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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1909)
! am trying to make a
They tell me he is strictly up-to
date and well posted on all classes
of domestic animals and also farm
property in general.
He can certainly please you, as he has had s xteen years expe
rience. He is also from Missouri, and if given the opportunity will
BEFORE ARRANGING DATE, WRITE, TELEPHONE
or TELEGRAPH (at my exponse)
J. C. WHITAKER
Phones 168-131-210 Falls City. Neb.
J. C. TANNER
A Short Talk
I have purchased the tailoring
establishment formerly conduc
ted by John Wilson, and I take
this means of introducing my
self to the public. In addition
to high-class tailoring I will in
stall a French Cleaning Mach
ine. All work guaranteed.
A TRIAL ORDER IS ALL THAT IS ASKED
Last Rates of the Season
$25.00 TO CALIFORNIA: These very low rates are in effect
until October 15th. The Burlington runs daily through touring
sleeper to Los Angeles and San Francisco, via Denver, scenic Col
orado and Salt Lake City.
$25.00 to WASHINGTON-, OREGON and the NORTHWEST until
October 15tn. You have choice of two Burlington through trains,
via Billings to the coast, one via the Great Northern, one via the
Northern Pacific. All classes of through equipment, including
HOMESEEKERS’ EXCURSIONS October 15th and 19th to the
far west and northwest. Inquire about Mondell 320 acre homestead
WINTER TOURIST RATES: Ask nearest agent about winter
tourist rates to south and southeastern resorts.
The United States Land and Irrigation Exposition at Chicago,
Nov. 20th to Dec. 4th, will be of vital interest to the farmer.
E. U. Whitfobd, Ticket Ayent.
L. VV. VVakeley, G. I*. A , Omaha.
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
Milt Kotouc was a Tecumseh vis
Pearl Garver was in Lincoln the
last of the week.
Mrs. 1 Reynolds visited her sons
in Beaver City this week.
.lames Hnisda visited his son, Ru
dolph, in Table Rock Monday.
James Atwood and wife vlsltied
their son in Beaver City this week.
Okla Janies left this week for
Greshem, where he has employment.
Mrs. A. Gergens is entertaining her
father, Mr. Antrim of St. Joe tills
Tom James, Jr., left this week for
Chase county, where he will teach
.loe Watzek and daughter, Funny,
of DuBois, visited Humboldt relatives
Lloyd Shaffer left Sunday for Lin
coln, where he will attend the state
Jim Kozel and family left Monday
for So. Dakota, where they will make
Miss Emma Wilson of Lincoln has
been elected to teach music in our
Dr. Marideth of Ashland, Neb., vis
ited this week with his daughter,Mrs.
Tom Calvin of Omaha visited his
sister, Mrs. Ellis of this city, who
is seriously ill.
Katherine Lilian gave a party to
her primary class of the Presbyter
ian church Friday.
Mrs. E. L. Crane was summoned
to Iowa by the serious illness of
her mother this week.
Mrs. John Powers entertained the
ladies of the Presbyterian church at
a kensington Tuesday afternoon.
Willis Reynolds, who has been vis
iting friends in Humboldt, left the
last of the week for Beaver City.
Miss Grace Jones and mother, ac
companied by Rev. C. M. Cantrall
and family left Monday for Prince
town. N. .1.
Mrs. C. Hummel and daughter.
Florence, returned Monday from Lin
coln, where the former has been re
ceiving medical treatment.
Hr. Howard Marsh and family left
Friday for Russel, Kas., where they
will make their future home, and
tilt* doctor will continue his practice.
i Joseph Davis visited this week
| with his parents, M. C. Davis and
j wife, lie was enroute to his homo in
I Denver from a business trip to Min
H. 1’. Marbh we nt to Mackey,Neb.,
the last of the week, where he will
act as one of the judge's as to the
I competency of the> Indians te> care
i for themselves.
Lew Marburger, Henry Schwass,
i Dr. Morris and Irvin Shirley are
elue’k hunting near lade her, S. I).
Mr. Marburger will also look after
his farm interests at that plae’e.
George Petrashek, who for some
time lias been connected with a for
estry reserve In Oklahoma, visited
his parents the last of the week,
and left the first of the week for
Lincoln, where lie will attend school.
1,. ,1. Segrist and ('. M. Linn of
tl»ia place and Lafe Cooper of St.
doe spent several days in Rawlins
county, Kas., hunting the latter part
of last week and the fore part of
this week. The shooting was fine,
but the hitting a “frost."
A kitchen shower was given to
j Miss Malta Oberly, Monday evening
I at tlie home of Carrie and Lulu Hess.
