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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

r ' . \ ' < 1"1'I' , " o Nov and Then. - - - , If thc Grand jury misscd anyone - one just speak up. , " . Murderer and Bigamist Boch is to bc taken to Chicago and while there bc confronted by fourteen of his wivcs. Great r God ! , - - _ . . Judgingfrom the indictmcnts returned by thc Grand jury , It must bc about as dangerous _ to live in Nims City as it is to be a United States Senator - - - When thc United States Su- _ prcmc court rendered its bcd 1 < trust cleci ion last week , the Journal . with hecoming' ancl characteristic modesty removed \ its hat and made its best ow. . .A Nebraska man was in Washington - ing'ton when an acquaintance pointed out a distinguished look- ing' individual with the remark , "thcrc is a United States Scna- tor. " 1'hat so'replied the Nebraskan - braskan , "whilt has he been in- d ic ted for ? " - - - - - When thc grand jury returned a batch of indictmcrlts last week , all the lawyers . cong : ' egate(1 about . . . . . . . the Judge's l desk to...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

- - - 80 nn. rn'nronl'Ia'n ( Per Acre , It ( J\ ) ) I introduced by I the U. S. Dcpl of Agr. It is a tremendous croJlper , yielding III good Innll in \Vis , 111. , la. , .Mich . , Tnd , U'1 j'a. , X. Y. , 80 1111. per nlm , IIIHI 011 dry , 111'111 lands , flllch its ! are found in Iliont. lllIho , the Dnlwlns Colo. , cl ( ' . MOIILr yield : from 40 tll GO tnl. 'l'11is'hCat : IIIHI f.pcll7. ; nml 1I1I1IIIa Harley and llromuy ! 9 lIcrllliH and hllinll ] Dollar brass , makes : it l'o'-lIihle to grow 1111I1 fatten hogs , sheep and cattle wherever soil ill found. Je/H' ) lilrw lee AU ; TIIIR ; OTICE ! to the John A. Falzer cc(1 ( Co" , La Crosse , " 'is. , allll thc ' will send you free II Hllllplu : of this Wheat find other farm seeds , to. gether with their great catalog , alone worth $100.00 to any wille.awake farmel' [ W. N. U. j Origin of the Maxim Gun Vanity Fair , In the letterpress ) ac' compauying Its cartoons of Sir Hiram l\lnxlrn , says that ho first thought of the Maxim \ gun...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

. . 'J . II I , . " - - = : = I - - - - - - l' f TilE Ii'ALLS CITY TRIBUNE I . - : - Published Every Friday at i , t ' ALLS CITY , NEBRASKA : Dy t. TRIBUNE PUBLISHING co. ' ntcrcd as sccolll1-class matter , .Tanll- A' . ary 12 , 1l)4at ( ) the pot olliceat Falls City Nell. . u1Il1el"thc Act of Congress of Mardi 3 , 1879. - - - - - - - - - - ONE DOLLAH PER YEAli 'l'l'1cphone No. 226 . I . Falls City has the , : - smoothest j S and slickest walks in the 3tate. ! - - - January .vas the coldest month , . r.- ever recorded by the UnitcdStates ! : weather 1m rca : u. I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ The Kyd bridge bill was defeated - fca ted in the house All of the , . Hichanlson Cotuity delegation T r - - voted against it except i\Ir. Lord I who was _ absent and not voting- I - . Aaron LLoticks who is in south- i : crn California and sun'cd ng" with . the heat writes that the nights - are pleasant and that they sleep under blan1\cts--gillnC here. 5' - 5 . . . . . . .A _ . , 'rhe love of the beautiful i...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

