The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, October 16, 1908, Image 6

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    CVetting a fine
J w a t c h is not
necessarily a matter of
money, but of know
ing watch facts.
A Howard watch—the only
American watch that is always
made, finished, and adjusted as a
fine watch — can he had from
$35.00 to $150.00.
Every Howard is adjusted in
its cast, and price-ticketed at the
factory—and the price is never cut.
We are distributors for this dis
tinctive watch.
; North Window of Kerr s Pharmacy
f 1
If you want the best for
your money in Tablets,
Pencils, Inks or any
thing in School Supplies
A larger assortment than
ever before.
We solicit a share of
of your business.
Falls City, Nebraska
Hides and Purs
Hi^lies', market jir oes 1st
liouse s 'Utli I’eter l'reder
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Phone 3U‘> B
is safely placed in the materi
al. the styles, distinctiveness
of any suggestion we make
regarding our lines. We enjoy
going into details of the mak
ing and materials, pointing out
the elements of strength, or
weaknesses, as the case may
be—of showing you why every
article should be scrupulously
examined to meet certain
wear conditions. You get the
benefit of our technical know
ledge and also of our clean
out up-to-date business
To quickly check a cold, druggists
are dispensing everywhere, a clever
CaDdy Cold Cure Tablet called Preven
tics at the sneeze stage, to head off all
oolds. Box of 48—25c. Sold bv all
The County in General
Crawilinl off tin* regular C’orr<'^|K»n<l**nrw I’agf*.
John Cnvorzagie wa- :ii St Joe last
Mr- Hopkins was in St. Joe last
Mrs. Gilbert was in Kail-'City Sat
.1. A. Hinkle U a busine--1 visitor in
St. Joe.
Ilev. Maze made a business trip to
St. Joe.
Ruth Kanaly was a Fall# City visitor
Mrs. H. A. Scott wa-on tic - ok ii-t
last week.
John Ryan returned from Prc-totB
last week.
Sum Goolsby was over irom Mo.
Chas. Scott wus over from Kansas
I’hll Horan visited, relative# in
the country.
Tom MoA'kor was numbered among
our sick ones.
Will Calkins spent. Sunday with bis
family in Kulo.
Dad Lunda of rorti cm* ."sited in
Rulo hist week.
tieo. Adams of Napier was a Uulo
visitor recently.
Mrs Win. Prater is visiting tier par
ents at Helview.
At Sherman of Table Rock was
in town Friday.
Chas. Cook of Kansas \vi~ a Rulo
visitor recently.
Russell Rnrlee and wife visited l.uio
friends last week.
Dr. Henderson was a Kan-iis City
visitor last week.
Robert Paul and wife visited lu Rulo
one day last week.
Chess Oc.itnb and wifi' were in Kan
s is City last week.
Roy Williams has been visiting rel
atives in Fortescue.
Oscar f.pese spent Sunday with his
mother at Fortescue. Bentley moved from the Huss
house to Skunkridge.
Steve Cunningham made a business
trip to St. .Too last week.
Leonard Simon, wife and baby visit
ed his parents last week.
Henry Schmitt, who has been quite
sick is slowly improving.
Isham Briant of Mo. was transacting
business in Bulo Saturday.
.John Mann of White Cloud spent
several days here last week.
Mr. Sweirifurth and wife returned
iast week from CiolT. Kansas.
John llopkins accompanied his
father to Atchison last week.
Mattie Hays visited with home folks
on the Reservation last, week.
Mrs Hinkle and daughter Mildred
spent part of last week in St Joe.
John and Robert Dunn of Cunning
ham ranch were iu Rulo Saturday.
Uncle Nick Merril and wife of Craig
spent last week with relatives here.
FreJ Majerus and family visited in
Km sis City and Leavenworth last
Dude Anderson and daughter Pearl
visited his mother on the Reservation
A house boat passed down the river
Monday, journeying from Omaha to
St,. Louis.
The fuuidulion for John Mooney’s
house is 'Hid and the frame work rapid
y going up.
