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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1908)
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
240 acres well improved, 14- 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,'2 miles from depot, Richardson county, Nebraska. Good buildings and laud Will
take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
160 acres upland, 1 mile from depot, Richardson county. Nebraska. 512,000.
160 acres Johnson county. Nebraska 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownville, Nebraska.
80 acres '4-mile from Falls City high school,
640 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 040 acres adjoining. Will take 100acres a- part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Moncv to loan
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Driends
Conrad tierdes wa- in ti e city hat
Anthony JSuehi.oD was a county scat
visitor Sat urday.
Hattie Lilly visited Saturday at i i r
home near Verdun.
J. K, Splekler and son < Hi- w< re In
Kalis City Saturday
Mrs. Sam Kdgar wa- up from Kali
City the first of the week.
Mrs. Hattie Bronson of Verdun vis
ited schools here last, week.
During the absence of the postmaster
R. H. Dunn Is serving the public
Herman Kelly Im- returned to Data
da after an ahsenci of several week
Henry Paechen and family spent
Sunday with Mr. Parehert’s mother
Leon Vas»ar is carrying his arm in
a sling, the result of a kicking horse
T. C. Hop, wife and sor. Orrie are in
Barada while a couple of rooms is be
ing added to his house.
John Zachary returned to IBs home
at Centralia. Kunsas, after 11 plea-ant
visit with relatives here.
The Willing Workers and Blue Rib
bon society on Friday decided to pre
pare .1 program to be given Thanks
J. A. Martin was called to l’aonia,
Colorado last week bv the serious 111
ness of his mother. Since his depart
ure word comes that the crisis is past
and it is thought she will recover.
F.thel Dunn wa- surprised on Mon
dav, November 0 it being her fourteen
th birthday. A large number were
present and nice refreshments Were
served. She received a number of
Mrs. M. Kineman of Tacoma. Wash
visited la-t week with Neil Plersol and
family. When she left she took with
hor, her two grand children, Gladys
and Frankie Plersol who will make
their home with her.
If You AreiOver Fifty Read This
Most people past middle age. suffer
from kidney and bladder disorder
which Foley's Kidney remedy would
cure, Stop the drain on the vitality
and restore needed strengtn and vigor.
Commence taking Foley’s Kidney
Remedy today. Kerr’s Pharmacy.
Mrs Richly is enjoying a visit from
Alice Goolsby visited the Missis
Mrs. GuytPrine visited with her pi
rents last week.
Clarence Peek visited with the Kl
shtre boys Sunday.
Guy Liehty and wife spent Sunday
at Chesti r Stumps.
Prances Smith and family spent
Sunday at Verdun with a sister.
George Prichard and family were
guests of friends in Falls City Sunday.
Mrs. A. D. Hurabarger and son left
their borne In Guthrie, Ok, last week.
Wm. Huettner and family visited
with H. Shrieber and family Sunday
Annie Burkholder is at Mr. Butler’s
near Barada doing tewing this week.
H. Guilliams and wife enjoyed a
visit from a sister of the former of
Craig, Mo, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cook of the county
home spent a few days witli their sou
at Verdon last week.
Grandma Allison went to Falls City
Wednesday to visit her daughter and
sister for a lew days.
Mrs. O. A, Guinn left Wednesday to
visit her father in Oklahoma and from
there -lie will go to her home in St
A clergeman writes, " Preventing,
those little Candy Cold Cure Tablets
are working wonders in my parish.”
Preventics surely will check a cold or
the Grippe, in a very few hours, and
preventatives are so safe and harmless
No quinine, nothing harsh nor sicken
ing. Fine for feverish restless child
ren. Box of 4* an 25c. Sold by all
Head the plain formula on a box of
Pink Pain Tablets. Then ask your
doctor if there is a better one. Pain
means congestion blood pressure
somewhere. Dr. Shoops Pink Pain
Tablets check head pains, womanly
pains, pains anywhere. Try one, anil
see. 20 for 25 cents. Sold by all
i<iH Pierce visited Falls City one day
Mrs Mari Taylor spent last week in
Crumitna Boenner spent last week in
Muse Frederie was a Falls City visi
Will Craves is shucking corn on the
Mary Blair of Highland is visiting
J. A. Osborn was a St. Joe visitor
last Sat unlay.
Maggie Bowker was a Falls City
visitor rt ee.ntly.
August Johnson arrived from Platts
darnel Wilson of Pri ston was a llulo
visitor last week.
Mrs. Knoch /.tdgler was ,i Falls City
Fred Brown of Fails City was a visi
tor here recently.
Chuti. Cavei y.agle and wife spent
Sunday in Arago.
Nellie Coupe spent Sunday at her
home in Falls City.
Albert Anderson was down from
VVymore lust week.
