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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1910)
The County in General
The “Doings” of Our Country Friends
John Powell was up from Falls
Irve Rimers of Stella was a
pleasant caller here Sunday.
Miss Verna Goolsby of Barada
visited relatives here recently.
Uncle George Fogle attended
German Day in Falls City last
Van Sailors received two car
loads of sheep Wednesday morn
Mrs. Hull and daughter Miss
Florence went to Stella Thursday
Walter Banks and family mov
ed to Reserve, Kansas last week.
Miss Sarah Goolsby is home
from a visit with relatives at Den
Miss Kathryn Mali/.a 1ms gone
to Lincoln where she will study
.Mrs. 11. Otto visited her brothe
and family at Stella a few days a
Norman Weaver was on the
Kansas City market with a load
of hogs Thursday.
George McCullough, arrived
last week from northern Nehrasl e
for a visit with Ids parents.
Mrs. Minnie Boyle ami sister
Miss Cora Swisegood attended tli
picnic at Stella Thursday.
Mrs. W. H. Stringfield of ^Ew
ing, Nehr., visited her son, Fred
and family a few days last week.
Honest Bills show from Quene
mo Kansas will he in town Satur
day evening Sept. 24tll.
Ernes tFisher shipped a carload'
at’ cattle and one of hogs to Kan
sas City Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Robert Chamberlain is vis
iting friends at Deering North Da
kota at the present time.
Elmer Rumhangh and family e
tertaincd relatives form Nemaha
City the first part of the week.
.Mrs. E. M. Griffiths returned
home from Topeka Kansas where
she visited her sister Mrs. Lange.
W. A. Greenwald and Jake
Bloom of Falls City were in town
in the formers auto Tueseday.
.Mr. and Airs. Vivian Mayfield
are rejoicing over the arrival of
a little daughter born Sept. 11th.
The iceeeram social held on tin*
Congregational church lawn Fri
day evening was well attended.
.Mrs. Harriet Otto has return
ed home from Lincoln where she
has been in the hospital for the
past three weeks.
.Miss Florence Alcott has return
cd to her home in Lincoln after
spending a week here with Mrs.
Alvin Dietrich and family ar
rived Sunday morning from Plain
view this state for an extended
visit with relatives.
II. II. Fritz and family, Herman
and Will Miller and August .Mil
ler of Ohio township spoil tSun
day with Frank Dietrich and fam
Miss Helen Conrell came down
from Peru Friday evening for a
short stay with her grandparents
Mr. and Airs. John Patterson.
Emmerson Bauers shipped four
carloads of hogs to Kansas City
the first part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Caler left
Thursday morning for Talmage
Ruth Auxier has returned from
few days before returning to Neb
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Arnold
and Misses Daisy Arnold and 1
Ruth Auxier have ertunred from I
their recent trip to Lincoln.
Messrs. W. C. Sloan, L. A. Alli
son J. II. Hall and. W. K. Veaeh |
returned home last night from a
recent trip to Omaha.
Mesdames A. Zook and Margar
etc Sailors are keeping house for
R. M. Chamberlain during the ab
sence of Mrs. Chamberlain.
John Ilalterman and family
moved from the Kelley farm east
of town to the Heller property in
the north of town, Wednesday.
Mrs. K. Ilardon enjoyed a vis
it from her neiees the Mesdames
Dan Meyers, of Alliance Ohio, Ru
fus Karper of Canton Ohio, and
Miss Helen of Bieknell, Ohio last
Mrs. Clifford Burk and little
daughter left last week for their
home in San Diego, Cal., after
au extended visit with the former
parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Grif
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nagle gave
a farewell party Saturday even
ing in honor of their guests Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Maehaeli who
have been visiting here from Ful
Little Beulah Nedrow is suffer
ing from an attack of appendici
tis it was feared she would have
to undergo an operation but sin*
is improving slowly at this writ
The members of St. Mary's Lu
theran church south of town cele
brated their annual Mission feast
Sunday. Kev. Schult of Fremont
chison, Kas. gave a brief address
also. Special music was furnish
for the occasion and a very large
crowd was in attendance.
