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8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MARCH 29 , 1907
Foil SAM : 820 acres nbout 4 miles of Snlem , upland. All fenced , new house 4 rooms ,
well and windmill , 150 acres cultivated , 20 neres meadow , 8 acres timber , balance pasture
Henry C. Smith S40 per acre. Small payment down balance 10 years time 5 per cent. A bargain.
. 110 to 120 acres near Salem , bottom land , Good teruiH. Might lent for 1907. Handy
to dcpotand town.
100 acres 2 miles of Falls City. 100 acres 2i miles of Stella. 100 acres Niu-knlU Co. ,
Neb. About 50 acres winter wheat , $ -10 per acre. 80 acres Brown county , Kas. , 7 unlee
LANDS & LOANS southeast of Hiawatha. Will take small house in Falls City as part pay. Good terms.
200 acres ! 5 miles Falls City , good , fair house. ICO acres Johnson county , good terms.
Mr * . Ralph Phllpol Is visiting Lin-
coin friends thl * week.
Dr. E. E. Meyers was u county seat
visitor I'YUlay evening.
W. B. Alo.xainlor and wlfo were tip
from Diiwson Tuesday.
Whooping cough bus miulo Us up-
pciininoe In the llumbnlilt schools.
Pcurl Gnrvcr has rcturncil from a
visit with frlomla In Lincoln and Ster
Mr * . E. C. Collmpp and son , Scgrlst ,
were uMicsts of Tccnniseh relatives this
Dr. Mary Bowers was over from
Pawnee City , Sunduy visiting former
Nellie Rlst Bpcnt Saturday and Sun
day with her slater , Mrs. L. M. BillIngs -
Ings In Table Uock.
L. C. Edwards ciunu up from Falls
City for a few hours visit with friends
In this city Monday.
Mrs. A. J. Btiorstottu spent a part of
the week with her friend , Mrs. M. L.
Wilson , in Fulls City.
Mrs. L. Ilowcll and children return
ed Monday from a several days visit
with friends in Bcutrlco.
K. S. Norton and family arc contem
plating locating on a homestead in the
western part of the Btuto.
Roscoe Anderson recently sold his
uharcs In the Table Hock telephone
company to A. A. Tanner.
John Reynolds and wife of Beaver
City are hero to attend the funeral
of the hitter's father , Joseph Hays.
Jennie Fellers has been employed in
the Campbell grocery store this week
during the absence of the proprietor.
Andy Bleeha and family loft this
week for their future homo in South
Dakota where they hayo purchased u
Nannie Chatlln wont down to Falls
City for several months , returned to
her homo in this city the last of the
( Julioa largo delegation of teachers
from this end of the county went down
to Fulls City Friday to attend the
Mrs. C. Miller , who mul bucn visit
ing her parents , John Smith and wlfo
in Humboldt , returned Sunday to her
liomo In Pttwnco City.
'Mrs. Jack Nrlttonham , who hud
been visiting with her relatives , M. C.
Campbell and wife , returned the ! ustof
the week to her homo In Lincoln.
Mrs. Chus. Lane and little daughter
returned to their home in Table Rock
L Friday after spending several days at
the homo of A. II. Fellers and wife.
R. O. Porak this week purchased the
Vnueht grocery store on the east side
of the square , and Is now busily en
gaged In invoicing the stock of goods.
Susie Phllpot , who bus been em
ployed lit the National hotel in Falls
City for several months , returned to
her .homo in this city the last of the
Large crowds are gathering In the
Presbyterian church each evening to
listen to Evangelist Fred Enslow , who
is conducting union services in that
T. T. Feesler and wlc ( , former resi
dents of this place but lately residing
at Weeping Water , this state , were
visiting friends in this locality recent
ly. They expect to locate in Pawnee
George Alberts and Miss Alma Yel-
kin , well known young German people
ol this place \ > ent down to Falls City
Thursday last , where they were united
in marriage by Judge Gagnon. The
will reside the coming year on a farm
north of town.
Joseph Hays , one of the oldest resi
dents of this community died ? aturduj
afternoon at the homo of his daughter ,
Mrs. Walter McCllntock , northwest o
town , his illness was of but a few day !
duration and the news of his dealt
came as a surprise to his many trlcnds
The Canada party left Friday nigh
with their stock and farm implement
for their Canadian claims. The part ;
was composed of Guy Hummel , Arthu
Stalder , Arthur anil Walter Unland
Ed Rlst and T. M. Fry. The ladle
will join their husbands in about thre
Mrs. Marian Wagoner , who for th
past year has been making her horn
with her daughter , Mrs. Chas. Or
east ot town died at an early hour o
Saturday morning , after a prolonge
illness , aged CC years. The funers
services were held from the horn
The following gentlemen nro in
TO.MIS this week \lewlng the land In
that section of the country. F. R'
Buttcrllolil. N. C Campbell , C. E.
