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8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 7 , 1908
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
O. L. Manlz was in Omaha Friday.
Evn Shraugor was u victim of the
grip this week.
Taylor Gore of St , Joe was greeting
friends here Sunday.
G. F. Lnrlmoro and wlfo of Stella
were In town Tuesday.
Mrs. W. J. Bean of Rapid Clti.S. I ) . ,
Is hero visiting friends.
Frank Dlnuzzn of Omaha was hero
Sunday visiting relatives.
Mrs. S. E. Davis was entertained by
friends In Lincoln this week.
Mann Legg shipped a couple of
cars of hogs to St. Joe Monday.
Wayne Coons has enrolled this 'week
as a student at the state university.
C. 1C. Cooper attended the automo
bile show In Kansas City this week.
Archie Hummel wont to Lincoln lut > t
week to attend the state university.
Olga Ilolcchok was detained from
school this week on account of sickness.
The family of Gcorgo Phelps east of
town la In quarantine for scarlet fever.
Mrf. M. E. Kentner loft Saturday for
a visit with a daughter in Kansas City.
A nureo was called from St. Joe
Sunday to care for Mrs. Minnie Unkc-
Jacob Ilerr , a well known farmer re
siding near town , died Monday after a
Lester Trimble and wlfo hiivo adopt
ed a six year old boy Irani the orphan's
homo in Omaha
Gertrude Gird returned to Lincoln
Friday after spending a few days with
her mother hero.
John Shcard and wlfo have moved
Into the residence lately occupied by
S.J.Dutch and wife.
S , J. Dutch and wife departed Mon
day for Atchleon , Kan. , where they
will reside in the future.
Mrs. Louisa Ravvloy and daughter of
Falls City were hero last week visiting
the family of A. A. Tanner.
Rev. Price was unable to 1111 the
Methodist pulpit Sunday evening on
account of an attack of grip
Dr. Marsh and wlfo wcro called to
Einporla , Kan. , Sunday by the serious
illness of the hitter's brother.
Frank Rht and wlfo entertained n
party of frlonas at their country home
south of town Monday evening.
F. J. llynek had workmen employed
this week In llllliiL' his Ice houses with
ice from Nemaha near Well's mill.
Harry Shnllonbcrgor and wlfo re
turned Saturday to Stamford , Neb. ,
after a pleasant visit with J. D. Shruu-
gor and wlfo.
Mrs. S. F. Dodge died Tuesday at
her homo , after u week's sickness with
neuralgia of the heart. Funeral will
probably bo hold Thursday.
Ollvo Potrushok , who had been
spending several days with her parents
south of town , resumed her euhool
work at the state university.
The body of Lucas Hordlltchka , who
died Saturday In Oklahoma City , was
shipped hero and the remains wcro in
terred in the Brattou cemetery Tues
The chicken plo supper given by the
ladies of the Baptist church Thursday
overling was a success. About 815 was
cleared and the money will bo applied
on the church repair fund.
A Night Alarm
Worse than an alarm of lire 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 at the first
sign of danger. Foloy's Ilonoy and
Tar has saved inuny Itttlo lives and It
Is the only safe preparation for chil
dren as li contains no harmful drugs.
A Rlncr's Dyspepsia Tablet after
each mealover comes Indigestion , dys
pepsia and other stomach Hie. Two
days' trial free. Ask our dealer. Sold
by A. G. Wannerdruggist. ,
Mrs.Ona Fosterof , Kansas City arriv
ed Monday on a vlstt to her parents.
Mrs Charley Thomas of Lincoln Is
spending1 the week with relatives hero.
Mrs. W. E Curnoy and daughter of
Talmugo arc visiting her sister here
Charley Paradise is moving to Sum-
merged , Kan , whence ho has purchas
ed a pool hull.
Miss Florence Reynolds loft for an
extended visit with relatives in Mem
phis , Tonn. , Sunday.
Norvlllo Ilodgo has rented Dora
Atwood'a farm near Oak Grove and
will take possession soon.
Mrs. Norman Sin Hey has boon spend
ing the week In Omaha with her daugh
ter who has been seriously sick.
