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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1909)
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
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240 acres well improved, JJ mi es from Depot in K.«s. Good spring Best of terms , Will take
40 acres as part payment, balance long time at low interest,
200 acres l'2 miles from depot. Richardson county, Nebraska Good buildings and land \t ill
take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
100 acres upland, 1 mile from depot, Richardson county, Nebraska. 512,000.
160 acres Inhnson county, Nebraska 80 rods to church and school. Best of jerms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownville, Nebraska^
80 acres b-mile from Balls City high school
040 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. vVill take 100 acres a- part p. ynent.
Fine running water. A No 1 opportunity.
Money to loan t
THE COWERS AND GOERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing the
—Dr. Wilson, Wahl's building.
The Host k-e cream at Sow lea.
See Clarence Heck for your coal
this fall. Phone I Cl.
Hoy Mettz Vf Km not ha visited with
John l'owell Friday.
Will Stafford of Hamlin, Kus., was
a Falls City visitor Wednesday.
Lewis George and family of Har
uda were Chautauqua visitors Friday.
Will Watirow was a Humboldt vis
itor to this city the last of the week.
.Miss Kate Heacock returned Fri
day from a visit to relatives in Oma
Miss Lydia Dovvty from Strauss
ville was a clmutaiiqua visitor Fri
Lloyd Hold of Lincoln joined the
Humboldt band for their trip to Falls
Miss Daisy Albright of Lincoln
spent a few days with her parents in
"Dick" Turner played one of the
cornets In the Humboldt band at the
Clyde Hamel made a business trip
to Ord and St. Haul.| Neb., the latter
part of the week.
Mrs. Frank McDernmnri and child
ren returned to their home in Kan
sas City Saturday.
Misses .Mable qml Urn ■ \uxierof
Cordon wa re attending the chuutuuqu
in tiiis city Friday
Miss Georgia Winters ol Hiawatha.
Kas,, a cousin of Mrs. Wlndle, visit
ed with her a part of the week.
Mrs. John Wilson's sister, Mrs.
Kaffray of Mound City, Mo., visited
a po: ion of the Week with her.
Morris She han and family return
ed to tie lr home in (his city Friday
after a visit wi*h relatives in Atclti
Rudolph Verthika was one of the
ll.t.:.: .•* ' hand • > was in our city
during life latter part of the Chautau
Mr.,. Frank Mesaler of Ttvuuiseh
visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Dudley Gillespie the fit d of the
Mrs. John F.’a *b ami two children
of Stella, visited with her parents,
George Albright ; ml wife a few days
Con fit d Fchr and Harney Herald
left Saturday for Germany where they
will spend several months with rein
tiles and old friends.
The Swift & Co. six horse t"ftm
which is to be on exhibition at the
State Fair, Lincoln, Sept., titli to 10th,
Is the fiiicst outfit money can buy.
Kaeh of the horses are beautiful dap
ple gray. The wheel horses weigli
2800 pounds each, the swing horses
21o0 and the lead 1950. They will be
driven by George Seaman, who Is
recognized as one of the best whips
In the country. This team took first
prize recently at the Denver show.
The following young people eon
tItuto a crowd who are enjoying an
outing at the Missouri lakes: Misses
Gertrude and Grace Lyford, Nellie
Cain.Kuril McMillan,Mildred Holland,
Mrs. Will Sehmelzel, and Messrs
Fred Graham, Lloyd Schaffer, Harry
Cain and Guy Crook.
Mrs. Ilube llorrocks returned Mon
day from Slilckley. Neb., where she
had been to see her now grandson,
who was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Palmer two weeks ago. She reports
all concerned are doing nicely.
Miss Grace Cameron left Wednes
day for Ft. Smith, Ark., where she
will visit with lier brother and sister,
Herbert Kerr and Daisy King for a
hurt time, then go to Asbury Park,
Mrs. Have Griffith amt little daugh
ter, Hernice, of Verdon attended the
ehautauqua Sunday. While in the city
they were guests of Mrs. I>. M.
Misses Klta and Florence lioose,
•vho had b >cn spending several weeks
in Mexico, with their sister, Mias
Clara, returned home Wednesday.
I). M. Watts and -wife, who have
b' fii visiting here for a few days,
relumed to their fyome in Leaven
John Dgrrington, of Sparta. Wis.,
was in the city for a short visit
with relative! the latter part of the
Charlie Marlon’s mother of llia
watha visited with the Marion family
lie re during the chautauqua.
