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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1910)
TIE COMERS AND COERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME.
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week.
— Hat, Sowle's Candy.
—Dn, Wilson, Wahl's building.
—No\v is the time to plant straw
George Smith was down from Daw
—By your seed corn at Heck's
feed store. 15-2t.
—Strawberry plants are ready.—Si
manton & Pence. 13-tf
—Young's Pantorium cleans and
presses ladies skirts. 44-tf
—If it’s shoes you want, call at
the Home Shoe store. 14-lt
Mrs. George Coon of Salem was
shopping here Wednesday.
Orville Noble was over from .Mary
ville. Mo., to spend Sunday.
Norris Rick returned Saturdaj
from a short trip to Atchison.
George Ballingee t ame over from j
Tarkio, Mo., Saturday on business.
.lint Malone and Oscar Leslie of
Salem were visitors here Tuesday.
Mrs. Fred Mosiman is a member of
the News composing force this week. 1
Mrs. John Pearson and Mrs. Grin-!
stead Were Salem shoppers here on I
Mrs. George Reichers went to Hum |
boldt Monday for a short visit with
Miss Stella Shields went to Glas
gow, Kn.. Monday for a \ iss.it with
Mr. arid Mrs. S. A. Little are now
uicel.v settled in the Miles cottage on
North Harlan street.
—Don’t forget to visit the Home
Shoe Store for bargains in shoes
when in Falls City. 14-tf
Mrs. Huugate of Weeping Water
was the guest of Mrs. T. .1, Cist the
latter part of the week.
Mrs. R. A. Scott has gone to Ma
haska. Kas., to visit friends and
hopes to return much improved in
Ed Poteet went to St. Joe Monday
morning and will act as express mes
senger between St. Joseph and , At
.1. E. Ley da enlarged his bar'll and
built on a buggy shed this week in
order to store his new rubber tired
Mrs. Emil Helmer and children,who
have been visiting her parents, Lee
Huston and wife, returned io her
home in St. Joe.
W. A. Allbright came down from
! Dawson Tuesday on business. He re
tmained in the city until Wednesday
with the family of his brother, George
Virgil Falloon and Robert Steele
went to Tecumseh Saturday to see
Fails City walk away with all the
honors in the Southeastern Nebraska
The fixtures of the Lyric theater
were moved by Bowers & Powell on
Tuesday and the Strong building will
be made ready at. once for the new
Landrigan furniture stock.
Fred Schoek went to St. Joe on
the early train Wednesday morning
to lay in a supply of late novelties.
His sister-in-law, Miss Pflaum, accom
panied him to assist in the buying.
Lost—Tuesday, in Falls City or on
the road to Fargo, a folding bill book
with tile name of M. E. Lowry on in
side. A reward of $25 will be given
to the person returning it with con
tents. Cali up Fargo, or Tribune of
The Safety Fire Racape Co., of
Pritt. Iowa gave a practical demon
stration of their apparatus at the
Central school building Tuesday af
ternoon. It is a dosed canvas chute
through which the children -slid to
the ground from the room windows
with screams of delight and apparent
ly no risk whatever. The dignified
professors and even the lady teach
ers slid through without alarm. The
kids pronoufice it a tremendous suc
cess. No doubt tite boys will be able
to bring pressure enough upon the
board to bang up an apantus from
a window in each room. It will
gre;:tli relieve the strain on the ban
ister. Humboldt invested in three
tire escapes of this make.
.Mrs. Phil Schorr, a sister of. Mrs.
Dr. Wilson lias been visiting here.
She will leave for her home in Ot
tumwa, la., Saturday. Mrs. Wilson's
mother, who lias made her home hero
for some time will go witli her and
will make her home iu Ottumwa in
definitely. Vug. Osterliolm, n brother
living in lCssex, Iowa was here Sun
Tin- Ladies Auxiliary to tile Cent- j
tilery Association will meet with Mrs. j
A. Kell r, Tuesday afternoon. May 10. i
Let every member try to be present.
An invitation is extended to all who
are interested to meet with us. Sec
—Wanted -District manager with
headquarters at Falls City. A grand
opportunity for the right man. Ad
dress in confidence. Life P. C. box
1909, New York City.
Westle Morstnan arrived Friday
St. Louis and is making a short visit
at home before going to Seattle,
Wash., where he will engage in busi
Mr. and Mrs. It. C. White arrived
Sunday night from Glenwood, Iowa,
called here by tlie serious illness of
the latter's mother, Grandma Downs.
