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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1906)
8 THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 16 , 1906.
$40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest
Henry . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this
and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the
LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made.
Mrs. Courtrluht went to Fulls City
A. L. lUehanUonot Falls City or
ganized ii singing school here Thurs
Mis. ( irant returned to Falls Clly
Saturday after u few days visit In this
Silos Meyers loft Friday for his
homo In Crete , Neb. , after vUltlng for
some time with relatives.
G. PIceurd the day agent left for his
homo in Wynioro Saturday.
drnr.n Frinof Himirvu was hi Preston
Saturday visiting MUi her sister.
Ed. 1'ylo wont to Falls City Satur
Mr. Simmons of Falls City has b'jon
down during thu past two weeks to re
organize the K. t L. of S. lodge.
J. U. Shelly went to Kansas City
K. HoBolton inndo u trip to Pawnee
City on special business.
Luo and John Nult/.ol went to linker
Kansas hiat Tuesday to piny for a
daneo returning Wednesday.
Marlon Hateciui of [ Ilawatha , Dan
Uateean and West Coupe of Uulo
wore In Preston Hat cvensng.
Win Story and O. II. Meyers drove
to Itulo Sunday evening.
Tlio ladles Aid gave a box social In
the brlek hall last evening for the
bonellt of the I3rcthern Church.
Mrs. Ii. K. Holojnck visited In Shu
bert last week.
C. fl. Humphey had the grippe last
Luwrenee Nubshaum of Iowa Is visiting -
ing John Nussbaum ,
Petitions are being circulated asking -
ing for the neighboring country schools
to be abolished , and bringing the pu >
[ ) lls to town for school.
J. W. Wutson had u degree of li.ichu-
lor of Science conferred upon him re
W. F. Vouch and wife were In Falls
City last Saturday.
Dr. Taylor and family moved to
Lewlston , Nebraska , where ho has
bought out the practice of an old doc
Mrs. C. G. Humproy returned from
Chicago last Thursday.
C. C. Simmons and wife of Kansas
City are visiting Vurdon friends.
Lilllo Smith entertained about fifty
of her friends.
Mabel Crouch and Meta Helneman
wore In Kansas City last week.
L. A. Klnsey of Lincoln IB visiting
friends In Verdon.
C. 15. Clark of Kansas City spent last
week In Vordon.
Miss Acott , teacher of the Inter
mediate room , is vislilng her parents
near Lincoln , Miss Kiln Recce taking
Frank Dietrich visited Falls City
Clyde Harden and wile visited
friends in Humboldt last Sunday.
J , II. Lewis shipped n lot of hogs
Brown's Minstrel show played ul
Hall's Opera house last Thursday eve
ning and pleased the people vorj
Rev. J. D. Stnwart , State Superin
tcndent of the Congregational Sunday
school , lectured at the Congrogntlona
church lust Sunday.
Mrs. N. Boiler was in Auburn las
Albert Johuton of Horton , Kansas ,
spent part of the past week with hli
John Wlltso and family of Fulls Clt ;
were welcome visitors at Gco. Peek's
Win. Huettnar's entertained some c
their relatives Sunday.
K iv. Stouder and family left Frlda
for Mount Ida , Kansas where the
will make their future homo.
Mrs. John Yocutn returned to he
homo in Falls City Sunday after
short visit with her daughter.
Uorn to Adolph Brackhahn and wif
Feb. , 1-1 , 1900 a son.
Cleon Peck and wife * spent Sundo
in Barada with Henry Gerdes an
Mrs. Sueltner is on the sick ll = t.
Edna and Veru Shaffer entertuine
their frieno Mary Dodd , Sunday.
Clay Peck and wife spent Sundo
with Geo. Peck and family.
Win. Fuller , wife and ! < on of Falls
City vlsiti-il with relatives. Sunday.
Gco. Johnston went wet Tuesday to
look at tome land in view of buying.
O. A. Hurk and family visited at N
Peck1 * , Sun'day.
Some of the young folks spent Sun
day afternoon with Sadie and Hurvy
Mrs. Perry ShalTer is staying with
her sister , Mrs. Jake Glbble.
