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THE COMERS AND COERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME.
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week.
— Eat Sowle's Candy.
—Dr. Wilson, Wahl’s building.
Charles Dilts has resigned as park
Mrs. Solomon Stump is visiting in
Peru Normal held commencement
—By your seed corn at Heck's
feed store. la-lit.
See Dittmar for genuine bargains.
Read his ad.
Alexander Leo is home from his
trip tc Atchison.
—Young’s Pantorium cleans and
presses ladies skirts. 44-tf
—If it's shoes you want, call at
the Homo Shoe store. 14-11
They're doing some business at the
big sale at Pence & Little’s.
At Dittmar’s you will get just as
advertised or money returned.
A swell line of calicoes at 5c per
yard at the Busy Store.—Pence &
—We have some fresh Red Seal
flour in now. Come and get a sack.
—C. A. Heck.
George Hall of Superior attended
the Sanford-Schaer wedding at this
Ben Stalder of Nemaha Township
was in Falls City Tuesday.
Fred Schock went to Chicago the
f’rst of the week on business.
George Gilligan accompanied his
father to Nebraska City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Risser are rejoiein
because of the arrival of a baby girl.
Elegant large white soup beans at
5c per pound. Think of it! Pence
If you need a pair of shoes, don't
forget the big sale now on at Pence
& Little's. They're making great sale
Frank Peck's Claim Dates.
J. B. Whipple, Poland China Hog
sale, October, 15, 11*10.
J. B. Whipple, Poland China hog
sale, November 19, 1910.
-Mrs. .1. R. Nnnninga and three chil
dren, accompanied by her sister. Mrs.
.1. R. Biles and baby, left for King
fisher, Okie., where they will attend
the commencement exercises of King
fisher College. .Miss Laure Mack, a
sister of Mrs. Nairninga and Mrs.
Biles is one of the graduates. They
will be away for several weeks vis
iting friends and relatives.
Miss I.iva Lichty, formerly of this
place, has closed her first year as
instructor in music and art at the
schools in Alliance, and has been
're-elected to the same position for
another year. But site writes from
Idaho Springs, Colo., that she will
probably accept a position offered
Elder C. Forney of Heaver City,
formerly a resident of this place, was
in the city Wednesday visiting with
friends and relatives. He is a
brother of Mesdames Judy and
Stump Mr. Forney accompanied by
Rev. Watson went to St. Joseph this
morning to take charge of a Breth
ren mission at that place.
Miss Burn Harris, accompanied her
mother, Mrs. Tom Harris, to Ex
celsior Springs, Mo., Wednesday,
where the latter goes seeking relief
for lerious rheumatic troubles. The
kindly wishes of many friends go
with them on their mission.
Supt. Oliver, J. E. Eeyda and J,
R. Wilhite, who are on the build
committee of the Christian chart h
made a somewhat extended trip in
the interest of the new building.
They visited Lincoln, Omaha and Fre
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Whit
ford, Monday morning, May JO, a
20 per cent discount on all muslin
underwear, seasonable too.—Pence &
Ellen Wyler visited friends at
Peru and attended Ihe commence
20c choice peaches for 12c per can
at Pence & Little’s May sale.
The June Bride
As a Stellar Attraction Outshines Any
Old Comet Even Halley's Not Excepted
Madam Rumor has it that this June will see numerous
weddings in and around Falls City the coming month.
On the strength of this information we have <weighted
our shelves with those pretty and useful things that the
sensible bride yearns for.
In this department we are particularly strong—we are
headquarters for everything in the Silverware line that
the prospective housewife may desire.
The kind that the ladies rave over and the bride natur
ally expects. We are headquarters for Cut Glass too,
and are showing the best line ever brought to the city.
DAVIES & OWENS
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
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Huck towels for 4c each during
the May sale at Pence <£. Little’s.
First quality choice, pink salmon
at 10c per can.—"The Busy Store.
Supt. L>. O. Domer of the Salem
schools has been re-hired for next
Leopold I’orr from the western end
of the county was in town the first
of tlie week.
At Dittmar's is the only place to
buy good goods cheap. Sale begins
Saturday, June 4.
Mrs. John gtartzel and little son
left tor Atchison Sunday, where they
will visit relatives.
Francis Shaffer left Tuesday for
Ft. Collins, Col , to visit his daughter,
Mrs. H. M. Steldley.
Mrs. Louis Barton returned to
Marysville, Mo., after visiting for
two weeks with her mother.
