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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 10 , 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.
C. Smith 200 acres 1J miles from depot , Richardson county , Nebraska. Good buildings and land. Will
. take -10 or SO acres as part payment.
100 acres upland , 1 mile from depot , Richardson county , Nebraska. 312,000.
160 acres Johnson county , Nebraska. 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownvillc , Nebraska.
SO acres 3f-milc from Falls City high school.
LANDS & LOANS 040 acres$3,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take ICO acres us part payment.
Pine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
J Money to loan.
Hov Scott of Ncmaha Mure visiting
his brother Claude.
Hn/.cl Wlxon spunt Wednesday with
her cousin , Daisy Ma on.
AI Smith of Humlio'.dt drove over to
this place Monday on business.
Miss Myrtle McCruy Is hoimi from
Peru thl * week visiting her parent ? .
Charles Henderson of Slmbcrl spent
Sunday with Ins uncle , .1 Henderson.
Ernc-t Morgan anil W G Fankcll
drove to Elumboldt the last part of the
Captain A 15 Evans and \vlfo loft
Tuesday for u visit with tholr sons at
Mrs Pearl Sloan and son visited Fri
day and Saturday at the homo of Eph-
Mr and Mrs Barney Mullen arc stay
ing In the country this week with their
eon B G Mullen.
The Board of Directors and Bank of-
llccrs held their annual meeting of the
State Bank Monday.
Mr and Mrs L C Morris arrived hero
Friday and will spend the summer with
the former's parents.
Oscar Holland of St. Louis arrived
Friday for a visit with his parents , Mr.
und Mrs J II Holland.
Mrs .1 RCainlr and children spent
the Fourth of July In the country at
the homo of I L Plasters.
J S Swlhart and wife left Sunday by
way of Kansas City for Dcnycr , where
they will visit tholr son , Clarence.
Mlle Hoppo who has boon taking a
vacation In this part of the country re
turned to his work at Onsana Sunday.
Naoma Lowe , daughter of H W Lowe
vbltcd with her former schoolmates
the latter part of the week at this place.
A J Baldwin had a new piano shipped
to this place Thursday and the Instru
ment Is now stored In Vaught's store.
MUs Hazel Smith , who has been vis
iting the Misses O'Brien for the past
week , returned to her home In Auburn
The Misses Mildred and I3cslo Kal-
leman and Currlo V might loft Thursday
for a month's visit with relatives in
Denver and Houlder , Colorado.
Uumboldt had some of the best lire
works apparently that have been soon
for some few years. Stella folks could
see them above all the hills and the
Bky was a continual glow.
MUs Blaneho Moncttu went out In
the country with Miss Alma Plasters
Friday evening to her homo west of
Stella and together the girls wont to
Auburn to spend the Fourth.
Eber Lusk returned from Elk Greek
Friday for u stay with hU parents over
the Fourth. Uo is working on a farm
near F-lk Creek , and will continue hla
work at that place during the summer.
Vandeyenter and Wagner , the hog
buyers of this place euy that the busi
ness is rather slow these nice days and
that it takes a rain to bring them In.
However they are glad to see the nice
Miss Geneva Raymond of Hiawatha
was the guest of Miss Luollo Harris for
a few days this past week. Ray Blan-
tied of Cornell University , Now York ,
was also a guest at the Harris home
A picnic was hclu Saturday evening
at this place on the Globes and Curtis
lawns and several families were present
to enjoy the good time which followed.
Nearly all of the families who romainet
at homo that day were represented.
Rev F R Shlrok received u tclogran
Monday from Lincoln that the Tabithi
Home would not bo dedicated on tin
date set owing to the big rain that fel
there Sunday evening. It is reportei
that two feet of water stood In th
Ell M Knapp was of the epeeulutlv
turn of mind the other day and bough
a horse without the horse. Ho me
a man wuo said he would sell a hors
which ho could not find for $23 and le
Ell hunt hlai up. So Ell took him u
und siorted on the hunt , but the ne.x ;
day the man found his horse and bough
his late buyer out.
J H Overman has ouo of the bes
looking corn crops In this part of th
csuntry. The corn in many places 1
oyer the height of an ordinary man
Mr Overman says that this Is not an ;
of your common corn but that ho go
it from a farmer whu has the genuln
Henry Field's corn. Mr Overman ha
a good many spring cheats und take
great pride in making ever ) thing hun
dy to care lor them. He has a chut
made under a bridge to get his pig
from the lot to the pasture.
