The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, June 26, 1908, Page 5, Image 5

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Hon. C. F. Rcavis was looking' '
after professional business in
Humboldt Saturday.
John Crook and wife and little
daughter left Monday night for a
two week's visit in Denver.
The Lincoln fans are so cruel
as to say that Friday ladies' day
is a hoodo. as the team never
wins on that day.
Mrs , D.L. McCoy of Hiawatha
came over Monda } * and will spend
a week or more in the city at the
home of J. R. Cain.
Mrs. Tom Sare of Mound City ,
Mo. , arrived in the city the first
of the week to accompany her
daughter to Colorado.
Ben Dille } ' of Hiawatha was in
the city Monday * stopping for a
short time on his way home Irom
an extended western trip.
Misses Mary and Jessie Paxton
left the first of the week for Rig-
by , Idaho , where they will spend
the summer with their father.
Mesdames Q. and Walter Sta-
ver came down from "Salem on
Tuesday , leaving here over the
Missouri Pacific for Council BHiffs
Mrs. Wm. Griffin and children
of Hebron came to the city last
Thursday evening for a visit with
her parents , Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Tom Frenchy was hit in the eye
with a ball Sunday , and for a
time it was thought the injury
would prove serious , but he is
getting along nicely.
Judge Reavis left Monday for
Rushville , Neb. , where he goes
to try an important case. He
will also attend supreme court in
Lincoln before his return.
Otho Wachtel returned Satur
day from Peoria , 111. , where he
had been in attendance as a dele
gate to the M. W. A. convention.
He also visited relatives in
Lawark , 111. , while absent.
W. A. Campbell , of Hardy ,
Neb , spent a few days of this
week in the city with many old
friends and relatives. Mr. Camp
bell was a resident of this city
juanv years agOi and is well known
by many of our old timers.
Charlie Gibson of Litchfield ,
Neb. , was in the city a short time
Monday. Mr. Gibson is postmas
ter in his home town , and was en-
route to the convention , stopping
here for a few hours visit with
his old friend , Frank Werner.
This week Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Loree moved back into their
home which has been undergoing
such extensive improvements.
They are now so. coxily situated
that it is hard for Charlie to pull
himself away from home long
enough to attend to office duties.
Tecumseh will pull off a great
race meet July 2 4. The entries
are well filled in all the events
and some fast work may be looked
for. July 4th will be a big day
with our neighbors and if you are
looking for a day's sport with
royal treatment , visit Tecumseh
and make the acquaintance ol
Col. C. W. Pool , the genial secre
tary of the association.
The Auburn papers last week
carried page ads , announcing the
Fourth of July celebration to be
held in that city. You can
always count on something do
ing in Auburn and they are not
stingy with the printers ink when
they want the people to know
it. That accounts for the big
crowds always found in Auburn
at their public gatherings.
Geo. W. Segrist of Humboldt.
was down Tuesday looking after
business. Mr. Segrist is proprie
tor of the dairy at Humboldt , anc
was here for the purpose of plac
ing his butter on the market , ar
ranging with V. G. Lvtord to
handle the same. Mr. Segrist is
endeavoring to establish a milk
depot in this city , and if success
ful , will use the bottle system
- The output of this dairy is the
yery best , being pure Jersey pro
duct , and we sincerely hope Mr
Segrist will be successful in his
How docs Taft and Sherman
sound to you ?
Mrs , John W. Ramcl of Vcrdon
vas in the city Saturday.
P. S. Ileacock and wife return
ed Friday from their Chicago
Jack White of Napier spent a
portion of this week with friends
J. R. Cain , jr. , will deliver the
address at Humboldt on the
The Oklahoma Indians won
out in the ball game at Auburn
ast week
The young folks enjoyed a
pleasant dance at Wahl's hall
Triday night.
The circus bills will soon cover
he bill boards and the small boy
vill be happy.
A. A. Tanner of Humboldt yis-
ted with his mother in this city
Thursday night.
Miss Anna Krats went to Re-
, erve Monday to visit a short
ime with relatives.
