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8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , APRIL 5 , 1907
FOR SAM : H20 acres about d mili'B of Siilem , uplnnd. All fenced , new house ! rooms ,
well mid windmill , 150 acres cultivated , 20 acres meadow. 8 acres timber , balance pasture
Henry C. Smith 310 per acre , rfmnll payment down balance 10 years lime 5 per cent. A bargain.
. 110 to 120 acres ni'ar Salem , bottom land , Good terms. Might rent for 1907. Handy
to dt-p otand town.
KJO acres 2 miles of Palls City. 100 acres 2 $ miles of Stnlla. 100 acres Nuekolls C. ) . ,
Neb. About 50 acres winter wheat , S-10 per acre. 80 acres Brown county , Kas. , 7 miles
LANDS & LOANS southeast of Hiawatha. Will take small house in Palls City as part pay. Good terms.
200 acres miles \ Palls City , good , fair house. ICO acres Johnson county , good terms.
John Moore wor.t to Dawson Mnnilny
Sadie Jones wunt to Fulls City Mon
Jos. Wlndoll wont to Wymoro Frl
Mls Lena Houek spent Suiuluy ut
Miss Dean went to'FullsClty Monday
K. E. Grinstcud wont to llumboldt
Jim Kollcy anil wife spent Sunday
Grace Uennctl o ( Vcrdon wus In
T. . ) . Gist and son dro\o up from rails
G. W. Shucly went to Hulo on busi
Win. Uhllg , wife and children spent
Sunday at Salem.
ShorllT Fcnton was In town Tuesday
on olllclal business.
Mrs. Dude Corn , of Vcrdon visited In
Miss Florence Wyllo came up from
Falls City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gist of Ilumooldt spout
Sunday In this city.
Jcsslu Jones of Falls City spent Sat-
tirday ut this place.
Mrs. Uaino of Falls City spent suv-
cral diijs last week In Salem.
Mrs. Graves and children loft Thurs
day for a visit In Pawnee City.
Ada Brhlgomnn of Harma ! is visiting
ut the homo of Xack Rrldgmun.
Mrs. O. B. Lesley and daughter
Mublo spent Sunday in Nitns City.
Josh Lord , wife and daughter of
Falls City spent Sunday In this city.
Mrs. W. W. Wertx returned homo
from Alma , Neb. , Thursday evening.
ROBCOO Anderson of Humboldt made
a business trip to Salem on Tuesday.
Mrs. D. C. Simmons and Mrs. Ilunnu
Van Dcrvolt drove to Falls City Wed
Bonbon Jones and Frank RanUtnu
returned homo from Lincoln Thursday
Fred Wlndell of Wyinoro spent sev
eral , days of last week with Salem
WalterSavllle returned the first of
the week from a visit at Brndshaw ,
Mrs. Katherlne Martin arrived
Wednesday from-Liberty , Nobr. , fern
n few weeks visit.
Mrs. Win. Staeh and Mrs. Housing'
burg and daughter of Vcrdon visited In
Laura Smith and Mrs. Wiltbo ami
little daughter of Dawsou visited ir
Last Friday evening Mr. C. B. Em
mert was given a very pleasant BUT
prise , about twelve being present , i
two course luncheon was served.
Mrs. Nellie Gibson is on the slcl
Geo. Uall wont to Falls City Wcdnes
Dr. Davlo ? of Omuha was here las
O. 13. Stout of Auburn was in towi
Marion Dillon was a Dawson vlsltoi
Mrs. Gco. Hall ca'me up from Fall
Mrs. Jesse Weaver is on the sic' '
list this week.
Frank Dietrich was a county sen
Mr. Prior of Falls City was in tow :
Clevo Allenbaugh came up froi
Falls City Sunday.
Nolle Weaver was a county scr
visitor last Friday.
Vashtl Cornell Is spending the wee !
with friends at Peru.
Camma Hall was down fro 3 tell
the last of the week.
