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THE LOCAL LORE
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing the
Dr. Tefft. Dentist, Maddox block,
opposite court house.
Prof. Hearst spent Sunday with
his mother at Dunbar.
Dr. Wolf and family drove over
to Sycamore Springs, Sunday.
W. F. Dorste of Kulo, joined
the Tribune family during the
Miss Floyd McMillan spent a
few days the first of the week in
Mrs. Kate Rieger left Sunday
for a week's visit with friends in
Mrs. W. H. Keeling visited re
latives in Hopkins, Mo-, a portion
of the week.
Miss Grace Saylor of Verdon
spent the week in this city with
Mrs. E. E. Scott.
Ray Stull and Ralph Sinclair
of Hiawatha, spent Sunday with
friends in this city.
Miss Francis Ramsey left yes
terday to visit relatives in differ'
ert points in Oklahoma.
Lost—A bracelet with ame
thyst settings. Return to this of
fice and receive reward.
A number of our fans are in
Stella today looking after the in
interests of our ball team
Miss Vera Lord was among the
Falls City people who attended
the Verdon picnic last Friday.
Mrs. John Crook and little
daughter went to Coin, la., Sun
day for a visit with her parents.
J. M. Jellison came in from
Smith Center Sunday evening for
a short visit with his family in
Rev. Neide went to Tecumseh
Sunday where he conducted
service in the Episcopal church
Miss Edna Crook left yesterday
for Sherman, Texas, where she
will attend the Kidd Key young
ladies’ seminary for the coming
Mrs. Wm. Sears returned from
Shenandoah Tuesdav, where she
has been spending a few weeks
with her daughter, Mrs. Elva
Jack Ashenfelder and wife
came down from Nebraska City
the latter part of the week for a
few days visit with Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Scott.
Mrs. C. W. Whitehead, who
has been the guest of Falls City
friends for the past two weeks,
left Saturday for her home in
The ladies of St. Martha’s
guild of the Episcopal church will
conduct a food exchange in the
Maddox building Saturday after
noon, August 29.
Miss Mary Davies and little
niece and nephew, who have been
visiting in this city for the past
two months, leave tomorrow for
New Jersey, where Miss Davies
will again take up her duties as
teacher in the public schools.
Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold.
A. S. Nusbaum, Batesville, Indiana,
writes: ‘’Last year I suffered for three
months with a summer cold so distress
ing that it interfered with my business,
i had many of the symptons of hay
fever, and a doctor’s prescription did
not reach my ease, and I took several
medicines which seemed only to aggra
vate it. Fortunately 1 insisted upon
having Foley’s Honey and Tar. It
quickly cured me. My ivife has since
used Folev’s Honey and Tar with the
same success.” Kerr’s pharmacy.
from imperfect vision uud
are Called dull in studies.
We give careful attention
to the fitting of children’s
George W. Reneker, M. D.
How to Avoid Appendicitis
Most victims of appendicitis are those
who are habitually constipated. Fo
ley’s Orino Laxative cures chronic con
stipation by stimulating the liver and
bowels and restores the natural action
of the bowels. Foley's Orino Laxative
does not nauseate or gripe and is mild
and pleasant to take. Refuse substi
tutes. Kerr's pharmacy.
Prof. Harnack accompanied
our band to Atchison last Thurs
day and assisted them with their
music. The professor was great
ly pleased at the manner in which
his old students are keeping up
with their band work, and was
very complimentary in his re
marks as to the music they furn
The building recently occupied
by the electric theater and dam
aged by fire, is being repaired
and will soon be in readiness for
another moving picture show
which Mr. Bower will start as
soon as possible
Grant Windle has commenced
rebuilding his laundry and the
work is being pusheu as rapidly
as possible. Mr. Windle hopes to
have everything in shape for busi
ness within the next month.
Mrs. S. E. Davies this week
shipped her household goods to
Ames, Iowa, where she has de
cided to locate in order to give
her daughter the advantages of
the splendkl colleges there.
AH Baptists and their friends
are invited to participate in the
Baptist Sunday school picnic, Fri
day, Aug. 28. We start from the
church at 9 o’clock. Bring the
children and your lunches.
Rev. George I. Wright, D- D.,
of Nebraska City, held quarterly
conference at theMethodist church
Monday night. The conference
voted that their pastor should re
main another year.
Several of the band boys were
having such a good time during
their recent visit in Atchison,
that they missed their train and
did not get back until the next
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Faller left
Friday morning for a week’s visit
with their son in Minden, Neb.
On their return they will stop in
Lincoln to attend the state fair.
Rev. Cooper Bailey went to
Palmyra. Neb., Monday, return
ing Tuesday accompanied by his
parents from Broken Bow, who
will visit him for some time.
