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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1910)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
Mrs. Otto "sis a Stella visltoi Fri
Dr. Shook o' Shubert was a visitor
here last week.
Grandma Heineman is very sick
at this writing
George Fogle made a trip to Shu
Miss Verna Arnold was down from
P« ru Friday evening
Fay Sanford enme down from Hum
! old! Friday evening.
Mrs .lames Russel is entertaining
i latives from Salem.
Mrs. Ollle McLain of Falls City
visited friends here last week.
II. I''. Veneh shipped a car load of
hogs to Kansas City Tuesday.
John linll made a trip to St. Joe
i his auto tli..* first of the week
Miss Carrie Gehhat'd returned from
>tella Sunday, where she visited her
W. W. McDermitt eame over from
Salem Wednesday for a short visit
Mr. and Mrs Dave Griffith are re
joicing over the arrival of a little
son, horn April 27.
Mrs Hello McPherson came up from
Kails City Wednesday to take care of
llruce Nedrow's cottage is well un
der way and when completed will be
one of the nicest in town.
Miss Reggie Stump returned home
Sunday from an extended visit with
relatives at lamp Island. Kas.
Frank Bennett and family. i.loyd
’ketrleh, John Melnvelman and Jake
( ook were Salem visitors Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Loran Corn left last
Thursday for Xorcatur, Kas , where
they will make their future home.
Ralph (I carries returned home from
(■malm Sunday afternoon, after spend
inp several months in the hospital
Mrs. Is.uH Phillips and little dau
ghter. Llluli, wen- in Falls City Fri
day,trie pilests <,f Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Robert Thompson came up
from Falls City Tuesday afternoon to
visit her daughter. Mrs. Clcesemnn,
The Junior cln-e- cave a reception
in Parson's hall Friday evening in
honor of the Senior class. A fine
time is reported.
Mrs. K. Romhuugh and little dau
ghter, Vein, took tiie earls morning
train Wednesday for Nemaha City
to visit the former’s parents.
Mrs (ionlslp- received the news of
the death of i.er mother. M's. Shoo
■ik* r. Tuesday. Stic left on the
afternoon train for tie' home of her
lister in gout hern Kansas, where the
L.neral was held Thursday.
Clean Your Cream I
Separator with j
Mot only the quickest and .
easier cleanser you can use, but
also the safest—because it con
tains no caustic or alkali—no
danger of tainting the milk.
Old Dutch Cleanser
is hygienic and Ster
ilizes as v.ell as cleans.
Old Dutch Cleanser is an
all-’round cleanser. It
and is th/ best cleanser to use
in the kitchen and through
out the house. Avoid de
structive caustic and acid clean
ers, and do all
your cleaning with
this one handy, me
(Not a washing
L a r g e-Sfkfr
Mr Chaney of Stella spent Tuesday
and Wednesday here.
C. A. Smiley and son, Church, wer*
Falls City visitors Friday.
Lewis Shulenberg of I la rad a mad<
i this a place of business Monday.
Mrs. FI la Slagle spent a few days
last week with friends in Falls City.
Min h Hannon of .iulesburg. Col
visited friends friends here on Mon
Several from here visited Salem
on Sunday to view the ruins of the
Fred lioatman and family were the
guests of relatives at Salem a few
days last week.
The recital given at the opera
bouse Saturday evening by Miss
Hurtles was well attended.
Messrs .toil's and French of Au
burn were in this vicinity tuning
pianos and organs last week.
Mrs James Stephenson and little
son of Falls City spent last Thurs
day here with her husband.
Fred Colglazicr and family accom
panied by Frank Imbr attended the
oratorical conttst in Falls City.
Dan McDaniels made a trip to
western Kansas last week where he
lias intentions of buying a farm.
Mrs. William Spelling, who under
went quite a ' lions operation a few
weeks ago is now able to lie out.
