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The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, January 08, 1904, Image 9

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, January 8 , 19o . T l l-I1 ( FALLS CITY l TRIBUNE'r \ '
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In Social Circles
s : Y . and in the Lodges
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1'hc Arions held forth at thc
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t' ' ) ' ' " German hall on New Y can ; eve
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and thc event t proved to bc one of
their characteristically plcasant ;
d sutces.
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, - The Presbyterian Ladies Ken-
sington i society met : Cliursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
David Da , 'ics. A very pleasant
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and profitable meeting was hcld.
\11'8. : ' 1L. . Hum1llclrcich cn-
, tcrtaincd \Vcdncsday evening
in honor of Miss Sue Cain. 'l'hcrc
were a number of guests present
and thc evening was made very
pleasant by thc general hospital-
ity of thc hostess. ,
Upon invitation of \Vil1 ' and
- Ralph Jenne a number of young
people danced the old year ! out
- and thc new year in. 1'he-dancc
. ; r took place at the Jcnnc opera
house and was all in all , one of
the most cnjoyable functions that
went to make up thc social activity -
. . it" of thc New Year rcason.
, . The 1. O. R. 1\:1. : held installation -
tion of ollicers at their hall on
Monday : c'cning' Thc following . -
ing arc thc new officers ; C. M.
Bohrcr , sachem ; J. 1\-1. Jel1ison ,
,
--i ' t'senior sa amore ; Art ] Moss junior
sagamorc ; Fred Noah , prophet ;
Sam Scars , chief of records ; G.H.
1 , Fal1stcad , treasurer ; 1. L. Beau-
lieu , collector.
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Miss Ncttic Cleveland entertained -
. taincd a company of friends at a
,
, , watch night party on New Years
. cye. Dancing was the principal
form of entertainment and thc
young people enjoyed thc occa-
ion very much. By serving' i
, : : : : ' " r. . -r.-i"'t"Ifol d3int _ " fr ! . . .t\ . s . . : ! : II\MII" . tpss . . , . .
: _ , . " _ : - . aided yer : } ' much to thc. . pleas 1iC
: r' - " ' ; , ' of ' her gu\ sts. - S
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; $
: ' / ' " - " - - The Ai O. u. W. lnd Dcgr'
, h J.'r fM1. . . > qf Honor ihe1d joint installatio
r , " ' . : : < .at the ha41 l on Thursday evenin
\ . . . . . , . r - . After the + instal1atiQn supper W'
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" = ; ; : , : . / ' - " served ! the following . , Verde
' " ' . . " ' ' : people ] were . visitors on that oc
" . , ' . - : casi . ' Dr. and Irs. Bourne
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, . ' ' ' ! , . ' ' . . L. . A. Ei1nscy rand wife , C. Hcin
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, : . : , : 'f I Veach : Mrs. M. A Veach an (1 ,
. ' , . " : , - t' , , 1\Ir " TT. E. Gibson. > '
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: ' t11at 1904
: tI'lf
, . , : . Tl fact that 1904 is leap yea
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. : , has found cognition at the
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, . : r . 'har.ls , : of the ) OUi1g ladies of
. ' . . ' _ . ' ' . - , J1'als City and this recognition
" " , ' . . 'l ' . . . . / ' r ' W"l 1M given expression b" . i leap l
. I' . . . . : " : ; ' ; ff < < .1. : , year ball which took place at the
! " : , ; r ' . : . " - N tional hotel on Saturday even
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. . . : ' . , : , E ; " ' if ig. It was by far the most prc4 1 ,
' , . . . . : : . „ , tcntious dancing function of thcl
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. . / . ; ' . ; . , . yseason ) and was attended by about
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: thirty Harnacks'
. . , couples. or
: . . . " " . , qhcstra I furnished thc music Th
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- young men who wep ; honored t
" - with invitations . were profuse jn
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their expressions of the pleasure
which the young ladies had afforded -
forded them. Punch and wafers
were served during the evening .
1\Irs. 1. C. 1\laust planned a very
pleasant surprise for her brother ,
Joe Norris who is a guest at her
home and the plans were carried
into effect on Tuesday evcning.
About twenty friends were pres-
cnt and they spent the evening
playing flinch , panic and other
games. D a i n t y refreshments
were served and the evening was
one of much pleasure.
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Henry Sanford , Fred Noah and
Charles l\lcCrcary ire responsible -
hlc for a more than pleasant
social dance given at Hyans hall
on New Years cvc. The floor
was filled with merry dancers and
they continued to enjoy themselves -
selves until long after thc old
year had given place to the new.
The Royal . Highlanders met on
Tuesday evening for the first
time in the new hall in thc \VahI
building- At this meeting joint
installatson was held , the follow-
ing officers were instal1cd. Gco.
H. 11'allstead , 1. P. ; Dr. C. H.
Hush , C. C. j lrs. V. E. Jones ,
\V. E. ; Hobt. F. ' 1' . Prussc , treasurer -
urcrV. ; . K. Knight , secretary ;
l + red Brccht , manager ; Nellie
Downs , warden ; 1\In Charles
Loree , sentry. After thc instal-
lation , refreshments were scrycd.
