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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 February 1906

TUB FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY Q , { 006 , LOCAL LORE John Ryan was up from Rule on Friday , " ' * ' " " " ' ' ' Mllll - A. J. Hart was up from Rule Wednesday. E. D. King of Shubeti was a Monday visitor here. Will Case ) ' who has been quite ill is again able to be up. Rev. II. Bex has our t hanks for favors during the week. M. W. Knapp of Netnaha was a Friday visitor in this city. B. D. Williams was up from Highland , Kas. last Monday. Virgie Mead visited with Salem relatives during the week. M. I. Hill of Shubert was talking - ing with friends here last Friday. J. W. Vaught of Stella spent Sunday with friends in this citv. Aug. Caston on Route 3 was a pleasant caller at this office last week. C. A. Watkins of Shubert was in this city the lirst of the week. N. Thomas of Hiawatha was a guest at the National the past Frida3 * . John Gilligan left Sunday evening for a five days stay in Oklahoma. A. A. Tanner and wife of Ilum- boldt spent a few days in this city this week. ...

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 — 9 February 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 9 , 1906 PKGSS NOTES. Miss Lulu Ijichly iMitoriained thirteen girls at six o'clock din ncr last Kriilay evening the event being in honor of Miss 13eula Fry of Falls City and Miss Emma Springer of Axlcll Kan- sas. A four course dinner was served in thedining room which was decorated in pink and white having graceful drapings sus pending from ceiling to chande lier Palms and cut llowers were used in profusion. Several ex cellent selections were rendered by Misses l.Manchett and Chris tine. The evening was spent most pleasantly the guests de claring Miss Lulu amostcharm- ing hostess. Those present were ; Misses Mattic Blanchett , Anna Christine , Lettie \ \ hitiner , Lydia Friend , Maudu Meyers , Maude Mclvitn , Gladys Reid , Emma Spriner , Beulah I Vye , Ivittli Yeast , Lulu and DfhMe Stover and Li/.xie Myers. Merrill - rill News. lolin llossock of Falls City , father of Mrs Ephraim Withee , was a Stella ' 5sitor several days this week. Press...

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 — 9 February 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 9 , 1906. THE SPENDERS A TALE OF THE THIRD GENERATION By HARRY LEON WILSON i i Copyright , by Lollirop Publishing Company. SYNOPSIS. T11K SPENDERS. CHAPTEU 1. Story opens with death of Daniel J. Hlnrs , millionaire mine own er nnj railtoad man , at Kalso Junction Secretary wires friends and liunt for nines' aged fattier Is begun , to acquaint htm with news. CHAPTER 2. 1'etcr IJInes Is found. Mourns son's death , CHAPTER 3.-Hlncs' family wants to live In the east , but 1'cter urges that they stay In west. 'Decide on trip through nines' properties. & She halted anil looked back. "No ; I'm afraid wo won't lose them ; como on ; you can't turn * jack now. And you don't want , to hear anything about mines ; It wouldn't be at all good for you , I'm sure. Quick , down this way , or you'll hear Pangburn telling Eomo one what a stopo Is , and think what n thing that would be to carry In your head. " "Really , a stope sounds ? like some thing that...

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 — 9 February 1906

r i * fr 8 THE FALLS CIT * TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 9 , ,1906. Henry C. Smith LANDS & LOANS PRESTON. .1 S.Mlfnn rented tlit ? Oof Wodillo farm four ami niu-hiiH miles foiithoafit of tliU city and will take possession toil iij A surprise party was given last oven- Intr In honor of KIMo Wilson. A num ber of cm-Ms woru present and all had n very peed time. .1. Slnrlalr purchased from Win. Gnetz the hoiiio on the old Flrobaujjh place. Ho If movlni : It to Preston and will place It on Ills land north of the railroad. li. Hoscilton shipped two car loads of stock to St. Joseph Sunday evening. Marie Morris and sister , Nellie , went to Uulo Saturday to visit rela tives , Wlrt Halcr came np from Hulo Sat urday. Mrs. F. Mason and son went to Mills City Monday to spend a few days with relatives. .1 II. Nelt/el returned to his work In I'latsmouth alter a few days visit with wife and children. rearlaud Dolltx Martin of Rule wore up vlBltlng their aunt , MM. O. II. Hush Saturday and return...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 February 1906