Tile ladies of the Christian Aid so
ciety will meet at the home of Mrs
Fred Moatman Wednesday afternoon.
II 10. Williams, one of our leading
merchants who lias been in poor
Ileal!ii for some time, is now able to
lie out again.
I. M. Fvam. and wife accompanied
iv Mrs. Dr. Shook and Mrs. F. I,.
I0\ans were shopping in Falls City Hi
latter part of the week.
The dance given by the young pro
>1" at tin opera house Friday evening
c ic, a grand success and all present
Mu nl a very enjoyable evening.
The .splendid work of Chamber
ilu’n Stomach and Liver Tablets
s daily coming to light. No such
i: ilid remedy for liver and bowel
roubles were ever known before.
Ilmaunds bless them for curing con
dipattou. sick headache, biliousness,
jaundice and indigestion. Sold by all
tiny Uciity, Chester Stump and
if a relative.
Mis. N. lv ck and two eliildreu
-■> ni Sunday in Salem.
Air-' F. M. Shafer was the pu I of
Mrs. .'.'.ears hut Sunday. .
Born, to Mr. Meats and wife, on
April 25, into, a daughter.
Mm. II. Mein hart was a guest of
Mrs. Kd Kinunel Sunday.
Everett. Guilliumi* spent Sunday at
the home of Win. Kentopp.
George Sturms and wife and son,
Earl, spent Sunday in Salem.
John Fields and family spent Sun
day in Falls City with relatives.
Mrs. Mary Wicks is visiting her
brother, Wes Nedrow and family.
Will Frehse and Norman Lape of
this place spent Sunday in Salem.
Herman Beachy and wife spent
Sunday with Wes Nedrow am! wife.
Mr. Wes Nedrow and children
spent Wednesday with Mrs. W. Stumi
Wilma Nedrow spent a portion of
last week with her sister, Mrs.
Guy Burk spent Sunday with ltis
sister. Mrs. Fred Chesley, in Falls
R Watson and wife and Mrs.
Tucker spent Sunday with Kd Kitn
mel and family.
Fr*. <i Martuet and family were the
sts of Mrs. Marmet's parents last
Sa i day night and Sunday.
Mrs. F. M. Shaffer and Mrs. Lutz
ill. b on Mrs. L. ,1. Hitchcock and
Mr A. Elshiro last Tuesday.
ster Stump and family and Miss
Banner spent last Thursday at the
dome of Mr. Sailors near Barada.
Cl on Peck and wife returned home
from Carlton. Neb., Friday. They
we>v accompanied by Mrs. Peck’s sis
Delos Spickler, Cleon Pock and
families and Mrs. Charles Stump and
baby spent Sunday with Frank Lieh
ty and family.
Mrs. Beauchamp was called to At
chison. Has., aist week by the death
families were guests of Frank Liehty
and family Sunday.
Every one is rejoicing over the
glorious rain we cot. in this vicinity
Sunday night, for it was much need
ed. Pastures were short and other
crops were in need of the rain,
Never hesitate about giving Cham
b< rlain’s Cough Remedy for children.
It contains no opium or other narcot
ics and can be taken with implicit
confidence. As a quick cure for
coughs and colds to which children
are susceptible, it is unsurpassed.
Sold by all druggists.
H. C. Fankell is the ne»t lucky
man to own an auto.
The new steel seats for the cem
etery arrived Tuesday.
Mrs. Haggard left last week for n
visit with relatives in Kansas.
Scott Argabright and famdy visiter
Sunday with relatives in Auburn.
L. M. Swan of Peru was in town
Friday looking after his property.
Miss Grace Swihart is visiting hot
grandparents, lac oh Swihart and wife
I Fred Gilbert left Tuesday night lot
| South Dakota, where he will file on
Arnold Harstier was in Omaha set
eral days last week transacting busi
Charles and L. (I. Fankell were
Omaha lisitors several days last
Roy Griffith and wife are now
housekeeping in the L. M. Swan
.lames Garner is here from Cali
fornia visiting Itis sister, Mrs. S. R.
