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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1911)
Henry C. Smith
LANDS & LOANS
240 acres well improved, li miles from Depot in K<ts. Good spring Best of terms. Will lake
; 40 acres as part payment, balance long time at low interest,
; 200 acres \'/t miles from depot. Richardson county, Nebraska Good buildings and lur.a. Will
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 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might reut
• 107 acres near Brownville, Nebraska
80 acres X-mile from Falls City high school.
640 acres, $8,000 unproven cuts A'so 040 acres adjoining. Will take 100acres a- part payment.
Fine running water. A No 1 opportunity.
Money te loan
THE GRAND ARMY BOYS
REPORT OF POST COMMANDER,
JOHN L. CLEAVER.
riw report made by the Command
er of mir Hrand \nny Post to tin*
members at their last meeting Jan
uary 13 is very gratifying us it shows
this body of men have a good organl
tation, conducted on safe business
lues and are making the best efforts
to spend their de< lining days in good
fellowship and soi-ially and each year
increases the respect in which they
»re held by our community.
In the following report of the re
tiring commander, I I,. Cleaver will
|e found much of Interest.
At the beginning of the year I'.tlU,
this Post had fid members in good
standing. During said year Comrades
P. I). Uushard and T .1 Beauchamp
have joined the Post, mid Comrades
>V. II. Keeling. August Crofford and
C. W. Farrington wore re instated
During the same time Comrades
Alonzo Moore and Samuel Mower
moved away and David Beotl. Steph
en Prior, T. F. Plumb and Isaac
fhiekiey have died.
This leaves dS Comrades In good
standing in the Post.
tin the Sunday in February, follow
ing the birthday of Abraham Lincoln,
at the invitation of the Pastor, we
assembled at the Chrlstinn Ohurrh
and listened to an address on the life
sud character of our great President,
si, tiie ilose of which wo were Invit
ed to place a Memorial Window in
*.lie new church about to be erected.
On the 22nd day of February 1010,
with the assistance of the W. It. ('.,
we gave an oyster supper in tills
ball to members of the two orders
and their friends, it costing, in ad
dition to the food that was donated
ftv si. which amount "as raised by
iiihsi ii, tinn among the comrades
without calling on the CJunriermtister
Tf* ; urtment for assistance.
via Inst Memorial Sunday we met
ii Ma .Methodist Church, the Kev.
Ki'0"i'S preaching the Memorial ser
it Peroration Pay, our s tvIccs
<w. , id at the Auditorium in the
n't non. the following program be
ing earned out:
t ■ Call The Assembly Air. L. Ha’
."'tt. h Aftierl a Chorus
V v of \V< 1 Mtif Prof. S. H. Woo
v i cal i’O'-m, "Who will Decorate
•:U Graves." Comrade Whitaker
* ’ramp, ! ,■ mp. Tramp Cliorn
li vein's (!■ ttysburgh Aue.r t.i Mr
,'gu es FallCOH
“Tb fiivouc of the Dead" Miss Helen
JjtL-ic, The Star Spangled Banner,
Ss'cuiuisci nees of the War Airs. T.
HJwfc The Battle Hymn of the Re
BagfV* Call. Taps. Mr. L. I,. Hall.
Later in tho afternoon, two hack
Sbads of Comrades went to the cente
nary and decorated the graves of our
iit'e<?ascd comrades with flowers and
During the year Government head
atones have been placed on the grav
es of Comrades T. I’. Jones, John
Eorkweir, James McDowell, William
Cade. Resin Banks. Layfette Messier
and John Hutchings, and there arc
headstones in the cemetery ready tc
be placed on the graves of Comrad
es David Scott, Stephen Prior, Ma
thias Hurd. John Plybon and O. W.