Florence Judd spent Sunday wit
her parents at Dawson.
Mrs. Carrie Smith arrived hero fro :
the county seat Sunday.
Mrs. Saylors of Peru is vlslttnc In
son Van Saylors this week.
Fay Simmons was a Kansas Cil
visitor the first of the week.
G , D. Knappand wife were Sale
visitors the first of the week.
Wm. Sob after of Sf Joe was in tow
a short time last Wednesday.
Mrs Hcrry Jones made u business
trip to the county seat Friday.
F.dna Pardons is down from Peru
this week visiting her parents.
Mary llunley of Pom U spending the
week at hop homo north of town.
Mrs Wilkinson of llcatrlcu spent the
first of the week with Mrs. Soldon.
Mr. McDcrmctt and fiimily of Salem
spent Sunday hero visiting relatives.
Will Nedrow and wife made a busi
ness trip to Falls City last Thursday.
Hen Morgan and wife of Falls City
wore in town a short time last Friday.
Ray Arnold arrived homo from Crete
Saturday where ho has been attending
Dr. Houston and family of Nebraska
City ppcn * . Sunday with W. A. Mornn
James Kclloy and family of Salem
spent Sunday with Mrs. Amanda Corn
The Christian church people gave
an Easier soeial at the home of Mrs.
Maud Clark came down from Lin
coln Friday and remained until Tues
day visiting her parents.
Mrs. M. D. Lum returned homo
Tuesday after spending several Pays
with her mother at Falls City.
Mrs. Eliza Goolsby arrived home
Irom Champion after an extended visit
with her daughter Mrs. Veal
Lnron Corn returned home Saturday
from Lincoln where ho has been at
tending school the past winter.
Frank Dietrich and family and
Byron Dunn spent Sunday at the coun
try homo of Henry Frit/ and family.
Tlio Endeavor Sooiety of the Con
gregational church gave a social at the
homo of Miss Bessie Stump Monday
Mrs.II. J.Koll returned home Thurs
day from Pawnee City whore she had
been visiting her brother Willlpgton
George Hall moved his furniture
from Falls City the last of the week.
Ho will occupy the residence of J. A.
Mrs. Gco. Abbott returned to hot
ome at Fitllb City , Wednesday aftci
short visit to her daughter Mrs
Mrs. Klnney moved her furniture t <
er homo at Blue Springs Saturday
3ho remained until Tuesday vlsltliij
er daughter , Mrs. Vincent Arnold
Nellie Knlsely is among the sick.
Frank Cook was In Auburn Frldaj
Mrs. L. Fielder Is quite 111 at till
Mrs. Mike Portroy Is sick at thl
Wm. Hutchlnson spent Sunday 1
Mrs. Ilonry Mlnehlto is very sick f
Delia Knlscly was a guest of Edit
Maude McCanp was u guest of he
Ida Murk went to Rule last Thursda
to visit relatives.
Clcon Peck marketed forty-four fin
tat hogs Monday.
Mrs. N. Peck spent Tuesday of la
week at O. A. Burk's.
Myrtle Yocam spent Saturday wit
her sister , Mrs. N. Peck.
Mrs. Wm. Horstman spent Frldn
with Mrs. P. S. Llchty.
Geo. Prlchard and family spent Sui
day at Frank Houtz's.
August Egncr und wlfo spent Sundi
with A. Ketleror and family.
S. H. Knisoly and wife were gucs
of the lattor's father Sunday.
Joe Cully and wife spent Sundi
with O. B. Prichard and wife.
Mrs. Gee Sturms is very sick at tl
homo of Mrs. Everett Higglns
Geo. Shouse and family spent Sundi
with Frances Stump and family.
