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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 26 May 1905

_ _ _ _ _ ' 1" , " ' ' ; l't. ' ' ( ' : , ql , ] w : ' ' . \ , " 'J , , r : ' ' , " , ; ; ; 1 \ , ' . , , , ' 4 " , . t rami i1b'un. ! l ± . . , , . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Vol. II. FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , l RIDA , MAY 26 , 1905. Whole No 72 Elks Instedled . 1 m The Falls City lodge of B. P. O. E. , was installed with thirty- seven charter members Saturday nigh 'rhe Omaha team of , i' ' fourteen members was down to do the work , and the installation was in charge of : Mr. Taylor of S Omaha , grand exalted ruler. The t , officers of the new lodge are Dr. Fred Kellar , Rev. ! -1. B. Smith , S Geo. E. Hall , R. C. James , fIer- I ' ' man Minnick , Ed lay Dave I Davies , John Powell acid Grant t \Vinde1. After the' ceremony of 4 , _ iii'- installation was over and the candidates had recovered from r : the goat ride , an elaborate bdn- ' " . quet was served. 5 Several speeches were made by the visiting members , and alto- gether a royal good time was 11acl. 'rhe lodge...

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 — 26 May 1905

_ _ ' .H' _ " _ _ - _ _ " . . . . _ . . . . _ " ' _ " _ . _ . . _ _ . . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ r . _ - . - . 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . .i _ ,4k 4 , : I r . ; . t l' \ 'I . FOLESI ' K1DNEY CURE ' ! . . Will positively cure any case of Kidney a - . . . . t I l tt I I i or Bladder disease".not beyond the , reach ' of' medi ine. , . No medicine . can 'do ' morc. ' . . , , , .I' . I , . t ' . FOLEY'S' KIDNEY CURE . Passed Stone and Gravel ' With Excruciating Pains , : ' I A. H. Thurnes , Mgr. Wills CreQk Coal Co. , Buffalo , 0. , writes : , ; } . . . I ' eel have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years , passing . , . 'f" strengthens the urinary organs Ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains. Other medicines only ) . . , gave relief. After taking FOLEY'S KInNEY CURE the result was builds the kidneys and invigsu prising. A few doses started the brick dust , like fine stones , etc. , . Up . . . ' and now I have no pam across my kIdneys a. 1 I feel like a new man. . ' orates ...

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 — 26 May 1905

- " ' ' RAISING STREET BLOCKADE Two Motormen , on Different Tracks , in an Operation Out of the Common - mon Run of Things. ! . . i 4 . The motorman is resourceful , t and with the power at his com- muud he is able to raise almost any blockade that may be caused by a stalled tenet in front of him. S Hut in New York ; a sort of coni- . ; ,1b1)01111(1 , blockade that was n little .1 ' ' .t out of the common , a blockade calling ( for the use of two trolley I" . Cars moving iu opposite direc , I , tions , before it was successfully raised , occurred recen tlJ' . To the ' outsider it looked hopeless at one ( time , but the two motormen be- twceu them did the trick very II ice 1 , ) ' . The blockading vehicle was a \ t wo-horsemail van , bound east , and siuck diagonallY \ across the , eastbound track. The going was Slippery and the horses ' " l'ouldn't 01' wouldn't pull the t' 4 wagon another iuch. , I Bo there it stood between the two cars and blocking both , while other cars ou either...

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 — 26 May 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE t . Entered as secoml-class matter at Falls City , Nebraska , post office , Janu- ' ary 12 , 1904 , under the Act of Congress \ of March 3 , 1879. 4 Published every Friday at Falls City , I' r , Nebraska , by I , The Tribune Publishing Company " One _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ $ . ' : ' Six months----------------------- ,60 ! . ' I Three months _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .35 \ . II TELEPHONE 226. TO THE ADVERTISERS. : Yon want the most for your money that you can ottain That i is natural and legitimate. ' . , The question is , how and where " . can you get it ? The Tribune has been in exist- encc a little more than a ycar. It I seems a startling fact , but it is 1 true , nevertheless , that 85 per- I sons who lived in this county when they subscribed for this paper , have since moved away. Let us submit a proposition for speculation. If 85 of our subscribers have the paper sent to their present address , how many who once : l...

