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July 22 , lye THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
King's for best paint.
Dr. Miner : is in South Dakota.
P. 140 Volb" came up from S1.
Joe and agent Sunday in thiscity.
M. Giannini was on the sick
, list this week.
Mrs. Peter csterer is visiting
in Hydro , O. ' 1' .
i Mrs. Wilson Korner spent Sunday -
day in Ilia wathlt.
C. F. I Pal stead camc down from
Gco. Holland left on 'rucsday
for Garden City , Mo.
Earl North returned from Beat-
J. R. Cain carne down from
Stella \Vednesday aftcrnoon.
H. Shrauger of Stella was a
Falls City visitor 'rllUrsday.
B. F. Miles came down from
Dawson the first of the week.
A. C. Petty of Verdon was a
Falls City visitor "Wedncsday.
Alex 'l'iehen , jr. , and wife were
down from Dawson .1'liurslay. ,
\V. P. Ross of Tecumseh is vis-
iting with Sam Ross in this city.
Alex l\1il1nick arrived in Falls
City Wednesday to visit rela , ti yes.
H. C Raymond of Hiawatha
was in this city the first of the
Mr. Ramsey returned from
South Dakota Wednesday after-
I' Fred Cummings and Pearl Roberts -
erts of Shubert were in this city
Mrs. Nell \Villard and childrcil
of Reserve arc visiting with Mrs.
D. H. Sears.
Fred Cumming's and Pearl
Roberts of Shubert were ih the
Lena Nettleback is visiting in
Brookfield , Mo. , having gone on
R. J4. Valtz of St. Joseph was
the guest of Gertrude Linn Sat-
urday and Sunday.
Will Pierson and 1'hos. Rad-
insky of Sterling attended thc
I 'circus" here yesterday.
Peter Frederick , jr. , has a new
concrete walk in front of his res-
ilIence on North Stone strect.
Peter Clu ; istcn of Corning Mo. ,
is spcnding a few days with his
sister Mrs. \V. S. Fast in this city.
James Griffin of Hebron is vis-
iting with her grandparents , J.
A. McCormick and wife of this
city. . '
EthrllIummel , Laura Klima
and Pearl Snethen of Dawson
were Falls City visitors the first
There will be services at the
Methodist church Sunday at the
usual hours. The pastor will
preach both . . morning and even-
Saturday John icldloff , who
. lives nine miles north of this city ,
had the misfortune to be thrown
from a load of hay , dislocating
her wrist and suffering a coin-
pound fracture of the left fore
arm. Dr. Rush was summoned
and reduced ! the fracture. At
this writing the patient is resting
Services as usual at the , Baptist
church. Dr. Selingcr will begin
a short series of summer discourses -
courses on the general subject ,
" 'l'hc Superiority of Jesus , " and
the first topic is I'Grcater than
Abraham. " In case of postponc-
ment of thc Salem chautauqua
evening services will be held as
A hack load of young folks
consisting of Gertrude Linn and
R. J4. Valtz of St. Joseph , Pearl
and Jennie Prater , Carrel Pryor
and Claude Albright , Hayden
Prater , Harry Sage and Warren
Schaible , spent Sunday with J.
Lord and wife five miles south
west of Salcm.
Hay Graham fell from a ladder
in the barn at his home last
Saturday morning and sustaimcd
a Collcs fracture of his wrist
Dr last was called and gave
him the necessary surgical atten-
tion , we are glad that tinder such
good attention Hay is getting
Henry Miller who is employed
by Coupe 'l'hornton while work" "
jug at the slaughter house last
Saturday had the misfortune to
fracture three bones of thc right
hanel. Dr. Fast reduced the
fracture and after a three weeks
lay ofT thc hand will bc as sound
Mr. Phil Grinstead and wife of
Louisville , Ky. were in town a
few hours on 1'uesday. Mr.
Grinstead is at the head of
American Book company , thc
largest text book concern in the
Minnie Jellison is the most
accomplished base ball rooter in
this neck of the woods. It is not
"an easy matter to beat Jim
. Powell but he always ships
when Mrs. Jellison gets intcrcst-
One evening last week a party
of twenty-two young folks gathered -
ed at the home of Irs. Schulcn-
berg to spend thc evening. Of
this crowd all were cousins but
George . Marsh secretary of
state calm down to see the ele-
Mrs. 1\1. C. Conover and child-
ren were down from Verdon yes-
Harnack's Military band will
give a concert tonight. All are
invited to come out and hear the
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Report tile Transfers . A ,
" , $ ; " " , , .
