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The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, June 17, 1904, Image 18

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II Correspondence :
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. : ' , - : ' cws of the County as Told by
I Our Special Correspondents
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, ' , " : . . . . . . . . . . John Hill is. in Iloldrege this
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: : . ' P. O. Avery and wife went to
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b' : : , < " , " . Art Gerg-ens and wife of Au-
\ : ; burn spent Sunday with relatives
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.i. . , A baby was born to Todd
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, Drake and wife
: ! ' on 1\londay but
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' it Jived only a short timc.
- : - : , . Mrs. Caroline White i came down
f\ \ - from Lincoln Sunday to visit her
t parents Ihing west of town.
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f Myrtle Tinker arrived here
last week from Bern , Kansas and
has taken a posItIon with the
t ; local telephone company. 1
' " , .T. 1i . Walsh was arrested and
kt t finec1 $1 and cost for assault up-
on Joe Carsh , a lad from the country -
try whom the former accused of
unbecoming conduct.
e , 1. L. Sterns and wife and Elsie
' Davis rind Grace Jones departed
Sunday morning for St. Louis to
l 1 { . spend two or three , weeks at the
e exposition.
. . AU concerned are proud and
happy over the arrival of a fine
, baby boy at the home of Ray Gist
and wife on Thursday. Judge
. : trucker wears the title of Grand
' pa with becoming dignity.
' . The ladies club
young was cn-
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tcrtaincd on Tuesday aftcrnoon
1 . ' by Clara Garvcr and ; Georgia
Gandy at the home of the former
A. literary program was give n
and delicious refreshments served
Hulda Osterhohn arrived in the
city Sunday : from Esscx , Iowa
and expects to spend most of the
summer here at thc home of her
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_ sister , in the hope of benefiting
her health.
While coming to town with a
1 . load of hay one day rcccntly the
load was upset and Todd Drake
and Will Usher were thrown in et
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the ditch by the roadside. Fortunately -
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tunately both escaped with but a
: few bruiscs.
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- . . Ernest Shurtleff , a young
, , farmer was kicked in the face by
- an unruly horse and very badly
injured on ontIay. Dr. Morris i
u f was called and was compelled to
j , take a number of stitches to close
the wounds , and at best the pa-
' I ticnt's face will be badly eIisfigur-
cel.
Marshal Todd took a hand
Sunday in a scrap between John
Sheidcgger and young traveling
s agent who is making this terri
j tory doing some special work in i
enlarging pictures. The controversy -
versy arose over the return of the
original picture used in the work ,
and in the mixup several blows :
were struck. 4
Albert Tanner has the measles.
F. W.
Samuclson was up fr0111
Falls City Sunday.
A baby boy was born last weck
to Tom Smith and wife.
Wayne Coons and A. D. Sar-
gent have gone to Lincoln to at-
tend summer schools.
Mrs. Decker of the Central ho-
tel is entertaining her mother ,
Mrs. Mitchum who arrived last
week from Kansas City.
Nick Beutler was released for
want of evidence at his hearing
last week in Table Rock upon
the charge of boot-legging.
Ambrose Buerstetta and wife
and Otis Unkefer and wife are
tenting this week over on South
Fork and having a good time
generally.
Ed. Hughes was able to get
up town Tuesday with thc aid of
crutches , after being confined tc
his room for over seven week
with a broken limb.
Geo. W. Butterfle1d and son
of this city have recently made a
deal for putting in a new elevator -
tor at Table Rock , and expect
to begin work on the erection of
the same in the near future.
Shubert .
Prof. Carr and wife are visiting
his mother near Julian.
Frank ntitchell of Bancroft ,
Neb. , is visiting relatives here.
Chas. Smile } ' and family visit
ed relatives at Ncmaha Sunday
Gco. Randall and wife of Stclla
visited friends at this place Sun
day.
Henry Leslie and Alcxander
1\lcGechie visited in crdon anon
day.
Joe Henderson and family visit
ed relatives near Prairie Union
Sunday.
Thc Childrcn's day exercises in
the 1\ [ . E. church were well at-
tended.
Quite a number of our young
people attended the ball game at
Barada Sunda ) ' .