Mrs. W. S. Korner went to
Pawnee City the latter part of the
week to visit with her sister, Mrs.
Amos Stetler, who has been sick
for some time.
Mrs. George Jennings left the
latter part of the week for Colo
rado, where she was called by the
illness of her sister’s baby.
We have heard many compli
mentary remarks as to the splen
did music furnished by our band
at Atchison, last week.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will hold a food exchange
in Morsman’s drug store Satur
George Wertz spent a few days
during the past week visiting
with his many old time friends in
Miss Ruth Houston very pleas
antly entertained a number of
young people at cards Tuesday
Miss Grace Saylor went to
Kansas City Sunday to visit for
a short time with her brother
A1 Southard and wife leave to
day for Denver, where they will
spend some time with their chil
Dr. J. M. Greene, physician and |
surgeon. Office over Lyfords store.
Telephone office 400, residence
Ed. Poteet is again at his post
of duty in Matthews’ store, after
a short siege of sickness.
Mrs. J. J. Tanner left Friday
for Lincoln to visit for a time
with her son and family.
Morman Mussclman and family
spent the first of the week with
friends in Sabetha.
Dr. W. H- Kerr spent Sunday
with his wife and son in Kansas
John Sellers went to White
Wm. Sears went to Shenan
doah, Iowa, Sunday.
September 15, German Day,
means a big crowd in Falls City.
Heck iK- Harlow want peaches,
apples, grapes, plums and,pears.
Mrs. Dr. Houston left Saturday
foi a visit with relatives in Iowa.
Hiram Jensen of Hiawatha,
spent Friday with friends in this
We are glad to note that Bert
Whitaker is some better at this
Dr. and Mrs. Fast and nephew
were St. Joe visitors the first of
J. C. Martin of Council Bluffs,
spent Sunday with his relatives
in this city.
Claud Phillippi came up from
Horton to spend Sunday with his
Albert Griffith of Stella, made
this office a pleasant call while in
the city Saturday.
W. II. Putnam was on the sick
list a few days the past week but
is now improving.
W. A. Wamsley on Route 1,
renewed his faith in the great
and only this week.
Anderson Miller left Monday
for a few days visit with rela
tives in Hopkins, Mo.
The state fair will be the at
traction next week and many of
our people will attend.
Robert Edie of Humboldt was
in the city Monday. He made
this office a pleasant call.
Rev. G. F. Reichel and wife
left for Humboldt Tuesday to at
tend the Baptist association.
Robt. Paul and wife of Rulo,
were pleasant callers at tins of
fice while in the city Monday.
Ringling’s circus is headed this
way, but up to date we havn’t
seen any bills with Falls City
printed on them.
This is the last week of vaca
tion. The tap of the bell will
call the pupils to their studies
next Monday' morning.
The ball games between Falls
City and Horton will be one of
the features at the Brown county
fair, Sept. 10 and 11.
A. J. Weaver, Joe Miles jr. and
Lawrence Myers left Friday night
for a visit on the Larry Weaver
ranch in North Dakota.
F. W. Samuelson came down
from Lincoln the latter part of
the week and spent a few days
with relatives in this city.
Bert Wright came up from
Kansas City Friday and remained
until Sunday a guest at the home
of Mrs. Mattie Stoughton.
Mr. Redwood and wife, who
have been spending the past few
weeks with relatives in this city,
left yesterday for their home in
Quite a number of our citizens
attended the old settlers’ picnic
at Dawson last week and report
a good attendance and splendid
Mesdames Gregory and Cren
shaw, who have been guests at
the home of their brother, Prof.
Oliver, in this city, left 'Monday
for their home in Charleston, Mo.
The many friends in this citv
of Mrs- Bruce Dixon, now living
in California, will be glad to
know that she is fast recovering
from her recent attack of typhoid
Mrs. Wm. Sell mucker and
Mrs. R. Roberts and children,
who have been visiting their j
many old friends in this city for!
the past two weeks, left Wednes
day for their home in Miami.
The Tribune force is indebted
to F. W. Miller, book-keeper for
Heck & Harlow, for a basket of
tine peaches given them one day
during the week. The only
fault we could find with them was
that they didn t last long enough.
Private money to loan on Real
Estate. Mortgages bought and
sold. Call at First National
Bank. 3-tf A. J. Weaver
A Boon to Elderly People.
Most elderly people have some kidney
or bladder disorder, that is both painful
and dangerous Foley’s Kidney Reme
dy has proven a boon to many elderly
people as it stimulates the urinary or
gans, corrects irrcgulai itios and tones
up the whole system. Commence taking
Foley's Kidney Remedy at once and lie
vigorous. Kerr’s pharmacy.
