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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 23 , 1906 5-
Bat Sowles' candy.
Asa Crook has been on the sick
h'.t this week.
Samuel Baync and wife went
to Salem Sunday.
Joseph Tichen was down from
Winifred Wcrtz , of St. Joseph ,
is the guest of Clara Gagnon.
Fred Sebold has been on the
jiok ? list for the past ten days.
Katie Meliza spent Saturday
and Sunday with friends at Daw-
John Oswald made a business
trip to Dawson Saturday after
Begin planning now to attend
the Farmers Institute. It will
pnj you. _
John Powell shipped in a car
load of tine potatoes the first of
Ida Me } ers , of Preston attended
tiie play at the Gehling last Fri
J. S. Wilson , on route one , Re
serve , Kansas is now a reader of
If you want driving horses ,
cfjlts or mules get them at the
Mrs. W. W. Spurlock of Salem
was the guest of Mrs. John Holt
during the week.
Mrs. Joseph Varner and chil
dren left Friday for a months
visit in Oklahoma.
Anita Wilson was the guest of
Salem friends the past Saturday
afternoon and Sunday.
Will Boyd came up from Hia
watha and spent Sunday with
Ids family in this city.
Farmers Institute at Falls City
December 18-1' ) and 20th at Court
house. Come and be one of us.
Helen Martin returned the
first of the week from a visit
-reith Maym'e Eustice , at Auburn.
Zetta Catnblin returned Sunday
from a visit with friends at
Atchison and Highland , Kansas.
Amos Timerman and Ollic
Hclmick , of Stella , attended Hi
Henry on Friday evening of the
Miles Crook returned the latter
part of the past week from a
three months stay at Verona ,
George Weaver and wife were
, tjown from Stella last Friday ,
3Ii Henry and his Minstrel being
Sidney Lapp returned Friday
from Wyoming where he hat
Tc-cen working for the past two 01
} hree months
Did you know that the Farmers
Institute is to be held at Falls
fiity in the Court room , Decem
ber 18-T' ' and 20th.
Mrs. George Stumbo who ha ;
Ijcen visiting in Wyoming for the
past week , returned to her home
in this city the last of the week
Mrs. Sarah Marberger cam <
'jiown from Humboldt last Satur
lay afternoon , to attend tin
Davis-Schmelzel wedding this
Harry Foehlinger came uj
from Atchison last Friday am
n Thursday evening of this
week left for McCook , where In
' 4 as a position.
Mr. Foxworthy , representing
3he Western Newspaper Union
f Omaha was a pleasant calle
at this office while transactinf
Business affairs in this city las
Friday. _ _
Henry C. Smith was a Hum
Loldt visitor Sunday. From ther
lae drove to his farm near Di
Bois. Mr. Smith has one of th
inest fruit farms in this sectioi
and he has just completed som
ixtensive improvements on th
same , in the way of a new house
f\ \ and such. His apple orchan
yielded an immense crop this seas
on , and the fruit was of a fin
Mrs. Daisy Foley is on the sick
ist this week.
II. W. Campbell of Salem spent
Sunday in this city.
Jessie Jones was here from
Salem Saturday last.
J. J. Caverzagie was up from
ulo the past Friday.
F. J. Ilynek was down from
lumboldt Friday last.
J. II. Motsinger was down
rom Shubert last Sunday.
Mrs. Helen Bentley left Mon-
lay for a yisit at St. Joseph.
K. G. Kelley of White Cloud ,
vansas was in town Monday.
Dr. A. E Wolfe spent Sunday
he guest of friends at Humboldt.
A. A. Tiehen was among the
) awson people in this city Satur-
Ray Travers of Hiawatha was
n town the latter part of the
Mrs. Ida White returned Satur-
lay from a visit with friends at
Louis Finck and wife , on route
bur , were shopping in town last
Sydney Spence has been con
fined to his bed for several days
Prof. Larabee and wife , of
Jreston , were Saturday visitors
in this city.