E'irl Bollsboy of Adams has purchas
ed Ed Kroh's dray line , and Is already
in charge of the same. Mr. Kroh ex
pects to farm the coming season.
Will Prltts is seriously sick with
pneumonia at his homo south of town.
Ills parents have been summoned from
El Reno , Okla , to assist in his caro.
Tom Fisher of Troy , Kan. , has been
In Wheeler's ' . Ho
employed store. ex
pects to move hero soon and will oc
cupy the Ciphers house on Elm street.
Miss Alma Plasters and Walter Lu&k
have been chosen to represent Stella
In the high school dobitto to bo hold
Feb. 21 , between Nebraska City and
A. J. Wlxon will have a public sale
next Monday , after which ho will move
to town. Will Wlxon and wlfo expect
to live on the farm vacated by him the
Miss Llssa Colgluzlor Is homo from
Indiana xvhcro she has boon spending
the winter. She is now buy making
arrangements to rebuild her building
which was torn down during the flro
about a month ago , and will again engage -
gage In the millinery business
240 acres Ycll improved , H miles from Depot In Kas. Good spring Best of terms. Will take
40 acres as part payment , balance long time at low interest.
200 acres 1/4 miles from depot , Richardson county , Nebraska. Good buildings and land Will
take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
ICO acres upland , 1 mile from depot , Richardson county , Nebraska. $12,000.
100 acres Johnson county , Nebraska. 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownvillc , Nebraska.
80 acres tf-mile from falls City high school.
010 acres , $8,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take lOOncrcs as part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Money to loan
JimAyirsls homo from his trip to
Arthur Chuso was a Stella visitor
Lulu Hess of Stella visited friends
Chris Jorn and wife wore Fulls City
Frank Brlcker roturnccl to hla homo
at Shubert Friday.
Tom Qulgglo of Shubort visited herewith
with friends Sunday.
Dave Clark is homo from tUcklson ,
Kan , for u short stay.
C. W. Ocomb has been suffering with
tonsllitts this this week.
Mesdamcs 13. P. Veach and M.Mollza
drove to = alcm Tuesday.
Mrs. II. J. Kiel returned to Lincoln
Tuesday after a short visit at home.
Charley Moran was called to Denver
Wednesday by the death of a slater.
Mrs. Howard returned to her home
at North Bond , Nob. , Saturday after a
visit with her mother hero.
Mrs. Mary Turner returned to her
homo tit Ord Tuesday. She was ac
companied by her nelco Alta Corn.
Guy Stump spent Sunday In Falls
Herman Huottncr is on the sick list
Martin Nolle was a guest ot Wm.
C. W. Bell spent last Saturday with
Guy Prlno and wife.
Mrs. John Reishlck spent Sunday
with Mrs. Noah Peck.
O. A. Burk and wlfo spent Sunday
with their son Herbert.
Chas. McWalii and wlfo of Rule are
hero visiting her parents.
Mrs. E. D. Shaffer was u guest of
Mrs. Clem Stump Sunday.
Quito a number of young folks went
skating on Schalblo lake Monday night.
John Hutchison was a guest of his
grandparents lust Sunday.
Will Huettncr and family spent Sun
day at the homo of Al Fuller.
Frank Cook and family spent Sunday
with Chas. Zentner and family.
Mrs. Guy Llchty spent last week
with her sister In Kansas City.
Will Jiurtlott and wife were guests of
Gco.Prichard and family Sunday.
Mrs. George Shouso nnd children
spent Sunday with Mrs. Noah Peck.
Goldlo Yocum of Falls City Is visit
ing with her sister Mrs. Noah Peck
A number of friends ppent Sunday
evening at the homo of Mrs. Noah
Peck. They were entertained by
phonograph music by Wm. Huettner.
Will Huettner and Tony Guttler
were victims of a run away tin Satur
day evening. The tugs coming un
hooked caused the team to become
frightened when the tongue came down
throwing the occupants from the
buggy. All escaped uninjured except
Cutler who received a broken collar
'It will be unnecessary for you to go
through a painful , expensive operation
for Piles If you usoManZun. Put up in
collapsible tube with nozzle , ready to
apply to the soreness nnd Inllainmu-
tlou. For any form of Piles , price 50
cents. Guaranteed. Sold by A. G.
