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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1911)
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware
and Notions. The famous Kirkendali 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
W. E. DORRINGTON, Pres. W. A. GREENWAL1), Cashier
T. J. GIST, Vice-l’res. GUY P G UEENWAI.l), Ass't 1'aahier
Falls City State Bank
Capital anti Surplus, $70,(XHJ.00
This Bank Wants Your Patronage
53. 1 ICO I* a strong conservative and ac.
DvvOUdv comodating institution operated
under the Banking Laws of the State of Nebraska.
It is a growing, modern and up-to
date bank appreciates your busi
ness and looks after it’s patrons interests.
IP* jP* I ICO It welcomes the accounts and busi
DvvdUwV ness of the small as well as the
large depositor and borrower. •
lt welcomes tiie accounts of Wo
Cx1*1£5O men and Children as well as
lYlen and pays interest on Siiving Accounts of the Child
ren and Interest on Time Deposits of “Big Folks,"
Sprang and Summer Rates
Special Excursion Rates to California: general basis $60
on certain dates in April and May and daily from June to Sep
tember: still lower general basis of £'><> on certain dates in
June and July. General excursion basis to Portland, Seattle,
Slid on certain dates in May and daily from June to September;
stiU lower general basis of $f>0 on certain dates in June and
July; si,') 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. All kinds of excursion rates through Gardiner and Yel
lowstone gateways, also personally conducted camping tours
Big Horn Mountains: The resorts of this delightful region
near Sheridan and Thermopolis are attracting a large volume
of tourist patronage. Send for special publication.
Colorado and Rocky Mountains: Usual popular summer
rates to Colorado and Utah cities and resorts. Send for Estes
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
SPECIAL SALE !
3 Star Tumblers, 3 Star Pitchers and Hand
Painted B. and B. Plates.
:! Star Tumblers, liylit bottoms, lac values for 10c each
:: Star Tumblers, heavy bottoms, 20c values for |5c each
Star Pitchers, SI.2a values for - 75c each
Genuine Hand Painted Bread and Butter
Plates, SI.00 values for 75c each
Buy v.ll you want at these prices. See them
in the south window at
Chas. M. Wilson’s
Subscribe for the Daily
Tribune. $2.50 per year
Tlu* ruin Wednesday, although
accompanied by hail, was of greal
benefit to the growing crops, J
about on.- inch of wafer 1'. 11 in
Earl Colson is quite ill at bis
borne with appendicitis. Dr. Geo.
Gandy of Humboldt was called.
The storm Wednesday eveuing
caused considerbale damage in
and south of this section of the
country, taking the nature of a
cyclone, and striking just south
of DuBois. where it damaged a
church and also destroyed sev
jerul small buildings.
The German church on Four
Mile seemed to be in the cyclone
path, it being blown from the
foundation and was so badly
wrecked that it is thought will
have to be rebuilt. Mrs. Samuel
Beutler Sr's, farm was the next
on the path of the storm, which
was badly damaged. Fruit trees
were uprooted, wind mill blown
down and buildings moved from
The orchard belonging to the
Gunzenhauser Bros, was badly
The Hazel Dell School from
west, of Barada met the Will in nis
,ille school at their grounds on
Friday for the purpose of con
testing in running, jumping and
playing hall. A fine* dinner was
served by the ladies of the com
munity and ice cream was furnish
ed by Francis Kinsley, teacher of
Williamsville school. The score
in the ball game stood 8 to 10 in
favor of Williamsville. The field
meet was won by Williamsville,
who was 25 points in tho lead.
John Constantine sold his hogs
Verdie Williamson spent Fri
day with Miss Carrie Dunn.
I. A. Dunn marketed a load of
hogs at Falls City last week.
Jesse Dunn was busy taking
natures Friday at the field meet
ie also took a picture of the
Mrs Conrad Cerdas, Miss Ha
zel Dunn came from Barada to
■see the field meet Friday.
Frederick Ron eh, aged 71 died
.f heart failure Tuesday after
noon while sitting in his chair
m the house alone. A physician
was called as soon as he was
found unconscious, but was stiff
and cold before the doctor arriv
ed. He leaves a wife and three
children to mourn for him. lie
was buried at Williamsville on
Thursday. The family have the
sympathy of a host of friends.
Ray Hicks and wife contem
plate moving to Pawnee City in
the near future.
Rev. Spalding, formerly of New;
York, arrived in this city Satur
day to take up his work as pas
tor of the Baptist church.
Elmer Woods was a 'Fable Roc
Mrs. tlohn Laner of Wymore
spent Sunday with friends in this
G. L. Cooper transacted busi
ness in St. Joe Wednesday.
