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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 October 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 13 , 1905 3 LOCAL LORE. Prank Stockton went to Pres ton Sunda } ' . Harry Simons came up from Knlo Sunday. J. J. McMahan of Preston was in this city Wednesday. Mrs. and Mrs. Bartlett spent Sunday wiUitRulo.fxiemls. Sadie Meyers and George Wahl , visited Preston friends last Sun day. , Geo. S. Cleveland made a busi ness trip to St. Joseph on Tues day. Frank Neitzcl was a business I , visitor to Preston the first of the .1 week. Fred McKiever left Tuesday' ' | evening Jor Chicago his future' ' home. ' Pauline Kopf visited Rule friends the latter part of the' week. Robert Maxwell of Hiawatha was the guest of Lottie Gulp , ' Sunday. ' J. T. DeJarnett of Omaha spent Tuesday with his son Elmer in this cit } ' . 1 Mrs. Clark of Verdon spent the fore part of this week with Mrs. Sue DeWald. A. 13. Gantt returned on Tues day from a trip to various points in Missouri. Will Minnick and FredMcKiev- or witnessed the Sunday ball game at Preston- ' Archie M...

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 — 13 October 1905

' ( THE FALLS CITi' TRIBUNE , PRIDAY , OCTOBER i3 , 1905. Salem. Mr. Mrllruli ! s in town tiny. Mrs. HiiiiM'll wiih n . FiiHtf Oil visitor Frid'iy , 13. C. Mri'iy. WIIH iiSiilcin visitr Iho llrsl of lliiwot'k. . Mrn. ilorry Merion wont to S tloBOph Friday for a , vtnil. F. V. CmuniiiiBuium' down frbi "Wymore Snliirdiiy inorniim Uio. Crook of Haydt'ii , Colo. . J v'lBithiK bin brother , Oliiirles. , | ; J'jA A.l'MVi \ > M li'ft Smiting f/ , , Omnm | lo priul buvrtnl ilnys. \Yiiltjy Slaver visited with'It mother tin s Hintt'r over Siiiulny Prof , Ft'iiorntoin visilod inStcll Sinidny with L'rof. WilKon an wifp. . lV , . . . . . ' . . - Will "Kiclmrdrt mid wife < TC.XIIH , Ark.i.ro Sidem vinitorn Hi week. Mrs. Gnivc'd returned Sniidn from a visit with her piirentri i Pawnee City. .1. H. Tiinineininn and Cut Muorc returned home from Alkii BOM , Wednesday. Mrw. Liliedoll of Schickley i viaitinK her daughter , Mrn. Andei BOD Hnee ! Monday. Mrn. Frank Filch of Omaha ai rived Sunday to...

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 — 13 October 1905

r THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER i3 , 1905. M MINIATURE JAP GARDENS. Made in This Country nnd Used to Decorate the Dinner Table for American Society. The little Japanese gardens dis played in the windows of florists are made in this country , but by Japanese artists. "We import the dwarf plants and trees used for the purpose from Japan , " said one dealer to a New York Sun reporter. "The gardens are constructed by Jap anese men here whom we employ for the work. "How much are they ? The ones that you see here range from ? ! } to ? ( > . We have more expensive ones. These are the § 0 ones in these round terracotta pots. "Some people use them for jar dinieres for the center of the din ing table. The coloring is rich and good and the little gardens al ways interest people. " OnlyJapanese art could achieve these wonderful miniature gar dens , many of them not more than eight inches across. A perfect illusion of extensive landscape is won by the clever placing of the tiny dw...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 October 1905

Ff I II THIS PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 13 , 1905. Press Notes. The Grand Island road will in. tcrccpt the proposed trolley sys tems by building spurs from its1 main line to various points , run ning theron gasoline motorcars , which arc speedy and comforta ble. They will begin right away to build a gasoline motor spur Irom btotit to Highland. Stout is a station near Severance , seven miles from Highland. Another spur will be built from the near est point to Sycamore Springs , 'j which will be made a great - health and social resort. The building of motor lines , as pro posed , \\ill make a great change in farming interests , for in time there will be more farmers and smaller farms fruit tracts of a few acres all idle land produc ing what it best can and the wealth of the country will be trebled- Hiawatha World. We saw a genuine out door la boring man eat a meal the other day and it was a glorious sight. A man who works out in the open air and the bonghing wind and makes ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 October 1905

