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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1909)
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
240 acres well improved. It rr.i'• » f- -n Depot in Kjs, Good spring. Best of terms. Will take
40 acres as part payment, balance lor.c time at low interest.
200 acres I'A miles from depot, ftlthardson county, Nebraska. Good buildings and land Will
take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
100 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.
(140 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take 160acres a? part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Money to loan
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
( eorge yulck Is on the sick list,
juries Stump of Kalis City wa« here
Mrs. Hewitt went to Auburn Sunday
to visit a sister.
. II. Chaney was hom< fioro Lincoln
a taw days this week.
Hey. Ogden of Bethany preached at
the Christian Sunday.
V. W, Marts of Auburn wa» in town
this week on business.
Weddle of Sbubc-rt wits in town
Thursday on business.
Walters of Cook wus visiting rela
tives here the past week.
Mrs. S. Weddle went to Verdon Sat
in lay lor a visit with friends.
MrsrHewitt of Washington wa- here
the past wc-k visiting her parent-.
Mrs. Avery of Pawnee visited her
- star Mrs. Tomlinson the past week.
A ten pound hoy '"as born to Joe
Mason hihI wife east of town Sunday.
< . II Timerman and A. J. Baldwin
were business visitors in Auburn Mon
I.loyd Warne and C. t >. ijuery went
to Dawson Friday with a hunch of
1. K. Keirners made u trip to Kails
City Sunday on ills motor cycle in 10
VV. Harris and J. L Suver shipped
two cars of cattle tv) Kansas City
.. L. Davison returned from Tren
t< ■> , Mo., where lie had been attending
»: auctioneers school.
. rank Weller who i- attending the
.•late university came home Saturday
.'are for his father.
Harney ShotTerd will move with his
air.illv Into the .1. W. Summer house
»»#* of town this week.
The W. <>. \V lodge decided to liave
a hall of their own and htive routed a
room in the Clark building.
\Y. A Vandeveer and wife left Sun
day for Creighton, Xob.. where tIcy
• HI m ik < their home in the future.
Mrs Avery and daighter left Tues
day for their home in Pawrec after u
r with her .sister Mas. Tomlinson
< • II. Tlmerman added another 10
w res to his farm this week wienie
bought the .1 \Y. Summer place for
t If 00.
Junlle Nomhalal# who h n s been
fca >hing school in Colorado returned
F'rlday and will farm his father- place
Vhe coming year.
y.im Weddle who rented the Harris
f.r. ei south of town the past week gave
if i'!1 to his father and brother who vvi'l
tei;.' ,.i ir.rp 0f tjio p’aee.
A11 To Pods was here the past
v*’ visiting her parents before ei
l ■- -g rpon I cr new duties in the Ne
i'i- - i Asylum of Po HHnd,
T ie band boy; of th's place have lots
rerve and they nionn to stay with it.
Ti-cy met Tuesday evening ai d reor
cnttl/ed for the eonPng yeur.
Y \V. KaMenmunc left Monday for
Frankfort. Kan , where he will take
charge of a lumber yard. Hi* family
wi!! remain here for a few days and
then will follow.
Jacob Stoll/, and wife of Chicago
•ere Imre the past week visiting rela
tive# They are on their way to Twin
FaT#. Idaho, where the former's
brother ll/.ra is farming.
C C. and L. G.Faokell arrived Wed
nesday from their years stay at Cho-1
tcaa, Mont. They proved up on their :
homestead# and will engage in the im-1
plement business here with their fath
«r. They report conditions favorable
there for a man to get a foot hold.
Pneumonia Follows LaCrippe
Pneumonia often follow? lagrippe
Jut never follows the use of Foley's
Honey ami Tar, for lagrippe coughs
and deep seated colds. Refuse any but
the genuine in the yellow package.
The above is the name of a German
chemical, which is one of the many
valuable Ingredients of Foley’s Kidney
Remedy. Hexamethylenetetramine is
recognized by medical text books and
authorities as a uric acid solvent and
antiseptic for the urine. Take Foley's
Sidney Remedy as soon as you notice
any irregularities, and avoid a serious
®a!ady. Kerr’s Pharmacy.