Bert Whitaker went to Kansas
3ity Saturday to spend a few days
with his brother , Jim.
Mrs. Martin Kanaly left Sat-
irday for a visit with friends in
( Vtchison and Leavenworth.
Ray Gist , wife and child of
lumboldti spent Sunday with W.
A. Greenwald and wife in this
The Holiness people held ser
vices on the street Saturday and
succeeded in gathering a good
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hargrave
and son , Tom returned Friday
rom a visit with relatives in
Dr. Miner left Monday for Chicago
cage to attend a meeting of the
American Medical Homeopathic
Mr. and Mrs. Al Spear went to
Lincoln Saturday evening for a
visit at the home of John Martin
and wife.
EA. . Maust and wife were
called to Sabetha , Kansas Friday
on account of the illness of the
latter's brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Jule Ruegge are
the proud parents of a baby girl
which arrived at their home Sat
urday morning.
Mrs. Will Lytle of Atchison
pent Friday and Saturday in
this city with her sister , Mrs.
George Albright.
According to the Hiawatha
World , the farmers over there
caught fine fish in their pastures
after the high water.
Oscar Leech was among the
delegates from Humboldt who
attended the Epworth League
convention last week.
Fred Graham returned the lat
ter part of the week from Madi
son , Wis. , where he spent the past
year attending college.
Miss Emma Frank and the
little Tanner children of Hum
boldt are spending the week ir
this city with relatives.
Most oi our farmers will be
more than pleased if the weather
permits them to celebrate the 4th
of July in their corn fiehls.
Mrs. Grant Sperry and son
Charley left the first of the week
for Colorado , where they expec t
to remain during the summer.
E. Dowty of Preston was ar
earl } ' visitor Monday morning
calling for the purpose of renew
ing his faith in the great anc
Rev. Jas.
Davis and wife o
Rocklordi 111. , spent a few day
during the past week in this cit
with their cousin , Mrs. Andrev
Mrs. Grant Windle and daugh
ter , Thelma left Monday for
Hooper , Colorado for an extend
ed visit with Mrs. Windle's par
ents , J. M. Gulp and wife and t
be present at a reunion of th
Gulp family which will take place
ome time during July.
Henry Else of Shubcrt was in
our city Friday and made The
Tribune a very pleasant call. He
was the guest of C. II , Ileineman
while here.
George Cleyelaml returned Friday -
day from Colorado where he has. , '
been for the past two or three
weeks looking after his land
Basil Boyle , now a verv suc
cessful traveling salesman , was
in the city a few days during the
past week visiting his mother ,
Mrs. J. C. Yutzy.
There will be an eclipse of the
sun next Sunday. This will be
no treat as the sun has been ob
scured most of the time during
the past two months.
Ferd Harlow took pity on the
over worked printer Saturday and
showed his neighborly feeling by
cleaning the weeds away from
our front door. Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gist write
that they are enjoying their trip
hugely. Up to date they have
visited Washington , Philadelphia
Atlantic City and New York.
Saturday was a dull day for
our merchants ) there being few
farmers in town. The city has
no charm for the farmer when
the crops need his attention as
they do now.
Despite the weather , the im
provements recently made on the
residence of C. FReavis arc
going on , and when completed
this will be one of the prettiest
homes in the city.
Jimmy Mendenhall , who looks
after the B. & M. in this vicinity
was in town the latter part of the
week trying to find a few demo
crats to go to Denver to attend
the convention.
C. H. Heineman has a collece
tion of pictures which are fine re
productions of the scenes as they
appeared during the high water.
They are interesting and are
forcible reminders of what the
high water has done in this lo-
D. Ray of St. Louis , who is
holding a very lucrative position
as civil engineer and purchasing
agent for the Missouri Pacific ,
returned to his home Mondaj' ,
after several days spent in this
city a guest at the home of Rev.
Al Adams was down from Sa
lem Saturday and made The
Tribune a pleasant call. Mr.
Adams is one of the flood victims
having sustained severe losses ,
but he is not discouraged and will
begin again with renewed faith
in good old Richardson.
