The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, December 11, 1908, 1st Section, Image 8

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    Henry C. Smith
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240 acres well improved, 1$ miles from Depot in Kas. Good spring. Best of terms. W intake
40 acres as part payment, balance long time at low interest.
200 acres l>i miles from depot, Richardson county, Nebraska. Good buildings and land Will
take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
lt»0 acres upland, 1 mile from depot, Richardson county. Nebraska. 112,000.
100 acres Johnson county, Nebraska. 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownville, Nebraska
80 acres h-mile from Falls City high school.
640 acres, 88,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take 100acres as part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Money t < > loan
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The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
and Neighbors.
Mrs. Tagney is on the siok list.
Fred Marsh was in Fulls City this
\lta <lllbcrt was u Falls City visitor
r>. ‘ntly.
; steam ditcher is working in the
C ' west of town.
Mrs. Frank Simon visited Falls City
re Natives Sunday.
.other Miller of Filley visited rela
lives liere recently.
h’ev. Walden returned to his home in
Forest City Sunday.
Mamie Kanaly spent Sunday with
her sister in Salem.
Jeff Gilbert and wife were*Falls C'ty
visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. Iva Ilay of Humboldt is yisit
\di: her parents here.
Bessie Story of I'reston]
last week with friends.
J. Stiekrod of Koekport. Mo., visited
relatives here last week.
Jerry Marsteller and wife ofjDiller
are visiting friends here.
Mrs Henderson spent last week in
Hiawatha and Falls City.
t ncle Hill Johnson was] on the sick
list a few days but is better.
Win. Carieo and wife gvlslted rela
tives here one day last week.
Mrs. Simons has been sick the past
week but Is able to sit up now.
The new light plant for the chureh
came Monday and is being installed.
Mrs. McKelver and children of Falls
City visited relatives here last week.
Mrs. Osborn and son returned Fri
day from a visit with friends at Crete.
Mrs. Gagnon and daughter Mrs. No
ble of Falls City visited here this week.
Mrs. Leeds and children of Falls
City spent Sunday with her parent*
Green Goolsby is nursing a fractur
ed wrist the result of a wagon over
Pearl Anderson was on the sick iisi
last we k, but is now able lobe hack
1 i school
iiev. Ford mid family ol Lincoln art
attending the meetings at the Holiness
ehlirub til S week.
Mrs. Grizer of Foiteseue and Mrs
Cooper of Hole's. Mo, wire guests o
friends here Iasi wet k.
George I'liiniiey who went, to Cnrth
afe.v months ago if now at Adam,
running n meat msiket.
Tlu* ladiif of tin I) nt il servid re
freshment* Inr • lie Wo'kmen MdihIi V
All erjoyid the social hour.
Three painters came down from
I> i *■ -i>n .MiiiiiIhv and are working in
l e lor nl the new ehureti.
A .li t a. id Omaha ".if here Ki i
r \ i i. ,i •_ it.. |n* Which earner
l . erliiuu tin i »er In i he pump
,. a ■ fill in a an ii,d le-ld* III ol
th s piae ,i• 11 now ol Bni». City, Idaho.
ila~ ll ell Veil rii'", tilll If I in pi liV 1 tig .
The -fiind.ty school euinmitiee met
Tuesday night ai the home of George
U od to arrange tor it t h l ist nuts cn
ti rt o tni i t.
Mrs. Bmma Kern returned last week
I ram Kansas City, her brother Will
ssiielTuorn is slowiv improving but will
i nt he able to leave the hospital fie;
hi me time.
The girls basket ball team played a
game with the second team of boys
last Friday; score 21! to nothing in
tavor of the boys The boys then beat
the first Team of b >ys 5 to 2.
ilrs. John Anderson of Kansas hits
purchased the George Bon ner proper
ty and is moving into town this week.
Her son Btstine who has be.ju sick
since the first of Xo\ ember is improv
ing slowly. but is nut yet ready to
leave the hospital at Hiawatha.
Larry Deflinbaugh died Mandav and
was buried from the Holiness church
Tuesday. lie had been feeble for
several months. He has a brother at
Xebraska Ci y hiso two daughters, one
living a: Piattsiuoutb aud the other at
Weeping Water. He was an old sol
dier and as long as ho was able to get
about played many of the old tunes mi
Lis fife.
