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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1909)
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Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
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240 acres well improved, 1J nii'es from Depot in Kas. Good spring Best of term;, \\ ill take
40 acres as part payment, balance long time at low interest.
200 acres 1 ‘i miles from depot, Richardson county, Nebraska Good buildings and land Will
take 40 or SO acres as part payment
160 acres upland, 1 mile from depot. Richardson comity, Nebraska. $18,000.
160 acres Johnson county, Nebraska. 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownville, Nebraska
acres jk-mile from Falls City high school t
640 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take lOOticres a- part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity,
Money to loan
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Tffi COWERS AMD GOERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME.
What Your 'Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing*
the Past Wesk.
—Huy luade-for-wear childrens'
school shoe at M. Seffs.
C. D. Nixon of Aubijni was a hus-.
iness*visltor In our city Tuesday.
Roy Daggett of Salem whs in town
Friday on business of a political na
William Halley was a business vis
itor to our city from Morrill last
Miss Elizabeth Jones Is entertain
ing her friend, Miss Worm, of Oma
ha this week.
Samuel Wahl and family ami Mrs.
Gray, who spent most of last week
at the Missouri Lakes, returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen II. Miles and
111 tie son returned Sunday from a
two months' \lslt In Los Angeles
with Mr. Miles' parents.
The monthly song service at the
Baptist church that was announced
for Sunday evening, September 12,
has been postponed until the 19th.
W. 1’. Elwell of Bedford, Iowa,
stopped here on his way from Salt
Lake City to visit with his sister-in
law, Mrs. Elwell, and his niece, Mrs.
E. D. Evans and wife, the former
a brother of Mrs. T. ,1. Oliver, arrived
last Tliusday for a short visit. Their
home is in Pullman. Wash., where Mr
Evans Is instructor In Latin in tho
college al that place.
On Sunday evening, September 12,
Rev. It. It. Teeter will give a ster
eopt lean lecture! at the Brethren
church. Everybody is envited. No
admission will be charged, but a
free-will offering will be made to cov
er the i xpense.
it A. Dlttmar and T. L. Ilimmel
reieh went to Lincoln today to see
the big displays at the state fair of
Marshall Field, (’arson, Plere & Scott
and several large Chicago firms.
They will also meet several travel
ers from eastern firms there.
Itev. It, It, Teeter returned last
Tuesday from a two weeks’ visit at
Winona Lake, Ind., where he at
tended the Brethren assembly.
Mrs, C. W. Whitehead, who came
up from Kansas City a couple of
mouths ago to visit friends, left on
Tuesday to visit In Lincoln.
Freom Storm, a former tailor and
band director here, now living in
South Carollnia, was in the city a
few days this week.
Mrs. N. T. VanWinKle and daugh
ter, Grace, went to Topeka Wednes
day evening to attend Lie assembly
of Divine Healers.
Miss Carrie Stettler, who lias been
visiting here for two weeks, return
ed to her home in Pawnee City on
Mrs. Sam Halley of Uluffton, Ind.,
a former school friend x>f Mrs. Arch
Cook arrived Wednesday to pay her
Mrs. Irvin Mode and daughters
returned Tuesday from their visit to
Dr. and Mrs. Fast returned Tues
day to their home in St. Joseph.
Ernest Werner is taking In t^e
fair at Lincoln.
Copyright 1909, by C. E. Zimmerman Co.--No. 15
The Old Reliable Jeweler
'T'HESE ornaments en
hance feminine grace
and beauty, and accentuate
the seductive lines of the
neck and gives poise to the
head. Realizing this fact
we have bought a splendid
quantity, containing many
• beautifully designed pieces.
Come and try them on.
You will appreciate both the
goods and the prices.
A. E. JAQUET
WEDNESDAY ^ 1 | E
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT, THE LYRIC THEATRE (N.
Y.) SUCCESS. EUGENE WALTER S GREAT PLAY
Splendid Cast and Productiocn
The Great Dramatic Triumph
Six Months in New York City
Four Months in Chicago
50,75, $1.00, $1.50
I SEATS ON SALE MONDAY A. M.
