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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 August 1905

M THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 4 , 1905. THE SOLVING O.F A M.URDE11. BY GRANT JONES. It is not often that u railway company runs special trains for the accommodation of persons wishing to attend a murder trial. The London , Chatham and Dover Itnilwny company did so upon the occasion of the trial of Percy Le- frey Mapleton , at Maidstone , on November 4 , 1881 , "in consequence quence of the vast public interest in the case. " 1 traveled down in one of these trains , with Mon tagu "Williams and other barris ters engaged in the trial. The train was besieged by a crowd of the general public. As a celebrat ed and cynical legal gentleman remarked , "we might have been going to a race meeting. " 1 doubt whether , among all the assassins 1 have seen in the deck , 1 have met one who was more dan gerous than Lefroy as he chose to call himself. He was a tall , weedy looking young fellow of about 25 , thin , with sunken ' cheeks , dark , short hair , and a peculiarly - culiarly pal...

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 — 4 August 1905

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 4 1905 , RULO Wesley Bently caught two line eel in the Missouri river Monday. Mrs. A. Wake of Fortescue Mo. , visited with Mrs. Sherman Hayes Sunday. Mrs. May of Northwestern Nebraska is visiting with friends in Rule this week. Will Craig of Missouri was the guest of Dode Anderson and wife over Sunday. Harry Simons returned home from Falls City Monday after spending the week at the car nival. MaxGuisser returned to his work as bridge carpenter Satur day after an absence of three weeks. Mrs. Laura Yocum of Mound City Mo. came in Saturday to visit her parents , Rev. Aikman and wife. Blaine Anderson of Brown , county Kansas visited his broth er Theo Anderson of this city Tuesday. Clem Davis says that rain she done helped his pumpkin crop , Say Clem we have a tooth foi pumpkin pie. Mrs. ,1. A. Thomas leftThurs day of last week for Santa , Barbara Gal. , where she joins her husband , Mrs. A. Darvcauand twochil dren visited with relatives neai Ve...

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 — 11 August 1905

f FALLS CITY TRIBUNE CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , AUGUST n , 1905. Whole No. 84 Attempted Burglary. About one o'clock Tuesday morning burglars attempted to gain an entrance to 0. P. Heck's residence in Evergreen Heights. Clarence Heck and Ed Simmons had just reached the house and gone to bed when the burglars were heard at the front door. Failing to gain an entrance there , they went to the rear door and made another attempt. One of the boys stole out of the house and went for Officer Aldrich - drich , who lives in the neigh borhood , but the officer was not at home. Jay CamblSn came to the assistance of the boys and the burglars took to llight and have not been seen nor heard of since. Drainage Meeting The owners of all land in the Ncmaha bottoms , subject to over flow , between the West line of Section four (4) ( ) , Ncmaha Town ship No ( U , Range (14) , East on the South Fork of the Great Nemaha River , the ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 August 1905

[ I I ! THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST II 1905. The Funeral of the Soul , Sermon preached by Elder J. Cronenbergcr , minister Christian church on Lordsday evening August f , , 1'JOS. Text "And these shall go away into everlasting punish ment. " Matt. 25:46. : As we are familiar with the events of death , so are we with its usual accompaniment a fun eral. We associate these two events togethen as the one nat- urallj and necessarily follows the other. Is there not what we may term the funeral of the soul ? If natural death occasions a necessity for one of these events , why not spir itual death a like necessity for the other ? If material death creates the necessity for the re moval of the dead from the soci ety of the living , why not a similar necessity for the funeral of the soul its removal from the society of the holy and the happy ? 1.--Various facts implicated in such an event. a. The kindest efforts had been made to prevent the neces sity of such a funcial. Who docs ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 August 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST n , 1905. Air-Cooled Power and Pumping Engines 1 1 = 2 , 2 1-2 and 5 H. P. Will pump water , grind feed , freeze cream , etc. Will assist the farmer or individual where power is needed in the most economical way. This engine will pump from 20 to 25 barrels of water for one cent. You are invited to in spect it. No water to freeze. No tank pipe in the way , No gasoline tank or pipe to connect Call or write for further information SIGMUND SPAETH , Agent BOX 31 , Falls City , Nebraska Tales of the Town. The emancipation day picni last Friday afforded plenty o subjects for the student of liu man nature. It was not a ver. Targe , but it was an exceedingl ; "variegated"crowd. The whit and the black race were abou equally elivieled. We watchee the merry-go-rounel for a mo ment anel noticcel that on OIK horse roele a little flaxen hairei girl whose skin was very whiti and whose cheeks were peach ; pink. On the running mate t her horse rode a little gi...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 August 1905

