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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 May 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 4 , 1906 When To Plant Corn. Men's opinions vary , some xvh.it , as to the proper lime to plant corn. Some begin as rarh as tlu iO of April , it the J tli < ' weather is at all permiss- ib'r , while other * may be found planting as late us June. Of course , eillier extreme Is not The season has a great deal to do with the proper time to planl. Whenever the days be- tome warm and the nights are > iot too cool Ihis kind of weath er-remain * for a considerable time , then it is time to plant. The ground must b e warm i nougli long enough to encour age immediate germination and s-peody growth. We think that stunted corn is a * bad as a s.tnnted pig or calf or colt. Stunted corn is that which is planted beiore the ground is warm , ft lies in a semi-coma , tose state , germinates slowly , and finally sends forth a weak stalk. To this spindling stalk the warmth of the day just about equalix.es the cool of the night , and little growth is made. Hu...

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 — 4 May 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 4 , 1906. Ho observed . 'ler strolling toward tliom. "I shall be staying with Aunt Cor nelia o few days after to-morrow. " Shepler came ui > . "And 1 shall be leaving to-morrow , Miss Milbrcy. " "Ah. Bines , glad to see you ! " The accepted lover looked Miss Mill - l > rey over with rather a complacent air with the nnrufllcd confidence of assured possession. I'erclval fancied I here was a look almost of regret In the girl's eyes. "I'm afraid , " said Shepler. "your aunt doesn't want to be kept waiting. And she's already in a fever for icar you won't prefer the necklace she In- Hlsts you ought to prefer. " ' "Tell Aunt Cornelia , please , that I shall he along in just a moment. " "She's quite impatient , you know , " urged Shepler. Pcrclvnl extended his hand. "Good-by. Miss Mllbrey. Don't let me detain you. Sorry I shall not see you again. " She gave him her hand uncertainly , an if she had still something to say , but could find no words f...

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 — 4 May 1906

8 THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 4 , I906. Henry C. Smith $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest = . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining ; counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. VERDON. The YI'SCK of tlii' Christian church RIIVU u hiuh ehifcs entertain ment ut halls opera house on Saturday evening The not proceeds wore 827. The small elillil of Mr. and Mrs. Dlllu Is quite sick. Mrs. Hrueo Nedrow Is reported as improving. H.F. Veneh .V son shipped two ctira of hogs to Kansas City Monday night. Mrs. Geo. Lum was a Falls City vis itor Thursday. Dr. Houston of Falls City made a professional cull heru Sunday. Orlando Veal and wife visited at thu homo of her uncle , .1. F. Cornell on Sunday. Mr. Cornell Is reported no bottcr. Gco. I'oulo and wife , aeeompanled by Mrs. Frank Dietrich , visited friends In the country last Sunday. Mre. Lou Helneman , whoso sister went to St. Louis to undergo an opera tion , re...

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 — 11 May 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MAY n , 1906. Whole No. 122 Death Record. It is not always that the passing away of one individual casts a cloud of sorrow , enclos ing nearly all the community as is in the demise of Warren Clark Schaible. A young man just viewing the opening grandeur and bright , ness of earth's possibilities not knowing the full noonday of life's ever varying field of action , called to have his life's star melt into the effulgence oi a perfect day , just across the Border Land. We see the pass ing brightness of young and helpful manhood growing dim , but who may say , "Stay Thy hand/ ' Thus shall the sorrowing ones remember , not forgetting the loved ones gone before , but cherishing the memory of one whom it was their privilege to know and love for twenty-one years. Warren Clark Schaible , son of M. J. Schaible and wife , was born in Falls City , Neb. , Dec. 10 , 188-1 , and died Saturday , May 5 , 1900. aged 21 years , -I months...

