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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1909)
THE COMERS AND GOERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME.
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week.
—Eat Sowle's Candy.
—Dr. Wilson, Wahl’s building.
Dow Whitaker was down from Au
Tom Cain of Dawson was a Sun
day visitor hero.
See Clarence Heck for your coal
this fall. Phone 101.
Oliver Heikes and wife were over
from Morrill Saturday.
Miss Celia Pearson was down from
Salem, shopping last Friday.
Ferd Harlow returned Friday from
a business trip to St. Joseph.
Will Murphy and Miss Agnes Mc
Keiver were Salem visitors Sunday.
Miss Josie Mahoney of Reserve,
entered the Keister Tailoring school
The Misses Easley of Salem,
were guests of Mrs. A. G. Wanner
Bert Baker came home Saturday
from a week's visit to his parents,
southwest of Salem.
Miss VanDegrift of Kansas City,
arrived the latter part of last week
to visit Miss Iva Kent.
William Clark of Minneapolis, visit
ed his sister. Mrs. L. C. Beasley, the
latter part of last week.
Clifford Wahl left Wednesday for
St. Marys, Kansas, where he will
attend school again this year.
Miss Agnes Sinclair of Preston
arrived in the city Sunday and will
attend the High school this year.
Ray Graham will leave soon for
Eugene, Oregon, where he will be a
student at the Oregon University.
Ms. Fred Nettlebeck went to Lin
coln Sunday, to attend the State
fair and visit her sister, Mrs. Beyette.
Mrs. Belle McPherson returned
Saturday night, from a week’s visit
with relatives in Marysville, and St.
Bruno Hanson returned to Omaha
Sunday night after a short visit
with his wife at the home of her
J. S. Lord and family went up in
the auto to Salem, Sunday, where
they visited relatives and attended
Mrs. Frank Parriott, who lias been
visiting her parents, P. \V. Peterson
and wife, returned Sunday to her
home in Peru.
Mr. and Mrs. Fowler and a sister
of the latter who are visiting here
from St. Louis, were state fair visit
ors this week.
Mrs. G. C. Parriott, who lias been
visiting the family of her father, P.
W. Peterson, returned to her home in
Nemaha City Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. Greene were among
our town people, who attended the
Salem assembly last Sunday. They
went up in their auto.
J. H. Morehead, who took Lis dau
ghter, Dorothy, and son. Edwin, over
to DesMoines last week to tlie state
fair, returned Friday.
Misses Jennie Prater and Mamie
Palmer and Messrs Tom Murphy and
Bob Bales drove to Salem Sunday
afternoon, to the assembly.
Mrs. S. L. Redwood and daughter,
Miss Ellen, and Will Redwood and
wife, returned Friday from a very
pleasant trip to Colorado.
Mrs. Thomas Palmer who has been
spending a couple of weeks with her
parents in this city, returned Wednes
day to her home in Shickley, Neb.
Mrs. Louis McPherson and son,
Edward, came over from Stanberry
Saturday on their way to their home
in Denver. They were guests of J.
A. Stockton and family.
—Dont' forget this is the right time
to put in your cement walks. Plenty
of rock, sand and cement on hand to
do your work on short notice.—Chas.
l-ieineman.—Phones 111, 119 337.
David Talbert of Mound City, Mo.,
moved his family here last week.
Because of the scarcity of houses, he
had to take the Frank Wilson farm
house, a mile west of town. There
are no vacant houses in the city
Oman Lutz, wife and little daughter
of Columbus, Texas spent a few
days last week with his sister, Mrs.;
Carrie Paxton. Mrs. Paxton and son,
Thomas, accompanied them to Sabe
tha, where they spent a few days vis
iting their mother. Mir. Lutz return
ed home the first of the week and his
wife and daughter will visit with
relatives in St. Joseph until October
1st. Ms. Paxton and son returned to
this city Saturday.
Are you going to register at the
Opening October 4th to 23rd of the
Cheyenne and Standing Rock Reser
vations? Then you want to know
something about the land. Send 2G
cents for our interesting booklet,
compiled by state historian, telling all
about them. Including handsome ma
(in three colors) of South Dakota
showing lands to be opened. This
alone worth the money. Wrap up a
quarter and send for copy today.—
Homestead Information Bureau,
Pierre, South Dakota. 36-tf
Some one will be compelled lo
show a public spirit and at the same
time make a good investment, by
■reeling a number of cottages for
rent. At the present time it is im
possible to get a place to live in and
not a day passes without Inquiry
for a house. If Falls City expects
to expand, some one will be compell
ed to furnish residences.