r * t k My Own Four Walls. r t' 'Tho storm anil ! night III 011 the waste , fi" Wild through the wind the herdsman , calls , t , All fast on willing nag I halite Homo 10 my own four wnlla. I clack , tossing clouds , with scarce . a Slim- tner , , Envelop earth like sevenfold pails : ) But wlfekln watches , correu-llOl dolls slm- , . rne , . Home In my own four wnlls. . . s .A home and wIfe , I , too have ot A hearth 10 blaze , whnte'or befalls : # What needs a man that I have not Within my own four walls ? Iing George ! has palaces ot pride And armed grooms must ward those halls : With one stout holt J safe abide WithIn my own four wnlls. j Not nil his men may sever this : It yields to trlen118' and IIIonnrchs' calls : My hlnstone house 111) castle Is- I have 111) own four walls. j When fools or knaves do make n rout With ul mon , dinners , lmlllJ , cabals , I turn my hack and shut them out- 1 I have my own four wnUs. The moorland house , though rude It be flay stand the brunt when ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

, , . lib - lit : , : , T . . ' ' l'I' , . , . , NISWL4NX " . - . " , The Peanut increasing : In Popularity. 'rho peanut Is increasing ! ! In lWl\l' ) \ lal'lty as a stock fOOlI. 1'0 those that pay live cents a hag for the nuts it , may seoll1 strange that anyone should think 01' growing them In sufllclont , quantities 111111 cheaply : \ enough to j i. mllltO it profitable to feed thom to " r : . & ! . . hogs. Yet the peanut that Is fed to . - J- tine hog fs not the roasted nut that has been carefully prepared for Iii \ man cOnsUmIJtlon. \VO would not think of feeding peanuts IIrepllI'od for hUlllan food to hogs any more than . . . wo would think of feeding rolled oats 1 r- , to horses 01' other farm animals. - . 'rho IJOllnut plant Is a legume and so altos nitrogen from the air and 1n I . . " creases the amount of that element In the soli. The lllnd hest suited to the peanut fs a loose friable soil - - . with enough tenacity to hold fertil- . . " "Hy. ' drained , . Time land sh...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

- - . . . . _ . . . , - . . o. , . . , . _ Ig I g \ Muny Thanks. i f ! T.4ast ; Sunday afternoon , after the ItOW had stoppec1 ] falling Sterling F \ ; noon , rigged up a' ; ' small show plow altd hitchi'l1g' a horse to it proceeded to make path Olt the Crook & Towle ad- I I ; ditiolt. He made s2veral of then ' and for such work he has the fl I thanks of the residents of that suuurb. i 34 I 3 ! Public Sale. Jot ' 1' . H. Jalllisolt will sell at the I ; Ea l ymond farm y Mile north at1c1 ti 2'4 miles west of Reserve I and 5 lIlill' souOi and 1 l11iie west of i Fails City on Tuesday , February 1 ol11l11l'ncillg' at 10 ( i'clock a.m. 5 head horses , S head cattl ( , 24 head ; hog's , farm implemcnis and household goodsV. . 1'i. llorst- 4 malt will be the aUl.t iOlwer. . . . - - - - - - - , Moncy. . JV\ol1ey. ' 1'0 ] loan on farm Annual in- tet est. Optional payments. Most satisfactory terms. \lortg'ag'l's 1)uj.-1 ) { : ! tae sure ilml ; call on , or write till' if you wish tu get a...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

. * r - I JJ ' ATALL or .Tlf CU 1 'BAR * ' . . - . . . . . . . . J' Copyright , 18J7. ! by 1" 'l'cnnrson NeelY. " ! ' ! IIf' CHAPTER XV.-Continued. f Smithers believes there Is no fur. : ; t ther necessity for torturing the poor ; devil whom the fortunes of war have . : thrown Into his power , and 1..13 willing ' . i to compromise the maUer. So he suddenly . I denlr pushes the half-strangled guard back into the compartment , and fiIHI- Ing a means of opening the door , passes - es Inside just as the carriage ceases to move. ' l--- ' Ah Sin has not been backward , . ' ' about managing his share of the busl- I' ness , and he utilizes the piece of Iron in his hand to such good purpose that , _ the car maltCs no effort to return toward - I. , . ward the bottom of the Incline. , 1. . - As for Jack , he has his work cut I ' ' " ' ir' 11 out also. r : ' , When the vehicle of transportation , ceases to move , he reaches the ground . alongside , and hastens toward the ' 1 compartment In whic...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

