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THE COMERS AND COERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week.
* Dr. I. M. Houston was in Verdou
Philip Zimmerman was down from
Prof. Vogeltno of Hulo was In
Rev. .Mutill and son were up from
Hire Bros, still have deBirable eity
property for rent. tf
Dan J. Riley was down from Daw
son Monday on business.
Mike Costas was tussling with the
grip the first of the woek.
Wm. McDouga! of Salem was in the
eity on business Saturday.
I. C. Smith and C. Williams of Sa
lem were in town Saturday.
Frank J'orr of Humboldt visited
Kails City friends on Friday.
Miss Carrie C.ebhart of Verdon was
shopping here last Saturday.
Alvin Poor of Humboldt spent
Sunday with Kalis City friends,
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Crook of Sa
lem were trading here Satuuduy.
Mrs. Fell xKerron of Rulo was
shopping here Saturday afternoon.
G. J. Whitaker returned Friday
night from a business trip to Kansas
Master William Cltllg lias been
unite ill with gripp but Is im
Miss Alice Carver came down from
Peru for a week end visit with .Miss
John A. Crook returned on Sunday
front an extended business trip to
Will Casey was called to Loekrldge,
Oklahoma by the Illness of his uncle,
Mrs. K Reiger and Mrs. Tracy
Court right of Preston were shopping
Russell Hiatt of Salem spent Sun
day here with liis family at the
home of J. S. Lord.
Misses Coldie and Angellne llol
lensworth were down from Dawson
Monday shopping here.
Mrs. II K. Will returned home on
Tuesday after a few days visit at
Mound City and St. Joe,
loe Carver of Sallna spent Sat
urday at the home of W. II. Wyler
with his sister. Miss Alice.
Miss Sadie Itohidoux of Rulo, ae
eompanled by Miss Marie Ferron,
was shopping here Saturday.
Wilson Weyand returned from
Uockport, 111 , last Wednesday where
he had been visiting his brother.
M If Watson eattte over front
Reserve Saturday to visit over Sun
day wit It liis sister, Mrs. Jessie Wat
The Sunny Slope ladies sent
flowt i s to Mrs W. Italir, who has
been confined at her home with la
Miss Stltes of St. Louis, who lias
he> n visiting her sister, Mrs. 1 In it on :
Rea vis, left Saturday morning for'
•Viis tiruiio Itanson tins so far re- 1
covered from pneumonia In Omaha
that she was taken to her home]
K. A. Custard and Fred Brooks of
Nebraska City, who visited Fred j
S< tioek last week returned Saturday
to their hollies.
Mr and Mrs. Morris Sheehan left
Monday fir Hockridge, Okln., called
• here by the serious Illness of
John Casey, Sr
Mrs. Howard Young of Stella who
speiil si \eiul days last week with her
sister. Mrs. Oswald, returned to her
home on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Barakas and
children returned the first of the
week from a months visit in Perry.
Iowa and Chicago.
Frank Wright of the firm of Turn
er A Wright left last Thursday for
Chicago and Detroit where he will
at The Grand
“THE TWO PATHS"
This is possibly the most convinc
ing and powerful BlOGKAPll story
ever portrayed, showing as it. does
most vividly the result of choosing
the wrong path of life.
Have Your Girls And Boys See
“THE WIDOW of MILL CREEK FLAT"
To be or not to be married, that
is the question—or is there more
real happiness in connubial bliss
than single blessedness. This re
mains for you to judge after you
see how SANDY, a miner in a WEST
ERN camp allows the ship of state
to founder on the rocks of domestic
This Picture Has A Vein of Clean
Comedy Running Through It
M EET SLZANNt"
SIH i!-l a COUple of months
Miss Bessie Curran came down
from Peru to visit over Sunday with
her mother Site was accompanied
by her friend. Mist; St. John.
Mrs. Maple of Chicago came down
from Omaha last Saturday evening
lor a few weeks visit witli friends.
She is the guest of Mrs. Katherine
Mrs. Frank Norris returned Wed-j
; uesday to her home in Wytnore af
ter spending three weeks with her
| grandfather, Anderson Miller and
Miss Fannie Miller.
Mrs. Maude Wigton and son Dor
rlngton are getting ready to move
to Sparta, Wisconsin. They will
go in about two weeks, stopping for
a short visit In Council Itlnfrs.
