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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 5 January 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 5 , 1906. LOCAL LORE Chief Aldrich is again on our streets. W. W. Jcnne spent Sunday in this city. Did the bill collector call on you Tuesday ? T. LHall was down from Verdon last Friday. Claude Ramsey was up from St. Joseph last week. Una Snidow left Friday for a visit with Auburn friends. Carrie Bishop left Monday for a. few days visit in Shubert. P. S. Heacock was a business visitor in Stella last Friday. W. D. Easloy left Tuesday for Nebraska City on a business trip. Will Kanobe was down from \ Nebraska City the first of this week. J. W. White visited Hebron friends on Saturday of the past week. Mrs. L , C. Manger went to Salem on Saturday afternoon of last week. Elizabeth Brecht spent the lat ter part of last week with friends in Auburn. Mrs. Dave Davics and children visited with Auburn friends the first of the week. "WSpurlock of Salem was transacting business in town Tuesday morning. Samuel Syster and wife were B , & M. passengers ...

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 — 5 January 1906

6 THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 5 , 1906 How to Preserve Seed Corn. NotvvitltHtiindinjr nil Unit IIIIB been -uul HI tlio iinrieullnriil | ) - piTts us iiihiiiulo ifcturtTH , and by the bjii'iiki'i * mi tin1 corn npi-emle , a m > i > d ini. i.fnriiHMH will lout limit" a latno pir cent of their poa- Bible crop next your bccaiiBo they did not nuitip tlio fundamental point in thu pieoorviition of sued corn. First the corn should bo dried out as thoroughly as possible in thf open air. TliiH may l > u done , and linn b < > ( > n done in many CIIKCH , by simply Inui m it m-ora ololhen- line , wire , or polo in the open air. or by tying a do/on OIIIH to- jjother , each one by itHelf. mid luiiiu the string ayainot the side of the barn , and then I'minli iiif- the drying by moving it before auvem frost into a room in which there c.an be moic or less artiticiul heat , with tlie doora and windows open , HO that the moisture will ho cnrriud out of tlio room When cor...

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 — 5 January 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 5 , 1906. LESS EARLY-TO-RISE TALK. Coming Generations May Escape Thrall of Old Adage as It Is Loss Observed. The taiituliziug old jingle about early rising making a man healthy , wealthy and wise is responsible for more misery in the world than all the other good-behavior max ims and rules for success put to gether , and it is gratifying to ob serve that the present generation is not so complaisant in obeying the rule as the good but misguided men and women of yesterday , says the Rochester Post-Express. The early-rising fad is not much in vogue now in the cities , and tt will not be many years before the beneficent reform will take root in the country. The cause of this change , of course , is the change from early to late hours in thickly settled lo calities. The urban population occupies its evenings in pleasurable pur suits and retires at an hour that i not in harmony with the advice that was inculcated daily in th' minds of our grandmo...

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 — 5 January 1906

8 THE FALLS City TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 5 , 1906 , Dr. Ucnumont glasses January 10th. C. W. Hinton of Salcin spent Saturday at tlic county seat. Eva McDonald and little niece spent last week in Lincoln with relatives. The Burlington has issued an order that all conductors must licreafter wear frock coats to be furnished by the company. Bet ter save the money and pay taxes , Over half the butincssand pro fessional men of Kails City arc wearing glasses fitted ! > } Dr. Beaumont who comes again to Falls City January 10th. See him at the Union house. Mr K. A. Sterling represent ing the Genchec Pure Food Com pany of Le Key , N. Y. was a pleasant caller at The Tribune oflicc one day this week and be fore leaving presented the editor with two packages Jell-O Ice Cream Powder for making Ice Cream. With two packages of this preparation a { jallon of the most delicious Ice Cream can be made in 10 minutes , as every thing but the ice is contained in package and requires no cooking : , ...

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 — 12 January 1906

/J THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 12 , 1906. Whole No. i05 DAWSON Will Waller nnd family visited over SutiJiiy with Mrs. Waller's slater , Mrs. Martin Blench , at Morrlll , Kansas. II. E. Feoton left on Tuesday with tils car of household goods for Huddiun Kansas where hu will live on the farm he purchased near that city more than two years ago Mrs. I'cnton and chil dren will follow the last of the week. In losing this worthy family from our midst , Duwson lo es soinn of her best cltivwns but our loss is lladdam's { jain , andvo wlh them success in their new home. Mrs M. B. Miller and son. Mike , rttovo to Merrill , Kunas , Sunday and apent a couple of days with relatives. Frank Dempsey was a couuty seat vieltorbetween trains Thursday. Mrs. 11. E. Grinstead of Salem visit ed Dr. Waggoner and family over Sun- day. Mrs. N. Campbell of Humboldt vibltetl over the Sabbath with Me- lames Klitna and Waijpener. Mr. Ditto , who had been spending a co...

