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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 6 May 1904

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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 — 6 May 1904

- - - - - . - - - - - - - 2 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Ma } ' 6 , rya4 M ; Correspondence . . : News of the County as Told by . Our Special Correspondents i , , , . i. Humboldt. l L. Slama was iu Falls City i f Tuesday . : . 'f L Mrs Hell Stanter return Fri- 'i' clay night. I . M. Watts and wife are located : ' : . { ' iu Lincoln : t , H. P. Marble and wife spent , f Sunday in Kansas City - . Mrs Joy McKie left Sunday ; for her home in I\1exico. \ Dr. Gandy was a Falls City f visitor the fore part of the week ' : Otis Unkefer and wife have : , been visiting relatives ' in Lincoln ; / : Mrs. Grace Beyer is visiting at Hhe home of .Dr. Garver and wife. 4 t Dr. . Litchfield and wife now , : ' occupy the C. C. Unland prop- \ . erty.Fred ? : Fred Wright came down from , . t Tecumseh on business one day re- - ent1y. John Power and , ' amily have ; moved out to their farm north of . town " for the summer. . Editor Sharts spent , Saturday : : : and Sunday with his son Charles . and wife at Kans...

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 — 6 May 1904

n - M' ' May 6 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 3 - Harry Lindsay Appointed Republicans all over the state are rejoicing in the fact that Har- ry Lindsay has been appointed ' , clerk of the supreme court Judge Barnes and Judge Sedgwick reached an agreement Monday evS ening and the appointment was immediately announced. Harry I ' Lindsay has been state chairman for the past four : rears and in that - capacity had given the party such . splendid service , so splendid in j fact , that under' his leadership , victory has several times been . snatched from the grasp of de- I \ feat. When he announced that he would be a candidate for the clerkship of the supreme court , it was but natural that the whole party shou11 get behind him. ' The republican press of the state has been unanimous in its demands - wands that he be appointed The I . action of Judges Barnes and Sedg- , wick is very gratifying to the re- publicans. Victor Seymour of . Lincoln will be deputy clerk. , , . . . , " _ - ' .iJ C...

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 — 6 May 1904

- , . . "w _ _ . _ . _ . , . " _ _ . _ ' _ . . _ _ _ . _ _ " ' ' " _ _ " _ _ _ ' _ " ' " , , , , , _ _ , , : : _ _ . _ . _ : . _ . . . , _ _ _ _ . . . . . _ _ . _ . . _ _ _ " , _ _ _ . ; 4 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE IVlay 6 , 1904 , , " LOCAL AND PERSONAL \ Willie Vaughn went to AtchiM r _ son Sunday ; : i 1\ L. Hall caui down from ' Verdon Sunday. I Dr. Burchard went to Atchison . . . . . T : : Sunday afternoon. A. J. Helmick of Stella was in . I town Sunday. . C. L. Ivlatten of IIumboldt wa in town lVloriday. , . Howard Conover of Verdon was in the city Saturday Sam Ayres and wife of Sabetha spent Sunday in this city. R. E. Fenton came down from Dawson 011 business 1\1onday. IvIatt Shulenberg of Barada was in town on business Satur : . " day. . John Hall and Walter Veach . of Verdon spent Sunday in this . 'f ' city . t George Thomas who has been working for Kaiser & IIarnack , returned to Nebraska City SunM day. Mrs . Ed \"herry of Kansas City arrived in the city the latter part...

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 — 6 May 1904

, _ . 'AfGiRr-i- , .r ; nNy. , . , . ) : : , ; . , . - . . . i" . . I . . , , . - : : / " : ' iTt . , 1' " . , , t ' , ' . ' > : ' .1 ; , < . May 6 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 5 , \ . ' , - - - k ; ( , BUYING RUBIES IN BURMA. A Transaction Which Is Entered Into i . with the Greatest Prc- caution. , " . The peculiar business methods- 'n ; " of oriental merchants are illus. _ Crated by the manner of buying . ' 4 rubies ] in Burma In the .l-allliila- " . " Hon of rubies ar'tif4ial ! } b i is not used , the merchants holding that . full sunlight lone can bring out ' the color and brilliancy -of the gems Sales must therefore takp place between nine a. 111 and three p m. , and the sky must be clear , says the Jewelers' 'eekly The purchaser , placed near a r window , has before him a large copper plate The sellers come to I him one by one , and each emptieR upon this plate his little bag of ru- bies. The purchaser proceeds 1.0 . arrange them for valuation in a f- V number > of s...

