The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, June 11, 1909, Image 3

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    The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
and Neighbors.
VERDON
i F. V'eai h left Sunday aft rnoon
* So Chicago, 111
*hn Goolsby of Ilarada was on our
s jcets last week.
i ie Veal was a business visitor to
tiii' county seat Friday.
> 1*. Veal of Stella spent Sunday
veiling bis brother here.
• ill Otto shipped two cars of hogs
to Nebraska City Tuesday.
' ill Bruhn shipped two cars of
cattle to St. Joe last week.
ldolph Fritz of Oklahoma was
ting friends here recently,
mes Kelley and sister Nora were
county seat visitors last week.
ncent Arnold was transacting
- less in Falls City last week,
sses May and Stella Johnson
w- •• shopping at Falls City Saturday
M -s. Stephenson of Falls City was
til- guest of Mrs. Roy Swisegood Sun
day
M's. Harden accompanied Marion
dd and wife to Falls City W ed
it o jay.
. iite a number from here attended
i • ommencement exercises at Peru
last week.
' . and Mrs. McGuire of Falls City
v, in town last week in their new
too.- ng car.
1 s. Immer of Washington visited
la> week here with her parents, Mr.
an; Mrs. Snell.
. iite a number from here attended
t). funeral of Mrs. Allison at Maple
C i e last week.
F. Veach & Son were on the
is.. • ret at Kansas City with a car
jii jogs Saturday.
>hu Evans, wife and baby from
T jinseh arrived Saturday for a vis
it til Mrs. Seldom
za Goolsby left Tuesday evening
fo- Salem where she visited Mr
Me Permit and family.
i Hard Goodlow and family ot
SuPa were the guests of Robert
Goo 'by and wife Sunday.
. and Mrs. Snell and Mesdames
Piker Immer and Weddle were shop
pit - in Falls City Friday.
m s. Keefers and daughter, Ardell.
Wi \isiting tlie former's parents at
X« aska City Wednesday.
!-sdames Conover and Keefers
sp it Tuesday at the county seat, the
guests of Mrs. Alice Weaver.
. ibert Pool and wife spent Sunday
ii: Falls City the guest of the latter’s
patents, Mr. Wells and wife.
;.s. George Hall and Miss Cam
in. lull were the guests of Ur. Boose
at wife at Falls City last week.
Norm Weaver and wife are the
pro id parents of a little boy which
car. • to gladden their home last
week.
• tiarley Halterman and family of
Shu cert spent Thursday here the
pilots of the former's brother and
farply.
Those from here who attended the
str.;- normal at Peru the past year
returned home for the summer va
cation.
Mint Stump and wife and Thos.
Cunningham were the guests of Hoy
Ed'wards and family of Shubert on
Sunday.
■ nry Corn, Clara Langeria, Bes
sie Stump and W, F. Veaeli and wife
attended the ball game at Falls City
las: week.
< orge Krouse is visiting friends
her- . Mr. Krouse formerly lived on
a :arin east of town and is well
known here.
hot Sunday was children’s day at
the 'hristian church. A large crowd
wo in attendance and the exercises
wo- splendid.
Mrs. C'ullins and daughter, Edith,
and Mesdames Inlllan Owans and
Margaret Steese. were shopping in
Kails City Friday.
Tlie play at Hail's opera house last
Friday evening, entitled "What In
surance Did for Melvina," under the
auspices of the Modern Woodmen
and the Royal Neighbors was well
attended and an enjoyable time is
reported.
FARGO
George Keonig was a Hamburg vis
itor Thursday.
John Bauman was a county seat
visitor Friday.
Julius Zimmerman was a visitor
here Saturday.
Kate Scholl spent Sunday with
Mary Mandenville.
Pearl Waggenor called on Mrs. E.
E. Duerfeldt Friday.
Joe Koenig and Fred Scholl were
callers here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin \\ right were
shoppers here recently.
Henry Scholl attended the dance
at Ituio Friday evening.
Julius and Willie Zimmertnan spent
Sunday with George Wintz.
Frank Saal and wife of Johnson,
are visiting relatives here.
Frank Dock horn spent Saturday
evening with George Keonig.
R. D. Waggenor and daughter Miss
Pearl were Falls City visitors Iasi
Friday.
Emil Saal and wife of Tarkio, Mo.
are visiting the formers mother at
this place.
Ruby Waggenor left Saturday for
Peru where sin will attend the sum
mer school,
Morris Mandeville and George
Vaughn spent Sunday at the home of
R. I). Waggoner.
Those from Rulo that were in
town Saturday were Rob Kanaly. llob
Voegle, Bud Sells and Cass Jones.
