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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 April 1904

, , , , 1 iRY 71kia3kJli1 % iR . . . . - . . . - . py µ yp April , 8 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 9 - - - - - - - A NEW LINE OF 1F t' WALL PAPER _ . . . ; HAS JUST ARRIVED - ' - , For newness of design as well as for ex- I v --'Ji. " cellence of quality this line cannot be ex- I. : " " " celled. Prices are equally attractive. . . . . WE ALSO CARRY . . . . . JOHN w. MASURY S 1 r. , . PAINTS . - . . . . ' A most superior article of guaranteed ex- " cellence. Costs no more than inferior . . _ p.aint. . Inspection solicited. 6 . , : , 'I AGENT FOR CARBOLINEUM . , A. G. WANNER I : OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE . Preston. Ed Bush drove fo Rule rfues- day. , , \ " ' - ' , Ea ! : Grant . . went to Falls City Monilay. : ' Wi11'Hossack is visiting rela- . tives iii Preston. C. FPribbeno shipped a car of cattle Thursday. . . . . Cecil Jones was visiting at Preston Saturday. John Casey drove clown from . , - " > 0 Falls City Sunday. o "t' / " L. C. Schnell of Filley , Nebr. , was in Preston Sunday. Mo...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 April 1904

10 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 8 , 1904- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Correspondence i w News of the County as Told by m Our Special Correspondents Ohio. Eph Peck shelled corn I1onlay. % ' : Mrs. Dodds . is 011 the sick Hst. Mary Dodds visited with Sadie Peck Sunday. "j l " Chas. Santo , returned from va- lwta last week. " a Born , to Frank Lichty and wife t April 1st , a girl. ' { John Pourty built a large cat- tie barn last week. P. S. Lichty and "Vm. Hunter shipped a car load of hogs last week. 11 ' T lie youngest child of W111. Neighmires died of measles l'1on- ' II day and was buried at the Ger- man church in Arago precinct. : Ohio Precinct. t Wm. Bartletts spent Sunday in Verd011. Daisy Peck visited . at G.V. . Pecks Sunday. . Jas. Stoudcr visited at Eph Pecks Sunday. Emma 1v1cCann visited with 0- . . A. Burk Sunday. ' " Samuel 1vlcCumbcr visited at O. A. Burls Sundar. 1\1rs. Wes Ncdrow visited at F. S. Lichh"s 'ruesc1ay. A. J4. Kniscly an...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 April 1904

. L April , 8 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 1'1 , - I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - . - - . - - - - - - - - - - , - - - - - - I Educational Department Conducted by County Superintendent Crocer I We have four weeks of school ! yet in Dist. No , 62. We shall have two pupils to take : the examination - - amination for common school dip- , r lon1as' . Rocktlale School - Dist. 87.- Janie Brown , teacher.-Our school i8 progressing , nicely. We have 21 scholors nrolled. We have a small library started from the proceeds of an entertainment given Christmas. The W. C. T. U. declamatory contest was held in Dawson last Friday evening. There was a large attendance and each speaker - er did well Florence Judd of the Dawson high school was awarded first honors. . Dist. 39 , Lela Patterson teach- er-Our school closed March : ! 31. . The parents and friends helped make the day pleasant by joining in a basket dinner. We had a - , real school picnic. 1.n losing the pupils gave a short 'program. : Dist No.:15-1\...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 April 1904

- - . , f - THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 8 , 1904 12 - I'T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' " - . . - - . . - , . - _ _ _ MM M _ _ _ _ M _ L SIXTH ANNUAL SPRING SALE I . i i . . ' Until April 16th ' . ' . ' : ' " . ; : : . . . . . , " . _ . - . : - ' , ' ; " = . " , , ; . . - . . " . ' ! fJ : , . . . , . . . . . ' # , ) . " " , , . . . ; . . _ ' - . : . . . . . " ' . ' _ . : " .r . , . _ . " . , , . . " " . " . . - , : : ' . ' \ # i rl I ' i . Have you read our circular announcing this sale If not you are missing the most important business document of the season. . j In it you will find enumerated money saving bargains in nearly I ; every line of Dry Goods , Ready f Lade Garments , Carpets , and Gro = + ceries. If you have a want during this sale you can supply it at a i ; 1 decided saving. . Our regular prices are as low as the lowest The ' Special Prices and Discounts being now made -are just so much tJ ! ] Cash saved to you. . , . . Don't come in and ask about these bargains on...

