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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1911)
The County in General
The “Ooings” of our Country Friends
Mrs. ,1, A. Osbon> was on iho sick
list several days Iasi week.
Knooh Ziegler and brother, ib'tt of
this place were in Falls City one day
Albert Williams of Fofteseue vis
ited relatives in this city Friday.
Myrtle McHugh came Friday for a
visit with her sister, Mrs. I rank
Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart of
Halo spent Sunday with friends in
Toni Hayes visited with relatives
at White Cloud the first of the
John Vest of Missouri was a Hulo
Joe Kirch was a Falls City visitor
A1 Barber of Kansas was a Hulo
visitor the first or the week.
A. T. Harrow of Lincoln was a
Rulo visitor Friday.
F. K. Kulp of Wymote was a Halo
visitor the last of the week.
John Inks of Salem visited with
relatives in Hulo the first of the
.1. S l’erry of Lincoln was a Halo
visitor tin1 first of the week.
Willis McHugh of Fulton, Mis
souri, Is visiting her sister. Mrs.
Lena Oaverzngle was a Falls City
visitor Tuesday afternoon.
Bryan Hinkle or Tortescuo was
transacting business in Itulo Mon
Ida Philips of Wymore was a basines
visitor in Hulo a couple of days
last week. •
Ray Seley left Tuesday for I >•*
Witt, where ho goes as helper at
Mr. Hawkins was In Falls City on
Monday of this week.
Ike Adkins of Missouri was a Halo
visitor Tuesday afternoon.
Sam Goolsby of Missouri was a
Hulo visitor the last of the week.
Mrs. Gilbert and daughter, Alice,
wen Falls City visitors Saturday.
George Hinkle of Fortescue was a
Hulo visitor th<> last of the week.
Rev. Pickett spent last Saturday
in St. Joseph.
Bert Anderson of Wymore visited
with old friends in Hulo Saturday
Tom Deal and Grover Daugherty
were In Falls City Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Williams and .1.
A. Hinkle attended the funeral of
James Whipple at Fortescue last
Fred Stelnhaur was a White Cloud
Mrs. Tom Hays and daughter, Opal,
were visiting in White Cloud on
Mrs. Miltey oi Omaha is visltig at
the home of let daughter, Mrs. 11.
Airs. G. L. Slocum visited relatives
at Falls City and Salt iu the first of
Mrs. M. Shufeer visited her sister
Mrs. Haebuck at Auburn last week,
J. M. Goodloe and family spent
Sunday with Mrs. Manila Moore near
Rev. Sapp was detained at Nemaha
Sunday to preach a funeral sermon
and the pulpit at the Christian church
was filled by Supt. Quivey, who
spoke in the interests of the
Orphanage at Omaha. Filler Sapp
came in time to fill his appointment
In the evening.
Mrs. G. L. Ciphers is quite sick
Mrs. H. I). Weller has quite sick
the past week with grip, which has
caused her quite a little trouble.
Mrs. Thomas Hale entertained rel
atives from Missouri last week.
Mrs. 11. 1,. Hogrefe is recovering
from a very severe attack of grip.
E. A. Kroh and family moved to
his father's farm one mile west of
Miss Adamson of S. t IV, who lias
been \isiting her aunt and cousin.
Mrs. John Coons and Miss Sybil
Mann, since last October, left for
her home last Wednesday.
The Misses Sargent, who have been
visiting their grandparents, Mr. and
Sirs. A. M. Farmer, since last Aug
ust, were called to their home in
California last week by a serious
accident to their father.
Mrs. Nellie Williams and child
ren of Nebraska City are visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards,
at the Overman.
Mrs. Jennie Griffiths has hem
quite sick the past two weeks with
The Living Link society of the
Christian church met last Friday
with Sirs. Summer. Plans were
made for sending a box to the Chris
tian home at Denver and the piec
ing of comforts will lie the work
taken up for the present.
The meetings were closed at the
M K church last Wednesday even
ing. five confessions was the result
of the meeting.
Mis, Frank Wolf is quite sick.
.1 H. Cain, Jr., visited the county
seat u couple of days last week.
Howard Pribbmio was a Falls City
I). F. Honstoad of Aurora visited
ills daughter, Mrs. .1. T. .Margrave a
few days tills week.
Mrs. Richard Kaiser went to Hol
ton on business Tuesday.
W. C. Margrave was a St. Joe
passenger Tuesday returning Wed
Walter Ranks was a Falls Cltty
Howard Pribbeno went to Waneta
Wednesday to work on Ids father’s
Flora 1 ioselton and Marguerite Le
Clere drove to Falls City Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Neff visited
her aunt, Mrs. K. lloseltou a few
days tills week.
Clyde Thacker is recovering from
injuries received in ids auto acci
I jit ilo Basil ltoyle has been having
Dr Houston was up from Falls City
Harry Lum lias rreturned from a
recent trip to Omaha.
