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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 12 , 1907
24o Acre Farm Southeast of Hiawatha.
Tin- ( arm IB I1 mites of a uuixl ( own nf about 350 tiopnlntloit on a railroad. I iml consists of gently rolling tip land with
C. Smith a small cuvk ( luuuiu throiiRli tlio east f0 acres entvrinir near the northwest conu-r anil iroliu out about 00 rods north of
Henry tlif Miutlt line. Tin-re is MIIIIC tlinlx-r nlonic tills creek , Mr nir sprlntr furnishing water for iia ltir which neu-r lias been
. known to run ilry. About dOacre * are In cultivation IHIU. About 40 acres arc in clover and timothy meadow. 11. " acres art ;
In cattle and heir t > a ture fenced \\ltli 1'airc fence , IS acres cow pasture for milch co , with shade and water. 4 acres In
orchard. 1 acre In itrapes , raspl > crrie , blackberries and strawberries. Ilalaucuof land In liulldlnir silo and toads. The
ffiictM are nearly all as irood as new havlnir been rebuilt within the past two years. Good Kro\c on west and north of
buildings furnishlnif shade for poultry In summer and storm protection In winter.
liriUil.sotliootl 0 room house ulth cemented cell.ir under liouio. llarnfor 10 horses and 6 cous with hay loft hiihlinu
about 5 tons of hay and an Implement shed adjoining. Cattle and hay Nhcd 25x130 feet ulth board roof and room for 15 ton
& LOANS ofhaj. lloir linuio 12x10 feet board roof. Corn crib 12x < )2 dot. board roof and shed adjoining also iMiaril roof. 2 hen
LANDS houses. Shop for small tools and ork btftich. Cemented water resctolr about 14 fort In diameter and 12 feet deep with
uiuU-r uronnd r'l'f ' t ntilc in feed lot. Two wells and \\lnd mills supplying the re > > cr\otr with water. 5tonaKon scale * ,
deed terms , miuhl ta1 ' < ? 80 acres as part palontr time.
Mrs. A. T.vnitn Is homo from Ultts-
vlllfvah. . , where fho mis been spending -
[ ing the past threu months wlthn
Bernlco Gati > returned 10 hop homo
In Lincoln Wednesday utter u week's
visit ut the homo of her uncle , H. c.
Mrs. W. II. llogrcfo nnd herduugh-
tor , Mrs. Lulknrt of Tildcn , and Httio
ton nrs spending the week nt Excel-
Jennie Fcllers'of HuinbohU has been
the guest ot rlorenoo whKoler this
ivm. Lambert has sold the farm
\vhero his son , Ed , lives northwest of
town to Louis Flics who lives near
Howe. Ed Lambert and family ox-
pectlto raovo to Kearney soon where
he recently purchased a farm.
Mrs. Ryan and daughter , Mamie , of
Auburn are spending the week with
the former's sons at this place.
Lissa Colgluzlcr left last week for a
two months visit with her fattier at
Salem , Ind.
Mrs. Dora Allen and baby came
flown from Omaha last week for a visit
with her parents while her husband is
socking a location elsewhere.
Mary Dempsey is homo from York
whcro she has been attending school
the past season.
Harry Foster of Kansas city spent
the Fourth at this place , the guest ol
Mrs.vlttcraft returned Tuesday
from a wcok's visit with her mother at
Summorficld , Kans.
"Will Button nnti wlfo returned Friday
from Scrlbncr where ho has bcoc
doing painting the past four months.
Earl Gilbert returned last week
from Nuckols county where ho hiu
working the past six months.
John Yarrlngton and wlfo returned
to Kansas city Monday after n Week' :
| visit at this place. Mr. Yarringtor
formerly was a blacksmith hero aboui
sixteen years ago.
Mrs. Dr. Wilson of Falls city was n
guest nt the homo of Barney Mullet
n few days last week.
Late Dowcll , wlfo and Luello iofi
Tuesday for Mound City , Mo.
Mrs. 15. W. Sheoley and daughters
Cecil and Helen , loft Thursday for i
visit nt Denver and Salt Lake City
From there they will proceed to Call
fornia for an extended stay.
