The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, April 19, 1907, Page 8, Image 10

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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , APRIL 19 , 1907
FOR SAM ; 320 acres about milt's of Salem , upland. All fenced , new house rooine ,
well and \vnnlinill , 160 acres cultivated , 20 acred meadow. 8 ncres timber , b'llnuci ' * pasture
Henry C. Smith $10 per acre. .Small payment down balance 10 years tiu.i5 per cent. A bargain.
110 In 120 acres nr-ar Salem , bottom land. Good terms. Alight rent for 1907. Huntly
torlc pot and town.
H0 ! iii-res 2 miles of Palls City. 1(50 ( acres 2i miles of Stella. 100 acres Nuckollf Co. ,
LANDS & LOANS Neb. About 50 acres winter wheat , $ -10 per acre. SO acres Brown county , Kns. . 7 miles
southeast of Hiawatha. Will taki- small house in Palls City as part pny. Goocl terms ,
200 acres 15 miles Falls City , fair hon . 100
, good e. acres -In inson county , oed terms.
IIUMBOLDT.
Dr. Arthur L. JJrlllhart , who has
boon practicing dentistry In tiU ! city
for tin' past .soar moved his olllce
fixture * to lil- former homo in Tecum
i-ch , whore ho wilt follow his profession
Mrs. Frank Butterllehl and daughter
Ml 8 Lillian , enjoyed u \i It with Mr ? .
E. W. Klwell in Lincoln the last of the
week.
Mr * . M. K. Linn , who has been
' spending the past winter , with a
daughter In California , returned to this
city Friday.
Cards arc out announci.ig the approaching
preaching marriage of Miss .Jennie
Gravattaml Mr. Frank lUst , the event
to take place at the bride's homo Wed
nesday , April 21.
I KUon N'lms visited the last of the
week with his mother , who Is taking
medical treatment in Lincoln , tier
condition wab slightly Improved at
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last reports received .
Mrs. Mace Atwood and llttlo daugh
ter , arrived in the city the lint of the
week for a visit with relatives in this
city. Mrs. Atwood Is now making her
home at Tonganoxlo , ICnnsar.
Frank Uovonny of OmiiL : . returned
Saturday to his homo in Omaha after
a pleasant visit with his sister , Mrs.
Koscoo Anderson.
Ashford Hdlo la a Lincoln visitor this
week.
B. F. Onivalt has commenced thu
erection of his residence on Grand
avenue.
Mrs. Minnie Unkofer , who was taken
to Lincoln last week to receive medical
; treatment in ono of the banltarlumB
la that city Is reported to bo recover
ing.
J The foundation Is being laid for the
s erection of Art Wilson's cottage on
i Nemaha street.
The senior class of the high school
accompanied by Miss Myrtle Stration ,
) visited the Auburn school Tuesday.
* . A miscellaneous shower was given
\ Miss Jennie Gravatt by the Miss Lulu
f lluuimol , Nora Staldor and Mrs. Guy
Hummel at the homo of the former
Friday evening. About twenty young
* ladles enjoyed tlio occasion.
| Fred Blumcr arrived here the pant
| week from Midland , South Dakota ,
where ho has been looking after the
if' interests of his claim for the pant year ,
tits mother , Mrs. Louisa Blumcr and
Bister , Miss Anna , have also returned
f , ' to Humboldt , and will make their homo
hero in the future.
The IlilHCnslow revival meetings
closed the last of the week. About
$210 were raised for ICvangollstlOnslow ,
Mie.Hill receiving a purl of the collec
tions taken each evening.
Mrs Agiic.s Garber ot Mulmska ,
Kansas ; is hero on a visit to her friend ,
Mrs. Will Power , east of town.
The school board meets to-ulght for
the purpose of electing teachers for
the ensuing year.
j MrsK II. Volts after a weeks visit
with friends In this vicinity loft Friday
t for her homo at Grant , this state.
' Mrs. Walter Unbind of Tecumseh is
I . visiting Humboldt friends this week ,
I she expects to leave the last of the
month for Peacock , Canada , where her
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husband is now located.
| Olive Petrashek and Lillian Bennett
came over from Pawnee City Saturday
and spent Sunday with the former's
parents south of town.
Mrs. H. A. Scott returned to her
home in this city Monday , after a
month's visit with her fen , Dr. A. R ,
. . Scott and wife , at Scuttle , Washington ,
i M. 0. Leo Is having a brick walk laid
in front qf thU resdon ! < ; e property on
Nomabti street.
Carl Nfunn and wife , who have been
epending the winter with friends in
this vicinity , left Tuesday for their
. ' claims near Midland , South Dakota ,
where they will remain during the
summer.
W. K. Dungan and wife were over
from Auburn the first of the week iho
guests of F. U. Butterflolci and wlfo.
