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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 February 1907

I'v ' * TliL : I ALLS C ! P 1 KIUU.NI. ; , IR1UAY , FEBRUARY 8 , 1907 A Learned Fool. Bclknnp Marcmi was professor of roninnce at Harvard. Uel a n-eallhy in Ins- own rijflit. and was paid a fancy salary for his services at the collr jfe. Klevt-o years .IRO ht- melon the streets of Xe York , a colored girl. Anna Manley. lUyenrsof age. He br. came inf.Unalod with her. eatno K \ iishfd lirr in a home ol her own , and lavished his vrnUh upon rer. From a srvi nl irirl slit * c.ime in of .1 ut.tiihy \voinnn , owning a homo in her uuii name which is assumed at $7fluO. Re cently Marco had logo to Europe on business for allrvar.l , and he iearned upon his return that the colored woman had been receiv ing attentions from a negro man in Ins absence , lie brolce oft'with her , and when he refused 10 make up she made their relation ship.public by bringing suil for $ f > , ( XX ) damaged affections , and has 'the love letters to show in evidence against him. Marcou stands at the head of his pr...

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 — 8 February 1907

I 1 Tills I-ALLS CITV TRIBUNE , IUIMY ! , FEBRUARY I , 1907. CHAPTER VIII. "The unexpected always liappeus , " Itesan the pseudo-detective , closing Ills tiat. drawing off Ills gloves and Hlurinp them Into a pocket. "As u fin ml ot mine used to bay , U Is the unexpected that nlwajs surprises us. \Vi- never expected to see these < ! . ! mfng niasqttcsaders again , did we , \ \ 'Warn ? " \n Kir. " said Wlllnm. grinning af- j I f > i\ ! . 'wo didn't. The gcntlennn was I M . nice and obliging to me , sir , } v i was in the collars. " i I understand. Now , " continued the late Mr. Haggerty , with tlu ( Vail.r affability ot a Macnlto , " 1 beg of you , Mr. Cornstalk , 1 beg of you not to' ' move or to become unduly excited. ' Physicians ( ell us that excitement .wastes the ted corpuscles , that la to t pay , the life of the blood. " I "Your blood , sir , must be very thin , " j I returned coolly. Hut I cursed him nonndly in my mind. William's bulgIng - ( , Ing Fide-pocket convinced ...

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 — 8 February 1907

8 TUB FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 8 , 1907 BK sms iisawaiM-K'a 1E\ nu Hvu 1520 nriiH noittit 1 miles of Salmi , upland. All foncpcl , new house well mid windmill , Joii IUTOB cultivated , 20 iron's iiieadov\ acres timlw , Imlatuv J" , i- i ncre. Small payment down balance in years tim , " > per cent. A bargain. lln lo 120 acivd iif r Siilotn , lotlom land. Hood terms. Might lent for 1907. Handy 1 1 depot and town. , < 1150 acres 2 miles of Falls City. Kill acres 2. $ miles of Stella. 100 acres NTuck. . .H7 - ( ' . , Neb. About 0 acres winter wheat , $10 pec acre. SO acres Brown county , KHS. , 7 milee botitliuiist of Hinwathn. Will take small house in Palls City as part pay. Good terms. 200 acres ! miK-s Falls City , good , fair holiM' . 100 acres Jti'inson county , uood tt' PRESTON Hay Mi'ay of Rule wus in this oil ; Tuesday. Dr. Henderson of Hulo made a pro fessloual trip to Preston Tuesday. Mrs. Olllo Thackcr and Gertrudi Thacker loft lor Pawnee Wednesday fora vl...

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 — 15 February 1907

. -I Historical Soctct Vol. IV PALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 15 , 1907. Whole No. 161 Obituary. John ( i. Hein/.elmau was born in Wurtenberg , Germany. Janu ary 8th , lf < 27. When the de ceased was 'J2 years ot age he left his native country and came to the United States and settled in Ohio , in 184' ) . He was married to Miss Mary Kelly in Portage couniy , that state , January 7th , 185'J. To this union the following cuil- dren were born : Annie M. , now the wife ol J. B. Nussbaum , liv ing near Verdou ; George 11. , who died June 20th , 1802 ; J. A. , who died in infancy , ( in Indi ana ) ; Minnie A , wife ot F. W. Stock of Falls City ; Oh as M. , of Verdon ; John A. , of Verdon. \ % Mrs. J. C. Heinxelman died on March Jitli , 1807. Shortly after marriage Mr. Heinxelman removed to Indiana , near South Bend , where he pur chased a farm and followed this occupation until 1804. Then he atid his family emigrated to Nebraska , journeying by rail as far as St. Joe. They ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 February 1907