Wes Nedrow and wife entertained
number of folks at their homo Sunda
Mrs. E. Peck was a guest of Cli
Pock and wife last Tuesday afternoo
Guy Llchty and wife were guests
Frank Llchty and wife one day th
Ada Shouse came out from FallsCi
and spent Saturday night with h
Daisy and Sadie Peck spent Sundi
at Merrill , Kan. , the guests of the
Herman Huettner and wife spent o
day recently with Paul Glossochnlng
Grace and Ralph Nedrow returned
home from Gripgsville , III. , Tuesday
of last week.
'Fred Che'-ley and wife of Falls City
wore guests ( if the hitter's parents oni1
day this wool : .
John Llutity and wife spent Wcdnes-
ncsday of lust week with their son ,
Frank and wife.
Wm. Hucttner and family and Ed
Xorn and wife spent Sunday with
John Nolle and wife.
Tliu Silver Creek literary closed last
Saturday evening for this season w'tti '
a well nrdcrt'd program.
Henry Sehrlcber and wife enter
tained Olio Hueltncr and family at
their home lasl Sunday.
Fred Prlchard and wife of Charles
ton , West Virginia , are visiting here
with relatives for a few weeks.
Chas. BeaUy und family spout Sun
day with Jake Glbble und family listen
ing to Jake's new phonograph.
Lllt'e Mildred and John Lichty jr
spent purl of the past week In Fulls
City the guest of their grandparents.
Kov. Strahl moved last Friday from
Geneva , Nobr. , to take charge of his
work here at . .lie Maple Grove church.
He preached his introductory sermon
Wallace Cully's hired man while out
at work Monday with team and plow
had a bad runaway and could have
caused the man's death but us luck
happened man or horses were not hurt
Jee Cully und wife guve u reception
ut their homo Tuesday evening of last
week in honor of their ncico Miss
Carrie Shipley who on the same day
was married ut noon to Mr. Henry B.
Bcrgulst , only a few intimate friends
were present , gumcs und music was
the order of the evening , elegant re
freshments were served and at a late
hour the guests departed wishing Mr ,
and Mrs. Bcrgquist a liappi life.
Jessie Witheo has gone to Spokane ,
Washington , for un extended visit.
Alice McCruy closed u seven months' '
term of school near Salem lust week.
Jiincttu Weller Is spending the week
at the home of her brother in Nebraska
The three younger Buidwln chlldrer
are just recovering from u siege will
L. G. Fankcll hns been currying tni
mall on route one this week while tin
regular carrier. Fred Gilbert , is taklni
n vacation. ,
Mrs. Mac Weddlo is home from ui
extended visit with her daughter u
Home , Kansas.
Mlle Iloppe went to Omaha last wee'
where he has a clerical position in th
W. O. W. ollices.
Amcl Moritz begun Ihe erecllon of
tine modern residence ut his farm sout
west of town this week.
Professor Nlms of Exlra , Iowa , an
Cora Lulkart of Tllden were the guesl
of Ha/el Hogrefo Easter.
A band was recently organized at th
place with a membership of eighteen
Practice will be started as soon as
suitable place can bo secured.
L. M. Mills and wife have move
from the Palmar house into the Ha
kins house on Elm street. Mr. Palme
will remodel and repair his house.
Work has begun on the remodelln
of W. it. Wheeler's residence th
week. Another story will bo adde
besides some other improvements.
Will Brown and family have move
into the tenant house on Rank McMu
len's farm. Mr. Brown will be on
ployed by the latter this summer.
John Ahron and daughter. Mar ;
Is are nt Grunvllle , N. D. where the lutt <
bus u claim. She will have to live c
it for the next eight months to get
clear title to it.
Wm. Mclnlnch , a junk buyer llvln
in the east part of town , died Sundj
morning from consumption. The bed
was shipped to Missouri for Into :
nient. It was accompanied by U
sisters who had been here helping t
care for him.
At the election held Tuesday , tv
anti-license men were elected und or
license man. As there were alrcat
two license men on the village boai
wo will have saloons again this yea
providing the slgnsrs for petltioi
can be secured.
