The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, August 12, 1910, Image 6

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    The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
and Neighbors.
.John Maddox was down from Au
burn last week.
.lames Titus and wife of Nemaha
City visited friends here recently.
A large crowd from here attend
ed the picnic at Nemaha Thursday.
Steve Sloan came over from Sa
lem and visitiHl relatives recently.
Miss Ethel Sailor and Stella John
son were Nemaha visitors recently.
Mrs. Rowlin Veal and baby were
the guests of Falls City relatives.
Headier Cornell left Saturday morn
ing for a visit to relatives in Lin
Arthur Chase, who has been very
ill is Improving nicely at this writ
Will Dietrich of Long Island, Kns.,
was the guest of relatives here last
John Shrader entertained a friend
from Peru a f<’W days the first of
the week.
Mrs. C. G. Humphrey entertained
her sister, Mrs. C. I). Stanton of
Omaha last week.
Mrs. Jula Hall enjoyed a visit from
her son. Dr. G. H. Hall of Spring
field. Neb., last week.
The dates of the pioneer picnic liav
been changed to Thursday and Fri
day, August and 2ti.
Mr. anu Mrs. Hubert of Indiana ar
rived last week for a visit to their
uncle, Ira lloutr, and family.
Susan Mart returned last week
from an extended visit with her
grandmother and aunt in Chicago.
Miss Meta Helneman entertained
her cousins, Mrs. Edward Poteet of
Atchison and Miss Ixda Helneman of
Falls City last week.
During the storm Monday morning
the residence of A. A. lieinzelman
was struck with lightning, the build
ing was not burned, but was badly
Ed Orcutt and family left Wednes
day for Falls City where they will
visit, relatives before going to Weese,
Neb., where they will make their fu
ture home.
Glen Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
O. W. Keller died at his home in
Kansas City last Tuesday of infan
tile paralysis. The remains were
brought here and taken to the home
of his grandfather. Win, Keller,were
the funeral wns held Wednesday. The
remains were lnid to rest in the
Verdon cemetery by the side of his
grandmother. We extend sympathy
to the bereaved parents.
Gust. Uucli spent Sunday with .1.
Ella Wissinger is on the slek
list this week.
Henry and Ralph Under were in
Falls City Saturday.
X. A. Arnold and wife were Falls
City visitors Saturday.
Arthur Duerfeldt spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. Sientoring.
Jesse and Eugene Dunn spent Sun
day with John Constantine.
Miss Ethel Dunn spent Sunday in
Rarnda with Miss Nellie Ruder.
Mr. and Mrs. Knisoly of Falls
City spent a short time at the
home of I. A. Dunn Monday.
A good farm for sale, north of Falls
City. Enquire of W. II. Maddox.
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Jesse Cox attended Chautauqua at
Falls City Sunday.
Mrs. C. F. Kuker has been at
tending chautauqua this week
Dr. H. S. Andrews and wife were
Stella visitors on Friday.
Mr. Hacker of Craig, Mo., moved
onto a farm near Barada this week.
Mrs. E. E. Bolejack and children
spent last week In Dawson visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper of Syracuse,
Neb., are visiting friends in this
M. M. Hendricks and E. E. But
ler spent Sunday at the home of W.
F. Butler.
George Fellers was in Falls City
Tuesday attending the funeral of his
infant nephew.
Veda Prosser of Sabetha, Kas,,
visited her grandmother, Mrs. I. S.
Prosser last week.
Hr. S. A. Van Osdel reports a fine
large boy tit the home of George
Yount, born August 8.
Ed and Herman Ludwig with their
families returned Inst week from
their visit at Grafton, Neb.
Flody Orr and wife and Mesdames
Walter and Wilford Orr visited last
week with relatives in Craig, Mo.
Clifford Orr and wife of Craig,
Mo., visited the last of the week at
tlie home of their cousin, Walter Orr.
C. A. Lord and Joe Higgins were
over from Shubert this week. While
here they sold a lleo auto to C. F.
Robert Reddick and William Tloll
man with their families visited a few
days last week with (he family of
Yalk Michaels In Stella.
Otis Sailors and wife and It. II.
Dunn and wife made an auto trip
lo Oregon, Mo., on Saturday, return
ing Sunday. They visited at the
home of Philip Markt.
Mrs. I.. II. Morehead returned
home Wednesday from a few days’
visit witli her son and family at
Vesta. Mrs. Walter Morehead and
little son accompanied her home
for a short visit.
li. F. Ailor visited Auburn Satur
day between trains.
Miss Ed I th Clark of Kansas City
is hero looking after her harvest.
II. E. Clark of Kansas City spent
several days last week in Stella.
Mrs. Cora Andrews of Kansas
City visited Stella relatives the past
Miss IJssa Oolglazier Is enjoying
u visit from her brother and family
of Salt m, Indiana.
Mrs, Ed Linkart and children of
Omaha are visiting her parents. \V.
II. Ilogrefo and wife.
Mrs. John Curtis was quite sick
tin1 latter part of lust week but is
again able to be out.
