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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1909)
The County in General
The “Doings” of Our Country Friends
los. Surntan was in Shubert Sat
Wash Sailors was in Shubert one
day last week.
Hardy Hays was over from Shubert
ie day last week.
C. H. Martin was in Falls City a
uuple of days last week.
iacob Peters and Wilson Wamsley
\ •■re in Falls City Saturday.
Heine Kuker and family were shop
ig in Fails City Saturday.
Mrs. T. C. Hoe of Falls City spent
the week with relatives here.
lolin Meredith and wife spent Sun
: y with George Burgess and wife.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
•s. Win. Bpllman, November 10th.
los. Suriuan and wife were guests
,ii the liome of Wilson Wamsley Sun
Misses Riggs and Lilly spent the
v --ok end at their respective homes
- ir Shubert.
Miss Floy Lewis of.Wymorc spent
1 ■ week in Barada with her friend,
f, s. (’. V. Cox.
Misses Flossie Wamsley and Fay
f igle spent Saturday witli friends
..- the Dunn farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Falls
y were visiting Mrs. Smith’s motli
Mrs. James Stephen eon. this
Rev. A. Essley held services at the
i hel church last Sunday evening,
will also hold services there- next
iissi-s Audrey and Olga Wlle
n and .Mrs. Otis Spickler returned
unlay from Omaha and Council
I iffs, where they spent tlie week,
ohn Alilutz and family. who have
-a visiting the family of Jacob
-issinger, and other relatives left
-sdav for Falls City.enroute to
r, • ir home in Washington.
ceil McCumber of Preston was a
o v isitor Sunday.
Veil lvanaly came down from Sa
1 i.i to spend Sunday.
.eslie Inks returned to Rulo the
• er part of last week.
'lyde Hart went to St. Joe Thurs
c • for a few days visit.
ewis Plante returned to his home
i Vment, Okla., last week.
Vill Hinton of Omaha was a busi
es visitor in Rulo Monday.
■viix Farien and daughter were St.
\i -eph visitors last Saturday.
. A. Hinkle spent a couple of days
v h Atchison friends last week.
Irs. Pierce returned Sunday from
isit with relatives at Wymore.
lamie and Gertrude Kanaly were
r- Joseph visitors last Saturday.
Irs. Kffie Cramer came from Falls
t v Saturday to visit her mother.
Vrt McWain of Kansas was a Rulo
m.- tor tlie latter part of the week.
liarles Maze came down from Lin-1
( i last week for a few days visit. j
'ss Roland visited with relatives
i Missouri several days last. week.
lie steam ditcher for the railroa
(■ inieneed work in Rulo last week.
•.aymond Marcum of Kansas was
visiting with Rulo friends last week.
us Johnson returned Sunday from
k isit witli his family at Nebraska
•'wing Watson came up from Wat
se . Mo., to spend Sunday with home
:.ouis Sweinfurth and wife are the.
parents of a baby boy, born during
Ir. and Mrs. Charles Miller are the
parents of a baby boy, born during
'rank Blair of Highland,Kas.,visit
ed with his mother here a few days
Mr.and Mrs.Joe Frederick returned
Monday from a visit witli relatives in
Mrs. J. R. McCleary of Falls City
wps a business visitor in Rulo one
day last week.
Miss Lena Hallett and mother of
Peru spent a few days in Rulo with ■.
friends this week.
Mrs. Peter Frederick and children
visited witli relatives at. Preston a ,
few days last week.
The friends of Grandpa Larabee re
membered him with a post card
Mr. Oldfield, son and daughter,who
have been visiting with friends here
returned t.o their home in Auburn
the last of the week.
The ladies of the Catholic church
gave a dance in the hall over the
Hosford store Thanksgiving night. A
fim* supper was served.
Rva Belpier and Harry Huber were
married at Pawnee City one day last1
'v ‘ k and returned to Rulo Saturday.’
Friends extend congratulations.
