The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, March 05, 1909, Image 6

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    The County in General
The “Doings” of our Couutrv Friends
and Neighbors.
,VUI Hinton of Omaha was here last
w ae k.
1, S. Murdock went to Wyitiore
M oaday.
Irvin Mathers of Korteseue was here
tohn Hinton of Kails City was here
rt uently.
lobn Manti of White Cloud was here
last week
George King moved this week to
Forest City.
Mrs, Dave Anderson was on the sick
-t last week.
Tom i’lumhof the county seat visited
: ■ re Monday.
Mrs. Craig of Iowa visited relatives
here last week.
Clarence Mi Wain was county scat
\ sitor recently.
1. A. Coupe of tliu county sent visi
le.! here recently.
John Mooney and wife went to Kan
sas City Tuesday.
G. Oeoiube and wife were St. Joe
\ -itni's Inst week.
A. J. Hal t is visiting ids children in
St. Joe tills week.
Jim Hodges and family arrived from
li d < 'loud last week.
Tony Asbor and wife are the proud
parents of a baby boy .
Mrs. Bouhme returned from a visit
t Atchison Thursday.
'harlle Cuver/agte and wife were
A ago visitors Sunday
Charlie Best and wife were eounty
s ,lt visitors last week.
Wm. Carieo and wife of the county were here Thursday.
a. B. Jurrolt left Friday for Golfs,
Kansas, to visit relatives.
George Hinkle of Forteseue v'«ited
i s brothers here recently.
Mrs. Fee and daughter of Chicago
are visiting relatives here.
\ surprise party was given Monday
n ght in honor of Mrs. Hope •
F. J. Oliver of Falls City preached
i: the M. !•’.. church last Sunday.
Operators Mile* and Murdock spent
l iday with friends at Forteseue.
Mes.lames Morehouse and Unbelts
w re county seat visitors recently.
J. A. Osburn returned from the
w stern part of the state Tuesday.
A hack load of young people attend
i the dance at Fit ston last week.
Jim Ford of I’uwnco is working as
telegraph operator here this week.
Abe Liberty moved to Hr. Kichard
sen’s farm north ol town this week
F.inma Shepherd went to Oklahoma
F iturday to work in a miHinary stole
Henry Smith, Walter Graves and
Aeba Duncan went to Barada Monday.
Squire h’an thill of Fargo moved into!
Mrs. Bowkcrs house south of town this J
Mrs Johnson and two grandchildren
arc visiting her daughter in Humboldt
ti is week.
Mrs. Kdgcrlv who has been visiting
her brother Ueorgc Ward left Monday
lor Oklahoma.
Mr. Klliott moved Monday from Mr-,
Boxvkers place south of town to his
farm in Kansas.
Mrs. Ward returned from Craig last
week where she was called by the
death of a relative.
Will Morehouse has sold his res
tuurant to Mrs Robert ami moved his
family to Missouri Tuesday.
Blaine Anderson ha- bought Georg*
Peabody’s blacksmith shop. His bro
iler Dove will work for him.
Mrs. Kern returned from a visit with
her daughter Mrs t'arieo, who are
moving on a farm near Dillcr.
M Hoaglatidand family of Iowa visited
relatives here last week. Thi \ have
rented a farm in Kansas and will move
from Iowa.
Henry Scott lias moved into his own ^
bouse, Mr. Anderson who occupied it :
is moving iuto one of Mr. Winter
bottom’s houses.
Thursday evening of last week being
the 18th Birthday of Alice and Alta
'Gilbert, they invited the pupils of the
Dlh grade, their elas-, Mr Vogcline,
principal: Miss Kernin, a-s’t. principal;
Kate Young, Alva Clark and Karl
Martin to help them celebrate the
happy evening. The Cme was -pent
in conversation, gurnes and music. At
11 o’clock an elegant lunch was served.
The table was beautifully decorated
with ferns and carnation* The hos
less received many nice tokens of es
teem from their friends. At a late
hour the guests departed for their sev
eral homes, wishing Alice and Alta
many more happy birthdays.
Foley’s Kidnev Remedy will cure
any case of kidney or bladder trouble
that is not beyond the reach of medi
cine. Cures backache and irregulari
ties that if neglected might result in
Bright's disease or diabetes. Kerr's
.1 M Kvntth wash county seat visitor
Sat urday.
John Speece of Ord |» visiting rela
tive* here,
Mrs. Lewi* who ha* been quite ill is
i.'hus. Shook of St. Joe is visiting
relatives here.
Lewi* Sehulenberg of Barada wa~
here Tuesday
Mr. Branin and wife are moving to
Barada this week.
Sherman Coglazter of near Salem
was here Saturday.
Mrs. Steel of Nebraska Citv is here
visiting her parents.
John Imler of Stella spent Sunday
here with home folk-.