' " ' c 1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 16 , 1906. Whole No. no Society News. Miss Sttunbo was hostess to a number of friends on Wednesday evening , at her home on South McLane Street. Fred Cleveland gave a farewell dance to a number of his friends on Monday evening at the Bode hall , before his departure for Nebraska City. It was thorough ly enjoyed by those present. The Married Ladies Kensing ton was entertained on Thursday afternoon in the most charming manner by Mrs. Will Holt. These affairs are always interesting and have proven a decided social suc cess. JosieGilroy very pleasantly en tertained about eighteen of her friends on Wednesdajevening. . It was a Valentine affair and was a decided success. Refreshments added to the pleasures of the eve ning. The Shakespear Club held a very interesting meeting on Tues day afternoon with Mrs. Robert Rule as hostess. The stormy weather had no effect -on the usual good attendance nud the aftern...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 February 1906

THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 16 , 1906 , lit HOE SHE ! At my farm 1 milecastof Reserve , Kansas , Commencing at I3o I p. m. sharp on Thursdav eb. 22 1906. 72 Head Consisting of 155 head of bred sows , U. > head of shoats and 2 Hoars. 1'hebred sows consist of 1T thoroughbred Dnroc .Jerseys , 1H thoroughbred Poland Chinas , Hred to a 750 Ib boar , one of the best in the state of Kansas , and 1) ) grade gilts bred to thoroughbred boars , most of them to my big boar. The U5 head of shoats are grades and , like the 7 head of bred grade gilts are oiVnpriiig of some grade FOWB 1 bought to follow some feeding cattle a yi'ar ago , sired i > y thoroughbred boars. The shoats r nge in weight from 00 to 120 puuulB. Did 1 not need all my hog houses and lots for my thoroughbreds 1 would not sell these shoats for I" look for fat hogs to bo higher than a cat's back next June , .July and August when these pigs are ready for market. Here , you cattle feeders is your opportunity. As...

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 — 16 February 1906

THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDA , FEBRUARY 16 , 1906. 3. THE SUNNY SLOPE FARM F. A. HUIYIHEL , Prop. Breeder of U. S. Polled Durham and Shorthorn cattle. Hulls ready for ser vice of Scotch ami Crulckshank breed , Tor sale. Kural Koute No. 2. Porter Mutual Telephone 2U , Hmuboldt , Neb. Mention this paper when writing. The Falls City Roller Mills Does a. general milling business , and manufactures the following brands of flour SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN The above brands are gunrantccdto 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 a P. S. Heacock & Son , Falls City , Neb. 5oo THE DAISY JUST THE THING You need it. It is the easiect running- machine on the market and we can save you money. Don't fail to see them. We have just received a car of MOON BROS. BUGGIES We are crowded for room and for the next sixty days , make , you a very close price on buggies and ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 February 1906

