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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 7.9 , 1907
Har tried our Taffy.
It tastes as eood as it
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W 3 BBISOWkES
, ' BBI
. LOCAL LORE.
S Eat Sowles' candv.
V * ' Now is the time to subscribe.
* Ed May and wife were down
from Salem Friday.
Fred Scbold made a business
trip to Stella Monday
CF. . Reavis went to Omaha
Saturday on a short business trip.
Helen Davies is in Lincoln
spending Thanksgiving with her
Wesley Crook was a business
visitor to Red Oak , Iowa , last
L. Beasley is among the manv
who renewed his subscription
since our last issue.
Miss Hart , a teacher in the
High school , is spending Thanks
giving in Kansas City.
Mrs. Dr. Miner and children
went to Lincoln , Monday , to re
main over Thanksgiving. .
Ruth Heacock who is attend
ing the state university , came
home to spend Thanksgiving.
All persons knowing them
selves indebted to W. II. Crook
& Co. will please call and settle.
Miss Field 011 $ of our popular
school teachers , is % isiting
friends in Lincoln for a few days.
George Fisher is at home after
several months spent in the em
ploy of Simon Davies at Chester.
Katherinc Melissa' one of our
High school students , went to
Verdon Wednesday , to eat turkey
with home folks.
- * _ . . .
. Mildred Holland , a State
university student , came down I !
Wednesday to visit with home j
folks for a few days. i
Mr. and Mrs. Quiett and Mr.
and Mrs. George Wahl went to
Kansas City , Tuesday , to spend ,
a few days with relatives.
R. D. Waggoner and C. J.
Thomas of Rule helped us return
thanks this week by remembering
us in a substantial way on sub
Mrs. Irvin Shirley of Hum-
boldt came down the first of the
week and remained over Thanks
giving the guest of Dr and Mrs.
M. L. Wilson.
John Ward and wife of TVcum-
seh , came down the last of the
week to visit a short time with
Mrs. Ward's parents , F. W.
Miller and wife.
W. II. Nedrow and wife of
Verdon , were in the city Satur
day for a short visit with the old
folks. They made the Tribune
a pleasant call while in the cftv.
W. E. Allison , representative
of the St. Joseph Gazette , was
in the city Monday working in
the interest of Miss Vern Story
who is one of the contestants in
the Gazette contest now going
RevNeide is preparing a
series of special sermons to be
delivered. Sunday evenings at the
Episcopal church during the four
Sundays of Advent , begining on
next Sunday evening. All are
invited and we feel sure these
sermons will be a treat to those
who attend. See his announce-
mdnt in other column.
Mr , II. Koehler returned Sun
day from a four weeks stay in
Alabama , where he has extensive
land interests. Mr. Koehler has
made up his mind to locate in
the south and is preparing to re
move his family there in the near
future. This family have lived
in this vicinity for a number of
years and have many friends who
hate to see them leave but wish
them success in their new home.
How does this strike you for
Bargain day , Saturday , Nov.
30 , at the Candy Kitchen. Call
and see what you can get for 15c.
Chas. Leister , who has been
suffering for some time with
rheumatism , is again able to be
Dorthy White came down from
Lincoln on Wednesday to remain
over Thanksgiving with her
Dora Glines , who has been
employed as trimmer during the
past season has arrived home for
Saturday , Nov. 30 , you can get
chocolate creams or butter scotch
for 15 cents per pound at the
Mrs. 'Margaret Maddox left
Friday for Hastings to spend a
couple of weeks with her daugh
ter , Mrs. Geo. Dictsch.
Mike Sweeney of Sioux City ,
arrived in the city Saturday , and
will visit for a few days at
the home of W. II. Keeling.
Simon Davies arrived home
Saturday from Chester , having
completed the school house he
was building at that place.
Henry Stein , a former employe
of the Tribune , but now of Ne
braska City , was looking after
his attractions in this city Sunday.
Miss Patnaudeoneof our popu
lar milliners , left Sunday for
Chicago , where she will spend
the winter in a wholesale house.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ranger
and son Frank of Salem ate
Thanksgiving dinner with
Everett Scott and wife in this
city. _ _ _
Miss Elizabeth Sanford is
again at home after a season
spent in trimming. She will re
main with us during the coming
Save your money. Go to the
Candy Kitchen Saturday , Nov.
30 , and get a pound of chocolate
creams or a pound of butter
scotch for 15 cents.
Walter Ransom , who has been
in Kansas City for the past few
months , arrived in the cit } ' the
last of the week and will remain
at home during the winter.
