The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, July 24, 1908, Image 8
2-10 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 \,4 miles from depot , Richardson county , Nebraska. Good buildings and land. Will . take -10 or 80 acres as part payment. ICO acres upland , 1 mile from depot , Richardson county , Nebraska. S 12,0(30. ( ICO acres Johnson county , Nebraska. 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent. 107 acres near Brownvillc , Nebraska. 80 acres # -mile from Falls City high school. LANDS & LOANS 010 acres , $8,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take 100 acres as part payment. Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity. Muncy to loan. The County in General The "Doings" of our Country Friends and Neighbors. RULO Ben Frederick U building u now band stand. George Davis went to Duwson the last of the week. IJnrry Hubcr was u Fulls City visitor one day last week. C. J. Thompaod and daughter wuro Rule visitors recently. Mrs. Weaver roturnud to her homo In Maon City Thursday. Grace Croiilu of Falls City spent Sunday with homo folks , Mrs. Mary Wh.ilen visited her daugh ter at I'reston Saturday. Mr , Ramsey of Fortescuo was n Uulo visitor line day lust week. Rlly Simmons of tno Reservation was a Uulo visitor recently. Essie Marsh returned Saturday from u two weeks visit In Stella. Mrs. Picreo wont to St. Joseph for a visit with relatives Tuesday. John Mujurls and family visited his parents In Fulls City Sunday. Mrs. McCarthy of Falls City \a \ visit- log friends In this vicinity. Max Gcssor has rebuilt his eoal shed that burned a few weeks ago. Wm.WlnterboUom and two children visited relatives here recently. Mamie Ryan of Auburn visited with relatives In this vicinity several days last week. Ira Phillips of Wymoro , was a busl ness visitor In this city tlio latter part of the week. Rob Kunaly and wife of Falls City spent Sunday with John Kanaly's fami ly In this city. Cecil. Agnes , Florence and Margaret Canuly returned home from Fulls City Friday morning. .losle Marphy visited friends In lUilo and attended the band concert here Saturday evening. Mrs. Bessie Dolphin and daughter , Ruth , returned to their homo In Kan sas City , Sunday. Edith and Amy Brlucgur returned last week from u visit with their grand parents at Salem Huttlo Hart returned to her work in St. Joseph Sunday , after two weeks spent with homo folks. Ella Carpenter returned Saturday from a three week's visit with friends at St. Joe and Wuthena. Mrs. Roy Hart and two children ar rived from St. Joseph Saturday , for a visit with Rule friends. Henry Smith , who Is working at Bo- atrlee , spent u day or two with homo folks the last of the week. Will Craig and wlfo of North Bar row , lown , arrived Saturday to visit friends hero and In Kansas. Wyllo Vastino came down from Dawson the last of the week to spend a couple of days with his mother. Mrs. Norm Kormodo , and Mrs. Car rie Derveau drove to Falls City Friday to vtloud the funeral of Mrs. Stewart. Bessie Story , Ida Meyers and Carrie Neilzel of Preston made friends In Rule a short visit the last of the week. Mcrrlo Osbun , has been on the sick list with chicken pox. It Is In a very mild form and ho Is getting along nicely. Frank Robison and wife , Bessie Brlnegar and Forest Kirk spent Sun day with Fred Browns family near Falls City. George Cclcy and family visited In Rule several days this week. They were on their way to White Cloud , where they expect to live. Mrs. Burk and daughter Maud , re turned last week from a visit with re latives In the western part of the state. Mrs. Burk's health was much benefited by the trip. James Ford , night operator here , was called to Louisville , Nob. , last week , on account of the death of u brother , who was killed while braking on a * train at thatplace. Wayne Richardson gave a party to about thirty of bis young friends Mon day night. Games and music furnish ed amusement for the evening. Dainty refreshments were served and all re port a pleasant evening , Clara Aikman , who Is working In i Knnsus , spent Sunday with home folks in Uulo , Mrs. Walter Coo loft for her home at iong Pine , Nob. , Sunday , uftcr u few luy's visit with her sister , Mrs. Chas. redorle. Mrs. Henry Smith and little daugh ter loft Sunday fora visit with her par- nts at DCS Molnes , lowu. Amelia Boch.nc returned to Atchlson Saturday