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 — 15 April 1904

. , , . . - . . . . ' , , . , I . ' , . " , " e < " I. . . , . ' IIci " " , . , ' 5' . " ' ; _ _ _ _ - - ' . _ , ' VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 15 , 1904. NUMBER IS' _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ n _ _ _ _ \ "LOCAL AND PERSONAL. , " Harry Jenne is spending the : week at home L. J. Varvel of Rule was in . town Tuesday. , . " Dr. VanOsdel of Barada was \ in town Tuesday. . IngraIn Cain came down from ; Stella V4 ednesday . Nellie Goolsby was down from , Verdon . Thursday. J P. S. Heacock went to Kansas i , , . . City on business Monday. G. E. Hall made a business . trip to Verdon eclnesday. Carrie Boyd of Rule was a Falls City visitor 1'uesday. : , M A. Frank and wife were down ' , from Verdon Tuesday. Irs. Hoops came down from , Verdon on business Tuesday. John Hoover drove down from r Shubert on business Tuesday. . . "Cap" Evans was down from Stella on business ednesday. A. Neitzel made a business , trip to Highla...

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 — 15 April 1904

' 1'1 ! IE ( FALLS CITY TRI11UXr I : April 15 , 1904 :2 : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ .L _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ - - - - - - - - - a Correspondence News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents Preston. Julia Cronin went to Rule Fri- ; days Anna Bush went to Rule Sun- day. , Mrs.CrofI Weddle is on the sick t list. .Peter Bolz lost a valuable horse ' Sunday. . , H. P. Riegcrs children have the measles. Grace Cronin of Rule was in town tfucsday. 4 Harry Tucker was down from Wymore Sunday. Bill Williams came over from Portescue Sunday Ted Hoppe and wife drove to Falls City Sunday. Will Anderson is quite sick at the Margrave ranch. Bert Harpster was in Falls City Tuesday night. John Casey and Emma Grant were in town Sunl flY. Ida Pribbeno is working in her Ii f lthers store at Preston. . Mrs ; Joe Rise and Grandma r Bush arc on the sick list. _ q . ' " . : &Irs. Wilson returned to Pres- ton Sunday from \Vymore. . . G. C. Shelly and Gus Kaiser . ? , vent ...

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 — 15 April 1904

April , 15 1904 THE _ FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . 3 ' - - - - , LOCAL AND PERSONAL. . J. H. Miles returned yesterday from Los Angeles , Ca1. / Coupe & Thornton handle noth- ing but the best of meats. I New goods received every week ; ' J at the Bon Ton millinery store : . , ' G. W. Marsh : , secretary of state , came clown from Lincoln . . last night , 1 : , The swellest hat at the lowest , prices can be bought at the Bon ' Ton millinery store. 1 t. Mina Alexander . entertained the young ladies kensington c1u on Wednesday afternoon. : For sale-Complete printing , outfit fur newspaper and job work Address box 136 , Falls City. . R. S. Coupe was called to this city from Rule yesterday by the . illness of his brother Elmer. . Elmer Coupe is critically in at the home of Ferd Harlow. His , condition is extremely serious. . The young mens dancing club gave a very pleasant dance at , Ryans hall Saturday evening. For sale cheap-New typewriter - er and New Home sewing ma- 1 chine. . Address b...

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 — 15 April 1904

- ' _ ' _ - ' _ - - - . . _ " . _ _ _ . .h _ _ _ _ . . _ . . _ _ . - - " ' " - - ; : . . . . . . - - ' " " ' - - - - - = - I ' 4 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 151 1904 I - - - - - - . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE t. PUblisliectEvery Friday at i FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA. 1 , ' " By ' ; ROSS & RAY 7 IGntcrcd as secon -class matter , Janu- ary 12 , 19Q4at the post oflice at 1 ! + al1s P City , Neb. , under the Act of Congress of March 3 , 1879. j ONE \ DOLLAR PER YEAR Telephone No. 226. REPUBLICAN TICKET. r , For Congress : . Ia14 l\mR J. BURKU'.r'r , Lincoln .1 For Members of the Legislature. co : R. E. GRINs'.rItAn , Salem - GUORGn SMITH , Dawson 'V. H. HOGRIWIt , Stella " ' " j 1ror County Attorney. : . W. H. MORHow , Shubcrt " REVENGE A. T-4. Bixby , the philosopher the Nebraska State Journal asked his readers this question : After you have obtained revenge , how much better do you eel ? " It is a very pertinent question and one that few , if any of us , have ever ' asked oursel vrs. Per...

