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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1910)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
J. S. Yader and wife are visit
ing relatives in Iowa.
M. Ailor of Kansas City is
visiting his parents.
Miss Grace Farno attended the
Brock picnic Friday.
The Methodist people are put
ting in a furnace in their church.
Miss Ketta McDowell of Red
Cloud is visiting Stella relatives.
K. A. Clark and family have
been visiting Kansas City rela
Mrs. Williams and children
spent last week visiting relatives
Mrs. Alt' Shelenberger visited
friends at Brock last week and
attended the pienie.
Mrs. L. (J. Ciphers and neph
ew. Teddy Rush, returned from
their Iowa visit Tuesday.
S. Johnson and wife of Kansas
City visited last week with their
sons, Frank and Charles.
Mrs. .lames McDonough and
son of El Reno, Oklahoma are
visiting Mrs. Wm. Britts.
Lclioy Griffiths and wife visit
cd Brock relatives and attended
the Brock picnic Friday. •
Mrs. Margaret Wilson and chil
dren of Omaha are visiting her
mother, Mrs. Mattie llodge.
Rev. A. L. Ogden of Bethany
preached at the Christian church
Sunday morning and evening.
John Reimers and wife return
ed last week from an extended
visit with relatives in Topeka.
Miss Neva ('owe] of Howe
spent this week with Shuhert rel
atives and attended the picnic.
Mrs. N. .1, Ktinecipher left on
Wednesday for Coweta, Ok la to
lie w ith a sister who is quite sick.
Blanch Higgins of Shuhert and
Alice Nomhalias of Lincoln visit
ed Thursday tviih Gene Baldwin.
Joe Smith and wife are rejoic
ing over the arrival of a bahy
girl. It arrived Mondav, August
Miss Anna .Morris left Monday
for a visit with her brothers fam
ilies in the western part of the
Mrs. Charles Mason returned
Saturday from Oklahoma, where
she had spent the summer with
A daughter was born to Mr.
ami Mrs. .1. \V. Vaught, August
24. lblO. She has been named.
Hoy Tomlinson and wife enjoy
ed a visit the latter part of the
week from the former's parents
of Pawnee City.
Miss Fannie O'Donald has
been visiting the past two weeks
with her brother. .James, and
fame, in Auburn.
Little Thelma and Mercedes
Andrews of Kansas City visited
their little friends in Stella the
latter part of the week.
Prof. Truman nad family of
Brownville arrived Monday and
are now living in the Freed house
in the west part fo town.
.Mrs. 15. Allemond returned on
Sunday from Excelsior Springs
where she spent the past few
weeks for treatment for rheuma
S. II. Bailey went to Falls City
Sunday, where he began work in
Lyford’s store. Mrs. Bailey will
go as soon as a house can be se
Dr. <S. L. Andrews was called
to Kansas City last Wednesday
by the death of his brother. Dr.
Bale Andrews. The funeral was
Mrs. Margaret Thompson and
Miss Jennie were in Falls City,
last week visiting Win. F. Thomp
son and family, and Miss Jennie
attended the teachers’ institute.
Mrs. Boar of Falls City is at
th(> home of her brother, Robert
Bowman, nursing Mrs. Bowman
and getting acquainted with the
new boy, who arrived last week.
Misses Pearl and (Iraee Hinkle
visited friends in Krock from Fri
day until Tuesday, when Miss
Grace returned home and Miss
Pearl went to NVhawkn for a vis
it with friends.
Mesdames Martha Weaver. Lu
lu Wixon. Pearl Allemond and
children left Saturday for Fort |
Morgan, Col., to visit with dolin'
Weddle and wife.
