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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1909)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
Jim Stout of Auburn was here Tues
Klmer King was a Stt-iia visitor Sat
Clyde Hill of Lincoln is visiting his
: -.rents here.
Supt. Oliver of the county seat was
here this week.
Mrs. Shuhert visited her mother at
Jiowe last week.
Wm. Weiek of the county seat was
■ town Saturday.
J. J. Parsons and wife were St. Joe
■/ sitors last week.
Orlando Veal of Verdon visited
friends here Tuesday.
Walter Shubert of Ottawa, Ks., is
v .siting relatives here.
Dr. Lindy of Ottawa, Ks , is at home
on a few days vacation.
Goldie Arnold spent Sunday with
home folks near Harada.
Miss Veva Bergma of Peru spent
Sunday with relatives here.
Miss Lillian Pierson of Stella is in
the city the guest ol friends.
Mrs. Lord and daughter Gladys
were shopping in Auburn Saturday.
Mrs. John Oswald of the county seat
visited relatives near town la-t week.
Ollie Ankrotn of Barada i- assisting
with house work for Mrs. Hutchings.
(lay Lundy of Ottawa.Kan., is spend
• ig his vacation here with home folks.
Mr. Weiek shelled 1000 bushels of
corn Tuesday and delivered it near
Alex Thompson of Missouri arrived
■re this week and expects to make
his his home.
Our band boys gave a concert at
iiarada Wednesday evening which was
puite a success.
Harvey Hall and wife were called to
i ierlin Wednesday by the serious ill
ness of their daughter-in-law.
Mrs. John Patnoe after visising a few
■lays with friends near town left for
tier new home at St. Joe Tuesday.
John Evans and wife were shopping
• :i the county seat Monday being uc
■ ompanied by Mr. Ahern and daughter.
‘■Mnce the removal of John Stotts and
wife to the farm their daughter Floy
will remain and finish her school work
Wm. Speece and wife will leave soon
lor Idaho where they will make their
* iture home. They have a large circle
of friends here who regret to lose them
bat wish them success in their new
Mr. Edwards of Stella was here re
Joe Graves of Humboldt was here
Lewis /entner Is hauling lumber for
his new house.
Born to Robert Goolsby and wife
’ larch 29, a girl.
Mrs. McCulley visited friends in
Dawson last week.
Abe Steward shipped a car of cattle
i lie First of the week.
Minnie Bloom of the county seat is
visiting friends here.
Mrs. Ed Gebhart returned home
I com Omaha Thursday.
Mr. Cook and family left Tuesday for
heir new home at Lincoln.
Will Otto shipped two cars of hogs
i.o Kansas City Friday night.
Rev. Ratcliffe of Iowa preached at
i he Christian ehnrch Sunday.
Mr. Feaeock of the county seat was
ia town on business last week.
Cleta Moran and Jennie Wear retur
ned home from Peru last week.
Mrs. Dr. Griffith of the county seat
visited relatives here last week.
B. F. Veach & Son shipped two cars
of hogs to Kansas City Saturday-.
Mr. McDermit and family of Salem
vere guests of friends here Sunday.
Amelia Shrader left Friday for
Council Grove, Kans,, to visit her
Miss Hill returned to Stella Sunday
after spending a few days with her
Mr. Jones arrived from Oklahoma to
be at the beaside of bis mother who is
Marion Arnold shipped a car of hogs
ind one of cattle to Kansas City Mon
Quite a number of young folks met at
!ae home of Robert Cook Monday eve
ning for a farwell party. Robert will
?e greatly missed by his many friends.
F. G. Fritts, Oneonta. N. V., write?-:
My little girl wa.- greatly benefitted
by taking Foley’s Orino Laxative, and
1 think it is the best remedy for con
-bipation and liver trouble.’’ Foley's
Orino Laxative is best for women and
aildren, as it is mild, pleasant and
l Teetive.and is a splendid spring medi
cine, as it cleanses the system and
clears the complexion Kerr’s Phar
John Buchner is quite sick.
Chas. Best was a county seat visiti r
Will Davis was a Kansas City visitor
Mrs. Hopkins was shopping in St.
Mrs, Inks of Salem is visiting her
Mrs. Jarrott of St. Joe is visiting
Mrs. Henderson was a comity scat
Charlie Hall and family moved to
Omaha last week.
Nettie O’ Mara of Salem visited her
-ister here last week.
JetT Gilbert and family were county
scat visitors Saturday.
John Hinkle of For test'lie visited
relatives here recently.
Fete Frederic moved his family here
from Preston Tuesday.