At their regular meeting Monday
night the A. 0. l\ W. elected the fol
lowing officers for the coming year. M
W. Charlie Hall; foreman, Art Hodge;
overseer, Phil Horn; recorder, J. A.
Hinkle; guide, Henry Schmidt; finan
cier, A. J. Hart; receiver, George
Ocomb: inside watch, N. A, Kermode;
outside watch, Emmest Gleyson; trus
tees, John Darveun and X-. A. Ker
mode. E. O. Martin, holding over.
Minnie M acorn ber of Kali- City
spent Thanksgiving in Peru.
(ilenri D. Jenkins of Stella has been
elected editor of the senior annual.
Miss Helm Kverso I e of KIK Creek |
spent her vacation here and at Kails
Miss Aiyce Yoder of Kalis City was
visiting here recently the guest of Miss
Myrtelle Yocam.
Thirty years ago the annual enroll
ment at the Normal was 1(10, today the
annual enrollment is 1500.
Miss Irene Waelitel returned to her
homo in Kalis City after spending the
holidays with her sister, Miss Inez.
Miss Ruby StoulTer and Messrs. Loyd
Kinsey, Virgil Crinsiead and Kugetie
Meredith of Salem spent Thanksgiving
Mrt. Clara Peck and daughter Mis.~
F.thel, returned to their home in Falls
City after a few days visit with rela
tives here.
Miss Hleanor Pally, a member of the
faculty, gave an interesting talk on
the great masterpieces of art which 1
sire had occasion to see in the great art
galleries across the Atlantic ocean.
Lena Hallett of this place was forced
te give up her school ut llulo on ac
count of sickness. Her work has been
satisfactory, and it is with regret that
the people give her up, but they hope
for a speedy recovery.
The third number of the lecture
course, Miss F.lraa B. Smith and her
new company, gave an entertainment
in Normal chapel Wednesday, Doc. 2.
The audience was held spell bound
during the entire evening and proclaim
Miss Smith to be unexcelled as a child
Dr. Mathes of Washington State
Normal, on his journey through the
east, stopped at Peru. He gave an il
lustrated lecture In Normal Chapel
Sat urday evening anil also gave a talk
at chapel exercises the. next Monday
morning. Mrs. Nettleton, who Is at
the head of the department of expres
sion, was at the Washington Normal
School a year so we feel a closer re
lationship to them.
The annual foot ball reception was
given in.tlie gymnasium November 26.
Our boys are worthy of much praise
although they were not victors In
every game Owing to misfortune
some of our nest players were not able
to play in the Normal vs. Bellevue
game and consequently we did not win
the pennant. Later a game was play- ]
ed between Donne ami Bellevue, and j
Dome was successful. As Peru hud j
won a game with Donne the pennant j
is tied and no one can boast of being
the proud possessor of it.
Tim-c who are in attendance at. the
Sta’e normal this year from llieh
ar ison county are Vera Bergsmn. Ola
I Crook, Clara Crook, Edith De.Mets,
! Myrtle C. I vans. Emma Hotl'man
! Glenn D. Jenkins, Carman I. Jones,
j Martha Kerueii. Ruth Alberta Kernen,
; Arthur L. Klima, Vesta Lively, Claire
McDermet. Anna McMahon, Cleta
j Moran, Edna Parsons, Olive Marie i
' Pctrasiiek, Ethel Robinson, Gertie M.
! Robinson, Iona V. Shiek, Jennie II,
{ Thompson, Olive P. Thompson, Inez
^ Wachtei and Myr'lo Yocam.
.lessie Ogle was a Humboldt visitor
.lessie MoDermet spent Sunday in
11 umholdt.
Leland Shroyer visited with Oscar
Leach, Sunday.
Kdith McNeely spent Sunday with
liosa Parker.
Mike Lutz will spend the winter in
t he Scott house.
Mae Standerford visited with Louis
Ctossman. Sunday.
1. 15. Babcock shipped a car load of
hops to St. .1 oe, Thursday.
Frank Church marketed several
head of fine cattle this week.
Miss Mary Dodds spent Wednesday
evening with some of her scholars.
Foley's Orino Laxative cures chronic
constipation and stimulates the liver.