THE FALLS CITi' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST II , 1905. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Kutcrcil as second-class matter ns Falls City , Nebraska , post ofllcc , Janu ary 12 , l'X)4 , under the Act of Congrcst of Miirch 3 , 1870. Published every 1'rlday at l-'alis City , Nebraska , by The Tribune Publishing Company One year Sl.OOM Six months M Three montliH TELEPHONE 226. Announcement. 1 liuit'tiV itiiiimiiicc injdi'lf n cmxllilnln foi rounty cli-il. , Mihject tu the itoclslon of thi rupiienoim county convention. if J ! ' . SIIUUKHT. 1 hereby Riinoiincu myself n n nuiillcliid for Hi" nomlimllnii ( or County JutlKo milijicl to the approval of I lie Itcpuhllciiii County convotitloii. tf JOHN WU.THK. I hereby announce inM > lf n URiiillilnlo for county rlnrk subject HP the division of tin : repiiblloiin county eomcnlfon. tf ! W CAIIII. Republican County Convention. Falls City , Neb. , July 8 , lt)0 ) : . The republican * of Klohardson conn- ly , Nebraska , uru hereby requested to inuui In conven...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 August 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST it , 1905. LOCAL LORE James Cronen of Rule was in town Friday. Wm. Wist of Salem was here Friday on business. James J. Brody of Dawson spent Friday in our midst. Evan Owens left Friday for a few days visit in Venlon. | George Van Hook of Hiawatha was in this city Saturday. Mrs. P. P. Bowman was in this eft } ' Thursday on business. W. F. Veach and wife of Ver- don were in this cit ) ' Friday. Oliver Emmert of Salem was a \ business visitor here Monday. George Ilarral was down from Humboldt Monday on business. F. M. Robb of Venlon spent Sunday with friends in this city. Ceaham Jones and wife of Ver- don were in this city Saturday. Henry Blanchard of Ilamlin , Kansas was on our streets Fri- dav. Edna Wheatley of Venlon spent Monday with Reba Ever- sole. Jim Delon ; came down from Salem Saturday to transact some business. J. W. Watson came down from Verdon Sunday to attend the institute L. A. Kinscy and wife came down from Verdon Monday on Iepr....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 August 1905

THE FALLS CH > ' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST II , 1905. Hcrcfords for all Purposes 11Y I'Mll.m'Ott M\N , LOST sIMUNUS KANSAS. I began using Hereford blood in 1M5. JJegan in Kansas City looking for a bull , and saw the different breeds in ttiverview Park , being very much taken with the llerefords , their uni form markings and beefy make up. I selected one that ! thought would sire good feeding steers , and I'orthenexteighteen months was the laughing slock for all the old iossils is this part of Kansas , lie was the lirst Here ford here , and something new ; they made all kind of jokes about him , and H > me asked how 1 got him through the car door with his big horns. A good many claimed that he would not stand Kansas'hot sun and dry grass , and that all his tine con dition would soon be gone. I concluded to give him no better chance than any other bull , but a severe test , to see how he would stand it. t turned him out with a bunch of sixty cows and heifers , some high grade Sh...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 August 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST II , RECLAIMING OLD TOPERS. * Curing Drunkenness Without the Pa3 tlent's Knowledge Has Been i Proven n Success. I j Can inebriety be cured by sug-1 I gestion ? asks Public Opinion. i This is u question which bus been asked many times and sutisfuc torily answered in the affirmative. But the question of practicing suggestion while the patient sleeps is a different proposition , and , therefore , u recent article in the Journal des Debuts of Paris is , of interest. The experiments in question were conducted by the well-known psychologist , Dr. Paul Furez. "The man under observa tion refused all offers of treat > ment , but notwithstanding his re fusal , against his will and un known to him , fhe man was cured and has remained so for four yours. The patient was lift years of age , married , of sound consti tution and average health. He commenced drinking when he was 17 yours of age , and his wife hud married him in order to reform him. After h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 August 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 11 1905. George S. Cleveland was in St. Joe Tuesday. Mrs. Brice Prater spent yester day in Vcrdon. Charles McCool of Salem was in town Tuesday. Charles Cornell was a Verdon visitor Wednesday. Rue - Gates went to Vcrdon Wednesday afternoon. Jack Glines left Wednesday to attend the Pioneer picnic. F. W. Cleveland made a busi ness trip to Salctn Tuesday. Soon , ah soon comes the coal man , summer and iceman undone. W. II. Sailors of Uarada was a pleasant caller at this office Tues day morning. Andy Tynan and Supervisor Win. McCray were down from Stella on Tuesday. Win. Williams and wife of Preston were guests it the home of Mrs. Margery Grand Tuesday. Joe Marks and Hal Martin came down from Vcrdon Tuesday and spent the day with old friends , Ethel Parchcn spent a part of this week in Vcrdon with her uncle , Ed Fruuenfeldcr and family ily- - _ _ _ Lizzie Goolsby and Clara Laughrie were Missouri Pacific passengers to Verdon Wednes day. Dr. Emma La...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 August 1905

