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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1906)
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 21 , 1906.
To the wonderful Arkansas Valley of Kansas and Colorado. |
On the First and Third Tuesday of each month , Cleaver & Sebold $
will run excursions to this wonderful valley , where the sunshine |
is nearly perpetual. The air is dry and pure. The health of the 2
community is marvelous. Beautifully shaded drives abound near
the town. Hundreds of small fruit farms make the landscape %
beautiful and homelike. In season the air is perfumed with the $
aroma of the thousands of acres of blooming fruit trees. The %
rippling water of the irrigation canals , the hum of the honey bee $
and the warble of the songsters , make sweet music for cultured ]
ears. The nicely painted houses and well kept lawns , make a j ;
fine appearing town. |
There are more shade trees in Garden City than is common in ' >
an eastern town. The school houses are immense brick structures - J
tures and the churches are many and of attractive and substantial - ; ; ;
tial build. The country round about is settled with a fine class ' >
of people , who live in comfortable houses with neat surroundings $
It is an ideal home country ; happy are those who live there and ; j ;
happy will be those who come. Go there and add 2 ( ) years to $
your life and they will be twenty happy ones , too. Every farm < |
has its reservoir for irrigation and they are stocked with fish i ;
which affords sport in your own yard. Long drives or rides $
through the irrigated district are not only enjoyable but very in- |
structive. Mere is found the highest development of the art of $
farming. Annual returns of $50 to $ i ( ) ( ) and even more per acre , , | >
are common. Steam plows cutting furrows miles in length are 4 > !
in evidence everywhere. Things are done on a large scale here , j ;
but there is room for anyone who will work. Many a man makes Iv
a living on lO acres and many a man farms lOOO acres. Lands I
from $28 an acre up. ?
OCTOBER 2 AND 16 I
Call or write for our booklet it is free. Excursions twice each |
CLEAVER SL SEBOLD < J > *
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE , - - - FALLS CITY , NEB.
; 4- -e SHS * $ > ' $ S > ' 5HSK5"SxjKS §
Olcn Hogrefo of Wlnnobngo Valley
and Wnltor Uukor anil Frank Uauiniin
of thu Hllby ranch irunstietml bnsliu" *
\V. P. Uorstu of Fort Hu/.ol transacted -
acted business in Uulo Monday.
Win , Huukmlnltitur unil Chits. N'Usun
were business cullurs Monday.
Mr. Huukor Is n-joiclti" ; over Ills
line young farmer boy. Ho wishes to
train him In the essentials required to
mnko a tlrstelass farmer of him.
Mrs. Uoso Martlnoskey and Mrs.
Frank Martlnoskey of Fort Hti/ol wore
llulo visitors Monday.
Kmmct Gleason of Arago Center
wns a visitor hero the llrst of the week.
Mrs. John 11. Ivrusor of Wlnnebugo
Valley who bus been quite 111 Is now
on the road to recovery.
John Gentry and J. J. Lamb of Fort
Ha/el transacted business in Uulo on
August Deekinger attempted to haul
a loiul of line apples , to Kulo Tuesday
but a sudden heavy rain cu.iio upon
him and soon made thu toads bo slip
pery that he was compelled to leave
his load at one of the farmer'b homes
until the next dav.
Godfrey Ucschko Is greatly improv
ing the road by the Kd Frederick farm.
This has until of late been one of the
worst ronilc hereabout while a vorj
little work would easily cause It to bean
an excellent road.
Annie TresKo of Clarltula , Iowa , Is a
guest at the homo of her aunt , Mrs.
John Gleason of Arago Centre this
The Fort Hazel baseball nine played
the Rule boys , Kulo having the sup
port of the Nebraska City batteries.
Fort Hazel , however , defeated them at
4 to : i. The game lasted one hour and
twenty minutes. The Falls City boys
arc arranging to play the Fort Hazel
Champions in the near future. A
good hot game is expected when they
Mrs. Lou Wright of Craig , Mo. , is a
guest at the home of Mrs.Cora Wright
Mrs. Philip Werner is quite ill at
Robert Williams of St. Joseph is n
guest at the home of Win. Wissmati
Mrs. Mary 13. Schmidt and Mrs ,
Alice Fischer of Winnebago Vallej
visited at the home of Mrs. Isaac
Lyons of Falls City Friday.
Elmer Schock secured the service !
of M. Jendrow of Fort Hazel to lay the
foundation to a double corn crib thin
Conrad Schmidt and ton George
were business visitors In Uulo Thurs
Win. Biuikmiiibter was at tlio county
Boat Thursday on business.
