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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1909)
The County in General
The “Doings” of Our Country Friends
Miss Floy Stotts spent Sunday with
home folks in the country.
C. D. Gentry of Stelia made this his
pin e o! business ln-t week.
Fred Kinton “pent Sunday at the
Stotts home in the country.
J.m Titus of Nemaha visited rah*
tires here one day last week.
M. Weiek and wife -pent Sunday
with Kmmett Shaw nnd w ife.
Vhas. Bacon and wife of Beatrice Is
cr,joying a visit with friends.
Thomas Smith of Auburn made this
eis plaie of business last week.
D. C. Simmons and wife of Salem
visited here the first of last week.
John Ahern and wife entertained
company from Falls City on Sunday.
.Mr. Spoeth and wife are now enter
ta.cing the former’s parents from Kear
Chas. Shulcnberg and wife were the
guests of relatives at ltarada last Sun
Joe Harper of Auburn visited old I
friends here the latter part of last
Marion Krug and wife now occupy
the Harvey Thompson property on Kim
)r. Stong and wife of liurada were
the guests of t lias. Kelt and wife Wed
llrs, W. \V lame- visited lier son,
Dr. James and wife at Stella a few days
Several of our young people spent
last Sunday on the banks of the Mis
!. M. Weddle ha- returned from a
vis.! with Ills son Walter and family at
The dance given by our young people
«n Shu berths Hall Saturday evening
was a good success.
i’rof. Howe of Peru accompanied the
young ladies here who gave the eon
cert on Friday evening.
Mr. Worroll, who has been visiting
Mr Dalby, the printer, left for Lin
< i tlie latter part of last week.
C yde Hill left during the week for
Salem, where he took charge of the
Salem Index. Wo wist) him success.
.other's Day services at tin* Chris
ts..: 'hureh on Sunday were well at
tcr.icd and tile sermon enjoyed by all. |
P. Lilly and wife, are rejoicing over
tin arrival of a line baby hoy who came I
to make its home with them on May >. j
Homer Watkins and wife are the
proud parents of a fine ha by girl which
came to gladden tin ir home the dot of
Frame ISruuuiii aid wife, formerly of
this place, but now of Beatrice, arrived
here last week for a visit with old I
ft nils and relatives.
The ladies" literary club met at the
home of Mi s. J. L. Dalby on Saturday
afternoon, where a general good time
was bad bv all. Dainty refaesbinenis
, The ladies octette fiom Peru, which
came clown on Friday evening and gave
a splendid concert in Shubcrts Hull
w„s attended by a lurgo audience and
ul, were more than delighted.
The, many friends of Mr. and Mrs
. N. Celglazler are moru than pleased
to have them buck after spending the
« i:',t in California. [kittle Dale
.lei a grandchild, aecompanletl the:"
0. ' "ir trip,
t i i lls Downs of Portland, Oregon, is
1. t ie visiting relatives His daughter,
who has lieen staying with her grand
parents and attending our school, will
accompany him home, also Mrs. Guy
Wheeler, who is here visiting rela
I W Williamson s Letter
.lev. 1. \Y. Williamson. Huntington.
W.Va.. writes: "This is to certify that
I used Foley’s Kidney Kemedy for ner
vou9 exhaustion and kidney trouble j
and am tree to say that it will do all
that you claim for." Foley's Kidney ;
Kemedy has restored health and
strength to thousands of weak, run
down people. Contains n o harmful
drugs and is plsasant to take. Kerr's 1
George Clark and wife were in Kan
sas City a few days last week.
F. A. Bacon and family were at W.
J. Peake's Sunday afternoon.
Mr. end Mrs. Mims went to Falls
City in their new auto last week.
George Slater's family spent last
Sunday at the home of S. Fairbanks
May and Verna Lesley of Salem vis
ited their cousin, Myrtle Bacon, last
Dr. Houston of Falls City was calling
on his patients in this neighborhood
Ed- Erwin has purchased the Middle
burg hall and moved it back from the
road for a barn.