Mrs. C. J. Hoppe and little
son are visiting with relatives in
Rev. K. ,J. Cardy and G. IF.
Gillan attended the Presbytery
held in Falls City Monday.
The Cantata rendered F>y the
Presbyterian choir Sunday even
ing was especially good and en
joyed hy a large crowd.
The Linger Longer club met
with Mrs. A. IF. Fellers Wednes
T B. Pope of Burchard attend
ed to business in this city Mon
Mrs. Grace Ilnizda of Taldc
Rock spent Sunday with her par
ents. Wm. Veits and wife.
Miron Woods of Pawnee City
attended to business here Mon
Mrs. A1 Shaffer was a passen
ger to Falls City Wednesday,
j Dr. Howard Starns was called
to llubbcll Wednesday on profes
Mrs. E. A. Litchfield return
id the last of the week from a
few days spent with her sister,
who is very ill.
J. K. Liggett came over from
Pawnee City and spent Sunday
i willi home folks.
Vernie flicks and family moved
to this city Friday from Falls
City. Mr. Ilicks has accepted a
position in Sherman’s restau
Charles (ioddard aud family
moved this week to the Jones
property in the east part of town.
Miss Faye Sanford from near
Auburn was a Humboldt visitor
he last of the week.
Col. M. W. Harding departed
Vednesilay for a visit ■ with his
ather at Belvidere, 111.
Beulah McConnel from near
Dawson spent Sunday with Miss
Rudolph Kovauda of the state
iniversity spent the first of the
week at the home of his uncle
lames Jlnizda and family.
George Smith of Lincoln spent
the first of the week with Hum
Irvin Shirley and wife were
Lincoln visitors the last of the
Yrtliur Gergens returned Friday
‘tom a business trip to Omaha.
Mrs. John Bocck was a Falls
hty visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. Amy Smart returned on
-iinday from Riverton, Nebraska
vhere she had been called by
he death of her brother-in-law.
K. Wade of Lincoln is visiting
at the home of George Sailors.
Dr. Teeter of St. Joe will have
charge of Dr. VanOsdol’s prac
tice during the next two months
during which time the latter will
visit his parents nd relatives in
Dakota. Dr. Teeter’s family of
St. Joe came up to join him on
On Friday evening the last of
a series of medal contests were
held at the brick school house.
The medal was awarded to Olive
Mr. Scott and wife Goldie Mil
ler of Morrill, Neb., were visiting
at the home of the Scott boys
the first of the week.
Dr. Andrews made a business
trip to Hiawatha Monday after
Mrs. James Tillman is quite ill
Chris Madowsc has a severe
attack of inflamatory rheumatism
A large company of invited
guests spent Saturday evening
at the home of Herman Ludwig.
"Wm. Surinan was a Shubert vis
D. F. Spickler was in Omaha
Olis Spickler and wile depart
ed Friday for their home at
Council Bluffs after an extended
visit with relatives. From there
i hoy expect to go to South Dako
ta to make their future home.
R. II. Dunn and family spent
Sunday at the home of C'. H.
Jesse ( ox came down ! rora
Peru Thursday evening to be on
hand for the field meet held at
the brick school house Friday,
where he acted as umpire.
Win. Bollman accompanied his
vii'e to St. Joe last week where
she will remain to undergo an
Charles Wcnz and wife were in
l Sara da Sunday.
< . 11. Hendricks returned last
week from a visit at Verdon with
his daughter, Mis. W. Dean.
Henry Majerus and family of
Kansas spent Sunday with rela
tives in Rulo.
George Coon of Salem came
down in his auto Sunday.
Mrs. Mollie Otis, the only sister
of Olney Graham, died at the
l ome of her brother in this city,
Monday. She had been in poor
health for «omp tjme and was
brought to Kulo three weeks ago,
where loving hands have eared
for her. Tuesday morning Mr.
Graham and her only son, Grant
Otis accompanied the remains to
her old home in Glonwood, Iowa,
to be laid beside her husband wlo
died a few years ago. The be
reaved ones have the sympathy of
a host of friends.
E. K. Graves, one of Kulo'ft pio
neers died on Monday and the i'u
ncrul was held Tuesday. Out of
nine children only four are living
His wife passed away several,
years ago. He was a briekmaker
and many years ago was very act'
ively engaged in that work in tlii
section. The children living are
Sam of Kansas City, Charley of
Los Angeles, Wash of Humboldt
and will of this city. Only Wash
and Will were able to attend the
Will Shepherd came down Irom
the State University Friday to
spend his Easter vacation at home
l'Yank Vanvaulkenberg was a
St. Joe passenger Monday.