Kpli. Peck and wife were guests of
K. T. Peck's , Sunday.
Mrs. 12. C. Colhapp and HOD , Si fUi ,
and Mildred Shirley visited the family
of Geo. Segrlst In Lincoln thu last of
the week ,
Win. Schwas * and family loft Wed
nesday for their new homo at 1C I wood ,
The household goods of Win. Lyd-
wiok arrived from Kansas City Frldaj
and the family will again live In thl&
Word has been received thai : i son
was born Fob. 12th to Hlmor Wood and
wlfoofKlk Creek. Mrs. Woods was
formerly Miss Dolly Mann of this city.
Dick James of Falls City was In
Humboldt the llret of the week.
Mrs. L. U. Mann was visiting her
daughter , Mrs. Klmer Wood at Kile
Crook the past week.
Benj. Wheeler , who has been agent
for the Ilaller medicine company In
Richardson county loft Tuesday with
his family for Gage county whore ho
will farm this year near Beatrice.
About twenty ladlcK bpont a very on-
joyahle afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Lewis llowoll Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Guy Cooper entertained the
Kenslnhton of thu Presbyterian ladles
A largo force of men huvfc been em
ployed In repairing the B. fe. M. rail
road bridge across Long Branch the
Tom Smith and family returned
from Washington , Kan * , , Monday.
Mrs Geo. Cllft left Friday for Have-
lock for u visit with her daughter , Mrs
Gib Karlcy has returned from Lin
coln and has accepted a position with
M little Wilson , who has been In
Western Kansas for the past year , ar
rived in this city Thursday on u visit
to her parents Rlloy Wilson and wife.
G. L. Beard made a trip to Falls
Mrs. K. W. Klwoll who has been vis
iting the family of Frank Buttcrfiold
returned to her homo in Sterling Tues
Dr. G. W Joseph , P. Slaughter back
and families and Holland Wright left
Wednesday for Ft. Pierre , South
Dakota , where they have taken cla'ms ,
Mrs. Joseph Wozab is on the sick
list at this writing.
Fielding Parker arrived Saturday
with the body of his little daughter
Iva aged ten years , who died at her
homo In Kansas City Feb. Kith. Rev.
llorl Wilson conducted the funeral
services and remains were interred in
the cemetery west of town.
Champ Wright loft Tuesday to look
aftorhls land Interests in South Da
Frank Snethen was a St. Joe visitor
the tlrst of the week.
S. B. Rice , road master on the B. A
M. railroad , and daughter Garnott ,
formerly of this city , but now residing
at Tecumseh , wore visiting friends
here the latter part of the week.
Frank Porr returned Tuesday from
Chicago where he has been studying
Mrs. Km inn Beard of Puwuoe Citj
accompanied by Berta and Gene visit
ed in this City Sunday.
W. J. McCruy is homo from a trip u
North Dakota. While there Mr. Me
McCray purchased a half section eland
land , paying $7,500 for it.
Harvey Hogrefo and family havt
baen spending the past week In Oman
with Mrs. Hogrefo's mother.
Edna Byrd , a former Stella girl , wu
married last week to Fred Wise n
Nodaway , lowu , where they will muk
y their home.
R. A. Clark has been spending th
past two weeks in Illinois , where h
has a number of larms.
The pupils of the eleventh grade t
the Stella high school was entertuine
at the home of Howard Plasters lai
Friday evening at a valentine party.
The trial club met at the homo of
Harvey Ilogrefolnst F.iday evening.
Walter Gagncbln was thrown from
his hugify last week and was rendered
unconscious , lie layer , by the road-
jliln for an hour before ho was fount !
by u passerby.
Clua Clianey , who is u telephone
operator in Kansas , spent the first of
the week with her sister , Mrs. Caroline
A daughter was born to I3ert Har
mon and wife last Friday.
The Method lot aid -society meets at
thu homo of Mrs. McBrldc next Wed
Mrs. Andj Tynan Is .spending the
vvi't'k In Lincoln with her daughter ,
Arthur Robinson of Red Cloud , Ne
braska , has been spending the past
week with relatives at this place Ele
is a former resident of this place.
Harrison Ilaskett of thlf. place and
Hthi'l Newton were married at her
homo in Auburn Sunday. They will
reside on a farm near Lynch , Nobr.
Sherman Sap-rs and family of Shu-
burt has rented .Freu lleimcrs house
and wll ! taVe possession soon.
Preston Martin of Craig , Missouri ,
has been spending the p.ist week with
his sister , Mrs. Richard Morris Ht
goes from hero to Liberty , Nebraska ,
to take charge of newspaper at that
W. K. Ulmer has runted Mrs. Keyes'
farm for the coming year , and Ed
Workman has rented one of Lev !