Win. Martin and family now occupy
the (iooMiy property,
Mrs. Tom Spence of Fall* Citv Is
here visiting relatlve
John Peterson and w ife are moving
to a farm near Barada.
Orville Jones of Kails City wa* the
guest of friends here Sur day.
J S Hood of Kama* City visited
here last week with relatives.
John Peterson and wife vi#l*ed Sun
day with relatives in Nemaha.
!>r. Randall of Juleiburg. Coi< ..spent
Sunday near here with friend#
lien Neal and wife of Urownvtlie
spent Saturday here with relatives.
John Bourke and wife of Stella were
liie guests of relatives here Sunday.
Ned Crother and wife of Nemaha
were the guests of friends here Sunday.
Hugh McCiary and wife and Mrs.
Frit/, returned to their home in Illinoi
Mrs. Walton returned to her borne
in Falls Pltv Friday after a visit with
relatives here.
M. T, Hill lias purchased the Lord
property on main street and will tak«
possession May 1st.
Mr. Palmer and family moved to
Stella Tuesday and will be missid by
their many friends here.
Walter Weddle and family after sev
eral weeks spent here returned during
the week to their home at Curley.Neb.
Mrs. Ogg and family took possession
of their property during the week
which they purchased oT Lee Bolejack
Tiie M. P. Aid Society expec s to
irmet next Thursday at Mr-. Splckler's
where they will do some quilting for
our town people.
The I), of H, met Wednesday night
adding I new candidate.*. Nice re
freshment* were served and a good
time wa* had by dll.
The heture Saturday night at the
Christ an church delivered by R. li
Wilson of Omaha wa* weli attended
after which they were Invited to Tay
lors hall where supper was provided by
the Odd Fe’lov # and the evening en
joyed by all present.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs
quickly, strengthens the lungs and ex
pels colds. Get the genuine, in a yellow
package. Kerr’s Pharmacy.
T. L, Hull was in Omaha !a-t week.
Mr. Ford was in Kansas City Satur
day .
Mr Baldwin of Stella was hen Wed
Mrs. Moran went to Nebraska City
.1 .1 Schrader war a county vi-l
tor Thursday.
Certrude Lnrri returned from Falls
City Saturday
W. s ByerU and wlf ■ were Nemaha
visit us Tuesday.
Jay Parsons and wife were Omaha
v .-.Hors lart week
Will Arnold of Franklin visited rel i
tives here, recently .
(leorge Fogle made a hu-iue-s trip to
Straussville Friday.
Myrtle Bowers of Fa - City -j r.t
Sunday with friends here.
Mrs. Be Bar and daughter nun to
Beserve, Kan., thi- week
Clarence Clark was up from Kaus: -
City Saturday on business
A number from her e attended lodge
at Falls City Saturday night
Stella Johnson and lithe! Saviors
were Stella visitors Saturday.
Meta Heineman of Tahrage -pent
Sunday here with her .parent-.
<juite a number from here attended
the play at Falls City Thursday night
Walter Veaeh, Jim Ayers and Am
brose Parsons were Omaha visitors
last week.
How can any person risk taking -ome
unknown cough remedy when Foley's
Honey and Tar costs them no more • t
is a safe remedy, contains no harmful
drugs, and cure- the most obstinate
cough* and colds. Why experiment
with your health.- Insist upon having
the genuine Foley s Honey and Tar
Kerr’s Pharmacy.
John Wixon had the grip ia-t week.
Dan Itiley of Dawsoc wa* here Sun
| day.
Ben Do-s of Johnson wa- here last
1 week
M \\ flarditig of Humboldt wa- here
j Tuesday.
J. L. Colerlek of Shubert wa- here
L. M. Weddle of Shubert was here
T uesday.
II D. Weller who ha- been sick, is
Miss French visited relatives in Sa
lem Sunday.
I). A. Wat-on of near Howe was in
town Tuesday.
Adam Folmer of near huleit was
beie recently.
W A. McCoy of Falls City was here
the past week.
J A. Nutter came up from Kansas
City Saturday
Mr-. Andrews of Kansas City wa
here this week.
J M Licbliter of near Auburn was
here Saturday.
(.. W. Heltuirk is going to Texas to
look at the land.
Mrs. Casket and sonwcredown from
Auburn Saturday.
Robert Drake and wife of Humboldt
were here Monday.
Thu-. Janies sale on Friday last
amounted to $2700.
Thos, James left Tuesday for Idaho
where he will locate.
Clare Coleman of Verdon was here
on business Saturday.
J H. John-on of Kan-a- City was
here recently on business.
A K. (‘ambin is having his new
house plastered this week.
Theo Weavar is erecting a large
barn in the east part of town.
John Wood left Sunday for Klgin,
Oregon, where he will reside.
W. H Hogrefe and wife have re
turnrd from a visit to Lincoln.