A very queer thing Imppcnnjl the
other night and It Is certainly a bravo
deed. On Wednesday evening at a late
hour some parties stole all of the cher
ries oil the trees In front of Mrs Mar
garet Wood's house. The trees wore
just loaded down with the red fruit and
on Wednesday evening Miss Jenno
picked about a quart saving she would
pick them all the following morning ,
but when morning came some ono had
helped thomsclves to the fruit. This
is the second case of this kln'd In the
past two weeks. An example ought to
bo made of the culprits.
A dinner party was given at Dr. A.
W. Montgomery's Saturday evening
nd in fact it was a sort ot a reunion of
old time friends. Those present were
Dan Hinds and wlfo of Little Rock and
H. R. Young and wife of east of town.
This Fcxtotto has > a history of early
days and a very pleasant evening was
A city force went out to help Guy
Harris with his hay on the Fourth and
you never saw such work as was done.
The way the hay went up wasn't slow.
I W Harris , Captain Yoder. J F Jen
kins and Frank Wollcr composed the
party. Frank is helping Guy steady
with the hay ,
Several of the boys and men from
hero went to the scene of the wreck
which occurred just east of the Dovel
pluco at the llrst uurvo out of Uowo.
The men got there alright but they
had to foot It back for the freight crow
would not allow them to ride.
The night passenger was late enough
Saturday morning that every ono who
wished to go to Auburn could get up In
tlmo and a good'crowd of young folks
went. Over fifty tickets were sold for
the morning train and quite a number
for the afternoon train.
A great many tanners labored all
day Sunday trying to catch up with
back work. Some harvested and
others plowed corn. The wheat crop
19 well ojt of the way and tome of the
farmers west of town commenced to
harvest oats Wednesday.
Thos Htgelns and family arrived
Sunday from Elk Greek fora visit with
relatives. Mr Hlgglns says that his
corn crop la looking flno and that the
people In general are feeling good over
the prospects of a good crop ,
Captain Yodcr of the University ar
rived Saturday for a visit with his
room mate Fraud Wcller. dipt Yodor
was a graduate this season and is now
taking up the law course. Ills homo
IB in Indiana.
All the men that could bo secured
were sent to Auburn Tuesday morning
to assist the wrecking crow In straight
ening up the wreck which occurred
ono half milo west of Auburn Tuesday
The work of laying now rails id this
place is once more at a stand still. All
the Greeks except about three wont on
a strike Friday and notio has , been
shipped in hero since.
Mrs Plxloy and daughter arrived
from Brock to join Mr Plxloy , who is
now liremun for the Electrical company
of this place. They will make their
Miss Essa Marsh of Rule arrived hero
Thursday for u visit with friends. It <
has been over a year since Miss Marsh
has paid this place a visit.
J. R. Cain went to Falls City Friday
noon and spent the Fourth with his
jamlly at his daughters In Hiawatha.
D A Walker and W J McCray left
1 Saturday for Denver , where they will
attend the Democratic convention.
A good crowd drove tollumboldt the
morning of the Fourth as it was th
only biiro way of getting there.
F. C. Snyder and wife spent Sunday
at the homo of the former's brother
John Suydcr south of town.
Arnold and Lydia Barsller went t <
Talmago Saturday to spend the Fourll
with old time friends.
J Gritllth left Wednesday cvcnlnj
for a visit with his mother at Fulrbury
Ho returned Sunday.
t II. L. Uogrcfo was numberei
it among the sick Thursday hut is abli
to bo out again.
Mrs..Caroline Haggard has been slci
for thetpast few days but is fast regain
Nettle Wcller of this place went t <
West Point Thursday to visit he ;
Walter Radinsky visited in Sterling
over Sunday with bis parents.
Daisy Mason spent Sunday with rel
atives in Auburn ,
G D. Jenkiug spent the Fourth it
W H Hi'ndrk'k' * of Kansas City and
N B Judd of Falls City .vere In town
Thursday trying to buy some of the
surplus horses In this part but failed
to got many as the farmers were too
busy to bring them In.
While A R MoMullcti was attending
church oervlces at the Lutheran church
Sunday evening an automobile passed
near where ho had his horse tied , caus
ing It to break looe and run away.
Mr McMullcn and Mr Globes who was
sitting near , Immediately started lu
pursuit. Mr Globes proving the fastest
runner and he took direct north and
just as ho came to the corner of Jason
Tlmcrman's on Main street ho met the
horse making for homo and caught It.
No domago was done to the buggy.
J A Martin was in Shubert Tuesday.
C H Martin was in the city last Wed
Dave Ransom was up from Falls City
Sam Cain was a visitor In Falls City
Miss Vesta Lively spent the Fourth
in this ylclnlty.
