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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1909)
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
240 acres we ' improved, i ■> i )epot in Kas. Good spring Best of terms. Will take
40 acres as part payment, balance long time Jt.luw interest.
200 acres 1 <j miles from depot. Hie ta: .v.uuty, Nebraska Good buildings and land Will
take 40 or SO acres as part payment
10O acres upland, 1 mile from depot. I- -r>Uon county, Nebraska. 512,000
100 acres Johnson county, Nebraska 4 ' s to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent.
10T acres near Brown vilie, Nebraska
SO acres *4 -mile from Falls* ity high »*.
040 acres, #8,000 improvements Ah * a ad joining. Will take 100 acres as part payment.
Fine running water. A No 1 opport tuty
THE COWERS AND COERS
.<(1 the n-iiular 1. I'.if .
Mrs. F. P. Page o; Dawson was
in tlie i itv Saturday.
Rill Houston visited relatives
. Nebraska Citv Sunday
Jolin Sayre was clown from
Mella on business Saturday.
l’rof. Tobie was in Hiawatha
Sunday on a visit to his parents
Mr- and Mrs. W. S. Lcvda re
turned Monday from a few days
stay in Kansas City.
Mrs- Robert Johnson of Super
t r is visiting her parents, Mr.and
Mrs, John Mosiman, sr.
George Marsh tame down front
Lincoln Monday to attend the
uneral of F. W. M iller.
Miss Kdna Vaughn returned
Monday from a visit to her sister
Mrs, Kd Young at Sabetha, Ks
Mrs. Harriett Able came down
Irum Sterling Saturday and is
visiting at the home oi John
Wm- Ramsey, wife and baby
*e turned home this week Irotn
drownville where they attended
a family reunion
Mrs. Mary Hlavaty was down
from Humboldt on business Mon
day. She was a guest at the
home of Wm. Iliggtns.
There was no school yesterday
ar today. The teachers left Wed
nesday lor Beatrice to attend the
district teachers association.
In Gov. Morrill's will which
■vas tiled at Hiawatha Friday he
ett the cemetery association at
that place the slim of $5,000.
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Humph rev
at the Verdun Vedette spent Sun
lay in this city at the home of
lieorge Abbott. They were pleas
'Jit callers at this office Moudav
Mrs. V. 1C. I Cmeisou and daUgli
tt‘ ■ Maree of \ erdon were shop
ping in the city Monday. They
• x ie».t to leave in a few days for
■:\.ts where the former has land
ICruest (lode and his estimable
aile arrived from Sterling this
weak and will again make their
oine in our midst. Their multi
ade of friends in this city extend
so them a hearty welcome. Mr.
.'lode has accepted a position with
Ma11Ik ws-Little Co.
Ur. W. 1C. Lyons anti wife are
in the city, having moved here
from Auburn. In last weeks pa
per we stated the doctor spent
five years in Kirksville studying
jsteopathv. We should have
stated, after attending college at
Kirksville, he lias spent five years
practicing in this State
Card of Thanks
Mrs. K. W, Miller ami family
desires to express their thanks to
.tie many friends and neighbors
rhoso kindly assisted them during
their recent bereavement.
Card of Thanks
W r fake iIns means uf i \jii<
i»g oar nipeert llmriks to oar
main fri.-tuJs who ao kindly Hr-.~i-.r
i ll iib during our recent bereave
'merit. 1M11. «nil Mn>. Uii.iiii:,
M(. Ai nbh Mi Kbi:.
VV. \\. Abbey is thorough] v in
formed regarding lit • unfinished
work the present council has in
operation. 11 is election will save
the citv some money and show
appreciation lor the many mid
night lights he has burned look
ing alter the city’s affairs.
Mrs. George Slieelev ol Salem
and her brother Kd Stains were
in the city Wednesday. The lat
ter was called from Salt Lake
City to attend the funeral of Im
father who was buried at Morrill
1C. V. Kauffman of the Syca
more Springs spent a part of the
week in the city in the interest of
the proposed road from Kails City
to Sabetlia. Kan.
