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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
Fred Rist was in Falls City Thurs
Will Carsh of Salem spent Sunday
James Hnizda and wifi* spent Sun
day i:i Table "'Rook.
Miss Lillian Adams was a Falls
City visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. W. J. Humphrey is a guest of
Lincoln friends (his week.
A “May-pole” dance was given at
the Bohemian hall Monday night.
Mrs. Mable I nland is now filling
the position of deputy post-mistress.
Miss Marie Gutzmer of Newton,
Kas., is visiting relatives here this
Mrs. li. E. Boyd and daughter, Miss
Gladys, spent Sunday with Salem rel
Mrs. Ray Deurning is here from
Omaha visiting her parents, Preston
Kaiser and wife,
Joy Meyers and bride have- return
ed from a visit with relatives at El
wood and McCook.
L. C. Edwards and wife of Falls
City were guests of Humboldt rela
tives over Sunday.
Mrs, Vernie Graves left Sunday for
Nemaha, where she will spend a few
days with her husband.
Mrs. E. E. Meyers was hostess to
the members of the Linger Longer
club on Friday afternoon.
Calvert Edwards came down from
Hastings and spent a few days with
Humboldt friends this week.
Mesdames Ashford Edie and John
Power attended the W. T. L, con
vention in Falls City Tuesday,
Mrs. Rudolph Hnizda came from
Table Rock Friday on account of the
sickness of her mother, Mrs. William
Robert Traverse came down from
Lincoln Wednesday to spend a short
time with his wife and little son,
E. H. Smith, after spending sever
al days with his brother, Elmer Smith
returned to his home at Blue Springs
Misses Eleanor Williamson and
Zora Alarble attended the Southeast
ern field meet i held in Tecumseh last
Airs. Mable Unland and little dau
ghter, Ruth, returned Sunday from a
visit, with the family of T. .T. Hensley
Airs. Chart's Herr and children re
turned to their home in Havelock
the middle of the week, after a visit
with'relatives in this city.
Mrs. Walter Legg was summoned
Sunday to the bedside of her mother,
Mrs. T. J. Hardy, who is very ill at
her home northeast of this city.
Alisses Rose and Sophie Henzel and
Rose Novotny of Portland, who have
been making a visit in Virginia, Neb.,
spent several days at the home of
James Hnizda and wife.
Prof. it. L. Hoff, Ray Rist, Morion
Younginan. Paul Walsh, Boyd Rist,
Sam Zimmerman, Alfred Rist, and
Clinton Williamosn attended the field
meet in Tecumseh Saturday.
Eight automobiles from Humboldt
were pressed into service Sunday to
take passengers to Sycamore Springs,
where some iliirty-five of our resi
dents spent, the day in picnicing.
Aliss Minnie Beurstetta, whose
homo is in Tecumseh, hut who lias
been attending school in Chicago, for
some time, spent several days with
her brother, Ambrose and family.
Workmen are this week engaged
in laying the foundation for a fine
reside nee for Edwahl Shurtb'ff. When
completed it will not be surpassed by
many farm residences in the county.
An entertainment was given in the
I opera house Friday evening by the
pupils of the public school. Each
grade in the school was represented
and an unusually good entertainment
J. K. Liggett and wife returned on
Sunday from Pawnee Pity, where
they had been visiting friends. While
in the city Mrs. Liggett attended the
Federation of Woman's dubs, which
convened in Pawnee City Wednes
The annual reception tendered by
the juniors to the seniors of the high
school occurred on Wednesday even
ing at the hospitable horn ■ of I>r.
and Mrs. .1. L. dandy. The rooms
were nicely decorated in tin junior
class colors, white and green. A
musical and HL-rary program occupied
the earlier hours of the evening, af
ter which the company went to the
Park hotel, where a sumptuous ban
quet was served.
-A touch of rheumatism or a
twinge of neuralgia, whatever the
trouble is, Chamberlain’s Liniment
drives away the pain at once and
cures the complaint quickly. First
application gives relief. Sold by all
Ed Schuetz was a falls City visit
Mrs. I. A. Dunn was a Harada visit
G. W. Duerfeldt was a Falls City
Jessie Dunn has returned to his
work at E. T. Peek's.
