The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, April 26, 1907, Page 5, Image 5

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Rat Sowles' candy.
C. W. Ilarbaugh came down
from Dawson Friday last.
O. P. Heck and wife wdnt to
Verdon Sunday afternoon.
John Hall was here from Ver
dun Saturday of last week.
lr. M. L. Wilson ottlcc over State
W. Weddle was here from Shu-
bcrt in a business way Monday
D. Kelly of Shubert was a
business visitor at this place
George Jennings and wife
spent Sunday the guest of friends
at Salem.
Mrs. Ilattie Eranam came Fri
day for a visit with her parents
in this city.
A. K. Senders one of Auburn's
principal business men spent
Monday here.
Josh Lord and George Morris
went to Vcrdon Sunday to attend
the Otto funeral.
Verda Timerman of Stella
spent Sunday the guest of K. F.
Vincent and wife.
Mrs. tt. A. Tucker of Cali
fornia is the guesf of Falls City
friends this week.
James Branam of Modena , Mo ,
is visiting with his brother , J. S.
Branam of this city. '
A. Brown came over from
Hamlin and spent Sunday the
guest of Falls City people.
Uert Simanton and wife were
the guests of Allan D. May and
wife at Salem last Sunday.
Mr. Seeley , miller for Cooper
& Linn at Ilumboldt. spent Sun-
dnv with friends in this city.
Mrs. C. B. Elliott returned
Saturday from Kansas where
bhe had been in her profession as
Harry Crooks who is traveling
for the Leo Cider & Vinegar Co. ,
* spent Tuesday with his wife in
this city.
Will Putnam who has been
visiting with relatives here for
several days left Monday for a
brief stay with friends at Kan
sas City.
Uncle John Scott of Table
Rock was a Tuesday visitor at
the county seat looking after his
tax interests in Richardson
county. While in town he was a
pleasant caller nt these quarters.
N Will Ilossack who has been
spending the past few months
1 with his parents in this city left
Monday afternoon for Omaha
and from there he will go to
Canton , South Dakota , where he
has a position as foreman of the
Western Bridge and Construction
The Leo Cider & Vinegar Co.
\vish to contract with a number
of farmers for 100 acres of sorg
hum for vinegar purposes. Will
pay $3.00 per ton for stripped
cane you keep the seed. Gover
nment reports show yield per acre
from 15 to 22 tons. If interest
ed call at the factory at once.
Rue Gates returned Saturday
afternoon from St. Joseph where
she recently underwent a surgi
cal operation. Hejvmany friends
here will be glad to learn that
she will completely recover from
the same. Miss Gates had been
at Greenfield , ' Mo. for three
weeks prior to the operation
where she had a sixteen weeks
position as trimmer in a large
millinery establishment.
F. C. Cleveland and wife , F.
W.Cleveland , and wife and Miss
Ntittie Cleveland of Nebraska
City were the guests of Geo.
Cleveland and wife the past Sun
day , They have purchased an
tlegaut new automobile and the
trip was made via the auto route.
Fred Cleveland , Sr. , returned
Monday morning on the M. P ,
and Monday afternoon the others
jf the party returned , George
y. t Cleveland of this city occupying
the remaining seat in the autc
on the return trip.
.Lucile' sick
. Leydn was quite
the first of the week.
Fleming Robb of Verdon spent
Sunday in Falls City.
Mrs. Rosa Godfernon wnsquite
511 this week with malaria.
John Crook went to Beatrice
Sunday returning Wednesday.
J. F. Martin of Lincoln was
in town Monday the guest of M.
Blanche and Alice McCray of
Stella were shopping in our city
Mrs. Tom Sarc of Mound City
is visiting her daughter , Mrs.
Grant Sperry.
George Wahl and wife arc now
house keeping in the Burchard
cottage on Chase Street.
Sam Miles came down from
Lincoln Monday. Mrs- Miles
accompanied for the week.
Mrs. P. II. Jussen and daugh
ter , Minnie arc visiting friends
in Kansas City this week.
W. S. Lcyda and wife returned
Saturday from a short visit in
Lincoln and Weeping Water.
