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title: 'The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, March 20, 1908, Page 8, Image 8',
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8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MARCH 20 , 1908
240 acres well Improved , H miles from Depot hi Kas. Good spring1 Best of terms. Will take
10 acres as part payment , balance long1 time at low interest.
Henry C. Smith 200 acres 1 # miles from depot , Richardson county , Nebraska. Good buildings and land , Will
take -10 or 80 acres as part payment.
. ICO acres upland , 1 mile from depot , Richardson county , Nebraska. 512,000.
160 acres Johnson county , Nebraska. 80 rods to church and school. Best of terms. Might rent.
107 acres near Brownvillc , Nebraska.
80 acres # -mllc from Falls City high school.
LANDS & LOANS 010 acres , 88,000 improvements Also 640 acres adjoining. Will take 100acres us part payment.
Fine running' water. A No. 1 opportunity.
Win. Leslie was un Omaliii visitor tlio
latter part of hist week
.Mrs. R N. lCtutonwho , qulto recently
underwent nn operation , IB now dolnp
nicely. She Is tit the homo ot her
mother , Mrs. S. S. Domiltlson of thla
Or a nil urn Evans spent Monday as u
guest of Mra. J. C. Shulenburi ? .
Thotnaa Lilly htul ttio mlsforluno
lust Monday to full from u eorn-crlb ,
hurting him qulto bud. But under Dr-
Shocks fcklllful euro ho Is now doing
Mr. and Mrs. S. Davis 1ms boon en-
tortiilnlnu the former's mother , of
Stollu , for the past week.
Grundmu Davis of Stollu enjoyed n
pleasant visit lust Tucsdny with her
old-time friends , Grumlnm Lewis und
duuchter , Miss Mugglu.
Win. Snolllnp visited Sundiiy with
friends at Biirudu.
Mndums Dr. Shook und M. II. Taylor
were shopping In Auburn Friday.
Juke Blrdsloy und wife visited with
relatives ut Falls City lust Thursday.
P. M. Outhout wus u business visitor
nt Fulls City lust Snturdny.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L'lcrson loft with
their cur of household needs for Me-
Cook lust week , where they expect to
make their future homo.
Mrs. Win. Specco und MM. I. N.
Rupnrd wore Stollu visitors lust Wed
Mr. Q. J. Chester ontortulned rela
tives from Fulls City several duyb last
Wo cun now bo proud of u now jew
elry dopurtmeiit which arrived here
Mrs. Jno. Single loft Tuesday for
Marvin Crows and wife are the par
ents of u flno bnby that arrived qulto
Horn to Mr. und Mrs. Win. Fish lust
week , a duughtur.
Mrs. Lewis Urlsby Is now making
her homo with her mother durlne the
ubscnee of her husband at Champion ,
Chus. Wilson and wife of nuar Stella ,
was over during the past week.
John Chester did tome plastering for
J. C , Shulenborg Monday.
Juke Hlrdsloy and wl.'o woro-in town
visiting relatives Saturday.
Klngsloy Uoldcn bus been very sick
for the past few duys but IB now some
Coney BuhoUvt of Biirudu loaded u
ear with hogs Monday. Ho accompan
ied them to market at St. Joe.
Walter Morohead of Buruda is now
employed with his well-digging ontllt
at the home of Guy Ilutehings.
Floury Slemerlng of near Barada
shipped 03 head of hogs from hero to
Chus. Fell and Lewis Brlsby left for
Champion , Xobr. , the luttor part of
lust week , where they huvo a great
deal of carpenter work to do.
Cloyd Athey loft last week for Illi
nois , whore ho will find employment ,
also visit relatives.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
John Peterson are sorry for them over
the loss of their little baby , which wus
laid to rest last Monday. The mother
will bo remembered as Miss Grade
Branln and has many friends hero who
sympathize with her In her sorrow
Mr. F. W. Woodward of Numaha
WUB u pleasant culler here Tuesday.
Dr. Montgomery of Stella was a caller
huro Monday to assist Dr. Shook with
a surgical operation.
Dr. Frny.lor of Nnmaha wus culled
hero Tuesduv , In consultation over
Mrs. Chus. Bacon.
Mr. LauUumper of Verdou was enter'
tahiL-d ut supper ut the home of Mr ,
uml Mrs. Snulllng Tuesday evening.
