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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1909)
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
240 acres well improved, H miles from Depot in Kas. Good spring. Rest of terms. Willtake
I 40 acres as part payment, balance long time at low interest.
200 acres miles from depot, Richardson county, Nebraska. Good buildings and laud Will
R take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
j 180 acres upland, 1 mile from depot, Richardson county, Nebraska. $12,000.
j 100 acres Johnson county, Nebraska 80 rods to church and school. Rest of terms. Might rent.
1 107 acres near Rrownville, Nebraska
80 acres U -mile from Ralls City high school.
I 840 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 6441 acres adjoining. Will take 180acres a- part payment.
| Hue running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
I Money to loan.
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
Mrs. John I ’oteraen 1“ quite ill.
>. U. Itoss of Nelson is visiting home
Gladys Taylor is visiting relatives at
Verne Taylor of lturchard Is visiting
■ atives here.
Mrs. Fred Kinton who has been sick
now doing nicely.
Miss t.cao 1’aimer of Lincoln is here
\ siting home folks.
. V. McClain lift Saturday for St
Joe to spend a few days.
Mrs. Woodring of Harada Is visiting
1 or daughter near town.
John Shubert of Idaho arrived here
h :ew days ago for a visit.
Clyde Hill is home from Lincoln
wEerohe has employment.
George Paul and wife of near Verdon
were visitors here recently.
John Leslie and son ol South Dakota
are hero visiting home folks.
Kftie Ham of Stella ate Christmas
dinner here with her mother.
Mr. McHenry and wife of Falls City
are visiting relatives near town.
Mrs. Donaldson Is visiting ;i sister in
Missouri Valley, Iowa, this week.
Misses Gertie and Klla llerg of Stella
spent last week with relatives hero.
Mrs. John Speeoe and daughter of
Ord are the guests of relatives here.
J. M. Fvans Is the owner of a fine
touring ear which lie purchased of C.
Lewis Urislty and wife lire rejoicing
over the arrival of a baby girl on Sat
John Shook from the western part .if
the slate is visiting his son Or. Shook
M. ltupard who is a traveling drug
gist spent .1 few days witli tils family
here U-t wei k
Mrs. t'has. Townltsy returned home
Tuesday from Wyoming where she had
Wen curb g for her daughter
Miss Bert! a Snuliert and Buy Bavi
*r--re married Wednesday. They have
a hmt of friends here who extend eon
g rainlat ions.
Snr«n V\ est of this p'aee and Karin
Gilbert of St-*| a left Tuesday for Kan
sas, You can all gaess why, after
which tie, will visit the former’s
Mr- Grant Shuberi was by the lied
side of tiei father at Howe Wednesday
when In- dieit. i,f er several wet ts Hi
nes-. I’n, \ i in.- the -v apathy of the
entire eomu unity.
Mis. 1,1-1. gave a d i. I er X nut- to
nd tin- im-minis of h.-r family . AH
In. v 1 e were present except on.
•i . T - Oh. «n- -pent in such
a -' ■! - >. i - r in intu-i-ed by all
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rold or lagrippe u. v n.i-i-ig inio pneu
monia alter t-ol. y .- II ie \ and Tar
ha- I. -i n Uki-ii, a- it eiiris the most
Host,u«U- d.-.-p sealed CiiugilsitllU coals.
\Vhv take anything el-e Kerr’s
. W. Dodds visited in the county
‘ .it last Srturday.
Mbs Pose Parker is stay iug with her
sister near Stella.
George Alberts lost a valuable horse.
Soft corn was the cause of its death.
l’iue Pidge literary society adjo ’rn- i
ed for two week- during the holidays
Mr. lligley and family of near
Plattsmouth are visiting his daughter
Miss Nellie Snoke who teaches in
Table Pock is spending her Christmas
vacation at home.
H. U Jones and family of .MorrowJ
rille, Kaus., visited Christmas week
vitb relatives here.
