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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 7 April 1905

- - - - - _ . - : - - - - - - - - - . - - - - ( : . QUit tJallR 1A 0T 11l : CUBAN WAR .J - M ; = . ' Copyright , lS97 , by F. Tennyson hccy. ( I.'up'rjght ( , Is J : J. by S't 1111(1 ( i Smith \ . ! . CHAPTER XXVI-Continued Smllhers has already gone , lesir Otis of safely delivering the missive before the consul whollr hedged In t'v , " , - lJr the crowd that usually slI1'rollnds i , . ' . . him. . , ' . , , - ' Whatever Jack : has written appears , , ; . to deeply impress the quiet gentleman ' . who for years has represented the United States In Cuha lie reads Il . -7. ' ' . through , and placing it In his pocket , r. . . EarS to Smithers : ' . : . "Tell Air , Travers I will he on my " guard , and ready to respond to his n ! . , message at any tlmo .of the dar or .1. . . : < " ; night. . . . r . . , . When Jack hears this ho feels consIderably . sillerahlr relieved. With the Ilowor of the United States government behind him ho cannot see much to fear in the situation While Smith...

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 — 7 April 1905

- - - - - - - - - - . . - McNall's . GROCERY :1. : Fancy und Staple Groceries Fruit in Season Guar. Satisfaction lI'- . untced Free City Del ivey Phone 40 Storage for tlousehold And Other Goods . - . . - Merchants and Business Men "Tith hard accounts to collect , should place them with " " " JOlltl L. Cleaver JUSTICE of the PEACE FALLS CITY NEB For Collection 01' for Suit . . . - . . - - Small Com's on Collections No Attorney Fees on Suits. Defendant pays all Costs. I W. H. MADDOX REAL ESTATE AGENCY Hartfonl Fire Insurance Lands bought and sold houses in city for sale noney to loan Telephone 178 . . . . - - - - - - . . . - - - - , - - . . . - - . . . I A Little Light . T' TwT 17I . . . 4 ) r l / - 1 " ' ! i ? Coal is often productive of considerable heat-- When it will do the most good. Telling you that our coal is better than other coal does not make it so , but our willingness - ingness to warrant its lasting - ing longer and giving more heat than coal for which you pay the same m...

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 — 7 April 1905

. I , - - ' . . I - - , . 'C , , r . . ; L . . 4 IlNNTIQ"i. "rod . ' . " # . panl"c. , Designed to Prevent Panic. The crop of Inventions covering alleged - . lcged fire safely appliances for the. f aters , which was given a new Impetus ur the Chicago catastrophe , Is still prolific. It Is probably safe to esti ! . t mate that not one such device In a r Il11ndred is pl'nctlcal. 1..11:0 : most ant ateur Inventors In approaching large I , problems , the one Idea appears to he to provide sonic appliance 01' equip' ment which might he feasible wore . - audiences to retain their entire self- ' possession. The fact that they do not Is the fatal objection to practically all or these schemes As an example , a panic guard proposed lJy an Oregon Inventor Is lIIustmted herewith. This - consists of a movable partition , which , . . < . . . . . , when not In use , Is concealed below the floor. When a Ore alarm Is given ' ? f"7 T'j ' , . . , . . . . . . : , , , I . . , ' . ' " , , , I . I : : ;...

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 — 7 April 1905

Twice Told Tales It really is a pity that the lobby dosen't adjourn and let thc legis- latttl.c goo hOll1c.-\VYll1orcan. Hcrbet Kerr and l Daisy , with their own opera company , arc playing at thc Crawford theatre , 'ropeka. 'l 1'hcy arc Falls City folks.-Iliawatha . t The Falls City 'I'rihunc has been sued for lihel. It is not of- ten that so young a paper haH this distinction con fe ; red upon ! it.-1 IumLoidt Enterprise. so nom HVHHYJlOUY H1.SH. \Vc hope the time will come in Nebraska when a bright , energetic - I tic country school teacher will ] comll1alld better pay that : S25 a month for her sC1'\'iccs. Some people seem to think that it does . I not require much education or work to teach all the grades hem primary to hig-hschool , in same room every da\ wade through thc snow , carry coal build fires , sweep out thc school house ! be able to lick thc unruly urchins , take care of thc babies , and pre- vent the hh boys front making love to her , she prodes schemes to raise fun...

