The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, December 23, 1910, Image 6

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The County in General
The “Doings” of Our Country Friends
and Neighbors.
Fred eHineman was in Falls City
H. H. Fritz was aa Omaha visitor
John Wear were down from Peru
Ed Shubert wsa down from Shu
bort Thursday.
Ilert O'Hara was on the siek list,
the past week.
Mrs. Wallace McCullough returned
to Howe Monday.
Miss Cammu Hall returned home
from Stella Tuesday.
F. W. Robb was a Falls City vis
itor the first of the week.
The little daughter of John Pool j
Is ciuite ill with scarlet fever.
Mrs. Jess Waggner left Thursday
for her home at l.anhaui. Neb.
Clarence Clark and daughter of
Kansas City were in town Tuesday.
A large crowd from Falls City at
tended the lecture here Sunday ev
Mrs. Will NVdrow and children re
turned home from Falls City Sun
T. L. Hall of Lincoln has been
spending a few days In Verdon this
Mrs. Hr. Thomas entertained the
Kensington dull Tuesday after
Mrs. C. M. Helnzelmnn ami son,
John were shopping in Falls City
Miss Cora Swisegood and Mrs. Min
nie Hoyle were shopping in Falls City
Sam Hancock ami family and Ed
Ewing made a trio lo Fails City last
Mr. Robbins arrived one day last
week from Oklahoma for a visit to
Frank Dietrich returned home Fri
day from a trip to his farm in
western Kansas.
Harry Zubrick returned to Omaha
Monday after a visit of three weeks
with home folks.
Miss Pearl Woodard arrived last
week from Hennett, Neb., for a. visit
to Mrs. F. W. Hold).
Hraudma Heldon left Saturday for
Tocuinsoh where she will spend the
winter with iter daughter.
i ■ v. Hay Miller left last week
for Heaver Crossing sift or a short
visit with liis parents here.
Vrs. Joe Wells returned bet week!
from ;m extended visit with her
moil er at Deepwater, Mo
Mrs. X. Form \ lias returned to
her home in Falls City after a brief
visit here with her brother, Uruce1
Mrs. VV. H. McHenry and daughter,
Miss Irene, left for ullstings, Iowa,
where they joined Mr. McHenry and
will makee their future home at that
George Abbott and wife returned
to their home in Omaha after spend
ing a few days here with the former's
sister, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and hus
A very pretty wedding took place
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Stevens in the east part of town
Sunday evening at eight o'clock,
when the latter's sister, Miss Mable
Crouch was united in marriage to
Mr. George VV. Hays of Oklahoma
City. Okla. The bride is the young
est daughter of W'm. Crouch, and is
a great favorite with iter many
friends, who extend hearty congratu
lations. They will be at homo to
their friends in Oklahoma City after |
January 1st, 1911.
“I have been troubled with consti-1
pal ion for two years and tried all of
the host physicians in Bristol, Term.,
and they could do nothing for me,"
writs Tlios. E. Williams, Middleboro.
Ky. “Two packages of Chamberlain
Stomach and Liver Tablets cured me.
For sale bv all dealers.
Adolpli Saal was in Fargo Satur
Will Brown was in the county seat
Ed Durfee was in Preston one day
last week, i
M. .1. Durfee was in Falls City on
Miss Sophia Thomas was a Rulo vis
itor Saturday.
A. J. Hackworth of Fargo was in
our vicinity Tuesday.
Charles Hilgenfelt was in our vic
inity on business Friday.
A number from here attended thei
dance at Fargo Friday night.
Robert Randolph was the guest of
E. E. Durfee and family Friday.
Ed Durfee and wife were guests of
F. C. Oberst and family Tuesday.
Bessie Anderson spent Saturday j
and Sunday with home folks at Rulo.1
Ed Durfee and wife were guests!
of A. F. Randolph and family Sunday.
George Vaughan and wife were
guests of M. .1. Durfee and wife Sun
Fred Nolte and family were guests
of John Nolte and family one day
last week.
Gus Baker and family were guests
of Philip Zimmerman and family
Mr. McCann is making arrange
ments to move to Falls City. lie
will have a sale December 22.
Jack Brinegar arrived Wednesday
morning from Bothell, Washington,
called here by the death of his father.1
George Vaughan, Clarence Me Wain J
and Ed Durfee spent a part of las! !
week at the licpne of Mark Durfee.
Quite a number from this vicinity
attended the Wulf-Seit:'. sale Thurs
When you have a cold get a bottle
of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. It
will soon fix you all right and will
ward off any tendency toward pneu
monia. This remedy contains no
opium or other narcotic and may be
given as confidently to a baby as to
a nadult. Sold by all druggists.
Miss Nina Snow spent Sunday in
Miss Violet Smith spent. Sunday at
Will Kenton and son Bryan were
in Dawson Monday.
Dr. E. R. Hayes was in Falls City a
few days last week.
The three children of Ike Ilodkins I
have the tvphoid fever.
E. W. Cummings went to Burch
ard Sunday returning Monday.
eJrry Kean and wife spent Fri
day and Saturday in Falls City.
Angeline Rothenberger is the guest
of Maggie Quinlan a few days.
Josephine O’Donnell went to Falls
City Saturday to do some shopping.
Frank Happ returned home from
Republic County, Kansas last week.
Miss Laughran of Washington, D.
C„ is visiting . her uncle. Rev.
Michael O'Connell went to Shu
bert Tuesday returning home Satur
Mike Tiehen came home from St
Paul Minn., last Friday to spend
Christmas and New Years.
Nellie Briscoe went down to Ham
lin. Kansas last Saturday to visit
her grandmother who is sick.
•lack Triggs and family tame in
from Canada to spend a couple of
months with relatives..
.John O’Donnell returned home last
week from Summerfield, Kas., where
he visited his daughter, Mrs. Mine
Kmmet Fenton of Haddam, Kansas
is here visiting friends and relatives
HiB father has not been very well
so he came in to spend a few days
with him.
The children of Dawson are very
patiently waiting for Santa Claus.
Every child under twelve years old
is to meet the two o'clock train next
The quicker the cold is gotten rid
of the less danger from pneumonia
and other serious diseases. Mr. B.
W. L. Hall, of Waverly, Va., says, ‘‘J
firmly believe Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy to be absolutely the best
preparation on the markets for colds
I have recommended it to my friends
and they all agree with me.” For
sael by all druggists.
The snappy, rich flavor I
of gingerbread depends I
upon the ginger. Use ^
and pet the best gingerbread and cook- I
ies the folks ever ate. Don't buy insipid I
ginger. Get Tones’. It 's fresh and ■
.strong in sealed pacaages. Grocers, 10c. I
TONE BROS., Dcs Moines, Ia. ^
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