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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 November 1905

v nr- ' * 7- \ - w V i THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. 11 FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 3 , 1905. Whole No. 95 Judge Babcodk Dead. Judge Babcock is dead- The upright judge , the splendid law yer , the exemplary citizen , the old soldier of ' 61 has gone to his rest. On Sunday morning the 29th of October , Albert H. Bibcock one of the judges of the district court of this district , peacefully died at his home in the city of Beatrice , after months pf weary suffering from a lingering , and what has proved to be a fatal malady. The shock of the sad event , though not entirely unexpected , has come like a sudden blow , and calm thought concerning it.seems a thing impossible. Judge Babcock - V cock was a useful citizen and a public servant not easily found in these days of graft and greed , when business has been reduced to a kind of race between riches and the penitentiary. Measured by every test known to moral ethics ...

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 — 3 November 1905

TH ! FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEHBER 3 , | QJ5. SOME RICH ARE SLOW PAY Notorious 1'nct Declares Writer Thnt Mnny In Society HncRlo Over Their Bills. It is notorious Hint the rich HIT often .sramlaloiiHly sl \ \ in payinu their bills. I recall one iiifllann- where the wife of a nmlti-inillion * nircKhe ( was afterward divorced ) , took no noticemonth after month , of.u hill aniount.liif , ' to over ? i0 ! , Oflt ) for her daughter's wedding1 trouHseau. and this hill \vas noi nniilfornuiM'lliati a .vear after tin- ceremony , and 'only then heeansc a resourceful collel'tor "held up1' the mult itmlliomf h'e himself in I lu st reel one day/aud linall.v : < > l hi" ehuck , declares Cleveland AlolVHt. in Suet-ess. ( I have heen told of several rich women in the smart set , two of them very rich , who are wont to haggle over prices in the shops as if they were in genteel poverty , one of these ladiea , whose showy Newport fetes are widely pro claimed , tried on a certain occa w...

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 — 3 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 3 , 1905 HIGH SPEED WINS J LOU DILLON . n or THC WORLD * * v " " " onwt IMTC N TION I.CU ' M MHOC III r u HOLOCD or wonio-s MCCORD ran CLCAM , FACT. I Y WAIMINO THE ONLY HIGH SPEED WASHER ON THE MARKET TOLEDO , onto-THE WHITE'LILV WASHER COMPANY-DAVENPORT. IOWA AT MEYER.S HARDWARE 1C. H. flARlON. | | AUCTIONEER. ( O i V I Sales conducted in scientific and busi nesslike manner I C. H. MARION I Falls City , Nebraska A. E. Wolfe D. O. Osteopatliic Physician itllee over Lyford's store. Residence at National Hotel FALLS CITY NKBUASKA Ollico Phone 207 Residence Phone l0l ! ! WILL R. BOOSE M. D. OHlee In Richardson County Hunk Buildtnu. General prac tice of medicine and nursery. Special attention given to Kar. Nose and Throat Calls answered - ' swered day or night \ FALLS CITY NEBRASKA McNALLS' GROCERY Fancy and Staple Groceries Fruit in Season Satisfaction Guaran teed Free City Delivery Phone 40 Storage for Household And other Goods. Merchants an...

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 — 3 November 1905

Sbfa THE FALLS CiTy TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 3 , 1905. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Kntcred ns second-class matter as Kails City , Nebraska , post olllce , Jatui- nrv 12 , I'-H- * . under the Act of Con rcst of'Mnrcli 3. 1870. ' Published every Friday at Kails City , XcbniHkii , by The Tribune Fublihinj ! ( Company One year . . 51.00 . Three months - . , - . , , . „ . . . - - .35 TELEPHONE 226. Republican State Ticket Koti Si'riitMK luixjr. HON.C. n c.KrroN HlN NUIM.NTH V.H. IATOUI ) KltKO AIMIO'IT Rebubllcan County Ticket | 'UH TiuAHttiiin : .1.0 TANSKU Kill ) t'l.CIIK I'OltTIIlt STIMNOl'lKliI ) foil JlHKlK J. It. WIMIITK r < ii Tu.coiuii.K W. M. 1UKOKH Von SHPI.HINTINDU : > T I'ltof. K. 1 , . IIOl'l1 Tun 5i JOHN HOSSACK ton on. or.o. ucNMticint Pun SKIIVKVOII KUANK KANT/MA i or Siipoi visor JOHN II1NTON Tor .JintlccH lit' tlio I'viivu .1. I.UIKA\MK : .1. MOS1MAN..IU. I'm Consliililrs .1. W. NADSI.I'.K I' . M.l'AMIIMN Don't Trade. His probable that a word of warning to republica...