Tire Best goods in the house sold
at positively cost and less during this
sale. Don'r fail to go to Dittmar's.
H: rry Danllker and wife, and his
niot'n r and sister, Mary, of Nemaha
Township were in Fails City Wednes
Miss Helen Donovan and her mother
have returned to their home in Ne
braska City, after a visit to Mrs. Geo.
Mrs Will Restorer lias returned to
Kansas City, after a pleasant two
weeks visit here with the family of
Mr. A1 Resterer.
Mrs. Sam Marts left Tuesday for
Wymore to visit her sons and their
families, and particularly to get
acquainted with a new grandson that
The Evangelical .Sunday school of
Speiser Township will hold an open
ir rally in the grove near the
chur n Sunday, .lune 12(1). Every
body is invited.
Miss Dora Clines came up from
Horton, Kas., Tuesday to be present
at the Sanford-Schaer nuptials, upon
which occasion she served as the
H. E. Wittwer was in Falls City
in his auto Tuesday. He took Mrs.
Wittwer, Mrs. W. H. Wyler. Miss
Helen Smith and Ben Stalder home
Miss Mol lie Schaer, of Superior, is
a guest at the Sanford home, being
here to witness the marriage of her
brother to Miss Elizabeth Sanford.
Any ladies' one-piece dress in the
house at 15 per cent discount during
our May sale. And they are just in
season.—"The Busy Store.”
Some of the fraternal societies who
make a specialty of drill teams will
contest for prizes at the state fan
on Tuesday September 6th.
Fancy Jap rice at 5c per pound dur
ing our May sale. We have it too.—
Pence & Little.
Only one more week of the big May
sale at Pence & Little’s Busy Store.
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Entertained With Music.
Mrs. C. M. Wilson and daughter,
Ane»a, entertained a bevy of prospec
tive music pupils Monday night.
A most ( harming program was ren
dere i of instrumental and vocal sel
ections, Miss Wilson being ably as
siste I by Miss earner, her guest, who
is a brilliant pianist.
Miss Wilson favored the guests
with both violin selections and vocal
Kindergarten Summer School.
A kindergarten and grade sum
mer school will be held for a month
or six weeks at the Zion school build
ing; half day sessions. Classes or
ganized Saturday, prices reasonable.
For information call on Miss Mc
Donald at Mayor Keeling's residence
Thursday or Friday.
The automobile parade to be held
on Friday, Sepi. fttb, at the state fair
will furnish an opportunity foi en
timsists to exhibit their taste in dec
oration, as the fair management are
offei'ng five special premiums for
(he best decora ted ears, Tile livt
stock parade will be held on the same
day, us this is an annual feature.
Misses I.orelta Beaver, Bessie and
Ruth Wilson left Sunday night for
South Dakota, where the former will
make her home, aud the Wilson
girls will spend their vacation with
their parents or. their claim.
Mrs. \V. W. Abbey, accompanied by
her two children, Esther and Wal
lace, left Wednesday Oor her old home
in Iowa, where she will visit with
her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Rhoades.
They will be away about a month.
The structural work on the new
round house is completed and the
contractors have turned ovei the
building to the railroad people. There
still remains a large amount of fill
ing lit and grading to be done.
— Heck A Wamsley have received a
car load of stoneware, consisting of
waiter filters, jugs, crocks of all
kinds. Th°y are prepared to fur
nish the dealers with anything in
this line. Call Phone 39G.
Miss Clara Boose, who has been
visiting her parents in this city,
left the first of the week for Idaho,
whore she will live with her brother,
Frank, who is holding down a claim
A reward of from one to fifteen dol
lars on October 1st for the best
kept lawn. Anyone entering the
contest may register at Gehling’s bak
ery.—Mrs. M. Giannini, Chairman,
John Iliggins returned Monday from
a visit, to his cousin, Mrs. Charles M.
Bracelen in Minneapolis. He also
visited relatives in Omaha on his re
Rev. J. F. Watson will conduct di
vine service at the Preston Brethren
church ilex' Sunday afternoon at
three o'clock. All are cordially in
Mrs. Ephraim Withee and little son
Gene, returned to their home in Slel
la Sunday, after a visit to the form
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cos
Mis. II. FI. Wittwer and Miss Helen
Smith of Nemaha Township passed
through Falls City on their way
home from Lawton, Iowa Tuesday.
The well being sunk to supply wat
er for the round house is down about
thirty-five feet and received its first
series of casing Wednesday.
