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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1909)
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
240 acres well improved, 1J mres from i »ep'.n in Ka ,. Good spring Best of terms. Will take
40 acres as part payment, balance long time at low interest.
200 acres 1«$ miles from depot, Richardson county. Nebraska Good buildings and land Will
take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
KK) acres upland, 1 mile from depot. Richardson county, Nebraska. #12,000.
160 acres Johnson county, Nebraska 80 reds to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownville, Nebraska
80 acres %-mile from Falls City high school. j
iU0 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 64" acres a !joining. Will take 180 acres as part payment.
Fine running water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Monev to loan
THE COMERS AND COERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing the
- Kat Sowlo's Candy.
I)r. Wilson. Wahl’s building.
Bulbs at Slmanion A Feme M
When you want to sell poultry, call
up phone 164. 40-3t
Sec Clarence Heck for your coal
this fall. Phone 101.
Claude Stumbo is now Identified
with the Durris news eland.
Robert Right was down from Hum
boldt on business Monday.
George Holt returned Sunday night
from u trip to Holt county, Neb.
Mesilnmcs Ayers and Frauenfehler
of Verdon were shopping here last
Mrs Henry ibnies Is visiting me
rurally of her son. Conrad, in Hurndii
That old suit, or ganuent of any
kind, cun he fixed up ns good as new
soo Stanley Stump. 38-tf
John Oswald returned Wednesday
from drove county, Kansas, where
he went lo Inspect land.
Dr. M. Id. Wilson was called to
Wichita. Kas., professionally. He
will he absent most of the ...
Mrs. James I’owcll and Mrs. Kilts
returned Wednesday from a weeks’
visit with relatives neat' Seneca.
Misses Margaret and Mamie Ma
honey returned the last of the week
from a few days spent in Kansas
Hhcruiun Kinsey, a former Falls
City hoy, employed here In the Hurl
i UK ton. cattle la In; t Saturday to visit
Ih II H ami Mrs. Hurt hard spent
last Friday In Reserve with Mrs.
Burchnrd's parents, Mr and Mrs.
.1. D. Oilman returned Sunday from
Nebraska City where he went to see
Ids son, who was seriously Injured
there last week
Misses Harriett and Cora Plumb
left Tuesday by way of Denver for
Kos Angeles, Cal., where the} will
spend the winter.
Mr.and Mrs.Jacob Rcneker,brother
of hr Reneker of tills city, returned
Tuesday to their home in houds, la.,
after a short visit here.
Friends have received word this
week of the arrival of a baby girl at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed King
ill Los Angeles. Cal The happy par
ents have the congruttthitions of all
A baby boy was horn to Mr and
Mvs Ohm Bronson, Wednesday (let
13, lbO!!. Mis. Bronson is at the
home of h"r parents, Mr. and Mrs
Join mi1. ;. id both mother and son
a. doing i L < ly.
Hurry Uo».., who i nmr down
from Council Bluffs with Ills wife
Saturday to xisil Mi and Mrs. W. E.
Dorringtoii, leit Tuesday for Council
Bluffs, when h.‘ will woik in the
Job office of Mar: in Bros.
John Giiliguu left Tuesday for
Nebraska City', where he had busi
ness interests, and where they will
make there homo for the present. We
are sorry to lose Mr. Gilligan and tiis
family from our midst
Miss Alice Cleaver went to Lincoln
Monday to represent the Friends in
Council at Hie state federation. She
is also a delegate to the state W. C.
T. U. convention to be held in Lin
coln. October IS and 19 and a dele
gate to the National W. (’. T. U. con
vention to be held in Omaha lie* 29th
Poland China Hog Sale.
We will sell at Chapman’s sale
pavilion. Falls City, Nebraska, Sat
urday, October 23, commencing at
one o’clock p. m., the following.
36 Boars and Gilts.
All sired by our herd hours: First
Quality, No. 29561; Chief Look, No.
4S121; and Chief Gold Dust No.
39244. These pigs are all growthy',
smooth, good backs, large strong
bones, with excellent symmetry of
form. Our kind the farmer’s type.
Terms of Sale.
Cash or time,with 7 per cent in
ti rest from date of sale.'
Farmers, Bring Crates.
If. C. WITTROCK,
W. F. RIESCHICK.
H. E. WYATT,
Auctioneers- Col. C. If. Marion and
Herman Minnick and wife return
id Saturday to their home in Atchi
son. Wednesday Herman left for
Long Beach, Cal., where he has u
good position. Mrs. Minnick will go
about the first of December.
! Mr* Hilgenfeldt and daughter, .Miss
Ida, moved the first of the week into
(their new bungalow on north Stone
street D. M. Davies and family will
move Into the large house just va
cated by Mr. Hilgenfeldt.
Will Minnick came down from Ked
| Cloud the latter part of the week to
I visit a few days with his brother,
I Herman and wife.