Brown. When these stones are in
place, every soldier's grave will be
appropriately marked except that of
Isaac Buckley, which will be marked
Early in the year it was decided by
Uic Post to place n Memorial Window
j in the now Christian Church, the cen
tral figure in this window being a
soldier, typical of the "Boys in Blue"
of tjir army of 1861 to 1865. The
money for this window being subscrib
ed by the following comrades of the
John L. Cleaver $10.00
P. I). Qushard 10.00
S. L. Redwood 10.00
E. 8. Towle 10.00
J. c Vnt.zy 5.00
Rev I Frederick 6.00
W. If. Keeling 5.00
W. W. Abbey 5.00
Felix Kreker 5.00
/oslah Wilson 5.00
W. H. Kerr 2.50
Thomas Kelsey 2.50
J. R. Wilhite 2.50
.1. A. McCormick 2.50
Isreal Messier 2.50
W. A. Whitaker 2.50
Cass Jones 2.50
Roswell Fisher 1.00
(leorge Liusacum 1.00
John Defines * 1.00
Jacob Miller 1.00
Charles Will 1.00
August Crofford 1.00
J. W. Nauslar 1.00
Robert Cllroy .50
E. N. Melton .50
On Sunday the 12 of February we
are invited (o attend a dedicatory
service at the Christian Church, when
this window will lie uncovered and
publicly accepted and dedicated by
Thi' receipts and disbursements of
the Post as shown by the books of t)i
Quartermaster are as follows:
Pallnnce in bund Dec. ill ’00 $ 5.70
42 Comrdcs paid in dues 41.00
while 7 Comrades paid the 1010
dues in Dec. 1909 which appear
ed in the last statement.
31 Comrades paid the per capita tax
t Comrades purchased G. A. it. But
Total Receipts 58.17
H ton of eoal $ 2.25
City Water tax 1.50
I Snow shovel .35
Six dozen flags for graves 1.02
Insurance on building, etc. 20,00
Repairing frpzcn water pipe 2.25
Wire screens for windows 4 85
Per capita tax 15.84
Balance on hand, 3.50
lulling the iiiir i'l Comrades paid
11heir animal dues, while Ml paid the
I m -r » apita tax.
As staled at the time the per capi
ta tax resolution was passed, the
money received thereby, in addition
to our regular dues, would enable
the post to meet Its obligations, v it li
mit necessity of passing ee'ound
the hat so often, and it is gratifying
to state1 this lias woven true in
Th< re is no reason why all Comrad
es should not pay the per capita tax
of 35}• in addition to the $1.00 annual
dues, and 1 hope they w ill all conside
it their duty to do so the present
year, and assist in this way in keep
ing the finances of the Post in a
The success that has attended the
Post during the past, two years, shows
conclusively that this Post only need
ed an active and business like force
of officials to attend to its affairs in
order that the loyalty of the Comrad j
bo mantained in the proper spirit.
In laying down the gavel at the end
of my stewardship as Commander. I
thank you each and all for the very
kind and active interest you have ta
ken in all that has pertained to our
order, for this assistance in a great
measure has attributed to our pros
i« roiis condition and the good fellow
ship existing between us.
" In union there is strength”, is
n truthful saying, and never has it
a. n better demonstrated than by us
during the past two years.
'I <1 our newly elected Commander
and other officials let us all pledge
our fidelity and assure them we are
determined, that while wo expect and
aclievo they will prove worthy of our
■confidence, and will perform their
duties accordingly, we will prove wor
thy of their best efforts in behalf of
the Post by standing loyally by them
and assisting them in every possible
Installation and Supper.
At H o’clock of the same day. mem
I ( rs of the Grand Army of the Kepub
lie and Womens Relief Corps gat hero
hi ihe hall with well filled baskets of
Pii'ls Citj's most tempting refresh
ments. including the old army ration
pork and beans and hardtack. It
v,ns uoticable however that the old
hoys showed more partiality for the
chicken stew and layer cake than
they did for th ■ pork and beans, and
the hard tack went begging before th
nice frosli puffy rolls and toothsome
Supper over the dishes and tables
were cleared away and the room put
in order for installation of officers.
Post was called to order by Past
Commander K. P. (Mines, and Past
Commander .1. L. Cleaver, acting as
Mustering Officer installed into office
those elected for the present year.
Levi Frederick, Commander
.1. it. Messier S. V. C.
Isreal Messier, .1. V. (’.
.1. L. ('leaver, Quartermaster
F P. (Mines, Adjutant
VV. A. Whitaker, Chaplain
It. Fisher, Surgeon
Aug. Crofford, O. f).
Win. Oswald* o. (J.
T I. Beauchamp, S. M.
P 0. (Jushnrd, Q. M. S.
.1 A. mil, P. I.
1’nder the inspiration of the camp
five comrades, Oswald. Frederick.
G.ishard and Messier gave exciting re
t itals of war experiences and Com
rade Whitaker entertained with an or
igina! and appropriate song.
