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THE FALLS CITV TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 12 , 1906.
§ Invitations are out aanouncing the
mnrriago of NelMo Cunningham of
$ j this place and Quiiitou Stump of Very -
y don on Wednesday evening of next
Frank Weaver , wife and baby have
been spending the week in Omaha
with her sister.
Ruben Shafer and Mrs. Mary Kimball -
ball of Illinois are hero for an extend
ed visit with relatives , the Weaver
Helen Wagoner of iluinbohlt is
leaching the Gilbert school west of
I'earl Cunningham has resigned as
teacher of the school in the Vande-
venter district , and Florence Gulp of
Shubert has been hired in her stead.
C. D. Gentry had an acre of land in
an orchard this year that cleared h'm '
A daughter was born to Marion
Marts and wife Monday evening.
R L Coo has been at Douglas this
week making arrangements to rent a
store room which he owns at that
Congressman Pollard was in town a
bhort time Wednesday morning.
Charlie Thomas has been at North
Platte this week where he accompan
ied a car of apples.
Arthur Williams of tha Prairie
Union ncighborbood.lcft for an extend
ed visit in Tennes-sce Wednesday.
Charles Paradise will have a puplic
sale next week and will then move to
Stella and take charge of the pool
hall which he recently purchased.
Rollie Stringfield of Geneva has
been spending the week with rela
tives ut this place.
Curt Hill and Milt Clark left for Me-
Cook Monday where the former ex
pects to buy a largo ranch.
The pupils of the primary room and
thn.ir teacher enjoyed a little picnic at
the woods Monday evening after
Wm. Lambert and wife have been
spending the week in South Omaha
with their son. who is city attorney
for that place.
Charley Bright and wife left on
Tuesday for a visit with their three
ton in the Indian Territory.
Albert timber of Falls City spent
Sunday in Stella the guest of Fay
Mrs. Arthur Pohl was called to Bev-
er Springs , Va. , Saturday by the death
of her father.
I. S. Vader has been in Jewell Coun
ty , Kansas , this week , where he went
to rent his farms which he owns at
Wm. Hutchison spent Saturday
night in the county seat with his
Mrs. Wm. Mohlei of Falls City was
a guest of Mrs. Clay Peck Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Kaufman of Falls City is
visiting this week among friends and
attending the meetings which are in
progress at the German Baptist Breth
Mrs. Geo. Johnston visited Tuesday
with Mrs. Henry Meyers.
Cleon Peck was a visitor at Henry
Gcrdes , home north of Barada Sun
Kate Shouse visited with Grace
Mrs. John Yocam and daughter ,
Myrtle , spent Sunday with the form
Elias Myers and wife of Falls Cltj
visited at the home of Cleon Peck and
Edith Peek entertained her cousins ,
Nellie Knisely and Daisy Peck , ani
her friend , Bertha Brim one day las
Perry Shaffer , wife and daughter
Donald , areenjoving a visit with theh
son Earl and wife in Council Blulls , la
Wm. Horstman and family wore vis
itors at Henry Whitrock's Tuesday.
Mrs. H. A. Burk entertained he
eister , Maud McCann Sunday.
Fred Chesley and wife spent Sunda ;
afternoon at O. A. Burk.
Joe Maust is enjoying a visit fror
bis nephew , Mr. Saylor , of Peru.
Anna Stump entertained her cousin
Edna Shatter Monday.
Tuck Cook and wife were guests c
the former's brother , Will , Sunday.
Sol Marts and wife of Falls City , ac
eompanled by their grand-daughtei
Ruby Uurnworth , left Tuesday fo
Daweon where they will visit a fei
days. They will also visit relatives i
Stella before returning home.
Mrs. N. B. Burnworth was a guest <
Mrs. F. S. Lichty Monday afternooi
Viola Llppold after a year's faithfi
service at Frank Lichty's went to he
home Monday to stay this winter.
Frances Stump and wife spent a pai
of last week with their daughter , Mr
Mrs. Wm. Cook is entertaining
brother from 'the west.
Wm. Nedrow and wife of Verde
were guests of Wm. Cook and wife (
Tom Omara , ar. , is visiting with h
J. D. Shubrot and son from Broken
Arrow , Indian Territory Is hear buy
ing upplcr to ship down there.
The Ladles Aid Mieioty of thu Chris
tian ehurck picked apples for Art
Shubert one day last week.
William Sample and son Walter left
for Greely , Colorado last Thusday eve
Mrs. Wm. Smith and May Sample
visited Mrs. Lydlu Harmon last Thurs
The Shubert base ball team went to
Barada Sunday uifd played ball. B.ir-
ada wor.c the game Slmburt has a bull
team that is hard to beat.