Miss Edna Hoppe is at the home
; of Mrs. Mattie Hodge, sick with the
Mrs. Jennie Griffith is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Charles Seigler, in
Max Keefer and wife are enjoying
a visit with Mrs. Keefer’s parents
Mrs. Angelinc (taper visited Sun
day and Monday with her daughter,
Mrs. George Randall.
10!nier Pugh and wife enjoyed it
visit last week from Mr. and Mrs.
Licit letter of \ubimi.
Charles Paper and family of Ver
dun were visitors at the home of
George Randal and wife.
Oriando Veal came up from St.
Joseph last week and spent a few
days with Stella friends.
Mrs. II. E. Clark and son. Ernest,
of Kansas City are visiting her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. E. Monod.
James Nutter and wife are here
from Kansas City and are occupying
their residence on Main street.
Minion Peake made a visit to Sa
bot ha, Kas., last Sunday. He says he
was met at the depot by seven girls
M. II Vandevcnter and wife left
Tuesday for .1 visit with the latter’s
brother, Reese Lind and family in
Harry Foster and wife have moved
In'i'e from Oklahoma and will live
with the latter’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Moore.
Mrs. A. .1. Kaldwin and Mrs. Then.:
Weaver visited Thursday and Friday
with Mrs. F A. .leanings and Mrs.
less Shrimpton at Salem.
S. II. Iiailey and wife and Flank
Wolf, wife mi l little son were in Sa
lma Sunday, guests at the home of
less Shriinpioii and wife.
Miss .lunette Weller has been in
Omaha the past three weeks at the
home of her brother, Ralph, who is
recovering from typhoid fever.
Mrs. Reabuck of Auburn visited her
sister, Mrs. M. Shafer, last week. She
had been visiting relatives a* Verdon
and stopped here on her way home.
Win. Paul and family are all having
the measles. Klsie lias been very ill,
ns she was just recovering from a
sick spell when she broke out with
Miss Cora Yandeventer arrived
from Dakota last week and v isited a
few days with her grandfather, after
which she went to the home of Frank
Mullen near Dawson.
Mrs. Lizzie Shiley, who had been
visiting her brother and sister, M.
Shafer and Mrs. Martha Weaver,left
last Thursday for Kansas, whore she
will make her home with her son.
The thirteen-year-old daughter of
Henry Holtel, who was injured in the
explosion Iasi week was sent to Kan
sas City Sunday for treatment. She
and her father were generating gas
to operate a moving picture show,
when the gas exploded, injuring both
the father and daughter. The girl
grew worse and on Sunday was sent
to a hospital. The father and older
daughter are still here camping in a
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
I Tabb ts will clear the sour stomach,
: sweeten the breath and create a
healthy appetite. They promote the
flow of the gastric juice, thereby in
| during good digestion. Sold by all
James T. Margrave was in Kails
Mr. and Mrs. A. Larabee were Falls
City visitors Wednesday.
Clyde Thacker visited Lis par
ents in Falls City Sunday.
Miss Alice Banks was a St. Joseph
passenger Sunday evening.
Elmer Hoselton made a business
trip to Falls City Saturday.
Mrs. E. Hoselton and her son, Glen
drove to Fajls City, Friday.
One of II. It. Morris’ twins lias not
been well the past few days
Miss Lulu Stanley of Kansas City
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Elmer Hos
elton this week.
Miss Nora Jones came down from
Falls City Friday evening for a visit
; witli Miss Myra B. sh.
Henry Banks ax.il wife returned to
their home In St. Joseph Sunday after
visiting their parents and friends at
this place for a few days.
Misses Agnes Sinclair and Bessie
Stumbo of Falls City attended com
mencement here Friday night. They
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Freed
Shelly until Sunday afternoon.