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 — 7 April 1905

I ) : i LARGEST DIAMOND EVER FOUND Valuable Product of Transvaal Mine Now In England. The Cullinan diamond , which was I found a short time ago In the Premier mine In the 1'rflns\'nal , and which I Ir f the largest diamond ever dlsco\ erect , Is being kept In the closest . . . ' . ' sect'ccr. At the office of the Premier Company the only Information avail , ' . able Is that the stone Is not In Lon. I.on. I' 'fhe Johannesburg Star gives the following description of the great dla- t , j J o tf' ! tr t : -r I . I The large outline shows the actual shape nail size of the Culllllan dlal11ond , I and was drawn from the stone by 1\11' , na1llh ' Stokes lit Johannesburg for the Andean \\01'1(1 The smaller outline shows the t'Xllet shale and size of the vaunted I KohIool' , \ " - . - . . # .L . u.ulld , christened "The Cullinan Din- mend , " after the chairman of the com- l'rtn ' , "Tho stone , which , according to Dr 1\Iolengraaff , has come from n - 0 , # - F \ great depth In the pipe , we...

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 — 7 April 1905

Educational Deparimeni Conducted by County Supt. Crocker M - - - DisL No.4. Janctte Wellcr , tcachcr. Our enrollment so far I for this term is 31. Ou l' pupils I have drawn sc\'cralnicc maps of Richardson County and Ncbras- kat DiL ! 38. Gcorg L. \Vclls. teach cr. Wc have just rccic\'cd a supplcmcntary rcading- book from thc county superintendent as thc start for a library. Our school closcd I.'riday , March 24. \Vc cnjoycd a school picnic April 1st and pluntcd smile trccs. 'rhc school in Dist. No. 71 , Mr. O. O. Marsh teacher closed last Friday. Several pupils took thc . . . . the eight 1 grade 1 cxanllnalton ; ; and expect to attend the Stale Nor- mal School next year. 1\11' Marsh him recently ta1cn a homestead consisting of one whole section in \ Chase County Nchraska. - - - - - - - - The school in Dist. No. 10 Miss : I flea Riley , teacher , closcd March 20. 'l'hc Pupils gave an cntcr- tainmcnt in thc c'cningwhich was well attcnded and enjoyed by many friends and patrons of thc ...

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 — 7 April 1905

. . A SAVINGS BANK. _ Are you aCJualntoll'Ilh 1gooll Savings Dank and do you U1l1lerstand how one would bOllofI you ? ; The City Savings Banle Is most I , . carefully governed by state law and Is regularly : examined hr state olllcol's . . . , . , , Its investments are limited to first . . . , : . \ . , . , mortgages against real estate , bonds , warrants 01' securities of known mar ; _ etnblo ) value and Is absolutely eafe II accepts deposits ) of any size from ) any person , the small savings of the i : . children , the savings of the housewife 01' time accumulations of time huslnos ! man or Investor aumi ) maIms It possi lie to build UlJ an account until such time as the result may be sufficient for an hn'cstmont. or IllIrchase All deposits draw .f t per cent Interest : If you are Inlerostod lu acquiring - . such Information , cul this article out . and mall It direct to us allll wo will " " . \ IJrompllr forward a package ) ) 01 1 { needles or some testimonial of our al ) ' pred...