a 9i 9 iI i I . , f. ji , : ' . - . . . . . . - - - . . - . - - - - . - - . - - . - . - , r ' Edaccdionczl Conducted by County Deparimeni Supt. Crociler ; ' , .i . _ _ _ _ _ , . Mr. A. L , Knisc1y , teacher in [ I. , Dist. 23 , reports a total cnrol1- mcnt of 8(1 for last onth. l L Miss Clara Gag'non of the l al1s City Schools was 01 : thc sick list , last week , and ! \f rs. lIt P. Custcr , I taught for hrr. - - - Miss Nora V. 1 'enton has rc- I I Rig-ncd as teacher is 1)ist. 34 Miss \Vinifrcd F you has contracted to finish the tcrl11. J \ Miss Lillie Moran has resigned I in district No. 104. Miss ! l\lattic I I Sta1dcr has contracted to finish i the t crill. I , - - - - neo. L. 'I'owne , managing ) editor - : tor of thc Nebraska teacher says , Your lIIap of Richardson ! cOlin ty will certainly be very helpful to you and your sc hoe Is. " . \1 i s Lois SpeIlCl'I' , teacher ! in DIstrict ( IS , was cnlllpl'lIel' I"kt a vacation last week Oil a\ count \ of sickness ! ; hut was able t...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

- , , Result of Boycott-Continued , / facilities and the best grade of fair , capable and peaceable mechanics Imown. Details given upon inquiry of the "Secy. of time Cltlzons' Ass'n. " , \ . , ldentlficatlon. The public should remember that . there are It few labor unions conduct I'll on peaceful lines and In proportion as they ire worthy , they have won es , teens , for wo , as It pooillo , are s "onglj' in sympathj' with any right act that has for Its purpose ) better conditions for wage worlwn But wo do not for get that wo seek the good of all and not those alone who belong to souse organization , whereas even the law- . - abiding unions show undenlahlo evl- . n deuces of tyranny and oPlu'esRion when they arc strong enough , while many or the unions harbor and encourage criminals in their efforts to force a yoke of slavery upon the American - . . _ Ieoplo. As It public speaker lately \ said : 'I'he arrogance of the English King that roused the fiery eloquence , of Otis , that ins...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

. . . - - - - - - - . - - - ' 'f.7J:5 ; r ' : 5 ! 1 ! l ; I r 9 . . . f' - _ . _ - . - . no . . . . . . ' , i . ! f . ; - ANNUALkF , ; l ' ; - - " Kt1rM1 - - - fG : f F . ' ' " ' " . 1 . l4'l ' 'i ' ; i " ' l- ; r h q ! W 1 L : ' , QI : f' \ . - m I ft t . t. , . . ' . .3i 1tJ . . ; } . - " f 'r ; ; " ) m JI r. JI rf1 \ . il . tl 1 , i , \t . , ' ! . . . . ' . . . j . ; " ' 1 [ . ; 'J ' ; . : ; : ' ' ' jI . r' . . { E i , r1 . , ( : " . j I . : . n fA . ' ' ; r. 'i' ! ; . : " 'I : ; r.j " . : " " rj. ( r . : . ' 'J " i. r : : . h ; c FEB 6 TO FEE'2 213D19M01Y5 J 1 'W . ii.'t. - _ _ _ _ _ _ = = _ _ . _ _ . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ; - - - - M - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ; A NOTl1 ER year has roBed around ; one full of encouragemt for us z JL and we believe full of prosperity for you. \Ve thank you for your 43 c M ericotiragenieiit during these fl10lths.lVe 8e : planning to merit your fSrS : fi , trade during 1905. Our first gun i otlr t1 - w , 1t 11 . Annual Housekeep....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