About half of our people went
to Shuhert the first of the week
to attend the carnival. More in
tended to go hut stayed at home
on account of the threatening
A large number of the Com
mercial club had planned a trip
to Omaha Monday to join the
Aksarheiis. hut the afternoon
train was so very late the trip
was postponed until later in the
A. L. Adams and wife left on
Monday for their new home in
Omaha, where Mr. Adams has
been empolyed in a wholesale
drug house. She will stop
at Talmage with her parents until
a house call lie pi.tired in <>mu
he. We very much regret their
O O O o () O 0 O O O (> 0 () o o o
o CIDER APPLES o
o Tlu> Eeo Cider and Vinegar o
o Co., will lmy good eider ap- o
o pies on or after August 2h. o
o Self-unloader at factory, no o
o Shoveling, Bring in your o
o apples while we ran use o
o them. d4--4t. o
O 0 O O O o O o O 0 O 0 0 O () o
Dan Fickle went to Burehard
Kdith Hinkle visited in Craig,
Mo., last week.
J. A. Hinkle spent part of last
week in St. Joe.
Pearl Anderson was a Falls
City visitor Friday.
John Pope was a business visit
or in St. Joe Friday.
Karl Dicks of White Colud was
in Hulo Monday night.
Dan Anderson visited with
friends in Missouri Sunday.
Mr. ('arson of Nebraska City
was a Hub) visitor Monday.
Toni Brinegar visited with his
family a few days last week.
Dan Fickle left Tuesday for
Hiawatha to attend the fnir.
Albert Asendorf of Craig, Mo.,
visited Kulo friends last week.
V'irgie and John Coupe are vis
iting friends at Concordia, Kas.
Kate Young spent last week at
Falls City attending the institute.
Joe Brazzo and family visited
in Missouri the first of the week.
Newton Hosford and Dan Rat
ekin spent Sunday in St. Joseph.
Uncle John Burk visited with
friends in this vicinity last week.
F. K. Kulp of Wymore was a
Rulo v isitor the last of the week.
Jeff Hilbert spent last week in
St. Joseph taking medical treat
Lou Shatter visited with rela
tives in Rula a few days the past
Mr and Mrs. Klmer Lambert of
Sf. due are visiting with relatives
Cecil and Mamie Kanaly spent
the latter part of last week in
Cos. Johnson visited with home
folks at Nebraska City the first
of tin* week.
Morris Jones and family were
up from Hiawatha last week visit
Charles I’lante and wife of
San Diego, Cal,, are visiting rel
atives in Ruol.
Anna Mahan returned from a
short visit with friends in St.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mann of
White Colud visited in Ruin the
first of the week.
-Joilii Hnrk and family visited
with relatives at Forest City a
part of last week.
Fssic Marsh went to St. doe
last week where she expects to
remain for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. dohn Morgan
and children of Stella visited rel
atives in Rulo last week.
fleorge Allgers of defferson
county, Nebraska visited with his
brother, Al, over Sunday.
Rulo and Mound City played
base ball Sunday. The score was
S to d in favor of Mound City.
Miss Fauna Clark is spending
a couple of weeks in Kansas City
before opening her fall stock of
Henry Majerus returned to his
home in Monta Vista. Col., Sun
day after a short visit with rela
tives in Rulo. lh‘ was called to
Falls City by the serious illness
of his parents, who both have
rJnima Dannecker, Lena C'aver
zagie, Grace Cronin and Kuth
ivanaly attended the Sparks pic
James Duke’s store was burn
ed at two o’clock Sunday mornirg
at Fortcscue, Mo. it is supposeu
that it was robbed and then set
L. L. Jones spent several days
in Barada last week.
Joe Jtarper is in the western
part of the state selling apples.
A large crowd from this place
attended the picnic at Verdun on
W in. Percivil and John Sailors
of Barada were visitors here on
J. C. Shulenberg and wife and
Mrs. Frank Shubert were in Falls
Prof. W. Carr and family spent
last Sunday at the home of Lee
Bolejack and wife.
Miss Catherine Meliza of Ver
dun spent several days here last
week with friends.
Richard Goolsby and family
spent Sunday with Charles Shu
elnberg and family.
E. 1). King and family were
entertained at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Imler Sunday.
Miss Hattie Lilly returned to
her home Tuesday after spending
a few months along the Pacific
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Shubert
and daughter, Nina, spent Sun
day evening in the country with
Charles Shulenberg and wife.
