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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 31 March 1905

, . , " - . ' " 1" rJ- : : . . .1 _ [ all , (1 ( . . ' : " , . . . 1 A TALE or ill CUMN WAR , " . : ' ' " . . . . . . r . ; LM LL ' " ' W ' 1)Z"I ) . y Copyright , 1S97. by 1' " 'rCIIII 'HUIi Nccb' CHAPTER XXV. On the Way to the Plaza De Toros. Smithers Is secretly delighted with 'he great nerve exhibited by his patron 1 - ron , for If there Is anything on earth the secret agent admires , It Is pure 1 , . ' grit. , .i , . ; , Ilavana Is never thoroughly awake tlt. ; . , . . . . . . . until this hour of sunset , and to , night " the gay capital means to outdo every previous , effort. The horrors of war will ho forgotten In the grandeur of n military carnival , and until the small hours of the early morning merriment .I . _ mist abound Aroused from his reverie hy the coming of a servant , Jack Is again led - to the dining hall , where he finds the. senorita : awaiting him. She looks more ravishingly beautiful - ful than before and might charm the I most confirmed bachelor ; but Jack I...

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 — 31 March 1905

. . . . . . . . . . - . . . , , : - " ' = " " ' : ' : ' " ; : - - = - : Local and Personal. . - - - - - - - The soda water days are here. Thos.I'aluler returned Satur- ay from \Vymore. ' ' ' and Ross l Fuser - Kcal I Thornton oss er visited Rube friends : : on Sun- lay. J. Ia. 1 Lej'da made a httSiiiess rip to Dawson last 'l'ucsday lfternoon All the banks were closed 'l'ucs- lay afternoon to ( a tend the 1\Iell ul1l'r.tl. .1. H. Cain jr. of Stella was down o nlll'IH1 the 1\lctl funeral 011 l'uesday ( , Frank Peel of St. Joseph was visiting with his parents luring the wl'l'k. Grant \\'il1dle is building al1 addition to his 1'lsidcnce : on 5th . and Wilson Street. Rockefeller is as hard put to give his ! money away as the average - . It age : 111\11 \ IS to ram It. Mrs 1 Lar1'ster and Jennie . Watt - t C ) nc of Preston visited with friends in this city SUl1day. . \Vr1. \ \ ' . A. Fowler returned Monday from a short visit with relatives in White Cloud , Tans. F. C. James left ] tor 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 — 31 March 1905

L _ _ - _ _ _ _ Totally Irrelevant Dumlo-I never saw a man lUte Drlxton to drift away from the subject under discussion r Barrass-As for Instance ? Dumle-I just asked him what 110 was doing the night I saw him down the road and he waded IUl answer by _ . , , . . remarking that be had known people to gel rich by attending to their own , business I have no doubt he has , but why should he mention it at that time ? - The Brainy Editor. "Wh do you send back all my contributions . trlbutlons ? " asked Miss Yelloleaf ill angry tones. "My dear child , " answered the editor Itor , "it Is an unalterable theory of mine that no one should write for the papers before she is at least 30 years at age. " IIe calculated that she would not bother him for about ten years at least. - . - - Father Was Loaded. f" I . .r ' ' > - -nf . r r . s.x . . . . ti N , 1-\1" 1 : ) Little Tessie (3 ( a. m.-Mammll : , Is that thunder I hear ? 1\Irs. Wise ( waiting for hlm-No , That's your papa coming upstairs as ...

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 — 31 March 1905

Woman's Club Notes. Interesting facts brought out in thc District Convention of Woman's clubs last week which were crowded out of Tribune from lack of space. Mrs. H. M. Hitchcock of Lincoln - coIn remained in thc city a week after thc convention thc guest of Mrs. tl' J. Gist. Our city library was admired by many visiting dclcgatcs. Few towns of this size have such a good building nor a fine collection - ion of 1)OOkS. Eleven Lincoln ladies were in attendance at the convention. 'l ire } ' helped much in the interest - cst and enthusiasm of thc con- vention Twenty seven federated clubs were reported by delcgates. Of these Lincoln , Pawnee City , tI'e- cumseh , Humboldt and Falls City have the largest numbcr. There was general rejoicing over the passage of the Juvenile court law by the 1'g'islatul'c. \Voman's clubs of Nebraska have made every effort for ttte success of this mcasurc. There seems to be little inter- Cft taken by local clubs in the civil set vice law. Many wonder why the ...