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 — 3 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 3 , 1905 LOCAL LORE J Ti. E. Kniialy returned Friday fjom Dawson. J. R. Cain came down from Stella Saturday. Gus Ncitzel was a Saturday visitor in Hutnboldt. . i Cap Saylors of Vcrdon was in . .tlusvcit > v Saturday. . * , * . . Frank Marvin returned to Okla- home last Saturday. Policeman Herman of Rule spent Thursday in this city. Mrs , Hyatt left Saturday after noon for White Cloud , Kansas. B. F. Miles of Dawson spent Friday with friends in this city. . Mrs. George Rieckers spent last week with relatives in Ilutn- ' boldt. Geo. Hall was an M. P. pass enger for Verdon Sunday after noon. Elva Sears was the guests of Nellie Weaver in Verdon last Sunday. D. A. Walker of Shubert was the guest of Falls Citv friends Sunday. Samuel Mart ? : spent Friday and Saturday with his sons in Wymore. John Gilligan returned tile latter part of the week from Oklahoma- Alice Flowers a n d brother George left Sunday afternoon for Aberdeen , S. D. E. W. Elw...

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 — 3 November 1905

THE FALLS CIT * TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 3 , 1905. Press Notes. The hnnltH me renovating mid X'lcnning up I licit vuullH mid mifct- propnrnlory to receiving hip biiiuflicH 0,6 immi } } ' 'tlml 'tjio 'fm in ; ; e'r8 tire going lo deposit MB n C'iljv ngB. Sabotlw tVr So . . . V'Vi ' * * , < uilwi.y vjnupatty- ' recently formed for promo- it purposes , hits this week tiled articles yf incorporation. It I'H Proposed to btiilfl ' 'of road' touj F.illrt Oil\ l' SjOMinoie pringB and tviliiiliM , KMIIHIIH. capital Block w $100,000 and a of Fiille City capitalists -lire intt'iVrtUjd Oh , ( hut Jhe : line be extended north as far ah sell. , - - , Tcytimijeji Chief- JVnin. //i T.h'e real enemy doeH thin ork AHnkrhiulded. U'e'is liltO the rat i a dole .into the Hide nf lioiiHi1 at night w'nile yon , - riTnTun B rnbiine. , IliiliarlBft ( ( county Nahrnska k ; ( jilHO\'iiiijlaliiH ) that ( he only re- jrenehment in connly niVairs it IIIIH , IB levied on the printers. livwiy Vother interest ...

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 — 3 November 1905

THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 3 , 1905. II MANY ENGLISH IN MEXICO. Increasing Use of Language In South-1 ern Republic Makes Conver sation Casier. The increasing use niul knowl edge of the1 English language in Mexico must not lie considered by foreigners wlio propose to do busi ness in Mexico us relieving them from a necessity of knowing Span teli. For those who come in direct contact with the masses in any way the native language is still very essential , and will always be. The amount of English that can IK ; ( heard by the visitor in the main street of this capital city is apt to be misleading. It is no ! necessary to journey to the inte vior of the country to reach a sec tion where English is neither heard nor understood. By walk ing a few squares either to the right or left , away from the beat en track of the tourist and the fo'reigner , one readily encounters the Mexico that must be spoken to in Spanish. As has been Raid many times , it is more important that the ...

