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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1910)
The County in General
I ho "Doings” of Our Country Friends
Mrs, .! K. HIhiIh 11 wtti> ftlioppln" in
Knits City Monday
Miss Marie Riggs spent Sunday in
Uarada with friends.
Rev Sapp nf V malm 'isiled fri• • 11 tl
here the latht part of the week.
Editor Dnlby spent it few days last
week with relatives in Kails t'ity
Mrs. Henry Kishburu returned homo
front lii■ visit sit Strowil, Oklahoma
Mrs. Ro-s and family spent a few
days last week visiting relatives in
Kails Kit' .
Mrs. ,1 ,\l Evan entertained her
parents, Mr and Mr - Rieliill drum of
foliage flrovi Sunday
Mr. and Mrs Tliomas Lilly are the
proud parents of a fine baby hoy
who arrived October 12.
Mrs. .1. K. Shulellbelg, Mrs Lewis!
and daughter Maggie were shopping |
at Nebraska City Tuesday.
Miss Smith Downs of Pori land,!
Oregon arrived here Saturday for an
extended visit with relatives.
II II Woodriug and wife of Ohio
precinct spent Sunday here with their
daughter, Mrs finis. Shtilotiberg and
Miss Floy Stoil returned to her
studies at Peru Monday after spend
ing a few days here with friends and
Dr Haskett of Salem filled the
vacancy of Dr Shooks for several
days last week. Dr. Shook spent the
time with relatives in the western
part of the stam
Lola Sturms was on the sii k list
(Mamie Yocum anil wife were guest*
of Mrs. N IV. k Sunday.
Edna Shaffer spent a few days
with Mrs. IV Splekler this week
\ugust Whit reck and sister spent
Sunday with Mrs. \Ym. Ilorstinaii.
Guy l.iehty and wife spent Sunday
evening witli llenuan lleaeiiy and
Charles Hishire eatne down front
Lincoln last wei k to visit his
Allen Gilmore h ft last week for
Wilber, Nebraska to stay with his
Mrs. Meyers of llehron, Nebraska
is visiting iter sister. Mrs. .Milton
Everett Higgins and wife wen* the
guests of George Sturms and tamlly
Mrs. O. .1. Ilnrt^n of Holton, lias.,
spent a portion of tlte week with her
sister, Mrs. Sturms.
Ben Morgan, wife and daughter
Mrs. II C Barton spent Sunday at
the homo of Ed Morgan.
Mrs. Harry Wills and mother, Mrs.
Poor were guests of Mrs, Anna El
shire and family Sunday.
\ Ketteror ami family of Whiling,
Kas . spent last week with Will
Huettner and other relatives.
Mrs. J. Slump of Kails City spent
Saturday with her daughters, .Mrs. \Y.
Nod row and Mrs P. Randolph.
Malilon Peek and Lydia Dowty wen
to Morrill Kansas Sunday to visit
relatives and attend the district
H I Prichard, Krcd Whit rock.
kt Kiiumel and others went to
< ity la t week to attend the
live stock show.
'Vos NVdrow and wife entertained
at (heir home Sunday, II. .!. Prich
ard and family. Ed Kim no 1 and K.
M Shaffer and their families. Her
man Beachy and wife, Guy Lichty
and w-f , Mrs Lutz. Mrs I S Stump
Mrs. N. Peek and daughter. Einnta
Wetzel ami Nannie Knick rhoek' r an
About sixty yo mg people assembled
at tii home e Mrs N. Pe, k last
Saturday evening and enjoyed the
evening playing som erset and various
other games An oy. ter supper was
served about eleven o'clock and all
returned to their homes each
declaring they had a fine time and
wishing for another such occasion.
II. Smith made a business trip
to the fruit farm Tuesday.
Misses Dodds and Hansen were
shopping in Falls City Saturday.
George Davi. and wife of Shubort
visited relatives re Sunday.