Roy Daggott and little sons wen
Vcrdon visitors Friday.
Will Richards and wlfo returned las
week from Cascades , Wash.
Mrs. Jim French and mother , Mrs
Mary Elliott wont to stella Saturdaj
Mrs. French returning Sunday.
Ora Cook visited last week in Fall
Dude Corn was over from Vcrdoi
Frank Ranger went to the count ;
Florence Saylllo went to Uumbold
Ed May went to Auburn Tuesday t
assist the Auburn band during th
Mrs. E. S. Johnson loft Tuesday fo
Forest City , Mo. , for a visit with he
Mabel and Luvcrne Lesley , Rut
Jones and Hazel Barrett were In Fall
City the rourtb.
C. B. Emmert , wlfo nnd Leon , lei
Wednesday for a visit at Burchard an
Al Barrett and daughterf.Ncllielam
Ethel drove to rails City Wednesday
Will Kershaw and wife left wednei
dry for a visit nt Marysvllle , Kans.
Lena Slaver and Mrs. L. L. Barm
were at the county seat recently.
Mrs. J. A. Anderson left Wednesda
for a visit at shlkley , Neb.
w. B. Boyd attended the races t
Auburn last week.
Nellie Stewart and Harvey Smlt
were In Falls City Sunday.
Lloyd Barrett and Boyd Moore droi
to rails City Sunday.
Mrs. JlmjFrench and Jim were !
Falls City rriday.
Lora Fisher and John Davis droi
to Falls City Sun lay.
Dorothea Roberts of Council Blull
Iowa and Walter Staver of Sioux Cit
Iowa visited over Sunday with Mt
H. D , Palmer of Lincoln visited ov
Sunday with Zula Mccool.
Mrs. J. P. Moore went to the count ;
Ivu Meredith and Clarence Stitzei
visited ut the county -uat Sunday n
the homo of Lettio Stcwitrt.
Ora anil May Crook. Jim Georhur
und Clara Smith drove to Palls Cltj
Sarah Thompson returned homi
from Auburn Saturday
A number of Salem's young folki
spent the Fourth ut sun springs.
L. K. Burnej and wife drove to Fall !
A largo crowd wont to Auburn t <
spent the Fourth.
Anna Mccool went to the county seal
Harry Wilkinson nnd family , whc
have been visiting the former's sister ,
Mrs. Frud Fisher , loft the last of the
week for tholr future homo at Western ,
Nobr. , whcro Mr. Wilkinson has re <
cently purchased a barber shop. .
Mrs. Lucy Chandler and daughter
Eva , are homo from a viblt with rola
tiycf at Holbrook this state.
.las. K. Liggett and wlfo returnei
homo Friday from u pleasant visit with
relatives at Scottsville , Kans.
Edith Stout Is spending the wceV
with Beatrice friends.
13. Whitney and wife and son , Irvln
spent n part of the week with tholi
daughter , Mrs. Wm. Johnson In thii
13. C. Colhapi ) has accepted a clcrica
; ) ositlon in Campbell's grocery store.
Carl Mann returned Saturday fron
South Dakota , whcro ho had been vis
iting his wlfo nnd looking after the in
tcrests of his claim.
The following young people who an
attending summer school at Peru spun
several day. with homo folks : Patricl
Walsh , Chas. Watzok , Ed Hodnpp am
Delia and Lllllo Oberly , Roxlo Wells
Emma Stans , Esther Maxwell nm
The corner stone for the new Ger
man M. 13. church was laid Frlda ;
Friends of Lulu Byrnm , assistan
principal of the HuinbohU schools las
year , received word the past week tha
she was united in marriage the first o
the month to Walter C. Purvianco n
Kansas City. The wedding ocourrci
ni the homo of the bride's parents a
Unndllla , Nob. The groom is a prac
Using physician of Kansas City , wher
the young cruplo have gene to house
Uertha Frank returned homo th
middle of the week from a five week' '
visit with her slster.Mrs. Leila Clyde :
dale , at Gaylord , Kans.
F. D. Seely and family returned th
last of the week from a visit with reh
tlves In Iowa.
