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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 29 , 1908.
I. C. Maust was a St. Joseph
visitor Sunday ,
Hayden Bowers was down from
Did you roof leak and your
plastering fall off ?
Good roads is the important
question just at present.
Dr. Ed. Hays was down from
Dawson the first of the week.
Rev. Neidc and family returned
Friday from their visit in Omaha.
Claud Phillippi spent Sunday
with his parents at Merrill , Kas.
Tomorrow is Decoration day
and will be duly observed in this
J , M. Jellison was looking after
business matters in Shubert this
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nolte spent
Sunday with relatives in Nebraska
Does the sight of our muddy
streets enthuse you on the paving
Mrs. D. Ransom and children
are visiting relatives in Hamlin ,
Ralph Jenne returned Satur
day from a week's visit with
friends in Lincoln.
Miss Kathryn Meliza , one of
the graduates , returned Friday to
her home in Verdon.
Miss Elsie Bailey left yester
day for Bennett , Nebr. , to spend
a week with friends.
John Timmerman spent several
days during the past week with
old time friends in this citj- .
The Fairbury graduating class
breaks the record. It is composed
of twelve boys and eight girls.
DLois Keeling is expected home
this week after several months
spent with an uncle in Illinois ,
Mrs. Will Wylie and daughter
of Nebraska City , visited at the
home of Samuel Wahl this week.
Harnack came over from
Hiawatha to spend Sunday with
his grandparents. Peter Kaiser
The thrifty housewife will soon
begin to can all she does , while
in the winter season she will do
all she can.
Allen D. Mny , wife and little
soni came down from Auburn
Sunday , for a yisit with relatives
in this city.
Jeff and Lynn Horrocks went
to Kansas City Friday to spend a
week or so with relatives and take
in the sights.
Prof. Harnack , of Hiawatha ,
was here Tuesday evening to take
charge of the first band rehearsal.
Mrs. Clarence Burchard return
ed Friday from Lincoln where
she had been visiting her parents
for a short time.
Joseph Nedrow , of Stella , was
called to this city the latter part
of the week by the serious illness
of his father.
Miss Winifred Hill returned to
her home in Hiawatha Monday
after a few days in this city the
guest of Lela Powell.
John Ward returned Sunday to
his home in Tecutnseh after a
few days visit with his wife at
the home of F. W. Miller.
S. R. Ayers from near Morrill.
Kas. , while in the city Monday
called on the Tribune and joined
f our great family of readers.
Billy Veach is in Lincoln this
week in attendance at the big
shoot. Of course he will come
home loaded with trophies.
Ewing Herbert , of Hiawatha ,
was in the city Sunday. When
seen by the reporter he was travel
ing north between showers.
Tccumseh is another of our
wide awake sister towns now en
joying band concerts , due to the
liberal donations of her merchants
Our schools closed last Friday
and now the pupils are happy ,
with nothing but pleasure before
them for the next three months.
Mrs. R , Cooper Bailey joined
her husband in Kansas City this
week spending a few days the
guest of Rev. Bailey's sistci.
Frank Samuelsou , jr. , came up
from Kansas City and spent a
days with his mother in this city-
He left Saturday for Lincoln to
look after business matters.
P. S. Heacock is enlarging his
office and making many other
substantial improvements about
the same to meet the demands of
his increasing business at the mill.
Auburn now has a ball team
they are willing to back against
any old team. How about this ,
boys , can't you arrange for a game
here and take the conceit out of
Tommy Hargrave is the proud
possessor of a brand new ponyi
the only one on the map , and
Tommy is the happiest boy iu
town and can whistle louder than
Mrs. A. E. Jaquet went to
Champaign , 111. , this week to be
in attendance at the graduating
exercises of the college where her
son is a student , he being one of
The bank statements published
in this issue show a decided in
crease in the general banking
business , and prove that the re
cent Wall street financial flurry
has not reached us.
S. R. Ayers of near Merrill ,
Kas. , was in the city Monday.
