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. . . - - _ l\1ay 20 ; 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . . 1l r . ) Correspondence News of the County as Told by tt l " Our Special Correspondents " ' Dawson. f ' , . I _ . _ Bess Graham is visiting friends ' . in Salem this week. , r . . Mabel Estes visited her sister , Mrs. Malone ' in Table Rock over ' . Sunday. . Miss ' Dillow has returned from Peru where she' has been attend- ing school. . 1\1rs. ' Enoch , Julia Dempsey and Minnie : Murphy were down from : d' , IIumbol . Sunday. . . . . . , . . . , . Lee Bradley has moved out to : " . Miles ranch where he will work - f' . - ' . during the summer. J. W. Bittner returned to St. Louis Sunday , after a few weeks . ' . - visit with his mother. f t' ( - - Chas. laynard and wife are 1 happy over the arrival of a baby . . girl at their home last week. . . ' . . . . . . J. H. Chittenden and daughter . Dorothy , were down from Lin- coln over Sunday , the guest of . - friends. l' ; A little boy has arrived at the home of H. W. Hein and wife , and lie has been given a hearty , , . " : . \ , , . " , we I come. 'fII" : j.- . ; . j - " : ' , : " J. Iv1. Stitzel returned home f . ' i Tuesday from Oklahama where ' " . le has been working for some , : " . : , ' : w ; " " . \me. . . _ ' , . , , J J I . . . ' Ruth Bennett , who has been _ , . : . , ; ' . . . attending school here the past I : T : - ' year , returned to her home in . ( - ; ; ; , . _ Greenleaf , . . Kan , last li'riday. : , ' ' . ; , - Harry Mitchell , who has been I. , . ' . " , ' . i ' , visiting in this locality , left Mon- . J for Milwaukee Wis. where . . : : day , , I he' has secured a position i as ' ) ! ' - ; ; - We Will ; : : ' , 1.- : Engrave Your . . : . . . " ' " " : ; : Graduation Gifts : > : " " . _ ir4p.a.R. . ' . : n ' , " " . . / . . . I.\ \ ' ! > ; : " > i / . . : , " , . , and give them that individ- - - , ? ' , " . , > . nality possessed by no other ' " ; "ilW' ' " . ' . . . : : . _ : . gifts. Our engraving is all - ' . 6 : : ' " . . . > : r" : . . fine hand-work-nothing like " _ . . : . : . : ' it in town. 'Ve engrave any : : . . . . , ' : " - . " : , ' . ' . - , date or inscription , name . : " " " : " ' ; . . . . . - ' - ; r. ' . : 4 : ' and make no charge for it , . . . . . . . -ok : ' " , ; - " , ' . . ' . : . . . . . but we only . engrave articles of' 1 - ' , ; ' : : , ' . t purchased at our store. Our . . - , ; / , stock is as complete and var- ' - pared to meet your wan ts- " , whether it is a watch or a "i . , , . . ' , t1'1nkct-at prices that fit , . :1 : t' , your pocket book. f'J . , , , : . . ; ' , : . . , . ' A. E. JAQUET Pl , . , . ' . ' "TilE OLD RELIABLE" t. ' : . " . JEWELE"R 1 , i ti cook on a steamer 011 the great lakes. 1\1mes. ' Nora ' Cummings and Jerry Fent01 , and l\'lamie li'enton went to Haddam , Kan. , last Fri- day to see Nora A. Fenton , form- erly of this place , before her departure - parture for Concordia to join the sisters of St. Joseph as a novide. Maui ie Fenton returned home Monday accompanied by her father who spent a couple of days hcre. Barada. Everett Scott of Falls City was in town Thursday Elmer Butler was a pleasant caller here Monday. lrs. Geo. Frazier was on the sick list last week. . Meta Iuker of St. Deroin was shopping in town Saturday. J. C. Shulenberg has been suf- . fering with a sore hand. Willie McGowen was a guest - . of his sisters 1\'lrs. ' DeLes Spickler Sunday. Joseph Haller of Grand Island was a guest of his uncle , Henry Gerd eSt 1\1rs. ames.Holsworth is making - ing a short stay at the home . of Ed Ege this week. Mattie ' Ankrom was a guest of Mrs. Herbert Stokes a few days last week. Ed Spitznagle came out from Falls City the last of the week with Mr. Lively. .Mrs.Chas. 