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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 January 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 2s , 1907 OHIO O. H. Prlchard and wife prnt Sun- ilny ut S'at , Anxlcr * . Chas. Slump and wlfttof Stransvlilf , were guest ? of the ItiUor * parents S in < lny eronlnjr. E. T. IVck vvus ti truest of hi * brother 1.L > . Perk nonr npserro , lviin us , Siin- ilny , Frank Cook and wifu it'turncd fr.im Missouri lust Wednesday where tln-y had went on a Inistov.'s l.Mp. Gco. Prlcharil uud fntnlly spunt Sun- ilny in Vcrclon the ciiG ts of Wm. Conk nnd fainilj' . Rev. Urower and fiunlly spent Sun day at the hoinu of Wallace Cnlley'p. Noah Pock wont to Morrlll , Kansas last Thursday to visit his eons who 11 vo down there II returned home Satur day. day.Wm. Wm. Ilurstinuii 1 ? building an addi tion to lilsresldiM.ee. Guy Llehty and wlfo and ( 'Heater Stump and family visited at Frank Monty's Sunday. Mesdamcs Gco. Shousc , O. A Hurk , Geo. Johnston , N. H. Hurnworth and N. Peck wore very pleasantly enter tained at the home of Mrs. P. E. Shaf fer...

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 — 25 January 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 25 , 19(17 ( THE LIBRARY CONTEST A number of business firms in Fulls ( . 'My , including The Tribune , have nr- Q. ranged for u voting contest to bo " * Jr antorcd Into by Richardson county " * * ' schools , churches , Sumluy school ? , soel- j e'.lcs. lodges , literary associations , or $ any other regularly organized bodies. ho prizes to bo an excellent library of iiil ) volume ? , valued , it fOSO.OO. The " library will bo absolutely free of cost " , ; r so the winners , and it dee n't cost the voters anything to vote. When you * aiuka a purchase for cash , or pay a " 111 , the Ilrm with which jou arc trim- -acting business will give you a ticket , tolled out with the number of vote ? to which you are entitled. You write in * hu name of the organization for which you desire to vote , sign the ticket , and deposit it in the ballot box , according TO si plan outlined below. run MST OF HOOKS The following publications constitute Jlio library...

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 — 25 January 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 25 , 1907 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered as second-class matter at Kails City , Kcbraslta , post ofllcc , Janu ary 12,1W4 , tinder the Act of Congress of March 3 , 1870. Published every 1'riilay at Tails City , Nebraska , by The Tribune I'ulillsliinK Company K. F. Sharts , One year. . . SI.00 Six mouths . . . - < > 0 Three months . . . . .35 TELEPHONE 226. William McCrav seems to be suffering fro"1 C ° M * cct * Don't be afraid to telephone vour news items to The Tribune. Senator Spooner seems to have thken Tillman's pitch fork and broke it off in him. -4 i. 1.1. . That fellow never "stands latched , " said a member of the board after listening to his bridge talk on the morning after. A Kulo man boasts that lie never speaks cross to his wife. That's nothing Falls City has a man who never speaks to his wife at all. a Bill McCray is on the Journal's | ,1 roll of honor. We are mercifully inclined but we will have to con- less that IJill d...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 January 1907

THE FALLS Cll Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 25 , 1907 LOCAL LORE Eat Sowles' candv. W. Lewis of Omaha , spent Sun day in the city. The little son of Elmer Heiser ison the sick list this week. Dr. Houston was called to Ver don Sunday in a professional way. Alex Tiehen , jr. , was a Falls City business visitor on Saturday. Sweet cider by the barrel , keg or gallon at Heck's feed store. Mason ShurtleiT of Humboldt , was the guest of Dick Malony on Sunday. | Roy Meltof Sabetha is the guest of his uncle , John Powell , this week. Mrs. Basil Boyle went to Ne braska City on Saturday return- 3ng Monday. Jim Fisher of Hastings was a ucst of Ralph Jenne Friday and Saturday of last week. Dr. Gaudy of Humboldt was n Falls City business visitor on Saturday of last week. Charles Humphrey and wife of Verdon , were guests of George Abbott and wife on Sunday. If you want good job printing done call us up. If the work isn't satisfactorj' call us down. John Gilligan is in Missouri in personal charge of...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 January 1907