. , . \ _ . I - - _ ' 1'- FULL DESCENT OF PERIL. . ' l Difficulties Overcome by Man Who Climbed Grand MuletG. , This strll\lng IJcturo rOIH'osonta the climber , l\larCuignaz. ) descending the , / face or the Grand Mulets on Mont manc. The Grand 1\TulC'ts is a mass of I granite ; "rising up Into un island In itt ) \ . m . : : " ? - . ' J't . , . . . . I 'W ! : } } ( " ' . ' " ! ' . ill : iJ : . ' . I , ' . \ . , . , . . . . . \I : . ; ; ' . ; t.5J".t:9' ' : , ' . . 5i. . " 'Wo ; $ < ' . . . I ' I , " " ' " . . * M . ; . . . . w .t.'it.\'U-\t ! ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , { \ ' . : ; ; : \ ; f \ , r lf # : JfJ ? ' ; : j } f'iJ . 'f j 1 I D' ' 7. : ; , , " . . . " . ( , < : L .r > ; . : \ . . . . > " " " .1r- : : " : ' : .M ; 'i - > ) t-\ ' ' 5' . . ' ' ' ' ' , 'ft-i ! l " " ( ' \-iN > . ' \ , : ; . . . . . ' . . - > . . . " ' ; 'I : ? ! " \ : . . . . . . . . ' I& : 1tt : r " . > ; tt. n' _ f' : ] t.\ " : , ' . . ' ; 0' " \ . ' ; " . , . _ , ; ! ! { 1 . . ' : i ' ' ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

- - - . _ - - - , ' - - - , - . , - - , " - ' - , - . ' , - - _ . - . . - . . , - . . ' , . . . , i1'j , I rlJ 0. : ' ! 0.r 1 ; t \Villialllsville. ; ' : J Ralph Wheeler spcnt Sunday with his friend Byron Dunn. l 1 Byron Dunn took it load of corn ' oats and wheat to the Douglas \ I' [ . . . mill at Falls City for N. J. Dunn. The 'reachers' Reading Circle . . " met last l Monday evening at our : ' schoolhouse. Not many teachers were present owing to the severe , p wcather. : Mr. Frank Gcrwkk and wife r who will leave in a short time for ! , Gage County spent Sunday at thc home of \Vnt. Scholl and l Sunday ' t l'\'l'ning- thc home of Schawang' The young folks of \Vinel1c Ol'rwick spent Sunday evening I at the home of Frank Gcr\\'ick. I ? \lr. l C Stein brink is on the sick list. The infant chile } of George Schut is quite ill. 1\11' C. Stein brink spent Friday l'\'l'nln , : at thc hedside , of his brother I'red. Mr.Verner marketed several loads } o. fat Bogs nt Strauswille ! : 'L'hurs...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

. Y ' . ; : t. . . . ht jj alt ! ) atit ! ! Irribunr . . . , . - - - - - - - - - - - - Vol. II. .Jo. i FALLS CITY , ' EBRjSKrFRIDAY , ' FEBRUARY ! Ii , 1905. \Vhole No. 5C ) i _ _ _ _ n _ _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Miles Will Case , Supreme Court . Decides Against Jos- ' . , . , . . . , . eph H. . Miles - - - . , At its sitting on 'l'hursda\ . - " last week the supreme court of this state handcd down the long expectcd opinion in the Miles will ) ) _ l'ase The opinion is written by Judge Scdg wick , and is concurred in by the other two . judges , 1101- I comb and Barncs. I. It will be remembered that in' ' thc original trial the opponcntsi t of Joseph i\Iiies introduced evidence i dcnce to prove that S. J3. Miles made a will in 81. Louis after thc execution of the Rube will in i whic'h Rube \ \ ill ) ) Joseph svgs ( given - cn practically all of his father's ' _ estatc. Thc execlllion of the St. Ct LouwiJl ! clcnied _ : : - ; was ( by Joseph Miles who contended that the . . ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