Oulto a number of people from this
vicinity attended the Viinamburg
shows hi Kulo t'Vidiiy. They consider
tholr f > 0 cents well spent.
Vernal Wright Is working on the
farm near Wymore , this state.
Unolu IllrumVolfo was a pleasant
caller here Thursday.
Koad Ovorsour Ghas. Haelllo has
helped the Klbbu hill much recently.
Notice for UULs.
Xntico IK lit'ieli ) wlxi'ii to nil
slriiiK to Mil ( or tht * buiUlltit , ' and con-
stincllou o ( com < iit xlilo\\.i1l < s hi the cits
of I'nlls CIO , Ni-liraslci. tli.u ( lie ) shall
filitllli tlio clt ) olorU ( if Haiti clt ) , on or
iH'furo 12 o'clock ( noon ) Sntiml.u , the dtli daj
of Octolicr. 1'KVi ' , tholr se.ile.1 Mils d-stl-
innlcs to ! In uritlnu ) ht.xtintr the lo.ist
th.it ili < - \ \\lll liullil .mil oonstriiet ooinont sulo
\\.ill\s tor ) > or llnoal foot , on the ( ollouinu
iloscrilK-il lots , hitii.itoil in I'.ilN Citj , No-
lir.islt.i , to ult :
T.asl sliliot block it , Stii'loV 4th ailili
lion to r.T'.lt. City , Nclir.tKk.i.
South itiilu of lot 13. niul uost mils of
IOIH 13 , 14 , U , id , In Woclv 5. inthooriniii.il
city of Tails City , Nebraska.
On the \\est ciuls of lots IT , Is , l' ) , block
5 , SliMSlr'n nililltlon to Talln Clt > , Ne
lliils to K > in nicnntaitcoitti hiiecitUMtion
on Hie in tile cltj clerk's oflico. The cit\
council roserxcH the richt to reject any or all
billH. It. K. llAKUK.
41-2t Clt > Clerk.
Notice of AJminlslrtxtion.
In the matter of the rsuuo of William
McKciulr > MaiU1uilicci ctl.
In the count > court of KichanUon count ) ,
Notice in herobj givoti to all pnrtles
intiTCktoil , tluit Wesley H. Maililos. illil.
on the 10th da > of September , l"0u , fllo
in thin court , a lul > MTilleil petition pra-
Ink' that he ma > l > o appointiM mlininlbtrator
of the estate of William McKcmlry Maililox.
ileceaseil : a nit that on the inu day of
jiUmUi. JiOu , Marj J. MaiUlox , as the
\\lilow of salil ileceaseil , by C. lKeais
her altornoy , flleil her duly verified peti
tion , prajint : that the administration of
the estate of deceased u > committed to
John W. Holt and William Uhlle , as joint
administrators of s.ild estate. It is ordered
that said petitions K > heard by the court
on the 4th da > of October. IMd , at 10
o'clock a , m. . In the county court room at
rails Cit ) , In said count ) , \Uien and uliere
all parties interested maj appear and
oppose the erantini : of the praers of
either or Knh of said petitions.
11) order of the court dated September
llth. l iVj. JOMJ ) ilUlNO > .
W Count ) Judce
CURES catarrh of the stomach.
Articles of Incorporation.
Xotliv U lnreliirUcu of the Illliiir of
llio follouliik' .irticli-s of incorporation iimlor
. \iiil hjirtuo of thu 1.u\s of JColir.ihUa.
Articles of incorporation of The John
( iillilMII CcHMll.nilJ.
The n.tiiie of this corporation Hiiall bo The
John Ciillluan Company.
Thu principal place or tran actliiif the
business of this corporation shall bo at Palls
City , Nebraska.
The genera ! natiiio of the business to
be trani > actftl by thin corporation shall bo
a k'eni'ral contracting anil construction
business InclmlltiK the contracting anil
construction of briilifc1eoucrh , viaducts ,
anncilucts anil other construction work of
Tito amount of the capital stocU of this
corporation shall bo Quo IliuuUe.l Thousand
Dollais , In shares of $100.00 each , of which
not loss than Seventy Thousand Dollars
shall IH > fully paid In on or In-fore
October 1st , l'Hiisnid stm-l ti > 1 > non-.issfs
The linnni ihe fiiinmeno uu-nt > i Hi s
Do not risk having
Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bright's Disease
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. - ° r Diabetes
For Sale at McBride's Pharmacy , Falls City , Nebr.