morning after u few day's visit with home folks. Jamcu Tangncy and wlfo attended u aoclal given by the Knights of Colum bus at Fulls City. Mngglo Pierce returned the first of the week from a few days visit with St. Joseph friends. Tom Kunuly of Falls City returned to his home uftcr a short visit with Rule friends. Henry Rolgcr and family of Preston , visited with Rule friends the first of the week. Harry Bradford came down from Humboldt Sunday to visit with Rule friends. C. Stickrod of Rockport , Mo. , visited relatives In this city the first of the week. Mrs. Cuvcrzaglo and daughter Lena , were Fulls City visitors one day last week. Mrs. Emma Wallace and Ilvu True , wont to the circus at Falls City Thurs day. day.Mrs. Mrs. H. Harrison and daughter Lena were Falls City visitors Wednes day. Mrs. C. J. Iluber and son Curl at tended the circus at FallsClty lust week. Dodo Anderson and family visited with his parents on the Reservtitlon , Mary Blair of Highland , Kansas , Is visiting relatives In Rule this week. Mrs. Addle Uowker returned Monday from u visit with Fulls City friends. Gertrude Kanuly look teachers ex aminatlon at Fulls City Saturday. Leonard Simon and family visited Rule friends u fowduys this week. Wm. Curlco und wlfo spent Sunduy ut the homo of Mrs. Emma Kern. Lydln , the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Cuulkim , Is quite sick. Leslie Inks returned Monday from u few days visit with Salem friends. Sam Hall spent a few days with Sa lem friends the first of the week. David Wiggins of King City , Mo. , was visiting old friends In Rulo. Chas. MeVulns family moved to Fulls City the lust of the week. Mrs. Belpler and family were Falls 01 ty visitors one day last week. Alice and Lonoro Gilbert were Falls City visitors one day last week. Jim Meudenhull of Beatrice was a business visitor hero this week. Molllo Wlnterbottom attended the clrous at Fulls City last week. Charlie Cavorzagle and wife were Falls City visitors circus day. John Gustafson of Wymoro was a business visitor hero recently. Prof. Shaffer of Buradu preached at the Holiness church Sunday. Mr. Fonton of Dawson was looking after business hero Friday. Less Croaln visited his sister , Mrs , Less Leeds in Falls City. Mrs. Blndlo was a business visitor in Rule one day last week. Floyd Thompson of Fargo was a Rule visitor recently. Mrs. Lenox and children returned to their homo In St. Joe. Annie Hill went to Kansas last week for a few weeks stay. BUI Illnton of Omaha spent a day In this city last week. Chris Shelly of Preston was a Rule visitor last week. Ches Ocarab anil family spent Sun day at this place. George E Ward was a St. Joseph vis itor a few days. Mrs. A. G. Graves u-ent to Lincoln last week. Al Burk visited Fulls City friends last week. Ike Adklns of Fortescuo w s In Rule Sunday. Mr. Graham is building a new ferry J boat. STELLA. Elmer Marts went to Dawson on business last week. E. M. Shubcrt vlglted friends In the country Sunday. J. C. Imler spent Sunday with his parents In Shubcrt. II. L. Hayes of Shubert was a busi ness visitor hero Saturday. Postmaster Evans of Shubert visited with fi lends he.-o Sunday. The Stale Bank h.is purchased a new Burroughs adding machine. Oscar Holland left Saturday noon for St. Louis where he > vill resume his work. J. G. ' McBride Is remodeling his town property by adding some now porches. MM. Cora A. Andrews and Edith Clark drove to their farms near llowo Saturday. E. Wheeler und wife went to Falls City Wednesday to visit relatives und ittond the circus. Elmer Rcimers arrived Friday from North Dakotu where he has been an issistaut operator. W. J. McCray was called to the bed side of his brother who resides in N , Dak. Monday night. 1201th M. Clark arrived from Kansas City Saturday to look after farm Inter ests ncur this place. P. U. Relmers arrived from Long Beach , California , Wednesday for a visit with his children. D. C. Palmer und wife came over from Shubert Friday to look after some business Interests. Art King of Table Rock was over to this place Monday delivering some postcards and photographs. Richard Morris who is farming the Mrs. Slack place we-jt of town bus ex ceptionally fine crops this season. E. O. Lewis of Falls City came up to Stella Thursday for a visit with old time friends. EIc drove toShuberllu the evening. Mr. und Mrs. Harry Foster of Kan sas City , arrived Saturday