1 lr . . i' The Harp , . . - - 1 lien rd , a IIlIlrllllll'UII sound or ( tllrolJlJllI satrhlgs Tint IllIh'el''lI III ! lie tJlIlIlIHllt lW tlt4' Hlrellll- ! HIIII I IUltp tint fluttered like a 'IIIII1t , 11fI1I' " hl"IIJdIlH , I 1'110 111111 hlllo hollu\\'joJ IIf flit \vuothIand waking " 'Ilh sorrows from the slulllo\\ world of 111'1'11111 , AIIII IIIIII ! oC HllIUluw hllulIlell qlleol11'1 ' nnll Icings. t Over your harp you 1J.lItJut ; when J l'lIl1H' You lifted your dark eyes , and ! your song : -111'11- Although : your lingers III the , ( rings ' yet rurlllA' ' 1'Il1l11cll Ihu hIlHhl'1 woutllnl1dl'l ' with cu- chllllll'll pluyilgt-- At you arose tocundet ' 11\ ' 111\ ' 'lillI' , { III OH ' tiling the sweet wU1l1 ' ( that set sly heart ! 1I1hlllll' l ' runt IHlP of I'I''HIIII 111141 of IIIl1l'III'l'It And golden howl ! ! uf ' ' ulnsuer 1 , HUJlIhlrl' IIp''l'll. ' \Ve dlunit dl'eil IIl'11l1lchl4 of life , 0 J.O\"l . IOJI'IIIl'I' ; a. We wlIlIlIl'I'I'1i through din IIhlIts among hI'...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

- NoticcofProbatc of Will . . . - - - - - - III the County Court of Hlcharilsoll Ctlllllty , Nebraska - , , + , Iu the matter of pwbatlllif the last ! gill : allll testalllellt of Katlll'rhle Hallilm tlect'a-lt'll. ! No- tice I-I ! hereby IfIYt'1I all Persona ! interested thaI Herlllall Hallilm has ! deposited ! III talll court all Illstrulllellt IIl1rpOl'tllI1 ! to he tilt last will and testalllelltof said ! Katherine 1Iallilm tll'cea-lel. ! It h ordered that the same h. hl'alll hy t1u court Oil Saturday the 18th d- y of 1'chru'lO' 1 1'.105 at 9 o'elocl a. III. III the Coil ttty court roolll III 1.'a11s City III said COllllt , when \1\11 where all Persons interested stay appear ned contest the Probate thcn'of. By order of the court dated January 2.3thn , t. J . 1905. : : . r' J. H. Wllhlh' . p 5.:1.- : ' ISealJ County Jndact. Legal Notice. f hi the District ! Court oC Hlchanlsoll County , State of hraslm. 'j'h City of lIulllhohlt jf Plailltiff I . ' lT ' ' ' ! -I. - - L' . 'j'IIII"...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

i i AN OLD MAN'S TRIDUTE. An Ohio Fruit Raiser , 78 Yearn Old , Cured of a Terrible Case After Ten Years of Suffering. Sidney Justus , fruit dealer , or Mcn ; tor , Ohio , says : " ) was cured hy DOlln'R Kidney PIIIM oC II severe cn.e ! of I\ld. ney trouble , of eight or ten i wa" ' ' 'Ofil'/i' tllnlllllll : ! ; . l f/ y ' I MutTered the J . . T , , . , most severe AV . 'I backache } and " .3 other pains In r , the region of t , he kidneys. I f u ( 1111 ; ' ' ' ° . . \ These were especially \i. \ II1'rially severe when stooping fiw'ay : .J\'STUB , to lift anything , and often I could hardly straighten l11y huck The aching was had In the laytitne . hilt just as bud ut night , and I was always lame In the IIIornlng I j was bothered with rheumatic pains and drop ] cal fJwclllng of the feet. The urinary puaElIgcs were painful , und the secretions ! were discolored and so free that often I had to rise at 1Ilght. I felt tired nIl dllY. Half a box served to relieve me . and three boxes eff...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

