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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1910)
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The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country Friends
Della Martin wa« a Preston vis
Bill Brainard of Missouri was a
Rulo visitor Sunday.
Frank Kulp of Wymore was a
Rulo visitor last Friday.
James Mooney was a Falls City
visitor Monday morning.
Clara Aikman spent Sunday
with her mother in Rulo.
Kmmn Jackson was a Falls City,
visitor one day last, week.
Bessie Anderson was a Falls
City visitor last Saturday.
Miss Thompson spent Sunday
at her home in Falls City.
Will Story and wife spent Sun
day with friends in Rulo.
Mr. Rivits of Lincoln was a Ru
lo visitor one day last week.
Francis Pierce was a Falls City
visitor the last of the week.
John Kanaly spent a couple of
days in St. Joseph Inst week. I
Ben Lunsford was a visitor t«'
Missouri the first of the week.
J. A. Osborne spent a couple of
days in St. Joeseph this week.
L. B. Lyman of Wymore was a
Rulo visitor one day last week.
Grace Cronin and John McClca
lan went to the show Saturday.
Sam Goolsby was a Rulo busi
ness visitor the first of the week.
Kd McVey went to St. Joseph
Monday for a visit with relatives.
Ike UetKins a lid son 01 .Mis
souri were Uulo visitors lust week
Ira lioylen of I own visit ed wit.li
Uulo friends a few days this week
Mrs. Dnnneeker went to St. do
soph last week for a few days vis
Hoy Williams took a crowd to
Missouri on a paw-paw hunt Sun
Frank Chaney of Missouri was
a business visitor here last Satur
A crowd form Uulo attended
the carnival at White ('loud this
Josie Vetter of Kansas visited
with Mrs. 1>. VanValkcnherR last
John Pope and son Irwin were
Falls City visitor the last of the
Mrs. dames Taiijfiiey spent last
week visiting relatives in St. Jo
Hope Ward left last week for
Tnrkio Mo., where she will attend
Jake Fiekel came down from
Humboldt Sunday to visit with
Mrs. C. d, Huber went to St. do
seph last week to have her eyes
Mr. Tliroup of Lincoln was a
business visitor here the last of
A large crowd I rum Rulo at
tended tin' show at Falls City,
Karl Dicks came up from White
Cloud Sunday to \ i-^it with rela
Clyde Hart and Raymond Mar
cum returned from Falls City Sut
Lena Harrison left last week
for a visit with relatives at Ah-1
Al Allgeier left Wednesday for
Wymore as operator in the Bur
Mrs. Charles Tagney of Falls!
"City visited with her parents in
Rulo last week.
Mrs. Tony Asher and children
of Kansas visited with Rulo rela
tives last week.
August Johnson went to Nehr a
ka City Sunday for a short visit
with liis family.
Al Schaffer and family of Scrih
ner Xehr. visited with Rulo rela
tives this week.
Charlie Arnold and family are
visiting this week with relatives a
Carl Fredreek came from Diller
last week to work for Phil Horan
in the barber shop.
Mrs. D. YanValkenberg spent
several days last week with
friends in St. Joseph.
Mrs. Harry Bradford and little
son llarry af Wymore visited in
Kulo several days last week.
Sterling Meudenhal came down
from Iowa Saturday to spend a
few days with relatives.
.Mrs. George Seley returned
Sunday evening from a visit with
relatives at Iloag Xohr.
Mr. Anderson of Atchison came
Monday to take Al AlgnirV place
as operator at the depot.
Marry Brinegar is in South Da
kota this week with several ear
loads of apples and pears.
d. Robinson returned the last
of the week from a visit with re
lat i\ es at < 'learmont. Mo.
Mrs. Oss Daniels and son True
returned Saturday from a visit
with relatives at West Borrow.
Ed Davis and wife returned
Friday morning from a trip to
ITtnh and other western points.
Lou Schaffer and wife left last
week for Greeley, Colo, where
they will make their future home.
Mrs. Emma MeVey went to St.
dooseph Monday morning for a
few days visit, with her daughter.
