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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1908)
Henry G. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
240 acres well improved, 1J 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 miles f^om depot, Richardson county, Nebraska. Good buildings and land. Will
take 40 or SO acres as part payment.
160 acres upland, 1 mile from depot, Richardson county. Nebraska. 812,000.
160 acres Johnson county, Nebraska. 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownville, Nebraska.
80 acres A-mile from Falls City high school.
040 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take 100 acres a? part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Money to loan.
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The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
Mi-s Bowen was a Stella visitor last
Clyde Hill was a Lincoln visitor most
of last week.
Joseph Parsons was a business vi-itor
Mrs. Chas. Athey was a Humboldt
Mrs. (). It, Boss spent last week with
her husband at Nelson.
Mrs. Ida and Dora Zentner are visit
ing relatives in Chicago.
Mr. Miller and wife of York spent a
few days here with friends.
C. A. Lord and daughter Gladys
were Salem visitors Tuesday.
Miss Townley has purchased the Huff
man property on Elm street.
Tommie Ouigle was a visitor at the
home of Mr, V^tdck Saturday.
Grandma Lewis and daughter, Mag
gie were Stella visitors Friday.
Miss l’earl Dillon of Peru is here vis
iting with her aunt, Mrs. Collins.
Mr. L. Frederick and wife of near
Barada wore visitors here Friday.
Mr*. Higgins Is entertaining rela
tives from Chicago for a few days.
Mrs. Kay Kinton of Haddam, Ivans.,
is here visiting her many relatives.
Joseph Krug of Bancroft spent a few
hours with his brother Ed last Sunday.
Miss Edith anJ Lalla Hill were visit
ing relatives at Stella part of last week.
C. A. Lord has purchased one of the
swellest autos in this part of the coun
Most all of our people took in tho
picnic at Stella ami all had a pleasant
Mrs. W. W. James, who has spent
some time in California, has returned
Mrs. Ilergsma is enjoying a pleasant
visit from her sister, whose home is in
Miss Carrie Hrieker was visiting with
relatives at Verdon a few days quite
Mrs, Hardy Hays has returned home
from her visit with friends and rela
tives at Rulo.
Miss Ella James of Peru came down
Saturday to spend Sunday with W. W.
James and wife.
Mr. ltupbyole of Missouri was visit
ing his cousin Mrs. George Hrieker the
first of last week.
Irvin Shafer has rented tho L. K.
Barnes farm. We are all guessing as
to the housekeeper.
Mrs. Thomas of Auburn spent the
greater part of last week at the home
of Mrs. Lon Harmon.
L, M. Weddle and wife left Wednes
day for an extended visit with relatives
and friends in Indiana.
M. Weiek and wife entertained a
large number of their friends at their
home Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Nil Williamson of Ba
rada came over and bought household
goods here the other day.
Miss Pearle Shubert entertained her
friend Miss Mamie French of Nemaha
the greater part of last week.
Mrs. F. M. Oathout left the first of
the week for Minnesota, where she ex
pects to visit a daughter for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shulenberg and
Jake Birdsley and family spent Sunday
with their son and brother at Barada.
Mr. McDowell ana wife of Stella, well
known here, loaded his household goods
and left for Red Cloud, Neb., during
Wm Leslie, accompanied by his sis
ter, Mrs. Keasoner and children, spent
Sunday with J. ,1' Parsons and wife
Mrs. Hull and daughter of Verdon
spent Saturday and Sunday with their
daughter and sister, Mrs. George Bri
cker and family.
Mr. Crother of Nemaha has been in
o-r town during the week laying new
sidewalks, which add greotly to the ap
pearance of the town.
Mr. and Mrs ShurtlilY have been en
joying a several days visit from their
daughter of Omaha. The latter re
turned to her home Sunday.
A clever, popular Candy Cold Cure
Tablet—ca led Preventics—is being
dispensed by druggists everywhere.