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 — 6 May 1904

r d ImL .arawnxwnw.m onrnna.anvnn.rr a'.nmw. . . . , , . - . , , , . . . . . . - . . . . , . . . - , , , , . , .w. . t * . 6 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE May 6 , 1904 I' TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Every Friday at FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA ' . . , _ By T4 I E PUBLISIIING CO" j. I EutCl'Cl'as sccoml-ctass matter , Janu- al'Y 12 , 1904at the post omcc at halls t y , Nch. , tinder the Act of on gress . . of Mm'ch 3 , 1879. , , - ' I ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Telephone No. 226. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor ! . Congress : Er.MJtH J. nURKI 'rT , Liucoln. t For State Senator : E. ; tl'UCKHR , Humboldt. her ! Members of the Legislatttl'e. 1' ' R. : u ; . GIUNS'ItAD , Salem . , GUOHGH SMl'H , Dawson ; w. I-I. HOGIUUtH , Stella For County Attorney. w. H. MoRRow , Shubcrt i . , . AN OPEN LETTER. rfo F. : E. Martin , County At- li'rank- notice + torncy-Dcar : - that you have been shedding bit- tcr tears and crying as though your little heart would break , because - cause in thc course of human events it has ...

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 — 6 May 1904

' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " , , , , , . " " ' rV' . . . , . . ; ; - - - , " , . " , . " , ' - - - . . 1 " , : , : , , . . t' May 6. igoi. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . 7'I I . - . - - - ' FACTS AND FANCIES. BY ALLAN D. MAY. . Is it all wrong to cuss the government t ' ' , . And like an anarchistic zealot shout , ; , , : : i , : : . . - . ' When buddies by the than clerk are . , missen , ' , And thus yourdaily paper misses out ? . I : ; . Have you trimmed your trees ? . . If , wishes were automobiles , ' beggars : \vould Have adder tales to tell. 1\ ! . We would rather be a poverty stricken optimist than a million- , sire pessimist. About the most foolish thing the government does is to issue . . . . . . . special exposition stamps. 1 " r'f you had saved all the money . ' . you spent for beer ' last summer 1. 'You might have had , a. panama , hat this summer. r Blissful ignorance IS the kind 1 k possessed by the girl who paints her cheeks and imagines that people don't know it. . t -oVe - imagine...

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 — 6 May 1904

, . . . . . . , . . , . . . . . . . . . . sc. . _ - - - - - - . , rII e F 8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE May 61 1904 I f : SMOKELESS POWDER FATAL . , , ( , I Its Use in Guns Not Made for It Often j 1 Causes Accidents , Declares : : Navy Officer . t. , - ' , . One of the navy officers who has I : I made a special study of ordnance , I ammunition , etc , according to the , i i : New York Tribune , speaking of . h.J.i. the explosion of the eight inch \ . f gUlls on the battleship Iowa , said : \ ' t\ 1 . \ No ordullce sharp seems to : know the real cause of accidents to so many of the guns on the navy ships , and much study has been given to the subject. In mJ' opinion - ion these accidents arc largely due j' to the use of smokeless powdec ) ; in guns not made specially for this ; kind of ammunition 'here n. \ , I f- I has been the idea gun made with ea ; , of black powder only being used , . , if there is any tendency to weakness - I } , . , neBS anywhere it will _ develop with the use of s...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 6 May 1904

rat May 6 , I904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 9 _ ! _ _ . - - - . . . - . . . " - . . . " ' . " " . ; . . . . YIK'I&IL. ! : ' . . _ . . . . . . GIlEA . . . . . . . ' " ' 1IE T - r . WALLACE - . . . . . . _ . . . . ' . . - . _ CIRCUS COMING ) FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA III TUESDAY MAY 3i 1 , 1904 THE V I HIGHEST CLASS CIR- CUS IN THE F I WORLD - _ T ' GREAT . . . . . . . . BEST GRAND . . . . C I R C U S . . BIGGEST 10 GLORIOUS . . ' . . . , BRIGHTEST , America's finest tented amusement enterprise. Monster Zoological Collection. Three Rings. Hundreds of Features and Performers. Highest Salaried American and European Artists. Excit- A . ing Royal Roman Hippodrome. Gigantic whirl of Novelties. : - " . i" - ' \ , \ lr f r 1 1 r Il , u . . , .oA. . ' " . " . , ; ; , - " - ' - ' : i : - Z - : I-G . : . . . I . . ' - ' " / , ; . . Mi iL ' 4t YkM 4 $ 1i tA ' \ Qj14q1 ; \ M1 IrIII , I I ! , Ih ; r 1 r . ! / . , I . + ; I 1 , lli 4 l ' 7 ' 1 I ; r 1 _ y Y \ / , ' , 'I\ \ ' \ L'l ' ? . j ; - : " ' ' "...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 6 May 1904