i I THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 2 ( ) , 1905. Whole No. 93 Baby Found Dead. The six montlis child ( if Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles Larnbee who reside near Humboldt was found dead in its bed Tuesday morn ing' . The little one had been in good health and seems to , have died in the night without a struggle. No caus-e can be assigned for its death. DIED. Mrs. Walter Dowell died at her home west of Salem Oct. , 13 after a lingering illness of con sumption , age sO years. The funeral services were held from the Gospel Union Church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Garberson conducted the services. Mrs. Dowell has only been in Salem since 1902 having lived most of her life in Kentucky. She had made many friends dur ing this time who extend their deepest symapathy to the hus band and little daughter who mourn her loss. Died. Thomas H. Cain was born near Arago in Richardson county , Ne brask...

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 — 20 October 1905

THIS FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 2o , 1 OF THE DAY I It is nut when- you can buy goods but wheie you can 1 buy the best the Cheapen ! and know what yon arc getting. 1f If you decide that yon are going to buy a house ami lot in town to live in or a farm out in the country as an investment - f vestment Yon dent go to the lirst man that has a piece of properly for Kale and buy the place at his price without look ing tip the title anil neeing what income yon can make from 1I the property , do yon. . . , .If that in a good rule in buying real islato why will it not h Id good in buying the clothing for yourself and fain- ily. There are lots of people in the mercantile biiHincKS in the United States who do not figure on what they give a ciiBioim r but what they can get from him. HUH is not the I case with Sum Wahl mid the business reputation that he has built up in Falls Citj- and Richardson county is nndisput- ' f able proof of the fact that when yon go to Wahl's store yon relia...

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 — 20 October 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 20 , 1905 3 \Vica t make you yood prices on wall paper , as we want to close out this years stock to make room for new. r We have a house ami barn paint that is asyoocl as as any 01 the market that we will sell at right prices. Don't fail to see us. > f V CITY PHARMACY Dr. McMillen , Prop. Falls City , - Neb. 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 Coin's on Collections No Attorney Fees on Suits. Defendant pays costs of suit. 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. m. ; i to 3 p. m. A. E. Wolfe D. 0. Osfeopathic Physician Oillee over L > ford's store , Heaidence at National Hotel PALLS CITY NKMRASKA OHloo ljhoiip ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 October 1905

K T THE FALLS CIT TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 20 , 1905. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ICntoretl as sccotul-class innltci . ! * KaJH City , Nebraska , post ofllcc , Jaiui- wry 12 , 1904 , uiulcr the Act of Con rest of'Miirch 3 , 1879. ' Published every l'i Way at 1'alU City , Nebraska , by ' i The Tribune Publishing Comptvny 'One year Six ii'onths . . . . . - - Three months . . - TELEPHONE 226. Republican State Ticket t'OII ft I'llKMK ItflMIK IION.C. II I.KHON V. tl. lA'FOItl ) KKKI ) A If 110 ri' Rebubllcan County Ticket Ton Tnt.tfliniHi .1.0 TANNKH KOII < 'U UK 1'OltTHKbl'UINOniait Ton Ji DOI .1 It. WIUIITK Hrcniiiu it itW. . M llll'.dl'.K Poll ' I I'KOP. U. I. II01T KOII MIKIUH1 .IOIIN II033ACK I on roitosi'it * s mt. mo. : UKNP.KKii Ton Si HVKMW THANK KANT/.MA MUTUAL TELEPHONECONTKO VERSY. The telephone question is not n matter of personality , neither in it to be settled by disserta tions on motives. The question IK one of righter or wrong and should be settled dispassionately and w...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 October 1905