Charles Sma,an has gone to Lin
coln, where lie lias employment
it. Dean and family from Verdon
visited here the first of the week.
LO. E. Bole jack made a business
trip to tlie city Saturday morning.
•I. I. Martin, C. H. Martin and wife
spent a few days in St. Joseph last
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. o.
Bridgeman on Saturday. October 15,
Mrs. E. A. Thompson and Mrs.
Mattie Cheeseman were up from
Falls City Saturday.
Special meetings at the Evangelical
i Inm li wi re cloned cm Monday even
liu: to re-open in about three weeks.
J. A W alker and Byron Jones of
Howe. Idaho visited the first of the
week with Mr. Walker's relatives,
Ralph Nelson came in from Daven
port, Nele, to join his wife and little
on who were visiting here. After
spending a few days till returned
Mr. and Mrs. 13. 13. I loin jack drove
over to Prairie I'nlon eemetn.ry Sat
urday afternoon to attend the fune
ral i"i \iem. of their nephew, Clyde
liar] ' r’r son, who was brought
down from Auburn having died of
earl l fever.
Mrs x. A. Arnold is cm the sick
Win. Oetek spent Sunday nt I. A.
It's, (ieick was a Falls City visitor
I A, Dunn unci wife Were in Falls
City last week.
(leorge Arnold was a Falls City
visitor last week.
Jamb Arnold was a Kails ('itv vis
itor I lie past week.
Ralph llulli r spent Sunday after
noon III «lie home of I, A. Dlttlll,
Carrie Dunn Hpetil Sunday with
her friend, Verdie Williamson.
■laced) Mack and wife were guests
of August Neuinolle-r and family on
cl. W, Duorfeldt and family spent
i Sunday afternoon at tile home of I.
August Neuiuoller, who had his
leg broken some time ago, is im
proving nicely at tills writing.
Mis A Tynan was shopping in Vu
j liurn l,’rlduy.
A. M. Farmer drove to Peru Sun
day to visit iiis hod, .lames and fam
.1 M. Gondloe and family spent
Sunday In Verdon with the Gibson
Mrs. II. 10. Clark of Kansas City
is visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Miss Long of Havelock visited her
aunt, Mis. Keefer the latter part, of
Miss liyral Baldwin visited over
Sunday In Falls City with her sis
ter, Mrs. S H. Bailey.
10. A. Kroh sold Ids dray line
Monday to Win. Curtis who assumed
the management at once.
Mrs. A .1. Baldwin spent Iasi week
in Omaha as delegate to grand lodge
of the Degree of Honor.
Mrs. Angeline Paper went to Ver
don Sunday to spend several weeks
at the home of her soft, Charles.
Grandma Thompson and daughter,
Miss Jennie spent Sunday in the
country with Mrs. David Steadman,
Mrs. Mary Jones is making pre
parations to spend the winter with
her daughter, Mrs. Noah McDowell
at Red Cloud, Neb.
The Misses Sargeimt of California
visited the first of the week in the
country with their uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Maek Farmer.
L, G. Ciphers was in Topeka last
week as a delegate from the Chris
tian church to the National conven
tion Mrs. Ciphers was intending to
accompany him but owing to poor
health was compelled to give up the
Mrs. I. L Plasters entertained the
ladies ci the Christian church Aid
Socif ty and the Living Link last
Friday at an all day meeting. The
ladies knotted two comforters and
almost quilted a quilt besides work
ing on numerous articles for their
fair. There were forty-three pres
ent ami not a man would stay on the
faun Mr. Plasters taking his din
ner with him. The dinner prepared
fer the ladies was a most bountiful
o n as all country dinners are. The
ladies are all invited to spend the
day with Mrs John Jenkins and Miss
Ola one week from Friday.
You are not experimenting
on yourself when you take Cham
berlain’s Cough Remedy for a
cold as that preparation has won
its great reputation and extensive
sale by its remarkable euros of
colds, and ran always be depend
ed upon. It is equally valuable
tor adults and children and may
1)0 given to young children with
implicit confidence as it contains
no harmful drug. Sold by all
Butter Fat 30 cents. Eggs 20
1 his price is good for the ballame
of this month.
