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March 18 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE II
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. . . t. News of the County as Told by
; \ - Our Special Correspondents
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Frank Butler and family were
If' " ' ' ' 'I : Falls City vistor Saturday.
I Chas. Shulenberg visited the
J folks at home St nday.
? tat Shulenberg- building an
r i addition to his property here.
11Ir. Vice held divine services
. I at Bethel Saturday evening.
Jake Mack : and wife were trad-
ing with our merchants Friday.
' " \Vm. Spicker of Shubcrt was in
this ' cat-
i vicinity Saturday buying -
Miss Anna Colcms left Monday
for a few months stay at Falls
( . . Our school been closed on account -
I count of the serious illness of the
' . ' i Deles Spickler is erecting a
I new barn on his place south cast
- t , of town.
A , . R. Scott of Falls City came
out to sec his daughter who has
been quite sid\ :
Henry Kukcr returned last
week from a business trip to
\ ! Anolm , Ncbr.
i I I John Bridgman and A. D.
I Spitznaglc transacted business at
" y ' : , / Falls City Saturdav.
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r i ' : Miss Meta ' Kuker of St. Dcroin
was the guest of 1\'lrs. Dragoo
, a few days last week.
. ' C. F. Rcavisof : F'allsCity drove
\ I out here Friday to look after business -
\ ness interests at the ranch
\ NIrs.Iat Shulenberg- and
! daughter Katie were pleasant
\ callers at thc home of \Vm. Dra-
( goo Thursday.
Dr. Van Osdcl reports the ar-
rival of a daughter at the hole
of .Mr. and : Mrs. Henry 1\fon-
cl avy Thursday.
\Ve hasten to correct an error
t of last week , which should have
i been , Robert and Frank \Vill-
i , iamson completed a wlll for Coon
Sailors last wcek.
, . .1 \Ve carry a. . . .
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k . And all kinds of
' ' COAL
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
I Lumber rt1 Coal Co.
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\Vm. Drag-oo has given up thc
P. H. Jussen farm and will farm
thc Spitznaglc ranch the com-
The snow of Sunday was very
bcncf cal to fall wheat , although
it will make the roads in bad con-
dition for a while.
Miss Eva Scott is very sick at
the home of Mrs : . II. Seim11lcring ,
under the skillful care of Dr. Van
Osdell her many friends hope she
may soon reco\'er.
Harried Robert I-Iolmck to 1rs. '
Ncff Thursday evening , March ,
10th Squire Gerdcs ofi ciating. 'l'he
bride , although a stranger here ,
comes highly rccommcndcd. The
groom is well and favorable
known in this vicinity having re-
sided here a number of ycars.
Their many friends extend congratulations -
gratulations , may peace and contentment -
tcntment bc their lot.
R. J ! Dunn spent Tuesday evening -
ing in Barada
Nellie Dunn commenced school
in Dist. No. S0.
Grover Ablut will work for G.
W. Duerfeld 'Ionday. '
Henry Luhn and August Nci-
mcller bought : thc Ablutz farm.
1\1rs. ' Ricnke spent Wednesday
afternoon at thc home of I. A.
Edward Duerfc dt and family
spent Tuesday at thc home of I.
Jake \Vcssinger is having a
nice lot of oak lumber sawed at
the Shutz mill.
1\lr. Hicnkc is going to build a
new summer kitchen this spring.
I. A. Dunn haulcd a load of lum-
ber for him Saturday.
Olive Stewart is 011 thc sick
\\Tinifred Daggett , has the
D. C. Simmons was in Falls
Virginia : Mead is on the sick
list . this weck.
Roy ' \Val1er is employed as clerk
in Cle''clands store.
Ida Staldcr of l-Iumboldt visited : -
cd friends in Salem Sunday.
lrs. eonard Oakley returned
to her home in Kansas City 1\'lon- '
" \Vilson the artist from Paw-
nee was in town Tuesday and
Several from town attended
the Emmert-Smith wedding Wed
Thc K. L , . O. S. lodge will
give a banquet Saturday evening
to the members and their families.
l\lessrs. Hope and Ramcl and
Alvirda Allen and Bculah Russell
drove . to Falls City Friday eyen-
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From today until March 5th , inclusa
lye , \ve will sell COUCHES , at : : : :
H20 PER CENT OFF
1T : ; : , " ; wxk . , ti . : ; . ; , ; ; ' , ; , , The Sal11e as
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t , , ! : . : fl , ; + ' ; . , ; . , , Cut , 8 rows of .
L tufts , 31 inch-
- er wide , cove '
eyed in the best of Velour m . . $11.75
All Couches .
Are of the best
Steel Construc . .
tion and are guar a _ _ J
See Our Window Display for
A Good Oak Kitchen Cabinet ,
28x44. two Bins , holds 50
pounds each , at = = $4.25
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Reavis & Abbey
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Quite a number of Salem republicans -
publicans attended the county
convention Thursday at Falls
: i\'Irs Fred Smith will entertain
thc Ninth Hour club Thursday
evening in place of their regular
A number from here attended
the debate at Falls Cit ) : Friday
night returning home Saturday
R. E. Grinstead and J. H.
tI"'immerman went to Merrill ,
Kas , Friday to look after thc interests -
terests in the oil well.
A very enthusiastic caucus was
held Tuesday afternoon , a very
large attendance and every thing
passed off very quietly.
Shildneck & Fredricks sale was
well attehded. Everything sold
for very satisfactory priccs. 1\11'
Fredrick will remain on the farm
the coming ycar.
James Pearson and wife returned -
turned from -'Anidarko , O. K. ,
where they have been for the past
two ycars. They expect to make
Salem their future home. "Dad"
says hc longed to get a chance to
drink out of the old Nemaha.
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Rural letter carriers
and all others , at all
places in this county ,
John L. Cleaver
Falls City , Nebraska
D. S. McCarthy
CITY DRAY LINE
Special Attention to Household Moving.
Phone 211 .
Falls City - - Nebraska
O. P. Heck is adding another
story to his residence in Ever-
green Heights and will make