Mamie Kanaly and sisters Flor
ence and Margaret were Falls
Gity visitors the last of the wok.
Mrs. Will Glarieo and little
daughter of Diller visited with
Rulo friends several days of last
Leonard Simon wife and (laugh
ter of Preston visited with rela
tives in Bulo, 0)\ few days Iasi
Mrs. Charlie Schaffer and her
daughter Nellie spent a couple of
days with relatives in Falls City
the first of the week.
F.wing and Sam Ward spent
last week at Central City and Bur
well Nehr. disposing of a carload
of apples at each of the places.
The telephone office has been
remodeled and repaired, a now
front put in, new windows, new
doors and other much needed
Bov. and Mrs. A. F. Wachtel re
turned the first of the week from
the annual conference at York.
They also visited with friends in
Humboldt and Lincoln.
A letter received from Hnocli
Jnekson at Lost Springs, Wyom
ing says they had a hard frost th
21th of August killing all their
corn and late potatoes. He also
says times are pretty hard.
Mrs. James Ilosford ontertainoi
her Sunday School class of little
girls Saturday evening. The tim
was spent with games of various
kinds. Dainty refreshments were
served and all report a jolly time.
Miss Pauline Kirk and John Me
Fry were married in Fulls City,
Wednesday evening of last week.
They left for Kansas City Thurs
day morning for a short visit. A
host of friends wish them hap
piness in their future life.
Mrs. Kmma Kern returned to
Wymore Saturday after a short
stay at her home in Bulo. The
loth of Oct. she with her daugh
ter Mrs. Harry Bradford will
start to Boise City, Idaho, to visit
with her parents who are
to celebrate their golden wedding
Nov. Jrd. and they will stay for
You get three or
four times the
strength of ordi
nary spices when
Tone Bros, import their
own pepper, ginger, cin
namon, mustard, cloves,
etc. Tones’ spices are of
full strength, last longer
—are more economical.
or send us a
dime for full
nTBK IMS.. DCS MOINES, I0WS
Busans si F Minis On 6m.ni Cum
(lust Schueth of Kansas is here
visiting old friends.
Thomas Moore of McCook spent
Sunday here with friends.
•I. F. Shuhert wife and diiugli
ter took in the Stella I’ienie.
•I. F. Shuhert and family were
Falls City visitors on Friday.
Several from here took in the
eireus in Falls City Saturday.
M. T. Hill was a Falls City visi-,
tor the latter part of last week. |
Mrs. .1. <’. Shulonberg spent Imt
week at Falls City with her par
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Ross are the
proud parents of a son since Sept.
('has. Seoville and family of NV
malm spent Sunday here with re
II. K. Williams and wife spent
last week with relatives at Nema
Mrs. Frank Mullnn who has
been sick for several days is now
Ray Lundy left Monday for IV
ru where he will attend school
the coming year.
II. C. Davis and wife of Falls
City spent one day last week with
J. L. Dal by and wife.
Miss Veva Bergsma entertain
ed Miss Lizzie Moore and Miss Lo
ta Starry of McCook last Friday.
.lames Stephenson and wife en
tertained the formers sister Mrs.
dimerson of Me Cook a few days
hlmer King ot Lincoln inside
this his place of business Satur
day. 11 is old friends were glad
see him again.
(’. II. Bacon and wife formerly
of this place lmt now residing in
Beatrice spent Sunday in Shubert
dim Hiimbaugh and family,
.Jake Birdsley and family spent
Sunday sit the home of Clias. Sim 1
enherg and wife.
Mrs. Taylor accompanied her
daughter Gladys to Peru Monday
to see that she is nicely settled in
her hoarding place.
Prof. Oliver of Falls City visit
ed the schools here Tuesday. He
was not only pleased with past
work hut with the present also.
duo Ross and wife of Falls City
spent Tuesday at the home of
thor son and wife, making the
acquaintance of their little grand
Misses Charlotte Imler, Gladys
Taylor and Floy Stotts left Mon
day morning for Peru where they
expect to attend the Normal the
'Pin' Women’s Literary Club
met last Saturday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. A. M. Shubert.