Mrs. Krnst Bode returned Fri
day from Sterling where she vis
ited Mr. Bode for a few days.
Miss Schoenheit and her friend
Miss Wadhams of Lincoln were
in Auburn b6twcen trains Sun
Mrs. George Seabui'3' of Chicago
cage went to Ilumboldt Sunday
after a weeks visit with friends
in this citj * .
Mrs. LA. . Poynter and babies
of Barnard , Mo. , arc visiting at
the home of her sister , Mrs.
Grant Sperry.
Mrs. Rosa Godfernon and her
daughter Mrs. Will Keim moved
into their old home on Third St.
the latter part of last week.
Miss Margaret Steele went to
Lincoln Sunday to attend the
State Federation being a dele
gate from the Womans Club.
Jennie Prater has been promoted
meted to the position of book
keeper at Wahl's to success Miss
Gray , who resigned last week.
Mr. Joe Forney , wife and
daughter , Miss Nettie will leave
Monday ior a months visit with
relatives at Broken Bow , Nebr.
Mrs. Harriett Beachel returned
Saturday morning from a trip of
several months. While absent
she visited her son , Emerson , at
Norcatur , Kas. , and also visited
in California and Colorado.
Mrs. F. C. Wiser and daughter
Nellie returned to Vcrdon Wed
nesday after a weeks visit with
Mrs. S. B. Miles. They will
leave in a few days for their
home in Silverton , Colorado.
J. E. Ford of St. Joseph Mo.
visited Rev. Neide over Sunday.
About twenty five years ago Mr.
Ford was editor of the Journal.
This is his first visit to the town
since he left many years ago.
Mrs. Ray DePutran left lor
Lincoln Thursday , Her husband
has accepted a position in the
wholesale house there for which
he has been traveling and they
will now make Lincoln their
Mrs. T. C. Hirnmelreich went
to Lincoln Saturday for a few
days visit with Mr. II. ; she also
represented Sorosis at the meet
ing of the State Federation of
Woman's club held in Lincoln
Grace Gray has resigned her
position as book-keeper at Sam1 ]
WaIll's and has gone to Indianap
olis , Ind. , to join her mother ,
who moved there several tnonthi
ago. Miss Gray will accept a
position as book-keeper in India
napolis. /
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Falloor
have issued invitations for r
large company Friday April 2 ( tli
in honor of the class of 1907 ol
which their son Sterling is a
member. The guests will in
elude the members of the schoo
board and their wives , the
teachers of the public * schools
aul the class of 1'JO'J.
Tic best Ice-Cream jj
: Ice-Cream Soda , Fruit
and Nut Sundae.
The best is none tool
l\ \ good for my customers
ifH Try them. |
George Hansell was down from
Salem Monday.
Henry Apel on route three was
i pleasant caller Monday.
Ed Metx.gar one of the mail
carriers is enjoying a two weeks
sirs. August Mitchell of Wy-
nore is visiting her parents , Peter
\o\\r \ \ and wife. ,
Chas. Smith of Sabctha , Kan
sas remembered our subscription
lepartmcnt in a financial manner
Hope Ward and Alta Gilbert
of Rule visited in Falls City
Thursday the guest of Gladys
? ntckin.
Miss McCartney of Kansas City
vas the guest of Sallie Schoen-
icit Saturday , on her way to
Ben Miller and wife of Tccum-
ch were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. IIarr3' Custcr between trains
James McDowell and wife
verc called to Lincoln Monday
on account of the serious illness
of a near relative.
Mike Lichty and wife , and
Mrs. Wilson went to San Frati-
isco Thursday afternoon via the
Turlington route.
Charlie Baldwin and wife who
lave been visiting at the home
of Win. Palmer and wife left
Monday for Kansas.
Sam Stewart and wife came up
rom Reserve , Kansas last Satur-
lay remaining over Sunday with
icr parents , James DeWald and
S. B. Clark formerly of Nims
2ity has moved to Smnmerfield ,
vansas and writes for The
Tribune to be sent him as he
ikes to keep posted on the events
transpiring at the home place.
Oliver Hall , editor and pro
prietor of the Ilumboldt Stand
ard was among the pleasant cal-
ers at these quarters Wednesday.