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 — 11 May 1906

PHE FALLS CIT * ' TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. MAY n. 1906. LISTEN ! $ Mrs , .Majorie Russell , the talented editor of The iCurtli , the tiia axinc publish ed by the Colonisation ncpnrtntcnl of the Santa I'e Railway , recently made a triji ' through the Arkansas Valley. She was greatly surprised and wonderfully impress ed with tlie present eonditions and splendid outlook for the future and has written the following article which will appear in a new addition of a Kansas booklet the Sante Ft1 is getting out : The climate of the Arkansas Valley of Kansas equals that of "Sunny Cole rado" its blue sky days are just as many. Winter plowing is possible throughout the greater portion of the season which is uniformly mild and open. The springs and autumns are particularly delightful , the summers pleasant , the nights cool and refreshing. The question of rainfall is no longer a bugaboo , widespread cultivation of the .soil has had its effect up on the climate in this respect not less than it has had up...

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 — 11 May 1906

Trie HALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 11 , 1906 1 The Falls City Roller Mills ; Docs a general milling business , and manufactures the 5 of flour { following brands IO I SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN O The above brands are gunrantccd to be of the highest pos In sible quality. We also manufacture all mill products and conduct a general n Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business ei and solicit a share of your patronage 0O P. S. Heacock & Son , Falls City , Neb. Cl -X S Jvist TKiivk of it ! Those fine Top Buggies or Sun = ries , at Werner , Mosiman & Co. I We carry the largest nnd best line ot' Buggies west ± of the Missouri river Then why send n\vny for a Uig when you ean buy ( hem just as cheap nt home nnd see juat what you are buying. Just think of it , our prices range from $ lft up , and if yon will look through our stock , yon will buy of HB Did yon see that DAISY QUEEN Crenm Soperntor for $55 ? Lt is a DAISY. Why not buy one of us and not send your money away from home , nt the ...

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 — 11 May 1906

1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY n , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TKIBUNI Entered us .second-class matter ,1 Knlls City , Nebraska , i > est office , Jam : nrv 12 , 1W4 , under Uie Act of > f March 3 , 187 < > . Published every I'riday at Kails l' Nebraska , bv TKr Tribune I'uhllshinri Company One year . . . . . Sl.fJ.ft JM.X nt'jiiths .ft Three mouths . .3 TELEPHONE 2.2.Q. WHAT WO NEED A band concert every Saturday A good base ball team. A canning factory. A little less of the lid- A little more brotherly love. A Fourth of July celebration Good Roads. More good roads. More boosters , less knockers. The division. Pretty lawns. CMcan alleys. Hettcr sidewalks. An ambition to make the towi a greater Falls City and a unitei effort to attain the ambition. The tish are ripe. The Tribune had a couple o columns a few week ago on th opportunity of the young man c today. We were gratified to sc it reproduced in last Sunday' ' St. Louis Globe Democrat cretl ited to a Springfield , Mo...

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 — 11 May 1906

FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY II , 1906 LOCAL LORE 15at Sowles' candy. Falls City's lid seems to be on straight. Sheriff Fenton was in Uawson last Friday. Kflie Stephens of Verdon was a Friday visitor here. Reading the Tribune is a fine habit. Get the habit. A team of horses for sale , in quire at Heck's feed Store. Time to give the grass a hair cut. Get the lawn mower out. George Hall returned on Mon day from a short visit at Verdon. Father Bex spent Monday afternoon the guest of friends in Dawson. Prof. Oliver was a B. & M. Uiissenger for Salem on Friday of the past week. Falls City chorus : How dry we are , how dry we are , nobody Irnows how dry we are. Grace Lyford and Kdna Crook attended the Held meet in Hum boldt Saturday afternoon. ' F.1J. . Page , the genial liver-- jnan of Dawson was among the I'Viday ' visitors in our city. LOST An emerald ting contain ing three sets. Finder return to this office and receive reward. A Falls City man is so fat that lie looks like a ...

