The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, April 07, 1911, Image 7

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I offer the 800 acres of improved land from this fa
mous stock ranch at a sacrifice because of the rapid
settling of file surrounding country. There is plenty
of water, bottom hay lands and timber. Practically
modern house, immense stables and sheds, all other
outbuildings, living water piped to house, barns and
corrals. An ideal cattle or hog ranch, close to ship
ping point and stock m vrket. Must Sell at once.
P. D. Gushard 8c Co.
Dealers in New and Second-hand Goods of All
Kinds. All kinds of Furniture Repairiug done.
Some bargains in Sewing Machines. Mr. Gush
ard has had 40 years experience in Brick, Stone, Ce
ment and Carpenter Work and will furnish estimate*
for either of these lines. LOCATION—3 doors west
of of Whitaker Bros.’s office. Give me a call.
18th Street between Stone and Chase Sts.
W e will show on our display tables TWENTY - ONE
patterns of Dinnerware, in Decorated and White and
Gold; the largest and best line ever shown in the coun
ty. Samples will be shown in ou<- south window
$11,00 to $40.00 per set
Plenty of Whiteware of the best and a full stock of Groc
Spring and Summer Rates
Special Excursion Rates to California: general basis $0<
on certain dates in April and May and daily from June to Se]>
tember; still' lower general basis of $."0 on certain dates ii
.June and July. General excursion basis to Portland, Seattle
$00 on certain dates in May and daily from June to September,
still lower general basis of $50 on certain dates in June am
July; $15 higher to include Shasta Route. Usual diverse
routes and stopover privileges. The tour of the Coast is the
world’s greatest railroad journey.
Yellowstone Park: Plan now a summer tour of this wonder
land. Ail kinds of excursion rates through Gardiner and Yel
lowstone gateways, also personally conducted camping tours
through Cody.
Big Horn Mountains: The resorts of this delightful regioi
near Sheridan and Thertnopolis are attracting a large volume
of tourist patronage. Send for special publication.
Colorado and Rocky Mountains: Usual popular suinmei
rates to Colorado and Utah cities and resorts. Send for Estes
Park booklet.
Get in touch with me and let me send you any of our publica
tions, “Colorado Hand Book. ' “Big Horn Resorts, ’ “Yellow
stone Park,” “Pacific Coast Tours.”
E, G. Whitford, Ticket Agent
L. W. WAKELEY, General Passenger Agent
Omaha, Nebraska
Quality Place
W. F. Butler <
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensvvare
and Notions, The famous Kirkendall shoe
our specialty. Highest market prices
for produce.
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
anfa ladies’ tailoring.
w. B. Butler
Barada :: :: :: Nebraska
Mrs. Joseph Surman has been
quite ill with lagrippe.
Robert Reddick returned last week
from Kansas City where ho has been
In the hospital for several weeks.
Miss Lela Butler now has on dis
play a fine line of pattern hats at
her millinery store on the second
floor of the Butler building. Miss
Butler lias been kept so busy during
the opening that she lias had to
call to her assistance Miss Audry
NVileman, who is aiding her in dress
making and tailoring.
Dr. Andrews was called to Verdon
last week in consultation with' Dr.
H. R. Miner.
Rev. 0"Neil of Prudum, Neb., who
preached at the Christian church last
week departed for his home Satur
Charles Wenz and wife were In
town Sunday.
A Sunday School has been organ
ized at the Cotcher school house
with W. P. Snodgrass as superintend
C. H. Martin was in Falls City last
Nellie Butler is nursing a broken
finger, the result of an accident in
playing basket ball.
Next Saturday and Sunday the first
quarterly conference for this charge
of the Evangelical church will be
held at Maple Grove.
Miss Bessie Surman was on the
sick list this week.
W. E. Whittington of Pacific Junc
tion, Iowa came down Friday to
join liis wife and little daughter,
who are visiting here.
R. N. Williams and family spent
Sunday in the country.
J. L. Clark and family departed the
first of the week for their new home
at Harrisburg, Neb. They carry
with them a host of good wishes for
success in their new home.
Dan Wamsley’s little son was on
the sick list Inst week.
Fred Koesch had a severe attack
of heart trouble Sunday,
Jesse Cox came down from Peru
for a short vacation.
Rev. Samuel Witty delivered two
masterful temperance addresses to
rowded houses on Thursday and Fri
day evenings of last week. Special
music had 'been prepared nad was
well rendered. Rev. Wlfty re
mained over Sunday, preaching at
* ho Christian chinch.
Miss Ilattic Lilly of Peru, who
spent, her vacation at her home near
Shubert visited the schools here
an Friday and remained for the lec
ture in the evening.
R. H. and Edward Slagle were the
■nests at tile home of J. A. Martin
Rudolph Falh r is suffering from n
evero abscess on his jaw.
Jas. Farmer came in from Kim
ble county last. Friday morning to
assist in caring for his mother.