10 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE rVray 6) L904 Educational 'Department Conducted by County Superintendent Croc1er - - - Teachers Wngcs. , They are too low. Nebraska people arc paying more attention to their cattle and hogs than , they bestow upon their school teach- ers. This is a mistake. Nebraska - ka l stands at the head of an thc states in an educational way. This fact is not due to good treat- ment of school teachers , but rather to the fact that this state has been settled by the cream of intelligence from other states. The telegram bclievL's the wages of school teachers in this state are too low by half. It is not far short of criminal for a school board to ask a man to spend years in preparing himself to teach school , and ask him to do the work at a salary no better than the salary of a clerk in a grocery store. Under the present circum- stances 850 per month should be the lowest wages paid to any teacher of a public ' school in Ne- braska. Here in Columbus the board of education ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 6 May 1904

1 . May 6 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE II Correspondence I , News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents . ' I Shubert. 'i Emma Crimm is the guest of - . . . . . . . I : ' Irs. Tay lor. } i L. O. Walker . was the guest of . , ' Frank Brannin Sunday. . , - : . . Mrs. Anna : Reasoner and children - , ' . . . , - ren visited here Sunday. . ' W. H. Morrow was in Falls , . " . . City on business Saturday. , . rs. Jim Bolejack returned . home from Verdon Saturday. " , Jim Weddle and wife entertained - . . ed George Brisby' and wife Sun- day. . . _ ' Mesdames Felt and Alexander . I " " were shopping at Stella 'Wed- : , -ncsday. " . _ C. H. Smiley and wife enter- tained relatives from Nemaha . : Sunday. ' Walter Vanlandingham and ; cl , Pearl Ransom were Nemaha visit- ( t' , , nrs Sunday. Cora and Gussie Henderson ' were shopping in Stella during the past week. . . . ' J.L. Dalbey and wife ltertain- " cd their niece , ' Bessie Davis of Falls City the past week. D. C. Simmons a...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 6 May 1904

12 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE May 6 } 1904 M ! .I ; l1EN'S WEAR. In Shirts , work and dress , Pants , . Overalls , Neckwear - : J wear , Collars , Mackintoshes , &c. , our values are fully up to the high standard of all our other departments. Because we don't make as much noise about this department - f partment as . some others don't think that it has no attention - I tention and does not contain the best that can be had pp for the prices asked. Because of the fact that this is not our main line we sell it on closer margin than those 4 of the average Clothier or I-Iaberdasher. ? WASH SKIR T S. A new line of Wash Skirts just in. Prices $ I. 25 I to $3.00. We invite your attention to these Skirts- the styles are new , the materials are those most in de- mand. I - - ! HATS AND CAPS. . ' - In popular priced Hats and Caps our range of ; f . Styles is complete. Our great value in Hats is our high grade Fur in all the new shapes at $ 1.50. This. grade is the same as is generally sold at $...

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 — 13 May 1904

1J 1I I . . . ' . + . , . ' " . ! . ' . : PAGES 24 t ctIii ! (1t4t t. nut. , PAGES 24 I , \ " " ' . . , . , \ . VOLUME I' FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA FRIDAY , MAY 13. 1904. ' NUMBER ig ' - y ' * ' - . . , . ' . . . " A Small Fire. " A blaze in the office of thc ' Falls City Compound Co. , upstairs over Cleveland Bros. ' store , came near resulting in a dIsastrous conflagration yesterday morning ' : Bart Messier who was at work . - in the laboratory , accidcntly - dropped a lighted match HI a ves- _ sel containing a quantity of gaso- lenc , and ill his excitement upset , the vessel and allowed the burning - . ' ing liquid t.o run over the floor. Time whole interior of the room was in a blaze almost instantly and the hall-ways on the second . floor of the building were filled with smokc. The prompt arrival - of M. Sweency , manager of the 6 company , averted a serious conflagration - . ' } - - flag ration , for he succceded in f' throwing the blazing can out of the window and extinguishing ...

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 — 13 May 1904

- falls City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. . FALLS CITY - - NEBRASKA History has been made rapidly since . Admiral Dewey sailed for Manila six years ago. A woman can't help having faith III /1 / man who notices when she has on a new gown. After n. young man makes up hIs mind that he in not n. genius he stands n. chance to earn his living. The advent of the odorless onion Is announcod. It , will mean the death of the popular diversion known as the onion social. . Thanles to Its suggestion of comic opera } , the news of the death of the Icing of Cambodia wlll multo 0. good many people laugh. A scientist says that larks rise to a ] light of 2,000 leot. That must be why , when people go out on u lark , they have a high old time. If the hoped - for boy turns out to he a girl , the czar may feel quite In the mood to proceed personally to the scene of the war in August. There Is said to be a flood of coun- terfolt money in New Jersey Some thing of that kind might bo made use ful In wat...

