The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, May 14, 1909, Image 5

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What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing the
Past Week.
— Eat Sowles Candy
Dr. Wilson, Wahl’s building.
Dr. W. E. Lyons, Osteopath,
office Wahl building, ’phone 44<>.
—Green Russian seed oats at
Heck’s feed store.
Will Kentner came down from
Beatrice Fridav on business.
— Dr. W. E. Lyons, Osteopath,
office Wahl building, phone 44*>.
Dr. J- C- Yutzy spent a few
days in Lincoln the first of the
A. Graham made a business
trip to Lincoln the first of the
Giki, Waxtkd-'To do general
housework. Good wages. Inquire
of S. B. Miles.
Mason Shurtleff of Humboldt,
was a business visitor at this
place Monday.
Miss Eltno Cook of Yerdon, is
in the city this week visiting her
sister, Mrs. Dallas Yoder.
M. C. I Walters returned Tues
day afternoon from Lincoln where
he was looking after business
George E- Hall of Verdon was
in the city a short time Monday
on his way to St. Joseph, where
he went to look after business.
George Martin came down from
Council Bluffs and spent a few
days the first of the week with
his parents, Francis Martin and
X. B. Judd and wife returned
from Pawnee City Monday after
spending a few days with their
daughter. Mrs. George Crocker
and family.
Mrs. A. G Wanner left Sunday
for Kansas City, where she will
attend the musical at convention
hall. She was accompanied by
her son Balou.
Mrs. May Beyett and two little
daughters, of Nebraska City, are
spending this week in‘our city at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Beasley.
Homer Vincent and family and
little grand daughter. Maxine,
left Monday noon for Shenandoah
Iowa. The baby will make her
home with them in the future.
Mrs. Dan Donivan of Neb- City
spent a few days in the city with
Mrs. George Jennings and other
old time friends. For m any
years Mr- Donivan was Missouri
Pacific roadmaster with head
quarters at this ylace.
Miss Margaret Steele was
called to San Antonia, Texas,
Sunday by a message announcing
the serious illness of the little
granddaughter of F. W. Samuel
son. Word was received later
from that place that the little
one was improving.
W. B. Schmucker spent a few
days in this city with his many
old friends and neighbors. On
his return home he met h ; s
daughter. Mrs. Eva Roberts and
two children, who came from El
paso, Texas, and they accompa
nied him to his home at Miami,
I. T., for an extended visit.
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12 Grades, All Colors, Cut to Measure.
A comparison is convincing. 8ee for yourself.
Notice to P-cperty Owners
All parties who need n e w
walks should see Cbas. Heine
mart, he guarantees them ami
builds them at reasonable prices.
A good con. re’ wain' is a thing
of beauty and a ;ov forever. Tel
ephone 111-11 -.'77 or drop a pos
tal to Heineman and he will do
the rest. tf
Mrs. John Yocum and grand
son. Claren e Peck, returned this
week with a visit with the form
ers daughter. Miss Myrtle Yocam
at Peru. Mrs. Noah Peck and
daughter Ethel, have been stay
ing with Mr. Yocam while Mrs.
Yocam was ..way.
Joseph Geiger, who makes his
home with his daughter, at Inde
pendence, Mo., spent a few days
with old friends in this city this
week. Tuesday morning he left
for Sliubert to visit his son. Will
Geiger anu family.
Homer Vincent, wife and daugh
ter. Miss Bess lown 1 rom
Shenandoah. low;:, Friday, being
called here bv the death of their
daughter-in-law, Mrs. E r n,e st
Vincent. They returned home
Col. J. L IG bv, wife and lit
tle grandson, o: Shubert, spent*
Friday in this city the guests of
Clay Davis and family. He was
a very pleasant caller at this of
lice before returning home.
Rev. G- F. Reichel left for
Kansas Citv V in-lav morning to
sing in the chorus, “The Four
Winds," in convention hall Mon
day night. He will spend the
week in Kansas City.
Mrs. Margaret Mr../.Murphy of
Omaha, a popular club woman of
the state and . re food inspector,
came down from Omaha ami
spent a few days in the city the
guest of Mrs. T. J. Gist.
Clarence E. Smith, who was in
jured in a street car accident at
Modesta, Cali., is much better
and he and his wife are expected
to return to Falls City during the
month of June.
Mr- and -Mrs, Charles Lord of
Shubert, were visitors in this city
Monday. They came down in
their touring ar and were guests
at the home of Josh Lord during
the afternoon.
Miss Nellie Downs spent a part
of the week in Kansas City, the
guest of Mrs. C. W. Whitehead,
and also to attend the recital at
the convention hall on Monday
Mrs. E O. Lewis left the latter
part of tne week for St. Joseph,
to spend a few days at that place
where she is receiving treatment
from Dr. Pitts for ear trouble.
Mrs. O. P. Heck and Mrs. J.
E- Leyda are in Lincoln this
week, w’hile their husbands are
attending a session of-the grand
lodge of the A. O. U. W.
Will Dustin of Elmore, Minn.,
arrived in the city Saturday ev
ening and spent a few days in
this city with his sister, Mrs.
Ouimby Leaser.
L, A- Rj r< m St.
Louis and spent several days
with his numer »i frien Is and in
looking after business nterests
in this city.
Ralph Cunningham and wife
of Little ‘Rock, Ark., spent sev
eral days the past week with the
former’s uncle, L. J. Hit hcock,
near this city.
Miss Anna Mclninch returned
to her home in Mason City, Neb.,
Tuesday after spending a few
dajs with her friend, Mrs. I. B.
Milt McDowell, who has spent
the past month in our midst, re
turned this wreek to his home in
Miss May Start:,el who has
been visiting relatives and friends
at Atchison, returned home Sun
Mrs. W. C. Sloan and two sons
of Verdon, spent Monday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. Patrick Casey went to St.
Joseph Saturday to spend a few
dayts with relat ves.
Frank Werner spent Sunday in
Nebraska City with his son Max
and wife.
Copyright 1909
The I louse of Kuppenhnrner
We are firm believers in
the theory that we benefit most
when we serve the people best. So
we take care of our customers’ interests by pro
viding the kind of Clothing they ought to have, and seeing to
it that they don’t pay too much for it. This service is a pleas
ure, a satisfaction, a profit to you and to us.
Every Good Dresser
should have a new Suit this Spring, because the right styles
for now are quite different from the models of last season—
yes, and you ought to buy it here where everything is right,
including prices.
$10, $12.50, $13.50, $15, $18, $20, $22.50, $25, $27.50, $30
are the prices of Hargrave's Spring Suits. Buy your Clothes at