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 — 26 May 1905

- I M.I E. Church. Early prayer service 6:25 : a. m L : Sabbath school 9:45. : , Preaching memorial services Thc G. A. R. and W. R. C. will come in a body 10:45 : a. m. f Junior League 3 p. 111. Epworth league 7 p. m. ! Prcaching. Thc subjcct : "Bc- , I Ji. , , . . i ing a Christian , what it implics" 8 p. 111. , ; All arc cordially invited to at- . tend these scrviccs. W. T. Cline , Pastor. , A Va.luab Tree. Thc park committee of central ( . I I ! - park in New York City was perfecting - o fccting thc electrical system of ' , the park and in doing so , it was i : t , r learned that -vcncrablc tree : would have to bc destroyed or , thc entire system would have to . be changed at an additional cost ' .r ' ' of S15,000. They changed th -i'l r.4l" system and saved thc trcc. ! Better Bottom Roads ; ; , . The Auburn commercial club . ; . : ' " . has called in a government ex- ' . ' , : / , pert to ascertain the best and ' ; least expensive way in which'to ' . perfect their bottom roads. ...

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 — 26 May 1905

. I i , t I I NEXT WIDERI . ra. _ - - I - a ' I , " .I \ 11. " . . , . I , . . All our 19 , 24 and 27 inch Fancy Silks. . All our Tailor made Suits. " " . All our Silk and Wool Shirt Waist Suits. . . l1any lines of Wash Goods. ' . , H. . I r . ' J ' . " il I I' ' . I . SPECIAL REDUCTION . , _ ; _ _ . . . . . . 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ " & _ v _ . ! ; Jf. .f" . " " sIt It will be worth your while to examine these lines. . = . ( 1 . r --Jt , : . _ _ . . . , . 4. I V. e LYFORD TELLS HOW TO LIVE LONG. London Professor Gives Twelve Stat- utes Which Must Be Followed If Longevity Is Desired. Prof. Boyd Lnynard , of London . . dOll , England's leading author of works 011 hygiene , gives 12 rules in the New York World , for those who desire to live a healthy ; and long life : 1. Avoid every kind of excess , especially : ill eating and drinldng. 3. Do not live to eat. Select those aliments most suitable for nourishing the. body and not those likely to impair it. a. Look upon fresh air as your best...

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 — 26 May 1905

11 . Educational Depariineni , Conducted by County Supt. Croc1er t I A\ ; District No. 88 , Frances Kelley teacher. School closed with a , program , April 28 , eleven visitor j were I present. - Total enrollment for the year 37. On Arbor day we planted 19 trees and 6 shrubs. Beware of the man who sees I - ' . nothing good in his fellow man. i Th fellow who prates of his brother being dishonest ; the pessimist who sees nothing but the dark side of the world ; the ' I woman who babbles scandal of her ; lady acquaintances , are but speaking of-their own nature and offering damaging proof of their f own shortcomings. "Out of the ' , fullness of the heart the toungue speaketh" . . HUMBOLDT SCHOOL 'NO'fES. ' : The class sermon by the Rev. John Calvert was given at the , Presbyterian church last Sunday , ' " , evening ; the high school gradu- ating exercises were held at the opera house Wednesday evening ; . . , eighth grade graduating exer- . cises were held in the Christian , ' church Th...

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 — 26 May 1905

.1 II t'1 ; We Do p' Business ' I , \11 \ , On The , SQUARE Our Great President said Every man shall have a square deal. " "Them's our Sentiments" , We include women and children in this proposi- tion. When we sell Shoes to anybody a squ- are deal always goes with the Shoes. We sell the best shoes we can buy , as low as we can afford to sell them , and our guarantee goes with every sale we make. Money back should . the \ Shoes you buy go wrong . in any way. Spring l7ootware is now ready and we have a square deal waiting for every . natron. . , Geo. B. Holt . . . , Th.e Shoe Man McNALLS' i . GROCERY Fancy and Staple Groceries i Fruit in Season l Satisfaction Guaran- teed Free City Delivery . Phone 40 . t Storage - for Household And other Goods. Chamberla.in's Cough Remedy : the t Very Best. I "I have been using Chamber- Jain's Cought Remedy and want to say it is thc best cough med- icinc I have ever taken , " says Geo. L. Chubb , a merchant of Harlan , Mich. There is no question - ti...

