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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 July 1905

T N * * * * > * r THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 21 , 1905 , i t DON 1 BUY A An old buggy or carriage NEW BUGGY. . . is an eye-sore. It looks bad and makes the owner feel bad when you have decided your equipage is too shabby , give it a coat of paint you can get what is practically a new buggy for the price of a quart can of Bradley rtSt Vrooman Crown It makes old vehicles look like new just as glossy as if turned out from the factory. You can apply it yourself Jn and , when the job is finished , you'll have the nicest thing 1 on wheels. FOR SALE BY THE CITY PHARMACY Dr. HcMillan , Proprietor. McNALLS' GROCERY Fancy and Staple Groceries I * Fruit in Season p \ Satisfaction Guaran teed Free City Delivery Phone 40 Storage for Household And other Goods. . H. PARSELL M. D. GEO. Telephone No. 68 Office at Residence Office Hours : 8 to 10 a. m. ; i to 3 p. m. Missouri Pacific Railway Time Table , Falls City , Neb. NORTH No. 105 Omaha and Lincoln Express A 1:57 : a m No. 103 Oma...

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 — 21 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 21 , 1905. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Kntorcd as second-class matter as Valla City , Nebraska , post ofllcc , Janu ary 12 , I'3o4 , under tlie Act of Con rcst ' of'March 3 , 1879. Published every Friday at Kails City , Nebraska , by The Tribune PubllshSnrt Compivny One year JUX ) Six months f > 0 Three months . . .35 TELEPHONE 226. Announcement. 1 lierpliy hiinmiMLV inycclf n cniulliliitn for enmity ulutk , Milijfct in llm iltvWon of thu roimcllonli county convention. If .1 K. BIUMIKIIT. V.G.LYFORD FOR REGENT The Tribune is very glad to announce that V. G. Lyford of Falls Git ) * has finally consented to the use of his name for regent of the state university. Mr. Ly ford , while ahvay.s a loyal party man , is in no sense a politician. He would hardly consent to the use of his name for a political office. But he is a business man of high character , possessing tea a great dtcrec ; that sort of com mon sense which men call execu tive ability. He b...

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 — 21 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 21 , 1905. LOCA LORE. T. J. MoKiever spent Sunday in Rulo. Fred Brccht left Tuesday for Wichita , Kansas. Ilarve Braunum made a busi ness trip to Wichita. Will Smith was over from Merrill - rill , Kan. , Friday last. A. J. Weaver was a business visitor in Lincoln Monday. R , S. Coupe left Tuesday for Wichita on a buisness trip. Miss Etta Reichers spent Sun day with Humboldt friends. Mrs. J. Cronenberger has been quite ill during the past week. Miss Kitchen of St. Louis is in the city the guest of Nolle Cain. W. S , Leyda was a Missouri Pacific passenger north last Tues day. _ _ Bert Whi taker was a Wichita business visitor the fore part of the week. Elva Sears , who has been very sick at her home in this city is slowing improving. W. S. Leyda and wife and J. E. Leyda and wife were Shubcrt visitors last Thursday. Mrs. Sadie Nunns and chil dren of Missouri are guests at the home of S. B. Hoffnell. Josephine Gehling left Tues day afternoon for St....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 July 1905

TUB FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY , JULY 21 , 1905. Press Notes. Al Doener was up from Kails City Monday. Verdou Vedette. Evan Owens was up from Falls City Saturday. Evans is fast becoming one of the bust carpenters of that thriving ham let Verdon Vedette. Mrs. J. b. Slocum and daugh ter Mrs , Harry Jenne of Falls City , drove up Friday and jpent the day with Mr. and Mrs. R F. Wiser. Verdon Vedette. Last Thursday Jennie Fellers drove up from llumboldt and met a very eutliuastic party at Miss Laura Holmes awaiting her to instruct them in fancy work.Table Rock Argus. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Townley will retire in a week or so from their part of the management of the Florence hotel , and will be succeeded by Mrs. Georgia Beveridge and son of Omaha , Stella Press. The Burlington depot at Ne- maha was entirely surrounded by the water from the Missouri river this week and persons going to and from the depot arc conveyed in wagons or boats. Auburn Republican. Miss Carrie Stetler , of Pawnee - nee ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 July 1905

THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , PRIDAY. JULY 21 , 1905. POISONING BY WHITE LEAD Squabbles Betwetu Employers and Employes Result from Feature \ % of This Material. For some iiuu1 in the past n bit ter struggle has been in progress | in many Eure > iKan countries be tween the employers and the em ployes in the painting trade , as serts Public * Opinion. The cause of this contention is the use ot white lend , which , the men say , jeopardix.es their lives and health , and which the employers claim is harmless. From time to time the matter has been taken up by vari ous labor organizations , but theo seems to have been made little erne no progress in the right direction. Recently , at the request of ti.e Nu tional Federation of Painters o' France , M. Kdouard Saltier , of ti. < Vie Illuslree of Paris , investigat ed the matter and it seems to ha u- been proved beyond question that the painte's have the right o.i their side. Mr. Snt tier illustrates h'.s ai ti de with many photographs of n...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 July 1905

8 THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 21 1905. IIm m m UNLOADIN SA Beginning , Saturday , July 22 , Ending August 5 , n OUR AMBITION Is to innko this store the recognized plnco to do your trading in Falls City ; to make this store so reliable , so trustworthy in living up to its principles , that everybody will feel and know that any purchase can be made here with absolute safety and certainty of complete satisfaction. Our standards are never lowered for the pur pose of making low prices , Our constant ell'ort is to improve this business by offering styles and values that will please the general public. ' Dress Goods. On account of the rout dominid for all kinds of sheer this season , wo bought very heavy in cortnln lines In our Dress Goods , Wash Goods , India Linen and White Goods Departments. Wo have a quantity of piece jjoods loft over from our second ] > ut- chitKO that wo wish to unload. All thought of profit has boon forgot ten. Wo want the space for our now fall goods ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 July 1905

f * FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JULY 28 , 1905. Whole No. 82 Can you keep warm ? Judge Wilhite spent Sunday at Stella. W. II. Morrow was down from Shubert Tuesday. W. G. Hummel of Dawson was , seeing the carnival here Tuesday. Will Ramsey is up from St. Joe to spend this week with his par ents. 'T. J. Whitaker went to Au- burn Friday afternoon on busi- ness. Willis Ransom spent a few days the first of the week' in Omaha. Mrs. Chas. Maddox and chil dren of Preston were in town Tuesday. Dorothy White returned Fri day afternoon from a weeks visit in Hiawatha. Miss Rhoda Naylor , of Holton , is visiting her cousins , Elizabeth and Laura Naylor in this city. Mrs. F. C. Wiser and daughter , Nellie , returned to Verdon Mon day , after spending Sunday here. Walter Morehead , of Barada , was in town Monday and from here went to Auburn to attend the circus. J. T. McKinney , of Omaha , spent several da...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 28 1905. Christian Living. Assuming that t h e young Christian has been properly led into the church , his next great purpose is to live faithfully the Christian life. How is this to be done ? He must have wholesome food , pure atmosphere and health ful exercise. i-'oon. The spiritual life , like the nat ural or physical , can not be strong without a sufficient supply of nutritious food. Christ is the bread from heaven on which we arc to feed. How shall we get this bread ? 1 By bible study. Occasionly some advanccd ( ? ) preacher cries out against "Bibliolatry" , the idolatry of the liiblc. He seems to have met people who make too much of the bible. Perhaps there arc such people , but I have never met them. I would like to meet them. I would go a long way to sec them. I would like them for neighbors. All the people I know make too little of this book. They do not read it enough. It is through a proper study of the Bible that we find the Christ....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 28 , 1905. IT'S SAFEST To use the and obtain the best results. You can't afford to do without the best when the best is- Vroomcm ( Crown Cottage Color * ) PAINT Every drop is honest value every gallon possible perfec tion every can full measure. It will do the work most satisfactorily and economically , besides putting off repainting for the longest possible time. "We guarantee that when properly applied on a surf ace in proper condition our paint will give better results than any other paint ( including ; White Lead and Oil ) and in all cases where it does not and it is the fault of the material used the work over again at our expense. " GET A COLOR CARD FROM US-- THE CITY PHARMACY Dr. flcMillan , Proprietor. McNALLS' GROCERY Fancy and Staple Groceries Fruit in Season Satisfaction Guaran teed Free City Delivery Phone 40 Storage for Household And other Goods. . H. PARSELL M. D. GEO. Telephone No. 88 Office at Residence Office Hours : 8 to 10 a....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 July 1905