J C Wllemanaud H Woodrlng were
In the city Tuesday.
Walt Morehead wag a business visitor
In Shubert Saturday.
U E Williams of Shubert was in Ba-
rndu one day last week.
Edgar Prine and mother attended
services In Falls City Sunday.
Jake Peters and E E Bolejack were
visitors at the county seat Friday.
Fred Lundy and mother of Shubert
were Bnrnda visitors on Wednesday.
Gnus and William Surraan and Wil
son Wamsloy were in the city Friday.
Mr Ellis Prlno spent several days
last week visiting friends In Falls City.
Miss Johanna Fahsucler of Rockport ,
I Mo. . Is visiting friends In this vicinity.
Mr and Mrs G W Fru/.ee spent Sun-
ay with their daughter Mrs Win Boll-
Miss LI/.zio Michuells is assisting
Mrs Ollvo Kukor with her household
Mr and Mrs E E Butler spent Sunday
vith Will Kubrick and family near
Win McGowan , Clyde Vassar and
Otis Sailors celebrated the Fourth In
Alban Ilolley and Otis Spleklor with
Imli- ladles , drove to Falls City Satur-
Mr and Mrs James Fillmau are en-
eying a visit from their daughter ,
Mrs J A Gushard of Lincoln.
The now check books gotten out by
ho Burudu State Bunk arc very artis-
Ic and pleasing In appearance.
The dance at Schulenburg's hall on
Saturday evening was well attended
ind u splendid time is reported.
Mr and Mrs Charles Schulenburg
fifitod Sunday with Mrs Schulenburg's
nirents , Mr. and Mrs U Woodring.
Mr and Mrs W C Brldgemau spent
the Fourth with Mr Bridgman's par
ents near Verdon returning Sunday
Mrs Elliott of Falls City Is visiting
lier friend Mrs 1 A Dunn , while enjoy
ing u short vacation from her duties as
Wm Whlttlngton acted in the capa
city of Marshal on the Fourth. Ho
makes a good one. Why not give him
a steady job ?
Bennlo and Anna Franklin , who are
attending summer school in Peru spent
the Fourth at home. Miss Alken ac
companied them home.
Mrs Karl Butler has u rather serious
wound caused by running a nail into
her foot. Her sister Lela has been
stajing with her since the accident.
Levl Bowman returned Friday from
an extended trip to Lincoln and vari
ous Iowa points. Ho expects to leave
again In about ten days for another trip
Mr and Mrs Deles Spickler enter
tained Mr and Mrs George Prltchard ,
Mr and Mrs Guy Lichty andMrsGulun
at their home Sunday. In the after
noon they Vent boating on the Spick
Dr S A Van Osdol returned Monday
from Kansas City , where he was called
by the illness of his sister , Mr * . Lula
Moncravle. It was feared that she
might have to undergo a dangerous
oparatlon , but when her brother reach
ed her he , found It mlpht be avoided
and brought her home with him thai
he might have her under his personal
Mrs Otto Scharringhausen and chil
dren of Odell , Neb , who have been vis-
ting Mrs Scharrlnghnusen's parents ,
Mr and Mrs Ernest Kuhlman und other
elatlves at this place , returned homo
on Thursday of last week. Misses Ella
mil Louisa Kuhlman accompanied her
lomo to spend the Fourth and visit
with their grandmother , whom they
md not seen for years.
Throughout the day Saturday was
very quiet in Barada , Early in the eve
ning , however , people began coming
rotn all directions and soon the streets
were thronged with a crowd wno had
come to witness the display of fireworks
iromlaed by our merchants. Nor were
they disappointed , for the exhibition
astlng from nine until nearly twelve
o'clock by R J Dunn & Son and W F
Sutler repaid them for their meeting
icre. The Ice cream stand run by
Dunn & Son was well patronized. Al
together wo feel as If we had celebrated.
Mrs N Peck and cnildren spent Sun
day with her parents.
Henry Hahn spent Sunday In Falls
ity with hla parents.
Chester Stum ] ) and family spent Sun
day with H J Prichard
Chas O'Mara of Kansas City is hereon
on a visit with friends.
Mrs Chas Zentner spent Tuesday
with her sister at Verdon.
Mrs N Peck and daughter spent Mon
day with Mrs Gee Prichard
Laura Camblin spent the week with
her sister , Mrs. Frank Cook.
Blanche Lewis of Kansas Is visiting
with relatives here this week.
Rosa Coons Is spending this tfcek
near Dawson with her brother.
Frank ShalTer and family spent Sun
day with II J Prichard and family
Martin Nolto and family wore guests
of Win Uuettuer and family Sunday.