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 — 31 March 1905

t , , . . - - - - : -JlGl ; x1 ; ' ! jJ17jjJ e My C:1t. Our n'lghhol"R cat Is Persian , the Jones'A , Is Maltese , AuntY'R big Angora has feathers to her , tutees ( At least , they look like feathers ) and a , tall so big lllll white \\'hen that kitty meets a puppy dog , I tell you , It'H a sight ! But when 1 ask : "What breed Is I11lne- my pussy , sleek and fat ? " 'J'hcy . lough . , mini pull my curls and say : "J fl'at'-jURt ( 'a t. " . It's true her eyes nt'en't yellowand her tall 1M 'UtileI' ! small , J don't know If she : ! ever hall 11 pc -I-gree at 1111. f - : - ( 'I'hnt 1111 word menus her mother , her grandma . too , they say , : That they all took prizes at a show , were , marked ! a special way ) , : r What do J care for mat kings , for prIzes I fillll all that r- My ltltty's just aH 11I'cclous If she Is just f" cat ! r _ She was the dearest kitten , all scamper . and all fur ! Not one 01' all my path could make me , , laugh at her ; She be ' ' but I know may be'CI'Y com...

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 — 31 March 1905

wrr Local and Person ul. . . . - - - - Mr3. George Holt has been ser- iously sick this week with heart trouble. Joe Harper of Shubert was in the city a short time rida.r nigh t , on his way ; home from Hulo. George Dilts was in Hickman this week looking after somc business matters connected with the estate of he t late 8amuel ; Icffcnbaugli. Hev. Smith , presilenl of the : L4'alls City BlIsirless college , left wIth his wife and "redncsrlay for Pennsylvania where they will spend the suuiitier 1\lrs. Grallt \Vindle and little daughter 'l'hclma and \Irs. Chloe Lewis visited l\lrs Edna Grifiiths in Verdon the latter part of last week , returning home Sunday. Jay \Iitchell became owner of a I . . . I qllartcr sectIOn iii I ) IC ' I 0115011 County , Kans. , 1'.londay. 'rhe consideration was 400 , and was consllmatcd hy \Vhittalcr Bros. . Albert Maust accompied D. I D. I eavis to Chicago on his fmiturc buying tour. This sllgg st'on will entitle every one to guess as to when it will occlIr...

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 — 31 March 1905

t 1 . : ; , . . . Value _ of Comp ttlve ! ( Tests. I cannot conceive ! how solve people attach thc importance they do to competitive tests of dairy cows at cx , Ilosltions ' 1'hat they have 0. value Is certain , but It Is not fiS great liS many people sUlllJOse. The tests do not really prove the differences between breeds , for the simple reason that no one Imows just what the average of any breed Is and It Is impossible \ to select cows that represent the „ avers ; ' " . In fact , the good cows se tt + ! - - lech" ] are generally very good cows , and , an such , far above the ordinary quality of the breed. But this does not help to show differences between breeds , for the breed that happens to have the best cows available for a ? , , , test is not certain to be the best reed. Also the breed that can pro duce a few extraordinary mlllwrs is not as good as the breed that has a very large number of good m1l1ecrs t So I do not believe that competitive tests on a limited scale will ever...

