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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1910)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
It, A. Burk is visiting relatives in
George Prichard spent Sunday in
N'ellie Fisher spent Sunday with
Bdna Caris o w a.; a guest of Lola
Will Me Wain and family moved to
Hulo la.-d week.
Robot ea Strauss was a e.a- . r oi
Lydia Dowty Sunday.
Clara I .auehrej of Brook Is spend
in' It • a at ion e home.
Ch'.y Peck and family spirit Sun
day v, : !i the l,.i iti • parents.
Allen Gilmore visited with his
father P ei sville Sunday.
11. Beachy and wife were gm.its
of Gu; l.iolil;-' and wife Sunday.
Mrs. Kishii e andi family spent Sun-j
day with He Kiimn 1 and family.
Chester Stump and family spent
Sunday with I . S. Liohty and family.
Anson Knisely and wife were I lie
guests at the home of Cleon Per k on
Perry Sliafftr and family spent
last Tuesday sit the home of Wes
Henry Zorn and family spent. Sun
day in Palls City with Jacob Hunker
John Yoca'-n of Palls City spent
several days last week with his dau
ghter, Mrs. N. Peck.
Mrs. E. Lutz returned home from
Beatrice Saturday after a week spoilt
visiting a, sister there.
Myrtle Yocum and her friend were
guests of tli ■ former’s Bister. Mrs.
N. Peck, la t Tuesday.
Dallas Yoder and family of Palls
City were uesta of the former':
parents New Years day.
Stella El.-diire tame down from
Oiiiah, last w..«k to .• ml a f v
weeks with her mother.
Mrs. Cleon Peek returned home on
Monday from Carlton, after a
week’s visit with her parents.
Misses Edna Carico, Lena Kamel
and Ruth lleineman spent Thursday
at the1 home of Herman Beaejiy.
Earl Shaffer and family returned
home from Manley, Neb., after a
visit with Mrs. Shaffer’s parents.
Lloyd Meyers came up from Mor
rill, Kas., Pruiay and made a short
visit with his sister, Mrs. Ivan Kel
Mrs. Ephraim Peck slipped and fell
on the iey walk one day iast. week
and tore two of her ribs loose. She
is getting along all right now.
Edison Harkins and his cousin,
Miss Brown went to Auburn last
Sunday to visit a week with the for
mer’s brolh"rs near that place.
H. Ruck and wife moved to a
farm east of Barada, and Mrs. N.
Peek moved to Hie farm recently va
cated by them, known as the Dr. \Y.
S. Past farm.
Earl Ankney anil family of Penn
sylvania spent Sunday with Frank
Shaffer and family. They were |
accompanied from Falls City by
the former's parents.
About forty guests gathered at
the home of G orge Slums to surpris
Miss Lola. The surprise was a fail
ure, as she had heard of their com
ing, but nevertheless, a good time
was enjoyed by those present at
playing various games. Nice, refresh
ments were served.
A. M. Dodson, a former Tecum-1
sell, Neb., druggist, discouraged and
dispondcnt on account of being out of
work and money, shot and killed
himself in a P. Street rooming house
at Lincoln, Neb., last. Thursday even
ing. Dodson was once a respected,
citzen of Tecumseh, but. the "dope”
habit got the better of him.
To Whom It. May Concern: All per
son. knowing themselves indebted to
me please call and settle, either by
cash or note. Respectfully,
J. C. TANNER.
All Kinds New Nuts
Come in and See
D. W. SOWLES
Kt?v, Hatdlff is on tile sick list.
U ill Hstas vs as a county scat visit ■
c>r last week.
Walter Wadi made r business trip
to Omaha last week.
L. A. Allison, of near Slraussvllle,
vv:rs In t.,ovvn Wednesday.
Mrs. Ode Sailors spent New Years
with relatives in Falls City.
Fred Heim man and sou, Gorman,
were Falls City visitors last. week.
(lay Chamberlain of Nelson is vis
iiiaa I,; Ki-andmotln i\ A; rs \ Zenit
rah. 1 Sailors returned to her
sdiocl near Peru Sunday afternoon.
'l'om Fall replied ii Lin-oia ; in
day. after a short stay with home
.'.ii i id Mrs. Bert Swise .ut .. i n
■in fl (i il West n Kan.:.; on a \ » i < to
Miss Eunice Cornell eame down
from ( tin to spend a few days with
Jeimi ■ Btump.
■Mibs Alla Sartors returned home
from Falls City wh re she visited a
few days last week.
Mrs. Sti wart, wiio was hurt in a
runaway a short, time ago, is still
unable to bo out of doors
Wilbur Henderson t amo up front
Kansas Wednesday afternoon for a,
short, visit with relatives.
Grandma Ramel and Miss Cora
Ffillings took dinner will' Mrs. Dave
Griffith one day last week.
■Jess Harris a. d Ills brother, Kay.
were down from McCnndlass swit ii,
the lnttor part of the week.
Chest r Hippold came up from Falls
City Friday afternoon for a visit with
Mr. ami Mrs. George Fogol.
Mr. Wing and lady friend eame up
from Falls City Wedne May to attend
the Brenner Wing wedding.