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 — 7 April 1905

r a i _ _ _ - : - _ _ _ _ _ . _ M _ - - : : : : _ . _ _ _ .swsrrmrncas.a.e . . . . . . -.av ats..rrv-VM . . 3fl.w..rws..rarr. i SPRINGSALE ; - - _ : $ APRil " " 10 : TO APRft L Ef.rs b ! : ! 1 19 ( ) 5 = ? 1 ' - - - . . . . - - , . . - - - - - - . - - - - - - - - - - . . . - - - - i As has always been our custom , "re offer for two weeks : a r r op = 1 per tuiiity to all our patrons to supply their wants for Spring and ; summer at a great saving. We have no favorite customers whom F discounts are always given , but we give our entire trade once each : : A season A GENUINE BENEFiT SALE. Tile Special i-ces made emstl. . . - tend through aU departments and make it to your interest to con = i celltrate your spring business as much as possible into these two weeks. If you do not receive a circular giving full particulars , call for Olle in tile store. . . . _ . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - V LYFORD \ { 1 : , I' ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ . , - - - - - - - , - - - - - ...

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 — 14 April 1905

1A , ! ) . t . . . . . , . ht jj aIls atity ribnn ) l _ _ . - - - - - - - - - - - - , lj Vol. II. No. 15 FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 14 , 1905. I . Whole No 67 - - Local and Personal. t Arbor day next wcck. Plant 1 ' trees . t' Fred Paxton was a Hamlin vis- = itor Saturday. F. \V' ' Cleveland was a Salem p visitor on tl'ucsday. , John Powell , transacted business - ness in Topeka during thc weck. John Simons of Indcpcndcncc. Kansas visiting is in this city. . B. Bell and wife came down 1 from Omaha on Saturday of last wcck. George Culp and Fred Cleveland - land were Hiawatha visitor Sun- clay , Fleming Rouu carne down from Vcrdon and spent Sunday iu this clty. S Floy .McMillan ancl Leah Po- tect visited Hiawatha friends on Sunday. 1 = Mrs. Jennings visited relatives in Salem on Tuesday and \Vcd- " . _ 111"- = : ' 1 ncsday. \Vm. Palmer came down from u Plattm1Outh : the latter part of last wcck. Ethel Cade and Edna \Ven worth sited Dawson friends last Sunclay. Will \ 'Wigt...

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 — 14 April 1905

. - - J STOP ! WOMEN AND CONSIDER THIS .r ALL.IMPORTAN'I + , 6f . .gy r'e 1 FACT ' tfl ( 4z That In iudresstngirs. ] \ . Pinlchnm you are coufklini ; you r private lluto a vonialt -a women whuc ; experience with w'o- Z. ' ( liseaseM eVcrH a great inllty ; yt'irrs. You et n t l lk freely to a wou1nn w hn it is revulthg to relattsyour private tronlles to a than-besideH a ntan does not uudcr- Htand-simply because 1W is a tuna. 1ldilny wonmeti Huller in silence and drift along' from bad to worse , knowing fall we11 that they ought to huvu Ii iitediatc assistance , but IL Imttltl mil y' a S ruudesty impels tIieiii to shrink from exposing theta- M , r' selves to the ( tnestiomis twit ! probably CXILUItnations of . even their family physician. 1 t is uunceessary. S t ' ' ' Without nuilley or price yutt can consult a wotniui L \ f w L i''t whose ituowledge from uetual experience is great. t Mrs. PInkhnln'3 Staiulittg Invitation : \\'onlen $ ufieringg from any form of femnitle weak. + " , x ...

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 — 14 April 1905

I \ > - ' . . .II' . 1 . . . . , . . . - - - - - . r .f ; . ' \ . , f. : ' " , ' ' . . - " ' . 1J . , . ! 1 > 1 IREAVIS & - . ABBEY ! 1 - - - - , .r " _ , , - _ . _ . : _ A , . MODERN w FURNITURE . - ' - STORE - ' " _ I" - - - , I . It's So Easy 'I.i ' To purchase goods of us be you rich k. or poor. , " :1 : ' $ I o. 0o worth of h for S 2 down , . - # - and 50C a week until paid. t-- 25.00 worth of goods for $4 down \ < and $ I a week until paid. . 'I ' 50.00 worth of goods for $8 down _ . . . . . I - . ; _ and $ 2 a week until paid. . : ' , " 75.00 worth of goods for $ 10 down , \ . and S2. 50 week until paid. \ 1.- ; $ I no.oo worth of goods for $15 down k 1 and $ ; a week until paid. . . ' ' Or special arrangements will be 1 'II' " made to suit your 1venience. , _ _ - Our Specialties. GlobemWernicke Elastic Book Cases. Karpens Guaranteed Leather Furniture. Em merich's Feathers and Pil . . lows. Cincinnatti Felt r1attresses. Liggett & Platt's Famous Springs. Bisse...

