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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1911)
The County in General
I he “Doings” of our Country Friends
Miss Anna Gerwiek lias been on
the sick list for the past week.
Grandma Schultz was taken sud
denly ill Friday. She is some bet
ter at this writing.
Henry, Ralph and Edna Butler
spent Sunday in Rarada.
1. A. Dunn spent Sunday with N.
E. E. Butler and wife spent Sun
day with Frank Butler.
Prayer meeting will be held at
the home of 1. A. Dunn Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fink spent
Sunday at Wendell Berwick's.
The Von school closed Friday. Miss
Coleman has had a very successful
Frances Kniseley spent Sunday at
tb* Cox home in Ilarada.
Mrs. Jacob Wissinger gave a
quilting to her many friends last
Mrs. Rudolph Faller gave a dance
in honor of her brother, Ed Luhn,
of Grand Island last Wednesday nigh*
Miss Ella Wissinger invited sev
eral of her girl friends to a quilting
last Wednesday and in the evening
several young men gathered at her
heme for the purpose of having a
party. A gcod time is reported by
John Constantine was a Falls City
A few friends gathered at the
borne of George Arnold and surpris
ed Win. Karst in honor of his twen
ty-third birthday, February 17. The
evening was spent in dancing.
Miss Carrie Dunn spent Sunday
with Verdie Williamson in Ilarada.
Mrs. Moore of St. Joe visited^ at
the home of Mrs. Wes Coupe last
Mrs. Harriet Cooney, who has been
visiting Mrs. Winterbottom, left to
visit a daughter in St. Louis, before
returning to her home in California.
Mrs. Joe McVey and three child
ren of Havelock, who have spent the
past ten days with relatives in this
city, returned to their home Sunday
Mr. Chesnut was on the sick list
several days last week.
lied Bunker of Missouri was a Ku
lo visitor Sunday.
Carl Shepherd of St. Joseph is
visiting with relatives in Rulo.
Miss Theresa Russell and Earl
Steinhauer were married in Falls
City Saturday. Friends offer con
Mr. and Mrs Henry Scott and lit
tle son are visiting with relatives at
Ed Gilbert was a Falls City visitor
Lee McVey went to Havelock Sun
day, where he has secured work jn
Hope Ward came home front Tar
kio, Saturday, for a few days visit
with home folks.
J. A. Hinkle spent several days in
Kansas City the first of the week.
Frank Dempsey of Preston was a
Rulo visitor the first of the week.
Floyd Long went to Kansas Thurs
day to work on a farm.
Mrs. Frank Thomas and little
daughter returned to their home in ]
Lincoln Thursday after a six weeks
visit with relatives in Rulo.
John Dunn moved the last of the:
week from the Plante farm to the I
Newton Hosford farm south of town
Mrs. J. A. Osborne and little son
were shopping in St. Joseph Satur
John Ivanaly spent last ween in
Falls City on the jury.
Mrs. Frank Gage went to Lincoln
Saturday for a visit to relatives.
Charles Maze and wife moved to
their farm west of Rulo the latter
part of the week.
Mr. Pangburn of Tecumseh visited
with her son Paul and family in Rulo
The young men’s Sunday School
class gave a supper in the Carpen
ter building Friday night. which
netted them a nice sum for their
A. D. Larabee of Preston visited
with liis parents in Rulo Sunday.
Pete Frederick was an Atchison
Gus Johnson was a business visit
or.in White Cloud Friday.
Mrs. Claude Yocamb of Falls City
visited with her mother, Mrs. Aik
man, a couple of days last week.
Bessie Anderson came in from the
country and remained over Sunday
with home folks.
A dance was given in Hosford's
hall Friday night. A good sized
crowd was in attendance.
Miss Grace Cronin entertained the
V. I. G. Club one evening last week.
The evening was spent in guessing
contests and other very interesting
games. .A two Course supper was
served, the tables living decorated
in the national colors in keeping
with Washington’s birthdiy. The
place cards were tiny gilt hatchets,
Miss Essie Marsh was a guest of
John Bauman of Fargo was a
Itulo visitor one day last week.