Miss Hazel llogrclo returned last
week from tin extended visit with
her sister in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smilio art'
spending the week in tho country
with Mrs. Elmer Mason.
Mrs. Jennie Griffith left last week
for a two months visit witli her
uncles in Danville. Indiana.
Miss Grace Hinkle is working in
the telephone office this week dur
ing the absence of Miss Fankel.
Grandpa and Grandma Nicholson of
Springfield visited last week with
their daughter, Mrs. E. 11. Hinkle.
Mrs. Ed Ailor and daughter Hazel
from Haddam, Kas., went to Auburn
to visit relatives there this week.
Tile little son of Mr. and Mrs. \V.
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Noah has been quite sick the past
week with but little hope of re
Elmer Mason went to Omaha
again Monday to see his little boy
who has been in the hospital all
Little Dorothy Edwards of Shu
bert is spending the week with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. K.
Mrs. 55. Pixley was called to
Brock Thursday by the serious ill
ness of her father, who died Friday
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Griffith were
called to Brock Saturday to attend
the funeral of the latter’s grandfath
er, Mr. Butterfield.
The chautauquas at Auburn and
Falls City are attracting our people
this week. A great number are di
viding time between the two places.
Everybody wears a smile this week
the good rain of Sunday night and
Monday being the cause. Now we
feel sure of cornmeal this winter.
Mrs, Floyd Young and daughter,
Gladys of Omaha have been visiting
Stella relatives the past, two weeks.
They drove Miss Gladys’ pony from
.1. M. Goodloe, Ed Stine and Win.
Smith went to Nemaha Saturday
night to fish. They returned and
ate beefsteak like the rest of us
Charles Wood Itad his household
goods shipped the first of the week
to Klk City, Oklahoma, where the
family expect to make their home
for a year, for the* benefit of Mr.
Wood's health.
Arthur Shellenberger and wife went
to Omaha Saturday to consult a
specialist in regard to Mrs. Shellen
berger's health. The doctor advis
ed a western trip and they are plan
ning to start in a few days.
Miss Kva Fankel is taking a two
weeks vacation from the central of
fice. She visited Inst, week with
her sister, Mrs. Snow in Havelock,
and this week is visiting at the home
of an uncle in Clay Center.
.John Wiltse of Falls City was in
town Thursday.
A baby boy was born to Kd nor
land and wife Saturday.
L. R. Mann and wife visited rela
tives in DuBois this week.
Mrs. John Hill is visiting relatives
in Culbertson this week.
•J. F. Walsh was a business visitor
in St. Joseph Wednesday.
Miss Ruby Hash was a guest of
friends in Sterling this week.
Win. Hicks is again in Humboldt
after a several weeks absence.
Mrs. L. J. Segrist was hostess to
the “Linger-Longer " club Wednesday
Mrs. Will Powers returned the first
of the week from Sycamore Springs.
Harry MeConnel and family from
near Dawson, were in the city Satur
Fay Sanford, from near Verdon is
visiting friends in Humboldt this
Miss Nellie Heim of Dawson was
a guest of relatives in this city Wed
Rev. .1. II Bounds and wife attend
ed the Kpworth assembly in Lincoln
this week.
Oscar Leech and wife attended the
Kpworth Assembly in Lincoln the
past week.
Frank Tackley accompanied by
Frank Shane came over from Paw
nee City Friday.
Mrs. Lou Hillings of Table Hock
visited Humboldt friends and rela
tives this week.
The Humboldt band went to Ne
maha Thursday and furnished music
for the picnic.
M. C. Shurtleff returned Tues
day from McCook, where lie had
been visiting his son, Mason Shurt
leff and wife.
1>i\ Merideth of Ashland, is a guest
at the home of Dr. E. A. Litchfield
and wife, this week.
Mrs. Win. Davis and daughter. Miss
Elta, left Friday for a visit with
friends in Lincoln.
Rev. Craig and wife of Kansas City
are visiting friends and relatives in
this city this week.
T. H. Gillan and daughters. Belle
and Katherine, attended the Auburn
Chautauqua this week.
Miss Pearl Garver is spending the
week at Sycamore Springs in the hop
of regaining her health.
Miss Rose Hnizda returned Thurs
day from a visit with friends and
relatives in Table Rock.
Ben Strainer returned to his home
in this city Tuesday, after spending
several months in Europe.
Miss Jessie Conner of DuBois was
a guest of F. M. Williamson and
wife a few days this week.
R. Robinson and wife came down
from Wymore Wednesday to spend
a short time with relatives.
S. M. Philpot and wife are spend
ing the week with their son. Harry
Phlipot and wife, near Table Rock.
Miss Nettie Wozab returned Sat
urday from Ord. Neb., where she had
been spending the summer with rel
Harry Boyd and Art Freeman re
turned Wednesday from Table Rock
where they had been working for
the Bell Telephone Co.
Wesley Graham, who has been
spending several weeks with former
Humboldt friends, departed Friday
for his home in Denver, Colo.