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 — 31 March 1905

Rulo. l'hos. Wintcrbottom was from White Cloud Sunclay returning Monday cvcning. The high wind Monday overturned - turned several small out buildings hut no great damngc was ; donc. Revs ' I4ylcr of Table Rock preached at thc Methodist church Sunday evening having exchanged - cd pulpit with Hev. Dcal. Irs. McDonald camc back from California 'Puesdav c\'cning. She will dispose of her Nebraska property and Make her home in thc Golden States , Stephen Cunningham is rush- ing work on his new housc. The frame work is up He will have quite an up to late residence when it is complcted. Edmund Dorstc. son of\Vm : Dorstc , mct with quit a mishap last Friday cvcing. He was ( Ox- crcising his muscles by "skinning thc cat" on an apple tree near the house when hc fclt. Hc bccam unconscious and after hc had revived - \'ivcd it was several hours bcforc circulation became normal. Hc fell on his head and shouldcr which gave a had wrench to-his ncck. Ohio. Sadie Peck visited with Ida Spouse Sunday. E...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 31 March 1905

: ' , V Y # ! ' . , - - - - - - - - - Ifs ! SCIATIC TORTURE PAIN SUFFERED BY MR , MARSTON AS GREAT AS MORTAL OAN S11AND. For Fix \llIlIth ; lit ( ' 1111 lei Sill : "urll III ( L nell-lin 1't'lI" nf n itemtt'tly " 'hlth : j . JlnsOh't'lI I't ' rfecl ltt'lIt'f I - „ c The case of 111'lnr ton show I bat ) E sciatica clot bo cured , null uo0110af Meted 1 ' . . * - hy it Should Illlow hilllslIlf to ho dis. heartencd. lIe wits first , stricl'l'lI about , n your ago , ruin ( for six months ho sull'C'cII ! pnin which ho thinles the 1II0st. iii tense ' , that any mail couldl1ossi hly staarl. / ( ] Asked ubout ho 1 delnils of his relllark- n1)10 recovery , 1\11' \ll1rston gave the following - lowing account : 'I was attacked hy 11. 11\11111mcss 01' dun fcjug ] justt hide of 111) right hil } . I dilln knots what ho 1 matter . ter wns , but thought it was RilllIY ] ] 1\ P . Rtilfness that woltlel wear away in 110 short tilllO. It didu , however , and soda the pain became so very hncl Ihllt ever...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 31 March 1905

loters of Third Ward ' war waged upon me in the wad reminds mc of the battle of Waterloo when , ombincd Mmics of lattropc 'onted the great Napoleon Waterloo of 1' ails City with ombatants will meet in con- on the fourth of April at the 3 to decide its fate for the en- g two years , Several cour- from the opposing general ised mc to resign , my answer j "not while life remains , ' . .ing'donc so much during my' ' m of office , I fear not the ret - .t at the hands of thc intelli- nt voters in that days battle , me whom 1. always regarded ilh much esteem , are not on my de in the conflict , and as anyone ot for mc mmn.t necessarily bc g'ainst me , with such remarks s''IIe is ! too 01 < 1" plainly inc1i- , An- atcs to mc their position > her foul mouth blatherskite of Ku- reptile plies m lieutenant ropattdn now on the retreat frolll Mnkcdin who hauls aminition to his fort says I caused a reduction of live cents a ton in his hauling coal to an institution in town which is a most (1...

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 — 7 April 1905

- - - - - - - - - . - l , I s T r. , arht j alt ttit rihunt. l' i . _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' I VaLlI. No. I4 FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 7 , 1905. \\Thole No 66 r fi . - - Leda ; Elec e ci Mayor ; ; . i- , Other Intere-sttng ItemaS' 'Re- i , l1arding ElectionoS' , . " . . , , -4 _ In most of the ll11portaut cIties thc democrats wprc successful in thc municipial elections this. wcck. Chicago , St : Louis , Kansas City , . T ; Kas. , Lincoln and Falls City all went dcmocratic. 'rhc election in Falls City was bitterly contested and thc successful - ccssful candidate earned his vic- tory. 'rhc republicans were badly handicapped by the fact that many members of thc party felt bound 1 by hc action of the citizens - zcns convention . and thc further fact that quite a number ( al\\'a\ ' vote for the prohibition candidate in , a municipial clcction. The organization behind Lcy- da was perfected by such old wheel horses as Joe Miles , Cl...

