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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1909)
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!HE COIRS AND GOERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND P/IE.
What Your Friends and Their1
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week,
—Eat Sowle’s Candy.
—Dr. Wilson, Wahl’s building.
—See Clarence Heck for oil meal.
—The Candy Kitchen for brick ice
Mrs. John Tiehen was down from
R. E. Grinsiead was down from
See Clarence Heck for your coal
ihfe fall, Phone 101.
Joss Shrimptom was down from Sa
lem on business Saturday.
William McDougal was down from
Salem on business Saturday.
Ben Allison was a business visitor
to our city from Verdon Saturday.
Cecil Graham of St. Louis spent
Sunday with his parents in this city.
George Prater and family spent last
Sunday in Hiawatha with relatives.
Rev. Mated of Leavenworth was
the guest of Rev. Nanninga over
Henry Sanford came in from Abi
lene, Kas., to spend a few days with
Mrs. W. S. Leyda accompanied the
basket bad girls to Sabetha for the
Mrs. Katherine Wylie returned Sat
lurday from a visit witli relatives in
Forest City, Mo.
Mis. Katherine JvVylie went to Au
burn Monday to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Allan 1)7 May.
Bob Wright took in the Falls City
Hiawatha basket ball game last Sat
urday aft Hiawatha.
Miss Mable Poteet went to Hiawa
tha Saturday to visit friends and
attend the ball game.
Jean Cain was among those who
went to Sabetha to attend the game
of basket ball Saturday.
Dr. C. N. Allison and wife left
Monday for a two weeks visit with
relatives in Manhatten, Kas.
"The Girl and the Gawk” is the
brightest comedy-drama seen here in
many a day.—Star, Independence,
Mrs; Peter Restorer left Monday
for Oklahoma City, where she will
visit until after Christmts with rela
Mrs, Mauk and daughter. Miss!
Pearl, of Dover. Okla., are the guests!
of the former's daughter. Mrs. Nan- .
James Falloon went with the bask
et ball boys to Hiawatha to see mem
"do” a club of men. The score was
f>4 to 13.
Will "Mepfinger came up from St.
Joseph Sunday, called here by the
serious illness of his sister, Mrs.
Will Haldamen, who has been em
ployed in the Martin job office in
Council Bluffs, came down Sunday
to visit friends.
Mrs. J. R. Cain. Sr., and little son. |
Julian, and Mrs. Will Julian went to I
Stella Saturday t.o spend Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cain,Jr.
Roscoe Anderson.the candy kid, of
Humboldt was talking sweets in
Falls City Saturday. He represents
the Humboldt Candy Kitchen.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crook left last.
Thursday for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Dalbey at Coin, Iowa. They will
also visit in Hamburg before return
Friends in this city have received i
announcements of the birth of a little J
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kan [
uly at Wessington, Dakota. Their j
many friends extend congratulations;
on the happy event.
Wal Saylor is moving from his
home in the Crook & Towle addition,
to the "property just vacated by the
Simpsos family on the east side of
town. Fred Brecht will move into
the Saylor property soon.
When a cold becomes settled' in ,
the system, it will take several days’
treatment to cure it.and the best rem-t
edy to use is Chamberlain's Cough ;
Remedy. It will cure quicker than I
any other, and also leaves the system
In a natural and healthy condition.
Sold by all druggists.
This is the harvest time for thanks.
True, there have been trials, calam
ities in some other places, homes des
troyed. losses and sorrows, but taking
the country over our blessings have
been very many and far outnumbered
the dark apalling things in life. In
spite of many evils there has been
as much of true sympathy, of genuine
benevolence, of a cordial spirit. of
brotherly love and good fellowship,
we can keep our thanksgiving in th
spirit of the scriptural admonition,
“Be ye thankful.”
Mr. and Mrs. Quivey, who were
guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. i
W. A. Greenwald, returned to their !
home in Omaha Friday.
W. M. Beachy and daughter. Miss
Mable, of Ottawa, Kas., are visiting
the family of his brother, S. W.
The success of the season. “The
Girl and the Gawk” a beautiful play,
well told.—Daily Post, Leavenworth,
F. E. Martin was down from Coun-.|
cil Bluffs, Friday to see his mother
and sister off on their eastern trip.
Mrs. Robert Kanaly was down from
Salem the latter part of the wi-ek
E. K. Hurst accompanied the bas
ket ball team to Hiawatha Saturday.
See Clarence Heck for your coal |
this fall. Phone 101.