Cyril- Voiles und M. Meli/iof Ver
don were here on business Friday.
.1. «,». Hopper and farnilv left this
week lor their new home in Kansas.
D. ,1 Pugh is very ill this week. He'
is years old and is getting feeble.
Mrs. Higgins and babies of Klk
Creek visited her parents here recently
H. H. Harnes of east of Humboldt
was a business visitor here last week.
K. L Ciillilaud and J. H. Snyder left
Friday for their new home at Kearney.
Klraer King of Shubert made u flying
trip to this place Tuesday in hi- auto.
Cbas. Paradiee and wife of Summer
field. Kan . were visiting relatives here
Kd O'Brien left this week for Mon
tana where hi- father and brother are
located on a claim.
S. L Davies of Fall- City took the
contract to build the new residence for
.! It. Cain, jr,. and the work will be
gin soon.
< i. <>. Jenkins and frien 1 I ra Cartnev
of Peru spent Sunday with the former'
parents tn st of town. Both young men
arc seniors in the normal this year,
Leslie Davison is going in the west
ern part of the state to follow up bi
auctioneering. We are glad to see the
young man go west to look in a bright
er future. •
L Crofford left Tuesday for Tripp
county. So. Dak. where he will farm.
Lewi- (‘lobes will take charge of the
farm just vacated, having purchased it
about a year ago.
Charle- Santo whs h county -cat vi
tor Ftiday.
Mr. Stotts of Missouri i> visiting
friends here.
Bill Hun/.eker was a pleasant caller
here Saturday.
John Speers moved recently on the
Frederick farm
Luther Miller of Rttlo s|1ent Sunday
with friends here.
F.mmett (Henson moved last week in
the Herbster farm.
John Payne was looking after busi
ness affairs here Saturday.
R- D. Wagoner shipped a ear load of
cattle to St. Joe last week.
Sofa Sauto of Falls City spent Sun
day with her parents here.
Carrie Buckminster is visiting rela
! tives in Falls City this week.
Char Santo and K D, Wagoner were
county scat visitors last week.
Frank Dock horn and Dan Wagoner
j were Preston visitors Wednesday.
Cass Jones and wife returned from
their visit in Oklahoma la-t week.
Ruby Wagoner returned front a
visit with friends in Falls City .asr
We arc glad to learn that Mike Snakt
is much better and there is hope for
his recovery.
Dan Wagoner and Morris Mandeville
I attended the box suppor at Sunny Yal
I ley Wednesday.
F.d Durfee and wife and Pearl Wag
oner attended the box supper at Sunny
1 Valley Wednesday evening.
\V F. Butler was a Falls City visitor
i Mrs. Morebcad is visiting relatives
in Kansas City
I Mrs. Jacob peters visited relatives
in ■steiljf Sunday.
NimCalo is boring a well for Matt
Si hulenberg this week.
| Mi-s Hattie Lilly spent Sunday with
home folks near Shubert.
| James Graham of the county seat
iva- a visitor here Monday. #
Dr. Van < >sdel and Mr. McCoy were
I county seat visitors Monuay
Leon Vassar has moved onto the
Butler farm one mile east of town.
Morgan Severns moved from the
-tpiekler farm onto alarm near Shu
Dr. Van Osdel reoorts a brifl at the
home of Henry Kuhlman and wife born
Feb. 20.
Archie McCoy of Falls City was here
the pa?t week organizing a Koval
Highlander lodge.
Jesse Cox taught school on Saturday
last. Misses White and Hoos visited
the school at that time.
K J. Dunn and wife are in Omaha
for the purpose of purchasing their
summer stock of goods.
Fred Marmet moved Monday onto
the O'Mara place south of town which
he purchased last spring.
Mis* Lela Butler returned to Falls
City on Saturday to continue her ap
prentice ship with Patzman sisters.
Priscilla Woodring is staying with
Jacob Peters since her parents moved
to the farm in order to complete her
school work for the year.
Gust .Torn and Wilson Lowe held a
?ale on Monday to dispose of their
property here and on Wednesday left
for Fairmont where they will make
their future home
Richard Slagle closed a very success
ful term of school in distiict No. 1 on
Friday last. The patrons of the school
are unanimous in expressing satisfac
tion with the year's work.
On Monday J. B. Grant moved onto
the place where Westley Bowers has
been for several seasons. Westley
Bowers moved onto Levi Frederick's
place and Mr. Frederick's moved to
Falls City where he will make his horre.
The pupils of the grammer and high
school haying a month’s clear record
for punctuality to their credit, were
entertained at the home of .1. A. Martin
and wife as a reward therefor. The
members of the Barada Reading Circle
were also invited guests. A merry
evening was passed in playing games
prepared bv the hostess.
“My three year old boy was badly
constipated, had a high fevsr and was
in an awful condition. 1 gave him two
dose? of Foley’s Orino Laxative and
the next morning the fever was gone
and he was entirely well. Kolej’s
Orino Laxative saved his life.’’ A.