1\ II. Ilermes Phone 3o
Willie Crawford of Table Rock
was In the city Saturday.
Klmer Woods and family were dow
from Table Rock Monday.
Mrs. 11. K. lioyd was on the sick
list a few days this week.
Mrs. Robert Kdie visited with rela
tives in Dawson Wednesday.
Miss Nettie Womb was on the
: i.'k lint the last of the week.
Janies linizila visited with rela
tives in Table Rock Thursday.
John Moellers and wife are the
proud parents of a baby girl, bom
airs. O. D. I uketVr was hostess to
the Linger Longer club Wednesday
Mrs. Moss I »av is is visiting with
n i son, I'eii JcColloch and family
v bump Vv i ; lit of Marshfield, Mo.,
is a . i in i. tends in Humboldt
in is week.
i. t.. tiridh v and wife returned
Monday frutn a visit with relatives In
Miss b loy Hummel made ti brief
vi.-it to her home in Lincoln the last.
Of file week.
Miss Mary ii. I’etrashek of Table
Ro. k vvtis u Humboldt v isitor Lite last
Miss lluttie Dorlnnd, vvlio teaches
school in Nemaha county, spent Sun
day in tins city.
Jacob Bhroyer and grandson re
turned Wednesday from a visit with
relatives in Girard, 111.
A reception for Rev. ltuc.h and
wife was given at the Methodist,
church Tuesday evening.
The first number of the lecture
course was given Saturday evening
at tie1 Presbyterian church.
Mrs. Dr. Dccrford and little daugh
ter of Olatonia were recent guests at
tin home of Win. Davis and wife.
Mrs. Slitre and daughter, Miss
Mablc of Dawson are visiting at
the home of Mrs. W ill Waggoner and
Mrs. Hay Miller and little daughter
of Grand Island are visiting at. the
home of her parents, it. P. Gravatte
.1. W. Kovanda, wife and two child
ren of Blue Rapids, Kansas came
over from Table Rock Monday in thei
Mrs. Henry Davis returned to her
home in tills city Thursday, after
a two weeks visit with relatives in
I loll county.
Rev. Oardy returned the middle
of the week from Nodaway, Iowa,
where lie had been called to ded
icate the church of which his brother
Mrs. Del Parsons joined her hus
band in York, Sunday. The young
people will make their home in that
city, Mr. Parsons having embarked in
Dr. George Gandy and bride ar
rived in this city Saturday, having
spent some time on their return from
Europe in the eastern part of the
Mrs. Will Davis left Friday for a
short visit with relatives in Olatonia.
From there she will go to Lincoln as
a representative of the Rebecca lodge
from this place.
The families of Frank and Fred
Butterfield, accompanied by Mes
daines O. E. Zook and R. L. Hoff at
tended the National convention of
the Christian church held in Topeka
The annual horse show held in
this city Saturday was a success in
every way. The day was delight
ful and tlie crowd immense. The
animals exhibited wore fine and made
a good showing
Charles W'ednt r, who in company
with his wife, left a few mouths ago
for Missouri in the hope of bone
fitting liis health, was brought to
tins city Monday in a serious condi
tion, having been struck by lightening
while using (he telephone during a
Sunday morning a run away team
of mules caused the wagon in which
Ed Lynch anil Fred Schenk were driv
ing to go over a high embankment.
The result was rather serious and
t!u> young men were immediately
brought to town and their injuries
were attended by Drs Waggoner &
Mis .1. \ Hinkle was in Falls City
Henry Robinson of Wathena was in
Ray Hire! was a Falls City visitor
the past week.
Charles Tagnev of Falls City was
a Unlo visitor Sunday.
John Kanalv was a Falls City visit
or one day last week .
