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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1910)
The County in General
The “Doings” of Our Country Friends
James .Marshall was on the siek
list last week.
Mrs. J. A. Osborne was a Preston
Rosie Wolf of Falls City was a Rulo
Ike Adkinson of Missouri was a
Rulo visitor Sunday.
Fred Stewart was a Falls City vis
itor Saturday night.
Bessie Munsie of Falls City was a
Rulo visitor Sunday.
Mrs. Williams moved from Rulo to
Forteseue last week
Herbert Smith was a Rulo visitor
one day last week.
Mrs.O'Mara visited with her daugh
ter in Rulo last week
Arba Boylan left last week for his
home in Knoxville, Iowa.
1C lias Martin and Charlie Best were
Falls City visitors Monday.
A. I). Lara bee and wife of Preston
were Rulo visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Goolsby moved the first of
the week to Fortescue, Mo.
Clara Aikman spent the latter part
of the week with her mother.
Art Spere of Table Rock was a
Rulo visitor one day last week.
Ray Seley went to Sparks Friday
for a week's visit with relatives.
Miss Kennon’s brother spent Sat
urday and Sunday wdth her in Rulo.
Mr. and Mrs. William .Johnson
moved out into the country Tuesday.
George Carpenter, wife and mother
of Fortescue. were Rulo visitors Mon
George Adams of Fortescue was a
Rulo visitor the firs! of the
Horace Mosford of I sis Angeles. Cal.
arrived Monday for a visit with rela
John Gustafson of Wymore was a
Rulo business visitor one day last
Unde Joe Frederick moved last
week into one of his son Hen’s cot
.1. W. Mann and wife of White
Cloud were visiting relatives in Rulo
Mrs. Charles Tagney came down
from Falls City Saturday to visit
J. C. Hinkle of Fortescue visited
with Rulo relatives the latter part
of last week.
Mrs. Will Fulton and little son
joined her husband in Wymore, where
he is working.
Mrs. Humphrey Kdgcomb visited
with her son. Frank Blair, at High
land. last week.
Mrs. Charles Rest and little daugh
ter visited relatives at Salem several
days last week.
A large erowd from Rulo attended
the S S convention at Preston Iasi
John Ityan came down from Wy
more Saturday to spend Sunday with
his sister. Mrs. John Kanaly.
Mr. Crook died of pneumonia last
Friday at bis home in Rulo, and was
buried Saturday afternoon, from the
M 10. church. Mrs. Crook is now
very ill with the same disease.
Mi;, ru m ■ Ni'drijw is oil tlie sick
Orlando Veal of Stella was on our
\\ ill Mow'ery made this liis place
t f business Friday.
Will Otto received a ear of cattle
Joe Veal was a fdncoln visitor a
few days last week.
James Shubcrl was calling on old
friends .. few days ago
Mrs. .1. I’. Walker made a pleasant
trip to St<lla Thursday.
Mrs. \ndrews of Stella was a pleas
ant eatler here recently.
M. Meli/.a shipped a car of hogs
to Ajiiittis City Wednesday.
Mrs. Will Nedrow has been very
lit but is Improving at present.
Rev. Garries left Monday for Fuller
ton, this state, to attend conference.
.Mr. Hinkle came down front Stella
on important business one day last
Mesdames \V. F. Vouch and 11. F.
Veach went to Omaha Monday morn
Miss Ethel I’archen of tiie county
seat was the guest of relatives here
Lewis Parsons and wife moved to
the .Joe Parsons farm north of town
John Hall was clerk at the Nuss
baiun sale north of town the first
of the week.
('has. Weaver took Kay Simmons
to Salem in his automobile Wednes
Mr. Swortz of Louisville was re
newing old acquaintances here a few
days Inst week.
Messrs. licit Waggoner and Lloyd
Dietrich made a business Dip to Stel
la one day recently.
Mesdumes John Dilien and Bertha
Weddle were shopping in Falls City
one day last week.
Mr. Fridley shipped two ears of
eattle and one of hogs to Kansas
City Monday evening.