for u visit with the hitter's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C , Moore. Miss Martin who has been visiting her sister , Mrs. Richurd Morris west of town for some weeks , returned to her homo Friday. J. P. Austin and J. C. Peney of Au burn came down to this place on busi ness Monday. Mr. Poney bought a horse from \V. Mowcry while here. D. A. Walker and W. J. McCruy re turned from Denver Thursday uftcr a two weeks stay. They both attended the convention one day. They also visited some other points while there. J. M. Goodloo took Rurul Currier F. L. Gilbert and Post Master Overman on a Hying trip around the route on Thursday morning. They made the trip In an uutomobllo in less than two hours and n hiilf. John R. Simpson und Edith Clark both young people of near Auburn arrived hero Monday and were married at the Lutheran parsonage by Roy Shlrck. The groom Is a farmer In the vicinity of Auburn. Threshing has begun properly this week In this section In almo t every direction. T. C. Cunningham und F. H. Johnson threshed some wheat the last of the week and It did very well , The yield Is from 25 to 110 bushels. J. R. Brockman has made a number of trips to town this summer and wo are always glad to see him come. Ho Is past the 70 mark but is yet very spry Mrs. Brockman accompanied him Fri day for the first time In many months , the wire tenco going directly through It. Both horses are badly cut about the fore legs Wnon Mr. Harris found the team one horse was down and both were badly tangled and could not tra \cl. Ho phoned for the liveryman and together they led them In It Is thought that perhaps both horses are ruined for roud driving. Outside of a few bruises Mr. Harris was not hurt. Monday morning about 10:30 : u blaze started in the kitchen of the Mrs. M. E. Wood property on main street. Seuuie Wood wre getting ready to can black berries anp had filled the gaso line steve and while generating It too much gasoline tlowed out and filled the room with gas , when she lighted the match an Immediate explosion follow ed which sot the kitchen on fire. When the gas exploded It blow the north window panes out , Miss Jenno was burned about the bands and face but not seriously. Another runaway occurred Thursday afternoon southwest of town. I. W. Harris of this place secured a livery team from the burn just after dinner and started for the farm. Ho went past the place where John L , Suyer resides to look over some new pasture land. He drove Into the pasture and saw sev eral bunches of cockle burrs und get ting out to pull them the team started ip. When he started to get Into the buggy Mr. Harris wus thrown back onto the ground. They drugged him a short distance until he had to let go of the lines. Then the team ran on south through the pasture until they came to Three young men of Stella took it nto their heads to get some property one day last week and proceeded to take the rings oil of the harness and take whips and luprobes as they came to them. After they had gotten a good supply they sold them to a farmer near Stella , who displayed them and when he marshal started to arrest him he told where ho got them and the young men were Immcdlately urrostnd and tried which resulted In them getting a heavy fine. Their parents and relatives paid their fines and they were released It may not bo well for such as this to happen again. The Commercial club met Monday evening in Judge Baldwins ollico and talked the picnic business over and In the out coins , committees were ap pointed and the work of the plcnln Is In full force. J. Mi'Evans and wife and Vera Mc Dowell came over to this place Tuesday evening. Mr Evans attended the Te lephone meeting during his stay. W. C. Grconelsh who has been In Auburn for some time working at the barber trade came down to this place Sunday night. Chas. Shafer and wife also J. W. Vaught went down on the morning train Thursday to attend the circus at Falls City. I. W. Harris shipped three cur loads of cattle to Kansas City the first of the week. His cattle topped the market ut $7.y3. C. H. Thomas and N. H. Gardner of Lincoln are here this week looking af ter some insurance business. W. E. GrIMlt'.i shipped a car of hogs to Nebraska City last Tuesday evening and struck a good market. Mr. Neal of Auburn and sons will run the Florence hotel at this place after this week. E , M- Mason of near