The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, February 07, 1908, Image 5

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Eat Sowles' candy.
ow is the time to subscribe.
Nothing ever fails in old Rich
ardson. Not even the ice crop.
Well the ground hog saw his
shadow , now we will await results.
Lincoln Williamson was down
from Humboldt a short time Mon
L. H. Howe was down from
Humboldt Monday on a short
business trip.
Now since we have all the ice
we need we don't care how soon
it warms up.
Ed Dorland was a business
visitor from Humboldt in this
city Monday.
The young folks enjoyed a
pleasant social dance at Wahl's
hall on Friday evening.
Uncle Joe Corneilson of Stella ,
was the guest of Judge Wilhite
the latter part of the week.
S. C. Pomery is very ill at his
home in this city , suffering from
a severe attack of pneumonia.
That came mighty near being
a real old fashioned blizzard the
weather clerk handed us Frida- .
Miss Jennie Fellers of Hum-
boldti spent the week in this city
the guest of Mrs. John Martin.
Dr. M. L. Wilson , Physician
and Surgeon. Office and resi
dence over McMillan's drug store.
Phone 329. 2tf.
Will Tanner and wife left Fri
day for their home in Araphoe ,
after a week's visit with relatives
in this city.
The Falls City Nursery that
has always sold the trees , will
have a fine lot of trees for the
spring trade. Itf.
"Thorns and Orange Blossoms1'
is the next attraction at the Geh-
ling , to appear on Wednesday
eyening February 12th.
Lent begins March 4th this
year and Easter Sunday will come
April 19 , which is nearly three
weeks later than last year.
Mrs. G. B. Elliott has returned
from Oneida , Kan. , where she
was in attendance upon her
mother who has been quite ill.
'John W. Freel and wife return
ed to their home at Soldier , Kas. ,
Monday after spending a week
with the latter's brother John
Mrs. Prof. Mensendorf of
Lincoln , stopped in this city on
her way home from Kansas City ,
and remained the guest of Mrs.
John Gilligau for a few days.
The Tribune last week received [
$200 worth of type. We now
have the best equipped office in
the city , and are better prepared
than ever to do first class job work.
Henry A. Smith of Rule , spent
last week in this city serving as a
juror , before leaving for home
Saturday , he called at this office
and renewed his faith in this
great family paper.
Having sold my farm I will sell 1
nt public sale Feb. 4 , 190S , at the
farm V/t miles northwest of Falls
City all my cattle , horses , hogs ,
grain , hay and farm implements.
09-2t MRS. A. C. KKIM.
James Cornell and family who
went to Wymore some time ago ,
have again returned to this city.
Our people will be glad to know
that Mr. Cornell , who has been
sick for some time , is now much
Wm. Crook and wife went to
Kansas City last week- where the
former has placed himself under
the care of a prominent physician.
Mrs. Crook returned home Sun
day being called here by the
serious illness of her little grand [
Dr. M. L. Wilson has removed
his office and residence upstairs
over McMillan's drug store. The
rooms have been fitted up with
all modern conveniencies and are
thoroughly remodeled throughout
thus giving the doctor one of the
most convenient offices and homes
in the city.
A paper was circulated among
our business men the latter part
of the week , asking aid for the
immediate wants of the family
east of town who are quarantined
with diphtheria. That the ap
peal was liberally responded to
goes without saying , as our people
ple were never known to fail in
this respect. About $112 was
C. L. Marts , wife and son and
Earl Marts , wife and son of Wy
more , and Mrs. S. E. Marts , two
sous and sister. Miss Brooks , of
Goodland ) Kas. , have bcenjspend-
ing the past week in this city
guests at the home of their par
ents , Sam Marts and wife.
Next bunday morning at the
Christian church the morning
subject will be "Christ's fi r s t
sermon. " Evening subject , "Fu
ture recognition or shall we
know our friends in Heaven ? "
You are invited to hear these sub
Remember the Lincoln birth
day celebration at the home of
Major Keeling Wednesday even
ing , February 12. It is in the
hands of the ladies of the Epis
copal church and is sure to be a
Fred Farington and wife left
Tuesday on an extended trip
through Texas. They expect to be
absent a month or more looking
over the land in that locality
with the intention of investing.
The invitations are now issued
for the Elks smoker for the even
ing of the 14th. Judging from
the menu and program the occa
sion will certainly be a "feast of
reason and flow of soul. "
O. R. Wertz returned Friday
from .Wichita , Kan. , where he
has been visiting relatives for
the past three months.
Carl Klumb and wife are the
happy parents of a baby girl ,
which took up its abode in their
home Friday morning.
/Harry Mills of Muncie , Ind. ,
has been spending the past week
in this city the guest of his cousin ,
Willard Scars.