In a few hours Preventics are said to
break any cold completely. And Pre
ventics being so safe and toothsome,
are very fine for children. No quinine
no laxative, nothing harsh nor sick
ening. Box of 48—25c Sold by all
1\ H. .1 us.sen unil family spent Sun
tlay In this vicinity.
Anthony Buchholz and family spent
Sunday in Kalla City.
J. A. Martin visited at the home of
K. Iy CilHlaiid Sunday.
Jessie Cox has been employed to
teach the Cotcher school.
Miss Lucy Smith is vifiting her
friend, Mrs. I) E Spickler
T. C. Roe and wife of Falls City vis
ited Sunday with friends here.
.1. C. Wilenian. wife and daughter,
Mae, are attending the state fair.
Wni. Kuhlman and daughter, Miss
Ella, are attending the state fair.
Anthony Buchholz was among the
number who took in tli Stella picnic.
Miss Carrie Hines of Wymore spent
last week with her friend Mrs. C. V.
J. T. Isabel lias accepted a position
asengineer at the canning factory for
John Morehead and family of Falls
City spent Sunday at the home of L.
1 ln> canning factory made the first
rim of the season on Saturday last, can
ning both tomatoes and peaches.
I). E. Spickler and Hugh Pritchard
went to Omaha Monday in an aueOand
returned with a new Maxwell machine.
O. W. Fra zee and wife drove to
Humboldt.Saturday to visit theirdaugh
ter, Mrs. Robert Reddick. They re
; Mrs Ed Duerfeldt and children of
Omaha and Mrs. Henry Duerfeldt of
Detroit, Mich!, are visiting at the home
of E. E. Hutler.
Mrs Charles Halth is enjoying a
uisit from her mother and sister, Mrs.
Jasper Bttrch and daughter Alice of
Misses Marie Crotty of Falls City,
Anna Crotty of St. Joseph and Kate
Ego of, Verdon. visited friends in this
vicinity last week.
Miss Edna Young, who has been vis
iting for several weeks with her cousin
Mrs. C. V. Cox, returned to her home
at Wymore Monday.
Ed and Nettie Buetzerof Mound City
Mo, visited a Couple of weeks with
their cousin, Mrs. F. 1,. Gilliland, re
turning home Monday.
The Rhoades sawmill has nearly fin
ished sawing for Surman and will
move next week into the timber on the
lower farm of O. H. Martin.
Josh Delong’s little daughter, who
was bitten by a rattlesnake some time
ago, resulting in a dangerous illness,
has now regained her usual health.
Henry Vanderschmidt of Craig, Mo.,
visited last week with Joseph Surman
and family. He thinks somewhat of
making Richardson county his home.
Barada is quite proud of the fact that
her townsman Otis Spickler, made
good in the auto race at Stella, making
the five mile run in a tritle over eleven
A. C. Surtnan and son Owen of Paw
nee county spent last week with his
brother, Joseph and family. Willie
accompanied him home and will take
in the state fair at Lincoln before re
Mrs. Sam Prosser, accompanied by
her sons, John and Arthur, and daugh
ters, Katie and Panara, arc attending
the state fair and visiting with Mrs.
Wilson Watnsley sold his farm of 12(1
acres to Harry Cline at a consideration
of $50 per acre. We have not been in
formed as to Mr. Wamsley’s future
plans but hope that he does not think
of leaving Richardson county.
Goldie Bowers and Maude Davis of
Saint Deroin drove to Falls City Mon
day and were there united in marriage
I by Judge Gagnon. The young couple
! are well known here and a host of
I friends unite in wishing them a long
I and prosperous journey through life.
Millions of bottles of Foley’s Honey
and Tar have been sold without any
! person ever having experienced any
| other than beneficial results from its
| use for coughs, colds and lung trouble.
This is because the genuine Foley's
! Honey and Tar in '.he yellow paekaee
contains no opiates or other harmful
drugs. Guard your health by refusing
1 any but the genuine. Kerr's pharmacy.
Louie Davison and George Gilligan
were up from Falls City Monday.
