug llth 2th and 18th. Limit Aug 22nd. For further particular inquire of ocal 'igent. To Chicago and Pt-cria and Re- ; urn $10.0 ; ) : Dates of sale : An- , nist 4th , Sth and Gth , 100(5. ( Final Limit ; August 15. K50G. Several excellent trains daily. Tickets : ind information of the local agent. E. G. WHITFOKU. L.W. WAKCLCY , G. P. A. Omaha. THOROUGH COURSCC IN BUSINESS , SHORTHAND , TYPEWRITING. TELEGRAPHY AND PREPARATORY i\5ierier.ctiJ : teachers. line liquip- inentOjinnaslum work Assistance in 'tciintip positions. Work to earn boa til Imluidual instruction , ttnternny time J.c sons by mall Advantages of v.npitnl citv Write for Catnlofme No , ( ! Lincoln Business College LINCOLN , NF1IRASKA R. R. PL&.YS , M. ID. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Olllco over McMillan's Drug Store. Olllco Tliotio 215. Kcftldenco Thouo 1C. Cslrciy Notice. Taken up at my place , ono mid oue-lmit' miles houth of i'nlls City , uu Juno 18 , 1900 , ono blue 1-0:111 : steer. No marks or brands. Supposed to bo about one nnd one-liulf year's old. Weight , WO pounds. S.XJ IlEXJ. I'OTr.ET. House and Six Lots For Sale. Corner of 2nd and Morton Sts. , with ' barn and other improve ments. Must be sold to settle up the Schulcr Estate. P. II. Jussisx , 33-3t Administrator. The Republican voters of Liberey Precinct are requested to meet in the village of Verdon on August 4th at 2:30 : p. in. for the purpose of selecting sixteen delegates to the Republican County Convention to be held at Falls City , Nebraska on August Gth at 2:00 : p. in. and to transact any other busi ness which may come before them. W. H. MAKK , Chairman. 1 1,100,000 Acres of Agricultural Min- ? " " " " * | 3 eral a.nd Timber L&ad Almost Free I OPENING OP THE SHOSHONE RESERVATION Tin's Reservation to be opened for settlement August loth is directly reached by the Burlington's new line to Worland , Wyo. , through the Big Horn Bnsin. Registration between July 115th to Hist100,000 ; acres of fine irrigable hinds to be i : drawn for and acquired at only 81.50 per ncre , one-third cash , 700,000 acres of mineral and timber lands to be taken up without - out drawing , This is n 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 S20.00 from Omaha , Lincoln , Denver and Nebraska territory. Register at Worland and go over the Burlington's Northwest line , which runs through thousands of acres of finely irrigated cc land along the Big Horn River ; the journey will be instructive c- as lo the methods of irrigation to be practiced in the develop , ment of this new section. DatCSOf Sales : July 12th to 29th. Final limit August C C 15th ; stop-overs enroute. c c c Consult nearest ticket agent for rates and descriptive Shoshone - G shone folder with map , description of lands , methods of draw ings , etc. * > c cc _ Two daily through trains from the Southeast to Worland c S3 during the'registration. S3f. f. f.S Button L. W. WAKELEY , o c GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT OMAHA , NEB. The Tribune The Newspaper with the big circulation. Enough said. FULL INVESTIGATION IS INVITED The Great Paper of the Great West The Kansas Citv Star Everywhere recognized ns the strongest mid most reliable newspaper in the most prosperous region of the United States. Wherein It Leads. ItS UnCXCClled NeWSSerViCe embraces the continuous report of the Associated Press , with dispatches every hour : the general and special service of the New York Herald ; the Hearst transcontinental leased wire service and special correspondence from THE STAR'S own representatives in Washington , D. 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