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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1909)
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
240 acres well improved, If miles from 15 n ' i;. Kdi Good spring. Rest of terms. W intake
40 acres as part payment, balance long time a' 1 w interest.
200 acres 1 !i miles from depot, Richards . county, Nebraska Good buildings and land Will
take 40 or HO acres as part payment
160 acres upland, 1 mile from depot, Rich sot; county, Nebraska, 512,000.
160 acres Johnson county, Nebraska. V ' * to church and school. Rest of terms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownville, Nebraska.
80 acres 'a-mile from Kalis City high sc
640 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 64 acre.* adjoining. Will take 160acres as part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Money to loan
THE FOLIOWING SERVICES
WILL BE HELD SUNDAY
These Notices are Prepared and
Handed in By the Local
GHKMAN KVA NO KMC AI. CHURCH.
0:45 n. m. Sunday school.
10:45 a. m. Sermon.
7:50 p.m. Young People Alliances
s p. m. Sermon
Prayer meeting Wednesday at S
Friday choir practice H p. m.
.1. H. Nans i mi a. Pastor.
ST. THOMAS CHURCH
7 50 a. m. Holy Comtnunion.
o.45 a. ni. Sundav School.
10:45 a. m. Morning Prayer and
7 50 p, m. Kvening Prayer and
tiuouoi. Li iti.k Niani:, Pastor.
Sunday school 0:45 a. m.
Preaching 10:45 a. m.
Junior lv and Mission Sab
bath school 2:30 p. m.
Y. P. A. meeting 0:50 p m.
1 ’reaching 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting W e d n e s d a y
7«30 p. in.
K' V. K. Cooi i k Haiu v, Pastor.
Sunday school 0:45 a. m.
Sermon 10:45 a. m.
t'hristian Kndeavor t.:30 p. m.
Sermon 7:30 p. m
Prayer meeting We d ne s d a v
7:30 p. in.
Why. R. R. Ti i ti K, Pastor.
Snmlav school '».4S a. m.
Public worship 10:45 a. in.
Junior League 2:50 j>. m.
Kpworth League t>:30 p. m.
Evening service 7:50 p. ni.
Prayer meeting W ,] n e s <1 a v
7:50 p. m.
Rv' . C. A. M im'in, Pastor
'<:45 a. in. Uible School.
11 a. m. Preaching service
Hv Prof. Oliver, as the pastor
will lie at Salem delivering the
class sermon lor the graduating
class of that place.
5 p. m Junior Endeavor
7 p. m. V. P. S. 0. E*
s a. m Hnccouleate sermon at
the auditorium, special music.
Come and bring vour friends.
The church tins month is in
preparation for the great evatigil
istic meeting in June. The pas
tor will commence the meeting
Slay 50th. in the church. The
cvangilisl will be here June t.tli,
to commence in the city auditor
E Ei.i.swokth Pay, Pastor.
The pastors of all the city
churches which have heretofore
united in a union baccalaureate
service, signed a resolution in
which they declared their belief
I that the graduating class should
worship with the church whose
pastor was to preach the sermon,
t'onseijuentl v the several churches
will hold their usual Sunday ev
The anniversary of the found
ing of the Kpworth League of
the Methodist church, will he ob
served Sunday, May H>. There
will be a t* a- in. sunrise prayer
meeting. The pastor will preach
to the Kpworthians at the morn
ing service on “Making a World
for Yourselves. At the devotion
al meeting, ‘‘The reception of
Regular Meeting Monday Evening
The WommiH Auxiliary to St.
Thomas church, met Monday ev
eniug with Miss May Maddox.
This was lie ir regular monthly
meeting and the usual amount of
business was transacted. Dele
gates were elected to attend the
annual meeting of the Womans
Auxiliary which will he held in
Omaha, May Is, at Trinity Cathe
dral. The delegates elected were,
Mrs. »). li, Wilhite and Misses
Clara Tanner and May Maddox,
llev. and Mrs. Neide will also at
tend the meeting.
DIED AT HUMBOLDT
Mrs Frank Marshall Died From
Mrs. Frank Marshall died at
her home in Humboldt, Friday
night, after an illness covering
a period of one hour. Her death
; was caused by heart failure and
j came as a shock to her numer
ous friends. She leaves a hits
j band, and six children ranging
in age from six to twenty-live!
years. The deceased was born
m I llinois forty seven years ago.
The funeral services were held
from the Christian church Mon
day afternoon and interment
made tit the cemetery at that
place The services were con-j
'ducted by Itey Aydelotte.
1 have for sale two of the best
farms in Kastern Kansas.
200 acre larm with six room
house. Marn 40x42 and a base
ment, hog shed, corn crib, chi
cken house, sixty acres in clover,
ninety acres hog tight, plenty of
water, good orchard, one-half
mile from church, six miles from
town. Price $42 per acre.