Will Davis returned last week from
an extended stay in California. He
is much improved in health. Mr.Dav
is will soon open a general toy shop
Ir. and Mrs. Charles Best went, to
ll!ae Springs Wednesday. Mr. Best
will return home Thursday evening,
but Mrs. Best and baby will remain
with relatives for several days.
The meeting at the M. K. Church1
is still in til ogress,with good crowds
and much interest is manifested. The
all day meeting Sunday was a great
success, crowds coming from every
direction, and staying all day.
Alois Donnecker died at his home
north of Kulo early Tuesday morning.
At litis writing no arrangements have
been made for the funeral. He has
been in poor health for many months
and has been a patient sufferer.
Ed Rist returned Friday from Can
Ed Vance of Wymore visited his
Frank Borland of Peru spent Sun
day in Humboldt.
Miss Nellie Holman is a victim of
diphtheria this week.
Mason Shertleff of McCook was in
Humboldt this week.
Mrs. Clara Curtis of Stella visited
relatives here this week.
Ambrose Beurstetta was a passen
ger to St. Joseph Sunday.
Poland Wright left tiiis week to
visit a brother in Montana.
Joseph Wedner made a business
trip to Falls City this week.
M(rs. Margrete Zable of Lincoln is
visiting relatives here this week.
Mrs. Vernie Hicks is visiting her
parents in Sununerfield, Kits., tiiis
Mrs, M. E. Unkefer returned from
Chester, Neb., where she visited rel
Miss Florence Hummel is in Lin
coln visiting Dr. Kay Hummel and
A. Sipply and wife of Dawson are
guests at tin' home of lake Snethen
Ed Norton has accepted a clerical
position in the Mann & Hummel Can
Clyde Reid will soon open a bowl
ing alley and billiard ball in the Mor
Frank Snethen and little daughter
Esther, left this week for a visit in
Mrs. Beurstetta of Teeumseh spent
Sunday w.tl her son, Ambrose Ueur
stelta and family.
Curtis Marshall, who has been in
McCook for some time, returned home
the last of the week.
Lieutenant Sharp of Grand Island
was a guest at the home of his sis
ter, Mrs. Jim Andrews.
An unusually good program was
rendered at the meeting of the Alpha
lnl> Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Nina Snow, who is teaching
in Dawson.spent Sunday with her par
ents, A. D. Snow and wife.
J. K. Liggett of Durchard was here
the first of tlte week, visiting wdlh
friends and transacting badness.
O. A. Cooper and wife left Friday
for Ames, Iowa, where they will he
the guests of Prof. McMurry and fam
Dr. C. E. Novak of Chicago has
rented office rooms in the K. of P.
building, on the west side, and will
William Fithen and Mrs. Mary
Pierce, who wore married in Falls
City last week are preparing to lo
cate in Humboldt.
Mrs. Doll Woods, who attended the
wedding of her brother, and visited
relatives, returned to her home in
Elk Creek Saturday.
Whooping cough has again made
it's winter visit, to our community,the
three youngest children of John Pliil
pot being victims.
A play entitled “Mistakes will Hap
pen'’ was produced by members of
the Comenius club at the Bohemian
hall Thursday evening.
Mrs. Riley Wilson has gone to
Keokuk, Iowa, where she expects to
remain several weeks with iter dau
ghter, Mrs. Arthur Warner.
Leonard Mann and wife have gone
to housekeeping in the Atwood cot
tage, ami will be at home to their
friends after December 1st.
Frank Thompson and wife, who
Taking Care of Yourself.
There never was a time when peo
ple paid as much attention to their
health and strength as thpy do now.
Time was when fine stock and fine
horses were fed more carefully than
The result of properly balanced ra
tions has worked wonders with stock
and recent experiments are proving
that the same thing is true of man
It has been found that Quaker Oats
eaten often and regularly taking the
place of heavy, greasy foods will work
wonders in the health and strength of
School children fed frequently on
Quaker Oats thrive physically and are
always capable of the best work at
school. For athletes, laborers, it is
the best food.. One of the attractive
features of Quaker Oats is the perfect
way it is packed. Besides the regular
size package there is the large size
tamily package. 10
have been visiting J. J. Thompson
and family left the Inst of the week
for Manhattan, Kas.