Mrs. Bricker and two daughters and
Mrs. Morrow , Mrs Hoover Mrs. Kenton -
ton visited Mrs. Harmon last Sunday
John Hagerman and wife and daugh
tcr of Kansas was in th'j city visiting
relative * and friends last week'
John Slagle was taken to the hospi
tal at Urn a ha Tuesday evening by Dr.
Shook to bo operated on for&one dread
Chub Henderson and son went to
Omaha Tuesday to take in the street
fair and buy goods while there.
Dellic Glisple who bus been sick
with typhoid fever for the past seven
weeks is slowly recovering.
Manfred Brunun and wlfo from
the north western part of the state is
in the city visiting friend" aiid mak
ing repairs on his property hear.
Charley Pond and son Oscar and
Frank Kcntoti and William Smith left
last Monday for SouMi Dakota to
build a house and bard on Mr. Pond's
land that he bought where he expects
to move in the sprinp.
Mrs. Lydla Harmon was on the sick
list for u few days hist week.
All the scenery utilized in the
production of Kennedy and
Willard's comedy drama "Yon
Yonson" was painted from water
color sketches made in Minnesota
pine forests , and the lumber
camps of that State by Harold
Crofts , the artist. At the Geh-
ling October 16th.
Speaker Cannon in a recent
speech said that the principal ef
forts of the democrats were being
devoted to filling the house of
representatives and displacing
the best congress , with the best
record that has sat in Washing
ton in years. This is a plain ,
homely statement of the facts.
If the last congress had refused
to pass the rate bill , if it had re
fused to pass the pure food bill ,
or any of the great measures
that mark a great step forward
in administration , there would be
justification for the democracy
asking that its personnel be
changed. But what good reason
exists whj' , having made a good
record , a splendid record , the
members who compose it should
be turned down , and new , untried
embryotic statesman put in their
places. We don't believe the
first district will lend an } ' aid to
such a foolish plot.
There is a new deal in affairs
in Nebraska and the people are
fighting for lower railroad rates.
So many things are happening
of real interest to every citizen
that a daily newspaper is now a
necessity. The biggest bargain
that has come to our notice is
The Daily State Journal without
Sunday from now until January
1 , 1907 , for only 50 cents. This
is such a small price that it can
only be made to introduce the
paper into new homes. The pub
lishers claim that this is not a
scheme to get you on their books
and then keep on sending , but
that the paper will be stopped on
January 1 , 1W7. It would be
hard to find a better way of in
vesting 50 cents.
A Dozen Times A Night.
"I have hud kidney and bluddei
trouble for years and it became so bai
that I was obliged to get up at least i
dozen times a night. " says Mr. Ower
Dunn , of Benton Ferry , W. Va. " !
never received any permanent buneli
from any medicine until I took Foley'i
Kidney Cure. After using two bottle :
I am cured. ' For sale at all dru ;
r Commencing on Tuesday o
this week the Vinegar Factor
will run all day and until twelvi
o'clock every evening in order t <
handle the immense supply o
apples brought in every day
Over six hundred bushels wan
taken in on Tuesday mornini
alone , which gives one an idea o
Is the vast amount taken in by thi
We will sell at Mettz' Sale Pavilion , Falls City , Nebraska , on
WEDNESDAY , OCT. 17
AT 1 O'CLOCK , SHARP
EAD OF HORSES
Consisting of 25 brood mares , weighing from 1100 to 1400 pounds , all
bred to a Jack and broke to work. This is the best bunch of brood mares
ever offered in Falls City. Ten head of 2 and 3 year old driving bred.
Three head of yearling colts. If you are looking for a matched team of
drivers , they will be at this sale.
Terms Made Known on Day of Sale
C. H. HARION , Auct.
W. A. Co.
. . Margrave .
QEO. HOLT , Clerk.
Kansas City Stock Yards , Oct. ,
8 , 1900. The moderate supply of
GJ,000 cattle , including 10,000
calves , last week enabled sales
men to secure advances on nil
kinds , ranging from 10 to 25 cents.
