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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 December 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 21 , 1906. * S3vSSc-SS SS SS > SSSS : 'SBC.SS' > * : 'SS' : SS' : SS > SS''SS'.5'S3i : : ' : SS' : & i FiRST DOOR SOUTH OF POST OFFICE I I it The Up-to-Dale Shoe Wlore of Southeastern Nebraska. A new 1 Stock THROUGHOUT lo Select ; from. If I tcrysa tsn-ro i6a * " * f' [ O iff "s ns sairJ ( LaJLnLJL JLJL itao Eaaauj 11UMBOLDT. Mrs i ; . C. Colhupp bus aceoptutl a olorkslilp In 1C lj. Cnino's jc.volrj stare during tint holidays. ( ico.V HiilU'rllchl romrncil Mon day from Cliluuo ) wlicro ho luitl boon : ittondlnj ( the bl } . ' to < ; l < hhinv. Lulu uiid KHu U.v ru in arc untcrtulii- Inp their motliur from unuilllla , Nob. Cnmilinii 1'lillpot was qnlto nick tlio HrsV of the wtiolf. Ed W mi row wont ovur to DitHuls tliu Ilrst of the vs'ook where ho liua nuuupl- cd employment In ono of the butcher Hhous. Otis Hunter and wife spent Hovurul duys the last of thu wuuk with the hit- tor's parents , Mont Williamson anil wife. They...

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 — 21 December 1906

< ZSm ] " ' v" i''W ' Tijfr vi j'i if * * THE FALLS Cl I Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 21 , 1906 Early in September Santa Clans telephoned Dr. McMillan to know if he could make his Mead- quarters in Falls City at his Store. I told him lie could on one condition * that was , thai ; he have a PRESENT for every . BOY or GIRL from one month old to one hundred years old , that lives within fifteen miles of Falls City. Santa said he would do this , as he never intentionally slighted any one , and if you could just seethe carloads of toys and fancy presents that he has sent to our store yon would think there is something' for everyone , toys of all kinds. Horses Dogs Wagons Of dSS kinds Trains Dolls flasric Lantern Everything io please the children. And for the older ones we have everything- - can think of. Dress = I ing cases , Military sets , Hanicure sets , Traveling cases , Jewel cases , Cuff and Collar , work boxes and many other things we have in Stag , Ebony , Silver and Gold , a...

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 — 21 December 1906

I THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 21 , 1906. FHE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered as second-class matter a1 Kails City , Nebraska , post oflice , Janu ary 12 , 1W4 , under the Act of Con rcs- . i'March 3 , 187" . every Kriday at Kalis ( . 'it \ . NeliritftkR. 1 > \ The Trilninc riilillsliinji Coinpixny II. K. Slmrls , Mnnujfcr I One year * ! ( * > Six ii'Oitthn - < > 0 Three months -3" TELEPHONE 226. A QUESTION. We want to know ol our es teemed friend the enemy , if the Tribune told the truth when it charged the collection of nearly 900 for printing under a bid of flSh. Will you please give us an answer as we have a few < ther matters we want to clear up as soon as we have settled his ( | iiestion. NEHDGD LEGISLATION. Nebraska pays her judges less than any other state in the union. The reason for this i.s that the salaries are fixed bv the constitu tion in au early day when money > .id a far greater purchasing lower than it has now , and when the work was a gr...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 December 1906

