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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1910)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country friends
Clyde Bunt spent this week in Kan
ms city. m
C iris Horn was over Iroiu Biirada
Will Hinkle, living south of town,
is very ill.
IB urge Fog 1 and nephew drove to
Mrs, Me Henry is spending this
week in Lincoln
M-s. Jerome Simpson lias been very
ill Hu past week.
Myrtle Dillon visit'd friend'- at
Shui't rt Saturday,
Joe Estes "as down from Stella
one day last w i k,
Mrs. W. F. v’eaeh was shopping in
Fall- City last week
Mis. Eliza Goolsby returned home
from Falls City Friday.
1*. S lleaeiH'k was up from Falls
City on business Friday.
Peter Fredotick, Jr. was up from
Fall- City one day ibis week.
F„ A. Harden was a business visitor
at. Nebraska City Wednesday.
Vrthur Chase is ill with typhoid
fever at the home of tils father
F. W. Robb and Bert Stevens left
Saturday for a trip to Chicago.
Orlando Veal and two daughters of
St. Joe were visitors here Sunday.
Clifford Burk of San Diego, Cal , is
visiting relatives in and near Ibis city
John Weaver, George Bum and
Frank l’aul were county seat visitors
It N. Cox of Western, Neb , was
looking after business matters here
Frank Jones returned to Trenton,
Wednesday, aftet a v isii with old
Hey Johnson was taken very ill
Friday evening and is still in a criti
M's Thomas McManus of Falls
City was the guest of her daughter
here the past week
M's. F. Gibson and children ciimo
dowi from Auburn Tuesday for a
visil with relatives.
Mrs. Frank Bennett has been very
ill with typhoid-malaria, but Is much
better at this writing.
Mrs Frank Waggoner and little
laughter were Falls City visitors a
few days this week
Frank Bennett sold his dray line to
Joe Kstes who will take charge in
a couple of weeks.
Miss Cora Fnstenau of Nebraska
City Is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
John Keefers and family.
K. K. Kwing and the Misses Han
fe made a trip to Council Fluffs In
Mr. Kwlng’s auto recently.
Miss Ine* Griffith returned from
Falls City this week after a visit to
her sister. Mrs. I> M. Davies.
Mrs. Dallas Yoder and baby of Falls
City spent Sunday with the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cook
Mrs John llossaek and little grand
son of Falls City were guests at the
hems of W. C Sloan a part of this
Mis Arthur Chase arrived on tile
*n moon train Saturday to help
rare for le>r husband who is danger
Miss Amelia Shrader loll Monday
for ;> visit witli friends at Council
Grow . Kansas Her brother, John,
r -companied tier as far as Falls City.
• "oudi nts should take i>aii\s;
to Ivi e He ir manuscript in the best!
yos ,M !• o’dition and endeavor to
get Diehl to til’s office ns envlv as
pra. Alcalde if they will do this, it
will avoid disappointments and great
ly facilitate the work in the office.
C II Marlin was a Kails City visit
Crandaii' Thompson rot. 11 mod to her
horn* in Kails City Tuesday.
W K Jtutler and .1. A. Martin were
business callers in Shubert Monday.
Walter and Kloyd Ort- and their
wis' : spent Sunday at the home of
Priscilla WoodrinK of Ktills City
pent last week with her sister, Mrs.
I. K Ruinhaugh.
Cornelius ami Janies Sliafer, who
have been visiting friends near Ban
croft. returned homo Tuesday.
John Crant has rented the M M.
Hendricks house just west of Barada
and has moved his family there,
Hr S A. VnuOsdel reports a baby
boy at tile home of Mr. and Mrs.
I.ouit Coorge born, Monday. July 2fi.
If. .1 Ittiuti and Otis Sailors were
in Lincoln las' week. While there
otis purchased a new Regnl auto for
which he ts now agent.
K Anllml of Craig, Mo., is in this
vicinity looking after the marketing
of our apple crop He is in the em
ploy of Mr Martin of Shubert.
Thomas Noah received a very pain
ful bruise on the head while crossing
a bridge with a hinder. The binder
i aught on the bridge and one of the
levers struck him on the head. He
will be able to take Ills place in the
'inf est field in a few days.
Mrs Nellie Peters entertained on
Kridny afternoon in honor of her
niece. Miss Laura Mitchell of St. Joe.
She gathered together a merry group
of girls and took them to the Indian
cav- A merry time was passed in
this vicinity; a com roast was one of
the feature of the day which mill
ed to the number of good tilings en
joyed at the picnic supper. Tile
guests were Anna Franklin.Priscilla
'Voodring, Parma and Flossie Wains
ley, Mrs. Peters and Mrs. J. A.
Charles McDowell Is still very ill
at this writing.
Mrs. Ess ley spent Monday with
Mrs Sturms and daughter.
Wanda and Honiu Shaffer were the
guests of Ethel Peck Sunday.
Rebecca Cully entertained in honor
et Miss Sylvester Wednesday.
.lor Cully and wife entertained a
few friends at their home Sunday.