Herman Kloepfel and family visited
in Falls City last week.
Marie McCarty of Falls City visited
relatives here la-t week.
Ci ace Cronin of Falls City -pent
Sunday with horn • folks.
Marion Jarrott of St Joe is visiting
relatives In Nulo this week.
Mol lie Winterbotto® visited rela
tives in Falls City last week.
Dave Anderson and daughter Bessie
drove to Besorve last week.
Mrs Win. Johnson visited friends in
Kansas a few Ua\s last week.
.1. A. Hinkle and family visited with
her father near Fortosoue Sunday.
Mamie and C rtriide Kanaly went to
st. Joe Saturday on shopping tour.
Charlie Seott and family of Kansas
speut Saturday witli relatives here.
Agnes Schrader came down from
Preston Friday evening for a short
Cus Johnson went to his home in
Nebraska City for a short stay last
The two little sons of John Tangney
spent Sunday with their nnele James
Mrs. I). Van entertained tlie ladies
Aid society Friday, with an all day
Prof. Yogaline and Miss Kermen at
tended the teachers association at Lin
coln last week.
uenry oenniiai ten irom a lauuer
last Th arsday breaking one of his
Fred Brown and family were the
guests of Frank Robinson and wife the
first of the week.
Mrs. Frank Kobinsou, Mrs. Vanval
kiubury and Pauline Kirk were in
Fallc City Friday.
liulo was almost depopulated Friday:
everybody attending the sale of prop
erty in P'alls City.
Norm Kermode and family have
moved into Henry Scotts house in the
north part of town.
Mrs. Geo. Crocker and two children
visited with Mrs. Will Cunningham
the first of the week.
Mrs. Susan Holes returned from
Brock last week where she had been
visiting her daughter.
Mrs. Ben l’oteet jr., and two child
ren of Falls City visited the first of the
week with Mrs. Susan Boles.
Charlie Marcum shipped his house
holu goods to Ridgeway, Mo, last week
where they will make their future
Mamie and Ruth Kanaly attended
the entertainment given by the Knight
of Columbus at Falls City Wednesday
Word has been reeeiyed by relatives
from Mrs. Kern at Kansas City which
states her brother. Will Shelhorn is
Lena Hallett, second primary teach
er, who has been quite sick was able to
go to Salem Saturday where she was
met by her sister who accompanied her
home to Peru, where she will remain
UDtil she lias recovered her health.
Maude West is visiting her broth'-r j
Harry Saylors of it .trad a w*» a t -i
tor here Saturday.
Mrs. Harmon is enjoying a vi-;t from
her -on of Nemaha.
A. M Sbubert. was u business v • or
in Kansas City last week
Theodor-' Hill of Omaha spent -un
day with home folks here
Melvin Crews and family visited
relatives at Auaurn Sundae.
Mrs. Dedrieh of Verdun wa- the
guest of friends here Thursday.
Miss V evu Bergsma came down from
I 'em Friday, returning Monday.
J. C. Shulenberg and wife -p■■nt
Sunday in the country with relatives.
Antony Hge returned this week from
a two months staj in Holt County, Ne
Mrs, Oatbout whs called to St. Joe
last week by the serious illn-s., of her
J. A. Mai tin was called to Faonia.
Colorado. Wednesday by the -erioits
i 11 ness of his mother
Mr. Birdsley and wife of Falls City
came out Thursday to spend a few
weeks with their son and family.
Mrs. Henry Fisbburn accompanied
by her mother Mrs. Wheeler were the
guests of friends ut Salem last week.
Leona Martin ami Yeva Bergsma
were among the young people here
who enjoyed themselves at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Weieks Saturday
The dance which was given at the
home ol Mr. and Mrs. Weick last Sat
uritay evening in honor of their daugh
ters birthday was well attended and
all report a splendid time. Refresh
ments were served.
Miss Pearl Sbubert entertained tie
Christian church choir at her home
last Saturday evening the guest of
honor being Miss Seamonds of War
renshurg. Mo. M — Pearl is an ele
gant entertainer and all agreed that
they enjoyed the evening splendidly.
