The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, June 16, 1905, Image 6
n IT MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD. . . to enter a room where turn" iture , walls and ceilings are painted with "Bradley * & Vrooman Go's Florentine Enamel It makes everything glisten with wholesome cleanliness radiate a new beauty. It pleases the eye , satisfies the mind and is best for health. Florentine Enamel in sures ideal sanitary conditions you can keep it clean by dusting the surface with a soft rag or washing with soap and water. Sold at the same price as paint. SOLD BY THE CITY PHARMACY ricMillan , Proprietor. REFRACTiONIST R.L.Baumoivt N. D. . . , . . Sixth & FelixSt.Joseph Formerly eye and ear special ist now limited practice to Eye Glasses . H. PARSELL M. D. GEO. Telephone No. 88 Office at Residence Office Hours : 8 to 10 a. m. ; i to 3 p. m. Missouri Pacific Railway Time Table , Falls City , Neb. NORTH No. 105 Omaha and Lincoln Express A 1:57 a m No. 103 Omaha and Lincoln passenger A 1:00 : p in No. 191 Local Freight , Au burn A 1:00 : p m SOUTH No. 106 Kansas City and St. Louis and Denver A 3:10 : a in No. 108 Kansas City and St. Louis and Denver A 1:25 : p m No. 192 Local , Atchison. . 10:30 : a m No. 164 Stock Freight , Hi awatha A 10:20 : p m A. Daily. B. Daily except Sunday. J. B. VAKNIJK , Agent. JUST WHAT KV15KYOXK SHOULD DO. Mr. J. T. Barber of Irwinville , , Ga , , always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's colic , cholera and diarrhoea reined } ' at hand ready for instant use. Attacks of colic , cholera morbus and diarrhoei come on so suddenly that there is no timeito hunt a doctor or go to the store for medicine , Mr Bar ber says : "I have tried Chamber lain's colic , cholera and diarrhoea reined ) ' which is one of the best medicines I ever saw. I keep a bottle tle of it in my room as I have had several attacks of colic and it has proved to be the best medicine I ever used. " Sold at Kerr's drug store. / j _ - . VC1UU11. Joe Parson was in Falls City Monday. Mrs. Will Griffith was in Falls City Tuesday. S. B. Huffnell and wife visited in town Monday. Mrs. Combs came up from Falls City Monday. Mrs. Stevens returned from Auburn Saturday. Fred Gibson and wife weut to Falls City Tuesday. Mrs. Mayfield was a county seat visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Josh Bloom was a Falls City visitor Saturday. Roy Marsh came down from Omaha Saturday afternoon. Mr. Watson and Roy were in Falls City Tuesday trading1. The front of the new bank building is nearly completed. Mrs. Robbins of visiting C. G. Humphrey and wife this week. Fred Hall , of Galesburg , 111 , , is visiting his mother this week. John Marks and Mr. Curry came down from Stella Sunday. Henry Kuker visited Mrs. C. M. IleiiiBelman , his sister , last week. John Oswald , the Falls City photographer , was in town lasl Friday. Grace Sailor visited her brothei "Ed and family at Howe ovei Sunday. C. M. Ileinzelman returnee home from his mill trip WedneS' day afternoon. Reba and Guy Eversole am Ametia Wilson visited Raymom Kinsey Thursday. The Richardson Count } ' Mutua Insurance Co. held their annua meeting on Monday , June 12th A large crowd was in attendance Word was received yesterday that Mr. Tinglcy of Oklahoma had died and the remains would arrive here on Thursday for burial in the Cornell cemetery west of town. For years Mr. Tingley a n d family were residents of Verdon but for the past few years they have made their home in Oklahoma. Mrs. Tingley is a sister of John F. Cornell. Our sympathy is extended to the family in this sad hour. David Clark entertained a number of his friends at a part } ' Wednesday evening. Games and music were the features of the evening. Light refreshments were served and a good time re ported by all present. A special meeting was held by the D. oi H. lodge on Thursday evening as a time set apart by the grand chief of honor of Ne braska. Refreshments were en joyed by all the members. Thursday evening a dance was given at Veach's hall by West Tindel. A large crowd attended , the music extra good and a good time reported. > Prof. Watson clerked several days for H. M. Buckley & Co. during the absence of Mr. Buck ley. Miss Gamma Hall came down from Peru Saturday. She re turned to her studies Sunday. Cap Sailor , Will Friley , Harry and Ralph Miller attended the ball game at Stella Sunday. Exercises at the Christian church Sunday night in honor of Children's day were good. A ladies party was given at the home of Miss Amelia Schra- der Wednesday evening. Rev. Smith left Monday to at tend a convention at York , Neb. He returned Friday. * L. K. Barnes and Henry Stitxer of Salem attended the insurance meeting on Monday. John Weir of Kansas City is visiting his brother , Charlie Moran , this week. Ohio. S , H. Knisely is reported to be very sick at this writing. John Yocam of Falls City spent Friday with his' daughter. Willis Yoder and family were guests at his parents Sunday. t Miss Brim of Hamlin , Kan. , visited with relatives Sunday. Ephriam Peck is building a new house. It looks rathei suspicious , Mrs. John Wiltse and son ol Falls City were guests at her par , ents Sunday. \ Mrs. W. K. Knight and daugh ter of Falls City spent Sunday with her mother. Chas. E. Peck and Miss Venn Fleckinger of Merrill visited witl relatives Sunday. There was quite a nice love feast at the German Baptist Brethren church. About sixty communed. Quite a number of guests were here from Glenrock , Brock , Salem , Merrill , Beatty and Washington county , Kansas. Rev. John Eby and wife and S. M. . Barlow returned to their home in Marshall county , Kan sas , Monday after visiting a few days with S. H. Knisely and family. Rev. John Woodie and wife of Brock were guests at Rev. Stou- der's a few days and attended the love feast. Clay Wagner and wife of Salem and Mrs. J. W. Maust were guests at E. T. Peck's Saturday night. Delia Knisely and her friend , Miss Barlow , were guests at Rev. Stouder's Tuesday. Ada Shouse who has been working for E. T. Peck left for her home Monday. Mrs. Snyder of Glenrock was down to attend the love feast. Fargo Frank Fredich attended the dance. Ollie Thompson spent Sunday with her parents. Carrie Herschberger and Katie Keller were in town Monday , King Saal spent Tuesday even ing at the home of Mrs. Buck- minsters. Mr. and Mrs. Strecker were pleasant callers at this place one day last week. Alice Moore and some of her Falls Citv chums attended the dance Saturday night. Chas. McCoy , of Mound City , Mo. came over last Tuesday to work for Jim Randall. Carrie Buckminster spent last Tuesday at this place with her sister , Mrs. Lillie Thieman. Geo. Nitzel and Floyd Thomp son spent last Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ran dall. Miss Savilla Thompson was visiting one day last week in the. country with Miss Maggie Man- derville. Fred Thieman , Harmon and Frank Simms , Walter Baker and Lucien Loveall made a trip to Corning , Mo. , Tuesday. Miss Mead Hurt. On Monday morning as Vet Simaaton was finishing a job of papering at the telephone office the scaffold broke and the two men , who were standing1 on it , fell. The scaffoi1 was just over the switchboard and a pieca of the broken lumber hit Miss Vergie Mead across the arm and hand. The accident was quite painful and if it had not been for the switchboard more serious re sults might have happened. The other members of the company were uninjured.