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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

. - I May 13 , 1904 THE ALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - , r- rrespondence . . . . News ' of the County ns Told by Our Special Correspondents . . Verdon. . Claud SailO1 is clerking in G. D. Knapps drug store. . ' , ' , _ - Ed vVheatley finished papering at rank Veachs 'l\tcsday. John Hall is busy arranging the ncw hall for o1l1t11encemcnL Jess Weaver and Henry Kiel were in Falls City a short time Tuesday. . Addle Jenkins spent Sunday at the home ot Clara Gagnon in Falls City. Rudolph Fisher went to Stella , " on Wednesday , to move a house - for 1\11' . Timmcrman. - O. Fuller went to Vesta thc first of the week to visit his son E. Fuller. . Mr. : Shafer and wife of Nebraska - braska City arc visiting at thc ; ' 4- home of J. W. Stump. ' There were five young wolves in town : Monday cnroute for thc . bounty at Falls City. J. VV.Stlt111p was in Stella thc first of the week helping to in- . voice a hardware stock. G. A. J0l"11 county assessor was looking after his deputies in thc . west end of th...

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 — 13 May 1904

' . ONE DOLLAR WHEAT. Western Canada's Wheat Fields Produce . Yields-Free duce it-Magnificent - : Grants of r Land to S ttlcra. The returns at the Interior Depart- anent show that the movement at : : American farmers northward to Can- ada Is each month affecting larger areas of the United States Time was , says the Wlnnlpog Free " Press , when the ! Dalwtas , Minnesota and Iowa fur- nlshed : ( Uw Dominion with the main bull of its American conUngcnt. Last year , however , fort > ' -four states and , districts were represented In the at- I1lclnl statement as to the former resi I- 'clence at Americans who had homo- .stoa.ded . In Catnda. Tim Dakotas still lral the list , with 4,006 entries , Minnesota - 'lwsota being a close second with 3,887 , glut with the exception or Alabama and Mississippi and Delaware every state in the Union supplied Bottlers 'Who , In ardor to secure farms in the ferUle prairie country of Canada , be. came citizens of and took the oath at : alieginuco to ti...

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 — 13 May 1904

- - - ' - . . . ! i I . May I3 , _ 1904 : THE FALLS . _ CITY : . TRIBUNE _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _ . _ _ 1 "j THE HOTEL FOLDER FAD. ( ' Collecting These Souvenirs of Foreign I . . , Travel Is Popular-Some Beautiful - tiful Specimens Issued. - , To collect hotel folders is tlw . latest fad. Almost all of the big hotels of Europe issue ! : ; booklets . ' , , not only describing the charms of , their solons and verandas , but giv- ' $ ' curious picture and , . ing 51llanJ' it ( " ; ' \ . ' lJuaint legend of some historic scene near bJ' The pictures arc oftentimes close likenesses to , , . etchings . , and not a few are col- I . ; ' , ored , so that on being framed Ul1- tier glass they appear from the I . wall to be water color paintings , } says the New York Trilmne. The of hotel folders I . I/ ; i collecting . . , . ' " seems . to have all the fascination I I' ' . whieh Illally another fad was wont I to have before it became worn ou t. Instead of gathering together the postage stamps' var...

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 — 13 May 1904

4 falls City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. - - - - - FALLS CITY - - NEDnASKA , One of the mysteries of nature is the ease with which song birds and game can he exterminated as compared - pared with the difficulty in gelling rid of the boll weevil. The decision of a Philadelphia court that a wife docs not own her hus. hand's pay envelope will not disturb the average wife. All she wants Is the contents-Kansas City Journal. The Englishman who has been investigating - vestigating the question ) decides that there is a measure of stern reality In Ireams. Any man who has paid .or his wife's spring hat will corroborate this. The news that a fortune of $1,000.- 000 awaits one missing George Miller is calculated to raise false hopes. But it would have been still worse if the lost heir had happened to be John Smith. In one bleep of twelve houses in New Brunswick there are six brides. 'l'hat block Is a good deal more desir- able now as a place of residence than it'wm be a few years hence ,...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

