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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1909)
IE COMERS AND GOERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME.
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing tht
— Eat Sowles Candy
Dr. Wilson, Wahl's building.
Green Russian seed oats at
Heck's feed store.
George Gilligan was a Hiawa
tha visitor Sunday.
Dr. W. E. Lyons. Osteopath,
office Wahl building, 'phone 4-M>.
Gih'i. Wanted—To do general
housework. Good wages. Inquire
of S. I!. Miles.
The Missouri drag would place
our streets in fine condition after
these splendid rains.
J. M. Williams of Aubu n at
tended the meeting of the High
landers at this place Tuesday eve
The late rains were general
and the threatened drought is
broken. Vegitation never looked
Will Davis was down from
Humboldt Friday and visited at
the home of his brother-in-law,
Will Resterer who has been
visiting at the home of his par
ents at this place, left Friday for
Misses Florence Judd and Kii
ma returned to this city Monday
morning after spending Sunday
with their parents at Dawson.
Sig Spaeth has treated his
tonsorial parlor to a coat of paint
and bright new paper which gives
it a very attractive appearance
Ernest Bode has been quite
sick for several davs the past
week, but is again able to take
up his work at the Matthew
Little department store.
Mrs. Clern Firebaugh left
Tuesday for Seneca. Kas.. where
she was called by the serious ill
ness of her brother. Pat Casey.
He is suffering from a siege of
Mrs. M. C. Conover and Mrs
Chas, Weaver of Verdon, spent
Thursday in this city. They
were guests of the latter's sister
in-law. Mrs, Jake Bloom. Mrs.
Conover was a pleasant caller at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bracelin
and daughter Ellen, of St. Paul.
Minn., arrived in the city Satur
day on a visit to Mr. Bracelin’s
mother. Mrs. Nellie King. They
will also visit the former's home
in Lincoln before returning to
Miss Ethel Shields and nephew
little Floyd Shields, left venter
day for Fairbury, to spend a few
days with her brother, Milo
Shields and wire. They will al
so attend the Campbell Bros-,
circus at that place the latter
part of the week.
Mrs. Jennie Darner and little
son arrived in this city from
Ohio and will spend some time at
the home of her mother, Mrs. J.
C. Leister. Mr. Darner will
arrive in this city in about six
weeks t o remain permanently,
identifying himself w i t h the
Falls City Business college.
, lufel ^uariint♦'*■**• full viiJut
and all new feature* in
yuici\ ijRir ulutu
Tin: ^ii \r» o i ace.
no HI liOlM>
1 OR CLEAN WORK
OFFICIAL LEACUE BALL
Guaranteed In every way.
BASE BALL SUITS
12 Grades, All C olors. Cut to Measure.
A compuribon is convincing. Bee for yourself.
FOR BALE BY
[ A. G. WANNER
Notice to Property Owners
All parties who need n e w
walks should >ee (.'has. Heine
man. he guarantees them and
builds them at reasonable prices.
A good concrete walk is a thing
of beauty and a ;ov forever. Tel
ephone lll-ll‘K'77 or drop a pos
tal to Heineman and he will do
the rest. t;
Congressman K. M 1‘ 'Hard and
wife were in the city a ^hort time
Wednesday. Thev were on their
way from Salem r.» their home in
Nehawka. Mr. Pollard addressed
the commencement class at Salem
Tuesday evening. While at that
place he and his wife were guests
of his cousin, Dr. Pollard. Mr.
Pollard made this office a verv
Mrs. Etta Schoenheit and son,
Lothair, returned Sunday night
from Summet, Pa-, where she
was called last week by the ill
ness of her brother. Donnie Mc
Connell. He is suffering from
brain fever and when Mrs. Scho
enheit left, he was no better and
the attending physicians give
them no hope.
Mose Paxton came up from
Kansas City to attend commence
ment exercises, but unfortunately
made a mistake in the date of the
exercises and was compelled to
return home Wednesday morning.
He was of the impression they
were to be held Tuesday instead
of Wednesday night.
Misses May Maddox and Clara
Tanner and Mrs. J. R. Wilhite
left Monday for Omaha to attend
the annual meeting of the Wo
man's Auxiliary of the Episcopal
church. They were delegates
from the local church and the
meeting was in session two days.
John Maddox and wife of Au
burn spent Tuesday at this place
visiting at the home of the form
er's aunt, Mrs. Margaret Maddox.
They also attended the Highland*
er entertainment in the evening.
The city council met in an ad
journed session Friday evening.
G- A. Alexander, who purchased
the Schoenheit saloon stock, was
granted a saloon license and the
water question was discussed.
George Grinstead accompanied
Prof. T. J. Oliver to Salem Tues
day. He visited his brother, R.
E. Grinstead and attended the
commencement exercises in the
Rev- and Mrs. G. L. Xeide were
Omaha visitors this week. They
attended the annual meeting of
the Episcopal church held at
Miss Francis Ramsey left Mon
day for Omaha to visit with
friends a few days. She will al
so see “Saluation Nellie’’ at that
This is tine growing weather
and the fanner who had hi-- corn
planted before the late rains, is
among the fortunate ones.
