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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1910)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
A sou whs born t«» Charles At
wood and wife, l'hursday.
Miss Maud lliirbaugh of Daw
son was in this city Wednesday.
G. B. -lohnson of Dunning win
in Humboldt the first of the week
Chump Wright returned Men
day to his home in Marshfield,
«J. C. Ilorwig went to IJiHer on
Wednesday for n visit with rela
Glen Woods of Table Kook
spent Sunday with friends in this
Miss Knmui Zelinku returned
Sunday from a trip to Smith Da
C. G. Humphrey and wife of
Vcrdon were llumholdt visitors
O. A. Cooper and wife attend
ed the Falls City ehautmupia on
George Knglnnd returned to
this city Sunday from heaven
Miss Mildred Briggs of Sum
morfield, Kas., is a guest of her
friends in this city.
Mrs. II. I*. Marble returned on
Saturday from a visit with rela
tives in Terltmseh.
Miss Alta Dydiek of Mooroville.
Mo., is visiting her brother, Will
Lydiek and family.
Miss Minnie lVfrashek return
ed Friday from Chicago where
she had been attending seliool.
Mrs. Tom Smith and children
are visiting with relatives in
Washington, Kansas this week.
Morris Horton and M. II. Mar
ble of Table Hock were in Hum
boldt Monday visiting relatives.
Mrs. Gingerich and daughter,
Miss Hose, arc enjoying a visit
with relatives in Iowa this week.
Airs. ,1. K. Morris spent a por
tion of this week with her (daugh
ter, Airs. W. K. Alexander in
Mrs. Abe Billings and daughter
returned Thursday from St. Joe,
where they were buying millinery
Mrs. O. T. Little and daughter,
Miss Bessie left Tuesday for a
few days visit with relatives in
('. C. (Inland and wife and
grandaughter, Luoile (Inland,
left Sunday for a visit with rela
tives in Iowa.
Mrs. John Fryborger and child
ren came up from Falls City the
first of the week to spend a few
days with relatives.
Mrs. James Knixda spent the
latter part of the week with her
son. Rudolph llnizda and wife
and other relatives.
Dr. Meridoth returned to his
home in Ashland, after spending
a few days with his daughter,
I .Mrs. E. A. Litelif ield,
i Misses Lima Ihirkaltor and
: Stella Crofut of .Massilon, Ohio
are guests of grieiids and rela
tives in t his eitv this week.
Mrs. 1). Haight and daughter.
Miss Laura, returned to their
| home in Dili lots Wednesday af
ter a visit with relatives in this
Mrs. Win. Havis and children,
| Elta and Fritz, returned to their
I home in this city the last of the
i week, after a pleasant visit in
Frank h'evclle and sister. Miss
| Celia returned Monday from a
[visit to friends in Falls City,
j They attended the chautauqua at
j that place.
Harvey Mann returned to this
[city Friday, after spending some
tilin' in Idaho and other points in
[the west. lie is again clerking
in the Font, drug store.
Mrs. I. S. Shirley and children
visited Dr. Wilson and wife and
j attended t lie chautauqua in Falls
City this week. On Sunday they
were joined by Mr. Shirley.
The city library is undergoing
repairs this week. Mrs. Linn
Crawford who for eighteen years
has served as librarian has re
signed the position and Mrs. ,J. Iv.
Liggett will fora time fill the va
.Miss Ina Xeher, the only dau
ghter of I >. M. Xeher of this city
was married at the bride’s home
Wednesday, August 10, to Rev.
A. II. Waehtel. 'I'lie ceremony
was performed by Rev. lirooks of
Falls City. Miss Xeher was one
of the most highly respected and
accomplished young ladies of this
city. Air. Waehtel is a stranger
in our community, being pastor
of the Methodist church of Rulo.