He left that night for Omaha ,
where he will meet his wife , who
has been at Freeport , 111. , under
going an operation for tumor.
Miss Lizzie Miller came down
from Lincoln , to attend com
mencement exercises on Thursday
evening. She remained over Sun
day a guest at the home of her
parents , F. W. Miller and wife.
W. R. Cade has our thanks for
a beautiful boquet which he
placed on our desk Tuesday
morning. Mr. Oade never for
gets the printer when he has
anything good to pass around.
Pat Casey and wife of Oakes.
S. D. . arrived in the city the lat
ter part of the week. Mr. Case } ' ,
who has been ill for so long , is
much improved since his arrival
here and has about concluded to
remain with us.
Mrs. Elliott left Monday night
for Oneida , Kas. , taking with her
little Aggie Blanchard , a little
girl from the home of the friend
less , for whom she has found a
home with Mrs. R. A. Munson ,
mother of Mrs. Elliott.
Irlet Kuper , deputy treasurer
of Auburn was in the city a short
time Monday on his way home
from Humboldt where he had
spent Sunday with a brother
from Oklahoma and whom he had
not seen for several years.
Mrs. A. B. Sims of DCS Moincs ,
la. , who recently won the title of
champion in the National Wo
men's Whist club , has suddenly
awakened to the fact that playing
whist is a great sin , and has now
entered evangelistic work to fight
Uncle Tom Brown came up
from Kansas City Monday and
spent a short time with friends in
this city. From here he went to
will spend a few days and look
after his interests therelie
made this office a pleasant call
We call attention of our read
ers to the ad in this issue of the
Sun Mineral Springs Sanitarium.
This resort is becoming quite
famous having perfected many
marvelous cures. Why go so far
from home in search of health
when we have such health giving
water almost at our dooi.
A Parisian doctor has brought
to'light the fact that girls should
not be blamed for flirting. He
says they cannot help it , as the
habit is caused by eating peas.
The same doctor says if you
want a good natured husband fill
him up on well cooked carrots.
So few men like carrots and per
haps this fact accounts for the
number of ill tempered men.
Home-grown strawberries arc
on the market.
Ben Ilur has proven a drawing
card at the Lyric this week. '
Milo Shields left Sunday to take
in the sights at New York city.
See the bargains offered in
Cleveland & Son's ad and then
profit by it.
A ray of sunshine was welcome
and cheering Tuesday after sev
eral days of dreary weather.
Trains have been delayed dur
ing the week , owing to the floods
and mails were very uncertain.
G. W. Spragins is taking a few
days rest from his road duties
this week and visiting with home
Should we put a half-hitch on
our dispositions the result might
surprise ourselves as well as our
The different clubs of the city
have adjourned for the warm
weather , and there will now be a
lull in the social circles.
Burbank has succeeded in pro
ducing the spineless cactus. The
Lord only knows who is respon
sible for the crop of spineless men.
Bart Messier returned to Oma
ha Sunday after a short time
spent in this city at the bedside
of his sister , Mrs. Byron Priest.
Mike Meliza and wife of Ver
don came down Thursday to at
tend the commencement exercises ,
their daughter being one of the
Mrs. Walter Long , who was
called to this city by the serious
illness of her sister-in-law , Mrs.
Byron Priest , returned to her
Mrs. George Dietsch and little
daughter , Margaret , ot Hastings ,
arrived in the city Saturday , and
will spend several weeks here with
her many relatives.
Miss Maclanahan of Tecumseh
attended commencement exercises
in this city. She remained a few
days the guest ! of Miss Helen
Mrs. C. L. Kerr. and little
daughter returned Saturday to
their home in Kansas City , after
a visit here at the home of Dr.
W. H. Kerr.
Miss Helen Wilson is now
cashier at Matthew's store , hav
ing accepted the position made
vacant by the resignation of
Miss Alice Gunn.
James Jaquet has closed a very
successfull term of school near
Shubert. He came home the
latter part of the week and will
spend the summer here.