George Sturms and family spent
Sunday with Frank Houtz and wife.
Earl Shaffer and family of Salem
spent Sunday witli the former’s par-j
Anson and Lloyd Knisely and their
wives spent Sunday with Mrs. Noah
Mis Mill Strauss is enjoying a
vis!' from her sister of Thayer
Vis Easley entertained the .Vis
ionary society at tier home Friday
M s. A Elshlre and family spent
Sunday at the home' of Mr. andMrs.
Wes Ncdrow and wife entertained
number of friends at tlietr home
Mis P. E Shaffer returned home
Sunday from Omaha after spending
i few weeks there
M s Charles P. Stump and child
ren arrived from Omaha Sunday to
visit a few weeks with iter mother.
Mr and Mrs. McNamara and Mr.
and Mrs Tom Clark of Chicago arc
visiting at tin homes of Patrick
Gunn and Ray Meyers
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Minis Hogan is on the sick list
Sophia Pierce of Peril spent Sunday
with home folks.
Green Goolsby of Hush bottoms was
in Hulo Saturday.
.1.A.Hinkle was a Falls City visitor
one day last week.
Jeff Gilbert was a business visitor
to St Joe Monday.
Fit d Marsh was a Lincoln visitor
one day last week.
Mrs. John Caverzagie was a Falls
City visitor Saturday,
Will Cunningham was a passenger
to St. Joe Tuesday.
Stanley Crook of Falls City was a
Hulo visitor Sunday.
Ih nry Bryan*, of Missouri was a
Hulo visitor Saturday.
I Adkins and son of Missouri were
Hulo visitors Saturday.
Tom Mann of Table Hock was a
Hulo visitor Monday.
Den Katokin went to Lincoln on
business Monday night.
Dai: Hat "kin was a St, Joseph vis
itor one day last week.
( lyiie Hurt returned trom Beaver
City one day lest week.
Vaughn Me V» v of Lincoln is visit
ing i.is mother this week.
Jo< Brazzo and family moved from
'’’orUscue to Utilo Monday.
ISarl Dieks of White Cloud visited
in Rulo Saturday evening.
Hoy Dykes spent Saturday and
Sunday with Rulo friends.
Bert Eritz of Wymore was a busi
ness visitor in Rulo Monday.
A1 Algeirs visited with friends in
Beatrice the first of the week.
John Aikman came homo from a4
visit at Huntley, Neb., Sunday.
Roy Williams and wife visited with
relatives at Fortescue Sunday.
Mrs. Ramsey and children returned
Friday from a trip to Oklahoma.
Frank Dieks and wife spent Sun
day with relatives in White Cloud.
A I). Larabee and wife of Preston
spent Sunday with Rulo relatives.
Miss Oluey Graham returned from
Pacific Junction one day hist week.
Edith Hinkle spent several days
last week with Falls City relatives.
J. A. Hinkle and two daughters
visited relatives at Fortescue Sun
Mary Roalnne returned last week
from a visit with relatives in Atchi
Floyd Long went to Hiawatha Fri
day and rode his bicycle home Mon
Misses Hogan and Victor were St.
Joseph visitors a few days the past
Mrs. Dan Fickle and children went
to Fortescue Saturday to visit rela
Earl Shepherd returned to St. Joe
Monday after a visit to home
Louis L. Plant was transacting bus
iness in Lincoln several days last
Will McCumber returned to Pres
ton Sunday after a visit to Rulo
Winifred Jenkins of Falls City is
visiting with her grandparents this
Miss Crook of Salem spent several
days last week with Miss Cecil
Dr. J. N. Layton of Leavenworth
was in Rulo on professional business
I'ncle Joe Frederick returned last
week from a visit with his daughter
in St. Joe.
loin Hays was called to White
Cloud Saturday by the serious illness
of IPs mother.
Two little daughters of John
Mann of White Cloud spent last week
with Rulo relatives.
Master Harry Cramer and sister
Helen are visi'ing their grand parents
at Hiawatha this week.
Mr. Wachtel of University Place,
preached in IPs son's place Sunday
morr ing and evening.
Mrs. Ray Hart and little daughter
of St. Joe came Sunday for a visit
with the family of A. J.Hart.
Mrs. Pangbuni and little daughter
returned the first of the week from
i visit with relatives at Table Rock.
Jennie Robison, Dorothy Snoderly
and Alvina Fltz of Clearmont, Mo.,
visited last week with Rulo friends.
Mrs. Theodore Anderson and daugh
ter, Pearl, returned Tuesday from a
few days visit with relatives near
Mi. and Mrs. Frank Simons left
last week for a stay in Denver. They
go hoping tho climate may benefit
Mrs. Simon's health.
James Mooney’s horse ran away
from him while returning from Falls
City one day last week. He was
thrown from the buggy and received
several pa'nfu’ though not serious in
Misses Edith Hinkle and Clara
Aikman took their Sunday school
classes to DiMsch’s grove for a
picnic on Wednesday. The day was
ideal and a nice dinner was served
j at noon.