Miss Mable Whitaker arrived
from Defiance, Arizona, to attend
the funeral of her sister Mis.Lila
DeKoin which was held at White
Mrs. 10*1. May will render a solo
at the morning service at the
Kpiscopul church Sunday. It
will be “The Palms" by Kause.
J. R. Williamson was down
lrom Humboldt on business Wed
nesdao. This office enjoyed a
Mrs. Fred Wilson and son Glen
of Mound Cityi was the guest of
Mrs, John llossack Wednesday.
Myrtle Yocatn and Inez Wach
tel came down from Peru to spend
a few days with their parents.
'1'. M. Draper was down from
Humboldt Wednesday. He was
a pleasant caller at this office.
Miss Bess Vincent came down
from Shenandoah Wednesday to
spend a few days in this city.
Misses May and Kate Maddox
and Mildred Holland are down
from Cincoln tor a few (lavs.
Henry label and wife returned
this week from an extended trip
Miss Minnie Baier of Weeping
Water is a guest at the home of
S. M. Chaffin of Humboldt was
the guest of his niece, Mrs. Geo.
Mrs. Stephen l’rior and daugh
ter Irene are visiting relatives at
Mrs. Jerry Kan is sntertain
ing relatives trom Sabetha tnis
Mrs. Milo Shields of Fairbury
is visiting relatives in this utv.
Mrs. Olive Klime of Humboldt
is visiting friends in this citv.
Prof. I la mack was up from
James Slocum was a St. Joe
ytb jalulcly Pure
The Only Baking Powder
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
—Made from Grapes—
A Guarantee of Pure,
Healthful, Delicious Food
Kerri Harlow spent a part of
the week at Tilrien. N ,
Neal Thornton was a business
visitor to Lincoln this week,
M. J. Clancy of Dawson, was
in the iitv on business Monday.
A1 Spear and wife moved this
week to the home of M Giannini,
i>. Soutorus was here irotn
Humboldt Wciinesdayon business.
Mesdantes John Ahern and John
Evans oi Shubert were in town
( I). C. Simmons and wife of
! Salem were business visitors here
Mrs. Cooper of Humboldt was
tlie guest of Mrs. M. L. Wilson
Miss Grace Maddox returned
this week Irom a visit to relatives
at Kansas City.
John W. Lionberger was down
from Humboldt Mondai, looking
after legal business
Miss Clra Kleber left Wednes
day for Lincoln to attend the
wedding of a cousin.
George Whitney of Lincoln
spent Sunday in this city at the
home of George Albright.
Mrs- E- J. Satterwhite and lit
tie daughter, were guests of, rela
tives in Salem this week.
Ed. Faloon returned Monday
afternoon from St. Joe where he
was transacting business
Mrs. Charles Weaver of Mer
cian. was the guest of Mrs. Jake
Bloom in this city Monday.
Henry Sandrock was a pleasant
caller at this office Wednesday
and renewed his subscription.
Mrs. K. A. Dittinar and daugh
ter Miss Celia, arrived this week
from an extended visit with rela
tives in the east.
J. H. Fritz, Kd, Irwin, Julius'
Hudapp and Frank Smith o!
Humboldt, were in the citv Mon
day on business.
Will Boyd has accepted a posi- j
tion in a barber shop at Hiawa
tha He will move his family to I
that place in the near future.
Mrs. James Cornell will leave
in a few days for Omaha where!
she will spend some time with j
her daughter. Mrs. N’elle Tinker, i
Miss Maggie Murphy who has!
been visiting her sister Mrs. 1>.
S. McCarthy, returned to her]
home at Rulo the first of the
John Higgens of the upper
meat market, has a very attrac
tive new delivery wagon. It is a
two wheel cart with a fine chest
Benjamin Slagle a n d Mrs.
Wilson Schock returned home
this week from Saratoga. Wyo.,
where they attended the funeral
of their sister.
Meeting For Men Only
There will be a meeting for men
only at the court house next Sun
day afternoon addressed by Hon.