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 — 7 April 1905

, iTS MERIT IS PROYED ! _ _ h _ _ _ I RECORD OF A GREAT MEDICUIE A Prominent Ctnclnnatt Woman Tolltt I How l.ydl" 1' ) . Pinkham' Vegotctblu Compound Completely Cured liar. , - - - _ . - The great Iroo,1 , Lvdia J : . l'inlhnm' Vegetable ! COlli pOll IIi I is doltw 1l1ll0l1g' the \\011I011 of America is l'llct.illg the lolllioll of Illany ; of our leading Idontllils , and ' thinlciug' people ' ) g'cner- n11y. , oP. : ' . .T \W ! ' " ' ' : J.f/Z ' - ; ; " " ' i't- ' " , W ! ! 41 i l f - . , ( ( J51 "r4 9 \ J. l 1ft ) , .I Ii' , < t..r > ' . .f. . ' - ' J , ' - ' , . : t - ' . I' - - / ' \ \ ' t..ln : .n . ? ( _ , . . . . "Ji . ' 1.\I , . "I.- : ; . , . n . iO\ : < J , ' \ [ 41i'iJara'Vj : ' on 1'ho followlllg' Il-tlpl' is . only one of I Inn ny tholl'lI11d'i which an' on tilt' in ; I the 'I'illlchlllll 011\1'1' \ allll , JO to prOVo I hl''yoltll , ( j lIItioll , ihat I . , L.vdia 1.l. ; I'illk- 11Il1II'S 1relutuble ( ' - ; COlllpollnd IIII1St. . ho a 1'l'IIIl'dy of grt'nt me...

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 — 7 April 1905

II I - - - - - . , : grT umrr : , An Old Game. M r We " :1t and watched the shooting stars , . Across the IIZIII skies ; r ( YBef retthe 1 < lsH the idies 'ou ( ( now , - noforc the ! Julclc IInHh dleH ) , But meteors were fuw. or I'lso Too slow our mortal eyes : And so wo cheated . she and 1- We counted IIrelllcs ! 'I'lml' was In ! summel'lImo-hut now WO cannot Hit outside ; The stars are there hut IIghtnhig-bugs . This cold < I cannot abide , , . ' But when I longed for spring to come j lIe blue eyes opened wide : " ; \ly goodness ! (10 wo really need Excuses now ? " she riled. ) g I -le\0InI1l1 Lender. . , ' , - - - : Burglar Neatly TrafJped. E . . Whcn the assistants at a Bristol . ( Eng < ) pownbroker's entered the lI'em' ) , ; ' ises the other morning they saw a A man crouching \ In a corner behind a box Ho tried to rush past a file of customers wailing to bo served , but 10 . was secured. He proved to bo Richard . ard Halstead , a mason , and In his . possession was ...

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 — 7 April 1905

. Local and Personal. J. II. Miles was in the City ( luring the week. Dainty creations in Dress Hats at Mrs. llrcithaupts. Sallie Shocnhcil returned from Stella on Monday. Jennie Prater was on the sick list luring this week. John Dorring-ton was clown from Lincoln this Neck. Louie GocUernon returned to Pawnee City on 'ruesday. Newest and latest in street wear at Mrs. Breithauphts. Ii' \V. Celeveland was a busi- ness visitor in St. Joseph ycster- day. Ike Lyons , Jr. came up from , Oklahoma for a short visit in this ci ty. I. A. lim.o ) ' and wife of Ver- don were in this city cn 'l'hurs- ' clay. clay.Win \ Wm 1. Ross , and son of Verdon were in the city on business 'l'ues- ctay , Joe Norris of Lincoln visited with relatives in our city during , the week. Bc sure and attend the millinery - ery opening this week at Mrs. Brcit haupts. C. 1\1. IIeiazehtan of Verdon attended to business in this city 'l'hursday. Ed King came in between trains and cast his vote with the good pcople. A tine...