Norman Weaver was on the market
in Kansas City witli a ear load of
hogs Tuesday morning.
John Patterson returned home from
Peru, sifter a short visit with his
daughter, Mrs. Cornell.
Leo Johnson made a trip to the
county seat Saturday. He was ac
companied by his son-in law.
The little soil of Mr. and Mrs.
Clair Column was taken suddenly ill
and is still in a critical condition.
Mrs. James Ayers, Mrs. Ld. Fraun
felder and Miss* Julia Fraunfelder
were shopping in Falls City recently.
Miss Kdna Parsons returned lioim
from Omaha Wednesday evening, al
ter a pleasant visit, with friends there
.1 ake llloom, wife and daughter,
and Mr. (Sreenwald of Falls City
were the guests of friends here Sun
A I. Heiuzelman and wile took
the -afternoon train Saturday for a
short stay at Howe, with the former's
Several from here attended the
sale of Joint Nussbaum Tuesday. Mr
Nussbaum lmd intended to move to
Messrs. John Hall, Janies Avers
and Walter Veaeh saw the play at
the trebling' theatre at Falls City
Mrs. Will Sloan and children spent
Sunday in Falls City tin* guests of
Mrs. Sloan's parents Mr. and Mrs.
| John llossaek.
Several from here attended the 1.
O. O. F. lodge in Falls City last
Friday' night splendid work and
a good time is reported.
Frank Dattgheity and family moved
i heir household goods last week to
Julian, where Mr. I*, has act opted
the position as set-lion boss.
The masquerade party given by
the S. S. V. <!. dub, in Parson’s
hall Saturday evening, was a grand
success, A fine lime is reported by
Mrs. Conover and Mr. Humphrey
gave their Sunday school classes a
reception at the homo of tin- former
last Friday evening. \ jolly ood
time was had by all.
Several from here attended the de
; hate at Nemaha Friday 1 vi-niir:
A llie Wixon of Stella nutd- this
his place of business Tuesday
.1. N. Cologlazier and I. M. Weddle
were county seat visitors Monday
Born—to Mr. and Mrs. 1> N. Keith -
ley on Monday . February Jk, a daugh
Bowen Brothers sold and delivered
1,000 bushels of corn to the elevator
Arthur Rueh is now looking after
..is homestead ill the Western part of
Phas. Lord of Lincoln was down
visiting old time friends here the
first of the week.
Mr. and Airs .1. (’. Shulenberg were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1). Goolsby
at their home in the country Sunday.
Mrs, .1 A. Tipton and little daugh
ter of Albany, Mo , are the guests
of the former's parents, .1. L. Dalby
Miss Pretoria Wiles, who lias been
quite ill for the past week and was
Obliged to he out of school, is now
The Waffle supper, given at Tay-j
lor's Hall Saturday evening by the
pupils of the Methodist Sunday school
was quite a success.
Mr. .ludd. the horse buyer, was in
(own Saturday, purchasing several;
fine head of horses and mules, pay
ing the highest market prices for
V large number of our young peo
ple attended the dunce at the home
of Mr ai/d .Mrs. Abe Borgs, Satin
day evening. All present report a
Tlie Woman's Literary Phil) met
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. 1 niter \ general good time was
enjoyed by all and dainty refresh
ments were served.
Mrs. ICG King, who lias been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Mullen, left
for her home at Miltondalo, Kansas,
Monday Her daughter accompanied
her as far as Stella.
The last number of the Lecture
Pourse closed last Monday evening
for ttiis season. Prof Bible gave j
the last lecture, which was certainly
greatly enjoyed by all.
Several from here attended the
funeral of Uncle Lee Palmer at Bar
ada last Tuesday. .Mr. Palmer died
after an illness of two weeks with
a stroke of paralysis, lie was 7G
years of age and was laid to rest
in the Barada cemetery.
.Mrs. Maud Marim't has been quite
ill with grip this week.
Isaac Hargett litis week begun the
erection of a large barn.
The wheat about lien' is said to,
in about all killed out by the last
II C. Hacon and wife visited last
week with tiie Redwood families
in Halls City.
