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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNE 28 , 1907 I
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PHONE 109 FALLS CITY
Eat Sowles' candy.
RED SEAL Flour at Heck's
A fine line of American watches
at A. Diesner's.
John Shrauger of Porter pre
cinct was a visitor here Friday.
A. Diesner Will repair watches ,
clocks and jewelry cheapest and
Dr. J. L. Gandy was down
from Humboldt between trains
Ewing Herbert of Hiawatha
was a guest at the Miner party
Merle Stewart and Verna Wil
kinson of Verdon were Falls
City visitors Monday.
Miss Daisy Gantt came down
from Wymore Monday to visit at
the home of her father and with
other relatives here.
Til Oswald will give free six
photos with every dozen cabinets
ordered. This inducement is the
29th of June and 1st of July only.
All Falls City is going to root
for the Huraboldt ball team the
Fourth , but we want all the help
from the west end that we can
Mrs. D. L. McCo3' came over
from Hiawatha last Friday to
visit at the home of her father ,
J. R. Cain. Mr. McCoy spent
It is a source of great pleasure
to The Tribune to add new names
to our subscription list , and not a
week goes by that this pleasure
is not given us.
J. L. Mullen of Galveston ,
Texas , who has been visiting re
latives in Humboldt and Stella
spent Tuesday in this city with
Dr. M. L. Wilson.
The more or less handsome and
altogether able editor of the Hia
watha World has at last learned
that Falls City has some very
Mrs. Fisher and daughter ,
Lizzie , who came from Fairbury
to attend the funeral of the for
mer's brother , Noah Peck , re
turned to their home last Friday.
Anderson Miller returned Mon
day from Langdon Wy. , where
he went two weeks ago to attend
the marriage of his grandson ,
Fulton Gantt to Miss Edith
James Dodds , the original
Tribune man , the first subscriber
to this paper and one of the men
God made , was down from his
new home in the west end for a
few days last week.
There is one old sinner in this
town that we had hoped would
get the spirit during the present
meetings. He has attended every
service so far but we are afraid it
isn't going to ' 'take. "
Among the Falls City people
who attended the wedding of
Philena Yutzy , youngest daugh
ter of Dr. Yutzy , at Sioux City ,
Wednesday were , Mr. and Mrs.
D. D. Reavis and family , Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Uhlig and Dr. and
Mrs. Yutzy. Miss Philena is fav
orably known to many of our people
ple with whom The Tribune joins
in extending congratulations.
Miss Florence Currothcrs of
Hiawatha is the guest of Rill
Houston this week.
Mrs. Elmer Kanaly of Reserve
visited her mother , Mrs. Wicks ,
a few days this week.
Mrs. Bruno Hanson came down
from Omaha Tuesday for a visit
with her parents Dr. and Mrs.
Everett Higgins returned the
fore part of the week from a visit
with his parents at Robertson ,
Mrs. A. Powell who visited
relatives here for two weeks went
to Sterling Saturday to visit her
daughter , Mrs. Tom Ramsey.
Mrs. J. A. Conner of Auburn
arrived in the city last Sunday
for a visit with her mother , Mrs.
Sue DeWald , and other relatives.
Miss Jennie Higgins of Robert
son , Kans. , was the guest of her
sister-in-law , Mrs. Everett Hig
gins , living north of town , last
Miss Augusta Horn , daughter
of John Horn north of town , is
spending a couple weeks in town
with Mrs. Albert Bartrum and
Miss Helen Martin returned
Monday night from Excelsior
Springs. Her mother , Mrs.
Francis Martin will remain some
little time yet.
Mrs. Neal Mulligan and baby ,
of Clay Center , Neb. , who have
been visiting her parents , John
Hossack and wife , returned to
her home last Saturday.
Miss Maude Maddox went to
Table Rock Tuesday as a dele
gate to the Epworth League con
vention before which assembly
she read a very interesting paper.
A letter from Miss Minnie Mc
Donald informs us that she is in
Chicago where she will remain
until August first. She is attend
ing summer school at the Univer
sity of Chicago.
Mrs. Clark Jennings , who has
been visiiting her sister , Mrs. P.
H. Jussen went to Kansas City
Tuesday where she will visit a
few days before going to her
hoinein Supulpa , I. T.
Judge Wilhite was able to
come up to his office Monday
after a four weeks seige with
carbuncles. The Judge shows
that he has had a pretty serious
tussel but he hopes to be feeling
quite himself in a short time.
Miss Amelia Gehling went to
Excelsior Springs Saturday after
noon in response to a message
from her sister , Miss Mary , say
ing their mother was not sowell.
We are glad to learn at this
time that Mrs. Gehling is no
Burton Sperry and wife re
turned home the first of the week
from Trenton. Neb. , where they
have been visiting Mrs. Sperry's
brother , O. W. DeWald and fam
ily. They also went to Akron
to look after Mr. Sperry's land
Owing to some missunder-
standing between the ball boys
and the Fourth ol Julv com
mittee there will not be a free
ball game the morning of the
Fourth. There will be two
games just the sume but not the
free game the committee thought
it had arranged for.