Gee L'oons and tamlly of near Dawson
spent Sunday with the former's parents.
Bert Dodds came down from Peru
Friday to spend the 4th with friends.
Mrs Clay Prlne and children of Kan
sas City are vl-itlng with friends and
Guy Prino and wife spent Sunday
near Verdon with their uncle Chas Bell
Mrs O A Gulnn came down from
Humboldt Friday to spend the Fourth
with her sister.
O A Burk , wife and two youngest
children visited with Chas McWain
and wife at Rule , Sunday.
Mrs II Gullliams and children have
returned homo after u few days visit
with her parents r.t Auburn.
Clem Stump sull'ered from blood poi
son the latter part of last week , which
came from a wound on his hand which
ho hurt on the binder.
Mr and Mrs Deles Spickler enter
tained Gee Prichard and family , Mrs
O A Gulnn , Guy Lichty and wife and
Wm McGowen at their homo Sunday.
F M ShalTer had bad luck in the way
of losing a fine colt last Wednesday by
its jumping on the iron picket fence and
injuring itself so badly that it had to be
Miss Emma Last who is staying at
Henry Fritz's was completely surprised
by about SO of her friends on the evenIng -
Ing of July Jird. A grand time was en
joyed by those present. Refreshments
A McCann and wife were called to
Palmyra , Neb. , last Tuesday by the
death of Peter Slser , father of Mrs Me
Canu. Mr McCann returned homo
Friday but Mrs McCaun will remain
for a time with her mother who is ill
July 4th being Guy Llchty's birthday
ho and wlfo entertained at their homo
that evening. Mrs John Lichty and
daughter Marie of Falls City , Dele
Spickler and wlfo of Barada , FS Llchtj
and family , U J Prichard and family
Gee Prichard and family , Gee Stern
and family , II Gullllums and family
Chester Stump and family , Ed Klmmo
and family , Clcon Peck and wlfo und
Mrs O A Gulnn were present. Ice
cream and cake and lemonade wa
served and then a fine display of flre
works were enjoyed. A vet y enjoyable
time was reported by all present.
Rev. I. W. Williams Testifies.
Rev. I. W. Williams , Huntlngton , W.
Va. , testifies as follows : "This is to cer
tify that I used Fo'.cy's Kidney Remedy
for nervous exhaustion and kidney
trouble , and am free to say that Foley's
Kidney Remedy will do ail that you
claimer it. " Kerr's pharmacy.
J. F. Shubert was a Humboldt visitor
F. M. Outhout was a Falls City visl-
John Martin of Barada was In this
M. H. Taylor was a Peru visitor
uring the week.
W. F. Leslie was a business visitor at
Mrs. J. C. Schulcnberg was shopping
n Falls City Friday.
Ray Lundy living near town was a
Barada visitor Sunday.
Henry Fishburn was a Falls City vis-
tor the first of the week.
Chas Wilson and wlfo of near Stella
vas hero Saturday evening.
Miss Moreton of Nemaha has been
isitlng Mrs. M. H. Taylor.
Mcsdames Jno. Speoce and Burson
of Ord is visiting relatives here.
Cnarles Bacon and wife of Beatrice
pent a few days hero last week.
Jimmlo Stout of Nemaha was a busi
ness visitor here one day last week.
MrsDr. . Shook was the guests of rel
atives at Auburn during the week.
Dan McDanlelS and family enjoyed
Saturday evcnine with friends here.
Doras Colglozler of near Verdon is
'isitlng old friends and relatives here.
Mrs Wm. Snelllng enjoyed a few
days visit with Miss Davis of near Ne
Elder Ruck is now at homo again
after an absence of several weeks in
he western part of the state.
Mrs. EllRupart was a pleasant culler
it the home ot Mrs. Frank Shuhert
Wan-en Hutchings of Falls City
spent a part of last week with his son
Thomas McClaln went to Falls City
the first of the week for an extended
visit with homo folks.
Lewis schulenberg and wife of Bara
da were guests at the home of Charles
Wulkup Weddle who has been em
ployed at Omaha for some time Is now
here spending a few weeks with home
Mrs. Jno. Lambert who since her
accident was at the home of Mrs. Ilig-
gins was taken to her homo one day
during the week.
Dr. Andrews came over from Stella
Monday to astlst Dr. Shook with the
operation recently preformed on Mrs.
Bahr living south of town.
Henry Woodrlng of Barada , who Is
a brother of Mrs. Chas. Schulenberg ,
who had the misfortune of being run
over by the Spickler automobile some
time ago Is slowly recovering.