Mrs. 1’. S. Ileucock went to Lin
coln Tuesday to visit her daughter,
and to attend the state federation of
Mrs. Thomas of Verdon was the
I guest of her grandparents, Mr, and
Mrs Anderson Miller, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John (Took returned
the fore part of the week from their
visit with St Louis friends.
Dr Henderson of Itulo will occupy
i In- I’richnrd house formerly occupied
by D. M. Davies and family,
i Louis Ihichol/. is a Kansas City
! visitor this week, attracted by the
l-red Witt rock iook in the Nation
al Live Stock show at Kansas City'
l It is week.
See Clarence Heck for your coal
i this fall. Phone 101.
Mrs. Dodds of Bloomington is visit
ing in this city
fitly Crook was a Kansas City vis
itor tills week
Will Murphy was down from Daw
Pat Ryan was down from Dawson
on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ryan of Shubert
were in town Tuesday.
John llrantnini is seriously ill, hav
ing had another stroke of paralysis.
Ills condition seems quite alarming
Mrs Will Holt seems entirely re
covered from her recent illness. She
was in town Wednesday for the first
Mrs. John Hermes and Mrs. A. M.
Anderson returned Tuesday from an
extended visit with relatives in Goffs,
Rayard Greenwald was up from
Oskaloosa. Kansas a few days this
week to visit his mother, Mrs. Judith
Green vv aid.
I .1 McCormick and wife left Wed
nesday for Hebron, Neb., where they
will spend most of the winter with
Mr and Mrs. Simpson of Denver
have been here visiting the latter's
parents. Mi and Mrs. Al Southard.
They returned home Wednesday.
Mi - .1. F Lively, who has been
visiting her son, James Lively in this
eitj. left Tuesday for Hilton, W. Va.
She was accompanied by her nephew,
<1 C Lively, who arrived last week
from W. Va.
Jim Jellison has been in the city
this week setting the fireplace and
manlles in Arthur Weaver's house.
When the alterations in the house are
complete Ibis will he one of the hand
somest homes in the city.
Don’t Wait Until Your
before having them examined and glasses fitted That
headache you may be having regularly no doubt is due to
eyestrain, even though your eyes do not seem to bother
you. Those hard, thumping frontal headaches are almost
entirely due to defective eves or an over amount of accotn
odation- I he eye muscles have become strained, which
allects the nerves of the brain, producing the most painful
headaches. Besides headaches, in time the eyes become
painful. It is better to have the eye refraction corrected.
Davies & Owens have an optician whose ability is
recognized throughout the county. Their services are ex
tended to \ on without charge.
Davis & Owenes
Reliable Jewelers and Opticians
Relative's here received word
ihis week of the serious illness of
Mrs. Nellie Rood of Omaha, who un
derwent a serious operation last
Wednesday for appendicitis. While
her case is critical, it is to be hoped
she will soon rally and in due time
•*»*f*over h(*r health.
Mrs. Tom Davies went to Lincoln
Monday as a delegate from the City
Federation to the slate federation of
R. R Rule is entertaining his
but tier. I N Rule of Mount (lilard.O.,
and a cousin, .lohn Rule at his home
D. C. Kirkpatrick returned Tues
day from Oakland. Neb., where he
lias been looking after business mat
•lacob lteneker and wife, a brother
of Dr lteneker of this city, were
here from Douds, Iowa this week.
Mrs. Hattie Mauger of this city will
preach in the Brethren church at
Preston next Sunday at 11 a. ni.
—The cleaning and pressing of
ladies’ garments a specialty.—Stan
ley Stump. 38-tf
—Dr. Trumpore—Massuer and face
Massage, Phone 267. 31tf. •
Prof, and Mrs. Barrett came up
from Kansas City Sunday.
—For Sale—One pair of yearling
mule colts.—O. P. lleck. 40-2t
■). D. Griffith was down from Yer
—If you want bulbs, call up Sim
anton & Pence. 2-t
—Red Seal flour for sale at P. H.
Fred Rebold spent Monday in
COL. HARDING'S SALE DATES.
He Will Conduct, and Assist in the
I Oct. 13—A. A. Widerfield, Table
Ort 14—Ki'Riik Wopvov,
Oct. 15—Herman Loennig, Hum
Oct. 20—J. 1). Giffiths, Verdon.
Oct. 21—F. It. Haynes, Auburn.
Oct.25—Vaught it- Unkefer,Humboldt.
Oct. 26—L. J. Hitchcock, Salem.
Oct. 27—J. G. Parsons, Verdon.
Oct. 2S—Christ. Leonberger, Humboldt
Oct. 29—Otto Schellenberg, Johnson.
Nov. — — Sikes & Unkefer, Hum
Nov. 10—A. Gugelnian A- Nofsinger,!
Nov. 16 Henry l>itt mar, Johnson.
Nov. 17—Funk A. Fuller, Auburn.
Nov. 18—Frank Bennett, Verdon.
Doe. 14—Herman Weir, So. Auburn.
Dec. 15—Geo. Weaver, Stella.
Dec. 16—A. F. Mortz, Humboldt. 40-3
I PAY CASH FOR
Poultry, Butter & Eggs
at the New Grocery Store, one-half
block north, one-half block west of
Falls City Roller Mills.
