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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

. May 20 , 904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - The' T S11US of the ' - : ' , Miles Will Case l As inquiry is constantly being : , made about this now celebrated i" - case , we have taken the trouble of looking it 'up and find that the present status of the controversy is as follows : Joseph H. Miles produced a will made by his father in No- , " . vembcr 1888 , to w1lich was attached - tached a codicil executed three , or four months afterward This \ codicil changed the bequest to .Sam A. Milcs : , another son , from money to a life interest in certain lands , but made no other altera- tion. 'l'hat will was made in a bank at Rub , in which Joseph wets an 111ploye , and appears to . . , . , . have been left there. After the , ' ; , : ' , . , death of S. B. r..1iles . , search was made for his will in various I \ ' . places , but none was found till , J Joseph returned from the east I , \vliere he and his brother Sam J \ ' . ' : , had been on that errand. On arriving - riving in t...

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 — 20 May 1904

. . .y . . r . . . . . . . - SUCCESS. - - 1'lft the coward who quits to mlsrorluno , " 'IR the knave who changes each day , 1'18 the fool who wins half the battle , Then throws all his chances lLwny. There la lIlllo In life but labor , And tomorrow may flnl that n drenm : fJ'tlccesl ! : Is the bride or Endeavor , And luck-but a moleur'l gleam. 'rho limo lo succeed Is whoa others , Dlscoul'agcd , show traces or tire : The battle Is fought In the hotncstretc11- And won = twlxt the flag and the wire ! -J. C. Moore - - - . . . . , _ . . . . . . . . . . . &i. . " . . . . . : Lack of Working Capital . _ - - L- I , Comparing farming with other lines of business , we cannot help conclmtcl- ing that scarcity or working ! capital is ono of its greatest drawbaclts. 'fa bo sure , farming , better than perhaps any other business , can "manage ulong" on a small banle account or credit ( alone , hut , considering every- hung , it would 1 bo much better for aB concerned could the average farmer...

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 — 20 May 1904

N. - May 20 } 1904 . . 'II-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . ' Correspondence News of the County as Told by ) . Our Special Correspondents Preston. , G. C. Kaiser is . slowly i111prov- . ' ; 'l . ing" i . " ' ' L. C. Snell was in town S ltl1r- } - day. ; . - . : _ : Mr3. John \VilsOll went to - Rule z : - ' , . Sunday. . . Julia Gronin went to Rube last ! r Friday. i - . Todd I-Ioppc made a ( hive to Reserve trucsda y. . C. J. . Hoppe drove to Highland . 'Cas. ' , Tuesday. \ C. C. Shelly and family . left - Tuesday for Peterson , Iowa. , . , . . - . Grace Pylc and Lucille Shelly were in Falls City 1\lesday. . : H. P. Reiger and family returned - - , . " , turned from St. Joe trl1l1rStlay. - - 1'1'11' Hunsackcr and wife drove to \ \ bite Cloud Saturday , return- , . . / lug Sunday. : : : 1 t. 'I:1'l1ry Rhodd gave a dance Saturday at his place , south of . . town. , 1lrs. Ed Pyle and children left Friday for western ' Kansas - to visit relatives. . ' . Qtho Thack...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

. 1I I i Just I .rt. ; . - - - ' - - i When you i'rR I ! I III' thinking , Are yon P"nldng ! ! what you l thought ? ' You Ihl I I : ! ; } " 'su \ think 'ou'ro thinking 'i or \ ! III' thinking , 110 you not ? rOil think you're lhlnltlng. Think of . that , : The thought has como to 'ou- } . But do you think of what you think In thinking as you do } ? 111 thinking that you think you think Of thinking that you thought , It makes you think you thought you . thought Of thinking Cluito a lot. But than , tanppose your thinking ; w : y : Of thoughts you did not thin1\- Perchance an unthought thought you thought Was just on thinldng's brink. You see , you'd think of thinking or the thought you thought you thought , When thinking that you thought of thinking t Thoughts that came unsought. So , did the thought you'ro thinking of Como thinking at your call , Or do you think you think you thought - Of thinking , after all ? -Chicago Tribune. Providing a Seed Bed - _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ - - _ i * FwI I-...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