Will Cox of Stella was a pleasant
caller herre recently.
Boy lleaeock of Falls City was in
Col. M. W. Harding was down from
Forest Smith has been quite ill
the past week with pneumonia.
Frank Dietrich made a trip t<
Shuhert one day last week.
A little daughter was horn lo Ml'
and Mrs. Will Hinkle Friday, Janu
George Fogle lias been quite sich
tlie past few days.
Clyde V. Lum is attending the lum
berman's convention at Kansas City
Miss iOdna Carsons left Tliursdu)
for Auburn win re she visited a few
Tin- lift it son of Mr. and Mrs
•.iatiP's I ‘nor. living in the south tail
| of town is quite ill witli measles.
i ary Broil a i r< : need this wot l<
■ from a visit with relatives in Harwell
The Mid-week I lancing Club licit
j an Invitation dance in the open
'house Thursday evening, the Dawsoi
orchestra furnishing the music.
Miss Amelia Nussbaum of Gretna
Nebraska, Miss Malile Nussbaum 01
Lincoln and Clarence Nussbaum ol
Omaha arrived the latter part ol
the week to attend the wedding ol
their sister, Luella Nussbaum.
Mrs. L. K. Calmer is still on the
Jasper Burch of Bridgeport, Neb.
visited last week with ills daughter,
Mrs. Charles Maith.
Jesse Cox returned to school at
Peru Thursday after an enforced va
cation of a few days on account of
Grandma Latimore is quite ill at
the home of A. J. Kumbnugh.
Jacob Peters and family visited
Sunday at the home of Byrd Mitchell.
Otis Sailors and family spent Suu
da> 'vi It their mother, Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Sarah Williamson is a victim
of la Riippe,
There will be preaching at the
Evangelical church next Sunday
morning; K. L. C. E. in the evening
with W. K. Butleer as leader.
Edna Williamson was in bed with
tonsilitis last week.
Ur. S. A. Van Osdel was in town
W. s. McGowan of Omaha ws ian
town Saturday in the interests of
the Oliver Typewriter Co.
J. S. Splckler, wife and son, Mah
lon returned to Council ltluffs on
Tuesday after a visit tto their grand
son, Elliott Delrnar and other rela
A. J. Kelly and family were the
guests of ,1. II. Langdon and wife on
Donna Sailors has the pneumonia.
Willetta Hood left Sunday for a
visit with relatives at Independence,
K. H. Dunn and family spent Sun
day at the home of c. H. Martin.
M. M. Hendricks and family spent
Sunday with George Sailors.
Jacob Arnold and family spent last
Sunday with B. c Duorfaldt.
Claude Hoe was up from Falls City
one day last week.
N. A. Arnold took a carload of
cattle to St. Joseph on Monday.
INITIATION AND SMOKER
A Number Were Initiated But Tecum
seh Candidates Fail To Show Up
There was a large class initiated
into the Klks lodge last Friday night,
among them being llou. J. 11. More
head, Fred Graham, Will t'lilig, Guy
Crook, Clarence lloek, lieu Hinton
and W. S. Leyda.
Several were expected from Te
eumsi'h who were unable to he pres
ent. After the business session,
came the banquet and smoker, where
royal good fellowship prevailed and
the new members wore given a
taste of pleasures of the social life
of tile lodge. everybody reports a
royal good time.
Speaks At Farmers Institute
James Coupe went to Auburn on
the early train Tuesday morning,
lie went to address the Nemaha Co.
Farmers Institute which was held
there Monday and Tuesday. Great
preparations had been made and a
large crowd of interested farmers at
H. Northdorf Sells Out
II. Northdorf lias sold his tailor
shop to John W. Wilson from whom
lie bought it about a year and a
half ago. Mr Wilson lias the good
will of his former customers and
will soon be doing as rushing a
business as formerly. Mr. Northdorf
has not decided upon a location but
goes to Oscaloosa, Kansas in a few
days ami will likely go Into busi
ness there again.
Change In Business.
There was a change in the per
sonnel of the Whitaker Bros, firm
last Friday, G. .1, Whitaker retiring
and his brother Dow Whitaker tak
ing his place. The other members
of the firm retain their same posi
tions. G. .1. Whitaker has not fully
decided upon his future occupation
but for the present will follow bis
former occupation, that of auctioneer.
Buys The Spickler Farm.
I). K. Spickler Ibis week sold bis
farm lying south and west of Barada
consisting of one hundred and seven
teen acres for a consideration of
$15,000 to Win. Kuhlman. This farm
joining as it does Mr. Kuhlinan’s
home place, makes a very valuable
Maddox Property Sold
A deal was closed Tuesday where
by Mrs. Margaret Maddox disposed or
her property on North Harlan St. to
Fred Schultz, Sr, of Wrdon. The
property Is now occupied by Wm.