Carrie Boyd left here Friday after a
months visit with friends. She will
visit relatives in Table Rock, and
will (hen go to Johnson, Neb., to visit
her brother, Grant. She will then re
turn to Alamosa, Col., where she
will teach the comlag year.
Saturday the two little* sons of
Most Roberts, living in the south j
part of town set fire to ahay stack
to have a bonfire. The barn being
olos was soon in flames. Mrs. Rob
erts was alone with the children and
could do nothing to check tlu* flames,
or release the two horses in the barn.
She had hard work to get the child
ren to a place of safety, they being so
interested in the fire they could see
no danger. One horse was burned to
death and tin* ether so badly burned!
that it had to he killed. This is a;
‘■erious loss to Mr. Roberts as he had
just paid for the the team, and had
a contract, to haul hay.
10. I). King visited relatives in Lin
Mia echo Higgins spent Sunday with:
Katherine Meliza near Verdon.
Henry Fishburn visited with friends!
in Auburn a few days last week.
Mrs. E. N. Rupert, who was quite |
sick is much betttr at this writing.
Rev. Adams of Humboldt spent
ast Friday th ■ guest of Rev. Murry, j
T. If. Hill and daughters, Edith
and Lulu, wer ■ Stella visitors Tues
Verne Taylor of Filley spent a few j
tliiys here with home folks and with
Miss Nellie Harper entertained j
Miss Gillan of Auburn a few days
Mrs. Henry Baker and daughter of
this place were Nemaha City visitors
W W. Janies and G. S. Hutchins
were business visitors in Falls City
The many f"iends of George Evans
were shocked to hear of his sudden
M-. and Mrs. Joe Williams of Hum
hold1 spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs II. E. Williams.
Mrs. Dr. Shook has been entertain
ing her sister, Mrs. M. H. Blakely,
of Omaha the past few days,
Mrs. Walter Lewis and wife are re
joicing over Hie arrival of a baby
girl, who arrived Saturday.
A large crowd attended the ice
cream social given at the home of
Miss Bessie. Shaffer, Saturday night.
Mrs. Frank Mullen and children re
turned Tuesday after an extended
visit with relatives and friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ogg of Julian
were visiting his mother and numer
ous friends last week. They were
accompanied home by Miss Ida Ogg.
The ladies if the Christian Aid
society will meet, at the home of Mrs.
A. M. Shubert next Wednesday after
noon. All members are urged to he
Vera Bergsma attended the wed
ding of Henry Moore and Lelia Kim
ler irst week. The ceremony was per
formed at Auburn .
Miss Priscilla Woodring entertained
a few friends at the home of her
sister. Mrs. Charles Scliulenberg on
last Sunday. Dainty refreshments
Mrs. N. A. Arnold is on the sick
’ist last week.
Mr. Constantine is making fine pro
gress with his new house.
Mrs. Henke and Peter Shilling were
Kails City visitors Thursday.
G. W. Duerfeldt and family spent
Fridpy evening at E. E. Butler's.
M>'s. 1. A. Dunn and daughter, Car
rie were Falls City visitors Tuesday.
Jacob Wissinger and family spent
Sunday at the home of Albert Heikes.
A baby boy arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Gerdes last week.
Miss Carrie Dunn spent Sunday at
the home of Vcrdie Williamson at
Grandma Schultz is slowly' recover
ing from her sickness, caused by a
A few of Miss Verna Nutzman's
friends gathered at her home Sunday
to celebrate her birthday. The day
was spent in playing games of all
Frank Peck's Claim Dates.
,1. B. Whipple, Poland China Hog
sale, October, 15, 1910.
FALLS CITY. NEB
DRAWER NO. 12.
REPORTS on financial standing
and reliability of firms, corporations
and individuals anywhere.
Domestic and foreign COLLEC
TIONS given prompt and competent
Bargain All This
At the New Furniture Store
and Center Tables
I o Close Out at Cut Prices
Day Phone 422
Night Phone 381
Falls City, Neb.
I Personal Interest
This bank takes a personal interest in the advance
ment and welfare of its customers. This bank desires
m to help every one of its patrons to a successful busi
Therefore this institution takss pleasure in furnishing
its friends with all of the conveniences and special
* privileges of a modern and well appointed bank.
And in addition to this, personal counsel will be
» given concerning the individual ffnancial problems of
^ its customers.
* Your banking business is respectfully solicited.
I Farmers State Bank
* PRESTON, NEBRASKA
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A GOOD SET OF TEETH
Light-hearted is he or she who
leaves our dental parlor after what- -
ever service we may have rendered.
A DENTAL BILL
isn't an overcharge when we render
it, or because if the pleasure that
comes to you from the knowledge
of having had such satisfactory
For best dentistry have us do it.
Falls City, Nebraska
JOHN W. POWELL
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MORTGAGES BOUGHT AND SOLD
Money to Loan at 5 and (> per cent interest on good real estate
security. Also money to loan on good chattel security.
South of Court House falls Citv, Nebraska I
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