In 13 l"AL.L > OllY I KltSUlNC , l-I < lL > AYttl3l < UAKV Id , LVU/ For Clear Brains. Clear brains for railroad work is the slogan now nmoiiK 'ill the rnilrn.-nK nr.d while these ro.i'1 ' have inhibited tlic use ot li < | ii r among tlu-ir employee while n duty , the lA-hijfh Vnllcy railroad goes ono step farther n d notihVd Us employes that they must n- fruin from the me ol liquor atiil times or quit the service of tl.o compnny. This demand for total abstin ence is the first to issue from such n source and is an example likely to be followed by other railroads- Common sense is coming rapid ly to settle the liquor question. The man who spends his "oil hours" in his cups has of neces sity weakened nerves and a more or less befogged brain and can not render his best service , what ever his lint : of work. And the day is near when all corporations and business enter prises which require keen minds and clear brfn'jis to run them will make tin's sumo ( lQfM ? ! < l for...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 February 1907

THE FALLS Cl 1 Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 15 , 190 ? Aril- THE LIBRARY CONTEST A number ( it busini-c linns in Palls 'My , Including The Tribune , have ar- .Mtiged for a voting contest to be jntored into b.v Kluhards-on county choolsI'hurches , Stindiiy schools , soul- dies , lodges , literary associations , or any other regularly organized bodies , ihe prizes to be an excellent library of L''i ! ) volume * , valued at $030.00. The Mbrary will be absolutely free of cost to the winner- , tint ) it doesn't cost the voters anything to vote When you wulco a purchase for eali , or pay a hill , thu llrm with which you are tran sacting business will give you ti ticket , filled out with the number of votes to which you are entitled. You write in the name of the organization for which ? ou desire to vote , sign the ticket , and tleposlt It in the bullet box. according > a plan outlined bnluw. THK LIST OF HOOKS The following publications constitute i.1c library : J-0 vol. consolidated K...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 February 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY iS , 1907 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered at. second-class matter at Tails City , Nebraska , post ofVicc , Janu ary 12 , 1904 , utidcr the Act of Congress i March 3 , 1879. Published every Krlday at Kails City , Nebraska , by The Tribune Ptlbllsbini ) Company E F. Slmrls , Mann/ier year.- SI. 00 ( & Three months .35 TELEPHONE 226. Are you reading the proccccl- nsin tlic Thaw case ? In about six weeks now it will b i garden making time. Week before last it was Charlie Xocllcrs , last week it was Joseph Bauer. Next ! You can't lose Falls City. Nor man Mussclman has a relative on the Thaw jury. District Attorney Jerome may not be afraid of Attorney Delmas , but he isn't having very much nin with him. Speaking of "English as she is spoke , ' ' just read the extract Irom the lamented Journal to be found on this page. The bar docket of the district court would indicate that Ihe clients of at least one Kails City lawyer have been able to jar hi...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 February 1907

THE FALLS Cli Y TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY IS , 1907 LOCAL LORE , w . ; r Eat Sowles' candj- . T1 Dr. M. L. Wilson-office over Stale Hank. Myr.i Bush was up from Preston Friday last. George Hall was a Vcrtlon visit or Monday in a business way. Sweet cider by the barrel , keg or gallon at Heck's feed store. , John Hall returned Monday irom Peru to his home in Verdon. G. L. Windle was a pleasant caller at these quarters Tuesday last. last.W. W. A. Wamsley has ordered this great weekly for another year. John Gilligan is transacting business in Nebraska City , this week. 'John Parlier has been down vnth the grippe for the past two v/eeks. The best pleasures arc those that leave a good taste in the mouth. C. F. Reavis was called to Ilia- v/atha Wednesday in a profes sional way. An infant daughter arrived at tlic home of Chester Fisher and v/ife last week. Sayc your Tribune library cou pons. . More of them are being /nted each week. Hogs at better than seven cents look pretty good to the...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 February 1907