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 — 13 May 1904

, l\'Iay ' 13 , 1904 TI'IE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE : _ . . _ _ _ - - - - - ' " - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' . ; . ' FACTS AND FANCIES. c' BY ALLAN D. MAY. Ie 0 A man never again becomes as , ' - proud ; as hc was thc first time hc " was put on a committcc. . - - . - ' Did , you ever think how much - ' ' . undue imp01tancc : is sometimes . attachcd to thc word "forcman ? " Our idea of a real brave man is a telephone lincman. A mean man started a report that a certain preacher had gone } to the circus. The preacher sav- ed himself only by proving an alibi. He was at prayer meeting that night and proved it by thc other man who was thcrc. A friend asked us if ou : little son was a "bouncing baby " Don't know. Haven't dropped . , , . him yet. If they move the Missouri Pa- cific depot up town , will they move all the "surroundings too ? ' What changes may have come to pass , , i . A hundred years from now ; ,0 . . 'Vhe1l you and I lie 'neath thc grass ,...

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 — 13 May 1904

ails City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. FALLS CITY . . NEBRASKA " . . Making Figures Lie. "Most of , the figures handed out by these physical culture cranks on the subject of cheap living , " said a house. keeper who does her own marketing , "malte women extremely weary. Our husbands and sons read them , believe them , and then sniff significantly at the weekly totals In the grocer's bool 1 was reading the other day an article by a well known New York physical culturist who undertoole to show how he had lived fifteen days an 84 cents. lIe pint down crushed oats at 3 cents a pound. Eight cents Is the correct figure If you want oats that have any nourIshment In them. Ho mentioned watercress at 5 cents a bunch. We ) ) , one bunch lasts my husband two meals. It would look pretty thin strung out over fifteen claj's. He charges for three pounds of rice , 15 cents It costs 11 cents a pound If you want good rice. For ten apples ! ho allows 10 cents Must be queer apples. For six swede tu...

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 — 13 May 1904

; , , . . , . I l\IaYI4 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , . 1904 . . . _ . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Every Friday at 3 ALLS CITY , NEBRASKA By TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO ti . ' , ] Entcrcd as sccond-class matter , January - ; * ' , , ary 12 , 190.fat the post office at l alls City , Neb. , under the Act of Congress of March 3 , 1879. . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ : " ONE DOLLAl PER YEAH Telephone No. 226. , " . REPUBLICAN TICKET. - - - - , " 1"01' Congress : . - Er.l\IHR J. nURKETT , Lincoln. For State Senator : E. A. 'l'UCKHR , Humboldt . . .F. . . 1 < ' 01' Members of thc Lcgislaturc. . . . . : . , . f R. E. GRINSTuAD , Salem 11 I. t , . . GHORGH SMITH , Dawson ; ' - \Y. 1-1. JIOGH'HlH. Stella . - . . ' t . . . _ , " For County Attorncy. J " I'J ' . \ V. H. MORIWW , Shubcrt . . . I . I - , . ATHLETICS. 1 The athletic endeavor I part VOl' plays...

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 — 13 May 1904

falls City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. " ' NEBRASKA FALLS CITY - - . The other great American national game Is now on. This ono has no Jdtty. With n. capital oC $5,000,000 the hero business offers n. fine opening for young ; men. Woman never wades around the edges or an argument. . She dives In and then swims out-if she can. The man who spends his time think- Ing what ho would do If he had a mU- Hon dollars never gets a million dol- Jars. An up - to . date Boston undertaker now descries himself a.s a "morti- cian. " His Latin is as bad as his . . taste. - It was peculiarly appropriate that an inventor \ of air ships should have been blown up by an empty whisky barre ] The St. Dunstan edition of Dickens , 130 volumes , at $1,000 a volume , will . hardly become popular In circulating Hbraries. Dean Tufts of Chicago university describes flirting as good mental ex- ercise. Then the dean evidently favors coeducation. A woman always thinks she could save n. great deal of money if th...

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 — 13 May 1904

0 \ ' THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE \ray 13 , , 1904 _ . - - . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - r"kt , l Educailoncil Department . : . Conducted by County Superintendent Croc1er . . . y. G. A. i\1endcnhall , director ; uf Dist. 73 writes as follows : "Just ' ' - ' - , . a line to let you know that we ; , : . have contracted with Lizzie Morris - " ris for a Second l term at 845 , an ( " , tncrease of 85.00 per month. " " Dist. 58-Alvirda Allen , teach- er-School closed May ( , . Our last day was spent in a social 1 . way in 'games , pleasant } conver- sation and a treat for the chil- . dren. Our eighth grade gradu- ates this year are Hattie RcIf , Fnuna Kelly and \ollic.Stewart. [ Dist 55-Elizabeth A. Hossack tcacher-Our school closed on Tuesday , : May 3rd , at which time we enjoyed a basket dinner. In the afternoon we played games and had a good time in gcncral. , At eight o'clock p.m.the children I rendered a splendid program to a . . . large audicnce. The school year 4- seeme...

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 — 13 May 1904

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