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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1904)
April , ' 29 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 3
II . Correspondence
t \ News of the County as Told by
a , " Our Special Correspondents
lIb' I _ Preston.
i - G. C. Kaiser is on the sick 1ist.
; - . Anna Bush is on the sick ist. 1
. L. ' D. McCumber is on the sick
: , W. S. Leyda was in town Fri-
: day ,
. . Dick Kenned was in town Sat-
I Ed Bush drove to Falls City
, . Tuesday.
, . . . . . . . .
; .0. : < I Joe Glaze < drove to Falls City
"Saturday. . ;
Mrs. Yetta Rieger is sick with
" \ the measles. _
j james Mooney drove up from
\ . iR 10 . Saturday .
i \ i , . : 3 4"Iowty went to Shubert to
t visit his , parents.
J i . Colon l Knickerbocker went to
r I , " " . , Hiawat q aturday. .
II - , ) Will Ogden of White : Cloud
was in town Tuesday. ' ,
Quite a few from here attended
- the Bill : Murphy funeral
Anna Neitzel is much improved
after a two weeks sickness.
Chas , McCunlber is visiting his
I brother , Lou , at this place.
I Stella. Butrich of Rule is visit-
I . , ing at the home of J. S. Wilson
} .r .
I J. R. Shelly and H. P. Rieger
- vent -to Falls City Wednesday.
Gideon Daeschner came over
from Gower , Mo. , too visit his
: . folk"
_ Ed Bush , Orville 1\ieyers and
Bert Harpster went to Falls City
The dance at this place was
not very successful on account of
the bad roads.
" Elmer HoseltonJoseph Neitzel ,
Ted Hoppe , Will Pyle and Ed
Bush went to Falls City Tuesday
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; I ZiiiE : ! BEST IS NONE TO oooo-y I
CAN HANDLE A
We have sold more
high class decorations
. in WALL PAPER
than all combined.
BAXTER & CO
a The Decorators
DROP us A CARD AND WE WILL CALL .
r 1 M r . . I
The graders are camped in
town. The will do some work 011
bridge No. 64 east of town
A. E. Heacock shipped a load
of hogs to St. Joe Thursday
night. He accompanied them.
John Casey , Emma Grant arid
Frank McFarland of Falls City
attended the dance here Friday
Herman Boehme , Chas Berner ,
Mose Roberts , Frank Palmer and
Carl and Leonard Simon were up
from Rule Sunday.
C. D. Pickard , Burlington re-
lief agent , is relieving B. Harps-
ter , who is visiting his parents
at Blue Springs. He has not
been home for two years
, F. S. Lichty shelled corn Fri-
Epb Peck shelled corn Wednes-
Sadie Peck has returned to her
O. A. Burk sawed wood Wed-
Mahlon Peck left for Merrill ,
Kan. , Friday.
Earl Shaffer was the guest of .
Falls City friendf Sunday.
John Hutchinson visited with
Noah Pecks the latter part of the
Perry Shaffer and wife of Ne-
braska City visited with F. M.
Shaffer last week. .
Mrs. Ne111an died Friday. She
had resided in Ohio township for
several years and was well known.
Edgar Shutz on the sick Jist.
John Slater finished threshing
Theodore Shutz is slowly im-
Joe Schawang is having a new
wind mill put up on his farm.
Henry Faller and Mr. Gen' ; ck
sold hogs Tuesday and Wednes-
. . . . . . . .J.
John W. Whitehead broke
stalks . for Edward Shutz Tues-
Grandma Dunn spent Friday
evening with 1. A. Dunn and
family. . .
Mr. Rienke and daughter Ida
made a business trip to Falls
City : Monday.
G. W. Duerfeldt and lvIr. Wis-
singer attended lodge meeting in
Falls City Friday evening.
: Mr. Vogle ordered two hundred
pear trees of the Smith nursery
last fall and received them in
time to plant them on Arbor dav.
Ed W dttwer and Dr. Wilson of
Humboldt were in town Wednes-
day. 'tire Wittwer has been attending -
tending a medical college at
. Kansas City d.nd will graduate
: 'i : r ft'c , , , , , . , . . . . . . . v , : ,
Missouri Pacific Railway
THE WORLD'S ROUTE TO ST. LOUIS
AND THE EAST
Fast Trains Q Elegant Service
Rates to the St Louis Worlds Fair as Follows
Season Ticket-------- - $16.25
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Sixty day limit ticket------------------------------ 13.55
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Ten day limit ticket-------------------------------- 12.20
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Leave 011 No. 50 WORLD'S FAIR SPECIAL
at 8:45 : p. m. and arrive in St. Louis for breakfast. No
change of cars.
Leave on No. 52 at 3:47 : a. m. , and arrive . in St.
Louis in the afternoon.
Leave on No. 59 at 2:48 : p. m. and arrive in St.
Louis at 7:00 : a. m.
Stop-overs of 10 days may be had on all tickets
reading through St. Louis.
Extension of time limit may be had at St. Louis
by applying to joint agent and paying the difference be
twecm limit purchased and limit desired , plus 25 cents.
For further information see local agent.
J. B. ARNER AGENT
Postmaster a.t Stella. .
The president has named and
the senate confirmed the appoint-
ment of J. H. Overman to be
postmaster at Stella for another
term. This is righteous recogni-
tion justly , bestowed and Mr.
Overmans friends all over the
county will be glad to hear of it.
Card of Thanks.
We take this opportunity to
thank those friends who so kind-
ly aided and comforted us during
the illness and at the time of the
death of Elmer E. Coupe.
Mrs. Juliana Harlow ,
Seymour Coupe ,
- West Coupe , , .
Concert 1 t
The Wesleyan Quartette No . 2 . ,
will be at the M. E. church , Mon-
day May 2. See bills. Every-
body come. Tickets on sale at
Lyfords , Jaquets and Davies &
Married Ladies Kensington.
Mrs. Ed Morgan entertained
the members of the Married Lad-
ies kensington club on Wednes-
day afternoon , the occasion affording -
fording all a most pleasant and
H. P. Marble of the Humboldt
Leader was in town on business
H. J. Kloepf el the well known
stock raiser of Rule was in the
city yesterday. ,
R. A. Laing of Winnipeg ,
Manitoba was in the city this
week visiting at the home of A.
y - }
Sorosis met with Mrs. H. R.
Miner on Wednesday afternoon.
After discussing acourse of study
for the coming year papers on
Alaska were read. Grace Miner
favored the club with music dur-
ing which time the hostess assisted -
ed Mrs. Giannini served refresh- ,
ments. Mrs. Knight being pres-
ent a guest of honor
A Change Firm. ,
W. . C. Ray has disposed of his
interest in the Falls City Tri-
bune and retired from the busi-
ness. The paper will be conducted -
ed hereafter by The Tribune
Publishing Co. , with O. R. Ross
the former partner of Mr. Ray at
carry . . . .
, And all kinds of
WE SOLICIT YOU& PATRONAGE
Lumber f4 Coal Co.
DOES GOOD JOB WORK
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