Nlnn , .1 D. Shnuigor. F. A. Hummel ,
L. II. Howe. Robott Htllo , Ashford
Edlo , ,1oepli Xulok and G. W. Butter-
llcrmon Shnlt/ and Miss Qiteunle
Hrown were united in marriage at the
homo of the bride's sister , Mrs. Henry
Herr , northwest of town , at 7 o'clock
Tuesi'ay livening , Rev. H. A. lichen-
wuld performing the ceremony in the
presence of a few friends. The bride
comes from Council Hlulis , Iowa , but Is
quite well known in this vicinity hav
ing made frequent visits to friends in
this locality. The groom Is a son of
Augiisi Shultv. and wlfo of this place.
They will make their homo on what
Is known as the old Patterson farm
south of town.
The lire department was called out
Saturday ultcrnoon to extinguish a
bla/.u In the Power Bros , sheep shed.
The llru was under control before much
damage was done , but was u narrow
escape for the big sheep barn , which Is
tilled with thousands of head of sheep.
he lire boys made another run to the
uno locality on Tuesday , It being the
ay barn of Power Bros. , this time.
, was feared for a time that the high
I nil would bo fuvorablo for the Humes ,
ut such was not the case. It U sup-
030(1 ( thut spurks from passing truina
uused the conllagrutlons.
John Hall returned homo from Peru
John Crab spent the lust of the week
Grace Bennett made u business trip
Frank Vouch made a business trip to
'alls ' City Thursday.
W. D. Corn was a business visitor at
'alls ' City Thursday.
Tom Qulgglo made a business trip to
Duradn lust Thursday.
Anna Fruunfelder wont to Falls City
-rlduy to visit relatives.
Mrs. Fred Gibson and son visited
vlth Al Ivroh's Wednesday.
Trunk Brickor of Shubcrt was here
short time , last Tuesday.
LuYeriio Arnold heard the debate at
? alls City Friday evening.
Prof. Watson spent the latter part ol
he week ut the county seat.
John Ilussenyuger and wlfo were
'alls ' City vleitors Saturday.
W. S. Byerly attended the shool
Friday at the county capital.
Rov. Jucob Schnfor loft lust week for
: ils now work ut Foster , Nebr.
liud Page of Dawson was In town : i
hort while Saturday evening.
Dr. Shook , of Shubcrt , was here
Tuesday on professional business.
Rose Mark spent Sunday with Mil
ard Goodloo and wife ut Stella.
Fred Gibson and Will Goolsby visltci
at the county capital Saturday.
Frank Clark took a shipment of hog !
to Kansas City the lust of the week.
Dsve Clark made a , business trip t <
Barada , SJuibert and Stella lastThurs
Monte Luai of Barnard , Mo , , is visit
ug his uncle Gco. Lum and family thli
Li/zie Conover und Muriel Stowar
attended the debute at Fulls City Frl
day ni ht.
Frank Dietrich anil wife made i
business trip to the county scat lu $
Mrs. G. D. Knaps went to Elk Creel
Friday on a visit to her friend , Mrs. W
Rov. W. C. Brewer and son of Mapl
Grove wore here lust Wcdnesduj o
Inez Griffith spent the latter part o
the week In Falls City visiting her si ;
tor , Mrs. Davles ,
W. F. Yench. John Hull and F. \ \
Robb were passengers on the M. P. t
Fulls City Sunday.
Clyde and Monte Lum , E. A. Hurdc :
and Kd Fruunfelder attended the shoo
ut Fulls City Saturday.
Mrs. W. C. Brewer und children ui
rived from Maple Grove , Tuesda :
to visit her sister , Miss Hart.
Florence Judd and Viva Klnney a
tcndea the Teachers' association E
Falls City Friday und Saturday.
Mabel Auxier and Pearl Cunnlnj
ham attended the teachers' associatio
at Falls City the last of the week.
Tom Qulggle and Roy Corn drove t :
Salem Sunduy whuru the latter took
the train for his home ut Humboldt.
Fred Douglas , Tom Qulggle , Dave
Clark and Charley Morun attended thu
debute ut Fulls City Friday evening.
Lewis Busby and wife accompanied
by Miss Ankrom and demon Gates
drove down from Shuburt lust Tuesday
and took the train to Falls City where
the hitter couple- got married.