Mrs. Lew Marburger and children
returned to their home in this city
Sunday after spending a few days
with her sister, Mrs. Carl Mann in
Kd D. Rist returned the first of
the week to his interests in Canada.
He was accompanied by Frank G.
Boss, who may decide to invest in
that locality.
Mrs. H. P. Marble and daughter,
Zora, accompanied by little Marie
Woolsey of Superior, left Saturday
for Tecumseh, where they visited
friends and enjoyed the Chautauqua.
Mrs. G. W. Segrist., who has been
receiving medical treatment in
Rochester, Minn., was met in Lin
coln by Mrs. G. L. Cooper and on
Thursday both ladies returned to
this city.
Word has been received by friends
in this city, that Mr. and Mrs. Pervi
anee, now located in Korea, have re
cently become the parents of a
baby girl. Mrs. Perviance will be
remembered as Miss Lulu Byram,
former principal of the Humboldt
high school.
Ray Huston, wife and little girl at
tended the chautauqua Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tiner were in Lin
coln last week attending the Epworth
Ralph Stanley went to the county
town, Tuesday to help Falls City win
against Maryville
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chambers,
who live south of town were in Falls
City, Tuesday to see the ball game.
The big rain, Monday, has made
everybody happy. The farmers es
pecially feel good over it, as it in
sures them a fair corn yield.
Good progress is being made on the
new business buildings. It is ex
pected to have a number of rooms
ready for occupation by the first of,
the month.
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Beer and
children were attending the chau
tauqua Tuesday. They enjoyed it
Frank Smith and wife of Money
Creek passed through town Tuesday
on their way to Falls City to hear
the Alpine choir “yoodle.” ,
Rudy Beer and wife who have
just completed a new cottage on
their farm south of town took a
day off for recreation and went to
the chautauqua.
There are rumors afloat to the
effect that Salem’s old paper is
about to be started again. Every
body ought to encourage the effort
and help boost the new Salem.
Littie Trinkets
and TriNcs
that everybody must have are
made a special display here.
Belt Buckles. Veil and Skirt
Pins, Cuff Links
Collar Buttons. Tie Clasps, and
a hundred other articles make
up the exhibit. If you don't
need any now you will when
you go away. So why not get
them and be done with it?
11 You get three or ;
I | four times the i
I I strength of ordi
I I nary spices when
II you specify
JTone Bros, import their
own pepper, ginger, cin
namon, mustard, cloves,
etc. Tones’ spices are of
full strength, last longer !
—are more economical.
At Your
or send us a
dime for full
size package
and Tone’s
i Spicy Talks."
Bunotis of Fiaoot Oio Gome Corfu
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Bargain All This
At the New Furniture Store
Library Tables
and Center Tables
To Close Out at Cut Prices
Day Phone 422
Night Phone 38i Falls City, Neb.
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Living to Ourselves
“No man liveth to himself,” simply because he cannot. He
has it in his power (moved by selfishness) to refuse help to the
other man, while at the same time he must depend on him or he
cannot himself exist. In proportion as the spirit of co opera
tion is practiced, the community grows and prospers. This
bank cannot exist except for the co-operation of the people
who dwell here, nor can any other business institution. Should
all the people here decide to patronize m il order banks and
catalog houses, all the banks and business houses here would
have to "shut up shop,” and then how quicklv real estate val
ues hereabouts would imita'e the walls of .lericho and “come
tumbling down.” These are truths every man should think
about when he contemplate.- either of the things named above.
This bank solicits no business to the detriment of the customer.
When you can get better service, higher rate of interest, more
courteous treatment in some distant city bank than we offer
you, we shall not question your right to give them your business,
but until that time (and thereafter also) protection for your own
interests should prompt you to keep your money at home.
Farmers State Bank
Angelic Light
Humes the mouth that possesses '■>
Light-hearted is he or she who
leaves our dental parlor after what- -
ever service we may have rendered.
It's because
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 [
work done. (
For best dentistry have us do it.
Falls City, Nebraska
East side Hardware Store
Jubilee Gasoline and Electric
Hot Point Sad Irons
Wealth In Irrigation
Congress has just appropriated Twenty Million Dollars to
hasten the work of Government Irrigation
will receive its share and be pushed to completion at once. Contracts
for a twelve mile extension of the main canal were let June 27th.
More than 150 farms now ready for settlers, and a large number of
farms are now being surveyed, which will be open to entry within a
few weeks.
These rich lands, irrigated by the Government, can be homesteaded
by simply repaying the Government actual cost—$45 per acre, in ten
yearly payments, without interest.
15,000 ACRES OF CAREY ACT LANDS just open toentry—only 30days
residence required. Under this law settlers buy water front the irri
gation company at $50 per acre, and the laud from the State at 50
cents per acre, paying $10 i>er acre cash, the remainder running over
a period of ten years at 0 per cent.
Write for it today.
D. CLEM DEAVER, Gen. Agent
Land Seekers Information Bureau
1004 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebr.