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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 16 , 1906 iBuflington TIAllS TABLE I'nlls City. Neb. 1 Lincoln Denver Omnhn Helena Chicago IStittc St. .Joseph Snlt Lnkc City Kansas City Portland St. Louis nnd nil Snn Prattclsco points cnst and nnd nil point ? south. west. TNAINS I.KAVU AS FOU.OWS : No. 42. Portland St. Louis Special , St. Joseph , Kaunas City , St. . Louis and all points ca t nnd nouth 7:17 ji n No. 13. Vpstihulrd rxprcRB , daily , Denver and nil points went and nortlmcHt 1:33 : a n : No. 44. Vestlbulrd KxprehS daily , St. Joseph , Kansas , City St. Louis and points Kabt and South. . . . 11:17 : a n No. 14. Vcstihulcd express , daily , St. Joe , Kan sas City , St. Louis and all points cant .uul Houth 7:47 a n No. 17. Local express daily except Sunday , Con- cordia , and points north and west. . . . 12.10 p n No. 15. Vcstihulcd express , daily , Denver , and all pointnvc.st and northwest 1:23 p n No. 43. Vestiliulcd Kxpross daily , Lincoln and the NortluvcHt. . . . 1:44 p...

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 — 16 November 1906

THE FALLS CM Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 16 , 1906 T HE OFFICIAL VOTE Cast in Richardson County at the General Election Held November 6 , i906 . F i The Other Mule's Grass. t We laugh at the mule that statjds at the fence , neglecting to cat , and looks longingly into the adjoining pasture , imagining that the grass there is sweeter than his own , says the DCS Moines News. It is funny , and yet it is the same trait that we who call our selves wiser than the mule ex hibit all through our lives. We begin early. How quickly a baby will drop whatever he is playing with to seine that which l is withheld from him ! A tendency to undervalue what we have and to magnify what others have seems to be an ele ment of our nature. Many a young writer feels that he would be' quite happy if he could write such history as Piske yet fmTstory is told of Fiske that his great desire was to sing. Compliments on his writings or lectures brought no sweetness to him , but a favorable word on his singing fi...

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 — 16 November 1906

i i in i mnmimmmi'i T , - ? 4 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 16 , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered as second-class mallei4 at Kails City , Nebraska , post oflkc , Janu ary 12 , I'3fl4 , under lite Act of Congress of'Marcli . * , 187 i. .Punished cvcrv Friday at Falls City , Nebraska , by The Tribune Publishing Company E. F. Slmrls , One year . . . . . . . - Six months . . . . - - Three months . . . TELEPHONE 226. IT HAS BEEN PUT BACK. Tlie week before the republi can convention was held in this county The- Tribune called upon the party to refuse Mr. Pollard the delegation from this county for the reason that he had accepted money he did not earn. The closing words of the article were as follows : "Mr. Pollard is neither legally nor morally en titled to this money and he should put it back. " The Tribune knew that Mr. Pollard had enough votes tote to nominate him when the article was published , but believing our position to be rijjht we disre garded all advice to tfet...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 November 1906

1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 16 , 1906 5 The Fairy Land of Jewels The \\oncler working1 of Queen Mab herself with all her fairy subjects skill to aid her , could not equal the production of the Goldsmith's art as it is understood today. For delicacy of form and coloring1 , for grace of design , for multiplicity of shapes and uses , modern jewelry has reached the highest mark. Our connection with those producers of beau tiful jewelry is very close and we can offer their creations to our townspeople as soon as New York can see them. Just now we are showing- new ideas in Bracelets. Fall designs in plain and colored gold , with or without sets. Rings in all the latest designs and of all prices. None but solid gold in stock. Call and see our stock first-class in every detail. A. E. The "Old Reliable" . . Jaquet Jeweler LOCAL LORE Eat Sowles' candy. Corn buskers wanted at the ] < Cargrave Ranch. A. R. Bentley was a Sabetha W itor Monda } ' of this week. C. H. Dale of Om...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 16 , 1906. The Lady Sheriff's Captive , nv w.v. . HINKS. Down the one street of San Carlos came a scurry of hot alkali dust , then the sound of two revolver shots , and a couple of cowboys from the Triple X ranch went tearing by on little , undersized cayuses that could run , and were then running1 , like , as Monty Jacobs remarked , "a couple of scairt jnckrnbbils. ' "Ked" Cutcheon was in com pany with his bosom friend and boon companion , "Slim .lim" Morlcy. With the annual round up on the Triple X over , and with three month's pay in their pockets , the two were drinking in large drafts ? from UlV cup of pleasure afforded tiiem by the pleasing1 practice of "shooting up" San Carlos. They were , or rather had been , drinking other things many other things , but principally "mescal" whisky , which makes the brain feel like the interior of an active vol cano , Ueitig "shot up" was an old story to San Carlos and its citi zens. It was just one...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 16 , 1906. HOME-MADE BEDSPREADS. Suggestions for the Treatment 01 Different Beds and What Ma terials to Use. A very pretty one was recently made from a linen sheet. A hem six inches wide wns turned up on three Hides of it , and hem-stitched. A slml- Dle scallop was then worked nil around it on the double cdgo and cut out. A dcsJgu showing hunches of chryK- . nthcroums nnd leaves , joined by a running design of ribbon , was mndo exactly to fit the top of the bed anil a similar design was put across the upper end to go over the bolster toll. The work wns done in heavy , whlto mercerized cotton the ribbon being darned in , and the flowers and leaves heavily stuffed nnd worko'l ' in ratln stitch. For a yellow and white room the ni > rcal was made of six yards of plain yellow wash material , 30 inches wide , costing eight cents a yard. This was rut into six pieces , each one yard pqtmrc , and joined together , tnrec nieces on each side , with...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 November 1906