I Pi I'HE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 16 , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Kntercd as sccoiul-clnss iii.ittcr as Knlls City , Nebraska , post ollicc , Janu ary 12 , t"04 , under the Act of Congrcst ' of'Mnrch 3 , 187' ' ) . Published every 1-Mday at Kails City , Nebraska , by The Tribune Piibllihinrt Company One year . . - . $ ! 00 Six ii'Diitlis . .60 Three months . 3S TELEPHONE 226. THROUGH THE YEARS. These arc winter days and the streets are deserted and the haunts of men art : silent and alone ; yet the summer cometh and Spring's warmth and gladness - ness waits without the door forGed God will remember again the world. The IP arc winter davs and the ghostly branches wave and creak in unceasing complaint at tlie north wuid and the loneliness ; yet the leaves will burst again and buds into blossoms grow. These are winter days and the river and the brooks are silent in their frozen retreats ; yet soon will the grass grow upon the banks and the water of the brooklet sing in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 February 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 16 , 1906. LOCAL LORE Call 74 when in need of a nice juicy steak , Dan Kelly ol Verdon spent Saturday here. M. J. Buries was down from Beatrice Sunday. Richard Kaiser was up from Preston Saturday. Spare ribs and tenderloin at Heiser and MoFiinan. J. W. Stoddard of Auburn spent Saturday here. Sheriff Fenton and wife were Lincoln visitors Saturday. Weldon Shively of Neinaha was a Friday visitor here. Oyster shells one dollar per hundred at Heck's feed store. C. F. Reavis returned Monday from a business trip to Omaha. Col. Leonard of Pawnee City \vasa Falls City visitor Monday. W. A. and Jas. T. Margrave were up from Reserve last Friday. Mrs. Bert Harpster has almost recovered from her recent sick ness. John Blain of Pawnee City was a business visitor here Sat urday. U. M. Savior of Merrill , Kanl , was a guest at the National on Saj-ttrday. JosGibbs of Hiawatha was a Friday visitor in this city the past week. A. L. Keedy returned to Au burn S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 February 1906

o THE FALLS CITY TRIBUiNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 16 , 1906 Wreck of the Valencia. STOK1HS01Tilt' KKSCtMM ) Up to the present writing , a total of thirty-three bodies have been recovered. The gruesome search is still going on. but the bodies last found were decom posed beyond recognition. A rigid investigation of the cause of the disaster and the reasons no aid was given by the rescuing boats to the survivors on the Valencia has been ordered by the general government. The stories of the saved of both passengers and crew differ widely ; critnination and recrimi nation are freely indulged in. Frank K. Bunker , who lost his wife and two children , referred to in my last latter , clad in his trousers , a piece of blanket cover ing his shoulders , having given his coat and shirt to those of his little party most needy gives the fol lowing interview : I was in my stateroom when the vessel struck , but I was not asleep- Monday evening t h e vessel began taking soundings. 1 felt the shock when ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 February 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 16 , 1906. P7 l."r THE SPENDERS A TALE OF THE THIRD GENERATION By HARRY LEON WILSON Copyright , by Lollirop Publishing Company. SYNOPSIS. THE Sl'HNDERS. CHAPTER 1. Story opens with death of Daniel J. Bines , millionaire mlno own er nil(1 ( railroad mnn , tit Kalso Junction. Secretary wlrus frlunds and hunt for Ulncs' aged father Is begun , to acquaint him with news. CHAPTER 2.-Pctcr Ulnes Is found. Mourns son's death. CHAPTER 3.-lIlncs' family wants to live In the east , but 1'cter urges that they stay In west. 'Uc-cIJi. un 'trip thiuugh nines' properties. V CHATTER 4. 0n trip through Ulncs' properties son of dead millionaire meets .Miss .Mllbrcy , a young lady acquaintance from New York , lie shows her through minus. Dines with her family In prlvatu car , and Is llutteied b > father and mother. CHAPTER 0. 1'erclval begins to fall In lovu with Miss Jlllbrey and Peter nines ex presses disgust at ways of easterners. CllAl'TEH G. The Ulnes ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 February 1906

THE FALLS CIT * TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 16 , 1906. V V , ' Henry G. Smith $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Inter . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this ri i and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. PRESTON. Charles Helper was in Preston last Saturday. Mrs. Mason and MIII returned homo Saturday evening. "Wm. Story and wife drove to Unit ) Sunday Jo visit relatives. Mary Tlmekcr left Friday for Paw- nco City to vls'.t her Bister. Rob Kanuly of Unlo and Joe liorn wcro In Preston yoMonlay. Mrs. Kmlly Heater and George Loin- Inger went to Rule Saturday. Frank Slinolder and Ed Bush were Falls City visitors Wednesday. Uob Swatm and Edward Hush went to Falls City Saturday on business. Leo Morris wont to Uulo Saturday to spend n few days with relatives. Frask lloppo was in town a few dnjB last week transacting business. John lloppo and wife were visiting at the homo of T. J. lloppo this week. Saturday evening a party of...