I35 acre farm of Ed Spitznagle , adjoinIng arada ,
to J. I-I. IHorehead , consideration $8 , 100.
The fine home of Burton Sperry on Crook &
Towle's addition to Joachim Eickhoff , consideration .
$ 2 , 400. lVlr. Eickhoff will , with his family , move to .
this home about September 1st , 1904.
The Dunn Restaurant of this city to D. H. Sears. 1 : , .
If you have anything you wish to sell or trade list I
it with vVhitaker Bros.
\Ve have : for sale a new 5-room house , small S
barn , other outbuildings , fine large porch , located on ,
t2 acre of good ground in tha city limits , for only . . . i
$800 on good easy terms. This is a bargain. Will J : '
rent this place for $7 per month to good party. r
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'Ve also have for sale a good span of young , well \ . . . , '
matched mares. Fine harness made to order for this
team , will sell cheap. '
l _ Bos.J 't
No Chautauqua. .
On account of the wet weather
the management of the Salem
chautauqua have decided to aban-
don the same for this year.
Owing to the recent heavy rains
which put the roads in such bad
condition that Ringling Bros.
were unable to get their heavy
wagons to the show grounds the
circus was dcclared ofT yesterday ,
and as a consequence there were
many disappointed people in
Corn . , , . , . . , , , . . . . , , . . , . . , .43c
White Oats . , . , . . . , . . " . , . , .30c
'Nlixed . , , . , . , , , , , , , , . , . , . . . .283
\ \ heat. . . . , . . . . . . . . . . 60 to 75c
Cattle , . , . , , , , . , , . . , ,4.50 to 5.50
Hogs . , . . . . . , , , , . . . . . , , , . . .4.80
Butter , , . , . , . . , , . . . , , , , , . . , tic
Eggs. " . , , , , , , , , , . , . , , , . . , . . l2c
The following licenses to mar-
q- have been issued :
Hugo Sclingcr , Falls _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _
Sclena Hublcy , Boston Massuu29
Wilson L. 'l'urman , Dcnvcr u u. . . . .32
Della Gardiner , Falls _ . . . . . - - - _
Earl rakes , Falls City _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ . . .20
Bertha t : > Iclton same _ _ _ uuuuu _ .19
\Vm L. Leonard , Huntsville Mo31
Cyntha A. HagarElliott Mo.---.25
Wm. R. Hershey Falls - . . . . . . . .
Adell Davison , samcuuu , _ . .19
Kicked in the Face.
Charlie Pavey , six years of age ,
living I with his parents east of
Barada was kicked in thc face by
a mule Monday a. m. , factoring
several bones and ' producing
severe laceration. Dr. Fast was
called soon after the injury and
gave a temporary dressing at the
W. H. MADDOX' " 'j ' ,
REAL ESTATE AGENCY . . . fl . / -
Lands bought and sold . .w " .
Hartford , Fire Insurance V .
Houses in city for sale ! .
Money to lo ( .n
D. S. McCarthy , , : j
PROPRIETOR OF .
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CITY DRAY LINE " " : :
Special Attention to Household J\1ovlnjC.
Phone 211 l' .
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CHURCH NEWS . t
little fcHow's home. He was
then removed t.o thc Gardiner , " " - " " :
HospItal and is receiving thc
ncecssary attention. . . : " n
Shubert. . ,
'rhc Misses , Culp are visiting ' N 4
the world's fair this week. . . '
An electrical storm passed over ' A - " : t : !
here Wednesday morning accom- .
panied by lots of wind. ' . .
The infant child of C. H. Hen-
derson is reported better.
J. N. Colglazier left for South , . ; " ,
Dakota the first of the weck.
The picnic that was to have . ' '
been held in Nemaha Tuesday
was postponed for a week. ' ; _ ,
John Lewis who has been very ; Ii
sid : for the last few weeks is reported - : _
ported much IJetter. I :1 : ;