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I THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 10 , 1908.
Binder twine at Werner , Mosi
man & Co. for 8 and 10 cents pe
' FOR SAI.K Good rain or sloj
barrels , at f > 5c. each , at Heck1 !
Mrs. Allie Watson spent a fev
days during the week with he
sister in Auburn.
Miss Lillie Oswald left Monday
for an extended visit in diffcrcn
parts of Wyoming.
Miss Lottie Putman left Mon
day for a few weeks visit witl
relatives at Geneva.
We cater especially to socia
functions desiring anything ii
our line. Candy Kitchen.
Quimby Ilossack came dowi
from Omaha Friday night on ;
short visit to his parents.
Will Gilman and wife returnee
to Nebraska City Sunday after ;
visit with relatives in this city.
Elizabeth Miller came dowi
from Lincoln Saturday to speni
> a week with home folks in thi
' . ,
Florence and Mildred Neitxe
went to Blue Springs Sunday ti
spend a couple of weeks with rel
Dr. Fast and wife and W. A
Greenwald and wife left yester
day on a pleasure trip throng ]
s Grace DeMers came down fron
Peru and spent the Fourth witl
her parents. She returned to he
Bessie Arnold returned fror
Humboldt the latter part of th
week where she had been visitini
friends for a week.
Ross Foster arrived in the cit
Sunday from California and wil
visit for a time with his parents
Ben Foster and wife.
Dave Abbott and wife returne
Sunday to their home in Omalu
after a visit in this city with thei
parents , Mr. and Mrs. George .A
Mrs. I. L. Callison and littl
son returned to their home i
Stella Sunday after a weeks visi
in the city at the home of Dr. 1
Mrs. Crooks of Hiawatha spet
the Fourth in this city with he
son , Harry Crooks and wife an
made the acquaintance of he
Dr. I. M. Houston made Tli
Tribune happy this week by n
newing his faith The Dr. is
mighty busy man but insists upo
time to read The Tribune.
More than 200 tickets were sol
at this place for Humboldt lai
Saturday. A pretty good deleg ;
tiou. Humboldt will have a goc
chance to return the complimei
Mrs- Jim Downs and childre
lett Sunday for Omaha to mei
Mr. Downs. They left that cit
Monday night for Ogden , Utal
where Mr. Downs has accepted
position in the master inechanu
office of the Southern Pacil
Our chautauqua is bound to 1
a success ) as there seems to be r
limit to the advertising and th ;
is what counts. The finest kit
of a program has been arrange
for the entire session , and no
all that remains is to let tl
people know of it.
John Mosiman has bee\i aboi
the busiest man in town durir
the past two weeks mastering a
the secrets of that fine new aut
but he now has it down pat at
is ready to give all his friends
spin around town. The machii
is one of the new high whe
sort , the kind that goes in at
kind of weather. Werner , Mos
man Co. haye secured tl
agency and inform us that tin
have 'fine prospects for sever
Apply at once at local centt
office Southeast Nebraska Tel
phone Co. tf
Paul Frehse has returned tc
Clarimla , Iowa after a short visil
in this city. Paul is one of tin
many graduates of the Barreti
Business college of this city whc
is making good , holding a flue
position in Clarinda.
Our old friendHerman Koehlei
wants us to know that he hasn'i
lost his patriotism by moving tc
the south , and sent us a verj
pretty Fourth of July postal fron
Mobile , Alabama last Saturday ,
F. M. Stump and wife wen
among the Falls City people whc
left Sunday for Denver. Thei
vill visit other Colorado point ;
Jefore returning home.
T. L. Humuielreich went t (
Lincoln Thursday to attend th <
Bryan festivities. He remainee
n the capitol city until Saturday
he guest of friends.
Mrs. Fred Cleveland , jr , fine
ittle daughter and Miss Nettii
leveland of Nebraska City wen
n the city the latter part o
Oliver Stalder was down fron
lumboldt Thursday attending t <
natters pretaining to the estat
af his father , the late Hon. A. E
Col. M. W. Harding was dowi
rom Huuiboldt Friday minglinj
with his many friends here. H
nade this office a pleasant call.
Miss Nina Mead left last Fri
lay for a months visit with he
grandparents and other relative
and friends in Omaha.
The next ball game for ou
ans will be between Falls Cit ;
ind the Preston Indians nex
Fred Mosiman and wife are ii
he city guests at the home o
lie latter's parents , Mr. and Mrs
R. B. McMahon.
Stella Shock and Miss Heate
returned Monday from Pawne
Dity having visited relatives ther
'or the past week.