THE FALLS Cl 1 Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 21 , 1906 5 $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest Henry C. Smith . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining : counties , cheap homes in the LA & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. LOCAL LORE Eat Sowles' candy. ' * Holly and Mistletoe. Si.uanton it Pence Can corn at 5 cents per can at Harlow's. Fleming Robb was down from Verdon Sunday. Red Senl Hour Si.15 per sack at t-Icck's feed store. Holiday goods of all kinds at shield's Variety store. Joe Ilarbaugh was here from Dawson Tuesday last. Mattie Whitney of Hiawatha pent Sunday in this city. Henry Xorn and wife are now enjoying the climate inCalifonia. Elias T. Peck on route two has our thanks for advance subscrip tion. C. F. Straub was over from Klamlin. Kansas the first of the A-eek. . - , J. M. Butler was here in a | business way from Salem Mon- l 'lay last. Minnie Ilelmick came down , * rom Stella Saturday , returning Miat evening. Floyd Thompson was...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 December 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 21 , 1906 Washington Notes. Washington , Dec. 8 , ' 0 ( > Seldom hits a session of con gress in recent years started oil \rith such , ' ( rrent activity and with so many qiiestious of vital public imprest in the fore , as the session which opened on last Monday. Scarcely had the sound of the vice-president's jfavol teased to echo through the halls of the Capitol calling the senate to order , and the inarticulate words of the venerable chaplain , Edward lOvcrett Hale pronounced the opening prayer , when Sena tor Penrose of Pennsylvania , and Senator Foraker of Ohio were clamoring for recognition in order that they might introduce resolutions calling for an investi gation into the matter of the dis- cliarge of colored troops by Pres ident Roosevelt. All precedents were cast aside in offering these resolutions , and the almost in decent haste exhibited in getting them before the senate caused much comment. Almost simul taneously with Mr. ' ...

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 December 1906

7 APT llWfiW , THR FALLS C\TV \ TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 2 ! , 1906. Xi < * > V < S5 tl 9 o For thirty years this store has offered special inducements to buyers of Christmas Gifts and we are ) | glad to say that this year surpasses all our former efforts in supplying the wants of everyone in new and $ original novelties of highest quality , widest choice and fairest prices , which gives an excellent opportunity for satisfactory buying that no one can afford to miss. We carry everything that would make suitable gifts such as Toilet sets in Stag , Silver , EbonyLeather , f Celluloid , Painted China Lamps and an endless variet } ' of Toys for the little folks. We have the. latest Cop3'rightand a good selection in Gift Books. earanxEonoxri bLrucH " UKOra West Sid © Court House Square < * x ! XXX OHIO S K. KnMey and family entertained Noah Peck and f unity Miiinlay Ed Xorn entertained his brother Frank and wife Wednesday. John Finck and family wore guest of Wm. Huettner S...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 December 1906

* w < * * WFT" " " " " ' A - 1ST- 8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 21 , 1906 f THE FALLS ITY JHH | kni fcwH mm mi mkwmm mm mimm mmm § ifca is one of the institutions that is daily adding to the pay roll and building up of Falls City. Since its erec = tion it has kept a large force of men employed and is a matter of pride to our people. Not only is the value of its products known and appreciated in this city , but large orders are daily filled for neighboring towns. Patronize Home Institutions and you Increase your own Bank Account. IS THE VERDICT OF THOSE WHO ARE USING Crown The brands maiiufacLuretl by P. 5. lleacock & Son. No heavy bread or weighty biscuits from the above brands. Also headquarters for Corn Meal , Buck wheat Flour , Breakfast Foods and all kinds of Mill Feed. It IS ClISO WOrth WhiiC tO MClltiOfi ! ! la * wecarry tne lest grades of COAL , both in the Hard and Soft varieties. Remember that we also do a General Grain and Live Stock business. Give ou...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 December 1906

THE FALLS CITY UNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , DlsCEHBER 28 , 1906. Whole No. 155 R Married. At the residence of the bride's parents , Peter Lear and wife , on Sunday December 28rd at ! ) :30 : o'clock a. m. , oecured a very quiet home wedding' , when Miss Sadie Gray of this city , and Joseph A. Mitchell of Hum- boldt were united in marriage by Rev. T. A. Lindemneyer , pastor of the Christian church. Only immediate relatives and a few very near friends were pres ent at the ceremony. The bride has a lovable dis position and has many friends in this city. The groom is an industrious young man and is now employed on the C. B & Q. railroad with headquarters at Wytnore. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell left the tirst of the week for Wymore followed by the best wishes of their numerous friends. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. "Win. Palmer in our cityon Tues day evening. December 25 , at 6 o'clock , their daughter , Miss Bertha E. M. Palmer , was united in marriage to Mr. Charles Bald ...