Mrs. George Lum and daughter.
Miss Gertrude, returned Friday to
their home in Verdon, after a short
visit with Mrs. Mary Cameron.
Mrs. Elmer Kanaly and little dau
ghter, Margaret, left Tuesday for
Kendrich, Idaho, where she will visit
Iter sister, Mrs. Margaret Lewis.
“The Story of a Thriving City” lias
the endorsement of the Commercial
dull, tlie banks and principal buisness
men of Falls City.
Miss Grace Maddox of Montpelier,
Ind , will arrive Saturday for a short
visit with her sister, Mrs. Guy Groon
Archie McCoy came up from Kan
sas City Saturday because of the ill
ness of his grandmother, Mrs. Downs.
Hugh O'Grady was down from
Dawson Monday, business at the eouit
house occupying most of his time.
Misses Nola and Anna McCool of
Salem were in the city Saturday and
were guests of Miss Louise Rule.
Mrs. Royal Vickery returned Sat
urday to her home in Atchison, after
visiting her mother, Mrs. Rick.
,J. G. Whitaker and wife returned
Saturday from their visit in Excelsior
Springs and Kansas City.
Miss Cliloe Prater returned Sun
day i veiling from a week's visit with
friends in Lincoln.
Miss Rose Pflaiun of Nebraska City
arrived Monday to visit her sister,
Mrs. Fred Scliock.
Robert Thornburg and Will Car
lisle came down from Salem to
-—Busy time—quick work with
Vacuum Cleaner. Phone 208 or 420.
B. F. Revelle of Humboldt was ill
the city on business Monday.
Miss Lulu Kelley of Salem visited
Mrs. Henry Mosiman Sunday.
Mrs. Elmer Hoselton of Preston
was Hading here Friday.
C. il. Hargrave went to Lincoln on
business Tuesday night.
I is said that “beauty is only skin deep. " That's suf
ficient. Properly gowned and adorned womankind
is satisfied with this depth of facial beauty. In the
wav of adornments—useful and necessary adornments
—we are showing the very choicest designs in
The prices are fair and reasonable—not “ cheap, " but
inst riyht. Our show window doesn’t tell half the
storv—so many pretty and useful things necessary for
My Lady’s toilet that are not in the window. But they
are here, subject to your approval.
DAVIES & OWENS
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
Don’t Pay High Prices
JUST BECAUSE OTHER MEN DO
Some men think that clothes can’t be good unless they’re
expensive. Usually they’re right.
But here’s once the’re wrong. Clothcraft All-Wool Clothes
cost you only $10 to $25; yet, in style, fabric, wear, fit, work
manship—everything that goes to make thoroughly good cloth
ing—Clothcraft gives you high-priced quality at moderate cost.
The proof of it is the guarantee—a guarantee of all-wool,
good tailoring, lasting shape.
In no other line can you get clothes like these—with a guar
antee like this—at $10 to $25.;
Don’t be satisfied—and you won’t be in the end—unless
your next suit has the Clothcraft label.
The Home of Good Clothing FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
Ili Hidden was down from Dawson
Rimer i I Riser made a business trip
St. .loe Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. diaries Stewart were
Salem shoppers here Friday.
—-Why Not—Use the Vacuum Clean
er and get the dirt out. Phone 208
or 42G. J7-tf.
Mr. and Mis. Georg' Turner was
quite ill from bronchitis, the latter
part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Miller left Fri
day morning for Chillicothe.Mo., for
a visit with relatives.
Mrs. II. Northdorf went to Oska
loosa, Has., Tuesday to visit for a
short lime with relatives.
Mr, and Mrs. Mike McGuire re
turned Friday to their Morrill home
after a visit with relatives in this
Fred .Ylosiman left Friday for Da
kota to take up land. He was one of
the lucky ones in the drawing last
Mrs. John W. Powell and daughter,
Miss Lela, returned Sunday night
from a short visit with Kansas City
Mrs. Harry Neide of St Cloud,
Minn., who spent last week with with
the family of Kev. Neide left Friday
for her home.
Guy Wahl came up from Atchison
the latter part of last week for a few
days’ visit with his parents, Mr, and
Mrs. Harvey Wahl.
Charles Sare and family of Mound
City, Mo., arrived Friday fo” a visit
at the home of the former's sister,
Mrs. Grant Sperry.
Mrs. Conrad Brecht and Mrs. C. C.