Mr. und Mrs. Grunt Shubert cntcr-
tulned M. 10. Conard und family of
Auburn the llrst of last weok.
KOSB Klnton , who recently underwent
u surgical operation at Omaha , Is now
getting along nicely.
Mrs. Chiis ! . Bacon , who has been very
low for the past week with but little
hopes of recovery , Is nowullltlo butter.
Mr * . Elmer King Is now spending a
few weeks with her mother In custom
At the regular meeting lust Tuesday
evening the W. O. W. initiated two
now members , alter which un elegant
lunch was Rprcad. Deputy Sovereign
Davis of Teeiimsoh guvo quite un Inter
esting talk and a splendid time was had
by all present.
A spring term of school commenced
at the Y. "ohoolhouso Monday , with
Miss Josle Mahan us teacher.
Dolly Scott wns a Ilulo visitor one
day lust week.
Prowlers tried to effect an entrance
to the home of J. M. Smith sometime
last Sunday night. Mrs. Smith and
two small children were ulono In the
house ut the time , und being afraid of
the Intruders they spent the rest of the
night at the homo of a neighbor.
Mrs. J. C. Shepherd , who has boon
qulto sick with the grip , Is Improving.
Mr. Green of Blue Springs , Nobr ,
has moved to the reservation , where he
will farm this summer.
A. Graves and wife moved Into Mr.
Frederics property , lately vacated by
Jumcs Larundo is working In Falls
Mosdamns Paul and Solglcr solicited
help for the new church among Falls
City friends one day lust ' eelc. They
report a liberal contribution.
George Fischer was kicked by u horse
and seriously Injured recently.
Charles Scott returned last week
from a business trip to Iowa ,
Jim Hedge and family moved from
ilulo to Indacot a short time ago.
Hay Hart was on the sick list several
days last week.
I S. Bunker of Fortcscuo met with
un accident ut his bawmlll a few days
ago which resulted In the loss of two
fingers and u pun of the thumb on his
W. E. Illlla ol Omaha , manager of
the glass and paint works at that place ,
was hero last week und secured an
order for the urt glass to bo used In the
windows of the new M. E. church.
The material will cost $305.
Alice Tllton returned the llrst of the
week from a week's visit with friends
at Falls City.
Munhaten Arnold of Preston was a
Hulo visitor one day lust week.
Ed. Duvls was u Fulls City visitor
ouo duy recently.
Humor says Hulo is full of tnmllpox.
Now the exact truth of the mutter , at
this time ( Monday ) there are three enses
In Mr. Cronlns' family and ono In Jake
IIuvlo3's. All the rest of the cises : are
In the country , north und west of Rulo.
Wo make this statement , as wo think
the truth in such cases is better than
such cxugcrutcd accounts.
Mrs. Hosford unJ family huve moved
into the country south of Rulo.
John Grlzer und wife of Fortescuo
visited Hulo relatives Thursday of last
| Rev. W. B. Maze of Dawson wus In
Ilulo in a business way ono day lust
Jell Gilbert has put a now glass door
In the front of his house , Is fixing up
closets , cementing cistern and making
many other Improvements In their
Elins Packet has sold his property to
Ike Lunsford ,
Mrs. Plumb wont to Missouri lust
week for u few days visit.
Mrs. Ed. Davis departed for Beatrice
Saturday for a few days visit.
Uncle George Harris is real poorly
at this tlmo.
Fred Brown visited relatives hero
Saturday and Sunday.
Clarence McWatn and wife moved
onto the Majurts place lust week.
Ruth Kanuly returned home from
Kansas City last week.
Mrs. Fred Brown of F. lls City who
is visiting her sister , Mrs. Frank Rob
inson , at this place , had a little daugh
ter born to her Friday night.
Ike Lunsford has moved his family
back to Rulo.
J. M. Smith , who Is working in Wy-
more , spent Sunday with his family at
F. T. Darrow of Lincoln was trans
acting business hero Friday.
Prof. Marrow speut a part of lust
week in Lincoln.
Mrs. Pierce and two children re
turned Sunday night from St. JOP ,
where they have been visiting relatives
for the past few day9
The stores of J. S.Wlnterbottom and
George Ocotnbo were entered by tno
use of keys one night last week and
several articles taken from each place.