Big preparations arc being
made for the shoot next Thurs
day and Friday. If the weather
is favorable there will be a good
crowd and a good program.
The high water brings the
usual supply of snakes , and the
small boy and some who arc not
so small , with a gun and headed
for the river is a common sight.
The State fair premium list for
' 08 is at hand. The date fixed
is Au < > 28 to Sept. 4 inclusive.
For information or a copy of the
premium list write W. R. Miller ,
Lincoln , Nebr.
Miss Lucile Mettx who has been
in St. Joe for the past week , re
turns home today. She will be
accompanied by Inex Shepherd ,
Hal Sowles and George Boone
who will spend Sunday with rel
Mrs. B. J. Cummings disposed
of her millinery stock to parties
in St. Joe , exchanging the same
for residence property in that
city. We understand the new
proprietor will continue the busi
ness at the present location.
Mrs. Thomas Naylor left Sun
day for Lexington , Neb. , where
she will visit for a time with her
daughter , Mrs. T. M. Hewitt.
A younger daughter who has
been making her home with her
sister at that place and attend
ing school will return home with
Prof. Hurst went to Auburn on
George Coon was down from
How we would appreciate paved
streets just now.
R , S. James spent a few days
in Missouri the past week.
Miss McDonald left Monday
for a visit with relatives iu Lin
Dr. J , C. Yutssy this week put
in a fine new chair in his dental
The Dawson graduating class
was in town Monday interview
ing our photographers.
Miss Hart , one of our public
school teachers , left this week
for an extended western trip.
The query now is , is this our
annual high water , or will we
have our regular June raise ?
The present conditions make us
all stop and wonder if after all
the ditching proposition isn't a
The make room sale now going
on at Matthews' store will be
continued another week. See ad
in this issue.
W. S. Livengood and wife from
Los Angeles are spending a few
days with Norm Musselman and
family in this city.
MissSallieSchoenheit and Miss
Tennie McFarland go to Nebras
ka City today for a few days visit
with the Clevelands.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs from Mis
souri , are in the city , guests at
the home of the latter's sister ,
Mrs. Adolph Messier.
Miss Una Snidow will start
Sunday for Chicago , where she
will study Evangelistic music in
the Moody Bible institute.
Oscar Holland of St. Lous , was
in the city Tuesday. He was on
his way to Stella and stopped for
a short visit with J. R. Wilhite
We overheard a conversation
one day recently wherein a man
made the statement that he had
not been in water in more than
Edna Crook went to- Lincoln
yesterday , where she will visit for
a few days From there she will
go to Clark's , Neb. , to be present
at a house party.
Miss Ruth Shock , who has
been in the millinery store at
Hale , Mo. , during the past few
months returned to her home the
latter part ot the week.
Mrs. Byron Priest , who under
went a very critical operation in
this citj last week continues to
improye and there is great hopes
for her recovery.
J. C. Martin shipped his house
hold goods to Council Bluffs on
Wednesday. Ills wife expects to
leave soon for that place , where
they have decided to locate.
John bullivan and wife of Ef-
fmgham , Kansas were called
here Monday by the sad news of
the drowning of Jake Majcarus ,
who was a brother of Mrs. Sul
Mrs. Ralph L. Moore of Del-
hart , Texas , who has been visit
ing her parents , Mr. and Mrs.
Will Shock at their country home
called at this office Tuesday and
renewed her faith in TheTrib- _
Louie Wirth and Ward Knight
with their wives went over to Big
Lake , Saturday , and entertained
the fish until Tuesday. About
all they brought back with them
was that tired feeling and four
badly sunburned noses , but they
had lots of fun.
Services next Sunday , May 31st ,
at the Christian churchi as fol
lows Sunday school at 9:45 : a.m.
Preaching at 10:45 : a. m. Chris
tian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Preach
ing at 8 p. m. ; subject for evening
discourse , "Union Among God's
People,1' as postponed from last
Sunday eve. Preaching at the
Falls schoolhouse at 3 p. m. You
are invited to attend these services.