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 — 11 May 1906

6 TUB FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY n , 1906 Needs no Warnlnp. Kulo , Neb. , May T , 'on. Kails City Tribune. U.xttU- raising in l > ald\\in county , Ala. H is the common thought of Morllu'rn people that nothing imt indifferent grade ufcnttlu can mi r.iisod in the south , because many cattle shippers from the north have seen so many native cattle from the sontli in the stock yards in Kansas City , St. Joe or St. Louis , and they think no other cattle can be raised in the south. Men who have never seen any of the southern states , and who have seen some of the native stock of Alabama , will turn up their noses with a con temptuous sneer , if they do not openly scotl'at the possibility of raising anything but vegetable , or possibly , to put it a little more politely , luxurious in its glorious sunshine in the winter time , and warn the people to keep away from the south. It is true that in some sections where it is too hot and the Hies or the venomous serpents are so b.id that...

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 — 11 May 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 11 , 1906. THE SPENDERS A TALE OF THE THIRD GENERATION By HARRY LEON WILSON 9 i -JU : 'I Copyright , by Lolhtop 1'nbllihinf : Company , with the traditions , and brave HIP scandal of going to him In that com mon way. With all I felt for him I should have been more than satisfied. Hut 1 came In time to see that he was not as earnest as I had been. He wasn't capable of feeling what 1 felt. Ho was more cowardly than I or rather , I was more reckless than he. t suspected it a long time ; 1 became convinced of it a ypar ago and a little over. He became hateful to me. 1 had wasted my love. Then he became funny , nut yon see I am not alto gether what you believed me. Wait a lilt , longer , please. "Then 1 gave up. almost and later , I gave up entirely. And when my brother was about to marry that worn- nn. and Mr. Shepler asked me to marry him , I consented. It seemed an easy way to end it all. I'd quit fondling Ideals. And you had told me I must ilo an...

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 — 11 May 1906

8 THE FALLS C1T/ TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY n , 1906. J25I3 $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest = G. Smith Henry . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. KULO. Will DUVH luitiiki'ii nf Hi" lunch room for L. K. Lends. . ] . \V. Miinn of Itushbottoms was it business visitor In Knlo Moniliiy. M.C. Hull of J. H. Lynda KrmUnu camp win transucllnir business In Kulo Tuesday. Dave Joiulrow tlojmrtcd for the northwest , Tuesday noon. .Ins. Tangnoy .Ir. has resigned from the UurlliiRtoii HrldRo department mid hits taken it position with the ele vator company. Judge Davis has a fine piece of al falfa and harvested about half already. K. Thomas' of St. Joseph was trans acting business In this city Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Ualer from down near the Noinaha wits shopping in Hulo Tues day. Charlie and Klmer MeWain have organized a bachelors hull on the Scott farm near the Noinahit , where they wil...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 May 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. _ _ _ _ _ . \ ! & . Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MA\'j ; / , 1906. Whole No. 123 Dynamo in Use. The dvnamo at thq Hcacock & Son mill which has been undergoing has been re-install- going repairs - - , cd and is giving perfect satis- ; faction. * -d * Ice Plant Sold. , The mortgage sale of the ice plant scheduled to take place last Saturday did not materialize- Oif Mr. George Ilinton through his attorneys was intending to stop the sale and commence an action ' ' for damages for breach of con tract when the holders of the mortgage made offer of settle ment which , after some negotia I tion was accepted. Coiisequent- Iv Mr. Iliuton made a bill of sale to the company for the entire plant and the sale was not had under the mortgage. Bode & Sons Assign. The various creditors of E. Bode & Sons held a meeting in Falls City last Saturday to de vise ways and means looking to the collection of their accounts. We are informed that the lia bili...

