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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 January 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 4 , 1907 Sam D. Cox Killed. Sunday's State Journal gives the following account of the tragic ending of u well spent 15f > . S.umu'l IX Cox whosp fntlicr WHS . 'iif of the early settlers of Kich- . rdson county and still resides at Ituniboldt. was a well known factor in republican politics and newspaper circles of this state l < > r nianv years past. His sad inding comes as a shock to hi > rumerous friends throughout tlic * > tatc and especially so to the triends of the family , in this county : Samuel U. Cox , editor of the Minatarc Sentinel , founder of the Lincoln Daily Call , was shot and instantly killed tonight at 5:15 o'clock by 13. S. Kennison , land lord of the Knterpri.se hotel. A < crininngc ; took place between the men on the street. After a short sen file , Mr. Kenimon is -aid to have pulled a gun from his pocket and fired three shots All of them look effect. The killing is regarded at > cold- 1) ooded in eve...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 January 1907

THE FALLS CITi' TR1BUNB , FRIDAY , JANUARY 4 , 1907. CHAPTER II. . If * ' . After halt nn hour's wandering about I stumbled across a curio-shop , a weird , dim and dusty , musty old iiirio-shop , with stuffed peacocks hanging from the ceiling , and skulls and bronzes and marbles , paintings , lirrnished jewelry and ancient armor , rare books of vellum , small arms , tapestry - ostry , pastimes , plaster masks , and musical Instruments. I recalled to mind the shop of the dealer In an tiquities In Balzac's La Peau de Cha- r.rin , and glanced about ( not without a shiver ) for the fatal ass's skin. (1 ( foigot that I was wearing it myself that night ! ) I was something of a collector of antiquities , of the inani mate kind , and for a time I became lost In speculation speculation rather - or agreeable of its kind. I liked to oonjure up in fancy the various Mcenes through which these curiosi ties had drifted In ihelr descent to this demi-pawnshop ; the brave men and beautiful women , th...

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 — 4 January 1907

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 4 , 1907 C. $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest - Henry Smith . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. STELLA. Miss MnuJ Montgomery win one of the judges at the Yoiinir Women's Christian Temperance Union Oratori cal content at Uawon , one ovcnlng liitt week. Miss Oamuile Hall of Vunlon , ! the now teacher , taking the place of Mrs. T. G. Wilson , who has resigned. Will O'Brien and John Holland attended - tended a dance at Dawson on Now "Years eve. The ladles of the Research club gave Now Year party at thu homo of 1 W. Harrlfi on Monday ovonlnc. Between forty and fifty people were In attend- nncc. Jasper Kipling , who lived northwest of town , fell from a load of lumber last Thursday evening , and died almost in- fitontaneously , the wagon wheel passIng - Ing over tils head. Ho was coming home from Auburn , and the accident Is r...

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 — 11 January 1907

'v- < * ' llt torltfi l t THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. IV FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY II , 1907. Whole No. 157 Death Record. On Sunday , December . ' ! 0th , occurred the death ot the oldest person residing in Morrill. Kan sas , when Samuel E. Springer passed through the valley 6f Death. The deceased was an uncle of Otho Wachtel and Mrs. Sue DeWald of this city , and had several acquaintances in this city who will mourn his de- raise. The following was taken from the Merrill News. Samuel E. Springer was born in Washington Co. , Md. April 8tb 1815. Died at the home of his daughter , Mrs. D , B. Royer , in Merrill , Sunday , December JiOth 1900. He was married to Susan Catherine Power in 1848. Eleven children were born. to them , three having died in in fancy. In 1872 he moved to Illinois. His wife died in 1877. He came to Kansas in 1881 and settled in Brown Co. where he lived until his death. He was a tailor by trade , which trade he followed for many years. He lived ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 January 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 11 , 1907 Death of J. D. Harrison , J. D. Harrison sr. . a pioneer citizen of soiitlica-storn part of the state and father of the Harrison brothers of this iit\ , passed away at Ins home at 111 West Tenth street last evening stt 7 o'clock. The funeral will take place from the residence to morrow afternoon at 2 o'cloik. Kov. Mr. Wright of the Trinity M. 1C. church officiating. Tlic deceased was 70 years of a jc. In his last hours Mr. Harrison was surrounded by all but one of his family of seven sons and four daughters the absent one arriv ing a few minutes after the end. He had been fatally ill with heart disease and dropsy for some lime , and his death had been momentarily expected for more than twenty-four hoursHis wife survives him. Mr. Harrison came from a sturdy family of seven sons , and curiously enough leaves seven strong sons to mourn his death. He was born on the shores of Oneida lake , in New York , 70 3'ears ago. When a boy he re ...

