The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, March 24, 1911, Image 2
LOCAL HAPPENINGS Messrs. Hoy E. Dykes and Lee Martin spent Sunday In Falls City visiting with friends. Mrs. Alice Plttock went to Sa lotn Saturday to visit with friends and relatives for a few days. Dr. Greene g<4 a large wild goose yesterday. Carl Plumb and Harvey Wahl went hunting yesterday and got. twenty ducks. Mrs. Carrie Paxton went to Sa betha this morning to visit her moth er a few days. Frank Long spent Saturday and Sunday in Falls City the guest of Harry Plttock. Ewing Herbert came up from Hia watha yesterday to spend the day. Henry Meinhart and family were shopping in Falls City Saturday. ‘ Mrs. Hyatt Shelly came up from Preston Saturday. Two ear loads of brick has arrived for paving purposes. John W. Sickelsmith, Greensboro, Pa,, has three children, and like most children they frequently take cold. "We have tried several kinds of cough’ medicines," he says, but have never found any yet that did them as much good ns Chamberlain's Cong Remedy. For sale by all druggists. Henry Relger and little daughter of Preston were in town Saturday. Mrs. F. S. and Miss Nettle Cleve land came down from Nebraska City Saturday to help at the grand open ing of the Cleveland Hughes store. W. 10. Armstrong came down from Auburn Saturday on business. C. L. Mason of South Auburn came to Falls City on business Saturday. n. W. Willis of Hiawatlm was a Falls City visitor Saturday. O. C. Onery of Stella was visiting in the city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones return ed to their home in Kansas City to day after a short visit with tho former's sister, Mrs. Nation of this city. They will go by way of St. Joe and visit with Mrs. Jones’ par ents, who reside there. Rev. and Mrs. Watson returned Sat urday from a two weeks visit in Beaver City. Rev. Flora from Ashalund, Oregon, assistant pastor of the Brethren church is now in the field. Arthur Ward, representing the .1 J. Deright Safe Co., Is in town look ing after the interests of the com pany for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Barnes of Salem were in town Saturday. Mrs. Herman Bowers came down from Verdon Saturday to do some shopping. Mr. and Mrs. lCd Clebhardt drove down from Verdon Saturday to do some trading. A. K. Kelm and N. Musselman wer among the "wise men" in Lincoln Mrs. Will Sthmelzel and Miss Maude Davis are guests of their cousin, Mrs. Tipton, at Albany, Mo. Mrs. T. J. Gist attended a wom an's club meeting in Stella this week. Mrs. Ishntn Reavis returned last night from Stella, where she was the guest of Mrs. J. U. Cain, Jr. Ira \V. McCool, who Is attend lug school In Chlcogo is enjoying a two weeks vacation with his parents at Salem. lie spent a few days this week at the home of R.R. Rule in this city. Come out and enjoy the llingler* Donovan Concert, Monday evening, I March 20. Admlsslo 25c, 35c and 15 Christian church. Miss Louise Rule and Miss Cinder ilia Houston went to Humboldt to day to spend Sunday with friends Will Ramsey wont to St. Joe in , the Interest of the firm of J. M. Ramsey and Son. Pat Walsh and Miss Minnie 51 ur phy came down from Humboldt today to attend the lecture of Father Car ries on "St. Patrick" at the court house tonight. They arc guests of Sheriff and 51rs. W. T. Fenton. 51. Murphy came down from Daw son today to attend the lecture at the court house tonight. Don't miss the Ringler-Donovan con cert next 5Ionday evening, March 20. Admission 35c, 25c and 15c. Chrts tion church. yesterday. Miss Grace Maddox returned from a visit to friends in Kansas City. Mrs. Butler of Barada left last night for Ilebron, where she will make her future home. Miss Vera Schrader was down from Straussville to do some shopping to day. sizes Saturday afternoon at two o'clock.—5, 10, 15, 25c Store. 