John Hull and Waller Veaeh wer<
among the Verdon people who were
| Falls Cilj visitors Friday.
Mm Winnie Her,-or of Reserve,
Ka - , was on the chautattqtta grounds
Robert Wyatt and son of Reserve,
Ka.; , was a ehautamiua visitor Fri
i da •-.
Miss Ida Huegfce returned from a
s veral mouths' visit at St. Louis, Mo
- -The taste tells—try our ice
( scar Meyei was over from -llia
Frank lmler of Shubert was in tie
i ‘.\ Friday,
! K. Janus now rides in an auto
of i.is own.
-The Di-St Ice Cream at Sowies.
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KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
K. .lames was a Verdon visitor
—For the Best Ice Cream go to D.
•I. VV. Clark of Reserve was in the I
city Thursday last.
’.I. L. Slocum and wife went to 1
Omaha Wednesday morning.
Ray Huston and wife attended the
chautauqua here Thursday.
.Miss Minnie Albright visited her
cist or at Hiawatha Wednesday.
I.. 11. Ho.wo of Humboldt accompan
ied the band to this city Friday.
Robert Gantt of Oklahoma City,
Okla.Js the guest of his father in this
DeLos Graham and wife of Dawson
spent a day at. the chautauqua last
Win. Hinton, brother of “Uncle’’
John Hinton, spent a day or two in
SK‘v<* Mower spout a few days in
Chicago In the interest of D.Iirannin’s
Miss Grace DoMers, who lias been
spending a short time in Peru, came
Miss Ramona Wilcox loft Tuesday
for liurlington, Colo., where she will
visit her parents.
U H. Kinsey and wife of Dawson
were Hu* guests of .’). li. Ramel and
family Friday last.
Miss Klta Saylors of Verdon spent
j a few days in this city with her aunt,
Mrs. John Walker.
Miss Fdith Andrews of Hiawatha
spent a few days with her friend.
Miss Helen Hurchard.
Mrs. Mayme Martin of Lincoln
spent the week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Giannini.
H. Wills, once a resident of this
eity, but now of Smith Center, Kas.,
was in the city Friday.
Mrs. Henry Sand rock entertained
her sister, Mrs. Moses Royer of Sa
brtha, part of the week.
Mrs Francis "MartIn, iidea and
Werner are in Kansas City this week,
nesduy for a visit with relatives.
Miss Ruby Hart of Reserve spent
t'hursday with friends and'relatives
here a ltd attended the chautauqua,
Mrs. H. 1,. McCoy and son Robert,
" re Hiawatha visitors to our ehau
tauqiut the latter part of the week.
Francis Shaffer left Friday for Coi
i ortido and California, where lie will
visit several weeks with his children.!
Joe Wiiullo and wife accompanied
Henry Stif*/,er and wife from Salem
for a visit to our chautauqua Thurs
Miss Gladys Stockton of Stauberry,
Mo., visited rliis week with her eousi
.vies CJarn Gale Stockton, in this
■ *. i ty,
Mas, Florence Wylie entertain’d a
'iiHa-r of young lady friends as her!
- Wednesday afternoon, in the)
form of a keusington.
I Aii auto party l'i ■ m iliav i.a to
I Ea 11 ii City Thursday cvi-nicy Bps
j M;u. . nl I’ ", Kci irt-lh l'i. ior.
i t,’iuh y Graham and Sa:a Btero,
Be ; ■; Fannie and Lillian Kkok
! ■■■ r. v, ho i ; d 1 ■ n s .. ndiiiir i • u
, re- \v 'k at lho chautaUqua, ivua’jied
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• nohi Itouv.j: Titun ami
. vi&it ai t he hoi no of Mr. and
Wanted—An • \pi i vm d ; a! any
>|alu at r< -iiiiiHc, oik block .ii ofi
National hotel on Stone m c t !is:,j
The following composed an ;iuto-j
mobile party of Reserve who a' tid
ed the ehautauqua here last Tina day
ev< i in- : It. M. Coruelison, ( ap
lain Evans, MIsb Alice Ruuicl, liss
Mahle Evans and Miss Martha Stew
At Humboldt tin- mayor, b> < le»
of ino council, has issued a wanting
notice, calling attention to tlie cur
few ordinance, with a promise to
enforce it to the letter. The recent
depredations by youthful local talent
".lack’’ Glines, who has been here
and there with different show troupes
for the past few years, is visiting
friends and relatives here. He is
expecting his wife in a few days, and
after spending a short time here they
will go to Marysville,Kas..where they
open tlie season with a stage pro
duction of “Widow Perkins.”
