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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1909)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
Vera Gould began her school near
Howe Inst Monday.
S. H. Bailey and wife moved into
the lioime recently vacated by .1. R.
E. Wheeler is on the sick list, be
ing confined to his home with rheu
Mrs. Theodore Weaver visited in
Falls City with friends Friday and
L. M. Swan and wife of Peru visit
ed over Sunday with Geo. Mitchell
H. V. Davis went to Burwell ' last
Fiday to look for a location for a
S. R. Feed and wife drove to Bern,
Kansas last week for a week’s vis
it with friends.
Mrs. Lizzie Shiley is spending a
couple of weeks in the country visit
Fred Spivy of University Place was
in town last week to attend the fu
neral of little Ralph Tolly.
Miss Constance Saver is making
her home with her aunt and attend
ing the Stella High school.
Earl Butler began his term of
school in the Hodge district Monday
with an enrollment of twenty-two.
M. H. vandeventer and wire lert
last week for a week's visit at the
latter’s old home at Hollenburg, Kas.
Mrs. Noah Allen and children of
Omaha are visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Norman
Miss Blanch Monette returned to
Atchison Tuesday where she will con
tinue her school work at tiie Mid
Mrs. Artherton of Salem, who has
spent the summer here with her
niece, Mrs. Frank Hinkle, returneed
to her home last week.
Nonmn Smiley and wife returned
last week from a month’s visit in
the east, where Mr. Smiley attended
a reunion of his regiment.
Joseph Marts and wife are visiting
relatives near Stella this week, hav
ing been called here by the death of
their grandson, Ralph Tolly.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Curtis gave a
family dinner last Sunday, (here
were twenty-four present for dinner,
representing seven families.
Max Keefer and wife have moved
their sleeping rooms from the Kleck
ner house to the rooms over their
restaurant, vacated by Mrs. Raper.
Miss Fairy Thomas, of Lincoln,
who had spent her summer vacation
with Stella friends, returned home
last week to take up her school work
Mrs M. Shafer, who has been sick
most of the summer, wras able to be
taken to the home of her daughter
last Sunday to attend a family
Mrs. Jacob Hinkle was a Falls
City visitor last week. She was help
ing care for her daughter, Mrs. dess
Brown, who has been sick for sev
W. H. Hogrefe’s family moved to
Lincoln last week where Hazel will
continue her school work. Harry
Hogrefe will occupy the house va
cated by his father.
Helen Baldwin spent Friday night
and Saturday at the country home of
E. Withee and wife. She was the
guest of Nellie Hossack of Falls
City, who is visiting her sister.
Miss Mable Culp of Nemaha, who
had been visiting a couple of weeks
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lyanna, went to the country Friday
to visit her aunt, Miss Louise Lyan
The Misses McIntosh of Harvard,
who have been visiting their aunt, for
a couple of weeks, left for their home
at Harvard. They were accompanied
by their cousin, Ernest Morgan, who
will attend school at that place.
School op Monday with Mm*.
Ola. Crook as teacher.
This place was well represented
at the Sabetha races last week.
Sam. Kennedy and family of Salem
spent Sunday with the McGinnis fam
Tom Moris and family visited over
Sunday with his brother south of
Supt. T. J. Oliver preached at the
Christian church near here Sunday
morning and evening.
Mrs. O. C. Ayers returned Friday
from Nehawka where she had been
attending the district conference of
the r. B. church as a delegate.
E. VVittwer went to Coatsville Sat
urday accompanied by his nephew,
Charles Wittwer of Salem to visit
brothers of the latter on a ranch.
Do not be persuaded into taking
anything but Foley’s Honey and Tai
for chronic coughs, bronchitis, "hay
fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it
stops the cough and heals the lungs.
Lute Kotouc returned Friday from
A. A. Tame i \\u> down from Lin
Lewis Edwards of Falls City was
in town Saturday.
Mrs. Will Norton and children went
to Lincoln Saturday.
Fae Sanford returned Sunday from
a trip to the Pacific coast.
School opened Monday with an
unusually large enrollment.
Mrs. Sue Wheeler and son, Guy,
went to Table Rock Thursday.
Veda Waggoner left Friday for a
visit with her sister in Aurora.