A- G- Wolfenbarger of Lincoln,
who is one of the ablest orators
of the state and will hold an in
Ladies will not be admitted as
I every seat is wanted for the voters.
Many From Humboldt
Chris Hummel, John Snethen,
A1 Brunn.Walt Legg.John Tighe,
Chas. Atwood, Koscoe Anderson.
| I. E. Smith, Claud Linn, Wm.
Power, Chester Power. Henry
Funk, John Kalose. Clyde Lynch,
! H. T. Hull, Jas. Trimble. John
Holechek. J. L. Gandy, A. D.
I Murphy. Henry Kuper, James and
! Frank Sneathen, and Homer
Ilowe were among the Humboldt
people in town who were interest
ed in the drainage case before the
district court Wednesday.
Miss Kill Houston who is visit
ing relatives at Nebraska City
had a narrow esva-pe from being
killed Tuesday. She was out
riding in an automobile with Mr.
Kantz and on the road the ma
chine jumped a high bank into a
pond of water and Miss Houston
was caught under the machine
but Mr- Kantz escaped injury and
soon raised the macnine and res
cued tne young ladv, whose nice
spring suit was badly spoiled, but
aside from that, and the wreck
ing of the machine no one was
It's All On the Quiet
One of the best attractions that
will visit Falls City this season
will l>e Ralph Riggs, the eccen
tric comedian, in his new farcical
comedy, with music, ‘ It’s all on
the Oniet.” Mr. Riggs has al
most an entirely new company
this season, composed of clever
farceurs, singers and dancers.
All the specialties are new and
interesting. The entire scenic
environment is carried complete
hv the company. At the (lehl
ing theatre Wednesday, April 7.
Shot in the Foot
Herbert Helmiok aged 10 years,
shot himself in the foot with a 22
rille Sunday, making a painful
but not dangerous wound. He was
wearing rubber boots at the time,
and it is thought in carrying the
riHe lie caught it against the top of
the boot causing its accidental dis
charge. He was brought to the
office of Dr. Andrews to have the
wound dressed, and the bullet was
removed about .'i inches from where
it entered. Stella Press
Aldrich, the whiskey candidate
tor councilman in the second
ward, is telling voters in the east
part of the city, that to vote lor
him means an extension of the'
water system to their part of j
town. The fact is, regardless of
who is elected, the people on the
hill will get the extension as soon
as the city can possibly get to it.
'Will Sears and Mrs. Willard
Sears returned from Shenandoah
Monday night. They were ac
companied by little Maxine Vin
cent. who will spend some time
with her mother, Mrs. Klva Vin
cent in this city.
Henrv Sandrock has made some
substantial improvements on his
property he recently purchased,
lie now has nice upstair rooms
and has papered the inside and is
now treating the outside to a
coat of j aint.
Word was received from L. A.
Maust and wife who are visiting
in California, that they will re
turn home about May 1. They
will sell their property here and
and make their home in Califor
Mrs. George Crocker and two
children spent a few days in the
city at the home of the former’s
parents. N. B. Judd and wife.
They returned to their home in
l'awnec City the tirstof the week.
Mrs. Frank Greenwald and son
Alfred will leave Saturday for
their home at Deadwood, S. 1).
They have been visiting at the
home of the former's parents, A.
Kesterer and wife for some time.
Mr. Lvfordis a man of superior
business qualifications, and to
cast your vote tor him means that
you desire the affairs of the city
carried on in a businesslike man
Mr. and Mrs. Wilhite a n d
daughter, Mr*. Abner McKee,
were called to Kansas City Satur
dav>to the bedside of Jule Schoen
heit. who died Sunday.
Conference Makes Changes
Tit -tier: ■' Evangelical con
ic ren the minister Rev.
"h : i - '.a e and ynt
.1 to this city.
Res. A. Mat: was sent to the
Zion churc'. -t of here. Rev.