Mrs. Ollie Ailor and daughter,Miss
'Ia?el, of Haddam, Kansas, came to
Stella last week to attend the func
il of little L'a.vton Teare. They re
nained for a short visit with rela
Miss Ella Fanner came down from
)maha Saturday night, on account of
he serious Illness of her grandnioth
t. She returned Sunday afternoon
is her work at the bank, would not.
permit of her staying longer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Swihart, who
have spent the winter visiting with
their children, in Colorado and Kan
as,. returned home last week. Mrs.
Swihart is in very poor health, hav
ing had the grip for about six weeks.
J. R. Cain, Jr. wet it. to Lincoln on
Miss Helen Baldwin of Falls City
■pent several days in Stella last
week, soliciting subscribers for tlie
Falls City Tribune.
Mrs. Will McDonough returned on
Saturday from Oklahoma, where site
was called by the serious sickness
o' a sister.
Mrs. Pearl Ilall and two children
who have been visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Culp, the past
week, returned to her homo at
Bancroft, Monday.
Miss Ninon Gentry is visiting with
friends in Lincoln this week.
J. M. Goodloe and A. Moritz went
to Lincoln Friday and drove home a
new Overland touring car for Mr
Moritz. He will use it in the
livery business,
Mrs. J. R. Cain went to Tecuin
soh Tuesday morning to attend the
district convention of the Christian
Mrs. Kelley of Bethany, state or
ganizer of the C. W. Ii. M. held a
leception at tile home of Mrs. J. R.
Cain. Monday afternoon and succeed
ed in organizing a C. \V. B. M. She
also preached at the Christian church
in the evening.
The declamatory contest, given
Monday evening by the pupils of the
high school, at the M. E. church was
greatly enjoyed by our citizens. Nine
contestants took part and each de
livered their part so well, that the
work of tin* j i* iiu .1 ,
I'iie gold medal whs awarded to Ml
Opal Monette, and tho siver medal
to Harry Pitman.
Mrs, Pricllla Farmer died Sun i
evening, April 2, 1911, at her ho
in Stella, at the age of almost tu
enty-one years She had been poo I.
for about six weeks, with grip, hie
not until the last two weeks was sin
bedfast, ami even then friends bail
great hopes of a speedy recovery
Hut owing to a complication of dis
eases, she grow worse rapidly froi
Thursday morning, when the family
were summoned. She leaves he
side her aged husband, two sons
Mack Farmer of Stella ami Janie;
Farmer of Kimble County, who wen
with her when the end came, Mr
end Mrs. Farmer have lived on a
farm near Stella for many years and
for the past eighteen months have
lived in Stella, having left the farm
on account of her failing health. Shi
bad many friends and was much
loved by her neighbors, who with
the family will miss her kindness
The funeral was held from tho Chris
tian church, conducted by Eldei
Sapp of Nemaha, and the remains
laid to rest in the Stella cemetery
We can only say, “God knows best
and doetli all things well.”
Lee McVey returned Saturday from
Havelock, where he has been work
ing in the H. and M. shops for th<
past two months.
Mrs. Samuel Hall and little dau
ghter spent a couple of days witl
relatives in Salem the first of the
Andy Anderson, Alva Clark, Jim
Ratekln, Newton Hosford, Dan Rate
kin and A. J. Hart attended I. O.
O. F. lodge in Falls City lust Friday.
Art Spore of Table Hock was a
Rulo visitor Friday night.
Bessie Anderson visited with rel
atives and friends at the Y Sat
inlay and Sunday.
Mesdames Thomas Heys and Fred
Steinhauer returned Sunday evening
from a visit with relatives at For
Mrs. J. L. Hopkins .spent a couple
of days last week with friends in
Thomas Winterbottom moved his
family from White Cloud to this city
the past week.
Verne True spent Sunday with
friends at Salem.
Grace Cronin was a Falls City
> i dt„i the last of th, week.
Mr. and Mrs. Olney Graham re
turned last week from Glen wood
Iowa, where they were visiting a sick
-iister. •
Fred Stewart and Andy Anderson
returned Sunday from a visit to
Table Rock and Wytnoro.
The Atchison freight had a wreck
Thursday night about eight miles
south of town. Two cars were de
railed. No one was hurt.
A house one mile south of town,
owned by Mrs. Hosford and occupied
by Evan Dunn was destroyed by
fire Wednesday, its contents were
also destroyed.
Vos Bunker of Missouri was a
Rulo visitor Saturday.
August Johnson spent Sunday with
I is family at Nebraska Citty.
Ed Gilbert and sister, Alta were
Falls City visitors Tuesday.
It. A. Terry of Lincoln was a Rulo
visitor the first of the week.
F. E. Kulp of Wymore was in Rulo
the first of the week.
Prof. A. li. Voegelein returned on
Sunday evening from the teachers
meeting at Nebraska City.
Mrs. Williams of Reserve visited
vith Rulo friends Thursday.
Rev. .f. L. Pickett returned Thurs
day front it trip through New Mex
Enin Mathers of Napier was a
Lcio visitor Friday.
iVv. Bernard Sproll spent a few
(hys last week in St. Joe.