Minna and Angeline Tiehen
of Dawson were Saturday visitors
in this city.
O. O. Snyder was one of the
Salem people that spent Satur
day in this city.
Alta Snyder was among the
Salem people that spent Satur-
lay in Falls City ,
Gertrude Lum , was down from
Vcrdon Saturday for a brief visit
with friends here.
C. W. Atwood was here from
[ lumboldt in a business way on
Tuesday of this 'week.
J. M. Ilouck , on route one was
: i pleasant caller at these quarters
ast Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. E. D. Lockridge of Lin
coln was the guest of Mrs John
flolt during the past week.
C. F. Reavis was attending tc
law business in Lincoln and
Omaha , during the first of this
Mrs. C. N. Allison was callee
to Manhatten , Kans.- , the pas1
week by the serious illness of hei
Guy Huston was thrown fron
a horse last Sunday and received
a severely bruised head and othei
A. G. Shubert was here fron ;
Shubert looking after severa
business affairs on Saturday o
the past week.
Orra Ross of the Aubun
Herald force , spent Sunday a
the home of his parents , Join
Ross and wife in this city.
Thomas Palmer , who is em
ployed on the Hiawatha Demo
crat , spent Saturday evening am
Sunday at his home in this city
Phillip Markt , of Oregon. Mo.
is visiting with relatives nea
Barada , and while in town Mon
day was a pleasant caller at this
Elsie Morehead who is keep
ing house for her grandfather a
Troy , Kansas spent Sunday will
her parents J. C. Morehead am
wife , west of town.
Mr. Lawrence Evart is beini
presented this season by A. W
Cross in Mr. Walker Whiteside'
brilliant comedy in three acts
"We are King. " Equipped witl
a superb company , rich costume
and correct scenery , this attrac
tion has proved to be of grea
excellence and merits the appre
ciation that has been accordei
Mr. Evart and company. "W
are King'1 will appear in thi
city on Wednesday evening
November 28th , at the Gehling
The Amphions will sing at the
Christian church tonight. Heat
George Cleveland made a busi
ness trip to St. Joseph Wednes
Miss Elmo Kirk , of Salem , has
been the guest of Almeda Hill
Mrs. Allan D. May and small
son of Salem arc visiting rela
tives in this city.
Mrs. D. M. Davics and children
left Monday for a visit with
friends at Fairbury.
Miss Margaret Meyers , of
Johnsto vn. Pa. , is the guest oi
Mrs. Stephen Miles.
Mrs. J. C. Roberts of Sabetha ,
Kans. , was the guest of J. A.
Hill from Monday until Wednes
E. D. Ricger was up from
Preston on Tuesday and while in
town was a pleasant caller al
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hill re
turned today from a ten days visit
in Iowa. They drove the distance
and had a very pleasant trip.
Rev. T. A. Lindennieyer was n
Hebron visitor over Sunday ,
going early Saturday morning
and returning Monday evening.
The Hall slaughter shoe sale
is attracting large crowds at the
Hall shoe store every day. Botl
of the past two Saturdays he has
enjoyed a tremendous trade-
Harry P. Custcr went to Kan
sas City Saturday to meet hii
wife , who was returning from r
visit with her sister. Mrs. Artlun
Richards , at Pittsburg , Kansas
The price of poultr } ' has beer
below six cents , until the echo oi
Thanksgiving was heard , whet :
the1 advanced to eight cents-
ami it is still one week until thai
There will be a regular conr
munication of Falls City Lodge
No. < J A F & A M next Mondaj
evening , November 2f > at theii
hall. An invitation to all visit'
Mrs. Hoppe was called to Kan
sas City the latter part of the
past week , owing to thcexplosior
of a gosoline stove which serious
ly injured her daughter-in-law ,
Mrs John Hoppe.
Services of the First Christiat
church will be held in the churcl
building next Sunday , Nov. 25th
The building has been repaire (
and papered on the inside and i :
now heated with a furnace.