Miss Oberly on Thursday of this
week became the bride of Miles Lau
derbach, who is night telegraph op
erator at tills place. Shortly after
tile ceremony they left for Kas..after
visit at that place they intend to
visit Colorado and other western
points. On their return they wilt oc
cupy tlie newly built cottage of Ralph
Hummel. The bride is the daughter
of John Oberly and wife, a pros
perous farmer of tills vicinity. She
is a very popular young lady in our
Dan Kroh returned Friday from a
month's visit in Illinois.
Kev. Hinkle arrived Tuesday and
Is now at home In the M. JO. parson
Miss Myrtle Vandeventer left last
Sunday for a visit with her mother
in South Dakota.
Ike Parish and family of Falls City
visited at the home of dames ltrisby
the last of the week.
Kev. Gould and family moved this
week to Johnson. He will also have
charge of the church at Graff.
Mrs. 10. A. Jennings of Salem is
visiting with her daughters, Mrs. G.
I,. Slocum and Mrs. A. .J. Baldwin.
Han Harris sold his property or
main street Monday to .1. G. McBride
tor $1,000. This Is the old photograph
Mrs. Charles Mason who was oper
ated on for appendicitis, at a hospit
al in Omaha about three weeks ago,
was able to come home Sunday.
G. L. Slocum and wife, E. Wheel
er and wife and A. .1. Baldwin and
family visited last Sunday nt the home
of .less Hhrlmpton and wife of Sa
A daughter was horn Thursday,
September 23, to Mr. and Mrs. Noah
Allen of Omaha, al the home of Nor
man Stnllle. The little one has been
Sid Timmerman left last Saturday
with Ids car of household goods for
their new home at Kurt Morgan, Cel.
Mrs. Timmerman and Miss Verda
will remain at the home of Fred Gil
bert until tlie last of tlio week.
Mrs, Louise Fowler of Oklahoma,
who was called hero about six weeks
ago by the serious Illness of Frank
Mullen, left for her home Friday.
She has bet'n visiting her brother,
ami her sister, Mrs. Harney Mullen.
The old soldiers met at their halt
Friday evening and went to the home
of Fred Gilbert where they surpris
ed Sid Timmerman before his de
parture for Colorado. They present
ed him with a beautiful watch chain.
The members of the Christian
church planned a surprise for Mr.
and Mrs.Sarvls last Friday night. A
large number were In attendance and
a very enjoyable evening was spent.
Refreshments of peaches, apples aid
grapes were served.
—For latest and most exclusive sty
les in up-to-date millinery see Witt
rock Millinery store. 36-tf
EATING HOUSE AND COTTAGES
FHLLS eiTY, NEB.
We are having surveyed and plotted into lots the Con Reagan blocks, in the city of Falls City, Nebraska, north of the
B. & M. depot, and will on October 9th, 1909, at 1:30 o’clock P. M., offer for sale to the highest bidder Fifty Choice
Lots. These lots are all well located and will be an ideal place for a home; are especially finely located for railroad em
ployees. We will also offer for sale the 15-room Goolsby Railroad Eating House and Lunch Counter, all furnished,
situated across street from the B. & M. depot. Will also sell three cottages, well located for homes or rental property.
IIS TOUR OWNl
Retiring farmer, if you are contemplating leaving the farm
don’t make a, mistake by going to some little village and
putting your money into the kind of home you deserve. If
you should make this mistake, when you want to sell you
could not sell it for as much as the lumber cost, and you have
no advantages in the village, Come to Falls City, as it is
not only a city of 4,000 people, but it is the county seat of
one of the best counties in the state, where all the county’s
business must be transacted. With fine schools of highest
grade, and churches of most all denominations, where there
are high-class lectures and entertainment, and where prop
erty of all kinds is advancing. There is not a farmer who
came to this city and bought property who has not made
money by so doing, and you can do the same by buying
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A BARG AW
from us. For those desiring to retire from active farming or business life, there never can be no better location obtained.
YOUNG MAN, YOUNG WOMAN, you had better invest a few spare dollars in good lots in Falls Citv, and reap
for yourself a handsome profit. The Missouri Pacific Division is now assured, work on same having already
commenced, and the sooner you buy property in this city the greater will be your profit, for as soon as the division work
is completed property will advance rapidly. 4’roperty will never be as cheap in balls City as it is right now.
is one of the liveliest towns on the map of Nebraska. Falls City has--Electric lights, owned by the city;
city water works, owned by the city; public library; city hall; four public school buildings; Catholic convent;
business college; city park and auditorium, owned by the city; ten churches—three church buildings now
under course of erection; 100 business firms; 12 fraternal organizations; many dwellings now going up.
Remember, this sale will take place on the tract of land to be sold; so you will see just what you are buy
ing. Free hacks will be run from the city to the sale grounds. For information phone 168-216-131-252.
Terms of Sale, One-half Cash. Balance on Good, Easy Terms
J. C. WHITAKER. Auctioneer
H. B. WILLARD, Clerk
JOHN W. POWELL
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