Orino regulates the bowels so they
will net naturally and you do not have
to take purgatives constantly. Kerr’s
E. H. Ely of Auburn was here last
Will Stout went to Auburn Thurs
day afternoon.
Sheriff Fenton was in town Thurs
day afternoon.
A number of the farmers have finish
ed shucking corn,
Dora and 11. G. Atwood of Humboldt
were here Tuesday.
D. .1. Pugh is able to be out again
after a short illness.
t j, L Sloetitu and wife returned] from
a visit to Kansas City.
Sam Wixon and wife of lienevaare
visiting relatives here.
E A. Hanks ha* been working for
Lee Smelter this week.
J. S. Davis and family were over
from Sbubert Tuesday.
Mrs Masonbrink and mother of near
Howe were here Tuesday.
Prof. Kindlg of Nemaha was here
the first of the week on business.
Miss lieria Lawson went to Kansas
Citv, Saturday to visit her sister.
B. F. Arnold of Humboldt was here
Wednesday looking for a location.
Chas. Stoddard and A. S. Smith of
Humboldt were in town Thursday.
H. M. Hays was working in the lum
ber yard with his father the past week.
John Jenkins went to Verdon Friday
to visit his daughter, Mrs. Clyde Har
den .
L. G. Ciphers is helping J.M.Goodloe
in the blacksmith shop during the busy
H. E. Clark of Kansas City was look
ing after business matters here during
the week.
J. T. Leif and Warren Briggs shell
ed 400 bushels of corn for John Jenkins
D. C. Waller and wife returned to
Omaha the last of week after visiting
the former's parents.
U. H. Marts of this place went to
Missouri with his father’s ear of house
hold goods and stock.
The pool hall is going to be moved to
the Clark building as soon as it is
papered and fixed up.
Mrs. Sue Julian of Long Beach, Cal ,
is at the Cain home this week visiting
her father and brother.
Jerry Norris who has been working
with a merry go-round for sometime
Is visiting his parents here.
N 1. Clark who has been working
near Humboldt for some time is again
working for T. L. Briggs west of town
Ernest Morgan and Wm. Lusk fur
nish the higli school with music of a
morning. Mr. Morgan plays cornet
and Mr. Lusk, baritone.
A E. Camblin's father from Kansas
visited at this place the past week.
Mr. Camblin’s uncle from Indiana was
here at the same time.
‘‘The Isle of Tasboni.” tht borne tal
ent play drew large crowds and a big
sum of money. The total receipts for
the two evenings were $liiO.
A. Grider lost nine dozen eggs while
coming to town Wednesday. H i s
horse stumbled throwing the eggs oil
from the buggy seat breaking !> out of
12 dozen.
C. E. Lambert and .1. L Coleriek
were in this city Friday. Mr.Coleriek
sold his span of mules and Lambert
sold his team of horses for *:t<»0 to a
horse buyer.
Miss F.tlie Martin left Monday tor
Iowa City, Iowa, where she will keep
house for her brother and attend the
■Iowa State University. Rev. Martin
is pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran
church of that place.
Grant Smith of west of town left
Monday for Michigan where he will
visit relatives for some time. From
there he will go to Ohio to visit rela
tives. This is the first time in a good
many years he has visited his people.
A series of meetings will held in the
Evangelical Lutheran church the 27th
of Dec. and cont'nue lor two weeks.
Paul Mennenueh of Midland college
will have charge of the singing and
Rev. Shirk pastor of the church has
charge of the meetings.
We understand that Prof. Wilson
will not be with our schools another
year. Jusi where he wii! locate is not
known, but we know where ever he
joes he will meet with success in
school life. We consider him a great
factor and builder in our schools.
Mrs. Cbas. Wood was up at an early
hour Sunday morning, and struck a
| match which she must of dropped in
| the clothing, for in a short time the
Falls City Business College!
J. CARL LEISTER, Principal
Strictly a Commercial School. Our business is to pre
pare youn^ men and women for the business world.
Shorthand, Typewriting, Let
ter Writing, Spelling Punctu
ation, Penmanship, Letterpress
Copying, Manifolding, Neo
style Work, etc Kverything
the student needs to know to
hold a first-class position.
Single and Double Entry in
both theory and practice,
Arithmetic, Eetter Writing,
Spelling, Penmanship, etc.