—Dont forget this is the right time
to put in your concrete walks. Plenty
of rock, sand and cement on hand to
do your work on short notice. Don't
forget we build concrete stock tanks
of all kinds on short notice. Phone
111, 119, 337—or a postal card will do
the business.—Charles Heineman.
Mrs. John Oswald returned from an
ter, Miss Nellie returned home hist
Friday front their visit in the East.
While in Indiana they visited Indian
apolis and there enjoyed a visit with
Mrs. Thomas Snyder, formerly Miss
Elfie Foster of this city.
Mrs. A. Graham returned home
last Saturday night from a trip of
several months on the coast. She ha
had a splendid trip, including points
of interest in Washington, Oregon
Mrs. Caroline Miller has recently
moved into I lie cottage site purchas
ed of Clem Firebaugh near the old
water works plant. She had an ad
dition built and some remodeling done
Miss Frances Lookabill returned
to tills city Friday, from her home in
Blue Springs, and will have the pos
ition as principal of the Central
school this year.
Ms. Minnie Grinstead Himes, of
Spokane, Wash., arrived Saturday
for a visit with her father, Uncle Geo
Ginstead, and her sisters, Miss Floy
and Mrs. John Gilligan.
Mrs. Geo. Lum and daughter, Miss
Gertrude, were down from Verdon
a few days the latter part of the
week, guests at the home of An
Ms. John Oswald returned from an
extended visit in LosAngeles, with
relatives. She visited many interest
ing places and enjoyed a delightful
Miss Minnie McDonald returned
Friday from Minnesota, where she
had spent a delightful summer vaca
tion on the lakes aud at her old
John Putnam purchased the little
vottage just south of W. W. Jenne’s
i! Mrs. Ruth‘Dennis, and will move
his family there in the near future.
Mrs. Ellen Forney returned the
first of tiie week to her home in
Marion, Kansas after a visit with
relatives and friends here.
Miss Agnew arrived from her home
in Rockford, 111., last Friday and will
again have charge of music and draw
ing in our schools.
Mrs. Grant Smith and children re
turned to their home in Stella Friday
after a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Goolsby.
Mrs. Theodore Weaver was down
from Stella a few days the latter
part of the week looking after legal
Mrs. Andrew Cameron and children
returned Saturday from a week's visit
with the Hayes family, southeast of
Mrs. Siipon Davies ran a needle
into her foot last Saturday and for
several days was crippled up as a
Mrs. S. M. Beachy returned last
Saturday, from a visit of a few days
with friends in Sabetha and Morrill.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jussen left
Monday for a several weeks’ visit
at their old home in Rippen, Wis.
Bob Mason came home last Sat
urday from Reserve, where he had
been working during the summer.
Miss Myrtle Bowers returned Fri
day from a visit witli friends and rel
atives in Ft. Collins and Denver.
Mr. and Mrs Peter Resterer were
among the many from here who at
tended the Salem assembly.
Carl Mason left for Springfield,
Mo., Thursday, and will attend bus
iness college there this year.
Miss Daisy Foley returned Satur
day from a week's visit with friends
in Kansas City and St. Joe.
Miss Maine Hutchings returned on
Friday from a two months’ visit with
her brother near Superior.
E. O. Lewis came home last Fri
day evening from a business and
pleasure trip to Omaha.
Ms. P. S. Heacock is visiting her
daughter, Ms. Ray Gould, of Omaha
Miss Marie Crottie returned Friday
from a visit with her sister in St.
—A nice bunch of little cattle for
sale, cash or time.—H. 1. Hunt. It
Mrs. George Lawrence of Salem
was shopping here Friday.
James Sinclair was up from Pres
ton on business Saturday.
Milton Zimmerman was a Rulo vis
itor to this city Friday.
Stanley and Scott Stump were
Salem visitors Sunday.
—Dr. Trumpore—Massuer and face
Massage, Phone 267. 31tf.
See Clarence Heck for your coal
this fall. Phone 101.
Albert Adams and wife were down
from Salem Friday.
Jim Hayes of Salem was in town
Miss Nellie Downs hus again boon
a victim of malaria.
Louie Davidson and Walter Tanner
drove to Salem Sunday afternoon.
Florence Parc hen visited Verdon
relatives the latter part of the week.
Herbert Marr returned Saturday
from a visit to friends at Elmwood,
Miss Lucile Mettz went to St,
Joseph Saturday, to visit Mr. and
Mrs. llal Sowles.
M rs. W. S. Leyda and daughters
went to Kansas City Friday, to visit
over Sunday with friends.
Miss Stella Schock was a Verdon
visitor the first of the week.
Ralph Jenne and Keith McMillan
went to Kansas City Monday.
Miss Maybollc Poteet and Mr. Kles
ton were Salem visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John VV. Holt were
guests of Mrs. Lockridge in Lincoln
A1 Spear went to Lincoln Tuesday
night on a combination pleasure and
Mrs. Will Crook returned Monday
morning from a visit in Colorado and
Mrs. William Faller and her sister,
Mrs. Nntlmcher, are spending the
week in Lincoln.
Miss Sue Gelding returned Friday
from her visit to Excelsior Springs
and Kansas City.
Miss Emma Spaeth returned from
Auburn, where she visited her cou
sin, Mrs. Ed. May.
J. R. Maddox, of tho Western Paper
Co. of Omaha, was calling upon his
patrons here Tuesday.
Roy Mettz and Cosby Canderbach of
Sabetha visited at the home of J. W.
Powell the first of the week.
Mrs. George Mosly of Helton, Mo.,
arrived last Saturday for a week’s
visit with her sister, Mrs. E. L. San
Miss Loretta Beaver returned Sat
urday from Seattle, Wash., where
she spent her summer vacation with
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kamel of Old,
Miss Myrtle Kamel and Or. Windle
drove to Salem Sunday to attend
Richard King returned Friday from
St.. Paul, Minn., where he spent sev
eral weeks with his sister, Mrs.
Misses Mildred Bowers and Ruth
McMillan, Messrs. Ralph Jenne and
Harry Craig attended the Salem as
sembly last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kamel left
Monday for their home in Old,after
a few days’ visit, at the home of his
father, John Kamel.
Mrs. .1. S. Brannin and her grand
daughter, Margaret Baxter, are vis
iting relatives in Armour and Hardy,
Nebraska this week.
Mrs. Edith Resterer and little son
of St. Joseph arrived Saturday to
visit Mrs. Mary Mettz and other rel
atives for a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Holt and dau
ghter, Nellie Lee, went to Lincoln
Saturday to remain during the state
fair with Mr. and Mrs. John Martin.
Mrs. Amanda Beaver left this
week for her home at Hiller, Nebr.,
after spending several weeks at the
home of her son, Quimby, in this
Misses Lela Powell and Nellie
Craig, and Messrs. Blaine Yoder and
Jean Cain went to the Salem assem
bly Sunday afternoon in the Cain
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Greenwald went
to Humboldt last Saturday. Mrs.
Greenwald remained until Wednesday
with Mrs. Kay Gist while Guy return
ed home Sunday.
V'llHritJB Wfavtfi ttuu win- auu. mio.
Norman Weaver were among the
Gordon people who came to this
city Sunday afternoon to see the
iredge boat work.
Mrs. Etta Schoenheit and son Lo
Lhair. returned Sunday from Colora
do Springs, where they spent the
summer. They left Tuesday for Kan
sas City, wneie they will make ilioi.
home, at 1709 Linwood boulevard.
—LOST—Bill-book, monogram E.
S. B.—Containing draft, lodge re
ceipts and small bill. Party finding
same please keep currency for trou
ble and bring book to The Tribune
Mrs. Mary Asheome of Washington,
I). C., stopped with her sister, Mrs.
Kate II. Steele, last Friday for a
short visit on her way from SanFran
ciseo to heer eastern home. She
resumed her journey Saturday night.
Miss Elta June Boose went to Ver
don Monday morning. She will take
charge of the work in the primary
department in the public schools at
that place until Miss Stella Schock’s
health will permit her to teach. Miss
Sehoek has been in very poor health
for some time and will not be able
to take up the work at the begin
nig of the term.
A Narrow Escape.
Edgar N. Bayliss, a merchant of
Kobinsonville, Del., wrote: “About
two years ago I was thin and sick,
and coughed all the time and if I did
not have consumption, it was near to
it. I commenced using Foley’s Hon
ey and Tar, and it stopped my cough,
and I am now entirely well, and have
gained twenty-eight pounds, all due
to the good results from taking Fol
ey’s Honey and Tar. Kerr's
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it has an especially clean lot of read
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If you want to read not only all of
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