IVter D irveau and wife are rejoit -
mg over the hi rival of a baby boy at
their home. No-1* of Burlington Junction
Iowa was transacting business here one
dav last week.
Mrs. Heast and little Lydia Calkens
returned Monday from a visit with
Teeumseb relatives.
John Harrison and family left Sun
day for Sheridan, Neb., where they
will prove up un a claim.
Winnie Watts returned last week
from Wyoming. After a short visit
with relatives here, went to Watson.
Several Rule ladles spent Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Morehous with
Mrs. Paul before she leaves for her
new home in Texas.
Olney Graham, Ma/.ine Jondrow,
Phil Horan and Jim Cronin left Satur
day for O'Neill to register. Mr. Gra
ham will visit his son Curtis at John
son. Neb., on his homeward trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Best returned Thurs
day to their homo in Blue Springs.
Mrs. Best lias been at the home of her
parents, E. O. Martin and wife, very
low with the typhoid ftyer for the past
seven weeks.
The republicans of Rulo township,
held a meeting in toe city hall Satur
day night and nominated the following
township officers: justice of the peace,
Homer Kirk: clerk, D. B. Ratakin;
treasurer, A. J. Hart: road overseer,
Hannibal Harrison.
Foley’s Honey and Tar cures colds
coughs quickly, strengthens the lungs
and expels colds. Get the genuine in
a yellow package.
.1. E. Stephenson is down from Oma
Velma Whittington i- <|uite ill at
this writing.
Eollie Mitchell «>f Si .loe - visiting
relatives here.
W. P. Leslie was over from Shnhert
one day last week.
Otis Splekler made a trip to Kansas
in the auto this week.
Miss Crouch of Verdun visit**.! with
the Franklins this week.
Mi«s Effle Spieklerof Shnhert visited
friend* here the past week
Y, P. S O. E. at the Big Bethel
church next Sunday evening.
Ies«e r>nnn took a load of produce to
town Saturday for it. J. Only*.
Mrs. Henry Wagner is -pending the
week with relatives in Falls City.
Frank Mort-L and family of Eiden,
Iowa. ar“ visiting relatives here
Ed Lawrence and wife of Craig, Mo,
visited last wei I* with fr iends here.
The reading circle meets weekly and
splendid interest, is h< ing manifested.
R. N. Williamson and wife and Earl
and Jesse Cox spent, Sunday near the
Al Kelly at.i) Otis Spichler with
their Indie- made a trip to Shubert
II. II. Dunn and Dr. Van Osdel re
turned Sunday from O'Net! where they
registered for land.
The Willing Worker- entertained
the Mine Ribbon society with a very
pleasing program on Frida.v.
Jacob Peters accompanied A. A.
Hendricks of Auburn to O'Neil to
make a land entry Monday.
.1. T. Sailors met with a -evere acci
dent Monday. While leading a hpef
the animal pulled him about burning
his hands witli the rope and caused
him to strike his head against, a tree
rendering him unconscious. He soon
recovered but cannot use his hands.
On Thursday, Oct. ft, W C. Yager of
St Joe and Mata Kuker of this place
were married at Falls City. On Situr
day evening a dance was given at the
home of the bride in their honor to
which a host of friends were invited.
A delightful evening was spent and all
join in extending them best wishes for
future happiness.
Sunday, Oct. 11, being Miss Lottie
Dunn’s loth birthday she entertained
in a novel way. A party of her girl
friends were taken by Miss Lottie for a
pleasant ride to the Indian cave. After
rambling for a couple of hours about
the wilds they started homeward. A
very charming afternoon was speut,
and all vote this party the finest ever.