G. W. Duerfeldt has purchased a
fine new Maxwell auto.
This vicinity was visited by a
light shower Sunday night.
Jacob Wissinger was a business vis
itor in Falls City Saturday.
Miss Hattie Lily spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Butler.
Walter and Miss Ella Wissinger
spent Sunday qt the home of 1. \.
Rudolph Faller hauled freight from
Shnbert for U. J. Dunn A- Son last
I. A. Dunn and son, Eugene, haul
ed wire from Shuhert Friday and Sat
urday for R. J. Dunn.
Aulone Gerv ick and Joe and Gust
Lippeld spent Sunday afternoon at
the home of I. A. Dunn.
Mrs. 11. C. Duerfeldt invited a few
of her friends one day last week
to a (pulling. Needles and tongues
both went fast and a good time was
enjoyed and much was accomplished.
About forty of Lillie Miehealeas’
friends gathered at her home north
of here Saturday night to celebrate
Miss Lillie’s sixteenth birthday. She
was taken completely by surprise.
Games were enjoyed until a late hour
when all departed to their several
—For Stile or 'trail*—Small gaso
line engine in perfect condition, will
sell or I rude for cow, horse.buggy.
Call up Falls City Tribune, Phone
226 for particulars.
Si May was a Falls City visitor on
1). S. Hoffnell was a Falls City vis
A1 Kent of Fortesc-ue was a Kulo
Mrs. Will Cunningham left Tuesday
for San .lose, Cal.
Hattie Hart was quite sick set
eral days last weke.
Miss Welch of Humboldt visited
friends here Sunday.
Ira Ferry of Missouri was a Itulo
visitor one day last week.
Green Goolsby of Mo., was a Kulo
visitor one day last week.
Frank Simon was a St. Joseph vis
itor the first of the week,
Alice and Lenore Gilbert were shop
ping in Falls City Saturday.
Rev. A. W. Wachtel spent several
days in Mrownville last week.
Joe Liberty came home from Fre
mont Tuesday for a short visit.
Miss Will Harding of Salem visited
with itulo relatives last wqek.
Bessie and Pearl Anderson spent
Sunday with Kate Young at. the Y.
James Williams of Fortescue vis
ited with his brother hero this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kleckhigor of
Falls City viisted with Itulo relatives
Clyde Adams moved Ids household
goods from Ruin to Nebraska City
Itoy Williams and wife visited with
relatives in Missomi a few days the
Juke Fickle went to Dawson Tin s
day to work with the Burlington con
Harry .Marsh anil sister.Essie,•calm'
down ti .in Dawson Sunday to visit
Mr. in, ! Mrs. Ross went to Skid
mori Monday to spend a few days
Helen Murphy returned the first
of the week from Barnston, Neb.,
where she has been teaching
The friends of Mrs. Olney Graham
gave her a post card shower on last
Tuesday, that being her birthday.
Miss Clara Aikman finished her
school in the Fischer district last
week and is now at home to spend
her summer vacation.
Mrs. Ella Rawley, who has been
.•.ring for Mrs. Phol Horan for the
past, week or two, returned Saturday
to her home in Falls City.
Miss Eulti Eorando of llulo was
united in marriage to Guy Kleckitig
er of Falls City on Tuesday of last
week. They will make their home in
Falls City. Friends wish them joy
A crowd of little folks met at the
home of Carl Huber one evening hist
week to help celebrate his eleventh
birthday. Games were played and all
had a fine time. Refreshments were
served during the evening.
John I). Rockefeller would go
broke if he should spend his entire
income trying to prepare a better med
icine than Chamberlain's Colic, Choi
era and Diarrhoea Remedy for diar
rhoea. dysentery or bowel complaints.
It is simply impossible, and so says
every one that has used it. Sold by
Miss Vesta Lively spent Sunday
Terry Realist was a Falls City
M ss Anna McQuiim sp mt Satur
dn.v and Sand ty in Kulo.
