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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1907)
8 THE FALLS CITV TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , APRIL 26 , 1907.
Foil SAu--H20 : nt'ivs about 4 miles of Snleai , uplnnd. All fenced , new IIOHRP ! rciomf ,
well Mini windmill , 150 acres cultivated , 'JO urn's meadow. 8 ncres timber , bnlancipiistun1
Henry Smith SiO per acre. Small payment down balance JO years tiiM- per cent. A bargain.
110 lo 120 IICIVK m-ar Salem , uottoin land. Good term * . Alight lent for 1907. Handy
ted i poland town.
1IJO acres 2 miles of Falls City. 100 ncrea 2i miles of Stella. 100 acres Nnckolls Co. ,
Neb. About 50 acres winter wheat , SIO per acre. 80 acres Brown county , Kas. , 7 milee
LANDS & LOANS southeast of Hmwatbn. Will take small house in Falls City as part pay. Good terms.
200 acres 't miles Falls Oily , good , fair hoinc. 1GO acres .In'inson ' county , peed terms.
KJith Kormodc wns on the sick list
Paul ward win on Uio ftek llel tlio
Miniilo andAsnes ! Kuimly spent Sat
urday at'lho uoiiiit uut.
John Anderson and wlfn of Kansas
spent Saturday In this olty.
P. 12. Knlp ofvyinoro wits a bnslnobs
visitor In Rule Monday lust.
F. slmon and wife wore county seat
visitors the llrst of the week.
will Davis has started a howling
alley near the o'U llvory burn.
Ellas Packer inndo a business visit' '
to the county eeat last Monday.
Mrs Kllxu McOlelan departed for Kan
eas City the latter purt of thu week.
U. M. Vustlnu shipped u cur load of
hoga to Ht Joseph Wednesday night.
Tunica Tangnoy , sir. , shipped two car
loads of hay to Kansas City this week
Joslo Murphy Bpunt sinerul days In
Pulls City the latter part of lust wuok.
John and Henry JOIICH of st Joseph
were visiting friends In Rule last week
Mr. smith and family of Falls city
visited with relatives In this olty sun-
Gertrude ICunaly spent several days
In Palls City the latter part of lust
Olnoy Graham had the misfortune to
lose a valuable milk cow Saturday
John Alexander of Uush liottom was
transacting business In llulo Thursday
Rev. Maze of Salem lllled his regular
appointment nt the M. 12 , Church Sunday -
day mornlnp1 and evening.
Charlie l Duinoss la painting the
buildings on Mrs. Kanaly's placebettcr
known as the Ryan place.
Thompson & Co. played ' 'A widow's
Third Match , " to a small audlenco In
the opera housoMaht Monday night.
Mrs. Holes and daughter , MM. Whit
man , have gone to housekeeping for a
short tlmo In Mr. Hush' house on First
Mrs , John Anderson and grandaugh-
tor , Poar\ \ , departed the latter part of
last week to North Burro , Iowa , to
visit the former's daughter , Mrs. Will
Ed MoWaln died at his homo In this
city , Wednesday morning at ,2 , o'clock.
Thodeceased had been sick with dropsy
for about a year and a half , yet his
death came as a shock to this commu
nity , who had no Idea that the end was
John Neitxcl , sr. , drove to Fulls City
J. Uutrlck und son eume to this city
from Rule on Friday. '
Margrave & Co. shipped a carload of
hogrf to st. Joe Sunday.
Win , Gaotx shipped a earload of hogs
to St. Joseph Monday night-
Charles Best , of Ong , Neb , was vis
iting In our city toyer Sunday.
Lou and John Noitzcl attended bund
practice al Reserve Saturday.
sadlo Martin of Dellvllle , Kans. , la
visiting her father , sam Martin.
Lawrence Whnlcn of Rule made n
flying trip to this city on Tuesday.
P. F. Bar' nnd Doc Gllllsplo of Re-
Bervo took In the bull game Sunday.
Col. Marion und Tom Frunk were
down from Mie county seut Tuesday.
Marcravo shipped three carloads ol
cattle to the ranch on Monday night.