DiivU' farms west of town.
A medicine show hn been entertain
Ing ihc people of Stella the past week.
A negro show held forth part of last
week. The hotels refused to have the
negroes and they had to live In the
opera house while here.
Mrs W. U. Wheeler has been spend
ing the past week in Kansas City with
her sister , Mrs. W. D. Kusluy.
The Research club meets at thu
home of Mrs. R A.Tynan this after
Jacob Wiggins of Culbortson visited
in Uulo the ilrst of the week.
John Tancney , formerly with thu
brldjjn department but now in the
train service with the Burlington , was
visiting in this city Monday.
Tuck Smith departed for southern
Sherman Hayes is visiting friends In
Elmer Schmidt loaded his household
ofTectsTuesday and loft for Guide
Rock whore lie will reside In the
John Mann has a very sick child this
Cup Chiming of Tarkio Lake , Mo. ,
was a business visitor in this city last
Joe Hruzo and wife gave a social hop
to a few of their friends last Thursday
at their home on north Main street.
Geo. E. Ward put up some fine ice
last week just' for family use Mr.
Ward says there Is nothing so nice as
keeping cool in the summer time.
Jim Ilaler baled hay for W. U
Coupe lust we-jk.
Clyde Adams , brakcmun on the
Atchison freight , was granted a leave
of absence until March 1st , and de
parted In company with his wife fet
Lincoln Saturday where they will visit
several tlwya. They will also visit ir
Nebraska City before their return.
P. N. Frederick made some repain
on the turn table at this place last Sat
Mike Richardson of Wymoro ii
braking on the Atchison freight dur
Ing Clyde Adams' absence.
All of the Rule boys that have beei
working on the riprap at Nobraskr
City came home the tlrst of lust ween
were recalled Saturday.
Kd Urust of Nebraska City viblted It
this city several days this week tht
guest of Edith Kern.
Hurlund Jones was a business visilo
In this city Saturday.
John Hurk , jr. , visited in Rule sov
crul days this week.
Will MoWuln of the V switch wus
business visitor in Uulo Saturday.
Mrs Luugdon .luckson has been sul
tering with rheumatism for some tlm
being confined to her room most of th <
Gertrude Kauuly is suffering from
gathering in the left side of her fuc
The Bachelor Girls club gave
dance on valentine night at Miles hal
which was a suceecs financially. The
hall and stage were beautifully deco
rated with mottos and ( lowers appro
priate for the occasion The Bachelor
deserve great credit for the way they
conducted this grand affair. Supper
was servi-d in an adjoining room which
was also beautifully dteortited. Music
was furnished by the White Cloud
orchestra which excelled by none
other. Forty-one dance numbers were
Bold and the best of order maintained.
Dr. John Harris of Tecumseh was a
Uulo visitor several days lust week.
Master Chas Bolpere visited at For-
tescue t vo days lust week.
G D. Harris of the Soldiers home ut
Leawenworth , Kansas visited friends
In Uulo several days last * cck
Prof. Stevens wus a Falls City vi&i
Green Goolsby of Uushbottom wus a
visitor in this city Sunday.
Mrs. Bessie Hrinetjar was a Falls
! lty vlnltor Saturday
John Kanaly was u Falls City visitor
londuy of this week ,
MUs Julia Cronin visited at Falls
! ity Saturday.
Tulbcrt tlinkle visited with his
Tandpitrcnts J. ( . ! . Hinkle and wife of
"ortescuo Saturday and Sjnduy.
Duck ahootlng was extra good on the
Bars south a' town lust Sunday several
lucks were brought down by some of
ur locnl ports.
Ir.i Philips of Wymoro was a Uulo
isltor Tuesday morniiiy
J. M. ( tuttnftnn of Wj more wus look-
ng after the Burlington interest's in
Vcs Bunker visited with the home
'oiks near Fortecin ; this week.
Windy Mooreluii'J departed Tuettluy
10011 for Boise City , Idaho. Winds hus
u position there In a hluck-'rnith shop.
Geo. E. Ward. U.S. . Coupe. J. M.
Mooney and Mr. Xlmmermun and sous
oft Tuesday for southern Missouri und
northern Arkansas with a view to buy
i large tract of heavy timber land ?
Jerry Mursteller loaded and shiped
bis effects Monday to ODoll where he
will locute havlnu bought a farm
Dr. Henderson , Burchnrd and Fust
performed an operation on Mr. Elmer
\rnold for appendicitis. He Is im
proving best us cun be expected.