Grandma Lewis is quite ill.
Will Hoppe of Stella was here Fri
Jon Harper of Auburn wa- here this
, *IJorn to Joe Watton and wife a girl
Hen Marker of Auburn was here dur
lng the week.
Jim Morris of Stella was on our
The little child of Joe Watten and
wife is very sick.
Mrs. Tom Spence of Falls < ity is the
guest of friends here.
Mrs. Lizzie Coglazaer of Stella is
visiting relatives here.
I). G. Fainter and family are prepar
ing to move to Stella.
Fd Shubfert of Verdon spent the
week with relatives here.
Hire McNulty of Table Ko"k -pent
Sunday here with friends.
Several from here attended t h e
Cline sale at Httrada on Monday.
bred Coglazier went to Arago Mon
day to look after his store there
Alonzo Harmon arrived home from
liis visit at Tecuraseh this week.
Walter Kewls and K. C. Riggs were
visiting friends near Salem recently.
Ross Klnton and wife iroved to their
farm north of town during the week.
Mrs, I,. M. Weddle is still very sick
and hopes of her recovery are growing
The revival ut Hie M. 10. church is
still in progress and much good is be
Fred Coglazier and Walter Weddle
were business visitors at Auburn on
Fred Klnton and wife now occupy
the properly recently vacated by Ross
Klnton and wife.
David Ward ha- rented the Fredrick
property and will take possession as
soon as some repairs are made.
The W. t) W. supper which wa- to
have been Thursday evening was pos
poned until some time in the near fu
" alter Weddle and wife arrived
Monday from Curley, Neb., being call
ed by tin* serious illness of the formers
C R. Kluger, the jeweler, lOfiu Vir
ginia live., Indianapolis, Ind . writes:
"I was so weak from kidney trouble
that I could hardly walk a hundred
feet Four bottles of Foley's Kidney
Rcnvdy cleared my complexion, cured
my backache and the irregularities
disappeared, and I can now attend to
business every day, and recommend
Foley’s Kidney I lo medy to al! sufferers j
as it cured me after the doctor- and
other remedies had failed " Kerr’s
Mrs Olive Kukor wa- quite ill la-t
W. S McGowan wa- in Shubert
George and Tom Shaffer of Shubert
were here Monday.
V . M. Strieker is suffering flora a
severe abce-s on his neck.
Hr. Van Osdel reports a son born
dan. 'll to Moses Harr and wife.
li. H. Woodring und family will
move onto a larm six miles south soon. !
Sam Cain ha* moved in the rooms on 1
the second floor of the Allen building.
Rev. Rouen of Verdon is assisting
Kev, Lehman in revival meetings at1
The deputy sheriff was up from Falls
l itv Monday subpoenitig witnesses for
the Nixon trial.
Walter Morehead finds plenty of
work repairing windmills as there were
nineteen wrecked during the last weeks
A number of articles have been
found and left at the post office, among
them a very pretty lamp mat. and
Galen Elder called upon Dr. Van
Osdel last week to have a tumor re
moved from'his seal]). This was suc
cessfully done and the patient is doing
Foley’s Orino Laxative cures con
sumption and liver trouble and makes
the bowels healthy and regular. Orino
is superior to pills and tablets as it
does not gripe or nauseate. Why take
anything else? Kerr's Pharmacy.
Mr. Maun wont to Hildreth Monday.
Arthur Darvean went to Lincoln last
Mr. Perry of Lincoln was here last
John Kanaly was a St. Joe visitor
A. C. Graves was a St. Joe visitor
Win. Smith of Shickley spent Sun
Jim Mooney was a Falls City visitor
S. W. Cunningham went to St. Joe
Mrs. Taylor was a Falls City visitor
Mr. Fisher was a White Cloud visitor
Mrs. Hopkins was an Atchison visi
Dr. Henderson was a Preston visitor
Sum Goolsby went to St. Joe on busi
ness last week.