Morgan Williams, who has had
poor health for some time left
this week for the mountains. Imp
ing the change may benefit his
Roy Mitchell spent .Sunday at
10. 10. Butlers.
Kugene Dunn will attend the
state fair next week.
Henry Rucli and family were
Bara da visitors Tuesday.
A. Arnold and family were
Falls City visitors last week.
Anna Rinke spent a few days
last week with friends in Freston.
Alice Yoder of Falls City is
visiting friends in this community
Byron Dunn returned to Lin
coln after spending a two weeks
vacation at home.
•Jesse Dunn, Alva and Vesta
Lively and Hoy Franklin are
among those who spent Sunday at
the home of 15. 15. Hutler.
<■'. (}. Duerfeldt and family, I.
A. Ihum and family and .Jacob d.
N\ issinger and family are among
those from this neighborhood who
attended the Verdon picnic.
Mrs. H. d. Dunn was called to
Folumbus. Ohio last week by the
illness of her father and the
death of her cousin who -was
found murdered in the woods
near that place.
Nebraska Women Have the Choice of the
\T° FI or II that y-u ctn buy makes HE WOMEN of Xcbra,ka have discovered the rouits of
± \| w* actual hiking tests—ucd htti, baking w 11 Puritan Flour if they haven’t known why it
tiuv A. Irinka's Quality l. ur made the best bread, cake, biscuits and pie-crust for Puri
Pl '/Ids’. Bread nude from average tan is now used exclusively in the best Nebraska
flour is part waste, part impurity and cnlv homes—and once used it is always used for the
part food. Bread made from Puritan distinct flavor the wholesome taste of “The
Flour is every ounce good pun, blocd-making Bigger, \\ liiter, Lighter Loaves that Puritan
fcod— because Puritan Flour is made from ^ ^>ur a!u‘‘-vs makes is altogether too good
the ell nicest hard wheat — selected and too sat.sfj in' to ever eivc up. So ttreat is
cleaned actually steamed, scooted and the .k-ma„d for Nebraska s Quahty Hour
11 . , ii , , ,h>it we have grown in a few years from a
scrubbed, till not an atom of drt remains 200-barrel mill to our present output of 2,000
in the crease of the kernel. \\ e use not barrels a day. Think what that means
only the best wheat but only the best part of that the highest grade flour milled—for the
wheat—the really nutritious, hunger-satisfying cle- almost exclusive use of Nebraska homes,
ments. After grinding, we separate our flour into __
twenty different stocks" or streams, then blend it to get in lOUF ScCUritV OuftfflntCC
rven such the scientifically right combination of nutritious *
bread-making cpialities This is done by actual chemi- So absolutely unfailing is the uniform high standard of every sack of
ol and haklnc tests—part ol „ur unexcelled millin'
system. lour baking cant fail with Puritan Hour test it—if not entirely satisfactory for any reason whatsoever take
for it is the product of the lincst wheat grown, ihebahnee of the sack, back and your grocer wi// cheerfully re
the best milling machinery, most skillet! millers D<mTlu"'°Nati'sficd with average flour or just good flour.
and the most scientific'milling methods known. When you spend money and time buying flour, baking
bread, using fuel, then taxing your entire system to con
riiiUeon’c n~1! Vcrt that ,food into blood—you want the finest— the
vQlIQFvD S rurlian \jOil purest the most nourishing you can buy—you want
PURI rAN —Nebraska's Quality Flour.
The little tots can't enjoy the o i •t'i • s> _ .
Puritan Flour Sack Contest, so we 25611(1 1 Ills l_OUpon I Ouay |
have prepared for them a consola- " - - i.
tion prize. In every sack of ..mo.
Puritan Flour is a coupon good The Puritan Mill..
on a Puritan Boy Doll, eigh- C“l,'t
teen inches tall, with rosy SenJ me full particulars ol the Puritan Flour
cheeks and Puritan clothes. s*dt
Mail the coupons you Name.
find in the flour sacks to
• ii i AddreM. .
us and we will send
you back the doll. i buy my flour of.