Last Sunday evening about filty of
the friends of Miss Augusta Horn gath
ered at her home. Miss Horn was
completely surprised but soon rtcov
ered and entertained the guests in her
usual charming manner Much excel
lent music was rendered by several of
those present. A splendid time is re
ported. Nice refreshments were ser
vi d
Surprise parties seem to be the order
of thi' day, and when Mrs. Nellie
Peters birthday rolled around her
many friends were prepared to cele
brate it right royally. About fifty
guests gathered a*. W. P. Butler's and
tnen proceeded to her home. The sur
prise was perfect, Mrs. Peters having
retired for the night, but she soon
joined the party and a delightful even
ing was passed. The beautiful moon
light was too strong to lie res’sled and
the center of tile evening's amusement
was the outdoor games indulged in.
All to quickly the time had come to
say goodnight, und after dainty re
freshments were served, the guests de
parted iii-hing Mrs. Peters many’
happy returns of the day'
J. W. Dodds is building a new cellar.
Joseph Goldstein of Dawson visited
at the home of J. W. Dodds, Sunday.
The mule belonging to Mr Harding,
which was cut on the disc a couple of
weeks ago, died.
The school children of district 11 are
very thankful some repairs which were
very much needed on the school
Howard Snoke sold his stock and
machinery at public sale Wednesday.
He will leave in the spring and make
his home near Iola, Kansas.
A box social was given last Saturday
evening at the school house in district
90 for the purpose of raising funds to
secure pictures and books. They got
a little over $10.
Mr McIntosh and family of Table
Hock were in this vicinity Saturday
looking for a place to locate. We
shall be glad to welcome so highly a
respected family.
Frank Snow, who has been road
supervisor of this township, has moved
to Humboldt where he will take charge
of the dray line. We are sorry to
have them leave here.
A pain perscription is printed upon
each 25 c, box of Dr. Shoop’t Pink
Pain Tablets. Ask your doctor or
druggist if this formula is not com
plete. Head pairs, womanly pains,
anywhere tret instant relief from a
Pink Paiti Tablet. Sold by all dealers.
From Our Regular Kansas City
Stock Yards Correspondent
Kansas City Stock yards,Oct. 12
l'.H)H—Cal tie receipts last week
here amounted to 07,50<> head, in
cluding 14,000 calves. This was
the greatesr number of cattle ever
received here in a single week,
and also established a new record
on number of cattle and calves
combined received for one week.
The market declided 10 to 20e
early in the week, but held steady
after Tuesday, good grades of
westerns showing some strength
the last of the week. Stockers
and feeders sold steady at 25 els
lower according to quality, trade
greatest of the season in country
grades, purchases by country buy
ers ltiUO car loads for the week.
Receipts toc'ay are 28,< 00 head, a
liberal run, but 10,000 head less
than receipts n week ago. Good
runs are expected the balance of
the week, attracted by tbe cattle
show which opens here today.
The market here is strong to ten
cents higher. Some choice steers
from the Harbuugh feed lots in
Nebraska, received a bid of $8.00
early today, highest price this
fall. Packers continue their lib
eral buying, and take a portion of
tue steers classed as feeders. The
grass killing westerns bring $3.<50
to $5.2o; grass cows $2.75 to $3.75
calves $3.50 to $7.00; feeders $3.50
to $4.80.
Hog receipts last week were
1)1,000 head here, as compared
with 43,000 same week a year ago,
which big increase in receipts, iu
connection with the increase of
HO per cent in receipts of hogs in
September, furnishes ample
grounds for the steady decline iu
prices, commou at all markets.
The market closed last week with
a net loss of 50 cents for the week,
and prices are 5 to 15 lower today,
run 13,000 head. Top today $0.30
Sheep and lambs weakened after
Tuesday, and closed 10 to 15 cents
lower thau best time. The run
was55,000 head last week, supply
today 12,000 head, and good runs
nre expected fm i few weeks yet.
when receipts om Utah will
drop off. The market is steady
today on lambs a: $5 to $5.90 for
killers; sheep, m ! yearlings strong
yearlings $ I $4.50; ewes $8. SO
to SI.l'i; in. .i <j ewes $8.75 to
$4.50. -f. A. RkKART,
L. S. Correspondent.
Real Estata Transfers
Giortfe K. 4»i*i ■ therine E. Ailer to
Fannie (i. Tim >■ 11, wd, to It 4, blk 8,
Stella ... $450
Mary and do-oi (Haze to Lester M.
