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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1909)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
Tioy Daggett went to Denver-Sun
Lin Barnes was in Falls City Wed
Lulu Brinegar went to Falls City
Mrs. J. E. French was in Falls City
Claud Whitney spent Sunday at the
t- n Springs.
B. Moore was in Dawson between
t .ins Saturday.
Beadier Cornell of Verdon ware in
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Stouffer went lo
Falls City Monday.
Miss Lucy Gregory was down from
Peru over Sunday.
Miss Celia Pearson returned from
Falls City Wednesday.
Mrs. D C. Simmons was quite siek
during the past week.
>1. L, Dowell and Miss Oakes vis
ited in Falls City Monday.
Miss Grace England is visiting at
James Kelly’s this week.
Mrs. 0. D. Baker visited her son
Charles Hinton Wednesday.
Mrs. Hoy Daggett is visiting her
parents in Salem this week.
Mrs. L. Mobley visited friends in
Falls City Friday and Saturday.
Miss Petraseh of Humboldt is visit
ing with Miss Houck this week.
Buy Daggett and family of Dawson
w re in Salem Wednesday evening.
Will McDougal and Tom Taylor
drove to Verdon Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Wood went to Auburn Wednes
day to spend several days with rela
Miss Jessie McDenuet visited in
Humboldt this week, returning home
’antes Mettz and children of Falls
City spent Sunday at the home of J.
Mrs. C. Weddle of Preston spent
Sunday in Salem with G. W. Sheely
Mrs. Glen Curtis visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Rule in Falls City Sunday
Marion Arnold went to Stella Mon
day morning to visit several days
Lloyd Chambers was called to
Omaha last week on account of his
Mrs. Ora French came down front
Lincoln Monday to visit her parents
for a few days.
VTra Mobley went to Peru Monday
to visit several days with her cousin,
Mrs. George Pennington went to
Morrill Thursday to visit her daugh
ter. Mrs. Clarke.
Miss Letha Crook and Miss Edith
James came down from Peru Thurs
day and remained over Sunday.
Mrs. C. W. Trousdale of Topeka,
Kansas arrived Wednesday for a vis
it with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davis.
Mrs. O'Dell came down from Au
burn Saturday night to spend Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. A. C. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Rantsma spent Satur
day and Sunday in Falls City visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheely
A large crowd of young ladies of
this vicinity took the county exam
ination in Falls City Friday and Sat
Foy French came down from Edge
mont, S.D., Saturday to visit a week
with his parents, Mr. and ■Airs. James
Xola McCool was down from Peru
to spend Sunday with her parents.
She returned to her school Monday
Mrs. M. L. Dowell entertained a
number of little girls Saturday af
ternoon in honor of Luella’s seventh
birthday. Refreshments were pre
pared for the little folks.
Mrs. R. Huston entertained a num
ber of couples at twelve o’clock din
ner Friday. Covers were laid for
fourteen. A big dinner was prepared
and every one enjoyed themselves
even though it was very warm.
Mrs. W. H. Davis entertained the
ladies of Gospel Union Aid society
and the church Tuesday, from 2:30
until 6:00. The event was in hon
or of Mrs. Trousdale of Kansas. A
very pleasant time was spent togeth
er. Dainty refreshments were ser
ved by the hostess.
Foley’s Honey and Tar not only
stops chronic coughs that weaken the
constitution and develope into con
sumption, but heals and strengthens
the lungs. It affords comfort and re
lief In the worst cases of chronic
bronchitis, asthma, hay fever and lun
trouble. Kerr's Pharmacy,
« back to you if you spend It at
I is gone forever if you send It to
Order House. A glance through
irtising columns will give you aa
re it will buy the most.
Mrs. Carrie Cox went to Klk Creek
Mrs. Martha Weaver visited in Ver
don last week.
.lolin Wixon and wife visited in
Auburn last week.
Miss Vera Gould came home from
Peru to spend Sunday.
Mrs. I. A. McDowell visited Au
burn relatives last week.