Cheap Farm Land.
Southwest Offers Uest Opportunities
For Securing Homes.
' Mimy fanners in the Northern
, nnd Eastern states are selling their
' high priced lands and locating in
] the Southwest. Many who have
been unable to own their homes
in the older country are buying
lands in the new country.
Unusual opportunities exist
along the lines of the Missouri
Pacific-Iron Mountain Route.
The rich , alluvial , delta lands and
river bottom lands of Southeast
Missouri , Eastern Arkansas ,
Louisiana and Texas , capable of
producing GO bushels of corn , a
bale of cotton , ! to 0 tons of alfalfa
I 0 bushels of potatoes , and other
j grains , vegetables and hay crops ,
, can be bought for $7.50 to $15.00
I per acre. When cleared and
slightly improved will rent for
$1.00 to $ ( i.OO per acre cash. '
Uplands more rolling , lighter
soil , adapted to fruit growing
peaches , pears , plums grapes ,
berries also melons , , tomatoes
and other vegetables , can be
bought for $5.00 to $10.00 per
acre in unimproved state. Many
places with small clearings and
some improvements can be bought
Write for luiip and descriptive
literature on Missouri , Arkansas ,
Louisiana Texas , Kansas or Indian -
dian Territory. Very cheap rates
on first and third Tuesday of
TOM Huolies , T. P. A ,
Omaha , Neb.
or n. C.To\VxsixuG. P. &T. A. ,
St. Louis , Mo.
corporation sh.ill IKon the l th day of
September. 1'Wi. and shall terminate Septem
ber 1 ? , l')5d. '
The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability to uhlch this corporation sh.ill
at any time IHJ subject to shall not exceed
t\\o-tliirils ( if the paid up capital stock.
The affairs of tills corporation are to
bo conducted by the following officers :
President , Secretary and Treasurer and
a board of directors consisting of three
members. Their terms of oflico to be for
iino jear or until their successors are
elected and nullified in accordance with
the bylaws of the corporation.
JOHN ( in.uUAN ,
AMOS K. r.AXTT.
3'-5t JOHN A. CKOOK.
WANTKI > Have stock of Gen
eral Merchandise in Cass county ,
Nebr. , will trade for lf > 0 acre
farm in Richardson county , Neb.
No. 1113 , West Oregon , St.
Cor. 12th , Hiawatha , Kaus.
THE AK-SAR-BEN FESTIVAL
HAS MADE OMAHA FAMOUS.
"SOMETHING DOING ALL. THE TIME"
HALF FARE ( October 1st to 5th ) ALL RAILROADS
DAY PARADE fPT | 0 DAY PARADE
TUESDAY UUli L THURSDAY
ELECTRIC PAGEANT nnT Q CORONATION BALL f\nf \ C
WEDNESDAY NIGHT UU 11 d FRIDAY NIGHT Uuli 0
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t A full line of the Small Musical Instruments , f
Latest Sheet Music , Edison and Victor Records.
We also carry a large stock of
SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES
Falls City Music Company j
Opposite Court House
SEE THE WEST c
WITH ITS 1906 CROPS c.e .
From Omaha and Council Bluffs to Western Nebraska
and Kansas every Tuesday , round trip one fare plus 32.00 , c
minimum excursion rate S'J.OO.
To Eastern Colorado Brush , Port Morgan , Sterling , c r
ITnxtum , Holyoke , Wray , Yuma. Akruin and other point- * , first
and third Tuesdays of each mouth , rcuml trip rate one fare < :
To Denver , Colorado Springs and Pueblo , first and third I
Tuesdays of each mouth , round trip rate S20.00. II
To South Dakota , Wyoming , ( Big Horn Basin ) Montana ,
first and third Tuesdays of each month , round trip rate one
fare plus $2.00 maximum $20.00 from Omaha.
Stop-overs allowed in homeseekers' territory in either C
direction , final limit twenty-one days.
The excellent IDOli crops along the Burlington's lines
t'urnibh a strong object lesson to homesaekcrs and investors as
to the permanent and increasing values of farm lands under
modern and intelligent methods of farming.
Send for the Burlington's list of Western Land Agents , or
mention the locality about which you desire to inform your
self , and we will put you in touch with Land Agents.
Folders free on application : "Free Homesteads , " "Big
Horn Basin , " Billings District" , North Platte Valley" , Nebraska -
braska Book' ' , also now on press , new folder.
'BuflinOIonl ' "Dry Land Farming along the Burlington. "
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