In buying a cough medicine, don't
be afraid tp get Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy. There is no danger from it,
and relief is sure to follow. Espec
ially recommended for coughs, colds
and whooping cough. Bold by all
Misses Lena Wittrock and Mary
George went to Council Bluffs Wed
Miss Werner is to be employed in
the Adler wholesale millinery house
and Miss Wittrock will visit with
friends until Sunday, when she will
Miss Edna Wentworth will sing
for the offertory at the St. Thomas
11nireh next Sunday morning, "The
Holy City." Miss Wentworth lias
been under hard vocal culture the
past year and is making rapid pro
Nemaha Valley Lodge, I. O. O. P.
"put ou” the first degree Friday night
The size of the crowd on sucli a hot
evening is certainly a compliment to
any lodge. Many visitors were pres
ent from the surrounding towns.
Mrs. I. O. Maust entertained a few
lady friends at progressive whist
last Thursday evening. The tables
were arranged on the porch and re
freshments were served. All re
port a delightful time.
The service at St. Thomas church
next Sunday are Holy Eucharist at
7:110 morning prayer and sermon at
10:43 a. m. The sermon will be on
tlie subject “Fullness of Body and
Cleanliness of Soul.”
•lolin Downs is visiting his mother
anil other relatives in this city. This
is the first time Mr. Downs has been
in Falls City in many years. He has
been traveling in all parts of the
The R. A. Dittmar home was the
scene of a party Wednesday even
ing. Several guests were invited in
aiiil a general good tilin' was enjoy
ed. Refreshments were served.
Mrs. A. Powell of Sabetha, Kas.,
and Mrs, Ramsey of Sterling, Neb.,
mother and sister of John and Jas.
Powell of this city, are visiting them
Mesdames .1. P. (irinstead and Pat
tic Carlin of Salem and A1 Spalding
and wife of St. Joseph, were the
guests of relatives in this city this
Miss Helen I;rebeck is in St.Louis
• his week, purchasing her fall stock
of millinery. She will also visit rel
atives and friends at that place.
Mrs. W. W. Jenne returned the
first of the week from the northwest,
■'■'here she had been with Mr. feli
ne for a suratm r vacation.
-Mrs. .Matthew Huber and little son,
who hud been visiting relatives here
for a few days, returned to her home,
in Vermillion, Kas,, Monday.
! .Mrs. ii. !!. Willard and daughter,
Fay. went to Hiawatha Tuesday. Miss
Fay went to Morrill,Kas . from there,,
Mrs. Willard r'turning home.
Rex Oliver is once more employed
| at the Journal office. He. tolls us
| that he will soon he acting .in the!
i capacity of foreman.
Fcrt Kim 1 i t of Sal' in was in Falls
i e ■ Monday aj, ■oising til • A. so in-,
hi.-', which is to bo lu-hl at that place
■F i i> May wife and li.i! son;
of Aceiirii v, ; in the city Friday,
nti eitiiiig the clmufStiniia and visit-j
i ll »
of i\\ min e ry.
\v.ho 11a3 bo•.*a spendiug severa l weeks j
at IluniIngton,Ind.farrived home ln^ti
■ X ; 1i. I t; U ;
in Lin- uin taking care of her sister ,
wiio was very ill, has returned home.
.‘-,tXs Jessie Paxton of Nebraska j
City spent several days In this 'city
this w- elc the guests of friends.
Miss Ethel Parcbon entertained
Throssa Armbruster and Anna Frau-,
enjelder at lier home Sunday.
Pet -r Frederick, Jr., and Leslie j
Leeds took in the automobile races!
at Kansas City Saturday.
Dr.Waggner of Humboldt and MisS'
Mable Shire of Dawson were Falls j
City visitors Sunday.
Miss Ina Keller and sister. Marion,
of Chicago, are the guests of “Dick”
Coupe and family.
Rev. R. Cooper Bailey entertained
John Davidson of Broken Row, Neb.,!
part of the week.
Mrs. C. F. Linthurst of Johnston,
Colo., an aunt of Mrs. Kate Steele,
is visiting her.