And now comes a barrel of
black bass from the far western
lakes sent by Guy Greenwald.
A four pound specimen reared
his kindly head on the writers
table Wednesday. There is but
one thing better than eating
black bass and that is catching
them. The sight of the magnif
icent fish that graced my table
brought visions of the placid
waters of a lake , a taut , tugging
line , the mad whir of a reel and
the glorious struggle between a
worthy foe. The fishing fever
is on and the longing for the rod
and the reel has made irksome
the labor of the day since Guy
sent me one of the kings of his
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Well 1 Should Say So !
Try our Ice Cream and * |
Ices , Nut Sundaes and l\ \
Sodas , and you will be
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Miss Zula McCool of Salem visited -
ited her sister , Mrs. Robert Rule
Val laces , embroideries , ribbons
bens and notions cheap at Shield's
Albert Adams vof Salem made
us a pleasant call while in the
city last Friday.
We are glad to enroll William
Landrigan among1 our new sub
scribers this week.
Dishes , enameled ware and fire
proof earthen ware at lowest
prices at Shield's Variety store ,
Mrs. Chas. Robins of Chicago ,
will arrive this week to visit her
parents , Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss Josephine Gehling re
turned Sunday from Hot Springs
S. D. where she has been teach
ing the past ten months.
J. F. Martin visited at the
home of M. Gaininni the first of
the week. Mrs. Martin came
down from Lincoln last week.
Jean Cain will go to Hiawatha
next Monday where he has
accepted a position in the drug
store of Brokaws & McKinght.
H. Kloeptel made us a wel
come visit while up from Rule
Monday and took that occasion
to show his good faith with the
M. Gaininni has been on the
sick list this week , unable part
of the time to look after business
matters or oversee the rebuilding
of the buss barn.
Mrs. Kat Burris and her son
Hall will leave next Monday for
Suit Lake. They will meet Ed
Burris and wife in Denver and
all preceed to the new home to-
Mrs. Ed Burris left Tuesday
for Denver , Col. , where she will
visit relatives. Mr. Ed Burris
will go Saturday and after a
short visit there they will go on
to Salt Lake where they will
make their home.
Mrs. Crum and daughter , Floss
of Indiana , Mrs. Dietsch and
daughter of Hastings , Mrs. M.
Maddox and Lela Powell spent
Tuesday in Rule visiting Mr.
and Mrs. G. Dietsch and Mr. and
Mrs. George Ocamb.
Word reached this city Tues
day night that Neal Mulligan
was seriously ill at his. home in
Clay Center. The family had
but recently visited relatives in
this city and his sudden illness
was a shock to his relatives and
numerous friends here.
Ladies Fancy Neckwear at
Shield's Variety store.
Master John McCool came down
from Salem Monday to visit rela
Miss Fay Hughes of PerryOk. ,
came down from Humboldt Tues
day to visit Mrs. M. L. Wilson.
Dr. A. E. Wolf and wife re
turned Friday from a two weeks
visit to the doctor's parents in
Mrs. Herman Willard of Re
serve visited her sister , Mrs.
Jessie Sears , the latter part of
Mr. and Mrs. Lcvi Hitchcock
and family from near Salem
visited in this city Sunday with
Mrs. Margaret Maddox.
While in town last Saturday
Chas. Winert took occasion to
call and renew his faith with
this household necessity.
Mrs. James , who has been
visiting her sister , Mrs. Lawrence
Snyder , returned to her home in
Hamburg , Iowa Monday.
Brown Schoenhcit of Kansas
City is visiting at the home of
his grandmother , Mrs. Wilhite ,
and with other relatives.
Frank Eversole has accepted a
position with a drygoods firm in
Columbus , this state and will
move his family there in a short
Rev. George Neide and family
went to St , Joseph Monday
where they will be the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ford till
George Dietsch of Hastings
spent Sunda } ' at the home of
Mrs. Margaret Maddox where
his wife and daughter , Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. John Tipton and
children of Albany , Mo. , visited
Mr.andMrs. H.C.Davis this week.
She came to attend the Brecht-
Mrs. Allan May and son came
down from Salem Friday and re
mained over Sunday with her
mother , Mrs. Wylie. Mr. May
joined them Sunday.
Mrs. W. A. Stewart , with her
children returned to her home in
Okmulgee , I. T. on Wednesday
after a visit with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. P. II. Jussen.
Miss Lucile Mettx and Miss
Helen Restorer returned from
St. Joseph last Saturday. Their
aunt , Mrs. Julia Krug Restorer
accompanied them to visit rela
tives in this citv.
Mrs. Chas. Humphrey of Ver-
don came down Friday for a few
days visit with her parents , Mr.
and Mrs. George Abbott. , Mr.
