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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1906)
8 THE FALLS CIT TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MARCH 23 , 1906.
$40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest
. est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this
and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the
LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made.
Mr- Mary Miller anil daughter ,
Miiri , are Vuillii' ' . ' with Mr ? . r'red
Mrs Grave * ami daughter , MrH.
James , of St.Joifph have returned to
their homo alter tin extended visit
relatives hi Salem.
Mrs. Fred Hoyil and daughter were
in Falls City Thursday.
Mrs. Wade Whitney returned to her
homo in Duwson Saturday.
Dr. Wiiggncr of Duwoon was In town
Clnrcneo Maylield wtm over from
Mrs. McDonald and baby oame down
from Stolln Thursday nnd visited rela
tives over Sunday.
Miss Mattlo Martin and Miss Mao
Sehrtm ] > ton came down from Stella
Ina Billingsreturned from Humboldt
A. J. Sp"ecco and wife were In Kails
Airs. J. Vandervoot was in Falls City
Will Richards went to Ilumboldt
Jesse Shrlmpton went to Colorado
Urn Wlekhum and Jesse Shrlmpton
drove to Falls City Saturday.
Elinor .lames and It. K. Grlnstoud
were in Falls City Saturday.
John Tlohn and wife were Falls City
Wade Whltmer and wife were In
j'-ullu City Saturday.
L. Barnes and wife went to Falls City
Chtts. MeCool drove to Falls City
Saturday , '
Hiram RanUma and George Shcolr
vjoro among those who drove to Falls
Mrs , Goo. Tutt.lt ) moved Into the
Spurloek property Tuesday.
Samuel llakcr is sulTorlng with a
very sore foot and IB threatened with
Mrs. Ell Corn and son Henry wort
over from Vordon Sunday.
Frank MeCool was in Falls City Sat
J. /.Immormun and wife lof
for Colby , Kas , Thursday.
Hey Turner left for Horton , Kas
Hobcrt Itulu was up from Falls Cltj
Grandma ShalTor Is seriously 111.
J. O. Stalder came buck from st
Mr. The . Thompson and Mis
Myrtle Wellor were married by Judgi
Gugnoti iu Falls City o.i Wednesday
Miles Jones was in Fullb City Satut
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Whlt-uor burlc
tholr six weeks old baby In Maple ecu
W. MoDougul and wlfo were in Fall
Joe W hullo was in rails Cit > Satin
Uncle DickKelly was surprised b
about thirty relatives and ( Hand
Thursday. U was in honor of his 701
birthday. Ho was presented with a
elegant rocking chair.
Jennie Fellers visited friends I
Table Rock the latter part of lai
A daughter was born to Dr. and Mi
E. A. Litchfiold rrlday last ,
The company who started about t\v
weeks ago for Canada have been sco
bound In northern U. S. and have n <
yet reached tholr destination.
Curl Maun and wife , Frank Dorian
and Lou Beard left Friday for Soul
A boy was born to Frank Powe
und wife Sunday
DrG. W. Merldlthund wife of Ab
land were guests of Dr K , A. Lltchfie
and wife the past week
Ike Ried recently purchased the d
livery outtlt of Jos. Wcdner and IK
delivers goods for Humbold * . me
A surprise party was gl\i-u ltal |
and Kthel Beery at their homo lu
Friday night , those who attended ben
pupils of the high school.
The recent eold weather ha retar
ed work on the brick yard but enth
siusin bus not abated.
H. A Scott returned Monday from
trip to St Joe.
Margaret Illcc "pent Sunday with
her parent * in Tccuiineh.
MM Win. Cllll fame down from
Haveloek the first of the week to
visit with her parents and other friends
Geo. Peuke spent Sunday with rclii
tivt'n in Seneca.
Carl Wllllaiinon , whoio limb nus
amputated at ankle after being crushed
by u Irolght train about two weeks ago
has been obliged to suffer a second am
putation this lime at thn knee
D , Lloyd of Duwgon was n visitor In
our town the last of the week.
Gee Soirrist ot Lincoln ! visiting
frionils In this cltv.
Lena Woolsoy of Toeiirnseh hue been
visiting at the home of H , I * Marble
the past week.
Mrs. John Powers and Mrs. H. L.
HolT entertained thi'lr huly friends on
Thursday and Friday of last week at
the home of Mrs. Powers.
Ida Wilson Is slightly improved after
a very severe uUucV of toiiMlitis
Kleunor Williamson liubucn on the
biclc ll t the past week.
