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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1909)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
James Wells left Thursday for Mo.
Dr. J. W. Bourne of Omaha was in
Will Otto received 225 head of
Ed Snell was a Stella visitor one
day last week.
Joe Veal was a Stella visitor one
day lagt week.
Miss Nellie Weaver was a Falls
City visitor this week.
George Fogle was a business visit
or to Falls City Saturday.
The Misses Stump are the proud
possessors of a new piano.
Robert Goolsby and wife were the
guests of their aunt Sunday.
Wm.Thompson and son, Fred, were
guests of Mr. Dietrich Tuesday.
E. E. James was transacting bus
iness at the county seat recently.
C. M. I-Ieinzelman and family'mov
ed into their new house last week.
Joe Wells returned from an extend
ed visit with his sister in Oregon.
1'. S. Heacock of Falls City was a
business visitor here Wednesday.
Misses Frauenfelder and Gebluird
visited friends in Falls City last week
Mrs. George Abbott of Falls City
is the guest of hec daughter, Mrs.C.
John Leefers returned home from
Omaha Thursday where he went to
buy fall goods.
Mrs. Bobbitt and children left last
Wednesday for Humboldt where they
will visit friends.
Mr. Waggoner and family of John
son were the guests of the former's
brother last week.
Mrs. John Dillon and children re
turned home Sunday from a visit to
friends in Kansas.
Elma Cook left Tuesday for Falls
City where she will visit her sister,
Mrs. Dallas Yoder.
Jesse Moran and W. C. Sloan made
a trip to Falls City in the former's
auto Saturday night.
Mrs. George Knapp returned Tues
day from Salem, where she was the
guest of her parents, W. H.Davis and
Mr. Davis and sister of Missouri,
arrived the first of the week for a
visit with their cousin, Mrs. Charles
Mesdames Weddle- and Snell and
Miss Hill, James Ayers, Walter
Veach, Dr. Thomas, Clyde Trimmer,1
Clair Coleman and family, M. A.
Veach and wife, B. F. Veach and wife
and George Fogle were among those
who attended the Stella picnic.
Leo Wintz is busy putting up hay
Henry Gerlt was a county seat vis
George Ablutz was in Falls City
Hiram Wolf was in town the last
of the week.
Minnie Koenig spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Mason were Fargo
Frank Doekhorn was a Hamburg
Griff Wright and wife were shop
ping here Saturday.
Adam Futsclier and wife were in
this vicinity Sunday.
Mary Mandeville spent Sunday with
Joe Bauman's family.
R. I). Waggoner was in Falls City
the first of the week.
Morris Mandeville spent Sunday
with Daniel Waggoner.
Fred W. Rockwell of Humboldt is
visiting in this vicinity.
Ed Durfee and wife spent Sunday
with the latter’s parents.
James Gleason was a Fargo visit
or the first of the week.
William Streeker was a Fargo vis
itor the last of the week.
Mr. Ikenberry of Columbia, Mo.,
visited Ed Durfee last week.
John Michel and family spent Sun
day with Philip Becker and family.
Dora and Bertha Speers were the
guests of Ruby Waggoner Sunday.
Claud Harmon and Peter Thieman
went to Falls City the latter part of
Mrs. George Koenig left Monday
for Springfield, Mo., where she will
visit a sister.
Quite a number of our people are
attending camp meeting near Pres
ton this week.'
E. E. Durfee and wife and Miss
Ruby Waggoner were in Falls City
the first of the week.
Mrs. Otto Erdman and children
left for a week’s visit to her parents
in the western part of the state.
Testifies After Four Years.
Carlisle Center. N. Y., G. B. Bur
bans, writes: ‘‘About four years ago
I wrote you that I had been entirely
cured of kidney trouble by taking two
bottles of Foley’s Kidney Remedy,
and after four years I am again pleas
ed to state that I have never had any
return of those symptoms, and I am
evidently cured to stay cured.” Fol
ey’s Kidney Remedy will de the same
for you. Kerr’s Pharmacy.
Mrs. Joe Cully Is improving after
a severe illness.
Frank Schulenberg lias purchased
a fine new automobile.
Otto Kucgge came in from out
west to visit relatives.
Albert Burk spent a few days last
week at Hulo visiting relatives.