Mrs Ella Nicholson left Wed
nesday for Cheyene Wells, Col.,
where she will make an extended
.visit with her parents, before go
ing to McPherson, Kan., where
she will probably make her future
home. Mrs. Nicholson has made
many friends during her residence
in this city who will be sorry to
lose her from their circle, but
their best wishes go with her to
her new home.
W. R. Holt and family and
Mrs. Al. Spear arc attending the
Dcs Moines, Iowa, lair this week,
where Will has his herd of fine
hogs on exhibition. From there
they go to Lincoln for a week,
attending the state fair and visit
ing 1 riends.
The topic for discussion at the
First Presbyterian church next
£unday morning is “What is
Man?” In the evening “Remin
iscences.” The pastor will
preach morning and evening.
The public is invited.
Nebraska railroads, with one
exception, have granted a fare of
three cents for the round trip
where the fare exceeds $1, to the
state fair at Lincoln, Aug. '.1st
to Sept 4th.
Mrs. Spence left Monday for
Glenwood Springs, Col., where
she will visit for some time with
a brother whom she has not seen
for thirty-live years.
Miss Margaret Steele and niece
and nephew. Elizabeth and Rob
ert Steele returned yesterday
morning from a two weeks stay
Miss Susie Gehling and little
neice and nephew, who have been
visiting relatives in Vermillion,
Kas., for the past week, returned
Mrs. J- M. Schoenheit and
daughter, Erma returned to their
home in Kansas Ctty the latter
part of the week.
Peter Kaiser spent a few days
of this week in Kansas Citv at
tending to business and seeing
Miss Mona Wilcox resumes her
duties as teachei in a school
north of town Monday.
Margaret Flynn of Omaha is in
the city a guest of her cousin,
Mrs. J. P- Gehling.
Miss Nelle Caine went to Hia
watha Saturday to visit her sister
Mrs. D L- McCoy.
L- R. Chaney of Stella, spent a
couple of weeks in this city the
first of the week.
Call and see the advance fall
styles now on display at the
Mrs. W. H. Putnam returned
Tuesday from a visit with rela
tives in Geneva.
Mrs. Charles Snidow attended
tiie Baptist convention in Hum
boldt this week.
The new fall hats are now on
display at the Patzman Sisters
Dr. Ed Hays, who was quite
sick the first of the week is now
John and Guy Crook made a
business trip to Kansas City dur
ing the week
Earl Carutliers of Tecumseh
visited friends here the first of
Floy Grinstead has returned
from her summers trip through
Miss Xetta Camblin goes to St.
Joe today for a week’s visit with
Heck & Harlow want peaches,
apples, grapes, plums and pears.
Mrs. Ed. Jones and children are
visiting friends in Grand Island.
Terry Kemist of Dawson was
a Sunday visitor in our city.
All roads will lead to Falls
City on German Day.
Mrs. Jas. Hill is reported on
the sick list.
The Hart boys of Reserve saw
Atchison skin Falls City Tuesday.
D. R. Cole of Peru spent Wed
nesday with friends in this city.
Myrtle Bowers returned Tues
day from an extended eastern
Prof. J. Carl Leister went to
Stella yesterday to attend the
Alice Yoder returned Wednes
day from a visit with friends in
Ileck \ Harlow will buy any
thing you have in fruit, produce,
poultry and hay. They pay
Mrs. Mary Aslicom of Wash
ington, 1). C.i is a guest at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Kate
Ethel Shields and Ella Hooley
have returned home from a weeks
visit with relatives and friends at
Myrtle Ilollnell leaves today
for her home in Abilene, Kansas,
after a visit of several weeks in
the city with Uela Powell,
The Friends in Council will
hold their first meeting of the
season on next Friday evening,
September 4 with Miss Giimar..
St. Agnes Guild of the Episco
pal church will begin their food
sale at Morscman’s drug store
Saturday, Sept. 5, and will con
tinue same on each first and tnird
Saturday of the month in the fu
The ladies of the Episcopal
church will serve a fifteen cent
tea at the home of Dr. Morsman
next Wednesday, September 2
from 5 to 8 o’clock. A splendid
menu will be provided and a cor
dial invitation is extended to all.
There were a number of dis
appointed people in this city Wed
nesday whea the rain stopped the
Atchison-Falls City game. They
all had the hunch that it would
be Falls City’s game. At least
there is some comfort in thinking
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Martz spent
a portion of the week in this city
visiting with their parents, Mr
and Mrs. Sam Martz. C. L- and
family have just returned from a
three week’slpleasant trip through
Colorado and Utah and stopped in
this city enroute to their home in
The Gehling family Thursday
morning received the sad news of
the death of their uncle, Bernard
Smith, at his home in Germany,
which occurred the last of July.