The same parties also tried to open the
door of Frank Simons' hardware store ,
but broke the key In the lock and made
a failure there. The parties were cap
tured at Falls City the next day and
Leonard Simon of Preston was call
ing on old friends In Ilulo ono duy lust
Cy May Is able to be out again after
a two weeks' sickness.
The merchants had a general window
washing lust weok.
Mrs. John Firobaugh of Claremont ,
Wyo. , has been visiting relatives In
G. X. Ocombo bought the J. S. Brown
stock of goods ,
Herman Kloopfol wus a Falls City
visitor one day last week.
News scarce this week. Everybody
staying at home.
Jim Zelgler visited In Rule last week.
George E. Ward returned from a
trip to western Nebraska and Kansas
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Record wore For
est City visitors the last of the week.
Mary Russell was a Falls City visitor
The Rule Register moved last week
into ono of the rooms in the Hosford
and Gagnon building.
Jim Roberts arrived in Rule from
St. Joseph Monday.
F. E. Kulp of Wymoro wus transud
ing business In this city the first of the
The friends of Undo Billy Johnson
will be pleased to know that he is now
able to get out of doors a little.
Dan Flcklo took a homestead near
McCook , while ho was on a visit there
Postmaster Evans has received
notice from the postoffice depart
ment that mail service has been
ordered for the B. & M. to com
mence on March 23 and that after
that date we will receive mail
twice a day over the Burlington.
It is also rumored that the morning
ing- service between here and
Stella over the Star route will be
discontinued and that soon we
will have only one mail a day
between here and Stella. Under
the new contract the B. & M.
agents are to receive and deliver
the mail at the postoffice up town.
OY will be interested to know that we have just received a large quantity of excellent Shirt Waists
and these we secured by a most fortunate purchase and in order that you may have an early
opportunity to examine them we shall place the entire collection an Sale commencing
This assortment includes all the New and Snappy designs , from the plain simple tucked effects to the
most elaborate embroidery amd lace trimmed garments , : - : x ; - ;
We have , to show you six (6) ( ) different
styles in Sheer Lawns , trimmed with Lace
We Want You to See These Goods
No. 1316 A very pretty 15
gored plaited front and back , black
Voile Skirt trimmed with 5 narrow
Taffeta bands a ( j Q A A
beauty at tjj *
No. 1140 Ladies' 9 gore box
and inverted plaits , trimmed with
tabs of Taffeta
Falls City , Nebr.
Going up in price one finds more beautiful trim
mings and fine cloths varying up to the handsome
French Lawns trimmed in Pannel effects
and All Over Embroidery designs up to
No. 1324 Ladies'9 Gored C.C.
Panama trimmed with 4 Taffetta
bands , a skirt that is well worth
No. 1356 Ladies' u gore , full
sweep , plain tailored , , box and in
verted plaits , Gray and tan striped
At whatever price you wish to pay we
offer a variety of garments all excellently
made and every one a real bargain. : - : : - :
We Want You to See These Goods
No. 1331 Ladies'Silk dot nov
elty , blue , Danish , box plaited ,
trimmed with two wide and one
narrow silk d * > AQ
bands tpO. O
No. 1300 Ladies' extra size 13
gore , inverted plaits with waist
bands up to 34 inches , black
WE Have just finished unpacking a splendid shipment of "Prefection" Skirts Jackets and Petticoats. The
Style , Fit , the Material , the Workmanship of these Garments are the Best that brains and intelligent
manufacturing can make-them. The Very Best of material is used in these garments and they are all well
shaped and liberally cut. These Garments are truly worthy of your confidence and they are all so modestly
priced that you can no longer afford to make your own garments at home.
The "Prefection" garments are recognized TOP NOTCHERS in the ready-to-wear line , and a visit of
inspection will prove to you that these garments have no "peer" in workmanship.
You Want What You Want
Ladies' and Misses'Jackets plain
and fancy fabrics in all the Latest
Styles including the box back ,
semi fitted mannish tailored effects
. $2.50 to $7.50
No. 1369 Misses' 9 gore plait
ed effect , double box plaited front
trimmed with bias self folds , full
sweep , in blue , red
Falls City , Nebr.