Andrew Duryea and family were
over from near Bern last Sunday the
guests of E. J- Duryea.
J. H. Hall was a Humboldt visitor
Clarenee Mayfield loft art wet k for
Mr- Dan Orjmth ar. * children have
Mrs. Wm. Ned row is quite sick at
Ik<; Allison of SJtruu-svihtj was in
Fred Heineman wa- a > our.ty seat
Tom Wilkerson of iiaw-on was on
our street- Monday.
Waliee < ulley of Ohio township was
on our slrct ts recently.
liorn To Homer Watkins aqd wife
Thursday, May ii, a bov.
Messrs, Shrader and Hardon were
eiunty seat visitors Friday.
C. and A. .1. Ileln/.elman were haul
inc logs to the saw mill Monday.
H. .1. 1‘riehard of Ohio township was
in town Friday in his automobile.
Edna Parsons was home from Peru
for a few days visit with her parents.
Joe Batman of Stella was the guest
| of .1. \V. Collins the first of the week.
John Oswalt of the county *oat was
in town on busines the first of the
T I,. Hall left Erfdav afternoon for
Lincoln and from there he will go to
Mrs. Clair Column had the pleasure
of entertaining her sister from Stella
Will Otto was on the market at Kan
sas Oitv with a ear of hogs Thursday
of last week.
If P, Veaeh and son were on the
market at Kansas City Wednesday with
a ear of hogs.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jones is helping care
for Mrs. Dan Griffith who is very ill
with the measles.
Mi-s .1 tilia Eraucnfelder was the guest
of her cousin, Ethel l’arehen of Fulls
Walter Clark and grandmother, Mrs.
Steedam left Sunday for a visit with
relativis in Iowa.
Mr. Hart of ^ulem was in town Sat
urday with a new make of oil stove for
which he is agent.
Clair Colniun and wife attended the
dedication of the new Christian church
at Humboldt Sunday.
James Ayers and J. II. Hall went to
Kails City Monday afternoon in the
f inner's automobile.
Mrs, Hollar returned toiler home at
Reserve, Kalis., after a few days visit
with her daughter here.
Mrs. Bowman and son Disraeli lift
Tuesday morning for their new home
at Dallas, South Dakota.
Readier Cornell shelled and hauled
his corn Wednesday which he recently
purchased of 1! K Veaeh,
Mr. and Mrs. George Hall and baby
and Miss Gamma Hall drove to the
county seat Wednesday of last week.
A crowd of Kails Pity boys passed
through here Saturday enroute for
Humboldt to attend the basket Pull
Miss Gertrude hum was hostess to
the members of the Friends in Council
last Friday evening. Several of the
Kails City club were in attendance.
6h us Weaver, Walter Wadi and
James Ayers and families and Charley
Smith and Mable Griffith went on a
pleasure trip to Auburn Sunday after
noon in their autos.
What the Graduates
Girls want the pretty novelties
and dainty accessories and they
want them to come from a deal
er whose say so is backed by
knowledge of quality.
This is a Jewelery Store that
keeps pace with the spirit of the
time. Customers never question
the quality nor the price.because
we've linked these essentials so
that a little judgment and atten
tion are alf that's necessary for
you to decide that this is the
Always in the lead--always the
J. A. Osburn made u trip to Lincoln
-i Bunker spent Friday with friends
Sam (lOOlsbp was a iiulo visitor last
Ethel VVilhoit visited last week with
Sim Burk was a Falls City visitor one
day last week.
I, . Carpenter was a Falls City visitor
J. Cu-tarson of U’ymore spent last
Friday in Ruin.
fl. H Hinton of Omaha spent the
other day Iiulo.
Leslie like visit d her parents at
Roy Williams visited «ith friends at
Dan Patrick spent Sunday with
friend- in Missouri.