Mrs. Bell Cornell eame down from
Peru last week to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Katas left on
Thursday for Stella, where they will
visit relatives for a few days.
There will services at the Evan
gelical church, commencing Monday
evening and continuing all week.
Isbam Hull and family eame down
from Howe Saturday for a short visit
with the former’s mother and sister.
A large crowd of young people
spent a very enjoyable evening witli
Mr. ami /Mrs. Charles Weaver Thurs
Her: Ralph Miller came in from
York to visit with relatives and re
new acquaintance with his many
A crowd of young folks from here
spent New Years eve at the home of
Reese Williams. An enjoyable tinu
Mrs. Clara Coleman ■ ave a sup
per to her friends N< w Years even
ing. Various games v ■ enjoyed un
til a late hour.
Rev. Gearries, wife and son, Russel,
went to Hurnbbldt Thursday morning
to be present at, the Bronnor-YVing
Grandma Seldon had the misfortune
to fall Saturday morning and break
her arm. Dr. Thomas was immedi
ately called and soon had the patient
Mrs. Emerson Bowers and Mrs. YV.
C. Sloan spent the latter part of last
week in Omaha. They went to see
Mrs. Fay Simmons, who is in a hos
pital at that place.
A crowd of young people gathered
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .Mc
Henry in the east part of town on
Tuesday evening as a surprise on
Miss Irene, 'the evening was spent,
in playing games and other amuse
ments. At a late hour refreshments
Ode Sailors, manager of the pool
hall lighted tile gas lights Thursday
evening, and everything seemed to
he burning alright. Hater the light
grew dim and gas commenced to es
cape and in a few moments flamed
leaped to the ceiling. They were
extinguished before any great dam
age was done.
Miss Ethel Keller gave a party at
her home in the north part of town
Thursday evening to the members of
the Christian Endeavorers of the
Christian church. The evening was
spent in playing games and other
amusements. Elegant refreshments
were served, and the guests remain
ed until a late hour. All enjoyed a
| very pleasant evening.
Dave Griffith and wife gave a
dinner Friday in honor of their (lau
ghter, Florence and family. It was
a family dinner, all being present, ex
cept Dr. Griffith and wife, who were
visiting relatives in VVymoro. Mr.
and Mrs. Henderson and children
left on the early train Saturday morn
ing for their home in Kansas, after a
i most enjoyable visit with relatives.
Mr. Henderson and family expect to
move back here in the spring.
See Clarence Heck for your coal
I this fall. Phone 101
Ol .1 Hoi .lick "as in Tabic llo.k
Dick Turner was In Dawson tli'
iast of the week.
1. N. Moore was translating tausi
u » in Omaha this w< i k.
Frank Do.laml and family of Peru
spent Sunday in lltimbolu'
Frank Hull r of Pawnee City was
a Humboldt visitor Monday
lames llnirtin and daughter, Hose,
wi it* in lable Ruck 1 rlday.
I. 1C. Smith and family visited rul
it t vi e itt Fails City this week.
Miss Kmmu Zelinka was mi passim
g"r to Table Rock Wednesday.
Neil Skil1 t and wife were cm t •
i f Table Hock friends the latter part
of the w ek.
Mrs. Will l'avis visited dut lag the
week with her si. t t . Mrs. A. Gantt
in Falls City.
Mable Smith loft Thursday for 'a j
visit with Tet anus ]i a:.J 1‘nw no
City 11 lativux.
W! Mo of Omaha visited dur
it- i Wee'; will; In d.ltlg |!i , MtS.
Will .ftilutt on.
11, F. Mart’i , after a two weeks'
vi it with lies family, left Sat T.lny
for Manoy, Neb.
0 oir-i Clift and wife spent New
fears day 'v itli their daughter, Mrs.
’dants in Salem.
Miss Nellie His! returned Friday
after a visit of a few days with
Table Uiok ftit-nds
Harry Gravatte of Sabetha, Ktis . |
spent ;i„iiua> whii his* brother, lien
Cravat to and family.
Oakley .lames commenced his
duties tiiis week iu superintendent
of the SprillRview schools.
Moril Cowman went to Omaha
lit' la: i of the week, where h<* visit
led hie father, Will Cowman.
Wnji'c Coons came from Odell the,
la i of tiie wet k to spend a few days
wiih O. I. Cants and family.
(J.'orgo Stanford and wife of
Omaha are visiting the latter's par
ents, Mont Williamson and wife.
Iti'v. t'ardj commenced his work
as pastor of the Presbyterian church
the first Sunday in the new year.
Miss V,os Mints returned to Lin
coln the first of the week to re
.dime her w; rk in the University,
Harry lie I and Ualv< rt Rd wards
left Mots’s • 1 la di'i e . where they
will ., :asi up their i oil. •• work
,Vt. Mil. '.1 Brtgg.t rt turned Hat
in -ht s’i : sninerfiehl, lets., whore
i ■ W it .! a i parent: . .1. K.Briggs
Ait'iitr Warner and wife, who came
i f • ,v s. < tits ago to visit Riley Wli
on and family, have decided to lo
.M,i- I • lie Davie re med to l.iaeoln
til” first of the Week after spending
her vacation with her parents, H. K.
