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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1911)
Our line of Summer Wash Goods this
Spring is by far the largest we have
ever offered you. It includes all the new
weaves shown this season. Read the
list of new novelties, then step in and
let us show you the goods.
Cnnvnaht lvOV b» C. K. Zimmerman C0.--N0. 4 .
Marquisette De Paris, with side bands - - . . 25c a yard
Side Band Primrose Batiste, all colors - . . I5C a yard
Rayon De Organdie, one of the latest, at - . . 25c a yard
The old standby, Egyptian Tissue in all shades - . . 25c a yard
Art Woven Floral Silk 40c, Vassar Flouncing - 25c a yard
The new Voile Francaisse, in four new shades - . 50c a yard
Marquisette De Soie 40c, Tissue De Nile - . 25c a yard
And the latest of all Wash Goods, Dimity Silk Voile, at - _ 25c a yard
Also a big line of Striped and Small Figured P'laxon at . 20c a yard
Exclusivs selling agent for Anderson Scotch Zephyrs, made in Scotland, and warranted fast colors 25c a yard
These goods along with a lot of others can be found only at
NEW DAYLIGHT STORE
GUARD YOUR TEETH,
set a sentinel over them, to
see that they are properly car
OUR DENTAL SERVICES
are inexpensive and wo know
what is required for the pre
servation of your teeth.
MAKE YOUR TEETH HEALTH
FUL AT A MINIMUM COST
by employing us for your den
Dr. Yutzy, Dr. C. E. Heffner, Falls City, Nebraska
John Kniialy made a businest
trip to Falls City Monday.
Fete Ewong was an Omaha
visitor the first of the week.
J. Dixon of Chicago was a
business visitor in Rulo Monday.
Mr«. Kamo.) Hall and little
daughter wen shopping in Falls
Citv last Friday.
J. W. Hawkins was a Kt. Jo
seph visitor a few days last
J. L. Hopkins moved into his
ne'v.y purchased home last week.
Mr. Chesnut finished painting
Dr. Henderson’s residence Fri
day, and is now painting for Ed.
Hilbert in the country.
Mr. and Mrs. R. I). Laraby
were visiting relatives in Pres
ton th e fir-1 of the week.
Rallb Jones and family and
Rob Mullins and family came in
from Arkansas Monday. Old
flic) ardson s good enough for
them from now on.
Mmnie Arnold was the guest
of Pearl Anderson several days
Mrs. Arthui Dawean and child
ren are spending the week with
relatives near Falls City.
Giandma Anderson visited with
relatives at Hiawathin a couple
of days last week.
Fred Jarrott who is with the
York team, visited with his par
ents last we< k.
Myrtle McCune left for Ful
ton, Mo., Tuesday.
Talbut Hinkle returned Thurs
day from a two days trip to Lin
Sheriff Fenton made a busi
ness trip to Kulo Sunday morn
]Yill King was a Rulo visitor
tlie last ol‘ tin week.
Ed. Earlier of Reserve was a
business visitor in Rulo one day
Howard Moore of Chillicothe,
was the guest of his sister, Mrs.
Ewing Ward, last week.
Fus Johnson eanie in from
Atchison Thursday night with
his painting gang, they left the
same night for Nemaha City, to
paint a bridge at that place.
•I. A. Osborne and family were
Kails City visitors last Friday.
Leone Gilbert spent Saturday
and Sunday with her uncle John
Voting and family at the Y.
Hattie Hart was a Falls City
visitor Monday afternoon.
Gpal Hays returned Sunday
afternoon from a weeks visit
with realtives in Missouri.
The Holiness have been holding
a revival at their church the
Mrs. George Fischer was a
Rulo business visitor one day last
Mr. and Mis. Garnett Wilson,
of Reserve, Kansas were Rulo
visitors the first of the week.
Miss Hope Ward of Tarkio
visited several days with home
folks last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cla rence Simon
of Chillieotlie, Mo., are visiting
numerous relatives in Rulo.
Mrs. .Toe Frorncy and two
children of Falls City visited
with her father the first of the
Mrs. Charlie Hall and two
week with relatives in Salem,
children spent a part, of last
Free] Rail spent several days
last week with relatives in Lin
Mrs. George Taylor spent last
week with relatives in Atchison.
IT. TV TTinten of Falls City was
transacting business in Kulo last
Andy Anderson was a St. Jo
seph visitor a few days last week.
Dan Fickle of Falls City spent
a few days hero the last of the
F. K. Kulp of Wymoro was a
business visitor in our city a
few days last week.
Leonard Simon of Preston was
a Rulo visitor Wednesday.
Wayde Hawkins left Sunday
afternoon for a two months va
cation among several cities of
Dr. and Mrs. Henderson, Mr.
and Mrs. \V. .T. Cunningham,!
Mr. and Mrs S. W. Cunningham!
and D. B. Ratekin were Falls,
City visitors Monday.
