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- - ' . _ , ' VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 15 , 1904. NUMBER IS'
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"LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Harry Jenne is spending the
: week at home
L. J. Varvel of Rule was in
. town Tuesday.
, . " Dr. VanOsdel of Barada was
\ in town Tuesday.
. IngraIn Cain came down from
; Stella V4 ednesday
. Nellie Goolsby was down from
, Verdon . Thursday.
P. S. Heacock went to Kansas
i , , . . City on business Monday.
G. E. Hall made a business .
trip to Verdon eclnesday.
Carrie Boyd of Rule was a
Falls City visitor 1'uesday. :
, M A. Frank and wife were
down ' , from Verdon Tuesday.
Irs. Hoops came down from ,
Verdon on business Tuesday.
John Hoover drove down from
r Shubert on business Tuesday.
. . "Cap" Evans was down from
Stella on business ednesday.
A. Neitzel made a business
, trip to Highland , Kan. . Tuesday.
. , , Chas. l\fIcCool of Salem was in
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i : r _ the city on business edl1esday.
- J. W. Christy of Shubert trans-
acted business in the city Mon-
J. M. Robertson of Verdon was
transacting business in this city
Minnie Swisegood , of Verdon
was a pleasant caller at this office
J. 'V : Patterson of Humboldt
made a business trip to this city
, ' Grace Hale of Auburn spent
I - Wednesday with Belle Hossack
at this place.
Mrs. Sarah Wylie left Wednes-
day for an extended visit in Forest -
est . City. Mo.
= m Rob't. Hoback of Barada was
II circulating among his Fans City
friends Monday. :
Ii A. Graham is slowly getting
' rid of a very large and complete
, specimen of a carbuncle.
II . , Will Codington and George
Schneider Auburn werein Falls
, City the first of the week. .
Mrs. E. Firebaugh has pur-
l : J . . ; chased the Barker property on
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McLa street and has moved
Dr. Miner reports the arrival of
a son at the nome of Geo. Duer' = :
feldt and wife northeast of town
on last Saturday. . '
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The work of building the power
house at the new mill is in pro-
gress. For greater safety the
power house will be entirely sep-
arate from the main structure.
As soon as this work is compl ted
the mill win be ready for operation ! -
tion , and Falls City win have one
of the largest and ' best flouring
mills in the state.
The movi ng picture show at
the Gehling Monday night was
witnessed by a large audience.
. The pictures were good and the
exhibit embraced a wide vari-
ety of subjects. A feature of the
entertainment was the appear-
ance of a male singer with a
good soprano voice.
Great improvements will be
made in Falls City during the
summer in the way of permanent
walks. Most of the concrete
will probably be laid early in the
season as that which was laid
late last fall was injured in some
cases bv freezing.
Irs. J. C. Martin who has been
visiting in Florid .l ret rned , home
Tuesday her return having been
hastened by the serious illness of
her infant son. Mr. : Martin met
her at St. Louis.
Now is mankind generally
haunted' by that hungry restless
look that won't come off until
houses are cleaned and order once
more restored in the domestic
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Governor Mickey has appointed -
ed J. H. Hill of this city as a
delegate to the national good
roads association which win con-
vene in St. Louis May 16.
The interior _ of the ling Phar-
macy has been newly papered this
week , which adds much to the
appearance of that . . already neat
and popular place.
Joe Culp left yesterday : for
oungston , Ohio where he goes
to visit his father , who is 91 years
of age and whom he has not seen
for many years.
Prof. Harnack is very busy
getting things in shape for train-
ing the band and orchestra that
will furnish music for the Salem
Chas. Hoffman who was so bad-
ly injured a few weeks ago by
falling on the sidewalk is able to
get around again without the aid
of a crutch.
J. H. Han and Walter . Veach
of Verdon was in the city yester-
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Does Falls City - ' .
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A well known resident of this
city has lately been irt correspon-
dence with parties who desire to
establish a big brick manufacturing -
ing plant in this city. The mat-
ter has begun to assume definite
form , as shown by the following
letter which was received W d-
Chanute , Kan. . April 11 , 1.904
-Your most valuable letter at
hand of the 10th and will say that
we are ready to consider a loca-
tioli for a press brick plant and
would like to have some detailed
information of the size of your
city ; also some information with
reference to pure water and the
inducement the city might make
for an institution of that kind.
We propose to run an institution
with a capacity of 18,000 pressed
brick and 35,000 commons daily.
If you have a commercial club in
your city would kindly ask you
to put us in contact with them.
. Thanking you in advance for
any favors you might render us ,
we remain , Yours truly ,
Smith & Elliott.
New Time Card.
A new time card went into ef-
fect 011 the Burlington last Sun-
day and some important changes
have been made in the arrival
and departure of trains at this
point. The east bound express
which formerly arrived at 7:44 : a.
m. , now arrives at 7:47. : The
Denver express arrives at 1:35 : p.
m. instead of 1:55 : ; the local Lin-
coln express arrives at ] :48 p. m.
instead of at 2:05 : ; the east bound
Portland train will arrive at 7:27 :
p. m. instead of at 5:12. : No. 116
the local accommodation will stop
here instead of proceeding to
Atchison and will arrive at 9:30 :
p. m. No. 115 will run between
Falls City and Nebraska City ,
leaving at 11:30 : p. m. every day
except Sunday , The turn table
was erected in accordance with
this change of servic
Blaze ai Dawson.
Dawson was again visited by
the fire fiend Tuesday forenoon of
this week. About 11 o'clock
while Geo. Stiles and his assist-
ants were shelling corn out of the
mammoth cribs of the J. H.
Lynds company , a spark from
the engine blew into the crib and
in a very short time the south end
was a solid mass Qf flame. The
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This letter l has been turned ,
over to V. G. Lyford , president ref
of the commercial club , and the '
information asked has' -been for-
warded. Messrs. Smith & Elliott " -
win doubtless reply stating their
wants and outlining their propo- t
tition more definitely and then it j \ ' \
win be up to the citizens to decide
upon acceptance or rejection. If \ . ,
the requests of these gentlemen ,
are reasonable , the people of this 6' f'
city will doubtless stand ready to \
give them the proper encourage-
ment We have in the immediate .
vicinity of Fans City an abundance - \
dance of of clay perfectly adapted
to brick making , and this , together -
gether with good shipping facih : .
ties and other advantages , should
wake Falls City a good point for
the location of an idustry of this
kind. From the figures quoted ,
it ! is evident that the plant is to
be a big one and is alt enterprise
we should secure if it is possible
to do so upon reasonable terms.
flames quickly spread to the
wheat and oats cribs near by and
by the time the fire boys arrived
on the scene the fire had attained
such headway that it was ! useless
to try to quench the blaze and
they concentrated their energies
on saving the coal bins and adjoining -
joining buildings. About 3,000
bushels of fine corn were destroyed -
ed with many hundred of wheat
and oats , but at this " writing
( Tuesday aft ; rnoon ) the exact
loss has not been ascertained.
The wind was blowing from the . . !
northwest at the time the fire
started which fact saved the . elevator -
vator and other valuable property -
Christopher V eick . - .
Christopher Veick died at the '
home of his daughter Alrs.Laud-
kemper , near Barada last Mon-
day. Mr. Veick was born in Ger-
many 71 years ago. He was
wen known and highly regarded
in the vicinity in which he lived.
Besides the daughter at whose
home he died he leaves a son who
lives at Highland , Kan , and a
daughter who is a 'missionary in
South Africa. His funeral was
held at Barada on Wednesday
and was largely attended. .
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