[ ie came down to1 attend the
neeting of the K. of P. lodge
lere that evening.
Joseph Frederick on route
three was in town on business
Monday afternoon and while
here called on The Tribune force.
We stated recently that it was
Jake Frederick who had pur-
chagcd the -Beaulieu property
in this city. In this we were
mistaken as it was Joseph Frede
rick. He will probably however
remain on his farm for a year
TO'GUARD "SHIPS against the unseen dangers at CC9 ,
tfielUnited States Government maintains lighthouses.
> 1 .N : A:0 To guard.your home against the un
1 seen * dangers of food products , the Govern
ment has enacted a pure food lav/ . The
law compels the manufacturers of baking
powder to print the ingredients on the
label of each can.
The Government has made the label your protection
so that you can avoid alum read it carefully , if It docs no :
say pure cream of tartar hand it back and
ROYAL'is"a pure , cream of tartar baking powder a pnrc
product of grapes aid3 the digestion addo to tnc healthfulness -
fulness of food.
School will soon be closed for
the summer vacation.
Ikelleaston is somewhat better
today although his condition is
considered serious.
With the issue of April 18th
the Youths Companion completed
eight } ' years of continuous publi
Miss Wherry Lowe was the
guest of Stella friends the past
Saturday and Sunday returning
home Sunday night.
Miss Catherine Melissa who is
attending high school at this
place was visiting at her home in
Verdon the past Sunday.
Frank Schiable and wife re
turned from Kansas City Tues
day. They saw " 'The Music
Master" while in the city.
Mr. George Blodget of this
city has secured a position at
Bailey ville , Kansas and will re
main there through the summer.
The school board met Monday
night for a short session. Three
teachers were elected.
Miss Mary Davies , History $70.
Miss Fracier , Knglish S ( > 0
Miss Una Snidow , F o u r t h
grade Central school , S-IO. The
board adjourned to meet Monday
April 2'Jth.iyp7.
Paul Weaver began spraying
his orchards Monday. He has
purchased a fine new gasoline
engine which makes the spraying
much easier than the method
previously employed. Mr.
Weaver is still hopeful of a fruit
crop though he does not expect
the abundance of the last few
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1 Articles for the Toilet ! I
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We haye a complete line of Face Powder , ! j !
Talcum Powder , Cold Cream and everything
required for the toilet. A complete line of' %
tooth brushes and preparation for cleaning < ] > '
and preserving the teeth , in powder , paste or ' 'i
liquid x
i * ' In Combs and Hair Brushes , we can. show . ' {
you anything from a 250 comb to a genuine 1 %
ebony. When you need anything in toilet ; !
1 ? articles remember the X
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I DR. HcMILLAN , Prop. \
Falls City , = Nebraska |
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Reliable Jeweler
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 chains , gold beads , brace
lets , hat pins , Swastika 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 j oods on
the market.
tarn atimr
Good No. 1 farm 2 i 2 miles from Falls City , good
improvements a bargain good terms. See us at
once about this. CLEAVER & SEBOLD
* The Duchess , The Roslyn , The
4 Denvent , The Frankfort = Four
$ patterns in English Dinnerware 4
* Sold by the set or single piece. * |
$ < *
1CA. . Hrakhahn of Hamlin ,
Kansas was a business visitor in
this city Saturday last and while
here was a pleasant caller at
these quarters.
St. Thomas Episcopal Church.
Services :
Holy Kueharest , 7:30 : a in ,
Morning prayer and sermon ,
10:45 : a in.
Kvenintf service and sermon ,
7:45 : p m.
Sunday school , 9:45 : a m.
Kvensoiig , Fridays , 7:45 : p m.
Choir rehearsal every Friday
night after the service.
Sand ! Sand !
I have opened up the old reli
able sand bank and can supply
all kinds of building , moulding
and play sand at Pleasant Hill
farm , half mile west of Chris
tian church , Falls City.
II. L.
Poultry Wanted
I will pay the highest market
price lor produce at all times.
Saturday , April 27th will pay
the price * as below stated tor
the following produce :
Butter fat . W
Phone No. 200.