TO 12 PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY i5 , 1907 " Free Ilich Schools. Xchraskn will offer free higl 5--liool education to all childrct : .s the people realise the facttha . no-third of our youth arc nov leprived of such opportunity We are as promt of our education . .1 system as the people of Massa v'liusetts are of tlieir system. Wt have a smaller per cent of illit eracy than any other state. Wi have a state-supported university which compares favorably will the best in the country ; but wi require the farmer , alone of al our people , to pav the tuition o its children through the higl -v'hool , which bridges the chasn jotween his own local , rura ; -hool and the university. The timid conservative maj think it useless to compete edit cationally with Massachusetts Let him then follow Florid ; which gives to each four-yeai high school $ ( > 0l ( , and to eacl three-year high school $3dO oui of statcfuml , and provides thai children in the county may : U t-Mid high school fr...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 February 1907

FEBRUARY 15 , 1907. 'swzrnw c It has long been apparent that some firm with the facilities for handling : and the proper knowledge of the business , should handle Musical Instruments in this community. We have concluded therefore to put in Pianos , Organs , Phonographs , and alt Musical Merchandise. We will try to have everything that the people need and with each instrument will give free of charge , complete lessons by mail , from a Chicago Conservatory of Jlusic. We will also stand by and guarantee all instruments we sell. You can rely then on a responsible firm in dealing for such articf.es. We know of no greater fraud than the one worked by irre sponsible Piano Sellers. Instruments are now in stock and arriving daily. We invite all to call. Will sel ! on installment. : inr Victor and Edison Talking Machines and - CX & Phonographs * An Elegant line of fie = Carls , We also call your attention to these elegant Go Largest stock of r C'-riis and-fi private place lo Iwr Carts"-a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 15 February 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 15 , 1907 F ) i ( SVT.L H20 IK us about I mili-H of Sal-Mil , upland. All finid , m-w house I i well and wiiidnnll , Ifj'i ' a ' ; ps cultivated , 2n aered meade v. s n-'res tun > "f , baliuio- j > Sji 11. r acre.Miudl pnyment down baliinfe in years tin . " > per ceti . A bargain. lln to 120 iicrfH iii-ir Salem , nottoiii land , Good tiM'iii" . Might K'tit for 1SI07. flnndy to d'-pot and town. IliO , irres 2 milea of FalU City. 100 acres 2i miles of Stelh. ljwre ( * Nuckoll C . . , Nel ) . About / > 0 ai'.res winter wheat , $10 per acre. 80 acres Urowii enmity , KIIH. , 7 milee sontheaHt of Uiuwntlin. Will take small house in Falls Citus purt pay. Oood terms. 200 acres ' ] mtU'.s trills City , good , fair hotit. . * ' . 100 acres .Jo nison county , uood terms. FARGO. Froil KetrifU" waxn visitor hero Frl itay. Ailani nickel had business hoto Frl- ilny. ilny.C. C. J. Ttioiim * was a Rule visitor Sat urday. Kd Uiincckor hud busines...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 22 February 1907

11 Uliturlcat Soctetj TY E. Vol. IV FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 22 , 1907. Whole No. 162 A New Park. The Palls Git } ' Park and 1m provement company , a corpor ation composed of W. A. Green- wald , John Lichty , Jno. W. Powell , W. W. .lenne , T. J. Gist and other gentlemen who have not as yet iully determined the amount of stock they will take have contracted to purchase the Jloy property in the south west portion of the city ior Park purposes. It is the intention to beautify the property at once by planting trees , laying out walks and drives covering the entire tract of about twenty-live acres. A driveway will be constructed encircling the park , tennis courts and a ball ground will be imme diately laid out. This is filling along felt want and the entire community will be indebted to these gentlemen for such an evidence of public spirit. The park will give us a place to hold picnics , fourth ol July celebra tions and entertainments of like charaoter. A band stand wi...