Lillian Stump and Maude Lippold of
Falls City visited this week at the
bovne of J. W. Dodds.
A box social was held at district 11
Tuesday. A short program was ren
dered by the pupils. Maps will be
purchased with the proceeds.
If you will take Foley’s Orino Laxa- |
Pvt until the bowels become regular
you will not have to take purgatives
constantly, as Foley’s Orino Laxative
positively cures chronic constipation
and sluggish liver. Pleasant to take.
Will Wheeler was In Kail* <'it> Sat
Dan Waggoner was a caller here re
Albert Abel and son were here on
K K. Durfee and wife were in Pres
ton Moii day.
Deo Win!/, delivered wheat at Pres
John Speers was a county seat visi
tor one day last week.
Mrs. Saul spent Christmas with her
daughter Mrs. Speers.
Albert Zimmerman was a county
scat visitor last week
Flu by- Waggoner was a Falls City
visitor one day’ last week.
Hen and Albert Bauman attended the
dance at Werners Saturday,
Otto Hershberger and wife are the
proud parents of it baby hoy.
There was a dance given at the home
of Philip Werner Saturday night.
Frank King purchased u team of
horses at the Deck nor sale for $'100.
George Wintz. and Henry Popkle
hauled hay for George King Monday.
Mr. Davis of Missouri was over to
attend the dance on Christmas night.
John Futeher raffled off a kitchen
cabinet valued at $lf>. Louis Jones
Arthur Nitzscbe came down from
Atchison to spend the holidays with
There was a wedding dunce given at
the Redman hall in honor of Henry
Furgerson and wife.
John Speers presented his daughter
Dora with a beautiful organ for Christ
mas. Dora is very proud of her musi
Uncle Abe Jones is spending the
• holidays with ills great nephew F.d
| Durfee. Uncle Abe is now K8 years
j old and is hale and hearty.
There was a hox supper and Christ
mas tree at Mary Wiltse school house
of Ft Hazel Quite a large crowd
was in attendance and all report a good
Miss Mable Koehler and Henry Fur
gerson were united in marriage. The
bride is the only daughter of F.rnest
Koehler one of the business men of
Fdna Wheatley of Lincoln Is visiting
.11ni Ayers and wife were Falls City
\ isitors Friday.
Dave Clark returned from Burweli,
John Parkhurst and wife drove to
Falls City Friday
Henry Heineman was a Falls City
Jake Cook was a Falls City visitor a
few days last, week.
Win. Vowerv of Stella wu- in town
a short time Tuesday.
FI mo Cook of Falls City is visiting
her patents here this week.
Mrs. Boss Goolsby returned to her
home at Falls City Saturday.
Mrs. John Walker and children re
turned to Falls City Saturday.
Ralph Miller ot Aurora has been vis
iting relatives here last week.
Chloe Wilkinson returned Tuesday
from her visit at Nebraska Citv.
W. II. Mark attended the funeral of
Mr. Crook at Fall* City Saturday.
Mrs. Wm. Cook and daughter Sarah
returned from Falls City Saturday.
Charley Bowman of Lincoln visited
his brother here a few days this week.
J. C. Ayers and wife and Jay Carsons
and wife went to Lincoln Tuesday in
Hev. Dillow of Hastings held quar
terly conference at the F.vangellcal
John Leefers. wife and daughter re
turned Sunday from a few days visit
spent at Nebraska City.
Julia Fraunfelder came up from Falls
City Wednesday and remained until
Monday visiting her parents.
Quimby Hossack came up from Falls
City Wednesday and spent a few days
with his sister, Mrs. W. C. Sloan.
Mr. and Mrs, Skinner retjrned to
their home at St. Joe, Mo., Sunday af
ter a few days spent at the home of C.
W. Ocomb and family.
.foe Mourer of Lincoln is visiting his
•I. M. Goodloe made a trip to Falls
Kd Hopper of Colorado is visiting
H. M. Hays visited friends in Omaha
the past week.