Mrs. Mary Motter returned to her
home in Denver Sunday.
Emma Shepherd left for Kansas
City last week, from there she will
go to Wakeeny, Kas., where she
has employment in a millinery store.
A number of Rulo friends sent
post cards to Mrs. Addie French at
Patakola, Ohio, to make glad her
Miss Hines of Iowa visited with
friends in this vicinity last week.
Dr. S. H. Andrews has been on the
sick list, for the past week.
Jesse Cox was down from Peru
and spent Sunday with home folks.
R. Coe of Stella has been in
lewn far tlie past week in the in
terest of the W. O. W.
Maggie Fuller visited last week
with the Misses Butler and other
friends at Barada.
Edward Slagle is visiting in Hub
bel, Neb., with relatives, having
taken a car through for his uncle.
Floyd Hendricks and wife and
Mrs. James Stephenson were guests
at the hpme o Benj. Randall on
Mrs. Mable Nelson and little son,
Norman of Davenport, Neb., are vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Wm. Kuker purchased the C. V.
Cox residence property on Forest
Ave., for $1,600. He will remove
thereto March 1st.
Misses Hansen and Dodds enter
tained at dinner Sunday Misses Kitty
and Lela Butler and Misses Harley,
Henry and Ralph Butler.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Slagle were en
tertained at an oyster supper on
Saturday evening at the home of
Mrs. Iva Cline, before their depart
ure for llubbell, Neb.
We are glad to note that Mrs. Wm.
Koso is entirely recovered from an
operation performed by Dr. S. A.
Van Osdei on February 19, owing to
an abscess in her side.
E. E. Butler and family will
leave in the near future for their
new home at Hebron. Mr. Butler
sold that part of his propelty known
as the Parchen place to Ed Ege and
the home place was purchased by
VVhilaker Bros, of Falls City.
J. W. Warren of Farragut, Iowa
was in town Friday and rented rooms
in the Martin building and will put
in a barber chair and bath. He will
return in a couple of weeks. He will
also engage in Chicken raising, hav
ing secured lots therefor.
Miss Louisa Kuhlman on Friday
closed a most successful term of
school in Dist. No. 1. Although
this is Miss Louise's first year of
teachin , she has given entire sat
isfaction end the district is anxious
to secure her services another year.
The.Ladies Aid Society met on
Wednesday of this week with Mrs.
I. A. Dunn at her home southeast
of town and a very pleasant and
profitable day was passed. The
ladies will serve lunch at E. E. But
ler's sale, Wednesday, March 8.
Mrs. Henrietta Ituch and Mrs.
Olive Kulcer this week made an ex
change of property whereby Mrs.
Kuker secures Mrs. Ruch's residence
property in Falls City and Mrs. Ruch
the cottage on ‘lie corner of Second
St. and Plcasan View Ave. We
are not informed as to terms of ex
On Sunday evening the C. E. So
ciety chose up for a contest of
three months work in the vital de
velopment of the Society to its best
possible standard. The losing side
to entertain the winners at the
close of the contest. One division
has chosen white for its color and
the other blue and much interest
seems to be manifested.
Mrs. Wm. Culp is quite sick this
week with the measles.
Max Keefer and wife are visiting
this week with relatives in Lincoln.
It is reported several frnailies in
(he Prairie Union neighborhood have
Mrs. S. R. Freed is enjoying a
visit from a nephew, whom site lias
not seen for over 20 years
Mrs. Lizzie Shiley is quite sick
with pneumonia. Her sister, Mrs.
Martha Weaver is earing for her.
Mins Hazel Wixon has recovered
from measles and is in school again
A 2. I'aldwin left Monday evening
for Reel Cloud after a week at home
v.it! his family.
The gospel meetings at the Chris
tian church, clascd Sunday evening
with twelve additions to the church.
James Morris had a stock sale at
his farm last week and will move
his family to Falls City in the near
Frank Wolf went to Falls City Sat
urday evening to undergo an opera
tion for appendicitis. We hope for
hint a speedy recovery.