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 — 11 January 1907

THE FALLS CITV TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY n , 190 ? THE LIBRARY CONTEST W A number of business tlrms in Falls If C Ity , including The Tribune , have ar ranged for a voting contest to bo entered Into by Richardson county sahools.ehuri'bes , Sunday schools , soci eties , lodges , literary associations , or any other regularly organized bodies , the prizes to be an excellent library of " 50 volumes , valued at * 030.00. The Horary will be absolutely free of cost to the winners , and it doesn't cost thu ? oters ikuvthlnir to vote. When you make a purchase for cash , or payu ' ) iUf the firm with which you arc tran sacting business will give you a ticket , 'illed out with the number of votes to which you are entitled. You write in the name of the organization for which jou desire to vote , sign the ticket , and deposit it in the ballot box , according : o a plan outlined below. THU LIST OF HOOKS The following publications constitute the library : 10 vol. consolidated Ency. Library , J m...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 January 1907

If 4 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY n , 1907 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered as second-class matter a * Kails City , Nebraska , post onlcc , Janu ary 12 , W04 , under the Act of ConKrc.ss of'Mnrch 3 , 187' ) . Published every Friday at falls City. Xcbruakn. by The Tribune I'lllillshinj ! Company E. F. Shtvris , Mana/lcr One . year - - Six months Three tnontliH TELEPHONE 226. THE LILLIE PARDON. In pardoning Mrs. Iillic , who \vis serving a life sentence for immlerintf her husband , Gov. Mickey far exceeded his rights and placed a distorted construc tion upon the pardon law. Mrs. Lillie was convicted before a jury of twelve men. The trial judge after a careful considera tion of all the evidence , denied a motion for a new trial and held the evidence ample to sustain the conviction. The case w a s argued before the Supreme court , all three judges agreeing that the evidence sustained conviction. Upon an application for rehear ing the case was again argued to the Supreme court...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 January 1907

THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY n , 190 ? LOCAL LORE. Eat Sowles' candy. Grace Scars has been very ill for the past few days. J. J. Noah left Saturday for h.s home at St Joseph. P. L. Blakeney was here from Nims City last Friday. James Moouey came up from Rule the last of the week. Sweet cider by the barrel , keg or gallon at Heck's feed store. L/ula Ilaller. of Grand Island. is the guest of her cousin , Freda Scnncr. Examinations are now the in teresting subjects in subjects the school rooms. Florence Wylie returned Sun day to her studies at the state Normal at Peru. John W. Crook was on the St. Joseph market with a load of fine cattle last Tuesday. Sol Marts and wife are visiting at the home of G. N. Camblin and wife , near SeveranceKansas. ' a" Allan D. May , wife and son Edgar Wylie. of Salem , spent Sunday with relatives in this city. Mrs. Joe Coupe of Eflingham , Kansas spent a portion of the past \\eek with friends at this place. Peter Bacakos , proprietor of the Ca...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 January 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY n , 1907 WILLIAM J. BRYAN I . And The Democratic Party , li In Wmhlnjrlnn Po-t.i Suint and sinner , sage and willing , patriot and Irailor , statesman and deinaf.rof.ruc the Democratic parly is of all of these. That is why it is immor tal. Hcanlhinlc and express more palnotism in a moment than the Republican party can entertain in a year ; it can gen- crate and harbor more honesty in a second than the Republican parly could practice in a cen tury. It is human , mixed vir tues and trunsgres-ions , and that is what makes so many of us love it. It can be Sir Roger tie Coverly and it can be Daniel Quilp. It can be Col. Ncwcome and can be 'Squire Western , it can be Philip Sidney and it can be Oapt. Kidd. It can be , and is , everything but a Pharisee and a parvenu. It it could be either of these it would be the only political organization in this country. Well , 111 is Democratic party is tixing to do its grand ( | uad- renniel stunt oi hara-kar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 January 1907

THE FALL * CD , TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY nt 1907. CHAPTER III. When they glVO 5ou a mask at a ball they also glvo you the key to all manner of folly and Impudence. Even Itlupld people b como witty , and the . witty become correspondingly daring. For all I knew , the Blue Domino at > py side might bo Jones' wife , or Brown's or Smith's , or even Green's ; but so long as I was not certain , It ( mattered not In what direction my whimsical fancy took me , ( It Is true that ordinarily Jones and Brown and Smith and Green do not receive In- jvitallons to attend masquerades at j fashionable hunt clubs ; but some how they seem to worry along with- put these equivocal honors , and pros per. Still.there are persons In the HWlm named Johries and Smytho and Browne and Greene. Pardon this parenthesis ! ) As I recollected the manner In which I had self-invited the pleasure of my company to this carnival at the niankshlre Hunt club , I smiled behind my mask. Nerves ! I ought to have been a pr...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 January 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 11 , 1907 $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest - Henry Smith est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. STELLA. Ofoar Mii-oii U wry "lok uthi home north of town with lung fever. Dick Scott , A soldier in the regular army stationed at Leaven.vorth , ipont l& t week with hi- brother Claude , at this , plnee. Louis Cupp , a former Stella boy but now n bill clerk for the National Bis cuit company of Chicago , has boon upending the past two week ? with Stella relatives. Mrs. Francis Hlnklo has been visit- Ht ) relative , " tit Abilene , Kansas , for F the past week. f Maude Graham und Floy Grlnstuud | ol Falls City were the guests of Stella I friends a few days last week. On Friday - , day evening n party wore given at the home of Florence Wheeler , and on ? Saturday evening Eunice Buskins rfuvo ! a supper for them at the Overman | hot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 January 1907

FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. IV FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 18 , 1907. Whole No. 158 Obituary. Mrs. Ann E. R. Reavis was born in Beardstown , Illinois March 1 , 1885 and died at Guthrie - rie , Oklahoma January 9 , 1907 , aged 71 years , 10 months and 8 days. In 1852 she was united in mar riage to Mr. Daniel Reavis , a brother of Judge Reavis and Mr < . Roy of our city. They resided lor some years in Illinois. In I860 they came to Palls City , where the husband Mr. Daniel Reavis engaged in business till bis death in 1872. Nine children were born to them all are deceased but two sons , viz : Mr. Daniel Reavis of Kansas Oity , Mo. , and Mr. Lo. gan Reavis of Redding , Califor nia. Mrs , Reavis located in Guthrie - rie in 1890 and resided there un til death. She was converted and united with theM. E. church at the early age of 14 years and lived a faithful life. She was a member of the W. C. T. U. . the W. R. C. and the Eastern Star. The funeral services were held from the ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 January 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 18 , 1907 Flagged The Train. While taking his cows to pas lure , Monday , C. L. Maxcey , one of the prominent citizens t-f Qlenrock precinct. had occasi 'i to cross tin- Missouri P.icHi tracks near the hiij cut IIM' miles northwest of the cit\ On his way across he discovered thatoneof the rails \\as broken , Kealifciner wliat a perilous thing this was , he look his ted handkerchief out ot his pocket and tied it to a switch. 11 v placed the impromptu danger signal in the middle of the track and started olT in search of the section foreman to notify him of his discover } ' , lie had not pro. ceeded far when he heard the whistle of the locomotive pull ing the local freight and he hur. ried back to the dangerous rail , got his flag and flagged down the freight. The Engineer pulled - ed his train over it very cauti ously. Mr. Maxey then though t of the south bound passenger train which would be along in a short time and waited until that made its...

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 — 18 January 1907

THE FALLS Cl'l Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 18 , 190 ? Public Sale of Poland Chinas 1 will otl'er nl Public Half vat my farm , six miles south of Daw- vim , Nebrnbkn , Wednesday. January 23 , 1907 Commencing at 1:150 : o'clock p. in. 30 Brood Sows 30 . Full Blooded Poland Chinas This consignment will consist of 27 Sprinc Gilts , - yearlings' and 1 two years old. Spring uilts sired by Expansion Chief 42100 and "Willse's Tecmnseli 517081. They are the large kind with big bones , enl of as good blood as the breed produces , as inspection will prove. A lot of better bucks and hams seldom goes through the sale ring. | j Come and see before sale. We always welcome visitors. All sows cun be registered. Breeding certificates furnished with pedigree. If sows should not prove to be safe in pig. breeding service will be free if returned within six weeks. Sale under cover. Write for catalogue. TERMS OF SALE Cash , or eight months time on bankable notu bearing seven | iur cent Inter est from dat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 January 1907

tr THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 18 , 1907 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNI Entered an sccotul-clas.s innttcf n Kails City , Nebraska , post oft'icc , Jam arv 12 , l'X)4 ) , under the Act of Centres of March 3 , 1879. Published every Friday at Kails pit ) Nebraska , by The Tribune Publishing Company E. F. Slmrls , Man jcr ( One year ? 1.C Six month * . . - - , fi Three months. .J TELEPHONE 2.2.6. A nc\v subscription for Tli Tribune counts ten votes on th library contest. Bill McCray threatens to re Hold your breath h might not do it. It is good to hear the politi cian kick as he walks to the littl window and says to the age til " ( live me a ticket to Lincoln. " Now that the Government ha let the contract for building th Panama canal may we not expec one William McCray to take th matter up with the war depart inent and show how it should b done. . Frank Shubert , Cass Jones am Albert Staldcr are fully justify iiitf the confidence of their friends These { jfentlcmen arc in constan ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 January 1907

