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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1904)
1\1rs. Batcman was down from
Stella to a ; lttencl thc funeral of
1\1rs , H. N.'Timulcrriian . '
Hay Arnold 1 , Roy I flhld ( harry
l.Jum and Jcssie GrimtlH , returned
house from Crete where they have
heen aUcnding' schoo1.
1\lr8. Tum of Superior Nehl' . ,
cause In last Saturday to visit her
Son \errit. [ \
Wm , Kinsey was over from
Salem thc fore part of the week
W. H. Stowell and son I rank
returned to their home in Au-
hurt ! Monday.
Miss Nellie lIossack is tip Iron
I' ' dIs Cit \ . spcnding' this week
with her sister , i\IrH. 1 Pl'art Sloan.
NuthVhcatley I went to Nebraska -
ka City Sunday to visit fricnds
i\ln Buckley's mother , father t
and sister camc ; lip from Iliawa-
ha t to spcIHI Christmas.
'l'he high school and g'rannar
rooms gate a small progTam and
ended with a dehatc.
Mr. I Swan of Stella was down
visiting i his sister , i\Ir8. A. C.
I'etty the fore part of the week
M 1'8. I.owma : ; nephew from
Horton , Kansas is helping her in
the store this week.
Harlan Homstelt [ : of Hiawatha
carte up 1\Ionday to visit Ray-
i\lr Leder was in Nebraska
Each of the churches had a
Christmas tree and a psog-ram.
'I'hl'trees were \ all loaded with
presents al1l1 ca.lI1ics.
\ln Belle Webster and daughter / -
h.'r arrived Sunday from gmporia
for a short visit , with friends and
\V. 'V , Kclty I has been visiting /
with J. ) . Nussbaum and family
the past \yeek.
J. S. Parsons made a husin ( ' s
trip to Falls City Saturda\
\V. S. Bowersox and family
spent Christmas with relat \ . s
and fric.lIt1' : ! -at 1xcsen'c.
Bert Swise/ood / of 'Vescal1.
Kansas spent Christmas with his
. brothers and ( sjster
Chas. Hcndersou and wife left
Monday for halo to'isit with
their son for several da 's.
Pn'd Lunday was a Stella visitor -
tor last week
Miss ' Nell Ilarper is spel1ding-
her Christmas vacation at home
Mrs. C. 11. lIclI < ler ell and Mrs.
Yl't'11" Taylor [ were Stella visitors \
one < lay last weck.
Mrs. Louie Bsb ' spent SU11-
dav with Gertrude \\'eddle.
The [ Christmas entertainment
given at the Christian and ; " [ ctl.-
odist ( churches w'rc'n' well attended -
tended t , both churches being /
EIt11pr - Ham spent Christmas
with Will Palmer at Stella.
Miss Miner of Auburn spent
several days : \ with the Misses Pal-
mer last week . '
Frank and Charlotte Imler
came home Saturday from Nel-
son , Neb : , to spend . a week with
\Vill Leslie cause down from
Fremont to spend Christmas
with friends and relative-s.
Maud [ Sap ! of Stella spent Sun-
clay with her mother of this city.
Pearl Culp and Bessie lIetHler- [
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roil came clown from Peru to
spend Christmas at homc.
Jim Palmer retlll'nc1 _ ! to his
home in Colorado 1\lollllay after a
short visit with relatives hcre.
Will i a 111 S V i II c
Hey Dunn , who has been at-
tcnding' Business College at
Grand Island returned 'l'hursday
to spelld the holidays vi'tii his
parents and friells. ( He will re-
turn Januarr ; 8.
Among those from this COI1\-
unity . who attended the
iii \ 111 as-
clueracle at the Harada ; hall Sat-
tl\lay \ ! ; eight were boy DUlin , sister -
tel' 1Ia.d : al1d gmma Sil1\ering- \
A large / crowd g.athered at the
Cl'1'I1t:1l1 ; : Luthc1'l1 church Ch1' st-
111:18 : I.'c to listen to the num er-
ou' wcll prep'lred rcdtal oIIs.
Nellic Dunn , teacher in Iist. I >
24 and pupils gays ashort Christmas -
mas programs I ' rid ay ftct'11ool1.
Quite a number of visitors were
present and ; were wll : pleased
with the little folks en'orts.
1\lrs. l . J. Dunn and daughter /
hazel : were ill Falls City 'l'hurs-
boy i 1Julln and sister Hazel :
were in Bari\da \ Friday ( e\'enillg-
As the voting 'ople 1 of \lessrs
IIuuster and .lert : were going to
the Iirthdar partrat the h011le
of \I : r. nel''ich Silllday evening
and were riving a young team
belonging Mr. llerbstC'I" one
of the boys tired a gun / from the
rig causing time team to run
away , No one was hurt which I
was fortunate hut thc boys had :
thc pleasure \ of hunting the team
the remainder of the e\'l'11il1/ / I
A large number of Miss Lena
Gerwich gathered at her home
Sunday evening in honor of her
Charles : Arnold who has been
attending school in Dc s\loil1es.lil. , .