Nina Snow visited relatives and a
tended the races in Auburn the last c
Lulu Gandy , who is employed as
mirso in Lincoln , is bore for a brii
visit wsth her parents and other reh
Nellie Lockard of Clark , Nob. , is
guest at the homo of her aunt , Mr
Harry Phllpot , who has been cr
ployed with n surveying party In W ;
oming and Montana for the past wool
arrived in the city the last of the wcc
for u visit with friends.
A now library board has recent
been appointed , the old board refuslr
to comply with the rules ot holdir
meetings and making reports. Tl
following persons were appointed : D
E. C. Wlttwcr , J. F. Walsh , S. J
Phllpot , Dr. J. A. Waggoner at
Mesdames C. M. Linn , J. K Llggel
H. P. Marble nnd Olive Kline.
According to reports received fro
Pawnee county this week , Erne
Frank , a young farmer residing nort
west of town just across the coun
line , baa been Indicted , by the gnu
jury at Pawnee City , of wife murdc
The tragedy occurred last April. t\
cording to Mr. Frank's story , ho foui
his wlfo lying dead upon the wound
her head , and a 22-callber rifle lyii
by her side. The young man is n <
out on 815,000 ball , furnished by nolg
bors , and his case will be tried at t
October term of court.
Mrs. Elmer woods was hero frc
Elk Creek this week visiting her pi
ents , L. C. Mann and wife.
Frank Dorlund of this city and Ho
Abbott ot Peru were united In mi
riage at 0 o'clock on the morning
' July 4th , tb wedding occurring at t
the homo of the brldn's parents. Rev.
Bert Wilson , pastor of the Humboldi
Christian church performed the cere
mony In the presence of the Immediate
relutlvns of the contracting , parties.
The couple arrived in Humboldt the
same evening and will make this
place their future home.
Besslo Arnuhl Is clerking in Wilson's
pharmacy this wuek.
L. F. Murburger and wife , Mrs. L.
P. Dorland und daughter , Iluttle , at
tended the Dorlund-Abbott wedding nt
Howard Jones und family of Hlu-
, wathii , Knns. , tire hero on u visit to
' Mrs. Jones parents , Win. Volts and
D. B. Colhapp of Te'jumseh was vis
iting his pen , E. c. Colhupp In this
city the fore part of the week.
Humboldt Is to huvcu new passenger
depot In the near future , the old struc
ture t'o bo used as a freight depot. A
party of surveyors were tit work the
past week laying out the ground for
the now building , which Is to be lo
cated on the site now occupied by
Power Bros , elevator , the latter will
be moved across the truck.
A "strike" wus on ut the brick yurd
the last of the week , twenty of the
employes demanding an increase in
wages : this was at first refused the men
but by Monday morning the difference
had been satisfactorily settled nnd the
plant was in operation with its full
quota of men.
Geo. W. Segrist has accepted a post-
in the feed store on the south side of
Frank Dorland Is making arrange
ments for the erection of n cottace ,
adjoining his mother's property on the
Fred Gibson attended the races at
Auburn a couple of days last week.
Mrs. Warren Douglas and daughter
Mrs. Fred Gibson drove to Falls Cltj
Loren Corn drove to Shubert Wed
Ed Fruucufoldter and daughter
Julia , visited relatives at St. Joe lasl
Mesdumcs Bloom and Weaver were
Hiawatha visitors lust week.
Leo Hurt and family drove to Merrill
rill , Kans. , Wednesday and returnee
Nolle Weaver was an Auburn visitor
Mrs. Abbott of Fulls City and hot
daughter , Mrs. Robblns of Chicago arc
visiting C. G. Humphrey and wife this
Messrs. and Mesdames G. D. Knapi
and Gurney Grilllth drove to Shuber
Charley Shoemaker and Miles Kclloj
accompanied by Misses Fastaneau ant
Reese drove to the county seat Sundaj
W. D. Corn was a business visitor ti
the county seat Monday.
Hale Birch of Falls City was In towi
Monday on business.
Henry Corn made a business trip ti
BOUN : July 4th , to James Ayre
and wife , a daughter.