WOMEN ’3 CLUB MEETS
The Woman's Hub held the
his) meeting of the season with
'lis. K. A. Dittman Tuesday af
ernoon. There were forty-live
I idies present. The out-of-town
guests were Miss Helen Davies
of Townndda, lVnu., Miss Miller,
T Kansas City and Miss Verdi
■•vige of St. Louis. The program
opened \\ ith an enjoyable vocal
olo by Airs. (Jrant Sperry, en
titled "(Jay little Dandelion.”
Airs. 1'Jed Farrington rend an
' ntertnining jiaper on Woman’s,
hour Centuries of Progress. Aliss
Helen Davies then sang very
Alarmingly “His Lullaby.” A
I apor on Childhood Literature
and its value as illustrated in the
works of Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
ami Louisa Al. Alcott, prepared
by Mrs. Chester Bring of Apple
river, 111. and read by Miss Ani
ta Wilson, was a most excellent
paper, in which she said: I could
not close without paying some
tribute to your librarian Miss
Hutchings, who is so thoroughly
an example of the beautiful spirit
of Louisa May Aleott. Mrs. Dr.
Keller then read a pleasing paper
on Women in Pliiladnthrope. Mrs.
Dave Davies gave an interesting
sketch of the life of John Bur
roughs. Tiie elub was greatly in
debted to Mis> Helen Davies and
Miss Hazel White for several de-1
lightful readings. Miss Florence
Clearer was at one time a kin
dergarten student at Hull HouseJ
and gave a very helpful and in
teresting talk on Jane Addams.1
which was thoroughly enjoyed.
The following ladies were ad
initti'tl: Mesilames Dr. Mathers,
Mike Scliiable, Bert Wright, T.
L. Davies, Beaufort, Giannini,
Laird, b\ Keller, Spragins, Lane,
Pilule, and James Powell.
The Thomas Kitchen Set
This is an eight-piece Kitchen Set composed of
(—Cleaver. 2-Bread Knife. 3-Saw.
4—Carving Knife. 5-Carving Fork.
6—Can Opener. 7—Paring Knife.
It is made of good steel and is positively guaranteed
by the Thomas Manufacturing Co.,
of Dayton, Ohio.
We are giving this set with
THE DAILY TRIBUNE
G. A. R,
May reminds us tliut I lie ver
nal gladness of the year has ar
rived, nature every where is full
of the good and tender senti
ments of Memorial Day, and
that day, May 30th should be
devoted to the commemoration of
a great national sacrifice of loy
alty and edvotion by our com
rades who have gone before.
Once a week in this great and
powerful Republic, the devout
people gather in their houses of
worship to celebrate their Sab
bath day by glorifying the God
whom they owe all that they
Once a year the lovers of the
country have their Independence
day, when with bursting rockets
and booming guns they celebrate
the birth of the nation they love
and to which they owe their lib
erty; and ome ayear Thanksgiv
ing day is fittingly observed by
a grateful people, who, acknow
ledging and apreciating the bless
ings of God offer to Him their
gratitude and praise for ITis di
But greater and dearer than
all those da>s, because it com
prehends all, is Memorial Day,
founded by the Grand Army of
the Republic and observed by
admirers of bravery and lovers
of liberty all over our land, irre
spective of age or sex, race or
creed. On that day the living
veterans make their annual pil
grimage to the graves of their
loved and lost comrades. On
that day a grateful people lirong
to the cemeteries and with rever
ent cars listen to the word of
God as it falls from reverent lips.
On that day the blessings of the
Almighty are recognized by the
poem of joy and liyms of praise
that ascend to His heavenly j
throne, and on that day our1
country’s foundation is celebrated
in common with our country's
salvation. Equal honor is paid
to its founders and its savers.
Washington, the father, Lincoln,
the martyr, and Grant the savi
our, are eulogized in verse and
praise and the whole nation rises
in gratitude to the brave men,
living and dead, who offered
their, lives on the altar of person
al liberty and national unity.
it is hoped that a vigorous ef
fort will be made to secure a
more active and general partici
pation by the public, and a most
cordial invitation is hereby ex
tended to the churches, schools,
all patriotic orders and the pub
lic generally to unite with and
co-operate with the Post in the
observance of Memorial Day..
Comrades of the Post, the W. It.
C. and patriotic orders, and
friends who desire, will meet at
the Post hall at nine o’clock a.
m. with flowers and proceed to
the Steele cemetery, and there
place floral offerings of love and
the starry banner on the graves
of those who were once so near,
and who are now so dear to us.
I he afternoon services will be
celebrated at the Park auditori
um at 2:30 p. m., a fine program
lias been prepared by able talent
for the occasion. The Sunday
preceding Memorial day, May
28th lias, by long usage become
a part of the regular cxcercises.
Divine service will be held at
2:30 p. m. at the Park auditori
um under the management of the
churches in the city. This speaks
for itself and needs no further
comment. It is hoped that no
One will miss this service.
E. P. Glines, Levi Frederick,
It you are drawing wages you
don't earn, your rainy day isn’t
Having things hit you is the
only way you can learn to avoid
To a man on foot, every pass
ing motor car seems to be ex
ceeding the speed limits.
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