Frank Messier and wife cann
down from Fairbury the last o
the week. Mr. Messier has re
turned but his wife will stay fo
a longer visit with her parents
Dudley Gillispie and wife.
J. C. Tanner during the dem
onstration of the Majestic range
at his hardware store last wcel
sold in the neighborhood o
twenty ranges. The dcmonstra
tion attracted a large numbe
each day , and preyed a very sue
W. Dorrington writes fror
Washington that he a n i
Mrs. Dorrington are enjoyini
their stay in the far west ver
much. Mr. Dorrington h a
charge of the building of a sewc
for the Gilligan company under
sixty thousand dollar contract.
If Falls City would work fo
Falls City what a good littl
town we would have. If we ha
fewer men who seek the destruc
tion of local business institution
' .because of personal feelin
' 'against ' men connected with sue !
institutions we would be a grea
deal better off. If the town is t
progress it must have the activ
co-operation of everj' citizei :
When men are so small as to sen
out of town for postage stamp
because they don't like the post
master , when a local merchan
furnishes his home by out c
town puschases , when the spiri
of "knock" is the constant fami
iar of many of our citizens , whs
can be expected for the future.
The machine shops have been
busy sharpening skates for the
Catherine Bosworth , of Ne
braska City arrived here Wednes
day afternoon for a visit with
Don't fail to attend the enter
tainment given by the Amphion
male quartette at the First Chris
tian church tonight.
Sam Stewart and wife of Re
serve attended the Davis-
Schmelzel wedding in this city
Mrs. James McDowell of Tecumseh -
cumseh is visiting with her
sister , Mrs. Harry Custcr , and
other relatives in this city.
J. A. Tipton of Albany , Mo. ,
came for the wedding Wednesday
evening. His wife has been vis
iting relatives here for the past
Tonight at t h e Christian
church , the Amphions will enter
tain in the first number of the
lecture course. You should hear
The holly ribbon decoration in
the Samuel Wahl window is very
neat , pretty and attractive. Mr
Speer is certainly an artist along
Mrs. Andrew Cameron a n d
children and Mrs. Mary Cameron
have all been sick for some time
with very severe colds , but are
A cordial invitation is extended
to you a u d y o u r f a m i 1 y
to attend the Farmers Institute.
The best of talent both men and
women have been engaged.
Mrs. Benj. Foster left Tuesday
for the bedside of her sister , Miss
Anna Martin , who is lying very
ill at her home at Cowcta , Okla.
Miss Martin has many friends in
this city , all of whom hope for
her early recover } ' .
Col. Dalbey and wife , of the
Shubert Citizen , were down to
attend the -
ding. While here the colonel
was a pleasant caller at these
quarters and we noticed that he
has purchased himself a brand
The store of Burn's Bros , has
commenced to assume holiday
attire , preparatory forthe Christ
mas time. All manner of toys ,
as well as all useful articles are
ondisplay and show an extra large
stock , of the very best , has been
selected for this season. The
decorations are also quite pretty ,
Mr. Lawrence Evart will ap
pear at the Gehling on Wednes
day evening , Nov. 28th , in Mr.
Walker Whiteside's satirical com
edy , "We are King. " Mr. Evart
possesses a beautiful voice , an
admirable stage presence , which
combined with unlimited ability ,
fits him for the part of Gustavus
Venncr the dual role created by
Mr. Whiteside. Mr. Evart will
be surrounded by a remarkably
strong cast , including several
members of Mr. Whiteside's orig
inal "We arc King" production.
While this is true , we
have been busy selecting
new novelties for the Hol
iday Season. Many of
these goods have arrived
and are at your disposal.
We would be pleased to
have you call early and
pass upon ourjudgmeU
in selecting this season's
Dr. MCMILLAN , Prop.