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 — 15 April 1904

. . . . . . . , . . . _ unrohMr. gea + l lhWliMpl , , , , , , , „ loa asfu& . arwx ts + c trw uweMrlmmuK + } , r . April , IS 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 5 . ' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - . Educational Deparimeni Conducted by County Superintendent CrocJc..er \r . The fo1lowing letter from Chancellor - cel10r Andrews of the state uni- versity should interest many I young men in Richardson county. : . "We shall consider it a favor if you win can to the attention of the young men under your charge he exceptional opportunities of- . fered at the university of Nebraska - ka for instruction in various lines of mechanical work. The school of " . mechanic arts-a two years course-receives students from the district school , the only requirement - quirement for entrance being that . the applicant have a knowledge of arithmetic and English gram- mar , and that he be over sixteen years of age. 1n this school instruction - . struction is given in mathemati...

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 — 15 April 1904

' ' 6 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . . . . . April 151 1904 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - - n , ; fi Little of i R \ State 'P ill/cs lu 'I ' " The state convention to bc held next month presents wheels within - in wheels. The nominations win ' ' probably be made without acri- t ' mon ) ' or contention. The nearer J. k - T the 1 convention ' approaches the , If ' : more simple the work to be ac- : 1 : : complished appears. Stilt , this J' very simplicity may bc but a veneer - ' \ neer which covers serious labors : s. } to be performed and portentious J results to be accomplished. ' 1 , l. . M" Goyernor : Mickey wilt , in alt 1' , probability , be .fe-nominated. Judge Robertson who was being groomed for governor by the Elk- . - . horn railroad has withdrawn. 'V. ' H. Harrison the favorite played . by the Union Pacific is also out , leaving Governor : Mickey and .the Burlington in the undisputed pos- session ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 April 1904

.YrwM/ u . . . . . . -.e. . .I April , 15 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 7 1 - - - - - - - - . - ' . I FACTS AND FANCiES. . - ' ' . : ' BY ALLAN D. MAY. . . ' ; ; , ' , , . tt' L'V : c never heard of a man com- " , ; , nlittillg suicide by burying him- ; ; : ' : " self alivc. ! _ _ i : ' M . , , Honcstly now , which would I' ' --iirr- . , you rather beat to death. a book "r- agent or an asscsor ? " - . Some people try to make a col- . , I , . , lcgc graduate impression with an < .j : , ' , ' eighth grade cducation. , , ; , , , . , ' : - : " ' ' . , : : ' . ; . \ ; -1 < " 'J. ; : " " 11'e suppose you know by tIns " ; : , time whether or not you have , . . ; ' , I , any relatives living in St Louis. 1 , j. , . , . > . \ . . . 'f , ' : " : ' . " We suggest that Falls City ' " t , [ : , " , hold an exposition nest summer : ' : , ; ; ; ' . to celebrate thc digging of thc ( { : " Ncmaha. , , , , , : - . . . , ir - : " There arc as many people to 'IJ , , . , : ' : 'f.,4- , ' ; ; " bl...

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 — 15 April 1904

. _ . . . . . i 9 8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . April 15 , 1904 p h , Correspondence News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents Ohio. / Sam Kimmel visited his son . Ed Monday. l red Schuller visited with James Mules Sunday. - " "m. Bartlet and wife visited at O. A : Burk's Sunday. Frank Shaffer and + wife visited : L with F. S. Lichty Sunday. Andrew Ietter and wife visit- 1 ed at Wm. Hunter's Sunday. 1 The farmers are busy sowing oats in this vicinity this week. Lolo Sterns and Estie Stouder visited at James Stouder's Sun- day. ' vIrs. IIarkins of Newkirk , Ok. , is visiting with her daughter lvlrs. F. S. Lichty. ' . . , r The infant child of 'Fred Ches- ley and wife died and was buried s Sunday in the Silver Creel ceme- , tery. Barada. " : J. E. Mettz of Falls City was a business visitor here Monday. : 'Mrs. George Allen and daughter - ter were shopping here l\'londay. James Stevenson has built a new hen house on his place south of town. A. . J. Harper of Shubert was f l...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 April 1904