Charles Atwood of near Humboldt
wa* here Tuesday.
Miss Fairy Thomas of Lincoln is vis
iting relatives here.
Miss lone Hinds of Kansas City is
visiting frl 'ttds here.
O-eir Wright of Custer, Okl., is
visiting relatives here.
I. L. Plasters and famil.C spent Xir-as
with friends in Auburn.
Mr. Phipps of Iowa is visiting i. is
daughter north of town.
I). S. Hinds and wife of Kansas City |
are visiting relatives here.
Win. Thompson of Fulls City is visit-,
ing iiis mother here this week.
George Quick went to the country j
to visit W. Ulmer the other day.
Thus. Higgins and family of IC'.k \
Creek are visiting relatives here.
Mrs. S K. Timer man was brought;
home from North Platte Tuesday.
Kltner Jones and mother of near
Howe were visitors here recently.
A. J. Nutter, wife and'children arc
here visiting friends and relatives.
J. If. Hinds at (1 wife of Kansas City
are visiting relatives south of town.
Joe Withee left Sunday for Colorado
Springs where he will visit relatives.
John O’Brien and son ieft for Mon
tana this week where they file on land
K. M. Knapp and Walter Radinsky
went to Nemaha for a visit last Sunday.
George Benson of Geneva Is spending
the holidays with his daughters here.
Warren Briggs of west of town had
a good sale Tuesday. The sale totaled
J. H Holland and family attended
the funeral of Jesse Crook in Falls City
Mrs. Morgan has been very ill at her
home north of town the past week, but
Clyde Harden and wife of Verdon
were visiting at the latter’s parents
west of town Sunday.
Thus. Higgins and family spent Sat
urday and Sunday in town visiting his
brother, W. Higgins.
Walter Radinsky went to sterling
Friday and spent Christmas with his
parents, returning here Sunday.
Henry Shefferd moved from the Nut
ter place west of town the past week to
the Hays farm southeast of town
Miss Caroline McCready left Thurs
day for a visit with her parents at
Campbell, Neb., over the holidays.
Barney Mullen celebrated his 72d
birthday Tuesday. llis children re-'
membered him with some nice gtfts.
Warren Briggs was able to go up
home Xmas day. The family expect!
to leave for Indiana the lirst of the I
Norm Mead of near Howe was here !
Thursday. He will go to Indiana with i
the Hrigg> family -ome time the corn
J. \V. Sumner left for the soldiers
home at Leavenworth, !<*., Wednes
day. G. II. Timmerman and George
Wixon accompanied him.
Miss Alma Plasters, who is attend- i
ing the Avburn high school came home
Tuesday. She taught iu the absence
of the assistant principal in our home j
Word came to this place Thursday !
of the death of Lucions Coeur, near
Howe.where he had resided for a num
ber of years. His many friends extend
sympathy to the bereaved ones.
A series of meetings have beguu at
the Ev. Lutheran church of this place
this week and will probably continue
for two or three weeks Rev. Shirck,
pastor, will have charge of the Services.
Fermer students called on the schools
here Thursday, and in the evening a
basket ball game was played in which
the high school boys played the alumni.
The out come of the game was in favor
of the high school boys.
John Rausch, a farmer west of town,
has found a remedy for hog cholera so
we are told and feels very good over
his finding. Hog cholera has been the
fear of the farmers in this part all the
fall and many have lost heavily from
the disease. And now if this be true
that Mr. Rausch has succeeded in
cheeking the disease in his bunch of
hogs it would be a relief to the farmer.
Frank Graves returned from Lincoln
Sum Hall visited friends at Salem
j last week.
Mrs. Fierce visited relatives in St.
Joe lust week.
George Jarrott of St. Joe visited
: here last week.
Frank Clumby of Havelock is vislt
! ing friends here this week
Hessie Anderson went to Hiawatha
i Christmas to visit relatives.