Mr and Mrs. Hayden Prater ar
ri vi d Sunday from Hutchison, Kas.
After a visit, with relatives here they
will go to Beatrice, Neb., where
I they will make their home in the fu
i Dr. Francis Tucker and his wife.
| Dr. Km mu Tucker left Monday for
I Lincoln where they have several en
gagements to lecture on "Mission
ary Fife In China." They will be
away two or three weeks.
I Father MoKeenati, who Inis boon
in the hospital in Kansas City since
[October came up Saturday for a
i v isit with Father Hoffman, lie said
mass at the early service Sunday
at the St Francis Roman Catholic
church and preached at 10:00 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. 1>. \V. Sowles re
turned Friday night from a few
| days visit with the family of their
| son, Hal Sowles. This was Mr.
Sowles' rirst visit to the little grand
daughter, lie is completely captivat
ed by the little lady and she has
no more enthusiastic admirer.
Andrew Matill, son of Rev, Mat ill,
of Preston and a graduate of North
, western College of Naperville, 111.,
| near Chicago was in town the first
of the week to take tho train for
I Lincoln, where he will take a post
graduate course in the State I ni
Cass Jones, the republican war
horse of ltuio was in town on busi
ness Tuesday. Mr. Jones lias re-■
! i ci'i ly returned from a trip to New
I kirk and other Oklahoma points. He
^s very favorably impressed with
i that country.
Mrs. John Wilson came over from
! Mound City last Saturday to join
I her husband and daughters. Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson hope to secure a
I suite of rooms until they get pos
session of their house in the spring.
Will nohrman and Leonard Mant
of CnrllnviUo, Ills., arrived here
Sundry to take work with The Trib
une. Ilotli are experienced printers
and wo can promise our patrons
good work with their assistance.
Mrs. Pat O'Brien came down from
Wyniore Sunday morning and accom
panied her sister, Mrs. Morris Shee
han, to Oklahoma, to be at tho bed
sidt of their uncle. John Casey, who
is seriously ill.
lien Foster is at home after an I
extended visit with the family of j
his daughter, Mrs. Tom Snyder of i
Indianopolls, Ind. Mrs. Foster re-1
inuined for a longer visit.
George* Mugler, a Missouri Pacific
conductor, returned Tuesday from
Lconardville, Kansas where lie went j
last ... to attend the funeral of
Mrs. E. VVIthee and son, Gene, of j
Stella returned home after a short
visil to the former's parents, Mr. !
and Mrs. John Hossack.
Will Deekinger and wife were up
from near Kulo Tuesday on their
way to Wm Denrhler’s where they
spent the day.
Mrs. Jane Sinclair left the latter
part of the week for Wymore to
visit her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Liven-j
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Illetscher of
Kulo were trading here and visiting
Key. and Mrs. Nannlnga Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ankney and1
son, Lloyd spent Sunday with rel
atives and friends in the country.
Mrs. Holle Mulligan has returned I
from Auburn and is again the lino
type operator for The Tritwine.
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wamsleey and |
daughter, Cnrrie, were guests at the
home of Harry Will Sunday.
Miss Mary Stewart, who is visiting
at Mound City, Mo. will return to
her home Saturday,
Harry ('rooks left Tuesday fori
Odell in the interest of the Leo
Cider A Vinegar Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stewart are re
joicing over tlio arrival of a baby
boy at their home.
Mrs. Frank Wlthee of Stella was
p visitor in this city a few days
the past week.
Willard Sinclair returned Tuesday
from a \ isit to relatives and friends!
Miss Clark of Seneca, Kansas ac-(
eompanied the basket hall girls here’
Spence Foster’s sale was well at
tended and every thing brought a
Mr. and Mrs. ,T. N. Deaton spent
Sunday afternoon at the hame of E. j
Henry Appl was trading here on
N. A. Wickham was down from Sa
Do it now. Subscribe for the now
K. 1$. Wyatt was over from Re
Dr. B. R. Hays was down from
Dave Branan and son, Lee, were
down from Salem Monday.
We are lierre to stay. Do you
stay with us—The Tribune.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Beer of Salem
were shopping here Tuesday.
Miss Rosella Ahern of Shubert is
the guest of Miss Helen Restorer.
The Tribune is the Progressive or
gan of the "Greater Falls City.”
John C’arieo lost a valuable
driving horse last week• from colic.