Guy Burk was the guest of his
sister, Mrs. Fred Chesley Sunday.
Mrs. Karl Shaffer, and children
spent Sunday at Berry Shaffer’s.
Chester Stump and family spent
Sunday with H. J. Prichard and fam
August Schuler of near Hum
boldt visited with his parents Sun
Kd Kimmel and family were the
guests of Henry Fritz and family
Guy Brine and wife of near Haw
son visited with H. Coons and wife
Mrs. John Fritz is enjoying a
visit from her father and sister of
Mrs. John Yocam spent the latter
part of the week with her daughter,
Mrs. N. Peck.
Guy Richly and wife were guests
at the home of Win. Bartlett and
Miss May of near Carlton came a
few days ago to take up her school
duties at Glendale.
Rev. Voder and wife, Mrs. Harriett
Stump and Bert Dodds spent Sun
day with Fiank Shaffer and wife.
trances Knisely left Wednesday
for the western part of the state
whore she will teach school this
Mrs. Lloyd Knisely entertained a
few girls one afternoon last week at
her home in honor of her sister, Miss
Dorothea Redfern of Peru. Nice
refreshments were served.
Chester Stump and family left
Wednesday for Shickley where they
will visit a day or so with Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson. From there they go
to Hastings to attend a camp meet
Bert Dodds preached his first ser
mon at the Silver Creek church on
Sunday to a fair sized audience. He
left Monday for the Brethren confer
ence and from there he goes to Ash
land, Ohio to fit himself for the
Do not be persuaded into taking
anything but Foley’s Honey and Tar
for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it
stops the cough and heals the lungs.
School commences Monday.
Olis Spickler went to Shubert last
Omer Sailors went to Nemaha last
Richard Slagle was in Mound City
Leon Vasser is suffering from a
L. H. Morehead is visiting his
mother in Iowa.
Mrs. George Allen visited In Daw
son last week.
Miss llattie Lilly of Verdon visit
ed in Barada Sunday.
Miss Marie Riggs from Sliubert
was a business visitor Monday.
Miss Flossie Wamsley is visiting
her sisterT Mrs. Bridgeman, near Ver
Fred Rockwell was over from Hum
boldt on business the first of the
Levi Bowman returned from Omaha
where he has been attending camp
Marion Arnold of Verdon was in
town Monday in the interest of the
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. George Fel
lers on August 27, an eight pound
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Whittington on August 20th, a little
Mrs. Ida Ransom and daughters of
Falls City were visiting friends here
Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Eva Kemp and daughters,
Ethel and Gladys visited this week
with their aunt. Mrs. Joseph Sur
Mrs. Wilson Wain-ley spent sev
eral days last week near Verdon with
her daughter, Mrs. W. Bridge
Fritz Slagle of Lincoln is visiting
his brother, W. E., and with his nep
hew, Richard, is selling a nice lot of
C. H. Martin and son Melvin wont
to Oregon, Mo., Saturday to visit
Mrs. Philip Markt. Mr. Martin re
turned Sunday but Melvin will spent!
a week with ills sister.
Mesdames E. A. Thompson and T
C. Roe were up from Falls City la.-,'
Thursday. Their sister, Mrs. Susii
Wlliiamson accompanied them liouu
• and visited until Monday.
Dr. Layton of Leavenworth was in
1 ltulo Tuesday.
; Ted MeClealan left Saturday for
Salt Lake City.
Will Hinton of Omaha was a ltulo
Ray MeVey returned from a trip
to Colorado recently.
Miss May Z* ler was a Falls
City visitor Tuesday.
I’hil Horan was a St. Joseph visit
or one day last week.
Robert Dunn made a trip to Mis
souri Sunday morning.
Margaret Kanaly spent Saturday
in Salem with friends.
.1. A. Hinkle made a business trip
to St. Joseph last week.
Mamie Kanaly was a Dawson vis
itor one day last week.
Mrs. Fred Stenhaur visited friends
in llumholdt last week.
F. 10. Kulp of Wyrnore was a Rulo
visitor one day last week.
Mark Wetzel was a Missouri vis
itor tlie first of Hie week.
Mrs. Charles Scott of Hiawatha
was a Rulo visitor Saturday.
Gus Johnson spent Sunday with
his family at Nebraska City.