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 — 26 May 1905

. \ { I a There is a man in this town- ( big , strong , hearty man who gets j away with three big meals a day. In the summer he fishes a little and works a little when it isn't 4 too hot. But in the winter he r. curls up by the stove anti lets his wife and daughter support the family by sewing. He , has a son who is going the same way. During - During ing the winter just over , the wife ' , ' and the daughter got sick , but the man and his son made the sick daughter get up and do the housework , cook for them , wash the dishes , and the two crea- tures never turned a hand. They I were standing on the dignity of their sex. Man is a proud brute. He is the lord of the earth. He is the last work. Some women will I deny this , but the fact that when- ever a man gets utterly worthless _ j ; , and onery some woman is found I _ who will maintain him in his oneryness , proves beyond a ques- tion of a doubt the superiority of the noble sex. It is a great thing to be a man.-Wm. Allen White in ...

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 — 26 May 1905

Money to Loan Private funds to loan ; mort- gages bought. Have you a loan coming due , or a mortgage to sell ? Some good loans of $500 to $1,000. Perhaps you have some idle money and would like one of them. Lands-west or south- call or write for details HENRY C. Sl\II'fn , ! 'h 72-2 Falls City , Neb. . Court House. I This has been a very quiet week at the court house in the various county offices. Archie Bacon of Spicer precinct oukh twelve wolf scalps to I county clerk Tanner on Saturday. Judge Wilhiter issued the following - lowing marriage license : Guy Lester Cooper ilumbol lt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24. Josephille Lavinanrunu . II UIII bolcll. . . . . . . . . .20. Will M. RlcharhRoJ1. White Cloud KauR. . . . . .27 Pearl HrowlIlJ1It.Whlto Cloud Kans..20 Two new cases were filed this week. ' Sarah lv ! . BraccI and J. B. Davis app.elant ! ? vs Wm Hews , appeles-appeal from justice court . Wm 'Vvilker , administrator of estate of Agnan Wilker , deceased vs James \V. Hosford...

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 — 26 May 1905

, - S. L. Davies went to Omaha . , tfucsday night. Judge Wilhite ws in Stella thc first of the wcek. Hugh Boyd of Humboldt was ' in , this city oil Sunday. . Dr. R.P.Robertsdentist over Kings Pharmacy. Mrs. Dela Pettit of Verdon was I ( in this city Monday. Let every one attend thc pri- maries tomorrow night. Hal Stofer was down from Sal- em , Monday on business. J. H. Dietrich of Verdon spent - Monday here on business. C. B. , mId came down from Dawson Monday on business. . . . . Dr. A. . Walker left Tuesday for a business visit to Nebraska , City. S. R. Van Valkenbcrg and _ . . . . . . family of Rule spent Monday in . , . our city. ,1' Mrs. Emma -rvIo11tang of Reserve - serve is visiting her sister , Mrs. Ed. Nolte. ' R. S.1vIolony of Humboldt was a business visitor here the first of the week. . Orra and Mary E. Snyder of Salem were business visitors here the first of this week. On Monday of this week E. N. Rupert and Joe Harper 9f Shu- bert were in the city. Mrs. Frances Martin r...

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 — 26 May 1905

Barada 'rllOmnS Roe is building a house for Will Stephens Wesley 'l'indle and friend visited Sunday with 'l'hol11as Snlitll Our village has a very inter- e ting Sabbath school held in the Bethel church Jacob Michaels of Shubert is putting down a well for the can- ning" factory company John Schulenburg is'a conspic- \tom ; figure on our streets today + carrying a saloon petition. Rev. Bruer a very talentcd minister from Verdon preaches at Bethel every Sabbath at 3 p. 111. The foundation of the factory is completed and Mr. Peters and Chas. Moss have commenced the carpenter work. Many : of the farmers in this vicinity will have to replant corn. As much of the early planted has rotted in the ground. The youngest girl of Samual Presser has been very sick Dr. Burchard of Falls City wa call- ' ed to consult with Dr. Van Osdel. At this writing is reported much bctter. Mr. Spears our barber has had his shop newly papered and other wise beautified and is now ready to do tonsorial work for all...