Muurlco MoMuhon and Roy snol !
were county seut visitors Wednesday ,
Wes Coupe and Dan Rutekln of Rule
were business visitors hero Thursday.
H. P. Rlcger , C. C. shelly und L , B
Neltzol were business culler to Rule or
O. II. Meyers of Fulls City vlsltei
with his parents at this place one daj
Mrs. Whulen und dnughtor of Huh
were visiting with her daughter , Mrs
Grandpa und Grandma Larlbco o
Rule spent a few days visiting Prof
Laribco and wife.
Preston and Reserve crossed bat
Sunday , Preston coming out vlctorlou
and a good crowd was In attendance.
Joseph Neltzel nnd family of Platts
mouth , Neb. , are visiting friends unt
relatives In and around Preston thl
The Preston Implement Co. rccelvci
their first carload of implements Mon
day. Thev will occupy the Relger
Visitors from llulo Sunday wore
Pearl. Delhi mid Karl MartinKd Hush ,
.loo Horn , .loin : Wlnilun , Have Jon-
dreau atnl John McCkMiien.
Prof. Lurabo- and OUlo Main i-loscil
a very ' iicoes fnl tunn of school i'Yiday.
Prof. Larabi'u hitJ acci-pted a position
In a bank at Craig , Mo , and Miss Main
returned to her home at Vordon.
J. W. Miiu t was a Vordon visitor
Kthcl Peck visited with Donald shaf-
Mrs. Clay Peck Is on thi > sick list at
Guy Stump was a truest of Ualph
Ned row recently.
Wes Ncdrow and family spent Sun-
lay in Falls City.
12. T. Peck gave a dinner Sunday to
several of the young folk *
Goldlo and Klmn Coo ! < wi ro guilts
of their paronU at Verdon.
Olay Peck and wife won * cucstof
the former's parents Friday.
IN Chris Horn spent Sunday with
lior son , Frank , near Sitlem.
Karl ShalTcr and wife wore guests of
the former's parents recently.
Mrs Henry Albors was a guest of
Mrs. R. Schlndler Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Schulenburu was a guest
of her daughter , Mrs. H. Frit/
Frank Llchty shipped a car load of
cattle to Kansas City last week.
Claude Phllllppl and wife wore
guests of P. E. Shatter's Sunday.
P. 12. Shatter and family entertained
Frances Stlimp and family Sunday.
Ida , Jennie and Seymour Ilurk spent
Sunday with II. A. Burk and wife.
Grace Ncdrow spent Sunday at the
county scat the gnest'ot Jf Stump's.
Frank Broolit and wife wcro guests
of their parents In Falls City Sunday.
Noun Pock ; wife and daughter , 12thol ,
visited with Alison Knlsely'sSunday.
Jake Glbblo and family were guests
ot P. 12. Shaffer and family recently.
The little child of R. Schindler and
wife Is just getting over the measles.
James Gilmore and son. Lottie and
Vera Voder spent Sunday In Shubcrt.
Mrs. Frank Hreoht was a guest of
Mrs. II. Schlndler Thursday afternoon.
Mr ? . Schultv. went this week to stay
i while with her sister Mr * . Ada Frie
Martin Nolto and family were guests
of Wm. Iluettner and wife this week.
Tna , Walter and Leslie Johnston wore
guest * of Gee She-use's one day this
Rev. Stralil and wife spent Monuay
with Gee Sturm and wife in Straus-
Wm. Haldcman and Edna Shallcr
spent Sunday evening with the hitter's
Mrs. Geo. Sturms and Miss Lola
were Vordon visitors Sunday with
Jake Mack and wife of Burndu visit
ed Wm. Hucttnor and wife one day
Wnllle Stump and family visited
part of this week with Chester Stump
Mrs. Geo. Peck and Mrs. Eph. Pock
wore guests of Mrs. Geo. Shouso Friday
John Rolsehlck and family spent
Sunday with Fred Gcrlt and wife In
Mrs. C. Breoht of Falls City was a
guest of her daughter , Mrs. II. Schlnd
George Prlchard and family were
guests ot Fred Gilbert and wife in
Wm. Iluettner and wife cntertuinct
the former's brothers. Herman uni
Otto and family.