Da via and wife.
V ■ Mlnni. I'l'ttashek left the last
of S' week for Missouri Salley, la.,
•. I. e she holds a position as princi
nel of the s« liool.
A play was rondorcfl by the mem
In rs of the Bohemian Club ! ilda>
evening. Tile remainder of the ev
ening was spent in dancing.
Mr. and Mrs. ii. I.. Hackett i .t• r
lalaed a company of friends New
Years Rve. Trail furnished the en
tertainment of the evening.
Mrs. Linnii' Suetiicn. after a
week's visit with her parents, II. L.
Heim nt and wife, resumed hoe stud
s in the Peru Normal Monday.
Clarence McCulloch returned to
bis home in Lincoln Sunday having
| (* i1 ( his lild ilut 1 V a tilt* i Wo t til .
grandparents, M. C Davis and wife.
Mcsdaoies Lute 8katak and Will
l.ydiek after a pleasant lisil with
Mrs. Baity and dinghC r of Kansu
City, returned to then- homes in this
Prod Cullen and Una McDuugal ar
rived til this city the he I of • tin
week fiuio Canada, and will spend
i ■ i ui Hull r (if tin W'i: t( I
Mrs. S -lena Sanroo of this 111\
and .luhn 'V. Lee of liaia la, who
were married in Palls City. Dec miter
:.".!d. Iiavo located In the houio of
the bride in Hi is city.
The firm formerly known us Phil
pot it 'famier is no v knmvii ns Phil*
pot & Son, Mr, Tanner withdrew
from this firm to toko charge ol
th<> l^incoln lumber yard.
All in I’orr, (icorgo Petrnshok and
Lloyd Staid r, after spending their
holiday vacation iiilli tlieir parents,
left the first of the week for Lim oln |
whore they will cuntiiwn their s hoc!
The (Illlai Sisters out- rlniiied a
company of friends on Niw Year*
eve. The affair r wav » omplimenUir.
to Calvert I'M wards and llarry lioye.
students of llfislitias euil
A sensation wa ciont- t Saturday
! afternoon, when two of ! i iiboMC*
young p oph attempt-d dop'
Hut. “pai a was warned a 1 frir
trated the plat ■ of -*<• would t '
Th<» tea (i ,-I I; ■ i, ihli( school
were all in th ir places Mo slay morn
lug and work was begun after Ih
holiday vacation. During the re
Miss MeCrendy spent the time i..
Pawnee City, Miss Y.umr in Ster
Ing, Urns Hard well In Lincoln, and
Miss lined ill York,
Tfii* mimin is nf tli* Hol t kali lodg *
took advantage ot if* .-.’ood .'•leinh
il** i mu tiny nir.ht .n il . * i ll well
i r *
party to the l o |ii:a’ile hem of Win
Shaiubivv and wife, where an o;nlni
.nipper wap nerved, and a -iplentHd
lime wan had by till who vv n u foi
tumitc as to be in tin1 tomininy.
Friday evening (In- Hpworth Font
u. of 11 ■ > Al -thoihs t church watched
till' old .VI a" ou( and 111 - Now You
in \n i iit 'riaiitiiiy program win
rendered, nftnt which a *o ml. tine
was enjoyed by all. At (bo Htrok**
of twelve (In* church bell was runy,.
(In* young p t111b* left Veelit they had
done their part in aim ' teing tin
i d veilt of 1910.
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Slaving decided to quit fanning 1 will sell at the C. A. Chesley farm, 1
mile southwest of Preston, 7 miles southeast of Falls City
5 miles northeast of' Reserve, on
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, the following property:__
One team black mules, coming 6 and 7 years old, wt. 2200; one brown
mule coming 7 years old, wt. 1150; one brown mule coming 7 years old,
wt. 1050; one black mare coming 7 years old, wt. 1100 (in foal); one bay
mare 8 years old, wt. 1300 (in foal); one bay colt coming 2 years old.
r rwo MILCH COWS AND TWO CALVES
ONE.BROOD SOW AND TWENTY-SIX FALL PIGS
One Farm Wagon, one flcCormick Binder, 8-ft.; one Superior Disc Grain
Drill, one J. L Case Sulky Plow, 16-in.; one Canton Double-row Stalk Cut=
ter, one John Deere Corn Planter, one Moline Disc Harrow; one Peru
Walking Lister Combined, one 3-Section Harrow, one Runabout, one
Double-row Kirlin Go-Devil, one Keystone Hand Corn Sheller, three
Walking Cultivators, one Walking Stubble Plow.
Three sets of Double Work Harness, two almost new; one single harness, one hay rack, one bugg\
tongue, 180 rods 26-in. American Woven Wire, 40 rods 46-in. American Woven Wire, one Rolling Colter,
and many other things too numerous to mention.
TERMS OF SALE
All sums of $10 and under, cash; on sums over that amount a credit of 10 months will he given on
bankable note, without interest if paid when due. If not paid when due 10 per cent from date of sale.
Three per cent off for cash.
ED. YOEZEL JC fork A“' FRANK SCHNEIDER
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