Ressie Mays of Reserve spent Inst
week with her sister in this city.
Miss Rertha Robison visited rela
tives at Rock port, Mo., last week.
Mrs. Norm Kermode and son were
Preston visitors one day last week.
Mrs, Itobst of DuBois visitou lust
week with her mother, Mrs. Aikman.
Anna Davis visited with White
Cloud friends several days last week.
Mrs. Hoy Hart and two children
went to Hiawatha Saturday for a two
Peter Frederick and Charles Story
and family went to the Lakes fishing
Mr. and Mrs. Ford returned from
a visit with his parents, the first
of the week.
Grandma Anderson and granddau
ghter, went to Hiawatha one day last
Mrs. J. C. Shepherd and'daughter,
Emma went to St.Joseph last week
to visit relatives. Miss Emma will
go from there to Wakeena, Okla., for
her winters work in a millinery store.
Mac Perry went to Falls City the
first of the week to work on the M.
Bert Elliott went to Wymore to
commence work as brakeman on the
Art Hodge, who has been very ill
for the past two weeks, is slowly im
Willis Carpenter and family of
Falls City attended camp meeting here
James Tangney came down from
Lincoln and -spent a few days with
Mrs. Williams and family went to
Fortescue the first of the week to
Clara Aikman and sisters, Maude
and Mable visited with relatives in
St. Joseph last week.
Martha Boylan returned to her
home in Knoxville, Iowa last week,
after a months visit with Rulo rela
The Misses McIntyre, who have
been visiting with Martin Marsh and
family returned to their home in Har
Mrs. George Elliott and little dau
ghter of Boise, Idaho are here for
a month’s visit. Mrs. Elliott was
formerly Miss Anna Miller of this
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A McDon
ald of Los Angeles, Cal., are the
parents of a baby boy born to them
on August 19th. They were former
Mrs. Charles Tagney left Tuesday
for her home at Sheridan, Wyoming,
after a visit to her parents, Mr.and
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bradford received cards this week,
announcing the birth of Harry Will
iam Bradford, August 13, 1909, and
his weight was eight and one-half
Mr. French of the western part
of the state visited Mr. and Mrs. Si
May. Mr. French made Rulo his
home about thirty-five years ago,
but is now the owner of a large
Uncle George Harris was taken to
the hospital at the old soldiers home
at Leavenworth. He has been help
less for some time, and his good
wife was unable to care for him,
so lit; was removed to the hospital.
John Liberty and Will Prater accom
panied him to the hospital.
On Wednesday of last week about
twenty of Grandma May’s friends
went to her home to tell her that
they had come to help celebrate hci
eighty-ninth birthday. A bountiful
dinner was provided by the company,
which was enjoyed to its fullest ex
tent. Several nice- presents were
brought to help grandma keep in
mind the happy event. Also a
lot of beautiful flowers were pre
sented to her. Grandma May.cauie
to Rulo in March, 1858 and has since
made iter home in and near Rulo,
She lias seen great changes in the
city and surrounding county. At a
late hour in tlie afternoon the com
• pany returned to their homes wish
ing her many more happy birthdays.
Theo Weaver visited the county
Mrs. Stlnecipher, who has been ill
with stomach trouble is much better.
The infant son of Mr.and Mrs. Jno.
Tolly is very ill with cholera infan
Miss Virginia Ailor from Auburn
visited her grandparents here this
Miss Luelle Langford of Auburn
visited lust week with Miss Alma
Mildred and Beatrice Me In tire of
Harvard are visiting their aunt, Mrs.
Workmen are busy repairing the
school house, and the childrens’
troubles will begin Monday.
Mrs. Cab Bryant and little son of
Auburn visited last week at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Vaught.
.1. M. Goodloe wont to Omaha Tues
day morning U> drive home the new
Hup auto that Ike Harris Is sporting.
Mrs. Fred Gilbert and children ro
utine l Saturday from their summer
visit in Kansas and southern Neb
Misses Let tie Bryant of Omaha and
Ona and Gertrude McAdams of Au
burn visited last week with Mrs.
Ell Knapp returned last week
hum his western 1 ri|>. He is saiis
fed new that Nebraska is good
enough for him.
Ed Leinehurt, wife and babies, who
have been visiting for some time at
the home of \V. 11. llogrefe left for
i heir home in Omaha Monday.