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 — 23 February 1906

f f . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY. 23 , 1906. Whole No. in Wedding Bells. Tuesday morning' at 8 o'clock in the St. Francjs church oc curred the marriage of Laura 0. ( Jehling of this city and Mathias U. IJuber of Vermillion , Kans. To the strains of a beautiful wedding march played by Mary Cichling the bride and groom , attended by Helen Diclcman and Willam Vogel , met at the altar and the solemn service began. Father Bex employed the beautiful impressive ceremony of the Catholic church. Ave Maria was rendered by Susan Gehling during the service. The altar was profusely decorated with lovely ilowers and the church was filled with the many guests. Ushers were Adam Vogel ol Kansas City and Carl Sedel- mayr of this city. After the ceremony an elegant wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's mother. The bride is youngest daugh ter of Mrs. C. Gehling and has lived in this city all her life. She is an accomplished musi cian hav...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 February 1906

THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 16 , 1906 , fcWWWWWWWW I LOOK FOR THE NAME \ Falls City Harness Co. | 1 . = 3 fc Now doing business in the 13.V. . Dixon old stand. Manufacturers of everything1 = in the Harness Line. All work guaranteed. All Harness made of oak tanned leathzS : cr with a warrantee for two years. A full line of hand made harm-.ss on hand at S = Prices that can't 13 beat in the County. We sell for Cash or Bankable note and for that reason we can save you money. We want your trade and will merit your future confidence after the first trial order. Call and see us before buying , we will treat you white. Repairing of all kinds done nc-atand prompt at reasonable prices. Carriage trimming clonr , harness oiled at ' $ i per set. Bring them in now , get ready for the spring work. Emil G. Helmer , Manager. ! | Departure of Americans. As the character of the popula tion of the United States changes by the influx of foreigners the barometer of radicalism rises. This ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 February 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 23 , 1906. 3 THE SUNNY SLOPE FARM F. A. HUmriEL , Prop. Breeder of D. S. Polled Durham and Shorthorn cattle. Hulls ready for ser vice of Scotch and Crutckshank breed , for sale. Rural Koutc No. 2. Porter Mutual Telephone 2U , Humboldt , Neb. Mention this paper when writing. The Falls City Roller Mills Docs a general milling business , and manufactures the following brands of flour SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN The above brands arc gunrantecd 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. Hcacock & Son , Falls City , Neb. THE DAISY QUEEN JUST THE THING You need it. It is the easiect running' machine on the market and we can save you money. Don't fail to see them. We have just received a car of MOON BROS. BUGGIES We are crowded for room and for the next sixty days , make you a very close price on buggies and sur...