R. E. Grinstead of Salem came
in Monday morning and gave us
enough cash on subscription to
enable us to buy the trimmings
for our Thanksgiving dinner.
Mrs. Ernest Vincent returned
to her home in Council Bluffs ,
Saturday , after a very pleasant
two weeks visit in this city with
her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Win.
E. F. Houtz and daughter of
Verdon were in the city Monday.
They lelt over the Burlington
for Maniton , Colo. , where they
go for the benefit of the daugh
On Sunday evening , December
1st , Mrs. Rose Bush Wilkinson ,
will occupy the pulpit at the
Christian Church at the regular
preaching hour in the interest
of the C. W. B. M. Hear her.
P. S. Heacock last week install
ed 20-horse Fairbanks
a new - power
banks & Morse gasoline engine
in his elevator at Shubert This
makes the elevator at that place
one of the most complete of the
many concerns of that nature
owned by this gentleman.
Joe Steele. who has been
seriously ill for some time is now
much improved , which will be
welcome news to his many friends
Joe has had a hard tussle , and
for a time but little hope was
entertained for his recovery , but
at present it is thought he will
soon be able to sit up.
Miss Vern Story of this city
has been nominated by her
friends as one of the St.
Gazette contestants , and is nowi i
working hard to win the capital
prize of $500. Miss Story is a
deserving young lady and her
many friends in this vicinity
sincerely hope she will prove the
And now comes Christmas.
Tom Whitaker returned the
first of the week from hissouth
Dr. Keiieker called Saturday
and gave us the price of a good
turkey , Thanks.
Norman Burnworth writes
trom Abdine , Kas. , to have his
Carrie E- Boyd o f Rule is
among our faithful ones to re
member us this week.
Did you make anyone happy
today ? If not your Thanksgiv
ing was not complete.
Mr. D. W. Reid came in from
Iowa , Wednesday , to spend
Thanksgiving at home.
Mrs. Ted Colhapp came down
from Humboldt and spent Satur
day with Mrs. Dr. Wuson.
Mrs. Dr. Moran left Tuesday
for a few. days visit with Miss
Molhe Moran in Kansas City.
All accounts now due W. II.
Crook & Co. must be settled at
once either by cash or bankable
Mrs. Paten and daughters of
University Place , arc guests at
the home of Dr. McMillan this
Etl BurriS ) who is now located
in Peru , was visiting his many
friends in this city a portion of
Reba Eversole , a student at
the Peru Normal , is the guest of
Miss Anna Mason in this city
John Hossack and wife and
Grandma Sinclair spent Thanks
giving at Verdon with Mr. and
Mrs. Will Sloan.
Misses May and Kate Maddox
came down from University
Place the last of the week to eat
turkey with home folks.
Dorothy Morehead , who is at
tending school at University
Place , came home last Friday
to spend her Thanksgiving
The W. C. T. U. will meet
with Mrs. Dr. Allison , at Ever
green Heights Wednesday , Oct.
4th. All members are urged to
Our merchants are beginning
to display their Christmas goods
and now the } ' will tell 3011 all
about their stocks though the
columns of the Tribune.
Thos. G. Bowker of Rule ,
sent us a five dollar bill this
week , to be applied on his sub
scription. This shows how he
appreciates a good paper.
Charlie Ileineiman is making
some substantial improvements
on the Keim property on north
Stone street , and when completed
will add greatly to its appearance.
Mrs. James Pickett went to
Tecumsch the first of the week
to visit for a few days with her
sister. She will also visit her
parents in Sterling before her re
Robt. N. Huston of Salem was
a business visitor in the cit } '
Tuesday. While here he made
us a very pleasant visit and con
tributed materially to our ex
Bargains in good smooth wheat
lands in Western Kansas , where
there is an inexhaustable supply
of water. Do not fail to write
D. F. Carter , Leoti , Kansas , for
Miss Kathcrine Seibel , teacher
in district No.74 , better known
as the Pleasant View school , will
give a box social in that school
house on Friday eveninu' , De
cember fith. A fine program is
being prepared and it is hoped a
good crowd will be in attendance.
Mrs. James Sinclair of Streater-
ville , Kas. , is in the city visiting
her daughter , Mrs. John Hos
sack. Mrs. Sinclair , although
past SO years of age , made this
trip alone , in fact one can hardly
realize she has reached this ad
vanced age as she is as spry as
the average person at 50.
Have you tried the brick Ice
Cream at the Candy Kitchen.