Wo wish them many returns of sue
enjoyable occasions, and let them bo
as young as the youngest when the
S. OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
So. Omaha, Nebr., Jan. II. 1911 —
! Cattle-Week opens with fairly lilvr
al supplies, 17,300 best entile about
steady, medium grades 10c lower.
Handy weight steers still favored.
Last week inp 0 30 for 1000 lbs; yes
terday 0.20 for 1100 lbs. Best, beev
es 6.00 to 6.30; pretty good 1050 to
j L’oo ]|>. steers ai 5.50 to 6.00 furnish
1'lie bulk: medium warmed up cattle
5.00 to 5.50 and common 4.50 to 4.85.
Feeders very strong. Bulk calves up
to 1000 lb. steers, 5 00 to 5.50; few
choice up to 5.75; best cows and
heifers 4.50 to 5.25. Good butcher
grades 3.75 to 4.50; runners and cut
lers 3.00 to 3.75. Veal calves strong
er, top 8.25, bulk unchanged at 5.50
to 7.50. Bulls 4.00 to 5,00. Look for
a heavy supply of cattle this week.
Hogs—Receipts 23,600 for 3 days
with the market 15 to 25cts lower,
bulk 7.70 to 7.80. top 7.85. Choice but
cher and light logs best sellers,
with heavies at bottom of bulk.While
continued good weather and cheap
corn is an inducement to hold and
fatten, present supplies appear quite
plentiful. The present level seems
"uneasy,” although a little reaction
should follow the three days break
as provisions are a little higher to
day. Receipts undoubtedly influence
We are in the marrket for a car
' load of hedge posts. If you have
any to sell call on us, Phone 396
or 318 A.
Heck and Wamsley.
A Pedigree Poland China Boar, rais
<‘d by Bill Reischick, in good conditioi
Bout 2. Christ Horn.
Room and board for two gentlemen
in private family. Convenient and
pleasant location. Phone 226 or call
at this office.
The Sunday School Times of Philadel
phia, Pa. offers its rreaders a wealth
of up-to-date information and inter
esting reading matter on the subject
of the International S. S. Lessons.
They will be glad to send any a
samplecopy of the S. S. Times who
will write them.
Constipation is the cause of many
ailments and disorders that make life
miserable. Take Chamberlain’s Sto
mach and Liver Tablets, keep pour
bowels regular and you will avoid
these diseases. For sale by oil drug
When buying a cough medicine for
children bear in mind that Chamber
lain’s Cough Remedy is most effect
ual for colds, croup and whooping
cough and that it contains no harm
ful drug. For sale by all druggists.
Notice of Garnishee.
M. Martines, S. Marlais, joe
Martines, A. Ferouis, D. I.ogerous,
Joe Gaetia, will take notice that on
[the 6th day of December A. D. 1910,
J. D. Spragins, a Justice of the peace
within and for Falls City Richardson
County Nebraska, issued a Sum
mons in Garnishee, on the M. P. ft
It. Co., a corporation, against each
of you in (lie following amounts;
A. Toronis M. Martines *6.00
!>. I.ogerous *4-00, Joe Gaetia $9-8;~>
M. Marlais $6.40, joe Marlines
In an action pending before him,
wherein the above named parties are
Defendants, and John Hermes is
Said cause has been continued un
til January illst 1911.
John Hermes, Plaintiff.
Notice is hereby given that I, Alex
ander Hilgenfeld, by virtue of tne
power to rre given, by the last will
and testament of Ludwig Hilgenfeld,
deceased, i will cn the 28th day of
January 1911, at 2 o’clock P. M. at
the west front door of the court
house In Falls City, Nebr.,* offer for
sale and sell to the highest bidder
the following described real estate,
to-wit: The north half of the south
west quarter of Section 32, Twp. 2,
Range 17, and Lot 21, 22, 23, and 24
in Block 22, and the eight room, two
story dwelling, these all in Steele’s
addition to the city of Falls City,
Nebr., all of said real estate being
in Richardson county, State of Neb
raska. Terms of sale, cash on de
livery of deed.
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, own spices and get the real B
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package. 10c. at Grocers
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children, frail mothers, and
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illness, this is a fact.
Thousands of genuine tes
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ple prove this claim, and to
further support the fact and
prove our faith in what we
say, we unhesitatingly de
clare that any one who will
try a bottle of VINOL will
have their money returned
without question if they are
not satisfied that it did them
A. G. WANNER, Druggist,
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