Richer who will move to St. Joe
the first of next week. Mr. Schultz
and family will likely move into their
new home in the near future.
The Hilgnefeld estate sale attract
ed a large crowd at the court
house last Satturday. The property
brought $15,875. W. H. Maddox pur
chased the residence property on
North Stone street, occupied by D.
M. Davies for $3,400. It was con
sidored very cheap. The eighty acre
tract east of town, upon which the
iiidding was very spirited brought
$10,41,') and was sold to Henry Hahn.
There are no improvements hut the
land is all under cultivation. G. .1.
Whitaker was the auctioneer.
Little Gwendolin Davies has been
quite sick for a week and has un
dergone an operation for the remov
al of tonsils and adnoids. She is
getting along very nicely.
The Picket Home Sold.
Mrs. Mary Picket lias closed a
deal for the salt1 of her home to
John Muaselman of the Farmers’ feed
yard. The sale was made by Whit
aker Brothers. Mrs. Picket will
likely go to Idaho where her sons
W. C. T. U.
The taking of the pledge means a
deal more than simply writing one’s
own name; it often moans the right
ing of one’s whole life.—T.TI. Evans.
BONDSMEN TAKE CHARGE
Word Received That There Were Ir
regularities In The Post Office
The bondsmen of Postmaster (i. J.
Crook received notice from the post
office department at Washington that
there were certain irregularities in
the post office, and asking them lo
take charge unil he mater can be
looked into and adjusted. In com
pliance with the Department's inst
ructions, the bondsmen assumed con
trol this morning, plaving Mr. Aaron
I mucks in charge.
No one, not even Mr. Crook knows
what the charges against the office
are. The department, having at no
time given him the slightest warning
of their having found fault with the
way ttlie office was conducted.
The bondsmen are A. .1. Weaver,
Aaron Imucks, W. II. Crook, (1. M.
Barrett and Paul Weaver.
Stop a cough before It
develops something more
la The bemed y That
linen (lie AVork,
it relieves coughing immedi*
1 atoly, ease's soreness in the
■ lungs, loosens phlegm and
’ clears the bronchial tubes. It
Is a fine family remedy, pleas
ant to take arid good for chil
dren and adults,
l'i lee "Nr, 10e nml 51.00,
I r.uv the ri.oo r.lze. It contains
live times ns much as the 25c j
size, and you get with each bot
tle a Dr Herrick’s Hod I’epper
Porous Plaster for the chest.
James F. 9a I lard, Prop. St. Lou is, Mo.
Stephens Eye Salve Cures Sore
l Eyes. ,
■Sold An o W eco m m e n oe o Rv
Let The Tribune print
your SALE BILLS
Good Work Resonable Prices
' I 1 _IZZZ
Uood groceries, and plenty of them, as good as
there is in the city. Our delivery service as prompt
and as good as any. Our prices are right, quality
considered. We want your orders and if you can not
come to the store, Phone No. 67. We also have
the largest line of China and dinnerware in the county,
at — —
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Chas. M. Wilson’s
W K. DOKRINUTON. Pro*. . W. A. GUEENWAI.lt, (’nnliier
T. J. (i 1ST. Vice-Prps. GUY P GHEENWAEI), Asa't Ouahier
Falls City State Bank
Capital anti Surplus $70,(HM).00
This Bank Wants Your Patronage
jl| | It is a strong conservative and ac
Uv/VHV4wV coinodating institution operated
under the Banking Laws of the State of Nebraska.
I I C£> ^ s a ^Towing, modern and up-to
WwM^ date bank appreciates your busi
ness and looks after it’s patrons interests.
E) I I C/> ^ welcomes the accounts and busi
UwvaUdv ness of the small as well as the
large depositor and borrower.
Oil It welcomes the accounts of Wo
men and Children as well as
Men and pays interest on Saving Accounts of the Child
ren and Interest on Time Deposits of ‘“Big Folks."
BUY LAND Z BURLINGTON
BiC HORN BASIN, WYOMING.
The census ngur< s toll the story. Population now more than 15,
000 people as against 4,000 population last census and this gain practi
cally all in the last five years.
Make Money on Land
Five years ago these lands were selling at from $15.00 to $20.00 per
acre. The same lands with improvements, are now selling as high as
$GO.OO to $80.00. You can homestead just as good lands today, just as
close to the railroad, or buy just as good raw lands at $45.00 to $50.00
and make as much money as those who invested then.
GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR before the completion of the new
line to the Northwest where you can locate close to new growing towns
that will help to make your land valuable. Write me and let me tell
you all about this rich, new irrigated territory.
\rmrnmm CLEM DEAVER, General Agent
( llTUllill Land Seekers Information Bureau
1004 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebr
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