Carrie and Ida Neilzel of Pres
ton were Rulo visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Brown was a Falls
City visitor Thursday.
I John Mann of White Cloud vis
ited with relatives in Rulo a few
days last week.
Mrs. Will Inks and baby of
Salem were Rulo visitors Sunday.
James Maddox of Preston was
a Rulo visitor Sunday.
Ray Bird of Mound City spent
a few days last week with friends
Mrs. Adeline Seott returned on
Tuesday to her home near Hiawa
tha. Saturday evening a number
of her old friends spent the
evening with her in honor of her
I0th birthday. The evening was
pleasantly spent with games and
conversation, and was voted a
very enjoyable evening.
Miss Ruth lvanaly is working
in the Wittroek millinery store in
F. E. Kul]) of Wymore was a
Rulo visitor Friday.
Vaughn McVey of Lineoln is
in the city visiting his mother,
lie has visited relatives in St,.
Tom White of Pawnee was a
Rulo visitor a few days last week.
Floyd Long came over from
Kansas Thursday for a visit
with relatives in Rulo.
J. A. Osborne, was a Falls City
Harry Fry returned to him horn
in St. Joe Wednesday after a
three weeks visit, with his aunt,
Mrs. Frank Bingham.
Miss Mamie Cox of St. Joseph
spent Sunday with Rulo friends.
Tom White of Pawnee visited
old friends here a few days last
Frank Dcmpsy of Preston was
a Rulo visitor Saturday evening.
Mrs. Enoch Seigler was a Fall
City visitor Thursday.
Will Harding of Salem visited
with relatives in Rulo the first
of the week.
Dolph Pierce made a trip to
White Cloud Sunday.
Jack Goolsby visited witth rel
atives in Missouri Sunday.
Tomy Asher of Kansas was a
Rulo visitor the last of the week.
Mrs. M. A. True and little son,
who have spent the past two
months with Salem relatives, re
turned home Sunday. Her health
has not seemed to improve any.
John Hinkle wife and daughter
of Forteseue visited with his son
and family in Rulo the first of
Mrs. J. L. Hopkins was an At
chison visitor Saturday.
L. B. Lyman of Wymore was a
Mr. Everling of Lincoln was in
Rulo on business last week.
ltev. aiul Mrs. llarrol are en
joying a visit from the latter's
parents from Murdock.
Mrs. Harriett Otto of Verdon
visited Mrs. Martha Weaver the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scoville,
were both quite sick last week.
Levi Chauey is ugain able to be
up town [in illness of about
Christian church. Two years ag
the ladies made more tliau 1J5
sunhotiucts from screen wire, be
sides aa number of quilted and
matt iug bonnets.
Rev. Hinkle of I'uadillu at
tended conference here the first
I of the week. He was accompan
ied by his daughter, Miss Grace,
who visited her old school mates
Mr. Hinkle was the pastor here
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Swan and
little son Robert of Maleom are
visiting Mrs. Swan’s mother,
Mrs. Anna Shellonberger.
.Miss May Shrimplon of Saleir
visited Mrs. Ifarrol the first of
ilie week and attended the Meth
Easter services were observed
at both the Lutheran and Bap
tist churches Sunday.
Howard and Miss Alma Blas
ter came home from Lincoln the
middle of last, week to spend the
Easter vacation with home folks.
Mrs. .1. I'1. Elehert who has
I been bedfast for the past three
weeks was able to go to the Over
■ man to Easter dinner.
J. M. (toodloc and family were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tol
ly and in the afternoon all drove
south of town to view the work
I of the cyclone.
About 100 of our citizens drove
to the home of (leo. llelmiek on
Sunday to view the wreckage of
Mrs. (1. F. Ailor and Miss Car
metta drove to Auburn Monday,
to visit a few clays with Mrs.
Eva Ailor amid children.
Miss Katherine Milroy of Oma
ha visited last week with her sis
ier, Mrs. II. M. Hu.yas.
S. . Freed, one of Stella's old
est residents died suddenly Mon
day evening of heart failure. He
had been as well as usuaal . and
worked in his garden during the
day, and was up town not more
than half an hour before he died.
He leaves a wife, one daughter,
Mrs. Viola Hays and one son,
Will of California. No arrange
ments haave been made for the
The Southeastern Nebraska
district convention of the M. E.
church convened at Stella Mon
day afternoon and Tuesday. The
attendance was good but not
nearly what was expected. How
ever a splendid program was car
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