Webster Cook and wife returned oil
Sunday from a two months visit in
Illinois and took possession of the
Overman hotel Wednesday.
Miss Iva Chaney has been quite
sick the past week. Miss Sybil Mann
is filling her place at the central
Miss Mable James spent last week
in St. Joe at the wholesale millinery
store, selecting her spring stock of
Mrs. J. L, Slocum and daughter,
Mrs. H. M. Jenhe of Falls City visit
ed Mrs. K. Wheeler and Mrs. G. L.
Slocum the first of the week.
Miss Willa Henderson has been
suffering the past three weeks with
a sore heel caused from a large shoe.
She Is still unable to walk around.
Mr. Edwards, who lias had charge
of tl>e Overman hotel for the past S
months, loaded a car Tuesday and
moved his family to Omaha. We re
gret very much to lose them from our
Mr. and Mrs. it. t’ritts of ElKeno,
Okla., arrived last Saturday for a
short visit with their son, William
and wife. They have been in Penn.,
for the past two months and are on
their way home.
Mrs. Sapp came over from Ne
maha last Tuesday and visited with
her husband and getting acquainted
with Stella people. She remained
until the close of the meetings and
botli went home Monday afternoon.
Mrs. amjes Freeder and little son,
James, visited Stella friends a few
days last week while Mr. Freeder
was moving their household goods to
Omaha, where they will make, their
home. They have been living in
Auburn for the past two years.
Mrs. Mary Jones, who has been
with her daughter, Mrs. Noah Mc
Dowell of Red Cloud, since last Octo
ber, returned to Stella last Sunday
and is at. the home of her daughter,
Mrs. John Henderson. She expects
to go to housekeeping again in a
few days in her houte east of
A Junior Endeavor Social
The Junior Endeavorers of the Pres
byterian church gave a Washington
Birthday Bocial in the church base
ment, Wednesday afternoon. Each
child brought as many pennies hb it
was years old. Something oyer four
dollars was realized in this manner.
Light refreshments were served. One
of the features of the afternoon was a
huge birthday cake set with many
candles, all of which were lighted
for the children. A very good time
MANY ENTERTAINMENTS AND SO
Daily Social Events Civen By Indi
viduals, Clubs, Churches
A very pleasant evening was spent
at the home of Miss Bessie Bohrer,
Tuesday, when a shower was given
for Miss Josio Gilroy, who will be
married tonight at eight o’clock.
About fifteen young ladies were pres
ent. Many appropriate games were
played and the evening was filled
wi'1 many and varied entertainments
At a late hour refreshments were
served and the young ladies retir
ed to their homes. One of the fea
tures of the evening was a huge
white wedding cake containing many
hidih n treasures. Much fun was
had when the cake was cut and sev
eral young ladies were disappointed
because there were not more rings.
Miss Gilroy received many useful
Mrs. Cade and Mrs. J. A. liitl are
giving a Washington birthday party
today at the homo of the former for
the members of the W. K. C. and a
few invited friends.
The Knights of Columbus ga\e a
smoke • after their meeting laut
night. There were i non seventy five
j present, several of whom were out of
town guests. Almost the full mem
bership of the lodge was present.
Cards were one of the features of
Miss Anna Mason entertained the
Five W’s at her home on Harlan
j Street last night. There were guest
for three tables prreseiit. Whist was
the favored game of the evening.
Miss Rornona Wilcox won the highest
honors and carried off the prize, a
lovely hand painted creamer. Miss
Maybclle I’otoet won the booby prize,
and was consoled with a lovely paint
ing in water colors. At a Hate hour
delicious refreshments were served.
Music and dancing were also enjoyed.
The guests departed, voting Miss
Mason a royal entertainer.
The members of the W. R. C.
enjoyed themselves yesterday after
noon at the G. A. R. hall. They
entertained in the form of a “tacky
party” and many characters were
decidedly comical. The merriment
continued until five o'clock when n
fine supper was served.