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 — 2 June 1905

. . . , . . - - . 4 r ' { kt 1 ' . 1 , . _ ht j aIt . < ! tit ! ' rihttnt. : . " .i t . i . " / . f 1 a VoL } ! , . FALLS CITY ; NEBRASKA , , FRIDAY , JUNE , 2 1905 -Whole No 74 ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' , 'Republican County , r Convention Held Saturday Time convention was called to order by John Hossack , chairman , j and an organization was effected , . by the election ot , V. H. Hogrefe , , 'f chairman , and John L. Cleaver , 1-1. P. 1vIarble and A. D. : May , secretaries. Upon the temporary r organization being made pertna- 1 anent , T. C. Cunningham intro- duced the following resolutions : Resolved , By the republicans of Richardson county , in com'en- tion assembled , First , That we present C. F. Reavis as our first , last and only choice for candidate for the office of Representative in Congress from the First Congressional dis- trict of Nebraska. Second , That : Mr. Reavis be permitted to select the twentv- four delegates from this county to the said congre...

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 — 2 June 1905

' Cicirt H ; . tory , 1905 'By Mary Katherine Maddox. There have been many changes I . in the personnel of this class dur- ing its course in the high school. . Now it represents seventeen mem- bars and various kinds of talent. ADAJ.INIt MILDRED HOLLAND. Adaline Mildred Holland is one you would notice anywhere because of her confident air and pleasant smile. She possesses the talent for getting into trouble and getting out again and as a native of Falls Cite , this talent is well developed. Mildred is a natural leader with many willing followers whom she rules with diplomacy and good sense. Has not decided her future course only that it must be swell. fJ.0 know her is to love her , At her sweet voice it doth appear That love may enter at the ear VISTA VltRNIU.L LIVItLV. "A perfect woman , nobly planned , 1'0 warn , to comfort and command. " Vesta was born in the spring . time and has continued seeing things at their best. For a time she lived near Salem and attended the district scho...

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 — 2 June 1905

WILSON II . L , , ) " \ . . . . . . See the . . . . . . GERMAN FIRE PROOF COOK- INO WARE DISPLAY - PLAY : : : r in our large window , This is the best earthen cooking ware made and every piece guaranteed fire proof. . . Don't for : get us on. . \ Queensware , Notions , . ' \ Groceries and Flour , . the best stock of the above goods in . the city at. _ - ri C. M. WILSON Dr. Wiser spent a portion of the week in this city. : Mrs. Al Kroh and children spent Monday in this city James Sinc1air and wife of Preston were in this city Sunday Gus Rl1egge returned from Fort Scott , Kans. , Sunday morn- ing. ' . : Miss Bess Davis is in Lincoln : this week the guest of lvIrs. Earl North. . . Miss Etta Reichers is visiting ' with friends in York and Lincoln this \\'eek. . lvIrs. Thomas Gibson , of Ver- don was shopping .in this city on : Monday. Allan D. May , wife and little I son spent Sunday with relatives in this city. Will Jenne left the first of the " week for a months , trip through South D...

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 — 2 June 1905

- . . I _ , ! i t' , , ; v9 , : ' : THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE } " . . , , Entered as second-class matter at , Falls City , Nebraska , lOst office , Janu- /'ary 12 , 1904 , under the Act of Congress < , of March 3 , 1879. : , . ' Published every Friday at Falls City , , " " Nebraska , by " The Tribune Publishing Company One year . . _ _ _ . _ . . _ . . _ . _ . . . . . . _ . _ . $1,00 Six months.60 Three months _ _ _ _ _ _ uu.u _ _ _ _ _ .35 TELEPHONE 226. THE OLD SOLDIER. "The old soldier grows tired as the years increase , and he hears only in dreams the rolls of drums and noise of battle. He loves his ease in the quiet afternoon and feels , as he did once , how sweet are the ministrations of sleep. Death need not come tc seek him , for half way up the slope the vet- eran is marching if not so gaily as in the old days : , still resolutely and bravely as becomes one who is not afraid to meet whatever foe may come. And 101 ! Death carries neither lance nor spear , but only the welcomi...