His name is Little
Puritdfi Mslier. _ _____
W ells- Abbott - Nieman Company—The Puritan Millers—Schuyler, Nebraska
mi — ■ r ____________
Did you ever stop to thi k how much we all depend upon one
another. As St. Paul -aid. “Different members, but allof the
si me body.” If the e\e, or the hand, or the foot refuses to do
its work the whole body is hampered, and hence one cannot say
to the other, “I have no need of ti ee.” The same is true with
the v rivd interests of this community where we live The
farmer, the merchant, the doctor, the lawyer, the banker all
depend on out- another, and for any one of the number to refuse
to recog ize this is to throw our whole business machine out of
joint. In anger a man says, “1 can do business without you ”
Perha s he can, but not so good us with “you.” To niy goods
away from home, or to send your money away from home for
deposit is to ignore the claim the communit* has on you. As
bankers we wish to acknowledge this claim always and feel that
“turn about is fair play.” Your money on deposit with us aids
in building up and masing more prosperous this community in
which you live, and general prosperity always means individual
prosperity. We shall be glad to see your name often on the tail
end of our checks.
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
Special September Rates
TO THE EAST V ou can n ake an eastern trip at reduced rates
any day, and for many eastern trips the limit lias been ex
tended to (50 Hays instead of 80 days.
TO ATLANTIC CITY AND RETURN Special rates, September
13tli to 17th. for the Grand Army Reunion.
NEBRASKA STATE FAIR, LINCOLN September 4th to 9th inclu
sive. Special reduced rates and train service from Neb
I LOW ONE WAY RATES TO THE COAST— General basis only
$25, August 25th to September 0th and October 1st to 15th
to California destinations, and from September 15tli to Oct
obcr 15th to tiie Northwest and Puget Sound.
CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS G eneral basis, only $50.00 round
trip, direct routes. September 1st to 7th and September 24th
to 80th; $15.00 higher includes the Shasta Route.
H0MESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS — 1st and 8d Tuesdays. Irrigated
lands assure a crop and values will greatly increase during
the immediate future.
E. G. WHITFORD, Ticket Agent
L. M. WAKELEY, General Passenger Agt.
1 I II I 1*11 I OUR SPECIALTY
THAT IS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
OF PRINTING THEM CORRECTLY
Let Us Figure With You
No. 13—Denver Exp.1:10 a. m.
No. 15—Denver Exp. (Local). 1:40 p. in.
No. 43—Portland Exp.10:17 p. m.
No. 41—Portland Exp.2:25 p. m
No. 121—Lincoln Loc. via Ne
braska City.5:00 a. m
No. 14—St. J., K. C & St. L .7:38 a. m.
No. 44—St. J., K. C. & St. L. .3:37 a. in
No. 10-St. J., K C. & St. L. .4:22 p. m.
No. 42—St. J , K C.& St. L. .4:35 p. in
No 122— From Lincoln, via
Nebraska City. 8:45 p in.
E. G. WH1TFORD, Ag'cnt.
—Eat Sowle’s Candy.
Tr. 104—St Louis Exp.2:10 p. m.
Tr 106—Kansas City Exp.. 3:40 a. in.
Tr. 132—K. C. Local. . .*7:30 a. m.
Tr. 192— Local Freight.*9:40 a. m.
Tr. 138—Omaha Local, ar. .*9:00 p. m.
Tr. 103—Omaha Linco'n Ex. 1:50 p. m.
Tr. 105—Omaha-Lincoln Ex. 2:55 a. m.
Tr. 137—Omaha local.*7:15 a. m.
Tr. 191—Local Freight.*1:20 p. m.
Tr. 131—Kansas City Lo. ar.*8:15 a. m.
*Daily excert Sundaj’.
E. E. MARK, Affcnt.
A good farm for sale, north of Falls
City. Enquire of W. H. Maddox.
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