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 16 , 1906. $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual lnter = C. Smith Henry . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining ; counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. STELLA. LI. O. and C C. Fankoll liuvo been In Oiimlm this week intending an Im plement convention. .Mr. * , Rum Johnson is spending the week with relatives at Mound Cltv. Verne Davis win severely burned about the face and head Wednesday ulght by the explosion of a gasoline- lamp. Mr ? . Morgan Williams of the Prairie Union neighborhood has a new piano. Frank Vance , about twelve- years of ngc , bus been suffering with the dtp- tlicrlu the past week. A farewell danee was given In the opera house Tuesday evening for Clyde Hiildwln , who loft yesterday for Mexico where he has a clerical posi tion with a smelting company. Ini Martin and wife are spending the week with his parents , at Abilene , Its. Florence McDowell was awarded...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 November 1906

* , * * TS5v ! r ' * j"trf * ' ? st" , 'T * | i" * fRw'- " ! * f7 ! ! * Ulslorlcixl Society THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. HI FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVEHBER 23 , 1906. Whole No. ISO Death Record. Andrew J. Edwards , father of County recorder Lewis 0. Ed wards , of this city , died at his home in the north part of Ilum boldt , at a late hour Thursday evening. Mr. Edwards has been in failing health for some mcnths and it was known that he could not enjoy life very m u c h longer , and at the time o' his demise was seventy , one years and two months of age. age.Andrew Andrew J. Edwards was born September 9 , 1835 at New Lis bon , Ohio , but was reared in South Beiid , Indiana. He was a faithful member of Company B i48th Indiana volunteer In fantry , serving for three years and three months , aud taking part in several important en gagements. At the close of the war he was attached to the volunteer reserve corps and stationed at Washington , D. C. while the federal army was be ...

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

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 23 , 1906. WORTH WHILE . Heauty is a dangerous asset. A lame excuse is worse than none at all. I caru to be a good loser and you'll never bo sore. After a man lias climbed to the top of the ladder lie forgets about those he left at the bottom. Anybody can be good when temptation is absent , Talking scandal implicates you with it. Never use what is not your owiii never buy what you cannot pay lor , never sell what you haven't got , is a pretty good rule to go by. "One good turn deserves an other" said the poet as he turned his cull's lor the fourth time. You can't ever say a man is rich , judging by what his daugh ter wears. Life is like the ocean. It drowns one man because he yields to it passively and blindly. It buoys up the other because he strikes it skillfully and with lusty sinews. To be successful one must know when to grant and when to refuse concessions. Too many people think it isn't wrong to lie about a man who lives a hundred mi...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 November 1906

I , THE FALLS CM V TRIBUNE , FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1906 ft tMMMB Bl nMMiH MHMMMM M * BaM i aaaB H MMinaa B * M H N > > * l i HBMMMa B M Hi M ' B M > M H B > nM H "M B MIBM * * * * SEE THAT FLUE ? It's new and different from any other. Mmle only in the RIVERSIDE AEB-HEATER Cold air is drawn up from the floor through the Hue and dis ! charged at the top of the stove thoroughly heated. It has all the radiating sur face other stoves have , and hcnt.i by circulation as well. This means greater heating ! S power , and SAVES ONE-THIRD IN FUEL Sm ! It also means no cold floors , > mi no cold corners or dead air spaces , but even temperature : IHIIB ; : : throughout the room. Every stove is a double heater of great power. ! S ! Come In and examine them. Get a copy ot our Booklet , "A Novel Race. " It's tree. n : sr , : J. C. TANNER PUBLIC SALE ! 1 laying decided to move west , I will sell at Public Sale , on vhdt is known as the Ranson farm , 3 miles west of Falls City and 3 ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 23 , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Mtitcrctl as . ccoiul-class mailer Falls Cily , Nebraska , j osl onicc , Jami .iry 12 , 1904 , under the Aclof C "f'Marcli 3 , Published every l-Vithiy at Kails Cily Xebrnska , by The Triliinie PuMlsliinjf Compivny E F. Sliivfls , one year . . -Sl.CX Six li'oiitlis . . < " > < Three inoiilhs . . . -3 ! TELEPHONE 226. WILL IT BU ROOSEVELT ? The < | iiesttoii as to the nc.M candidate for president on tlu republican ticket is beginning tc agitate the country. The natioi is at the beginning of an cpocl in its lifeAll forms arc chang inn and now methods are takiiu their places. Ideals that at oni time held prominence in publii estimation arc now cither disre garded or quite repudiated. The saying of the old New Knglaiu farmer to his son , "My boy , make money. Make it honestly if you can , but mala * money , " is nc longer quoted with approval , The popular advice now is , "Mj boy , be on the square. ...