Klmor Arnold Is able to be up and
around now after hl long spell of sick
M. A. fonts and Mr ? A. K. Swain
visited with Mrs. II. L. Kloepfel on
Mary and Helen Humiks went to
Falls City Friday.
Mrs Pointer Is on the ilck list this
H. L. Kloepfol returned from Bur
lington , la. . Wednesday' where he has
been transacting bushier
A sleigh load of young pee pit ; sur
prised r. T. Duncan and futility at
tholr home Thurdav evening. They
all iMijoyod a good timu and departed
at a late hour ,
Born to Mi-ami Mrs Chut.humor -
iiun on Monday , a girl.
Conrad Schmidt and family visited
with Chit ? Hollman Friday last.
A musical entertainment was given
t the Fort Hazel elioolhouse Friday
The Fort Hu/ol young people tin
nuking good use of the snow sleigh-
James Tangnoy moved hl houMjlioli
goods to llulo Friday.
Mr. Soils moved from near rargo U
ho Matt Danncker farm In this vicln
ty last week.
C.J.Thomas transacting busl
iess In Rule Saturday.
The King Bros , went on a wolf chasi
'Vlday but was un.iblo to bring any t (
Alolb Daunockcr Is on the sick list u
ho present writing.
Sam Randall went to Rule Saturday
Wm Dorsto returned from St lee o
John Mooney shipped a ear load i
ns to St Joe Monday evening.
Mrs. Goolsby and daughter moved t
Kansas City last week where her sons
Jim and Ed have good positions.
Quito a number of our people vlsitc
at the county capital last Baturday.
Henry Kloepfel has opancd up
furniture store In one of Joseph Mik
Mrs. Tlnsloy has leased the up stair
to the Juke Wiggins property on Mai
street and is fitting up the same for
Henry Hrecht shipped u cur of cattl
and u ear of hogs to St. Joseph Mot
J. W. Mann ha > u sick child th !
J. W. Hosford shipped a ear of ho *
and cattle mixed to St Joseph Tue
0. Pope of Kansas City wus transac
ing business In Rulo.Mouday.
J. W. Mooney bblppud a cur of hof
to St. Josepti Tuesday night.
The Holiness people held rovlv
meetings a part of this week.
J. A McDonuId shipped u cur of tit
cattle to St. Joseph Tuesday night.
Johuuy , the little son of John Kanu
mot with an accident one night lu
week while coasting he lost control
hU rloJ und run into a pest , cuttli
quite a hole in hU fuce. But not sc
It is understood that T. M. Tinsl
will huvi ) charge of the Kloopfel fun
L. J. Varvel wrtlco from Creole
Coloradu saying there will be 70
acre ? of sugar beets planted no
Greeluy thU r-oason Mr. Varvel is
wlcl plea ed with his new home.
Dr. A. J. Gardner of Wymoro win \i
business visitor In Rule one day lust
! ' . T , Darrow of Lincoln was looking <
after the Burlington interest in thl * (
city Thursday of last ' eek. '
.1. M. Gustupson of Wymoro was u [
business visitor in Ru4t ) one day lust | *
week. ' <
Tommy Wallace was a visitor at tin- ,
county capltol one day last week. ,
Mrs. D. 1C. Anderson and children of j
Humboldt. visited in thU city several <
duvs this week. i J
The democrats mi-l In caucus on ' <
Wednesday night of last week and '
nominated n city ticket as follows ;
Mayor , W. J. Cunningham : clerk , J.
Durveau ; Treasure. Tom Bokar ; Police
Judge , Dun Van Valkcnberg : council , '
North Ward : N. A. Kcrmoade , .1. .1. ,
Tueketi : South . Ward , A. Durveuu. '
NGlle Hurper has given up her posi
tion In the telephone otliec and has
gonu to Auburn whore her parents
A surprise parly wus given Alma
Morit/ , who lives west of town , lust
Friday evening. The evening WHS de
voted to the making of tally.
John Beard has purchased a farm in
western Kunsa * and will move there
Mrs. Fay Hewitt is spending u couple
of weeks with her husband' ? relatives
at David City.
Mrs. R. J. McMullen of Tarkio , Mo. . I
is visiting at the home of her son. A U | <
McMullen. She fell down a stairway I '
at the home of the hitter's home last '
rlday and broke three ribs.