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 — 3 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVBHBER 3 , 1905. HUMBOLDT JofT Jobo of Tnblo Hock WHS In tl city Moniluy. Hi P. Marble wnt > it NYhnifeka Cl visitor Saturday. Norman Upton of Pawnee city wi In the city Sumliij. Vanec JUcc of Tet-iniiseh win n Su tiny visitor In this city. Oco. SegrUt and wife were quests relative ? hern Sunday. Frank Ponik of Lincoln spent sir crnl dn.\s hero this city. Dr. K S. rooper WHS n Lincoln vlf tor thu tlri-t of the week. Marcarei lllce spent Suniliiy wit her purunta In Tcciuiivh. Mrc. Lou Mm-buriier has been < : the slok list thu past wi. uk Charles Woods of Pawnee City wu a Ilumbolilt visitor Friday. Mark Williamson was on the ale list several days the past week. Daisy Alspaujjli left Saturday for visit with her sister In Llnl'oln , Win. Hnuidow attended a IJurcx Jersey sale In Falls City Saturday. Grace Veils left Saturday to vlsl her Bister , Mrs. Howard Jones , nun Rulo. Mrs Gilbert Kary | of HnnoVor , Kan lias been vUt'lng friends atVd relat...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. I ' Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 10 , 1905. Whole No. 96 Will Charge Interest. County Treasurer Xook says that interest will be charged on personal taxes after December 1st in accordance with the law. The law is very plain on this subject kU and the treasurer proposes to obey it to the letter. Stella MalT Killed. h * * The body of Newton Hedge who was killed in an accident at l > Colorado Springs was brought to Stella where the funeral was held Monday. Mr. Hedge had lived near Stella for a long time , but two years ago removed to Cole rado. Tie was well and favorably known to many people through out this county. Railway Meeting. A meeting of the Nebraska incorporators - corporators of the Falls City , Syc amore Springs , Sabetha & South western Ry. Co. , was held at the council rooms in this city on last Saturday afternoon. At that time the officers and directors were sele...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 November 1905

TUB FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVE.HBIHR lo , 1905. WIVES WHO NEVER SPEAK. Tales o Several Spouses Who , During Their Natural Existence , Re mained Mute. A K mm n wonmn is not permit- led ( o sjxMik or nod on her wt'd- ding day , says the > V\v York Her. aid. Should .slit1 transgress slu a ( once liccoinos an object of ridi- e-ule and lews caslo. Khe1 ninsl tv- main etbduiate1 to her husband' * e'litriMtties ; neil her threat nor prayer must move her , for all I lie household is on ( lie q"i vive lei i aleh a single1 muttered syllable. .Somelimes fora week or more she does not speak , and even then , N he-n I'omplele silence is broken , only puts her tongue to the most necessary uses. Although no such universal cus tom is prevalent in the western world , extraordinary cased are not wanting. * Jn the early forties a Mrs. tloncs , living in Pennsyl vania , undertook , for a wager of ? 1CO , to remain mute for the ih-Bt month of her marriage. Her hus- hand , who naturally was no...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 10 , 1905 WINS A BUNCH OF WORLD BEATERS HE WHITEWASHER UOU DILLON THE RELIANCE. WASHER , MOIOH OPTMt WOHIO' TKOtTlN i > oi MiNNtn ortMt i ( ( ( CORD : TIME , : e i'i CMINQ SHAMROCK lit rOUfftTRAiaHT HIATS Hoiocn or wonio's ntcono ron CLCAN , FAST , CASV WASHING THE ONLY HIGH SPEED WASHER ON THE MARKET * TOLEDO. OHIO -THE WHITELILY WASHER COM PAN YDAVENPORT. . f AT MEYER < S HARDWARE 1 C. H. HAR1ON I AUCTIONEER , Sales conducled in | , scienlilic and busi- 3 ! nesslike manner X If I 1 C. H. MARION I I Falls City , Nebraska A. E. Wolfe D. 0. Osteopathic Physician Ort ce over Lyford's store. Kesidence at National Hotel FALLS CITY NHHUASKA ( ) \.VQ \ Phone 207 Residence I'hone 'JO ! ) WILL R. BOOSE M. D. Ollice in Richardbon County Bank Uulldlnu. Gct.eral prac tice of medicine and surgery. Special attention given to Kar. Nose and Throat. Calls an swered day ornijrht LS CITV NEHKASKA McNALLS' GROCERY Fancy and Staple Groceries Fruit in Sea...

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 — 10 November 1905

THE FALLS CIT * TRIBUNE : , FRIDAY , NOVEA1BER 10 , 1905. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered as second-class mutter ns Kails City , Nebraska , post oulce , Janu ary 12 , 1 J04 , under tin ? Act of Congest ' of'Miircli 3 , 187'J. Published every VYiday at Kails City , Nebraska , by The Tribune rubtlabinrf Comprvny One year. . SI.00 Six nmitliH . . M ) Three months - - - .35 TELEPHONE 2.2.6. A Funeral Sermon. Il alter tinnutmicr of men , I liavo fought with beasts at HJph- csiiswhat advantaged ) it me if the dead rise not ? Let us eat and drink for tomorrow die - I Corinthians xv-32. After the manner of men , the Republican party in Kichardson county has fought with the democratic beasts and got the \\orst of it. Kor tlie first time in the history of psychology , meta physics , or hypnotism matter has won a victory over mind. The situation affords an abundance of food for reflection , but , in the language of Chimmie Kadden - "Wot's de use ? Anything like a critical analy sis of the retur...