Mr. Dungau has recently disposed of
the Avenue hotel In Auburn , ol which
ho was proprietor and expects to travel
for an eastern firm
Mrs. Joy Mcltio and baby , after
Spending the past four months with her
mother , Mrs. Murphy in this city , left
Monday for Mexico City , Mexico.where
she will oo joined by her husband ,
who has u position in that olty.
M. D. Cravatu and wife of Alliance ,
this state , were called here the first ol
the week by the serious condition ol
the letter's sister , Mrs. Harold Smith.
Goldu Turner has returned home
from a visit with Dawfon friends.
j I The forty-fifth wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Hardy was cole
bratud at their home northeast of town
Wednesday lust. About ono hundred
gucsti ivuro present , who presented the
host and hostess with a handsome-
| dining room table.
Cliurlt-s Norton after spending a
couple of weeks with Humboldt friends
returned Monday to his home In Lin
coln.
Clydo Lynch Is now landlord at the
Central hotel.
Mrs. Gcorire Scabury wont down to
Falls City Tuesday for u visit with
friends in that city.
SALEM
S. II. Baytio was up from Falls City
Wednesday.
Ray Huston was at the county scat
Monday.
Clydo Riuncl came up from Falls City
Friday ami rulurnei1 Sunday.
Mrs. Joe Wlndlo i on the sick li < U.
Mrs. Gco. Ivimpp of Verdon spent
Wednesday at this place.
Mrs. Amanda Corn anil son , Henry ,
drove over from Vernon Wednesday.
Mrs. Katharine Wylio and VoruLord
drove up from the county seat Wednes
day.
Mrs. D. C. SwUogood visited last
week tit Cass Moore's
Mrs. G. II. Russell loft Tuesday for
an extended vUlt with relatives at
Plattsburg , Mo.
Mrs. Wcstcnburg arrived from Oma
ha last week for a visit at J , K. Tinker's.
Gco. Wlttwdr and Mattlo Staid cr
wore married last Thursday at the
/.ion parsonage by Rev Ruhl.
Mr. and Miv. S P. Gist spent Sunday
iu Falls City.
Dr. and Mrs. Waggoner and llttlo
son spent Sunday in Dawson.
.1. S. lioyd and wlfo cnmo down from
Humboldt .Saturday foe a visit with
relatives here.
Ralph Moore and wife , Mrs. W. W.
Wertv. and Mrs S. E. Smith took din
ner at Roy Duggott's Sunday.
Volta Clause spent Sunday with
Sadyo Jones.
Mrs. W. W. Wort/ . Mrs Balp Moore
and Nollo Stowiirt spent Saturday at
Charlie Stewart's.
Grandma Moore came Monday from
Preston for a visit at Cass Mooro's.
Fran If Rantsmu loft Sunday for Kly
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Nevada to work for'the Consolidated
Copper Company.
Iva Meredith spent Sunday with
Culla Pcvi-on.
Ca&s Monro and Leo Sydncr went to
Chicago Monday evening.
Fred WIttwor wont to St. .Too Mon
day.
James Walhico died at the home of
his daughter , Mra. J.O. Hoi-ton , about
noon Thursday. The deceased was
SO year sold. For the past few years
he has mads his home with Mrs. Flor-
ton who with Mrs. Hamilton and a son
in Iowa are the surviving children.
The funeral was held Friday afternoon
at. 2 o'clock Irom the Ilorton Home.
May , Ola and Ira Crook , Anna Hays , '
Mattlo Staid cr and Mary Freiburg-
house returned to their school duties
tit Peru lust week.
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Thu Salem Social club was pleasant-1
entertained at the country homo of |
Mrs. John Lelhn Wednesday after
noon.
noon.Will
Will ( viM-shaw went to Verdon Mon
day.
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H. Fellder was n guest of II. A. Hurk
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Mr ? . F S. Lichty and daughter , Mil
dred , spent last Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. c'hester stum ] ) .
Mrs. P. E Shatter and daughters
Vcru and Donald , were guests of Mr ? .
Karl ShulTor lust Monday.
Anson Knlsely and wife were guests
of friends near Baradn last Sunday.
Louise Ilurtman who is assisting
Mrs. E. T. Peck with her work was
visiting at her home , Sunday.
Geo. Prieluird and family spent Sun-
in Falls Oily the guests of onus whet-
stlno and wife.
John Jones and wife were guests of
Link Allison and sister , Sunday.
Gus Falskln and wife wore guestof
Milt Strauss and wife Sunday.
E ther ICimmel has the measles.
Noah Peek and wife and two youngest -
est ehildron were guests of wm. Illicit-
tier Sunday.
Kvorott Higginsiind wlfo worogueits
of Frank Houtz and wlfo recently.
