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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 22 April 1904

. . - April , 22 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - ' 5 y / ' CE ! BEST IS NONE TO GOOD 5' . . . . . WE ARE ' r % . MIGHTYBUSY CAN HANDLE A q LITTLE MORE I. THOUGH ) We have sold more high class decorations in WALL PAPER than all combined. . WONDER WONDERWHY r WHY ? b BAXTER & CO " . " The Decorators , DROP USA CARD AND WE WILL CALL . . - I Correspondence News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents , . , t II t Catalpa Grove. Guy McDowell's family visited I . Tom Martins Sunday. ; Dan Davis and wife returued from 111inois. Sunday. t James Wisdom and wife are . . . . entertaining relatives from Mo. . . . . Chas. Conkling visited Dyke " . - Grush a couple of days last week. 4 " . " " ' . : - Mrs. John Williams is. able to . , . iw' . : : . . be out agaIn after having the . " .1 " . - , gn ppe. ' . I ; I Mis \Vm.\Vert z of Salem 'A' ' - visited her sister , : Mrs. Stewart ; . 1 . . Sunday. . I' " ' ' Dave and ' LewIs Grush . and \ I' ' ; ; families visited Henry Stitzel...

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 — 22 April 1904

6 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . , , . April 22 , 1904 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ . - - - . - - - - - LOCAL AND PERSONAL - - Eat Sowle's Candy. Go 'to the City market for bockwurst 4 5 George Culp is working for Grant Windle. Ii' . W. Samuelson went to St. Joseph Sunday. Mrs. 1'1'1. 1\1eliza. of Verdon was in town 'Monday. Byron Dunn of 'i1liamsville was in town ionday. . Coupe & trllOrnton handle noth- ing but the best of meats. A. W\ Seff has had the front of his store nicely repainted , Mrs. George Jennings went to Salem Saturday afternoon. J. V. Battrel and wife left Sun- day for a visit in St. Joseph R. K. Leyda returned Monday from a visit in Weeping 'Vater. Porter Randolph is acting as substitute carrier on rural route , No : 3. John Hermes went to Wellington - ton , Kan. , on a business trip Sat- urday. Ethel I-Iutchins returned : Monday - day from an extended visitin Cal- ifornia Mrs. May ' .Cooper of Humboldt i visit...

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 — 22 April 1904

. April 22 1904 - THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - . 7 1 FACTS AND FANCIES. BY ALLAN D. MAY. . It is all right to toot your own ' \is- \ , horn , but be sure you have prac- , tised privately : before you toot I publicly. I ! _ - ; : . The postmaster at a neighbor- ! . , - lug town . received a letter . addressed - : . - dressed to The Leading : Mer- ! chant" of that town. The post- I . ; I ' , " master was wise , for he consulted : . : " ' , . the editor of the local paper and . I ' , : ' , , . . . . learned the name of the most extensive - ' , , , ' I . tensive advertiser and delivered : ' , thc letter accordingly. . ! . ; , . , It is no longer lawful to shoots \ ' : . , ' ducks in Nebraska , but yesterday II . a maiwent ' hunting and loaded r . , . , - , - one barrel of his gun with No. 5 i - shot and the other barrel with I . buck-shot. The No. 5 shot was for the first flock of ducks he , . ' , , : saw. The buck-shot was for the " ' . ' " ' :1. : : \ . warden , if he happened a- . : game...

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 — 22 April 1904

- = . _ - ' " -r..newaw.uwNwSFi FMaH1Ma.watts.NrY 4r htL/wYWuiL'bAabs.aY.a.w9Mi9k. I : : ; : : 8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 22 , 1904 i THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Every Friday at li'ALLS CITY , NEBRASKA By ROSS & RAY entered as sccon -class matter , Janu- ary 12 , 1904at the post office at rails City , N c u. , under the Act of Congress ! of March 3 , 1879. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Telephone No. 226. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Itor Congress : Er.l\UtR J. nUlu.Jt'r ' , Lincoln. For State Senator : E. A.TTUCKIRItttnboldt. . For Members of the Lcgislatm'c. R. E. GRINSTEAD , Salem GJtOHC1t SMrrtc , Dawson W. 1-1. HOGHJWE , Stella - - For County Attomey. \V. H. MORIWW , Shubcrt - THE BIRDS. State legislatures all over the country are making laws for the protection of birds and it appears to us that such lagislation is along correct Hnes. Aside from the sentimental , there is also a practical side to the matter. Science , as well as human exper- icnce , has proven that nothing was created ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 22 April 1904

