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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1910)
Henry C. Smith
L ANPS & LOANS
240 acres well improved. If miles from Dej»ot in Kas. Good spring. Best of terms. Wilitake
40 acres as part payment, Balance long time at low interest.
200 acres Iff miles from depot, Richardson county. Nebraska. Good buildings and land W ill
take 40 or 80 acres as part payment
100 acres upland. 1 mile from depot, Richardson county. Nebraska. $12,000.
160 acres Johnson county, Nebraska. -<• rods to church and school. Best of term-,. Might rent.
107 acres near Jlrowiiville, Nebraska
80acres it-mile from Falls City mgh school.
040 acres, $8,000 improvements Also 04h acres adjoining. Will take IHO acres a- part payment.
Fine running water, A No. 1 opportunity.
Money to loan
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THE COMERS AND COERS
~ A PPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME
w hat Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week.
Eat Sowle's Candy.
—Dr. Wilson, Wahl's building.
-The Candy Kitchen for brick ice
Edwin Fniloon went to Lincoln ofi
Harry Moscnu was in Shuberi mi
Supt. Oliver vvinl In Die state cap
C. K. Reavis was in Lincoln the
'oal of the week.
Kcv, J. Nanningu was in the
wintry Wedm sday
Miss Hope Ward of Rule was in
‘’alls City Saturday.
—Young's I’antorium ( leans and
presses ladies skirts. 44-tl' I
-Call on in for strawberry plants.!
Sinianton A Pence. 7-tf.
Mrs. Mongold of llamlin is visiting!
with Mrs. M Mctiiiire
Miss Anna Mason ivturne I ITmi's
■ay evening from Peru.
Mr and Mrs, Chris Shelly were
a ftom Preston Friday.
Dr. Trotter was a Kansas City v is
iter early Monday morning.
Amelia Grilling was a SI .Jone|>li j
visitor tlie latter part of the week.
Rev. Hatley was culled to Lincoln
yesterday to fake charge of a funeral.
Mrs Fred Thomas of Craig, Mo.,
is In tin' dly visiting with Mrs. Clias
William and Mike Riley of Dawson
were in the city between trains Sat
Mrs. lid Gebliardt of Widon came
to Falls City Saturday to do some
—Wc have some fresh Red Seal
flour in now. Come and get a sack.
—C. A. Heck.
Mrs. Stevens of Chicago is in the
city visiting with her sister, Mrs. P
Mis C. T. Huichaid. who had been
islting in Atchison, returned home
(lie first of tin week
Mr. Lillis and .less Shriiupton of
Salem were Initiated into the I O. O
F lodge Friday night
Mrs. Mary Taylor of Hul l had
husim ss of a legal sort to look
after in town Saturday.
Charles Hines and his sou were up
from St. Joe Sunday. They were
guests at Hit' Gelding homes.
Mrs. James O'Grday and Mrs. Mar
lin Riley of Dawson were in the
city between trains Saturday.
Misi. Ctcta Moran was down from
Cordon Saturday to do some shop
ping and to visit relatives liore.
Mr Mari of the new packing plant
mnv. o his family Monday into the
!ii ih di i i. k house on Wilson St.
lohn Dori'iiigton, Jr., is visit
ing nis lailiii and o.te i relatives in |
this i ty ilia home is in Wisconsin.
Mr. ami Mrs. P. li. Hart of If
scivo spent Saturday with their dan
gliter, Mrs. II D, Hurchard, of this
* •>.> j
-Ititl acre farm for rent or sale.w ill!
take some Falls Citty property Close!
to church and school Henry C.
Mr and Mrs Jaiob Majerus and
daughter left Monday for California
They expect to spend several months
traveling over the state
Miss Florence Pomeroy lias re
turned to her home in Morehead, la
She spent tlie past three months at
I he home of S. C Pomeroy
Miss Lois Holding returned this
week to the home of her uncle in
Aurora, 111., after an extended visit
with her father. Mayor Keeling.
William Marr, the manager of the
»ew packing ptant left town Wed
nesday to canvas the trade within
-each of Falls City and contiguous
to the It. & M. and M. P. rail roads
•n tin interest of his business.
CHESTER A. BRINK
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Diseases of Women and Children
> fC*j and Electrical Treatment*. calW anaweml
□iirht or day in city or country.
\ Office 439
PHONES , Residence 4TI
Office Over Falls City State Bank
Do yoti know whore to get good
I have 'em.
The Karly Six Weeks heats them
Call at Stall1 Dank or telephone 30,
tMf FRANK CIST.