Wanner , drugglRt.
No Case on Record
There is no case on record of a cougher
or cold resulting in pneumonia or con
sumption after Foley's Honey and Tar
has been taken. It stops the cough
and breaks up the cold quickly. Re-
fusoany but the genuine Folcy's Honey
and Tar In a yellow package. Kerr's
Rings Llttlo Liver Pills wuko up
lazy livers , clean the system and clear
the skin. Try them for biliousness ' ( ? .
and sick headache. Price 2 < " > cents. *
Sold by A. G. Wanner , druggist.
Notice to Creditors
IN Till : COUNTY COURT OK lUClUHDSON
COUNTY , NUHltASKA.
In the matter ot the ostnto of Frances Houston ,
( looonwd. It IB ordered by the court tlmt the
time limited for creditors to file claims nuninst
falit ostnte is f > U months from the Ulh dny of
Jnnunry , 180S , nnd all claims not filed in this
court , duly verified , on or before the 14th day of
July , I'.KW , will lo fororor barred. Ordered far
ther that nil claims filed nsninst said cstnto will
Ira examined and adjusted by the conrt , in the
county court room , in the court honso In Falls
City , In cald county , March 14th , 51 ny 14th and
July 15th , 1DOS , nt the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.
Hy order of the court tlnt < xt January 14,1M3.
P3-4t JOHN' UAQNON , Conntj Judge.
Notice , Increase of Capital Stock
At n regular mootliiKof the shareholders of the
Farmers State Hank , Preston , Neb. , held In tholr
banking rooms nt 1're ton , Neb. , on the after
noon ot the 15th day of Jnnunry , 1908 , sixty-four
( lU ) shares oat of the sixtjlivo ( fi'O shares of the
capital stock of the bank being represented , It
was unanimously agreed to Increase the capital
stock of the bank from g'ViOO.CO ' to $13000.00 anil
article three of the Articles of Incorporation of
the said bank was amended to conform with the
action of the shareholders.
The Cashier of said bank was instructed to
tnko the necessary steps nt once to comply with
Section 20 of the Banking Act and when the
same has ) > een fully compiled with the action of
the shareholders shall immediately become
FAKMEHS STATE H\NK.
ByV. . C. MAIUJBWE , President.
By CLYDE THACKKR , Cashier. 01-U
Simple Remedy for La Grippe
La grippe coughs are dangerous as
they frequently develop Into pneumonia
Foloy's Honey and Tar not only stops
the cough but heals and strengthens
the lungs so that no serious results
need be feared. The genuine Foley'a
Honey and Tar contains no harmful
drugs and is in a yellow package. Refuse -
fuse substitutes. Kerr'a Pharmacy.
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February 7th and 8th , Will Be the Last Two Days of Our
Great Loom End Sale !
All goods now displayed in the windows will be thrown "On Sale" these two days. We will also have new
Spring goods arriving daily , at trade-winning prices , We assure you that there never has been an opportunity
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 qtioted below :
5,000 Yards "Loom Ends" of Figured Lawns , Matthews' Sale Price , per yard .
5,200 Yards of "Loom End" Calicos , Matthews' Sale Price , per yard . 3c
60 Pieces Mangold
Batiste A fine figured
wash fabric , worth this
season 15c , Matthews' '
price , d tiring this
sale , per yard , , .
50 Pieces Primrose Ba
tiste This elegant , printed
fabric has gained favor where
it has been shown , Matthews' '
price , during this
sale , per yard
Mercerized Voile It is un
necessary to say much about
this popular fabric , only that
our line is very complete ,
and during this sale
it is offered at
Silk Dots Moussefine
This is an elegant sheer
fabric , one that is exceed
ingly popular for evening
dress. During -
ing this sale
4,872 Yards of Simpson's Zephyrette Ginghams , Matthews' Sale Price , per yard 5c
5,200 Yards of Fine Madras Shirtings , I5c values , Matthews' Sale Price , per yard
Opposite the " ' " " Falls City ,
"The Price Killer' THEWS "The Price Killer"
Court House Nebraska
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