Mrs. Gcorgo Hall went to the couc
ty seat Monday for a few days visit.
Bud Pngo was over from Dawson o
The husbands of the Kensingto
ladles gave them a picnic on the Hal
property Thursday. The prize give
for the egg race was won by Mnml
Byerly. Mrs. John Leofers won/th
prize for the best ludy shot. An eltil
j oruto dinner was served tit noon.
A program was given nt the Come !
school Thursday. They had u nlc
a display of fireworks During the ov <
t ning ice cream and cake were serve
and all report a good time.
Mr. Boatman and family were Fal !
City visitors Thursday.
W. D. Corn and wlfo , Grace Benne
and Loren Corn celebrated at Fal
Mesdames Hill and J. C. Wllllamso
were M. P. passengers to the count
Blanche Houtz returned home Sa
urday after spending the summer i
Norcatur , Kans. She was accompi
nled by her aunt , Stella Johnson , wh
will visit hero a while.
Charley Moran went to Kansas Clt
Saturday night for a week's visit t
Dr. Houston was down from Ni
brnskti City the first of the week on
Mrs. Wolfe and daughter , Eduu , vis
ited irk-nds at Stella Thursday lust.
Bob Harbour and wlfo were Auburn
visitor- " the Fourth.
Chas Humphrey and wife visited
relative- the county seat Thursday.
Mrs. Amanda Corn und son Henry
visited Will Corn and family ut Salem
on day last week.
Emerson Bowers und family were
county seat visitors Thursday.
Will Bruhn nnd Will und George
Masengale celelrutcd the Fourth at
Fulls City ,
Messrs. Bennett , O E. Peebles ,
Cullen , John Peebles , Avis. Hill und
Blllips spent Thursday ut the county
Viishtl Cornell and Artie Smith wore
\uburn visitors the Fourth.
Mike Mellzu and family were M. Pt
asscngers to Auburn Thursday.
H. N. Timmerman and wife spent
ho Fourth at Auburn.
Mrs. Cullen nnd daughter , Edith ,
vent to Auburn Thursday. They will
'islt in Tecumseh before their return.
Cap Saylors , Tom Quigglo and Dave
Chirk celobruted tit Auburn Thursday.
Muriel Stewart , Verna and Chloe
.Vilklnson . celebrated the Fourth at
Mclia Boemoah , of Atchison is visit-
ng with home folks this week.
Al Schaeffcr and family of Tarkio ,
Jo. , visited with Rule friends last
Mrs. Birt Anderson's sister is visit-
ng with her this week ,
Lorcne Keobrick of Atchison is visit-
g with Rnlo friends this week.
Mrs. Dykes of Craig , spent several
lays last week with Rule friends.
Lilly Phinney departed Wednesday
o visit friends in Forest City , Mo.
James Cronnin of Humboldt was in
: his city last week.
Clara and John Bean were Rule
Hattie Fiart of St. Joseph spent the
fourth with Rule friends.
Wm. True accompanied by his
laughter , Elva , and Mrs. Wallace visi-
ed with Salem friends Thursday.
Will Young and wife of Atchison ar-
ivcd iiiRulo Wednesday night to spend
i few days with the lattcr's parents , L.
Fackson and wife.
John Evans and family celebrated
n Falls City the Fourth.
Prof. L. D. Larabce and wife spent
sevcsal days last week visiting with
friends in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson went to
KansasThnrsday , the former returning
Friday , the latter expects to remain in
Biawathu for some time as she is being
treated by a specialist at that place.
Mrs. O. Graham was on the sick list
the last of the week.
Carl Gesser is visiting his brother's
family at this place.
Jake Wiggins returned Tuesday from
the western part of the state where he
has been for the past two weeks.
John Daneans' baby is very sick at
George Shaffer and wife of Watson ,
Mo. , spent the Fourth with the form ,
cr's mother at this place.
Will McCanu and Firth Dodd oi
White Cloud spent some time in Rule
Cass Jones and wife visited witl :
Missouri friends several days last week
Humphrey Pecinpaugh of Hiawatha
spent a few days with Rule friend ;
Mrs. Parsons is on the sick list a' '
Mrs , D. E. Anderson of Humboldt
and Bessie and Pearl Anderson of this
place went to Kansas Tuesday for :
two days visit.
