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Falls City T ribu n e
SUPPLEMENT-FRIDAY , APRIL 19 , 1907
Will Hossaclt of Falls City spent a
part of last week with his sister , Mrs.
W. C. Sloan.
W. D. Corn ' "as a county scat visitor
Fred Gibson made a business trip to
Auburn last Wednesday.
John Oswald was up from the county
Mrs. Elvira Hull and daughter , Flor
ence , spent the latter part of the week
visiting relatives at Shubert.
Jay Parsons and wife were Falls City
visitors Wednesday lust.
v Dr. Houston was up from Falls City
last Friday on business.
Mrs. M. D. Lum visited tit Mrs.
Frank Clark's last week.
Wm. Cook and Dan Ramsey went to
Fulls City Thursday.
The Salem kid nine played here Sat
urday resulting in a score of 5 to 7 in
favor of Verdon.
Mesdamcs Norman and Jesse Weaver
spent Saturday at Stella.
H. J. Jielden of Shubert was in town
Tuesday afternoon on business.
George Sloan and George Smith of
Norcatur , Kans. , Al Smith of Stella ,
and John Wulkor of Shubert attended
the funeral of Aus Sloan Tuesday.
Jack Clark was down from Stella on
Wm. Fisher and wife were business
visitors at the county * eat Thursday.
W. E. Goolsby and wife , Vurna Wil
kiiison and Gamma Hall were business
visitors at Falls City Saturday last.
Will and Abe Stewart were cjunty
seat visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Alllo Watson of Fallb City
spent Sunday with hur sitfer , Mrs. M.
D. Lum. She was accompanied home
by her son , Otho , who had come up on
Bertha , Florence and Blanche Arm
bruster came up from Falls < > lty and
spent Sunday at their dome near rihu-
Chas. Humphrey and wife and Dayo
Ph'llipe ' mttde u business trip to Salem ,
Dave Grilllth and wffe wore Salem
vlbitors Sunday afternoon
Austin Hill Sloan was born July . ' 11 ,
1834 , in the state of Kentucky and died
at his home in Verdon Sunday , AprP
14 , lt)0" ) , aged 72ears , 8 months , and
13 days. Mr. Sloan wag ona of the
pioneers of Nebraska , having come
here in the year of 1834. A few years
later he bomesteaded a farm northeast
of town which he held until recently.
Ho was one of the first Fchool teachers
of Richardson county. He served sev
eral j ears as justice of the peace and
was deputy sherill for some time ; he
also served as postmaster for eight
years. He had been a uhristlan for
half a century.beinir one of the charter
members of the Verdon Church of
Christ. The vicinity is greatly in
debted to Mr. Sloan for his interest
and labors inhe advancement of the
community. His life has always been
more or less of a hardship , he nas been
a cripple for many years the result of
having his feet froien in a Nebraska
blizzard. The latter years of his life
was tilled with much buflering , being
unable to walk or to care for himself.
Mr.'Sloan has passed from this earth
jet he lives on. His grave needs no
stone us a memorial , for he dwells in
the hearts of his friends. In addition
to his host of friends and relatives he
leaves three sisters , two brothers , two
sons and a daughter to mourn their
loss : Mrs. Sallie Walker , of Nelson ,
Neb. ; Mrs. Emerson Smithof Shubort ;
Mrs. Susan Brown , Denver , Col ; Stcvo
Sloan , of Norcatur , Kans. ; Charley
Sloan uf Oregon , Kaus. ; Willie Sloan
of Vcrdon. Otis E. Sloan.of Dutx. Wy. ;
Lorena Sloan of Thcrmopolus , Wy. .
a brother and sister have preceded him
Funeral services preached by Rev
Hunt , interment at the Maple Grove-
cemetery. The bereaved family have
the sympathy of the entire community.
Pearl Van Osdel visited with Katie
Presser last week.
Mrs , R. S. Abbot has been enter
taining her daughter , Mrs. Cole , of
Grax'lvy , Iowa. Mrs. Cole left Tuesday
to visit relatives- Worth , Mo.
Mrs. George Furst was u Barada vis
itor last week.
Ida Bowers Is spending a few days at
her home near Falls City.
E. E. Butler and Mrs. C. H. Martin
went to Maple Grove on Saturday to
attend the quarterly conference of the
Vesta Lively returned to Falls City
Lyle Nell , of Sverling , Xebr. , Is vis
iting relatives , the Van OsUels , at this
Mrs Clara Wagner was the guest of
Mrs , . Mary Presser Sunday and Mon
It is with pleasure we chronicle the
improvement in health of Frank But
ler , who has been so very low with
Kittle Butler , who has been living at
the farm came to town this week to
stay with her father and mother. Mr.
Frank .lepson and family will occupy
the farm residence of Mr. Butler and
Earl will stay with them.
Pearl Van Osdel visited with her
brother Jesse and family a part of last
Elenry Sharrlnghauser. of Everest.
Kans , returned Wednesday after a
short visit at this place with his son ,
Otto and family.
Ralph and Charley Markt came over
from Oregon , Mo . this week for farm
ing implements for their brother ,
Levi Bowman left Monday for a viflt
with his daughter at Omaha. He ex.
peats to be gone all summer.
Henry Lay son closed a very success
ful term of school In the Wileman
district last week. Mr Laygon as
friend and teacher had endeared him-
sell to all his pupil * and they arc unan
imous in their desire for his return
James Stepbenson and Lillian Oliver
were married in Pawnee City on April
llth and on Friday returned to Barada
where they expect to make their homo.
They will go to housekeeping in Mrs.
Olive Kuki'r's cottage. We extend
J. W. Golf and wife visited R. S.
Abbott and family Sunday.
Will Goolsby of Shubert was calling
on old friends here Monday.