It I t . + 4 I , 7 . ; 1' , . . , . " ' , \ , ' . " C - . . . . ' ' I , ' _ _ . . , . - , ' J. . . t I . _ " . . . : - , . , : - - . ! Preparing Orchard Land. 1 The laud t3houid be cult1'vated for I ; two or three years and freed of all " wild sad and weeds before it Is set ' to orchard , says O. 1 % ! . Morris , of the 'L Oldahomn station. The land should . , b J plowed deep so as to give as deep soil as posslble. , Most of the prairie coil In Oklahoma Is very poor in hum r , mus or decaying vegetable matteI : : . \ Such lands should be well manured before the orchard Is set. The manure . nuro should be scattered evenly over . ' the field and turned under with the . turning plow. The practice of applying . " ing large quantities of manure In . , , " places where the tree Is to stand can r..a' r. ; , , not be recommended. This practice I ) ) . ' , of uneven manuring Is usually car- > L4 , : . ' , ' rued out In one of two ways. The l + , . : : . manure Is applied very thickly in I...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

- - - - . - - - - - - - _ , . ----.6. _ ' _ . . , _ _ . _ . _ . _ _ . - . . . _ . . _ " _ . _ _ . . . . ' " , . . . ' . , . ' . , " - - " 1\Tay 13 , 1904 . . THE FALLS ( erry TRIBUNE ' " " , The Fashionable Doctor and the Wom- o.n with Weak Ncrvcs-A Spin in nn Aut.o "Yes , " said : the fashionable ( lector . tOI' , as he WI'Oout / ( ! a 1'I'PHC'I'ip. ' lion , accOI'ding" ( to tlw New fork Hun , "you ha \'e told nie'oursyriip ) . - - t0111S a11(1 : ( I ice you at' ( ' iioullcd ] Oval R(91Ic' : IlPI'VOUHIlPSH " "Oh , " wailed the fair in ) ) atiplll , " ( ' \ ' ( Iry little llOise mak's iIlP jump , every limp a clool' creaks ; I slant like I a Pl'I'Hon ill da ngPl' , .By tIll' way , 1)1' I ) , l1il'hal'g'c , I'm just : going 10 lake molol' ' ' out for , rely car ; : a Hpin ; 1 always I run the i lIIal'hine mysplf , yon Imow If you i jump in , ] 'II leave l , you right I :11 : t. . your clool' " 51111 I l'xplaining hp I Had (01101- ion 1 of her nerves , she (11'oVlit. ( ( . . auto dowI...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

. " . . . , . . . O f _ _ _ m _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , 110w's This ? We ofror' One Hundred Dollars Uewnrd for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by IInll' Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHESEI & CO. . Toledo , O. We , the undersigned have known F. .J. Chancy for the lnst HI years , anti believe him perfectly hUll' ornblo In all bushless transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made ( by his firm. w.wuNu , hiNNAY .C IAI\\'I- : . Wholesale Druggists . Toledo O. l1a1\'s \ Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting dirt etly upon the blood anti mucous surfaces tiC lie v ySlclII. 'l'c811lllunlals sent frec. Price 75 cents per ff : ' bottlo. Sold bv all 1)rngglsts. \ Take lIall'ij Family 1'1118 for constipation. I Llltle' \VI111 I-Papa , what is meant \y forging the fetters ? 'VilHc' ; Papa i . -Signing another man's name to a . check , my boy. . Hundreds of dealers say the extra quantity and superior quality of Defiance fiance Starch Is fast taking place ot a . aU other brande. ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

I i\'Jay J3 , J904. . . 'II-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . I" . _ _ - _ _ _ . _ _ . . - - _ . . -0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ . _ . _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - r I . Correspondence I News of the County as Told by Our Spcclal Correspondents _ _ _ . . .A Shubert. \In ; . JcnnieYeddle was a Stella . visitor last . week . Ethel King was the , guest . of Gladys 'raylor Sunday. Roy King returned Saturday to resume his duties ill the navy 1\ . R. McNu1ty : of Stella was in our city during the past week. lVII's. Try Netllebcck visited relatives at this place last week. Jim \Veddle and wife visited relatives in the country Sunday. L . Tv ! . vVeddle ctnd wife enter- taincd their son \Valler and wife Sunday. .Mrs. J. L. Dalbey , who has been very sick for sonic time , is much helter. Attic Morrow and lrs. Ona Shubert were shopping in Stella last Friday. Eliza Fell is entertaining her cousin , Lewis Webber , of Fort Wayne , Indiana. Chas. Smiley l11d wife were the guests of Hardy Hays and wife Sunday ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