I THIZ PALLS CITY TRIBUNLJ , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 20 , 1905 LOCAL LORE Marv Dickman is visiting with friends in Omaha. James Larnado of Rule spciit Tuesday in this city. Mr. and Mrs. White are visit ing with friends in Leona , Kans. Edwin Falloon returned Tues day-froni n short-visit'at Lincoln- H. E. Bovd of Ilumboldt spent Tuesday with Falls City friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Withee of Stella spent Sunday in this city. city.C. C. M. French of Montaloo , Cal. has renewed his faith in the Tribune. Mrs. Stephen Prior \vas a B. & M. passenger for Liberty on Tuesday. Mrs. Ed May who has been seriously ill is reported as being much better. Ernest Obenland was an M. P. passenger for Stella the fore part of this week. J. Cronenberger will preach at the Salem Church of Cluist next Sunday afternoon at 2:30. : Earl Mart ? of Wyiuore spent Tuesday evening1 with his par ents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Martz. Mrs. Ilattie Branum and two children left Tuesday for a visit with friends in Sterling , Nebr. H...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 October 1905

THE FALLS C\'V \ f TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 20 , 1905. HUMBOLDT l.onr Hoy'i's of 1'awiioi' CMtj waln town Siitunlny. Mverlu .lone * U vIMtlntf with ruin- t'vcs ' in Kdv'ur. DP K A. Lltohllulil wii ! . u Daw M > n vIMtor Tuosiliijp. Wm. Kenton of Uuwwin was In the oily Tui'ptlfty. Tobias Carter of Tiiblf Hock was In the pity Monday. Win Hruiulow. was u visitor In Wy more tlio llrt of tlio week. K , K. Shnru of Falls City win In the CllV. Sllinliiy hi'twiM'M tnilim. Juki-VaniuiMi' Uul / - * a liusl- nc" < visitor In the iitKrdlny. . Dk-lc Scott , luiu'H'riniin ' of Hern , Knn.i win In the city Thursday. Or. .1 A. WueiiuMur of UUWHOII was In the pltv thu llr t of the week. Dr. K. S. Cooper returned Siindaj from a husini'fs vUU to Ununln. H. O. I > niy and fiimlly ispi-ut Sunday with P. SnhliUti-rbiiek and family. H. L. MeConnoll and I , . C. I'Mwartls ilrovo to Wrdon and HU-llii I-'rlduy. Frank Snothi'ti wuKtriiintaetliii ! hint- nccs In Full * Clly thu llrt of the week. Kth...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 October 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 20 , 1905. fo ff f\7 * fvT r& $ ® s ? is | fvT * ? * fv ? * i S' ? / T 2 * t * ' $ * J J J' | * § f tt8ib * b Ff9i C L § SV Kaaa &rm.v * t 'J ' HOME i * > L ILLS * * * Hh &ka&jGBtt&j ( * * Does a General Milling Business and Han- * > ufactures the following brands of Flour * Sunflour Crown Magnolia H ? . * 4 * * We guarantee every sack of the above brands of flour to be * > made in our own mill and to be of the highest possible qual * ity. We also manufacture Graham , Corn Meal , Rye , Buck * wheat and Breakfast Food. We deal in all kinds of feed. We also conduct a general Grain , Live Stock and Coal business and solicit a share of vour patronage * P. S. HE ACOCK & SON I m $ 4 ! > < * J < Jx % * tf * f * < Vj VJtf t S * J * 4 § * { * * J | < J < J < * J * * { 4 I WILSON | is the criterion for prevailing fashions - * - OUR FALL AND WINTER WOOLENS FOR SUITS , OVERCOATS AND TROUSEHS | o are ...

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 — 20 October 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 20t 1905. H BVHWtWI M HIH BHil BBXHHfiMMHHv HMHMi w i WHBBBHHBBiKWMn WMMWkJB HBOOBBO nw B B K M anr SALE $20 , 000 worth of fine Clothing , Gent's Furnishing 'Goods , Boots and Shoes , Hats , Caps , -etc , Ji must be closed out as I am going to quit business in Falls City and move to Kansas City : : : SUIT BUYERS Why pay $15.00 for your Fall Suit when you can buy it of us for $20 SUITS $14.48 Suits in single and double breasted exclusive styles ; the kind you would gladly pay 20.00 for , Come and get it for $14.48 Children's Suits Why pay $4.50 for Children's Fancy suits when you can buy the $2.98 . same of us for " . y "M. T 41 * W * * W + W W W" " f"W % W W , / * " H" " * * & H TIL V * V * W W W * 4 tT * + > * W + lli ilV l l-IF S PfIt R IIVTRfrr T L/V/1\ 1 IllZJlc > F 1\.1 1 .7 li % 1 ly \irf-ftZj 1 MEN'S SHIRTS All the latest Fall effects ; every si/.e ; not 750 and $1.00 , but UNDERWEAR All colors ami weights ; all sixes , the...