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 — 7 April 1905

. . . _ . . . . , . . , , . , , , , - . - ' - _ , ; \ r. _ ' ' : ' ' ' . ' ' , I ' " ' - < i\t aww. . " W' " rtf. < i - WWtiu-MJ/4 11' " jf ANNOUNCEMENT < ' , _ , > > FOR THE YEAR . _ . . 1905 _ _ _ I . . . . . . s , I ' \ ' , . - . ' I i I - . . " _ . . . . . , , , . I . , ' L , kr"J---- : _ . . . . . Mattings better than ever. The Spring line now coming in and at prices always the lo\vest. We have just received 1,000 yards of Japanese rtattings that \ve will sell as a leader at 25c per yard. This grade always brings 35c in other stores. You will do well to anticipate your needs. The war has shortened the supply and when this is gone \ve cannot duplicate. We viII carry a fuller line of Carpets this spring than usual. . Keep this in luind. We are in a situation to save you l11oney. All Car- : - pets sewed . . , on our own l11achines. \Ve can give you an ingrain Carpel sewed in 20 minutes after order. This is a great benefit to farmers , , and over others prices costs ...

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 — 7 April 1905

. . . a-'UW iJ MAN -IN HIS I TIME r I I I By HELENA SMITH ( Copyright , 1911:1 : , lIy 1II\lIy Story 1'1I1ICo ' dl - , . rn - . IIJIIOIIU' hO\\,11 latt " 1f 1\lnlll'lIIoIHl'lIc nlld \I'slpllr will COIIIO Ihlll wa ) -thNo Is 1\ cortalll table . hie llelilo ( nlllollg zo PUIIllIl ) , " All ex- pl'l'flsl\'o shrug of Fl'onch shoIl- % tlP1'1I : and IIgnlll AlphollHO hall 111'0\011 hint t'll'a mllll of 1'111'0 ntti- ! ! tloll and tuet Never did ho make Il mlHtlllw III Iho placlllg of 'glll'Hls. Ito wns Il sClltllIIOlllullHt ( , tuna AllJholHw , 111111 hud I'cglll'll for the IItllcss of IhlllgH ( , 110 I I could tell nt n gallce ] whlll tit , blo to IIOUt UIlYOIIO who ellterell the fllhhiollnllio 1'01l11l1ll'allt : wliore ho wits ono of the whlto-ullI'Ollod cOlltlllgoIlC UIIOII this occlIslolI Allhollllo ) : ex- ( 'PlllHI ( hltllRell' PI'lde In hIs art mallo hllll alllhltlolH to show these Ilcopio wlillt ho cOlllel 110 , fur It'H worth an l'xt rut effort , ullltle frolll the till , to ho a...

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 — 7 April 1905

1 ; I' Local and Personal. - Eat Sowlcs Candy. Ingram Cain 0 f Stella spent Sunday in the city. . . \ ; - 1'.lrs. J. R. Cain has been ill with grip and bronchitis. Charlie Ncltlcback is visiting relatives in this city. Dr. A. Gaiscr , dentist over Richardson county bank. Fresh oysters at thc same old pricc--Coupc 1'h01'l1ton. Mrs. 1'.10wcry and son of Vcrdon . . 1'- ' were in this city Sat urdav. i 1 I Sec Coupe & Thort1 ton for all , kinds of salt and fresh fish. ' 1 Falloon transacted business in r- ; - Dawson Friday of last week. ] phmimVithcc of Stclla"dsit- 1 cd friends in this city Sunday. I y " Dr. Robertsdentist I I i over Kings Pharl1acy. Fresh bulk oysters direct from Baltimore at Coupe & 1'h01'l1tons. 'y ' Rue Gates of St. Joseph spent V this week with her parents in our city. , Mr. and Mrs , G. C. Jennings spent Sunday with relatives in Salcm. t " Gorman Hdncnlan wa down from Vcn10 ! 1'.10nday'isiting t ' 1-t . rclath'cs. t Anthony Ncsladck came up . " , from Hia...

