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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 27 May 1904

I . , I. J " , : . , , , ' ' ' 1 J , . , . . PAGES 2.t1 I t jj a 11 . ! i ( ! t. ttl ' ! ribun I. l' " . ' " PAGES 24 ' : : " ' n . , _ " ' - - ' - - - - ' - "VOLu . " ; ; , Nlil ; f\ \ , , i\lf\yH- \ ; ; . ' - - - - - 1I11 - _ 8 \7ULU\II. I FALLS CITY NEBRASKA 1 LIIAY J MAY 27 ' 1904. NUMBER J " l _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - , - - ' - - - - - - - - - - . - - _ . The Twenty Second Annual Commencement , - - - - B ginning" with the Junior reception - ception on last 1 'l'h ursday evening - s , tint , thc events of 11lmcnce- men t week have followed each other in regular sequence and the week has been one of much inter- . cst in educational circles x On Sunday evening the Class t of ' 04 attended the Methodist : t church in a body and listened to ' ' thc bacala urea te sermon preached t ' by \V.B.Abxander. . The ser- mon was replete with good advice and wise counsel and the seed . sown \ will doubtless hear fruit in 4. the year to come , and the truths impressed upon them by this ser- ...

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 — 27 May 1904

I . falls City Tribune - BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO , , , . - - - - - - FALLS CITY - - NEBRASKA , . - - - - - " - WhIch or the Kuros will yon bet on whoa they get together-Kul'old or Kuropntldu. - - - - Excessive Indulgence In pop } and cigarettes Iii always harmful even If the pop is omitted. - - Some men might not he OlllHlscd to progressive euchre parties } if I their wives , could always win. - . " The summer girl and the sweet graduate are beginning to worry at the slowness 01 the rossmalor. - - - - - - At all events , Alfred Austin's Jeanne D'Arc" poem shows that the poet laureate Is eapahle of hard worl. - - - - - - - - If I the JllpaneRo progress ) ! ao rapidly for another half century , they tvili } he giving lessons In civilization them- selves. _ - New York has a remarkable epl- " demlc of measleR. Hero Is something , they can't keep the lid on. It will break ou t. " . We trust that the late Herbert Spencer's hitherto unpublished letter on War will he translated Into Russia...

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 — 27 May 1904

. . , . , ' ; ' ! f . _ l'1a27 ' , 1904'u'- THE ! FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ _ _ _ _ _ . - _ u , . - - - - ' - - - - j , - \ Citizens Mold Mass cetin8. 'L ime mass meeting of citizens held at thc court house on 1\Ion- ' I , , day j ) cvening' to consider the prop- r ositipn to locate a big brick plant in this city , was not so largely attcnded as it should have beets but there were enough people there to permit a discussion of the subject in hand. It was the opinion of all that Smith t.C El. liott should be given reasonable cncouragemcnt and a committcc I 'I was lppoinlcd to correspond with with them and to have a representative - scntath'e of the firm come here lnd meet with thc commcrcial I . c' ' ub . " ' f'\ . . . Another platter was then taken I . ' up and discusscd. A. L.StumLo , 'j. ' . mail carrier 011 route 1\0. 1 , has _ " , ; : ; ' " . been interesting the people who live across the river south of town I f in thc matter 01 securing better I , l4 roads across thc bottom. A ' ' '...

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 — 27 May 1904

; falls City Tribune . DY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING co. FALLS CITY - - NEBRASKA , . . . ' - - - - - - - Brazil and Peru arc threatenIng to . , go to war. 'rhey should be spanl < d. .li'unny misprint In the Boston Tran crIIJt-"Klnd Edward" for the Icing of England. The assertion that Joseph Cham 'horlaln Is enjoying poor health Is certainly t.alnly untrue After all , are we really ready to lHmr patiently with the "Is it hot -enough for you ? " bore ? 1\11' W. K. Vanderbilt , Jr. , has sold : : all his racing automobiles. Did the life Insurance folks protest ? . 1'axrs are to be increased In Eng land , so that the royal family may not have to discharge any of its help. The sword IR mightier than the pen hI the far East. At least , the corre spondents are not able to get to the : fron t. New York teachers find they are at liberty to marr ) ' . Nothing further Is needed beyond the desire and the chance. - - As the Russian ambassador will go j : to Bar Harbor thIs summer , the Japa if : : ne...