Miss Alice Harbor, who lias been
managing the Florence hotel for the
pa.;t two mouths left Saturday and
the hotel is t.gain under new manage
We had a slight lain Saturday
morning which failed to lay the dust,
it did cool the atmosphere some. It
was the first rain we have had for
Mr. and Mrs. Poage and litlle dau
ghter of Gower, Mo., visited at the
home of John Mann last week. The
gentlemen are cousins and had not
met for forty-nine years.
C’apl. Evans received the sad news
of the death of a grand-child at Te
cuntseh Sunday. The family left on
the afternoon train to attend the fu
neral which was held Monday.
Mr.and Mrs.Clements, living north
of town, have taken a little baby girl
from the orphan’s home. This same
old couple took a little hoy about a
year and a half ago from the same
Miss Verna Brown and little sis
ter who have been spending the
summer with their grandmother, left
for their home at Kingfisher, OkL,
Tuesday. They were accompanied
as far as Kansas City by their un
cle, Frank Brown.
Mr. Nombalias loaded his house
hold goods Monday and shipped them
to Lincoln where they will make the!
future home. Mr. and Mrs. Nonibal
ias left Tuesday hut Florence and
Alice remained and visited friends
until the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Beaver of Table
Lock were visiting his brother and
family south of town, when their in
fant child was taken suddenly ill with
cholera-infantum, and was in a very
dangerous condition for two weeks.
It has recovered sufficiently that
they returned home Ihe first of the
John Hossack and daughters, Mrs.
Neal Mulligan and Miss Nellie, and
little grandson, Neal Mulligan of
Falls City visited several days last
week with his daughter, Mrs. E.
Withee. Mr. Hossack and Mrs. Mul
ligan and little son returned home on
Sunday but Miss Nellie remained
for a longer visit.
Mrs. N. A. Arnold is quite sick.
Johnnie Constantine is on the
Eugene Dunn was on the sick list
I. A. Dunn went to Falls City on
Ralph Voegle went to Falls City on
N. A. Arnold went to Falls City on
Mrs. I. A. Dunn was among our
sick people last week.
Several of our people are pr; paring
to attend the state fair.
Jacob Arnold expects to have his
new house finished this week.
Several of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Duerfeldt’s, friends received cards
from them, stating they are still at
Seattle having a fine time but are
A few of Miss Bertha Duerfeldt’s
friends gathered at her home Friday
nighi and gave her a surprise in
honor of her sixteenth dirthday. The
evening was spent in playing games.
Ice cream and melon were served.
Five men were shingling on the
I roof of Mr. Strieker’s new barn.when
the scaffold gave way letting them
fall to the ground. Henry and Win.
Strieker sustained badly strained
backs, Lewis Weist a broken. arm
and wrist thrown out of joint.
Dr. Andrews is attending them and
they are getting along nicely.
Morgan Walsh Is in Omaha I his
Dim Halavily returned from a visit
to Lashare, Nob,
Mrs.Hen Strammer returned Thurs
day from St. Joe.
I. itln Hummel was a passenger to
Mrs. Joe Krnsny left this week for
Mrs. It. K. Davis returned Thurs
day from Kansas City.
Mrs. A1 Shaffer and children went
to Fairbury, tills week.
J. T. Hrtggs made a business trip
to Pawnee City Friday.
Nola and Daisy Albright returned
Thursday from Dawson.
Ms. Florence Lynch and children
drove to the Stella picnic.
Sidney Wall was a business visitor
in Haddniu, Kas,, this week.
lllram Hay and family visited his
parents in Elmwood Hits week.
Mrs. J. Curtis of Stella visited at
the home of It. Arnold over Sunday.
Mabelle Davis Is visiting her
grandparents in Woodland Park,
Mrs.Ed Wittwer returned tills week
frbin a visit with her husband in St,
Mrs. Harry llruner, who has been
visiting the Foss families left Friday
for St. Louis.
Mrs. II. Carpenter and Florence
and Floyd Sparks wept to llnvktom,
Colo., tills week.
Mrs. Doll Woods and son and Mrs.
Cass Mann, and daughter,Winnie went
to Lincoln Thursday.
Mrs. Frank Wilson Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. George Grinstead in
Maitland, Mo., tills week.