We can best help you if you will al
so help us.— The Daily Tribune.
Mrs. Vogle and son, Will, left on
Tuesday for Rock port, 111., for a visit
Kd Shulenberg came up from Rulo
Tuesday to attend the funeral of
his little nephew.
Mrs. W. (\ Margrave and Mrs, Jas.
Margrave were Preston shoppers in
Hits city Tuesday.
Fred Sc hock accompanied by bis
sister-in-law, Miss Fllzabcth Pfaun
went to St. Joe Tuesday for new
Lon Turner formerly of Salem,
now an enterprising merchant of
Harnston, Neb., was here on business
Ephraim Wlthee came down from
Stella and attended the funeral of
the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Mrs. Freed Shelly and two children
and Alex Maddox of Preston attended
the funeral of Loo Keith Shulenberg,
held in this city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Smith re
turned a c tidny from their tri» to
New York and Chicago. They visited
relatives in Elkhart, Ind., also.
TWO VERDON WEDDINGS
Popular Young People Wed At Ver
Special from Verdon,
A very pretty wedding occurred at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. it.
Nussbaum, Monday evening, January
30th at eight o’clock when their
daughter, Miss Luella, was united in
marriage to Mr, Emile Nombalais of
Stella. The bride is well and fav
orably known hero, having grown to
womanhood in this vicinity, and has
a wide circle of friends who join in
extending hearty congratulations.
A pretty home wedding took place
Wednesday evening, January 25, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. M.
Griffiths, when their daughter. Miss
Jessie was united in marriage to
Mr. Edward Bronson. Rev. Garries
pastor of the Evangelical church per
forming tlit' ceremony. After con
gratulations they marched to the
dining room where a dainty two
course luncheon was served by
Misses Edna and Mabel Griffiths.
Mr. and Mrs. Bronson will he at
home to their many friends after
February 15 on the Bronson farm
north of town.
Kansas City, January 30 1911—
The Lady and The Burglar.
A Drama by the Edison Co.
Tho story of this film is splen
didly sustained from start to finish
and the picture is up to the usual
high standard of the Edison produc
The Call of The Blood.
Genuine Indian in an Historic
production—An Indian classic by the
In this comedy which is one of
the brightest and most beautiful of
our recent comedy subjects, there
is a distinct thread of the plot of
Cinderilla, with the numerous cor
responding incidents brought up to
date by tho Essanay Co.
Feeding Seals at Catatina
This short subject shows a party
of tourists feeding tho pet seals,
famed to all tourists. This subject
is keenly interesting and the only
fault is that there is not more of it.
There was an irregular market on
cattle last week, the close showing
heavy steers off 10 to 15 cents,
light steers strong to 10 higher,
butcher grades and stoekers and
feeders about like the close of
previous week. Hulls lost 10 to 25
cents during the feek, and calves
closed 25 cents off. Stockers and
feeders sold higher first of the
week, but lost the bloom early,
though enjoying a good demand all
week. The run today is 15,000
head here, and the market is steady
on everything except heavy fed
steers, which are weak to 10 lower.
The crop of finished steers Is much
larger this year than in any recent
year, one reason for the small pre
mium finished steers are bringing
over lighter weight short fed steers.
Another reason is that the beef
trade is not in a very healthy state
in the east. Light weight cuts can
be sold in large quantities, but the
demand for big stakes is disappoint
ing. A string of 1,450 it) steers sold
here today at $6.10, fed since the
first of September, and the same
salesman sold a lot of 1000 lb steers
to the some packer at $5.65, fed
sixty or seventy days. The highest
sale here last week was at $6.60,
for some Nebraska steers, on Wed
nesday, 1,354 lb. Nothing as good
is here today, best here around $6.25
bulk at $5.65 to $6.15. A year ago
now the cattle market was setting
in on a ldg rise, values advancing
one dollar per cwt. in February, but
dealeers do not expect anything of
that sort just now, although feed
er buyers see great possibilities in
the more distant future, front the
prices they are paying, $4.75 to $6.00
for cattle for the country.