11< i jam in Nanninga and wife re
turned to their home in Riley county,]
Kansas Wednesday Mr. Nanninga'
is a brother of Rev Nanninga. of the i
evangelical church. They were in!
the city over Sunday and enjoyed a
numtiecr or pleasant visits among the
brelnteii, while ■ here. Mr Nanninga
is a fanner and does not speak en
couragingly of the wheat outlook in
The Right Rev. Arthur K. William.
D D K. h. D. . Ilishop of tie' diocese
of Nebraska will celebrate the Holy
eommunioa next Stntday at 7:30 a.
rn . ami will pr< aeh and administer
Holy confirmation at 10:4."> a in
All ate kindly invited to the ser
\ iee and listen to this man.
I A. McCormick, a veteran sol
titer living In the Bouth part of town,
•'He lilting a piece of wood from the
'.round, which apparently was frozen
t i l. wrenched Ills hack so severely
< :< confine him to his bed since.
Mrs. Sue K. In-Wahl, who went to
Omaha some two weeks ago to have
her eyes treated is not getting along
ns well as was hoped for. It may
he some time before she will be able
to return home.
Sunday afternoon and evening,
March 6th, them will be a Sunday
school rally held in the Kvaiigelieal
Sunday school in Preston. every
body invited. Live speaking and
Kev. Nnimlnga and brother and
their families drove over the line into
Kansas early Monday forenoon to
spend the day at the home of Henry
Miss Frances Sheehan left Sunday
for her home in Oklahoma, after an
extended visit with her sister, Mrs
Hannah Sliuh iiherg, and other rela
Ml> William M Doty of South
Omaha, who has been visiting her
pare,its here foi the past three weeks
left Friday for her home.
Mrs. F. K. Day ha- charge of the
Missionary services at Humboldt on
Saturday afternoon and evening. She
reports a splendid meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Palmer and
son. William, of Shickley, Nob., spent
a few days in the city the guests of
W. H. Wheeler of Stella was in
the < ity Ibis week and spent a short
time with liis sister, Mrs K F.
Any accounts against the High
School Athletic association should he
sent to Jean Cain for payment.
Wednesday night the girls basket
halt team won In a game with the
Cot trier team. Score 1)4 to 10.
Mies A in s Sinclair, who is attend
ing school here, spent Sunday with
her parents mar Rulo.
A. J. Wheeler of Lincoln visited
his sister, Mrs. 13. K, Slants at this
olaee during the week.
Miss Grace Harlan of Salem was!
tin u. ...i of he r cousin. Mi?s Kloy j
Griusteud this week.
liny (lutes of Nebraska City ac
companied the basket ball girls to
Hi is city Saturday.
Miss Freda Pruesse is clerking at
Samuel Wahl’s during the annual
white goods sale.
duke Miller of Tcoumseh visited
at tl\® home of his sister, Mrs Hurry
Our new machinery is now install
ed and ready for work. II. M. Jenne
.John 13. Nofsger of Speiser town
ship was in the city the first of
M. 13. Kuddy of Humboldt was
in town between trains Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Vet Siuianton are vis
iting with Lincoln friends this week.
Winnie Cooper took the train from
here for Peru Wednesday morning.
George Iieichers returned from
hio Wyoming visit yesterday.
We have 100,000 strawberry plants
for sale.—Simauton & Pence. 7-tf.
Money to loan, good terms, call or
write me.—Henry C. Smith. 2t.
Deputy Sheriff Me Fnrland was in
St dla Wednesday.
Wm. Goetz has just dealt for a new
John Tigh of Humboldt was in
K. A. Maust went to Kansas City
Charles McCool was down from
D. J. Riley of Dawson was in Falls
('untad Felu returned from his
trip to Omaha.
Leona Harlow of Dawson was in
tile e’ty Saturday.
Did yon see the new machinery
at .lenno's shoe store
Nebraska City struck oil in small
i|uanliti«B at a deptli of 1.400 feet.
Leave your orders with' Slman
ton tit Fence for strawberry plants.
Miss Pearl Beatty of Auburn is vis
iting among friends in Falls City this
Haris laichcr came down from Lin
oln to surprise liis friends and rela
fives this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kottinan are
I lie happy parents of baby hoy horn
to them this week,
.Miss Kdna Stone! nicer of the slate
of Washington is at present visiting
with her aunt, .Mrs. 13. A Maust.