Anderson, wo, i. west 125 feet lot 2.
block 5, llulo .$25
E. W. [!n-i r an I wife to L L. Kin
sey, wd. to on,- i. >t off north side of
lots 5, ti ami 7. o.k 25, Dawson... .$3500
Thus. A. Frank to Peter Frederick,
sr., lots 1, 2 .'! and 4, block 40, Falls
i City ..$1400
John Hus- t.u John Mulvany, wd, to
blk 50, Rulo.$.110
Ross L. kiniiin to Elvira Banks
Curtis, wd, in lots 4 and o, blk 19, Shu
Elvira Banks l urtis and husband to
Ross L uml E; > t Klnton, wd, to 80
; acres in section 5-3-16.$4800
E. and Jennie Sewell to Harry Fear
ing, wd to lot 4, blk 11,-Verdon.$1
James Hooper and wife to Elmer E.
James, wd, lo 161) acres in section 23-3
14. SI2000
Mary and David Smith to Merrick
Harding, wd, to part of lot 1. block 11.
Heirs of Robt. Wilson to Benj.
Morgan and Jacob Schaible, wd, to
strip of land fur road in section 16 1-16
John Morehead and wife to Benj.
Cummings, wd. to lots 17, 18, 19 and 20
blk 198 Falls City.$200
W V Meluney to Dr. Lydia Van
Deusen wd to lots 9, 10, 11, 12, block
219, Falls City.$175
Elizabeth Ewing and husband to S.
H. Harvey lots 3 and 4, block 165,Falls
City .$137.50
M. J. and Mary F. LeBlanc to T. H.
Marsh wd to lot 3 block 34Rulo....$l
Robert Williamson and wife to John
Rumbatigh wd to lots 13, 14, 15, block
3 Barada.$400
Charles Rawlings ana wife to Lewis
Berry wd to 76 acres in section 21-3-17
John aud Nellie Anderson to Cora
Meredith wd to lots 37 and 48 blk 120
Salem . $850
Peter Frederick, sr, and wife to A.E
Stumbo wd to lots 3 and 4 blk 94 Falls
E. E. and Sarah James to A. E.
Twist wd to 2(1 acres in section 27-2-15
. .$2500
F E. and Patriea Howell to Joseph
Poutra and W B. Howell wd to north
half lot 4 and all lot 5 block 24 Dawson
.. ...... . .. ..... ,. $»o00
Genevieve Corner and husband to
city of Falls City wd to lot 21 block 4
VV. H. Crook and wife to Ben Cum
mings wd to iols 21, 22, 23, 24, block
198 Falls City . $500
Mary and David Smith to Merrick
Harding wd to part of lot 1 block 11
Tinker & King's ad to Humboldt $1000
Emma and George Segrist lo Susan
nah Segrist wd to s hf ~\v qr section 27
and the n hf of n\v qr section 34 all in
town 3, range 13 .$1
Lady Barber—Now, young man, will
you marry me or not?
“Does your wife understand how
to train a cook so that she will be
worth keeping?” asked the gloomy
“My wife,” replied the cheerful
pessimist, “knows enough to let a
cook have her own way so that she
will think we are worth staying
“He failed in literature, didn’t
“Sure did.”
“What’s he doing for a living
“Ttunning a literary bureau!”—•
Atlanta Constitution.
The Prudent
in buying new apparel looks for two things
Women are finding these two qualities in
bountiful measure in our New Fall Line of
Women’s Tailored
Suits, Coats and Skirts
Our buyer secured an extraordinary good
price on this Fall’s purchase of Women’s
and Children’s Ready-to-Wear Goods—
Less than 75c on the Doliar
and we are now offering this new, nobby
line at what most merchants had to pay.
We will appreciate a visit whether you
buy or not.
Falls City, Nebraska