Charlie Montgomery returned from
White Cloud this week.
Mrs. Wallace who ha*, been quite
sick is slowly improving.
Misses Hernen and Hallett were
county seat visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Witman and sou returned to
their home in Brock Thursday.
Prof. Vogeline attended the teach
ers association at Beatrice last week.
Mrs. Cuninghum and daughter Lu
file were county seat visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Anderson returned Saturday
from a visit with relatives at Watson,
Harry Marsh came down from Table
Hock Sunday fora visit with home
Will True and children were called
to Union Monday by the death of his
Mrs. Shepherd met with a painful
accident Tuesday by running a nail in
Mrs. Asbury who has been visiting
relatives here returned to her home in
St. Joe this week.
Will Graves returned recently from
White Cloud where he has been work
ing for some time.
Engineer Southard of Wymore has
taken charge of Will True’s englue
during his absence.
Mrs. Vastine went to Omaha Friday
to visit her son. She will also visit her
daughter at Ashland.
Archie Kelly is running the White
Cloud section this week on account of
the regular foreman being seriously ill.
B. W. Hinton and helpers of Wy
more repaired the river pipe which
carries water to the pump, la.-t week
A nice program has been arranged
for Easter which will be given at the
M. E. church in the evening. Every
Mrs.Belpier returned this week from
St. Joe. She ha? decided not to move
there for some time and will move into
R. S. Coup's hou.?e.
Alta Gilbert was taken very sick at
school Tuesday. This was doubly un
fortunate as she had not been absent
nor tardy during the entire term.
WedDe?day evening Bessie Anderson
entertained her class, it being her 18th
birthday. A pleasant time was re
ported. Several presents were given
the hostess and all wish her many hap
At the city election Tuesday the fol
lowing were elected for the ensuing
year: Mayor, H. L. Kloepfel: clerk,
H. D Kirk: treasurer, T. W. Bowker:
councilmen 1st ward, Clem Davis and
li. D. Larabee: 2d ward, H. A. Seott
and John Evans.
You needn’t be afraid.
One day a lady who had been reared
in the careful luxury of the old-fashioned
Virginia home was invited to visit the
kitchen of a great Chicago hotel. She
wanted to go, but was afraid. When
asked why, she replied, “I'm afraid I’ll
see something that will forever destroy
my appetite for hotel food.” She went,
and found everything delightfully clean.
Good housewives consider cleanliness
and purity first of all; that’s why Quaker
Oats is their choice among all oatmeals.
In making Quaker Oats the grain is
sifted and resifted, passing through more
than fifty processes of cleaning before it
is cooked and rolled.
If you took a bandful of oats and
scrubbed and polished and wiped each
separate grain, it wouldn't then be nearly
as clean as Quaker Oats. No human
band ever touches a single grain of
Quaker Oats from the field to your
kitchen. The best advice on foods you
could have is: Eat Quaker Oats every
morning for breakfast.
You’ll find Quaker Oats put up in
two size packages, the regular size and
the large, family size for those who are
not convenient to the store.
but send u?
invitations. VVe have the latest styles, lowest
prices, and do best work. Satuyles at this office.
Clem a Rousek visited Dawson friends
Mr-. Colhapp visited Tecumseh
Fay aaafora visited recently with a
sister at Verdon.
John Cowman of Holbrook is visit
ing relatives here.
Mr? Wilson of Fails City spent last
week with friends here.
Kolia Avery has been very sick at
his home north of town.
Charlton Hall is visiting his daugh
ter in Lincoln this week
Dora Lockard of Wheeler, K?., visit
ed relatives here this week.
Jos. Ray i? lying in a very precarious
condition at his home in the north part
Will Bo?- of FI wood arrived Sunday
to attend the golden wedding anniver
sary of his parents.
Mrs. Mason went to Kansas City
Thursday to consult specialist? in re
gard to her health.
i P. Bowers is the new operator
here and with hi? family will reside in
the Haves property.
Shirley ,v Buer?tetta are moving in
to the Htiizda building formerly oc
cupied by V. G. Lyford
Mr- Viiorc hus received the an
nouncement of the marriage of her
daughter in Lincoln Saturday.
Ray Hail of St. Joe an expert ice
cream manufacturer ha- accepted a
position with Mann A Hummel.
Elmer Smith has returned from an
extended visit in New Mexico.
Mrs Williamson and children of
Omaha are visiting friends here.
Will Reynold- and V. CL Cooper of
Heaver City are visiting relatives here.
I. Shirley and A. J. Muerstetta were
in St. Joe this week purchasing goods.