. . . _ . . . . . . _ _ . _ . . . . _ _ . . . , . . . . . . , . < ; . . _ _ _ _ - - - - . - - - ° rr.w.w.rw. . . . - - _ _ _ . + Mr.tM.1 + MY1lRIIe.MWIS PM1.AYf0aA.M n i.i. . I April , 15 I90 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , 9 . _ . ! _ _ _ _ _ _ Correspondence News of the County 'as Told by . 'r . Our SpeCial Correspondents s J Verdon. ' . ' ! ' * , Mrs. King is on the . sick Jist. r < Dr. Bourn's mother is still very , low. , I Jim Stewart is in Chicago this week. Irs. Frank Veach was in Falls 4 . City the first of the week. . . ; ' Clarence Houtz and Lizzie Con- over are on the sick list. . Henry Bahr of St. Joe is visit- , ' , ' jug at the home of Jess Weaver. Mrs. Dick Marsh north of town . is quite sick with spinal troubl . . - Gertrude LU111 went to Falls . , Wednesday returning Saturday. Chas. Heinzelman and wife entertained - . tertaincd at flinch 011 Wednesday - w . : . evening. - Addie Jenkins entertained a couple of friends from Humboldt # . Sunday. , Mrs. John Benedict wh...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 April 1904

- - - II .y ( . 10 THE FALLS CITY . TRIBUNE April 15. 1904 I ' . . " A' Busy Week . : " At The Court House. 'P Clerk Lorcc is getting ready to 'i ' make up thc locket for thc May : .ir - term of the district court , which a -r : h will 'meet on May 9. The locket d , j will contain a large number of ' ; : cascs. ; _ . . . _ - - . .tiIJ , ; ' - ! : The county board met Tuesday r. and the members havc' been 'very' busy ; with their official duties ever sincc. Following is a syn- opsis of the business transacted : ' In the matter of the applica- tion to widen thc road between sccs. 20 and ' 23 in Jefferson town- + ship the prayer of thc petition was denied. I A , number vf official bonds were approved. Thc appointment of Howard : Long to be deputy assessor in Falls City precinct to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of A. H. Ernst , was confirmed. On Wednesday the board took up the matter of the bridge con- tract. Bids were submitted by - - thc following : Canton Bridge Co. ' John G...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 April 1904

r 'ff , . ' . - - 1.1"- iL THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE II ; _ April _ _ _ , _ 15 _ 1904 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ n --L _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - - _ - Our Weekly Market Letter. Kansas City , 1\10. Apr l 11th , 1904-The feature of last weeks , , cattle trade was the largest pro- portion of good quality beef steers. The market fortunately was good and steady gains were made all 'wweek , , as packers seemed anxious for supplies , and there was a ( good astern demand. Top price was . $5.25 , with several sales above 5 cents. Light weight dressed beef steers sold better than other kinds , mostly at $4.25 to $4.75 , and were considered to P 30 cents higher than the previous week. The good beef cattle s , market helped the feeder trade. t Heavy feeders sold a little high- t er. Some big strings of fancy r , ' feeders vent out at $4.25 to $4.50 r but the majority of useful cattle in this line sold at $3.50 to $3.90. . .1" Best light stockers sold about . steady _ . _ . ) ' . ;...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 April 1904

12 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April ISJ 1904 . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I M MMMMMMMM - MMMMMMMMMMM M I _ _ FLOOR COVERINGS i I INGRAIN CARPETS , I No floor covering has been invented which : e1 fills the place of the standard all wool Ingrain , : r- , I. , attractive in coloring and design , clean and dur- able , they meet at a moderate cost a popular need. Our stock this season is so complete in ; its range of colors and designs that you will find in it the exact thing you desire. Prices range from 25 to 75c. : As a special offering in this department . . . partnlent until May 1st we offer one piece of s . Ii good weight , all wool , at 50c and three pieces , all wool , full standard in excellent patterns at 65c. We have several remnants from 3 to 12 . yard i $ lengths , best grades to close at 55c. f - ! LINOLEUM . i Two pieces of best makes Linoleum , two yards wide , at 50c a square yd. These goods are , & worth 60c but we have an over stock of this width Two pieces f...