HE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 25 , 1907 , ith ,1 I . , , . , ! . . . 111- V , r.t.J. IK c No. 20' I , libel nt Washington J i't i 11 Fresh Roasted Coffee ? ball Arbucklcs' was the first roasted packaged coffee. aged Mother didn't use fresh roasted coffee , ' The pores of each coffee berry arc scaled she had Arbucklcs. after roasting with fresh eggs and granulated The way to get a good cup of codec thai sugar to hold the goodness in and make the j lattcs like Codec with all tlic delicious flavor coffee settle clear and quickly ; an actual appli and aroma intact , is to buy a package of the cation by machinery , of " Mother's" methods 't old original Atbucklcs' ARIOSA Codec , and as patented by this firm. grind > t as you want to use it , first warming it a little to SolJ only in pactcagei , Kiltd for the coiuumfri * protection , eonuining one pounu full weight. Salri ( or 37 yciri eiecrd the combined ulei tf ill llw otKer pictiml the flavor and make the grinding . Codec...

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 — 25 January 1907

f"WTO. . * ' " " „ . " - , /S- - * - Jj. f n"r * TrT"7.F""T W "Tv" . " " "r ' ' ' "Wj& ypilptm , " , . . > ! " / vj ' r yv "V rt i ' ' "pjKWlTS , " % , „ „ - i . > , < .i , wi . , i * , - r " n " , * . - T" . -JK ' ; ' THE FALLS CH . TR1BUNB , FRIDAY , JANUARY 25 , 1907. CHAPTER V. There was a clicking sound , auil the glare of .1 dark-lantern struck my blinking eyes. "Pick up the canilk1 , sir , " said the tranquil voice from behind the. light. I obeyed readily enough. Fate was downright cruel to us. Xot a dozen feet awny was liberty ; and now we were back at the beginning again , with the end nowliere in sight. "Shall 1 light it , sir ? " I asked , not to be outdone in the matter of formal politeness. "Yes , sir , doubtless you will need it. " I struck a match and touched the candlestick. "Burglar ? " said I. ( For all my ap parent coolness , my heartbeats were away up in the eighties ! ) The girl snuggled close to my side. I could feel her heart beating even faster t...

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 — 25 January 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 2s , 1907 I Henry C. Smith LANDS & LOANS PRESTON H P. Kcitfrr anil J. I ! , shi'lly iiiado u buslne trip to st. , loo. Juil Ciirpcntcr anil Ml > s Mary Rich- Itton of Rulo.vro cullers horu Wet1- nc day. am F < ro of Kansas , WHS a business caller hurc on Wednesday. William , Walter anil Otto Uuigcr of Palls City , attended the bank meeting here on Wednesday. Mrs. Lurabcc was a passenger to Fulls City , Friday. Mr. Green wald of Falls City , attend. oil the bank mooting here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gco. Finnoy and Mrs. Frank Simon of Hulo , were pleasant callers hero on Saturday. sadie Meyers eamo down from Falls City , where shu will remain for the future. w. C. A. Margraves from the weM.a \ vieiting with relatives here. Mr. ami Mrs. Iloss Pyle of Nlms City , arc visiting with relatives hero. Mrs. John Morris returned homo on Monday , from Kulo , Richard Kaiser returned home from itcrllns , Col. , Sunday. Miea sophia suhnlder retur...

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 — 1 February 1907

I HE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. . , , , , . . Vol. IV FALLS CITY NEBRASKA FRIDAY FEBRUARY i 1907. Whole No. 159 Died. Mr. Michael Alexander Frank was born June 21 , 1S21 in Landis , bur , P-i" > and departed this life at Falls City , Nebr. . Jan24th , 1907. aged S5 years. 7 months | and 3 days. He resided in Clear- Geld , Penn. . until ISG'J , when he came to Falls City , Nebr. , Mr. ; Frank was President of the Board of Education at Clearlleld and promincntMn the affairs of that town. He was married three times.4 children survive from his first marriage. 3 daughters and one son. son.In 1877 Mr.Frank was united in marriage to Miss Millie McLane who still survives him. To xhis union one son , Thomaswas born. For about 37 vears Mr. Frank- has resided in Falls City , and for years he was prominently asso ciated with the development of our city. For ' ) / ' - years he held the office as Post Master and later was Justice of the Peace. Ho was one of the oldest mem bers of the I. 0O. . F. and ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 February 1907