, . E. E. Bolejack and family attended
services at St. Ann's church last Sun
I.S. Presser and ton , John , visited
In Corning , Mo. , last week , returning
L. U. Morohead and John Guolsoy
on a recent trip to Morchead's island ,
near nillsdulc , killed two foxes and
great numbers of ducks * . They also
secured a twenty five acre contract
for tomatoes for the canning factory.
The Barada canning factory antici
pates a big business this year. They
already hav tbo full acreage of toma
Walt Morehcad Is busy repairing u
well for Barney Ank.'om. El e has just
finished putting in u wcl | for Zuch
Elder W. H. Williamson of BloomIngton -
Ington , Nebr. , a minister in the Chrlc-
tlan church Is visiting relatives at this
Mrs. M. Grant of Falls City was u
Preston visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. Schneider returned home on
Thursday from a few days visit with
her sister in Fortescuc , Mo.
Maurice McMahon wxnt to the coun
ty seat one day recently.
Mrs. II. P. Rieger and children drove
to Rule Thursday.
Mrs. Bessie Cline of Rule was visit
ing with relatives hero Wednesday.
Mrs. Wm. Story of Fort Hazel spent
Thursday with relatives here.
Mrs. whalen of Rule spent vFrlday
with heridaughter , Mrs. K Kramer.
Mrs. Ed Relger and little gnuldson
left Friday evening for Napier. Mo.
Mrs. Belphon of Rule spent a few
days this week with relatives here.
Prof. Larlbeo and wife were passen
gers to Rule Friday
Bessie Story left for Fort Ha/el
where she will spend a few days with
F. MoCumberaud wife left for their
home in St. Joseph Saturday ,
E. Hazelton was a county seat visitor
F. NlU ehe was transacting business
hero ona dav last week.
II. P. Rieger and wife left for St.
Jo'i'ph Saturday morning.
Rob Kanaly , Harry Iluber , John Me
Clellan and Joe Horn were Preston
wirt naler was a county seat visitor
Grandma Moore of Salem is visiting
with Marian Ellis at this writing
George Lippold and family hayo
taken possession of the Grant ( plaoJ In
William and Walter Reiiror of Falls
City were callers here on Monday
L Knickerbocker of Falls City was
a visitor here on Monday.
Win. Kanaly returned home Irom St.
Roy. Meyers and wife made a trip to
the county seat on Friday.
Elmer Arnold was transacting busi
ness here Tuesday.
Mrs. Ellis returned from salem the
first part of the week.
Mrs. Dikes returned home from Ne
braska City Tuesday.
Mrs. L. Thacker left for Ni-sho , K ,
one day thin week.
Otho Thacker left to look aftei his
farm in Indian Territory.
Jolm Duncan is building' an add i-
lion to his house oij Main street.
Leslie Inks and Ployd True , spent
several days visiting1 Salem friends ,
"Cecil and Agues Kaiuily were Fall ? .
City visitors last Saturday.
Henry Smith moved his family from
Fall- , City last \NOCK , They will occu
py Mis. Kern's house.
W. 15 , Ilinton .of Omaha is here this
\vcck , titling up the boiler and air
pumps to furnish the compressed air
for the cutting' and redriving of the
rivets used in repairing the Missouri
Mr. Wiggins is having bis buildings
on Main street painted this \\celc.
Conductor Hopkitig.s of Wymorc is
moving into a part of Mn > . Uosford's
L. Jackson is on the sick list.
Mrs , L. 15. Plumb wishes to say , that
she has a lot of unclaimed plates used
at the supper , \\hich the ladies gave
last week , and that she will be glad to
Inivu lliu ouneib c.ill fin tlioiu at her
F. E. Kttlp of Wymorc tpcnt Friday
in our city.
E. C. Walbridgc of Falls City was
in Rule Tuesday.
J. A. Ilinklc spent Thursday and
Friday visiting relatives , at Fortcscue ,
Henry Smith is repairing1 George
Peabody's blacksmith shop.
A. J. Hurt and son , Guy , were county
seat visitors last Saturday afternoon.
Will Young tired in on the Atchison
freight Tuesday night.
J. M. GustafhOii of Wymorc was
transacting1 business at this place sev
eral days last week.
Hcrt Anderson , bridge foreman , has
moved his famih from Wyoming to
Rule thcv will occupy Mrs. Swein-
forth'b house on North Main street.
George E. Ward was a Falls City
visitor last Wednesday.
Bessie Anderson is on the sick lint
Mrs. Jake Hooly has been critically
ill the past few days but is some belter
at this writing1.
Mr. Heniger , traveling man for
Chase & Son , of St. Joseph .spent
Tuesday night in Rulo.
CARD or THANKS : \\'c desire to
thank the friends and neighbors who
so kindly assisted us during the illness
aud death of our beloved husband and
father. Mrs , Cavcrzagic and children.
Charles Cavcrzagie , sr. , died at his
home in Rule , April 11 , 1007. He was
born in Luii a go , Switzerland , June 16 ,
1828 , and came to this country in 1859.
Was married to Martha Stickcrod in
1862. To this union were born eleven
children , four of whom arc dead , the
seven living children are , Mrs. J. Jell
hon , of St. Louis , Mrs. C. J. Iluber ,
Mrs. Mary Simmons , John , Henry ,
Charles , jr. , and Lena , all of Rule ,
Mr. Cavcrzagie has lived in Rule a
great many years , and in there years
has made many friends , and in his last
sickness which lasted about eight
weeks , was alway.s patient and at the
last , peacefully slept hi * life away.
The funeral was conducted at the
Catholic church Saturday morning at
10 o'clock and many friends came to
sympathise with the stricken family
and show their last respects to him
who has departed from us forever.
The bereaveu ones have the sympathy
of the entire community in their ser
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