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 — 27 May 1904

. lay 27. Igor THE FALLS i CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - Correspondence ) : ; . News of the County as Told , by Our Special Correspondents , - - - . t ( Verdon. - - - „ . I halTer Bros. were in town 1lontlay. ' Joe Lewis and wife are in St. Louis this week. Frank Eversole and family . drove up from Falls City Sunday. Geo. Han was up from Falls City Tuesday to visit his mother. " 1\'lrs. ' Guy Gage went to Sterl- i ingThursday to visit a week or two. t . Chas. Heinzelman and Joe Par- sons were in Shubert the first of the wcek. Frank Houtz and wife , living north of Falls City visited in V er- t. don on Sunday. ' Will Crouch and wife were , I shopping in Falls City the first t ! of the week. ' tt ! 1'1. A. Veach and wife left Fri- day for a trip in , M'isconsin Iowa , Illinois and the fair at St. Louis. Jennie Robertson returned Sat- urday from a months visit in Lincoln , Ha\.elock and Auburn. The Shubert base ball team played Verdol1 on last Satur...

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 — 27 May 1904

Ft TICKLE ] 6RASS 13Y BYRON WILLIAM.5 . n How It Was. lie started ( ] a trust Hill It blew up and bust ! And the \ mnn who had started It , J 10 up IInll CUHHCIl- And that was the end of the trust bust ! Under Difficulties. " ! thought yer bon wuz a travelln' In J\fnnchoorla wrlUn' for one 0' them newspapers ? " "Ho Is , Uncle John " " 1 don't see 110thln' writ by him In ' ' ' " th' Tribune ! "No , he's writing under a nom deplume plume ! " "DcaI' sm : , you don't say ! Did It fall on him ? " "No , no , a nom do plume , a = "Oh , I see , he's sheered t' come out an' write In th' open. Nell , hy hen , I'd rather hide under a haystack than risk It and glt shot by them Russians ! This war blzness Is orful risky , be'nt It ? " - - - - ' When a man medoth a woman and telleth his wife what she wore , verily the better half need have no fear , but If ho meetcth one and Imoweth not what she wore , It Is written , be ware ! 'rho man In the first Instance w hlccth not the woman unduly and he ...

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 — 27 May 1904

May 27 , I90L THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' Grinstead Discusses r " . Drainage Question . ' Salem , Neb. , May 25 , 1904. , On lay 19th , near 'Vabash , c , , , ( f ! ; , " Indiana , work has begun on a drainage channel 28 miles in . . length , fcl10wing the main chan- nel of Grass creek to its confluence tl with 'rippecanoe river. The greatest width of this ditch is 75 feet and the least width of the same is 18 feet. It runs through \Vhite and Pu- laska counties. It is for the pur- pose of reclaiming 356,000 of hitherto worthless swamp lands. It win cost S95,000 , being about S2)7 cents per acre or 7 cents per o r cubic yard. . In Lynn county , Kansas , the : Manes De Cygne river , somewhat I larger than the Nemaha , and , very much like it in topographical - cal appearance , has been straightened - ened l. by which the bottom lands are not overflown , their value 'be- a. t ing advanced thereby from $25 to $75 per acre. In Salem township Richa...

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 — 27 May 1904

- ! @ 2 fJ\O ( i1i1 e How to Treat a Book. In an old EngllHh book the author pub- Ishee ) ! the following lines or advice to his renders : AU you amnII children who look Into this book ( Big people ) , too , t write for you ) , Spoil not , Hell not , blot not , grease not Rub not , scrub not , snot not , erense not , 'ronI' not , Wear not , 'rhumh not , hanger not , I ! Twiddling , f l And ! fiddling , ' And , above nil , , , I 0 people great and small , Don't point I 'Vlth your forefinger joint : For know , that the eyes Of folks who arc wise , Don't grow under their nails , 'I'holl/h / the notion prevails. Of butler , treacle , honey . jam , Of lHltHlwlche1l : : of beef or ham , or tea , coffee wine , beer gt porridge soup nod milk , keep clear : or all sorts of prop , and all manner of grog , Also of paint , pitch , tallow cheese , Of wax of cobbler and oC bees , Of candles and oil , And all things that spoil , \\'hlle you look Into this book , Don't abuse It. But neatly , \ Disc...