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 — 22 February 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 22 , 1907 WORTH WHILE. It doesn't talce ; i quanelsome man to strike an altitude. Many a man has died without astruKtfli' who found it hnpo.ssi. blc to live that way. A tfirl doesn't really believi1 that ; * young man never made love to another girl , but she says she dots. Discretion is sometimes the worst part of valor. It takes a lot of rehearsing lo make the average man honest. White lies are apt lo leave black marks on a man's reputa. lion. Many a man who is unable to do the things he would is lee lazy to do Ihf things he could. To gaxe upon Hie we should borrow no man's spectacles. It's a waste of time to Iry to dodge a hypocrit. lie knows more dodges in a minute than you will learn in a life time. There is hardly any more fun than being afraid you are going to be caught , but not being. Gladness and gratitude are pleasanler emotions than pride. Love in a collage isn't all cot tage pudding. It is so much easier to pull a fellowman dow...

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 — 22 February 1907

THE FALLS C1IY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 22 , 190 ? , THE LIBRARY CONTEST A number or business firms in Falls ( . ity , including The Tribune , have arranged - ranged for a voting contest to be entered Into by l.lchardson county jliools , churches , Sunday schools , soelv eiics. lodges , lllorary u ui'lutum- iny other regularly organised bodies , the prizes to be an oxoellont library of il'j ! ) vplunie/i / , valued nt $030.00. The Ibrary will bo absolutely free of cost to the winners , and it doesn't cost the - oterg anything to vote. When you mike a ptirHia'c for ca h. or pay a bill , the firm with which you arc ti'nn- actlng buslnn 5 will tlvo jon a ticket , Mled out with the number of votes to which you arc entitled. You write in the name of the organization for which ; ou desire to volt" , * ign the ticket , and 'leposit it in ihe ballot box , according * o a plan outlined below. TUB LIST Of 15OOKS ! i The following publications constitute tic library : JO vol. consolidated K...

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 — 22 February 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 22 , 1907 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered an ccond-clasB matter at Fall * City , Nebraska , pout office , Janu ary 12 , VJ04 , under tlic Act of Congress ' > f'Mnrcli 3 , 187'J. Published every Friday at Falls City , Nebraska , by The Tribune Publishing Company F ; F. Slmrls , M n X" One year - - -Sl.OO Six ii'ontliH . . . . . . ) Three months - - 35 TELEPHONE 226. THE WHIRLWIND. The railroads are reaping tlic whirlwind. Everybody , the mer chant , the farmer , the laboring man , the professional man is re .Giving a. higher price for his pro duct , everybody , except the rail road man. In these days of swollen prosperity-the railroads are having their trouble. Tin ratt- law , the anti-pass crnsadc , the btirsted mergers , tlic two-cent passenger tariff arc all working over time to prevent the rnilroitd * iroin sharing in the jfcneral "good time. " For this condition the railroads arc alone to blame. Humanity in the aggregate is a iiirioii...

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 — 22 February 1907

THE FALLS ClIY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 22 , 190 ? LOCAL LORE. JSat Sowles' candy. Dr. M. L. Wilson office over Slalc Banls. Odda Lapp is quite ill with tonsilitis. Reel Seal Flour at Heck's Feed Store. . 62tf A. R. Smith is here from Sa- betha. Karl Caruthers spent Sunday in Hiawatha. Ray Mead spent Sunday with friends at Auburn. Chas. Porr , jr. , from the west end is one of the jurors. Jessie Pageof Dawson , was guest of Falls City friends Friday. James McGuirc was up from Hiawatha Friday of last week. Frank Snethen was among the Humboldt visitors in this city Monday- C. M. Snoke was down from the west end Monday , to serve as a juror Mrs. Kaufman is seriously ill at her home in the eastern part of town. Charlie Lamb returned Friday from a buisness trip to Johnson , South Carolina. L. A. Knisey , of University Place , spent Monday with Falls City acquaintances. Herman Koehler left Tuesday evening on a brief business trip to Baldwin count } ' , Alabama. S. L. Redwood and wife w...