S. A. Little was it St. Joseph busi
ness visitor Monday.
Fred Sebold made a business trip
to Omaha Monday.
It. O. James is recovering slowly
from an attack of malaria.
Mrs. Nutzman of Fairbury is visit
ing Iter mother, Mrs. Bickel.
II. 10. Rorde of Superior is work
ing in the City Meat market.
.Mrs. C. 11. Elliott returned from her
two months’ stay in California.
Miss Elizabeth Miller is down from
Lincoln this week visiting her mother.
Miss Blanche Bonrgein of Horton.
Kansas is visiting tier school friend,
Miss Alice Jaquet.
• For latest and most exclusive sty
les in up-to-date millinery see Witt
rock Millinery store. 36-tf
A new line of childrens’ school
suits just in. Bring your boys to
Seff’s store and save money.
Herbert Leo of St. Louis visited
a few days with his brother, Alex,
lie was on bis way to Nebraska City.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carico return
ed Tuesday from a visit to their son,
William Carico and wife, at Diller,
IMrB. Betty Schoenheit left Tues
day for a visilt in Lincoln where slie
will visit relatives and attend the
Dave Yoder is moving this week
from the Barrett house to the prop
erty he recently purchased in the
south part of town.
Mrs. Galbreth and daughter, Lola,
of McCallsburg, la., are guests of
the family of N. B. Judd. Mrs. Gal
breth is Mr. Judd's sister.
Carl lluthman is having the founda
tion laid this week for his new res
idence, which will be just across
the street from the former one.
Dr. W. H. Kerr took his daugh
ter-in-law, Mrs. Herbert Kerr, to St.
Joseph Wednesday and in a few days
she will undergo a very serious op
—School started last Monday and
the children will need school suits,
shoes rnd caps. Your dollars will
stretch the fartherest if you will buy
them at M. Seffs.
Dr.Wilson went to Lincoln Tuesday,
taking with him Mrs. E. S. Cooper
of Humboldt, who will receive spec
ial treatment under his direction at
a hospital there.
Mrs. Margaret Whitaker stopped
in Falls City a few days this week on
a combined business and pleasure
trip, on her way from Oklahoma to
her home in Lincoln.
Ernest Miller arrived from Rock
wood, Pa.. Tuesday to visit his cou
sins, A. R. Keim and sisters. He
left Wednesday for the west with
Mr. Keim where he will register for
A. R. Keim left Wednesday for
Aerco, Idaho, where he will register
in the Big Loss Run land drawing.
He will register for a number from
here and for those who are unsuc
cessful in the first drawing, he will
register again at Buhl in southwest
ern Idaho, in the Snake River valley.
Neal Thornton donned his best
clothes, new hat and patent leathers
and started for the south Tuesday,
leaving the impression with his many
friends that the trip was a business
one though Oklahoma and Texas, but
his friends refused to be impressed
with that impression and hnvd the
suspicion that there are other bees
in that fall bonnet he wore.
In Prosperous Washington County,
Kas.—We Raise The Stuff.
No. 30-113 acres, joins Haddam,
80 acre s under plow, nice large Im
provements. Only $75.00 per acre.
No. 6—120 acres, 5 miles out, 95
acres under plow,10 in alfalfa, rest in
pasture and timber. Good improve
ments. $7,500; time on $4,500.
No. 68—150 acres, 3 miles out, 80
acres in cultivation, (creek bottom)
6 acres alfalfa, balance pasture and
meadow. Lots of timber. Good
buildings. $9,000 $3,000 cash, bal
ance can run. ten years at 5Va per
No. 69—200 acres only 2V-; miles
out, 140 acres under plow, 20 acres
meadow, balance pasture. Good large
improvements. $70 per aero. $6,500
can stand 3 years at 6 per cent int.
Full description on application.
Farms of all sizes. Good terms.