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 December 1906

n THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 28 , 1906 THE KICKER. For the boncllt of tlio kicker , 1 wish to cxi > lnn ! n few thiiiKS to the Kcnornl publtr for tlicir cnrofnl consideration. Sotno Imvo boon ( MirsliiK tliu oily n < l ministrntlon , wliilo others pourr-l forth tlit'lr words of bltloriipss upon the help at the plant for there beiutf no lights for u Cow nights. Homo thought. Unit if wo weic noiiitf to dose down Saturday nljht | , we nhonlil linvo Klvon tliom notU'o so they might Imvo prepared lamps forllie iironsion. Now yon know jnst di inni'h about wliou niiu'lilnory is Koinnto lm ak or cause trouble as wo < lo , so why didn't you lot UR know NO wo might have been like wisopropnrcd. Miifhlnory breaks many times without giving nny one n inonionls wnrnlng find in mnny onaes without iipimroutly any i-ause whatever over , so what arc you going to do when your engine breaks and you have only tlio one : repair it. of course as speedily ns possible jnst the same a...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 December 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 28 , 1906 $ .5 GO SEWING MACHINES * ' ' ' ' ' ' > ' Cr. Ji rnn' ' hw arm machines to be- run by hand lot the u ' a > AinT.rjtn < nan i1 ' ari not worth the money asked. N'I , 'U Lie * n" 5 AirtU-tt is the finest sewing machine you ever saw and it cc'f * tcitatn-m r rt . v than many cheap pift.r v 'i -l\p 1 m.1,1 ffcrcJb' agents. i hf : " 3 . i , f .1 1 1a 1 .ag d i n inJ beauti- rellyii < < > lucoioro ilw raochani on an enttrHnnv " i POS..II- principle io S that al ! tfoth the thinn to Hi ? , hicif. ' , : can be u nd , sewed. Hard ened tool st-el is used throughout so that it will practically \\aar forever. All the bright exposed parls are heavily nickel phtcd over copper , the most dunblc finish Known. The nickel is given a 1'igh mirror finish. The Barilctt niakea the celebrated lock stitch which absolutely cannot become unraveled and will never pivc away. It hii positive r.ik up , disc tension , capped needle ! > , r....

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 — 28 December 1906

fiR < ' 'rc jflirX'T i'y ? * * ! y mfiR THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 28 , 1906. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered as second-class matter a1 FalU City , Nebraska , peat oflicc , Jatnt ary 12 , 1W4 , under the Act of t'ouprc . > of'March 3 , 1ST1) . PuMUhed every Kridtiy at KalU < U > N'ebrankn. by The Trilitine Publishing Compuny E. F. Slttvrls , One year . l.ntw Six n'onthn w Three months. TELEPHONE 226. OUR CITY ADAUNISTRATICN One is so prone to take the good things for granted and tc kick at tilings unsatisfactory thai public ofliciuls receive but indif ferent and insufficient praise foi the labor performed or the re sults accomplished. Mayor Barrett makes a finan cial statement in this week's issue that speaks volumes lor himself and the city council and the good work done by them during the past months , yet we we have heard not one word about our city administration but a few kicks on the light plant. The linnnres of the city ar9 in most excellent shape ;...