Goose Gesser of Lincoln spent Sun
day with his orother , Mox , at till :
One of Falls City's ball teams playc *
a game with the Rule team here Sun
day , score , 4 to 8 , in favor of Rnlo.
A large government barge passei
through Rule Monday morning en
route for St. Joseph where the govern
ment will do some rip rap work on tin
Jake Hooley has a very sick bab ;
Mrs. Troxy and two children of High
land City visited with Rnlo friends tin
first of the week.
Mrs. Theodore Anderson who went
to Kansas last week was taken to the
hospital at Hiawatha Sunday evening.
An operation was performed Monday
which was very successful and she is
getting along nicelv.
Bessie Miller returned home from
Preston last week.
Mr . Sherman Hays and little
daughter were county scat visitors
Ike Adkins of the Big lake was a
Rule visitor Saturday.
John C. Hinklc of Fortescue visited
with his son's family the first of the
F. E. Kulp of Wymore was a Rule
Bessie Hays spent the Fourth with
Falls City friends returning home
Friday morning. *
Mrs. Whalen , son , Charlie and grand
son returned Sunday from Auburn
vhere they had spent a week visiting
Mrs. Harry Ocamb and two children
of Kansas City are visiting with grand-
mam ! grandma Ocamb this week.
Annie Mnhan returned from ' "Ceru
Monday evening from a visit to her
sister , Josie , who is attending school
at that place.
Ella Carpenter returned Tuesday
'rom a several days visit to friends in
several points in Missouri.
The Fourth passed off very quietly
n Rule , there being no celebration.
Some went to Fort Hazel to celebrate ,
some to Falls City , some visited dis-
ant friends , some entertained friends
from abroad , some remained quietly
at home and every one just celebrated
n the way most pleasing to the indi
vidual. The band gave an open ait
concert in the evening , which was
followed by a dance at Miles' hall , but
only for a few flags displayed , and the
streets strewn with confeti one would
scarce dream that we had , had aFonrtl :
Earl Shepherd and Newton Hasforcl
drove to Falls City after the band con.
cert Thursday night.
Iva .Tohson spent the Fourth with
Earl Martin and two sister's cclC'
brated the Fourth at Fort Hazel.
Charlie Vastine of St. Joseph came
liome Wednesday to spent the Fourtli
Leslie Inks spent several days witl :
Salem friends the last of last week.
Rob Kanaly and John McClclaiu
drove to the county seat Thursdaj
night to take in the fire works.
Phil Horan was a St. Joe visitor iasi
Wra. Presser spent a few days it
Falls City last week.
Grandma Spickler spent Sundaj
with her daughter , Mrs. Alice Allen
Grandma HefT und daughter , Mrs
A. J. Rumbaugh , left Tuesday for i
visit with relatives at Rosalie.
Miss Dora Cox departed on Frldaj
for Bancroft where she will visit hei
grandparents , John Kelly and wife.
Mesdames Chas. Kuker and H. Wag
ner were shopping at the county sea1
W. B. Brldgeman and lady wen
Verdon visitors Thursday evening.
Morgan Serves and wife are en
joyine a visit from their daughter.Mrs
Eva Arnold and her husband of Hum
Wes Tendle and Bob Scott of Stellt
took in the celebration at this place.
Dorothea Michaells came over fron
Stella the Fourth to celebrate and alst
to visit her grandparents , Mr. and Mrs
G. W. Frazee.
Gorge McGlaughlin and wlfo o
Kansas City were guests this week o
Mr. McGlaughlin's sister , Mrs. Henri
Mrs. Jane Cockran and children o
Craig , Mo. , are visiting relatives a
Nle Williamson was in ShubertTues
The musical fame of Priscllla Wood
ring has spread abroad and she left 01
Thursday in response to a request fron
an organization of the young people it
a new church presided over by W. H
Splcer at Bellone to assist them along
musical line of development.