Mrs. Keim and two children of
Halls < ity silent last week at the
Mrs t). I. Laralm had a severe at
tack of pneumonia last week, but is
a little better now.
Clms. I0tter and family came down
from Wood River Sunday and will
occupy a farm north of Lawson.
S. H Lee has bought the farm di
rectly opposite where be lives from
John Sims Mr. Sims has not yet
decided what he will do.
Mrs Grace Swisegood returned to
her home near Weskun, Kns,. Hriday,
after a visit of a few months with
her mother. Mrs. McGinnis.
Mr. ami Mrs Clms. Rentier and
I daughter left Wednesday for their
home near Nakomis, Can., aftei spend
lag tin winter near here with their
parents, Mrs. McGinnis and Samuel
Rentier in Spelser precinct.
Hugh McGinnis and wib arrived
! Saturday front Nokomis, Can , where
| the former lias been holding down a
claim. He lias now proved up on
it and lias returned here to take
charge of tile farm of the late .1. Q.
McGinnis, his father. This is Mrs.
McGinnis’ first, visit to Nebraska, she
> having come only a few years ago
from London to western Canada.
She expresses herself as much pleas
ed with the country here,
1 Arc you frequently hoarse'.' Do
you have that annoying tickling in
your throat? Does your rough an
noy you at night, and do you raise
mucus in the morning? Do you want
■elief? if so. take ChamberlainT
Cough Remedy and you will be well
pleased. Sold by all druggists.
7 Fifty Years the Standard
Made from Grapes
Highest award Chicago
Henry Fritz and family spent Sun
day with Milt Strauss.
Little John Liehty is improving, af
ter a few days’ illness.
Mrs, Mitchell and children left
for their home last week.
Lucy Smith is spending a few
weeks with Mrs. I). Spiekler.
Fred Marmot and wife spent Sun
day with her parents in Uaruda.
Holla Franklin and family spent
Sunday with the former’s parents.
Anson Kntsley and wife visited
with the former's brother and wife.
Minnie Allison was a guest of Mrs.
Parsons in Verdon, Monday afternoon
Ed. Kirnmel and wife entertained
relatives at their home Sunday even
Guy Lichty and wife spent Sunday
at the home id' II .1. Prichard and
II. ,1 Prichard and wife visited on
Monday evening with L Spiekler and
Mill Strayer, of Norton county,
Has,, is the guest of relatives this
Maud May and Haisy Peck visited
in Falls City Sunday with Edith
Joe Cully and wife were guests of
John Neman and wife Sunday near
Wallace Cully and sister, Keheccu,
were guests of \ Lowly and wife on
Mr. and Mrs. Corn of Verdon, Neb.,
visited with Grant Goolsby and wife
The little child of Cleon Peck and
wife, who has been sick, is much im '
W II Huegge and family leave fort
their new home In Phillips county.
Kas.. this week.
S II Knisely and family moved to
their new home in Kails City, which
they purchased recently.
Dora Schultz returned home Satur
day from Omaha, where she had
spent most of the winter
Wes Ned row and family \ isited
near Preston Sunday, at. the home
of Elmer Kaualy and wife.
I lev. Wyler will lecture Sunday
evening at the Maple drove church
Every one is cordially invited.
K. S. Lichty and wife visited in Kan
sas City last week, the guests of
Mrs. W. ltruun and Mrs. Edith Yell
Frank Sehulenlierg am! wife spent
a portion of last week in St. .loe
and Kansas City, returning home on
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.
Ifav Meyers, who lias he, u afflicted
with blood poisoning, is now im
Phcneas Fisher and family were
entertained at the home of deorge
Slums and wife and Mrs. Essley was
Frank Cook and family visited with
his parents at the county home Sun
day. and his mother accompanied
Mr. and Mrs, Hunt expect their
foil home from the navy titis week,
lie has been gone two years and they
are getting anxious for his return.
Jtev. Essley and wife left Monday,
the Reverend going to Fullerton to
attend < onfeia nee and Mrs E. to Uhl
Springs to visit her people.