ChHs. Ocomb and wife are the par
rents of a baby girl.
Lew Schuller visited his mother here
the lirst of the week.
Mrs. J. A. Hinkle was a St. Joseph
visitor the other day.
Agnes Schrader came home recently
to spend her vacation.
Preen Goolsby was a business visitor
to St. Joseph Saturday.
I. U. Murdock and dim Ford spent
Friday at the log lake.
John Tackett was a Falls City visitor
Wednesday of last week.
Hannibal Harrison is working at
bricklaying in Falls City.
Clarence Simon of St Joseph visited
his parents here recently.
lid Roubiadoux of Kansas was a llulo
visitor one day last week.
Mrs. Boles went to Kansas City Sun
day to visit her daughters.
(ins iioehmo of Atchison visited with
his parents here lust week.
H. I‘eckinbaugh and wife of Kansas
visited llulo friends reeentiy.
Mrs. Emma Kern was a Falls City
visitor Thursday of last week.
Fred Heikes of Kansas visited with
Jeff Gilbert’s family last week.
Alice and N’ettie O’.Mara visited with
Mrs. Arthur Darveau last week.
Frank Van vaulkinberg has arrived
from Denver to visit home folks.
Mrs. Will True was a business visitor
to Falls City the last of the week.
.lake Cotton visited with his family
at Fortrscue the first of the week.
E. Cook of Craig was transacting
business in this city the other day.
A. C. Graves and wife of Preston
spent one day of last week in llulo.
Mrs. Tom Hays went to Pawnee City
one day last week to visit relatives.
Mrs. Bessie Brinegar is replastering
and improving her home this week.
John Dunn was a business visitor to
Hie county -eat tlie last of the week.
Frank Simon and J. Caverzagie were
Falls City visitors one day last week.
Kimer Arn ild and family of Kansas
visited relatives in this city reeentiy.
Mrs. flurry Bradford of Wymore vis
ited llul.v friends a few days last week.
Hay Winterbottom came up from S'.
Joseph Sunday for a visit to bis folks.
Grandma True arrived from I'nion
Friday to visit her son Will and family.
Mrs. Devi Wells and children visited
with Win. Johnson and family last
Mrs, Maudeville and daughter of
Fargo were llulo visitors one day last
John Randolph is enjoying a visit
from his daughter and children of Su
Mrs. Lizzie Plumb returned to her
home in Lee Summit the latter part of
Will Craig and children of Kansas
spent several days last week with Kulo
Mrs. A. L. Peek and two children of
Blue Spriugs are the guests of Charles
Best and wife.
T. K. Calvert of Chicago was looking
rfter the Burlington's interests here
Thursday of last week.
Mrs. dames Hosiord and Katie Kloe
fel of Falls City, spent one day last
week with K ilo friends.
1 tuth Kanalv returned to her work
iu Salem Wednesday after a several
days visit with home folks. .
Cecil Kanaiy came down from Salem
Tuesday to be present at the marriage
of her brother Wednesday.
Ella Carpenter returned last week to
the St. Joseph Business Collrge after a
two week’s visit with Kulo friends.
Judd Carpenter returned recently
from a Colorado trip, where he pur
chased three hundred acres of land.
The steamboat tl. W. Lyon passed
up the river Sunday evening and tied
up for the night north of the bridge.
Fred Stewart came in from Syracuse
Sunday. After spending a few days
here he will go to St. Joe to visit rela
Mrs. Archie Kelley and two children
went to Pawnee last week to join ht r
husband, where they will reside for a
Mesdames Henderson and Will Cun
ningham went to Kansas City Sunday.
Tney took part in the Curl Bus 'h cc -
c ;rt at Kailas City on the lOtfi.
Jame* Moonev u d a-iIe net of town
Celebrated the forty-ninth nut K'<-r-ary
o their marriage Tuesday of 'a-t wet k.