Mrs Hardingventto Rule Saturday.
Mrs. Tyncr spent Sunday in Morrill.
lloyd Wood came over from Dawson
( . E. Hull of Verdon wus In town
' Mrs. Bert. Forucker went to Dawson
Mrs. Clay Wagner went to Merrill
Miss Lilu Spin-lock went to Lincoln
' Eil Miiy went to St. Joe on business
I Mrs. Chris Morris visited lust week
R. F. Huston went to Humboldt lust
C. L. Ayers and wife were In Fulls
Cluy Wagner and wlfo went to Falls
W.S Leyduof Fulls City wus in
Mrs. D. C. Simmons went to Fulls
Eugene Meredith drove to Falls City
Florence Jones spent Suturduy night
with Ora French.
Charles Westley , of Fulls City was
In Snlem Thursday.
John Tlchn and wlfo drove to the
county seat Tuesday.
Earl Emmert bus been visiting his
I brother , C. B. Emmert.
Fred Smith und wife left Ttiesdtiy on
nn extended visit In Texas.
H. B- Glenn of Sabcthu wus in town
Wednesday en route to Fulls City.
Clara MeDermiek who is teaching
near Fulls City spent Sunday ut home
Robert nnd Austin Thornburg , of
Merrill , \isltcd In Sulem a few days
Mrs. Robt. Henderson of Rule who
has been visiting her mother returned
J. L. Musgrovc came over from
Sabetha Wednesday to look after his
Mrs. J Shrimpton and Miss Olive
Tildcn entertained the married lud'cs '
at Kensington Saturday attcrnoon and
ulso gave an enster party In the oven-
Zeph Holdsworth bus the measels.
Albert Delong Is again able to bo
Traveling men are keeping our mer
chants busy this week.
The wife and children of A. J. H oak-
worth are reported quite ill.
B. F. Hendrlx has just returned anrl
is living just west of Barada.
Chas. Slagcl and wife , of Shubort ,
were trading in Barada Tuesday.
L. P. Bowman , of Wagner , I. T. ,
visited with his father last week.
Mrs. Mary Lohnes is visiting In
Shubert with Mrs. Leslie this week.
Roll Franklin Is down from Lincoln
where he bus been attending college ,
E , E. James , of Falls City , bought
seventy-five fuses of eggs of our mur
chants this week ,
The Crother plnce recently vacated
by Mrs. A. M. Seaborn has been rentet
c by Paul Waters.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuker , am'
Mrs. Susie Williamson visited at tlu
county seat Saturday.
C. II. Martin , while In Falls City thi
week , purchased u new four horsi
gasoline engine und saw.
Fritz Fieno is moving his house fur
! tber East. FriUie doesn't believe li
n I having too close neighbors.
I The Missouri river is slowly fulling
' nnd U is anticipated that its greutcs
damage for the year Is past.
ft Grandma Thompson is visiting he
daughters , Mrs. T. C. Roe and Mrs. E
tC. . Thompson in Falls City.
lt W. F. Butler and daughters wer
called to Lincoln to attend the funera
of their aunt , Mrs. Samuel Butler.
10 Mrs. Frank Gllllland is suffering th
evil results of stepping on a rusty nail
o She is improving a * present writing.
Several Falls City people were in
Barada Monday. Among them wo note
John Morcheud. Will Uhllg and E. O.
Dr. J. F. Strong was made happy
Fr'ilny evening by the arrival of Mrs.
Strong and Uarlan who have been
visiting with friends mid relatives in
Iowa for the puit six weeks.
Rev. W. Brewer who after u pastor
ate ot two years hpre , goes to York.
We are sorry to lose him , but feel that
his coming years work will bo a gra
cious uplift to the people to whom bo
Rev. Leo Von Haver , of Kansas City
I being in our village by accident on
Sunday evening talked to the people.
j His shafts struck straight houn und
till who hcurd him felt that he was u
power und a blessing.
On Saturday the ladles of the Evan-
clicul church with their friends meter
or un old fashioned quilting bee
'ongucs ' and needles both Hew merrily
ml by the close of the day .the work
us finished. The quilt was u parting
icmonto to Mrs. W. U. Brewer , the
On Friday occurred the death of G.
I. Bridgeman at this place. The news
umo as a sudden shock , for it was not
encrully known that he was ill , his
Ickncss being of such short duration ,
'ho disease was uuscess on thu bruin.
iy his deuth five children are orphaned
he mother's death having preceded
he father by about eighteen months.
Ir. Bridgemiin's sister will care for
he children. To the bereaved family
vo extend our heartfelt sympathy.