C. L. Johnson of Verdon had 1
on yesterdays Kansas City mar
ket a carload of l,4S4-lb steers of
his own feeding that sold for
Fred Foehlinger has moved to
the countr3r and hereafter will de
vote his time to the work on the
C. II. Strunk of Humboldt had
on yesterdays Kansas City mar
ket 2 carloads of cattle and hogs.
Mrs V. Emmersoii of Dawson -
son , spent Sunday in the city the
guest of Wm. Cade and wife.
V. G. Lyford was looking after
his business interests in Hum
boldt the first of the week.
R. R. Ilorrocks resumed his
work in Cleveland's store on Mon
day , after a week's illness.
Roy Heacock returned the last
of the week from a fe" ' days stay
in Kansas City.
Why should not a Val
entine be more than a
pretty picture ?
We have in our stock
many attractive and
useful little novelties
of Jewelry and Silver
ware , suitable for Val
Below is a list of the
many articles we are
offering1 :
Cuff-Pins. Nail Files. Hat
Pins , Brooches , Etc.
75 °
Collar Pins , Scarf Pins ,
Pocket Files , Beauty Pins.
Cuff Buttons , BroochesSll-
ver Scissors , Spoons , Etc.
"The Old Reliable Jewler"
Scott Saylors was in Verdon
Monday on business.
Mr. Prichard of Pawnee City
was in town Monday on business.
Ruth Heacock left Tuesday to
resume her school duties in Lin
Sallic Schoenheit heard Pader-
wskia in Kansas Ciiy the last of
the week.
George Cleveland was a busi
ness visitor to St. Joe the first of
the week.
It came a little late , but the
coal dealers are haying their in
nings now.
Charley Steigncr , the bakery ,
visited relatives in St. Joe a few
days this week.
J. H. Pccht called Saturday
and added his name to our ever
increasing list.
Was there ever another presi
dents message which caused such
favorable comment ?
F. II. Pccht left Wednesday for
New York City with a car of
poultry for E. E. James.
Alvin Porr and Archie Hum
mel . of Humboldt were in the city
the latter part of the week.
Mrs. D. W. Reid left Saturday
for Maitland , Mo. , to spend a
few days with her husband.
Harry Wallace was down from
Omaha Friday last visiting liis
numerous friends in this city.
Rev. Gallagher of Fairmont
was the guest of W. H. Maddox
and family the latter part of the
Frank Daeschner and wife came
over from Hiawatha Thursday as
guests at the Maddox silver wed
ding anniversary.
Mildred Holland of the state
university spent a few days at
home last week , returning to her
school work Monday.
W. D. Easley was up from
Kansas City the latter part of the
week looking after his business
interests in this vicinity.
Misses Ma } ' and Kate Maddox
came down from the Weslcyan
university to help their parents
celebrate their 25th wedding an-
mvcrsao' .
N. P. Connlcy and wife who
have been visiting with Rev.
Bailey and family for the past
week , returned to their home in
Kansas City Monday ,
J. A. Lippold of Blue Springs ,
Neb. , sends an order for the Tri
bune to be sent to him. "Yock"
says he wants all the news all
the 1 time , and he knows how to
get it.
Since the state railwa } ' com
mission has passed the resolution
declaring it had the power to
compel the building of depots , we
hope the } ' will soon get busy in
this locality.
See the Burligton's exhibit car
of grasses , fruits and vegetables
grown in the North Platte Valley
and the Big Horn Basin. Car
will exhibit in Falls City March
S , 9 , 10 and 11.
Steve Miles and wife left this
week for an extended stay in Los
Angeles. They ordered the Tri
bune sent to them in order to
keep posted on home news and
not get homesick.
A number of our people are
talking of going to Hiawatha to
attend the concert to be
given in the near future by their
First Regiment band under the
supervision of Prof. Harnack.
Mr. Carr of Savannah , Mo. ,
who has been visiting his son
Charles Carr and wife in this city
the past week , returned to his
home Saturday. He was accom
panied by Mrs. Charlie Carr who
will visit in Savannah a short
The many friends in this city
will be glad to know that Miss
Bijou Meiseiiheimer of Hiawatha
who was so seriously injured in a
runaway a couple of weeks
now believed to haye passed the
danger point , and hopes for iea
complete recovery are entertained.
M. J. Bohrer was in the city a
short time the first of the week.
He j , had been to Washington , Ks. ,
figuring ' on some work and stop
ped here cnroutc to Mcrna , Neb. ,
where he and his brother have
been employed for some time
erecting , a school house.
Mrs. N. E. Morgan of Hooper ,
Colo. , who has been visiting her
brother Grant Windle for a short
time , left Friday for a visit with
relatives in Verdon. She is cn
routc from an extended trip thru
Miss Mary Paxton was unable
t o attend t o her duties
in the office of the clerk of the
court a few days this week being
confined to her home with the
Hugh Boyd came down from
Humboldt on a short business
trip Wednesday. He informs us
that he didn't come as a delegate
to the democratic convention.