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 — 10 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 10 , 1905 LOCAL LORE. Harr.v Jonnc went Omaha on Tuesday. J. R. Cain returned to Stella Tuesday. Earl IT rakes went to Verdon Tuesday. E. O. Lewis came in from his work to vote. Theo. Weaver was down from Stella Tuesday. Bessie Arnold spent last week with Rule friends. J. S. Everts was down from Omaha Tuesday. John Fellers of Talmage spent Tuesday in this city. Geo. Shock was a Stella visit or the first of the week. Fred Miller came down from Lincoln in time to vote. Simon Davies and wife .vent to Stella Tuesday afternoon. Chris Horn left Tuesday for Omaha to purchase cattle. Mr. Adams of Stella transacted business in thes city Tuesday. B. F. Gravatt was down from Hum bold t on Tuesday evening. Henry Eiegcr and wife drove tip from Preston Tuesday even- in g. g.Mr. Mr. Billings of the telephone force went to Humboldt , Mon day. Miss Crawford of Stella was the guest of Falls City friends on Monday. iiohincl Karas came down from Humboldt and s...

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 — 10 November 1905

THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEA1BIHR 10 , 1905. With The Philosophers. ( \OUK TIM Its. ) Tin u v vniiilrif why he in nm 8i popular n8 the niiuir ) , lull tli > niori > ho "caws" thu more poptiliii lllH UN ill ) ) ( ' .III f. Tlinst1 win ) t in 'it-it ' itl diirl tht HI > luyh liMVi- In Ijculii In III ) ( l t'ss liofoit1 Hiippcr. LMu > Hoosevi'll uluti is to rlt-aiiFi d iiu ify , In cui'it'ct.iiiitl nut loili- nt n. \s soon IIH M mini nrlsi dri | \ \ itl tl i prosos.sion he1 fcelH a oo < ( It'iil iici' . ' . If you don't moan it and an t'V'llU' In fnnl lln-lll they will hnni U'lniltn vnu. TIOM'vliu | think thi ? woili ! ii but ! now iin li ! in have lived i I ) Mitlivtl yi'iiiri iiL'n. Then llic ; WMild hnvt ; Ht't'ii Hntnelhiu lining' If jmi btioku it (1111 ( li lil wn ; almost any back will o duwi man in not a I way the nio.st lielp in a close politica t nlo.M. ATHMSOX ( JI.Olli : . All Miitii'lrt and jilmslr. are wo IIK'll. When yon die , yon will die a dt ...

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 — 10 November 1905

THIS FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY , NOVIEA1BER lo. 1905. A FAIR EXCHANGE BY MLLFOHD W. FOSIIAY. "Two loads of furniture and farming tools went down tin1 Kouth road this forenoon , " Elva told her brother at noon. "Did , oh ? 1 suppose it was the belongings of the new people on the lliiu'kle.v place , " Orrin re- Hponded. "Well , all 1 hope is that they have everything the.v need. : nid won't be borrowing. ' " Elvn Morrison saw the loads pass at about 1 en oVlock , followed by a buggy in which were two women , one elderly and Ihe other of something near her own age. The outfit looked prepossessing , and she hoped their nearest neigh bors would prove companionable , Bhe was so lonely keeping house for her two brothers in this new region , llcnce , she resented the attitude taken by her brother Or- riii , and replied to him with sonic spirit : "When people are settling , it often happens that they cnnnoi put their hands on an article they need very much , and it is of great assistance to...

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 — 10 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEHBER lo , 1905. VERDON. Mra. Cullcn was 11 Fulls City vl lti last Friday. NolK" Weaver was a Fall * City vlsl or lint VVt'ilnetlay. Mrs. Mury Stwart ha * lieon on tl tick list thU week. The Congregational oliurch gave i oyster supper ulvctiou nlglit. Maud White from Augusta , III. , vhltlii. ; relative. * In Verdon. Gco.lorn and family spent , a fu days with Peru friend tlih week. Amret Hart Is In Vordon again afti a visit with her sitter Mr < ) . Hrower. M. Mcll/a was hurt last week 1 ( lipping when ullinhlng over a fence. George Messier sold his farm soul wen , of Verdon for 0,000 to Kb Geol by. Mrs. Kdd Whcatly has boon vlsltlr her mother , Mrs. Gcrmalne , at IIui boldt. Mrs , Mary Uoopos who has bee visiting her son Nont Cox of slclne Is homo again. Mrs. Conover has totnrncd fro Oborlln Kansas where aho has bee visiting relatives. Hopson's sale was not held Saturda as advertised ou account of the rail but It took place Tuesday. Cyrus Voll...

