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4 . . a 1 1F t 4 9 January 22 , 904 THE FALLS CITY TR I BUNE 5 , : , Neighborhood News " . : ; : : < ' Shubert . \ . - , : IY1rs..i. M. Evans was a Falls ' ? - ' - ' 1 , . , . ' 1 ' ; City visitor I ridin' . . ; . J. P. King visited relatives in . the country Sunday. . . ' : , " , , .Mrs. Frank Saal is entertaining - ' . a sister from Nemaha. ' : . . ; . , . Ql1ite a number took in the , ; . show at Stella Saturday nig-ht. Chas. \\.Tilson and wife visited . . . . . . ; . . ' relatives in the country Sunday. . ' : . I" R. Reasoner and wife spent . Sunday with Henry Leslie at this . . . , place - . " . " Joe Harper and wife entertain- : cd a 'few of their friends Monday I , " . e\'ening. ; C. H. Henderson made a busi- _ . , ' , " , : : . Hess l trip in the country luring the week. ' . . . , Vera Berg-sma was the guest of Ross Kenton and wife , Thursday of last week. 14 . . , Peter Felt of Champion , Neb. , , : is visiting his brother , Charles " . , ' < . : - : . - Felt at this place. - . ' . ' . . . ' . . ' , : - - J. M. : Evans , George Lewis , . : : ' and E. C. Riggs were Stella visit- , , : ' . " F ors Tuesday evenmg. 't > ; ; ' : , " ' : ' , - ' : Mrs. Willard Shubert was the Z - - , . - _ . : . guest } of her parents at Barada . , . . . - . . . - . ' . , . ! \c.- ; ; ; . : ; : , . ' ; . . ; ' ; , ' . ' . : during the past week . . \ . . . . I . : i Guy Harper was the guest of ' ti , . ' . his uncle and aunt , Lee Bolejack 'a. and wife of this place. . . . ' Mrs . Joe Henderson who has ' - , ' E been quite sick for the past few ' - . weeks is impro.\ ' ng slowly. " _ - . The little daughter of George . : . Quig-gle and wife has been quite t ' : : ' , . , sick for the past few days ' 1 \ Will Eagle and wife of Howe . p1i f - : T . " have been visiting with friends > at this place the past few days. : . , . , " 11Irs. Bertha Shubert and little . " - . . laughter spent Sunday with her e . parents , Steve Poland and wifc. " - . . , " _ The W. O. W. lodge are plan- " ning' a pleasant time for its mem- ' their families in " bel's and the : ; ' near future. ' ; ' There will be a series of meet- _ ings held at the Christian church ( luring the week by a gentleman ] from Ottawa , Kan. : ? 1IaeVed < l1e received a lovely I' gold watch the 8th , it being her : r 18th birthday The present was given by her parents. 'Ve have often heard it said ' , that a green Christmas denoted a " S _ full graveyard and it seems as - ? ' though : it is most always a true 1 saY1J1g' 3 Judge Brallnin received notice - . last Monday that his pension had t . been increased to 830 per month , . ' which is only a just recognition } of his valiant services to our j country in her hour of peril. Although - f though coming late it will help d to make his declining days com- corn- ] I . - - . - - . - - - - - - - - > - - - - . - - - - - . . - - L. L. Jones , Guy Hutchins , E. I. Riggs , Lee Bolcjack , Charles Lord and W. W. James . made a business trip to Falls City , 'l'ues- day of thc past week. J. L. . Dalby companied his wife as far as Falls City , . Sunday on her way to Albany , Mo. , where she will spend some time with her daughter . , 1\1rs. J. 'l'ip- ton. What our little town needs is a new opera house and one that is larger than the present one , and then we can expect some good shows in our town as well as any other place. The young friends of : Mattie Burch were very much surprised by thc announcement of her mar- riage. That is one on the young folks at Shubert. Keep your eyes open in the future. Guy Harper of Seattle , Wash- ing-ton came home Saturday for a visit with his parents. Guy left for the west about nine months ago. He first went to Eugene , Oregon where he stayed until in August 1903 , f..toingthcn to Seattle to visit his friend and old school-mate , Ward Wheeler , where he accepted a clerkship in one of the large department stores of that city , remaining in the highest esteem of his employ to the present time. - - - - - Ohio. E. J. Peck and wife visited at J. W. Iaust's . Sunday . afternoon. Ketter Bros. shelled corn for John Peppenhagen Monday and delivered to Eph Peck. - W m. Huttner shelled corn Monday - day afternoon. Bessie Keller is visiting in