Davis went to Marysville, Mo., last
Friday to visit the former's daugh
ter, Mrs. .Tames Stewart.
Mr. anti Mrs. I!. F. Norris taim j
in from Hardin, Mont., Friday for a'
short visit with their daughter, Mrs. I
I. C. Maitst. Mr. and Mrs. Norris i
will pack and ship their household
goods (o their home while here. The
have been doing light housekeeping
and have had their goods in storage
here. They like their Montana home
Miss Myrtle Raim i gave up her pos
ition in the V (i. Lyford store Sat
urday evening. She has been with
the firm for about three years and
tins a great many friends who will
feel regret at not finding in r again
in the aeiistomod place
Miss Mary Murphy, who lias been!
clerking for some time for Samuel <
Wahl resigned her position and re-i
turned to her home in the country.
Mrs. Thomas Naylor returned Fri
day from Lexington, Neb., where she
; spent the past two weeks with her
(daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Huett
Guy Crook left Sunday for a busi
! ness trip through the south. He will
I visit several cities in Texas, among
| which are Waco and Connor.
A. ,). Pence, a member of the firm
of Pence-Little Co., arrived Monday
I from Madison, Neb., and will take
liis place in the store
Mrs. Gwyer Yates, who spent last
wef k with her parents, Ike Mead and
'.ife, ri turned Saturday to her home
Miss May Crawford of Dunbar was
a guest at the home of Mrs. Ellen
King the latter part of tho week,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph is. Simpson re
turned last Thursday from their short
Mrs. Sam Stewart arid Miss Anna
Stewart, of Reserve were shopping in
the city Friday
Manley Kdgecornb was a Ruin vis
Bert Wise and wife were over from
I>r. Bert Wlndle was down from
Louise Peterson is now clerking |
for V. G. Lvford.
i umas Sinilb of Dawson was a
\ a.ilor here Saturday.
Helen Knottier was i)iiite sick the1
latter part, of the week.
Miss Josephine Gelding spent Wed !
nesday shopping in St.. Joe.
Mrs. K. D. Norris and daughter of
Salem were in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Mattie Stoughton is numbered
among our sick ones lids week.
Newton Hosford and sister, Miss
Marie were up from Rulo Wednesday.
J. II. Miles is having his property
on North Stone street remodeled and
Mrs. .1 R. Wilhite and Misa Fran
ces Ramsey spent Wednesday with
Mrs. Ed Frauonfelder was down
from Verdon Friday for a short visit
Mr. and Mrs Ezra Richly and Mr.
and Mrs. L. N. Ried were over from
(irinstead thinks they trimmed him
at the wrong end. They should have
commenced at the top where he
needs it worst, and not at the bot
tom. A great many people believe he
P W. Peterson, wife and daughters,
Margaret and Louise went to Shubert
Monday for the funeral of the little
son of Mr. and Mrs. Parriott. The
little one was taken to Peril for bur
ial. Mrs. Parriott is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Peterson.
Mrs. E. A. Fulton of Pawnee City,
who was here attending the W. <’. T.
F. convention. Slipped off Ili•1 step
while leuving the VanVVinkle home
Wednesday evening and in tho fall
her left shoulder was disocluted and
one how fractured in her rigiit wrist
Site was given medical attention im
mediately and is resting nicely a
this writing, She is almost eight;,
years old. She will be removed t,<>
her home as soon as possible. 1
John and George Downs of Glen
wood, la., arrived Tuesday to at
tend the funeral of their mother, Mrs
Mrs. P. S. Heacoek returned Mon
day from her visit in Omaha with
her daughters, Mrs. Could and Miss
Mr. and Mrs Clarence Sindh mov
ed this week into tho Maust cottage
just north of the Strong building.
Miss Helen Restorer returned Wed
nesday from a visit, with Mr. and
Mrs. Hal Wowles In St. Joseph.
Mrs. Mary Metz and daughter, Lu
cille. returned Wednesday front
two weeks’ visit in St. Joe.
Lost Last Friday evening, a ladies
gold watch. Leave at The Tribute
office and receive reward. It
E. K. Hurst and Prof. Fred Hays
accompanied the track team to Te
Mrs. Herman Zoeller and daughter,
Nellie, were up from Preston last
Mrs. Pert Parish and Mrs R. E.
Grinstead were down from Salem on
Miss Rue Fuller was down from
Verdon Friday visiting her sister.Mrs.
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