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 — 27 October 1905

! ili THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 27 , 1905. Whole No. 94 Family Reunion. A family reunion was held at the home of John Yocam on Sunday , all of their children being at home on that day. Those present were : Claud Yocam and wife , Mound City , Mo. ; Wm. Yocam and daughter , Galen ; Mrs. N. Peck , husband and daughter , Ethel ; John , William , Clarence and George Yocam , Los. Angeles , Gal. ; and Goldie and Myrtle who are still at home. Telephone Case Settled. The case of Mace Atwood ngainst The Falls City Tele phone Co. , was settled last week by the company paying Mrs. Atwood SloOO , and the cost of the action. The case grew out of the accident occasioned by a team colliding with one of the poles of the company which had been set in the highway a great er distance from the boundary of the road than the la\v per mits , and in which accident the plaintiff was so badly injured in ...

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 — 27 October 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 27 , 1905. DOWN ON THE RIO GRANDE Contractor Tells of nn Exciting Ex perience in Crossing Stream in the. West. "To give .von nn idea of what sort of n river the Uio ( irinide is j I'll toll .von an experience Hint 1 ] luul in netting across it witli n derrii-k1 said Itnymond .MePou gall , a mining man from Now Alex ico. to a .Milwaukoo Kree Press man "I was a ronlraolor in rod ; \\cuk in tl o o da.\s and \\as lak ing m'do.riok fiom tlio east side 11 tlio river to tlio .MnplaloiniK Tin- dome , ' , was on fo.ir wagon \\'nel ' and four mules \\orolianl ing it. 1 had in\ twoholj ois along : , nd one id tliom dro\o tlio limits. Moas an old timer , which \\iis Inclc.v , and if 1 liad trusted to m.\ o\\n judgment 1 might have mad- a mistake that would have < > . . me m.\ males and derrick , if noi mlife. . "We readied the Hio ( Srando ai hoar liefore sundown and 1 saw a wide liver lied , lint no water onl.v drv , sand from one hank lethe 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 — 27 October 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 27. 1905 3 a Wall ! X Paper 1 \Ye cu i make you good prices on wall paper , as we want to close out this years stock to make room for new. We have a house and barn paint that is as fjood as as any on the market that we will sell at rig'ht I prices. Don't fail to see us. I1 * Y CITY PHARMACY Dr. McMillen , Prop. * Falls City , - Neb. 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 Coin's on Collections No Attorney Fees on Suits. Defendant pays costs of suit. McNALLS' GROCERY Fancy and Staple Groceries Fruit in Season Satisfaction Guaran teed Free City Delivery Phone 40 Storage for Household And other Goods. . H. PARSELLM. D. GEO. Telephone No. 58 Office at Residence Office Hours : 8 to 10 a. m. ; i to 3 p.Mn. A. E. Wolfe D. 0. Osteopathic Physician Oillce ovi-r Lvford's , store. Hesidunce at National Hotel FALLS CITY NEBRAS...

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 — 27 October 1905

THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 27 , 1905. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered nccoii'l-clnvt matter an Kails City , Kcliraska , post oflice , Jaiin- urv 12 , 1'KH , under Hie Act of Confront of Murcli 3 , 1879. every Friday at Falls City , Nebraska , by The Tribune Puhlliliinrf Company One year . . ' . Sis iP'.Hitlin . - - M Three month * . . . - TELEPHONE 226. Republican State Ticket I Oil tit'l-HKMn iio.N.u. it. UCITON Hill lluir.NTH v. ( i. i.rrouu KItl',1) AIIHOTT Rebublican County Ticket t on TIIBAHIIIIKH .1.0 TANMCU Ion ( i.r.iiK I'OltTKIl HTItlNni'lKlil ) I oil .liruilf. .1. It. WII.IIITK roil Hr.roiiMr.ii \V. M. IIIKUKK KlH "ri'r.lll. > TKNUKNT I'UOI' . It. I. . IIOI'I * I on ynr.iurr JOHN IIU93AOIC Hilt ( 'PlltlNKIl Kit. ( lio. : ItCNKICKK I on Hi'itvr.voit KUAN 1C KANT/.MA JOHN lllNTON I'or Jnntloi of tlui IViici- .1. I.UIIIAVIII : : J..MOHIMAN , Jll. I'd ! ( .nilMillili'M J.V. . NAUHIiliU I' . M.CAMIII.IN The division , the oil wells ami tlio Miles will case wil...