George Smith of Dawson was a
witness in the office of County Judge
Gagnon in the ease of M. .1. Clancy
Cor Sale House and two corner
lots to sell, three blocks of business. ^
Good lots to sell jn various sections
of the city. Henry C. Smith. lit
George Koiehcrs left for the north
west the latter part of the week to
look up land. lie will visit points
in Wyoming and Colorado on his
H. L. Jones arrived from Peoria, III
Monday. His message was delayed,
and In* arrived _Loo late to attend
•he funeral of his brother-in-law, John
At The Gehting.
Hypnotism plays a unique part in!
that musical melodrama, "The Phan
tom Detective," a part that. has
caused endless discussion by tin*
believers or Incredulous in tlie won
derful occult art. There are many
who claim that no person under the
influence can do wrong; others
claim they can, and the villinn in 1
"The Phantom Detective" supplies an j
endless topic of discussion by ex
posing in a complete manner many
of the theories held for and against
hypnotic influence. Thirty people are
in tlie cast; a chorus of exceptional
talent and good looks, the greatest of
til I quartettes, the American News
boys' quartette, a cage of real lions
and two car loads of special scenery,
electrical and mechanical effects are
used in "The Phantom Detective, '
which comes to the Gelding Theater
Thursday, March it, under tlie man
agement of the Rowland & Clifford
No cut,' rprise that could under pres
i ill conditions be induced to come
to Fulls City could possibly bring
to our town as much by way of sub
stantial income, as a standard high
grade commercial school, such as
Mr. Darner contemplates organizing.
It is estimated that in three years
the school should have at least 200
students. Two hundred commercial
siud. nts in one year would leave in
Falls City not less than $40,000 in
hard cash, besides the moral and
socbl advantages gained from hav
ing such a large body of live, ener
getic young people among us. Wo
believe that the proposition made
to the Commercial club by Mr.
Darner Tuesday evening represents,
from a strictly economic point of
The World's Greatest
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Brings them to Your Fireside
AT A MODERATE EXPENDITURE
A Complete Line of Edison Phonographs and Records. Come
in and let us demonstrate their musical powers to you
DAVSES 8c OWENS
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
Mrs it \. DifTniar was quite sick
the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Mamie McEwing came down
from Omaha Sunday to attend the
funeral of her uncle, John Parlh r
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burbank of
Filley. Neb., were called here Sat
urday by the death of their cousin,
Mrs, W, C. Sloan and two sons re
turned to their home in VerJoti Sun
day, after a visit to the former’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John llossack.
Mrs Thomas Cushman and Mrs.
Katherine Casey returned to their
homes in Oklahoma, after a visit to
their sisters in Omaha and this city.
The board of supervisors of the
Humboldt Drainage district met at
Humboldt Friday and levied money
to carry out the ditching operations
planned for that district.
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Yoder have
spent the past week \isiting friends
and relatives at different points in
the county. They spent a short time
in Verdon with Mrs. Yoder’s mother,
who is very ill. Mr. Yoder is having
a vacation from his duties as mail
C. F. Jones of Omaha was not
able to reach this city in time to at
tend the funeral of his brother-in law.
lie is a railroad man and his fam
ily were unable to locate him until
it was too late for him to reach
this place in time for the funeial of
view, the best thing yet offered us.
it "‘ill be a serious mistake for the
eiitv to permit this matter to lay
.it all. It is a worthy proposition and
should bo given the necessary sup
port lit On Cl'.
Little Jerometta Kelly lias been
quite sick the past week.
Mrs. Kmerson Beachel returned
Friday to her home in Noreatur, Kas.
Mi. and Mrs. F. K. Hurst visited
over Sunday in Dunbar witli his
Mrs. John A. Conner of Auburn
came down Saturday to spent sever
al days with iter sister, Mrs. Allie
Mrs Hayden Bowers returned to
her home in Verdon Sunday, after a
visit to her brother, Jake Derr, and
her sister, Mrs. Arch Cook.
W. T. Fenton returned Sunday
morning from Dawson, where lie vis
ited liis mother a short tint0. Mrs.
Fenton lias been in very poor health
for some time.
The fact that Grace Reavis burned
her arms badly in the girls’ game
at Nebraska City, by falling on a
stove, did not keep her from playing
a good game here Saturday night.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Palmer was christened at
the evening service at St. Thomas
Church Sunday by Rev. George L.
Neide, the sponsors being Mr and
Mrs. Robert Neltzel
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
N i) Auxier and wife spent last
Thursday with O. IS Prichard and
Mrs. Chester Stump went to Bea
Rev. Watson and wife were guests
of Wes Nedrow and wife Sunday.
!’. E. Shaffer and wife went to
Beatrice to be gone about tin days.
John Lundy and Emma Wet/a 1
spent Sunday at the home of John
Mrs. Anson Knisely spent a por
tion of last week in Kansas with rel
<iinee Auxier visited at tin- home
of in r uncle, II. I Prichard, during
Joe Karston and sister. Louisa,
spent Sunday evening with Earl and
Earl Shaffer and family moved
this week to the Sandrock farm north
west of Sali’in.
Mis. Ellis I lout z and daughter visit
ed last Saturday at the home of F.
Houtz and wife.
Miss Alice Yoder and Ramona Wil
cox of Fails Citty were guests of
Mrs. H. .1. Prichard recently.
1! A. Burk and family moved last
week to tlio Reisclieek farm that was
recently vacated by Ivan Kellar.
Mrs. Thomas Keckler of Manley
came down to spend a few days with
her daughter and to assist in moving.
Lloyd Knisely and family moved to
liis father’s farm this week. S. 11.
Knisi ly and wife will move to Falls
li. .1. Prichard went to Kansas
City Monday afternoon to attend the
scientific veterinary lectures given
there this week.
E. T. Peek and wife gave a party
Saturday evening in honor of Lloyd
Knisely and wife. Mrs. Anson Knise
ly furnished music for the occa
sion. Those present report a fine
.Toe Higgins made a trip to Lin
coln last week.
Nelson Shaffer spent several days
in St. .Toe last week.
James Stephenson spent Tuesday
with friends in Kails City.
.1. N. Colglazior visited friends at
Salem the first of the'week.
Writer Vanlandinghaam visiter rela
tives in Falls Citty last week.
S. Brisby and Simson Weddle were
county seat visitors Thursday.
Henry Fishburn is looking after
land interests in Oklahoma this week.
Morgan Williams is now quite ill,
suffering from an attack of pneu
Bessie Shaffer returned home Sun
day from a visit with relatives in
Teotnas Lewis loaded his car at
this place Monday and left with his
family for Buffalo county.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Shubert re
turned from Lincoln Saturday, where
they ave spent, several weeks.
Alfred Ahern, who has been suffer
ing from rheumatism for some time I
lias gone to Omaha to receive treat- j
Miss Floy Stotts returned to her
school duties at Peru Monday morn
ing, after spending a- few days with
her parents here.
Theima Sebring spent a tew days
with Mrs, Will Etter.
Mesdanies Swisegood and Hen tier
visited in Humboldt last week
Mrs. G. Wittwer was nicely shower
ed with post cards, Eelmiary I’lst, it
being her birthday.
The Martin t sale was not attended
by a large crowd on account of the
severe cold weather
M,,s. Charles Mason has opened the
chicken season here. Site reports a
hatch of two-hundred.
Mr. Wood has moved from Sa t
to the Lee cottage, lie is the father
of ^ s .John I.arabei
Miss Crook and her school are
preparing on "Old Song Evening " it
will lie given in the hail soon.
Christian Church Note-,
Chancellor Davidson will be at the
Methodist church Sunday morning.
The building committee will i\:
port to the church next Sunday
morning at 11:00 a. in. on recommen
dations for building and location. Dot
every member plan to be present.
R gular services at 11:00 a. m. an.i
union sevlees at 7:l!0 p. in at the1
Methodist eliurch. Come and bring
your friends. F R. DAY. Pastor
JOHN P GEHLING. Mgr.
Thursday March 3
ROWLAND & CLIFFORD S
Melodramatic Mystifying. Musical
?*». g^ I Now You See Him.
Ill I Now You Don't. j|
jfpTHE PHANTOM DETEC
pV tS KILLED1' ^ . ' I
[sTBKttHBY TH£ MYlhfG IIMOrTw IISftM«l
Not the old style detective, but a
young', modern fellow, who
keeps you guessing.
Immense Magical Scene
Enuionment that Astonishes
Augmented Company of Superior
Players, Chorus of Prettily-Costum
ed Show Girls, Great Quartette of
Den of Real Liens
35c, 50c & 75c
THIS AND THAT
WHERE one man gets rich
speculation, a hundred get
1IIHERE one man stays
■■ poor through the slow
methods o* saving, a hund
red get rich
The wise man saves a part of his earnings and places his mon
ey in the bank to use when needed Start an account now no
matter how small or how large: it will get bigger after while
Falls Gity State Bank
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