Wolkush. Casimer, Wis. Keri’s
Guy Prine was in this vicinity Sun
The little son of Mrs Horstman is
August Schuler was down from Hum
boldt last week.
Grace McManus spent Saturday in
Peru with an aunt.
Muble and Daisy Peek were county
seat visitors Sunday.
F. S. Liehty ane family were county
seat vi.-itors Sunday.
Win. Peek of Lincoln -pent Sunday
witli hi- parents here.
W. J. Prichard and wife entertained
friends at dinner Sunday.
Mrs <>maia and family moved to a
farm near Salem Monday.
Lena Bloom returned to her home at
Manley after it weeks visit here.
Mrs Keekler came down from Man
ley Friday to visit her daughter.
F. M. Shaffer and family were guests
of relatives ir. Falls City Sunday.
Edna Shaffer spent Friday night
with relatives in the county seat.
Sadie Peck went to Morrill, Ks., one
day last week to spend the summer.
The literary at the Center school
house closed for the season Thursday
O. A. Burk and .-on Herbert attended
the sule of Mr. Hoseiton *sit Preston on
Frank Sehulenberg and wife went to
St. Joe lust week where Mr-, s. was
operated on.
Mr-. Peck and daughter Edith re
turned Saturday from a visit with rela
tives in Oklahoma.
Julis Bahr and wife of Fairbury at
tended the i'pneral of their daughter
j Mrs. Krause last Friday.
Spring Blacksmitliing
The season is fast approaching when
those old farming implements will
need repairing, or perhaps the team
will need new shoes %or the old ones
I have recentlv installed an engine
and new machinery and am now read;,
to do plow work, disc sharpening, re
pairing of gasoline engines and auto
mobiles, brazing, etc.
Special attention given to horse
shoeing; also general blacksmitliing
and wood work.
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Seattle Exposition—Summer of 1909, only $5n round trip. $15
more through California.
Summer Tourist v cry cheap excursion rates commencing
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Mountains, Black Hills of South Dakota, Yeilvwst<«ne Park.
Homeseekers Only $27.50 round tiip to the Big Horn Basin
irrigated lands on the first and third Tuesdays.
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ation .
BERT W INtlLE. D. D. S.. Assistant
Falls City, Nebraska
Simple Remedy for Lagrippe
Lagrippe coughs are dangerous as
they frequently develop into pneu
monia. Foley's Honey and Tar nrt:
only stops the cough but heals and
strengtens the lung- so that no serious
results need be feared. The genuine
Foley’s Honey and Tar contains no
harmful drugs and is in a yellow pack
age. Refuse substitutes. Kerr'-l’har
L). S. flcCarthv
Prompt attention given
to the removal of house
hold goods.
PHONE NO. 21 1
Phones: Nos. 177. 217
Sam’l. Wahl Building
Office over Kerr's Pharmacy
Office Phone 260 Residence Phone 271
John Wiptsel
Practice in Various Courts.
Collections Attended To.
Notary Public. FALLS CITY
Phone 24S Over Richardson County
Passenger Trains
South Bound
Tr. 104—St. Louis Mail and Ex
press .1:23 p. m.
Tr. 106—-Kansas City Exp., 3:41 a. ra.
Tr. 132 x K. C.local leaves. .7:30 a. in.
Tr. 13S x Falls City arrives 0:00 p. ra.
x Daily except Sunday
North Bound
Tr 103 Nebraska Mail and Ex
press.1 ;;>2 p. tc
Tr. 10,'—Omaha Express. . 2:23 a. m
Tr. 137 x Omaha local leaves '>:!•'> a in.
Tr. 131 x—Falls City local ar
rives. . .8:45 p.m.
x Daily exceot Sunday
Local Frt. Trains Carrying Passengers
North Bound
Tr. 192x—To Atchison.11:10 a. m.
South Bound
Tr. l!»lx—To Auburn.1:23 pm
J. B VARNER. Agent
Burlington Route
West Bound
Xo. 13 Denver Exp.1 :o!» a. m.
Xo. lo Denver Exp. i Local). 1:43 p. m.
No- 45-Portland Exp.. .. 11*: 17 p. m.
Xo. 41—Portland Exp.2:2!* p. m
Xo. 121—Lincoln Loc. via Xe
braska City.5:00 a. m.
East Bound
Xo. 14 St. J.. K. C. & St. L. .7:41 a. tn.
Xo. 44—St. J.. K. C’. cv St. L
(Local).11:02 a. tu.
Xo. 16—St. .1., K. C. cv St. L. .4:30 p. m.
Xo. 42 St. J., K. C. St St. L. 7:00 p.m.
Xo 122—From Lincoln, via
Nebraska City. 8:45 p. m
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