Clyde Uasklns was is , Kansas City
isttor lust Saturday
Rov. Paot and family have moved to
'ekumah , where ho will h.ive charge
f a church
Dr. James spent Sunday in Auburn
ith friend- .
Mrs. Mac Hall left for her new homo
L Home , Kan . Monday. She was
.ccompanlcd as fur us Hitiwuthu by
or father. Mae Weddle.
Romaine and Prank Tlmerman wore
n Kansas City the tirst of the week
: vlth a shipment of stock.
Carrie Young is homo frym Hoi-
rcdge where she has been teaching
music since last full.
Mrs , Llghtfoot und little daughter ,
if Independence , Mo. , are visiting at
he home of her sister , Mrs , G. M.
Kile and Ivti Holmlck attended thu
uneral of Mrs Kirk near rails City
A number from this place and shu-
bert loft for Texas Tuesday where they
expect to buy land.
Lawrcnco Llllngcr is homo from u
trip to western Kansas. While there
he purchased a quarter section of
land. Ho was accompanied by u
brother in-law from Falls City.
Mrs Loufsu Corner U home from Lin
coln where she has been taking medi
Maude Montgomery visited friends
at Nebraska City Saturday ana Sunday
E Kehres of Indiana is spending the
week with his sister , Mra M Shafcr.
The following were nominated for
the antl.llconse ticket for this year :
H C Kankoll. W H Hoerefe , S H
Balloy and J W Vtmght.
Florence smith Is spending the
week in Auburn with her sister , Mrs
H D Woller has boun quite sick the
past two weeks but is able to bo about
Mrs J G McBride ha a now HuntIngton -
Real Estate Transfers.
David D Reavls und wf to Anna M
Koavis wd und 1 of n } no } 17 3-10 JUch
county , $1500.
Gee W and Sarah Peek to K A Mtutst i
and wf qcd lot 17 hlk 70 also 2 ft on >
ulo It IS blk 70 Pulls City $1
Wm B Scbmucker and wf to Carrie
Slocum wd It 17 and H ft on s side of
it 13 iilk 70 being 2 } ft wide u and b
und 120 ft in length t > and w in FulU
Gee W sours .uid wf to Elmer E
J nines wd 10 acres loeuted near see
311 a 15 Rich county SHOO.
Fred J and Nett'.o B Gibson to Lee
V Hart wd all of It 10 blk 10 Verdon
John M Brockmau and wf to Arthur
D smith wd all It 1:1 blk 10 Humboldt
Gee W carpenter wd H 2 blk 45 Rule
Jomn R standorford to Richard L
Standerford wd 0 } of swi 11-3 13 con
taining 80 acres Rich , co SOOOO.
F. W. Parchen
ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THEIR
NEW CLOTHING STORE !
And the Business Policies that will be Carried Out
TO THE PUBLIC , GREETING :
It is with much pleasure
that we announce the open
ing of our New Store and
the fact that we are now
ready for business.
During the years we have
been in business in Falls
City , we have made a great
manj' friends and pleasant
a c q u a i n tances , many of
whom have already extended their good wishes
in our new venture.
We think we have studied the requirements
of the trade and know how to supply them to
the best advantage.
It may be interesting at this time in a general
way , to state the policy that will be followed in
our store. It will be our purpose to offer the
BEST QUALITY OP MERCHANDISE that we
can buy. 7
We have no Connection with any other Store in Falls City
Knowing frnm experience that it N the BEST that
s the most lasting satisfaction and you get the1
\vorth of your money.
As a part of our transaction , or of our purpose , \M-
consicler that our customers must be thoroughly satis
fied. Where any fault is found to exist or any error is
made , we want to make it right through exchange of
goods or refunding the purchase price , if the article
cannot be made right.
Briefly , the business will be conducted in the most
up-to-date manner , with modern goods and business
methods. All goods will be MARKED IN PLAIN
Our stock will consist of the following goods :
Kens' Boys' and Childrens'
Clothing , Furnishings ,
Hats , Caps , Trunks and
Valises , Boots and Shoes.
It will be our aim to present the best service and merchandise at all times. With
. for the exclusive sale of SINCERITY CLOTHES
this end in \ i.we have arranged
and in presenting this well known line for your consideration , we feel that our judg
ment will be justified by the approval of all men who appreciate high-class workman
ship , combined with perfect fit and correct style.
the Spring Models of this make. We
We are no\\ directing your attention to new
extend you .1 mrdial invitation to call upon us.
WAHL & PARCHEN
Jussen Bids ; . East Side of Stone Street
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