I : ' p l - - ) i ; I Planting the Apple Tree. Every person setting out an orchard - 7 chard should decide on the proper ye.- , . ; : c' rieHes suited to his locality , and , If for a commercial orchard , they should be , merchantable varieties , says T. G. ' , Raynor Good.lteeplng , red varieties seem to be In keenest demand nearly everrwhere. : A fine-Iooldng apple , regardless , gardless of the quality , Is always In r demand. Too many varIeties In nn orchard Js not desirable , but four or five of the right sort are all that are 1 necessary for cross fertilization. Buyers . < i ers wm , for reasons which are obi - vious , pay much better prices for n i few varIeties than for 0. great ' many. The stock should be purchased from 'a reliable nurseryman , and not too . much dependence should be placed In agents , who are In the busIness for what they can get. out of it. I would ' advIse buying ; stock from a nursery nearest the planter , provIded his stock ' Is all right. SprIng se...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

, : \ 1ayt . i3 t , qo.1 [ - TiI1 ; FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , - - - - . . . - " - - ; ; . " . Correspondence .I" News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents - . ARTW1MiY . . . . - . . . . . . - . - - - t. I-Iumboldh. 1 : J. P. Bro\\'n and wife are viH t- lj ing" in Junction City , \Io. ! I Ly'manVh itcomb was a F'allH 1 City visitor luring thc wcck. A John Holman leaves this week 1'01' a visit ' to his old home in Eng- latt(1. t ur. \Vilson atICl ; wife spent scv- eral days last week with Lincoln rclativcs. Orin ShraugCl' has returned , , from an cxtcnded visit in Pcnn- s \ ' h ; ani a. L " i1lrs. lD.Vhitncy has bccn , , Unite sick for a week or two with lung trouble _ & \rs. Rollcy went to Falls City Saturday to spend a week with hei ' ( laughter. 1 [ rs.Iarblc entertained her sister , Lena \\Toodlcy of 'l'cctt1n- ; sch , over Sunday. \Y. \Villiams was down from \Vymorc Sunday to spcnd thc day with fricnds. H.uby.Ghumm of Juli...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

POULT IM w1r. , . k. 1 " 1 ' 4 + 'ry . ' iaaet e Lice and Mites. . Some years ago the Farmers' Re View sent out an inquiry to Us poul . try readers ! asking whlt were the . . leading ' causes of losses among the early broods of chickens. It was no surprise to the editor when the reply , came back that the greatest cause of loss to chicks was lice an'- mites. Some of the poultry raisers estimated that no less than 30 per cent of all : the chicks hatched were annually killed oft by these two pests , of which the mites were the worst. It is safe to say that if any farmer can manage I to cxterminte these insects and keep f them out of his flock he will increase ' the profits from his poultry at least 50 per cent , without anything else being . ing done j. . , ' The body lice of fowls are quite 4' easily kept off by the use of a dust bath and by the use of grease on the i heads , around the tail feathers and I under the wIngs. Perhaps some should be put at the base of the wing feathers. ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

. 4 . lay . TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I ay 14 , 1904 _ _ - - - - , - - - - - - , - w 't' About the Van Osdel Case i : .i' It was certainly kind in thc attorney for VanOsdcl to come to , : thc relief of County Attorney ; , ' Martin , in thc matter of thc sct- tlcmcnt of thc claim of VanOsdcl against thc county. Of course hc I , would say thc settlement was a i good one , for hc would have said J the same thing to thc board- of f supcrvisors. VV'c cannot bring ourselves to believe that this wit ness as entirely ( lisinterested . for surely , as thc attorncy for Vaii- . I Osdcl , it was to thc interest of both himself and client to get as I t much out of thc county as possi- blc. Hc says however that this t. Settlement was against his advice t : indicating terms rather plainly f expressed , that hc could have recovered - I covered c1. larger amount by thc verdict of a jury had thc case been allowcd to go on in thc dis- trict court. There was an easy way to have prevented that settlement...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

