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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1910)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
Morton Youngman spent several
days in Salem Mils week.
J. K. Briggs of Sumiuerfield was
on our stret is Saturday.
L^vvis Edwards of Falls City was
in Humboldt a short time tills week.
Mrs. Lew Marburgi i has been on
the sick list this week.
Mrs. IC. Goolsby of Dawson was
in this city a short time Wednes
Herbert Ford came down from Lin
coln for a short visit with home
Miss Eleanor Williamson returned
Wednesday from a visit with friends
Miss Etta Lipp of Dawson spent
the first of the week with friends in
Mrs. Roy Main and little daughter
Helen, of Table Rock are visiting at
Mrs. W. II. Martin entertained a
number of friends at whist Thursday
Miss Ftivc Sanford of Verdon is
visiting Olis ITnketVr and family
Emil Franks and wife of Omaha
are visiting the latter’s mother, Mrs.
Nola AlbrlglU returned Wednesday
from a few days tisit with relatives
in Falls City.
M. W. Harding returned Friday
from llolvidere, Iowa, where he had
been quite sick.
Mrs. .toy Mann and < iiildreti of l)n
Hois visited relatives in tills city the
first of the week.
Laura Moore and (Jeorge Warner,
both of tills city, were married in
Falls City Saturday.
Rudolph Hutzdn and wife of Table
Rock spent the first of the week in
tills city with relatives
Mrs E. Whitney and son, Irvin, of
Omaha are visiting Humboldt rein
tives and friends this week.
Miss Mable Shire of Dawson spent
several days of this week with her
sister, Mrs. Will Waggoner.
Mrs. S. 10 Davis and daughter, Flor
ence, returned Saturday from a visit
with friends at Wilber, Neb.
-lohn Fryburger and family of Falls
City were in the city visiting rela
tives tin- first of tin' week.
W. It Alexander and wife of Daw-j
son were guests at the home of
Dr. Morris and wife this week.
10. M. Wherry and .lames Stewart.!
pronihient business men of Pawnee
City were Sunday visitors in this
Mrs Chester Powers entertained a
number of friends Wednesday after
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noon in honor of Mrs. lien ('hurt
Jo1 Morris, who has been employed
at Arapahoe, returned to this city on
Sunday and celebrated the Fourth
The little sou of (). K. Zook and
wife was taken to St. Joe the first
1 of rile week, where he will he treated
A. A. Tanner and family, accompan
ied by Miss Kmnia Frank of Lincoln,
are guests of Dr. 10. 10. Meyertf and
family this week.
Misses Ruby Hash and Hattie Dor
land. who are attending the summer
school in Peru, spent several days
tliis week at home.
Mrs. J. 11. Ford and daughter,
Madge, returned to their home in
this eity Saturday, after an extended
visit In VVaverly, 111.
Robert Hflsler and wife returned to
their home In Lincoln Sunday, after
spending a few days with the latter’s
mother, Mrs. K. K. Davis.
While alighting from a buggy Fri
day, Mrs. Arthur Daub met with a
very painful accident of fracturing
several hones In tier ankle.
M try dandy, who lias been visit
ing in Lincoln for some time, return
ed Saturday. She was accompanied
by Henry Seely of Lincoln.
Mrs. Knowltoti Carpenter and child
ren of Kansas City came to this city
Thursday and are visiting Will John
son and family and other relatives.
Frank Powers and Clifford Cope
arrived in Humboldt the last of the
week having driven overland from
the Powers' ranch at Rosalia, Kas.
Mias Marie Turner and brother,
Mylo, came down from Lincoln the
last of the week and are guests at
the home of their grandparents,
Turner and wife.
An immense crowd gathered in
Humboldt Monday to celebrate the
Fourth. With the exceptions of a
few combats the crowd was quite or
derly and peaceable and no serious
in cidents occurred.
.1. R Cain. .Ir., was in Tecumseh
(lie 'irst of llu> week.
Mr. iinnd Mis. .lacoli Swihart were
shopping in Autmrn Wednesday.
Mrs. Mort Gilbert is enjoying a
visit from her sister from Illinois.
Sam Radinsky of Lineoln visited
tile first of the week with Miss Eva
Rev. Hinkle and family entertain
ed company from Brock Friday and
Miss Sarah Palmer visited this
week with her grandmother and
aunt in Auburn.
Row Hinkle and family spent (lie
Four 111 in the country wit 11 Mr. and
Mrs. K. Winfrey.