Miles Kelly was down from Vet
\V B. Alexand* r was down from
—Young's 1‘anturlum deans and i
presses ladies skirts. 44-tt' j
Mrs. John Bauer of Verdon was aj
visitor here Saturday.
Miss Stella Johnson of Verdon was|
shopping here Saturday.
—Get your chickens some poultry
shells at Heck's feed store. 43-tf
T. J. Helmick of Stella was down
from Stella on business Monday.
\V. L. White spent last Saturday
and Sunday with his family in litis
* Miss Nina Tiehon was down form
Dawson to spend Sunday with Kails
Mrs. Xettlebaek left the latter part
of last week for Shubert to visit her
son, Wjll Xettlebaek and family.
Mrs. Jessie Watson came up from
Reserve Sundae and spent a few
days with H. B. WiMerd and children.
Mrs. Hankins, who lias been visit
ing her daughter. Mrs. Whitfovd. re
turned Saturday to her home in Du
Miss Campbell, w.to has been trim
ming for Mrs. Hyman this season,
left Tuesday for her home in St.
Mrs. L. J. Kite Took spent several
i days the pas, week in this c ity. Shi
hits Ik on attending the Keister tailor
FOR SALE—A nice six room cot
tage, lights, water, cement walks, cel
lar, barn, coal house, and three lots.
1 Located one block from court house
and in splendid shape, a model
house. Price $2,500. Inquire at this|
\lys. Kmtna Manning and her dau
ghter, Mrs. Lemon, arrived Iasi Fri
day f&r an extended visit with the
former's sister, Mrs. J. U. Reynolds
and her daughter, Mrs. Clara Neal.
The sisters had not met since 1X71!
and ibis meeting was a delightful one
Already the beautiful Christmas
“fixens” began toa ppear in our mer
chants windows. They are alive to
the wants of the people in this re
spect and during the season of gifts
will exhibit a grander display than
you ever witnessed before in this
section. In the meantime look out
for their ads and govern yourselves
Lei the business men of a town be
•MtOlic spirited, liberal, reedy to enter
inot any scheme that gives fair prom
ise of being for the interest of the
town, and that town will be w< 11 up
with the progressive spirit of the age
Hut if the business men are careless
and indifferent, willing to take only
what comes, and not ready to reach
out after more c.ustom&rs, then the
town lay in all its interest, and out
siders will size it tip and keep clear
CtyDup Is most prevalent, during the
dry eold weather of tile early winter
months. Parents of yopng children
should be prepared for it All that
is needed Is a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Many mothers
are never without it hi their homes
and it lias never disappointed them.
Sold by all druggists.
Little Katherine Stuart, who has j
been spending several weeks with j
her grandparents. P. H. Jussen and
wife, left Wednesday for her home In
Okmulgee, Okla. i I hr papa had bus
iness at Kansas City and came up
Tuesday and spent a few days in
Do you know the story of the
fourteen rejected hooks of the Old
Testament of the Bible? Send 10c
for it. Literary Curio Co., box 2f>ti,
Pinceton, Indiana. -H-tf
Louis Uueggo and family arrived
Friday evening from Tilden, Neb.,
called here by tile serious illness of
Mrs. Ruegge's mother. Mrs. Albert
"Tin (Hrl and the Gawk" proved to
be one of tlie bright out perfornuin
ees we have had here for a long
Mine Daily Heflector. Abilene, Kas.
Miss Lola Dowell went to Hiawa
tha Saturday to visit friends and at
tend the basket ball game She re
turned home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. .lolin ‘Conner and
children came down from Auburn and
spent Sunday with Mrs. Conner's
mother. /Mrs. Sue E. DeWald.
Mrs. Sue V. Wltulle came In from
Oklahoma Friday and is visiting her
sons. Grant and Hr. Bert Wlndle in
Mr. and Mrs. 1). \V. Sowles went to
St. doe Wednesday to spend Thanks
giving with their son. II. I). Sowles
and wife. ^
W. T. Turner of Ues Moines, who
spent the wick with tile family of
Frank Shields, left last Friday for St.
Mrs, Etta Sehoenheit returned Sat
urday to her home in Kansas City,
stopping for a day in St. Joseph en
Miss Maude Graham returned on
Friday from a six. weeks visit with
friends in Lincoln. Beatrice and He
Mrs. Hoffman of Omaha is in the
'citj visiting at the home of her son,
Peter Hoffman and wife.
Henry Sand rock, wife and son
spent Thanksgiving with their daugh
ter near Sabetha.