Miss Irma Clark came west and was
met at Kansas City Tuesday by Mr.
and Mrs. S. it. Briggs with whom
she will spend the summer.
('ass Jones and wife of Iiulo were
guests of friends in this city the first
of the week. They also attended the
Decoration Day exercises.
Torchon and val laces, up to three
inches in width, and a dandy assort
ment of patterns too at 3c per yard.
—“The Busy Store.”
The new coal chute for the M. P.
yards will be a strictly up-to-date
affair. The pit for the elevator is
j now being sunk.
Remember only one more week of
the big May sale at “The Busy
Store.” Better lay in a supply.—
Pence & Little.
Miss Dorothy White returned home
Sunday and will spend her summer
vacation at tier home in this city.
Think of it! Seven spools Coats’
thread for 25c. Can you beat it.—
Pence & Little.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheehan are
' visiting their daughter at Leaven
Reavis Gist returned to Lincoln the
first, of the week, after a short visit
i at home.
Grace VanWinkle went to Pawnee
City to attend the commencement ex
i Steve Miles and Kov Heacock went
to Shenandoah. Iowa the first of the
Miss Margaret Steele went to Lin
coln to visit relatives Wednesday.
It is good to know that you can
!turn on the daylight.
Oliver Fuller of Verdon was in the
Tin- grading on the M. P. yards
| is nearly done.
HOW A CIRCUS HELPS BUSINESS
It Takes a Vast Amount of Meat to
i Feed The Animals—Big Mon
ey Left in Town.
That is does local merchants some
good to have a big circus like the
John Robinson Shows to come to
town is amply evidenced by the large
contracts made by local dealers. It
lakes money to run a great show, and
it takes a vast amount of material to
j feed the employees anti animals.
| Circus people live well, and only
the best of every!thing is used In
the commissary department. That a
big show leaves a liberal lump of
money in a city at times is evi- i
dent from the contracts made here,!
To a local coffee firm the mammoth ■
j order of 1,000 pounds of coffee was
j given. Front an equally well known j
grocery house $500 worth of groceries!
was contracted. Two hundred anti
fifty pairs of shot's were added to i
tin- commissary wagon, three car-j
casses of beef came from a local j
butcher as well as S00 pounds of ani
mal meat. An order of $225 alone|
went to one butcher. Several hun
dred loaves of bread feed the hun
gry maws of the circus people daily,
and these too, come from local bak
ers. Seventy-five quarts of milk ;
from the dairies. Might tons of hay j
and one hundred and fifteen bushels j
of oats, two tons of straw, and a!
host of other necessaries were pur-,
chased in the city. All told, near-1
ly $2,000 will be left here as a result !
of the advent of the John Robinson
| Shows Might hundred dollars per!
j day in railroad fares is paid by the I
circus people One of the business
linen in connection with the show is j
Peter Ross, the only registered staw -1
ard in the circus business, who has!
charge of the feeding of the multitude!
as well as the purchasing for the |
hundreds of hungry mouths.
The date for the big shows, and il i
! should he carefully noted, ns this is j
the only big one coming this year, is
Thursday, June it, at Falls fitly, Neb.
The City Beautiful,
To beautify our homes and Falls
City at large, is to hate dirt and
ugliness. We as club women not
very promptly on their likes and dis
likes and if we can get the men,
worn ‘ii and children to really hate tli
civie ugliness, the home soridness, Hi
public disregard of beauty, we will
soon he improving rapidly.
We may suggest one item of work:
the placing of boxes and baskets
a loir; streets and highways, and the
cnuiiug of sentiment that will clear
the .streets and alleys of any sort of
rubbish; have the newspapers en
thused to stir iiji the people. Have
a campaign of education in the public
schools, organise a club ornamenta
tion of the home, and with this small
beginning lei us emphasize strongly
the importance of individual work.
Let tile mothers decide, shall your
little, ones pluck flowers or rattle tin
cans-in your back yard.
Committee on City Beautiful.
W-f, can store your household goods
until you get a house. Phone Illlfi
or call at the warehouse of Heck At
Wamslcy, one block from the Burling
The convicts of England wear pris
on clothes marked with a broad arrow.
The origin and meaning of this mark
has never been satisfactorily ex
The A. C. chib worked a complete
surp.'se upon Mrs. I). (5. Griffith on
Tuesday evening. The evening was
happily spent in jolly effort at hav
ing a good time. The committee
was unable to decide as to who deser
ved Hie prizes, and tied their report.