The committee has been busy
during the week disposing of the
tickets necessary to make the
chautauqua a success , and we arc
more than pleased to note that
they have been successful , and
the best chautauoua ever given
the people will be on August 7 to
16 in this city.
The Merchants band of Falls
City has been engaged to give
concerts during the chautauqua.
For a time it looked as though ,
there would be no band for the
chautauqua , but the management
soon found the patrons would not
stand for that , so the band ques
tion has been settled.
Street Commissioner Startzel
had a large force of men with
drags at work on our streets
Saturday and did a great deal of
work. It is the first chance he
has had at the streets for some
time , but when he was through
with Stone street all evidence of
the rains had vanished.
W. F. Carver and Jake Sneth-
en were down from Humboldt
last Thursday , scattering adver
tising matter announcing the big
celebration to be held in that city
on the Fourth. They are making
big preparations for a big time
and extend an invitation to every
body to come and help them cele
brate. As there is nothing doing
in Falls City on that day we pre
sume this town will be pretty
well represented.
Good ' )0-day seed corn at Heck's
feed store.
John Cleaver is on the sick list
this | week.
Hello girls wanted at the local
'phone oflice.
Have you reserved your tent
lor the Chautauqua ?
Fuv SAI.K Good work horse.
Inquire at this oflice.
R. E , G mislead was down from
Salem Monday.
FOK SAI.K Good work horse.
Inquire at this office.
Wanted Farm hands at the
Margrave Ranch , Preston , Neb.
Mrs. E. E- Scott returned Tues
day night from a week spent in
FOK SAI.K Good rain or slop
barrels , at ( " > 5c. each , ' at Heck's
feed store.
Dan Blakcney was among the
Dawson visitors in our city Alon *
Binder twine at Werner , Mosi-
man & Co. for 8 and 10 cents per
L. R. Chancy , the big Demo
crat Irom Stella , was in town
Do you want a job ? If you do
5'ou can get one at the local tele
phone oflice.
Constance and Florence Lyford
went to Lincoln Friday to visit
with Rev. Alexander's familv.
Miss Ida Pribbcno resumed her
duties Monday at Lyford's store ,
after a two week's vacation spent
in the western part of the state.
J. L. Dalbey , editor of the Shu-
bert Citizen , accompanied by his
little grandson , were in the city
Monday. The Tribune acknowl
edges a pleasant visit.
August 19 and 20 are the dates
set for the annual Old Settlers'
picnic at Dawson. Big prepara
tions are being made for a good
time and the usual large crowd
is expected.
Samuel Wahl is celebrating his
25th anniversary as a Falls City
business man , by giving our people
ple some of the best bargains ever
heard ' of. He tells you all about
it in a page ad in this issue.
John Hutchingb and wife , who
made this city their home for
many years , but now residents of
Council Bluffs , came down Friday
to attend the Nedrow funeral.
They remained a week visiting
with their many old friends here.
Word was received in this city
the latter part of the week of the
death of the five-month's old
baby of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hed
ges , at their home in Kansas City.
Mr. Hedges has many friends in
this city who sympathize with
them in their sorrow.
Let the Eagle
Scream !
Fourth of July comes
but once a year cele
brate it right. Come to
our store for fireworks of
all kinds , firecrackers of
every sixe , sky rockets ,
roman candles , torpedos ,
cap pistols and canes.
Also flags a ml other
Better come in and get
a few for the children.
Falls City , - : : - Nebraska
Wedding Silver
WILL not a wedding soon
take placu in your immediate
family circle or among your
friends ? If so , let us show
you what we can do for you
in the way of presents. We
feel confident we can please
regarding quality , style and price
We carry ( he best brands
of both Sterling Silver
and Plated Goods.
Every piece is finished in the
most artistic manner and is of
the highest quality , making
ideal wedding gifts.
Call and look over Our Slock
The Old Reliable Jeweler
Cbautauqua Attractions.