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 — 22 April 1904

M + . - N 4 f' . aIls tItit ribnni . . ' , r _ . . ' ) VOLUME I - FALLS CITY NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 22 , 1904. NUMBER 16 \ . ' . . , . Boys Meet . , Death I at Heacock's E1evor Arthur Boyd , aged fourteen and Lester Kermode , aged about seven , were killed Friday evening by being smothered in a bin of shelled corn at P. S. Heacock's elevator Just how the. boys came to get into the bin , win . probably never , be known , as no- body saw : them enter the building or knew of their presence there until their dead . bodies were dis- " covered. It is supposed that they climbed up the stairs on the out- side of the building and the the- ory is advanced by some that , the , . smaller boy fell from the narrows foot-board into the bin and that . in attempting to rescue him , the ! older boy also lost his life. A f car was being loaded from this . , bin and the corn flowing from the chute created a powerful suc- tion and dragged the boys down under the grain where they were smothered to dea...

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 — 22 April 1904

w.ar4 'ir i it lNbza + m r ak.e. , nw. . . . . . . _ _ . . , . . . . . , .ns , Marv.wwcSr ° . -.a : 2 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April l 22 , 1904 _ _ _ _ I . I. II. Correspondence News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents I I ' Verdon. , Uncle Ben Wiser is 011 the sick , . list i Mrs. Berry Jones drove toFalls t , City Tuesday. Sheriff Hossack was up from . Falls City Monday. i . Sam. Otty and wife visited at ; Jess Weavers Sunday. , lrs. M. A. Veach was in Stel- la the first of the week. I ; Tomorrow Falls City win play 'basket ball with Verdon. Jess Weaver went to Ncmaha City on business 1'Ionday. John Strauss and wife visited M. A. Veach and wife Sunday. 1\1 csdamcs Lafler and Happ of Dawson visited Ed. Lafler and wife Sunday. Commencement will bc held ) in thc new opera house belonging to J. H. IIall. Ivlrs. Germain and son Perry from near Bern visited relatives here over ' Sunday. J. A. I-Icinzelman went to Au- burn , Wednesday to attend the millers association. G...

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 — 22 April 1904

I ' ! April , ' 22 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ _ ' 3 :111 : . Correspondence . News of the County tis Told by s , ' Our Special Correspondents ' Sh1:1bert. : : Will Leslie made a business trip to Falls ! City Monday i" Miss l'fleradi.th of Lincoln visited - . ed relatives here last week r. Hutchinson of Omaha was k is this city during the week. Nora Pond entertained her friend Kate Imler , Thursday. Steve Poland of Broken ' \.rrow , 1. T. is in the city this week Mesdames Reasoner mind Ken- ton were Falls City visitors \fon- . day. clay.Mrs. 1\frs. Fred Colglazier was shop- " ping in , Stella during the past ' - week. Frank and Charlie Henderson . . visited relatives in' Stella last week. Mesdames Strong and Felt had some dental work done fn Stella Friday. ' . , ' . ' . Mrs. Ranger and son of Salem . were the guests of Ch as . Lord . and family Sunday. l\frs. John Colglazier and Dale - ' Jones spent Sunday with rela- . . tives in the country. . Miss Martz and her cousin from Stell...

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 — 22 April 1904

. . . . , . . ' . . " , ; ' ' , - , , - ; , " ' " . ' . , r April , 22 1904 'TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - ' 9 - - , - _ . " ' " Our Weekly Market Letter . _ Kansas City , 1\10. , " Monday , April 18. PJ04-After the lower prices at the begining of last \ . - . week account of big runs here and elsewhere , the market revived - ed and advanced 15 or 20 cents trhursday ; and Frida y.tl'his put prices on best beef steers as good or a little better than close of previous week , but plain steers 10stlO , cents Cows and heifers sold wen every day. A load of the very best heavy cows , weigh- ing 1400 lbs. , were picied up at an average cost of $4.45 and choice heifers brought $4.45 on . 'l'hursday. Stockers and feeders . were quiet and a shade lower ex- cept best stockers , which remained - ed steady. Export bulls were . dull , but light butcher weights sold strong. Veal calves were _ . " steady at a lower range , best now bringing $5.75. Supply to- I day is 8000 head , which is not excessive ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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