Miss Lottie Putnam will 'eave
Mondav for Madison. Wisconsin,
where she will spend the summer
with her brother.
W. Prichard cai fr .
Pawnee City Friday, and spent a
few days in the cov-try with his
Charles Ileck came up from. St
Joseph and spent Sunday with
his parents, (). P. Heck and wife.
Miss Bessie Hoover of Stella
was in the city Monday visiting
her friend. Mrs. Ham Willard.
The G. A. K. memorial service
will be held at the Christian
church Sunday morning.
Elva, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Cox, has been very
sick for the past few days.
Will Zoeller and family of Pres
ton, were shopping at th:« place
For Sale:—My farm home ad*
joinging Falls City.
George A. ABhott
E. O- Buehler of Hiawatha was
a business visitor at this place
— Dr. W. E. Lyons, Osteopath,
office Wahl building, 'phone 44f>.
Carl Frederick of Kulo. was a
Sunday visitor at this place.
Frank Sneathen came down
from Humboldt Saturday.
Seed oats at Heck's teed
Hr- Halm is suffering from
blood poison on his hand.
Prof. K. K- Hurst spent Sun
day in Auburn visiting Prof.
Louise Rule attended the corn*
meneement exercises at Salem
Wantiui To rent a five or six
room house by June 1st Inquire
at this office. tt
c’. A. Heck has a nice lot of
extra fine seed corn. Don’t forget
to see him before you buy.
Miss Kdna Crook returned this
week from Texas, where she has
been attending school the past
George Wahl and wife are the
proud parents o! a baby boy that
arrived at their home Tuesday*
Harvey Thompson who has
been very ill for several weeks is
much improved and was able to
walk up town Wednesday
Mrs. Frank Camblin ami child
ren will leave Sunday lor Ohio,
to visit friends and relatives.
She expects to be gone several
James Bascom of this office,
who spent the past two weeks
with relatives and friends at
Pawnee, returned to this city
Rev. Feeney of Auburn, had
charge of the services at the
Catholic church at this place last
Sunday, and Rev. II. Hex took
charge of his work at Auburn.
Henry Hausenvager of Tecum
seh spent a few days in the city
with his mother, Mrs. Hausen
yager and his two sisters, Mrs.
Fred HarkendortT and Mrs. Win,
R. B. Moody and daughter Ida,
came over from Mound City, the
first of the week to visit the form
er’s daughter, Mrs. Jesse Nichol
son and son. Albert Moody, and
Judge J. B. Raper of Pawnee
and Judge W. H. Kelligarof Au
burn, were in the city the first of
the week. They spent a few
hours with Judge Francis Martin
who is very ill at his home in this
Lice soon eat up vour profits!
Kill of this pest quickly and sure
ly with Conkev’s preparations:
Lice Powder for setting hens;
Lice Liquid for ridding the house
of mites; Head Lice Ointment for
the baby chick. All guaranteed
and for sale by C. A. II eck.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gussett rf
Horton. Kansas, spent a few
days in the city visiting their
parents, Mr- and Mrs. Win. Gos
sett and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Snyder. They came to attend
commencement exercises, the
former's sister, Miss Gertrude,
being a member of the class.
During the past week George
Reichers purchased the Gus Net
tlebeck property and will dispose
of the house to make room for
an up-to-date cottage which Mr.
Reichers will erect this summer.
Tnis is a very pretty part of town
just north of where Albert
Maust and Mr. Redwood are
building fine large homes.
good ior railroad men,
car conductors, and all
people who have to
get up in time and live
R. B. Simpson,
! North Window of Kerr * Pharmacy
Joe Graves came down from
Humboldt Friday and transacted
business at this place- Mr
Graves contracted for a brick
building at Verdon, which Scott
Saylor is planning to build. This
makes three new bricks that Mr.
Graves will erect at that p!a<v,
which will greatly improve Main
street, and replace those destroy
ed by tire a few months ago.
Matthew Moore catnedown from
Humboldt Saturday morning and
spent short time with friends
in this city. He yvason his way
to Hiawatha for a short visit.
While here he made us a pleasant
call and renewed his subscription
to the Tribune.
Charles Bracelin, who arrived
in the city last week on a visit to
relatives, left the first of the week
for his home in St- I'aul, Minn.
Mrs. Bracelin and daughter KUen
will remain in the city for some
time with Mrs. Bracelin's mother,
Mrs. KUen King.
Mrs. Ephraim Withee and son
Gene and Miss Jesse Withee of
Stella and Mrs. W. C. Sloan and
two sons of Verdon spent a few
days this week at the home of
John Ilossack. They came Wed
nesday to attend commencement.
Ouimby Hossack came down
from Omaha Monday night and
remained in the city a few days,
attending the commencment ex
ercises Wednesday evening.
M. C. Walters who has been
managing t h e Heiser-Walters
pool hall, this week purchased
Mr- Heiser’s interest and is now
sole owner and proprietor.
Mrs- Josephine Stains, who
closed her school at Salem this
week is spending a few days in
this city at the home of Mrs. Su
san Judy and other friends.