Frances Stump and wife were guests
of their daughter near Morrlll , Kansas
n part of last week.
Geo. Johnson and wife spent one da ;
last week In Verdon the guests o
Rudolph Fisher und wife.
Chas. Xentuorand family and John
Xentner and family were guests of Win
Zentner and faintly last week.
James Brlui , wife and two llttl
children of Hamlin , Kansas , spcn
Sunday with Anson Knlselj and wife
Frank Houtr. und wife and Everet
HIgglns and wife ivere In Verdon the
first of the week the guests of Ir
Mr. Kunaly and another gcntlema
from Rule were in this \iclnity ap
praising the J. W. Hoaford land last
E T. Pooh closed a very successful
term of school Apt 110 In district 110 , a
few visitor * wore present to hear the
recitation- * spoke hy thu llttlo folks.
Last Siind.iv being the GOth birthday
annlvor * < trt of John Liehty , his wife
idt ! up a nlcii little surprise for him In
the way of having their children and
families coming in and while Mr.
Llchly and wife were at church the
children had come and prepared the
dinner and had It on the table waiting
when Mr. Llchty came In , It complete
ly surprised him to lind the folks there.
A irt'od ' time was reported.
LouN Lew's has recently had an ad
dition built to his residence'
P. M. Monetta shipped near of cat
tle to Kansas City last week.
Mrs. Frant Illukloand Addle Clark
weie Auburn visitors Monday.
Mr- Jane Grilllth visited relatives
at the county -wit , the past week.
MNs Ora Jenkins of Denver la a
guest of her father , L. M. Mouroa.
Mrs. Ml Hard Goodloe and children
are visiting relatives at Lawrence.
Mrs. Abagall Curtis and grandson.
Laurls Saylor , are both quite . ? ick.
Hugh Thompson was thrown from
Ills horse lust week und quite badly
Charles Paradise is recovering from
a long slckne : from a complication of
Mrs. Mace Atwood and daughter of
'ongano.xic , Kansas , arc visiting Mrs.
MUses Bertha Moore and Florence
nip have each closed schools In the
ounty this week.
A new smoke stack nearly fifty feet
n height was put up at Nixon & Pour-
on's mill last week1
Rev. Forkott of Grand Island preach
ed at the Stella and Prairie Union
baptist churchesSunday. .
W. fl ! Wheeler and II. C. Pankull
ire enlarging their hoiiies by raising a
mrt ol the roof to mukc u second story.
t\ son was recenly born to Fred
Strlnglleld formerly of this place , but
low Missouri Pacific agent at Fort
The Out Door Art club made about
twenty dollars Saturdaj evening at
twontj-ccnt supper given In the Camb
Ray Marts and Ethel McAninchwhc
wcro recently married , are staying at
the homo of his father , Joe Marts , fet
whom he is working.
The personal property of the late
Henry Clay Shradcr wtis sold at public
motion Saturday afternoon. W. D.
[ Clmore ot near tlumboldt is the ad
Homer Martin and family who have
been hero from Abilene , Kansas , the
past month left this week for a sto
months stay with uduughter at Seattle
The llttlo daughter of Henry John
son , who lives about eight miles soutl
of town , has been in the Omaha hospl
tal this week for the treatment made
cossHry by the lodgment of a gralr
of corn in her windpipe.
News has been received hero tha
Mrs. Josle Ulmer Collier was recently
divorced fro * James W. Collier o
Galveston , Texas , and that within tin
past month she wns married to Tbos
Turnloy. a Galveston attorney.
The ladles of the music club gave i
musical at the homo of Nettle Wellei
Thursday , afternoon of this week
The club has elected the followlnj
olllcers for next year : president , Mrs !
Minnie Cain ; vice-president , Ollli
Ilelmich ; secretary and treasurer.Olll
Harris ; critic. Florence Kinton.
The Richardson County Medical At
sociatlou hold its regular quarter !
meeting in Stella Tuesday uftcrnoon
The session was held at the Overraa
hotel und u banquet followed in th
evening. Out of town physicians o
program wore : Drs. Gandy of Hum
boldt ; Kcrr and Wilson of Falls CUj
Peterson and Stokes of Omaha.