I lev. G. L. .Wide returned Thurs
day from Wymore, where he attend
—The cleaning and pressing of
ladles' garments a specialty.—Stan
ley Stump. 38-tf
' —Buy rock salt, barrel and sack
; salt at C. A. Heck’s. 43-tf
Miss Mattie Evans is visiting rchi
,ires in Missouri.
| —Call on C. A. Heck for coal and
For the Thanksgiving Table
Every dainty piece of Silverware adds to her table siiver, gives
her increased pleasure, bo it Sterling or high-grade Silver Plate.
If you are beginning to purchase a pattern or are adding to one
you will find it advantageous to look over our stock before buying,
for we have not only a large Variety of prices, but also patterns.
Watch our show window. It will be filled with silverware the
coming week and will undoubtedly suggest something to you that
will help beautiy the Thanksgiving Table.
A. E. JAQUET S
The Old Reliable Jeweler and Optician
Opposite Postoffice FALLS CITY, NEB.
Watertown Wisconsin Rye flour
flour of t’. A. Heck.
For Kent -A good, improved
quarter sect Ion in Oklahoma. (‘all
prone Si!. 47-.'!
Mrs, Will .lulls'll returned Friday
from it visit with relatives in Mur- j
shall nntl Pittsburg, Missouri.
Mrs. John Powell and daughter, |
Mias Lola, arc spending Thanksglv
ing with relatives in Kansas City.
Mrs. Neel of California is visiting
Iter aunt, Mrs. George Jennings, hav
ing come down from Salem last Fri
Misses May and Kate Maddox came
down front Lincoln to spend their
Thanksgiving vacation with their
Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich returned Fri
day to their home In Fairmont, af
ter it few days visit with Mr.and Mrs.
W. A. Greenwald.
i Charles Rogers arrived last Thurs
day night from Washington, being
called here by the death of his moth
er, Mrs. Asa Rogers.
Mrs. Helen A. Martin and daughter,
Miss Helen left last Friday for a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin
in Terra Haute, Ind.
Dr. L. C. Kerr of New Orleans ar
rived Tuesday evening for a short
Thanksgiving visit with Ills parents,
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Kerr. Later on
Mrs. Kerr and little daughter will
come and remain until after Christ
McClures Magazine wants a respon
sible and energetic man or woman
in Falls City and vicinity to attend to
its subscription interests. exper
ience unnecessary. There is liberal
[guarantee compensation. A profitable
pormanant busness without capital ca
be established among friends and ac
quaintances. Whole or spare time
to start Complete outfit and instruc
tions free. Write now. McClure's
Magazine, 4<i Fast I'.'ld Street, New
York City. 47-Jt
Free government homesteads in
Montana. Fertile' soil, mild ellmat"
and good markets. Lunds produce
■to bushels winter wheat and all
kinds of small grains and grasses in
abundance. Also deeded land from
$5'up. on easy terms. Adiless in
(Uiiui t'aln, Chateau. Mont. i:i-2t
Fieo to hoys and girls, Flexible
Flyer, ' The sled Hint steers." Th"
besl sled in the world. You can easi
ly secure one within a few days by
doing a little pleasant work. Some
have' in a few hours. lie the first
In your town. Wrile today slating
your age. A postal card will do.—\\
I. Davis, 1 r.r» Hast 241 h Si New York
The Loekes played here last night
to the biggest house in the history
of the town; people enme frbm miles
around. The actual receips were
$800.25.— Republican, Logan, Kas.
Mrs. Tom Jenkins and daughter,
Esther, went to Leavenworth Thurs
day morning to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Walts.
Mrs. Hert Heath of Hebron, Neb.,
will be the guest, of Miss Maude Gra
ham next week. She will arrive'on
Miss Ruth Hancock came down
from Lincoln Wednesday to spend
Thanksgiving with her parents.
.1. S. Wlnterbottom of Rule) spent
Wednesday with the family of his
son, Thomas Wlnterbottom.
Mrs. C. H. Marion and daughter
spent Thanksgiving with relatives in
Miss Mary Wert/, went to Marys
ville, Mo, Monday t* visit relatives
Mrs. John Leo went to St. Louis
Wednesday to visit relatives.
Uncle Joe Glasser was down from
1!. F. Morgan was in Kansas ^’ity
on business Tuesday.
George Liim was down from V’er
Frank Vearh was a Verdon visitor
U need a Biscuit
Hunger makes me think of you:
Thought of you makes me hungry.
Between the thought and sight of you,
Indeed I’m always hungry.
But with appetite awaiting—
a nickle in hand and you
\ in store—who could wish
for anything more?
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
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