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 — 28 December 1906

THE FALLS Cl'l Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 28 , 1906 LOCAL LORE Eat Sowlcs' candy. Stella Scliock is home from Stella. Nelle Weaver was down from Vcrdoti Friday. Ernest Werner was a Ilumboldt visitor Sunday. KOK RUNT : Two steam heated rooms over the state bank. Elta Moose is home from the University for the holidays. Sweet cider by the barrel , key : or gallon at Ileck's feed store. Kay Miller and wife spent Sun day with her parents at Ilum boldt. ( lay Crook is home from the University for a two week's vaca tion. tion.P. P. W. Samuelson was up from Kansas City the fore part of this week. Ada Judy and Norma Gentry left the last of the week for St. Joseph. _ _ Jesse Whetstinc and wife went to Washington , Kansas to spend their Christinas. Kay Gould and wife of Omaha spent Christmas with P. S. Ilea- cock and family. Stanley Crook was here from Lincoln in order to spend Sun day with his family here. George Dietsch and family of Hastings are spending the week with relatives at this p...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 December 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 28 , 1906. WORTH WHILE The average promise is like the Ben Davis apple looks flue , but no good. A boy is the foundation on vrhirh a man is built , and a good foundation is everything. Working down town has done more for the girls than make them independent : Jthastaught ( hem the art of dressing quickly. It too often happens that the only flowers mother gets are those strewn on her grave. Do you crowd your way through the world , and make a lot of unnecessary trouble ? Don't answer off hand , but think it over. And don't take your own opinion entirely ; think it over and decide what your acquaint ances would say in answer to the question. Anyone who makes .mnecessarv trouble in this vorleli is a criminal. There is enough trouble that cannot be avoided. We all think we have a lot , 'iore coming to use than \se ever rfcl. rfcl.No No doubt many married men .onlinue in love , but not in that violent manner that affects the appetite. Do you pro...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 December 1906

THE PALLS CIl > TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 28 , 1906. CHAPTER I. It all depends iiixia the manner of your cntrnncc to the Castle of Adven ture. One does not Imvo to scale Its | beetling parapets or assault Its scarps i and frowning bastions : neither is one obliged to force with clamor and blar ing trumpets and glittering gorgets the drawbridge and portcullis. Rather I the pathway lies through one of those ] many little doors , obscure , yet easily ' accessible , latchless and boltless , to ' which the average person gives no , particular attention , and yet which in- j variably lead to the very heart of this i Castle Delectable. The whimsical chatelaine of this enchanted keep is a ahy goddess. Circumspection has no part in her affairs , nor caution , nor practicality : nor does her eye linger j upon the dullard and the blunderer. I Imagination solves the secret riddle , , and wit Is the guide that leads the ] seeker through the winding , bewildering - ' ing labyrinths. And ther...

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 — 28 December 1906

far , rf.r > . * . , , - 8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 28 , 1906 I $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest - HenSmith * est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining ; counties , cheap homes in the L LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. J OHIO Frank Pi. k > .m fioni T'em , last Thursday , to u two w-oka vacation t horn- Mrr A. K. KnKoly ciuertiiiiifd bar itter. Mis ? Hennu Hrlm , Sunday. Mrr. O , A Hut * spout Thnrduy in FnlM'ity , with her dtinghter , Mrs. Fred Cheloy. Perrv Shatlor , wlfo and little daiigh- \ir \ wore visitor ? at the home of F. M. Stump and wife. Sunduy. Ada and Kutlo Shoinu visited with their sister , Grace. Sunday. Mrs. Gee Peck wu a guest of Mrs. \f. \ Peek last Friday. Guy Llchty spent Christum * with III * brother Frank. John Nolto and wlfo were enter tained at the home of Wm. Iluoitnur oo Sunday. H. A. Durk and family were iru st of the former's parents ; , Sunday. Shorty Llppold of Falls City , wna a fuest of Wi...