Mary Dodds of Tonganoxie, Kan
sas passed through Falls City Satur
day enroute to Peru, where she will
attend the summer school.
Those from out of town visiting at
Fargo are as follows: Joe, Rennie
and Lawrence Bauman, Simon Men
deville, Joe Schulenberg, Conrad
Thomas, wife and daughter Sophia.
NIMS CITY
James Parker went to Lincoln last
week.
Pd Erwin and son Boyd went to
Palls City Thursday.
Jas. Ayers and family came over
I from Verdon Sunday.
Goldie Mountain of IJawson spent
Sunday with relatives here.
P. .!. Duryea and Chas, Eaton
went to Lincoln Sunday night.
Mrs. Perry of Table Rock spent
last week with her mother, Mrs. Ba
con.
Elmer Sheppley and wife were over
from near Bern Sunday, the guests
of relatives.
Henry Wittwer's youngest child
caught its finger in a screen door and
nearly cut it off.
Chas. Wise returned from Omaha
Monday and reports that Mrs. Wise’s
health is improving.
The severe electric storm Monday
afternoon played havoc with some of
the telephones around here.
A short time after the beginning
of the Children’s Day program at the
Christian church Sunday evening a
bad looking cloud came up and as the
crowd became very restless the exer
cises were postponed until next Sun
day evening.
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R.‘B. SIMPSON, Jeweler
HUMBOLDT
Will Smith has returned from an
extended visit in Idaho.
.J, S. Davis left Monday on a busi
ness trip to Dallas. S. D.
A baby girl was born to Roscoe
Anderson and wife Sunday,
Mrs. Mollio lludgin of Lincoln is
tlie guest of Humboldt friends.
Prank Ko/.ler and wife have late
ly moved to Fargo, South Dakota.
Mable Davis returned the last of
the week from a visit at Wilbur.
Jessie Draper returned Thursday
from school work at Grand Island.
Jim Dulbev of Omaha was visiting
Humboldt friends a part of the week.
J. K. Liggett and wife were over
from l’awnee City visiting friends
Sunday.
A Fourth of July celebration is be
ing planned by tin' commercial club
of Humboldt.
Elton Nims came up from San An
tonio, Texas, to attend the funeral
of Will Nims.
Cot. M. W. Harding and family are
now located in their new domicile
on Nemaha street.
Mrs. Donald Mclver of Omaha is
in the city visiting her brother, R. J2.
Watzke, and family.
Mrs. Abe Billings left the past
week for a visit at tile old home in
Walla Walla, Wash.
Ralph Phil pot went to Arapahoe
the last of the week to join his wife
on a visit to friends.
Harrison Standerford and wife have
gone to Havelock, where they will
reside in the future.
Mrs. Frances l)eweese-L>avis of
York is in the city visiting former
friends and acquaintances.
Mesdames L. ,1. Segrist, Chester
and John Power were St. Joseph vis
itors the latter part of the week.
Chester Power and wife of Kansas
City are here on a two weeks visit
to ('has. Power and wife east of town.
The funeral of Grandpa Engles, the
step-father of .1. C.Segrist,took place
at his home in Howe Station Monday.
A. A. Tanner and wife were down
from Lincoln the past week, being
called here by the illness of S. M.
Philpot.
Mrs. Walter Legg entertained the
Kensington club of the Presbyterian
church at her home on Tuesday af
ternoon.
Nina Snow, Ruby Bash, Vesta Cuss
and Florence Hummel have gone to
Peru to attend summer school at the
state normal.
Itev. C. M. Can trail returned Thurs
day last from Denver, where he had
been attending a meeting of the Gen
eral Assembly.
Bolimuil Witt and son, who have
been guests of Humboldt friends, re
turned Thursday to their home at New
man Grove, Neb.
The marriage of Rose Lugenbill to
Charles M. Cowan occurred on Wed
nesday evening at the home of the
bride's parents, Pete Lugenbill and
wife south of town.
-Rex Craig came up from Argen
tine, Kas., the first of the week and
remained for a several weeks visit
with his parents south of town.
C. C. Harlow, tit one time a resi
dent of this section, but now located
in Alabama, was in the city the past
week visiting L. C. Mann and family,
Mrs, Olive Kline is seriously ill at
the home of her daughter. Mrs. las.
B. Davis. Miss Turner, a trained
nurse from St. Joseph, is assisting
in the care of the patient.
Herbert. Ford, who has been at
tending the state university the last
semester, returned home Sunday and
after a short visit with his parents
here will go to South Dakota, where
he will spend his summer vacation.
George Petrashek cailie down from
Lincoln Sunday, where he has been
attending the state university. He
leaves next Tuesday for .Arizona,
where lie will be employed during
the slimmer months on the forestry
reserve.