Humphrey came down to spend
Sunday , returning Monday morn
Mrs. Lottie Grinstead , nee Mc
Dowell , with her children arrived
from Lincoln last Friday to visit
her grandparents , James McDow
ell and wife. From here she
goes to join her husband in their
new home at Alliance , Neb.
r Get one of those beautiful Hammocks that
! Dr. McMillan has for sale and hang it in some I
shady nook and see how much comfort you
i can get out of it. It will do more to stop
your wife from scolding and your children II
from crying , than anything else. Price from
$ i up. I
CITY PHARMACY , I
DR. HcMILLAN , Prop.
I Falls City , - Nebraska
linn i in mmiiimtii inn
"Distinctive Table Wares for the Bride"
We have jusl received many new goods in
Silverware. All the newest designs are
found in our stock. We carry only goods
that we can guarantee fully. Call on us in
your search for gifts for the Summer Wed
dings. Prices plainly marked on each piece
A. E. JAQUBT ,
THE OLD RELIABLE JEWELER.
! REFRESHING 1
T When you arc dry , drop in to
Y , the Candy Kitchen. You will
find delicious Ice Creamall kinds
X of Crushed Fruits , Nut Sundaes
Y. and sodas. Yours to Please ,
P. G. Bacakos.
B. E. Deaver of Hiawatha was
in town Tuesday.
Tom Hall was a Verdon visitor
in town Tuesday.
Mrs , Fullar of Verdon was in
this city Wednesday.
P. C. Lynchburg of Salem was
a business visitor to Falls City
W. G. Butler of Hiawatha
made a business trip to this city
Don't fail to treat yourself to a
dinner at the National , 6 , o'clock
Shirriff Fcnton and little
daughter spent Sunday with
Mr. George Cade of Osborne ,
Kans. , is visiting his brother ,
Wm. Cade of this city.
Those 2Sc luncheons at the
National on Sunday are growing
more popular right along.
Mrs. Dunn , who was the guest
of Mrs. Elliott last week returned
to her home in Barada Saturday.
Mrs. Ilickman and Fay DeWald
spent Tuesday in Reserve the
guests of Sam Stewart and wife.
Mrs. Lawrence Snyder and son
Cecil went to Horton , Ks. , Thurs
day to visit her daughter , Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dorrington
returned Sunday night from
Leavenworth where they went to
attend the celebration incident to
Secretary Taft's day there and
to visit their daughter , Mrs. Ed
Herman Koehler made us a very
pleasant call Tuesday. He has
just received a letter from Ala
bama where he has purchased con
siderable land saying that crops
of all kinds are looking fine and
promises an abundant yield.
Mrs. Frank Greenwald and son ,
Alfred , will leave today for their
home in Mitchell , S. D. , where
Mr. Greenwald Jias recently pur
chased a fine new cottage. The
carload of household goods
was shipped this week and they
hope to be comfortably settled in
a short time ,
Jacob Marmet moved his fam
ily from Sabetha , Kans.t this
week and they are now located
in the property he recently pur
chased on South Chase street.
Mr. Marmet will give his time to
the management of the Peerless
Stock Powder company , of which
he is president.
Parties having wigs , costumes
and other property of mine will
please return same at once.
Car of lump and crushed salt 1
coming. If you want any at a
reduced price call me up.
O. P. HKCK.
Between Postoftlce and 1st
and Main Sts. , a fraternity pin
shape of shield with diamond
eye dagger through it. Return |
to this office and receive liberal ,1
Write for description and price
of two of the best alfalfa farms
in the Prairie Dog River Valley.
C. A. BARNARD ,
Long Island , Kans.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our appre
ciation of the kindness and con
sideration shown us by our
friends and neighbors at the
time of our recent bereavement
and to return to them our heart
Mns. JULK SMITH AND FAMILY.
In the account of the death of
Noah Peck last week the name
of his son , Mahlon Peck of Mor-
ril , Kans. . was accidentally
omitted , which we deeply re
gret. Mr. Peck's first wife died
Dec , 20th , 1893 instead of 1895.
"Try the new Spirella Corset. "
For style , comfort and dur
ability the only gurantecd , un
breakable stay is Spirella. The
most hygienic the lightest and
best ventilated stay is Spirella.
Measures taken , corsets made to
order at reasonable prices. '
Permanent saleslady , . *
MRS. J. R. McCiKARV. ? <
P. O. box No. 197.
George Wertz was up from St.
Joseph a few days this week.
Mona Wilcox returned to Peru
Monday after a few days visit at
Mrs. Sherdeman of Lincoln is
visiting her mother , Mrs. Jx M.
J. S. Lord and wife attended
the funeral of Hon , Julius Smith
in Salem last Sunday.
Ed May and wife of Salem
were in town a few days the
early part of the week.
D. W. Ried and wife , came
down from Sioux City last Fri
day for a weeks visit at home.
Hon. Frank Shubert and wife
drove down from Shubert to do
some shopping here Tuesday. I *
W. A. Greenwald went to
Salem Sunday to attend the
funeral of Hon. Julius Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dalbuy of *
Shubert were down Tuesday to
attend the Davis-Brecht wedding.
They were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Davis. 1