The people of Sbubert are sorry over
the accident which happened last Sat
urday, of which i»tto Spiekler. whoa
short time ago crippled Henry Wood
ring of Barada and who was supposed
to have been tit cause of the runaway
which caused Mrs Millers death, of
which all members of the family have
Several thousand dollars of
private funds to loan on good
farm security. Want to place it
out at once. IIkxkyC. Smith
Notice of Referees' Sale of Real
Notice is hereby given that hy virtue of a
judgment in partition entered on the 5th da.v
of November 1906, In an action pending in the
district court of Richardson County, Nebraska,
in which Myrtle Schaible Mulligan is plaintiff
and Carrie Scliaible, widow of John Schaible,
Jr., deceased. Laura Schaible, Roy Scliaible*
lid ward Scliaible, Ltna Schaible and William
Mulligan are defendants, and in pursuance of
an order directing the sale of the premises
entered in said cause November 9, and in
pursuance to an order of sale issued out of said
court in said cause, we, the undersigned refer
ees in partition in said action, will offer for sale
at public auction and sell to the highest bidder
for ca-h on the 14th day of December, 1908, sale
commeiicingat one ID o’clock p. m., at the West
front door of the court house in Falls City in
said county, the following described real estate
to-wit: The south half l1! of the north east
quarter ID of section thirty 130! in township (1)
one north range sixteen^ltLiu Richardson Coun
ty. Nebraska. The purchaser takes the real
estate free of widow’s dower.
Dated November 10th,
Rkavis a Reavis, A. R. Scott,
Attorneys for Plaintiff J. R. Wilhite,
II. I. Rkavis,
First publication November 13. 5 times.
COUNTY TREASURERS CKKTIK1CATK OF TAX SALK
The State of N« braska •
Richardson County ' ‘
I. J. S. Lord, Treasurer of the county of
Richardson, m the State of V braska, do here
by certify that the following deicribed real
estate in said County and State tow it: Lot No.
five 15) in block No. sixty—seven I 971 situated in
the village of Rulo proper, was on the JMli da>
of February. UH'7, duly sold by me in the man
ner provided by law, at private sale at the
County Treasurer's office, in the court house in
said county, the same hoving been offered at
public sale, and not sold for want of bidders,
for the delinquent taxes thereon for the year of
lUoO, amounting to eighty-six cents, including
interest and penalty thereon and costs allowed
by law to 11. L. Kloepfel for the sum one
dollar and thirty-six cents. And 1 further cer
tify that unless redemption is made cf said real
estate in the manner provided by law the said
11. L. Kloepfel or.bis assigns, will be entitled
to a deed therefor, on and after the 1st day of
March, A. I). ltWU on surrender of tlii-> certifi
In witness whereof, l have hereunto set my
hand and seal this 28th day of February A. I>.
1U07. J. S. Lord, Treasurer
N. A. Nbitzel, Richardson County,
Deputy [seal] Nebraska
First publication November 9, 3 times
THE LOCAL LORE
Cru\vtlt*d off tlit* regular Local Page.
Mrs. Will Sears is reported on
the sick list this week.
Our justice of the peace this
week raised the price of butter to
Sn for a six-pound roll.
Mrs. R. 1*. Thomas returned
yesterday from a two weeks stay
in Cheyenne Wells. Colo.
George llansell of Salem made
the Tribune office a pleasant call
while in the city Monday.
Will Burnett and wife of Chi
cago, spent Tuesday in this city
guests of Mrs. D. W. Reid.
Falls City has a bashful youth
who they have dubbed the “silent
wonder." Ask Tom Glines.
The cry of the chimney sweep
is about the only thing out of the
ordinary which has happened this
Supt. T. J. ()liver spent a por
tion of the week looking after
school interests in Franklin pre
Mrs. Sam Marts left this week
for Goodland, Kan., where she
will spend a couple of weeks with
James McDowell and wife have
returned from Tecumseh, where
they had spent several days visit
ing with their son.
Remember the place a pretty
comfortable auditorium at the
Baptist church, conveniently ar
ranged for such an entertain
The "Devil' will be with us
next Wednesday evening He
will hold forth at the Gehling
where no doubt many will greet
his satanic majesty.
F'or good home cooking visit
Morstnan's drug store Saturday
afternoon, where the ladies of
the Fuiscopal church will have
for sale many good things to
tempt your appetite.
Mrs. (Jus Summers, a former
resident of this city is here a
guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Vet Simanton. This is her
first visit in this citv for about
twenty years. She has been
visiting with tier son, Charley, in
Omaha, and is now enroute to
St- Joe to visit her daughter.
P. (). Averv, George Kenney,
C- B. Gridley, Oscar Leech, J. ().
Shroyer and wife, Mrs. C. O.
Avery, Mrs. George Dennis, Miss
Nellie Gridley, Miss Abbie Leech,
Otto Porr, ()• E. Zook, Rev.Can
trail, Mrs. Culbertson, are among
the many visitors in the city at
tending the Sunday school con
Henry C Smith was in Tecum
seh Wednesday and while there a
representative of a so-called re
publican paper of Lincoln solicit
ed him to subscribe. What Henry
said to him made a crowd of re
oublicans set up a cheer. The
Lincoln papers are in bad with
the people who resent Nebraska’s
present position with the solid
Much amusement was furnish
ed on Saturday afternoon, when !
Karl Brakes was called upon to
wheel Lew Beasley arround the
court house square in payment of
an election bet made early in the
campaign. The trip was made
atnid the beating of drums and
the shouting of the crowd, and
ten to one both participants
were glad when it was over.