Christ Horn is in Kansas looking
after his crops and the threshing on
his real estate.
John \V. Towle of Omaha was a
business visitor here the latter parti
of the week.
—The taste tells—try our ice1
When a young
man grows a
beard or an old
man shaves off
his beard each of
them is accused
of being vain.
is very melan
choly. She was
engaged to a
young man, and
made a delicious
cherry pie for him. He bit on a
cherry stone unexpectedly.
1 have never observed that the peo
ple who lose sleep trying to catch
somebody doing wrong will leave their
work even for a minute to see some
body doing good.
As thunderstorms clear the air, so
it sometimes clears the minds of peo
ple to criticise all the faults of all
their friends at one sitting.
Eli Timms shudders over the out
look for this country. He has given
hi3 opinion as to the next presiden
tial nominees and it has not been
printed anywhere yet.
I understand that Buddhists will not
kill even an insect. if I were a
Buddhist 1 would backslide long
enough to get revenge on the mosqui
Jethro Skidmore puts in all his time
reading scientific works. He has a
son who is fond of fridge.
Some of us get so sentimental about
the happy days of yore that we never
can recall where we put up the tack
When you have some hard luck It
would surprise you to know how many
people say it serves you right. Pos
sibly it does.
Night on the Sea.
Night on tlie si-a is In st of nil.
For then the starfish blints in view,
Tli" sea-horse whinnies in its stall.
The dogfish bays the nioonfish, too.
An ordinary linen handksrchi >;
folded and placed over tho mouth
and held in place by a bath towel
knotted about the head will prevent
jour neighbors from hearing you ’
jell "Ugh-gh’* when you* take your
oold plunge of lfiornings.
The Democrats prate loudly about
i campaign publicity. Republican Ne
; braska has a publicity law which the
Republican State Committee observes
to the letter, while the Bryan democ
racy, through "Brother-In-Law Tom”
and “Cowboy Jim,” Ignores the law.
Treasurer Sheldon of the Republican
National Committee declares that he
will publish all campaign contribu
tions received by him; thus comply
ing with the New York law. With
the Republicans, campaign publicity is
now a fact; with the Democrats, it
is a promise supported by a failure
The Basis of Ccc- Icc'sty.
“Society,” like everytl t “lse which
is collectively human, L 'ust what its
units allow it to be, an : Las is as true
Inside the church as anywhere else.
The need of the day is no new one—
it is for men and woman whose exam
ple will make them lights and beacons
in our politics, our churches, our edu
cational establishments, our "society,”
and In all our human r*'.ations.—Phil
adelphia Public Ledger.
The request was made in a public
library for the rather remarkable
little "Wait a Minute.” After some
detective work on the part of- the
librarian it was found the book want*
ed was “Tarry Thou Till I Come.”
When to Quit.
There would be fewer divorces if
women would quit talking when it has
been conceded that they have won the
Board of Education
For the Year Ending
THE SECOND MONDAY IN JULY. 1909
On hand 2.1 M» mlnv in July, t
r.i - . . - 1,3.7 10 *
R e ived fn ni County Treas
urer, taxes... 11,599 50
Red i\- tl !11■ in Comity Treas
urer. .« tale npri ri imu oil.. 1,1'»5 82
Roeei v. d from Pin s and Li
censes . 3,633 99
R. • i\- ti from T liu-u mm
resn!on ■ jMip 1 -. 1,0*8 *5
R.vei\« tl ir on State K« rnisl
Training— ... 350 00
Reo« iv- d turn Hodo bnjnl.s
mvii.. Oe7 o0 5lr6:'42 07
Paid ' ’«• T Tellers. H2.M 25
Paid • ■ miter's Jal*. r I.H2 *'
Paid l*r Repairs.. . . ' 7(>4 57
Paid F'l. 858 To*
Paid for :l. - and Mai*. ■ s*o *o
Paid for t' urn it tire . ... l3o 59
Paid for apparatus. . loti to
Paid for Supplies and i tie Men
tal-. 984 44
Paid fur S-vivtar> V Salary .. 50 00 5!»>,902 40
Pal.,, •*. ,,ii h: ml . - 2.930 67
mi • n i .•!* t •< v . , i • . no t;u, aid
imlei • *'m , ■•■;>! .--.So in bunds remaining
aiM 1 1 'Til tin* , M.eou.mt i--l e made ,tl 1.8035
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