$ { Plan Tlic Rotation Now , While it may seem rather oar Jy to begin discussing farm crops of 1U07 , it is nevertheless a fact tliat it is not only the best tinu for such discussions but it is nlso time to hi'gin some of the actual work cuiuu'Cted with the production of the crop. ' 1 hrotigh the winter season many farmers who are perhaps somewhat disappointed - appointed with tlie yield from portions of their farm the pre vious year and who. through reading farm papers and hear ing lectures at the farmers' in stitutes , have determined to adopt a more intelligent system of rotation anil are now planning for it. But there is need at this time even to more tl.an merely plan § for the \vorlc that is to be done next spring. Study out what fields will need a certain crop , and what you will put on the other lieldt ! that go into the scheme of rotation and deter mine in advance the acreage of each crop that you will grow on your farm in l')07. ) Then get busy with the actual work which c...

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 — 1 February 1907

THE PALLS C11Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY I , 1907 THE LIBRARY CONTEST A number of business firmIn Palls ' Hy , including Tin- Tribune , have nr- iMngcd for a voting .content to be entered into by Uiehurdson county " 'Jhools ' , churches , Sundiiv schools , soci eties , loilcos , literary association * , or miy other renultirly organized biuMe ? . the prizes to bo an excellent library of 2'JJ ' volume * , valued at fOuO.OO. The library will bo absolutely free of cost to thu winners , and it doesn't cost thu voter ? anything to vote. When you maku it purolmj-o for cash , or pay a. hill , the linn with which jou are Iran- t sactlng business will give you a tiekct , . i'tlled out with the number of votes to " which you are entitled. You write in the name of the orjanization for which | you desire to vote , slirn the tlekct , and \ deposit it in the ballot box , according "o a plau ouUined below. Tin : LIST OF HOOKS The following publications , eons-titute he. library : 10 vol. consoli...

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 — 1 February 1907

1 . jf 'y V ! ! ! l THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 1 , 1907 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered as v-OM < l-c1a * mattct a Fall * City , Nebraska. | > est ofTici , Jatiu- ry 12 , 1WM , tititier the Act of Congress f March 3. 1879. fwrv Friday m I'alUC'itv Xebranka. by The Trililillc I'tiMlsliinj ! E F. Slmrls , Minuter die year Six month * riiree month * TELEPHONE 226. How inanv New Year's rcsolu- .ions have you kept' ' Are voti playing some favorite in the library contest ? The Trib une is the only newspaper giving votes thereon. The refuse from the vinegar lactory may be a nuisance , but the factory itself isauythinir but a nuisance. The sporting columes of the ilaily press again taken up with base ball gossip , all of which in dicates the near approach of the good old summer time. Won't it be fine when the last now is gone , and all the ice is put up , and the days of spring plowing , green grass and the apple blossoms come again- No ice famine next summer. All the d...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 February 1907

THE FALLS C1IY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY I , 1907 5 4 1907 Monday , February , to Saturday , February 23d In announcing our Annual Februan Sale of such nuTchandisc as enters especially into tin1 nc't-cls ot the housrkecpi-r , we are assured in advance tliat the response will be active and a notable beginning- the year's business. This store has come to be regarded as a safe place to shop. No clap-trap , no schemes , no gifts , no devices to deceive the customer. Nothing but satisfactory mer chandise , at prices that arc right. We claim that the experience of the people of Southeastern Nebraska and Northeastern Kansas is that Lylord is giving the largest measure of satisfaction to the dollar that can be obtained within his territory. An honest comparison of merchandise and prices is asked of those inclined to give their patronage to city or catalogue houses. This Sale afi'ords the economical housekeeper an opportunity to supply the family's wants at a saving that is positive and ea...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 February 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 1 , 1907 A Few Funny Fables. .V M1U ) KKl'KOOr A clergyman was recently an noyed by people talking and srijjghnjr. He paused , looked at the disturbers , and said : " 1 am IS"A atraid to reprove those who misbehave , for this reason. Some years since , as t was preaching , a young nian who sat before me was constantly laughing , talking and making uncouth grimaces. I paused , IS" and administered a severe re buke. After the close of the sermon a gentleman said to me , 'Sir , you have made a grave mistake , that young man is an idiot. ' Since then , 1 have al m ways been afraid to reprove those who misbehave themselves in chapel , lest I should repeat that mistake , and reprove an other idiot. " During the rest of the -ervice there was good order. MA OK' An old colored lady heard about a great magician that was in town and the wonderful things he could do do. So she decided to go and see him. She went t6 the theatre where he was preforming a...