Refreshments were served.
Kaffee Klatch met witli Miss Helen
Martin Tuesday afternoon. Refresh
ments were served and a good time
Pence & Little sells yeast foam at
3c per package during the big May
sale. Better get some.
THERE’S a lot of money »
here and in this vicinity.
Possessors of that money
read this paper; they swear by
it. They want to be shown.
If your goods are right, they
want to buy. This paper
talks to that inc nev at regular
intervals. It’s muu y that
talks back and tu.ks back
strong. Get your s, are— do
your talking thro., h our ad
ILopjrrigUi. l.-u.. bj W > t
Weil l’flaum tc Co.
4j[ Dependability is
ione of (be features of
clothes. The fabrics
are especially adapt
ed to tbe rough and
tumble life that a hoy
gives his garments.
The need I ework is j
able. T liis garment
will outwear t w o
suits of the ordinary
kind. Step in and see
for yourself. A large
variety of novelties,
sure to please both
mother and boy, are
now on display. We
will be glad to show
Seansonable Lines of Men's and Youth s Furnishings
Underwear. Hosiery. Collars and Ties
WAHL &r PARCHEN
WE KEEP OPEN UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK
In The District Court of Richard
son County, Nebraska.
James T. Sailors, Plaintiff,
Mary K. Sailors, Wash Sailors, John
Sailors. Ida Perclval, Onicr Sailors,
Fred Sai'ors, Otis Sailors, a minor,
Nettie Ankroin, Bffie Ankroin, (>1
ley Ankroin, a minor, Judd Ankroin,
a minor, Stella Ankroin, a minor,
Alta Ankroin, a minor, Kvoline Sail
ors, Mary Sailors, Lottie Sailors,
Inez Sailors, Hrllla Sailors and Will
iam Perclval, Defendants.
NOTICK IS IIBURRY C.IVKN that
hy virtue of a judgment In partition
entered oil the 17th day of May. 1910,
in an action pending in the District
Courl of Richardson County, Nebras
ka, in which the above named plain
tiff was plaintiff and the above
named defendants were dr
fondants, and in pursuance
of an order of said court entered on
the 171 h day of May, 1910, directing
the sale of the premises hereinafter
described, and In pursuance to an
order of sale issued out of said courl
in said cause, we, the undersigned
referees in partition duly appointed
and qualified in said action, will of
fer for sale at. public auction and sell
to the highest bidder for cash on
the 22d day of June, MHO, the follow
ing described real-estate towlt:
The northwest quarter and the
south half of the southeast quarter
of Section 22, and the west half of
tic southwest quarter in Section 23.
and tic southwest quarter of the
southwest quarter of Section Tl, till In
Township 3, Range Hi, in Richard
son County, Nebraska, and the north
half of the southwest quarter and
Ihf north half of the south half of
ihe southwest quarter, all in Section
IS, Township 3. Range 17, in Richard
son County, Nebraska, and the east
half of lot I, In block 1. in Smith's ad
dition to the village of Rardaa, in
Richardson County, Nebraska.
Said sale to commence at 1:30 p.
in . at the west door of the court
house In Falls City, in Richardson
10. 10. BOLEJACK,
BURTON RIO A VIS
Dated, May 18, 1910.
Reavis & Reavis .Att’ys for Miff.
First publication. May 20, h times.
Sold On Its Merit
* We sell the Crown Piano on its merits. We can show you point
by point where the Crown Piano is superior to any other piano
you can buy at any price Remember your piano is the most im
portant purchase you Will ever make for your home. It costs but
little more, if any, to be sure that it is a good one. We sell the
Crown on terms as easy as any good piano can be offered to
people who know the difference between a questionable “induce
ment” and real piano value for their money. Many inferior pianos
will cost you more than a Crown, Price does not determine value.
I've sold Grown Pianos in this territory for 16 years. That is
good evidence of their merit.
I also handle Strech & Zeidler. Pease and Concord Pianos.
These instruments are strictly high grade and too fine to be ped••
pled from house to house through the country, as a great many
dealers do. That alone is proof enough that they are a cheap
grade of pianos. Anyone contemplating buying a piano in the
near future we will be pleased to have call and inspect our pianos
AT E. LANDRIGAN S NEW FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
STORE. OPP COURT HOUSE.
I sell on time monthly payments and take old instruments in exchange %
CLARENCE E. SMITH
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