< . . . - - _ l\1ay 20 ; 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . . 1l r . ) Correspondence News of the County as Told by tt l " Our Special Correspondents " ' Dawson. f ' , . I _ . _ Bess Graham is visiting friends ' . in Salem this week. , r . . Mabel Estes visited her sister , Mrs. Malone ' in Table Rock over ' . Sunday. . Miss ' Dillow has returned from Peru where she' has been attend- ing school. . 1\1rs. ' Enoch , Julia Dempsey and Minnie : Murphy were down from : d' , IIumbol . Sunday. . . . . . , . . . , . Lee Bradley has moved out to : " . Miles ranch where he will work - f' . - ' . during the summer. J. W. Bittner returned to St. Louis Sunday , after a few weeks . ' . - visit with his mother. f t' ( - - Chas. laynard and wife are 1 happy over the arrival of a baby . . girl at their home last week. . . ' . . . . . . J. H. Chittenden and daughter . Dorothy , were down from Lin- coln over Sunday , the guest of . - friends. l' ; A little boy has arrived at the home of H. W. Hein a...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

f'2C"gztv ; r' . r . - k. , . . . . , ter . . . _ -xwsr .r . _ . . + u : . races , i - - . . . , . , i 1 . . . " r , r DARKEST RUSSIA BY IL GRATTAN DONNEr.LY. r Copyrlgbt , 1800. by Stroll' & smith , AU rights rClervcd. x Y . CHAPTER I. I t . . The Minister of Pollee. Karsicheff , minister of police , was ' evidently in no amiable mood as ho Ant , deeply intent on mastering the , ' details of the mass of official docu L : menls spread before him. . It was late in the afternoon of a I- December day in 188St. . Petersburg . burg was all athr111 with the life of a great city. The silvery music of . thousands of sleigh bells played a jingling accompaniment to the brill- last scenes that were being enacted 011 the great thoroughfare that paralleled . leled the historic Nova. To the casual observer the Russian capital at the time presented nothing to indicate " that aught but peace and prosperity , happiness and content , were the lot I of its people. The brilliant equip ages of the n...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

. , ; 0 , . " I ; : : , ' May 20 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY . TRIBUNE - - - - - FACTS AND FANCIES. BY ALLAN D. MAY. He knew how many miles there are In distances 'twixt star and star ; He named with ease each point of light tl'hat twinkles in the sky at night , Yet on his wisdom's learned chart . . j Was diagramed tlO t1cighbo hcart. . . The mystery of thc spreading skies Was read by his far-sightcd eyes ; But though his gaze was ever turned \Vheredistallt sues tttttt\t111hercd burned Hc never saw nor questioned why Tears , glistened in a brothcr's e'c. Sage and savant with mien sedate , . Honored his name and called him great , ' " And came to kneel while in their ears , Hc told thc message of thc spheres. And still brothcr's tcar-staincd ' 't no - eyes Saw him as one supremely wisc. vVe hope that Guy Spencer I never goes to Russia. r'f he does t . he win probably be boiled in oil - , . ' . or worse still , sentenced to a hundred years at hard labor in Siberia. The Spencer war car- teen...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

( if f 4 \ - " f i ius ( ) City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. FALLS CITY . . NBBRASKA A world's fair ode is so called because - cause it Is paid for. Consider also the grass-how every e Spire : of ItL that grows hay ! to l1U3t10 F for a living. Naples has seen Pros. Loubot , and Pros. Loubet has seen Naples and is : in no haste to die - The president of a Chicago woman's club says "tho cradle must got" ! All right , but save the haby A discouraging feature of the baseball . ball outlook is that half of the teams of each league lose every day. Two checkbooks with but a single ' bank account may he the death of t love , as Nordica's case shows. It may bo true that money stupe ! j fibs the conscience , but disappointed greed for office sours the disposition I' , Panama wants to disband its army. : As It Is not going to have any revolu lions it does not see the need of troops I III Mrs. Russell Sage says that Mr Sage will not give up his residence In New York city , taxes or no taxe...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