James V. Uasforu , Rule :
Anna L. Paul , Rule :
Ernest F. Vincent , Falls City :
Elva Leland Sears , Falls City :
Arthur Roush , Merrill , Kas , , ;
Rosa Laughlln , Hiawatha , Has. . . . . .
Vesta Lively visited Lottie Lungdon
John Lungdon and wife have moved
to the Ootty place.
Chu > . Kuker und wife were Fulls
City visitors Monday.
Lloyd Mitchell wus attending to bus
iness in Shubert Monday.
Nicholas Arnold und wife of Salem
visited relatives here Sunduy.
Thos. Smith of Eldorado , Kansas ,
spent several days hero recently.
Frank Butler is on the sick list ,
being threatened wilh pneumonia.
Julius Arnold and wife are the proud
parents of u young son , born April let.
Miss Nusbaum of Vcrdon organized
a class hero for piano instruclion lusl
Mullom Hcndricks Is pulling In u
new windmill. Waller Morehcad bas
G. W. Duerfeldt pul in new phones
for Anthony Buchholz and J. A. Mar
tin Ihls week ,
Miss Thomaslnc Smllh who has Wen
visiting here for the last monlh re-
lurned home this week.
Aaron Louoks came up from Ihc
county s > eat Monday and Set up Chas.
Martin's new gasoline engine.
Marie und Anna Grotty moved to
Fulls city on Tucsduy. Murlo will
spend the summer there , while Anna
goes to La Salic.
As line un X-ray photo as can be
made , we believe , is on exhibition al
the ofllce of Dr. Van Osdel. It Is the
doctor's own work.
Postollleo Inspector Henry O. Run-
dull was looking over the postofllcc
work ut Ihls plueo on Wednesday. He
was accompanied by G. J. Crook of
A. W. Nixon is making some change :
in his property on Main slrect. He
has moved Ihc rooms on Iho north tc
the rear for living rooms and they arc
now co/.ily situated.
Ralph Butler hud u log broken lust
Friday evening. While nt work in the
urn yard he was knocked down by si
righlened horse. Dr. Stong set thr
jroken member und Uu'.ph is doing
John Myers infant child died or
'Ylduy ' utler u short illness. The fu
ncral occurred on SalurJuy and thi
Ittlo one was Interred In Iho Hnrrl
cemetery. We exlend sympathy ti
ho sorrowing relatives.
A crowded house welcomed Rev
Slrahl Sunday evening when In
> rcached his first sermon in Baruda
The Rev. and Mrs. Slrahl spent tni
night at the homo of Chus. Martin , re
turning to Maple Grove the next day
I. F. Butler of Lincoln and Walke
Butler of Dansville , Ind. , roturne
with Elmer and Frank Butler from th
funeral of Mrs , S. F. Butler , which o (
curred ut Peru , und spent n few day
visiting relatives he.'o. They roturne
to Lincoln on Sunday.
The annual village election occurre
on Tuesday , April 2. John Rumbaug
and John Murtin acted as clerks ; L. K
Palmer , R. J. Dunn and I. S. Prosse
as judges of election. The followln
trustees were elected. L. H. Morehea
for one year ; and H. H. Woodring , /
C. Steenbrlnk and W. A. Cox to scrv
for two years each.
Dennis Hobbs came up from Fall
City to vote.
II. E. Boyd was a business visitor i
Atcliison , Kansas , Monday.
Mrs. Ralph Philpot is home from
visit with n sister in Lincoln.
Mrs. Win. Veils returned Frida
from a visit with her daughter , Mr
K. J. Ninzda , in Table Rock.
Frank Porr , who has been attciulin
S a conservatory of music Chicago tl
past winter returned to Fhunboh
Ralph Philpot returned Saturda
from Sycamore Springs , where he ha
been taking medical N treatment f <
Mrs. J , M. Brockman returned Moi
day from Lincoln accompanied by In
son , Ross , who is recovering rapidl
from his recent illness.