\ < \ U'VX i , tl If C > < JL FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , AUGUST 18 , 1905. Whole No. 84 J. P. Gentry of Salem was in town Tuesday. George Ocamb was up from Rttlo Wednesday. Lloyd Clark was down from Salem on Tuesday. Mrs. Verne Sears.is spending ; a few days in Salem this week. Margaret Wicks was at the chautauqua Tuesday evening. Frankie Dixon was a chautau qua visitor Sunday evening. Elva Sears went to Salem yesterday to attend chautauqua. F. P. Eversole and wife spent Sunday with relatives in Verdon. R. A. Watts of Dawson was a business visitor here on Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sears were in Salem yesterday to the chau tauqua. The little child of Paul Weaver and wife is very ill at the home of G. J. Crook. Orville Schoeheit , wife and little son are spending the week at Sycamore Springs. Frank E. Martin and Jessie L- Barry were in Salem Wednesday evening at the chautauqua. C...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 August 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 18 1905. Talcs of the Town. The man who broke the bottle of washing blue on the sidewalk in front of the little "store on the corner" evidently felt that it was blue Monday indeed. It was the same old sad story over again last Tuesday morning when men came down town and found tlit saloons closed and wondered why. Then slowly it dawned upon them that it was the day for the special election on the water bond issue. Some of them found but poor consolation in planning to get water , when it was not watsr that the } want ed just then. Falls 'City has a philosopher whose optimism is verv refresh ing these hot days. He refuses to complain when the heat of the day becomes well nigh unbcare- able because he says that he for gets all about it while thinking how beautiful will be the night when the sun that is causing all his misery has departed , and the moon comes up and shines a only an August moon can shine in Nebraska. In resolutions adopted at the...

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 — 18 August 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 18 , 1905. Air = Cooled Power and Pumping Engines 1 1 = 2 , 2 1 = 2 and 5 H. P. Will pump water , grind feed , freeze cream , etc. Will assist the farmer or individual where power is needed in the most economical way. This engine will pump from 20 to " 25 barrels of water for one cent. You are invited to in spect it. No water to freeze. No tank pipe in the way , No gasoline tank or pipe to connect Call or write for further information S1QMUND SPAETH , Agent BOX 31 , Falls City , Nebraska SHUBERT Lank Shafer transacted busi- ne-s in Barada last Saturday. J. W. Spickler and Jim Wed- die were Stella visitors Monday last. Frank Brannan has been on the sick list for several days , but is improving. ' H E. Williams was in Ne- < maha City and Auburn on busi ness the first of the week. Grandma Noa and family vis ited her daughter , Mrs. M. T. Hill , and family herp Sunday , Ethel Hutchins , of Falls City , visited Shubert friends and at tended her...

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 — 18 August 1905

THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 18 , 1905. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Knterixl as second-class matter as 1'alls City , Nebraska , post ofllce , Janu ary 12 , 1904 , unilcr tlic Act of Coiigrcst of March 3 , 1879. Published every Vrhlay at Kails City , Nebraska , by The Tribune Publlihind Company One year $1.00 Six months 60 Three iiioiitlis .AS TELEPHONE 226. Announcement. 1 horrliy Mtinouuco iiiyi > i'lf n cnmllilMo for county clwrU , Mlbji-ci to Mm ilcrHlon of the rcpticilcun county convention. tf J K. BlItlliKKT. I hereby nnnminco tnyftcir lift ti candidate for thn timnlimtlim ( or County Judjre subject to thn upprnvnl of I tic Itopuhllcutl County cnnvrntliiii , If JOHN WU/THK. I hereby niiiiolincu inj-nolt n cnnilldnlo for county clerk cutijccl to I lie decision of I ho rt-i'tibilciin county comi-ntlon. tf I' . Vf OAIIII. Republican County Convention. Fulls City , Neb. , July 8 , 11)05. ) The roiubllcniiMof | lUchiirllsoii conn- ty , Nebraska , are hereby requested to m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 August 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 18 , 1905. LOCALJ.ORE Capt. Evans was down from Stella Friday on official business. Peter Kaiser is making a spec ialty of a Mrs. Taggart cock tail Carrie Otne.v of BarneSi Kans. , is visiting with her aunt , Mrs. J. Moss. i - Carrie Obney of Barnes , Kan sas is the guest of Estella Stone this week. Mrs. Minnick left Tuesday for Hiawatha to spend several days with relatives. Will Cook of Nebraska City was in town Friday the guest of . his father Win. Cook. * * Nellie Cain left Tuesday for a visit with her sister , ' Mrs. McCo } ' and her many friends. Mrs. J. W. Macomber left Tuesday for a visit to her hus band at Coweta. I. T. EvaMcNall left Friday for a weeks visit with Fay James and relatives in Hamburg , Iowa. Rill Houston returned Friday from a few days visit to her aunt Mrs. W. A. Moran in Verdon. Mrs. Grant Windle returned Frida- from a visit to her sister. Mrs. David Griffith at Verdon. Julia Frauenfelter of Verdoti is spending1 this ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 August 1905