' - ' ' ' ( ' -i ' . , : , 1\11's. 1\IcGinnis-"Shurc \ , Bridget , an' , doe3 yez little baby croy ut noight ? " . . : : - . . 1\Irs. 1\IcDiunis-"Degorl'u , and it's mesnf that don't know ; thel' auld man snores so loud that ther poor lit. tie ] rid wouldn't have u chance on earth to be hurrud. " _ r Mother : GraY'1I Sweet l'owdera for Children. Successfully used by Mother Gray , nurse - _ in the Children's Home in New York , cur , , I' " , . wy ) ; . Constipation , Feverishness , Bad Stomach , . , . . \ , \w.\ : ; \ " Teething Disorders , move md regulate the Bowels and Destroy Worms. Over 30,000 testimonials At all druggists , 25c. Saml'lc FREE. AddressA.S.OlmstcdLcRoyN.Y. If you bet on the bay the winner is often a horse of another color. \tr" i'lnelO\vS ! 'Suothlnl : Syrup. For children teething , softens the Rums , raducee fD. Uammatlon , allays paIn , cures wind collu. 25c 8 bottle \ A New Damon and Pythlas. From North Wales comes the 1'0' mantic story of a lifelong devotion ,...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

1" :1. : . . r i May 20 , J904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . - - t Eclacationa ! lieparirneni Conducted : County Superrniendeni Crocker I Bert Stcadm of DisC No. 6 was neither absent or tardy during - ing thc six month's tcrm. - - - 41 ; 1 Rcmcmbcr thc next session of our institute will bc held in Falls City , Aug. 15th to 20th inclush'c. - - diary E. Wiltse has resigncd her position as grammar grade teacher in the Salem schools on account of her parents' health. Prof. Geo. E. Ivartin has been re-elccted principal of the Ne- braska City high school by an unanimous - animous vote. JIis salary is $900 per year The Salem schools closed Fri- ; ' \ day , : May 13th. The graduating exercises were held in the Salem i opera home ; last Saturday eve- ping , May 14th. tl'he late of the commet1cment exercises of the Dawson high school has been set for : May 27th. ! A class of seven , five boys and , two girls , will graduatc. Dist. No. 49-J. R. Recd teach- th er-school closed : May 13. Only one pup...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

. h - - , i t . " rr Sugar Beet Experiments. The results of experiments with sugar beets by J. J. Vanha and by H. Claassen have been summarized In the Experiment Station Record. In r Vanha's experiments beets were grown 20 , 25 and 30 cm apart in rows Y 35 , 40 and 45 cm distant. The distance - tance allowed each plant ranged from 700 to 1,350 sq cm. The smallest yields were obtained from the 35 em. rows with the plants at intervals of 30 om. Planting the beets 30 cm. apart in rows 45 cm. distant gave , much the best yields. Mr. Claassen' undertook to deter- mine the effect on the development of the plant ot removing or injuring the leaves of sugar beets , while the plants t were still growing. In one row the small inner leaves of the plant were entirely cut away ; in another row the larger outer leaves were removed ; while from all except the smaller in- , . ner leaves of the plants in a third row , one-half of the leaf surface was cut away ; and in a fourth row the - . . . . . l l...

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 — 20 May 1904

4. . - . . " ' " . . . . _ _ . _ . . . . . - . - , , - I . . May 20 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - The Republica.n Platform Adopted at the State Convention May 18. We , the Nebraska republican delegates in convention assembled declare anew our faith in the principles enunciated . in the last national platform. vVe congratulate the party up- condition that is of its contin- on its harmonious ; a guarantee continued - ued control in state and nation. Its record of great achieve- ' tnent is its pledge of future service. vVe have abiding faith in our great president. I-I is virile Americanism appeals to our admiration ; his ideas of duty are an inspiration ; his exact- ing- from puhlic officials a strict compliance with law and honor - or , commands our highest respect. His punishment of pub- lic delinquents has our unqualified approval. I-lis fearless enforcement of the statutes against illegal combination in restrains - strains of trade and commerce without unnecessary alarm to ; c...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

. \ . . . , . " , , " . . . . - - , . POULTRY ; . . ' . . . . . Attention to Breeding. R' fir When man first domesticated the fowls of the jungle he had no thought .of the wonderful things that were to develop from them through the scl .once of breeding. It is altogether likely that the first distinct breeds ' came Into existence gradually and as a result of the differing conditions of the countries In which they were raised. It is believed the first fowls do- I. .mastlcated were those of India From that point they were taken east , north and west. In the beginning they had F all one general set of characteristics. But In the course of time the fowls if China developed in one way , the fowls of India In another and the " , - . owls of the various countries of Europe . rope in other ways. At first no attempt . + , tempt was made by man to direct , " , . . . his development , that Leing a result " " , " ' n ' : . . - Jf place and conditions So at the beginning . ; ' . ' . ' ginning of...