M r s. Pearl Vaniandingham
who has spent some time at Howe
returned to this city to visit her
mother, Mrs. David Ransom.
Will Hershy and wife came
down from Lincoln and spent a
part of the week with the latter’s
mother, Mrs. Eva Davison.
Clark Hedges came up from
Kansas City and spent Sunday in
the city the guest of his brother.
Herbert Hedges and family.
Sam Stewart and wife, Roy and
Rob Hart and Thomas Jones all
af Reserve spent Wednesday eve
ning at this place.
Miss Helen Burchard returned
Sunday from Reserve, where she
attended a party at the home of
Miss Nellie Hart.
The brick building of John
Powell’s is going up rapidly and
it will be only a few weeks until
it is completed.
Mrs Myrtle Holland of Wichi
ta, Kansas, is in the city visiting
at the home of her mother, Mrs.
The Baptist Boys’ Brigade will j
meet as usual next Friday night1
at 7:15. Every boy is requested
to be present.
Rev. G. F. Reichel returned
from Kansas City Wednesday af
ternoon. He reports a very pleas
Miss Millicent Bower assisted
in John Powell's office last week,
while Nellie Downs was in Kan
J. O'Keefe, the court reporter,
of Beatrice, is in the city this
week attending tne district court.
Mrs- Thomas McLane came up
from Kansas City to attend dis
trict court and visit relatives.
Joe Forney, wife and baby are
in the city visiting the former's
mother, Mrs. Thomas Daily.
Grace Harlan of Salem, was in
this city Saturday shopping. She
also visited Mrs. I- L. Mead.
Mrs I. L. Mead went to Salem
yesterday to spend a few days
with Mrs.W.W. Spurlock
•Jeff Jobe came down from Ta
ble Rock Monday and transacted
business in this city.
Will Nedrowof Verdon, was in
the city Saturday looking after
Elmer Hoselfon of Preston was
a business visitor at this place
A yearling shorthorn bull for
sale. See John Rieschick. tl
The Only Raking Powder
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
—made from Grapes—
Royal Baking Powder has not its counterpart at
home or abroad. Its qualities, which make the
food nutritious and healthful, are peculiar to itself
and are not constituent m other leavening agents.
1C. L. Bowers of Verdon was on
our streets Friday.
George E. Turnci of Salem was
a visitor here Monday,
E, !>. King and son of Shubert
were visitors at this place Sunday.
Frank Simons of Kulo was in
the city Tuesday attending the
I. W. Harris came down from
Stella Tuesday and was looking
after business matters.
Miss Wright came down from
Salem Monday and did some shop
ping and visited friends.
Win. Leslie and J. F. Shubert
of Shubert were here Monday
looking alter legal matters at tne
I>r. and Mrs. h\ P. Roberts re
turned home this week from Oma
ha. where they were called a few
days ago bv the serious illness of
a relative at that place.
Rev. R. Cooper Bailey will de
liver the memorial address at.
Humboldt Sunday afternoon. The
G. A. R. have invited all the fra
ternal societies tomect with them
and it wall be a union service.
Key. R. R. Teeter gave the ad
dress at the commencement exer
cises of the Rulo High School on
Thursday evening- This is the
second call Prof. Voegelein has
made upon Mr- Tetter for com
mencement addresses in two years. I
Prof S- II. Wood of Parkers
burg. Iowa, who has been hired
for superintendent of our public
schools for the coming year, spent
a few days in the city this week.
He came to attend the closing ex
ercises of our schools Wednesday
Jos. (Passer, assessor of Hum
boldt township was a business
visitor at this place Wednesday.
He brought the assessor’s returns
to this city and tiled them with
N. ]J. Judd.
Miss Maud Maddox spent a lew
days in Lincoln this week, the
guest of her sister, Miss May.
She also visited her numerous
friends at that place.
The Naylor property in the
east part of town is being wired
for electric light and piped for
water. They expect to move into
it in a few days.
Conkev’s Lice Powder, going
fast at C. A. Heck’s. Poultry
men, take advantage of free offer.
Won’t taint eggs. It
Mrs. Fred Heineman of Verdott
was in the city Wednesday visit*
ing her sister, Miss Myrtle How
Levi K. Chaney of Stella made
a business trip to this place Mon
C-K.Ferrow of Humboldt trans
acted business at this place Mon
i; Horse and Cow Hides, £
Wool and Pelts X
;i; Highest Market Price £
| Porter Randolph 1
Ij! Falls City, Nebraska lj!
Every Day—All Day
Those are the two times you need a reliable
You can find such here and ONLY such, too
We don t buy the otner kind
Watches are oar specially, not only in re
pairing but in buying and selling to the best
advantage to our customers
A. E. JAOUET
-The Old Reliable”
Chas. M. Wilson
offers you a line of
German China Salad Bowls ^Cp
nicely decorated at, your choice
Also a lot of (ilass Vases, the tall kind for stem flowers,
at i1 ic per inch, or your choice for.25 cents
See the above in the south window, at
Chas. M. Wilson’s
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