Will McGowen was a visitor at his
home in Barada Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Striugfield and little daugh
ter visited her mother here last Thurs
W. H. Hogrefe’s folks are enter
taining visitors from New York this
John Sayer lias been quite poorly
for a couple of weeks, suffering with
David Pugh returned to Stella last
Friday after an absence of a couple
_Rev. Gould and family visited in
the country Friday with Will Chism
W. II. Ilogrefe bought a five pas
senger touring ear, which will be de
Miss Brenda Dilts of Brownville
has been visiting Miss Greta Gould
the past week.
Ralph Weller’s family are visiting
at the‘home -of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. II. D. Weller.
Mrs. Armstrong of Auburn visit
ed her daughter, Mrs. James the lat
ter part of the week.
Fred Fankell and wife visited in
the country with his daughter and
family, Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Wlthee and
son Eugene spent Sunday in Verdon
at the home of W. C. Sloan.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chism, who have
been absent about a month on a moun
tain trip, returned home Saturday.
Arthur Camblin and wife are now
occupying their new house. They
have one of the finest houses in town
Stella now has or. electric theater
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Everyone seems to enjoy it immense
Ezra Stine was sick a few days
last week, being threatened with ty
phoid fever, but is able to be up
Miss Myrtle Yandeventer returned
home Saturday after a two weeks’
visit in, tlio country with her aum,"
Mrs. S. Shilov.
Messrs. Adams, Thomlinson, Bailey,
and E. Wheeler, with their wives
picniced Sunday on the lawn at the
Miss Hazel Raper, who had been
visiting her grandmother and aunts
at this place, returned to her homo at
Omaha last week.
Mrs. Hloyu Morris of Bethany came
down Saturday evening to spend the
siynmer vacation witli Stella and
Falls City relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Goodloe were
county seat visitors Friday, they vis
ited their uncle, Mark Goolsby, who
is in very poor health.
Miss Alice Cleaver of Falls City
has been in Stella for several weeks
and during her stay has made a num
ber of elegant paintings.
J. R. Mann has just finished paint
ing his residence in ttie east part of
town and lias improved the appearanc
of his property very much.
Mrs. Effie Stephens Buell and
baby of Horton, Kansas arrived Sun
day for a \ isit with her uncle, Felix
Marts and family, north of town.
Mrs. James Nutter of Kansas City
is having her house on the farm
painted and thorougly renovated with
the idea of making a summer home of
Mrs. Simon Davies and little daugh
ter of Falls City spent last week with
her husband at the Overman. Mr.
Davies is the contractor for the Cain
Miss Florence Newman, who with
her mother, has been visiting her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Monod,
left last Friday for Hiawatha and
Sabetha for a couple of weeks. When
she returns she and her mother will
go to Kansas City and spend a few
dqys with H. E. Clark and family be
fore returning to their home in St.
| Summer Oxfords
Tans and Blacks
THE H. M. JENNE SHOE STORE
Alfred Ahern is now. visiting n
brother in N. D.
Miss Emma Clevenger is now our
new “hello" girl.
A. L. Evans of Auburn was in the
Willard Shubert visited friends in
Uumboldt last week.
Mrs. Hawkins of Nemaha visited
friends here Saturday.
Glen Gates was a business visitor
hero Thursday evening.
Mr. William Leslie returned from
a business trip to Hardy.
L. M. Weddle was a business visit
or at Falls City last week.
A. J. Iiermsen was entertained by
friends at Verdon last Sunday.
Miss Leo I’almer of Lincoln was th
guest of relatives here last week.
Mrs. .lames Shively of Neiuaha
spent Sunday here with home folks.
Miss Nellie Harper of Auburn was
the guest of Miss Gladys Taylor Wed
(John Ahern was called to Chicago
tho latter part of the week by the
death of his brother.
Mildred, the little daughter, of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Crews, who lias
been very ill is improving.
Mrs. L. E. LaMiller and daughter of
Darada is now visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Welck near town.
M. T. Hill accompanied by his dau
ghter, Miss Lolla, spent a few days
last week with relatives in St. Joe.
Lawrence Long of Falls City made
this place a visit last week. We un
derstand lie rented a farm near here.