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 — 4 January 1907

fit THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . , . . , , , Vol. Ill FALLS CITY NEBRASKA FRIDAY JANUARY 4 1907. Whole No. 156 Died. Jesse Denton Kay son of Alex and Eliza Ray , was born in Tennessee Sept. Oth 1870. Liv ed there until he was , about ten years old when lie removed with his parents to Richardson county , growing to manhood around Palls City. About the age of 18 he went to Indian Territory where he resided for a time , then he went from there to Las Animas. Colorado where he resided for about seven years or until about one and one half year ago. Since which time he has made his home with his sis ter , Mrs. H. Mosena. He was engaged at various occupations while in Indian Territory and was a sheep feeder while in Colorado. About three years ago he took sick with La Grippe which was followed by pneumonia from which he never fully recovered. This finally developed into consumption with other compli cations. The last half year he was un able to lie down to sleep. He slept for the last three mo...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 January 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 4 , 1907 Poisoning Gophers. An Iowa subscriber writes asking for a method of destroy ng pocket gophers , which are working freely in his meadow. The North Dakota Experi ment Station issued a bulletin some time since on this subject , in which they recommended the following : "Bring a quart of vinegar to * ' ' boiling , add one ounce of strych- V nine , stir with a stick until lully dissolved , then add six quarts of hot water , pour this on twenty pounds of wheat or corn and allow to stand for about eighteen hours , or until the solution is entirely absorbed , but the mass must be frequent ly stirred vigorously so that it Vill become uniformly saturated with the poison. The grain should now be spread out to dry Khere it cannot be reached by animals or children , for you have a highly poisoned grain. Now dissolve six pounds of sugar in six quarts of water and boil until one gallon remains , then allow to cool. When cold add a teaspoonful of a...

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 — 4 January 1907

THE FALLS CI'IY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 4 , ISO ? SEWING-MACHINES 19 t ' v I \i\ Mail Order Houses are small , low arm machines to bo run by hand I or t < u " of aiiy Ari"iian voman , they arc not worth the money asked. i iu > \o : > . o I ill Dealing Hartlctt is the finest sewing machine you oversaw andit t i- , -i iit cost am more money than many cheap ; i.r. v u nlshd machine i offered by agents. ' 1 hf head ia of a pleasing design and beauti- lill I. iisht din colors The mechanism is made ci it. ontirfly new and 1 ' .tne principle i'iat ii ! c i h Irom 1 e thiuni'st l < ih'j t'nchcst tinbe > sih sewed. Hard * mud tool steel ia used 'i roughout so that it will p . .icticallyear forever. U the bright exposed parts aio heavily nickel plated over copper , thp most durable finish i tio\\n. The nickel is given a high nurror finish. The Bartlctt makes the celebrated look stitch which absolutely cannot Eccotne unraveled and \\ill never give av/ay. It hai positive takeu...

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 — 4 January 1907

r i THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 4 , 1907 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered as second-class matter a Falls City , Nebraska , post office , Janu ary 12 , VXM , under the Act of Congress ' of'Mnrch 3 , 187' ) . Published cvcrv Friday at FatUOUv , Xcbraiku , by The Tribune I'llbllshinj ! Compivny K. F. Sbtvrls , One year $1.00 Six ii'oilthK - Throe inoiillis - TELEPHONE 2.2.6. THE GOSPEL OF DISCONTENT. "The man who is satisfied with things as they arc , never makes them better. Doing today just what he did -and this just yesterdayand year what he did last dead to the opportunities around him ; he rests and rusts - the self satisfied worker. Discontent is the never-ceasing current ol reproach that refuses to let the stream of energy pause and stagnate. It counteract inertia ; vanishes smug satisfac tion ; jeers at 'little' achievement. Discontent is the generator o iution. It conceives and fosters all incentive. It prods the lag gard : spurs the incompetent : stimulates the sm...

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 — 4 January 1907

THE FALLS Cl'l Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 4 , 1907 LOCAL LORE fiat Sowlus' candy. The holidays arc over , newt t to work. .lames Muddox was up from Preston Monday. The ice men are beginning1 to wwur a worried look. Sweet cider by the barrel , keg or gallon at Heck's feed store. VOK RUNT : Two steam heated rooms over the state bank. J. W. Watson of Houston. Tex as is now a reader of the Trib- tmc. HJithia Houck is visiting with friends at Kinsley , Kansas this week. Robert Johnston arrived from Superior for a visit with relatives at this place. Anna Tubach on route three was a pleasant caller at this office Saturday. Harry Sage and wife of Lin coln are visiting relatives here and south of town. If it is your desire to start the new year just right call and sub scribe for The Tribune now. The water wagon is a little crowded just now. but there will be ample room in a short time. Cicorge Jones spent Monday with his parents , returning to his work near Reserve the same eve ning. Georg...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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