Stackers and feeders imule the
sharpest gains the first of the
week , but they closed thu week
quietly. Cows and heifers con-
tinned to sell the beet in the kill
ing line , although beef steers wore
Kcfirce and high. Top lust week
wns SO.40 , numerous ! droves , in-
hiding some branded Colorado ,
$5.1)0 ) to $0.15 , bulk of led
leers $5.25 to $5.75. The run
o-'lay is liberal at 25,000 head ,
nclnding 30dO calves , but this
otal embraces the cattle that
live arrived for exhibition pnr-
joses in the American Koyal Show
his week , between two and three
housand head. Demand is good
rom all sources today , killing
attle steady , except that cows and
leifers are a shade lower , stokers
ind feeders stronger. Top steers
.oday sold at $0.00 , grass steers
$3.30 to $5.00 , cows $2.25 to
$3 25 , heifers $3.00 to $1.25. bulls
52.00 to $2.75. a fair number of
sales above these figures , of
course. Light veuls are scarce
and sell at $5.50 to $0.75 , heavy
calves plentiful and lower , $3.00
o$1.2f ) range stoekers $2.75 to
$3.75 , feeders $3.00 to $1.00 ,
mtive stockers up to $1.25 , best
Hog receipts were smaller last
week , 31.000 head , market linn
nil week , run 0000 today , market
weak to 5 lower , top $0.474 , bulk
of sales narrow , $0.35 to $0.45 , all
weights close together , with pro.
epects that heavies will soon lead.
Nearly 1000 head of pure bred
hogs are on exhibition at the
Koyal this week , a popular feat-
nre , as stockmen are paying more
attention to hogs than heretofore
in view of the continued higli
Sheep receipts are heavy , 45.00C
last week , 17,000 here today. The
market was linn all last week , bu
is weak to 10 lower today. Al
hands have brought freely lately
both porkers and feeder buyers
Bulk of the stuff today feeder
from Utah and the West. Bes
lambs sell at $0.75 to $7.15 , wcth
ers up to $5.25. yearlings $5.0C
ewes $5.00. Feeding lambs sel
at $5.75 to $0.25 , wethers am
yearlings and breeding ewes 1.0
"Yon Yonson1 which shows
in this city at The Gehling
Theatre on Tuesday , October 16
boasts of what is without doubt ,
one of the most evenly balanced
companies ever seen in this
comedy drama , Managers Ken
nedy and Willard selected the
"Yon Yonson" players with par
ticular regard to their fitncs-s to
look , dress and portray the amus
ing characters in the late Gus
Ileege's masterpiece. Not a
single detail has been overlooked
in staging this production for its
sixteenth successive tour of the
principal cities of the United
States. The performance arc all
under the personal direction of
the managers and are , therefore ,
certain to be kept at the top
notch of excellence. It is also
certain that this season's com
pany excels any which has here
tofore appeared in the quaint
roles. Players in last season's
company who made the greatest
individual "hits" have been re
tained and new ones added to
make the ensemble as nearly per
fect as possible. At the head of
this company are George Thomp
son , one of the handsomest play
ers ever brought to America ,
and Laura Davis , a competent
character comedienne. There
arc many other popular players ,
several refined specialties , much
good music , exceptionally beauti
ful scenic and costume accessories
series , and the excellent Lumber
men's Quartette , which has made
such a great hit throughout the
country in past seasons.
Slomack and Liver Trouble Cured.
Oririo Laxativu Fruit Syrup cures
btomaeh and Iivur trouble as it aids
digestion , and stimulates the liver and
bowels without irritutinn tlie e organs
like pills and ordinary catlmrties. It
cures indestion and sick headaehe and
ehronle constipation. Orino Laxative
Krult Syrup does not nauseate or fjripo
and Is mild and pleasant to take. Ue
fuse substitutes. For s > ule at all drug
Thoroughbred Hogs for Sale.
I have ten thoroughbred Duroc
Jersey boar hogs for sale. These
are fine fellows and will be sole
at private sale.
KKANK M. SHAI'KJKI
Falls City , Neb. , route two.
Danger In Fall Cold.
L Fall colds are liable to hang on al
winter leaving the seeds of pneumonia
bronchitis or consumption Foley1
Honey and Tar cure3 quickly and pre
vents serious results. It is old and re
liable , tried and tested , safe and euro
contains no opiates and will not const !
pate. For sale at all drug stores.
4-5 Head of thoroughbred
P eland- China Hogs
15 h urjday , Oct. 18 9
At One O'ClocK.T. . M.
John ' } .
'Bert G. Wise.
Col. C. H. Marion , /luct.
An opportunity to secure a herd
header at your otvnfigure.
IT WILL SUIT ! I
If purchased at our up-to-date , first-
We are showing the best line of ma
terial for neat , nobby and durable suits
and overcoats ever on display in this
PLACE YOUR ORDER !
and we will do the rest. A call at our
shop will convince you of the merit of
The Best is none too good for our cus
tomers. The new Cravenette Cloth
will also interest you.
WILSON THE TAILOR.