Mrs. Harriot and children of Au
burn are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Tynan.
Mis. Jennie Griffiths visited the
first, of the week with lier son,
George and family.
Mr. Hailey from Brock helped with
the invoicing at Vaught & Sayers’
the first of the week.
Quite a number of our citizens cel
ebrated at home and enjoyed picnic
dinners on their lawns.
Kd Hammond, wife and son of
Lincoln visited old Stella friends a
few days the past week.
Mrs Hays and daughter. Neva
da, returned Sunday morning from a
years stay in California.
Miner Marts and family moved
from near Howe to the James farm
one mile north of town, Friday.
Mrs. Angeline Kaper visited the
latter part of the week with her
daughter. Mrs. George Uandal.
Mrs. Kate Fraker went to Hum
boldt Saturday for n visit with her
daughter, Mrs. David Cowman.
M:s. Robert Goolsby and children
of Verdon visited the first of the
week with J. M. Goodloe and fam
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and baby of
Broi U visited the latter part of
last week with Alfred Shelonberger
A daughter weighing six and one
half pounds came to the home of
Joshua Curtis and wife Wednesday,
The two little sons of Mr. and
.Mrs. Noah Allen of Omaha are visit
ing their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Olga Chaney of Kansas City
visited her parents from Friday until
Monday evening, when she left for
a trip to Colorado.
•J W. Vaught has bought John H.
Sayers Interest in the hardware and
furniture store and will again as
sume whole control.
Mrs. J. M Goodloo and children
spent the Fourth with Mrs. Grant
Smith and Hr. Smith and Mr Good
loe celebrated in Falls City.
Mrs. Arthur Shelenberger was tak
en sick at the home of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis, on Monday
and is In a critical condition.
Mrs. A. VV. Montgomery returned
honii' last week after an extended
stay in Omaha. She received no ben
efit from (he physicians there and
is quite poorly.
Norman Sniilie and wife spent
last week on theform with the lat
er's sister, Mrs. 101 tiler Mason. Mr.
Mason is in Omaha with their little
son, who is at the hospital.
Mrs. Weller has returned to Oma
ha where she and Miss Janette will
keep house for her son, Ralph and
wife, Willie they take a tour of the
west for th<‘ benefit of Mr, Weller’s
The children of the Bible School
of t!i“ Christian church gave tlielr
children’s Day program Sunday ev
ening. The house was crowded and
the little folks did fine. The col
lection was almost $14.
Mrs. Rebuclc andd aughter, Mable,
of Auburn visited Saturday and Sun
day with her sister, Mrs. M. Shafer.
On Monday morning they went to
the Nemaha, south of Salem, where
she nns joined by her children from
Sabi tha. Kas., and together enjoyed
J. Harper spent last, week with
his brother at Darner, Kas.
Miss Vera Hergsmu returned home
the latter part of the week from Wy
oming where she lias been visiting
Mrs. George Bricker entertained
her niece, Mrs. Chloe Estes of Laird,
Col., this week. Mrs. Estes will he
remembered as Miss Chloe Wilkinson,
formerly of Verdon.
Mrs. Crosier of Guide Hock is vis
iting relatives here.
Miss lola, and Cretoria Wiles spent
Monday in Salem.
Miss Ella James left Tuesday for
a pleasure trip through the east.
Mr. Carnes, wife and son of Brack
en were the guests of their daughter,
Mrs? Lee Shubert over Sunday.
Harvey Hall and wife accompanied
his Sunday School class to the Mis
souri river and tlu* Indian cave on
Wednesday and a jolly good time
Misses Lena and Maggie Weiek are
visiting their sister in Falls City.
Hole Jimmie Slagle arrived here
from the soldiers’ home at Leaven
worth on Tuesday. He expects to
spent tlie summer here with ills old
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Frank Mullen and children
left Wednesday for a visit with her
parents at Miltonville, Kas.
I\ S. Heacock and Warren liut
cliiu.i of Falls City were visitois here
M'ss Ora Cowel of Unadilla Neb.,
is visiting her friend, Mrs. Hoy Ed
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bahr are the
proud parents of a line baby girl,
born June 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Long are
rejoi-ing over the arrival of a fine
baby girl, born Sunday,June, 26.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Lilly entertain
ed a number of friends and rela
tives at ice cream Sunday. A fine
time is reported by all.
L. II. Morehead and wife celebrated
iu Falls City.
George Fogle of Verdon was in
\V. K. Slagle and family celebrated
at Barbour lake.