Roy Williams, wife and baby spent
c. today with relatives at Forteseue.
Henry Majerus and family of
Kansas spent Sunday with relatives
in this city.
Rev. Gcick of this place left Sun
day for Canada, where he will remain
three months to live on his claim.
Mrs. I. A. Dunn and Miss Carrie
Dunn spent Saturday afternoon in
B. C. Duerfeldt and family spent
Sunday at the home of Philip Cam
Carrie Dunn spent Sunday with
Miss Verdie Wileman.
Jesse Dunn was a Shubert visitor
Jacob Arnold and wife spent Sun
day at Philip Camerons.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Llppold of
this place spent Sunday with G. W.
Wendell Gerwick spent Sunday wit
August Neimoller.
Bertha Duerfeldt was the guest of
her parents over Sunday.
On April 14, a field meet will take
place at District 23’s school house,
between Dist. 23 and the school
taught by Fred Rockwell. All are
Baking Powder
Absolutely Pure
The Only Baking Powder Made from Royal
Grape Cream of Tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum*
Chemists* tests have shown that a part ol the alnm Irom
biscuit made with an alum baking powder passes Into
tbe stomach, and that digestion Is retarded thereby.
Road tho label and make auro that your baking
powder la not mado front aluntm
invited to attend.
G. W. Duerfeldt was a Falla City
visitor Thursday.
Christ Madowso Is some better at
this writing.
Eugene Dunn was a pleasant call
er at the home of Win. Ooetz Mon
Funeral At Stella
Stella, March 111—Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Toare reached here yester
lay afternoon, bringing the body of
their only child, two years old, for
burial. They moved to Alberta, Can
ada. three years ago, and the child
lied last Sunday, after a short ill
ness with mealscs. Funeral ser
vices were held at the Christian
•lnirch here this afternoon.
Stella Wedding
Stella, March 111—Miss Blanche Hill
laughter of W. D. Hill of this place,
and Earl Hilly were married at Au
burn Wednesday.
Harrison Curtis and Meta Arga
UiigliL vuiv manic d at the home of
the bride's aunt in Auburn. The
young couple will reside on a farm
iw'o miles north ol town.
Sunny Slope Kensington
The Sunny Slope kenslngton met
with Mrs. Ross Will Wednesday af
ternoon, March 29th. There was a
good attendance and the afternoon
was devoted to needlework and
music. Officers for the next six
months were elected, after which the
hostess served dainty "refreshments.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. II. E. Will. April
| 12th.
Main Street A Scene cf Activity
The streets of Falls City look 1 ik<■
the catacombs, the causes being
numerous, excavations for the pur
pose of making connection with water
mains, etc., before1 the paving is laid.
This is a wise move on the part of
those who need water, as the incon
venience of raising the paving and
then getting it down properly is
easy to see. With great piles of
paving brick in sight, all the time,
the main streets look more or less
disreputable—but we wait patiently
for the time when our automobile
can glide slowly along over smooth
level pavements, the enjoyment of
Presbyterian Church Notes
After a most thorough ventilation
of the system and a canvas of sen
timent the one budget system of fin
ance- has been adopted by our peo
ple with enthusiasm.
The finance board has examined
and approved the whole budget for
the church year beginning April 1,
and <a thorough canvas of our people
will now be made in order to im
part information on the plan.
Everybody get ready for the Bible
School hour tomorrow morning 9:45
Let us begin the day promptly and
all together. This will put us in
a good frame of mind for the cele
bration of the Holy communion at
11:00 o'clock. Our Master said“Do
this in remembrance of Me.” and we
will show our love and active loyal
ty to Him by obliging His last will
and testament.
In the evening we will have a
song service and a sermon by the
pastor. All our services are open
to the public and a most cordial wel
come is offered to all. —R. Cooper
Hailey, I’astor.
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Baes Ball Fans Decide to Raise Fund
To Maintain Good Playing
Flattsmoutli, i^prll l—At a meet
ing of the men interested In base
ball last night an organization was
tffected with the following men
named as officers:'
President—Thomas Walling.
Treasurer—Hi N. Dovey.
Secretary—It. M. Schlaes.
Manager—Ed Bratner. ,
It was decided to raise a fund of
$500 with which to supplement tho
gate receipts In paying players and
batteries. A committee to raiso
I he subscription was appointed. Last
season Flattsmoutli bad a good team
and It Is expected the present or
• anlzatlon will excel the record
of last "year.
Prof. C. K. Huist of fnis City De
livered An Address at Nebras
ka City Yesterday
Nebraska City—March 51— The
eighteenth annual session of tho
Southeastern Educational association
to being held in this city and there
is a large attendance. Teachers
are lo re in large numbers and are be
mg cared for by the citizens In gen
eral. The session yesterday after
noon was held in the Baptist ’church
and Chancellor S. K. Avery of tho
-'tale University and Prof. 10. K.
Hurst of Kalis City delivered able ad
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World'® Pure Food Exposition.
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