Actual Business Department
cannot be excelled. Here the
student buys and sells just
as in real business.
Special Pen
Art Course
Professional and Practical
Business Writing, Ornamental
Writing, Round Hand, Flour
ishing. Text Lettering, etc.
This course is for anyone desir
ing to become a professional
School All the Year Around
Winter Term Begins January 4th
j tire was discovered in the room and
the tioor burned through into the
i cellar. The fire was soon extinguished.
Sunday evening at six o’clock Karl
Wilson and Miss Viola CrofTord were
united in marriage at the home of the
bride’s parents, Itev. F. R. Shirek
officiated. Grace Hodge played the
wedding march while the couple took
their places awaiting the ceremony,
j Sixty' guests were present. After
i congratulations a three course supper
was served. On Monday' a dinner was
given for them at the groom’s home.
Grandma Evans was in Auburn
Fred Warner marketed wheat here
Levi Fredrick of Barada was in
town Monday.
Leander Morris of St.Deroin was in
town Monday.
Mrs. Fred Boatman spent last week
in the country.
Ella .fames of Peru is visiting her
parents here.
Until Hoos of near Barada visited
friends here Sunday.
John Colgla/.ier and son Fred spent
last week in Missouri.
Samuel Davis was over from
Prairie Union, Monday.
t'lyde Kinton and wife of Nemaha
were in Shubert this week.
Maggie Weick spent the latter part
of the week with Mrs. Speeth.
Fred Kenton and wife spent last
week w ith the formers parents.
•lessKiter accompanied the crowd
of homeseekers to Texas last week.
.1.11. Shook and wife are in the city
visiting their children. Dr. Shook and
w i f e.
Miss Irene Prior of Falls City came
here Wednesday and will visit her
brother in the country.
Mrs. Hr. Shook and her father, Mr.
ShurtletT have been visiting friends
in Kansas for ten days.
Dr. Cloyd and family of Omaha and
M. L. Hays and wife of Stella visited
friends in Shubert Friday.
John Kvans and wife accompanied
a crowd of young people to Antiouch
church one evening last week.
Mrs.Mary Shaffer and Merrel Wed
dle returned Friday from Danville.
111., where they spent two months
with relatives.
The many friends of John Peterson
and wife sympathize with them in
the loss of tlie baby, Saturday even
ing. The little one only lived a few
Mrs. Puett and baby were quite ill
! last week.
O. A. Burk and wife spent Sunday
with relatives.
Lucy Smith was a guest of Mr.-. Guy
Llehty last week.
Guy Stump was a guest of John
Hutchison Sunday.
S. H. Koisely and wife spent Tues
day with their sou.
Rebecca Strauss was a guest of Min
nie Fisher Sunday.
Rev.Lehman of Maple Grove preach
ed the funeral for the little child of
Earl Butler and wife of Parana.Sunday,
which died Friday last.
There will be a Xmas tree and enter
tainment given by the little folks at
the Silver Creek church Dec 24. Ev
erybody invited.
Mr. Miller and wife of Nishua, Mo.,
have come to Straussville to take charge
of the store for Mrs. Miller's father.
An organ was purchased at the Sil
ver Creek school house with the money
that was taken in at the box social.
Guy Lichty and Delos Spickler and
their wives and Lucy Smith spent Fri
day at George Sturms.
Phineas Fisher has been improving
his home with gas lights and hot and
cold water pipes.
Mrs. Allie Dowty spent Monday
night near Verdon helping care fora
sick uncle.
Martin. Harvey and Daisy Peck
were guests of Anson Knisely aud wife
Myrtle Smith was a guest of her
brother and wife in Straussville Sun
H. Gui'liams and family of Strauss
ville spent Friday with friends here.
Will Bartlett spent Sunday with
Chas. Stump and wife in Falls City.
Edgar Prine and sister were guests
of (Joy Prine and wife Sunday.
Delos Spickler aDd wife were guests
of friends here Sunday.
H mrse coughs and stuffy colds that
mav develop Into pneumonia over night
are quickly cured by Foley’s Honey
and Tar as it sooths inilamed mem
Inanes. heals the lungs, and expels the
cold from the sy'stem. Kerr's Phar
Mrs. Cred went to Pawnee Sunday to
visit a few days with her son.