Jos. Morris who is taking a conn
iu a watch-makers school in Kans ;
City visited his parents in Humbol
several days the past week.
Mrs. W , A. Veils of Grant , Ncbrasl
a former resident of Humooldt , arrivi
in the city the last of the week on
visit to relatives and friends.
Mrs. Violcl Swccncy-Tiball and
baby , of Cuslcr , Ncbr. , arrived in the
city on a visit to Mrs. Jas. Ilolman
ami other friends in Ibis vicinily.
The Evangelistic meetings conducted
by Rev. Fred Enslow , are now being
held in the opera bouse , Twenty-five
convcrls were made Sabbath evening.
The HunibokU high school baskcl
ball Icatn dcfealcd Ihc Sabetha boys in
an interesting game at the latlcr place
Friday evening , Ihc score beingGto 19.
Ed Kniscly went down lo St. Joseph
the lasl of Ibc week and returned with
bis wife who had been taking medical
treatments in one the hospitals in that
Walter Billings , an employe of the
Ihc local telephone company was badly
hurl Monday by falling from Iho lop
of Hie poles , no serious rcsnlls arc
i W. E. Slcrn and family who have
i been in charge of Ibc Central House
[ for the pasl winter , left Tuesday for
I their future home in Oklahoma. Clyde
Lynch will be landlord at the hotel
1 The following voters came in Tnes-
I day lo casl Ibeir voles : Lloyd Kciil , of
' Lincoln ; John Fellers , of Talmage ;
I Herman Slonecifcr , of Kansas Cily ;
I John and Charles Norton , of Lincoln
and Louis Edwards , of Falls City.
i The following students , who are al-
lending school spent their Easier va-
cation with Humboldt friends : Misses
i Xoe Nims , . Bessie Lee and Louise
Powers and Messers George and Lois
1 Huuicl , Lloyd Staldcr , Olio Kolouc
and Alberl Risl.
Chesler Harding , son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Harding , anil Miss Elbcl
Albright were united In marriage al
Ihc bride's home northwest of town at
7 o'clock Wednesday evening. They
have commenced housekeeping on the
Illavaty farm north of town.
' Sarah Riechers caused her friends
( great alarm Friday morning , by acci'
dentally taking a quantity of poison ,
' She bad placed a botllc of medicine on
' a shelf , and a few hours lalcr aflet
taking what she supposed to be the
medicine , discovered she bad laken
1 poison , Miss Riechers was in a crili'
j cal condition for a .imc bill is now
! practically recovered.
I License carried in Ilumboldt by a
very small majority , Ihe light bciiiR
an exciling one , the temperance trcas
nrer being Ihe only one on Ihe lickcl
that was elected. The inunicipa
election placed in power the following
j persons : 13. A. Lilcbfield , maj'or
1 I L. C. Williamson and Roscoc Aniler
' I son , councilman ; II. E. Boyd , trcasur
[ cr ; J. G. Simmons , clerk ; and Al
Hales , engineer.
Mrs. C. E. Nims was laken lo Lin
coin Saturday evening where she wil
receive trcalincnl in one of Ihe bospi
tals. It is feared thai Mrs. Nims wil
loose her eye sight as Ihc resnll o
blood poisoning , and il was hoped b.
removingjier lo Lincoln , where sh
could receive * the attention of a special
1st , lhal Ihe sight of one might b
saved. She was accompanied by be
daughter , Miss Zee Nims.
John Burk of Kansas ha.- moved t
Less Leeds wus ut home from Fall
Guy Hart has been on the sick Us
for the last ten days
.1. A. Hlnkle was a county seat vlsl
tor Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Emma Walluco has been on th
sick list for several days.
Born to Willis Carpenter and wlf
on Friday last a buby girl.
Cloo Duncan of Lowlston , Neb. , i
visiting wilh Rule friends Ihls week.