J. A Osborne and little son wore
Falls City visitors Monday.
\\ m. Prater and wife are the par
ents of a little daughter.
Joe Kimmel of Goodland, Kansas
was a Rulo visitor last week.
C.us Johnson spent Sunday in Ne
braska City with his family.
Sarah and Anna Fickle left foi
st. Joseph one day last week.
•hick Neitzel of Preston was a
Rulo visitor one day last week.
Stanley Crook of Salem was a
Itulo visitor oik- day last, weeek.
Charles Tagne.v and wife are the
parents of a little daughter.
Charles Scott of Hiawatha was a
Itulo visitor one day last week.
Will .Jacobs lift Sunday afternoon
for his home at Dorchester, Neb.
.Mm Rhodes of the big lakes was a
Itulo visitor the last of the week.
Hill Barnard of Missouri was a
Rulo visitor tin- first of the week.
Frank Bdgeooinb of Geneva visit -it
with ills father in Rulo last week.
Charles Cessrnan of White Cloud
was a Rulo visitor the first of the
Chari- s Ross went to Quinton Sat
urday for a few days visit with rel
Win. Harding of Salem visited
with relatives in Itulo the first of
Worth Anderson and family of
Kansas spent Sunday with relatives
Mrs. Williams of Forteacue visited
with her son, Roy in Itulo the first of
Mrs. John Hopkins and three chil
dren were Atchison visitors last
Jehu Kimmel of Morrill, Kansas
visited with relatives in this county
Mrs. Henry Mosier of Fails City
is spending the Week with her par
ents in Rulo.
Ike Jarrott of Goff, Kansas came
last week to attend the funeral of
Mr. and Mrs. Fox and little dau
ghter of Baltimore are visiting rel
atives in Rulo.
Harrj Simons and Frank Vanvaul
kinliurg were Hiawatha visitors one
day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Simon of
Chillaeoth spent last week with rela
tives in Rule.
I>. Anderson returned Saturday
from a hunting trip in the western
part of the state.
Mrs. Will Cunningham returned the
lust of the week from a visit with
relatives in Iowa.
Karl Kicks and family of White
Cloud visited with relatives in Uulo
the first of the week.
Mrs. Lottie Nichols of Kansas
City came last week for a visit with
her mother. Mrs. Hosford.
Mrs. Melvin Rinehart of Smith
Center, Kas., are visiting with the
family of D. VanValkenhurg.
Rev, A. M. Keith of Falls City
preached at the M. E. church lsat
Sunday morning and evening.
Frank I’.lair, wife and children of
Highland, Kansas visited with Mr.
and Mrs. H. Edgeeomb last week.
Mrs. Claude Yoeam returneed to
her home in Falls City Saturday after
a ten days visit with her mother.
Marion and Viola Jarrott came
up from St. Joseph Thursday to
attend the funeral of their father.
L. Jarrott and family of LaPlatte,
Neb., came last week to be present
at the funeral of George Jarrott.
Little Lucille Cunningham received
a very nice present last week. It
was a pony, harness, cart, sleigh
Ur. R. G. Henderson and wife took
a trip to Falls City, Salem and Ver
don one day this week in their new
A large crowd went out to the
home of Miss Emma Danneeker one
evening last week and enjoyed them
selves until a late hour.
Sterling Mendenhal had the mis
fortune to be thrown from a horse
one day last week and sustained a
broken collar bone .and a fractured
rib, besides several other bruises.
George Jarrot, who had lived in
Rulo a number of years died last
Tuesday at Kearney, Neb., where
he had been working for some time.
The remains were brought to Rulo
Friday morning and the funeral was
held in the afternoon at the Holi
ness church, conducted by Rev. Orr.
lb’ leaves a father, mother, and sev
Lame back is one of the most
common forms of muscular rheu
matism. A few applications of
Chamberlain’s Liniment will give
relief. For sale by all druggists.
TRADE MORAL—If we were all
mind-readers we would have
no trouble in learning what
merchant's goods are best.