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 — 12 January 1906

i THE FALLS CLTk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 12 , 1906. 1 DOWN ON THE RIO GRANDE Contractor Tells of nn Exciting Ex perience In Crossing Stream In the , West. "To give you uii idea of what sort of a river the Hio Grande is I'll ( oil .von an experience that 1 had in got ting across it with a derrKk , " said Raymond McDou gall , a mining man from Now Mexico ice , to a Milwaukee Free Press man. " 1 was a contractor in rock \\oil , in tloHda.vs . and was tak ing n > . \ di'.rick from the cast side if tin- river to the MngdalemiH. Tin derrick was on four \\ajion wheels and four mnles were ha tiling - ing it. 1 had mfohc ! | e.-uslnn. ' nml one of them dro\e Hie mail s. Ih was an old timer , which w , ; lucky , and if 1 had trusted to m.\ 1 might have mini' mistake that would have cos. me my mules and derrick , if mil m.life. . . " \\'e reached the Kio ( Irande ai hour before sundown and I saw a wide river lied , lint no water only dry sand from one lunik to the other. It was a new k...

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 — 12 January 1906

I ! THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 12 , 1906. The Falls City Roller Mills Does a general milling business , and manufactures the following brands of flour SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN The above brands are gunranteed to be of the highest pos sible quality. We also manufacture all mill products and Conduct a general Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business and solicit a share of your patronage P. S. Heacock & Son , Falls City , Neb. Of > C - FARMERS - Why Not Buy Your Wife one of These Cream Seperators i. AT Werner ; Mosiman Company's i > i . v. Just the trjing they ne'ed , it will please them and will make them money. Remember we have the only cream separator on the market that runs easy , any child can oper ate it and for quick and clo e skimming ' it cannot be beat. Our prices on them are right. We have bought a lot of them for spot cash , and we will sell them at a close price. Call'and see them. ' Remember we carry a big line of Buggies , Surries , Wagons , in stock ...

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 — 12 January 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 12 , 1906 V nry C. Smith $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual ! nter = est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , Cheap homes in NDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered as second-class matter as Kails City , Nebraska , i > est office , Janu ary 12 , l'XI4 , uiuler the Act of Congest of March 3 , 1879. Published every I'riday at Kails City , Nebraska , by The Tribune rubllihinrt Company One year Six ii'onths MJ Three months -3a TELEPHONE 226. NATURAL GAS. The pipe lines from the Kansas ; as fields are soon to fret as close to us as Atchison. Natural tfas is the cheapest fuel and litfht known. A Kansas City paper last week stated that the homes in Kansas City , Kans. , were heated and lighted for an average of S2.80 a month , less than 10 cents a day. Natural gas as a fuel is a great encouragement to manufactures as it decreases one of the chief items of expense. The town...

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 — 12 January 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 12 , 1906. LOCAL LORE Robert Kanaly spent Monday evening in Rnlo. Anthony Nesladek went to Rule Monda ; evening. . Chas Atwood returned to Hum- bpldt Friday afternoon. H. C. Smith wasi a busincs visitor f itor in Dawson last Friday. Dr. , O. II. Kent made a' ' busi ness trip to Verdon Tuesday. C. A. 'Stein of Lincoln spent Sunday with Falls Citj * friends' ' Harry Messier came down from Hmnbpldt the first of the week. Rue Gates left Sunday for a few days visit with Nelle Weaver of Verdon. P. S. Heacock was a D. & M- passenger for Kansas Citv Sun day morning. Neile Weaver of Verdon spent Saturday and Sunday tlie guest of Elva Sears. Dowtv Watson of Reserve , Kansas spent Saturday with Falls City friends. Ernest Obenlan ; ' left Saturday for a brief visit at his home in Clay Center , Kan. Hal Norris of Chicago spent a portion of this week with his parents in this city. O , A. Cooper passed through this city Sunday morning on his way to Kan...

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 — 12 January 1906

, THIS FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. 1906 li Railroad Taxes. Uoth Wliitaltci and the News say there was no politics in the anti-railroad ngittitiuti ; as the democratic leaders took in a. few s'imon pure republicans on the ground lloor. l 'or all there as sertions to the contrary it is evident to "many that demo- o'ratic political 'advantage was t\ie \ real motive. It was natural that republicans should be at tfie meeting as theyaredeeply interested' iiitiaUing the rail roads come lo time , and for a long time have been trying lo purge their party of rail rbad domination. At the last'repub lican slate convention the rail roud forces were routed and straight out anti-railroad men were nominated for Supreme Judge , Regents and U. S. Sena tor. There was put so strong an anti-pass resolution in the platform that the Governor and otherstateoilicialsatonce threw uj ) their rail road passes , and hereafter the e nominated by the republicans for the legisla ture and state oflices ,...