L tL1 . , 4 - , , & , ' - , _ _ i t , , r 1 . - - " . . . . : ; . . . . ; 1J i"ii " ' .I/ . . . . . . . . . ' 1.V.ro1 { , \ " , : " .It. , b . . . . l . ! ' . . . . . . ; < # : . /t.\ \ ; : [ , A' fj.- : . . . ' . . . . r'l : ' . . . . . - . . 1. " ' \ " \ , ' -Y.i. k. . . \ ' \ " : , / 1 The letter of Miss Merkley , whose picture is printed above , proves beyond question that thousands of cases of inflamma- tion of the ovaries and womb , are annually cared by the use of Lydia E. PIllkham's Vegetable Compound . , ; " --.l DEAB Mns. PnnmAM : -Gradual I loss of strength and nerve force told . me something was radically wrong i with me. I had severe shooting pains f through the pelvic organs , cramps and extreme irritation , compelled me to r'/ ' seek medical advi e. The doctor said ! tt that I bad ovarian trouble and ulcera- tion , and advised an optration. I .stronglY objected to this and decided to try Lyd a E. Pinkham's Vegetable - table Compound. I soon found that my judgme...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

. ( , i , , I . i \ 'av t , I 20' ! . _ . THE FALL CITY TRIBUNE . ' _ _ - " - . _ _ _ _ I LOCAL AND PERSON L. \V. . G. ummcl of Dawson was ; , I in the city Satunl 1) ' . 1 1 r ' L D. Cornell was down from s , " Verdott over Sunday. Hiss ' Zola Jones is visiting this 1 . wcek in Ivlacon , ll'lo J. g. lcttx is i building H ; large . ' - adnition ( to his livery barn. l ' rliss lVIina Anderson left Sat- urday for a visit in Plattsulout1i Dr H. P. Roberts of Omaha . . , ' 11m ( S opcncd Genital parlors in this . . city. ) ( : Mr and t..rrs. A. J. Bucrstctta " of Humboldt spent Sunday in this city , . 'rhc interior of Schocnheit's " ; i- : TJ inc ; newly painted and pa- perecL Frank Sncthcn of Ilu111boldt , transacted business in this city 11'lollla ' . Ivlonday. " Dr lVIcConncl left Sunday for . a visit with his people in Pcnn- syh'a11ia. I Dr. R. P. Robertsdentist " over Kings Pharmacy in Falls City , Neb. . Vi1liam C.Jlc is looking after hiii property ? intcrcft in thc wcst- : crn pa...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

NEBRASKA STATE . NEWS - - - - - - - - - . . a ' LAST BIG ROAD REPORTS. 11 : < : . ' , . r ; ; : Northwestern Flies Its Statement with , State Board of Equalization. ! LINCOLN.-The Chicago & North- . : 'H western was the last of the big roads i < .to make a return of its property to the State Board of Equalization. The company returns its net earnings for ' th year at ' $17,302,936.88. Its gross Y earnings amounted to 5475259063. The company spent for operating' expenses - penses $35,593,411.04 ; for taxes , $1,956,242.71 , malting a total of $37- V 449,653.75. The company spent in . i improvements or betterment $4,386- 595.15. During the year it declared four dividends of 2 per cent each on preferred stock : , each amounting to $447,900 , and two on common stock of 3 * per cent „ amounting to $1,691- 662 each. The company has a capital stock of $100,000,000 , of which $22,398,954.56 Is preferred and $77,601,04,5.44 is common stock. Of 'this amount all the preferred and scr...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 May 1904

ivIIY 13 , 194 , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - fi : * B- . _ 9' B . . ' I REMNANTS , : " d : I . . ' " , " , \ t ! ' ' ; \ Jt . g t Next week we will place on sale all the short lengths of all l sorts at great . "v " \ . reductions. , . g : Remnants of Dress Goods , Voiles , Aeolians , Batistes , Albatross , Cash ' \ . , mere , Broadcloth , &c. Many of these are Waist or Coat lengths. \ \ , t4 : . Remnants of Calico , Ginghams , Chambrey , Percale , Cotton Flannels , Z Outings. . J Remnants of Silks , Satins , &c. . ; , , : J Remnants of Silesia , Cambric , Spun Glass ! Satines , Canvas , &c. . tit. Remnants of Carpets , Mattll1gs. . 7 r Remnants of Curtains , all single and single pairs of Lace ' : Curtains. ! 'II . ' , IQ : . . ; ' On all these Remnants we shall make a reduction ranging from 25 to : Jt I , , 50 per cent. We propose to close out all the odds and ends. I , , : . . t . ' ' ' " , - - - $ 1 . ' : , /t/ 1 + vaLyFoRD F ' 1 . . . . . c : ' . - _ , - _ . - - - - -...