C. H. KARGES,
Care In Preparing Food.
In recent years scientists have
proved that the value of food is meas-* .
ured largely by its purity; the re- |
suit is the most stringent pure food
laws that have ever been known.
One food that lias stood out promi
nently as a perfectly clean and pure
food and which was as pure before
the enactment of these laws as it
could possibly be is Quaker Oats;
conceded by the experts to be the ideal
food for making strength of muscle j
and brain. The best and cheapest of
ail foods. The Quaker Oats Company
is the only manufacturer 'of oatmeal
that has satisfactorily solved the prob
lem of removing the husks and black
specks which are so annoying when
other brands are eaten. If you are
I convenient to the store buy the reg
ular size packages; if not near the
store, buy the large size family pack
Prizes for Corn From Dry Farms.
That the leading grain buyers of
the country are Interested in grow
ing corn by the dry farming method,
in regions not usually considered with
in the “corn belt” is shown by the
offer of H.C.Hargrove of UesMoines,
Iowa, to give a $400 silo and ensilage
cutter outfit to the farmer exhibiting
the best ten ears of corn produced by
the dry farming method and exhibited
at the National Corn Exposition in |
Omaha, December C to 18.
This is the first big prize ever of
fered for dry farmed corn at the
exposition and is larger in proportion
than any other* prize offered for ten
ears of corn except In the sweep
stake classes. In addition to re
ceiving this prize the winner will also
compete for the $1,000 ten ear
The contest is open to everyone.
There are no conditions which would
make Ij hard for any farmer to win
.the $400 prize. Further information
will be supplied by Mr. Hargrove,
whose address is 309 East Walnut St.
DesMoines, or the National Corn Ex
position at Omaha.
Besides having an opportunity to
win the prize, the farmers exhibiting
corn grown by the dry farming meth
od at Omaha, have an opportunity to
bring before at least 100,000 farmers
the possibilities of dry fanning sec
tions—it is an excellent chance to
advertise the dry farming country.
Returned From Germany.
Fred Bahr returned Monday from
a two months' trip to his old home
in Germany. This is iris first trip
to the old country since he came to
the States as a boy. Needless to
say there was as much change in
looks and customs of the old country
to Mr. Balir as there was in him to
his relatives. He had a fine trip
and says he would not have missed
it for the world.
Whereas, It has pleased our Lov
ing Father to call from our midst to
his heavenly home our beloved broth
er, A. K. Myattway, be it
Resolved, That we the members of
the Knights and Ladies of Security
No. CIO, feel deeply our loss and he
will be greatly missed from among
us. Be it further
Resolved, That our order extend
to the sorrowing wife and children
our sympathy. May they realize
that. God in His wisdom does all things
for the best. Be it further
Resolved, That these resolutions
he printed in The Falls City Tribune,
a copy placed on our minutes and a
copy mailed to the bereaved family,
and that our charter be draped in
mourning for thirty days.
MRS ALVIRA McMAHAN.
MRS. ROSE PIERSON.
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P RTVA TE MO N EY.
Private money tg loan onReal Es
tate. Mortgages bought and sold.
A. J. WEAVER.
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Falls City. Sept. 10, 1909.
Chipped Beef is nice to buy, Mama
says, because there is no bone in it.
Last night mama was real tired,
and didn't feel like building a big
fire. She sent me to the grocery for
a can of chipped beef, and when I
got back she had some bread and
butter and sweet milk on the table,
and we had a real nice supper, and
it didn't cost very much.
P. S. Nice Juicy Steaks, Roasts
and Boiling Meat, at
At R. A. Dittmar's
YOU WILL FIND
That will please you, both
AS TO FIT AND PRICE
All the New Shades in
Wool Dress Goods and
Trimmings to Match
See us for Table Linens, Napkins, Towels
and Toweling of all grades
Blankets/ Outing Flannel
Look through our Shoe Department
The Best of Everything in Groceries
OUR PLEASURE TO SHOW THE GOODS
R. A. DITTMAR
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