Mamie- Fisher spent Sunday with Inti
Edna ShalVer Is quite sick at this
Louis Blukc went to Atchlson Kan-
Sadie Peck wus a guest of Edith
Wulte Johnston wus u guest of Oustlc
Rev. Brewer preached his farewell
Bert Dodds wus u guest of his friend ,
] d Burtlott Sunday.
Daisy Peck und Delia Knlsely visited
vith Ida Burk Sunday.
E. T. Peck and family spent Sunday
vlth the former's mother.
Lydlo Werner was u guest of her
rlcnd Elmu cook Sunday.
II. A. Burk and wife spent Sunday
vlth the hitter's parents.
O. B. Prlchurd und wife were guests
of II. J. Prlchurd nnd wife.
Charles undLloydShouso were guests
of clurenco Peck , Saturday.
Lloyd Knisely and Willie Peck spent
tindny with Harvey Peck.
Elda Brewer spent Saturday and
Sunday with Clara Luughry.
Mrs. Chester Stump was a guest of
of F. S. Llchty and wile Monday.
Chas. Stump and wife were guests
of the laUer's parents recently.
Rev. Brewer und ife spent Satur
day night with friends at Bararda.
Wm. Huettner and family were
ot Martin Noclt's Sunday.
Ohas. Whetstlno and family spent
Sunday with Geo. Pricbard und wife ?
A few of the young folks spent Sun
duy evening with Clay Peck and wife.
John Burd , sr. , and wife , of Rule ,
are spending the week with relatives.
Author and Pete Darveau , of Rule ,
were the guests of Mrs. O'Mara Sun
Mrs. Cluude Phllllpl who was quite
ill lust week is some better at this
Anson Knisely and wife spent Sun
day In Kansas the guests of Mrs. K's
Mrs. A. McCann is suffering a good
bit with her wrist that she hurt some
John Hutchison went to Merrill
Kansas Saturday for a months stay a
Noah Peckwifo and daughterEthel
spent Sunday at Merrill , Kansas , tlu
guests of friends.
Bertha Brim returned to her home
near Hamlln , Kansas Saturday ufte
two weeks visit with her sister.
Xoah Peck wishes ye scribe to men
tlon the fact that he has some On
Early Ohio seed potatoes for sale.
As Clarence Smith has resignec
as leader of the High Schoo
band what is the matter witl
Prof. Harnack as leader ?
Julia Cronln wus n county capital vis
itor rrlday ,
Grace Harding spent Sunduy with
Ray McVey went to FHghluml to
work lust week.
Leslie Inks of Kansas spent Sunday
with friends here.
Mrs. Bessie Brlncgar was a county
seat visitor Friday.
Bessie Anderson was on the sick list
u few days this week.
Cecil and Mamie Kunnly were county
sent visitor lust Friday.
James Cronln departed for Hum
boldt Sunduy uflcrcoon ,
Steve Cunningham made u business
trip to St. Joe Saturday.
Prof. Nichols wus u Fulls City visitor
lust Friday and Saturday.
John Kiinaly made u business trip to
t. Joseph Saturday morning.
Josle Murphy represented Rule In
he debate at Falls city Friday
Bert Fritz of Wymore was transact-
ng business in Rule lust Saturday.
John Kunuly shipped u cur louu of
logs to St Joseph rrldny night lust.
Thomns Alkmun is putting a now
oof on a part of his house this week
A. Miller of St. Joseph stopped off
n Rule Sunduj- his way to Wymore.
Mrs. Nichols and two children do-
larted for Stella Friday for an extend
Wm. Shepherd , Charlie Belpler and
ohn Hlnkle were county seat visitors
W. B. Hinton of Omaha stopped off
icre on his way to rortescue Tuesday
W. J. Cunningham shipped a carload
of alfalfa to Kansas City the first of
Our ferryman is' kept busy these
days crossing lumber from the Mis-
Less Leei's spent Sunduy with home
oiks , returning to the county scat the
Mrs. Clyde Adams returned home
, hls week from a visit w'th ' Nebraska
John Gustufson of Wymore was tran-
iactlng business in Rule th'e latter part
of last week.
Mrs. Emma Kern returned from u
visit to Stella and Falls City lust Friday - .
Viiugh MoVey went to Kansas last
Thursday where he expects to work
'or some time.
Robert Dunn has moved to Missouri
to work for Steve Cunningham the
Hope Ward and Bessie Anderson
visited in Fulls City Friduy and Sntur-
day of last week.