Lizzie Alkman of Du Hois is spending
i the holidays with her mother here.
Mrs. Will Morehouse departed last
week to visit relatives in Minnesota.
Fred Jondrow and wife are spending
the week wtt.h friends at Gardner, ICs.
Mrs. Moore and Dr. Coleman of Dor
chester visited friends here this week.
Charlie Vastine of St. Joe spent a
few days with his parents here last
Mrs. Arthur Darveau and children
spent Christmas with her mother in
Charlie Markum and wife of Ridge
way, Mo., are visiting relatives here
Dave Cook and Garnett Wilson of
Preston ate Christmas dinner with
Mrs. John Anderson's children all
came home Christmas day to hold a
Henry Schmidt and family spent
Christmas with the family of Henry
Fisher near Arigo.
Mrs. Roily Harrison of St. Joe came
Monday to visit relatives. She was
accompanied by her sister Mrs. Yocam
of DuBois who has been visiting with
There was an entertai^ent und tree
in the new M. E. church on Christmas
eve, and although the church is not
quite completed the crowd was accom
modated nicely. Besides there were a
number of tress in private families and
a number of family dinners.
On Tuesday of last week Virgil
Coupe was badly hurt at school by
jumping to catch a boy swinging
on a rope. Fie missed catching tbe
boy, fell striking his face on the hard
ground. A badly sprained wrist and
several painful bruises was the result.
When these jottings are being read
by the readers of tbe Tribune the year
1908 will bea thing of toe past. An
other year with its joys and sorrows,
its hopes and promises, its successes
and failures gone. Rut a new year will
dawn, which bids us all take heart.and
hone again. To all the readers or the
Tribune the writer wishes a Happy |
New Year, and to those who once call
ed Itulo home (many of whom I know,
and think of every time I writel if in
their far olT homes these items have
ever brought them cheer, then I feel
that I have succeeded to some extent
in what have I wished to do.
Little Coyt, youngest son of Louis
Jones and wife, was Kicked by a colt
Christmas and it was thought fora
while he was seriously hurt, but next
evening be was able to sit up.
Mrs. Emma McVey and son Ed came
home from Kansas to spend Christmas, |
returning that evening.
Hattie and Guy Kart after spending
a few days at home, returned to their
work in St. Joe Sunday.
Mr. Crooks who was in business here
a few years ago, but now of Kansas,
was here this week.
Bessie and Carrie Harrison left for
Lincoln Sunday after a few days visit
with home tolks.
Sophia Pierce returned the first of
the week from a visit with St. Joe
Boy Dykes and mother arrived Fri
day from Jansen. Neb., on a visit to
T. F. Plumb and family drove dowu
from Falls City Christmas to visit Mrs.
Melvin Ilinehart and wife of Smith
Center came Saturday for a weeks
Frank Brown and family went to
Falls City Saturday night on a visit.
Mamie and Margaret Ivanaly spent
Saturday with friends in Preston.
Sterling Mendinhall visited his
father in Beatrice Sunday.
EdnaSteinhauer went to Ord, Neb.,
last week to visit friends.
B. F. Jarrott spent Christmas with
his sister at White Clond.
Ella Carpenter arrived from St. Joe
Sunday to visit friends.
Bessie Miller is spending the holi
days with home folks.
Frank Biair of Highland visited his I
mother here last week.
Cecil Kanaly ot Salem came home to
spend the holidays.
Al Burk visited with Falls City rela
tives this week.
Irvin Pope went to Troy Monday to
visit a few days.
Mrs. Charlie Story was a St. Joe
visitor last week
Grandma True of Union is visiting
Charlie Maze of Dawson spent Christ
J. E Pope was a St. Joe visitor last
Iloj Royd wont toTarkio last week.
Max Gesst r was a Falls City visitor
Mrs. Graham was a Falls City visitor
Mrs. Pope left Tuesday to her grand
mother at Memphis, Mo.