W. w . . uisls i r - „ , , , .u awtL Yq - = - = r--r 1 t - I : II 4. . . . . , It A . 4 . . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 22 , 1904 - Ii , Mr. Grinstead a.nd t > . . r. a. a . , . . 'J . ' the Drainage Question 1 [ ' , . . ' . The fate of the drainage law ' .e. . ; . which is now before the supreme .I " court is anxiously awaited by thc I - owners and renters of bottom land. ' This law which was enacted by f ; the last legislature has been held : - unconstitutional by Judge Bab- if : cock , and on appeal from Nemaha f. County , is now pending before the supreme court. i i - , There are forty thousand acres of t : ' land in this county liable to over- If flow. . For several years this r . . property has been unproductive because of the annual floods from t I Q the rivers , until the be.t of the 1 ; overflowed land can be purchased 1. K. at about twenty five dollars per acre. If Nemaha and Muddy rivers could be prevented from such overflows , there is not an acre of this land but wh...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 22 April 1904

- - - - - + - - ' - - ' a . _ _ . . . . -i. . . . . . - - , .i. " r.vu.w.habL4Nn NMhY "uKLa / ' . Fa'LUNJVLVMVC44kCLL.W1 mY'U.1 - - - . _ _ _ _ = x x _ _ , . . , _ . . . . . . 10 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 22 , 1904 I . L Educational De artmeni . Conducted by County Superintendent Crocker I . , School Dist No 2 closed April 1st. The teacher and pupils planted one dozen trees. . Prof. S. A. Chidester has been . elected principal of the Ve1'digre , Neb. , public schools for the en- suing year for $80 per month. ( Remember that the Richardson county athletic association will hold its second annual meet Sa t- . , urday , May 2 , on the fair grounds r t : at Salem , Nebr. At a recent meeting of the j Humboldt board of education Ruth C. Chambers of Table Rock was elected for the 4th grade teacher for the ensuing year. Prof. W. L. Evans has been ; , re-elected principal of the north ward school and superintendent of music in the high school at I . Wahoo , Neb. He , was given a ' * nice i...

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 — 22 April 1904

_ _ t ! - ! if"tRt ; _ . _ . -"mlil + + kkM + liwG lM W $ i tI ' -4' . ! ' _ . _ t . " ' _ " ' " _ _ _ _ _ _ - " " - - " - - ' " " - f" " - 4'1 -1 : . April , 22 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 11 L - - - ' I II I 1 0 Correspondence News of the County as Told by . . Our Special Correspondents . Dawson. Win Fenton and wife drove to . 'y- . to Table Rod Sunday . Zula l\'IcCool of Salem spent Sunday with Bess Graham. A baby boy was born t9 Mike , Riley and wife on Saturday. : Joseph W. Bittner returned home from St. Louis , Friday. . M. O'Connell is visiting his son and daughter at Spaulding , Neb. Lee Pryse and family moved into their new house this week. 1'Irs. Tim Fen ton and little soft returned to their home inV y- . more Friday . T. , P. Cummings went to St. Joe with a car load of cattle Monday night May Crawford visited her friend L . Anna Martin at Falls City the last. of the week. ' ' M. J. Byrne has a force of men .1 , at work erecting a large addition to the lumber shed. M. V....