Miss Priscilla Woodring, who is
now enjoying a visit with her sister,
Mrs. Charle Schulenberg, spent last
Airs. Ahern and daughter of Chica
go, who arrived here a few days ago
for an extended visit with relatives,
were called home by the deatli of a
a relative. John Ahern accompanied
Soavness of the muscles, whethej
induced by violent exercise or injury,
Is quickly relieved by the free appli
cation of Chamberlain’s Liniment.
This liniment is equally valuable for
muscular rheumatism, and always af
fords quick relief. Sold by all drug
Leslie Melvin was ji guest of Clar
ence Peck Sunday.
The Misses Zentner of Tarkio are
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Schrock of Pennsylvania is
visiting relatives here.
Sadie Peck visited with S. H.Knise
ly and family Sunday.
Ed Ruegge and family were guests
of Ed Kimmel and family Sunday.
Wm. Iluettner and family spent
Sunday with Mart Nolto and family.
Pvrtle Glldensleeve of near Kansas
City is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Ethel Brunn and little daugh
ter of Kansas City are visiting with
F. M. Shaffer and family were
guests of Mrs. N. Peck and family
Mrs. H. J. Prichard entertained Sun
day in honor of Mrs. Yellton and Mrs.
Brunn of Kansas City.
Mrs. Reisehick and daughter cf
Falls City were guests of John Reis
chick and family Friday.
Mrs. John Lichty and daughter
Mu'.ie of Falls City spent the first
of the week with the former's child
ren in this precinct.
Eph Peck, wife and son and Mrs.
S. II. Knisely returned home Thurs
day from an extended visit with
relatives in Pa., and Ohio.
Mrs. F. M. Shaffer entertained sev
eral ladies at her home Friday of last
Friday evening in honor of her sister,
Mrs. Yoder. N:ce refreshments were
Mrs. Chester Stump and Mrs. Guy
Lichty entertained at the home of the
former Monday in honor of Mrs. Yell
ton and Mrs. Brunn of Kansas City.
Ice cream and cake were served.
E.J.Duryea made a trip to Sabetha
Mcsdames Wittwer and McGinnis
went to Humboldt Monday.
Miss Ola Crook of Salem will teach
in Ibis distrPt flic c"m|ng term.
S. A. 1'airbrnk's sister, who has
spent some time here returned to
Miss Burke, who has been here
from Omaha the guest of Mrs. Wise
left Saturday for Grand Island to visit
It is reported that James Hosford
and wife are coming back to the
farm and will build a new house and
otherwise improve the place. -
James Parker started up his thresh
ing machine Monday afternoon and
threshed out over four hundred bush
els of wheat, a part or it having been
cut that morning.
Delay i-n taking Foley’s Kidney Rem
edy if you have backache, kidney or
bladder trouble, fastens the disease
upon you and makes a cure most
difficult. Commence taking Foley’s
Kidney Remedy today and you will
soon be well. Why risk a serious
malady? Kerr’s Pharmacy.
Sheriff Fenton was in town Friday.
Will Norton went to Omaha Tues
<.)rin Shrnuger was in town Sun
Joe Graves was in Sterling tills
Mrs. Will Johnson went to Omaha
Or. George Gandy was In Si. Joe
diaries Goddard was a Falls City
Or. Howard Marsh is the owner of
a new automobile.
Mrs. Mary Stone left Thursday for
a "trip to Colorado.
Mrs. George Carnes is visiting
friends in Lincoln.
Miss dill it h Waggener is now visit
ing Sterling friends.
Herb Jones from Denver is visiting
liis mother in this city.
Mrs. Mamie Smart came to tills
place from Peru Monday.
Mrs. Ralph Philpot entertained the
ladies kensington Wednesday.
The brickyard closed tills week and
will remain so until after harvest.
Will Philpot is in one of the SN
Joe hospitals receiving medical treat
Tlu> W. ('. T. r. conducted a patri
otic meeting in the park Tuesday
Mable Shier of Dawson was visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Will Waggoner
of this city.