Ill THIS FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 28 , 1905. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Knterctl as second-class matter an Falls City , Nebraska , post ollicc , Janu ary 12 , 1'XU , under tlic Act of Conjjrest of'March 3. 187' . Published every Friday at Falls City , Nebraska , by The Tribune Publlihinrt Company One year 51.00 Six months. . 60 Three months 35 TELEPHONE 226. Announcement. I lirniliy niitiiuiiico myKcIf n ciinilldmn for county cliirK , MiliJi'Cl to Iliu ilcuMon of thu rrpiicFloiin county con vein Inn. tf J. ! ' HIIIIIIKKT. 1 licri.'liy nnmimiro myself HH it cumllilnto for tlm nomination for County .liultfo milijrct to tlio iipprovnl of tlui llcpiilillciin County convention. tf JOHN WII.THK. 1 lit'rrliy iinnounco myself n cnmllclnto for county clerk fubjoct to tliu decision of HID rvi'iibllciin county coinuntlon. tf r. v Falls City's Needs. Falls City is a mighty good town , but it can be made n great deal better. What it needs is a little more enterprise and a little less knock...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 28 , 1905. LOCAL LORE John Markt , of Barada , was a Sunday visitor. Walter Billings , of Salem , was in town Saturday. Will Zcntry of Reserve was in our city on Tuesday. W. D. Corn , of Verdon , was a Saturday business visitor. John Oswald and Charlie Cor nell were Stella visitors Sunday. Verda Timmerman , of Stella , is visiting Rue Gates in this city. Mrs. Charles Heineman spent several days in Wichita last week. J. W. Spickler and wife , of Shubert , spent Sunday in this city. city.S. S. E. Friend , of Hiawatha , was in the city the latter part of last week. Rue Gates returned home Sun day from her visit at Stella and Verdon. Mrs. James Hanley and little son of Verdon were in town on Monday. Mrs. Pearl Lum , came down from Verdon Saturday to visit relatives. N. J. Schrauger came down from Stella Monday to spend a few days. Charles Lietzke was a most pleasant caller at this office on Saturday. Frank W3'lie spent Sunday in White Cloud the gue...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , I-RIDAY , JULY 28 , 1905. , , VERDOPi j | John Mark enine down from I jj Stella Tuesday In vole. , t Elinor DnfTuhiM'iy has M-cnreda L ] pnvitMti xvhli tlk Vcfdon R tiler : I Mills I1 Abe Moore mid family visited [ ' with relatives in , Verdon on hist 1 Sunday. M O. G. Humphrey was trammel I < j ing business in Falls City on last II Monday. I Wm. Corn was over from Salem I HIP httnr rnri < f h t week visit- I ing n-lnlMff. I Kev. N. 0. B. Smith held Her- I VIU h III llll' PlIIH UK H'l I ' ' 1 hOUFO I hiHt Siintlay evening. I J , At llo'.n/elman was traiiHacl. I nig business in Falls Oily the hit- Ij , tor part of lat week. I 0 , O. Marsh IH assisting in the I FarmeiB and MerchantH Bank get- I : ting acquainted with the bankinir business. I Emma FiiHlenan came down from Nebr. City Tncf-day for a visit with her sister Mrs. John tieefers. James Russell and H Fisher I pnl in n new brick sidewalk in I front o ? Hie new Bunk HIP first of the weok. I Mrs. M.N...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1905. REARING CHILDCORRECTLY _ Solution of the Problem by Thought- , ftil Brooklyn Mother Told in 1 Her Own Words. The young mother of a certain very lively three-year-old Brook lyn boy recently said : "I think it sometimes pays to let children yell and stamp and say ugly things to their hearts' con tent. There seems to be about so much wickedness in them , and if you let them blow it off all at once preferably in the morning they sort of get it out of their sys tems and are all the better for it. A few mornings ago my small boy awoke in the ugliest mood I have Been him in for many a day. I could do nothing with him , he was so touchy and so belligerent. "When I undertook to correct him for some flagrant misdemeanor meaner he would set his feet de fiantly and call me a 'dirty old thing' a phrase which he had picked up from some playmate , I presume , and which I had fried hard to make him quit using. On this particuar morning I had so many 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 — 28 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 28 1905. NOT OVERLOADED ! This has been one of our most satisfactory seasons. Our stock of Summer Goods have seldom been low = er. To completely close out all remnants , we are making great reductions. We have never been undersold on legitimate , standard merchandise , and continue to hold the foremost position with every day all around trade. You know the way sensational sale merchants have "gone broke" and disappeared. Net profits are so small that only those whose buying and selling are wisely managed , survive. When you wish any article do not purchase until you know our quality and price. SCHOOL WEAR Only a little over n month until school opens again. Mothers are already beginning to think of new FrockB , Aprons , etc. We have new ging- hiuiiH in choice fnll colorings mid designs. New Percales of the soft , satisfactory sort , \W \ inches wide really the beet low priced fabric shown for common wear. Does not fade ; does not shrink ; is en...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 August 1905