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 — 20 May 1904

May 20 , 1904. . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - LOCAL AND PERSONAL Jake Mcsslcr : went to Vcrdon on business l\londay. Guy Spencer of Omaha spent Sunday ill Ibis city. Elsie Goldncr left Sunday for a visit in Pawnee City. P. Carpenter of Humboldt [ was in thc city Saturday. P. 1\1. Hinklc of Stella was in the city over Sunday. . J. \\T. Vaught of Stella was a halls City visitor Sunday. . 1\lrs. A. 0. Gisc of Vcrdon spent Sunday in this city. llcrman ; Spangler of ivlorrill spent Sunday in this city. Roy Ward of 'rablc .H.ock . was in thc city several days this wcck. . Nfss. G. \V. llnttcrficlcl of 1-111111- boldt was in thc city over Sun- day. . day.L. ' L. A. Griffith of Salcm made a business trip to this city Satur- day. day.Arr. l\r. sold \ vIrs. John \V. 'rowlc went to 9maha Nlonday aftcr- noon. .r"lr. and 1rs. , 'Y111. Uhlig left Sunday for a trip to the . St. Louis cxposition. , Clark Peed came over from Reserve - serve h...

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 — 20 May 1904

Y rK . ' i ; / , f [ , y i A t m TALES : ' , ti ! ! ! ! t. " .i . .fi ! ! " C ! ju ir i' ! ! i j ! ! j ! . . = = ' \ Women In Wartime. " With drum-beat stir and bugle urge Y The mon have marched away ; , + But the women , 0 , the women , As the daybreak chill and gray- . The women at the city gates , For them no bugles play. For them no surge of patriot wrath , No gladsome shock of steel : But the aged and the Invalid , The helpless child's appeal- And patience , patience , patience still , Whatever one may feel. At night the torturIng dreams of harm , The real fears by day , With tasks of han that cannot keep r The ravening Thought at bay : Cooking , cleaning , sweeping , sewIng In the heaviest hours "pray. . . 0 , battles of the silences ! Of hearthstone , heart and toll ! Of these no veteran tales are told , , No bloodstain blots the soll- . : . The battles of the women , t4 ' Fought In anguish and In mgil 'i War Cuts a Knot. Who would suspect E. F. Seaman , the jolly Seaman , wi...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

( I I , ( ' . t ! r t May ' 201 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE u _ _ _ _ _ _ f. . J. TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . PubliHhcd Every Friday at , VALIS l CITY , NEI3RASKA. By TRIBUNE PU33LISHING CO. mJltcrc 1 as sccoJl < 1-class mattcl' , .TaJlu- : ( ry 12 , 1IJO , at thc post ollice at l + alls City , Nch. , 1crtheActof Congress of March 3 , 1879. - - - - - - - - - - - - ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ' rccphonc ] No. 22 ( . REPUBLICAN TICKET. ,1 d For Congress : 1 laranm ( J. BUlm.lt'tT , I.4illcolll. 101' ! State Senator : ' , I 1 ; . A. : l\UCKHH , ] Humholdt. 1 t 101' ! Members of the r..cgislaturc. ) J R. 1 , . GIHNS'l'HAD , Salcm , ' ' { GHOIWH 81\1I'1'H , Dawson W. H. HOGHIWH i , Stella - - - For County Attorncy. ' v. II. MOltHow , Sh\lhcl.t WISE MEN. It has bccn said that a wise . man changes his mind , but that a fool never docs. 'rlH' truth of this statement is apparcnt. 'l'hc wise man of tell years ago might easily bc thc fool of today , if he had Clever changed his mind dur- ing' thc pas...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