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 — 2 June 1905

WilIian1sville. . Too late for last issue. l\Irs. : 'Veissinger called on her . \ : ; brother , Ed Schopts , Friday Dr Van Osdpl l reports Mr. , : Garwick as slowing recovering. : . , , ! : " . ; , - Henry Zimering and family : /k / : visited Gus Steinbrink Sunday. / ; : : ' 1 ' , . . . . . i R µ f ' 1. A. Dunn a : nd family visited . . Frank Butler and family Su.nday. I , . . + : Mrs ' . J. A. Dunn was a pleasant , . : " : ' , caller at Henry and Chas. Kuker's ' ' . " . , . " ' I , , . . Ionda ) . ' : , " Pearl Van Osdcl was ) the guest u r r of Hazel . Dunn Saturday night and Sunday. " / r1 " ' . . Prof. Dunn's ' scliool closed Fri- ' . , - 'I\.r- \ : } _ : , - day with a program , and many ; ' . . . . visitors. Mr. Dunn is an able : J , . Instructor . " , . / _ . Jacob Arnold , wife and son , . _ ' . George , and : Mrs. Mary Duerfeldt ' r , . were pleasant visitors at the E : home of Frank Butter. , , t . . 1. A. Dunn was in Barada Sun- ' ' ' ' : ; ' ' \ 1ilf f " day. ' ' ' Dlyrt...

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 — 2 June 1905

. , . , , I t . Death Angel Reaps /:1" L. r" : " , . . . Its I Harvest ' 0. ' RACHAl . I ; . IIU'rCIIINS : : a " . Death , 110 matter to whom or " in what form it comes , always s , " ' ; y brings with ! it the tear of sorrow mid the sigh of grief , but it is i . ; ; ; . not always that a single visitation - . : ; Hon of the destroyer brings such T' > " ' wide spread regret or draws forth . so many expreSSIOns of sorrow. This wide spread regret and out- spoken expressions of sorrow are the highest tributes that the community could pay to the char- acter and worth of' the departed. Mrs. Hachael E. Hutchins was born July 11 , 1851 , at Linesvi11e , Pa. , died at Palls City , Neb.Nlay 1 ! 27 , 1905 , aged 53 years , 10 months I ; and 16 days. Her parents , Mr. and lVII's. S. E. Slocum , removed to Clayton . . , county , Iowa , in. March 1855 , { where the family resided until 1864 , when they located in Min- nesota for one year. In 1865 they came to Richardson county , this state , ...

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 — 2 June 1905

\ Ir . We Do , ) I : \ . .r . ' " Business On The , SQUARE rt Our Great President . y . . said "Every man shall have a square deal. " "Them's our Sentiments" 'vVe include women and children in this proposi- C" ' ' \ tion. When we sell . . . ' r Shoes to anybody a square - ' , . . . are deal always goes with . . . . ' . u the Shoes. ' m 'vVe sell the best shoes ' r :1 : ' we can buy , as low as we can afford to sell them , and our guarantee goes with every sale we make. Money back should the Shoes you buy go wrong . in any way. Spring Footware is now ready and we have a square deal waiting for every patron r Geo. B. Holt rr } . . , The Shoe Man . McNALLS' J : , ' GROCERY , - Fancy and Staple Groceries Fruit in Season , Satisfaction Guaran- , , teed Free City Delivery . Phone 40 Storage for Household And other Goods. r , Missouri Pacific Railway r Time Table , Falls City , Neb. , NORTH No. 105 Omaha and Lincoln Express. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Al:57ain : No. 103 Omaha and Lincol...

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 — 2 June 1905

" " " " . . ! . i- - ' I' rl , ; _ , ' - ' ; % A WORD TO THE WISE Use Climax Chicken reed for little chicks and you wilt say "I ' " wonder why I never found out about this feed sooner. Send for a It 1 " . " . Corn' meal and water are i' hook , "Give the Little Chicks a Chance. M ,1 : i .v back numbers with this feed. Put up , sold and guaranteed by lr I ' iI O. P. HECK . FALLS _ _ CITY _ . NEBRASKA. , I Sold hy J. Ii . Miller & son , Morl'ill. _ " Hamlin Bcrn & \Val1 < Reserve . l , ' . . . 14. Harding , : : 'T' . " Shi1dncck Bros. , Salcm. Ocamb & Stack , Vcrdon , ' . II C. W. Allen , arada. C. H. : : : Thomas ' Stella fJC " II. U. Landolt , Shubert. , ' rM j ; - A _ - H _ _ _ . _ _ _ - . _ _ _ _ _ . _ , , . _ _ _ _ . Merchants and Business Men With hard accounts to collect , should place them with John L. Cleaver JUSTICE of the PEACE FALLS CITY NEB For Collection or for Suit Small Com's on Collections No Attorney Fees Qn Suits. Defendant pays all Costs. I \'lrs. Cor...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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