L B. Murdock was an Atchison visi
W. J Cunningham was a St. Joe
visitor last week.
George Peabody was a Falls City
George Ocomb was a Lincoln visitor
one day last week.
Morris Jones of Hiawatha was a vis
itor here Tuesday.
Charlie Hodge and wife are the pa
rents of a baby girl.
Mrs. Will Morehouse was a Falls
City visitor Monday.
John Mann of White Cloud was a
visitor here Saturday.
Della Martin was quite sick last week
but is able to be up again.
Mr. Fredric the line man of Wymore
had business here Friday.
Ferd lloehme of Atchison is visiting
his parents here this week
Mr. Flshire of lowaFoint has moved
into the John White house.
Sym Burk and daughter Bessie were
Falls City visitors Tuesday.
Mr. Fulton and family moved to
Narea, Kansas, Wednesday.
Mrs. John Anderson visited with
relatives In Kansas last week.
Cecil Kanaly returned to Salem Sun
day after a visit with home folks.
George Boerner came down from
Violet to spend Sunday with his family.
An infant of Abe Liberty and wife
died Friday and was buried Saturday.
Mr. Gilbert and wife and Mr*. John
Young were Falls City visitors Tues
Steve Cunningham shipped a car of
cattle to Kansas City one night last
Mr*. Dennis McCarthy of Falls City
was here last week to lie with her
Mrs. Lambert and little daughter ar
rived from Western Nebraska Tuesday
to visit relatives.
Mrs. Will llartlet of Falls City at
tended the funeral of Grandma Me
Wain here Sunday.
Mrs. Jessie Roland died of consurap
t on lu»t Friday night and was buried
Mrs. Ribbe. mother of Mrs. Holly
Rector, died suddenly Sunday. The
funeral was held Wednesday.
H, A. Scott has leased his hotel to
Mr. Morehouse and has moved into one
of Mrs. Swenforth’s houses.
Mrs. Durfee has been quite sick for
George Wintz spent Sunday with
Ed Hackman of Rulo was in this vi
There will be a protracted show
here all next week.
Dan and Pearl Wagoner were Palls
City shoppers Monday.
E. J. Durfee was in this vicinity
looking after business last week.
Quite a number of our farmers have
been butchering their winters
John Neidecker and sister Annie of
Ft. Hazel attended the box supper at
Mr. Grumps who has been on the
sick list for an extended time is on the
road to recovery.
There was a dance given at the Red
man hall Wednesday night. A large
crowd was in attendance.
There was a box supper given at
district 26 under the supervision of
Miss Mary Haunks. A large crowd
Charley Zentner spf nt last week in
O A. Hark returned home from Ilu
Harry Woods spent Sunday with
Ethel Peek spent Wednesday with
John Schuler was a guest of Will
I Horstrnan Tuesday.
Ferre! Dragoo spent Tuesday night
with Elsie Huettner.
Guy and Albert Burk spent Tuesday
with John Hutchison.
Mrs. Frank Shaffer was on the sick
list the first of the week.
Ethel Peek was a guest of Domia
Shaffer one day last week.
Frank Cook and family spent Sunday
in Verdon the guest of relatives.
Graces McManus spent Thursday
night with Edna and Vera Shafl'er.
Mrs. Earl Clark and baby spent last
week with Edna and Vera Shaffer.
Delos Splckler and wife spent Wed
nesday with George Peck and wife.
Mrs. Will Bartlett went to Rulo Sun
day to attend th o funeral of her aunt.
.Mrs. Noah Peek returned home
Monday after two weeks spent in Falls
City earing for her mother who had
been quite ill.
II. J and George Prichard, Delos
Splckler and Guy Lichty and their
wives spent Sunday witli Chester
Stump and wife.
Perry ShalTer while at work in his
blacksmith shop cut the main artery in
one of his wrists. Dr. Greene was
called and ho is getting along nicely.