A jolly good time was had by all
present and lovely refreshments
bulla beasoner and family are
now making preparations to leave
for their new home at Fnadilla.
Mr. and Mrs. Rcasoner have been
residents here for seven! years,
and will he greatly missed by all
who knew them.
Mrs. Me Cleary of Falls City
was in town recently.
Mrs. <i. W. Knapp is home froi
a visit at Riverton this state.
Mrs. G. AV. Knapp is home
from a visit at R’iverton Xebr.
Rev. Ollendorf left last week
for his home at Wiesner Xebr.
T. L. llall came down from Lin
coin the latter part of the week.
Mrs. Or. Thomas and baby re
turned home from Lincoln Wed.
Will Otto shipped a earload of
hogs to St .loo Tuesday evening.
John Riesehick of Falls City
was a pleasant caller hero Tues.
Mr. Graves came up from Rulo
the first of the week on business.
John Riesehick of Falls City
was a pleasant visitor here Tues
A large crowd from here attend
ed tin* show in Falls City Satur
Rev. Sehult has retunerd to his
home in Lincoln after a brief visit
George McCullough departed
Thursday for North Loup this
Messrs. R. Heaeock and Gra
ham were up from the county
Bauer Bros, shipped eight car
loads of hogs to Kansas City last,
K. \V. Black the C. 15. & <t>. re
lief agent spent several days here,
.Mr. and -Mrs. Duard Corn en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Shaw of.
Mr. Spence formerly of Falls
City is clerking for the Verdon
doe Mark arrived Friday even
ing from Creighton for a visit
Rev. Carries returned last week
from Cottage where he assisted
Emerson Bauer shipped three
carloads of fine hogs to St. Louis
Mrs. Asa -Miller enjoyed a visit
last week from her father who re
sides at Klk Creek.
Mesdames M. Maliza and R.
Chamberlain have returned from
their trip to Dakota.
S. B. Summers is substituting
for agent Stringfield at the Mis
souri Pacific station.
J. H. Hall and Mrs. 0. E. Hall
made a pleasant trip to the
county seat last week.
Will Miller and wife of Ohio
township were the guests of Ver
don friends Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper returned
home from a recent visit with re
latives at Topeka Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Sailors
have moved to their new home in
the south-east part of town.
Roy Johnson and Lloyd Diet
rich spent Saturday afternoon in
the country near Straussville.
Mrs. Ida Mailer of Ohio town
ship was the guest of Yerdon
friends Wednesday afternoon.
Ralph Carries arrived Friday
from Humboldt where he visits'll
old friends the past two weeks.
Quinton Stump and wife spent
Sunday here with the formers par
cuts Mr. and Mrs. West Stump.
J. M. Griffiths and family are
enjoying a visit from relatives
who arrived recently from Kansas
Uncle George Fogle and wife
visited at the home of A If Ram
sey and wife near Dawson Sun
Dr. Thomas has moved his
household goods to the building
formerly known as the Transit
Mr. K. de Frese returned to
his home in Atchison Kansas af
ter spending a few days here with
Miss Myrtle Mailers came up
form Falls City for a short stay
with her sister Mrs. Fred. Ilcin
ernian and family.
Mrs. John Dillon and sister
Mrs. Mertha Weddle went to Falls
City Saturday morning returning
home .Saturday night.
Miss Tresa Armbuster who hasj
been visiting Miss Julia Frauenlin
folder returned to her home in
Shubert Monday morning.
Dave Davies and family came
up from the county seat Sunday
for a visit with Mrs. Davies par
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Griffiths,
of Mroken Arrow, Oklahoma are
visiting friends here at present.
Miss Kdna Parsons returned
home from an extended visit
with her brother and family at
Hugo Washington. Her little ne
phew Loyal Parsons aceompaning
her home to remain here till next
Digestion and Assimilation.
It is not the quantity of food tak
en but the amount digested and assim
ilated that gives strength and \i
tality to the system. Chamberlain’s
Stomach and Liver Tablets invigor
ate the stomach and liver and enable
them to perforin their functions nat
urally. For sale by all druggists.