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 — 27 October 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 27 , 1905 5 LOCAL LORE Rev. Hex spent Wednesday in Auburn. Nora Poteet spent Sunday in Lincoln' Nellc McMahan spent Sunday in Lincoln. Jero me Wiltse was a pleasant cnller at this oflke. Anita Wilson spent Saturday with friends in Salem. Clyde Ramel spent Sunday with friends in Salem. V. G. Lyford spent the fore part of the week in Lincoln. John Oswald attended to his work in Stella last Wednesday. Charley Wallace returned to Shubert on Tuesday afternoon. Frank Marvin left Tuesday afternoon for Beatrice , Nebraska. Roy Heacock made a business trip to Howe on Tuesday after noon. Gertrude Hays of Stella visited Palls City last Thursday and Friday. William Schnielzel and Bessie Davis spent Saturday with friends tn Salem. Mrs. E. F. Sharts visited with Humboldt relatives the latter part of last week. Ingram Cain came down from Stella Thursday and witnessed "Rajah of Bhong. " Ella Miller of Omaha is spend- in y a short vacation with her parents i...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 27 October 1905

n 6 THE FALLS CIT i' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 27 , 1905 , How The Thief On The Cross Was Saved- Proaclieil at llu Christum Church K.ills City , SuiitlaKve - ninjr , October 22 The Hible i * .1 book of men , sinninjr men. sorrowing men liv ing men , ilytnu men , penitent men , impenitent men , defeated men and victorious men , in a word , real men ; and we ou ht to thank God for a book that tells the truth about the men of which it speaks. There is nothing hid nor covered up. They are not all bad men. Had the ) all been bad men , we inigh't have had en couragement to live that way and vet had hope in death. They are not all Angels , for then we might have been discouraged in our struggle to be like them ; but they are men with like passions as we have and we believe the wisdom of God is seen in giving us the history of both the good and the bad , that we might by His grace , slum the sins and wickedness of the one , and imi tate the virtues of the other. The story of the thief will...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 27 October 1905

v : THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 27 , 1Q05. WOMAN A PUBLIC OFFICIAL , Pessimist When Talking of Alabama Must Spe.ik in Soft Tones Female - male Secretiry There. The pessimist who protests against woman's progression , not to mention digression , in now lines of work must admit there is recognition of her ability abroad in the land when a woman is chosen as recording secretary of one of the southern states , says the Pilgrim. When the man who held that position with Gov. Cun ningham , of Alabama , resigned recently , Miss Mamie Oll'ntt , who was confidential stenographer to the governor , was appointed in his place. It was a great compliment , for the ofllce demands the exercise uf much tact and diplomacy. By virtue of her position Miss Offutt is also secretary of the state board of pardons , and keeps a record of everything in connection with the thousand and one applications for pardon from inmates of Alabama mines and prisons. She must have : i familiarity with the st...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 27 October 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 27 , 1905. Positively Going It seems strange that some people know more about our business SUITS SUITS than we know ourselves. The manner in which they are trying to mis OVERCOATS lead you , trying to stuff you with hot air that this is only a bluff , and 75 Overcoats which are excellent \alues at 50 Fine Suits modelled into the most st\lish that Seff is not going out of business , Another rumor was started to at 9.00 Quit Business Price tpD5 / conceptions of the season composed of choice the effect that we went into bankruptcy. Now don't be mislead by such ' 85 men's belt overcoats , tailored to perfection fabrics , $10.00 and $10,00 values people who have not business enough of their own , but spend their . values , Quit business Price. . . . Quit Business Price time in running down the business of other people. 1 challenge any 15.00 body to prove that I am not going out of business in Falls City , and Hoy's and Children's overcoats in lar...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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