Mrs. George Sanford, who has been
visiting her parents, Mont William
son.and wife, left Saturday for n vis
lit with her sister. Mrs. Grace Hunter I
I at Utica.
Rev. Bert Wilson and wife of Lin
coln are visiting friends in this city,
having been called here to perform
the ceremony at the Thompson Brock
Mrs. Amy Smart, Helen Wilson,
Martha Schenks, Rose Wozab, Ber
tha Simmons, Daisy Albright and
Rose Hnizda are employed in tho
new department of R. O. l’orak's j
Rev. Bud, who expected to com-'
menee pastoral duties at Exeter this
week will continue his work at this
place, ,i- ReVj Hull, who was to ex
change charges with him, hesitates
to move* to Humboldt on account of
diphtheria being prevalent.
Joseph Glasser, better known its
"Uncle Joe" probably tho man with
the largest acquaintance of tiny man
in Richardson county, and one of the l
oldest settlers in tin* county, left \
tin* old home and friends, whose
name is, legion, on Thursday. Hej
expects to spend his remaining years i
(and may they he many ) in the morn |
congenial dime of the Ozarks. May i
he get whal a life well spent descr-1
vf.H, rest, peace and quiet. Tlie grand
choral in which alt who knew hint
join is 'God be with you till we meet j
H. Martin returned this week from
John Ahern, Sr., is unite ill at his
home north of town.
I, . M. Weddle was u business visit
or in Falls City last week.
.1. M. Li vans is looking after land
Interests at Saline, N. D.
Mr. Sehuetli was a business visitor
at Omaha a few days last week.
Matthew Shulonberg of Barada
was a business visitor here Friday.
Miss Blanch Shubert spent it few
days with her cousin. Nina Shubert.
A. M. Shubert and wife are in
Omaha attending the Agricultural as
Mrs. Jno. Goolsby and daughter,
Miss Kthel, were shopping in town
Miss Bessie Shafer was the guest |
of relatives at Falls City the first of
Miss Hattie Lilly of Barada spent
Saturday and Sunday with relatives
Miss Oberst, returned to iter home
in Lincoln Wednesday, after a visit
with relatives here.
Jake Birdsley and family were the'
guests of their parents, J. (’. Sltulen
berg and wife Thursday.
Mrs. Vern Taylor returned to her
home at Bun hard Thursday after a
several weeks visit with relatives
Mesdames Win. Harris and Thomas j
Chandler were called to Bancroft on
Sunday by the serious illness of a
Hiram Stott's accompanied by his
mother, left Thursday for Central
City, S. IV. where they will visit
Frank Imler is enjoying a vacation
from his duties at Oolglazier’s store.
He is visiting relatives in the western j
part of the state.
Grandma Hunt of Auburn is visit
ing at the home of her daughter,Mrs.
Charles Wilson. She expects to re
main here several weeks.
Mr. Branin returned last week from
Omaha where he consulted an eye
specialist. He will have his eyes
operated on in a few weeks.
The meetings at the Methodist
church closed Sunday night. The
minister delivered some very good
sermons ar:d much was done toward
Grandma Colglazior, who has been
seriously ill, is much better. She
has been removed from her daugh
ters to her own home and it is hoped
she will soon be able to be up.
Walter Vaulandingham purchased
the llacon property and will take pos
session as soon as the weather will
permit him to move. His wife and
little daughter are at the James hotel
Mrs. Stotts of Iowa, who has been
here visiting her son, Hiram, had the
misfortune to fall on the icy walks
and broke her arm. Dr. Shook was
called to set the injured member and
she is getting along nicely.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Snelling
had his leg amputated Monday. This
is the second operation he has un
derwent. in the past few months, and
it is hoped he will get. along nicely
now. This young man met with a
accident several months ago and it
was thought would not amount to
much but proved very serious.