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 — 18 May 1906

THE FALLS CIT TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 18 , 1906. .t.j.t.j.j. ; . ; . ; > ; ; . : , : . ; . ; : < : . ; > ; . ? . ; > . - . ; . ; . > ; . . ; * : < ; . - I ITTEITIII We are advised by the field inspector of the Sugar Company under date of April 23 , that 4ooo acres have been planted to beets and that 3ooo more acres will be in within two weeks. This insures a successful season for the factory , and meane a second factory , at Deerfield , for next year's * > crop. Think about these things. If you fully realize what it all means , you will not wait longer , but "get in the band wagon. " The Pontiac III. , Sentinel has this to say regarding the Crop Outlook in Western Kansas. . T. E. Cirady , .John Young and George F. Kuapp returned Monday morning from Garden City , Kns.iind report having had to spend last Thurs day in the private car of Biiuo & Co. . at Deeriield , on account of a heavy rain falling all day and part of two nights , which thoroughly soaked the en...

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 — 18 May 1906

" - .KPT- i ric FALlci I'Y FK1UAY , MAV f& , 101)6" M M I I I I I I I I U I I i I I I i t I I > M Hi I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I DON'T BE DECEIVED ! The new catalogue of Mongtomery-Ward relates a visit made by their representative to my store and the purchase he made. This catalogue says he paid $3.50 for a wool robe that they will sell for $3. The wool robe I sold him was made by the Northern Woolen Mills of Cleveland , Ohio. Montgomery-Ward cannot buy a single robe of this concern , and they haven't a wool robe in their establishment like the one I sold him. They make prices on certain goods in their catalogue which I give together with my price for the same arti cles : : MONTGOMUUY.WAUIJ MPKKM : .7i"t Brush .05 $ ; } .oo Wool Kobe $ ; j.oo 1.75 Leather Net 1.50 .7f > Leather Halter .75 .15 Six Snnps .15 .45 Brush and Comb .40 $0.85 SO.dfi These are my regular prices and are not made to fit the occasion. PAUL HESSLER. Ml I I I I I I I I I I II II I i * The Falls...

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 — 18 May 1906

THR FAIJ .A CITY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. MAY 18. 1906 THE FALLS CITV TRIBUNE as second-class matter as I'nlls Clt > , Xctirnskn , post ollice , Janu ary 12 , 1W4 , under the Act of Congress of'.Marcu J , Piiblisltcd c\ei\ 1'riday at Kalis City , Nebraska , by TKr Tnlitinr I'tiblljhinil Comptvny One > car - . $1.00 Six it'onths .60 Tlnee tiiunttis .35 , TELEPHONE 226. THE SENATORIAL SITUATION ! The United St.itc-s senatorial contest is rapidly developing and embryonic candidates are being eliminated. Theie was it timcj \\hen John Webster of Omaha < was quite a factor and his boom promised to assume large proportion tion - The result of the munici pal campaign iti Omaha however , has put a damper on his chances. Webster was a supporter of Henson - son the republican candidate for Mauir of Omaha , lienton was dcle.itod and Jim Dahlman the "hlxMal" candidate on the detno- ir.itic ticket was elected. Rumor , and well defined rumor at that , has it that Uahlman and kose- w.itcr had an u...