Mrs. A. J. Buerstetta and little son
returned Friday from a St. Joseph
Leonard Mann and Walter Legg
went to Franklin Thursday on busi
Madge Ford, after a several weeks'
visit in Red Oak, Iowa,returned home
The Humboldt concert band fur
nished music at Johnson the last of
Ms. Clay Edwards and little son
left Friday to visit relatives in
Frank Butterfield, v ffe and daugh
ter. Lillian, returned Tuesday from
a trip to Ohio.
Mrs. Hattie Ilunzeker from Elk
Creek is visiting with her aunt, Mrs.
Miss Neva Pliilpot left Friday for
Broken Bow, where she will attend
school tli is year.
Mrs. Will Alexander and little
daughter of Dawson visited Dr. Mor
ris and family this week.
Mark Williamson, who lias employ
ment in Falls City, was in Humboldt
between trains Thursday.
Mrs. J. Atwood entertained the
ladies Missionary society at her
home Thursday afternoon.
Gabriel Krasny of Ames, Neb., was
here Tuesday to attend the funeral
of his nephew, Charles Krasny.
Boyd Nehr left this week for Mc
Cook, where lie will work on the
ranch owned by Mason Shurtleff.
Charles Albright and wife of
Dawson visited several days with W.
B. Albright and family of this city.
Ilia Nehr left Friday for Itulo and
on Monday took up the work as a
teacher in the schools at that place.
Grace Colson left this week for
Merna, Neb., where she has accept
ed a position as principal of the
Hose Klossner left Friday for Mil
ligan, where she will teach the
eighth grade in the public school at
Mrs. L. S. Hackett entertained at
her home Wednesday afternoon com
plementary to Mrs. Clinton Lytle of
Miss Minnie Unkefer and her neice,
Helen Allen, who have been sight
seeing in the east returned the first
of the week.
Mrs. Jno. Powers pleasantly enter
tained the Philanthea club of the
Presbyterian church at her hoilie Fri
Sybile Wilson, a trained nurse, who
has been attending James H. Smith
during his recent illness returned to
Mrs. S. E. Davis gave a six
o'clock dinner in honor of Calvert Ed
wards and Harry Boyd, who expect
to attend college.
Miss Carrie McCready of Camp
bell, Neb., who has been employed
as principal in our schools arrived
in- the city Thusday.
Word was received here Thursday
that Hattie Bennington of Table Rock
and Art Wise of this place were mar
ried at Pawnee City that day.
While playing w'ith a sickle Wll
helmina Tjaden had the misfortune
to cut her hand so severely that the
services of a doctor were required.
Harry Norton, the little son of the
editor of the “Standard,“had the mis
fortune of breaking his arm last
''"huisday while working with the
Mrs. Minnie Grinstead Himes, a
former school teacher of this place,
and daughter, Lois, of Spokane,
Wash., visited Dr. J. A. Waggener
and family this week.
Joseph Petrashek and wife, accom-'
panied by Mrs. John Holechek and
Mrs. Frank Kis, returned the last of
the week from Funk, Nebr., where
they attended the funeral of Wensel
Mrs. Tom Maxwell met. with a pain
ful accident Thursday while working
with the cream seperator. In some
manner she crushed one of her fin
gers so badly that it was necessary to
Rev. George Adylotte, pastor of
the Christian church is the third min
ister who has resigned bis pastorate
during the last month. He expects to
leave the first of October to accept
a charge in New Orleans, La.
Rev. Fred Arnold has resigned his
pastorate of the Baptist church of
this place aiul left Thursday for
Boston. Me will also visit other points
of interest, and wilt then enter a
Theological seminary at KoehesteV.
Bev. C. M. Cantrnl! ottered his
resignation as pastor of the Presby
terian t hurt'll Sunday. At a meeting
of the congregation, the resignation
was accepted. He will leave the
first of October for ITineetown, N.J.
where lie will take n post-graduate
Charles Krasny. the nine year old
son of Frank Krasny and wife of
this city, died Saturday evening af
ter an extended illness, death being
due to a disease of the heart. Fune
ral services were held from the home
Tuesday morning and interment in
the city cemetery.
Monday being Labor day, Barada
had no mail.
C. II. Martin is taking in the state
fair this wfeek.
H. H. Woodring and son, Henry,
were in town Sunday.
A1 Gushard and wife were shopping
in Falls City Tuesday.
Migs Verna Wilkinson of Verdon
is visiting relatives here.
On Thursday a large picnic party
spent the day at Morehead Island.