A linen shower was given on
Monday evening to Miss Mary
Randy, whose marriage to Henry
Seeley of Lincoln occurred Wed
nesday. The young people are
well known in this community,
Miss Handy being the youngest
daughter id’ I)r. J. L. Handy and
wife. She is a favorite in her
social circle. The groom. who
is mnv employed in Lincoln, form
erly held a position in the Coop
er & Son mill, and is an industri
ous and enterprising young man.
Mr. and Mrs. Seeley will reside
Mrs. Wes Nedrow is quite ill
at her home at this writing.
John Yocam is spending the
week with his daughter, Mrs X.
John Mears and family went
to Missouri Wednesday to visit
| relatives a few days.
Earl Shaffer and family of Sa
! lem were guests of the famer’s
I parents the past week.
Mable and Ethel Auxier were
I guests of If. J. Prichard and fam
i ily a part of last week.
Misses Edna and Vera Shaffer
l were among those who cnojyed a
trip to the Missouri lakes one
Glen Harkins and family of
Warren McDowell returned to
iiis home Monday from Oklahoma
where ho spent the past two
weeks looking after business.
Auburn visited with Frank Licli
ty and family a part of the week
and attended the Chautauqua.
Mrs. O. A. Guinn of Idaho vis
ited last week with George
Prichard and sons. She went to
Dawson the first of the week to
visit relatives. She will visit
her many friends in this neigh
borhood before returning to her
home in Idaho.
WILLI AMS VILLE.
•Jacob Arnold was in Falls (Jit.
•Joseph Sclnvang was a Falls
City visitor Saturday.
Mrs. K. J. Dunn and daughters
were in Falls City Saturday.
Ephraim Beck was in this vic
inity buying peaches this week.
Mrs. I. A. Dunn and son, Eu
gene, were in Falls City Saturday
Hurley Butler and sister, Lola,
spent Sunday at the home of 1.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Arnold
spent Sunday with I. A. Dunn
Bertha Duerfeldt spent several
days last week in Omaha with]
Ralph Butler and sister, Edna,
spent Sunday at the home of I.
G. \V. Duerfeldt and wife from
this place spent a part of last
week in Falls ('ity.
Byron Dunn came down from
Lincoln last week to spend a two
weeks vacation at home.
Earl Butler and sister, Nellie,
were among the guests at the
home of I. A. Dunn Sunday.
George Fogle of Verdon was ii:
1*. 1). Gushard was in Falls
Miss Lela Butler spent a few
days at home this week.
Mr. Iiiggs was over from Shu
bert on business Tuesday.
W. C. Bridgman was in Shu
bert the first of the week.
Edna Williamson visited this
week in Falls City and Verdon. |
Dr. and Mrs. Andrews spent a
day at the chatuauqua last week. |
Mrs. Emma Siemering spent
several days in Falls City last
Anthony Lowe of Fairmont is
visiting friends and relatives at
Breaching services at the Evan-(
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gcliral church next Sunday morn
ing. C. K. in the evening.
C. II. .Martin and family and
Mrs. Sarah Williamson attended
the ehautauqua Thursday.
A crowd of our young peo
ple spent Sunday at the home ol'
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Dunn.
•1. I. Martin arrived this week
for an extended visit with his
sons. Charles and John Martin.
E. Martin of Dunbar, Neb., vis
ited Ids nephews, J. A. and C. If.
Martin a couple of days the past
J. II. Morehead and family and
E. il. Morehead and family with
their guests spent Sunday at the
Mesdaines Nick, Wagner and
Clutv. of Burlington, Mo., are
visiting at the home of Hiram
Mr. and Mrs. 11. O. Lavsonand
Miss Anna Klinia of Dawson vis
ited friends in Barada a couple
of days last week.
C. F. Kuker and family took ini
the entire session of the ehautau-|
qua fit Falls City. They made
the daily trip in their auto.
Miss Laura .Mitchell returned
Saturday to her home in St. Joe.
Miss Anna Franklin accompanied
her home for a short visit.