THE FA' 0 THE FALLS CITi' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 18 , 1905. WIRELESS MESSAGES. Tn us a Bailie of tennis always scorns to be much ado about nothing. tt is said thai only two teach ers wore while slippers and white stockings while attending the institute. The peace envoys complain about the hotel accommodations at Portsmouth They might try tipping the waiters. The in. st disreputable look ing thing on earth is a piece of old board walk between two long stretches of concrete. Just about the time that a man gets so he can wheel the baby buggy in an artistic and satisfactory manner , the baby learns to walk. Many a man's line crops and splendid herds are due , not so much to his Knowledge of farm ing and stock raising , as to his good judgment in selecting a lured hand. We wonder if there is still an old fashioned mother who gives her little hey a big piece of bread and butter and then ad monishes him , "Don't drop it on your toes. " , We were in a city not long ago and stepped into a...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 August 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 18 , 1905. RECLAIMING OLD TOPERS. Curing Drunkenness Without the Po- tient's Knowledge Has Been Proven a Success. Can Inebriety be cured by sug gestion ? uske Public Opinion. This is si question which has been asked many times and satisfac torily answered in the affirmative. But the question of. practicing suggestion while the patient sleeps is a different proposition , and , therefore , a recent article in the Journal des Debats of Paris is of interest. The experiments in question were conducted by the well-known psychologist , Dr. Paul Farez. "The man under observa tion refused all offers of treat ment , but notwithstanding his re fusal , against his will and un known to him , the man was cured and has remained so for four years. The patient was 2fi years of age , married , of sound consti tution and average health. H < commenced drinking when he was 17 years of age , and his wife had married him in order to reform him. After his marriag...

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 — 18 August 1905

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 18 1905. THE FALLS CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE ' AND SCHOOL OF ; SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING and PENMANSHIP Opens on MONDAY , SEPT. 11 , in the two story frame building five blocks northeast of court house Announcement We have collected a jjrcat many testimonials from our former students who are now holding excellent posi tions and drawing large salaries , and these we had in tended to have published in the form of a catalogue. Finding that the cost would be too great unless we in creased our tuition charges , we have abandoned this idea. Remember that we own our building , do our own teaching and owe no man a cent. This explains why our tuition is low r than that of similar institutions. Did you ever think , my dear students , that the fine catalo gues sent out by some of our large colleges , the rent for the great buildings which they occupy , the interest on several hundred dollars invested in fine school furniture and the high salaries drawn by th...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 August 1905

fc THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT - ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , AUGUST 25 , 1905. Whole No. 85 Died. Mrs. Edna Harding-Sterns died at the home of her parents in Humboldt last Thursday. The deceased was a daughter of Col. and Mrs. W. W. Harding and was raised in Humboldt. She was favorabl3' known to many throughout this vicinity , and to all her acquaintances , her death has brought sincere regret. Her parents , and her young husband > have the sympathy of all thetJe friends. She was married in January , 1905 , to Bernard Sterns. Shortly after her marriage her health be gan to fail and she was taken to New Mexico in the hope that the change of climate might prove \ beneficial. Such was not the case and she was brought home to await the summons of the de stroyer. The funeral was held from the Harding home in Hum boldt last Sunday afternoon , and impressive services were con ducted by Rev. Calvert , of the Methodist c...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 August 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , AUGUST 25 1905. With The Philosophers , ( KUOM THE YOUK TIMES ) You have to cultivate any thing1 good if you want it to grow. "Weeds and meanness are spontaneous. Did you sec any corn eight feet high ut thai summer resort where yon have been ? Very little is heard about tramps of late. The generation bred by the democratic times is passing away and there arc no recruits. A hole will be made in the ground when you die but there will be no perceptible cavity in the busy world above ground , It is said the male mosqui toes do not bite. There is al ways a female in the case , ever a case of yellow fever. ( FROM THE FHEMONT TIUUUNE. ) A "woman's idea of econom } is to buy a new dress to matcl some old buttons. It is worth something tolearr to give others credit for gooc for good intentions. It is dan gcrous to lapse Into the liabi of discounting everybody's mo tives. The man of real courage ii not necessarily one who bragi most about it. Gas Addicks has ...

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