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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 September 1906

| rv I I THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 21 , 1906 Builin ton TIME TABLE Palls City. Neb. Lincoln Denver Omnlin llelcnn Chicago Hutte St. Joseph Snlt Lnkc City Kansas City Portland St. Louis niul nil Snn Prnnclsco points cnst ntul and nil point : south. west. TKA1NS I.KAVIJ AS I'Ol.I.OWS ! Xo. 42. Portland St. Louis Special , St. Joseph , Kansas City , St. Louis and all points cast and south 7:17 : p it Xo. 13. Vcstilnilcd express , dally , Denver and all points west and northwest 1:33 : an No. 44. Vestllmled Kxprcss dally , St. Joseph , Kansas , City St. Louis and points East and South. . . . 11:17 : a n Xo. 14. Vcstlbnlcd express , dally , St. Joe , Kansas - sas City , St. Louis and all points cast and south 7:47 : a n : No. 17. Local express dally except Sunday , Con- cordia , and points north and west 12.10 p ni No. IS. Vcstibuled express , dally , Denver , and all points west and northwest 1:13 p ni No. 43. Vestibulcd Express daily , Lincoln and the Northwest. . . ....

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 — 21 September 1906

THE FALLS CIT * TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 21 , 1906. REQUESTED RECIPES. Good Orahnm Twists , Nice Graham Wafers and Crackers and Some Bran Biscuits. Grahnin twists nro made of thrco or four parts of grnlmm Hour to 0110 part sweet cream. Whole wheat Hour may bo substituted. Sift the gra'jam Hour , and , If very coarse , add Jnlf white Hour ; have Hour cold and hi a basin ; have cream cold and , drop ping Into the Hour stir briskly with ii fork , allowing no wet pools to form. This should make a very stiff dough which should not stick to the board while being kneaded one-half hour , or until a piece will give a snapping sound when pulled off. Koll thin ns piecrust and cut Into strips one-hilt' to three-quarters of an inch wide ; twist with hands and lay In biking pan ; the oven should not be too hot. When done they arc crisp , and ilio starch Is dcxtrlnl/cd ( partially di gested ) , as In zweibach. Graham Crackers Seven cupfuls ot graham Hour , one cuptul of thick sweet cream ( or ...

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 — 21 September 1906

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 21 , 1906. $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest = C. Smith Henry . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. VERDON. Luther 1'lckett spent Sunday ut Au burn. John Williams wno u St. .loc visitor last week. Lou Gotltlrnon of Falls City spent In Vcrtlon. Mr. CullUon of Falls City spent Sun day in our city. Clyde Gates of Dawson was a Vertlon visitor Tuetday. L. A. Klnsoy returned to Ills homo nt Lincoln Sunday. Will Mowroy of Stella was iv business visitor hero Monday. Mr * . Jay Parsons spent last Saturday nt the county capital. Mrs. Joe Parsons was n business visi tor to the county scat. Mrs. Hey Swlsogood was a county Heat visitor last Saturday. Albert Corn of Salem spent Sunday with his mother In this city. Mrs. G. U. Ktmpp spent a part of the week at Salem visiting relatives. Mcsdamcs Knapp and Hcinoman were county scat visito...

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 — 28 September 1906

1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. . , , , , , . . Vol. Ill FALLS CITY NEBRASKA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1906. Whole No. 142 Republican Meeting. The Brown-Sheldon meeting ) at the court house Wednesday ( night was splendidly attended , and a very enthusiastic gather , i ing. The court room was nicely j decorated with Hags and bunt ing. Mr. Brown was the first speaker and for an hour he took up the vital questions of gov ernment , both state and nation , al , and discussed them with such clearness and fairness as to convince every lair minded man that the republican party will settle them right as it has settled every great question that has come before the nation. Mr. Brown paid a high tribute to George Sheldon and the other members of the ticket , telling of their great accomplishments and of their high character. The modesty of the speaker was shown in the fact that not withstanding he could have told a very fascinating story of his lights against the lumber trust , the grain trust and the tax ...