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 — 14 April 1905

- - - - - . . . . . - - - iJ@8-l 2W9 ( ! 1& ) e Raindrops 1\110)11111 ) ttgniti.l lI.r . \ vhadoAnne / - 1'cli the rlt lir-111th , , of the I 1411\1 1'1I111- 1.lIw tears by Ian Rings ) \\'cpt. \Phen 1\ t ' HHtllg1'11111 ; came ! 1IIIIId\JlI ! 1)3 ) - Anti Ihll 1'1I111111'111114ll'd / wllh II flll'l\\'cll nigh - 1111 I ono III II , ' osebtld dept II III ) ' lilt ( 1\ goal 011 her 1II'IIIt'hr golll AIIII hl'lIIl(1'llI'd the 111111 Ihlll her lo\'h' IJllJd- IInmtlreli 10 Ihlll IIluHhlll1 /I / 0 W'I' , 'I'lli'll I4l1l1hf'1I1II 1411t'(1 fl'lIlII his benne 011 hIAh-- AIIII enli ltd Ihl' 11\111111011 , 1111 to the HIy- \Vhel' hcnuetl her fOl' OIl ) ! HIIIII'l hOill' 8111'1I1-IIIIl't'lI III/hl. / : rnnn . ( . 1'Ip"lIlg do\v11 III HCIII'eh of Il loan ( ( , I' her " jo\vclcI ( 't'4) \ \ ' 11 , AIIII HilI' 11'11111'11 0'1'1' the HIIIIHCI'H bar . , 'I'llotc ( III II ( t 141'11 of nnlothyst , Hhn found the tea Ihlll ; the sunbeam 111'1141'11 And (1II1hlollt'11 l II into a : slur , A glillcllo...

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 — 14 April 1905

. . - Local and Personal. - - - Goldfield richest place on earth. l ' HSa1m thc Shoe Killg' was ill our city 1'hurslay. ' ' 3 . "j John Parlier is visiting with Grand Islalld friellds. Lard , ham and Bacon at very low prices.Coupe & : 'I'ltornton. \Irs. lIaUield or li'air\'iew , Kas visiting with her mother \Irs. , Sender in this ctty. ' . l - George Miller of Beaver City i visited with friends in this city \ . , the fore part of the week. \Vhen in need uf a juicy steak or a prime roast beef , teiepl1I1e ( 74.-Coupe & : 1'lmornton. , ' : . : . ' 'l'alc notice uf the excellent fit \ . - : ' of the suits purchased at h'V. . Clc\'eland's for comparison. Linn llimmelrcich and George Dcitsch bagged t wen t-111ree Jack snipes , in Denschoters meadow on \Veclnesday. Mrs. Seymour who has been visiting with her daug-ht r .lrs. } 'I. Giannini returned Tuesday to . her home in Fairfax' Mis o..tri. - Bishop " Williams left Tuesday e'cningfor Auburn , where he confirmed a class of fuur. ...