S. P. Gist went to Humboldt Wed
Dr. Pollard went to Cass county on
Charley McCool went to Falls City
Mrs. Chas , Roberts went to Falls
Fey French came down from Lin
Mrs Hoff came down from Hum
Henry Corn came down from Verdon
J.O. Stalder transacted business in
Falls City Tuesday.
Eel Davis and family went to Auburn
Friday to visit over Sunday.
Mrs. Glen Curtis is visiting her par
ents , W. C. McCool and wife.
U. F. Vincent and family o'f Atchison -
son arc visiting at the home of Mrs.
J. Earl Evans of Scottsville , Kansas
visited a few days the la&t of the week
Mrs. M. A. Graves and children of
Wilcox , Nebraska are visiting with
friends in town.
Mrs. Etta Sanders and daughter ,
Fay Watts returned to their home in
Mrs. Laura Shirley of Beloit , Kas ,
and Mrs. Cooper of Tenii. are visiting
relatives here this week.
Rubio Stoufl'er , Florence Jones , and
Mablc and Lwverne Lesley and Alice
Brinegar came home from Peru Fri
Mrs Caroline Williams of Dawson
returned home Monday after a few
days visit with her daughter , Mrs. A.
Gene Ilolmlck was down from Stella
Jim Clark spent Saturday at Nebras
Ralph Miller returned to Geneva ,
Nob. , Wednesday.
Cora Swlsetrood returned homo Fri
day from Nemaha City.
Misses Holdermun and Buser drove
over from Dawson Wednesday.
Theresa Armbruster and Tom Kaln
were Humboldt visitors , Saturday.
Lilly Shubert and Bert Waggoner
spent the Fourth ut Nebraska City. +
Loren Corn and John Mark drove to
Falls City Saturday after fireworks.
Mrs Charley Skinner of Cook , Neb. ,
Is visiting relatives here this week.
Mrs Augusta King and daughter ,
Martha , came down from Peru Friday.
Mrs. McDermett and children of Sa
lem spent Saturday visiting relatives.
Chas Humphrey und wife spent
Saturday visiting relatives at Falls
Jim Aycrs und family left Tuesday
for a visit to relatives at Bcllevue ,
Ada Corn and Andy Crook of Salem
were in town a short time Saturday
W. D. Corn and wife and James
Ayers and family spent the Fourth In
Mrs Gene Helmlck of Stella spent
the latter part of the week here visit
Madge Bowmo came down from Au
burn Sunday on a visit to her friend ,
Jessie Withee came down from Stella
Tuesday and remained until Friday vis
iting Mrs W C Sloan.
Mrs W C Sloan and children visited
their sister , Mrs Witheo at Stella from
Friday until Sunday.
Roy Edwards and wife of Cheney ,
Neb. , were visiting relatives here the
Intter part of the week.
Harry Jenkins , O. P. Peal and H. J.
Corn and W. C. Sloan celebrated at
Humboldt the Fourth.
Katie Mlliza und Kdna Parsons went
to Auburn Friday and remained until
Sunday , visiting friends.
Laura Heinzolmun , Alice Hanson-
yager and Norman Heln/.elman drove
to Humboldt Saturday and spent the
Mrs Emerson of Dawsou moved Into
the telephone olllce Tuesday. She will
have charge of the olllce hero , caused
by the resignation of Jim Ayers.
A Bryan Echo.
Does Bryan fear to tread the path
Which he himself has picked
And meet the regnant G. O. P.
To lick or to be licked ?
Echo be licked.
Why does he hang on like a leach
And work his well-worn bluff ?
Two times a loser in the race ,
Is not that quite enough ?
Echo enough. _
Observe the smile upon his face ,
Put there to meet the scoff
And scorn of genuine Democrats
The smile that won't come off.
Echo come off.
He says that he alone has strength
To pull the party through ,
And any one opposing him
To party is not true.
Echo not true.
Ob , hear him speak upon the stump ,
His accents rising high ;
"Behold In the '
me people's own ,
I am Vex Populi. "
"I want to run , I ought to run ,
Because , clear friends , you see ,
It's nothing more than right and what
The delegates owe me.1'
Echo oh , me.
With Bryan at the front once more ,
The Matchless Leader brave
Say , will the party follow him
To glory or the grave ?
Echo the grave.
( W. J. LAMI'TON , in Bay City , Mich
igan , Democrat. )
Untrimmed Leghorn Hat sale
Friday and Saturday , July 10th
S3.25 Leghorns for $2.00.
$3.00 Leghorns for $1.75.
$2 25 Leghorns for $1.25. *
Also many other bargains.
Remember the dates , July 10th
and llth , two days only at
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