Falls City the guest of H. L. Will , this week. Anson and Lloyd Kl1isel.r and their sister visited in this neighborhood - borhood Sunday. Oscar Burk shelled corn 'rues- day and delhrered it to Strauss- vi11e. vi11e.H. H. C. Peck gave a dinner Sun- day to some of his young friends in honor of his .birthday M'rs. J.V. . lviaust is on the sick list. We hope to hear of her speedy recovery. J. w. Dobbs visited at Oscar Burk's Sunday afterncon. Fred Roesch delivered his hogs to Straussvi11e last week. Rev. James A. Stouder went to Weeping Water to hold a series of meetings. The farmers of this vicinity are busy shelling and hauling . off their corn. Sunday School has been organ- bed : at the Silver Creek church. Born , to A'1r. and lvirs. Ed Al- len on January 14 , 1904 , a boy. Revival meetings are in pro- gress at the Maple Grove church. Cottage prayer meeting was held at the home of Ii' 1'11. Shaf- fer Thursday night. 7 . - - - - - . . . CITY PROPERTY r - I' ' vVe have ome good bargains in falls City property , in ; fact nearly every piece of properly that is i offered for sale is i all our list. , But this week will only give a description of a few homes to show you how cheap they are. . No. - a brand new , lo-room 2-story house with rood : furnace , hot and cold water , built out of good material , boxed I with ship lap , papered , then sided with good lap siding , elegantly - , gantly finished inside , nicely and conveniently arranged. Located on four lots in Evergreen 1- I ig-hts. ( This was just fin- Ished last week. And as the owner want to locate elst'- where will sell this at a sacrifice as this beautiful home cost 3,000 and for the above reason we will sell van . this for $ 2600 1 and give you time on 1,600 if you want it. ' 'vVe failed to mentioned that there is also two nicely finishccl porches to this , all nicely painted. You will miss a bargain if you want a home and fail to get this. 0 No. - 8-1'00111 front 64-ls an elegant 2-story - dwelling , and back porches , good large barn , buggy house , wood and coal house , nice hade and fruit trees , beautiful lawn l , good large cellar , well and water in the house ; on four nice lots. 1l Close in and in a g-ood part of town. We had this property listed before the owner left the city at $2 , See and he want the money to put in to his business , and now offers this ele- gant home for only $ 2 , 000 and if you haven't all of the cash we will make you a loan. Call and see 1\s \ as this is a bargain. No. 65-ls a good 8-room dwelling , good barn , buggy shed , wood and coal house , nice front and back porches , all in good repairs. On 2 nice lots , close in , and well located this we had listed at $1 1,500 before the owner moved away and he has bought in the town where he resides and needs the money to apply on his present home and now offers this nice home for $ 1 , 100 : This is certainly } a barg-ain. No. 66-1s a new two-story , 7-room dwelling , highly finished inside and out , neat and nicely arranged , city water , sink connected with cesspool. Located on a nice tract of land 70x140 feet deep ( but can add one or six lots more if desired ) . This is nicely located in the northeast part of the city , only 5 blocks from the post office , well built out of first class material and built by Samuel Bucher , good reason for selling. Now if you want a nice home we will sell you this for $2,850.00 on terms to suit. a No. 50-Is a good well improved farm of 135 acre . good two story 7 room house , large barn and other outbuilcls s hugs , good orchard , plenty of g-ood water , close ) to school i and church. Price $70 per acre and if you haven't all the . money owner will leave $5,000.00 in this farm at 5 per cent for 5 years This farm lies 0 mile south of Harada. Some i of this land is a little rolling but not rough , Also 54 acre in Section 16 , Town 3 , Range 17 ; fine 'rich soil , will grow as much corn per acre as $100.00 land , but we will sell you-this for $40 per acre. 3 FORSALE-A good $2 , 500.00 real l estate mortgage to run for five years at 6 per cent annual interest. ' WHIT AKER BROS. , OFFICE SECOND DOOR WEST OF STATE BANK. FALLS CITY NEBRASKA. SALE BILLS , Printed at The Tribune Office . . ' Entitles you to a free notice in the paper.