Perry Shaffer and Chester Stump
went to Burwell Sunday night to look
at (he land out there which they are
thinking of buying. They were ac
companied from Salem by Karl Shat
Ye scribe wishes for a correction
to be made in the Ohio items of
last week. One item read that It.
Spiekb r had bought, property in
Stranssville and was moving there.
It. should have read that ('has Beat
tie was moving.
The corporation heretofore existing
in the name of the Falk; Fity Park
and Improvement company wherein
John I.iclity. NV. A. Oreenwahl, John j
Powell, NV. NV .leline and T. J. Gist, |
all of Falls City and stale of Nehras-,
ka. This < (irporation is disolved by;
mutual consent. '
The affairs of saiii corporation are;
all adjusted and settled. j
JOHN LIGHTY, !
W. A. GKEI2NWALH
JOHN NV. POWELL.
W NV. JENNE,
, T. J. GIST.
Subscribed and sworn <•>, ibis Uth
day of February, F.HO.
John NV. Powell Notary Public
My commission expires No. 21 l >
TRADE MORAL—Ncaody would
have known ihe Goou Samar
itan’s kind act ware it not ioi
Our Saviour’s parable. Re the
home folks Good Samaritan,
Mr. Merchant: make this pa
per your commercial bible;
write your own parable and
put u in our advertising col
Start 1910 Right
Buy a Dinner Set
and Make me Family Happy
We have 100-piece sets from
$ioto $40, aiul are offering
some inducements to early
buyers. We have the largest
and best stock of
Cut Glass, Pantv China and
k* in the county. See the Hav
iland iK Co. and Avenir French China I Mnner Sets dis
plaved in our window.
Uuv Your Groceries at
Chas. M. Wilson's
Ready for Use on Walls
Woodwork. Burlap, Etc.
Put>p in gallons, half gallons and quarts. Flat colors for inte
rior decoration on woodwork and walls. Has no equal.
Ready to use at any time It is a revelation in its results it has
all the excellences of water colors, the soft, beautiful effect.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Pittsburg Electrically Welded Fence Wire
Sure Hatch Incubators and Brooders
They have few equals and no superiors It will pay you to inves
tigate our claims for these wares —they are reputation builders.
J. C. TANNER
Tinning and Plumbing Falls City, [Nebraska
li. M. Jenne Shoe Store
Exclusive Agents for the
famous line of “ BAI.L
BAND ’ RUBBERS. Rub
ber Boots and Overshoes
Every tiling in Shoes
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I). S. fkCarthy |
Prompt attention given | '
to th< removal of house
: phone no. 211
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| PRANK PECK|
| Auctioneer ij
|| you contemplate having a -
* sale see me or write for terms •
;i; at once. I guarantee satisfac
j; tion to my patrons.
PALLS UTY, NEBRASKA
CLEAVER & SEBOLD
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
notary in office
I C. M. MARION I
AUCTION HHR. i
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Sales conducted in
* scientitic and husi- 2
; ness) i ke m a nner
: C. II. MARION :
' Calls City. Nebraska '
Before arranoinj; date write, tele
phone tir telegraph, my expense
I G. WHITAKER
Phones I6H I.U 21M_Palls Cny Net.
Dll. II S. ANDKEWS
Calls \iiMtvered nay Or Nisht
In Town or Country.
I ELEPHONE No. ^
KARADA. - NEBRASKA
DR, c. N. ALLISON
('hoi.' U1H over ttli’hardeon Count v
FALLS CITY. NEBRASKA
r r. ROBERTS
Office over Kerr's Pharmacy
Office Phene2tV0 Residence Phone 27i
Office Removed to Tootle Block
6th and Francis Sts
DR. W. S. F AST
ST. JOSEPH. MO.
S|u■■ ini attention to Mhl>l( INI,, HEl iAL
Discuses, of WOMI'.N un*l ( II1LDHKN
EDGAR R. MATHERS
Phones: Nos. 1.7, 21.
Sam i.. Wahl Building.
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