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 — 28 September 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 21 , 1906. FREE % To the wonderful Arkansas Valley of Kansas and Colorado. | On the First and Third Tuesday of each month , Cleaver & Sebold $ will run excursions to this wonderful valley , where the sunshine | is nearly perpetual. The air is dry and pure. The health of the 2 community is marvelous. Beautifully shaded drives abound near the town. Hundreds of small fruit farms make the landscape % beautiful and homelike. In season the air is perfumed with the $ aroma of the thousands of acres of blooming fruit trees. The % rippling water of the irrigation canals , the hum of the honey bee $ and the warble of the songsters , make sweet music for cultured ] ears. The nicely painted houses and well kept lawns , make a j ; fine appearing town. | ; > There are more shade trees in Garden City than is common in ' > an eastern town. The school houses are immense brick structures - J tures and the churches are many and of attractive and su...

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 — 28 September 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 28 , 1906 I * I nn 1 I HARDWARE ! I H * Well , I Guess YES ! * 9 ( * * * And that's not half all. We have the most com plete line of Hardware , Stoves and Tinware , and I in fact everything1 usually found in an up-to-date II II hardware store. Our prices will never be found I to be exhorbitant always as low as the quality of Jt * l the goods will permit. We also have a first-class Jtu l Tin Shop in connection. Try us once you'll it it it never regret it. itu * it if ii iiu * u * itu * u * if * J. C. TANNER ifn 11 If if ifn it * -4HH ) aNmBfr ) ) OKt ) ( * - * - * * IK * * n LOOK ! LOOK ! Have you tried the * * Jr * * X CITY MEAT MARKET Under new management. We will carry at all times a full stock of the best of everything in our line. High Standard Quality is our * Motto. Our methods are bound to please $ f f * ff you. 'Phone Yours for Business , A. E. SCHMIDT. o P. S. Heacock & Son , Falls City , Neb. | Don't Read This ! Unless you wa...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 September 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 28 , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Kutcrctt an second-class matter as Falls City , Nebraska , post ollicc , Janu ary 12 , l'J04 , under the Act of Con rcs * ' of'Murch Published every Friday at Kails City , ' Nebraska , 'by The Tribune Pulillsliinjt Company E. K. Slitvrls , One vcar . . - Sl.OC Six ii'ontbs . - - .f f Three months . - .3 TELEPHONE 226. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT I he lollowliiu proio. | > cd niiiciuliiicnl ti ( Ihc toiiMlliillon of the Stole of Nclinisho , nn hcrclnaricr scl lorlli In lull , i.s Mit > . milled lo the electors or Ihc Mate or Nc. hroMin , lo lie volcit upon nl the < | cncrnl clcdlon to tic held 'I nc.vltiv , November ( I , A. I ) . . Illlli ) . It ) IT KNACTIlIt IIVTIIK I.IKIISI.TfHh 01 Till STATI : or NIMIIMSKM Section 1 , Thai , it lln' urni'i.il vlretlini fur Slate .mil l.i'ulM.ttUi * ( lOiciMH in lie lu-lil on tin- Tur ila > . HiicccnlliiK HIP lir t Moml.o In N'oMMtlN-r , 1"0 , lln1 foll...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 September 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 28 , 1906 LOCAL LORE. Eat Sowlcs' candy. John Ilolman of Ilumboldt was down Sunday. , Mrs. Lulu Richards was down from Salem Monday. G. A. Jorn was here from Vcr- don during the week. Mrs. N , VanWinlcle was a Dawson visitor Tuesday. Carl Bates was over from Hia watha Saturday evening. M. L. Leonard was down from Yerdon the past Saturday. May Manton patterns for sale at.the New millinery store. John Oswald went to Auburn Tuesday to attend the races. E. A. Harden of Vcrdon was a Saturday visitor in this city. Guy Huston and Lou Godfirnon were Verdon visitors Sunday. A. F. Parsons was among the Verdon visitors here this week. Evan Owens spent Sunday in Verdon the guest of his mother. C. Italian of Kansas Citv was in this city Tuesday on business. Nolle Gaudy of Ilumboldt was the guest of friends here Satur day. "Wade Ten Eyck came down from Earada the first of the week. John Gilligan made a business trip to Chicago the first of the week. B. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 September 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 28 , 1906 JBuilinoioni TIME TABLE Pnlls City. Neb. Lincoln Dcmcr Umnlin Helena Chicago Untie St. Joseph Salt Lake City Kansas City Portland St. Louis nnil nil San l-'rnnclsco points cast and and all points south. WcSt. TRAINS I.HAVKS 1'OI.I.OWS ! No. 42. Portland St. Louis Special , St. Joseph , Kansas City , St. Louis and all points east and -south 7:17 p m Xo. 13. Vcstiliulcd express , daily , Denver and all points west and northwest 1:33 a m No. 44. Vcstiliulcd Kxpress daily , St. Joseph , Kansas , City St. Louis and points Kast and South 11:17 : a tit No. 14. Vcstiliulcd express , daily , St. Joe , Kan sas "City , St. Louis and all points east and sontli 7:47 : a tit No. 17. Local express daily except Sunday , Con- cordia , and points north and \\est 12.10 p in No. IS. Vcstiliulcd cxptcsh , daily , Demer , .ittd all points \\c-st and noillMNOst 1:23 : p in No. 43. Vcstiliulcd Kxptess daily , Lincoln and the Northwest. . . . 1:44 : pin ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 September 1906