U. S. Sen
ator Del 1 i-
ver has been
seen red as
one of the
for the Falls
City Chau
tauqua. He
is known to
all ol us by
eputation , and we feel sure all
vill avail themselves of the op-
ortunity to hear Iowa's great
tatesman and orator. Wherever
e appears in his Chautauqua en
gagements he has drawn the lar
gest crowds of the sessions. He
, vill appear here Friday , August
th , the first day of the Ohautau-
HI a.
Good 90-day seed corn at Heck's
'eed store.
Herms Bros , arc paying 20c. for
butter fat.
Hello girls wanted at the local
: entral oflice.
Wanted Farm hands at the
Margrave Ranch , Preston , Neb.
Mrs. Wm. Cade is visiting rcla-
ives at Osborn , Kans , , this week.
Notice card of J , A. Schroer &
? o. , St. Joseph , Mo. , in this issue.
23 t2
Dr. Geo. W. Rencker. Gradu
ate Optician. Eyes tested , frames
ittccl. tf
Go to the Candy Kitchen for a
'Happy Thought. " They're
Don't fail to see the white duck
lats on display at the Patxman
FOK SAUS Good rain or slop
barrels , at 65c. each , at Heck's
feed store.
Your choice of untrimmed
merry widows at 58 cent at Patz-
man Sisters.
Try an Egg Chocolate or Malt
ed Milk ice cream soda , at the
Candy Kitchen.
H , Schrieber out on Route 3 ,
came in Tuesday and renewed
faith in the Tribune.
The Candy Kitchen's latest
the "Merry Widow" . They're
as good as they look.
Art Smith and wife of Jlum-
boldt visited with Milo Shields
and wife the first of the week.
Mrs. George Beavers ot Colorado
rado Springs is a quest at ic
home of Geo. Shock in this y .
Depositions were taken Wed
nesday in the Heinernan-Gossett
case involving their wheelbarrow '
patent rights.
Remember the preaching nexl
Sunday June 28th at the Chris
tian church at 11 a. m. and S isp
in. You and your friends are in
vited to atnend.
Rey. R. R. Teeter's subject foi
his Sunday nights sermon at the
Brethren church will be "A Citj
Saved by a poor Man. This is
an interesting subject be sure to
hear it.
Owing to the rapid increase of
subscribers on our Falls City ex
change , wcnvill be compelled to
ask our subscribers to kindly call
by number instead of name as was
formerly done. Owing to this
increase we have been compelled
to employ a number of new oper
ators. These new operators , not
being familiar with the names
and numbers of the subscribers
will delay your service if you call
by name. The old operators arc
taxed very heavily by this custom.
Our new directories , which have
just been issued are correct to
date. Any information not ap
pearing in these books will be
checrlully furnished by the chief
Good Opening.
One of the finest openings in
the State for a general or de
partment store at Bertrand , Neb.
Bertrand , Neb.
There will be Children's day
services at the Evangelical church
next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
A very pleasing program is being
Card of Thanks.
We desire to tender sincere
thanks to neighbors and friends ,
who so kindly assisted during the
last illness of our husband and
father. Their kind assistance by
day and night and their cheering
words at all times will long be re
Baptist Cburcb.
The services for Sunday wil
be held as usual. Sunday school
at 9:45 : a. m. followed by the
preaching service at 11 o'clock.
The evening1 service begins at 8
o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednes
day at 8 p. m. We had a blessed
day tiunday. The interest is in
creasing and one member was
added to our number. Remember
we give you a hearty invitation
to come and worship with us.
July 12-18
"The Hiawatha Chautauqua
July 12-18 , 1908 , in a tent
opposite Public Square.
Tent comfortably seats
2,000 people and comfort-
ble seats have been provided
Ounsaulis , Waters , Carleton Lee ,
COM. Johnson , all the Big Politicians
Wm. Allen White , Victor Murdock ,
Senator Long , J. L. BristoW. Cyrus
Leland , W. R. Stubbs , W. A. Harris ,
and many others. 'The Chicago
Players and Signers Club , Vandas
Enos and her girls , Pamhaskla and
his pets , and many other entertain
ers. Swimming Pool , and Moving
Pictures. "
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