Ralph lluerstetta of Tecumseh re
cently visited ills brother. A. .1. Huor
stetta of (his city.
Rolla Avery has been taken to a
St Joe hospital where he v\ill receive
Mrs. Dr. Wolf of Falls City arrived
here Saturday to visit her parents,
Ed Norton and wife.
Dr. Meyers left Saturday evening
for a few weeks' visit to Seattle and
other western points.
Mrs. Doll Woods and little son of
Elk Creek visited a few days with rel
attves here this week.
F. D. Seely came down from Wa
hoo the last of the week to visit a
few days with friends.
Mark Williamson came home Satur
day from Elmwood, where he has been
working on a new church.
Miss Geraldine Stockton of Hut.
cliison, Kas., is the guest at the home
of her mother in this city.
Thos Mann, who is employed as
operator at Preston, was visiting at
this place for a few days.
E. S. Cope spent Sunday in St.Joe.
J. Curtis and wifo drove over from
Stella. Monday to visit friends.
Rev. .Geo. C. Aydelott left Friday
for Beaver Crossing where lie lectur
ed at a Chautauqua on Sunday.
Miss Melba Klein, who had been
visiting Mrs. E. D. Workman, return
ed to her home in Auburn.
Mrs. Abe Billings returned Thurs
day from an extended visit at Cheney,
Washington, her former home.
A ball game between Humboldt and
Table Rock resulted in a scAire
of 10 to 12 in favor of Humboldt.
The crops on the low lands are
turning out better than expected and
the farmers are greatly encouraged.
Mrs. John Powers. Jr., went to Bea
trice the last of the week to spend a
few days with Opie Reid and family.
John Slieard, wife and little son
came home from Warren, 111., Tues
day after visiting relatives at that
Oliver Hamilton, Dave Burnuin and
Charles Woods were over from Paw
nee to attend the horse race Sat
Belle and Catherine Gillan pleasant
ly ententained the Philatlua kensing
ton at their home Wednesday after
Alisa Vesta l ass, wno nas oeen at
tending summer school in Peru was
visiting Humboldt friends a few days
Miss Maple Thompson lias returned
from Lincoln, where she has been
spending some time with Rev. Bert
Wilson and family.
Mrs. Clyde Lynch and children and
Miss Hazel Cooper are visiting at
the home of "Bob” Traverse and
wife in Lincoln this week.
Mrs. 'James Kozel entertained a
number of friends at her home Fri
day afternoon in honor of her sister,
Josephine Cernik of Ord, Net).
Mrs. Otis Hunker and son Merrill,
who have been visiting at the home
of Mont Williamson and wife return
ed last week to their home In Utica,
If people with symptoms of kid
ney and bladder trouble could realize
their danger they would without, loss
of time commence taking Foley’s Rem
edy. This great remedy stops the
pain and irregularities, strengthens
and builds up these organs and there
is no danger of Bright’s disease or
other serious disorder. Do not dis
regard the early symptoms. Kerr’s
CLEAVER & SEBOLD
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
NOTARY IN OFFICE
To Chautauqua Visitors
From July 24th (Satur
day) "to August r, Falls
City will don its gala at
tire in honor to the thou
sands that will attend her
Chautauqua. Our store
will keep "open house”
during the week and the
i visitor to our city is in
vited to drop in at any
and all times and "make
himself at home.” \ou
will be welcomed, no
matter whether you tie
sire to purchase or not.
Our Line of Summer
Ties, etc., Is complete
Our Clothing Will Interest You
Wahl & Parchen
WE KEEP OPEN UNTIL NINE OCLOCK
Griff Wright, transacted business
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Edward bur
fee, a fine girl.
Maggie Mande\ ille spent Tuesday
with home folks.
CasH Jones was a business visitor
Ethel Jackson spent. Sunday with
Melvin Randolph was a county seat
FTed Scholl purchased a fine new
binder this week.
Dr. Koenig was a pleasant caller
Elmer schock was a business vis
itor bore Saturday.
Will Ritchie delivered a lot of fine
posts here last week.
Morris Mandeviile spent Tuesday
with Dan Waggoner.