THE FALLS CIT * ' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 21 , 1906. REQUESTED RECIPES. Good Graham Twists , Nice Graham Wafers nnd Crnckers and Some Bran Biscuits. Graham twists nrc mndc of tJirco or four parts of grnhnm flour to ouc part sweet cream. Whole wheat llout may bo substituted. Sift the grabam Hour , nnd , If very coarse , ndd InK white Hour ; have Hour cold and iu a basin ; have cream cold and , drop ping Into the flour stir briskly with a fork , allowing no wet pools to form. This should make a very stiff dough which should not stick to the board while being kneaded one-half hour , or until a piece will give a snapping sound when pulled off. Koll thin as piecrust and cut Into strips one-halt to three-quarters of an Inch wide ; twist with hands and lay In Inking pan ; the oven should not be lee hot. When done they are crisp , and ihe starch Is dcxtrlnlzed ( partially di gested ) , as in zwelbach. Cirnhiun Crackers Seven cupfuls ol graham flour , one cupful of thick sweet cream ( o...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 September 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 28 , 1906 , $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest C. Smith Henry . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. OHIO Win. Stownrt iinil family of iic.v Salctn vbltctl ut Mrs. Oiniira , Sunday Kims Moyurs anil wife of Falls Clt ; were guests of N'oah Peck anil wife Sunbity. Mrs. .1. O. Miller returned to hoi liome In Waterloo , Iowa last Saturda ; nftcr two weeks visit with relatives. Guy ami Albert Hurk spent Sunilaj afternoon with Win. Hutchison am Clarcnee Peck. Rev. Mohlcr and family of Falls Cltj Hpcnt Sunday with Eph I'eck and fam ny. Hertha Hrlin of Hamlln , Kan , Is i visitor of her sister Mrs. A K. Knlse Andrew Kctterer Is In Kansas doiii ( . pome carpentering work for Win Gerdes a brother In law of his. Mrs. Andrew Kettorer and hci of her brother father-in-law were quests or William Saturday. Mrs. Hurnworth was a uucst of Mrs ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 5 October 1906