1 rot'. .1. F. Hendricks spent the
week end vacation in Peru?
Bishop llomictun of Lincoln is . x
pe, ted in Dawson this week.
Mr. Ruser ro'urned from the K. L.
(,i S.. convention last week
Miss Emma Wyler spent Saturday
and Sunday with Miss Ih-ssi.' Guir.ii.
Miss Nina Know spent Saturday
Hud Sunday at her homo in 'l lumboldt,
L. i<. Hall and family of Falls ('ey
spent Sunday *witli H< v. Wyler and
Miss Violet Smith spent Saturday
and Sunday visiting her parents in
Henry Sippley, Ben Ubriglit and
\ i. Walker were in Falls City on
Rev. anil Mrs. Holdeman attend'd
the revival services at the Evangelical
church in Verdon.
Mrs. Damon will spend a few days
in*"Falls City as delegate from the
Dawson, W. C T. C.
Mrs. Lalir has- arrived in Dawson
again after spending eight months
visiting friends and relatives in Ohio.
Dawson was visited by a hail storm
Sunday evening. It. is reported to
have done serious injury to the small
Misses Provosce and Coyle, who
have been spending a few days with
Fat In r Luughran left for their homes
in McCook, Neb.
Mrs. Anna Holdeman left Monday
for her homo in Glenville, She has
been spending several week) with
Pev. Holdeman and family.
Mrs. G. A. Iloyle, Mrs. Clyde
Gates and Mrs.Frank Damon attended
the annual county convention of the
W. C. T. U. held in Falls City this
The school taught, by Miss Flora
Bacon closed Friday. The day was
spent in feasting and listening to an
excellent progiam, rendered by the
l)ist. No. TO. of which Miss Hesse
Quinn is teacher closed Tuesday.
The school children gave a splendid
program and the well-filled baskets
were readily disposed of
Mrs. V. K. Kuiorson left Monday
for New Mexico. She has been at
tills place a short time visiting with
friends and relatives, and goes to
New Mexico to look after her prop
erty there. From there she will go
to San Francisco, where she is now
making her home.
M's, A O. Mitchell and four chil
dren arc visiting with Mr and Mrs. (5
\. Hoyle. Mr and Mrs, Mitchell
lui’ ■ been residing in Denver, Col.
Mrs. Mitchell will leave here In a
sUn-t time and join her lutslmnd !u
Alco, 111., where they expect to
:u:iU" their future home.
Conrad Uerdos and wil'o visited in
Falls City on Saturday.
W. S. Hamer ha amoved from the
farm into the Ransom prop • rty.
Stella Boatman returned this week
from a visit to relatives near eVr
T C. Hoe of Falls City Is making
many improvements on ids cottage at
Or. Andrews reports a fine hoy at
the home of A. A. Catlett and wife,
horn \pril 2K.
Dr VanOsdel and lady friend were
guests of Dr. Greene and wife in
Falls City Sunday.
Jesse Cox now greets his many
friends from behind the counter at
W. F. Butler's store.
Miss Marie Higgs and Miss Louisa
Kuhlnuin were guests at the Higgs
home near Shubert Saturday
The primary pupils planted garden
Friday and expect to treat their
friends to radishes ant'd lettuce at
the close of school.
Miss Hattie Lilly, who taught „our
school the past year, lias refused to
accept. Hie principalship for another
year, as site expects to attend the
Mrs. 11 S. Andrews returned this
week from a visii wltli her parents
in Cordell, Oklahoma. Dr. Andrews
met her in Kansas City and they re
Mrs. Ralph Win i h r closed a very
successful term of school last week
in Hist No. 20. Mr. and Mrs Wheel
re expects to go to Si. Joseph as
soon as Mr. Wheeler finishes his
work as census enumerator here.
Don’t forget the temperance rally
at the Kvailgeiieal cltureli next .Sun
day evening. May x. A good program
has been prepared and there will be
special music Rev C. F. Witty and
Rev. W. W. Illough will in' Hie
speakers of the- evening.