Mannie and Nellie Fisher sjient one
day recently with Lydia Doxvty.
Bert Dmlds closed it very successful
term of "t-hool in Dlst. 17 last Friday.
A number of vMtot * were etiti-rtain' d
iij a program given by the scholars.
II. A. Murk and wlfo were sut sts of
A. Medium's Sunday
Tom Junnieon and wife were guests
of Gee Shouse and wife recently.
Gee Johnston and family spent one
day hist week with P. Fisher and family
ily-
Frank L'chty ' and family and Chester
Stump and family were guests of John
Lichty and wife in Falls City Monday.
Katie Welok visited at the home of
Adolph Brackhaliu and wife recently.
Claude Phillippi and wlf j of Strauss-
villo were guests of his parents at
Merrill , Knns- , one day this week.
Win. Bartlctt and wife were guests
of their daughter in Straussvllle last
week.
There was quarterly mcctingat the
Maple Grove church Saturday night. '
Goldie Cook visited with her sister.
Elnin , Sunday.
Lydln and Rebecca Strauss and Vcra
Voder spent Sunday with Loin Sturm's.
Delia Kniscly was a guest of Daisy
Peck recently.
Wm. Hutchison was a guest of Guy
Burk Sunday.
Guy Lichty and wife were guests of
Chtis Stump and wife Sunday.
Frank and Daisy Peek spent Monday
with the Kilter's parents.
Albert and .lennlo Burk visited at A.
McCann's.
Edna shatVer and Kateshouse visited
with Mrs. Chester Stump a part of last
wool.- .
Mrs. Gee Prlchard spent last Thurs-
dan ) Falls City.
Ida Burk hits returned home after a
two weeks visit with relatives at Riilo.
Al Fuller and Henry Horn were over
to Fagro recently.
Mrs N. Pock spent hist Thursday
with Mrs. Gco. Peek.
John wlltse nud family spent Sunday
with Mrs Gee Peck , mother ot Mrs
wiltse.
Lewis McPherson and family spent
Wednesday at Noah Pock's
SHE07
Our superb array of Watches and Jewelry
make * the selection of an article in our- store
an easy matter. We are daily receiving1 nov
elties for the summer season. We carry the
latest styles in Parisian collarettes , La Val-
liere necklaces , neck chainsgold beads , brace
lets , hat pins , § \vastika brooches , fobs ,
etc. Silver hat pins at 25c each. Back
combs , gem set and plain , from $1 up.
Call and see our line of Jewelry which con
tains the best and most
up-to-date goods on
the market.
E. JAQUET
THE OLD JELIABLE
Wm. nuetncr and wife entertained
some of their relatives Sunday socially
and with music by his phonograph he
recently purchased.
Pearl and Marie Fields are on the
sick ll t.
Harvey Peek had n runaway last
Thursday night on his way home Irom
ttie entertainment given ut the Arnold
school by Miss Lively , teai-her His
horse became frichtened and upset the
bugffy , threw him out and bttrail kick
ing and running. No serious damages
only u badly smashed hugcy.
About seventy five invited guests as
sembled ut the no.im of Frank Jireeht
and wife Saturday night , as a birthday
surprise for Mrs. Brecht It was a
complete s urprise but she recovered
herself so as to speak , and entertained
in her charming way. At a late hour
all departed for their homes , declaring
of having a jolly need time.
For Sale.
Some choice Poland China
broad sows , and 25 ton alfalfa
hay all in the barn. Address.
Christ Horn Falls City , Koute 2.
Miss Rebecca Wilson cf-Monmi
Citj * spent Sunday with Falls
Citv friends.
Frank Clark of Verdon spett
Friday and Saturday of the pabj
week in this city.
Mrs. Allie Watson spent Sun
day at Verdon the jjuest of her
sister MrsMerritt Luiu.
Harry Lum was down from
Verdon Friday business interests
being- the incentive for the visit.
The Hit of the Season
SKIRTS TO YOUR MEASURE
Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed /
Monday , April 22nd
FOR ONE DAY !
Come Monday , April 22nd , pick your Goods and have a Man Tailored Skirt made to
your measure , fit guaranteed , from our New Pannama , Veil , Serges , Mohair and Novelty =
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ty Suitings , and at a cost no greater than a ready-made skirt , $5 , $6.50 , $7.50 and $9.00.
THINK of the satisfaction of having a skirt that really fits you. Remember , for One
Day Only , Monday , April 22nd.
nave Just received a case of Nottingham curtains that we i
will have on sale from this day , April 22nd , at less than one-half
their regular price. Do not miss this sale. You will not get these prices again for along
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long while. From 60c up to $4 a pair for this Sale ONLY.
Samuel Wahl
FALLS CJTY , NEBRASKA