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 — 22 April 1904

{ 12 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 22 , 1904 { 111 - - - - - _ _ _ _ i\ 11 \ U Ti I3mbroideries. , The season for making your fine muslin underwear ; ! j children's white dresses , shirt waists , &c , is now here. I : We offer our assortment of Swiss , Nainsook and Muslin - . lin Edgings , Insertions , Beadings and All Overs as .3 i equal to the best that is brought to America in value , quality and design. We cheerfully submit this stock i , to your judgment. To accompany this superb line , \re i have India Linens J , Persian Lawns , Nainsooks , Long . i ; cloths , Calnbrics and Muslins at less than regular values 4 . l1osiery. a I No article in the wear of man is tested so severely ' as fOQtwear. We are constantly seeking the stockings that will wear best. This applies not only to the American - ; ican made but. also to those qualities which must , be 1 , { brought across the water. In domestic hose we have selected the Black Cat brand as possessing in the full- I I est measure...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 29 April 1904

u - t \ - . _ t ( ltitj1 rt . nut. ' . , . , ; ' - . . . ( ' " - , . . . . ' - - . / : , , / I , " - . " VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY - , APRIL 29 , 1904. ' NUMBER 17 . . . . t- , f' " " . - ' " " Bon. i. J. Crook " : Will Be Postmaster \ I ' . I . ' . . , Upon recommendation of Congressman - I' ' gressman Burkett , the president \ .has named Hon. G. J. Crook to l \ f . . be postmaster at Falls City , and : the senate has confirmed the nom- 1 ination. The fight is over , and : a long and bitter fight it was. I ow While the rank and file of the re- t I publican party , not only of Falls t \ City but of the entire county had l stood behind Mr. Crook ever t - since 'he announced his candidacy for the Falls City postoffice , the \ 1 bolting element had used , every I means and resorted to the most 4 I , , . . , unscrupulous methods to block ( l : ! 7 ' , the appointment. The political , opponents of Mr. Crook brought I I every influence that they could \ ,1/ . . . . . command...

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 — 29 April 1904

- - - - - . . . . . - . , - . - : . ] : D.llnl1ll < _ ! _ : : : . : : : : : - . - ' : _ : _ ' - - _ - . : . . _ . _ _ _ _ _ - > . < _ . . _ _ _ . . _ _ . . _ 2 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 291 1904 - - J . - Emma Boose Tucker Writes From China. . P'angChuang , TicntsinChina , December 1903-Dcar Friends interested - terested in China-With : the noise of an annual Buddhist mass ringing loud but a few feet away we send you greeting appropriate - ate to the New Year which draws so soon , and in which we know God will bless you and yours. It is a year since we begun our work in China , and the many letters of inquiry lead us to try and give an idea of what we have been doing. Few years of our lives . have passed so quic1dy. , Let us tell you of a single day , characteristic of the rest After private devotions an early morn- , ing . round of the hospital patients is made before breakfast. We thus know : how the sick have fared during the night occasion- ally having been called ea...

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 — 29 April 1904

. t April , ' 29 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 3 II . Correspondence t \ News of the County as Told by a , " Our Special Correspondents i ' f lIb' I _ Preston. ' i - G. C. Kaiser is on the sick 1ist. ; - . Anna Bush is on the sick ist. 1 . L. ' D. McCumber is on the sick 1ist. list.W. : , W. S. Leyda was in town Fri- : day , . . Dick Kenned was in town Sat- urday. I Ed Bush drove to Falls City , . Tuesday. , . . . . . . . . ; .0. : < I Joe Glaze < drove to Falls City "Saturday. . ; Mrs. Yetta Rieger is sick with " \ the measles. _ j james Mooney drove up from \ . iR 10 . Saturday . I - i \ i , . : 3 4"Iowty went to Shubert to t visit his , parents. J i . Colon l Knickerbocker went to r I , " " . , Hiawat q aturday. . II - , ) Will Ogden of White : Cloud was in town Tuesday. ' , Quite a few from here attended - the Bill : Murphy funeral , Anna Neitzel is much improved after a two weeks sickness. Chas , McCunlber is visiting his I brother , Lou , at this place. I Stella. Butrich o...

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 — 29 April 1904

rr. . . . . . . : R. . . . - - - , _ . _ _ . . . 2 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 29 , 1904 , LOCAL AND PERSONAL I. A. McDowell of Stella was in town Saturday. frs. O. II. Bowers of Verdon was in the city Saturday. Guy CIH1.1nhf'rlain of Verdon was in the city over Sunday. J. W. Lundy of Shubert was in the city on L usil1ess T'uesday. Wm. Plummer came down from Dawson on business tl uesday. . C. S. Lawrence came over from IIantiit on business Saturday. John Ebb of Barada transacted . business in this city 1\lesday. Xnna P. Stump was the guest of friends in this city Saturday. Mrs. : E. C. Riggs of Shubert viSited in this city the latter part 1 of the week. W. C. Pay and family left Tues- day for their' future home in Burchard , Neb. The fraternal union met NIon- : day evening and talked over fur- ther plans for the picnic. A. Thompson : . Dale Wagner s and Guy 1' Thompson of \Iorrill , , , were Falls : City visitors Saturday. W. D. Easley came up from Kansas City , Monday to be pres...