Mrs. C. L. Humiuel went to Lin
coln Tuesday to visit, her son, Dr.
Ray Hummel and wife, and attend
the commencement exercises of the
state university, her sons George
and Lois being members of the grad
uating class.
BARADA
Dr. J. F. Story left Saturday for
Kilbourne, Iowa, going in bis auto.
Mrs. Paul Smith is up from Falls
City visiting her mother, Mrs. James
Stephenson.
Emmett Goff and family of Nemaha
were visiting C. E. Burgess and fam
ily on Sunday.
Conrad Genies and family were vis
iting Henry Oerdes and wife in Falls
City Saturday.
William Slagle went to Falls City
Monday and from there to Auburn,
returning Tuesday.
The Royal Highlanders held a very
pleasant and profitable session at
their hall on Friday evening.
Miss Priscilla Woodring who has
been attending school h* re returned
to her home near Falls City Thursday
Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Martin and Mr.
Edward Slagle were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. T. C. Lilly near Verdon on
Sunday.
C. E. Burgess and wife attended tin
funeral of the son of Emmett Goff,
who was buried at Brownvllle on
Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. Boatman from Shu
hert have moved Into the Morehend
house on Main street and will have
charge of the central office hereafter.
Mr. and Mrs. K. 11. Morehend Iasi
week moved into their pretty cottage
on Forest. Avenue. They are no
longer in charge of the central tide
phone office where they gave such
faithful service for so long.
On Tuesday, June 1, Otis Spickler
and Miss Mae Wilenian made an
auto trip to Auburn and were quiet
ly married at the Methodist parson
age in that city. They were ac
companied by Alboti Kelly and Miss
Kettle Kungdoil, who acted as best
man and bridesnmde. The bride
was becomingly attired in while silk.
This young couple are two of Bura
da's most popular young people. The
bride is the daughter of J. l\ Wile,
man, manager of the Forest, Hill
fruit farm, and is a general favorite
with our young people. Mr, Spick
ler is one of the firm engaged in
selling Maxwell autos. He is a
progressive young man and we be
speak for these young people u very
prosperous future. They are now
at home with Mr. Spiekler's parents
just west of town. A host of friends
join in extending congratulations.
STELLA
I A. McDowell visited with his
family again Sunday.
I.itlle Edith Argabright is suffering
with a broken arm.
L. M. Swan is preparing to move
in a few days to Peru.
Mrs. .lason Timmerman is quite
poorly again this wook.
Ray and lilanoh Mouette spent Sun
day with Gene and Alma Plaster.
Mr. Clements and family visited
Sunday with Rev. Gould and family.
Mrs. A. L, Adams visited her par
ents at Talmage the first of the week
.1. M. Goodloe and family visited
at Shuhert and Verdun Sunday after
noon.
The trained goat show at the opera
house last Thursday evening was very
poorly attended.
The town was in darkness Friday
night on account of a disabled boiler
at. the power house.
l)r. Montgomery and .1. R. Cain, jr.,
attended Masonic lodge in Omaha the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Watts from Humboldt
visited Mrs. llaper and other relatives
several days last week.
Mrs. Jason Timmerman is at home
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again after a weeks visit with iter
daughter-in-law at Lincoln.
ii. Cain lias traded the auto
mobile he purchased a few weeks
ago for a 6-cylinder machine.
James Nutter and family of Kan
sas City are at the Overman again,
spending the summer vacation.
Mrs. Fred Fankell visited her dau
i ghter, Mrs. (’has. ICd wards, in the
| country several days the first of the
week.
Mrs. John Holland of HI. Louis,
after an extended visit with her rela
tives here, left for her home last
week
Mrs. ('lias Wood went to Hum
boldt. Tuesday to visit a sister who
had returned from the hospital al
, St. Joseph.
The Misses Adamson of Auburn
\isiled their cousin. Sybil Mann, lie
tween trains Friday. They left for
a new home in Dakota Saturday.
The L. Ii. II. met With Miss Katie
Mower Monday afternoon. A goodly
number were in attendance, and the
afternoon was very much enjoyed.
"Cap" Kvans lias succeeded in get
ting the necessary money subscribed
and will soon have an 80-foot steel
flag pole erected Just, north of Un
well.
(tleii Jenkins came homo from Peril
(lie last of the week and will assist
liis father with tin- farm work this
summer. lie will teach again this
fall.
Miss Iona Shirk came home from
Peru tlie Iasi of the week. She
and her mother expect In leave in a
couple of weeks for Seattle to spend
tlie summer.