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 — 18 May 1906

lnchALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 18 , 1906 LOCAL LORE. HJat Sowles' candy. Green bones ground Ileiser and isloshuan. R. Shelly was up from Preston Tuesday afternoon. Myrtle Kamel spent Friday with Salem friends. SP. . Gist and wife were down from Salem last Friday. W. II. Wylie was down from Nebraska City Monday. S. II. Bayne was a Monday passenger for Dawson. W. W. Chinnock of Wymore was in town last Saturday. Geo. Cleveland madca business trip to St. Joseph on Tuesday. F. J. Damon of UawsonNhas our gratitude for favors during the week. Attorney Guile of Ilttmboldt was a business visitor here last Monday. Rev. Haskins is leaving this week for Portis , Kan. , his new field of work. Zula McCool of Salem was the guest of Falls City friends the first of the week. John Stitzer has returned from a visit with his uncle. II. F. Zumbrunn at Nelson. Kate Thomas of Omaha was visiting with friends here the fore part of the week. Pearl Jones left Saturday for a brief visit with her 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 — 18 May 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 18 , 1906 PRESS NOTES. The lluinboldl Leader wrote up the following visitors from there to I he counly seat : George GuUmer , William Gergens , Mrs. Jacob Gergrns , P. P. Parker and Mamie Morris. K. C. .lames , Harry Messier , L. 0. ICd wards. Supt. T. J. Oliver , Henry C. Smith and Ktta KeiiOiers were the Kails City visitors there. According to the Bree/.e from t > the north the Barada people here last week were : Mrs. . ) . R. Dunn , Lottie Dunn , Matt Schu. lenbcrg and wife , and Diclc Williamson. Following Falls City people visited there during the week : Carrie Bishop , Mattie Thomp son and Mrs. Dr. Reneker. The Salem Sentinel mentions their Salem visitors in Kails City the past week : D. C. Sim mons , Alora Fisher , Myrtle Mendenhall , Florence Leslie , L/iIlie Crook , Mrs. Ge > . Hansel , J. T. Shrimptonand wife , Mrs. Yetler , Kd Davis and family , Andy and Myrtle Crook , V. H. Shier , Mattie Martin and Mrs. ,1 , G. Uanger. Kails C...

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 — 18 May 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 18 , 1906. PAYING OFF AT PANAMA. Handling of the Money .for the Workers - , ers on the Great Isthmian Canal. No more Interesting scenes could be Imagined than tnose hi the various camps on the Panama canal , when the great army of laborers employed by tUo United States government are paid their wages from a special train filled with money chlelly bags of $1,000 each , weighing about CO pounds. The skilled white laborers and olllco em ployes , about 2,500 In all , receive their pay once a month , amounting to about $150,000 ! , In much the same way as ordinary government clerks are paid in Washington. Of the laborers , how ever largely Jamaican negroes there arc at present 15,000 at least , and they draw about fGO.OOO a month In fortnightly payments. Ono might think that the pay clerks iu their train load of specie would feel \ uueomfortable among this army of dusky giants , especially when the train halts In some small tropical camp and great sa...

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 — 18 May 1906

THE FALLS CITi' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 18 , 1906. V $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest = C. Smith enry . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the ANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. B A\arkct Letter. isi'itv. Mo , May 14 , ' 0 ( > : Lil . . i markrting of cattle con- limuil. totaling SS.UOd for the Prices wore higher the first i i the week , applying to iiion than three fourths of the whole run for the week , but the market weakened after Wednes day i losing about steady with the close nf the previous week. More good to choice steers were in cluded last week than usual , many cattle selling at S5.40 to S5.SO. The rim today is much smaller than any recent Monday supply , only 5000 head. Chicago has a big run and a lower market but prices here are steady to strontr account of the light supply. Cows and heifers held up better last week , and made a small net gain. The packers al ways want a certain percentag...

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 — 25 May 1906

.M 11 ii 11 r * THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MAY 25 , 1906. Whole No. 124 Eighth Grade Commencement. The graduating exercises of the eighth grade will be held tonight ( Friday ) at the Gehling opera house and promises to beef of exceptional interest and pleasure. The tuusicale has been given a great deal ol at tention and promises a treat for music lovers. Part two is re plete with excellent selections and will no doubt be one of the best eighth grade commence ment exercises ever held in the Gehling. Following is the program - gram : PART 1 A itnibicalk ! by : i select chorus of ! . ' ! ( ) voices from the 3rd to the 8th grades , assisted by the Richardson quartette and grade teachers. Musical director , Prof. A. L. Richardson. I'AKT II Chorus Seventh and Eighth Grades. Presentation of Diplomas. Dr. E. K. Mathers Instrumental Duct. Ruth Rcavib and Mabel Poteet Recitation "When dc Corn Pone's Hot" "Kentucky Philosphy" Louise Rule Exercise The Garl...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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