Hens. 10 l-2c. Springs. iO l-2c.
Old Roosters. 4c.
Good Table Butter. 25c.
Fresh Eggs. 20c.
Above prices good for Friday, Sat
urday. Monday and Tuesday. Oct. 15.
16. 18 and 19. 1809.
Little Paul fain is suffering with
A. J. Baldwin was a business vis
itor to the county seat Monday.
Mesdames A. Tynan and It. Mc
Mullen were Lincoln visitors last
About thirty of our people attend
ed the horse show at Auburn List
John Tolly and Will Paul visited
Omaha last week and took in ihe Ak
Mrs. Prank Wolf and sou Herbert,
are visiting In r parents at Willis,Kas
Mrs. J. W. Vaught has been visit
ing her parents m Omaha the past
Miss 'Mable Culp of Nemaha is
visiting iter grandparents, Mr. and
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Scott Hinkle lias been quite
sick since Saturday.
Mesdames W. C. Moore and A Hay
visited Mrs. W. Marts at Auburn tiie
first ot the week.
Mrs. Arabelle McCullough spent
last week in Verdon visiting her uau
giiter, Mis. Preu Siringfielu.
Mrs. Brown and baby from Table
Hock visited last week with her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles Wood.
Mr. Wagner of Verdon moved his
family here last week. He will act
as foreman for tiie north section.
Moadaines J. M. Goodloe and A. J.
Baldwin visited Degree of Honor
lodge in Falls City last Thursday ev
ening. They report a fine time.
Will Sutton and wife moved to Au
burn last Saturday where he will
continue the paint and paper business
Mr. Pool, who has been foreman of
the north section for several months,
moved his family to Falls City last
Mrs. Byral Day of Dong Beach,
Cal., arrived last week for an extend
ed visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Moore.
Mrs. Joseph McGonagle and little
daughter, Dorothy, of Calloway, ar
rived Tuesday to visit her parents, H.
C. Fankell and wife.
Kev. Hinkle preached his first
sermon at the Methodist church Sun
day morning. On :u» ount of the* rain
the congregation was very small.
C. B. Derstine and wife of
Oklahoma are visiting the former's
parents, Ii. M. Derstine and wife.
They will go from here to Eugene,
Oregon, where they expect to take a
Roy Griffith and Esther Fisher
were united in marriage Monday, Oct.
11, 1909 at the court house in Falls
City, Judge Gagnon officiating. The
immediate relatives of the couple
witnessed (lie ceremony. They will
reside in Stella for the present.
Charles Allor and Mrs. Daure Sul
livan were married in Kansas City
Wednesday, October t!th. They came
to Stella on the night train and are
visiting a couple of weeks with the
groom’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F.
Ailor. They expect to make Kansas
City their future home.
Irene Evelyn, the baby daughter of
Irvin Reiniers aim wile died Thuia
day morning October 7th, 1909, af
ter an illness of two weeks. Althougl
a delicate child, she was not thought
to be seriously ill until Saturday be
fore her death, when Dr. Shook of
Shubert was called. She was a year
old in August and was a great pet in
the neighborhood. The sorrowing
family have the sympathy of the en
Dr. Allison of Omaha was called
here Saturday in consultation for
John Burk. It was decided that an
operation was necessary, and ac
cordingly one was performed Mon
day. It was found that an abeess had
formed near the gall duct, caused by
a fall in the early summer. The pa
tient rallied in better condition than
was expected, and on Tuesday con
siderable hopes are entertained for
a speedy recovery. His many friends
will be anxious to see him up again.
Ed Frederick bought the John R.
Smith farm, east of town paying
$12,000 for the seventy-eight acres,
and a price that would be consider
ed high for anything but good old
Richardson county land. The farm
is within a mile of town and is as fine
a piece of land as can be found, and
for a home such as Mr. Frederick
wants, it can't be beat.
Friday, Octobr 15th
| SAM S. AND LEE S HUBERT line. Present
| The Sensation of the Season
As Produced 14 Solid
JO | A a Lyric Theatre, Vork
P h tbnii %J) 6 Solid Months at the
MCiarrick i heatre
A Fares from the German by Clyde Fitch
Complete Scenic Equipment. Metropolitan Cast.
Prices $1.50, $1.00 75c and 50c
i 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
"SHOW YOU” results.
BEFORE ARRANGING DATE, WRITE, TELEPHONE
or TELEGRAPH (at my exponse)
J. G. WHITAKER
Phones 168-131-216 Falls City, Neb.
The pleasant purgative affect ex
perienced by all who use Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
and the healthy condition of the body
and mind which they create,makes
one feel joyful. Sold by all druggists.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy lias
become famous for its cures of
coughs, colds, croup and influenza.
Try it when in need. It contains no
harmful substance and always gives
prompt relief. Sold by all druggists.
Should grace your Dining Table--lt's an investment
that never loses value. See
Jewelry DAVIES 8t OWENS Diamond*
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