# 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 ,
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--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
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, , 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
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, . , : . 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'
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: . . . " " . , 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
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.
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-
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
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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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' 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 :
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. 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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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
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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