Dr. Meyers is on tin* sick list.
Lute Kotouc left Saturday for
a visit in Omaha.
Charles Atwood was a passen
ger to Falls City, I’hursday.
John Shenrd and wife are the
parents of a baby boy born Thurs
.Miss Sarah Edit1 visited lriends
in Scottsville, Kansas, this week.
Frank Sherman of Table Rock
visited in this city over Sunday.
Mrs. Lina Carpenter visited the
first of the week with friends in
Miss Lillie Oberly left Thursday
for Grand Island where she will
attend Business College.
Claud Linn and Harvey Mann
wen* passengers to Table Rock
Mrs. Mason Shurtleff of Mc
Cook is now the guest of friends
Lewis Edwards of Falls City
was on our streets the first of the
Mrs. Amanda Litchfield has re
turned home after a visit with
relatives in Kansas City.
Mrs. Anna Wilkinson of Au
burn, visited with h«r parents,
James Atwood and wife, and
other relatives in town.
Mrs. ('has. Sherman is under
the care of the doctor this week,
of the state.
Harold Davis left Tuesday for
Lincoln, where he will attend
The ladies of the Linger-Longer
club were entertained, Wednesday
by Mrs. F. .R Butterfield.
Frank Buerstetta of Tecumseh
is visiting friends and relatives in
town this week.
The Humboldt band went to
Stella, Thursday, where they fur
nished the music for the picnic.
Miss Viola Draper was absent
from her place in the “Famous”
a part of life week, on account of
Miss Emma Frank of Lincoln,
is visiting relatives in Humboldt.
Mrs. M. E. Linn went to Lin
coln, Wednesday, where she will
visit before going to her home in
( invert Edwards arrived in tins
city from Oklahoma, Monday.
Mrs. Mary Mann and daughter
Misses Nellie Holman and Em
ily Phillips visited in Falls City.
Oeorge Clift and wife left. Wed
nesday for Omaha, where they
visited their daughter.
Mrs. Henry Olather and little
son of Heaver City art' visiting
relatives in the town.
Frank Swanda of Falls City
was in Humboldt a short time,
Miss Daisy Morris went to Daw
son hte middle of hte week to
spend a few days with her sister
Mrs. Will Alexander.
Miss Winnie, who left several
months ago to make their home
in Idaho, hoping to benefit the
formers health, have returned to
again reside in Humboldt.
Mrs. Martin Harris and dau
ghter of Dawson, were in town,
Mrs. 0. L. I’nkefer returned,
Saturday from Lincoln, where
she has been visiting relatives.
She was accompanied home by
Mrs. Minnie Uukefer, who spent
the summer in the western part
Robert Travers, who has been
on the Grand Island ball team du]
iug the summer, joined his wife
and little son Frank in this city,
Thursday. They returned to then
home in Lincoln, Saturday.
Mrs. Thomas Draper left Mon
day for York Nebr. in response
to a telegram announcing the
death of her nephew a son of An
drew Schmclzel. The young man
was about seventeen years of age
and bis death was the result of an
After a lingering illness, .1. II.
Smith an aged and respected cit
izen of" llumboldl died at his
home Saturday, Sept. 17. Funer
al services were conducted from
the Haptist church Monday morn
ing. A large concourse of friend
followed hte remains to the city
Word lias been receeived by
friends that Dr. George Gandy,
a leading physician of Ibis city,
and Miss Clementine Rousek a
charming young lady of 11 u in bold
were married in London Sept. 5th
Both were members of a party
spending the summer in Kurope.'
They are expected t<> reach home
in Ibis eitV about Oct.15th.
Rev. A. K. Waehtel spent a few
days in Lincoln last week.
Ldith Hinkle left Monday to
attend college at Fayette, Mo.
dames Stewart of Sparks was a
Rulo visitor Iasi Saturday .
Oscar While and family moved
to Falls City the first of the week
d. A. Allison was a Falls City
visitor one day last week.
dim Mendenhal of Wymore was
a Rulo visitor Monday. -
Mrs. Sara Munson was a Falls
City visitor visitor Monday.