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

v ! T.i . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 23 , 1906 5- LOCAL LORE. Bat Sowles' candy. Asa Crook has been on the sick h'.t this week. Samuel Baync and wife went to Salem Sunday. Joseph Tichen was down from iVnvson Saturday. Winifred Wcrtz , of St. Joseph , is the guest of Clara Gagnon. Fred Sebold has been on the jiok ? list for the past ten days. Katie Meliza spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Daw- sun. John Oswald made a business trip to Dawson Saturday after noon. Begin planning now to attend the Farmers Institute. It will pnj you. _ John Powell shipped in a car load of tine potatoes the first of week- Ida Me } ers , of Preston attended tiie play at the Gehling last Fri day evening. J. S. Wilson , on route one , Re serve , Kansas is now a reader of The Tribune. - N If you want driving horses , cfjlts or mules get them at the Margrave ranch. Mrs. W. W. Spurlock of Salem was the guest of Mrs. John Holt during the week. Mrs. Joseph Varner and chil dren left Friday f...

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

{ gff- THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 23 , 1906 TIME TABLE Hulls City. Neb. Lincoln Denver Omnlin tlclcnn Chlcniro liuttc St. Joseph Salt Lnkc City Knnsns City Portland St. Louis mid nil Smi Frnnclsco points cast mid , and all points south. west. TRAINS I.KAV1I AS 1'OFJ.OWS. Mo. 42. Portland St. Louis Special , St. Joseph , Kansas City , St. Louis and all points east and south 7:17 : ji in No. 13. Veslitwlcd express , daily , Denver and all points west and northwest 1:33 : a m No. 44. Veslilmlcd Mxpiess daily , St. Joseph , Kansas , City St. Louis and points IJast and South. . . . 11:17 : am No. ! * . Vestlhuled express , daily , St. Joe , Kan sas City , St. Louis and all points cast and south 7:47 : a m No. 17. Local express daily except Sunday , Concord - cord in , and points north and west. . . . 12.10pm No. IS. Vestilmled express , ยง daily , Denver , and w all points we.st and northwest 1:23 : p m | No. 43. Vesttliulud KxpiOf. . * . I daily , Lincoln and K the' North...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 November 1906

THE FALLS CITtf TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 23 , 1906. NOTES ON THE FASHIONS. Iilncn Parasols Go with Plainer ShirtWaist - * Waist Suits and Lingerie Styles Harmonize. The most { oscillating hats and para sols have come out , seemingly planned and made to go together , yet In reali ty happening upon that effect In nine crses out of ten. Lingerie styles are responsible for much of it the whole wide range of lingerie ideas echoed and reechoed in the parasols ; in fainter , though no less exquisite , tone in hats. Some ono has glibly prophesied the passing of the Huffy parasol , claiming that In stead will bo carried the plainer types. Yet lingerie dresses grow more pop ular all the while , and ruffles are piled upon ruffles , E&cmlngly without end. That prophecy is bound to bo wrong , for , so long as the summer girl holds court dressed in the sheer est , softest of gowns , which billows and froths about her , just so long will she , in spite of fashion's dlctums , twirl , in lieu...