Martin Gehling leaves Friday
night for Chicago, where he will
attend the Wahl-Henins institute
for the purpose of taking a spec
ial course in brewing. Martin is
always anxious to give his pat
rons the best in his line and
never fails to avail himself of
every opportunity to become
more proficient in every branch
of his work. He will be absent
about two weeks.
BAPTIST BENEFIT RECITAL
A Program of Rare Merit for Our
This entertainment does not
on v promise a musical treat, but
the object t'or which it is given is
-o worthy a one, that all intelli
gent people, who have the religi
ous, moral,and musical interest of
the town at heart, should encour
age it by their presence Nov. 20 at
the Baptist church. The motive
prompting thits benefit is a pure
unalloyed desire to benefit The
talent is of the best and right here
we are pleased to note the fact
that there is more talent in re
serve in Falls City than is used in
this entertainment; for there is
ability in our own town that many
cities of larger size cannot boast.
The work being (lone by the
chorus is serious and painstaking,
not. of a day, but of months, the
object being to perfect what ever
'Die separate numbers, solos,
trios and quartettes are ail of a
distinctively good class of music
and chosen with a view to please.
Tne ladies in charge are not
unknown. Many of our citizens
will remember having heard Mrs.
Banks sing many years ago. Let
them come and renew their youth
in hearing her again on Friday
evening, Nov. 20th. She will sing
a selection from an opera, one or
two Scotch ballads, and the same
number of Irish ballads.
Other attractions will he a violin
solo, the ever delightful Inter
mezzo, from Cavalleria Rusticnna,
by Miss Alice (.'leaver, the gifted
director of the Cleaver String Or
chestra A solo by Miss I na
Snidow whose study in Chicago
Iihh made her singing more pleas
ing than ever, as was shown by
the hearty applause given her at
the Womans Club very recently.
Look for a complete program in
next week's issue.
FOR PROGRESSIVE ONES
Northwest Texas is Now Calling
Tile call of the west lias devel
oped this nation within the period
of two men’s life time from noth
ing to the worlds greatest pro
ducer. Northwest Texas is now
making the iast call. Will you be
one of the thousands of willing
volunteers who are daily reaping
the harvest of great prosperity in
this last west the land of now.
On Tuesday morning, Nov. 17,
via Missouri Pacific train No. loti,
due at Falls City, Neb., at 3:4<) a.
in., we will run a personally con
ducted excursion to Canyon City,
Texas. Homeseekers round trip
twenty-five day limit ticket in
cluding free berth and Pullman
car service will be $17.10 wh eh
sum will be refunded to you in
case of purchase of any of our
lands. Come and bring your wife
with you and make this trip, in
vestigate this land and get you a
good, well located productive farm
before it is too late. Call or write
us in time to arrange for excursion
ticket. Phone No. bib or 210.
We have samples of the soils
and products from Randall Coun
ty, Texas, now on exhibition, call
and see them and get a descrip
tive folder setting forth the truths
of the great opportunity that
awaits you. Yours for business
Whitaker Bros., Falls City, Neb.,
representing the Rife Land Co.,
Canyon City, Texas.
Card of Thanks
To all those who were so kind to
us during our recent bereavement
in the death of our dear wife and
mother, we wish to return our
! Special from Ruin.
Inez Anderson was born at
Mound City. Mo.. Dec. 31, l'"'!
Was married in Falls City, dan.17,
1*97. to Wm, Craiy. Died at the
, home of her mother in Katis s on
Nov, d. 190*. Three years e_ro
her sister died which cast a irlootn
over her life from which she never
recovered. Her father passed
away two months before her sum
mons came. After the father’s
death, the mother had Inez > ne
and live with her, that she miyht
care for her the rest of her days.
She leaves a husband and live
children, four brothers and mother
all of whom have the sympathy
of the entire community, T;ie
funeral was held on Thursday at
2 o'clock from the Holiness church
in Rulo conducted by Rev. Adams
after which the remains wen- laid
to rest in the Rulo cemetery.
Card of Thanks
We desire to thank those who
so kindlv rendered assistance
and comfort, to us during the ill
ness and death ot our beloved
Mu. and Mus. Fked H. Geblt.
■mrr—rai m iiwiiimhw nu i
Our Show Window
SOME people may have
formed an incorrect idea
of this store by studying the
Show Windows, and we wish
it to be known that the Win
dow is no criterion of what is
in the store.
You are invited to come in.
Our display of New Holiday
Things will be a revelation to
those who have not seen it
a joy to the intelligent be
We have a
Large Supply of
Both in Bulk l
These goods, we are
safe in saying, are t
When you want
the BEST give them |
Falls City, Nebraska
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