Will Cox tried to get off u movin
passenger train at Leavenworth Sf.tut
day evening und in so doing had hi
foot and ankle eo badly crushed thu
the li.ub hud to bo amputated belou tb
knee. He ulso sustained Injuries abou
the mouth. He is now in u hospital u
Leavenworth. HI ? wife and father-Ir
law visited him Sunday ufternoor
Mr. Cox was working with the MIssoui
Pacific scale gang und had been awa
from homo u month.
NEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS !
HaeffSe , Rieger & G © 0
We are Headquarters for the Full and Complete line of
St. Joseph Implements
This line needs no introduction in this community'as these goods are
conceded the best on the market. When in need of a Lister , Cultivator - I
tor , Harrow or anything in the line of Implements , call on us and get
prices before buying. We also carry a fine line of Wagons , Carriages
In addition , we carry a full line of Flour and Feed from the following
mills : Preston , Falls City and White Cloud. When in town call on us
and look over our stock whether you want to buy or not , we will treat *
PRESTON , NEB. HAEFFLE , RIEGER & CO.
THE VERY BEST THE VERY CHEAPEST
# wm&M * , &y * * WAH
Ladies Dress Skirts
The splendid success of at from $4 to $ 17.50 a ring
this line last season has of value that challenges
given us to buy
your attention. You take
the largest and most varied
risk of misfits the
stock we have ever shown.
ments are ours if the fit and
We have no less than 350
value do not .
I Grade Skirts -
ligh on out-
racks , live r y ( phase of \Ve especially wish you
fashions value is represent to see our exquisite Silk and
ed , ever y fabric that is Voile Skirts. These arc so
adapted to this seasons satisfying for dress wear and
st\les has found its place lend themselves so splen
didly in completing a ladies toilet for special and exacting occasions. No other linn
in this part of Nebraska , make any pretense to carry in stock such beautiful crea
tions "of the Dress Maker's Art.
Silk Waistings and Suitings
The newest in GreyBro\vnNavy and Wine
Silks. Ladies will find at our sillc counter ,
as choice patterns as have been brought out
* this season. We guarantee our prices to be
not only low , but lower than regular. Ask
to see our Black and Check designs in these
new leather and tan colorings.
Voiles and Eoliennes
These are the two dress fabrics that are
really par excellence this spring for exclu
sive and dress occasions. You will find
these at 7oc , $1 , $1.25 and $1.50 , in Black ,
Blue , Brown , Tan.Champaigne and Grey.
We have been most fortunate in getting
splendid values in both Kid and Fabric
Gloves in long lengths. It is certain that
r the latter * part of the season will witness
conditions similar to those oi last year and
. the buyers who supply themselves now will
0 get at least superior quality , while those
0 who wait will be compelled to pay exces
sive prices if they can get long gloves at all.
Neckwear vogues this season including
stocks turnovers , collar and cult sets , large
collars suitable for regular collar wear.
Yokes or coat decorations , are found at our
Notion Counter , in great variety. We also
show excellent designs in embroidered Linen
Collars which will figure largely in Ladies
Neckwear for summer.
The most convincing proofs have come to
us that we arc giving Higher values in sheer
and desirable white cloths than competition.
Please remember that we are the only linn
who visit the largest centers of the country
and seeks out the best and most for our mon
ey. India Linens. Persian Lawns , French
Lawns , Fancy and Dotted Swisses , Shadow
Checks and Stripes , etc. , are all shown in
30 and 40 inch Persian Lawns 20c 2oc , 30c
15 inch Persian Lawns - 40c , aOc
30 inch French Lawns oOc , OOc , 70c
30 inch India Linens 10 , 12 ,15. 18 , 20 , 25 , 30
40 inch Mercerized Batistes 20 , 25 , and 35
48 inch Chiffon - K. > c
n e This month9s Butterick Patterns
i- n are lOc and 15c none higher.
Embroidery Specials For Next Week
It Three Special lots Muslin Edgings and Insertions , at 5c , 7 c and IDC ; worth Sc ,
O ice and 150. 18 inch Flouncings and Bands to match , in choice new styles. These
it It are very desirable for Waist , Flouncings and Costumes.
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