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 — 20 May 1904

. . . ) PAGES 2 ttJ ! ; rt nut. PAGES - ; : . - VOLUME , I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MAY 20 , 19040 NUMBER 20 _ _ _ u ' _ _ . T' l - The Republican State C01vention Vice President.----- L Wcbster. , United States cnatm'Elmcr : Burkett Delegates at Largc- John A. Piper , Burt H. C. Brome , Douglas , . ' E. 1\1. LeHang , Dawson C. B. Dcmpstcr ; ; Gage Altcmatcs at Llrgc- ' < . . . . L. M. Raymond , Lancaster Shelby Hastings , Butler C. E. Adams , Nuclwlls E. K. Valentine , Cumin g I National Conlmitteeman- ' f Chas. H. : Merrill , Lancaster . Presidential Electors- . F. A. Barton , Pawn A. C. Smith , Douglas ' , t' " A. C. Abbott , Dodge / t' , , , r. 14. Norval , Seward . "r. P. Hall , Phelps M. A. Drown , Buffalo H. H. \\Tilson , Lancaster J. C. Robinson , Douglas . . . S Governor--------------- , J. H. Mickcy Lieutenant Governor _ _ E. G. ivI'Gilton Secretary of State --.A. Auditor--- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ E. M. Searlc , Jr. ' ! 'rcasurer _ _ _ u _ u u _ Peter : Mortensen...

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 — 20 May 1904

1 Fats ( CRy Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. I ' NgDHASKA FALLS CITY - - - - - - - - - i I An attempt Lo wreck Pennsylvania train No. 32 was discovered near Hleh. i mand , Ind , when the engineer stopped the train within a few feet of a pile of I bricks and steno which had been placed on the tracl Two boys have , been nrrested. I The census has prepared a bulletin on Irrigation in Oklahoma , showing t , that In HI02 there were 3,382 acres nn- tier irrhntinn . The water i9 supplied - from 113 systems , the cost of construe- Hon of which averaged about $11 per acre. acre.Dr. Dr. Robert Bartholmew , the eminent physician } anti emeritus professor of materia medica , general therapeutics and hygiene of Jefferson Medica college . lege , Phlladephia , died after a angering . ing 111ness. Dr. Bartholomew was the author of many medical works. The national treasury department drew a warrant for $50,874 in favor of the state of Texas , that being the amount appropriated at the last session ...

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 — 20 May 1904

May 20 , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE } 1904 - - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ u _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A Mass Meeting of , Citizens } is Called 'l ' he Commercial Club and all . citizens of halls City arc caned .t to meet in mass meeting at the court house oq Monday evening , 1vIay 23 , at eight o'clock p. m. , for the purpose of considering a proposition for the location of a P large brick plant in our city , and to take such steps as may be t decmed proper in the niatter.- . V. G. L\'rol v , President , J. E. LEVDA , Sccretary. A few weeks ago The Tribune announced that Smith & : Elliott _ of Chanute , Kan. , desired to es- 'tablish it big brick plant in this , - city and their letter in this con- section was publishcd. ' 1'lie mat- I ter was placed in the hands of the commercial club , and the following - lowing letter has been received by V. G. Lyford , the presidel1 : . Chanutc , Kas. , May 12 , 1904- _ -1' ' V.G. Lyford , Falls City Neb.- , t- . Dear Si...

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 — 20 May 1904

. . falls City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. PALLS CITY . . NEBRASKA . , . Editor Bok prints ] In his Llttlal l' Home Journal lho pictures uf "lho most beau Uful chlJdl'on ( In the United States " 'rhey number two 01' three ozon. But Editor : Dole always was a fearless man. _ - - - - It haH just become known that 11. grIvman on a San Francisco street car Is a descendant of a royal family of Servia. Probably he kept his Identity secret for fear ho might have to go home and ho lelng. Principal 1'ompleins of the Chicago normal school says ho doesn't think it necessary that children should be taught to spell unusual words , and ho Jartlcularly ] mentions "syzygy' " By the way , can yon define it ? A farmer of Nevada , Ohio , 11. dry I ; town . , having boon arrested the other dny for passing around 11 bottle sup- Iloeell to contnln wllcy , made the , defense that It realty contained hard cider. Spealdng of technicalities ! The careful , conservative plodder who makes fifteen or twen...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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