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 — 29 April 1904

II April TI"IE Fl\LLS CITY TRIBUNE 5 _ _ _ _ _ , 29 _ 1904 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ 6 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - jr GAMING TABLES OF MACAO. 5 Portuguese City Has a Rival to the Casino at Monte Carlo. \ . Quaint and picturesque is the , old Portuguese city of : Macao , which , though a decaying and al. most moribund settlement from 4 _ . 'it. the commercial point of view , is , ' , . : . says Mr. Eutace UCj'nolds-Ball , ' " : ! . ; , the seat of a highlJ lucrative - gambling industry , over a score of " licensed gambling houses paying ; ' a tax : in the aggregate 'If some . . ' $170,000 a year 1.0 the gOyerl1111ent. ' : Macao has been , and is still , chiefly celebrated for its gaming . hib1's , which ( are crowded by Chi nese and Portuguese , and from Saturday to Monday bJ 13ritill- ers from Hong.Kong , who prefer . having a flutter at the game , if it . . can be so called , of fan tan , instead - : ' stead of going to the service at the , Hong-Kong cathedral. The gain- - " ...

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 — 29 April 1904

.r ; . . , ; , " : ' .A ; : , , ; : ; . : . . . . . , . . . . _ _ _ . . _ _ _ = - - _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ . .J. - _ - _ . . . . . - _ - _ - - . . . -w.- " ' . , 6 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 29J 1904 'f THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Every Friday at ALLS CITY , NEBRASK.A By TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO Entcrcd as sccond-class matter , Janu- ary 12 , 1904at the post oflicc at Fal1s ity , . under thc Act of on press of March 3 , 1879. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Telephone No. 226. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Congress : Er.l\IUR J. llURKlt'.r'l' , Lincoln . . For State Senator : E. A. TUCKER , Humboldt. . For Members of thc Legislature R. E. GIUNS'1'UAD , Salem GEORGE SMITH , Dawson W. H. HOGRIWE , Stella For . ' County Attorney I \V. H. MORUOW , Shubert SUBTERFUGE. The Martins never miss a chance to draw money out of the county treasury. At the last meeting of the county board , F. E. Martin drew $200 salary as county attorney ; Francis Martin drew tomething like $25 for serv- ing on the insanity board ...

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 — 29 April 1904

. 1 April , 29 1904 . ' 'IIIE4"ALLS CITY TRIBUNE , 7 - - Correspondence E News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents y' . - ) Humboldt. w Rev. Calvert is in Johnson this r - week : ' Ethel Bullis left Monday for 'Seattle. Ashford Edie was in . . Falls City Tuesday. R. S. Unland was in Lincoln last week. . J. H. Morehead was up from Falls City last week. " rs Harry Hall visited relatives - tives in T able Rock Mrs. Louis Strasil is spending , the week in Burchard. . F Ray Linn was a Lincoln visitor - , or several days recently George McConnell a barber at this place went to Seattle , Wash- . ' + Hutton. . . - 'o _ : , - . , Ed" ' Wittwer came up from Kansas City to spend short time with relatives E. A. Tucker has been con- - fined to his home by an attack of the grip the past week. ' Winnie Freemole was in Table Rock Sunday and on account of t the high water could not return. . . , ' ' , ' " The lighting during the , ' storm Saturday night put a number 'of the electric ...