12o acre farm five miles from
town, good house and barn,
plenty of water, orchard, all
fenced. Price $33 per acre. For
full particulars address,
lv. F. 1). No 2.
Business Changes Hands
During the week a trade was
made whereby Fhner Heiser and
his uncle C. Heiser became the
owners of the Mettz livery barn,
and Jim Mettz gets the lower
' barber shop and the building
where the Walters pool hall is.
I The livery business will be under
the tirm name of Heiser \ Heiser.
Any Fountain Pen
will please the young graduate, but one of our CONK
LIN self-filling Pens will make him or her happy and
grateful to the giver forever.
For. in addition to the advantages of other Foun
Conklin's Self-Filling Fountain Pens
are easily and quickly filled, cleaned as easily as filled,
and has no loose parts to lose. In fact CONKLIN S
self-filling Pens are a perfect delight to the users.
A. E. JAQUET
“The Old Reliable”
THE COMERS AND COERS
«'r<,\Vi|t*«l off I ha lipjfulftf ljuoul Pagw
John Hall of Verdon was a bus
iness visitor at this place Mon
Walter and Lewis Banks of
Preston, spent Tuesday looking
alter business matters at this
J. D. Griffith of Verdon, was in
the city Tuesday and spent the
day with his daughter, Mrs. I).
Khkh 10c package Conkey’s
Lice Powder, also 25c Poultry
Book. Brink ad to C. A. Heck.
By mail 7c.
Mark and Jean Hargrave of
Wyinore, spent Saturday in this
city the guests of their uncle,
Miss Anna Mason closed a suc
cessful term of school and has re
turned to this city to spend her
Mrs. Bert Harpester of Burch
ard and hei sister. Miss Carrie
Neitzel of Preston, wereguestsof
Mrs. S. L- Martz Tuesday.
Carl Lippold has been on the
sick list several days this week.
It takes a. whole lot to make Carl
“squeal , but he did this time.
Klmer Kanaly returned the lat
ter part of the week from Gorden
Nebraska. He spent several days
at that place looking after busi
Miss Kthel and Sarah Hutch
ings went to Kansas City the first
of the week. They will visit
friends in Leavenworth before re
Mrs. Fred Mossiman is acting
in the capacity of a compositor at
the Journal office this week, dur
ing the absence of Miss Flora A1
bright, who is quite sick.
Miss Margaret Rowley came
down from liarneston, Neb., and
visited at the home of her uncle,
William Higgins and family in
thiscitv the first of the week.
Mrs. II. Wolff and daughter
Miss Minnie, returned from a
two week’s stay at Alma Center.
Wisconsin. They were called to
that place by tbc death of the
l’rof. E. 1\. Ilurst, Gene Cain.
Nellie Cain and Grace Reaves
went to Humboldt Sunday after
noon and came back in Cain's
auto. .lean attended the field
meet Saturday and on account of
the rain, left the auto and came
home on the train.
Mrs. t ’nimby lieaver, who has
been in poor health for some time,
left Wednesday for Wisconsin,
where she will consult a special
ist, who was reccommended to
her by physicians. She was ac
companied by her husband and
her brother, Will Dustin, of El
A Painful Accident
May Thompson who has been
helping deliver the Kansas City
Star during the illness of her
brother, Harvey, was returning
home from her work Monday ev
ening, and fell sustaining a brok
| en bone in her hand. She was
running when she fell and threw
, her hand out. her weight being
I sufficient to break the bone.
The fracture was not discovered
until Tuesday morning. ])r.
Wilson dressed the injured mem
ber and the little girl is getting
Hoarseness, bronchitis and other
throat troubles are quickly cured by
Foley’s Honey and Tar as it soothes
and heals the in darned throat and bron
iebial tubes and the most obstinate
i cough disappears. Insist upon having
| the centime Foley’s Honey and Tar.
1 U’orr'w Pharnv»,>e
The council met in regular ses
j sic n Monday night. The Presby.
i terian* people were granted a per
mit to build a brick church on the
lots just east of W. W. •Jenne's
residence T 1) e water (piestion
was discussed. I. C Maust was
t appointed tb act as councilman
from the second ward, to (ill the
vacancy caused by the resignation
of John Benschoter. The ap
pointments will be made by May
or'Keeling to-night Thuisday.)
W. C. McCool and Janies Ma
lone, two wide awake business
men, came down from Salem
Wednesday morning and return
ed with the Kansas City commer
cial club, in their special car.
Miss May Gagnon is assisting
in the county judge's office this
week, Stella Knickerbocker being
called home on account of the
illness of her mother, Mrs. Lewis
C. F. Reavis is trying a very
important case in the Federal
court at Lincoln. It is one
that went up from l’lattsmoutb,
and involves large interests.
Porter Randolph has a fine
new buggy and driving horse
which he purchased expressly for
family driving purposes.