Mrs. Otis Spiekler of Dallas. S.
1).. is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Wileman. Her sis
ter. Olga, who has been visiting
in S. I).. accompanied her home.
J. A. Cushard moved his family
this week on the <'. II. Martin
place and will work for Mr. Mar
tin the coining year. Levi Till
man will move from that place to
a farm near St. Deroin.
Mr. and Mrs. L. If. Morehead
are entertaining at their home a
bevy of nieces, namely: Miss
Dorothy Morehead of Falls City,
Miss Fay Flangan and the Misses
Duckworth oft Des Moines of
On Wednesday evening of last
week a large number of young
people gathered at the home of
E. E. Butler and passed a very
pleasant evening in social festiv
ities. The event was given in
honor of tlieir son, Henry, who
has gone to Humboldt to lie in tli
employ of the Ooddard Musie Co.
Henry will be greatly missed in
social and religious circles of
A good farm for sale, north of Falls
City. Enquire of W. II. Maddox.
Are right here in the advertising
columns of this p:tpcr.
If whet you’re fHlir*; his merit
A D V E Jt T1 S E I T.
An ad. will sell it for you.
<< 'ouvrltrlit, law. b.v W. .N. L.)
For Bread and Cake—Rolls, Muffins
and Gems—Baking Powder Biscuits
—Shortcake, Dumplings and Pies
“No Flour Equals Puritan—
‘‘Bigger, Whiter, Lighter Loaves”
Puritan Flour Contest
240 Sacks of Puritan Flour in Prizes
You Can BAKE the Best Bread from Puritan Flour-What Can You MAKE from Puritan Flour Sacks?
- ntcrynur nine in .lie ^risii contest c*cr held in Nebraska—'The Puri an Flour Sack Contest. 240 sacks uf Puritan Flour in Prizes Free.
Rra/sniiA/s Foar Sacks for Each af the 20 Mott Useful Articles Four Sacks for Each of the 20 Most Attractire Articles prmnrn
D6C3.US6 Foor Sacks lor Each of the 20 Most Comical Articles 1CI UlOlC
Made Troo Puritan Hour Sacks GO Prices af Four Sacks Each Contest Open Job 1st Closes September 1st. 1910. -m—s VERY l tP
PURITAN is liuilefminthr 1 veer i»aa It r!i«i!.|v including S.-» imr t ir. • a Soi irtles and Charitable OrfanisaHoaa a great opportunity Li r.t^\ SaCk OJ ruri.
UkU/iniSinatlelromtlie M a.. I ..ml.ee t., rt th»l, -me, .I. ..t I'untun n-.r Free. 1 hr I. test, aiuarrst. moat eatertsimnd L1 , tan Nauru Guar
CnOICCSt nartt Wht'Ut. Y\ hen **n ' hmmuh 1 ontc*t cvfrhelilin Nel'Mhk,i I veryone will enjoy nuk iv* M'lnrtlunjf from a Pun- ■*—" ~..j FTcs* F*nl#
vouhnv the limi.t | ll „ir tun Hum Sict;—tl.e prettiest otolith- Ilnur sat Its V™. probably htve onr in the pantry now or . _ _ U Se nail Or
y U) Ult lowlSI pm CU u HIT >om ncu il vr h.ts onr---you don t h.iveto buv i n>-w sack of flour to ent’-r the ">nte&t—u*e ITlOrt—if it IST1 t satisfactory if
you get the same number of pounds IIS 1 '>„k vm have nipthc, .||>«, filloutand mil today lor particular* doesn’t make the hey* Hue, 4 /'Hi,
when vntl nav f.ar the hes. h.,t f,r I.... i.srd. -Ill h. mad* u.d Prise «a,l, drll.cnd b, ,our froeer. pollster Iha. ... « make the best Bread, Cake,
svnen you pay ,or the best but tar less o*ptraibrr thth, into. Biscuit or Piecrust you have ever made
value. Bread made from average flour is part d'N . a-, —return the balance of the sack and your
waste, part impurity i-kl only fart.foaJ. Bread « Xd#^' _ dealer will refund your money without cn.estion
irutur uuiu mraaD nour is every hit pure.
