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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1908)
8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 31 , 1908
240 acres well Improved , 1 } miles from Depot in Kas. Good spring Best of terms. Will take
40 acres as part payment , balance long time at low interest.
Henry C. Smith 200 acres 1 # miles from depot , Rlcliardson county , Nebraska. Good buildings and land Will
. take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
100 acres upland , 1 mile from depot , Richardson county , Nebraska. $12,000.
160 acres Johnson county , Nebraska 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownville , Nebraska.
80 acres 4 mile from Palls City high school
LANDS & LOANS 010 acres , $8,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take lOOacrcs us part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Money to loan
O.A. Cooper was In Lincoln Tuesday.
Jonnla Fellers visited in St. Joe this
L. II. Howe had business in St. Joe
C'hot Power Is recovering from a
attack of crip.
Louise 1'owor has returned from her
visit In Lincoln.
Mrs. James Hohmin was n victim of
the grip this week.
Mrs. Chne. Koss of Goodlnml , IC < < , Is
the guest of her sister.
Lldn Crawford visited Sunday with
relatives In Table Hock.
Mrs. Chas. tilmrta of Kansas City Is
hero visiting relatives
Gcorco Peako of Dlller was greeting
friends hern Wednesday.
Jos. Snethen shipped a car of cattle
to Kansas City Monday.
Gertrude Gird of Lincoln Is hero this
week visiting her mother.
A IttUo eon was born to L. C.V11 -
lliuneon and wife last week.
E. S. Cope and wlfo visited their
daughter lu Table lloek Sunday.
George Whitney was down from Lin
coln this week visiting his sister.
Way no Coons returned Sunday from
a visit with Pawnee City friends.
Power Hros shipped two ears of
eattlo to Nebraska City this week.
Drs. Wagnener and Morris attended
a medical meeting In Falls City Tucs
L. , T. Scgrlst attended the lumber-
mans convention In Kansas City this
Jos. Wilkinson and wife were hero
from St. Joe over Sunday visiting
Will Phllpot Is having an addition
added to his property In the north part
Mrs. Adam Wagner attended the
funeral of a relative at Johnson , Nob. ,
Will Tanner and \\lle of Arapahoc
visited this week with his brother and
Mrs. Wultcr Unbind went to Teeum-
sob Friday to spend a few days with
Hoyd Unkofer was culled to Ilyannls ,
Neb. , Saturday by the serious Illness
of his mother.
Grandma Norton who received a
fractured hip several weeks ago Is re
Dennis Patchln Is milking prepara
tions to erect a cottage on his lots on
Mrs. S. F. Dodge was critically 111
the last of the week eulTurlng with
neuralgia of the heart.
David Frazter and family who have
been visiting friends here loft Saturday
for their homo In Colorado.
Don Grldloy , Oscar Leech and Chas.
Avery attended the state agricultural
meeting In Lincoln this week.
Mrs. John Fryenborgcr and little
daughter came down from Table Hock
Friday to spend a few days with rela
The Poland-China sale of George
Segrlst on Friday was well attended
but the stock brought a low llgure , the
average per head being $20.
The First National bank of this city
has sold its interests to the National
Hank of Humboldt , the transfer being
made Thursday. Frank Hultcrtlcld
will bo employed In the new bank.
Mrs. Martin Paulson and children
after several weeks visit with her
mother hero left Saturday for Lewiston -
ton , Neb , whcio herhustmnd has been
placed as operator on the Hock Island
F. D. Secly , who has been employed
as mlllor at the Cooper it t-an mill for
several yearn , left Thursday for Canon
City , Colo. , wucro ho expects to locate
permanently. Ills family will join him
at that place In a few wcoks.
Mrs. Win. Corn went to Vcrdon on
.1. S. Lord of Falls City WIIB In town
Ernie Moore drove to Falls City on
Mrs. Martin came down from Liberty
Dude Corn was" over from \rcrdon
Mrs John Tolhn drove to Falls City
Lloyd Klnsey was over from Dawson
Nato Lc ley drove to Fulls City
John Kelly and family diovc to Falls
T. K. Carlisle and John Coposs left
Tuesday for Texas.
W.V. . Hivrrett and wife drove to
F.ills City Monday.
George Thompson of Sabethn , Ks. ,
was here Tuesday.
W. W. Barrett came home from
Mrs. Ranger returned from a visit
at Falls City Tuesday.
John Davis and Alora Fisher drove
to Falls City Saturday.
The Birthday Club met with Mrs.
George Sheoly Thursday.
Mrs. Whltten and son Wayne were
Falls Ulty visitors Monday.
Mrs. Carlisle and daughter Stella
were Falls City visitors Tuesday.
Fred DoWald and Miss Floy Grin-
stead of Falls City were guests of Miss
Grace Ilarlln Sunday evening.
Tom Martin and wife and Mcsdames
Oeorgo McDowell and II. 15. Stoullfr
returned homo from St. Joe Saturday.
Mesdames Lizzie Sehmltt , Lee and
Jim Snider went to Tarewell , Texas ,
Tuesday. C B. Snydcr accompanied
them as far as Kansas City.
The Methodist Ladles Aid Society
met at the home of Mrs. J. A. Ander
son Tuesday afternoon. The afternoon
was spent In quilting and'soclal chat
after which tin elaborate 2 course lun
cheon was served.
Nell Piereol Is on the sick list.
Mr. Kegler is very sick witn neural-
Born Jan. 21th , a girl to Ed Schultz
Mrs. Frank Oomax U on the sick
list this week.
C. 1. Martin and R. II. Dunn were
In Falls City Wednesday.
Thu small daughter of George Davis
Is vorv sick with lugrlpne.
Arthur Surmiin of Armour Is visit
ing relatives hero this week.
John Necman and wife of Verdon
visited friends hero Sunday.
Born to Alvln Cutlett and wife on
January 23. a 10 pound boy.
Conrad Gerdes and wlfo visited his
parents at Falls City Saturday.
George Vussar of Abilene , Ks. , Is
visiting relatives here this week.
'Jako Peters and W. M. Hendrlcks
were Fulls City visitors Monday.
Mrs Laura Mitchell Is visiting with
her daughter Mrs. Nellie Peters.
.T. C. Wllcman and daughter Audrey
were Falls City visitors Saturday.
Clyde Vassor purchased a fine span
of colts this week of Frank Butlor.
Jake Peters and wife are the prom ]
parents of a little daughter born Jan.10.
Mrs. John Whittle from near Shu.
hurt was visiting relatives hero Mon
C. H. Martin and wlfo and Mrs. J. A.
Martin were county scat visitors Sat
Clarence Cox and wife of North
Platte ' ; ame In Saturday to nriko this
their permanent home.
Thcro was a social dance glyon nt
tho-homo of Ed Eire Tuesday night.
Every ono reports a good time.
Mrs. Olive Kuker and children re
turned Thursday from an extended
visit with relatives at Versailles , 111.
Mrs. Phillp'Markt and son Maurlco
returned Saturday to her homo nt
Oregon , Mo. , after a visit with rela
Frank Butler sold at public auction
Thursday a large number of farming
mplcments. live stock , etc. Every
thing sold well.
J. A. Martin and wife entertalnnd on
Friday evening the pupils of the 7th
and 8th grades of our school. The
party was the redemption of a promise
given on condition that any grades of
lliu grammar department who should
present a record of ono months attend
ance tit school with no tardy marks
were to bo entertained. The two
grades mentioned succeeded in making
four weeks clean record. Each pupil
was permitted to invite one friend.
The evening was passed with u variety
of entertaining and Instructive games.
The guests departed at a late hour
voting the entertainment a success and
with the effort put forth.
A Night Alarm
Worse than an alarm of fire at night
is the metallic cough of croup bringing
dread to the household. Careful
mothers keep Foley's Honey and Tar
in the house and give It tit the tirst
sign of danger. Foloy's Elouey and
Tar has saved many little lives and It
i * the only safe preparation for chil
dren as it contains no harmful drugs.
Morning , January 31st
- * aMt - - w M M - - i at 9 o'Clock
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And wil be an introductory opening of our Spring Business and we assure you that there never haslbeen an op
portunity such as this offered to the people of Falls City and vicinity , An opportunity to buy new Spring
Goods just at the opening of the season and at prices as quoted below ,
5,000 Yards Loom Ends of Figured Lawns , Matthew's Sale Price , per yard 2 l = 2c
60 Pieces Mangold Ba
tiste. A fine figured
wash fabric , worth this
season 15c , Matthews' '
price during this
sale , per yard , , , 11
50 Pieces'Primrose Batiste.
This elegant printed fabric
has gained favor where it
has been shown. Matthews'
Price , dtiriiig this
Sale , per yard
Mercerized Voile. It is un
necessary to say imich about
this popular fabric only that
our line is very complete ,
and during this sale
it is offered at
Rings Little Liver Pills wake up
azy livers , clean the rystem and clear
the skin. Try them for biliousness
uid sick headache. Price 23" cents.
Sold by A. G. Wanner , druggist.
Notice to Creditor *
IN Till : COUNTY t'OUUT OF IllCHAItnSON
COUNTY , NimtASKA.
In tlm mutter of the cMnto of Frances Houston ,
deceased. It Is ordered by tlm court that the
Unto limited for creditors to file claims nunlnst
mill estate ! H six months from the Dili ( lay of
Jnnunry , 1WH , nmt all claims not filed in this
court , duly verified , on or before Iho llth iln > of
July , UKJ3 , will 1)0 forever bnrred. Ordered fur
ther thnt nil claims filed against sold estate will i
bo examined and adjusted by the court , in the \ . fJ-- l\ ,
county court room , in the court houto in Falls \r \
City , in said county , Mnrch Utli , Mny Hth tind
July 15th , U > OS , nt the hour of 10 o'clock n. in.
Hy order of the court dated Jimunry 11,1WW.
OS-It Jons' ( IAONON , County Jmbtc.
Notice , Increase of Cnpltal Stock
At n regular meetiniot the shareholders of the
Farmers State Hank , Preston , Neb. , held in their
banking roonm nt Preston , Neb. , on the nftor-
noon of the 15th day of January , 1903 , bixtj-four
( 3l ) shares out of the f-Utj-lhu ( TO shares of the
capital stock of the Intik b"inK represented , it
wnsunanimousl ) n reed to increase thecnpiUil
stock of the bank from SiwOO.OO to $13000 00 and-
article three of thu Articles of Incorporation of
the paid Innk was amended to conform with the
action of the ( .hart-holders.
Thu Cashier of said batik was instructed to
take the necessary steps nt once to comply with
Section 2U of the Hanking Act and when the
Ramo has been fully complied with the action of.
the t > haicholIcrs shall immediately Ix-como
PAUHCIU STATE H\NK.
lly W. C. MAf.OKAVK , President.
Hy CIAUE TlHCKKn , Cashier. 01-4t
Simple Remedy for La Grippe
La grippe coughs are- dangerous as
they frequently develop into pneumonia
Foley's Honey and Tar not only stops
the cough but heals and strengthens ! '
the lunj.rs to that no serious results :
need be feared. The genuine Foloy'a
Honey and Tar contains no harmfCil
drugs and is In a jellow package. Re-
fn o substitutes. Kerr's Pharmacyi
Silk Dots Mousseline.
This is an elegant sheer
fabric , one that is exceed
ing popular for evening *
dress , Dur"P 1
ing this sale , , | 2
5,200 Yards of Loom End Calicos '
, Matthews' Sale Price , per yard - . 3c
4,872 Yards of Simpson's Zephyrette Ginghams , Matthews' Sale Price , per yard 5c
5,237 Yards of Fine Madras Shirting ; , 15c value , Matthews' Sale Price , per yard 7 l = 2c
Opposite Court House the "The Price Killer" MATTHEWS "The Price Killer' Falls Nebraska City ,
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