A Danneckcr returned home from
L , M. Jones leaves Tuesday for
Oklahomu where he expects to invest
Milton Zimmerman Eston Jones and
George Schmidt left Tuesday for Ar
kansas to see the country and probably
invest In land. .
A number of M. W. A. members cut
wood for Elmer Arnold Monday as ho
is very ill at present.
A dance was given ut the home of
Frunk Burgetts Saturday evening.
Bud Packet left for Seneca , Kansas
Frlduy where ho will make his future
H. L. Kloepfel left for St. Joseph
The Ulchurdson County Anti-Thief
Associutlon No , 2 mot at 'the home of
E.'nst Zimmerman Monday evening.
FAKMKRS I am expecting a
car load of oil cake soon , so let
me know what you want and I
will notify you when it comes.
The price is Sl.)5 when taken
at the car. Place your order
early. O. P. HRCK.
Nearly Lost Them.
Nobody will ever know just
how near Palls City came to los
ing the stub trains. A protest
over making Falls City the
terminus was sent in from the
neighboring towns affected by
the change. Atchison joined infer
for fear the change might event
ually result in the loss of the
division to her. The protest
was of such character that a
telegram was sent from the St.
Louis headquarters to stop the
printing of the schedule to which
a reply was sent that the new
time cards were already printed.
The order for the change was
then permitted to stand and
Falls City has the trains.
Lewis Moore of Humboldt was
on our streets Tuesday afternoon.
We invite every farmer to attend our exhibit
of the New Lightning Feed Grinders , which we
Mondav , , Tuesday and
Wedaesday Feb. 26,27,25.
, . , , .
The new Lightning Feed Grinder is the best
ever sold for the money. Come in and we will
serve hot cakes , made from the flour ground
by these mills , with butter , syrup and coffee.
We will also make a special low prices on all
our Buggies , Wagons and Implements on these
Yours for hot cakes and businesss.
Big Crowds At Hall's Store
Fo rtlio pust wt'fkv > lm\v hud nil we could < io to wiit
on the crmvdH of anxious people tnuSim ; ndvnnta e of our
liir reduction sale.
We wil continue mir niu redaction snle
One More Week
Many people have bought # .f.OU i d $3.50 shoes for
$1.00 and $1.50. We have t > ome of these shoes left
and yon are missing a great opportunity if yon
don't come fora pair of those shoes now.
For Cash Onlv
After this I will sell shoes for cash only. Please du
not ask for credit. Money will be refunded for anything -
thing returned unsoiled in a short time. t
G. E. Hall
Sunday February 25th.
9:45 : Matins and Catechisms.
10:45 Holy Communion and
7:30 Friday evening Litany.
Strangers welcome to all ser
vices. H. B. SMITH , Pastor.
9:45 : a. m. , Bible School.
11:00 a. m. communion.
11:30 p. m. Sermon , subject ,
"Behold Three Men Seelf Thee. "
3:00 : p. m. Junior Endeavor.
6:30 p. m. Senior Y. P. S. C. E-
7:30 p. m. Missionary Rally. [ \
All are cordially invited to at
tend these services. Strangers
and visitors in the city are cord
T. A. LINDKNMHYKK , Minister.
M. E. Church.
The following services next
< J:45 : Sunday school.
12:00 : Class meeting.
3:00 p. m. Junior league.
6:30 : Epworth league.
There will be excellent music
You are invited to attend.
W. T. CUNK , Pastor.
There will be the usual ser
vices at the Presbyterian church
next Sabbath , both morning and
evening. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
S. "W. Griffin , pastor.
A Good Watch !
Is a necessity to every man
who would succeed in life.
The kinds we sell are guaran
teed to give you one of man's
strongest assets punctuality
if you will obey them.
Only standard and reliable
movements find place h ere
and we willingly guarantee I
them to be accurate time keep
ers. Cases plain , simple and
ornate in either Gold , Silver
or Gun-m _ tal.
Velicate and complicated re
pairs are a specialty here.
Falls Cfitv , Nebraska.
At the Getting.
Owing to several other social
functions on Wednesday evening
there was not a very large house
in attendance at "The True Kentuckian -
tuckian , " which is a play of good
southern scenes , has a fine com
pany and good staging. The
special scenery was fine and each
member qi the company was especially -
pecially adapted for their various
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