The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, April 14, 1911, Image 6
LOCALHAPPENINGS FROM FRIDAY'S DAILY \itcrt Ernst was in town shopping yeetetday John Fritz was a business visitor in this city yesterday. Mrs. T. J. (list returned from SI Joseph last night. J. C. Price of Lincoln was a busi ness visitor here yesterday. Chas. Hush came up from Atchison to visit with friends in tills city last night. Mrs. Sam Prater lias been serious ly 111 the past few days and at present, is much worse, Mr. Statlcr, traveling salesman for the Hammon Packing Co. of St. Joe returned to that place this morning. Dr. Wagner and daughter of Hum boldt were in the city visiting rela tives and friends yesterday. The work of putting in the con crete foundation for the first block of paving is progressing rapidly. Several low places in tho streets end uneven front yards have been filled in and leveled up recently to the advantage of the traveling public und the improvement of the city. Herman Fritz was a Falls City visitor yesterday on matters of business. Miss Helen Martin and Mrs. W. T. Fenton expect to go to Kansas City tonight to take part in the Carl Huscli Cantata. “Tho Amercan Flag.” Miss Ethel Parehen will go to Kansas City tonight to take part in Carl Huseh cantata. James Jaquet will go to Kansas City tonight to take part in tlie Carl Huseh Cantata given in Convention hall Saturday ntght. Miss Agnes Me Klever was forced to stay away from the store this morning on account of a severo cold, that has settled in her eyes. Gus Ituegge ami his mother are both very ill at their home in the northeast part of town. The lumber dealers are kept bust ling these days supplying tho gang of carpenters into tlie necessary raa terlal for their work. Mr. Crawford has been seriously 111 for the past couple of days. lie is a sufferer of heart trouble and tlia past few days lie has had two very bad attacks. Harry .1. Pittoek goes to Kansas City tonight to take part in tlio Can tata of Carl Huseh given in conven tion hall in that city Saturday night. While there lie will he the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. East. On his icturn he will slop over itl. SI. Joe and visit witli old college friends over Sunday. Rapt Wood is doing everything In ills power to make this number of tlie School entertainment course a success, in both a financial and entertaining way. lie in never tiring in his work for school and the cause of education. Let every one turn out. and attend this entertain ment. Totten is a hummer. See him at tlie Gehling Saturday night. Simanton and Pence's fresh new lettuce looks appetizing. A sample will convince any one that it is good If Falls City does not get a good Job of paving it will not in* tlie fault of those who have charge of the contract. Mr. Hargrave has done some tree planting that is worth taking time to look at. Not a great amount of work and not verp expensive, but it adds greatly to tlie appearance of his corner. Mrs. Clarence Peabody of St. Joe and Mrs. G. V. Stumbo and daugh ter, Jennie l’earl, of Lincoln are staying with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prater, during the serious ill i'ors of their mother. It each property owner would tak a little time and pains at this time to plant a few trees and giado up Ms front yard, etc., it would add much to the appearance of the new l ulls City. Let everyone do his stunt and we will have no occasion to lament our action. A birthday party for little Neal Giannini in honor of his fifth birthday will be given this faternoon at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. M. Giannini. Many little friends are invited for four o'clock. Miss Daisy Nerrleback of Peru is in the city today. Sheris to act as one of the judges in the county dr. ilamatory contest tonight at the court house. Mr. Walter Keichel, Supt. of tho city schools at Tecumseh, is here to night as a judge of the declamatory contest. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neihmen and little daughter of Dawson were in the city yesterday doing some trad ing. It- P. Noble of St. Joe was in the city yesterday looking after mat ters of business. Gus Duerfeldt of Darada was in the city yesterday looking after business. J. A. Gould and wife of Cannon City, Colo , ar- in ,he cjty visiting with friends C. . Mason of St. Joe was in the r jty yesterday < tihing on file business men. II I). Hi'lchen of Hustings Is in! tlic city on matters of business. I,, it, Cornell of Verdon is in the city again today looking after busi ness matters, A. L. Klein of St. .loo was in the city yesterday looking after business matters. Fred Cleveland came down from Nebraska City today. F. W. Heineman of Verdon was in town yesterday visiting his brother, Charles Heineman. Miss Ida M. Fowler of Verdon was shopping here yesterday. Itertha Huerfeldt of iiarada is in the city today looking after matters of shopping. .Miss Marie Itiggs of Shubert is in town today. From Saturday’s Daily. I). II. Weber of Slmbert