Many of our old residents will
remember Mr. Smith, he haying
helped Mr. Gehling build the
brewery in this city.
Martha Stockman, who has
been employed as stenographer
in the office of H. C. Smith for
ilie past three years, has resign
ed her position here and accepted
a like one in Lincoln. Miss
Stockman is a most efficient sten
ographer and as such will never
want for a position.
Silas R. Barton, republican
candidate for auditor ot public
accounts, is grand recorder for the
A. O. U. W.. which position fits
him in every way for the respon
sibilities which fall upon a state
auditor of public accounts. For
the benefit of his friends we will
say that Mr. Barton’s name ap
pears fourth upon the list.
Frank and Otto Kotouc of
Humboldt, were here Tuesday.
Otto is a candidate for the legis
lature on the democratic ticket
and was in the city renewing old
acquaintances and making new
ones. He did not hesitate to visit
his old friends even if some were
found at republican headquarters.
We do not hesitate to say in con
nection with his candidacy that
the democratic party in this coun
ty has no better legislative tim
ber than Otto Kotouc, he is a
model voung man, a late gradu
ate of the state university and in
every way qualified for^this high
position except that he has kissed
the Bryan blarney stone. It has
spoiled his political ideas.
News reached W. II. Putman
and family Wednesday that Jas.
Begley a nephew was '.illed in
the railroad yards at Aurora, 111.,
where he had been ear inspector
for more than twenty years. Sick
ness in the Putman family here
made it impossible for any of
them to go east.
Rev. J. G. Graham, pastor of
the First Presbyterian church of
Grand Island, will preach at the
Hrethern church,on Sunday morn
ing, Aug. 30. Rev. Graham is a
highly educated man and a pol
ished, pleasing speaker. There
will be special music. All will
J. A. McCormick called on this
office yesterday to inform us that
it was his 77th birthday. He is
as spry as most men of 55 and
while here gave us a sample of
his hand writing which is re
markable considering his age and
the fact that he does not wear
The old family horse of John
VV. Powell, died Tuesday night,
from the result of the injuries re
ceived about two weeks ago, an
account of which was giyen in
this paper. The Whetstine horse
which was injured at the same
time, has entirely recovered.
Rev. J. G. Graham who will
preach at the brethren church
next Sunday morning is a college
classmate of Dr- E. R. Mathers
and is being entertained at his
Mrs. M. II. Sipe and little son
of Eanark, 111., and Mrs. H. O.
Bohrer of Ha«elhurst, 111., are in
the city guests at the home of
their mother, Mrs. Jane Bohrer.
Sterling, Virgil and Jimmie
Falloon returned yesterday from
York, where they have been em
ployed during the summer vaca
tion by some book concern.
Mrs. Maynard, who has spent
several weeks in this city with
her brother Chas. Wilson, left the
last of the week for her home in
Alberquerque, N. M.
Heck & Harlow will furnish
you apple barrels,peach crates or
baskets to ship your fruit. Will
sell you a barrel or crate or a car
load, get our prices.
Mr. Falloon arrived in the city
Wednesday from the east and
will visit for a time in this city
at the home of his brother, Ed
Mrs. Wm. Jennings of Surprise,
Nebr.i will be in the city the last
of this week for a visit with her
parents, J. A. McCormick and
Miss Welch arrived the first of
the week from Chicago to begin
her duties in the trimming par
lors of the Patzman Sisters.
Frank Wosika, formerly a tai
lor in this city, but now of Okla
homa City, was calling on his
trade here Wednesday
For particulars pertaining to
the opening of the Ursuline con
vent, and the branches taught,
see ad in this issue.
Mr- and Mrs. Beaver of St.
Joseph are visiting in the city
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Martz,
Judge Raper of Pawnee City
was here this week hearing the
injunction suit against the county
Registration for high school
students today, Friday, and
teachers meeting Saturday at 0
Mrs. Kate Steele leaves today
for a few days visit with rela
tives in Casey, Iowa.
Ralph Clark of Stella was- a
business visitor in this city Tues
Tom Ilallol Verdon was in our
Piles helped at once with Dr. Shoop’s
Magic Ointment. Just to prove it, a
trial box will be mailed on request, by
writing Dr- Shoop, Uaeine, Wis. ltchl
ing, smarting, bleeding piles, interna
or external, get quick and certain help
from Magic Ointment. Large box 50c.
Sold by all dealers.
A stray bog on the Miles ranch
Gl/> miles southwest of Falls
City. For information call Em.
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