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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1911)
Mr. McClain, formerly of this place
but now of Stella, was calling on old
friends here last week.
J. F. Watton returned the latter
part of the week from a business trip
Miss Winifred Kingsley of Hebron
who has been the guest of Miss
Iinler for a few days, returned to
her home Wednesday.
James Weick of near town is spend
ing this week with bis sister, at
Rev. Ifarrall of Stella visited with
friends here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boatman spent
Sunday with home folks on the farm.
The dance given by our young peo
ple at the opera house Friday even
ing was a success.
J. L. Slocum and family of Falls
City was visiting friends here re
Joseph Egner and son of Thair Co.
Kansas is here the guest of rela
tives near town.
M. H. Taylor was a business vis
itor at St. Joe the past week.
Emery- Howe came down Saturday
from Brownville for a visit with
friends and relatives here.
The infant son of Joseph Hender
son and wife is quite ill with the
A company of friends were enter j
tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Schulenberg south of town
in honor of Mi Shulenberg’s birth
day. It was a complete surprise and
those present report a fine time. Re
freshments were served.
Ray Bird of Mound City visited
with friends in Rulo the first of the
The “.lolly Club” met with Mrs. G.
Ocomb last Thursday afternoon. A
pleasant time is reported. A dainty
two course luncheon was served.
Ella Carpenter and little Howard
Hart came up from St. Joe Friday
for a couple of days visit with rela
tives and friends.
Carl Stewart had the misfortune to
have both bones in his left wrist
broken one day last week, while
hauling hay from the Hosford place.
The wagon was on a steep incline
i4- upset catching his wrist, breaking
The V. I. G. club gave a spoon
shower at the homo of Mrs. J. Shep
herd Saturday evening, for Miss An
na Malian, whose marriage to Garnett
Wilson will take place after Easter.
A dainty two course luncheon was
served. The out of town guests were
Miss Ella Carpenter of St. Joe and
Miss Thompson of Falls City.
Hope Ward came up from Mound
City Friday for a short, visit with
J. A. Hinkle and daughter, Mildred
visited with relatives at Fortescue on
John Inks of Salem visited with
Rulo relatives the first of the week.
Nellie Morris of Preston visited
friends in Rulo part of this week.
J. A. Robison was a Falls City vis
Katie Kanaly returned Saturday
from a visit with her sister in Kan
John Majerus and family are visit
ing relatives in this vicinity this
week. They are on their way from
Colorado to Illinois, where they have
purchased a farm.
Dan Ratekin was a Falls City visit
Floyd Long returned to his work
in Kansas Friday after a visit with
Blaine Anderson was a Kansas vis
Floyd True returned Monday from
a few days visit with friends at. Sa
Lillian Boerner returned to Tecum
seh Tuesday after a viist with home
Old people, tired, weak,
run down people, delicate
children, frail mothers, and
those recovering from severe
illness, this is a fact.
Thousands of genuine tes
timonials from reliable peo
ple prove this claim, and to
further support the fact and
prove our faith in what we
say, we unhesitatingly de
clare that any one who will
try a bottle of VINOL will
have their money returned
without question if they are
not satisfied that it did them
A. G. WANNER, DRUGGIST
Mrs. McClelan and two sons, Fred
and Ted left Thursday of last
week for Salt Lake City to make
their future home.
.). A. Osborne was a Falls City vis
itor Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Humphrey Edgeeomb spent
the past week in Stella where she
is receiving medical treatment.
John Lynda of Kansas City was a
business visitor in Rulo the past
Mrs. J. C. Robison was a St. Joe
shopper Thursday of last week.
Henry Majerus, wife and baby of
Kansas visited with relatives in Rulo
liert Anderson of Wymore was a
Rulo visitor Thursday.
Rev. .1. L. Pickett left Monday
for an extended trip through Mexico.
\V. W. Brown and family of Falls
City visited with relatives in Rulo
(lie first of the week.
Mrs. Charles Arnold of Kansas
was a Rulo visitor one day Inst
Republicans and democrats each
nominated a city ticket on Monday
o. e> Jug.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis were St
Joo visitors the last of the week.
V. e . Hinton of Falls City was a
Ki lo visitor Monday.
Lloyd Knisely and wife visited
in Falls City with the former's par
Mrs. A. Elshire was a guest of
Mrs. Wilson Schock in Falls City on
H. Beachey and wife entertained at
their home last Sunday Guy Lichty
and DeLos Spickler and their wives
and Misses Grace Finley and Lola
Misses Goldie and Myrtle Yocamb
and their friends were guests of
Mrs. N. Peck Sunday afternoon.