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 — 23 February 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 23 , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Kntcred an .secoinl-class matter aa Valla City , NVliraskn , | > est office J.tiui ary 12 , 1"04 , under the Act of Congest of March 3 , 187' ) . Published every Kriclny at Kails City , Xciiraskn , by The Tribune TuMUIi'mrf Cumpivny One year Sl.OO Six M'otilhs .CO Three months .35 TELEPHONE 226. The influence of evil in high places is being combated with greater force at this time than ever before in the world's history. The oniy thing America has to fear is America- Corruption in oflice does more than rob the people of their rights , it contami nates the whole community and makes for the popularity of evil. Take Omaha for instance ; its government has been a govern ment of tliutrs ever since Frank Moorcs was first made mayor. Such men as Tom Dcnnison the notorious gambler , Vic Walker the negro politician , and I'at Crowe the kidnapper , have been the real government' The inlltt- i nee of such men has te...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 February 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 23 , 1906. LOCAL LORE Mrs. Kleber is scriouslv illl. Call 74 when in need of a nice juicy steak. Mrs. Frank Stohr left Friday for St. Joseph. Jesse Law and wife were Salem visitors this week. Jno , Kanaly of Rule was in this city Monday. Spare ribs and tenderloin at Heiser and Modman. Hugh Boyd was down from Humboldt Tuesday. Uncle John Bauer was down from Verdon Monday. X Oyster shells one dollar per hundred at Heck's feed store. W. H. Wheeler was down from Stella on business last week. V C. F. Reavis was a business i visitor in Humboldt Monday. Jas. Morris of Stella was in the city on business this week. Anthony Nesladekof Hiawatha was in the city during the week. Ed May and wife were down from Salem the first of the week. J. Shields made a business trip to Omaha the fore part of the Tveek. Walter Tanner returned Tues day from a business trip to Hum boldt. V L. A. Ryan was up from his Kansas City home during the week. Mrs. Spencer returne...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 February 1906

THIS FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 23. 1906 Now and Then. Charlie AbbtM is doing iiiceh and has been removed from the hospital to his home. * Falls City has a grand old man of 7 ( > who boats the game of sausage and buckwheat cakes for breakfast every morning. His son , with whom he lives and who makes a breakfast out of toasted crackers and grape nuts , says the old man is an ostrich. * A good story is told of a local girl whose father is a grouchy old fellow in love with the good old times and out of sorts witli everything young. The girl ha * a fellow and the old man kicked. "Why don't you marry some steady , sober man of fifty who \ * well settled , " asked the father. MI believe , " replied the girl , "that I would rather have two of twenty-live if its just the same to you. " * * The dinner by the Indie1 * of the Shakespeare club to their friends las ) Tuesday evening was as dainty and tasteful as OIK * could wish , it didn't suit the husband of one of the members h...

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 — 23 February 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 23 , 1906. THE SPENDERS A TALE OF THE THIRD GENERATION By HARRY LEON WILSON . , , . Copyright , bj Lothrop I'ubllililnc Company. SYNOPSIS. TUB SPENDERS. CHAPTEH l.-Story opens with death of Daniel J. lllni-s , millionaire mlno own er anil railroad man , at Knlso Junction. Secretary wires frteiuls antihunt for Hints' .IKeil father Is begun , to acquaint htm with 11UWB. OHAPTEH 2.-Puter nines Is found. Mourns son's death. CHAPTEH 3-Ulnus' family wants to live In the east , but 1'eter urges that they stay i In west. 'Uecldo on 'trip through nines" J I properties. i V | I CHAPTEH 4.-On trip through Ulncs , ' i ' jiropertlc's son of deait millionaire meets Allss Mllbrey , a young lady ncqunlntancc from New York. Ho shows her through mines. Dlnos with her family In prlvutu cur. a ml Is lluttcrud by father and mother. i i CHAPTEH 5. Perclvat begins to fall in love with Miss Mllbrey and Peter Ulnes ex presses disgust at ways of easterners. CHAPTEH ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 February 1906

THb F-ALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 23 , 1906 Now and Then. Charlie Abbey is doing nicely and has been removed from the hospital to his home. Falls City has a grand old man of 70 who beats the game of sausage and buckwheat cakes for breakfast every morning. His son , with whom he lives and who makes a breakfast out of toasted crackers and grape nuts , says the old man is an ostrich. * + A good story is told of a local girl whose father is a grouchy old fellow in love with the good old times and out of sorts with everything young. The girl has a fellow and the old man kicked. "Why don't you marry some steady , sober man of fifty who is well settled , " asked the father. " 1 believe , " ' replied the girl , "that I would rather have two of twenty-five if its j'ltst lite same lu you. " ' * * The dinner by the ladies of the Shakespeare club to their friends last Tuesday evening was as dainty and tasteful as one could wish , it didn't suit the husband of one of the members howeve...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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