Minnie Albright returned Mon
lay from a few days yisit wit' ;
her sister , Mrs. Vern Ripley i
Miss Laura Naylor returne
Friday from Peru where she ha
ust completed an observatio :
Mrs. Charley Sharts returne
Tuesday morning from a fe\
days visit with relatives in Hum
May Maddox returned Sunda
from a week's visit with her siste
Mrs. George Dietsch in Hastings
Haye you been down to th
park lately ? It is being put i
fine shape for the chautauqua.
Mrs. Cora Stotts and son Merr
of Beaver City are visiting he
daughter. Mrs. Williard Sears.
H. C. Meyers out on Route 3 i
another of the faithful to remen
ber The Tribune this week.
Don't forget the Candy Kitchc
when you want the best in Ice :
Ice Cream and Candies.
John Gehling , wife and litt
daughter spent the Fourth wit
friends in Hiawatha.
Mrs. E. E. Scott returned Fr
day from a few days visit wit
her parents in Salem.
Fred Chesley and wife returne
from Atchison where they wei
Frankie Gist went to Ilumbole
Sunday for a visit at the home <
FOR SAUS-Good rain or sic
barrels , at ( > 5c. each , at Heck
Basil Stratton was among tl
Humboldt visitors in this cil
Dr. Geo. W. Reneker. Grad
ate Optician. Eyes tested , fram
Falls City vs Preston Indiai
at Poteets park Tuesday afte
Blanch Capp returned Mend ;
from a yisit with Stella friend
Fourth of July is over , no
comes the circus.
Hello girls wanted at the loca
Wanted Farm hands at the
Margrave Kanch , Preston , Neb
Hello girls wanted at the loca
II. C , Smith made a busines !
trip to Auburn Monday.
Wanted Farm hands at the
Margrave Ranch , Preston , Neb
Mrs. Martin Kanaly returnee
Monday from a visit in Atchisor
Mrs. Geo. Shuck returned the
first of the week from a visit witl
her son in Nebraska City.
Helen and Harvey Pccht wen I
to Lincoln to spend the Fourtl
and visit a week with relatives
Mrs. Mary Cameron returnee
the latter part of the week fron
a visit with her brother in Ilia
Edna Schaiblc vleft Sunday to
Fortescue , Mo. , to visit at thi
home of her aunt , Mrs. Louie
C. Hershey went over to Tarkie
MjO. , Saturday to look after busi
ness matters. He returned homt
Bill Halderman of Counci
Bluffs came down to spend Thi
Fourth in a good town , and visi
Win. Winterbottom spent sev
eral days of the past week look
ng after business affairs in tin
vestern part of the state.
James Sailors of Barada cele
brated the Fourth by calling 01
The Tribune and renewing hi
aith in this great paper.
Mrs. Elva Sears Vincent am
daughter , Maxine of Shenandoal
are visiting in the city at th
loine of her parents , Wm. Sear
Marion Vaughn , who has bee :
employed as carpenter in Bert
rand for some time , came in o :
the Fourth to yisit with his fain
ly in this city.
Mrs. J.E. Leyda and daughter
lantha . and Mrs. F. E. Schmit
eft Tuesday for Weeping Wate
and Omaha , where they wil
spend a month with relatives.
MrsA. . Powell of Sabetha ha
been the guests of her boys John
and Jim in this citv , during th
past week. She expects to visi
in Gorden before returning home
George Cleveland and Cheste
Fisher left Tuesday night fo
Colorado , where they have Ian
interests and expect to locate fo
the present. Their families wil
Hiawatha is making ready fc
the big union revival to be hcl
there in the near future , wit
Milford H. Lyonof Wheaton.Ill
is the evangelist. It will be hel
in a huge tabernacle and promise
to be the real thing.
The rain last Thursday mad
the fields too wet for work Frida
and from the she of the crow
we would judge all the farmer
from miles around were in tow
that day. It was the best da
our merchants had enjoyed ff
M. Seff , who is conducting
big clothing sale in Pawnee Cit
came down Sunday morning an
remained until Tuesday with h
family in this city. Mr. Seff
very favorably impressed wit
Pawnee and is thinking of estal
lishing a permanent branch stoi
The Pawnee City papers lai
week contained neat ads anuoum
ing the big ' 'Forced out sale I
the Kansas City Hoods" bein
conducted in that city by 01
townsman M. Seff. Mr. Seff is
fine business mart and will mat
this sale a success , as he has lil
ones in this city , all owing to h
liberal use of the advertisin
Full oak , hand caryed bed roe
suit. Extra large bevel pla
mirror on dresser. A bargain
taken at once. C. F. Reavis.