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 — 23 November 1906

' I THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 23 , 1906. $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual-Inter mith Henry est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the ] LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. J IIUA1BOLDT Fred llummul It siM-vlnir on tlio fed eral jury ut Oiniiliii this wci-U. Mrs. Siiriili Marburger was tlio guest of George Sehmolzol anil family in Falls City thu llrst of tlio week. .Mrs. Fred Fisher returned Friday Irom-a visit with hur inotlier at Whit ing , KllllSaS Mabel Buorstotta of Tecumsch spent Saturday and Sunday with friends In Hutnboldt. H. F. Guiltwa < a business * visitor In Lincoln several days this week. Golda Turner and Mae Hradloy re turned homo the last of the week from n visit with Da ? on friends. Kd Ulst returned Tuesday Iroin northwestern Canada whore he has been looking after the interest of his elnlm for several months. Jessie Lydlck is wow employed as elerk In the novelty store of Hunt/ &a...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 30 , 1906. Whole No. 151 Broke Collar Bone. J. M. Davis , of Rule , sustained - , tained a broken collar bone Satj j urday in a peculiar manner. IleJ entered a hog pen which con-l | tained a ferocious boar. As soon as the boar saw him he made a dash at him. The oldi , man threw himself backward over the low fence and broke his collar bone , to escape the tusks of the boar. Mr. Davis is doing nicely under the physi cian's care. Got Ten Years. George Adams , son of Rev. Adams formerly pastor of the Methodist church of this city was sentenced to ten years in the penetentiary at Seattle. Washington , last week for em bezzling nearly one hundred thousand dollars from the United States mint where he was employed. The dispatches say that Mr. Adams had grown so expensive in his tastes that he spent fully $200 per month with his tailor alone. Mr. Adams is well remembered here and his many friends will learn of his con...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 November 1906

HBi i THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 30 , 1906. FAKGO. Mrs. John HuraohborRcr ami son , Curl , were business onllora In Hula on Saturday. Some unknown person united the team belonging to John Gentry Thurs day night iinil drove It about ton miles south of here. During that tlmo the spring wagon disappeared and could bo found nowhere up to Friday at 2 p. m. The mulus were found nunr koine unharmed , not even sweaty ; but what became of the buggy and ll. > pounds of wire Is the mystery. There Is more corn out In the Held for this Unit' of the yrar than has been for years and the continuing bad weather promises to keep muuh of It In the Holds until January at least John Hauman and Miss Annie were pleasant callers In Hulo Saturday. Col. Jim 1'owoll , Hob Hulo and Gco Holt of Falls City hunted wolves near here Thursday. The old spotted hound gave u grey ivolf a twenty foot cha o for miles. Whether the hunters saw the wolf or not Is the question. Philip Werner and Frank Baum...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 November 1906

THE FALLS Cl'l Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 3o , 1906 $5.OO SEWING MACHINES ollercil by Mail Order Houses are small , low arm machines lo bo run by hand. Fertile tile use of any American \voman , they arc not worth the money asked. This No. 100 Ball Bearing Bartlctt is the finest sewing machine you oversaw and it ilces not cost any more money than many cheap plain varnished machines offered by agents. The head is of a. pleasing design and bcauti- Ijilly finished in colors. The mechanism is made on nn entirely new and positive principle tint all kinds of cloth from llic thinnest to the thickest cdn be easily sevrcd. Hard ened tool steel is used Inroughout so that it will uuctically wear forever. - m the bright exposed parts ate heavily nickel plated over copper , the most durable finish Known. The nickel is given a high mirror finish. The Bartlctt makes the celebrated lock Stitch which absolutely cannot become unraveled and will never give uyvay. It has positive takeup , disc tensio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 30 , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Kntcretl as second-class matter : it Falls City , Nebraska , post olVicc , Janu ary 12 , l'X)4 , under the Act of Congress of Mnrch 3 , 187' ) . PnblMicd every Friday at Kails City , Xelir.iska , by The Tribune rubllsliinjj Comptvny K F. Slirtrts , One year . .51.00 Six months . . . .f > 0 Three months . .33 TELEPHONE 226. BRIDGE BUILDING. The Kails Cit\ Journal is still venting its spite on the ( lilligati company and , as usual , is making false comparisons and utterly un truthful statements It takes : i small wooden bridge built utulci the supervision of the county and shows a saving of about 25 pet cent over the Gilligan contract. The truth of the matter is that the bridge as specified in the pro posal of the county and upon which bids were received and acted upon cannot be built for the sum stated in the Journal. The Journal knows from per sonal experience that the CJilligan company has given this co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 November 1906

IP" THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 3o , 1906 LOCAL LORE. Eat Sowles' candy. This has been your stomach's ' 'iisy ' week , How do you like cold turkey by this time ? Keecc Williams of Vcrdou is now a reader of this great veckly. n planning now to attend the Farmers Institute. It will paj you. Farmers Institute at Falls City December 18-1 ( > and 20th at Court 'touse. ' Come and be one of us. Just bear in mind that The Tribune at a dollar aear is an investment and not an expense. James Morris was down from Humboldt in order to spend Thanksgiving with his family in this city. George Cleveland was in St. Joseph Tuesday for another order of goods for his merchan dise store. If you want to start the new year with a good investment that \vill return big dividends try tak- mg The Tribune. Did you know that the Farmers institute is to be held at Falls fjity in the Court room , Decem ber ISand ] 20th. Mrs M. D. came down Irom Verdon Tuesday evening to .spend Thanksgiving with h...

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