Ned Beechel went to his home
the latter part of the week after a
visit with relatives here.
Grandpa and Grandma Burk are im
proving from their siege of grip.
Bob Fitzgerald and family moved
last week to the Frances Shaffer
Lewis Hurt and wife entertained at
theirr home Sunday, Mrs. Harriett
Stump of Falls City, Earl Shaffer and
family and 1’. E. Shaffer and family.
Mrs. N. Peck and daughter and
Wanda Shaffer were visitors at the
home of Mrs. A. Elshire Sunday.
Martin Ndto and wife entertained
relatives at their home Sunday.
Margie and Theresa Kean are rre
covering slowly from the measles.
Mrs. Rowan and son Paul went to
their home in Aurora Friday.
Mrs. Ryan of Wymore came down
and spent a few days with Mrs. M.
Cummings the past week.
Vesta Lively visited her parents in
Falls City Saturday.
Blanche and Anna Armbrustcr vis
ited their sister. Mrs. .Ferry Kear.a
few days last week.
Claud Williamson is having a great
old siege of the measles. He is
able to sit up a little while at a
John Yates will leave soon for
Mr. Tibbee died at his home Sat
urday night. It was a sudden shock
Anna Klima, Bessie Bacon and
Grace Bacon were Falls City visitors
Rev. Vincent of Atchison took Rev.
Laughran’s place at St. Mary’s
church last Sunday and Rev. H.
Laughran went to Concordia, Kas.
Mary and Joe Miller and Melva M.
Eckard wore Falls City visitors on
Mike Ilyan has been very sick the
There were eight car loads of
Stock shipped out last Monday night.
They Ask Democrats to Hear Their
AGAiNST TARIFF REDUCTION
They Propose That Present Duty of
11 to 12 Cents Be Cut to Two
and Four Cents on Raw
Washington, Mar. 22.—President
Taft is finally convinced that the
Democratic leaders propose to carry
through the house their legislative
program ;«s outlined and is resigned.
This program provides for the pas
sage of a resolution for the popular
election of United States senators;
the new Mexico and Arizona state
hood constitutions in one bill; the
Canadian reciprocity pact and a re
vised wool schedule within one month
after the organization of the congress
for the special session. The presi
dent was desirous especially to aa
certain wnetnor the Democrats had
decided to make a condition for the
enactment of the Canadian pact the
passage of tho wool schedule. The
Democratic leaders would not discuss
this feature of their plans to tack the
wool schedule to the Canadian bill.
There is no disposition on tho part of
the Democrats to defeat the Canadian
pact and tho two propositions can bo
spparted in the senate and acted upon
separately by that body. Hut the
house will pass both bills in one.
Announcement of the Democratic
plans with reference to the tariff at
the approaching special session has
caused much comment here. There
is no attempt to controvert spoclllc
details of the revised wool schodule as
published. That there was to bo a
cut in the duties on wool and woolen
manufactures has been accepted gen
In the cut in the duties on the raw
wool from 11 and 12 cents u pound to
2 and i cents a pound is described as
revolutionary. It takes four pounds
of this wool to make a yard of cloth
and the cut on cloth per yard Is from
44 to 48 cents to 8 and 1G cents per
yard. Decision to cut other duties on
manufactures of wool to the differ
ence in cost of labor at home and
abroad will result in heavier cuts in
uresent duties. Chairman Under
wood has figured that the cost of la
bor on some of these manufactures Is
only 23 cents while the duties ruu
from 101 to 108 per cent on common
wool blankets. He has also figured
that tho present law raises tho Dlng
iey duty on certain classes ot woolen
manufacture’s about 23 per cent, while
the Dtngley law ran from 20 to (50
per cent above what the Democrats
bolieve is a fair revenue tux. The cuts
in those duties will bo from 43 to 83
Telegrams in large numbers came in
to Democratic members of the ways
and moans committee from wool men
throughout tho country asking to be
heard in protest against the Demo
cratic plan for cutting the wool sched
ule. Representatives of the woolen
interests here Importuned members of
the committee for information as to
the proposed extent of lhe cut in wool
rates.. The committee is giving out
no information. It will uso the evi
dence taken during the framing of
the Payne-Aldrich tariff law as tho
basis for tho new rate*) e:\ wools and
woo'n n manufactures.
THE TRIBUNE CIRCULATION CONTEST
The Contestant Who Has the Largest Number of
Votes at the Close of the Contest Will Be Award
ed a Six-Hundreci and Fifty Dollar Automobile
The Church, Lodge, School or Organization Hav
ing the Largest Number of Votes Will Be Award
ed a Three Hundred and Fifty Dollar Piano.