Jim Ayers was a Humboldt visitor
G'has. Weaver was a county seat visi
Claude Saylors and mother drove to
Falls City Monday.
Clyde Lum returned home from
Kansas City Friday.
Mita Helneman of Ta'tnage was vis
iting relatives here Sunday.
Fred Sebold of Falls City was here
Monday on business.
Mrs. Dr. Griffith of Fails City visited
relatives here last week.
Scott Saylor* was here from Falls
City Monday on business.
John Parkhurst and wife moved into
the Ilart property this week.
Monte Lum of Dodge City, Ks , is
visiting his parents here this week
Mrs. Swartz and children of Louis
ville have been visiting friends here.
Henry McNulty of Bern, Ks., has
been visiting relatives here the past
Amret [fart and Chloe Wilkinson
visited relatives at Shubert Wednes.
The telephone gang of Falls City
have been repairing the line here this
Mrs. Fraker and daughter Mrs. Ball
of Hobart, Okla., are visiting relatives
Mrs. Fred Gibson and son returned
Sunday front their visit at Nebraska
Mrs. Goldie Yoder came up from
Fall# City Monday on a visit to rela
Joe Parsons and son and Clarence
Mayfield were Falls Ci*y visitors Wed
Chris Jorn, Henry Corn and Warren
Douglas attended lodge at Dawson
Misses Imler and Bill ot Shubert at
tended the teachers association here
Mrs. Joe Smith and daughter re
turned from their visit at Nemaha
Mesdames Lee Hart and Harriett
Otto and Miss F.thel Cook were Stella
Mrs Yredenburgh of Kingfisher,
Okla.. was called here by the death of
her sister Mrs. Kiel.
Foley’s Honey and Tar clears the air
passages, stops the irritation in the
throat, soothes the imflamed mem
branes. and the most obstinate cough
disappears. Sore and imflamed lungs
are healed and strengthened, and the
cold is expelled from the system. Re
fuse any but the genuine in the yellow
package. Kerr’s Pharmacy.
Brood Sow Sale
I will offer at Chapman's Sale Pa
vilion. Falls City, Neb.. 25 Duroc
Jersey Bred Sows, on Saturday.'
Feb. 20. Write for catalogue.
F W WITTROCK. |
Jake Vanler of DuBois was in town
A son was born to Walter Legg and
wife on Monday.
A little son was born to George
j Creed and wife last week.
A1 Brian and W. Watts moved in
| from the country the past week.
Mrs. Ayde’.ott and son returned
1 Thursday from a visit in Lincoln.
O. G Hunter and family are spend
ing the week with Lincoln friends,
i Jo=. Krasney of Maryville, Ks.. was
here this week visiting his brother.
George England and wife left Tues
day for their future home in Kansas.
W. A. Cummins of Ph'llipsburg, Ks ,
was here this week visiting relatives.
Mrs. A1 Creed and Mildred Jones re
turned Sunday from a visit at Red
Mrs. Cora Boss and daughter left
last week for Denver where they will
make their home.
C. M. Snoke left the past week for an
extended visit with relatives at his old
home in Pennsvlvania.
Alvin Gingrich is commencidg the
erection of a cottage on lots in the
south part of the city.
B. F. Furrow and family are making
plans to move to Kansas in a few weeks
having purchased land there.
Frank Power and Len Green went to
Rulo Monday and returned with a
bunch of sheep for Power Bros.
John Williamson and family left this
week for their future home in Omaha.
Mr. Williamson has accepted a position
as traveling salesman for Hayden Bros.
Mrs. George Grinstead who had been
visiting her parents here returned
Thursday to her home at Maitland,Mo.
Chas. Sumner is now landlord at the
Central hotel. Mrs.Davidson formerly
in charge of the hotel left this week
for Falls City.
Howard Snoke and wife left the past
week for LaHarpe. Ks , where they
will reside on a farm Mr. Snoke pur
chased last fall.