was in I own last night. .Mrs. Robinson of litilo was in I he eity last night. \\\ W. Whitfield of Auburn mis a Kails City visitor last night Ragsh ('nett of Slmbert was a Kalis City visitor from Slmbert. R. Dennis of Verdon attended the Declamatory contest Iasi night. Frank Snetlicn of Humboldt was iii town yesterday on busi ness. •I. Harrington and wife of Lin coln are business visitors in our city, d. <Higgins of Shubert and FIiiut i I uni attended the Declam atory contest at the court house last night. Miss’ Maude Fierce and Miss Nelle Harper of Slmhert attend ed the Declamatory contest last night. Walter Voarli and u ife of Ver don attended the show at the (deli ling tlumten* last night. F, W. Rockwell of Verdon was down last night drawn here by the different attractions. .Messrs, Miller and McDougul of Salem were Falls (*ity visitors last night. C. 1. Stocking came up from Hi nwallia last night to attend the show at 1 hc> Holding. S. M. Rohcdoux came up from Rub. Ias| night In attend the show. Frank Bacon and Lee Draper came down from Dawson last night to attend some of the at t raot ions. d. L. Mendenhall of Beatrice was in the city yesterday doing business and \isiting tlie* I. O. O. F. Lodge last night. The Flics met in regular-session last night and officers were* in stalled for the ensuing year. Mr. and Mps. John Ayors of ' erdon came down in their mo tor car last night, to attend the show, “Barriers Burned Away” Frank Draper, Clinton Chism. Bee Bacon, John Draper and D. 'tamel of Dawson attended the nlav at the Gelding last night. Bertlui and Grace Bacon, An na Klima, Gladys Baser, Art Dra per, Miss Lively, Prof. Hendricks Walter Boring, Homer Auxier, Fanny Bacon and Elm a Barlow came do\yu from awson yesterday to attend the contest at the court house. Among the Dawson people in town last, night to attend the T. O.O. F. lodge meeting were: Andrew Sippley, Geo. Smith, August I'ttermohlen, Chas. Coop er. Dr. Fonts, Ed Stinninger. L. Kinsey, 'Perry Kemist, Max W. George, J. Pellein, Chas. Schnu ttee, Joe and James Banning, J. Ballard, Ellis Baffler, E. J. Derrier, Don O’Grady, Ambrose Tielien. From present indications, pay ' I ing will be put in as far south as flu; Christian church, and pos sibly further. The energetic man ner in which the work is being done and the constant extending of the paving district is a mut ter for hearty congratulation. Jt •s not an idle dream that within the next few years, Falls City will have pressing need of a street ear system. The rapid growth of the city will surprise many, or we are greatly mistak en. In an article in Thursday’s Tribune a remark was made from which it might be inferred that JYof. 15. K. Hurst, was chief ly instrumental for the success of the High School Entertainment course, instead of Supt. Wood, who organized the work and carried it through. I’rof. Burst wishes to explain that, he takes no particular credit, to himself fo I ho success of this undertaking and that the article was wrong in not giving the credit to Supt. Wood instead of himself. The clothing department of the ('leveland-IIughes store is being rapidly put in shape for their stock of up-to-date gar ments for ladies and gentlemen. When the work is completed, they will have an attractive and roomy store building. Ora Wittwer from Ihc south west end of the county brought Miss Bessie Owinn and Mrs. If. 10. Wittwer to town last night to see the piny “Barriers Burned Away. ’ ’ An auto loud of young people wore down from Stella last night to attend the Declamatory cont est, among them were, It. A. Mon-' ette, B. Steadman, Miss Opal Monette and Mrs. Montgomery, Lee Martin, T. V. Truman and : C. S. Kink, A. D. Dort, O. 1*. Lowry arjd Ed D. Smitt of Paw nee City attended the Falls City 1. O. O. F. Lodge last night. F. Ileineman of Verdon was a visitor in our city yesterday. Herman Zoellcrs, one of our substantial farmers, residing on Route 5, was in town yesterday on business and made this office a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wilson will leave today for the Pacific coast on account of Mr. Wilson’s poor health. The Misses Cecil Youngman. Tillie ltist and Hattie Holland of Humboldt will lie the house guest of Miss May mo Palmer over Sun day. Rudy Beer and wife of Sal err was in the oily last night to see the Odd Fellows pull off their stunt. Christ Beer and family came lown from Rock Creek last night <o attend the Odd Fellow’s meet ing. E. E. Ewing brought down an auto load from Verdon to attend the declamatory contest last evening. Floyd Chambers from south of Salem was in town to attend the lodge meeting. John Baum of Arago was a bus inoss visitor at the court house Friday afternoon. Mrs. Hal AV. Sowles and baby eamo up from St. Joe yesterday afternoon to visit with T). W. Sowles and wife. Afr. Sowles will arrive this afternoon for a visit to his parents. FROM MONDAY’S DAILY Frank Alosier spent Sunday in Omaha with his wife. Rudy J. Alarmet and family of Sabetha spent Sunday in town with friends. Air. AVebster, cashier of a hank a Alonroe, Neb., visited at th<' Presbyterian church Sunday. Frank Long of ATerdon was in the city yesterday visiting with friends. Hhving Herbert of Hiawatha wa! a Sunday caller here yesterday. AI Scoffield was called to Lin coln Saturday night to quiet a new baby boy. Papa Scof field will have to treat the boys on his return. Mrs. and Miss Stewart of lie sere were shopping here Satur day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tubach were in town Saturday doing their weekly trading. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers were in the eity Saturday after noon trading. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bickel of near Morrill were Falls City shop pers Saturday afternoon. Fred Kreuger was in from Straussville Saturday looking af ter b j si ness matters. Mrs. Sturdeant went to Kansas City this morning to purchase <o*ne Faster millinery. W. T. Branscum just finished : moving Ben Poteets house from across Muddy three miles north, to town. i Miss Minnie (laede came up i i oin Hulo last night, where she spent Sunday. Mrs. Jesse Watson spent Sun day with l<r parents near Re serve. Mrs. Lcssel returns to her home in Omaha today after a short visif here with her husband. The Les f-els expect to locate as soon as tliey can get a house. Mrs. George Prater and daugh ter, Miss Chloe, spent Sunday in Kulo with Mrs. Prater’s mother. lloscoe Ray who has been work ing for some time at Burlington, Iowa returned to Falls City last night where lie will probably stay for some time. : Mrs. Fenton, Mrs. Fergus and Misses Una Snidow, Helen Mar tin and Ethel Parchen returned from Kansas City Sunday after noon where they took part in the i Carl Busch cantata Saturday ev ening. Mr*. Will Cook and grand daughter, Helen Riley of Nebras ka City, went to Stella today af ter m visit with friends and rela tives for a few days. Harry Pittoek returned from St Joe Sunday night where he spent the day on his return from Kan sas City with college friends. Janies Jacpiet and Roy Woods returned from Kansas City Sun day night, where they went to take part in the Carl Busch can tata. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Banks and daughter, Miss Lillian came u|> from Kansas City last night where they went Friday to take part in the eanata “The America Flag,” by Carl Busch Saturday night. Mrs. Nortdorf leaves today for Oskaloosa to make her future home. Her daughter, Miss Lena, wid remain a while longer. Ruth Sehock spent Sunday at home. W. W. Whitfield of Auburn was in town visiting with friends over Sunday. F. S. Dilly of Omaha was a Sun day visitor in Falls City. J. C. Brown came up from Hiawatha to spend Sunday. F. S. Cleveland and wife and F. W. Cleveland and wife and Miss Nettie Cleveland drove their new ear down from Omaha yes terday to Falls City, returning to Nebraska City last niglit. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Sowles and baby returned to St. Joe last night after a short visit, lu re with Mr. and Mrs. 1>. W. Sowles. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY Mrs. A. Goolsby of Venlon was in town yesterday. The order of tbe Eastern Star meets in regular session this even ing. Mrs. Mary Pickett left for Boise, Idaho yesterday afternoon! where she will make her future borne. » Stephen Miles and Lesley L. Leeds went 1o St. doe yesterday to look after business affairs. Mrs. Sturdevant returned last night from Kansas City where she ■went to buy Easter millinery. Miss Nellie .Met'ray returned to her home in Baker City yes terday. where she is keeping house for her brother. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lynch of Salem were in town yesterday do-, ing some trading. -I. E. Long, representing Cur rent Literature, is in town for a lew days, soliciting orders for that magazine in connection with several volumes of choice fiction, j Miss Ethel Hershcy returned, last night from Kansas City: where she has been visiting her! aunt for a short time. A. N. Scott of Grand Island is in the city on business. I A new steel ceiling is being put up in the Wahl store. Hayden Prater and wife of Beatrice are in the city visiting I their mother, Mrs. Sam Prater, |who is very ill. They arriveed th morning. L. C. Roberts was a St. Joe visitor here yesterday. J. AT. Dye of St. Joe came to this city on business yesterday. D. («. R. Taylor of Hebron ar rived hit nigsht to attend the Presbytery. II. E. Williams of Shubert was in the city yesterday looking af ter business affairs. Y. L. Gade of Plattsmouth ar rived today to attend the Presby tery meeting. B. E. Seavcr is going to make another call on Palis City busi ness men tomorrow. R. E. Jones came down from Lincoln last night to attend to business in this city. L. II. Dillie is up from Atchi son looking after business for the M. P. Charlie Marion, Supt. Oliver and Hank Shaw went visiting tlii afternoon after a big carp. FROM WEDNESDAY'S DAILY Herman Fritz was in town yes terday doing some trading. Sheriff Fenton