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 — 12 January 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 12 , 1906. FARM LIFE FOR ITALIANS. Baron Planches Advisee Hie Country men to Leave Cities and Take Up Flow. Barou Edmondo Mayer Dea Planches , ambassador from Italy to the United States , who is mak ing a tour of the southern states , stopped in St. Louis a few days ' ago , and in the course of an ad dress advised the Italians who come to this country to take up farming. "The Italian immigrant , fresh from the shores of Italy , gets into New York first , because nearly all the ships enter at that port. ' ' said Uai-on des Planches , "lie is lined ucated , usually , and has but little money after he has paid his passage. He begins work imme diately , and takes up anything his hands find to do. Sometimes ho gets to blacking boots or push ing a banana cart. The pay is small and ho has little opportu nity of improving his mind. His children are brought up in the streets , and they follow in their father's footsteps. Occasionally an Italian will...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 12 January 1906

H.jr-M < 3r. TWCCAI t c TmmiNl-V PPIHAY. HRCEMBEP 12. HE SOWED THE HOLY SEED Bible Used ns Wrapping Paper Proves I Interesting and Many Cnlls Are Mndc for It In Armenia the distribution of the Bible b.v missionaries is espe- j | oinllv difficult. Yet ( he book is ' eagerly reiul by the natives when it fulls into their hands , as may be gathered from this story , told b.v one of the Bible men , says Everybody's Magazine. A copy of the Bible wns given to a patient in the American hospital , and by bim carried to his home in a vil lage. Here an Armenian priest took it from the man , and , having torn it to pieces , threw it into the street. A grocer picked it up and took it to his shop , where ho began to use it as wrapping paper. J3o for a time olives , cheese , candles and other things sent forth from that store were wrapped in pages upon which were printed the "Words of Life. " In this way the Bible was scat tered about through the village , ami was rend by many whose in terest w...

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 — 19 January 1906

" ' 'A j t r THE FALLS GITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 19 , 1906. Whole No. i06 The Burlington Railroad has Filed Notice of Appeal in the Tax Case. Who Pays the Taxes ? Supervisors Meeting. The board of Supervisors ha < a very busy .session last weel and transacted the following bus iness affairs : After the election of chairmai and organisation of the severa committees , the o'fiicial bonds o sixteen were approved. Zoelle then offered resolutions compris ing an estimate of expenses foi yc ; r 1'JOO. General fund including1 care o poor , $35,000. County roads a n d bridges $25.000. Soldiers' relief , Si,000. Labor tax , $10,000. Janitorship was awarded to G II. Rucggc at S40 per month. an < contract drawn for same. Falls City News was designat ed as paper to print proceeding of board at three cents per line the same to appear in the Hum boldt Standard. Assessment o property of S D. Creed whicl was assessed to J. R. Freel wa changed to proper par...

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 — 19 January 1906

THE FALLS Cltv TRIWJNH , FRIDAY , DECEMBER JO , J900 , FEAR FOR THEIR TREASURE How the Millions In Qold Stored in English Banks Arc Guarded. Officials of tlio Bank of England arc saitl to bo worried for tlio Biifel.v of tlio hoards of wealth stored in tholr strong boxes. The bank station of tlio now underground - ground railway in London is closet to toll \anlts of the world's grcnl- csl institution of llnanoc. At a recent meeting of the ban ) ; dim1- tors it was suggested that some bin\c but wicked iiorson mighl set oil a quantity of explosive in the bank station , wrecking ( ho foundations of the stately build Ings above and sending the bar" of bullion and streams of gold leaking out to the station plat form. The feasibility of I hi. * schonio has boon conceded by th- bank governor. It is llguiod , however , that the "tube , " as lit- ' umlergionnd railway is culled , 1 ° a little too deep at this point. T > reach the bullion vaults of the bank the conspirators wouUl him to dri...

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 — 19 January 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 19 , i9)6. ( ) .J The Falls City Roller Mills Docs a general milling business , and manufactures the following brands of flour o SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN The above brands are gunrantccd to be of the highest pos sible quality. We also manufacture all mill products and \ conduct a general Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business o and solicit a share of your patronage | P. S. Heacock & Son , Falls City , Neb. THE JUST THE THING You need it. It is the easiect running- machine oil the market and we can save you money. Don't fail to see them. We have just received a car of MOON BROS. BUGSIES We are crowded for room and for the next sixty days , make you a very close price on buggies and surries. We also carry a big stock of Keys Bros , buggies and surries. We have the biggest and best lines to select from. Don't fail to see them and get our prices. We also carry a big line of pumps , tanks , windmills and gas engines in stock and can save you money...