FOR THE &ABLE
We have just received a full line of Tableware. We keep
only the best in Plated Ware and Sterling Silver Flat Ware
Is there not something that you need in the following sug
gestions for the table :
Vegetable Servers Oyster Forks Cream Ladles
Carving Sets Gravy Ladles Meat Forks
Berry Spoons Pickle Spoons Bouillon Spoon
Coffee Sets Tea Spoons Berry Set
Dessert Spoons Table Spoons Fish Set
Sugar Tongs Jully Spoons Pie Server
Orange Spoons Nut Bowls
Many other things both useful and ornamental. Prices
A. E. Jaquet The "Old Jeweler Heliable"
Remember the shooting match
at Fargo the 28th.
Bert Keavis was a business vis
itor in Omaha Tuesday.
FOK SAI.K : A good cow. In
quire of Mrs. Harriet Stump.
It is peculiar that a blackberry
is always red when it's green.
I guess the collection of nearly
S'JOO ' on a bid of $180 is not going
Chas. Uattrel of St. Joseph
spent Sunday with his parents in
Tom Gist is rapidly recovering
Irom his injury and will soon be
Richard Baker returned Tues
day from Omaha where he has
13. G. Whitford while on his
recent western trip , purchased a
large body of western land.
Isham Keavis has been en
gaged in the trial of a case be
fore the Brown county , Kansas ,
court this week.
Edwin Walloon and C. F.
Keavis were before the supreme
court in Lincoln Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week.
Mrs. Pickctt returned the latter
part of the week from a three
months visit with relatives in
Iowa and other eastern points.
Esburu Wheeler and wife were
down from Stella during the
week , visiting relatives and at
tending the Davis-Schmclzel wed
Farmers who still have apples
on hand , can find a sale for them
at the vinegar factory. It will
not matter if they have been
slightly frozen , as this will not
impair their quality for vinegar.
Jesse Whetstine , who has been
hunting in and near Cabool , Mo. ,
for several weeks , had the mis
fortune to break his arm last
week. We don't believe that
Missouri agrees w i t h Jesse ,
Mrs. Koss Jackson and son
Otis , who have been visiting
with relatives at Shickley , Neb. ,
are now visiting with her par
ents , Richard Jones and wife , in
this city , before returning to
their home at Atchison.
Plans are under way by the
Woman's club to have a musical
in the near future , the proceeds
of which will be used to help pay
for the instruments and music
for the high school band. This
would be worthy of the patron
age of all.
A mistake was made when one
of the local papers last week
gave the impression that Humane
Officer Hersher had taken the
Mrs. Futscher found wandering
on Stone street early one morn
ing last week , to the county jail
| for safe keeping. He took her
to the deputy sheriff's wife be
cause both were German and he
could not understand the lan
Wednesday Evening , Nov.
A. W. CROSS Presents
MR. LAWRENCE EVART
In Mr. Walker Whiteside's
Greatest Coined } ' Success
A Complete Scenic Equipment
A Company of Superior Ex
Prices 273 Seats 75c ; 112 Seats
at 50c ; 3f > 5 Scats 3Sc.
Rye for sale at Heck's feed
Corn huskers wanted at the
Margrave ranch. 4f3t. .
Few RUNT : Two steam heated
rooms over the state bank.
Sweet cider by the barrel , keg
or gallon at Heck's feed store.
You will miss the best time of
your life if you miss the Farmers
Institute on the 18-1'J and 20th
Falls City has two remarkable
institutions in its meat markets
both of which sell sausage made
of real pork.
FOK RHNTGood barn for
horses , with place for carriage ,
has hay mow and water. Four
blocks east of court house. In
quire of Tribune ,
Barn For Sale-Cbeap.
This barn is 20 x 32 , first class
lumber , room for 8 head of stock.
Good hay mow and two bins.
Would make good house dwell
ing. Particulars call on Ma-
comber Bros. One block west of
A shooting match will be held
at Fargo , November 28 , for
those who desire to secure
turkeys , geese or ducks for
Thanksgiving day. Approxi
mately twenty-four turkeys ,
eighty ducks and thirty-six
geese will be disposed of at this
match. The shoot will be con
ducted by 0. J. Thomas and
good sport is promised. Attend -
tend and secure one or more of
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