drove to the country on business this morn ing. Mrs. Hunker of Barada was in the city doing some shopping. Fred Eberhardt of Ohio pre cinct was in town yesterday to look after business. Mr. and Mrs. T. O’Hern are guests of Mrs. () Hern’s sister. Mrs. James Sinclair near Rulo. Judge Gagnon will hear claims in the estate of L. T. Miller to morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Daeschne of Preston were in the city yes-i terday doing some shopping and visiting friends. Mrs. Bert Parish of Salem was the guest of friends in town on Tuesday. She also did some trad ing. Ward Knight took a picture of the men who are attending the Presbytery. The pictures are good and everyone is well pleas ed. C. R. Chandler of Hiawatha was in the city yesterday looking af ter business affairs and calling on old friends. ! he W. R. C. held a very en joyable kensington at the G. A. R. hall yesterday afternoon. A large crowd was in attendance, and at five o'clock a nice sup per was served. Mrs. Bert MeCool and daughter; of Salem were in the city shop ping Tuesday. They were also guests of R. R. Rule and family. Last evening, Mr. Baker,whose home is in Washington state, and who represents the Home Mis sionary Board of the Christian church, gave an address in the Christian church here. A fairly good audience was present to en joy his address and they report it a very inspiring and helpful one. Some of the members of the Young Men's Quartette were out serenading last night in the north part of town. This time their music was appreciated and they received several encores. Will Tveim arrived in Falls City Monday night and is enjoying a visit with his family, brother and sisters. W. B. Alexander of Lawson was in the city this morning and paid a visit to the office of the 1 county treasurer, where he paid his taxes. Miss Xenia Gladwell, who is attending High School, was taken to her home south of this city .yesterday. She has a genuine case of the measles. L. M. Weddle of Shubert was in town yesterday looking after business and shaking hands with old friends. Dr. Kearns and Dr. Long who have been attending Presbytery returned to their home at Lin coln last night. A1 Restorer shipped his goods joday to Faith, South Dakota. Airs. Restorer and Helen will fol low in about two weeks. Dr. Leon 1). Young returned to Beatrice last night after attend ing the session of Presbytery in this city. Dr. Sexton returned to Lin coln last night. He has been at tending Presbytery here. G. AY Hughes came down from Omaha last night to attend to business in this city. AY. F. Kerdoff of Kansas City is in town to^lay looking after business interests. Judge Kelly of Dawson is in the city today looking after busi ness affairs. Rev. Gadc left for Plattsmouth last night after a short stay in this city. P. II. Pausteau and wife of At chison are Falls City visitors to day. Mrs. D. C. Snnmone of Salem was in town yesterday shopping. Miss Anna Ilaunks of Rulo was shoping in Falls City today. Rev. Cardy returneed to his home in Humboldt this afternoon. A. O. Burkett of Beatrice is a business visitor here today. R. E. Frey of Omaha is looking after business here today. S. S. Hayman of Grand Island was a Falls City today. Mrs. Robert Kanaly was up from Rulo today. C. C. Brant came down from Omaha today. DEPARTMENT CALLED OUT There were two fire alarms .turned in from R. A. Dittmar’s residence Tuesday afternoon. The first time the firemen wnet out they found smoke issuing trot the walls of the house but were unable to find any other traces of fire. An hour later, the fire alarm was turned in again and the fire company appeared on the scene. 1'his time a thorough investigation was made. It was thought that perhaps some pine boards and other trash which had been put in the kitchen stove to he burned had made a smudge and the chimney not working well, the smoke had blown back down and out through the fire place and wells as will sometimes happen if the walls are cold. A large crowd was present and the excitement ran high for some time. LEGAL NOTICES Legal Notice In the Richardson County District Court, State of Nebraska. In Re Ruth Z. Oppenheimar, To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that Ruth Z. Qppenhcimer, an unmarried fe male of full lawful age, did on the 2Sth day of March If* 11, file her peti tion in the district court of Richard son County, State of Nebraska, the object and prayer of which is to obtain an order and decree of said court, changing her name from Ruth Z. Oppcnheimer, to that of Ruth Reavis, for the following reasons: 1. Because the name she now bears is one eonfered upon her Uy adoption, and is not her baptismal name. 2. Because said name is Jewish, or is so understood, and that she has no blood of that race in her veins, and does not want to be known by it. 3. Because she desires to be known by the name of her guardians, who have been such for I he last ten years. Dated March 2S, l!Ut. J. R. WILHITE, Attorney for Petitioner First pub March 31-5 times.