New Jewelry Store
Visit the New Jewelry Store and
see the latest designs in Table-ware ,
Everything first-class and prices
reasonable. Call and be convinced ,
R. B. Simpson
North Winow Kerr's Pharmacy
Watch Jewelry Repairing Done.
We wish to call attention to our
which is strictly sanitary , all
Syrups being in bottles ex
posed to full view of our cus
tomers. - - - - - - -
No place for verdigris to accumulate , as
in most fountains with Box Syrups.
Our Ice Cream , the purest made , retails at 15c.
per pint ; 25c. a quart ; $ l.oo per gallon.
If large quantities are wanted call us up. If you try it
once you will never go elsewhere.
Al Spear returned Tuesday from
a few days visit with his wife out
at Oxford , Nebr.
Miss Josie Sproles of San Jose ,
Cali. , is visiting ; her aunt , Mrs.
Jane Smith and other relatives.
It is rumored that there will be
important changes made in the
B. & M. time card , to take effect
Misses Grace and Gertrude Ly-
ford leave tomorrow for Clark's ,
Neb. , where they will be guests
at a house party.
There will be work in the second
end degree at the K. P. lodge
next Wednesday evening. Every
member is urged to be present.
Mrs. Margery Grant of this
city and Mrs. James Sinclair of
Preston , returned Saturday from
a five weeks' visit with relatives
in Gordon , Nebr.
WANTUD At once , A1 grocery
salesman , competent to buy and
manage department. Good salary
and steady position to right man.
" The Price Killer. "
Arrange to attcndour dis
persion sale of Pure Bred
Aberdeen Angus Cattle at
Humboldt , Nebr. , Monday ,
June 8th , 1908.
G. W. Butterfield & Sons.
WANTKI ) Responsible and am
bitious young man or woman to
learn the watchmaking and engraving -
graving trade. After six months
it will pay 815.00 per week or
more. Better than shorthand or
book-keeping , because hours are
shorter , opportunities greater and
wages better. Board earned while
learning. Railroad fare paid.
DuilUQUK EXGKAVING Co. ,
Dubuque , Iowa.
Tired nerves with that "no uuibl-
Uon" feeling that Is commonly felt In
spring or early summer cun bo easily
and quickly altered by taking what Is
known to druggist * everywhere as Dr.
Snoop's Restorative. Ono will abso
lutely note a changed ( ccllng within -18
hours after beginning to take the Rs-
storatlvu. The bowels get Blugglbti ill
the winter , the circulation often slows
up , the kidneys lire inactive and even
the heart in many cases grows decided
ly weaker. Dr , Snoop's Restorative is
recognized everywhere as 11 genuine
tonic to those vital organs , it builds up
and strengthens the worn out weaken
ed nerves ; it sharpens the falling ap
petite and universally aids digestion ;
it always quickly brings renewed
strength , life , vigor and ambition. Try
it and be convinced. Sold by all deal
Our rural route men were un
able to make their trips Wednes
day owing to the high water.
Mrs. Jas. Powell returned Mon
day from Sabetha where she had
gone to attend the graduating
exercises , her nephew being a
member of the class. The latter
returned home with her and will
be employed by Dr. Houston dur
ing the vacation months.
There is a Pink Pain tablet made by
Dr. Sheep that will positively etop any
pain anywhere In 20 minutes , druggists
everywhere sell them QB Dr. Snoop's
headache tablets but they stop other
pains as easily as headache. Dr.
Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets simply coax
blood pressure away from pain centers
that IF all ; pain comes from blood
pressure congestion ; stop that pres
sure with Dr. Shoop's Headache Tub-
lets and pain Is instantly gone. 20
tablet 27 > a. Sold by all dealers.
Miss Lizzie Heitland
Falls City , : : Nebraska
Having recently graduated from the
Weltmcr Institute of Magnetic Heal
ing at Nevada , Mo. , I am prepared to'
treat diseases of all kinds.
Located svt Mrs. Burris' just south
of the convent. PHONE 27P
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FALLS CITY , NEHUASKA