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 — 14 April 1905

. . FLEET MOVEMENT _ . - ONLY PORTION OF RUSSIAN NAVAL FOnCES SEEN. SOME OF THE SHIPS ARE ABSENT Only Two Battleships and Lighter Cruiser ; , Arc With Squitdron.- Whereabouts of the Other Are Not Known , at Least Not Divulged. SINGA PO -I"lrtrone ships of Vice Admiral ltojestven9lcy's second Pacific squadron passed hero Sunllay. 'rho most Iml101'tunl I IIghling vessas of the squudron Inchllllng time bttttle ships Knlax Houvu'Orr ! , Alexander 11. Borocllno and Orel , with their comple ment of cruisers and torpedo boat destroyers , dill not arrive and their whereabouts Is totally unlmown. The vessels which passed Singapore were the following : Battleships SISROI , VP-1IltY and Olog- Cruisers Admiral Nnhhimoff Dmitri , Dousl\Ol , Aurora , Isunu ud . Jemtchug Allnaz , HUSH , Anadyr FIII'Ht Bismarck J\alsorln l'1rla 'Ihvresa Kals'rht Au- gust Victoria Kaiser l"rledl'lsch , mon . allll sovett torpedo boat destroyers , all sailing \ under the naval flag. 1Jnller the commercial flag were t...

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 — 14 April 1905

. . Afterll1ath. Without intending to prolong . a post mortem to inordinate length f we feel a few words regarding f hc remarkable ace made by Mr. Dorrington will not be out of . , . . , place at this time. , t The citizens convention was so lar elj' attended that thc court room was inadequate to hold the crowd. \Ve have heard the num- ber estimated at five hundred. Through some misunderstanding which has never been satisfactorily - ily explained , Mr , Leyda was nominated without expressed op- _ . . . . . ; . _ osition. Notwithstanding thc Y . ' many men who voted for thc citizens . I I " izens candidate solely because . they were members of this con- vention , notwithstanding th ' e . " ' : ; ; . r ; News and the Journal both work- ' . 'cd over time for Lcyda ; notwithstanding - standing : Mr. Leyda had the democrats - ocrats behind him a- ! well as the bolting clement of the republican \ party ; notwithstanding Mr. Lich- ty rcccivcd 62 , votes most of which would ordinarily have ...

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 — 14 April 1905

RIOT AT WARSAW I I - - I FOUR PERSONS KILLED AND FORTY WOUNDED - SEVERAL OF LATTER WILL OlE Crowd Carrying Red Flags Attack Patrol . trol of Troops and Pollce.-Proclam. atlon Dlntrlb'Jted Warning People . .Away from Public Buildings . WI\HSAW-A serious ( 'olln'l ! oc ( rmll lit 7\0 : \ 0'101 SllIlIlay ctnhmg III Dzllm I stl'eel , where II .11.'wlsh so dllllAI seta ) 1010WII liS the BlIIlIl hall organized IL demonsts 1'1I11011 , ' { 'roo ps whleh canto to disperse the gathering fired into the crowd , killing four PCI" Ions allll woullellllg forty olhers. Other disturllllllc05 ( arc reported 10 rove occurred 'Iio { street huh 1101.11 pin ll'Olloel thl'ollghollt the Iuy. ( COllllltlollH hel'O arc can sing much easiness and norVOIISllflSH Hnlld 1II'IIIIcII 1)roclnnut- lIolls have lIecll fOlllld III the streets , wal'lIll1g the Public ) against wnlllnJ near Public hlllllllllgR and outer places , tiS h01ll1'11I ) would ( he thrown III these qual'lel's , Several IUU'ollts i whose cuil ell'...

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 — 14 April 1905

. Y \ THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Every Friday at ALLS CITY , NEBRASKA By 1w' ' TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. Entered as second-class matter , Janu- ary 12 , 1904at the post olliceat l.'alls City , Neb. , under the Act of Congress of March 3 , 1879. - - - - - - - ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Telephone No. 22 ( , . . OUR LIBRARY. rl'hc Hiawatha World speaks in highest terns of our library , and . ' . . , ' - - - its visit it ; 1--- urges people to whcn \ in Falls City.rl'hc citizens of this city cannot appreciate this splendid institution too greatly , - . . . nor over estimate thc great service - . . . - . " vice Mrs. Woods has been to our - \ommunity : making thc gift. * * * Do you realize that during the month of March sixty-onc Falls City youngsters were either reading - ing or having read to them stan- dard historical works ; forty-fivc were at work on biographies and I one hundred and six were studying - ing volumes on scie..ce. In addition - . clition to this , five hundred and eighty vo...