Mrs. ft. L. Hoff and daughter Lucille
came down from Humboldt Tuesday.
C. A. Lord and (laughter Gladys of
Shubert visited in town Tuesday.
VV. R. Waggoner and family came
down from Humboldt Thursday.
Myrtle Huffnell and Lela Powell
were guests of Helen MeCool Tuesday.
Grant Cornell of Verdon was in town
Will and Ada Corn were Falls City
Lyle Tyner went to Kansas City last
Mamie Moore went to Omaha on a
Nola and Anna MeCool returned
Hob Wright came up from Falls City
Jess Heikes returned to St. Joseph
Jim Gearheart came home from St.
Mrs. S, II. Bayne came up from Falls
City Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. K, E. Grinstead left for Cincin
nati. Ohio, where she expects to spend
Ira McCool was in Falls City last
Miss Mary Slocum of Sabetha, Kail.,
is the guest of Miss Irene Spurlock.
Irene Spurlock entertained Friday
evening in honor of Mary Slocum of
It's a pity when sick ones drug the
stomach or stimulate the Heart and
kidneys. That is all wrong. A weak
Stomach means weak stomach nerves,
always and this is also true of the heart
and kidneys. The weak nerves are in
stead crying out for help. This ex
plains why Dr. Shoop’s Restorative is
promptly helping stomach, heart and
kidney ailments. The Restorative
reaches out for the actual cause of
these ailments—the failing ‘inside
nerves.’ Anyway test the Restorative
48 hours. It wont cure as soon as that
but you will surely know that help is
coming. Sold by all dealers.
Mrs. Guy Liehty attended the state
fair this week.
Mrs. Albers and boys were guests of
Mrs. Ilorstman Friday.
Lloyd Knisely and wife spent Friday
with the formers parents.
Mrs. Geo. Peck spent last week with
her son Lloyd and family.
Myrtle Yocum of Falls City visited
with her sister one day recently.
H. J Prichard and wife were guests
of Sam Kimmel and wife Saturday.
Mrs. Earl shalTer and daughter
spent Tuesday with Mrs. N. Peck.
Mrs. H. A. Burk and son were
guests of Mrs. N. Pock Wednesday.
Mrs. Bartlett and son spent Sunday
in Falls City with Mrs. Chas. Stump.
Wm. Huettner and family spent
Sunday with John Nolte and family.
Sadie Peck and Belva Smith of near
Morrill visited with Mrs. N. Peck Sun
Jim Coon and wife of near Verdon
spent Wednesday with Guy Prine and
Guy Priue and wife spent the first
of the week week with the formers
Mrs. N, Peck and children visited
Mrs. Cleon Peek and Mrs. F, S. Lichty
Mrs. Christ Zorn visited with her
daughter Mrs. Wm. Huettner a part of
Dr. Green and family o( Falls City
spent Sunday evening with E, D. Snuf
fer and family.
Mrs. Delos Splekler and Lucy Smith
were guests of Mrs. Guy Lichty one
day last week.
Mrs. L. P. Wirth and Mrs. W. K
Knight of Falls City spent last Friday
with Mrs. Eph Peek,
Mrs. Geo. Prichard and family and
Mrs. O. A. Guinn spent a part of last
week with Stella friends.
Mrs. Iledford and children of near
Peru came Tuesday for a visit with
her daughter Mrs. Lloyd Knisely.
Chester Stump and family went to
Hastings Thursday to attend a meeting
of the Seven Day Adventist in session
Frank Shields and daughters
Ethel and Frankie went up to the
state fair at Lincoln Thursday.
NICE CATTLE ON rVJARKFT
Mr. Harbaugh Will Remain in Cattle
D. M. Harbaugh of Dawson
had three car loads ot toppy
steers on the St. Joe market
Monday. He says lie will still
remain ill the cattle feeding
business next winter, despite the
fact that coru will be a little
high. He has 250 steers on hand
which he will soon put on feed.
He has on his ranch about 600
hogs and is well ilxed all around.