The members of thc Modern
ooehncn of America and their
families celebrated the twcnty-
first anniversary of thc founding
of thc order at thc lodge rooms
on Tuesday evening . The attendance -
tcndance was very large and the
feature { of the evening was the
rendition 1 of a very excellent pro-
, mm. The principal address
was : by Rc , ' . Elmer Ward Cole
; . , was listened to with rapt attention -
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tention . The musIc was under 1
itldirection of Dr. Rush and
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'formed ' a marked source of cnj' 0\-
t'ment for those who were prescnt.
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There were also a number of rcc-
'Ut'tions ' which were very clevcr.
' 'L'ie ' ' program was rendered in the
.1 . ' O. 'V. hall , the use of which
Hail been secured for this occasion
a" ( l at its conclusion those prcs-
-e , - nt adjourn to the 1\Iodcrn
_ Woodman hall adjoining and then
partook of thc elaborate rcfrcsh-
. mnts provided for thc occasion.
rOn . r this anniversary thc local
± lodge of thc Modern Woodmen of
; America finds itself in excellent
. . .
CCOfllition. It has one hundred
and ' twent-six members ; it owns'
: mc of debt one of the finest
' . lg'e rooms in thc city and it has
no outstanding indebtedness
w atcycr. Its members arc all
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4ay _ _ _ i * t14L .1
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' SPECIAL SALE 'I/ ,
ON . pc J
I Saturday , January 9th 4
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. Monday , January 11th. . _ .Yj ,
TWO DAYS ONLY. . ! . ; : :
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During this sale wc will wive onc-fourth off on
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I : al1 Class \Tare and Queensware We have.a . lnagnl- :
p ficent line to select from and with this magni-I " 1
25 per cent from our already low prices , this sale is ' .
F one of special 1ndllCliiellt ' ; ,
4 In our g-rocery line , which by the wa ) ' is better . . ; ; ,
! j than ever , w.e will make luring this special sale the . ! S
I following prIces. : : : : : : : : , , '
l 21 Ibs. Granulated Sugar. . . . . $1.00 I -j
lt ; cans Tomatoes . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00 1 :
r
. 12 cans Corn. . . . . .r. . . . .r. . . . . 1.00 ! l\ \ '
! , 12 cans Pumpkins . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00 , w : :
12 cans Peas. . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . . . . 1.00 . t . ,
1 gal can Pure Maple Syrup. " . 1.10 ' \
24 Ibs Navy Beans ' , ' . . . . . . . . . . 1.00 R I 7 . .
8 bars Lenox Soap . . . . . . . . . . . .25 . . i 1J
fl 8 bars Diamond C Soap . . . . . . . .25
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M . c linc"I
: \Ve handle everything in' thc g-rocery line
, . and our goods are fresh and pure : : : : " " ; ;
GEO . DIETSCH . J
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. Phone 141 : : Falls City , Nebraska j
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enthusiastic and the future of the
order in this city is very bright
indccd.
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Ncmaha Vally Lodge No. 36 I.
O. O. Ji' and Elizabeth Rcbckah
lodge kept open house on New
Years day. The shades were
closely drawn and the interior of
thc hall . . was lighted hy many
pink ' candle that shone forth
from thc smilax which was used
in the decorative schcme. Cut
flowers was also used with pleasing -
ing' and artistic effect Misses :
Dot Scott and Bessie Davis served -
cd chocolate and wafers and 1\lrs.
'Vm Uhlig- and Miss Zola Jones
served punch. Cigars were also
provided for thc gcntlcmcn. Music ' -
sic was furnished by Harncick's
orchestra. Many wre : the guests {
who called luring thc afternoon
and from two until five thc hall
was thc scene of picturesque ani-
mation.
In the evening thc mcmbcrs of
the two lodges reassembled at
thc hall and spent thc evening in
informally . social manncr. . . A
program was rendered consisting
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of music by Harnacks orchestra , - , \
a piano ; solo bo David Reavis , jr , , . , "s
a vocal solo hy Miss Anm : , ; Uor- . - , : :
rin ton , a recitation by Miss ,4 ;
Grace Miner : and a piano solo by : i
Miss Zola .Jones. Lunch was
then served , I after which those . . J 1
present enjoyed themselves by , ' : . .
in various - . ' ' '
participating games :
and , in { lancing- to the music of . ' 11 , . ' "
thc orchestra. ' : ;
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Wa.nted. , 'S
At Armours Poultry house one /j
block west of B. & I12. depot. All - - , . . . : . .
kind of raw furs , such as musk- , ;
rat , skunk" civet cat , raccoon , fox " ; '
wolf , otter , beaver , and badger
furs. Call and get our prices. '
P. H. Hermes , 1g'r.
Prof. G , . 1\1. Barret was in Oma-
ha last week having his type-
writing machines repaircd.
1\1rs. E. \\1. Cole returned from , _
a two weeks visit in Iowa 1'hurs- .a : ; j
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clay noon. L'
Frank Uhlig- sold his hardware \ , .
business in 1\11' 1\lcycr , of Hast- . - : '
ings 1\11' Meyer win .ta1w pos-
session at once.
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