W. G. Kuker was a Shubert visitor
one day last week.
Little Raymond Reddick is quite
ill at this writing.
.1. II. Morehead was a business vis
itor here Tuesday.
Miss Laura Mitchell of St. Joseph
is visiting relatives here.
Ur. Andrews reports a baby boy
at the home of Ed Lunsford, born j>n
A little daughter arrived' at the
home of Leon Vassar and wife on
Satu day, July 3.
If. J. Kelly returned the first
of tin week from a few weeks so
journ in Omaha.
C. 11. Martin spent Satrday and
Sunday in Oregon, Mo., with his
daughter.M rs. Philip Markt, and fam
Rev. and Mrs. Essley, I. A. Dunn
and family and Rev. Blough and fam
ily and a large number of Barada’s
young people spent the Fourth at
the Indian cave. •
R. ,1. Dunn & Son. and \V. F. But
ler gave the people of Barada and
vicinity their annual treat in a fine
display of fireworks on the evening
of the Fourth.
Richard and Edward Slagle re
turned Saturday from a two months’
trip through California and other
western points. They came home
by way of Silver City, New Mexico
visiting with their grandparents.
Wilson Wamsley, Jacob Peters,
Charles Wileman, J. A. Martin and
their childrt n, Mrs. Byrd Mitchell and
and children. Mrs. Byrd Mitchell and
children, Mrs. W. C. Bridgeman, An
na and Fay Franklin and Miss Laura
Mitchell formed a merry picnic party
and spent the Fourth at Barbour
.lack Goolsby was a Rulo visitor
Mr. Bishop was a Falls City visit
Lena Caverzagie spent the Fourth
in St. Joseph.
Kd MeVey went to Humboldt Mon
day to celebrate.
F. I1,. Kuly of VVymore was a Rulo
i visitor last week.
Garnet Wilson was a Rulo visitor
one day last week.
.lack Hlainard of Missouri was a
Rulo visitor Sunday.
Alice and Alta Gilbert were Falls
Mrs. Larson left for Wilsonville,
Neb., last Friday night.
Charles Sessna of White Cloud was
a visitor here Saturday.
lieu Lunsford was a Falls City vis
itor one day last week.
W. B. Hinton ol' Falls City spent
a day in Rulo last week.
Mr. Crook of Falls City attended
the dunce here last week.
Lee MeVey was a passenger to
Humboldt Monday afternoon.
Al Dixon of Wymore was a busi
ness visitor in Rulo last week.
Agent Pope moved his family into
their nice new home last week.
Mrs. Munson of Oneida is visiting
with her son in Rulo this week.
Margaret. Pierce made a business
trip to Fargo one day last week.
K< v. A. K Wachtel returned from
a trip to St. Joseph Friday night.
Qt.’te a crowd of young people at
tended the dance here last week.
Olney Graham was a Falls City
business visitor one day lust week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams snent
Sunday with relatives at Fortescue.
Mr. Gilbert went to St. Joseph one
diiy last week for medical treatment.
Mrs. Goosman left for St. Joseph on
Fid iay to visit with her son's family.
M'\ and Mrs. .1. A. Osborne and
son, Merrill spent Monday in St.
Bessie Anderson returned from
Peru Friday night to spend several
Mrs. Jomlrow and daughter, May,
visited with relatives in Rule last
Mrs. R. 0. Henderson returned on
Monday for a visit with relatives in
F • d Ball went to Lincoln Saturday
night to spend a few days with his
Mamie. Katie and Margaret Kan
aly wore Falls City visitors one day
Dr. Houston of Falls City was
called here Tuesday to see Mrs. Joe
Mr and Mrs. Will True went to
Salem Sunday for a f w days visit
Mrs. Klli’n Orinsky of St. Joseph is'
helping take care of her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. I). E. Fickel and three chil
dren visited with relatives at Fortes ’
cue lust week.
Anna Davis has spent the past
two weeks visiting with her uncle
at White Cloud.
Sophia Pierce came down from
Peru Saturday to spend the Fourth
with her mother.
Edna Ball came down from Lin
coln Iasi week to spend the week
with her grandparents.
Earnest Shepherd came up from
St. .Joseph Saturday to spend the
Fourth with home folks.
Byron Harrison returned from Ne
leigh one day last, week, where he has
spent the past ten weeks.
George Seeley came in from the
west Friday night where he has
been working the past week .