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 — 22 February 1907

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 22 , 1907 Mumble Pic. . 1IY 1.0018 .1. STIIOSn , I , "You're : i heartless coquette ! You've driven my boy uway forever - over ! He's jjrone he's uone ! " Mrs. Hnle wailed , with angry , tearful eyes. "Gone ? " Dora repeated , the | * indifri'ctit ' red fading from her i hecks. "Yes , jpouc ! And I liold you .ttle better thnn a murderer. ; ms ! " with whicli startling decla- ation she was leaving when Dorn . . .uijjlit her arm. "Mrs. Hale , plense tell me , do m mean that Steve is really ronc now ? " "Yes. I do mean Hint lie is real- \ gone nowl" Mrs. Ilnle's eye ? capped with vindictive satis- .u-tioii at the girl's distress. "Ik vent across country in his buggy , i.ifuninif to stop at liis uncle's ( ( ell them tfoodby. He'll take ihf train to Lynch burg. Oil I'll never see him again , and it' ? our doing , you good for noth- ng" - She left ( he unpleasant ipilhi't unspoken and stalked . way. Dora lied to her room ttnd fell upon her bed in...

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 — 22 February 1907

THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 22 , 1907. Death of Husband and Wife. Many older residents of Salem , will be inlcresU'tl in the follow my from Savannah , Mo. , Democrat - crat : J , W. Roberts died at liis home on the Huckleberry , six miles west of .Savannah , Sunday - day , February 8 , 15)07 ) , aijed 70 , 8 months and 11 days. Deceased was born in Saline county , Mo. , May 22 , 1827 , and moved with his parents to An drew county in February 1812. On February 25 , 1819 , he was united in marriage to Sarah A. Walker , and in October 18f > 4 , they removed to Richardson county , Nebraska , being the first set tiers of that county. In November I860 , they removed lo Andrew county and had lived on the same farm until death claimed him as his own. He leaves behind him his aged companion ( who is now lying at death's door ) and eight children three daughters and live sons , Mrs. P. H. Martin , Mrs.J. . . L. Patterson , Mrs. E. P. Evans , and , ] . A. , , T. D. and W. W....

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 — 22 February 1907

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 22 , 1907 Foil RAU , ! } 20 IU-IIH about 1 tniltH of Sulnm , upland. All foiu-nd , new IIOUBO I rooms. well 'ind wni'iiiiill , lo" no. PS cnlthnled , 2 < > in-red meadow. s nt-rea timb.M1 , biiliuitv " " si" unll down b'llviiif 10 tiin . A . -r" p i ( KMT. i n v uient ypnrs j per ceu bnrgnhi. 110 ii > 120 IUT. P ti .1 .S'lleiii , bdlloni land , ( iood term ? . Might i nt for 1J07. Handy 11 tli put and town. JljO nrr.'B 2 miles of FullCity. . 1(50 ( acred 2A miles of Stflk H51 m-res Niu-ko'U ' C1 . Neb. About oO acres winter wlicut. $10 per acre. SO ncrcs Brown i-onnty , Kus. , 7 unite ; HontheiiHt of Hi'iwiitlin. Will take ninall lioiiso in Falls Oity ns part pay. Gooii terms. 200 acres ! 5 milcd Falls City , nmd , fnir lions100 acies Jo inson county , n-iod toi-iis. J is 2 OHIO Mr. Frank Bout/ I * among tiltsick. . Ida mid Jennie Ri'.rk visited at Noah Peek's Sunday. Lloyd Knlselj was11 gucslsof llurvuy Peck's Sunday Truman Knl-...

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 March 1907

| \ . , % I1'1 " " " ' ' "TWWw w 1 . * * . - wii " " " K- ' * * * t" i , M v > * * y , , VUtortCftl 3oolet _ TH ITY Vol. IV PALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MARCH I , 1907. Whole No. 163 Work of the Schredder. Edward the nineteen year o1 < son oi Antoine Smith of thii city , was the victim of a tnos shocking accident Monday evening ing- , which , if it docs not cos him his life , will leave him at armless man. He and his brother Paul wen shredding corn for a parly nea Preston , and Edward was feed ing while Paul looked alter tin engine. In some manner hi ; left hand became caught in tin machine and in attempting { < throw off the belt , he lost hi ; balance and in order to save hii entire body iroiri being precipi tated onto the many revolvin ; knives , he threw his right han < down , both being torn mt < strips. The physician at Rule wai telephoned for , that being tin nearest place , but as he wa : making a professional call n the country. Dr. Houston of thi ; city ...

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