1 3IBMiUi ! ! ! 8 S * Mi'i8PPWiB ! ' ! ' ' JffiPW P * " s t f1 * Kirl"B"v * ' - * -v * N I * T ? y ' yiB H W Jil ' r I. . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill . FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 5 , 1906. Whole No. 143 i District Court. i The case ol John R. Smith against the Burlington for dam ages occassioned by overflow water resulted in favor of Mr. Smith , the jury returning a ver dict for $1100. The criminal case against Ervin 0. Bode resulted in a verdict of guilty. After the Bode case was over Judge Raper adjourned court until sometime later , probably about October If ) , when motions for a new trial in the Blieholder and Bode cases will be argued. The two judges are getting the dock et cleared very rapidly and the 1 IJT probabilities are that the great er part of the cases will be dis posed of in October. The Miles case will be tried sometime later as the pleadings and ser vice will defer the hearing for a few weeks. Gilligan Bridge Company Gets Contract. The annual bri...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 5 October 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 5 , 1906. im < s * * > $ > ® * 5"S 4 > < SxjHKj FHEE To the wonderful Arkansas Valley of Kansas and Colorado. ! On the First and Third Tuesday of each month , Cleaver & Sebold | ; will run excursions to this wonderful valley , where the sunshine t is nearly perpetual. The air is dry and pure. The health of the | community is marvelous. Beautifully shaded drives abound near ; ! the town. Hundreds of small fruit farms make the landscape $ beautiful and homelike. In season the air is perfumed with the | aroma of the thousands of acres of blooming fruit trees. The ; i ; rippling water of the irrigation canals , the hum of the honey bee I and the warble of the songsters , make sweet music for cultured | ears. The nicely painted houses and well kept lawns , make a 3 fine appearing town. There are more shade trees in Garden City than is common in SI an eastern town. The school houses are immense brick structures - | tures and the...

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 — 5 October 1906

II THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 5 , 1906 r SEE THAT FLUE ? " It's new and different from any other. Made only in the RIVERSIDE AEB-HEATER mm m Cold nir is drawn up from the " iloor through the flue and dis IS" charged at the top of the stove thoroughly heated. It has nil the radiating sur I ! face other stoves have , and IK tm tmHM heats by circulation as well. : HMr This means greater heating ! power , and SAVES ONE-THIRD IN FUEL It also means no cold floors , " In ! no cold corners or dead air spaces , but even temperature ' throughout the room. Every stove is a double heater of great power. Come In and examine them. Get o copy ol our Booklet. "A Novel Race. " It's free. ii J. C. TANNER , ruiiiriiitiIil"iiiiiiilIi iIIiIi"IIIIiIiiiiiIiiiIiIIiiIiiiiiiiiiIiilitiiiiiiiiUHfiOi i * ! LOOK ! LOOK ! Have you tried the * * * CITY MEAT MARKET Under new management. We will carry at all times a full stock of the best of everything in our line. High Standard Quality is our Motto. ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 5 October 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 5 , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ICutercti ns .second-class matter as Falls City , Nebraska , post odlcc , Janu- arv 12,1'KU , tuulor tlic Act of Congress of March 3 , 187't. Published cvcrv Krhlav nt Knits City , Nenrniikn , by The Tribune Publljliini ! Company E. K. Slmrls , Miuu/er / ( One year . . - 51-00 Six it'onths - M > Three months .35 TELEPHONE 226. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 'Ihe totliiwlnii proposed nmciulincnt to the iniislllutliui of Ihc Male of NebrnM.n , O.N ticrclnntlcr j.cl Inrlh In full , is .tub- milled In the electors ol Ihc Mule of Nc- tirrtstui , to lie voted upon nl the ucncral election to be held luc.Mlov , November ( I , A. D. , Ifiot ) . Ill IT KNUTKII llTIIK ItlU.lst.TI HI Ol TUT STATI : of XI.IIKASKA : s < vtion l. Thai nl HID uiwrnl I'lrrtlun for Stair .iiut Iculft1.ill\i > iilllci-ri lo In ) ln-M mi tin- Tno lajt Hiu'CtH'illiiB llio flrit Moml.i ) In Nim-mlMT , I'Wi , Hie follow IIIR | irorl <...