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 — 7 April 1905

, . . . . - . - MISS BULL RCOVfRS [ _ ' ' or S'rREUGTil l'BARrUL DEOLINE ) OOMPLE'rnLY ARRESTED , - - - - MC'IIII'III ndll ! hail , \IIIIII..II : xllllll 'd itrclt III YIIIII Altuniptr III Hf1Ill\U llua'-A Itt + tnHu ' I < ttltlu J:1 UIt. 1ho : recovery of Miss : : Gertnulo L. Bull III of gl'l'at IlIll'l'l'st to the lIIllical worll ] A very hllli cough , followed n. HU\'ero Ill- lack of IlIwl1mollia. 11. seamed impossible - hlo to IJI'/llc : it , till or 10 restore her strength , which hllel ( hpl'll ( sadly tlllder- millce ] 111Illite ) of the best otToI'll of the doctors raid tltu 11/0 / ; of ! W\'Crnlllfl\'tJl'- tiHPIIIIIOIII' : ' ! of Irt'Ilt.IIIl'IIt her comlit ion tinily / grew IIIO\'lJ ) HCl'ioUS. She ftitnlly / discontinued : I all nediCiuo and gave herself . self Ul } 10 IlespIl l' . . " ' , ' ' condition nt thlll \Vh it I WIIS your tulle ? " Hlw ) was IlHl'I'I ] " 1lyltollllwh Was so weak I could not leeep food tlotvr1. 1 ImtTorOll from COil. slant / 111111"11. My kidne...

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 — 7 April 1905

. ) TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ! Published Every Friday at l ALMS CITY , NEBRASKA 1 Dr ; . , ' 'rRIDUNE PUBLISHING CO. - Entered as HCCOlld-clas mattcl' , January - , ary 12. 1IJO-fat thc post olliccat to'alls f City,4Ncu. , tinder ! the Act of Congress of March 3 , 18iIJ - - - - - - - - - - j ONE -D-o-LL-l l IEYE \H \ Jf Telephone No. 22 ( ) . I ' CONCERNING TELEPHONE n ; t RUrJlORS. ! ' - The News is authority for the statement that an "ugly : rumor" is out to the effect that The Tribune - ut1e had agreed to cease its opposition - sition . to the.telephot1c ordinance , - - . - . prodded , thc local company would support Dorring-ton for mayor. The News then pro- I cecds to lecture this paper about . its friendship for thc farmers mutual company. Our first and only information about this "ug-ly rumor" was dc- . rived from the Ncws. The ru- mor mayor may not have had its _ . origin in the fertile imagination i of the editor of thc News , but to say that he did not know such a tale was a...

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 — 7 April 1905

Lay or the Has . liccn , Oh , HIli" ! the time flung or the howl nnrl 1I1fJ HUtln ! I , 'I'hl' HOII" or the \ IIIhh have heen i 'I'he Hon ) ( or thu ellI ) ' when your kick wnH full , 'I'hl' HOIII or Ihf' lIow-nlll-tllf'II ) , Oh , tell \ 11I0 the tide or the I ! lillII' you had ) ) \\'hl'lI money WIIH chc11i1 1114 (1II't. Awl yon olJllIl'eI ! willi' III IJIIHlcet Iota AI six 111111 ( n belt Jlcl' 4ttuh't. Oh , Hphl 1Ill' the yarn or the wH'e-'o- ( , Oh , serve flu the I good ) obi con , Ohl , elllll ! IIII ! II 1I/II'ilel / of the wily slave , J III IIstelllng' , Put ) , Go Oil Helllclllhl'l' the tllllo thllt you 11fIko ) the htul IC 1 DowlI lit the Hl'Ullcll ens IIlght- YOU smelted HU high that the cohiinga hlll"cel And the ell'npr ) WIIH : out : or sight LeI's 111'/11' / ugulll or the 11I1'11 you'\'o Hllllw ) AIIII the hOI'Hl'1I you gave IIWII- 1\1) OYOH Htll'I out nail lilY CIlIM expand / At every word you smiy . .1UHt 111111 IIII ! II HIII'I' I/r the dear old lrolllO. or the de...

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