r I FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. H FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , AUGUST 4 , 1905. Whole No. 83 Carl Scdmayer left Wednesday ! morning for St. ' Joe. j S. W. Story of Rule was in town Monday on business. George S. Cleveland made a a business trip to Verdon on Mon day. Josephine Hinton- came down from Salem Monday to visit friends. Ellis Houtz- wife and baby were in town the latter part of the week. Mrs. J. J. Berger and daughter Blanch of Reserve were shopping here Tuesday. J. C. Schulenberg was over from Barada on Monday to trans act some business. Lena Shaw a teacher in the St. Joe high school was in town Tuesday the guest of the Misses Gehling. DeLes Graham , wife and little son came down from Dawson Monday to attend the Glines-Babb wedding. Prof. Carr and wife were down from Shubert Tuesday. Mr. Carr was looking 'after some political matters Mrs. Ada Paddwalder of DCS Moines , Iowa a cousin of Mrs. C. H. Marion is spendin...

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 — 4 August 1905

In THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 4 1905. The Unveiled Vision. w Sermon preached at Christian i church , Lordsday evening * July 0 , 15 , Elder J. Cronenborjjcr , minister. Text "Open tliott mine eyes , that I may behold wonderous things out of thy law. " Psalms 119:18. : r In the Dresden gallery of royal gems there is a silver egg ; touch a spring , it opens , disclosing a crown studded with gems ; touch the crown and it opens disclosing a magnificent ring. So it is with the Bible ; as we study it , we touch successive springs disclos ing exhaustlcss treasures. This expression of the Psalmist means literally , "Unveil thou mine eyes. " The "Law" here represent * the Scriptures. To the unveiled vision of the believer the Word of God represents ever increasing revelations of beauty , richer than the gems from any royal galler- . The human mind delights in wondrous things. There certainly are wondrous things in God's Word , things challenging our highest admira tion , things...