'i1eman and daugh- ters of the Forest Hill fruit farm were in town Saturday. Wm Spickler ' drove over from Shubert Saturday to look after business in terests. \V. W. Leeldns of Falls City was a pleasant caller in this vicinity - . cinity the last of the week. Martin GehHng and Max Herl- ing of Falls City made a busi- ness trip to our village Sunday. Joseph \Vatton and wife drove down from their home near Shu- bert to visit with the folks at home. A number young people from this vicinity attended a dance Saturday evening at the beautiful - ful home of Dan Kelly southwest 'of town. They "trippcd the light fantastic toe" until a late 'hour when all departed for their respective - spectivc homes , having had a delightful - lightful time. . Shubert. Grandma 1\1cDaniel is in a very critical condition. R. M. Gillan of Auburn was in our city last 1'uesday. Ivlrs. : M. H. Taylor spent a few days in Auburn last week. Prof. Carr returned from Peru 1\10nday. Cora Henderson is visiting with relatives at Pcru. . 'OUR CUSTOMERS ARE WELL PLEASED . When customers are pleased it is the best advertisement-ask about us and you will find out. Wall Paper is our Specialty. We also carry Paints , Oils , Etc. Wkite's Wall Paper Store Falls City , Nebraska Chas. Pond and wife entertained - ed relatives during the past week. Fred Colglazier , AU Jones and Oscar Pond spent Tuesday fish- . mg. mg.Mrs. Mrs. L. C. Walker visited her daughter Saturday and Sunday at this place. Attic : Morrow entertained her friend , Dick Atterberry of St. Joe over Sunday. We understand that J. N. Colg- lazier and wife will spend the summer in Indiana. Bert Ballard and family arc again residents of Shubert he being put here as section boss. Jim Chandler and family left 1 the first of the week for Nemdha where they will make their future home. : Mattie Cook Ellis of Peru delivered - livered the class address for the graduates at this place last Friday . day evening. Solon Cooper and wife enter- tain.ed their daughter , Mrs. Bar- ker and children from Nemaha over Sunday. The funeral of John Morris , who was killed in an elevator at St. Louis , was held at Prairie Union Sunday afternoon. 1\-1rs. Yackley of Nemaha attended - tended commCl1Cemellt Friday night at this place and visited with friends over Sunda ) ' . Ella Berg left this week for Nebraska City where she win make her home with Rev. J. ' 1' . Smith and wife for some time. Rural Route No. 3. Henry Scheitel while out work- ing in the field last Tuesday had the good fortune to discover a den of 6 young wolves. 'Vm. Hahn built several bridges across the slough on Route 5 Sat- urda } ' . John and Charles 'Veinert ship- ped a car load of sheep to Kansas City Wednesday. August Dorste was in Falls City 'l'uesday. Herman Dorste . is among the sick. sick.F. F. C. Oberst and Edward Dur- fee have purchased them a dipping - ping tank and will begin clipping their stock. . . We notice along the route sev- ral fine pieces of small grain especially - pecially rye. It is all headed out and is a good height. Mark Durfee and Frank Smith were fishing in the Missouri i rive . and report a big catch. The carrier on this route an Route 1 , have sold between 5 an 6 thousand sweet potato plants t the farmers the past week. Thomas Davis had the misto tune to run-the end of a bicycl pump through the palm of h' hand one day this week. McNa.II's GROCERY Fancy and Staple Groceries. Fruit in Season. Satisfaction Guar anteed. . - Free City Deliver Phone 40. Storage for Househol and Other Goods. .