Howe , drove to this place Monday afternoon on busl ness. Hazel Clark of Kansas City arrived here Tuesday for luahort visit. Blanche und Nellie Brlggs spent Sunduy with Viola Jenkins. Kuto Roberts of Omaha Is visiting at the home of J. R. Bateuiun. A Yates returned from Peru Tues- duy noon. VERDON. Fr.ink Vouch was a Falls City visitor Monday. Dr. Miner was up from Falls City on Tuesday. - Mrs.Ella Meyers returned from Fulls City Friday. Ethel Saylor returned from her visit at Peru Monday. Mrs. H. J. Kiel returned from Lin coln Wednesday. E. O. Stout was down from Avburn Friday on business. Mrs. Daisy Goolsby was a county seat visitor Tuesday. Claud Saylor and Ethel Cook drove to Falls City Thursday. Clare Colcman and wife were Falls City visitors Thursday. Mrs. King arrived from Peru Mon day on a visit to friends. Mrs. G. D , Knapp spent last week with her parents at Salem. B. H. Llndsoy of Letcher , S. Dak visited friends here Monday. W. D. Corn and wife visited rela tives near Reserve Saturday. Verna Wilkinson returned from her visit at Nebraska City , Monday. B , F. Veach and W. S. Bycrly were Nebraska City visitors Tuesday. Mcsdamcs Clark and Stcdham re turned from their visit in Missouri. Sarah Cook visited her sister , Mrs Dallas Yoder at Fulls City this week. Pearl Clemcntc came down from Stella Tuesday on a visit to relatives. C. G. Humphrey and wife returned from their visit at Falls City Monday. W. H. Moran and wife drove down to Falls City Sunday and spout the day. Milliard Goodloe and family came down from Stella Sunday in their new auto and speut the day with Mrs. A. Goolsby. Tom Cain accompanied by Miss Annbrustcr drove to Falls City Wed nesday : night. Mrs. W. S. Byerly and daughter Maymic visited friends at Howe dur ing the week. Lnn Yantiss arrived from Long Island , Kansas Monday on a visit to relatives. Chloc Wilkinson returned Sunday from Stella where she was visiting friends. Mrs. Sarah Goolsoy and Ainrct Hart made a business trip to Falls City Monday. OHIO. Otto Ruegge visited at Ed Klmmels Sunday. Born , to August Zorn and wife July 18 , 1903 a daughter. Epli. Puck aud wife visited with Clny Peek and wife Sunday. Guy Prlne and family spent Sunday near Barada with his mother. Sylvia Prine visited a few days with with her brother and family. Donna Shatter spent Monday after noon with Mrs. E D. Shatter. Anson Kntsely and wife were guests of Mrs. N. Peck and children Sunday. Mrs. Mary Lebon and friend visited with her friend Mrs. Prlne Saturday. Mrs. Clay Peck was the cuest of Mrs Henry Gerdes In Falls City Saturday afternoon. Jennie Burk anil Dorothy Redford were guests of Ethel Peck Wednesday afuernoon. Daisy Peek returned home from Waterloo , Iowa last week after an ex tended visit. Mrs. Thomas Naylor of Falls City wus a guest of Mrs , F. M , Shaffer Mon day afternoon. Mrs. Wes Ncdrow und children were guests at the home of Mrs. F. Shaffer Monday afternoon. Lucy Smith and DeLes Splckler and wife of Barada spent Monday at the homo of Gco. Prichard. Dorothy Redford went to her homo Saturday near Peru after two weeks visit with her sister , Mrs. L. Knlsoly. Gal Flleklngers of Morrlll , Kansas came up In their new auto Sunday and spent the day with Ed Kimmel and family. > Bertha and Jennie Brim went to their home at Sabothu Kansas Friday after a weeks visit with their sister and other friends. O. B. Prichard and wlfo entertained at their home Sunday Joe Cully and wife , Wallace Cully und sister Rebec ca and Blanche Lewis. H : J. Prlchnrd and wife entertained Sunday at their home , Coon Prichard and wife , Nat Auxier and wife and Gco. Prichard and family. A great many of our people took u day off from their farm duties and went to town Thursday to see the elephant and do their shopping. Mrs. Jepsou and children spent a portion of last week with her brother Guy Prlno and family. On Sunday she went to Barada to spend some time with her mother. Frank Lichty and family , Guy Llch- ty and wife , Mrs. O. A. Gulnn , Mrs. Chester Stump and children and the Misses Glldensleere of Kansas City spent Sunday In Falls City with John Lichty and wife. Mrs. Chester Stump entertained at her homo Wednesday afternoon. Those present were Mesdames John Lichty , Guy LIchtv" , Frank LlchtyCleon Peck , Franklin , O , A. Gulnn , Geo. Prichard , and the Misses Glldcnsleeve of Kan sas City Marie Lichty. Ice cream and cake were