Albert Zimmerman was a county
seat visitor Saturday.
Bertha Trefzer of Falls City is vis
iting her aunt, Mrs. Ablutz.
A. F. Randolph and daughter Grace
were In Falls City Thursday.
George Ablutz was transacting bus
iness in Falls City Tuesday.
Edwin Zimmerman spent Sunday
witli George and Fred Wintz.
Wren Whitehead and son Earl were
business callers here Saturday.
Morris Mandeville is assisting G.
15. Koenig in bis work this week.
R. D. Waggoner and son Daniel
were county seat visitors Tuesday.
Pearl Waggooner spent Friday with
her sister. Mrs. Edward Duerfeldt.
Henry and Kate Scholl attended
t lie Hartman dance Saturday evening.
Kate and Henry Scholl spent Sun
day with Thomas Mandeville and fam
Those who spent Sunday with E.
j E. Durfee and wife were Mr. and Mrs
i Mark Durfee and I>. It. Waggenor
A dance was given at the Redman
Hall in honor of Robert Nitche. A
large crowd was in attendance and
a good time is reported.
Those from Rulo who attended the
dance here Saturday night were John
Mahn. Willie Dicks, John Mandeville,
Bud Sells, Grace and Oilier Durfee.
George Kirk left Thursday for Lin
John Keefers was an Omaha visitor
Tom Smith of Liarada was in town
Miss Cora Swisegood returned from
Kalis City Krlday.
Lucy McMannas of Kails City was
in town Saturday.
J. C. Sehulenberg of Shubert was
in town Tuesday.
Mrs. VV. T. Moran returned homo
from Kansas last week.
Mrs. Garrlss returned homo from
Omaha Thursday evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Ilumbo of Ne
maha City were in town recently.
Byron Dunn of Barada took the
train from here Sunday for Lincoln.
Willis Shubert nnd Homer Sailors
of Shubert were in town one day
Mesdames VV. Boatmen and K. Diet
rich were shopping at the county seat
Quinton Stump and wife spent Sun
day with the latter's sister and family
13. F. Voacli & won were on me
market in Kansas City willi a car of
Bertha Fastnoau of Nebraska- City
arrived Thursday for a visit with her
sister, Mrs. Leefers.
Mrs. Belle Webster and daughter,
Morean, left Tuesday for their home
at Emporia, Kansas.
John and George Hall, Bruce Ned
row and George Lunim made a trip
to the county seat Friday.
Charles and Norman Weaver and
their wives went to Falls City Sat
urday in til'- former’s auto.
Ethel Sailors and Stella Johnson re
turned to Peril Monday after spending
a few days with their parents.
Sarah Cook returned home last
week from Falls City where she
visited her sister, Mrs. Dallas Yoder.
Dr. Thomas and Sam Hancock ac
companied Mrs. Hindu Esteb to Lin
coln last week where she will take
When the stomach fails to perform
its functions, the bowels become de
ranged, the liver and the kidgeys con
gested < iiusing numerous diseases.
The stomach and liver must be re
stored to a healthy condition and
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tab
lets can be depended upon to do it
Easy to take and most effective Sold
by all druggists.
Hon. F. D. Coburn, July 24th.
Toronto Male Quartette, July 24th and 26th.
Gabriel Maguire, July 25th.
Robert Parker Miies, July 25th and 26th.
Miss Florence Norton, July 26th and 31st.
E. W. Lanham, July 24th and August 1st.
Maupin’s Band, July 26th and 29th.
“Billy” Sunday, July 27th.
L. H. Moore, July 27th.
Hinshaw Grand Opera Quartette, July 28th.
Booth Lowrey, July 28th.
Mason’s Jubilee Singers, July 29th and Aug. 1st.
Ralph Parlette, July 29th.
Capt. R. P. Hobson, July 30th.
Edwin Brush, July 30th.
Miss Tilda Hansen, July 31st.
Ash Davis, July 31st.
Judge F. P. Sadler, August 1st.
Senor Lala, August 1st.
JULY 24th TO AUGUST 1st
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