Wood-nuking food. And Puritan Flour makes lighter—
whiter—tastier loaves by actual linking tests than any other
flour you can buy VVe separate our flour into twenty different
“stocks” or streams, then blend it to get in every sack the
scientifically right combination of nutritious bread-making qualities.
This is done by actual chemical and baking tests—part of our milling
system. Your baking, therefore, <an't fail with the use of Puritan Flour.
Don t be satisfied with just good fiour. When
you go to the expense and labor of buying flour,
baking bread, using up fuel and taxing your entire system
to digest it—you want the finest—the purest—the most nourish
ing you tan buy—you want Puritan—Nebraska's Quality Flour.
Send the Coupon Today
_ „ the puritan mills,
Children S Puritan Doll Puritan Flour Sack Contest,
The little tots can’t enjoy the Puritan Flour Sack Contest, so we Send me full particulars of the Puritan Flour Sack Contest.
have prepared a consolation prize for the children. In every sack of Name.
Puritan Flour is a coupon good on a Puritan Boy Doll, eighteen Address
inches tall, with rosy cheeks and Puritan clothes. Mail the coupons l ] .
you find in the flour sacks to us and we will send you back the doll. Ju. PURITAN ^ ^u' my ^our .
Hil name is Little Puritan Miller. ... __, Address ...
The Puritan Millers Schuyler, Nebraska
! Bargain All This i
At the New Furniture Store
L i b r a r y T a b 1 es
and Center Tables
To Close Out at Cut Prices
Day Phone 422
Night Phone 38i Falls Gity, Nsb.
——— ninrrurirrnrafrrirTW^" ■ ■„
Living to Ourselves
‘‘No man liveth to himself,” simply because he csnnot. He
hcis it in his power (moved by selfishness) to refuse help to the
other man, while at the tame time he must depend on him or he
cannot himself exist. In proportion as the spirit of coopera
tion is practiced, the community grows and prospers. This
bank cr.nrot 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 mail order banks and
catalog houses, all the banks and business houses here would
have to “shut up shop,” aud then how quickly real estate val
ues hereabouts would imitate the walls of Jericho and "come
tumbling down.” These are truths every man should think
about when he contemplates either of the things named above.
1 his 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
You Can’t Hide
the imperfections of your teeth.
That's why we give good advice
when we and you to see us and
have them attended to.
IS A SCIENCE
Part belongs to you and part to
the dentist. Our skill helps to
make pretty mouths^by keeping
your teeth in good concition.
Falls City, Nebraska
East Side Hardware Store
TINNINC AND PLUMBING
Jubilee Gasoline and Electric
Hot Point Sad Irons
PERFECTION OIL STOVES
AUGUST RATE BULLETIN
TO I HE EAST: Besides every-day special tourist
rates to eastern cities and resorts, as well as di
verse route tours of the East, including an ocean
coast voyage, there are special rates, August 4th
to 7th inclusive, for the Knights Templar Conclave
at Chicago, and from July 28th to 31st for the
Knights of Pythias Encampment at Milwaukee,
and on September 13th to the 17th inclusive for
the Grand Army Reunion at Atlantic City.
ESTES PARK, COLORADO—Just north of Denver;
Colorado’s finest recreation region—soon to be a
National Park. Ask for full descriptive booklet.
HOMESEEKERS’ EXCURSIONS-1st and 3d Tues
days to West and Northwest localities. Get in
touch with the undersigned and let us help you
plan the most attractive and comprehensive tour
at the least possible cost.
E. O. WHITFORD, Ticket Agent
L. M. WAKELEY, General Passenger Agt.
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