The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, September 10, 1909, Image 6

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date with
They tell me he is strictly up-to
date and well posted on all classes
of domestic animals and also farm
property in general.
Me can certainly please you. as he has had s xteen years expe
rience. He is also from Missouri, and if given the opportunity will
"SHOW YOU" results.
or TELEGRAPH (at my exponse,
i Phones 160-131-216 Falls City. Neb.
Falls City Marble Works
R. A. & F. A. NEITZEL, Managers
We are now carrying the largest and best selected
stock of Marble and Granite ever carried in Southeas
tern Nebraska. We would be pleased to show you
through the stock, which is made up of the latest tie
signs in ami which we are prepared to turn out in the
highest degfee of art at a cost as low as any responsi
ble firm can puote you.
Write for Designs and Prices Before
Placing Your Order
Falls City Marble Works
R. A and F. A. NEITZEL, Managers
10c Window 15c
No article in the-window over 15c.
See the Glass and China on display at 10 and
15c. We will have a special-priced China and
Glass Window for several weeks, taken from
our regular stock.
Coffees our Specialty
Don't forget the Grocery Stock at
Ghas. M. Wilson’s
It has ^largest circulating flue
a base burner!
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The County in General
The “Doings” of Our Country Friends
and Neighbors.
Willis Carpenter and family visited
! relatives here Sunday.
Kd MeVcy made a trip to Hrawn
| iha one day last week.
Mrs. C. J. Huber visited with Hia
watha friends last week.
Kd Pot net of Falls City was it Rulo
visitor Sunday afternoon.
Nom Kernode, wife and baby were
Atchison visitors last week.
Mrs. Dykes of Preston was a Rulo
visitor one day last week.
Geen Goolsby, wife and baby took in
the circus at St. Joe Monday.
Will Cunningham was a business
visitor to Kansas City Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tagney of Oklahoma
are visiting Phil Horan and wife.
Ruth Kaualy and Krnma Danneckcr
went to Salem Sunday afternoon.
Nellie Coupe and brother of Falls
City visited Rulo friends Sunday.
Talbert Hinkle took a pleasure trip
to St. Joseph one day last week.
Tom Whalen came home from Hia
watha last week to visit liis mother.
Drs. Henderson and Tefft were
Falls City visitors one day last week.
Edith, Clarence and Walter Kcr
mode were Preston visitors Saturday.
Mrs. J. W. Cunningham returned
from n visit with friends at Kansas
Mrs. Inks and son of Salem visit
ed with Will True and family Iasi
Mrs. I'. T. Duncan was a business
visitor to l’reston the first of the
Earl Shepherd of St. Joseph visil
et? with home folks a few days last
Mrs. A. D. Larabee of Preston vis
ited with relatives in tins city last
M. Polk of Kansas City was a
business visitor here the first of the
(ius Johnson went to Nebraska City
Sunday to visit a short time with his
Miss Lena Hallett of Peru came
Friday to be ready for her school on
Mrs. Will Dorste returned last
week from a visit with relatives at
St. Joseph.
Edith Hinkle left Wednesday for
Fayette, Mo., to attend school the
coming year.
Clyde Adams and wife returned
Sunday from a visit to relatives at
Nebraska City.
John Mooney shlpp« d u carload of
goats and hogs to Kansas City one
night last week.
Miss Bertha Kernon came last week
to take tip her school work here for
the coming year.
Ms. A. Darveau and children re
turned last week from a visit with
her mother, near Salem.
Miss Clark of Missouri lias opened
up a millinery store in the Ella
Carpenter store building.
Humphrey Peekinpaugh and. wife
of Hiawatha were visiting llulo rel
atives tlie first of the week.
James Cranmer and family of
Washington visited J. A. Hinkle and
family the last of the week.
Fred Ball returned from Lincoln
one day last week, where lie spent
two weeks with his mother.
Charlie Maze who lias been sic k at
Dawson for the past two weeks was
able to return to Rulo Friday.
The convent opened their school
Monday morning. Three sisters from
Concordia, Kas., have charge.
John and Theodore Majerus, J. A.
Osburn and Mac Vastlne left last
week 'O look at Colorado land.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simon, return
ed last week from Excelsior Springs,
both much improved in health.
The camp meeting closed Monday
morn>Dg. A good crowd attended
during the ten days time which it
Pof. Voegelin returned from his visit
in the east the latter part of the
week and was ready for school
Monday morning.
Mrs. Will True and Lesley Inks
left Sunday for Colorado Springs.
They go hoping the trip and climate
may benefit Mrs. True’s health. She
has been failing in health for some
Sam Hall and Leslie Inks drove to
Salem one day last week. The team
became frightened at an automobile,
upset the buggy and threw the boys
out. The men in the auto caught
the team before they got away. The
buggy was slightly broken and the
boys badly seared.
Testifies After Four Years.
Carlisle Center, N. Y., G. B. Bur
hans, 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.
Jessie McDenuet spent Wednesday
in Peru.
Clara McDcrmet was a Peru visitor
Mrs. Tyner returned from Lincoln'
Miss Jessie Jones went to Falls
City Monday.
Mrs. Ray Huston went to St.
.Joseph Tuesday.
Miss Cecil Sheely was a Peru vis
itor Wednesday.
Dr. Greene and wife of Falls City
spent Sunday in Salem.
Mrs. S. H. Bailie of Falls City was
a Salem visitor Sunday.
Ms. It. R. Rule spent Sunday with
her parents at this place.
Dr. G. W. Reneker and family were
up from Falls City Sunday.
Dean Windle lias accepted a posi
tion at Salem with the B. & M.
Miss Cecil Sheely went to Lincoln
Monday to attend the state fair.
Miss Pearl Sheely and Mr. Wing of
Falls City spent Sunday evening in
William Kelly of Lincoln spent
Saturday and Sunday with Miss Ce
cil Sheely.
Mr. anti Mrs. Lorance and daughter
Miss Jennie, of Kansas spent Sunday
in Salem.
John Davis returned Sunday from
a visit, to relatives and friends at
Pawnee City.
Josh Lord nd family were among
the Falls City people who spent Sun
day at this place.
Mrs. Eliza Goolsby of Verdon is
spending the week with W. W. Mc
Dermet and family.
Mrs. Frelze and her neice of Mound
City, Mo., are visiting'at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dowell.
The Shlldneck Bros, purchased the
Lon Turner hardware store Monday,
and will consolidate the two.
Mrs. Bud Rose returned home Fri
day from her long western trip. She
has been gone several months.
Frank Kaulsma, nephew of G. W.
Sheely, who has been in South Amer
ica for the past two years, arrived
in Salem Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richardsou of Lin
coln spent a very pleasant evening
Wednesday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Sheely.
Miss Lucy Gregory, who has been
in poor health for some time was
able to take up her work at the Pe
ru Normal Monday morning.
The many friends of Mrs. Jennie
Shaw will be sorry to learn of her
serious illness. Mrs. George Knep
per is taking care of her baby while
she is sick.
Your complexion as well as your
temper is rendered miserable by a
disordered liver. By taking Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
you can improve both. Sold by all
George Koenig spent Sunday with
home folks.
Ruby Waggoner is teaching school
at Williamsville.
Ms. Ramel is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. John Gleason.
Della and Kate Santo spent Sunday
wit it Ruth Wheeler.
Sam Gleason had business at Rulo
the last of the week.
Albert Flutseher and family were in
this vicinity Sunday.
Albert Zimmerman was a county
seat visitor this week.
Charles Santo was a Hamburg visit
or the last, of the week.
R. D. Waggoner and son, Daniel,
were in Fails City Friday.
M. Manuevilie spent Sunuay with
John Bauman and family.
Mrs. Trefzer of Falls City is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Ablutz.
Kate Santo came up from St. Joe
for a visit with her mother.
A. F. Randolph and son Ralph,
were Rulo visitors last week.
Tom Gleason and Charles McCoy
of Craig were here Saturday.
A mission feast was held at the
German Lutheran church Sunday.
Mrs. Jake Wissinger and son Wal
ter were in this vicinity Saturday.
Ida, Maggie and Frances Pierce of
Rulo were in this vicinity Tuesday.
Will Frederick and wife were visit
ors to Falls City the last of the week.
Miss Maggie- Pierce opened school
Monday morning with a large attend
Mrs. Waggoner and children were
the guests of Mrs. E. E. Dufee Wed
Dora and Lee Speers transacted
business in the vicinity of Hamburg
Mrs. Albert Randolph leaves Mon
day for Missouri for a visit with her
John Michel,Henry Zimmerman and
Leo Wintz were shopping in Fargo
this week.
Pearl Waggoner and Lucy Ander
son spent Friday with A. F. Randolph
and family.
Thomas Lilly, wife and little son
were Barada visitors Sunday.
Ur. Gandy of Uuuiboldt made thin
place a call one day this week.
Miss Hattie 1.illy took charge of
tiie Barada schools Monday morn
Camilla Boatman spent Sunday
at Barada with her brother and his
wife.. „
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Oathout are
entertaining relatives from Oconto,
Fritz Shirkolk sold a fine horse to
the horse buyer Friday. He got $225
for her.
.1. S. Lord of Falls City spent Sat
urday here with his brother, C. A.
and family.
Mrs. Rulla Reasoner and children
are now visiting relatives and friends
at Ashland, Neb.
Carl Chardler returned home on
Monday from Pender where he spent
a week with relatives.
Miss Pearl Shubert is now home
after spending some time with rela
tives at different points.
Mrs. Grant Shubert was called to
Howe during the week by the seri
ous illness of her brother.
.1. C. Schulenberg and wife were
tin guests of relatives at Falls City
a few days during the week.
Mies Olive Hanika has just re
turn* d from Kansas where she spent
several days with her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Schuleubefig
returned from their trip to Colorado.
They visited relative's and and also
many places of Interest.
Mrs. Smith and son, Lawrence left
during the week for their home in
Omaha, after spending several weeks
with the former’s parents here.
Homer Saylors “and family of Bara
da passed here Sunday oil their way
to Verdon where they visited Mrs.
Saylor’s parents. They were in their
new auto.
Fault Woodring and family return
ed home from Rockport, Mo., Thurs
day after spending a few days with
relatives and friends here and at llar
ada and Falls City.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schulenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Peters and little
daughter, Mildred, were entertained
at the home of John Rumbaugh and
wife east of Barada Sunday.
C. A. Lord and family left Tues
day for Lincoln where they expect to
make their future home. They leave
a host of friends here who regret to
lose them, hut wish them suc
cess In their new home.
WE base our confidence in
our future prosperity on
our determination to give
efficient service and cour=
teous treatment to ALL
our patrons; because
these things have com
tributed so largely to our
past success.
The Farmers’ State
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i ation.
BERT WINDLE, D. I). S„ Assistant
Falls City, Nebraska
Magnetic Healing
Miss Lizzie Heitland, a gradu
ate of the Weltmer School of
Magnetic Healing, of Nevada,
Mo. I am prepared to treat dis
eases of all kinds. Phone 279.
Located at Mrs. Burris’ residence
south of the convent. 4t
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:: D. S. HcCarthy
' ; Prompt attention given | '
‘ [ to tile removal of uouec- , ,
' ' hold goods. , 1
i ’ll 111 11 11 111 I I 11
Phones: Non. 177, 217
Sam'l. Wahl Building
Office over Kerr’s Pharmacy
Office Phone 260 Residence Phone 271
Phone 248 Over Richardson County
Passenger Trains
South Bound
Tr. 104—St. Louis Mail and Ex
press.1:23 p. m.
Tr. 106—Kansas City Exp., 3:41 a. m.
Tr. 132 x—K.C.local leaves.,7:30 a. m.
Tr. 138 x—Falls City arrives 9:00 p. ra.
x—Daily except Sunday
North Bound
Tr. 103—Nebraska Mail and Ex
press.1:52 p.m.
Tr. 105—Omaha Express... ,2:23 a. m.
Tr. 137 x—Omaha local leaves 6:15 a m.
Tr. 13! x Fall? City loon! ar
rives.8:45 p.m.
x--Daily exceDt Sunday
Local Frt. Trains Carrying Passengers
North Bound
Tr. 192x—To Atchison.11:10 a. m.
South Bound
Tr. 191x—To Auburn...1:23 pm.
J. B. VARNER. Agent
Burlington Route
West Bound
No. 13—Denver Exp.1:10 a. tn.
No. 15—Denver Exp. (Local). 1:40 p. m.
No- 43—Portland Exp_10:17 p. m.
No. 41—Portland Exp.2:25 p. m.
No. 121—Lincoln Loc. via Ne
braska City ..5:00 a. m.
East Bound
No. 14—St. J., K. C. & St. L..7:3S a. m.
No. 44—St. J., K. C. & St. L..
(Local).4:11 a. m.
No. Hi—St. J., K. C. & St. L. .4:22 p. m.
No. 42 St. J,, K. C. & St. L.. i:00 p, m
No 122—From Lincoln, via
Nebraska City.8:45 p m.
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