Their chi dren helped to cel d, ate the
Notice, of Rcferres Sale of Real
Not u*i* is herein given that In virtue of a
judgment in partition entered on the 3rd dav of
April, in an action pending in the district
court of Richardson ('minty, Nebraska, if!
which William F. Leslie is plaint iIf. a ml Kmily
Leslie. John Leslie, and Kmma Leslie his wife,
Sarah J. Bartlett, and William Bartlett her
husband* Henry C. Leslie and Brace Leslie his
wife. Anna K< asoner. ami Rulla Reasoner her
husband. Victoria Nettleback. ami William
Nettl. back her husband. Kliza Kenton, and
Hin» L. Kenton her husband. Angeline Crew s,
and Clarence Crews her husband, Ira M. and
Herbert B. Howe, John M. Lewis, M. F. Blau
chard. Fred Khrke, and T. L. Wilderman, Buy
K. Taylor and William Shook, administrator of
tin* estate of Henry Leslie, deceased are defend-|
ants, ami in pursuance of an order directing tin* |
sab* of the premises entered in said cause April
the 3rd, BW). and in pursuance to an order of
sale issued out of said court, in said cause, on
the 14111 of April, WU. the undersigned referee
in partition in said action, will offer for sale, at
public auction,and Hell to the highest bidder for
cash, on the 17th da\ of May, I'hVL sale com
mencing at 2 o’clock p. in., of said day at the
west front door of the court house, in Falls City
in said county, the following described real
estate, tow it: The south lit) acres in the south
west quarter of section number seventeen 117!
township three f31. north-range sixteen (loBalso
tin* north half I B I of the northwest quarter, of
section twenty Uni. township three [3l, north of
range sixteen 1 If*I, all in Richardson County,
Nebraska, The purchaser takes the real estate
free of widow's dower.
hated April 15tli, 1W.
13-51 A. K. Scotr, Referee.
Special Master's Sale
IN Nil. < I III’l IT COl KT OKTItl: I NITIUI
STATUS, FOll Fill. DISTLSI* T OK NI’
iluliu T. Warren, roiiipluiQaut.
.lames \V. llosford.et al. .defendant s in Chancery.
FOltKCt.OHURE O* MoliTOAtlK
Public notice iH hereby given that in pursuance
and by virtue of decrees entered in the above
cattse on the 25th day of November, IW02, anil
April C», lWHI, I. (Jeo. 11. riiumittel. Special Master
in Cliancery of the Circuit Court of the l nited
States for the District of Nebraska, will, on the
21th day of May, I'.ni'.i, at the hour of 1110 o’clock
in the forenoon of said day at the west front door
of the Kichardson County court house building
in the city of Falls City, Kichardsoti County,
State and District of Nebraska, sell at public
auction for cash the following described proper
ty, towit: Dot No. four (i) in block No. six ill);
h»ts No nine, ten. eleven and twelve 0, 10, 11 and
12 in block No. thirty < ?■' and lot No. fourteen
tilt in block N«>. forty-three 12 in Knlo proper,
in the County of Kicliardsoii, State of Nebraska.
, (iEo. H. THFMMEL,
Special Master in Chancery.
Smyth A Smith, Solicitors for Complainant.
| First publication Apr. at! 5ts|
There s one thing in town
that people can't help but
talk about. It’s
BraiHuy & Vroomaii Paint
There as good as the best,
and better than many, and
they’re guaranteed to give
Better come in and talk
PAINT to us.
iWMi I kin's
Opposite Postoffice Falls City, Neb.
| C. H. MARION i
| AUCTIONEER. $
J* Sales conducted in 1
X scientific and busi- 2
nesslike manner x
| C. H. MARION |
| Falls City, Nebraska |
in reading matter that your
money can buy is your local pa
per. It keeps you posted on the
doings of the community.