Mrs. G. Goolsbcy and children
of Verdon are visiting her sister ,
Mrs. Hardy Hays.
A very interesting program is
being , prepared for Children's day
at the Christian church , which
will be held thc 19th.
Preston.
H. P. Reiger and family went
to St. Joseph 'l'hursday.
Will Pyle left Saturday for
Bcatrice.
Edgar Thacker , son of Levi ,
of LosAngclcs , CaL , is here on a
short , visit
Joe MCMahon and Frank : Kan-
aly gave a dance in the old school
house in Dist. 98 Thursday night.
A large crowd was present. Thc
music was furnish by the Troy
orchestra.
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WELL PLEASED
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When customers are pleased it is the
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best advertisement-ask .
- about us.and
you will find out. Wall Paper is our
Specialty. We also carry Paints ,
Oils , Etc.
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White's Wall Paper Store.
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Falls City , Nebraska.
; Judge Scott and daughter of
l Falls ] ) City were in town Friday.
. Gco. Ncitel : : and Maurice Mc-
: Mahon went to Reserve Tuesday
nigh
Gladys Neitel : : and Anna Bush
went , to RUle Sunday , returning
Monday.
W. A. Margrave shipped two
carloads of cattle to Kansas City
Monday.
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Quite a few from here attended
the ice-crcam social at Reserve
Saturday night. .
Our school board was kept busy
last wcek. About fifteen teachers -
ers were to see them.
Our baIl team crossed bats with
Padonia Sunday , the gamy result-
ing 3 to 4 in favor of the formcr.
Padonia will play here the 26th.
The new post office building is
nearly completcd. O. H. Bush
and Joseph Neitzcl are the build-
ers.
Verdon.
Dr. Taylor drove to Salem
Thursday.
1. W. Harris of Stella was in
town nronda ) ' . ,
Mrs. Zook and Crouch went to
Humboldt 1'ucsday.
Newt Cox of Dawson was on
our streets Thursday
May Johnson came up from
Falls City and spent Sunday with
her paren ts. .
N. B. Judd of Dawson was in
town the first of the week look-
ing after busincss.
A large ; number from all over
the county attended the meeting
of the Richardson County Insur-
ance Co. held here 'Ionday.
Prot. . Watson of Salem has been
hired as principal of our schools
for the ensuing year and Alpha
Roberts of Dawson was given
the Grammar room
Ed. Frauenfeltder visited . his 1
mother at SL Joseph last week.
L. A. Kinsey add wife were in
Stella Sunday the guest of \Vm. \
Stringfield.
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Mrs. Taylor Johnson and little i '
grand daughter went to J Iorri1l J
to visit at the home of Join Rac-
buck.
Mrs. Cono\'cr received a telegram -
gram Saturday that her daugh-
tcr , Nellie Weaver reached Cald-
well , Idaho in safety.
Lillie V. Walker who has ' , een
visiting here the past week left
for Kansas City last Tuesday ,
she was acc9mpanied by Mrs. A.
B. Foutch for a , few days visit in
the city. Lillie V. with her j
mother will soon return to their '
home in Caldwell , Iddho.
Jerome ' fronL
'Viltse came down
Humboldt , packed the goods he
rcccntly purchased of his brother
and shipped them to South Dakota -
ta , where he will open a store
Judge Smith of Humboldt wilt
conduct the business for him.
Ohio Precinct.
Floyd Firebaugh of Falls City
spent . the week with 'Vm. Hutch-
Ison.
Oscar Maddox and ; fancily of
Falls City visited at , ' Conrad
Brecht's Sunday.
A. E. Kinsely drove up- from ! . . . . . . . . . .
Hamlin , Kan. , Sunday and visited -
cd with thc folks at home : '
: Mrs. James Gilmore , who ' . has
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been ill for some time , is reported - ,
not much improved.
WI11. Ricshich went to Mar-
ville 1\ro. Tuesday to attend it ;
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cattle sale on 'Yedncsda
G. W. Peck and wife spent a
few days last week with their '
daughter , Mrs. C. P. Shaffer. (
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Mrs. J. W. Maust of Straus-
viIle enjoyed a visit from her .
father , Samuel Smith of Waterloo -
lee , Iowa , last wcek.

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