This is the season when Tom
and Jerry have their "innings. "
Mr. ftahr of Lincoln , spent
Sunday with his parents west of
, Hear "Burning , of thu Books"
at the First Methodist church
Sunday evening ,
Rev. A. W. Shamel spent Sat
urday iti this city the guest ol
Rev. C. A. Mastin. ' '
Ed Hays came down from Dawson -
son Tuesday evening for a short
visit with friends.
Mrs. R. A Munson of Oneida ,
Kas. , is visiting in this city with
her daughter , Mrs. Elliptt.
J. F. Brown of Stella , Neb. , a
prominent farmer was at the
today with a carload of hogs-
Miss Nellie Downs has been
confined to her home seyeral days
this week a victim of the grip.
School was dismissed Wednes
day afternoon and the pupils
given a vacation the balance of
Quite a number of our foot ball
enthusiasts went to St. Joe to
witness the annual Kansas-Mis
Mrs. George F. Marburger of
Ilumboldt is spending the week
in this city with her sister Mrs.
Mrs. D. L. McCoy and little
son of Hiawatha , came over to
eat Thanksgiving dinner with J.
R. Cain and family.
The street commissioner with
his force of men and drags has
been doing some good work on
our Streets this week.
Mrs. Elliott , who has been
in Rule nursing Mrs. Dennis for
some time , returned to her home
in this city Tuesday.
Ray R. , Mastin , a student of
Wesleyan University , Lincoln ,
came down Wednesday to visit
with his parents , Rev. Mastin
Everybody turn out this after
noon [ Thursday ] and see the
basket ball game. Encourage
our High school students by your
Miss Nelle Cain returned home
Tuesday after several months
spent in various portions of Cali
fornia. She reports a very
pleasant trip but was glad to get
back in time to cat turkey with
The Tribune i s published a
little early this week in order that
the force might have plenty of
time to eat turkey , so if the pa
per is not up to the usual stand
ard you will know the cause , and
'we promise to do better next
During the past month Supt.
E. L. Tobie spent three days vis
iting schools at Omaha and
Council Bluffs , and two days at
Lincoln attending the Superin
tendents' and Principals' as
sociation. The Orange and the
Max Werner left Monday for
King City , Mo. , where he will
join the "Old Kentucky Home"
Co. , playing clarinet in band and
traps in the orchestra. Max is a
musician of more than ordinary
ability and is sure to make good
wherever he goes. We wish
him success in his new field.
Mr. I. O'Gorman of Grand
Island , called at our office this
week and informed us that he
was here to take charge and open
up the former F. E. Schmidt
store in this city. We find Mr.
O'Gorman a genial , wide awake
business man , who , we are con
fident will make friends , not only
with the trade of this vicinity ,
but with the business men of the
city. He and L. P. Mathews of
Giltner , arc the new proprietors
and they are known in the center
west as the Price Killers. They
assure us that they have come to
stay and that inside of 30 days
the people of Falls City and vicin
ity will say that they well deserve
We were looking lor Tom Tur
key this week , but he never lit in
Blanche and Etta Kapp went
to Lincoliii Sunday for a short
visit with relatives.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church realized $37.45 at their
apron and food sale Wednesday
Stanley Wicks the genial clerk
at the Windsor hotel in Lincoln
was visiting old friends in this
city this week.
Bert Baker and Miss Carrie
Slocum were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ray De Ptitrin in Lin
coln , Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Harry Custer spent this
week with relatives in Tecttmseh
Harry managed to be there in
time to eat Thanksgiving dinner.
Ed Hammond , wife and little
son of near Stella , were guests at
the home of Albert Norris and
wife in this city it few days this
Steve Miles and wife went to
St. Joe to witness the Thanks
giving foot ball game. From
there they go to Kansas City for
a few days.
For bargains in farms or city
property call on J. D. Spragins
& Co. We have a good list to
select from. City property to
Smooth unimproved w heat
lands in Wichita and Grceley
Counties , Kansas. Prices rang
ing from $5 to $12.50 per acre.
Special programs in keeping
with the Thanksgiving season
were rendered by the pupils of
the different grades of our public
schools on Wednesday afternoon.
A tickling cough , from any cause , is
quickly stopped by Dr. Slump's Coupli
Cure. And It la so thoroughly harm-
Ices and sufo , th'nt Dr. Snoop tolls
motlior.- everywhere to tflvo It without
hesitation oven to very young , babop.