will tell you the things you want
to know in an entertaining way;
will give you all the news of the
community; its every visit will
prove a pleasure; it gives more
than full value for the price
asked for it. j
O'. IT,. rnr~,^C
To be Found Here:
Lowe Bros.’ Paint
Pittsburgh Electrically Welded Fencing
Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods
Alaska and White Frost Refrigerators
Call Our Tinner Before the Spring Rains
J. G. TANNER
Falls City Nebraska
Qm> F>est f3anl(
We refer, of course, to this one, and knowing the superior facil
ities we have to offer, we unhesitatingly make the statement that
every man, woman and child in this community who has anything
to do with money should have an account with us. Certainly a
modest statement, you say, and we agree with you because we know
of no legitimate argument against it. Let us analyze a little a' <1
see where we are. No better set of officers and directors could be
assembled than are in charge of this bank’s affairs. All men of
highest standing, all financially re-ponsible, all men whose word
and bond poss< ss equal value. Nothing which could be offered you
in any financial ins itutioti in America is lacking here, because dol
lar for dollar no bank anywhere is any safer than ours. We solicit
business on merit only, and can offer you value received every time.
If you have not already done so we ask you to establish relations
with this Dank at once and we are very sure that they will be long
The Farmers’ State I5ani<
. YOU WILL SHANE OUR PNIDE
in dental work if you have need of our
services and avail yourself of our ski!:,
experience and facilities. We don't do
half way work—it’s all or nothing with
us. as many people know to their own
great gratification. Mote, please, that
we make no charge for expert examin
i i)R. YUTZY
BERT WIN OLE, t). 1). S„ Assistant
Falls City, Nebraska
Try The Tribune for Job Work!
Miss Lizzie Reitland, a gradu
ate of the Weltmer School of
Magnetic Healing, of Nevada,
Mo. I am prepared to treat dis
eases of all kinds- Phone 27''.
Located at Mrs. Burris’ residence
south of the convent. 4t
i: D. S. TlcCarthy *
:: DRAT AND
] | Prompt attention given
\ | to the removal of house
' ‘ hold good?.
PHONE NO. 211
EDGAR R. MATHERS
Phones: Nos. 177, 217
Sam'l. Wahl Building
| R I ■*. ROBERTS
Office over Kerr’s Pharmacy
Office Phone 260 Residence Phone 271
Practice in Various Courts.
Collections Attended To.
Notary Public. FALLS CITY
DR. C. X. ALLISOX
Phone 248 Over Richardson County
FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
Tr. lot—St. Louis Mail and Ex
press .1:23 p. m*
Tr. 106—Kansas City Exp.. 3:41 a. m.
Tr. 132 x- -K. C.local leaves. .7:30 a. m.
Tr. 13* ,\ Falls City arrives 9:00 p. rc.
x Daily except Sunday
Tr. 103—Nebraska Mail and Ex
press. ...1:52 p. m,
Tr. 105—Omaha Express... .2:23 a. m.
Tr. 137 x—Omaha local leaves 1 15 a m.
Tr. 131 x—Falls City local ar
x— Daily exceut Sunday
Local Frt. Trains Carrying Passengers
Tr. 102x—To Atchison.11:10 a. m.
Tr. 191 x—To Auburn.1:23 p m.
J. B. VARNER. Agent
Xo. 13 Denver Exp.1:59 a. m.
Xo. 15—Denver Exp. (Local).1:43 p. m.
No- 43—Portland Exp.10:17 p. m.
No. 41—Portland Exp.2:29 p. m.
No. 121—Lincoln Loc. via Ne
braska City.5:00 a. m.
No, 14- St. .)., K. C. & St. F.. .7:41 a. m.
No. 44—St. J., K. C. «V St. L .
(Local).11:02 a. m.
Xo. 16—St. J„ K. C. & St. L. .4:30 p. in.
No. 42—St. J., Iv. C. & St. L. .7:00 p. n-..
No 122—From Lincoln, via
Nebraska City.S:45 p. m.
E. G. IVhitford, Agent.
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