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 — 1 February 1907

* ! TIlL HALLS On I" I RIBUM : , FRIDAY , HUI3RUARY I , 1907. CHAPTER VII. , The consummateelarine of it ! YVh > I the rascal ought to liave been In comj j wand of au army. On the Board cf j Strategy ho would have been Incorr ' jiarablo ! There followed a tableau that 1 I iihall notsoon forget. Wo all btaicii ' ut the real Haggerty much after tin- , fashion of Medusa's victims. Profont ly the tension relaxed , and weall nlilhed. 1 wished because the though. . . < > f jail for the night in a drcss-niili dwindled In iiorspective ; the gl' ! liighcd for the same icason and one o ; ' two other things ; the chief of the \il lage police ami his olllcers sighed bo- i-atiso darkness had suddenly swoopoO , clown on them ; and Hamilton slghcu ' liecause there were no gems. Haj- ijerty was the one among us win ilfdn't sigh , lie scowled blnckly. This big athlete looked like a ( It lectlve , and the abrupt authority pi liis tones convinced mo that he was llaggerty was celebrated In the...

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 — 1 February 1907

TUB FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY I , 1907 $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 It * NDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. HUMBOLDT. Uobn WiUon visited In I'nwnno Cit.V , the pu t week ILK Koil vaon theiek list the last of the week. C L. tlunniH'l wusii iVL'ont vUltorut trie state capltol. Mhs Mamie Kenton win up from Dawfnn , Sunday. L. H. Mann visited In Omiihn , Satiir- day and .Sunday. Union t-urviuus was held ut the fan- ! list church Sunday ovcnlng. Mlse Km inn Frank of Qulnuy , III. , In vUitlnR relativein this vicinity. Mrs. Mary Hlavaty eontomplatea inovlnp to Lincoln , In the near future Frank Snothon attended to business sit Broken Bow , the last of the week. II. F. Guile was unlortnliifr hi * fath- T from Lincoln , the last of tne wook. Orln Honsley of Maywooil , thlsfitatc , Is vlsltlnp former frlutid < ? In this com munity. Esther...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 February 1907

Historical Society 1 Vol. IV PALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , PR1DAY , FEBRUARY 8 , 1907. Whole No. I The Library Contest. The contest seems to have settled down to three competitors - tors , vix : Elks , Odd Fellows and the convent. This count shows the Elks to have materi. ally increased their lead over last week , but the others arc gaining votes very rapidly. A little work will change the score and some surprises are promised by next week : Elks 24,743 ! . O. O. F 22.162 Convent 14,258 Library 5,321 High School 2,092 Central school . ' . . 2,851 Presbyterian church 1,678 Highlanders 2,242 Christian church 940 Knights & Ladies 06 : W. O. W SOC A. O. U. W 1,743 M. W. A 1,32(1 ( Kion church ! M2 ttrcthcrn church ' . . . . 197 K. of P 121 M. E. church 951 " School district No. 23 161 School district No. 79 -14 . Vcrdon high school. . . * . llf School district > Jo. 78 V > School district No. 30 2 : School district No. 24 1(1 ( Preston church KiC business college 'X ! ISvangclic'il ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 February 1907

V THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 8 , 1907 Tlic Service Pension. In rewarding military sem < Ilic record of tlic United St.iti" has been incomparably gcncraic. The service pension net passed IM Mie senate last week will , it is . lima ted by the Philadelphia Lrd ttcr , nITecl HK.OOO men WIOM names arc ulnhidy on tinpensiot rolls and an unknown mnnhi'r o ! veterans not hitherto pennionri under any act. It i > c.stimn'i'r ' that the total ontlav under tin prospective law will I- 15 , ( ) ( ) ( ) , (100 ( pur annum at iirst. Tin beneficiaries must have reailii-d the line of sixty-two or over , and have served ninety days or mem in the militan or naval scrvit , . during the Civil War. 01 sixh dny.s in the late war with Spain. No person who in now rcieivinj ; < > r shall receive hercalter .1 great er pension under any general ot special pension law than lie would be entitled to receive under the pending act shall be pensionable under it The bill grants $12 a month ...

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 — 8 February 1907

THE FALLS Cll Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARYS , 1907 3 THE LIBRARY CONTEST A numVr nfbiHliu * linn * In Full * City , int-lndni ! . ' TinTr bnne , have : u- runped for it ' vntlny euntes-t in In- entered into by KlehtirdrMin county ichools , ehnrrhe > . Sunday school * , -oel- otles. led ri'- , literary n-imelntions. . or any other rotnlarly organized bodies. Ihc prizes to bu an excellent library of -Jo ! ) volume-1 , valued at ftiod.OO. The library will bo nu olutel.\ free of cost : o the winner.anil It doesn't cost the rotors iinrtrtlnir to vote When you 'iiuko ' u piirchiiM * fdien li. or pay a 1)111 , the firm with wtilehou , are tran Mietinp busliuslll iihv jo ticket , illcd out with the number of vote ? to .vblch you aiv rntl'lt'd. You write in the namu of the oivarii/.atlon for which you desire tn vote , -ijn the ticket , and leposlt it In tliD u.iitni box , uei'orillnir o a plnu outlined below. TUT. LIST ot- ' HOOKS The followlii' ' publication- ! constitute "he library : ...

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 — 8 February 1907

ftl' l'- THIS PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 8 , 1907 C i" , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I Kntcral as second-class matter at Kails City , Nebraska , post office , Janti ary 12,1W4 , under tbe Act of ( 'onprcss : > f Mttrch 3 , 1870. Pttblisbed every Kriilny at TnllH C'tty , > Nebraska , by The Tnlnille I'libllsltiniJ Company C K. Sburts , Manajfcr 3i.\- mouths .f > 0 Three months .35 TELEPHONE 226. TWO LITTLE BOYS. This is a really true recital of two of Kails City's little boys. If : t lias moral you must find it. The first part is of a very little ! oy , so little in fact , that it isn't > ery loiifj since he would cuddle in mother's lap and be sutitf to s-'lcep. It may be. mind you , I tlon't say it is. but it may be true that even no.v , when the night comes and the merry eyes grow heavy , he likes to foci her arms about him and hear her vbice low and sweet in his ears. But he jsn't toft little to coast "likety split" and "belly buster. " Not a bit of it. You shou...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 February 1907

THE FALLS Cl 1 Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARYS , 1907 LOCAL LORE. r I3at Sowles' candy. Have you enjoyed the sleigh- Tally Card punchers. Glisten Jy\\c \ \ Printer. Sweet cider by the barrel , keg or gallon at Heck's feed store. Mayme bjustice of Auburn , is the guest of Helen Martin. Dr. MN. ' . Wllson--oMlcc over Stale Hunk. Guy Sears has just recovered I JYom an attack of the grippe. Joseph Glasser came down rvom Humboldt Saturday last. L. P. Churchill was in from Hastings , the latter part of the v.-eek. Wilson Korner visited in Troy and Hiawatha , Kas. , a few days Ir.st week. ' Tally Cards and place cards for Valentines Day. Custer , The Printer. _ _ _ j \V. H. Gagnebin was here from Nebraska City in a business way Sunday. H. Faller on route three re newed his subscription to this large weekly. Mrs. Will Kentncr of Humboldt v > as a Falls City visitor the past Saturday. C. F. Reavis has been before the courts at Hiawatha and Bea trice , this week. Tally Cards and place cards...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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