Gus Johnson visited his family in
Nebraska City Christmas.
Humohrey Kdgecomb spent last
week witli his son at Geneva.
Nellie Coupe went to Falls City to
spend her vacation at home.
Karl Shepherd came up from St. Joe
Friday for a visit with home folks.
Miss Kernen went to Dawson to
spend her vacation with her mother.
Mrs. Whalen and daughter came
home Thursday from a visit with Pres
Jim Glenn passed through here last
Thursday on his way to Highland to
visit his parents.
Alfred Morehouse who has been
husking corn in Kansas has come home
to help his father in the restaurant.
George Dietsch of Hastings came
Friday for a visit with his parents. His
father has been poorly for some time.
You would not delay taking Foley’s
K'dney Remedy at the first sign of
kidney or bladder trouble if you realiz
ed that neglect might result in Brights
disease or diabetes. Foley’s Kidney
Remedy corrects irregularities and
cures all kidney and bladder disorders.
A Religious Author's Statement
For several years I was aillicted with
kidney trouble and last winter 1 was
suddenly stricken with a severe pain in
my kidneys and was confined to bed
eight days unable to get up without
assistance. My urine contained a
thick white sedimeDt and I passed
same frequently day and night. I com
menced taking Foley’s Kidney Rem
edy, and the pain gradually abated and
finally ceased and my urine became
normal. I cheerfully recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy. Kerr’s
IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR RICH
ARDSON COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
#J. II Brinegar, real name
John II. Brinegar, Plaint iff.
Pont Boerner, Amelia Boolean,
Emanuel Bedard, Defendants.
The above named defendants non-residents wilt
take notice that on December 22, 1908, plaintiff
filed his petition against said defendants in the
district court of Richardson County, Nebraska,
the object of which is to quiet the title to lots 1,
2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, lo, 11, 12,13, 14, 15, 16, in block
58, in Uoalean's and Bedard's addition to the
city of Rulo, and to exclude each of you from
any interest therein. You must plead to said
petition on or before February 22, 1909, or the
allegations of the petition be taken as true and
decree rendered accordingly.
John H. Bkinegak. Plaintiff.
Keavib & Reavis, attorneys for plaintiff. 4t*—4
A Timely Notice From the Council Bluffs Remedy Co.
On account ot the method that is being practiced by unscrupulous competition, we here
in challenge any Stock hood or Remedy Company in the County, to make a test with us.
\\ e will go into any herd, and cut out 20 head of the culls, and will then give our competitor
the privilege ol selecting 10 best out of the lot, we will take the remaining 10 head and
guarantee to produce as much tat with S bushels ot corn as you or lie can with 10 bushels,or
lose S200 in ten weeks test.
Gentlemen this means business. It you have what you claim, the same goods only
under a different brand, come out and prove it to the farmer.
1 he above statement ought to prove the value of our goods. When we can p roduce r.s
much fat with 8 bushels of corn as you can with ten, we immediately become a lenef r'V
to you, by increasing the earning power of the corn. Besides that we protect you rga'n
the terrible death loss.
^ e guarantee to save 75 per cent ol any herd we tieat or the goods will cost you noth
ing. Gentlemen, can you afford to be without this protection when the Government re
ports show that the loss of hogs in this state alone amounts to more than a million dollars
Bo you want to help to make up this loss? Certainly not. Then let us protect you.
We have an honest medicine of genuine merit, it cures when cure is possible. While
you are growing hogs you have but one object in view that of making money, and when we
stand ready to go into a ten weeks test, backed up with a guarantee of Two Hundred
Dollars, deposited in any bank, that our Remedy will do as claimed, it certainly proves that
we have got value in our goods, and you cannot afford to be without them,
C. A. MAJOR Of Falls City, Nebraska, is our Local Agent, and will be glad to give you
further information. See him and investigate.
Council Bluffs Remedy Co.
Manufacturers of Stock Remedies, Not Food
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