About one in every 1.000 of
us is addicted to mental tele
pathy. To reach the other
999 of us. Mr. Merchant must
advertise. Persistent adver
tising in this paper will make
those 999 buy. The telepath
ist will buy anyhow.
TRADE MORAL—The difference
between business and success
is advertising. Inquire about
Your Baking Cannot Fail
If Ye u Use Puritan Flour
* vV O
■ purest flour
vie, leaves our
ills daily and it is
early all consumed
, Nebraska. That's
roof enough of what
Nebraska thinks of Puri
tan. Thousands upon
thousands of the state’s best
families are using it. Is yours
one of them?
\«3r h r e a d
Puritan f lour
is whiter and
lighter, the loaves
larger, than from
Jwv an-v °flier fl°ur. It’s
’ V the highest grade quality
through and through, sold
to you under a positive
money-back guarantee. Try
Puritan Flour and if you do not
like it, take the sack back and
get your money.
The Puritan Millers, Schuyler, Nebraska
Puritan Flour Prize con
test extended to Nov. 1st.
NO ONE IS TOO OLD
to hi1 indifferent to their teeth.
In fact the older the person the
more necessary is it that tlie
food be properly masticated.
GOOD HEALTH AND TEETH
go together. You cannot have
one without the other. \Ye sup
ply teeth for persons of every
age and condition. All opera
tions are painless and all charg
es are extremely moderate.
Dr. Yutzy, Dr. C. t\ Heffner, Falls City, Nebraska
THE HOMESEEKERS’ EXCURSIONS on tin* 1st and 3rd Tuesdays
to the West, Southwest and Soutli offer an excellent oppor
tunity for a journey of inspection or pleasure, during the
autumn and winter, through these fast growing localities
where land is constantly increasing in value.
THE CHEAP ONE-WAY AUTUMN RATES TO THE PACIFIC COAST
are in effect this year only until October la. Go early and
escape the ffnal rush for sleeper accommodations. Every
day round trip Coast rates are in effect this winter; general
basis $90.00, and $13.00 higher via Shasta.
THE DAILY WINTER TOURIST RATES to Southern resorts be
come effective about November 1st. These rates with their
desirable routes and privileges, together with the out door
and hotel attractions of the Southland, should appeal to
many looking to avoid the rigors of a northern winter.
E. G. WHITFORD, Ticket Agent
L. M. WAKELEY, General Passenger Agt.
1 1111 1*11 l^s% 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).1:10 p. m.
No. 43—Portland Exp-10:17 p. m.
No. 41—Portland Exp.2:2.7 p. m
No. 121—Lincolu Loc. via Ne
braska City.5:00 a. m
No. 14— St. .1 , K. C & St. L .7:38 a. m.
No. 44—St. J., K. C. & st. L- .3:37 a. in
No. 16—St. J.. K C. & St. L. .4:22 p. m.
No. 42—St. .J., K C. & St, L. .4:35 p. nt
No 122—Frotn Lincoln, via
Nebraska City. 8:45 p m.
E. G. Whitford. Asrent.
—Eat Sowle’s Candy.
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' r !!lKr ^'lnsns t;ity Exp 3:10 a. tn.
,|,r- llh E- 0. Local....*7:30 a. tn.
rn‘"- ' !“L,oc;\1 h rel«ht.*9:40 a. m.
I r. 138—Omaha Local, ar. *9:00 p. m.
Tr 10.3—Omaha-Lincoln Ex. 1:50 p. m.
Tr. 105—Omaha-Lincoln Ex. 2:55 a. m.
3 r. 137—Omaha local.*7:15 a. in!
Tr. 191 —Local Freight.*1:20 p. m!
Tr. 131—Kansas City Lo. ar.*8:15 a! in!
Daily excert Sunday.
__K- K. MAIIR. Agtnt,
A good farm for sale, north of Falla
City. Enquire of W. H. Maddox.
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