Tommy Hargravc this weel
adeled to his possessions by pur
chasing a fine little buggy am
harness. lie has owned a nic
little pony for some tune and nov
he is fixed just about right.
Misses Julia and Cora Mood :
and Dora Vandcvcnter of Mount
City , Mo. , spent the Fourth it
this city , guests of Mrs. J. R
Nicholson. The Misses Mood :
arc sisters of Mrs. Nicholson.
Rey. R. R. Teeter's subject fo
next Sunday nights sermon a
the Brethren church will bi
"Brain Food. " A cordial inyi
tation is extended to the publii
to attend this service.
Paul Fraix.e returned Momla ;
to Clarinda , Iowa , after a fcv
days visit with his parents in thi
city , Paul has been a bookkcepc
for the Clarinda Poultry Compan ;
for the past three years.
Miss Haxcl Wing came dowi
from Peru Thursday of last week
where she is attending school am
remained until Monday with he
aunt , Mrs. Fred Farrington.
Mr , and Mrs. R , P. Thomas am
daughter Lucille went to Frank
lort , Ivans. , the first of the wcel
for a two week's yisit at that plac
with the parents of Mr. Thomas
Many of the farmers in thi
section spent all day Sunday ii
their fields in order to gain a
much headway as possible ii
heir belated work.
Mrs. W.W. Abbey and childrei
Wallace and Esther left this weel
'or a visit with the former's pat
cuts , Mr. and Mrs , Rhoads i :
Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Boose re
urneel yesterday and will see
be at home to their many friend
.n ' this city in the Nedrow proj
Mrs. Emma Steele and daugh
ter Eva and Miss Scott of Morril
Kansas were guests at the horn
of John Ilossack Wednesday.
T. J. Gist , wife and son Fran
returned the first of the wee
'rom their extended eastern tri [
They report a fine time.
Mrs. I.L. Beaulieu and childre
of Missoulu , Mont. , arrived i
the city Thursday for an extern ;
ed visit with relatives.
Bert Moody came up from Hie
watha Sunday for a few hour
visit at the home of his sistei
VIrs. J. R. Nicholson.
Frank Lawrence , wife an
laughter of St. Louis are visitin
with Mrs. Carrie Paxton , a sistc
of Mrs. Lawrence.
Fred Nettlebeck is among th
Falls City people in Denver thi
week in attendance at the deme
Blanche Lewis of Abilene , Kas
returned to her home after a vis
in this city at the home of he
uncle , E. O. Lewis.
Mrs. Thomas E- Snyder e
Indianopolis. Ind. , is visiting i
the home of her parents , B. I
Foster and wife.
Mahlon Beachy and wife <
Merrill , Kansas are in the cil
guests at the home of Jim Whit ;
ker and wife.
Will King came down fro
Hastings the latter part of tl
week to visit for a time with re
atives in this city.
Mrs. Albert Norris returne
Sunday from a weeks visit wil
her daughter , Mrs. Ed Hamtnot
Bert O'Hara and wife are r
joicing over the arrival of a bal
girl which arrived at their lion
Mrs. Fred Nettlebeck left Su
day for a two weeks yisit wii
friends in Nebraska City at
Mrs. Varner and d a u g h t e
Marion , left Wednesday night f
a visit with her mother at Beloi
Miss Beulah Fry is among t
Falls City people leaving tli
week for an extended weste
Mr. Little was a St. Joe visitor
HermsBros. are paying 20c. for
J. W. Glaxe of Preston was in
his city Wednesday.
Guy Crook returned Wednesday
rom a visit in Lincoln.
Why will some people persist in
" " for " ? "
aying "empire" "umpire
Miss Pearl Lawrence spent
Tuesday with friends in Fargo.
Jack Jcllison returned Wcelnes-
ay evening from his Lincoln trip.
Haael Riddley of Auburn , Neb. ,
s a guest of Helen and May Gag-
L. J. Gentry of Portis , Kansas
s in the city the guest of W , R.
Leonard Hershey returned Wed-
esday from a week's visit in
S. M. Philpot of Ilumboldt was
business visitor in our city
A number of our people arc
ilanning to attend the Hiawatha
! hautauqua >
J. E. Leyda and daughter , Ian-
he , were among Ilumboldt visit-
rs the Fourth.