A Fifty Dollar Cold Watch and a Thirty Seven and a
Half Dollar Diamond Ring Will Be Awarded to the
Leaders of .the Different Districts.
CAPITAL PRIZE—RUNABOUT AUTOMOBILE
FOR THE CONTESTANT
Who Stands High st at the IHnd of the Contest
A $350.00 Piano to One of 1 hese
M. YV. A. Lodge, Verdon.282,750
Christian Sunday School class, No. 9.1 19,900
Maple Grove Church .118,500
DISTRICT NO. I
At Least One Gold Watch and One Diamond Ring
Will Go to This District
Helen Baldwin, Falls City .I39>75°
Charles Whitaker, Falls City.i 14,900
C. K. Holland, Falls City. 3^,95°
Ida Neitzel, Preston. 10,500
DISTRICT NO. 2
At LeastflOne Gold Watch and One Diamond Ring
Will Go to This District
Rev. A. Essley, Ohio. 90,500
W. M. Tyner, Salem. 51,700
DISTRICT NO. 3
At Least One Gold Watch and One Diamond Ring
W ill Go to This District
C. C. Sailors Yerdon. I53>75°
Alice Price, I)a\vson.51 > 7°°
DISTRICT NO. 4
At Least One Gold Watch and One Diarnod’Ringj
W ill Go to This District
11. E. Wittwer, Nemaha.>^(>. • 5°
Claude M. Linn Jr., Humboldt.54,000
J. O. Shroyer, Humboldt.^,350
KANSAS WOMEN WILL ORGANIZE
On May 18 the Equal Suffrage Asso
ciation Will Hold a Meeting
Topeka, Mar, 22.—Mrs. C. B. Huff
man of Enterprise, president of the
Kansas Equal Suffrage association,
has called a special meeting of the
society for May IS in Topeka to fill
aut the roster of officers and make
plans for the suffrage campaign.
It is the purpose of the association
to form public organizations in the
counties of the state. This will re
quire that there bo a pn sident elected
for each of the congressional districtc
and for each of the counties, making
130 presidents in all.
MEXICANS REFUGEES STARVING j
Many Women and Children Among a
Party That Fled to Hills This
Side of Line.
Tecate, Mex., Mar. 22.—Nearly 150
mm, women and children, Mexican
refugees, are starving in rude shelters
in the hills north of this place on tho
American side of the boundary. They
tied from Tecate upon the approach of
rebels two weeks ago and have been
living under trees, wagon covers and
improvised tents ever since.
Moro than half are women and chil
dren and there is no food to be had.
The only supply store is operated by
an American at Tecate. The district
is so remote that it will be some days
before supplies can reach tho rofuges.
Tiie necessity for relief has been re
ported to United States army officers.
To the Contestant who
gets the most Yearly Sub
scriptions for the DAILY
TRIBUNE before 6 p. m.
Saturday, MARCH 25th will
be given a Victor Phonograph.
One two-year’s subscription
counts the same as two one
The Contest Dept.
Falls City Tribune
The Daily Tribune delivered in
Falls City—6c per week
Try Climax Chick Feed for
“Best Feed on Earth”
The farmers should feed their
Hogs More Tankage
Oil Meal Barrel Salt Sack Salt
Rock Salt, also
GOLD COIN FLOUR
Call on Us for
Pratt’s and Prussian Stock Food
For all kinds of Stock
You can also get DIP for your
FIOGS, something that every Far
mer needs. We can supply you
when in need of Wood or Coal
also Gasoline or Kerosene. Call
on us for Feed, Baled Hay, Straw
C. A. Heck
So it is, but no one would ever
dream it was. It’s natural as life
and that’s the secret of our suc
Perfect False Teeth
are supplied by us and we supply
none others. They restore to your
mouth its former shape and aro so
carefully fitted that you soon forrget
they’re not the natural ones. In
dentistry our workmanship stands un
excelled while charges we make are
Dr Yutzy, Dr. C. H. Heffner, Falls City, Nebraska
P. D. Gushard 8c Co.
Dealers in New and Second-hand Goods of All
f Kinds. All kinds of Furniture Repairing done.
Some bargains in Sewing Machines. Mr. Gush
ard has had 40 years experience in Brick, Stone, Ce
ment and Carpenter Work and will furnish estimates
for either of these lines. LOCATION—3 doors west
of of Whitaker Bros.’s office. Give me a call.
18th Street between Stone and Chase Sts.
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