Hogs lost 17 cents last week, the
bear influence being evident most of
the time during the week. The run
today is 9,000 head, market 6 to 10
higher, bulk $7.70 to $7.75. Heavy
weights and lights have changed
places on the price list since a week
ago, the lights now leading, while
mixed packing weights remain in
the middle. Heavies sold today at
$7.70. Kastern order buyers bought
light hogs freely, which accounts
partly for the change of position. An
other factor is the in< reasing per
centage of heavy hogs in the re
Sheep and lambs sold lower last
week from day to day, especially af
ter Wednesday, and the close was a
quarter under close of previous week.
Market is steady today, run 11,000
head, best lambs at $5.90, wethers
$4.25, yearlings worth around $5.50
for light weight stock. January re
ceipts show a small increase over
January last year, but dealers pre
dict a bigger gain in February. The
Arkansas Valley has not moved much
stock yet, though there is a good
run from that section here today.
.1. A. RICKART.
We are in the marrket for a car
load of hedge posts. If you have
any to sell call on us, Phone 396
or 318 A.
Heck and Wamsley.
A CONVINCING TESTIMONIAL
1’iof. H. A. Reynolds, who has for
more than eight months been practic
ing Magnetic Healing and Suggestive
Therapeutics in our city, has been
meeting with splendid success. He
has been given some of the most ser
ious cases in town, some of which
were of many years standing. Some
lie pronounced incurable, but though
near death he has been called upon
to give relief to the sufferers. It is
his remarkable cures, however that
bear convincing testimony to his skill
and power. Many names of people
who have been helped by Mr. Rey
nolds and who live in town can be
had by applying to him. The fol
lowing testimonial from Mrs. D. P.
Hrannin of this city, is only one of
Falls City, Nebr., Jan. 20-11.
Dear Sir;— If you think a testimo
nial from me would help anybody
in the way of influencing them to try
your method of treatment, especial)
anyone who is suffering as I was, you
publish the follow ing statement of my
experience with LaGrippe, which
took a very great hold upon my stom
ach and bowles, so bad indeed that
I lost, control of the bowel entirely.
I had been sick three days when you
were called, and in less than forty
< ight hours I was so far improved
that I could get up and sit in a
i chair, and at this time 1 feel better
than I have in many a day, not oniy
physically but mentally as well.
You seemed to inspire me with new
confidence the very first time you
called and your teaching me that
there is that power in my own
body that will cast out. all disease
if 1 but trust it, has done me good.
For now I feel that I will be able
to take better care of myself, and
get along without having to depend
upon some one for help. I feel very
grateful to you for your assistance
and I know that any one trying your
method of curing disease will be
more than pleased at the results.
Notice of Referees Sale.
Notice is here by given, that by
virtue of an order of sale, issued out
of the district court in and for Rich
ardson County, Nebraska, on the 20th
day of January A. D. 1911, in a suit
for partition pending therein, wherein
Iva Cline is plaintiff and John H.
Cline and Melta Grace Cline, minors
under the age of 14 years, and heirs
at law of Harry Cline, deceased are
defendants, and directed to us as
said referees in said suit for parti
tion, to sell the real estate herein
after described, we will as such re
ferees, on the 28th day of February
A. D. 1911, at the hour of one o'clock,
1’. M. at the west front door of the
Court House in Falls City, Richardson
County, Nebraska, sell for cash the
following described premises to-witt;
The northeast quarter of the north
west !4 and the west Vi of northeast
!i section nineteen, township (Barada
three, range seventeen, (N E 1-4 of
N W 1-4 and VV 1-2 N E 1-4 S 19, T
3, R 17) East 6th P. M. in Richardson
County Nebraska, and containing 120
acres of land more or less according
to the Government survey.
Terms of sale cash. Dated at Falls
City, Nebraska, this 21st day of Jan
F. M. Duncan
E. E. Bolejack
J. R. Wilhite, Referees.
First publication 4-5t
One Night Only
SATURDAY, FEB. 4
Rowland & Clifford
For the Second Time Present
By Eugene Walters
With Lorin J. Howard
The Greatest Realistic Drama of this
Cast and Costumed with Authenticity
A play that Held Both New York and
Chicago Spellbound for one Whole
Prices .50, 75 and $1.00
I have purchased the Noth
dorf Tailor Shop in this City
and will be glad to welcome
my friends and patrons again
at the old stand.
Gasoline, Oil, Flour, Salt, Stoneware, Nuts and
Pop Gorn. Manufacturers Climax Chick feed,
Apple and poultry Barrels, give us a trial order.
HECK : & : WAMSLEY
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