Mrs. L. Carpenter and daughter,
Cleo are visityig friends and relatives
in Kansas City Ibis week.
Hay Dodge and family are now liv
ing in the property recently occupied
by Walter Hillings and family.
Mrs. Floyd Cooper, who litis been
visiting her parents in Shenandoah,
Iowa for some time returned home
Frank Butterfield left the lust of
the week to meet Ills wife and daugh
ter, Lilian, who have been visiting In
Ohio for gome time.
Mrs. D. W. Meyers of Americas,
Kansas, who lias been visiting Champ
Wright and wife left Thursday for
a visit in Table Hock.
Mrs. A. M. Bobbitt and children of
Kansas City, who have for some time
been visiting at the home of J.Smith
left for Pawnee City Thursday.
Joseph Petrashek and wife, accom
panied by Mrs. Frank Eis and Mrs.
John Holechek left Friday for
Frank, Neb., to attend the funeral of
Frank Krnsny returned from
Omaha Monday accompanied by Ids
wife and son Charles, who have been
receiving medical treatment in a
hospital at that place. We regret
to say both are In very poor health.
Good smooth 80-acre farm, two and
one-half miles from good railroad
market, In Richardson county. Good
eight room house, good barn, other
outbuildings, orchard, etc.
Price $8,000.00 if sold at once.
Health and Beauty Aid.
Cosmetic and lotions will not clear
your complexion of pimples and blot
ches like Foley's Orino Laxative, for
indigestion, stomach and liver trou
ble and hibltual constipation. Clean
ses the system and is pleasant to
take. Kerr’s Pluirmay.
Win. Howell of Barada was In town
•loo Higgins visited his parents
Sherman Colglazier of Verdon was
in town Monday.
Guy Davis visited his unde at.
Hiram Stotts visited friends In
the country Sunday.
John Honningor of Pawnee City
was in town last week.
Miss Vera Bergsma is visiting rel
atives in Haddam, Kas.
A large crowd from here attended
tlie picnic at Stella Friday.
10. C. Itiggs and .1. F. Shubert were
Falls City visitors Monday.
Pearl Shubert was entertained by
friends In tlie country Sunday.
Bee Shubert and wife returnel last
Friday from a two months stay in
Charley lOdwards and family were
the guests of Boy lOdwards and wife
Marvin Crews and family now oc
cupy tlie Thompson property on Rail
Oliver Fuller and wife of Verdon
were tin1 guests of .1. N. Colglazior
and wife Friday.
Tarry Martin and wife visited with
Thomas Howard and family a few
days last week.
Mrs. Charles Solution berg return
ed Sunday from a week’s visit with
relatives in Roekport, Mo.
('. A. Bold and wife wero guests
of tin' former’s brother, Thomas Bold
and family a few days last week.
Miss Bois Downs who lias been vis
iting her grandmother for some time,
left for her home in Portland, Wed
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is today the best
known medicine in use for the re
lief and cure of bowel complaints.
It cures griping, diarrhoea, dysentery,
and should lie taken at the first un
natural looseness of hot bowels. It
is equally valuable for children and
adults. It always cures. Sold by all
I oniiie Lee was sick a few days
Mrs. Clias. Wise has been quite
ill bill Is icput ted better.
C. D. Ayers marketed several
loads of hogs the first of the week.
Mrs. Stevenson of DuBois epent
Sunday with her cousin, Mrs. Mc
I Mrs. Hunt was over from Strauss
, villo, hte guest of old neighbors
, last week.
Miss Grace Wittwer came down
from her home near Coatsville the
latter part of last week to visit her
parents, John Sims and wife.
Carl Warner and wife left the lat
ter part of last week for their home
in Montana after a month's visit
with the McGinnis family.
Many people delude themselves by
saying "It will wear away,” when
they notice symptoms of kidney nnd
bladder trouble. This is a mistake.
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy, and
stop the drain on the vitality. It
cures backache, rheumatism, kidney
and bladder trouble, and makes every
trace of pain, weakness, and urinary
trouble disappear. Kerr’s Pharmacy.
Almost new modern five room cot
tag''. closets, pantry, etc., within two
blocks of new Catholic church. Price
$1 ,,ri00. Phone 287 or write, Box 513
Falls, City, Nebraska. 34-tf
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