Seymour Coupe bus moved fret
town to his farm northwest of town.
Vernu Vastlne of Pa.wneo Cily sper
Sunday wilh her parents in this cit }
Bert Biggs of Omaha visited friend
in Rule the latter part of lust week ,
j Roy MeVey returned from Sevei
ance , Kans. , the latter part of la-
Guss Boa'.lme of Atchison visile
with relatives In Rule several days las
John Anderson and wife of Kansi
spent Sunday with relatives in H
It' Mrs. Ley of Verdon arrived in Rul
Tuesday to visit her brother Lei
Leeds and family.
Ferd Boahme returned to Atchlec
Sunday after ft few days visit with h
parents at this place.
Mr. Reid returned from Humboldt
Friday- where he hud been for a visit
with the home folks.
The Holiness people have been hold
ing u revival for several days und the
meetings still ccuitliHio.
Mrs. Sptcer h.is moved with her
family to Bt llview. Nebr. Mr. Splcer
has been there for some time.
Ruth Kanaly , who is working In a
millinery store at Falls City , spent
Sunday , * with the home folks.
The old porch in front of the meat
shop was to rn down lust week and a
neat uwnlng now tukes Us plucc.
Mr , Shilling has given up his po-ti.
lion here with the Rule Telephone Co.
and has gone to Hiawatha to live.
Mrs. Wiser und daughter , Nellie ,
who have _ been visiting here for the
past ten days , departed for Verdon
Mrs. Theodore Anderson entertained
Re Misses Gilbert und Hope ward
undny , the occasion being the six-
centh anniversary of her daughter
Friday morning u novel sight was
sen for Rulo.u ; large herd of Angorla
oats were driven through town. The
oats were owned by Morris Joncof
liawatha , Kans.
Mrs. Boles , who has spent the winter
ith her Iwo duughlors in Kansas
lly , relumed Sunduy to Rulo. Her
nughler , Mrs. Whitmanof Wyoming ,
An npproprinte Easter entertainment
vas given at the M. E. Church Sunday
vening consisting of musical selections
nd resitallon ? , elc. The church war
ilcely decorulcd for the occasion.
A good boat owned by Joe Liberty
, nd Charlie Hall , wus stolen from she
Ivor Sunday night : also three pair
f oars from different parties. The
wners borrowed u boat Monday tuovn-
ng und sturted in pursuit , and it ie to
be hoped will overtake Ihe parties. . *
Jhi Is iho second boat which has been
toli-n 'n tLu last few months.
The Indies of the M. E. church win
lv n biir In the Carpenter buildicir
April 9th. They will have for sale
prong , sunbonnetsdust cups und other
.rllcles too numerous lo mention. Sup-
ler will bo served at Ihe same place ,
lommencing at 0 o'clock.price 25 centj.
Vn entertainment will ulso be uiven at
, he church the sumo evening , iidm.i-
ion 10 cenls. The proceed ? will be
used lo help remodel Iho church.
The election was held Tuesday , but
Tuesday night it was found that the
tickets were not made as required by
uw , muklng the election illegal. Some
of the tlckols only counled a vole 'or
mayor , when the voter intended It to
be a full tickel , and some of the tickets
were voted for all candidates of both
parties and of course could not be
counted. The mistake occurred by tue
circle at the top of the ticket beiti ?
omitled ; us the vote stood that could
be counted : J. E. shephard , mayor :
W. J. Cunningham , treasurer , ; B.
Kloepfel , clerk ; Clem Davis and Mr ,
Vanvaulklnburg , tie ; H. Schmlt , and
N. Kerraod , councilman , first ward ,
MoxGesserandA. J. Hart , councilman
T. L. Snycler was down from
Salem the first of the week and
called to renew his faith in this
family journal , for which he has
Monday April 8 , 1907
Mr. O. E. Wee
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Prices 350 , 500 and 75c
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