Last week George Frazie had a
very pleasant visit with liis sister.
Mrs. Susan Johnson,w horn lie had
not seen for forty-three years. Mrs.
Johnson was accompanied by her
daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Harris. They returned Mon
day to their home tit Neodesha, Kas.
County Option League.
To til*1 People of the Stall of Ne
braska: The officers of the Ne
braska County Option Lea : tie deem
it advisable to give a plain and con
cise statement, to the public con
cerning the purposes and plans of
The central purpose of ibis organ
ization is to secure the nomination
and 1 lection nl' a governor and legis
lature favorable to the principle of
The plan m whit it tills * an best
be accomplish 'd is thought to he
that of organi sing a local •. nmniiltoe
in each county and precinct; to bo
composed of men of till parlies and
creeds favorable to County Option.
These committees are to ty charged
with the duty and responsibility of
securing the nomination and election
of legislators pledged to the enact
ment of such a law.
We believe that the committee in
each county should carry on its cam
paign in its own way, with only such
guidance and assistance from the
date orgtfnizatfctn ns it may volun
We ask tit - local committees to
report full details. Including the
names and addresses of its officers
and members, to Secretary Frank A.
Harrison, at Lincoln.
We wish this letter to be con
structed as the official request of the
Nebraska County Option league for
the immediate organization of the
County Option workers in each
county and precinct.
It. will be the purpose-and aim of
the state organization to so unify and
direct the efforts of the local com
mittees as to bring about the pas
sage by the next legislature and the
signature by the next governor of
Nebraska, of a rational and reason
able County Option bill.
LYSLE I. ABBOTT, President.
F. A. HARRISON, Secretary.
—The Dawson printing plant will
be sold in whole or part, as oppor
tunity offers. Any one wishing to
buy anything belonging to the plant
can do so by calling on W. H. Wyler, i
Everything at the Right Price
Specials this Week
10 Cent Baiting Disnes, 5 Cents
Sec North Window Display
See that line ioc line of Souvenir Opal t hinaware.
If in need of Dishes look over our line. Lowest
prices on dishes, 1 >_v piece or set, in the city.
Don t Forget the Auto to Be Given Away
Saturday. May 28th
s^-ioc RICK’S l0c-25c
The Falls City State Bank
Will In* pleased to loan you what money yon may need
on approved security.
This bank desires your business and is in a position to
extend such accommodations and courtesies as are con
sistent with <jood banking
If you are not already a customer we herewith tfive you
a hearty invitation to become one.
Falls City State Bank
CLIMAX CHICK FEED
You want the best results: you
want to save the most chicks.
We guarantee the CLIMAX
CHICK FEED. The best feed
on the market. We guarantee
it to give satisfaction or your
money back. What more could
you ask? For sale by
V. U. I.yfonl, C. A. Heck, John Her- !
nice, I.. I,. Aldrich, IVncc-LIUlc ('<>., C.
W. Jnekenn, I .ill 1'tlv, Nil'.; (■. \V.
Sturms. Strati—villr: Klam A (’<».. Ara
an I*. O., <*cr». N Oeamfo, Hulot Ocamb
a Starli, Verdun: M. I,, Dowell. Salem:
W. J. 1 mi it it A: Co.. Berada; A. W. Nixon,
TRY A SACK. YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE RESULTS
HFCK & WAMSLEY
FALLS CITY. NEBRASKA
Weil Fftaurn & Co.
fjj The illustration . hewn
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the newest creations lor
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full of style, snap and
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wide range of th.c sea
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fabrics arc row on dis
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Seansonable Lines of Mens and Youths Furnishings
Underwear, Hosier/, Collars and Ties
WAHL &r PARCHEN
WE KEEP OPEN UNTIL NINE O CLOCK
R R. ROBERTS
Office over Kerr’s Pharmacy
Office Phone 260 Residence Phone 271
EDGAR R. MATHERS
Phones: Noe. 177, 217
Sam’l. Wahl Building
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