1 Miss Wilson of Nebraska City is in the city the guest of her brother, Dr. M. L. Wilson and wife. Father Carrier, a Catholic priest, will give a free lecture at the court house this evening on “St. Patrick’s Day." -i. Dr. Greene was calle d to Sabetha this morning in consultation with Dr. Robison of Morrill, Kas. J. W. Ullman came up from Atchi son on business today. Frank Zimmerman of Seneca was Makes Home Baking Easy Absolutely Pi r© Tho osrfy iJi» ? ' : : mania iVtun ^ t ~ j Oream s*v' , 'esriar N3ALtiM,H?rf in town yesterday. II. Day of Beatrice was a business visitor here Thursday, (’. A. Statin came down from Ilumboldt yesterday. (i. Crewsdon came down from Lin coln yesterday looking after busi ness. .1. A. VanCiimp of Peru was a vis ilor in tliis city yesterday. Joi n Nallaco of Fairbury is in 'own today. Louis liolan of Hiawatha was in (bis city last night. Jim Me Kiev or came down from Nebraska City to attend the lecture given at the court house onight. H. 1). Hicks is down from Hum boldt today between trains, house Dr. Bailey is building, which he will occupy. It is on Grand View street. If you have trouble getting rid fo your cold you may know that you are treating it properly. There is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks and it will not if ouy take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by all druggists. Mrs. Charles Reisner went to At 1 bison today to visit her parents. Ray Palmer of Skidmore, Kansas is here visiting his parents. His wife expects to Join him here later and they will probably spend the summer in this city. D. C. Mettz and son Charles re turned from a visit with the former’s brother at Lebanon, Mo. Miss Eva Barlow and Miss Goldie Mountain of Dawson are in the city the guests of Miss Ellen Wyler. Jesst> Law left for Table Rock for an extended visit with his sou who lives at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Nixon of Barada are in town shopping. Mrs. Ida Green and three children arrived this afternoon from Onega, Kansas, for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Story. Frank Aspinwall mid Verna Story met them at Pierce Junction with an Do you know that of all tho mini ailments colds are the the most dangerous? It is not the cold itself that wo need to fear, but the serious diseases that it often leads to. Most of them are known as germ diseases. Pneumonia and consumption are am ong them. Why not take Chamber lain’s Cough Remedy and cure your cold while you can? For sale by all druggists. tf auto and brought them to this city. J. B. Douglas. Secretary of the Teeumsch Building and Loan Asso ciation was In town yesterday call ing on G. II. Fall stead. Mr. Hyde of the American Accident. Co., called on his agent George H. Fnllstead yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lynch came over from Sabetha yesterday in their Reo ear. Mrs. J. Baker of Salem was in the city shopping yesterday. Miss Ruth Holirer and Roy Bohrer went to Salem today to spend Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Suttler. W. T. Terry came up from Atchi son last night to look at the new Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wist came ovs from Fargo shopping Saturday. Mrs. John Tielien of Salem was shopping In the city Saturday. Miss Nora Kelly came down from Verdon to attend the St. Patrick’s lesture. Miss Grace Auxin of Verdon came down to attend chorus practice on Tuesday evening and remained in I town the guest of Mrs. Fenton. Miss Lola Sturms of Straussville came down for chorus practice last night. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Robb. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey, Mrs. Emerson Rowers and Miss Una Snidow came down from Verdon Tuesday evening to attend chorus practice. Charles Everhart came down froi Seneca, Kansas on business today. Henry Moerer of Johnson was look ing after business here yesterday. Mrs. Philpot returned to her home at Humboldt yesterday after a visit with Mrs. W. A. Greenwald. LEGAL NOTICES Sheriff’s Sale In Lie Richadson County District Court, state of Nebraska. Peter Christen, Plaintiff, vs. The Improved Order of Red Men, Lo gan Tribe No. 03, Defendant. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an execution issued out of the District Court of Richardson County, State of Nebraska, in the above entitled cause dated the 27th day of February, 1911, I will as sheriff of the County of Richardson and state of Nebraska, offer at public sale, in front of the west door of the court house in Falls City in said County and State on the 8th day of April 1911, between the hours of lu a, m. and 2 p. in. of said day, the following described real es tate situated in the town formerly known as Arago, but now named Fargo, in said Richardson County, State of Nebraska, towit: The KVa of Lot 7 in Block 8 in said town or village, according to the original plat and survey of the old town or vil lage of Arago. Said property was taken in execution by me under the writ aforesaid and upon which Is situated a certain frame building as a part thereof, as the property of Urn defendant, “The Improved order of Red Men, Logan Tribe No. (13.’’ Seized and will be sold to satisfy a judgment, entered in the said district court in favor of the plaintiff, and against the defendant, together with costs and accruing costs. Terms of sale, cash. \Vr. T. FENTON. Sheriff. Reavis & Reavis, Attys for Pltf. Firrst pub, March 10, five times Notice To Creditors In the County Court of Richardson County, Nebraska: In the matter of the estate of James R. Reynolds, deceased. It is ordered by the court that the time limited for creditors to file claims against said estate is six months fro • the 14th day of February, 1911, and all claims not filed in this court, duly verified, on or before the 14th day of August, 1911, will he forever bar red. Ordered further that all claims filed against said estate will be ex amined and adjusted by the court, in the county court room, in the court house in Falls City, in said coun ty, April 14, June 14 and August 15th, 1911, at the hours of nine o'clock a. m. My order of the court dated Feb ruary 14th, 1911. JOHN GAGNON, County Judge. First publication March 10-4t. Shei iff’s Sale In the District court of Richardson County, State of Nebraska. A. D. Minis, Plaintiff, vs C. 11. McColm, N. E. McColm anil William .1. Nelson, Defendants. •Notice is hereby given that by virtue of ail order of sale issued out of the District Court of Riehadson County, State of Nebraska and un der Hie seal thereof and to me dir ected, I will, as sheriff of Richard son County, on the 1st day of April, 1911 offer at public salt in front of tiie West door of the court house in Ealjs City, Nebraska, between the hours of 10 a. m, and 2 p. m. of said cay the following tracts of real estate situated in Richardson County, Stati of Nebraska, and particularly described as follows, towit: the north half of the northeast quarter, tiie northwest quarter and southwest i uarter except ten acres in a square out of the southwest corner of said southwest quarter all in Section 9, and northeast quarter of north cast quarter except three and one-naif acres out of northwest corner lhereof, and the south half of the northeast quarter, and the north ast quarter it' the southeast quar ter and the southeast quarter of southeast quarter except three acres thereof owned by Robert Hodle, all in See. S and the East 21 and slxty two lnt idl eds acres of northeast quar 'ter of northwest quarter of Sec. 16 j all in Township 3, Range 17. E 6th, i*. M.. I!n hardson County, Nebraska. Said property is siezed and will be sold to satisfy a decree of said dis trict court entered in favor of the above named plaintiff, A. D. Annis, i and against the above named defend I ants, the said C. B. McColm, N. E. McColm, and William J. Nelson. Terms of sale, cash. W. T. FENTON, Sheriff Reavis & Reavis, Atty for Pltff. First publication March 3, 5 times. Legal Notice In the Richardson County District I Court, State of Nebraska. Suit In Equity to Quiet Title To Real Estate I Elmer Hoselton, Plaintiff vs I Edward S. Pyle, Sarah L. Baker, llenry Keiger and Wirt Ven sonhaler, Defendants. To Edward S. Pyle, non-rerident defendant. You are hereby notified that the plaintiff, Elmer Hoselton, did on the 6th day of February, 1911, file his petition in the district court of Rich ardson County, State of Nebraska, against you and the other named defendants herein, the object and prayer of which is to quiet the title in him, to the following described real estate situated in Richardson County, State of Nebraska, towit: Commencing at the Northeast cor ner of the Northeast quarter (Vi) of tlie Southeast quarter (Vi) of Sec tion Twenty (20), in Township one (l)Rango seventeen(17) east, thence west forty-two (42) rods; thence south eighty (80) rods; thence east twenty-one and a half rods (21 Vi) rods; thence north forty-six (46) rods; thence east twenty-two and ton-twenty-thirds rods to section line; thence north to the place of beginning, containing twelve acres; and to estop you from claiming or asserting titles to said land,and from taking advantage of any irregularity in the obtaining of a decree in the district court of Richardson county, Neb., in favor of Jennie R. Pyle your former wife, appropriating said land to the support of her and your two infant children, pronounced in a certain cause pending in said court in which the said Jennie R. Pyle was plaintiff and you Edward S. Ply was defendant, which said decree was rendered on January 28th, 1909, and by a sale lmd there under this plain tiff became the purchaser. And you are further notified that unless you plead, answer or demur to said petition on or before the 24th day of April. 