Shuman a;: wily have remov
ed to Lawrence. Kan., where
they will make their future home
Notice of Sale of Real Estate
In tit * matter «»• • »tmn of Edmond Me*
j Williams, gu.'c ’ .v ■ lieu jam in W. (list, a
■ spendthrift, for tea* ■ to sell real estate
Notice - h r-*t»y g > -a that m pursuance of an
order of John R a • :udge of the district
court of Richards, n i ’ . Nebraska, made on
the 21 st day or -r. 100?t, for the sale of
tie- real estate _• ■ tie scried. ;here will
t». sold at th • w. - • • of the court house in
Kails City, on : • 24- < d.ay of April, l**0i\at2
o’clock p. m.. at pub! - u lue to the highest
;11 el 4 *F ! he bu\ er,
one-lialf cash and * ue.murtb in one year and
one-fourth in t a > j jtrs. deferred payments t«>
draw six per cent the following de
scribed real estate, *> u The northeast quar
ter of the northw--? aru-r. th»* northwest
quarter of the northea*.- .arter. ami 12 acres
described as lot two, 2 the northwest quar
ter of the northwest quarter, also a tract of
land lying immediately south of lot 2, and de
scribed as follow*.. Beginning at the center of
the northwest quarter thence running west to
the center of the channel of the north fork of
the Nemaha river, thence in a southeasterly
direction down said channel to a point directly
south ot the point of beginning, thence running
north to the center of said nbrthurest quarter:
also beginning at a point in the public road at
the southeast corner of the northeast quarter of
the north west quarter, thence running west to
the center of the channel of the north fork of
the Nemaha i iver.thence following the channel
of said river in a southeasterly direction to the
center of said section thirty-one, ,31 thence
running north to the point of t>eginning:aiso,be.
ginning at the same point in the public road as
above mentioned, In on thence running east ti»
the center of the northeast quarter of said sec
tion 31, thence -*«»uth to the center of the chan- !
nel of the north fork of the Nemaha river,
thence up the channel of said river to the iron
bridge at Whitney'*.. thence west to the west
line of said northeast quarter, thejiee north to
place of beginning, all in section thirt v-oue,(31
in towtiihip two, 2’ north, of range fifteen, (15)
east of the nth I* M. u Richardson County. Ne
braska, and containing in the aggregate 123
acres, more or le>*.
Sale will remain open for one hour.
Bated this 31st day of March,
Epmond McWilliams, guardian of Binia
min w. tiist. spendthrift.
Jambs K. Lkypa. attorney f.»r applicant. 13-4t
Spring Oxfords !
We in vite vou to call
and see them.
THE H M. JENINE SHOE STORE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Wed nesd av r a I
A P R 1 L 1 in
the eccentric dancer and comediarr
Mr. Ralph Riggs
and cast of exceptional merit
“It’s All on
Farce Comedy with Music
Prices = 35c and 50c
We have just received a fine line of Spring
goods in which there are many new and beau
Come and sec our iine. We are sure you
will be interested.
A E. JAQUET
"The Old Reliable”
A Chance foraWise Farmer
\T' >W >pnng i.- at hand an i \ u are going
1 ^1 to need some Farming Machinery, w:
have tried to supply your wants and it wii:
certainly pay you to come ami see our immense
stock of good, which we will sell at a very close
margin. Our method of doing business is
known to everyone. If you have a "kick" a
eotn'in, don’t tell your neighbor, but tell us
and we will make it right.
We carry everything in the implement lint .
fr tn a gtaden hoe to a double-row lister.
We lead them all. Call and see our ga~
line engiues, from I b. p. to S b, p.
The way the 1. II. C. Manure Spreaders
are selling you cannot afford to be without one.
dust come in and look them over ami get our
For Wagons, Buggies and Surries we are
headquarters. We are expecting a car of new
spring styles in a few days and you can't afford
to miss seeing them.
We also sell Lightning Rods Protect
your house and baru; be wise and buy your
machinery and lightning rods from a reliable
firm. Yours for a square deal,
WERNER MOSIMAN & CO.
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