William Rife and family from near
Humboldt spent Sunday at the home
of John Mann. Miss S.vble accom
panied them home for a visit of a
couple of weeks.
Mrs.Higgins is visiting at the home
of her sou John this week. She will
go to Gibbon in a few days to visit,
a daughter, and then go to Seattle lo
attend the exposition.
Mrs. Myrtle Thompson, who lias
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Sarvls, for the past six
weeks, left for her home at Sioux
City, Iowa, last. Saturday.
Childrens' ltay was observed at
tlie Christian church Sunday evening.
Although the weather was very
threatening, the house was well fill
ed, and tlie little folks did fine.
George Mitchell and family are
now located in their new home, re
cently purchased from H. M. Cole.
They have had the house newly sliing
leii ami papered and at:< addin# fthl’er
Improvements.
Mrs. II. I.. Hogrefe visited last
!">'ek In Lincoln with lur husband
who has been there the past month
doing duty as a juror in the federal
eourt. They came home Saturday.
John Reimers and wife went to
Verdon Monday where they visited
till Wednesday, when they started
for Seattle. They will lie gone most
of the summer and will visit in Cali'
fornia before returning home.
SHUBERT
Herman Race and family visited
friends hero Saturday.
Mrs. l)r. Shook spent several days
In Auburn during the week.
Miss Bessie Shaffer spent a part
of last week here wit it friends.
Warren Hutchings of Kails City
spent several days here recently.
Mrs. i’rof, Carr of Omaha was the
guest of relatives here last week.
Henry Womlrlng of near Kails City
was a business visitor here Monday
August Aguer of near Kalis City
spent Sunday with homo folks here.
Miss Catherono Stotts of Columbia,
Iowa, is hero visiting her sons, HI
ram and John.
Miss Burns of Nemaha was a vis
ilor at tho home of li. K. William-)
during tho woek.
Mrs. .1. (t. Shulenberg Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Frank Watton, and
family this week,
Mrs. Mary Utllllan and son of Peru
are visiting with her parents. W. W.
.lames anil wife, (his week.
Mr. Nelson Shaffer and wife living
southeast of here spent several days
In Kansas last, week with relatives.
Miss Vevn Hergsma came down
from Peru Wednesday to spend her
summer vacation with the home folks.
Mrs. tiny Wheeler, after an ex
tended visit here with relatives, left,
for her home in Portland, Oregon,
last week.
(’lias Smiley is now enjoying a
ten days lay-off, his annual vacation.
S. Brisby is now filling his vacancy
on the route.
Miss Hattie Lily, who has Just, fin
ished a most successful term of
school in Harada, will leave lu a few
days for an extended visit in Col
orado. .
Colds that hang on weaken the
constitution and develop into consum
tion. Foley's Honey and Tar cures
persistent coughs that refuse to
yield to other treatment. Do not ex
periment with untried remedies as
delay may result in your cold settling
on your lungs. Kerr's Pharmacy.
Half a Million Dollars
REPRESENTS THE VALUE OF
Scotts Bluff Irrigated Lands
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Sold by the Payne Investment Company and their associate agents in the
last thirty days from May 4 to June 4. A total of 6400 acres in quarters, eighty
and fortv acre pieces. No one bought more than a quarter.
The Biggest Sale Ever Made in Nebraska
'There must be a reason for this. What is it ?
There are no better lands in the world. I here is an unlimited supply of
water. There is a tine climate. People are getting rich from the crops they raise.
It is ease to make these statements. It is just as easy to prove them. Seeing
is believing, loin the next excursion to Scotts Bluff lands, leaving ()maha at 4:10.
Tuesday Afternoon, June 15th
Take the trip with us or with our associate agent. It will be by all odds the
biggest excursion yet run. All have been highly successful. Men have only to
see the land. Its possibilities are boundless. Nine, out of every ten who go, buy.
banners, merchants, doctors, bankers, printers, dentists all grow enthusiastic
over this beautiful country; its fertile soil, its abundant water supply.
The faith of those who live there and of those buying is unlimited. We
guarantee you will not be disappointed.
Sugar Factory Assured
A deal was completed last week which assures at Scotts Bluff one of the big
gest sugar factories in the world. It will require contracts for 15,000 acres of
beets. These are being signed up now and the factory promises to take care of
the 1910 crop. This means a raise in the price of the beet crop from $4.50 to
$5.00 per ton. You can raise under irrigation from 12 to 25 tons to the acre. If
you prefer potatoes you can grow from 250 to 400 busheis to the acre. One man
netted Si"0 per a< re on eighty acres last year. Gome with US, and you can
talk to him about it.
George Riechers, Agt.
Falls City, Nebraska
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., Lincoln, Neb.