Wanted, Cosmopolitan Maga
zinc 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 sucessful. Salary com
mision. Previous experience de
sirable but not essential. Whole
time or spare time. Address wit’
references, II. Campbell, Cos
mopolitan Magazine, 178!) Broad
way, New York City.
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Did you ever stop to think how much we all depend upon one 41
another. As St. Paul said, “Different members, but all of the ^
same body.” If the eye, or the hand, or the foot refuses to do
its work the whole hody is hampered, and hence one cannot say *
to the other, “1 have no need of thee.” The same is true with
tiie varied interests of this community where we live The
farmer, the merchant, the doctor, the lawyer, the banker all •!
depend on one another, and for any one of the number to refuse ~
to recognize this is to throw our whole business machine out of
joint. In anger a man says. “I can do business without you ” *
i’erhaps he can, hot not so good as with “you.” To buy goods ^
away from home, or to send your money away from home for
deposit is to ignore the claim the community lias 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 making 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 *
PRESTON, NEBRASKA *
BEAUTY IN YOUTH
is expected. Can’t have it tlio
without careful painstaking as
to your person. The first care
to be considered is
V THE TEETH
Bad teeth and foul breath are
I synonymous. Steer clear of
both by patronizing those den
tal parlors. We assist nature
and work wonders in assisting
to beautify and preserve the
teeth. Work is guarranteed.
Dr. Yutzy, Dr. C. E. Heffner, Falls City, Nebraska
OF COURSE IT’S PRETTY
if it comes from here. Even
our most inexpensive trinkets
have a beauty above the comon.
GLANCE AT THE JEWELRY
carelessly as you will you can
not fail to be impressed with
its evident good taste and ar
tistic excellence. We have
plenty of pretty things you
aught to see. Come and have a
,look at them.
R. B. Simpson.Falls City
Special September Rates
TO THE EAST:—Y ou can make an eastern trip at reduced rates
any day, and for many eastern trips tile limit lias been ex
tended to (30 days instead of 30 days.
LOW ONE WAY RATES TO THE COAST - General basis, only
$25.00; August 25th to September 9th and October 1st to 15th
tO California destinations, and from September 15th to Oc
tober 15th to the Northwest and Puget Sound.
CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS: —General basis, only $50.00 round
trip, direct routes, September 1st to 7th and September 24th
to 30th; $15.00 higher includes the Shasta Route.
HOMESEEKERS’ EXCURSI0NS:-lst and 3rd Tuesdays. Irri
gated 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 E 11 1 1*11 OUR SPECIALTY ^
THAT IS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
OF PRINTING THEM CORRECTLY
Let Us Figure With You
No, 13—Denver Exp.1:10 a. rr.
No. 15—Denver Exp. t Local). 1:40 p. tr..
No. 43—Portland Exp.10:17 p. m.
No. 41—Portland Exp.2:25 p. is
No. 121—Lincoln Loc. via Ne
braska City.5:00 a. rr.
No. 14—St. J., K. C. & St. L .7:38 a. m.
No. 44—St. J.. K. C. & St. L. .3:37 a. m
No. 10—St. J., K C. & St. L. .4:22 p. m.
No. 42—St. J., K C. & St. L. .4:35 p. id
No 122—From Lincoln, via
Nebraska City. 8:45 p m.
E. G. WHITFORD, Agent.
—Eat Sowle’s Candy.
Tr. 104—St Louis Exp.2:10 p. in.
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..*9:00p. ni.
Tr 103—Omaha Linco'n Ex. 1:50 p.m.
Tr. 105—Omaha-Lincoln Ex. 2:55 a. tn.
Tr. 137—Omaha local.*7:15 a. m. V
Tr. 191—Local Freight.*1:20 p. m. 1
Tr. 131—Kansas City Lo. ar.*8:15 a. m.
*Daily excert Sunday.
_ E. E. MARR, Agent.
A good farm for sale, north of Falls
City. Enquire of W. H. Maddox.
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