Recently Mr. Harbaugh bought
of his neighbors about 5,000
bushel of corn at 60c per bushel,
“I was greatly surprised when
I commenced to look about for
some corn for immediate use,’’
said Mr. Harbaugh. “I sup
posed there was very little corn
left in the country, but to my
gredt surprise I found that thous
ands of bushels of corn are lay
ing around in the hands ol the
farmers. When the new corn
comes in a great deal of it will
be held for higher prices and in
that way we may see corn sell
ing cheaper next spring than
Carmichael Causes Disturbance
On Monday evening Mrs. Koeh
ler was disturbed at her home
in the southwest part of this
city by a man trying to enter
her house. She called her neigh
bor, John Wiltse, who sent for
the police and when Officer Cam
blin arrived he found Joe Car
michael to be the man who was
causing the disturbance. He
was intoxicated at the time and
was arrested and on Tuesday
morning was fined $9.80in police
Did You Get a Dollar 3i!l
The Corn Flake girl, a lady
dressed in red, white and blue,
representing the “E. C. Corn
Flake Co.” canvassed the city
during the week. She visited
one house in each block, in
quired as to whether they used
the above named breakfast food
and if she found a package in
the house she had them sign a
receipt and then presented them
with a one dollar bill. Were
you the lucky one in your block.
Killed by Lightning.
John Richardson, a former
Richardson county' man, was
struck by lightning at his home
at Long Island, Kans., almost a
week ago, and it was at that
time thought he would recover,
but grew worse and died Wed
nesday morning. He was a son
in-law of Stephen Prior of this
city. Mrs. Prior left Tuesday
for that place.
Tuesday while Mrs. Hayden
Bowers of near Verdon was can
ning fruit a can tilled with hot
fruit exploded and in some man
ner she overturned the can of
sealing wax and the hot wax
poured out over her arm. The
doctor was called and dressed
her arm. She is resting nicely
but has a badly burned arm.
The best peaches we have seen
this year wrere brought to this of
fice during the past week by Sam
Bayne and Sam Marts. It is hard
rtg decide which were the finest,
both being perfect as to size and
Six hives of bees, one good
milk cow, several Rhode Island
Red cockrels and some furniture.
Must be sold by Sept. 15. One
fourth mile east of stand pipe.
Continued from First patrc.
shape and everything was in
readiness for the teachers and
pupils. Each day during the
week a few more names were
added to their number. The
teachers for this year are Miss
Beck, of Edgar, Prin.; Miss
Kliraa, of Dawson, 7th grade!
Miss Putnam, (3th; Laura Nay
lor, 5th; UnaSnidow, 4th; Edna
Brown, 3rd; Myrtle Bowers,
2nd; Grace Saylor, 1st; Miss
McDonald, kindergarten, with
Nellie Jennings for her assist
School opened at the Harlan
school with (53 little ones pres
ent. Miss Myrtle Pittock has
charge of the second and third
grades and Miss Susan Gelding
the first grade and kindergarten
with Ruth McMillan as her as
Prof. J. Carl Leister on Mon
day opened school at the Busi
ness College with a good enroll
ment. His pupils have started
with the right spirit and we are
sure with a leader with the abil
ity that Prof. Leister possesses
they are sure to accomplish
much during the school year.
He is making penmanship one
of the strong features of his
school and surely a good hand
writing should be the pride of
every young person.
He will begin Jiis night school
in about two weeks and at pres
ent the outlook is ver}' promis
When fall work on the farm is
over the attendance will be ma
terially increased. At this school
pupils may enter at any time, a
fact that is greatly appreciated
by young people who are too
busy on the farm to enter at the
opening of school.
Mrs. Ed Jones and children re
turned Tuesday from Grand
Island where they visited rela
Mrs. E. K. Kentner returned
to this city from Kansas City
this week and will probably locate
in our midst.