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 — 14 April 1905

, THE STRAIN OF WORK. Best of Backs GIve Out Under the Burden of Dally Toll. Lieutenant George / ; GVarron , of No , a Chemical , Washington , I ) . C. , nays : "Il's nn honest fllct that Doau's Kidney P11la did 4 1110 a great lot of &z _ good , and If It true I ' were not ' \ \ f. " woulll not recotn fti ' 1Ilt'11I1 Um01n It wus gi . I , the qtrulll of ltft , . ? cty Ing tllat IJI'ought - ' 11 on l1lIey 1 ! trouble ' , ' ; < - " - and vlcahenctl my tt . IJfio1e , but since ml- lug Doan's Kidney Pills I have lifted liOO lolllllla ) nnd felt 110 hllll effecta. I hove not felt the trouble come bade slnco , although I had suffered for live or six years , IIlIII other remedies had lIot helped mo lit nil. " her sale hy all doalors. Price liO cents. Fostorl\lllhlll'u Co. , Buffalo , N.Y. When Day Begins. The / HOIl1I1I1A and the ancient EgYlI- damns l'O'IOI'd the day front ! mlllnight to midnight / ; , while the I1ohrows , Athonlans nnll others l'eC'lwned It from sunset to HUIHIOI....

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 — 14 April 1905

. , ! Palls City Tribune , BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. . , FALLS CITY - - NERASKA. I : " " ' I \f : " ) i A Heading , Pa. , paper compliments : GO\ Pcnnnmcl\Or by saying that ho I ' . . : . : { . , . "rodo like . a Contaur. " But lot's see. . Centaurs were not built for riding , ' \1 Ere they ? I ' > I' Prof Grlgorl Nlclwlalowllch Potanln I' I . 1. l as been arrested by the Russian gov- Cl'laucnt on suspicion. His name Is Ggurdod as strong circumstantial evi deuce against him. "M " : t. . Society began with the monkey din- 'AlIft , nor , science followed with the dlnmHl.u- , , ' " " rus tea , and now sport comes forward ' with the rhinoceros banquet. Finance " " , " . " 1 , dines regularly on lamb. " : , - . . . . . : - - - - - - - - , c- . . : . So far , the prayers of the Phlln.del- f.hla people for Mayor Weaver appar- . ertly haven't accomplished much , hut It's a good thing for the people of any city to get the praying habit. " Those waves that rolled over the I Cedric may not ...

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 — 14 April 1905

- - - . . _ - r nut// / , ' f' t . r , I Mti 4 t J , S bil. G . ' ) . . I\ I " 1 J , . - ' , ' , . , ! - . ; : . : / ' . I ' : ; I,0 / , ' . "l 'l.fi . ; . "XTRAGOOD ' rroday's Offer ill Y Choice Suits for Boys , , . Two-piece Double Breas- . I ted Three-piece Knee Pant 1 Stylish Norfolk Boy's' ' Long Pants. ' In I Cheviots , Cassia meres , orsteds ; lined with the best materials _ . . _ I _ : _ . _ _ _ _ : _ h _ _ . . . . . . . . alld lallun.u III 1l1USt Su- .1. . \ penor illanilCl' . $3.50 to $8.50 . . - - - - - - - - - - - - Hargerave & . ' t W Hargrave tragood Clothes for l Boys and Children " " " " " ' t Chamberlall1' Cough ! Kennedy the Best n.nd Most Popular. 1\lpthcrs buy it for croupy children , railroad men buy it for severe coughs and elderly people buy it for la g-rippc" , say Moore . Bros. , Eldon , Iowa "Wc sell more of Chambcrlain's Cough Remedy - mcdy than any other kind. It seems to have taken thc lead over several ! other good brand. " There is 110 question but...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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