Rev. Ashby of Elk creek preached
at the M E church last Sunduy morn-
ng and evening
Joseph McDonald has put a new roof
on his house and will replaster , paint
and put on other ne6ded repairs.
Mrs. Dr. Wiser and daughter. Nellie
arrived in this city Thursday evening
for a visit with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Miller of Albion , Nebr. , de
parted for her home Monday after u
week's visit with her son , Harry Mann
Grant Ocamb gave bis special sale
this spring on cloaks , suits and waists
lust Saturday. Essie Marsh assisted
with the sale.
C. Huber wus called to Lincoln last
week by the death of a relative. Alta
Simmons assisted in the post ofllcc
during bis absence.
There wns a holiday in the public
schools Friday on account of the de
bate. Rule was on the negative side
and also the losing side.
John Martlnosky departed foi Okla
homa one day lust week , leaving u
vacancy in the council , which place
Mox Gesser was appointed to fill.
Will Cunningham has repaired one
of his tenement houses across the river
and John Dunn wlUNoccupy the same
and farm for himself the oomlng year.
Dolph Picrco returned from rortes
cue where he has been working for
sometime , the first of the week , and is
now working on the section for The ? ,
Mrs John Martinosky and children
have moved into the country until Mr ,
Martlnosky has a house in shape on his
newly purchased home , then they will
join him in Oklahoma.
The following persons from Rule
took in the joint debate at Falls cltj
lust Friday : Alleo and Alta Gilbert ,
Eltu Simmons , Essie Maish , Earl and
Earnest shepherd , Ed Gilbert. Wu- ;
Richardson and Fred Ball
Garden making Ithu order of tLe
day. Fruit tree * in bloom : trees und
bushes given with leave- , and several
March dn.\- yet : and everybody usk'ns
each other , "Will theie be u frost and
spoil It nil ? " But none of Us are
prophets to unswer the question : time
alone will tell.
A pleasant surprise party was given
last Saturday evening ut the home of
Fred Steinaur und wife in honor of
their daughter , Lulu. About twenty
of her youne friends were present aud
enjoyed themselves until u lute hour
with gumes and music , then repaired
to their homes after wishing Ml s
Lulu many happy returns.
_ _ _
Christ lias risen ! Christ has risciH
Sang the children that Easter morn.
For Christ had risen , and over the
The news spread as the festivities at
the Christmas tide.
Some clay we too must arise ,
To meet our God in the skies ,
Can we be as pure and s\\ect
As the lilies that \vc meet ?
Can we be so while the temptations
strong and bold ,
Are here to overwhelm us till we're
No we cannot and our boys now stand
Face to face with this demon bold.
There is Christ in raiments bright.
Softly saying through the night ,
"Roll this stone aside
Which abounds over the world wide. "
Oh ! then fathers , vote this monster
out of town
Ere your boys sink to the grotuuL
So that wbcn you are old
You their cu rses will not hold.
George Alberts , Humboldt . 21
Almu Yerkin ; Humboldt . 18
Eston .loirs Rule 18d
Ida Zlmmurmun. Rule 21
Henry Burgguist , Herndon Kansas. . 21
Carrie Shipley , Fulls city . 21
Chester Harding , Hamboldt . 21
Ethel Albright , Humboldt . l < s
Herman Schutx , Humboldt 23
Quecnle Brown , Humboldt . 20
Andrew Sharp , Humboldt .
Cora Barnard , Humboldt .
Next Tuesday is election day.
Mrs. May Ziegfler of Rule i * .
visiting with relatives here.
County Clerk John Hutchins is
spending this week in Indian
Roscoe Anderson while down
from Humboldt Wednesday was
a pleasant caller at these quarters.
Ike Beaulieu has sold his re-
idence to Jake Fredrick and with
his family is contemplating :
moving to Idaho this summer.
S. Davies and family are packing -
ing their furniture for storage
preparatory to goingto Chester ,
Nebraska for the summer where
he has a contract for a large
Richardson council , K. & ' L.
of S. enjoyed an excellent meet
ing Tuesday evening , initiating
a number of candidates , having-
a supper and a dance. K. & . L.
of S. is rapidly growing in this.
While taking some paper from
the wall Odda Lapp had the mis
fortune to fall from the article on
which she was standing down
on to a chair , sustaining severe
bruises. For a while it was
feared that she had sustained
more serious injury.
J. K. Cornelius walked front
his home live miles north of
Humboldt to that place Wednes
day , stopping at the brick j'ard
a mile from town and enjoying a
pleasant visit there. Arriving
in Humboldt he took the train
for this city and spent Thursday
with numerous friendsat this
place. He was a pleasant caller
on The Tribune force.
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