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Jal1t1ar 22 , 1g04 THE FALLS CITY TRIHt'NE II
: F COUNTY NEWS
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From ! the Dawson Ncwsho
At the ad1l1inistra tor's $ de ; of
John Sipple estate last 1'edne.-
day the homestead place of 1611 1
acres was purchased by B. "T
. . , , Cummings of ! Burchard the consideration -
, ar
sideration being 883 per acrc
.Mr. Cummings docs not get pos-
session for a year , He has secured -
cured one of thc finest farms in
' I ichardson county with an the
latest improvements and con\'Cl1-
knees at ham1. . . .
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From thc Verdoll Vedctte.
° t The high school is organizing :
, ' a dcbating- society. Thc society
; . , win select one of its members . to
i represent the , Verdon high school
; in the county dcbate at Falls City
' : March 4th
Jesse Weaver and wife accompanied -
' panied by Samuel Otto and wife
left on Tuesday morning for
'l'annewauIiil : , Kan. , where they
attcndcd thc marriage of a rela-
' tivc
, . \ :
, . a .rhis bright warm weather has
tf' , started the spring game of mar-
. hIes
I , bles.A
. peculiar . growth of hedge was
added.to the curios of the high
school ' ) 7edneslay. ( It is a stick
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o p varying in width from two inches
to four inches , fourteen inches in
length : but twisted entirely around
_ , C& twice , containing within its folds
. . an'Y vine , thc cause of its unus-
r , " " ull ; shape. .
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, - " . , . . . ' from thc Salem Iudex
" ' ' , / . , . Frank Gentry and Miss Edna
't' : : . : \ , Darr were united in marriage at
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thc Christian church south of
Dawson , Sunday at . eight o'clock ,
/ Rcv. Oliver officiating- Both arc
young people of sterling qualities
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and have won for themselves a
p host of friends , who wish them
every joy and happiness that this
world affords.
t
rhc county fair board met at
if thc opera house , Monday , Janu-
January
: a , ' . ary 4th , and elected thc following
f f. t. officersI. : . C. Hoover , president ;
t f J. D. Griffiths , vice president ; A.
' . j % J. Weaver , , V. . H. Grush and J.
SrlJ B. French , vice prcsHlet1ts at
large ; W. 11' Saville , recording
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„ I secretary ; Albert Adam , corres-
' pondinl { secretary ; John Ramcl ,
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. . I treasurer ; Ben Kelly , state dele-
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- J ; 0 Iate.
I . "hc Salem Interstate chautau-
! . qua stockholders met here Tuesday -
! t clay and elected the following
' 4 r officer : S. P. . Gist , president ;
. ! , ; J. S. Lord , G. H. Russell , A. J.
i 'Vheeler , Dr. Hcskctt and S. P.
_ - , Gist , directors. The dir ctors
. : e ' } i were instructed by the stockholders -
' ers to hold a chautauqua this year
dates for thc meeting to bc de-
cidcd at the . next meeting. A
good attendance an enthusiastic -
astic meeting was held showing
that the session of 190,3 will be ,
as usual 1 a good one. -
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'rom the Shubcrt Citizcn.
That was a very beautiful and
impressive wcdc1inl ( ceremony ,
which took place at St. Ann's
Catholic church near Shubert , on
January ith , when 1 ; athcr 1\
Corcoran of Dawson , joined in
mard : g'e C. 1\1. Reg-an of Osben ,
Kansas , and 1\lary A. Kelly of
Shubert , Catherine Kelly acting
as bridesmaid and A. Ia. Hagan
of Deadwood , S. D : , as IrQoms-
'
man. 1\lrs. Ral-an is well and
favorably known here , she haying -
ing' lived in this vicinity all her
life and is a lady highly respected
by all.Ir. . Ragan is a prosperous -
ous farmer of Esbon , Kansas ,
where he has lived since his
childhood , and is one of the most
highly respected young men of
that place.
r WIDOWS' PENSION
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You wilt find a home attorney
especially serviceable by his assistance -
sistance in promptly securing
necessary affidavits. You must
prepare the affidavits ; yourself if
: yov give your claim to a Washington -
iugton attorney. There are over
twenty affidavits necessary'in
each claim. Have had fifteen
years successful experience , and
will guarantee quick results
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JOHN L. CLEAVER
PENSION ATTORNEY
Falls City , Nebraska
Will S. Jay of the ' State Journal -
nal was in town Tuesday.