I.ast Friday evening witnessed the
■ closing of a very successful year of
our public schools, under the manage
rnent of .Misses Katherine McMahon1
and Agnes Schraeder. An excellent j
program was rendered, consisting of
songs, dialogues and recitations. Prof.
T. J. Oliver delivered an eloquent ad
I dress and in a few well chosen words
presented the class of ir>10 with their
diplomas. The class consisted of the
following members: Flora Iloselton.
Alice Banks, Ruth Bowersox. Martha
Arnold, Evelyn Shelly and (lien Mos
elton The class went to Fulls City
Saturday to have their pictures taken
FALLS CITY, NEB
Lock Box No. 12.
REPORTS on financial standing
and reliability of firms, corporations
and individuals anywhere.
Domestic and foreign COLLEC
TIONS given prompt and competent
Paste this in
J. B. WHIPPLE
W I L L S E L L
Saturday, Oct. 15, 1910
Saturday, Nov, 59, 1910
In the District. Court of Richard
son county, Nebraska.
Ralph A. Clark, plaintiff, \ The
I'nknown llcirs of Nathan Drown, De
Thy above named defendants will
take notice that the plaintiff filed
his petition in the above court against
you. the object and prayer of which
are to quiet title to the East half of
Section I. Township 2, Range 14.East
of the ti I*. M., in Richardson county,
Nebraska, and to cancel a certain
mortgage executed to Nathan Drown
for $.'>00.00 recorded in Mortgage Dook
H, iit page 269 of the mortgage rec
ords of Richardson county. Nebraska.
You will plead to said petition on
or before the 20th day of June, 1910,
or tli(> allegations therein will be
taken as confessed and decree en
tered as prayed in said petition.
RALPH A. CLARK.
Reavis & Reavis, attorneys for I’ltf.
(First pblication May 6—4t.)
Order to Show Cause.
In the Distiict Court of Richard
son county, Nebraska.
in the matter of the application of
Harmon Loennig. guardian of the
estate of Gustav iloeck. insane.
On reading and filing the petition
duly verified by Harmon Loennig.
guardian of tin estate of Gustav Ilo
eck. insane, for license to sell the
following described real estate, in
wit: The Southeast Quarter of the
Northwest Quarter and the South
west Quarter of the Northeast Quart
er, all in Section Twenty-eight (38),
Town Three CD, North, Range
Thirteen (CD, East of the (ith I’. M..
in Richardson county, state of Ne
braska. for the purpose of raising
money to pay off certain indebted
ness, amounting to about $3,'>00.00.
and for tin1 purpose of investing the
surplus funds to be received from
the proposed sale in interest bearing
securities for the benefit of said ward
and for the benefit of the minor
children of said ward, and it appear
ing from said petition that the said
guardian is without sufficient funds
of said ward with which to pay off
said indebtedness, and it further ap
pearing that it will be to the benefit,
of saiil estate io sell said land, it is
therefori1 ordered that the next of kin
of said Gustav Boeck, and all persons
interested in said estate appear be
fore the District. Court or one of the
District Judges at the court house
in the city of Auburn, county of Ne
maha, and state of Nebraska, on the
8th day of June, 1910, at 9 o’clock a.
m.. to show cause, if any there be,
why a license should not be granted
to said Harmon Loennig. guard
ian. to sell the above described real
estate, for the purposes in the pe-1
titlon set. forth, and it is further or
dered. that a copy of this order lie j
published once each week for four
consecutive weeks in the Falls City
Tribune, a newspaper printed and
published in Richardson County, Ne
Done at the May term of the Dist
rict court of Richardson county, state
of Nebraska, this 3d day of May, 1910.
JOHN B. RARER.
Judge of the District Court of Rich
ardson County, State of Nebraska.
Roscoe Anderson, Att'y for Applicant.
First publication May 6 1 times.
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A. G. WANNER, Druggist, Falls City.
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Better build up a bank account and be on the
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Monday, May 30th
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