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 — 4 August 1905

FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 4 , 1905. Richardson County Teachers' Institute The Annual Session of the Richardson County Teachers' Institute will be hekl til the High School Building , in Falls City , Neb. , Beginning Monday Evening , April 7 , and Closing Saturday , August 12. PROGRAMME \ * f Please study the above program. It may be changed , as we wish to accommodate as many as possible' ' , but conform to it as nearly as you can. Have your llrst and second choice in each subject you desire to take. All are icquired to be present during Opening Kxerclses , and take at leastsix periods during the day. After October llrsfc the State Superintendent , with his examining board , will have charge of certification of teachers. Your Institute record will be tiled with the State Examining Hoard. ' Bring your desire to work , your enthusiasm and your sociability with you. Thanking you In advance for your co-operation , 1 am , ' fraternally yours , OKu. GltOOKUK , Co. Supt. IMMNTKD ...

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 — 4 August 1905

THE FALLS CIT * TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 4 , 1905. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Rtttcml n.s sccoiul-class matter as Vails City , Kcbraska , post ollicc , Janu ary 12 , 1 XM , under the Act of CoitgrMt of March 3 , 1870. Published every Kriilay at Kails City , , by The Tribune Publlihinrf Comptvny One year . $1.00 Six months . C * Three months . . . . . .35 TELEPHONE 226. Announcement. t linrrliy nniimincti niynclf n candidate ) for county clerk , subject n > Hut dculnlon of the repucflcnn county convention. tf .1 V , HllUIIKHT. I licnitiy ntinoiinco myself n * n candidate for tlni tioinlnntlon for County Judirn subject to tliu approval of the Itrpiihllcnii County convention. tf JOHN 1 hereby announce inyMtlf n cniulliliito for county clerk subject to tlio drclHlon of tliu republican county convention. f I' . W. C'AIIII. Republican County Convention. Fulls City , Nob. , July 8 , ll)0.r ) . Tlio republicans nf lUclinnlson coun ty , Ncbruskn , are hereby requested to moot In convention I...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 August 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 4 , 1905. LOCAL LORE Mrs. Thomas Naylor is at I , Ohio , visiting relatives. Alma and Bess Miller , of Rule , attended the street fair Saturday. Mrs. llaydcn Prater is visitinjr Mrs. C. E. Pcabody in Lincoln. L. C. Edwards came down from Humboldt Friday to visit the street fair. Mrs. C. Gehling and daughter , Josephine , were Verdon visitors on Monday. Neal Thornton and Dick Coupe spent a part of the week in Abi lene , Kansas. \V. C. Cunningham came up from Rule Friday and spent the day in this city. Hay den Prater , of St. Joe , spent Sunday at the home of his parents in this city. May Maddox returned Sunday morning from a months visit with friends in Paris , Mo. Mirten Prater , of St. Joe , spent Sunday at the home of his uncle , Samuel Prater , in this city. Roy Leech and John Powers , jr. , of Humboldt , were in Falls City the latter part of the week. Mrs. M. Vaughn left the first of the week for Ilorton to spend several days at the home ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 August 1905

THE FALLS CH tf TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 4 , 1905. OHIO Mollu1 Slomlorvns on the su-k list lust week. Mrb , Stontler WIH on the sick list Ir.atweek. Philip ShoiitfeVIIH n guest of E. Peek Sunday. Clny Peck was n neat of Cleon Peck , Sutulay. Robt. Tliornbnrg spent. Sunday H with his pnronlH. Floyd Kiiiuuly spent Sunday with liin pnrtMitn. Ma mli' .MuUiinn m entertaining her cousin this weok. Mrs. Mat tin Nolle visited at Henry Zorn'H , Saturday. Edith Peek was a guest of her cousin Daisy Peck , Sundny. 0. II. WiltBowiiB blnek-berryhiK atUnrry Knisely's , Monday. E. Peek and little son spent last Wedw'fdny at S. n. Knisely. Anna Stump visited with her cousin Edii'iShalTer , Sunday. Win. Iluettner and family spent Thursday evening al N. Peck's. Loyd Ivnisely purchased a line horse of Wallace Cully , ' .Tuesday. Ohas. P. Stump and wife visited Sunday with the former's parents. Lottio Yoder was the ( > uests of Delia KniHely Sunday afternoon. John Nolle and wife visited with the hit...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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