Mable Greenwald went to La
Mars, Iowa this week. She is
employed as teacher in the public
Milo Shields sold out his in
terest in the cafe to his brother
George and this week took his
racehorse ‘‘Bob Kirk” and left
for Sabetha to attend the races.
Claud Linn, N. C. Campbell, C.
K. Cooper, Lon Slama, Art Wil
son. Wid Powers, Henry McCon
nell. Wash Graves and Albert
Hunzeker from Humboldt saw
the ball game Wednesday.
On Sept. 15 the members of
the Horse Thief Protective Asso
ciation will meet at the park at
1:30 and ride in the parade on
German day- There are more
than two hundred members in
Mrs. Anna B. Vogeline and
daughters, Alice and Lily left
last Monday for Naperville, 111.,
where the}' will make their home.
The two young ladies will attend
North jWestern college during
the coming year.
Mrs. Schuler Dead
Thursday morning Mrs. Lewis
Schuler died at her home north
east of town. At the time of
going to press funeral arrange
ments have not been made.
Andrew J. Crook, Salem.38
Ada Corn, Salem.21
Frank R. Steinhauser, Auburn. . ,.23
Sadie L. Plegge, Auburn.18
James Maker, Craig.26
Dolly Golden, Craig .18
WILL. INTEREST MANY
Every person should know that good
! health is impossible If the kidneys are
deranged. Foley’s Kidney Remedy
will cure kidney and bladder disease in
every form, and will build up and
strengthen these organs so they will
perform their functions properly. No
danger of Bright’s disease or diabetes
if Foley’s Kidney Remedy is taken in
time. Kerr’s pharmacy.
wish to notify the
public that it vvas
their intention to go
out of business last
season, but having
been disappointed in
their buyer they will
continue their busi
ness this season.
Reduction of Prices
will prevail until all
goods are sold.
Come in and see
us—you’ll not regret
Report of The Condition
Farmers State Bank
Of Preston, Nebraska
Charter Number 708, incorporated in the
State of Nebraska, at the close of business
August fO, 1908,
Loans and discounts. $ 31,144.17
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured_ 73.77
Hanking house furniture and fixtures 650.00
Current expertises and taxes paid. 699.18
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.17.403.92
Total cash on hand. 31,439,24
Capital stock paid in.$13,000.00
Surplus fund. ■ 1,500.00
Undivided profits. 1.540.60
Itidividuaf deposits subject to
Time certificates of deposit—17,134.31 40.959.76
Total . $57,000.36
STATE OF NEBRASKA, )
County of Richardson. t
I. Clyde Thacker, cashier, of the above
named hank, do hereby swear that the above
statement is a correct and true copy of the re
port made to the State Ranking Board.
Clyde Thacker. Cashier
H. C. Zoeller, Director.
W. Margrave, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28tb
day of Aug. 1908.
L. D. McCumber, Justice Peace.
In the Matter of the Application |
of Civile Thacker, Guardian to -
Sell Real Estate I
Now, on this 31st day of August, lhos, the pe
tition of Clyde Thacker, guardian of Frank P.
Davis, a minor and Harry Davis, a minor, for
permission to sell the interest of said minors in
the West half of the Northeast quarter of Sec
tion 33, Township 1, Range IT. in Richardson
County, Nebraska, for the reason that it would
be for the benefit of his wards that their interest
in such real estate should lie sold anil the pro
ceeds thereof put out at interest, and. it appear
ing to the court from such petition that it would
be beneficial to Said wards that such real estate
should lie sold, it is hereby ordered that the
next of kin of said wards and ail persons inter
ested ill tile estate, be and appear before the
district court of Richardson County, Nebraska,
oil Tuesday, the 22nd day of September, 1'tOk, to
show cause why a license should not be granted
the petitioner for the sale of such estate.
It is farther ordered that a copy of this order
shall tie published for three successive weeks In
the Falls City Tribune, a newspaper of general
circulation in Richardson County, Nebraska.
John 13. Rapf.k. Judge.
Reavis A: Reavis,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
First publication Sept. 4. 3t
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