Mr. Oldfield, who lias been visit
inng with relatives here returned to
liis home in Auburn last week.
Mas. John Hopkins and children
returned 'ast week from a three
weeks visit with relatives in Iowa.
Mr. Bingham and family went to
St. Joseph Sunday morning to spend
a few days with friends in that city.
Ella Carpenter came up from St.
.Toe to spend the Fourth. She was
accompanied home by little Howard
Mr. and Mrs. Tangburn and little
daughter returned Monday evening
from a visit with relatives in Table
Mrs. John Kanaly and little son,
and Mrs. C. Caverzagie left Tuesday
afternoon for a visit with relatives
Frank VanVaulkeuburg returned to
St. Joseph Monday evening after a
visit with his parents and little dau
ghter in this city.
Blain Anderson, Edith Hinkle, Cla
ra Aikman, A. Boylen and Hope
Ward all drove to Falls City Mon
day morning to spend the day.
M's. Teft returned to her home
in Waterloo, Iowa, Frdiay. While
here she disposed of her part of
the building which was used a few
years ago for Belpiers’ shoe store.
George Ocamb being the purchaser.
Twelve young ladies gave a dance
at Hosford’ hall on Thursday evening
of last week. A good crowd was in
attendance, and althought the night
was very warm, all enjoyed the ev
ening. The Wrighf Brothers of Fargo
! furnished the music.
E. A. Harden returned Wednesday
George Coon was over from Sa
B. F. Veach returned Tuesday from
a trip to Chicago.
Everett Coon was a Stella visitor
one day this week.
Dr. Thomas was a business visitor
in Lincoln last week.
Frank Clark and wife left last
week for Knoxville, Iowa.
Supt. Oliver of Falls City was a
pleasant visitor here this week.
Blanche Houtz left on Wednesday
for I ennett, Neb., to visit friends.
Florence Hull returned last week
from a visit to relatives in Shubert.
Mr. G. 1). Knapp and father made
a business trip to Omaha last week.
Llovd Dietrich made a business trip
to Falls City the latter part of the
James Wells and family returned
Sunday from a short stay at Paul,
Misses Myrtle and Elina Dillon left
Sunday for a visit with relatives in
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas are rejoicing
over the arrival of a little son, born
Miss Stella Johnson is visiting her
brother, A1 Johnson and family, at
Bessie Stump arrived Tuesday ev
ening from a visit to relatives at
Rev. Ratcliffe delivered his fare
well addres. at the Christian church
Miss Verna Wilkinson left Friday
for Shubert. From there she will go
to Nebraska City.
Howard Conover left Friday for
Caldwell, Idaho, after a short visit
with his. mother.
Mrs. M. L. Dowell came over from
Salmi? Wednesday to visit her sister,
Mrs. .0 D. Knapp.
l-< n Goolsby came up from Falls
City Saturday and remained until
Sunday with Mrs. M. A. Clark.
Clarence Nussbaum came down
from Omaha Saturday evening to
spend the Fourth with home folks.
Charles Sloan returned to his home
in Ncreatur, Kas., after a visit to
his sister, Mrs. Sig Fuller and family.
Mrs. Ed Orcutt and children re
turned home from a few days visit
with lelatvies at Rulo and Falls City.
Mrs. B. F. Veach had the pleasure
of entertaining Mrs. Cameron and
daughter, Miss Grace, of Kansas
Mesdames Ed and Dan Griffiths en
tertained friends Tuesday afternoon
at the homo of the former, south of
Mrs Robbins and daughter arrived
Monday from Oklahoma for a visit
with the former's sister, Mrs. Mary
Miss Ora Hillings entertained a
party of friends at the home of Mrs.
C. W. Benedict on Wednesday even
ing. Refreshments of ice cream and
cake were served.
'Those frt m here that were in
Falls City Friday were M and Mrs. O.
Bern diet, Mesdames. E. Randolph, Ed
Kuk‘>r, Frank Dietrich, Herbert Woll
enborger and Alice Hasenyager.
To Mark the Day
you call her thine, the handsom
est engagement ring you can af
ford is none too good. Come here
and we ll help you choose wisely
and according to your means
For the Eastertide
it will be just as well to secure
the ring now. That will give us
plenty of time to attend to the en
graving all wedding rings should
R. B. Simpson
North Window Kerr s Pharmacy
Bargain All This
At the New Furniture Store
and Center Fables
To Close Out at Cut Prices
Day Phone 422 — ,, ,
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