Frank Johnson is seriously ill at his
home suffering with pneumonia.
Eva Cooper was a guest of friends in
Linuon and Falls City this week.
The Farmers Institute has been ar
ranged to be held Dee. .'iOth and .'Ust.
(ieo. A. Lee, of Spokane, Wash.,
is in the city visiting numerous friends
Jas. Hnizda has purchased the Will
Snedmier farm northwest of town for
Martin Gergen* and wife of El IleDO,
Okla., were guests of relatives here the
past weeks.
John Glathan, jt\, and family left the i
past week fur their future borne in |
Beaver City.
Sam Turner was down iron) Lincoln i
this week to see his mother who ha« j
been very s)ek.
Herbert Mooney and family now oc-1
eupy the Will Philpot property in the |
north part of town.
Louise Porak returned Saturday
from Lincoln, where she has had em
ployment for some time.
W. H. Fellers of Table Rock has sold
his 160 acre farm southeast of here to
Frank Hynek for $55 per acre,
Geo. A. Lee is here to assist in
closing out the business of his father,
M. C. Lee, who is in poor health.
Since George’s arrival in Humboldt he
learned that he had been appointed
assistant attorney general of the state
of Washington.
Wm. Norton and wife were down
from Lincoln the first of the week.
While in the city Mr. Norton purchas
ed the Humboldt Standard printing
office and will assume charge next
Harland, the infant son of H. E. Hail
and wife, died Friday after a brief ill
ness, death being due to brain fever.
Fuueral services were held from the
home Sunday.
Frank Holecbek has disposed of 160
acre farm southwest of town to Henry
Rexroth for *05 per acre. Mr.Rexrotb
has sold his borne place to Ed Uhri.
Mann & Legg this week closed a
deal for the EnoGeismann farm east of
town known ns the Wm. Tjaden place.
Mrs. S. J. Briggs of Oneida. Kansas,
spent several days this week the guest
of her son, J. T. Briggs and family.
Mesdames T. M. Draper and Sarah
Marburger visited with Geo. SchmeL
zel and wife in Falls City this week.
Real Estate Transfers
Magdalena Boerner to Mrs. Dora.
Boerner, wd to lots 1. 2, 3, 15 aud 16,
block 53, Kulo. $100
George Morris and wife to Henrick
Frit/, wd lots 5 to 8 block 11 Crook &
Towles ad to Falls City.$2200
Ed Roubidox to Rosa Nuzum wd ail
of n hf of sw qr of ue qr sec 20 1-18 ....
John Meyer and wife to Anna Reavis
et al. wd ail e hf of ne qr see 28-3-16...
Ellis Goolsby and wife to Henry
Doppen wd to 2 and 35-100 acres in sec
tion 25-2-14. #30
Eunice and David 1’. Br,,miin to E.
S. Towle, wd to 238 acres lu section
M. W. Harding and wife to Orlando
Trimmer, wd to tract of land in sec
W. J. McCray to J. E. Curtis wd to
lots 1 to 4 block 11 Stella.I .$3000
Nellie Shrader and husband to Geo.
Ailer wd lots 7 aud 8 block 1 Stella_
Ed and Kittle Towle to Torn Car
lisle wd lots 4 and 7 blk 47 lots 1 and 5
blk 48 lots 1, 2, 5 block 40 lots 2, 3, S
block 50 lot 8 block 51 lots 1 to 5 block
53 Salem. ... $16
John Wiltse and wife to Julius Ar
nold wd to tract of land in sec 10-1-16..
Julius Arnold and wife to John and
Elsie SViltse wd tract of land in section
18 3-17. $2800
Alice Spurlock and husband to Tom
Carlisle wd lots 1 to 8 blocks 4, 10, 43,
48 to 52 Salem.$150
Ed and brittle Towle to Tom Carlisle
wd to lots 6 and 8 blk 13 Salem.$2
John Randolph to R. I). Larrabee wd
lot 7 blk 66 Rulo.$40
George Honliston and wife to Alber*
Cochran wd to hair interest in lots 6
anil 7 and part of lot 8 and full interest
in 14 ft off lot 8, all in blk 1 Salem.
. $1500
Enno and Emma Giesmann to Peter
Gergeus wd to 20 acres in sec 24-3-13...