1911, the same will be taken pro confesso, and a decree arguable to the prayer thereof will lie entered accordingly. This publication is made by order of said district court. REAVIS & REAVIS, Attys for Plaintiff First publication March 10-Gt. Notice of School Bond Election Notice is hereby given to the legal ly qualified electors of the school district of Falls City, No. 56, in Richardson County, State of Nebras ka, that an election will be held in said school district in Falls City, Ne braska on Tuesday the 4th day of April, A. D., 1911, tor the purpose of submitting to the qualified electors of said district, for their adoption or rejection, the following proposition, towit: Shall the school hoard of Falls City, Nebraska, he authorized to is sue bonds of said school district to the amount of forty thousand dol lars, ($4.,000.00) or as much thereof as in: y be necessary for the pur pose of purchasing a site for a new school building, and for the erec tion thereon of a school house, and for the furnishing of the necessary apparatus and furniture for the equip ment of the same; said bonds to be come due at the expiration of the j period of twenty years from the! date of their issue, hut to he payable! at any time after the expiration of j ten years after . the date, at- the i option of said school district, and such bonds are to bear five and one- j half, (5ti) interest per annum, in terest payable annually; and to levy an annual tax on the taxable prop erty in said school district, not .to exceed five mills for the payment of the interest on said bonds and to create a sinking fund to be used in ! paying off such bonds when the same shall become due. Said election shall be by ballot up-! on which shall be printed or written | the following proposition: For the i:.nuance of forty thousand dollars (140,000.00) In bonds to be used in purchasing a site for a school house, erection of a school i house thereon,and for the furnish- \ mg the same, and for the levy j of annual tax. Against the issuance of forty tlious and dollars ($40,000.00) in bonds to be used in purchasing a site for a school house, erection of a school house thereon, and for the furnishing of the same and for the levy of aual tax. The proposition submitted shall be followed by an appropriate square wit ! in which the voter may indicate hsi wish to vote. The votig places shall be at the same places and same hours at which the regular city election shall be held on said day, which are as fol lows: The First Ward polling place shall be in the Fire room of tile Library Building. The Second Ward at the office of the County Clerk in the court house. The Third Ward at the National lie tel in said city. The polls will open at 0 o’clock a.; ni. and close at 7 o’clock p. m. on the above date. A separate ballot and ballot box shall be furnished for said election, the clerks and judges of the regular city election shall act as judges and clerks of the school bond election. By order of the board of educa tion this 14th day of March A. I). 1911. JOHN LICHTY, President FRED BRECHT, Secretary. First publication March 17-3t GLOBE SIGHTS. 9 A farmer who believes in planting early thinks laziness is the principal reason why some others don’t follow his example. An Atchison woman carries out thi; color scheme. She raises buff chickens and uses buff stationary to ! advertise them. An Atchison reporter has a domesti difference item that would startle the town, but ho has been sworn to sec recy for two months. Brakemen have a reputation of being good fighters but you can de pend upon it that the Missourians are not afraid of them. An Atchison preacher sent a com munication to this office in which he said: “See John 20:28" That's no way to speak of John. As a general rule, the early spring vegetables bear evidence of having left their southern home too early, or lingered too long on the way. If a certain man we know in this town works as much as two evenings a week he “lets on” that he works every night. An Atchison woman says she has found the only way to get along with her friends and relatives is never to