Mrs. M. A. Frank returned the
first of the week from an extend
ed visit with relatives in Penn
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Roberts!
were called to Omaha this week
by the serious illness of a rela
Mrs. Mary Mettz and daughter!
Lucile, returned this week from
a few weeks visit in St. Joe.
Mrs. Clem Fjrebaugh assisted
the chorus at the recital in Kan
sas Citv Monday night.
James Hill of this place is at
tending the G. A. R. .encamp-j
inent at York this week.
Miss Flizabeth Kachelries, of
Alma, is in the city visiting her!
sister, Mrs. Will Crook.
Mrs. Ferd Hariow returned
Wednesday from a visit to rela
tives at Rulo.
D. M. Davies was a business
visitor at \ erdon Wednesday
Phil Hermes was a business
visitor in St Joe, yesterday.
Ralph Jenne returned from j
Kansas City Tuesday,
Watch the New National hotel
after May 20
p-» The Buyers’ <n
The firm.1! whose names are repre
sented in our advertising columns
are worthy ot the confidence of every
person in the community who has
money to spend. The fact that they
advertise stamps them as enterpris
ing, progressive men of business, a
credit to our town, and deserving of
aupport. Our advertising columns
comprise a Buyers' Guide to fair
dealing, good goods, honest prices.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an ex,*
cntiou issntxl out of the district court of Rich
an Ison County. Nebraska, and to i ie directed, on
a judgment obtained by O. 1*. McKesson, plain
tiff, againat Fred II. Ilofftnan. Fred Obcrst. K,
Hoffman and N. Hoffman, obtaimni liefore John
Gagnon, Judge of the County Court of Rich
ardson County. Nebraska, ami trauscripted from
that court to the district court, l will on the lUth
day of June at the hour of 1 o’clock p. m. on
saiii day offer for sale to the highest bidder for
cash, the following descrilssl real estate, to wit:
All of a certain pi»*ce «»f land desorils»d as f<»l
lows, to-wit. commencing at a certain point -ix
t«*en (Ui) ro«ls west of a certain point twenty 20
roils north of the southeast corner of the tfoutli*
xveat quarter s. w. HI of section No, ten 10)
Towuship No one (1) Range No. Sixteen (pi
thence west one hundred and twenty-live (125)
feet, thence north nine (b rods, thence east one
hundred anil twenty-live (12V feet. thence south
nine (0) rods to point of liegiuuing. Said pro
perty was levied upon by me under said execu
tion, ami scizisi a-the property of I,. Hoffman.
one of the defendants in -aid judgment Haul
-ale will take place in flout of tm» w<**t door ‘of
til,, court bourn* in Falls City. Richardson (. oun
i t\ N. braska, on the day and y n also • statisl.
The terms of sale cash. u IT
\\ . 1. I i n :on. Sheriff.
i Rkavih.V Rkavis. Attorneys,
Gasoline Engine repairing, Steam En
gine repairing, Boiler repairing, Re
Rubbering rubber-tired wheels, Auto
mobile and Carriage painting. Lawn
Mower grinding, etc.
Our new Lawn Mower Grinder has just arrived and we j
invite you to bring in your Lawn Mowers and see them ij
ground in a scientific manner. We guarantee to put
your Lawn Mower in first class cutting condition, or
Bring in your work NOW dong the above mention
ed specialties and get value received for your montv.
Hurry up! The rush is beginning.
PALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
The Place Where Thcv Do Things Right
Southeast (or. Court House Square. Phones: Shop, 163; Residence, 216
Ready to Deliver Crystal Lakes Ice
Phone 38 MAUST BROS
We are pleased to announce that our Spring
campaign of the biggest values in Farm Ma
chinery for iqoq is now on. You are invited to .
call and inspect our lines.
A complete line of John Deere Farm Machin
ery, Hay Loaders and Stackers.
McCormick Binders and Mowers.
Avery Cultivators and Planters.
Sharpies Tubular and DeLaval Cream Sep
Litchfield Spreade rs.
Gasoline Engines. Old Hickory and Avery
Wagons. Keys Bros’, and Vehlie Buggies.
No trouble to show our goods.
Loucks & Jones
FALLS CITY NEBRASKA
Don’t Use a Scarecrow
To Drive Away the
Mail Order Wolf
You can drive him out
quickly if you use the mail
order houses' own weapon
—advertising. Mail order
concerns are spending
thousands of dollars every
week in order to get trade
from the home merchants.
Do you think for a minute
they would keep it up if
they didn't get the busi
ness? Don't take it for
granted that every one
within a radius of 25 miles
knows what von have to
Bell, and what your prices are. Nine times out of ten your price*
are lower, but 'the customer is influenced bv the up-to-date adver
tising of the mail order house. Every article you advertise should
be described and priced. You must tell your story in an inter
esting way, and when you want to reach the buyers of this cora
• munity use the columns of this paper.
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