Mannie Allen of St. Joseph is
visiting friends and relatives here.
Rev. Lawrence Scott of Texas held
meetings at the Christian church last
R. J. Dunn and daughter, Hazel,
left Monday for a visit in Plain City,
Mrs. Elizabeth Duerfeldt of Ne
maha is visiting her neice,, Mrs. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schulenburg
visited Sunday with .1. F. Rumbaugh
Miss Bertha Duerfeldt went to Falls
City Sunday where she will attend
Harry and Lizzie Zubrick of Ver
don spent Sunday at the home of
E. E. Butler.
J. S. Spickler and sons, Otis and
DeLos, started for So. Dakota Wed
nesday to purchase land.
Loy Franklin, Harley, Kittle, Lela,
Henry and Ralph Butler are taking
in the state fair this week.
Gus Duerfeldt and wife returned
last week from an extended visit to
Montana, Oregon and Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rumpf of St.
Joe visited the first of the week with
Mrs. Rumpf’s aunt, Mrs. E. E. But
A. W. Nixon was recently treating
his friends to Genetan apples kept
over from last year. They were
firm, sound, and delicious.
School began Monday. Misses
Marie Riggs and Hattie Lilly teach
in Barada; Miss Ella Kuhlman in
District No. 1; Miss Mary Dodds in
Dist. No. 24: Harry VanEst of Brown
ville in Dist. No. 20.
E. V. Goff, who has been ill at the
home .of his brother,J. B. Goff for
some time, died Saturday, September
4th, of tuberculosis. The body was
taken to Hamburg, Iowa for inter
ment. We extend sympathy to the
Not a minute should be lost when
a child shows symptoms of croup.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy given
as soon as the child becomes hoarse,
or even after the croupy cough ap
pears, will prevent the attack. Sold
by all druggists.
N. A. Arnold went to Falls City
Mrs. Henke who has been very ill
Andew Lippold and family went to
Falls City Thursday.
August Neimohler marketed a car
load of hogs this week.
Wendell Gerwick and family went
to Falls City Thursday.
Wm. Wheeler is putting a rock
foundation under his barn.
I. A. Dunn is hauling rock for the
foundation for his new corn crib.
Mrs. Anderson of Emporia, Kas.,
is visiting at Jacob Wissinger's
'Jacob Arnold is dangerously ill at
his home. He has symptoms of ty
Misses Emma and Bertha Duerfeldt
are attending High school at Falls
City this year.
N. A. Arnold and wife and Miss
Ogg of Shubert visited at I. A.
Miss Hazel Dunn and Katie Ger
wick and company spent Friday even
ing at Mr. Gerwicks.
Mrs. Fuller of Falls City and her
sister of St. Louis were visiting at
the home of Wm. Goetz Friday.
Dist. No. 23 opened school last
Monday with twenty-eight scholars
present and" Mr. John Feieht as the
John Constantine, who was better
last week, grew worse Sunday and
the attending physician states that
he has symptoms of typhoid fever.
R. J. Dunn, wife and iwo daughters
Lottie and Hazel and Miss Flossie
Wamsley spent Sunday afternoou at
the home of J. A. Dunn. Mr. Dunn
and daughter, Hazel, will leave soon
for a visit in Ohio.
Grand Parade, with floats, at 2:30
Illuminated Parade at night
German and English Speakers
Two Military Bands and
All are Invited
New Fall and Winter
Styles Are Here
Children’s and Misses’ Dresses
New Fall and Winter Styles and Cloths are in.
You will find a real economy in buying these
dresses. There is something of novelty in their
make and decoration which distinguishes them
from most of the home-made creations.
Dress Goods and Suitings
Every shade and woven design at from 50c to
$2.50 per yard, will be found on our counters. In
the new colors—Wisteria, Catawba, Ashes of
Roses. Reseda, Rasin and Egg Plant—our assort
ment is complete.
Remnants of Best Cloths
Every short length of high and low grade has
been put on our center table, at very low prices
to close. This offering includes some of the best
cloths and affords an opportunity to
get great value seldom offered.
Sweaters Very Popular
We are selling Sweaters freely. You
may remember the difficulty we had
in getting them last season. Come at
once if you are thinking of buying
one or more. Prices range from
$1.40 to $5.00. Colors White, Oxford
and Cardinal. They are very popular.
V. C. LYFORD
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