THE FALLS Cl'I V TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 18 , iPO ? LOCAL LORE Eat Sowles' candy. OL. . Schmick was over from Hiawatha Tuesday.1 John Oswald made a business trip to Stella Sunday. Win. Riley was down from Dawson Friday afternoon. W. D. Easley was up from Kansas City Saturday last. Chris Horn has our thanks for one dollar on subscription. J. C. Tanner made a business trip to Stella the past Friday. Sweet cider by the barrel , keg 01 gallon at Heck's feed store. Fleming : Robb of Verdon spent Sunday with friends at this place. Among the Monday visitors in this city was Harry Linn of Ver don. W. II. Wheeler came down from Stella Saturday evening for a brief visit. Col. M. W. Harding was down irotn Humboldt in a business way Tuesday morning. Mrs. J. L. Bentley. of Deadwood - wood , is the guest of her sister , Mrs. E. G. Whitford. Lime Maddox was called to Preston Tuesday by the serious illness of her mother. Fred DeWald spent Sunday 'with his sister , Mrs. Samuel Stew art , at Reser...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 January 1907

BT 6 THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 18 , 1907 A Pnradisc Lost IIY 1.- GMOltKKIA. . 1 wns nn unwilling witness of that most idyllic of love scenes in n garden that was in itsell an idyll. idyll.The The murmur of voices from the path , immediately outside the en trance to the pergola , where 1 was lounging , was the first intimation - ' * " timation I received that someone besides myself had discovered this fragrant corner of that most lovely garden. It was a man's voice that spoke hrst in French , ea cr , impetuous , and , as 1 imagined , youthful. "Ueloved , " he said , "is it true ? Are yon sure ? Will love .be enough ? " "Enough:1' : ' The answer evi ' dently came from a girl ; the tones | were so fresh , so clear , but with s a penetrating sweetness in them. j "If yon knew how tflad how * glad 1 am that 1 am free to choose I love , to follow my heart ! hove * is enough. " The last words were very Dimply said , but they held a depth ot meaning that made my foolish old h...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 January 1907

THE FALLS C1TV TR1BUNL- , FRIDAY , JANUARY 18. 1907. CHAPTER IV. In other words , wo had departed the ttccne of festivities none too soon. I could readily understand why thodooi * Imtl lioen locked ; It was nojto keep us in the cellars ; rather It was to prevent any one fiom leaving the l > nll room by that route. Evidently our absence had not been noticed , nor had any seen our pieclpitato ' fl ht. 1 sillied gratefully. For several minutes we stood silent and motionless on the landing. At length I boldly struck a matcli. The llrst thing that greeted my blinded ; aze was the welcome \islo'n of a lit- lie shelf lined with steward's candles. One of these 1 lighted , and two others I stuffed Into the pocket ott.my , ' . . - - puchln's gown. Then we tiptoed noftly down the stairs , the gil tug ging fearfully at my sleeve. There was an earthly smell. It was damp and cold. Miles and miles away ( so it seemed ) the pale moonshine lilteied through a cobwcbbed winder. It was ghostly ; but...

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 — 18 January 1907

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 18 , 1907 $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual lnter = Henry C. Smith . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. HUMBOLDT. Frank Ri-t wa 11 visitor in Lincoln Ibis week. H. A. Mann bnreturneil from a visit with friemU In Kansas. J. T , Jonas ami wife art-spending thu week with friends at Ed cr. Jessie Lydlck is now urn ployed as operator In the telephone olllce Jos. Graves anil wife returned Tues day from n visit with relatives at Seward - ard , Okliihainu. Gco. Schmel/.ol and wile of Fulls City were guests of Iluinboldt friends the laet of the week. Mrs. Rudolph Hinxda of Table Rock visited the last of the week with rela tives in this city. Ed Vance who hns been visaing his mother in this city , returned to Have- lock the first of the week. Dr. Spnlding of Omaha was called to this city Sunday to examine what proved - od to bo a case of dl...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 January 1907

lllMnrlral Noddy * t 4 ' J * THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. IV FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 25 , 1907. Whole No. 159 The Contest. The voting for the splendid library to be given away by sev eral ot our local merchants and The Tribune is getting very spirited. The Odd Fellows and Elks are in the lead but the con. vent and the library have madt wonderful gains in the last week and will bear watching. Through an unfortunate mistake we credited the Presbyterian church votes to the Preston church last week , but proper credit is given this week. The following is the vote uj ; to Tuesday night : ' Elks 12,014 5.0. O.F 12,201 Convent 7,331 Library 3,095 Uigh School 2,40 ; Central school -,03 ( Presbyterian church 157 ; Highlanders 1.1" ! Christian church 701 Knights & Ladies 511- W. O. W OK A.O. U. W 1,03' M.V. . A 50 ! Uion church 731 Urcthcrn church I4i K. of P 12-i M. E. church M School district No. 23 16 ! School district No. 79 4- Vcnloii high school IK School district N...

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