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April I , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE II
- } , News of the County as Told by'
Our Special Correspondents
' - Mrs. M. H. Taylor drove to
-Re.asoner . and wife entertained -
fained relatives Sunday.
L. 1 : L. Jones visittd relatives in
' Peru on Friday of last weed.
Simmie Weddle , who has been
sick for some time , is improving
R. M. Gillan of Auburn was a
business visitor here Wednesday.
' A number of our young folks
drove over to Stella Sunday even-
W- H. Morrow made a business
' trip -to Kansas City during the
Geo. Randall and wife of Stella
were visiting friends at this place
Miss Merle Shubert entertained
: her cousin , Nora Pond , the first
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" of the week.
. vIrs. Morton of Nemaha was
the guest of M. H. Taylor : and .
, Ivirs. Tory Nettleback visited
her parents , Henry Leslie and
wife , Monday.
Mrs. Jack Jones entertained
. Mrs. Cha Felt and daughter ,
.w . Eliza , last Wednesday.
I' : Miss Ange : Leslie left Tuesday
for an extended visit with rela-
'I tives at Fremont , Neb.
. Gertrude Weddle and Ella Berg
visited with \ , alter Weddle and
wife last Wednesday even'ing.
Will Harris and wife have been
entertaining his cousin , . Mrs.
Henderson , of Kansas City the
past few days.
. vIrs. Jim Bolejack left Tuesday
for Verdon where she' win visit
with her son , E. E. Bolejack , and
family for some time.
. , John Harmon who has been
" sick the greater part of the win-
, , I .ter , is in a very critical condition
with very little hopes of recovery.
_ . Guy Harper and Adam Follmer
bade their friends good bye Mon-
.day. They drove down to Falls
. - - City taking the afternoon train
: for Eugene , Oregon , where Guy
' has secured a position with the
base ball league for the summer.
, Mrs. Josie King , who has been
visiting relatives here for the
past few days , returned to her
home in Peru the first of the
John Neitzel jr. , is among the
Elmer Hosiltol1 was in St. Joe
F. W. Schroeder went to Falls
Geo. Neitzel went to White
A. E. Heacock went to St. Joe
Richard Kaiser went tp Okla-
W. A. Margrave was in Fans
City ec1nesday.- - .
vIrs. C. C. Shell is very sick
at the present writing.
- G. C. Kaiser reports two cases
of measles at his home.
June Mcl\iillen was a passenger
to Fans City Saturday.
H. P. Rieger went to Lincoln
Monday returning Tuesday.
Mesdames Shelly and Pyle
drove to Falls City Monday.
Mrs. H. P. Rieger returned
home from Rule Wednesday.
Wm. Pyle came clown from
Beatrice the first of the week.
Herman Hahn shipped a car of
sheep to Kansas City Thursday
The post office will soon change
hands , Dr. Griffiths . will take
Henry Painter returned to his
home in Valley Falls , Kansas ,
Laura Schaible of Falls City
spent last week at the home of
L. A. Banks.
A number from here attended
Too Proud to Beg" at the Geh-
ling last Tuesday night.
Dan Ratekin formely freight
agent at Falls City will act as
night agent at this place.
Ed Pribbeno will leave for Im-
perial , Nebr. , to assist in running
his fathers ranch this spring.
A farewell dance was given at
the 1\1. W. han on Saturday even-
ing in honor of Ed. Pribbeno.
Preston held a meeting Qn Sat-
urday night for the purpose of
nominating six village trustees.
g FLOUR FEEl AND SALT n
o I have just received a car of salt which I can furnish you in CJ )
3 : lump rock , crushed fine rock salt 100 lb. in sack , No.1 rock salt for J :
Y ice cream , No. 1 Michigan barrel salt , No. 1 Michigan sack salt 70
T' C lb in sack just the thing for house use. . "TI
. Z Also received a car 'of Illinois washed suit coal , just the thing 0
for cook stove or range , $6.00 a ton delivered , satisfaction gnar- ] ]
anteed. I can deliver you flour , feed , grain , hay and straw , wood
.J for heating and cook stove , on short notice. I pay cash , for butter fI1 ]
: eggs and poultry , rubber , copper , brass , zinc and old iron.
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UNION BUS & CAB LINE
WALLACE & HAUCK , Proprietors.
Passengers conveyed to and from all trains and
to and from all parts oj the city.
Call a cab when you want to make a train. It ;
will cost you no more than to call a bus.
Parties meeting friends or seeing friends off will
be carried free of charge both ways. "
For funerals , our cabs are ideal conveyances.
For receptions ; balls , theatre parties , etc. "
. call a cab.
Careful and attentive drivers
PHONE 56 t CALLS ANSWERED
DAY OR NIGHT. . . .
They were as follows : J. Morris
and Freed Shelly for the term of
1 year ; H. Zoeller , C. J. Hoppe ,
O. H. Bush and Ed Rieger for
the 2 year term. Judge of elec-
tion J. R. Shelly , clerk , H. P.
Four of the supervisors came to
this place Wednesday to inspect
a narrow lane which was com-
plained of not being wide enough
for traffic. The committee de-
cided to leave the road unchang-
Henry Amlersons farm house
south of town was destroyed by
fire. It caught fire about noon
and when discovered the flames
had gained such headway that
nothing was saved.
Julia Cronin has taken charge
of the primary room. We are
proud of being able to get a good
teacher at this season of school
The new sidewalk around the
Daeschner block was complete
last week. This is a step which
others should foIlow.
A merry quartette consisting of
two ladies and two gentlemen
came to Preston Tuesday evening
in a carriage from Rulo.
Crete Stewart is very sick. She
is suffering from a gathering on
C. B. Snyder and little daughter -
ter Lillie were visitors in the
Wm. Grush went to Dawson
Monday in the interest of the
Rural Telephone Co.
Geo. Saville , Lee Snyder and
C. H. McDowell went to Verdon
Monday to help organize a new
lodge of 1. O. O. F.
Married , at the home of G. A.
SaviIle and wife , their daughter
Lillie B. to Scott W. Carlisle of
Bradshaw , Wednesday evening ,
March 23 , Rev. Porter of Salem
officiating. The bride has grown
up in our midst and was noted for
her lovable disposition and , wo- .
manly character. The groom is
a young mar. of good habits and
industrious and is wen worthy 0 f
the prize he has won. They left
immediately for Bradshaw where
they will make their future home.
Died , Saturday. little Olive
Bates , aged 5 years 11 months.
of typhoid fever. Funeral ser-
vices were held from the house
Sunday afternoon and the remains
were interred at the Maple Grove
Many people are trimming trees
raking yards , building fence , sawing -
ing wood , and otherwise prepar-
ing to begin farming in the near
Fancy and Staple
Fruit in Season.
, Free City Delivery
Storage for Household
and Other Goods.
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