.returned F1' date spend ! \ the
holidays with his parents.
Ed I Schutz and famil\ spent
Christmas at the home \f .1\11" \
Miss Marie Croth' , teacher in
Dist. 21 will have : i short Christmas -
( ; olllie Yocum spent a few clays
with her sister this week.
Mrs. O' lara and ; ather went
to Beatrice : Friday to spend the
holidays with i\lrs. Duncan , sis-
ter of the former.
number of the relative , of
Mrs. Shaffer attended her funeral 1
in Merrill , . . \onda [ ) " .
\lan' \ Dodds came home from
Peru last : week to spend the holi-
days .vith her fol ks. '
John Iccn ! and family and his
mother of Fortes cue , Mo. , ate
dimc : ; ' :1t : : . Peck : : .
John locum and family spent
Christmas with their dang-hter.
C. B. Peck drove up from Merrill : [ -
rill last week and spent a few I
clays : among rdati\'cs.
Chas. Stump and ! Nettc : Bart-
lett were married at the home of
thc bride parents Dec. 25. Ou te
a number of friends w 're present
to witness this CClem011\ . The\
will make Falls City their hem
ferry Shaffl'r carne down from
Nebraska City to spend a fews
days with relatives and attend
the funeral of lrs. Shaffer at .
. Merrill Kas.
There ( was a Christmas tree at
thc Maple Grove church . . last Sat-
I mday e'eninfor / the Sunday
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HchuoI schola rs. 'j'hehad - very
appropiatl'l'xl'I'cises.A treat cf ;
nuts and Gaudy was given to all
Vnck Charles Cole. ail old and
honored resldel1 of Richardson
county ' died at .the t residence of
. his daughter , \1rs ; : . Tauics Lig-g-ett
.01' Humboldt , i'lorlday eveni.g : ,
December 2i. \Ir ; [ , Col < was for
' rileinUer of the
many rears a ml'm cr
county board i of this , hunty' and
hag Many friends arid' acquain-
tances in this city who will re-
gret to hear of his dcath. The
funeral was- held in Humboldt
Jacob Leper died at his home
in Verdon on Snturdav ! December
24 , : ifter a long illness at the age /
of 77 rear Jacob flier was
barn \ in i Yirg-.inia on October 25.
1537. He had been a section
boss on the Missouri Pacific rail "
road at crelon for bout I ten
Years. He was twice married
and ( leaves 1 surviving / him a wife
and nine childrcn. The funeral
was held at the Evangelical
church in \'cre10n and the 'le-
mains were laid to rest in the
Y ceme tcr ' .
Arrang-emen have been completed -
pleted for holding ,1 farmers in-
' 'tituce ! at thc court house in this
city on Friday and Saturday Jan-
nary 27 and 28 , l/J05. A number
uf gum1 ; speakers - wiii be in at-
All persons indebted i to the
Star Livery Barn are urged to
call alad settle their accounts at
G. 11. Fallstead Mgr. [ So. Dist.
for the GHlC\I\XI.\ I.IFI : . lXSUI
\1'Cl ; Cu. of 1eYork , has a
plan of investment as an acc\t1nu-
lation. and guaranteed income for
thc education of thc child at any
given a/e. / This i plan embraces :
guaranteed results only found in
what is known as Endowment
Assurancc. Parents will do well
to investigate and receive infor-
mation which we hope will be 01
interest to them 2
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Formerly eve and ear special-
, ist now limited practice to
. i Eye Glasses j
Time Ministerial Association of .
Falls City is planning / a series of
meetings for the week of prayer.
'rhe meetings \ \ ill be nonsectarian - .
arian in character and the Methodist -
odist church has been chosen as
the place of meeting because of
its central location and spacious
accomodation for thc large / congregations .
g-regahons that arc expecte 1
Meetings will hc held each evening -
ing- next week , beg-inning' Mon-
day , Jan. 2nd at 7:30 : p.tu. Song / J.
Service led by large chorus c1.lOir. '
Preaching each c'eninby / He\ -
P. D. Smith , president of Falls
City Business College. 'Vc invite !
the public most cordially to at- d
tend these ccs.-lI.Seling-er ,
Pastor Baptist ; E. E. Haskins ,
Pastor Brethren ; \1. Ianshardt , I
Pastor German E\'ang-ellcaI ; 1 , . \V.
Cline , Methodist ; S.V. . Griffin , . , 1
Pastor Presb\'terian. 'ft1
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