George Segrist and Arthur Freeman
have returned from their trip to Dallas,
S. D , both were favorably impressed
with the country: and the former ex
pects to return to that locality in the
Fred Arnold arrived Monday from
Grand Island, where he has been at
tending college. He has been chosen
pastor of the local Baptist church for
the spring and summer, leaving in the
fall to continue his ministerial studies
in New York.
Val Penzer this week purchased the
city dray hue from H. F. Smith and is
now in charge of the business. Mr.
Smith and family expect to locate in
Cleveland. Ohio, where he has pur
chased a barber shop.
Rev. Aydelott was in Chicago the
past week making arrangements to
tour the coming summer as a platform
speaker. He will also continue as pas
tor of the local Christian church at an
increase of $120 per annum.
Hoarse coughs and study colds that
may develop into pneumonia over
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar, and it soothes inflam
ed membranes, heals the lung-, and ex
pels the cold from the system. Kerr's ,
THE LOCAL LORE
Crowded off the Regular Local Cage
Lee Huston is very sick with
The ground hog seen his shad
Mrs. W. Willie was here from
Rob Kanaly and wife were here
from Humboldt Tuesday.
Jitn Livengood of Morrill, Kan.,
was in the city Wednesday.
Ed. F. Smith gave an invita
j tion dance at Wahl's hall last
David Ransom has returned
j from a visit to his old home ia
Mrs. J. F. Kenzie and Mrs.
Hart and daughter were here from
The Royal Highlanders initi
| ated another big class Tuesday
D. D. Davis, a Lincoln attorney,
was attending court here during
Don't forget the date of Hard
ing & Marshall’s cattle sale at
O. A. Burk attended the fun
eral of his aunt, Mrs. Julia Me
Wain at Rulo Sunday.
Don.t fail to attend the Aber
deen Angus Cattle sale at Hum
boldt, Tuesday, February 2f>.
Dr- Greene and wife were ini
tiated into the Eastern Star at
their regular meeting Tuesday
Miss Anna Ferrer, who has
been visiting her aunt. Mrs. Will,
returned to her home in Auburn
A baby girl was born to Mr,
and Mrs Harry Foehlinger at
McCook. Their many friends ex
Mrs. Tom Bliss came up from
St. Joe Wednesday to help care
for her daughter. Mrs. Georgii
Cummings, who is quite sick.
M. W. Harding and J. C. Mar
shall A Son offer a line lot of
Aberdeen Angus cattle for sale.
Read their ad on another page.
Cyril McCarty came down from
Omaha Wednesday and attended
the funeral of his grandfather.
James Murphy at Rulo yesterday.
Geo. W . Lytle of Topeka, Kan
sas, spent a short time in the city
at the home of George Albright.
He attended the funeral of Clum
Emmons at Tecumseh the first of
Duroc Jersey Brood Sows
We will sell at the farm of C. A. Cook, one mile north of the Sa
lem depot, three and one-half miles south of Verdon, eight miles
northwest of Falls City and nine miles southeast of Dawson, on
Tuesday, Feb. 9th, 1909
Commencing at 1:00 o'clock P M.
34 Head of Duroc Jersey Brood Sows
Consisting of SIX FALL YEARLINGS and TWENTY-EIGHT
SPRING GILTS, bred to strictly choice boars, and each and ev
ery one guaranteed safe in pig. This is without doubt the best
bunch of sows we have ever been able to offer They are large
and roomy: the prolific kind, with plenty of fleshing quality.
Come to this sale and be your own judge. Sale will be under
cover, and no postponment on account of weather. Crates will
be furnished only for hogs to be shipped. Write for Catalogue
TERMS OF SALE
Sums of $20.00 and under cash. On all sums over that amount
a credit of ten months will be given on bankable note, drawing
eight per cent interest from date of sale
I Free Warm Dinner at Noon i
ROY KISTNER, Auctioneer
C. H. MARION. Auctioneer
J. HALL, Clerk
C. A. COOK
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