Mrs. Klias Martin was a Pres
ton visitor last Sunday.
Dr. Herring of Sparks was a Ri
lo visitor the last of the week.
•Tolin Burke of Missouri was a
Rulo visitor Sunday.
Tom Mann of Table Rock visit
ed friends in Rulo one day last
George Lundy of Missouri was
a Rulo visitor one day last week.
Charley Schaffer went to Falls
City last Sunday night.
Frank Chaney of Missouri,
brought up a load of melons last
Stanley Crook of Salem, visited
with Rulo friends a part of the
Albert Lunsford was in .Mis
souri visiting, one day during the
Mrs. •). A. Hinkle and daughter
Mildred spent Monday in St. Jos
Mrs. Lalor of David City visit-'
ed friends in this vicinity last
Mrs. Lotta Nichols, came from
Kansas City Monday to visit her
home folks. i
William Shepherd left the firstj
of the week for Lincoln where he
will attend the State University.
qQ Who said pepper
| gyj didn’t count? As
; ^5? much pepper is used
' Mg as all other spices
combined. You can £^($1
get two or three times
usual strength by
specifying Tone Bros.
Tones’ pepper, ginger, nius
| tard, allspice, cloves, etc., are
i imported direct and packed
in air tight cartons.
tone Bros Spick
* CANNON IftANO
At Your Grocer’e 10c
or send us a dime for full-size pack
age and "Tone’s Spicy Talks."
ERNE BROS . OES MOINES, I0WI
Bunoui R FMtow Ois 6«uiu Csmi
Mrs. K. G. Henderson was a
! Kails City visitor on Gorman Day
J Jake Million of Missouri was a
Rulo visitor one day of last week.
Will Hinton of Omaha was a
business visitor in Rulo las Friday
Arba Hoylen spent several days
last week with Rulo relatives.
Maggie Pieree and sister Sophia
weer in Falls City Saturday.
John Hamilton of Missouri was
[ a uulo visitor last Friday.
lom Brinegar left for Kansas
City last week, after a visit here
with his family.
George Comb moved with his
family to Missouri the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Asbury of
St. Joseph visited with Kulo rela
tives last week.
Agnes Schrader of Preston,
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Norman Kermode had a break
down at his saw mill north of this
place last week.
Mrs. Will Cunningham was a
Falls City visitor one day last
Manley Fdgecomb and daughte
Cathleen visited relatives in Ilia
watha last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geogrc Oeombe
went to Kansas City Monday to
lay in their winter stock of goods
Mrs. A. .T. Osborne and son
Merrill left Sunday for a two
weeks visit with relatives at l)or
If. I). Larabee has been quite
siek the last few days with malar
The steamboat Nellie J. from
St. Louis passed up the river one
day last week on her way to Om
Jeff Gilbert went to St. Joseph
last Tuesday to spend a week in
order to receive medical treat
Mrs. Tom Ifawly and children
of Falls City were the guests of
I*11iI Horan's family several days
Mrs. Joe Forney and two child
ren of Falls City visited relatives
in Hulo a couple of days of last
Frank Vanvalkinburg of Lin
coln spent Sunday with his par
W. C. T. U.
Because I have seen that strong
drink has been the source of
untold misery to individuals, to
families and to communities, I
believe that prohibition would be
an inestimable benefit to this
country and to hte world.
General F. D. Grant
Puritan Flour Prize Contest
Kxtendod to November 1st.
The manufacturers of tho Pur
itan Flour sold through grocers
and local dealers in this vicinity
have announced that they will
continue the Prize Contest under
which they are giving away 240
sacks of Puritan Flour free from
September 1st. to November 1st.
I All leading grocers and dealers
know about this contest and have
literature explaining the exten
sion of time which they will he
glad to extend to our renders, or
write Wells-Abbott-Niemnn Co.
.Millers. Schuyler. Xebr.