The Tribune wants to print aU
thc ncws. If you know anything
good can up phone 226 'and if
necessary a reporter will call on
you for particulars.
One dollar buys 100 envelopes
and 100 sheets of writing paper
at the Tribune officc. Good qual-
ity and neatly printed.
Secretaries , of lodges , clubs or
church or social organizations of
any kind arc invited to send re-
ports of meeting , and social func-
tions , to The Tribune for publi-
catiol'
Flour , Feed , Coal
and Wood.
book over this and see what : you
want and what you have to sell. I have
for sale Flour , Feed , Baled Hay and
Straw , Grain , Ground Feed , Bran and
Shorts , Coal , Wood , Rock Salt , Pure
Cider Vinegar , \ValJluts , Rye and
Wheat for chickens , Ground Oil Cake ,
Poultry and Stock Food Cash paid
for Butter , Eggs and Poultry , Hides ,
Rnhb rCoppcr , Brass , Zinc , Old Iron ,
Corn and Oats. Flour exchanged for
Wheat , Meal for Com Yours for
Business ,
O. f. ! HECK
Phone 101 5th Street
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Drugs , Books , Wall Paper , E i c. i
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Our line is always complete , and our prices
are as low as is consistent with first class goods. !
We also give five per cent rebate on all cash
purchases. V\'e solicit . your patronage
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King's Pharmacy
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NEBRASKA STATE NOTES.
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A new Roosevelt club has been
organized at Platts111outh.
"Jack - ' " is
ack the Hug-gel' making
himself obnoxious in Plattsmouth.
The third rural mail route has
been established out of Table
Rock.
Charles Johnson of David City
WjlS killed by falling from his
wagon.
A new bank has been org'aitized
at Rising City with a capita ] of
830,000 :
Morris Black , a farmer living
near Doniphan , Neb. , committed
suicide by hang-ing.
Elton Marquis : : of 1-Iastings was
severely injured by falling twenty-
seven feet from a scaffold.
Gertrude Johnson came all the
way from Sweden to Nebraska
City to testify in a divorce case.
The annual meeting of the Ne-
brasla Press association will beheld
held in Lincoln , January 26 , 27.
. The police ] authorities of Oma-
ha have forbidden the holding of
public dances on Sunday nig-ht.
Emos Perkins of Cambridge is
in jail charged with having
counterfeited ten dollar gold
pleccs.
Jacob Bauer , living near Blue
Hill , lost a foot hy having it
caught in the gearing of a corn
shell cr.
George Price and Ed Slaughter
of Alliance have been sent to the
reform school for attempting to
wreck a Burlington train.
There is talk of prospecting
oil in Gage county. The presence
of gas has been discovered in the
southeast part of the counts'
Miss 1\labcl 1\10rrison , a school
teacher near 1\lcCook Junction is
a heroine. When thc stove exploded -
ploded , fining the rbom with
flames and smoke , she got all the
. . r.
chil'1r \ . ' n out and then extinguished -
el , thc fire and saved the build-
.
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During the last year thc birth
rate in Lincoln has increased
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12.15 per cent for each 1000 pop-
ulation. .
The American Bcd Sugar Co. .
has made a generous deal with
Han county farmers. Under the
new contract the farmers win get
.
$4. is per ton for sound sugar
beets.
George Smith , of Burwcl1 , Ne-
braska , committed suicidc in a
novel manner. He placed the
muzzle of a shot gun to his head
and compelled his ten year old
son to pull the trigg-cr.
Ralph Williams and Sydney ! , .
Chestnut of Ainsworth engaged :
in a friendly scufl1e. Williams
had an open knife in his hand ,
and ccidcntly cut Chcstnut's
throat , thc injuries causing death.
Chestnut was 13 years old and
Williams is l ( ) .
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Groceries.
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anteed.
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