t w + 6r - 4 DRIVE ENEMY BEFORE THEM. ' , ; . Russians are Unable to Check Advance u , of Japs. ASHINGTON.-Tho Japanese legation - . * gation here received the following ofli- clal cablegram from Toltlo : "Gen ral Kurold , commanding the First army , reports from Chiu Lien ' \ i , _ Chang that on May 1 the Second and t ( fr' Twelfth divisions and the Imperial guard , forming the First army corps , had advanced notwithstanding resistance - allce oil the part of the enemy , by three roads , driving the enemy before them , and at 8 1J , m. occupied the line extending from Antung to Lh.tshu Jon. The Imperial guard surrounded the enemy on three sides , and , after a severe fight , captured twenty guns , with horses and carriages , and more than twenty officers and many men. The general reserve corps advanced by the Lia Yang ratlway. The enemy was composed of the whole Third division - vision of the Twenty-second and , . . Twenty.fourth regiments of the Sixth infantry division of sharpsho...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

A . May 20 , 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - ' - ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - , 11 ( ! . I . . . . . . . .i4111"r ; ! - _ nZ ! - . . - M' j FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA t TUESDA MAY 31 1904 1 - - - THE HIGHEST CLASS CIR = GUS IN THE WORLD - - - - - A - - - - " - - . . - . . I GREAT WALLACE SHOWS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . . . . " g . GLORIOUS GREAT GRAND. . . . . C I R C U S . . . BRIGHTEST BIGGEST : BEST - . --r-- . . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ . - - . - } . . The Finest Horses ' of any , \ Show on Earth t . _ . _ - _ . . _ - - , , . Atnerica's finest tented amusement enterprise. Monster Zoological Collection. Three Rings. Hundred - . . , ! . _ , of Features and Perfortners. Highest Salaried American and European Artists. Excit = . - - ' - ing Royal Roman Hippodrol11e. Gigantic whirl of Novelties. ' I - - , . . _ . _ . , , . t F. . , . . , r . ' . 'n ; ! > , , 44i ; \4Q , ' cL ( ' , I ' # ' C , j ,1 , , \ ( _ _ \ 4 . # , I rl D p " 1...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

1 , Could You UGO Any Kind of a Sewing F ; rt'r ' , Machine at Any Price ? If there Is any price so low , any offer so liberal that you would think of accepting on trial a new high . grade , n" " drop cabinet or upright Minnesota \ , Singer , Wheeler & Wilson , Standard , ' 'White or New Home Sewing Machine , cut out and return this notice , and you will receive by return mail post- paid , free of cost the handsomest sew- Ing machine catalogue ever published It will name you prices on the 1\lInne- seta , Singer , Wheeler & Wilson , White , Standard und New Homo sewing - . ing machines that will surprise you ; f ) . - we will make you n new and attract- ; rr lye proposition , u sewing machine of- for that will astonish you. If you can male any use of any sewing machine at any price , if any , kind of an offer would interest you , don't fail to write us at once ( be sure to cut out and return this special notice . tice ) and get our latest book , our latest offers , our new an...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 May 1904

May 20 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - LOCAL AND PERSONAL - - - - Eat Sowlcs Candy. \V A. Grccnwald spent Sun- < litY in Salenl G. \V. Inskccp weft t to Pawnee City Sunday Henry Hofcr went to ortcsquc on business Monday. Jim l\IcHI. : was in Craig : : , ll'Io . , . on busincss this wcck. Sec Coupe & 'l'hornton for I M . fresh mca ts of all kinds. 1\11' . and Mrs J. C. l\Iartin , , went to Pawnee City Sunday. Anderson 1\1il1er ' left \ ' y on a business trip to Brcckcn- rilgc , : Mo. wVe arc still making special low prices on curcd ( mcats and lard.-- Coupe & 'l'hornton. Try Bcrry's Chick Food for lit. tlc chicks - just thc . stuff - at Hcck's Feed Htorc. 1\lesclamcs l.1'1'ank ! Vcach and .Moses Veach of Vcrdon visitcd in this city cc1ncsday. . r 1ln'm. . Wilson and 1lrs. ' G. ' \V. Holland left l'\'londay for St. Louis and will spend some timc at thc cxposition. 'Vc kill all our own meats ...

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