Wanted, Cosmopolitan Maga
zine requires the services of a
representative in Falls City to
look after subscription renewals
and to extend circulation by spec
ial methods which have proved
unusually succssful. Salary com
mision. Previous experience de
sirable but not essential. Whole
time or spare time. Address wit'
references, If. C. Campbell, Cos
mopolitan Magazine, 1789 Broad
way, New York City.
Standard bred team of driving
mares 5 years old, nicely broken.
Inquire of A. Kssley, Maple Grove
Parsonage, Phone Ind. 1212 L.
Digestion and Assimilation.
It is not the quantity of food tak
en but the amount digested and assim
Hated that gives strength and vi
tality to the system. Chamberlain’s
Stomach and Liver Tablets invigor
ate the stomach and liver and enable
them to perform their functions nat
urally. For sub* by nil druggists.
Nebraska Women Have the Choice
of the Finest Flour in the World
for I’m!- i
tan l'lour la .. |
so great right
incur own state
of Nebraska, that
it taxes the capaci
ty of our mill; tosup
ply it. Knowing Puri
tan quality as we do we
keenly regret our inabili
ty to meet t he orders from
far-away points—we would
like to make it possible for
everybody to enjoy those “bigger
Lj- • na'Att
ho have not
te ted Puritan
flour you had heat
make the experi
ment today. Why
stink to that merely
ordinarily pood flour?
Bread made from the aver
age flour is part \\a te, part
impurity and only part food.
Bread made from Puritan flour
is all good — all pure —
nil white—all light.
- whiter—lighter loaves that arc
made from Puritan flour alone. It
would be our delight to know of ^
every woman’s husband saying—“My
dear, how your cooking has improved
since you have used Puritan flour. " This
is an everyday remark in Nebraska.
r" \\ e guarantee every sack of it and
have instructed our dealers everywhere
to return your money if you do not find
' t'uritan just what we say it is—the
he t flour you ever uaed—the finest—
the most nourishing—the most satisfactory
in all respects.
The Puritan Millers, Schuyler, Nebraska
Puritan Flour Prize con
test extended to Nov. 1st.
The undersigned will sell at the west door of the court house in Falls City on
Saturday, Sept 24
At 2:00 O’clock p. ra. the following described real estate belonging to the estat of Josehp Forney,
deceased to-wit: «
The nortjieast quarter of section eighteen, township one, of range seventeen, and the west
one-half of the northwest quarter of section seventeen, township <me, range seventeen, save and
except three acres in the northwest corner of said eighty acre tract.
Also lots one, two, five and six on the north side of the Nemaha river in section twentyfive.
township one, range sixteen, except about five acres in the northwest corner of the northeast quar
ter of sail! section twentyfive,*annd also a three-cornered piece of land described as follows: Com
mencing 4.!)3 chains east from the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of section twenty-four
in said township one, range sixteen thence running east on said section line 17.81 chains, thence
north 32 degrees 45 minutes west 5.50 chains, thence south 73 degrees 15 minutes west 15.50
chains to the place of beginning, said last described piece of land containing 4.23 acres more or
less, said tracts containing in ad about 127 acres.
Also the residence property of said Joseph Forney, deseassed, in or adjasent to the city of
Falls City and described as follows towit: Commencing sixty feet south of tin* southwest corner
of Aaron Louck's property being the southwest corner of block two, in Forney’s addition to Falls
City Nebraska, thence south along the east side of Fulton street in said city of Falls City, two
hundred twenty-five feet, thence cast one hundred forty-two feet, thence south seventy five feet
thence cast sixhundred one and therc-fourths feet thence north three hundred feet, thence west
seven hundred forty-three and three and three-fourths feet, to the place of beginning.
Also lots seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, and twelve in block 2 and lots numbered ten, elev
en. twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-one
twenty two, twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, twenty eight, twen
ty-nine. and thirty, in block number one of said Forney addition to the city of Falls City, and lot
number twelve of block twenty-seven in Rulo proper.
Said sale will last at least one hour. »
Terms of Sale-Cash
J. H. MOREHEflD, Referee
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