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 — 10 November 1905

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER lo , 1905. VERDON. Mrs. Culleu was u Falls City vlsltt last Friday. Ncllu Weaver was u Full * City vlsli or last Wednesday. Mr ? . Mary Stwiirt has lieon mi tl ick list this week. Tlio CnngroirutloniU clnifch Rave n oyster supper ek-ctlon nluht. Maud White from Augusta , III , , vhlllin : relatives In Vcnlon. ( Sco. .lorn ami family spent , a to days with 1'oru friend thl * week. Amrut Hart Is In Vonlon injiiln aftt u vloit with hurbUtur Mrn. Hrower. M. Mel 17.11 was hurt last week I ellpi'tng when climbing over a foneo. Georuo Mciflur sold his farm soul' ' wc t , of Venlon for ( tX)0 to Kb Geol by. Mrs. Kdd Whcatly has been vlsltln her mother , Mrs. Gcrmalne , at Hun boldt. Mrs , Mary Uoopes who has boc visiting her son Kent Cox of Stelne Is homo again , Mrs. Conover has lotnrncd fro Oberlln Kansas where she has bee visiting relatives. Hopson's sale was not held Suturda as advertised ou account of the rah but It took place Tuesday. Cyrus...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 November 1905

Jf I THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVEA1B1ER 17. 1905. Whole No. 97 Richardson County Teacher's As sociation The regular fall meeting of the Richardson County Teach er's Association was held in Kails City , Friday evening and Saturday Nov.,10 and 11. Friday afternoon the Dawson High School Basket Ball Teams played the Falls City High School Basket Ball Teains. A good crowd witnessed the game. The Daxvsonlligh School Teams won. won.The The evening program was held in the Methodist Church. The room was fairly well tilled with appreciative listeners. The organ solo by Miss Etta Reich ers , and the Falls City High School chorus were both well received. Dr. Ross of the State University lectured on the sub ject , "The Near Future of American Society. " It was a strong , intereslin < r and inslruc- live , talk , The audience was the professors class. Dr. Ross did not attempt to entertain or m...

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 — 17 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA.'FRIDAY , NOVEMBER i7 , 1905. Whole No. 97 Richardson County Teacher's As sociation The regular fall meeting of Die Richardson County Teach er's Association was held in Falls City , Friday evening and Saturday Nov. , 10 and 11. Friday afternoon the Dawsou High School Basket Ball Teams played the Falls City High School Basket Ball Teams. A good crowd witnessed the game. The Dawson High School Teams , 'jf The evening program was held in the Methodist Church. The room was fairly well tilled with appreciative listeners. The organ solo by Miss Etta Reich- ers , and the Falls City High School chorus were both well received. Dr. Ross of the State University lectured on the sub ject , "The Near Future of American Society. " It was a strong , interesting and instruc tive , talk , The audience was the professors class. Dr. Ross did not attempt to entertain or make fun in any way. ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 November 1905

THl FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 17 , 1905. V ABERDEEN ANGUS CATTLE SALE To be held at the Sale Pavilion in Humboldt , Nebraska on Sixty Head of Aberdeen Angus Cattle All Registered These are all choice animals , embracing the most fashionable and desirable strains. Each individual is the highest achievement of good blood and good breeding. Breeders can make no mistake in buying them. SIX HEAD OF SHETLAND PONIES ONE BAY STALLION Twenty Head of Grade Angus Cattle An offering of grade Angus cattle , each one of which will do the buyer good and will form an important feature of this big sale. ONE IMPORTED COACH STALLION Weight Sixteen Hundred Pounds This sale will be made to close out the partnership heretofore existing between H. W. Harding and Grant Parsons. Sale will be held in heated pavilion regardless of weather. Send for catalogue. Breeders are invited to inspect our herd. TERMS OF SALE-Cash : or bankable note for six months and bearing eight per cent interest GEO. BEL...

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