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 — 29 April 1904

. y _ _ _ . - .u.a. . . . - - . . . . . . . _ . " . _ _ . _ . . . - - - - - - - - - - - . . . - - - . 1- " " " " " " " " - , . . . , . . - < ' " - : : : _ _ : . _ " - . ' : . _ . - : . - : : ; . : : = : . : : : . . : . : : . : : : : : : : : : . : : ; ; : : : : " : ; ' - .r S 'II.IE FALLS CITY TH.lUUNE April 29 , 1904 _ _ _ _ . . _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ 4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ . , Hew TO LIVE 200 YEARS. Bar Salt and Liquids , Says Herr Salomonson , and You May A man with a strange : mission has arrived in London from Asco na , on Lake Maggiore , Switzer- land , says the London Mail. His : object is to induce the English people to abandon the use of sal and an liquids TIc himself hats not drunk of anything for two years and two months , and hopes to attain a great age bJ' persever ing with that peculiar form of ab stinence. At Ascona he has founded a colony - ony of men and women disciple , who rigorously eschew salt and liquids , work in the field in prim. itive garb , and , when the weat...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 29 April 1904

, ' -I. , - . ; Ii April , 29 Ig04 . TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE \ ) IJ EdaccnionaDepariinen Conducted by County Superintendent Crocker . R Our High School Gra.dua.tes. ' Of course the final examinations _ . _ are to be considered yet and there , . . is some back work to be made up but it seems quite certain that the following are the names of the ' . . Richardson county high school graduates for 1904 : Da.waon. Date of commencement not yet ' announced. Norman Sanson Norman Ulmer . Lillitli Waggener Florence Judd Harry Libbee Thomas Ryan Emerson Heint Humboldt. Date of commencement May . Edward Hodapp Clara Garver , Ralph Hummel Nora Stalder ? \Je1mie Gravatte Maude Tosland , Georgia Wells Wilma Wright Sa.lem. . . \ Date of commencement May 14. Ira Crook Frank Relf ' . Ira McCool Joe \Vindle ' " 'j" " Cecil Sheeley Myrtle Ramel " 'j Irene Spurlock Bessie Campbell Verdon. Date of commencement May 13 Ethel Kieler Katie Crouch Edith Shafer Inez Griffiths " Jessie Griffiths Ray Arnold Mile...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 29 April 1904

- - - - - - - - - - - - ate 1 10 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE April 29 , 1904 i - - - - - - - - Correspondence News of the County 8S Told by x Our Special Correspondents 9 Shubert. . . Nellie Lewis is on tit'e Ri.k list „ - Mrs Jane Oakley is quite sick : Amelia Nnsbattm visited ; : ha me folks over Sunday. . . henry Leslie and wife enter = taincd relatives Sunday. Chas Lord and wife entertained Elmer King and wife Sunday. 1 ; Miss Meredith will visit short time with relatives at Auburn' . ; Rev. Saylcs was the guest of . Levi Bright and wife Sunday. Gladys Lord entertained her little friend Ethel King Sunday ; . Mrs. henry Fishburn visited her mother , Mrs Wheeler trucs- t day. day.L. y.L. , L. 11.'cddle and wife are visiting relatives in i Nebraska Ci ty. . ty.Mrs Mrs L. Bolejac1 . was the guest of her sister l\'Irs. Donna Carr Tuesday - - - - Abe Berg jr and wife are the proud parents of a baby boy at their homc. ' Minnie Jones spent Saturday and Sunday with Sherm Colglaz- icr and fa...

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 — 29 April 1904

' : / i k April , 29 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE zI - - - - - - - - - - - - Current Press Comments Fair Warning. If Harry Lindsay does ! not re- ceive what he deserves at an ' early date it will not be well in P the future for those who stand in the way.-Ilumboldt Leader. ± , . Equ i . lily. - Let's not be too hasty in kick- ing' the nevr revenue law. By the provision many thousands of dol- lars worth of property that has hitherto escaped taxation will be taxed this year.-Auburn Gran- , ger. ; r New Style Folk is carrying all before him in Missouri. This , is a new metl1- , ed in that state , where many of ' ' " . _ " - the political gentlemen have ; . , , ' . hithertofore been in the habit of . carrying all behind them and try- - \ : : . ' : ing to hide it under their . coat tails.-Chicago Record-Herald. Competition. J h"i. . . . . , . , . . 1 Tl1e Russians seem to be crowding - . , ing Spain for first place among , , . { : , , - tHe nations of the earth for the . . . . . ? ; ; ; ;...

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 — 29 April 1904

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Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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