Mrs. James Batcheldorc of
Schrievcport , La. , is visiting her
unit , Mrs. J. A. Hill.
The ladies of the Methodist
hurch will serve dinner in the
) asement circus day.
Mrs. J. G. Ranger came down
rom Salem today to visit her
laugh tcr , Mrs. E. E. Scott.
Mrs. Gee Jennings and daugh-
cr Nellie returned Monday from
T. two weeks visit in Salem.
Miss Ethel Brockwaya trained
lursc from Lincoln is the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Wilson.
Mrs. Brown and daughter of
Mound City are gucsts of the
brmers sister , Mrs. John Wilson.
Mrs. Minnie Haney , a cousin
of Dr. Lawrence returned Friday
to her home in BaileyvillejKas.
Mrs. E. F. Sharts went to Stella
Wednesday on a short visit to her
brother W. II. Wheeler and family.
Mrs. _ T , J. Spencer and son ,
larold , returned Wednesday from
a visit with relatives in Reserve.
Notice in another column the
ow prices made by the Pat/.man
Sisters on untrimmed Leghorn
The ball game yesterday proved
that all visiting teams must briiiK
their best when they play ball
Mrs , E , O. Lewis and her twc
children , Kuth and Don spent
Sunday afternoon with friends in
Pat'/.man Sisters are offering
their entire stock of llowers al
greatly reduced prices for Friday
and Saturday , July 10 and 11.
O. H. Ross of Nelson visitce ]
liis parents between trains Mon
day evening. He visited ovci
Sunday with his family in Shu-
Miss Norma Heater left yester
day for her home in Sterling
Kans. , after spending the pasi
three weeks in this city with rela
Peter Stevens of Table Rod
was in the city Wednesday con
suiting his attorneys , Reavis &
Reavis on important legal busi
A special meeting of the Ladiei
Auxiliary to the cemetery asso
ciation has been called for nex !
Monday afternoon at the home o
Mrs. John Holt. It is earnestl :
requested that all members b
The Shields brothers of thi
city have opened up a pictur
show , in Humboldt and we ar
glad to say they arc doing a lam
office business. George is look
ing after affairs in Humboldl
while Milo still continues to fee
the hungry crowd that throng
his restaurant here daily.
MANY dipped their
hogs with Diolcnc
have had better results
and larger hogs.
The strength of DiJ > o-
Icnc is i to 90 , according
to the Government stand
A large supply can be
Falls City , Nebraska
omootn uuncn UlotAs.
To hnvo lunch cloths and centerpieces -
pieces without creases from having
been folded is difficult. Either save
the heavy pasteboard rolls that pic
tures and calendars coma la or mak
a roll of hoary paper about twlco mi
largo around as a broom handle ; and ,
by the way , an old broom handle
servos to start tlio roll of paper on.
having two lengths , ono about a foot
long for small linen pieces and another
about Uireo foot long for larger pieces ,
and roll the freshly ironed linens on
these rolls and keep in linen drawers
ready for use and it will not bo neces
sary to iron the creases out of each
piece , as is the coso when they are
Three cups of white sugar , ono cup
milk , one-fourth teospoonful cream of
tartar , two squares of chocolate , cna
tablespoon of butter , ono tablespoon
of vanilla ; boll sugar , milk and cream
of tartar nine minutes , or until It will
form a uoft ball ; add chocolate ( melt
ed ) and batter ; cook one mlnuto
loncer ; remove from Ore ; add vanilla ;
peat vigorously for one or two ml-
aloe , then pour in pans ; mark la
Beginning Saturday , July llth
we will pay two cents more in
trade checks for butter fat than
our cash price , at the present
time we are paying 20 cents cash
and will pay 22 cents in trade
Our trade checks will be taken
in at face value by Samuel Wahl
F. W. Cleveland & Son , Reavis &
Abbey , Wirth & Winterbottom ,
J. C , Tanner , A. G. Wanner , F.
13. Schmidt , W. L. White , Wahl
itParchen. Thanking you for
past favors we are , Yours respt
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WILL not a wedding soon
take place in your immediate
family circle or among your
friends ? If so , let us show
you what we can do for you
in the way of presents. We
feel confident we can please
regarding quality , style and price
We carry the best brands
of both Sterling Silver
and Plated Goods.
Every piece is finished in the
most artistic manner and is of
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The Old Reliable Jeweler