Miles Macomber and wife arrived -
rived in our city Friday from
Coweta. t Okla. Mr. Macomber
has accepted a place with the
poultryman E. E. James.
Dr. Boose reports the follow
ing births for this week : Etuil
Goctz and wife , a girl ; Frank
Yocsel and wife , a boy ; Walter
Isaacs and wife , a boy.
Commodore O'Grady of Dawson -
son was in the city Wednesday
looking after the interests of
Grant township from a democratic
The house of representatives
on February 3rd- passed the bill
granting $12 monthly to all widows -
ows of honorably discharged
J. B. Davis , Harry McConncll
and Joe Ray were among the
democratic delegates in attend
ance at the convention here Wedt
nescla } ' .
We would like to mention all
our sick this week , but in order
to do so we would be compelled
to issue a supplement so gave it
Miss Minnie Macomber came
in from her school Friday even
ing and stayed over Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Macomber.
The democratic count } ' con
vention in session in this city
Wednesday , accounts for the wind
which prevailed at that time.
Roy Nicholson went to Craig ,
Mo. , Wednesday for a few days
visit with his grand parents , Mr.
and Mrs. G. G. Stuinbo.
Mrs. Rawley and daughter
spent the latter part of the week
in Humboldt guests of A. A.
Tanner and family.
Byron Harrison came up from
Rule Wednesday , and will assist
on the addition being built on
the Heiser building.
Mrs. Ephraim Withee returned
to her home in Stella Saturday
after spending a few days with
her parents. '
Goldie Dunkleberger returned
Friday of last week from a ten
days visit with her uncle in New
Al Spear , the head clerk at
Samuel Wahl's , was numbered
among our sick the first of the
J. K. Leggett of Humboldt was
attending the democratic con
vention in this city Wednesday.
Margaret Ilorrocks was num
bered among the grip victims in
this city the first of the week.
D. W. Reid came home Wcd-
nesdaj' and will spend a short
time in the city.
Harry Wallace of Omaha was
in the cita few days last week
visiting Iriends.
John Ilossack was visiting at
the home of Ephraim Withee in
Stella this week.
Samuel Wahl was tussling with
the grip the first of the week.
Hermes Bros , arc paying 9c for
Hermes Bros , are paying 9c for
Wednesday , Feb. 12
Prices : 75c , 50c , 35c
Rowland ® L Clifford
Comedy-Drama Production
and Orange
And produced with a Scenic Mounting
Picturesque and Elaborate.
Charley Loree and wife are
both quite ill this week.
J. D. Shraugcr of Humboldt
was a business visitor in our city
Wcdnesda } ' .
Will Kanaly and Edna Murphy
were among those from here who
left Tuesday for New Mexico.
The best ever ! What ? Chocolate
late Nut Fudge and Yankee Pea
nut Brittle , only lOc a Ib. Sat. ,
Feb. 8th. at the Candy Kitchen.
Tastes like more.
We mean youl Just step in the
Candy Kitchen Sat. , Feb. 8th.
and get a Ib. of Yankee Peanut
Brittle or Chocolate Nut Fudge.
Melts in your mouth. Try it.
John Yocum our fish vender ,
had a fine lot of fish for sale on
the street this week , among them
being | i a 12-pound bass , the larg
est of the kind ever brought to
this city , It was bought by Win.
The Rowland & Clifford Amuse
ment Co. will present " -Thorns
and Orange Blossoms" at the
Gehling on Wednesday , Fcb-
ruarj' 12 with a strong cast of
players and an exceptional scenic
equipment. The production is
the same as when in Chicago
during its recent run.
Private Aloncy.
Private money to loan on Real
Estate. Mortgages bought and
sold. Call at First National
Bank. 3-tf A. J. WHAVUK
Adams up town express
office has been removed from the
Frank building to L. C. Manger's
grocery store. 3-11.
Box Supper.
The Box Social that was to
have been held at the Falls school
house , District 74 , Januarj' 31 ,
1908 was postponed and will now
be held at that place February
14 , l')08. ) Everyone is cordially
invited to come. Ladies please
bring j boxes ,
ANNA E. HAYHS , Teacher ,
I will pay the following
prices for Poultry deliv
ered at my poultry house
February 7 , 8 , 10 and 11 ,
FriclaySuturday , Monday
and Tuesday :
Hens - - - 9c
Springs 70
Cox - - 3c
Dux - - 6 l-2c
Geese - -5 i-2c
Nave a few hundred Ibs
choice chicken body feath
ers for sale.
One block west of court
house , Falls City , Neb.
Phone 290
Wlfey'a Little Mistake Hi Poker Qnm
Enriched Vlaltor , But Host Said
Nothing , at Least Not
Just Then.