The wholesome ( jreou leaves and tender -
dor ptcnis of u lunij-lieallnir mountain
ous s-lirub , f jrnlah the curatlvo properties -
ties to Dr < Shoop's Cough Cure. U
onir.t ) the cough , and heals the sore
anil sensitive broulchlal membranes.
No opium , no chloroform , nothing
harsh usi.-d to Injure or suppress. Sim
ply a ri'siliioiH plant extract , that helps
to lu'iil uchlnir iung * . The Spaniards
cull thi slmil ) which the Doctor nes ,
"The riucreil Herb. " Demand Dr.
ShoopV. Take no other. Sold by all
Lc nl Notice
IN Till : DIHTHICT COUUT OK UICI1AUIKSON
COUNTY. HTATi : OK NKIIItASKA.
Joseph W. Ozhui , I'lalntiir. i
\ . -
Jultu C. Uziiu , Defendant. I
The defendant , Julia C. O/iar. . , ulll lakn notice
that thoplalntifl , Jon-ph W. Ozla . illil , on tlio
27th ( hy of November , 1107 , lilit his petition 111
wild court iiKnliiHtjnu , the object anil prayer ( if
which i to obtain a decree of dhorco from tint
bond * of matrimony heretofore anil now existing
between Jutland naiil plalntlir , on tlio urotindH
of desertion and cruel treatment , and of mineral
nnil constant neglect of jour matrimonial duties
towards paid plaintiff.
Anil ) ou am further notified Unit unless joi
pliMil , minwer or demur to mid iKititlon on or
Imforo January li : , 1WH , tint MIIIIO will Ixt tnkei
ax true anil n decnii rendered in accordance \ \ ill
tint prayer tliereof.
W-rt ItKAVIH A KKAVIH ,
IN TUB nmrUlCT COUUT FOlt HK'HAItl )
BON COUNTY , NIMIKAHKA :
llurton 1. IteuvlH. ( Irncn ( I , /
IteavK mid Jljrtlo -1'laintlfTn
Tim Unknown Ilelrn of ]
Anna Heard , deceased , i
Tim FarmorN Htntit Hank I ) . , . , , , . ,
' " ' " " ' "
of blml Tt , Nebraska ,
John Kvmib unit WllHim
KUe , J
To tint Unknown Heir * of Anna Heard , Decc.T-ci ]
You will taku notlcn tliat on the 27th iluyo
November. I ( J7 , thitnbuMi imineil plaintiff * lilii
n IMitltiim in tlm District Court against you , The
Farmcrb .Stain II. ink of Hhubert. Nebraska , Join
Oatm and Wilxon KUo , the object and prnjuro
which IK ( o rauce payment of u note of $110 by
WilHon | ' . ! N ) to them Instead of to tlm i > ajc <
nam d in wild note , to-wit , Anna Heard , t > aii
note havini ; been iii > 'n as part pajmcnt for tin
runt of n certain tract of land , to-wit : The nortl
half of tint NorthuiiHt quarter of Hectlon 17
Towiibhip II , ItaiiKO lit , in Richardum t'ountj
Nebnu-ka. upon \\hich the wild Anim Heard hclc
u life estate , which life OhtaU- ceased with her
death on the ! M day of AuKntt , 1W , Tlm ntni
for which wild note \MIH KIVCII bj tint Miiil l'\n \ >
wait for lint current jear , to-\tit : l')7.
You aru further notified that a rc.stralniiK ,
order \van ullouiit bj tint jtnlKO of thnillHtrlci
court , rebtraliilnn hnlil FaruuiiH tituto Hunk ol
HhnU'rt and Hild John Kvarix f rom ilifpoeinn oi
naiil note or parting ith the pofwM-lon thereol
except to deliver It to the clerk of the district
court until further ordered , and also rcHtraininc
tlm wild \Vlli-ou Kl n front pajinc naid note to
the HUH ! defendant bank or to tint Mini John
I'vanx or to anybody el e , and rtflkiiiK
for n munc ) judgment im-alnnt tint mil
Kliwi for tint amount of said note in default of bin
pajliitf tint amount into court us prayed in
plaintiff's iK'tition ,
Andjouuro further notified that unlen.s jou
pray , answer or demur to taiil i > otltiou on or
before tlm Utli day of January , cl'JO )
said petition will Ixi taken b" trim and n ilecrrto
tnU.Tfd in accordance with tint prayer thereof.
01. KIUV18 A , HCAV18 ,
Attorneja for I'lalutlI ( .
The Holidays sire close at
h\ncl : and there are always
a few things needed t o
complete the table.