Many school children suffer from
constipation, which is often the cause i
of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham
berlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets
are an ideal medicine to give a child
for they are mild and gentle, in their
effect, and will cure even chronic
constipation. Sold by all druggists.
We Guarantee to Cure
Your Gold with
Rexall Cold Tablets
or Rexall Cherry Juice
THE REXALL STORE
Opposite Postoffice falls City, Neb.
H. M. Jenne Shoe Store
Exclusive Agents for the
famous line of “ BALL
BAND RUBBERS. Rub
ber Boots and Overshoes
Everything in Shoes
Miss I ,i/.zie Reitland, a gradu
ate ot the Weltmer School of
Magnetic Healing, of Nevada,
Mo. I am prepared to treat dis
eases of all kinds. Rhone 27h.
Located at Mrs. Burris’ residence
south of the convent. 4t
D. S. [McCarthy
I’rouipt attention jjriven
to the removal of house
hold goods. ,
PHONE NO. 211
Horse and Cow Hides,
Wool and Pelts
highest Market Price
Falls City, Phone 422
If you contemplate having a
sale see me or write for terms
at once. I guarantee satisfac
tion to my patrons.
PALLS CITY, NEIJUASKA
-c. H. MARION
Sales conducted in
scientific and busi
C. H. MARION
Falls City, Nebraska
coats for Children have
achieved a reputation purely
The garments are a com
bination of durability—warmth
and style. The high grade
and strong inner and outer
linings make the clothes most
1 hey will hold their shape
and look dressy during the
entire life of the fabric.
We are showing 2 large
assortment of “WEAR
PROOF' Overcoats—in the
Mjltrn Season’s newest shades—
Writ i’fi.mm .c Co, I - *
colors and designs.
We fit tiie boy out complete, as well as his father or
bis brother. Choice line of Underwear and Hosiery
for the boy. Collars and Ties that are JUST RIGHT,
Wahl & Parchen
Wc Keep Open Until 9 o'Clock
YOUR LAST CHANCE
to pay your respects to the de
parted is the erection of a mon
ument to their memory. Before
placing your order let us quote
you prices. Our works and our
prices have always given satis
faction. The above, with many
other artistic and up-to-date de
signs now In stock.
Call or write for designs and
Established I c81 F. A. R. A. NEITZEL, Mjjrs.
livery man is duty bound to prepare fur the future welfare of his
family. IIwe you done this? If not, begin today, by opening a
bans account, which is the lirst essential, and which will help and
inspire you to save your money, and, too, your money will be safe
and where you can get it or any part of it at any time you want it.
And you won’t have to run the risk of being robbed, having it
stolen from you, losing it, or having it burned up in your house.
Do you know that the lives of yourself and your family are in con
stant danger with money lying around the house? Bring your
money to this nans and oliri inate that danger To you who have
already accumulated some of this world’s goods, we would say, that
you owe to yourself: your reputation, and the commercial world, to
do bu.-incs. in a business like wav, and on business principles.
There is but one way, and that is to transact all your business
through the bank. 'I his puts you in touch with the business world
and gives you a rating and credit tiiat you can enjoy, and which
you may obtain in no other way. We solicit your account, whether
large or small. We want it; will appreciate it, and extend you
every accommodation thai good, sound banking will warrant.
The Farmers’ State Ffank
A MOST TOUCHING APPEAL
falls short of its desired effect if ad
dressed to a small crowd of interested
listeners. Mr. Business Man, are
vou wasting your ammunition on the
small crowd that would trade with
you anyway, or do you want to reach
those who are not particularly inter
ested in your business? If you do,
make your appeal for trade to the
largest and most intelligent
audience in your commun
ity, the readers of this
paper. They have count
less wants. Your ads will
be read by them, and they
will become your custom
ers. Try it and see.
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