served. A glorious time is reported. Blytho Shaffer entertained from 2 to G o'clock Monday afternoon in honor of her twelfth birthday. Refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served. Those present were Margaret and Ncrle Naylor , Ruth , Helen and Ber nice Holnouian , Jennie Burk , Grace McCann , Eunice Braden , Ferrll Dra goo , Merl Stump , Allie Prlcbard and Gladys Kimmel. ROM. I. W. Williams Testifies. Rev. I. W. Williams , Huntlngton , W , Va. testifies follows ' 'This is , as : 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 del \ that you claim for it. " Kerr's pharmacy. HUMBOLDT Chas. Crawford wus a Sunday visitor In Table Rock. Daisy Morris visited a bister in Daw- fen a part of the week. Dora Drake Is spending the week with Burchard Irlcnds. Frank Porter and wife of Dawson , were in town Monday. L. M. Sterns was n Lincoln visitor the fore part of the week. Nlnah Snow returned Saturday from a week's visit in Tecumseh Frank Porak returned the last of the week from a business trip to Lincoln. Will Jacobs of Lincoln , was a guest over Sunday at the home of M. C. Lee. Henry Seely left Sunday night for a visit with friends at Wahoo aud Nor folk. folk.M. M. C. Shurteff , Jr. , went to MeCook Monday to look alter interests on his farm. Charlton Hall Is spending the week with his daughter , Mrs. John Gird In Lincoln. Ella Bean , of Arapaboe , Neb. , Is in the city visiting her friend , Mrs. R. R. Phllpot. Tom Smith and family returned Mon day from a two week's visit with rela tives at Tonkawa. Okla. Mrs. E. L. Crane entertained the Presbyterian kenslngton at her home on Tuesday afternoon. Lillian Butterfield returned Monday from a month's visit with relatives at Nebraska City and Lincoln. George Boiler of Chicago Is being entertained this week at the home uf the Parr boys south of town. Ethel Brockway came down from Lincoln the first of the week for a visit with relatives south of town. Lloyd Reid ccme- down from Lincoln the lust of the week and will spend a few weeks with his parents here. V-erd Games , who has been spending some time with his parents here , left the past week for Santa Barbara , Call. Fred Noble and wife were down from Lincoln this week visiting Dr. J. L. Gandy and wife and other relatives. H. V. Dorland and bride returned Friday from LIncofn and are now dom iciled in their new home on Central avenue Pearl Sells and Wana Zimmerman have returned from Peru , where they had been in attendance til Ihe state normal J. L. Carpenter was hero from Kan sas City a part of the week visiting friends and'looklng after some business interests. Ray Gist and family left the past week for a visit with Mrs. Glsl's par ent ? , E. A. Tucker and wife at Los An geles , Call. Lillith Waggoner enterlaincd a com pany of youug ladles at her home , Mon day evening , complimenlary lo her friend , Helen Bonner , of Crele. Mills Lauderback Is now employed as night operator at the local station. H. S. Grimes , who formerly held this position has been Iransferred to Table Rock. Elmer Rousek left the last of the week for Kansas City , where ho was Eli joined by a party of friends , who were enrouto for a few week's outing In the Ozark mountains. George Thompson , a former Hum boldt boy , but for several years has bad employment In Chicago , arrived In the city Saturday to spend a two week's vacation with friends here. C. S. Williams , who has been en gaged in the photography business in the city for a number of years , expects to take up bis permanent residency in Los Angeles , Call. , in a few weeks. Lulu Hummel entertained a party of fifteen young ladies at her home Friday evening , the entertainment being in the form of a "kid party" each gueft being required to coineatllred in Ihe coslume of a lillle girl. Hazel Allng of Lin coln was guesl of honor of Ihls occasion. Friends of Gerlrudo Gird In this city have recently received the announce ment of her marriage to J. Gaylord Ir- yln , the event having taken place in Denver Mr. Irvln Is employed as tra veling agent for a jewelry firm of Lin coln. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Lyman Wbltcomb of this city and for > i five years past has been engaged in the millinery business In Lincoln. Foley's Orlno Laxative , the now lax ative , stimulates , but does not irritate It is the best laxative. Guaranteed o your money back. Kerr's pharmacy.