We have a large line of
flat ware and hollow ware
of the highest grade. Be
low are a few quotations :
Cream Ladles , $1 up.
Grnvy Ladles $1.25 up
Meat Perks $1 up.
Soup Ladles $ U up.
Butter Knife a n d Sugar
Shell $1 up.
Vegetable Drainer $1 up.
Jelly Spoons § 1 up.
Bread Plates $2 up.
Knives and Forks $ -1.50 up.
Fruit Knives $2,50 up.
Nut Cracker and Pick -JOc.
Come and see our line of
goods , their beauty of de
sign and superior quality ,
speak for themselves.
A E. Jaquet
The Old , Reliable
W. n. Crook & Co. desire all
persons owinK1 them to call at once
and settle their accounts , either
by cash or bankable notes.
All of block < )3 and 5 lots ad
joining in block 95 , Falls Cit } ' ,
located one block cast of Central
ichool building. First class im
provements , also plenty of fruit.
Will sell at a sacrifice or will
trade for western land. Address
WM. CADI ; ,
Oltf Falls City , Neb.
Mrs. Stephen Pryor went to
Nebraska City. Sunday to spejul
a few days with relatives.
IN THI : umriiicr COUUT KOU IUCHAKP-
SON COUNTY , HTATB OK NKIIUAHKA.
It tint matter of the entate of /
Corncllim HeaKan , deceased , t
OltDKIl TO SHOW CAUHi : WIIV UUKNSKTO
HI'.l.h IIBA1 , iSTATi : : BHALh NOT 111 !
( IKANTKl ) .
To all iKtrmnit IntvrvHtod In the wtatn of Cornitl-
IIIH Kenyan , deceiNil :
t Jthavintt IKHJII made to appear to me by peti
tion of the en-cutor of the cHtnUi of Cornelian
Kcnuan , deceased , that lhcii < 1 Lot hnlllclent IKT-
noiml cstato In hln hunds to pay the debts out-
stmiiliaunKtilnst the ileceawd anil the < ixix.-nww
of administration anil that It U necesBarj' to Hull
the whole or Homo portion of tlm real estate ] lx > -
loiiKlnK t < i nalil estate for the payment of micb
NOriClilHIinilKIIY OlVliN to nil ponton *
Interosti-d in paid estate to appcnr Iwfont inont
my chamU-rx In 1'awneo City , in 1'nwneo County ,
Nebraska , tint mi mo Ix-inj ; within the Fimt Judi
cial District of the wild t-tato , on January 11 ,
I'.KjH , lit 10) p. m , of nald day , mid nhowrauee , If
any you have , why a HconnoHhall not ImgrunUnl
to f-aid exiwutor to cell the following doscriUxl
property , or HO much thereof us In the judgment
of tint court Is uecvhMiry to bo sohl for the pur
poses aforesaid , towiti
LoUO , 7 , H , unil tl and 10 fwt nxtra of.block 2.7.
in Falls City , Nub , All that part of thoM t
half of the oust half of southeast quarter , of KH >
tion liftti-n (15. ( ) loxuiouud ) , ranKOHixtiMiii ( IR ) ,
K.tllh P.M. that lies north of A. A N.H.It , or H. A
M. H. It. depot KrniiriiUat or near Falls CityNo-
hraska , hounded as follouH , touit : On thii
M > iith by tint Kiiil A. A. N. It. K , depot ground *
anil hounded on tint north by FalU t'ity , Nebras
ka , ami buimilod on tlm euitt by tint public road ,
that extends from the noutli end of Wilson Mtijt
la t-ald Fulls City , to said tlujHit crounda anil on
the went by a publio roail , that runs In front of
the canning factory and extends from thesoulli
end of Morton btrrc-t In said Falls City , Neb , , to
Kuid depot ground * and containing 2 7-8 acre *
more or lesn , lo a KO fift x 120 feet , bold to A. It.
( iiHjlsby , anil Viio feet to I'A Mchiever out of
B K. corner of dencriUxl trnct.
Of this you will Uiko duo nutico anil Kovorn
joiirholvi > accordltiK'lj' . It U further ordered
that this noticu U. puhlUluxl In tlio FalU Cllj
Tribune , a newspaper published in Itlchardnou
County anil of general circulation tlioroln , for
the purlotl of BX weeks , commenciin ; on the 29th
ilny of November , lOUT.
JUUN 1) ) , lUrtu , Judge.
, V UxvTis ,
Attorneys for Executor , Ol-1t