Hazel Dunn nnd Grace Martin let
Wednesday for a short visit with Mis
Martin's sister Mrs. Philip Markt a
Oregon , Mo.
Jiminie Stephenson and wife wer
Falls City visitors Wednesday evenin ]
of last week.
C. W. Allen and wife wet'f visitors
nt the county seat Saturday.
J. H. Morehend and family celebrated -
ted at Baruda.
John Casey and wife visited last week
wlth Mrs. Casey's -istor. Mrs. Heine
Kuker und family.
C'hits. Schulcnburc and wife came
over from Snubert Sunday evenlnc-
Mrs. Mamie Allen l spending the
week lu Shubert with her sister , Mrs.
Clarence Cox returned to North
Platte Friday , after a two weeks vaca
On Monday evening , July S , Miss
Delta Williamson entertained In honor
of her sixteenth birthday. Between
forty and fifty guests were present and
a jolly good time resulted. A great
attraction was an Edison talking
muchlne belonging to W. .C. Bridge-
man which discoursed music through-
the evening. Miss Delta was tendered
many nfce gilts. Ice cream and cake
were served during the evening. At
a late hour the guests departed with
best wishes for many happy returns of
Mrs. Wm. Oslln met with rather a
dungoroiis accident on the afternoon of
July 4th , In which she received serious
bruises. Her buggy was run Into by
another , the occupants of which were
engaged in a race with another. Warrants -
rants were sworn out for the arrest of
the four parties riding In the vehicles
engaged in the sport but the case was
dismissed against the other three
upon the payment of u fine of twenty-
five dollars and costs lay the young man
who was driving the buggy that encountered -
countered Mrs Oslin.
While returning from the celebration
on the evening of July 4th , the team
driven by Chas. Haith at a rapid salt
struck a ditch throwing the occupants
from the wagon with erent force. Mr.
Haith und the children escaped with.
out serious injury but Mrs. Haith was
inoro unfortunate. She struck the
i'onnd ith such force us to crush the
km ) ami Indly bruised her face and
shoulder- , the miracle being that her
neck was not broken. She was brought
back to town and is slowly improving
under Dr. Van Osdel's efficient cate
but It will bcu long time before her
recovery is any where near complete.
Austin DeLong was born In Marion
Co. . IndianaMay 0 , 1840 ; departed this
life July 0,1907 , aged 01 years , 2 months
und 7 days. A wife , two daughters ,
five sons , three sisters und two brothers
are left to grieve for the departed
loved one. Mr. DeLong was a soldier
during the war of the rebellion. Dur.
ing u long period of time he has made
his homo in this county and his friends
are legions . Ho has been In feeble
health for many months. Throughout
February and March of this year he
lay at death's door but with wonderful
vitality rallied and was up and about
again. A few weeks ago he .went on
a visit to relatives at Summerfleld ,
Kans , but as he returned homeward
he was stricken again in Falls City ,
where he made another bravo battle
for life but met with defeat. To the
sorrowing relatives we tender our
July 4th was celebrated in Crotty's
grove with Barada's customary patrio
tic zeal and animation. The Dawson
band furnished music for the occasion
and this most excellent feature was
thoroughly enjoyed by all. The speaker
of the day was T. J. Oliver of Falls
City. His address was forceful and
Inspiring and very helpful to all- who
heard it. There was not much time
given to sports with the exception of a
rather quiet ball game. Nevertheless
the crowd seemed to bo Interested and
entertaining itsolf. A. C. Stinebrlnk
and his large force of assistants were
kept busy and by night fall everything
was sold. The improvised ice cream
parlor oyer which Lloyd Mitchell and
lady presided was greatly enjoyed and
Mr. Mitchell announces himself as vvell
pleased with the results. The fire
works display by R. J. Dunn , son and
some others was unusually good. Taken
all in all the day was a success and
Barada may well bo proud of he"r"ef
"Word was received in this city
Tuesday morning : of the death of
Mrs. Chamberlain , mother of
Mrs. John Stockton , which oc
curred in Stanberry , Mo. , Mon
day evening. Mrs. Stockton has
been at her mother's bedside for
the past month ,
BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER
CURES catarrh of the stomach.
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