M. C. ShurtletT has disposed of his
livery husiness to Neal Skiilet and
John Shrauger and family returned
Monday from California where they
spent the winter.
Mr-. Boarders of Marissa, 111 , and
Mrs. Prichard of Pawnee visited this
week with O. T. Little and family.
Mrs. Litchfield returned Saturday
from Ashland where she had been
called by the serious illness of her
John Boss and wife celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary at their
rural home on Monday. 10(1 guests
Fred Marmet and wife hare gone to
Oklahoma where they will visit friends
before going to Seattle, Wash., for the
Fife A Son evangelists have com
menced a series of revival meetings in
the opera house under the auspices of
the Christian church.
Kev. Garries woo for a number of
years has been pastor of the Cottage
church northeast of town, has bet n
transferred to Verdun.
Word from Mrs Fisher at Whiting,
Kan., states that her mother is gradu
ally improving in health but is still in
a precarious condition.
Mesdames Cooper. Unkefer, Davis
and Philpot entertained about 50 of
their friends at a roller skating party
at the Star pavilion on Friday.
H. P. Harper, Hugh Leatlierman.
Ralph Hasness and Arthur Freeman
left Thursday for British Columbia
where they contemplate locating.
George, Lulu and Lois Hummel, /,oe
N'ims, George Petrashek and Herbert
Ford, students in the state university
are home spending their Easter vaca
Albert Sherman of Kansas City was
here the past week and was so impress
ed with the town that he contemplates
embarkicg in the general merchandise
Nina Snow returned Saturday from
Beatrice where she represented Hum
boldt at the southeastern Nebraska
inter-scholastic debating contest. Hum
boldt made a very creditable showing.
A number of neighbors hauled hogs
for Mrs. Larabee Monday.
Mrs. Dora Bacon spent last week at
Table Kock with her daughter.
The dredging boat near the Miles
bridge attracted a great many people
Jim Fairbanks was kicked by a horse
which caused him to go with two canes
for a few days.
Miss Grace Bacon of Dawson closed
a successful term of school in this dis
trict this week.
Robert Etter and wife are the proud
parents of alittle daughter winch came
to their home Thursday.
Mesdames L. E. Bacon and T. F.
Riley with the latter- children were
here from Dawson last week visiting
John Han.-hahn and mother had an
exciting experience Sunday with their
driving team which ran away upset
tingthebuggy which was badly broken.
No one was hnrt.
Torn Roudes who has made his home
with S A. Fairbauks for some time is
sick with ty phoid fever. His mother
came from Leavenworth. Kan., last
Sunday to care for him.
Win. McYValn ami family entertain
ed relatives Sunday.
Edna Shaffer spent last week In the
county -mat with relatives.
Ivan Keliar and wife visited rela ,
i lives in Morrill. Kan.. Sunday.
H .1 I ’richard and wife entertained 1
relatives from Kentucky Sunday.
Jake Gibble and family of near Ver
don visited friends here Sunday.
Sam Kimmel and wife of the county
seat visited friends here Sunday.
Delos Spiekler and wife of Barmin !
were guest* of friends here Wednes
Edna and Vera Shaffer entertained a
number of their friends Sunday at
Grace McManus went to Verdon
Saturday to visit friends returning
Marie Liehty came out Wednesday
from the county -cat and visited her
Myrtle Yoeam of the county seat
spent a few day s with her sister here
Mrs. Ketterer un i children of Whit
irig, Kan . spent last week with rela
I tives here,
Mr*. Wes Met).row entertained sev
eral of In r friends Sunday evening at
Mr Harkendotf and wife of the
county .-eat visited recently with
Annie Shall* r and Myrtle Bowers
of the county -eat visited relatives
Wm. Hutchison returned to Deni
Tuesday after a few days spent at home
Mrs Hunker and children of the
county -cat visited the former’s sister
one day la*t week.
Foley’s Honey anil Tar i- a safeguard
against serious results from spring
colds, which inliatne the lung' and de
velop into pneumonia Avoid counter
feit' by insisting upon having the gen
uine Foley's Honey and Tar,which con
tains no harmful drugs. Kerr’s Phar
Born to H. K. Stokes and wife April
3, a girl.
Fred Stotts and lady of -Shubert were
in town Sunday.
Otis Spiekler spent several days in
Falls City last week,
Henry Wagner is in Nebraska City
looking for a location.
Miss Hattie Lilly spent vacation at
her home near Verdon.
Jesse Cox attended the dance at
Shubert Saturday night.