The Jonesce , Mr. nntl Mrs. , wont
OT T to spend the Droning with the
Golttn Uio other erenlng , because people -
plo net Urod of staying at homo all the
Urn * and just listening to each other's
By and by Mr. Qoltt suggested that
th y all drnw up nround Mrs. Goltt's
llttU wwlng tabU and liaro n nlco
frlondly game of poker for on hour
or BO.
Ererybody wanted to show that hoer
or nho waa a sur enough sport , all ,
rlghtskl and then ono always 1ms an
Idea at the beginning of a poker game
Uiat Just as like aa not ho can nmko
the uvunlng profitable aa well as merely -
ly pleasant.
Mrn. Goltt and Mrs. Jones were
about even In their working knowl
edge of the grent national game , and
the men folks therefore backed them
up ] cheerfully , assuming Uiat they
would break about oven.
After a half hour or so of play Uio
visitant took the lead , as the sport
ing editor might say. It was only a
penny l ante , flve-cent limit game , but
then people have been known to clean
up a flrst-rnto little bunch of pin
money in even such a juvenile game
as that , and Jones already had bin
chlpH stacked up into four cute llttlo
cylinders In front of him. Mrs. Jones
would reach over and borrow ton
chips or so now and again , and a
momentary : frown would lilt over her
husband's brow , but ho didn't say any
lly and by Jones took notlco of the
fact Uiat Mrs. Jones was reaching
over Into his sub-treasury vaults and
picking up chips half a stack at a tlmo
and putting thorn into the pot as fast
as she could meet Mr. Goltt's hots and
raise htm back again.
Mr. JonoB looked at her when ho
saw his hoard of chips disappearing , in
a way that Inquired plainly : "Aro you
sure you've got It on him ? "
"Got a straight ! " whispered Mrs.
Jones when she found opportunity to
whisper without being observed , and
Jones gave her a look that said , "Go
aa far aa you Hko , " for straights had
been pretty good that evening , and
Uio pot , after the way It had been
sweetened , looked worth while.
Finally Mr. Goltt called her. "All
I've got Is Uireo Indies , " ho said In a
tone of pollto Inquiry , laying down bis
"Woll , I bnvo a straight , " gurgled
Mrs. Jones. "See < iuecn , king , ace ,
deuce , tray ! "
Mr. Jones gnvo her a look that told
her something was amiss before any
body bad time to say a word.
"Why , the nco comes after the king ,
doesn't It ? " Hho Inquired. "And
doesn't the two-spot como after the
ace , and the throe-spot after the two-
spot ? I'd Just like to know why that
Isn't n straight ! "
Mr. Jones watched Mr. Goltt rake In
the pot and didn't say anything not
Just thoii.
Inexorable Chinese Justice.
Ilsti Hsl-lln , a Chinese school-master ,
munleicd a government ofllclal some
months ago and was beheaded In con
sequence. The Noith China Dally
News prints this Item showing how
ClilnoHO Justice Is still pursuing the
wrongdoer's family : "Tho governor
of Anhul , Feng Hsu , has been trying
to got hold of the wlfo of Hmi Hsl-lln ,
the assassin of the late ICn Mln , who
Is studying In Japan , and 1ms written
to the ChlnoBO minister at Tokyo ask
ing him to extradite her and solid her
back to China. Aa the woman Is
charged with a political offense the
Chinese minister I as replied that ho
cannot do this ay ! proposes that the
I'ckln government approach the Tokyo
government on the subject. "
Edison' * Advice to Boys.
"I should like every boy Interested
In electricity to hoar what Thomas A.
Edison once aald to mo wlien 1 was a
boy working In his laboratories , "
writes Joseph II. Adams In the Intro
duction to his "Harper's Electricity
Hook for Hoys. " "I often recall It
when things do not go Just right at
first. 1 asked the great Inventor ono
day It Invention was not made up
largely of Inspiration. Ho looked at
mo quizzically for n moment , and then
replied : 'My boy , I have llttlo use for
a man who works on inspiration. In-
> cntlon Is two parts Inspiration and
98 per cent , porsplratlon. ' "
Origin of "D'Oyley" Linen.
Tow know the oilgln of the word
d'Oyloy. In the reign of William I. .
Robert d'Oyloy , a Norman knight , was
granted an estate at Hook-Norton ,
which ho hold on the condition that on
every feast of St. Michael ho tendered
to the king a linen tablecloth valued
at three shillings. The ladles of the
d'Oyloy household embroidered these
line cloths , whlcji were exclusively
used at the royal table , and as they
were very beautifully worked on the
finest of linen they were called
"d'Oyley linen , " and so nowadays the
name d'Oyloy Is applied as then for
line linen cloths.
A Legislative Paradox.
"Tho representative part of the
British parliament is a practical para
dox. "
"Why ? "
"Hecnuso it is a house of commons ,
and yet peerless among legislatures. "