lay down rules for them to obey. With the possible exception of a supreme court judge, no man in the < ountry has as long a vacation as those busy bees people brag on so mnen. A certain young man we know, just about 23 years of age, is keeping com pviy with a girl not over 16 years old. The brakemen in town say lie is "rocking the cradle.” If one person is as good as anoth er and every one is equal, why is it s farmers wives make butte' which sells for 35c a pound when clin-rs can't get 25 cents? While most young people are afraid they will die young, it isn't the the ory that the good perish in their youth which prompts these vague forebodings. Joining the navy is a great way to see the country, but in all other re spects it is a good deal like work ing on the farm without any rest on Cuts the'grease and bVLTTC'fivm Enamelware, Agateware Granite ware Aluminumware.TJmaam etc Because it quickly and hygienic ally removes all discolorations, corrosions and grease without scratching or injuring the surface. Soap cleaning leaves a sticky film that catches more dirt. Many other uses and Full Directions on Large Sifter-can lO? rainy days. Onco in a while an unusual investi gating committee surprises the wort by finding out something the world didn't know before the investigation began. Belonging to the army has its disadvantages, but there is always some amusement for the soldiers; the militia always attracts more or less attention. While you frequently hear of a pic ture being turned towrad the wall, most people ding to the old-fashion ed custom of consigning the dircard to the attic. Yon may have noticed that an old it'end you liavn’t seen for years. ; >•" ns terribly glad to see you if ho ' hasn't prospered as much as you have during the years of separation. When a man begins to cut down [expenses by using a cheaper brand of | cigars, he throws away so many be fore they are smoked up that the ! process doesn't fatten his hank act ■ ' tint much. — Somehow we never had the heart to joke men when new babies arrived at their homes. No one who uses them seems to take very good care of typewriter* or farm implements. After a hoy passes fifteen lie oc casionally compliments something besides things to eat. It is the loafer who complain* about conditions. A poor, hard working man seldoms complains. If a farmer does his Joy-riding on a manure spreader this time of year he will have more money next fall to buy gasoline for joyriding in his automobile. After hearing some women talk about lent, one comes to the concln cion that it mustbe a season set by for them to get their corset cover* made. You may have observed how a man with two umbrellas will manage to have both of them at the wrong end of the line when a rain comes up suddenly. Another popular lie among the hungers is the story of the man with an old muzzle loader, who gets mom game than the gent with an automat ic, choke-bored gun. It is quite possible for a boy to go to the bad without reading any more demoralizing literature than Lou isa M. Alcott’a novels. A hook is a is a good deal harder to understand than a woman. A very young man, when lie butt® into society, is apt to dance as though he were dancing by the mile. It is well to remember that ther<» just as much competition in any other business as there is in your business. A bar tender’s idea of fashion ia most anything which will afford a suitable back ground for his dia monds. A newspaper reporter can keep a secret alright, but there isn't any thing which liurt-s her feelings worse. — Theatrical attractions, however, j are better than they look the next i day to a man who eats supper after j the play. Married men advise marriage just as lodge men advise initiation;they i want to see the other fellow squirm. j Lettuce, not being particularly pal ! a table or nourishing, is something al «.'ii raise. Whenever it is given out that an actor is in a hospital it is talked around that he is really in an asylum. What you do is a good deal more convincing than what you say, re gardless of your reputation for vor acity. A lawyer is, in many cases, a man who drags his client to the shore, ami then leaves him half naked on the beach. It occasionally happens that a man can quote Shakespeare freely without being particularly brilliant in other respects. While the safety razor doesn’t talk back in this controversy with bar bers, it continues to cut considerable whiskers.