Lloyd Mitchell of C’ozad is visiting
relatives here this week.
J. K. Shortledge and wife are recov
et iug from a recent iiiness.
Spiekler Bros.sold a auto to Dr.Rene
ker of Falls City last week.
\V. G.Kuker and family visited rtia
tives in Brownville last week.
Mrs, Seimering returned this week
from her trip to the St. Joe hospital.
Editor Dalby of the Shubert Citizen
wa' here Monday in the interest of his
Dan Terrell un i family are expected
back from Montana soon to make their
Mr. Fritz of Maple Grove drove over
Sunday evening with Pastor Sykes and
Mrs.Stong who ha* been visiting her
son here returned Monday to her home
in Kilbourne, Iowa.
The band concert given Wednesay
evening by the Shubert band was good
and worthy a larger audience than
The Evangelical Sunday school will
give a short Easter program at the
church next Sunday morning at 10 a.m.
Easter sermon at 11 a, m.
Mrs. Zellers of Pennsylvania visited
relatives here this week. Her brother
Ed Steins of Salt Lake City was visit
ing here at the same time.
During the spring every one would
be benefitted by taking Foley’s Kidney
Remedy. It furnishes a needed tonic
to the kidneys after the extra strain of
winter, and causing them to eleminate
the impurities from it. Foley’s Kid
ney Remedy imparts new life and
vigor. Pleasant to take. Kerr’s
Easter Oxfords !
We invite you to call
and see them.
THE H M. JENNE SHOE STORE
To the Public!
As the busy Spring season is at hand we are glad
to announce that we are better prepared to serv e the
public than ever before.
To our already well equipped shop we have ar- j
ranged for more labor-saving devices and machinery, j
and can truthfully say that we have the BESI
equipped Shop in southeastern Nebraska.
We have also added more labor to our force, in j
person of Mr. Lewis Ruhlen, of Wetmore, Kansas—a
first class mechanic and machinist. Mr. Ruhlen comes
here with a “gilt-edge" recommendation. Here is
what the cashier of the hirst National Rank ot Wetmore
says about him: “I have known this boy all his life I
and consider him a model man; he is honest, industri
ous and reliable.
Mr. Lee 1\ Huston will be on duty again in a short
time, having recovered from a severe illness during the
Our stock of Wood and Iron Material is lar^e and
complete and of hrst class quality. We Buy No
We hav e added the follow ing specialties to our
line ot work: Automobile Repairing, Gasoline
Engine Repairing, Steam Engine Repairing, I
Boiler Repairing, Brazing Cast iron, Re-rubber
ing Rubber-Tired Wheels. We haw the Rubber
in stock and can do the work on short notice and save
v ou some monev on this class of work. All w ork and
material is absolutely guaranteed.
We have also installed a machine with which we
can sharpen vour I.awn Mower in a scientific manner,
giving the cutting knives the proper clearance, assur
ing easy draft and a better job of cutting.
Bring in your work along the above mentioned
lines; bring it early, before the rush comes.
Don't forget, anything you have to repair or
sharpen. We grind and repair Razors, Scissors,
Knives and all kinds of tools.
Satisfaction or Money Refunded.
We wish to thank the public which has so liberally
patronized us in the past and invite a continuance of
vour valued patronage, knowing that we are better
prepared to serve you in the future than we were in the
past. Very respectfully yours,
PALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
Southeast (or. ( ourt House Square. Phones: Shop, ISiJj Residente, 210
To be Found Here:
Lowe Bros.’ Paint
Pittsburgh Llectrically Welded Fencing
Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods
Alaska and White Frost Refrigerators
Call Our Tinner Before the Spring Rains
J. C. TANNER
Falls City Nebraska
\\ e have this famous brand of Tea in stock, in sun-dried
and basket-fired Japan, Gun-Powder, Ceylon, India and
Oolong, all in one-pound, half-pound and quarter-pound
air-tight packages. We ask you to give this Tea a trial.
Call for a free sample of the India or Oolong—nothing
Remember our Coffees! All in one and two-pound
cartons and cans. None better.
A full stock of Groceries and Dishes, at
Chas. M. Wilson’s
We often wonder how any person can
be persauded into taking anything but
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,colds
and lung trouble. Do not be fooled in
to accepting “own make" or other sub
stitutes. The genuine contains no
harmful drugs and is in a yellow pack
age. Kerr’s Pharmacy.
When You Buy 1
BUY AT HOME
The Home Merchants merit your support,
they are the mainstays of the community.
And when you buy of Home Metchants,
bay of those who advertise.
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