The Missts i’atzman and Mes
dames Will Sthmelzel and Will
Crook entertained the Methodist
Young Ladies Kensington at the
home of Mrs. Will Crook Tuesday ev
ening. There were about fifty
ladies present and a very pleasant
evening is reported. Elegant re
freshments were served at a late
Miss Mildred Holland entertained
Kaffee Klateh tit In r home Tues
day afternoon. All the members
were present. Miss Holland served
dainty refreshments late in the
afternoon. Miss Grown was a guest
of tile club. A very nice time is
The tea given by the Hpiscopal
ladies at the home of Mrs. T. L.
Himmelreieh on North Stone street
Tuesday evening was a splendid suc
cess. A large crowd was present and
between $2r> and $'10 was taken in.
Mrs. R. A. Dittmar entertained a
few friends informally Wednesday ev
ening for Mrs. Varner of Beloit, Kan.,
Guests for two table's were present
and enjoyed the evening playing auc
tion bridge. The honors were quite
evenly divided. Lovely refreshments
were served by the hostess at eleven
o’clock alter which the ladies return
ed to their homes havjng passed the
time most pleasantly.
The offering for both morning and
evening services will be given to the
Board of Church Krection and we
give an inspiration address. Dr.
Turner is conceded to be one of the
best platform orators of the state and
is always a leading and important
factor in the State and National As
sociation meetings. We will have a
great treat for next Sunday morn
In the evening Mr. V. G. Lyford,
will give his address on The Better
Falls City from the standpoint of a
merchant. These addresses have con
stantly grown in power and interest j
and Mr. Lyford will surely have some,
thing well worth while to say and
he always says things with splendid
enthusiasm. Don’t miss this speech.
A cordial welcome to all. Come and
help us work for a better city and
j community. R. Cooper Bailey, I’astor
COURT ADJOURNED UNTIL THE
30TH OF MARCH
Two Marriage License Issued—Sev
eral Cases Diiposed of And
John \V. Leatheruian, Huuiholdt. u2,
and Mrs, Ida Brown, Humboldt, 41,
received marriage Recuse today.
A marriage license was issued to
Charlotte Del Nations, 18 and Leo
Stun'.bo, Falla City, 19.
In the partition ease of ^line vs
Cline, the objections were filed to
the sale made yestc rday. Object
ions were sustained by the court and
a re sale ordered.
In the case of the Forney parti
tion, the sale was confirmed and the
in the case of the State vs. Roberts
the motion for new trial was over
ruled 'and the defendant was sen
tenced to two years in the peni
In the case of Perry Pollard vs.
Drainage Diet. No. 2. Verdict of
$1,100 in favor of plaintiff.
Judge Pemberton adjourned court,
to meat March 30, 1911.
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have been in the coffee business for more
than 40 years and have always stood for qual
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Chas. M Wilson
w K. DOlUtlNUTON, Yr*». W. A. GtiKKNYVAM), Gasbier
T. J. GIST, HUY I* GHKKNW AM), Ahm*i Gtt*lii«r
Falls City State Bank
('upitiil ami Surplus, $70,IHNUN>
This Bank Wants Your Patronage
P gy a a < |£ a It is a strong conservative and ac.
cotnodatiny institution operated
under the Banking' Laws of the State of Nebraska.
•'k g a I* is a crowing, modern and up to
date bank appreciates your busi
ness and looks after it's patrons interests.
<r a It welcomes the accounts and busi
lu.ss of the small as well as the
lar^e depositor and borrower.
|qa It welcomes the accounts of Wo
men and Children as well as
Men and pays interest on Saving Accounts of the Child
ren and Interest on Time Deposits of “Uiy Polks." I
W. F. Butler
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware
and Notions. The famous Kirkendall shoe
our specialty. Highest market prices
An exceptionally fine stock, all new goods.
Swell spring hats just arriving. Miss Lei
ta Butler in charge of this department. Al
so special attention given to dress-making
and ladies’ tailoring.
W. B. Butler
Barada :: :: :: Nebraska
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