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

I THE FALLS Cl'l Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBERS , 1906 , h Dainty of Jewelry ! Whether it is to be useful or not , a piece of jewelry must have grace and beauty. We are most particular about the designs in our stock nothing- loud finds a place here. Lockets Rings Chains Broaches Pins Bracelets at a wide range of prices. A. E. The "Old Reliable" . . Jaquet Jeweler LOCAL LORE Eat Sowles' candy. Rye for sale at I leek's feed store. George Seeley of Ilumboldt spent Sunday with friends in this city. The politicians are getting busy with their jollies and hand shakes. Win. Fenton of Iladdam , Kans. spent Sunday with Sheriff Fen ton and family. Isham Reavis was before the Supreme court at Lincoln the first of the week. This has been a great year for every crop save potatoes. Ninety cents a bushel is bad business. John Gilligan represented the Gilligan Bridge company on busi ness matters at Beatrice Monday. Herman Minnick came up from Atchison to spend Sunday with friends and relatives in th...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 5 October 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 5 , 1906 TIME TABLE Pnlls City. Neb. Lincoln Denver Otnntin Helena Chlcngo Untie St. Joseph Salt Lake City Knnsns City Portland St. Louis mul nil San Prmiclsco points cast mul anil all points south. west. TKA1N.S I.HAVK AS 1'OU.OWH : Xo.12. . 1'ortlaml HI. Louis Special , St. Joseph , Kansas City , St. Louis and all points east anil houth 7:17 p tn Xo. 13. Vcstilnilcil c.xprcss , daily , Denver and all points west and northwest 1:33 : a in Xo. 44. Vestlbulcd Express daily , St. Joseph , Kansas , CJlty St. Louis and points Hast and South. . . . 11:17 : am Xo. 14. Vestihulcd express , daily , St. Joe , Kan sas City , St. Louis and all points east and south 7:47 a in Xo. 17. Local express daily except Sunday , Con- cordlii , and points north anil west 12.10 p in Xo. IS. Vestihulcd express , daily , Denver , and all points west and northwest 1:23 : p in Xo. 43. Vcstihuled Express daily , Lincoln and the Northwest. . . . 1:44 : pin Xc 16. Vestihu...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 5 October 1906

THE FALLS CITi' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 5 , 1906. In Pursuit of a Lover. By Alice Louise Lee. Never was there an uncle watched over with more solicitous care than was Bennett Henry , and when a certain disquieting though vague report reached his niece she promptly laid aside her palette , wrote to Jane to air the front rooms and started for All- dale a month before the close of the New York Art school. When her uncle met her at the station his appearance confirmed her worst fears. lie was smooth ly shaven , his iron gray hair was closely cropped , his suit new and jaunty , while crowning shock his head was surmounted by a tall silk hat. Josphine Henry scarcely recognised him. "How d'ye do , Josic ? " this new looking uncle inquired in the old , big , hearty voice. Josephine stopped short and stared. "Uncle Ben ! Where is your beard ? " Uncle Ben looked embarrassed. ' 'Gone , Josie ; gone in a tight shave. Cost a quar- ter. " ' 'I harcll } ' know you , " continued Josephine , look...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 5 October 1906

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 5 , 1906. * $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest - C. Smith Henry . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. VERDON. K. W , Kolib wm a Sunilav vMtor nt Falls City. II. 11. lllrch of linker was 11 Vertlon visitor Monday. Hurry .Jones attended the fair at Au burn last week. N , 11. .hull ) of Dawfcon spent Monday afternoon here. Will Mowcry of Stella was In town Monday evening. John Hal ) attended the hor.o show nt St. Joe last week. W , l\ Vouch and wlfo spent a jinrl of last week in St. . Joo. Mrs Margrot Saylora of Pern is vis Itlng relatives hero this week. John Williamson and Clareneo HIUIII wcro Hiawatha visitors last wcok. Mrs. Sol niontn and Georgia Stuaij were gtcllw visitors lust Saturday. Dr. Bourne of Aulmrn was a liuslncs ! visitor hero the last of the week. Mrs. Anna Horseman left Thnrsilin on a visit to friends at Ste...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 12 October 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 12 , 1906 , Whole No. 144 Just A Delusion. A young man came up from Hiawatha Wednesday just to see a good town and have a little fun with his neighbors. He passed the afternoon very pleasantly and realized every dollar he spent and by the time the shade of evening was fall ing about him he realized fully that it was time he was going any old place would do. His greatest difficulty with a movement on his part appeared to be Ins motive power. His mind was fully made up that it was his move and he was willing to act at once but the tonnage was too great and he could not shake the ballast. He finally steamed ahead very cautiously and drifted in front of Beaulieus barber shop where he dropped anchor. The south side of a post served as shelter for some time until the night air of an October evening began to tell upon the old hull and there was danger of shipwreck. Once more the feeling grew within his bosom that it w...

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