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 — 19 January 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 19 , 1906 V- Henry C. Smith $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Inter est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , Cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE matter as Kutcrcd ns second-clans Kails City , Nebraska , post odlce , Janu ary 12 , 1904 , under llic Act of Confront of March 3 , 1879. Published every Krid.iy at Palls City , Nebraska , by The Tribune PiiblUliinrf Company One year. . . - Sl.K ( ) Six months . . . .60 Three months - - .35 TELEPHONE 226. THE TAX CASES. Judge Munger decided the tax cases against the railroads last Saturday and in favor of the pee ple. This means that the rail roads will not only have to pay their taxes hut a good round sum in interest as well. This is a consnination devoutly hoped , and its realisation is a source of thankfulness to the people who have felt the need of funds be cause of the conduct of the Bur lington and Unio...

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 — 19 January 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 19 , 1906. LOCAL LORE. John Crook left Monday for Kansas City. Frank Blakency went to Dawson - son last Saturday. Walter Staver visited his moth er at Salem Sunday. , Harlow gives you evaporated peaches for 10 cents. James Reed was down from Ne braska City last Friday. Recorder Edwards was a Kan sas City visitor Sunday. Joe Morris of Humboldt was a Sunday visitor to this city. Treasurer Lord spent Sunday with his family in Salem. John Wiltse was a business vis itor in Humboldt last Friday. Mrs. Hyatt came up from White Cloud last Monday afternoon. Harlow gives you 3 pounds fine evaporated prunes for 25 cents George Sinclair of Preston spent Friday with friends here. Sallie Schocnlicit was the guest of Stella friends on Friday and Saturday. Walter Banks of Preston was a business visitor here the ilrst of the week. John O. Cornell of Council Bluffs , Iowa , spent Sunday in this city. Mrs. P. S. Ileacock returned Monday from a visit with friend...

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 — 19 January 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 19 , 1906 Press Notes. The Rev. T A. Lintlenniu-ye ami wife , who mine soon to Fall : City , where Mr. Uiiulonmeycr ha ; accepted a call to the pnlorat < of the First Christian church wortiiven a farewell rcceptioi at the home of Postmaster am Mrs J. F. Griffith in 1'awne City on Tuesday evening. i company of almost "half a him drcd > verc present to pay the ! respects to the departing paste and his wife , and all enjoyed verpKnant evening. 1'unc and waters wore served. Mt Ltiidennieycr was presented 'a elegant oak library table , and hi wife was the recipient of a lid membership in the C.V. . 13. M by the ladies of the 1fcal auxil iary.Pawnee Cliief. An exchange tells of a ma who always paid for his paper year in advance. As a reward h was never sick in his life an never had corn on his toes , o toothache ; his potatoes never rot the frost never catches his cron * his babies never cry at night ; hi wife never scolds , and he ha succee...

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 — 19 January 1906

THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DIHCI MBI R i9 , 1906. , 7 ANTS BUILD GOOD ROADS. They Are as Smooth as If Cemented from End to End Greatest Constructors on Earth. The greatest road builders in the world ni'o a species of red suits found in South America. In build ing a road they carry minute par ticles of clay , with which they line all the roads us well as the guller ies and passages of their nests till they look as smooth as if cemented by a master mason. Some idea of their number can be formed when it is remembered that the whole of this road to their tree , perhaps nearly half a mile long , is donsch thronged with a multitude going out empty and coming back with their umbrellulike burdens , while thousands upon thousands swarm in the doomed tree. That this vast army is under the best discipline can be proved bj v watching them only 11 few mo 1 ments. The drivers are constantly I ly running up and down giving' ' their orders to the workers , which they do by touching heads for...

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 — 19 January 1906

THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 19 , 1906. STELLA. Ncttloand Florence Wheeler and Jonottc Wollor aw Hen Hnr in Lin coln this week. A car of horses was shipped from this place to Kansas City Saturday Earnest Day of Llncon was In Stella n few days lint week. Ilulh Clurk U homo from St Joseph where she hnd been to have u silent surgical opcrutlon performed. Clyde HasUlns was In Omaha u few days' the ilrit of the week. Mrs Sao DiKiil of llowo will open u millinery store In Stellu soon In the Clark building on thouast uldo of Main etriet l-Viink Ilar'ord ' , who lives north of town , Uuttcndlnc the Lincoln Bust- i t-s col logo. Icu Wuller ofVoBt Point' Nub , IB spondlnir the week with .hK parents hero Don U nwiiiiuer of a lumber yard at West Point. Uuy Vader is homo from Jewell county , Kansas whoru ho hiti been working ( lnon last fall , Althca Chunoy has ( jono to Indiana where who will pund the winter with relative * * . Mrs. Hank McMullon returned from Lincoln Saturday wh...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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