- - mot. \ County Conscience Fund. County Treasurersoot ( has started a conscience futid A short time ago Mr. Zook received a letter from Bern Kansas con- taining' a tell dollar bill accoll1- . . ' ; parried br l note stating that thc , , ) a ; itl . . . . : stun wS to bc credited to a COllll- tr conscience fund 'I'bisIr. { . % oed ( has ( donc 'rl1 s fund should grow rapidly for if there is anything - . thing about " , hicl men will lie. that thing is asscssmcnt and taxc : l\lr. Zook has put thc money out at interest and is ! lnx- . . - - , iusly waiting thc next con tribu- . - ' j tWIT' : - ' . - , ' , I "Cor\vin Fergus. tl Corwin Ferg-u of I ' rank : in _ precinct died of BrigIt t's discasc r r--- : and heart trouble . Sunday. \Ir Fcrg-us was one of thc best Imown . and l Most ) romincnt citizens of j Richardson county lIc settled in hc t west cnd at an chrJy date and by hat ' ( land careful labor had bt comc one of thc most prosperous - ous farmers in thc county. He leaves a wif...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

l . , LEGISLATURE of NEBRASKA - ' A Synopsis of Proceedings of the Twenty Ninth Gew ' eras ! Session i nm _ _ _ _ _ _ SENA'I' [ ' ' senate on the 1st mlillell the work of the caucus and formally placed II. 1I . Goulding on the pay roll , IlS well nB Peter Carter alit ! Stun Grant. 'hIs [ swells the list to sixty . one. Upon the reconnnenda ' ) tlon of the revenue commltteo S. 1. ' . 11:1 : , by Shelllon of Cass , was lndefith ( Itely 110lltponell. 'l'hls hill provided i that taxes on personal property I should bo a lien on the property for two years after due. S. I. ' . 9 ! ) , . by 'l'hollll1S ) of Douglas , told S. Ii' H , by Jennings or Thayer , were pallsed. The fOl'lIIel' ] provides that when nn agent collects honey on commission and mhH\IIIJ'OIIr'latcs ) It no shall Ie guilty t of mllhezzlumellt. S. F. 1-1 provides for the Issuance of school district bonds In l'IUI'of : the Ill'st class. The sellate then resolved into a commit- I0 t of the whole , with 'J'homas In the ehalr , ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

I ( , . THE FALLS CITY TRiBUNE Published Every Friday at FALLS I CITY , NEBRASKA By N 'L'RIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. j r j c . I ; ntcrcd as sccond-class platter , Janu- ary 12 , 190 . lat the post olliccat alls \ > City. Neb. . under the Act of Coil ri-ss of March 3 , 1879. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR , 'l'clephonc No. 22 ( ) . heed thc birds. - : . How would you like to bc a bear and sleep all winter ? . . .T- ' ' ' ' \ 1'hc oldest inhabitant has been . a very busy man this winter. " 'l'he intcr-state comcrcc tight is rapIdly becoming a contest he- - . , . . .r - - twccn the west and thc cast. 'l.'hc prevailing question in these parts ill 1950 will be , has - thc court dccidcd thc l\Ii1cs will case ? - - - - . Dues it pay to have a grand jury ? At a cost of nearly if not quite a th01isand dollars , thc to- . I , tal results arc two mcn lined 530 each for running a gambling . ' other consid- rJom. Every case ( - . . . . l'rcc1 by thc jury was alrC'ady in ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

) 1 , I - _ - - - - - - - - " : Signal for End of Services. I : It wag late In ! the afternoon when . the Scotch minister arrived at the : : . farmhouse. The housewife suggested ' . that \ perhaps he would like n cup of f' K. ton before engaging In "exercises " " ; \11 , Ian . " 8111d 11l' , "I aye tal , ' Illy tea better when my work Is dono. I'll ( just be gattn on Ye can hlng the pan on , and leave the door spar , an' I'll draw to n close In the prayer when I hoar the Imam fizzln' . " . Indian Serpent Worship. Serpent \ wurKhip still survives in India and 11 good snake shrine Is said to be as much an attraction In Ii I house on thc 'Ilalulmr : coast as a garden . i don Is In the case of a country home In the United Statcs. Serpents are , . however , most unobtrusive ! and un lostl ! one walks noiseless and bare- a footed In the dark . as IIIndoos do , snake bit Is nn Improbable con tin. gene 011 a fiat stone In Conway church , Wales , Is the following Inscription : z "Hero lyetn ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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