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 — 27 May 1904

l May 27 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Educational lie ariment Conducted by County Superintendent Crocker ; 1 Apportionment of School Funds. , 4. } t The county treasurer has received - ceh'ed Richardsons coun tv's share . . . . of the spring apportionment of k. 4 , ( state school money , $7,878.40. It is apportioned as follows : i Dist. Am't Dist. Am't. : , 1 S53 34 .54 $57 74 2 48 06 55 48 94 r 3 87 66 56 987 90 4 51 58 57 55 98 4' 5 40 14 58 55 10 r 6 48 94 59 220 54 7 33 98 60 , 63 90 8 41 02 61 51 58 9 48 06 62 70 94 10 57 74 63 63 90 11 6478 64 56 86 . , 12 36 62 65 50 70 13 427S 66 55 98 \ 14 5S 10 67 61 87 15. 33 10 68 60 38 16 49 82 69 68 30 ! 17' 49 82 70 36 62 1 18 744 ( ) 71 67 42 19 97 34 72 47 42 20 64 78 73 78 98 21 9206 74 6478 23 110 54 75 55 98 ; 'V - 24 S ( ) S& 76 173 02 t 25 63 02 77 56 SC ) 26 98 22 78 4630 I 27 67 42 79 41 02 ; 28 74 46 SO 55 98 29 61 26 81 55 10 30 80 62 82 59 50 31 40 14 83 52 46 ...

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 — 27 May 1904

r i - ' , . HOMAGE PAID TO ENGINES. A Remarkable Festival Observed by the Brahmans of India. 'or nB the many wonderful sights In that wonderful land at India , none Is , perhaps more striking to the European than the festival of Sri Pnncham. Pancham Is the god who looks ) ! after the ; implements ) of those who have to work for their living , and one day , loal'ly In the year la set apart to pay ihomage to those Implements The night before the festival the mechanic I . 1ol1shes up his hllploments If ho Is . c. a Hindo Merchanlcs at W rshlp. wont to look after a gas engine , he gives It a. thorough overhaul , or if he 'bo a carpenter , or a weaver , or a .lJlacesmtlh ) , he makes his tools bright ' .and lays them out for the corning morn 011 the day of the festival the implements - plements are festooned with flowers ' 01' other decorations , and during the day the religious - minde(1 ( Hindu offers dainties to his tools , particularly 'sweetmeats. \VhlIe he offers the sweets he mutt...

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 — 27 May 1904

. f\Iay 2 7 , 1C)04 ) TIlE FALLS CITY TRIBU1'\E , . , . 11 Pn'oposition.- to Pave Stone Street i $ ' . I , , \ . " . , ' 1" 1 'b , , , Last Saturday \ W.V. . Jenne will in conversation with B. S. ' 'l o\Vle , who own a large per cent - of . property fronting Stone street s. . in the business part of the city , t. ' 1 ' and in the course of thc con vcrsa- tion 1\11' Jennc remarked that in , his opinion , the time wa ripe for the paving of at least a p:1rt : of thc main street ! : of the town. Mr. , 'l'owle promptly agreed with him , - and stated that hc would be willing - ing i ; ' to beam his part of the ex- pcnse of pang if the other property - property 1Ir. Jenne realized that . Mr. . 'fowlc's willingness in the matter meant a great deal and he at once began to push thc "mattcr. He drew up a petition and circu- , J tcd it among thc property own- ' ers and that petition and thc sig-- na lures secured arc as follows : " \Y c : , thc undersign citizens ' of Falls City Richardson coun...

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 — 27 May 1904

' " . . i . . ' NEWS NEBRASKA _ II , I M THE STATE IN BRIEF. f , . , A great deal oC improvement Is going - I r' Ing on at Edgar. ( I l\ Mrs. Patrick of Lincoln wants dl- , r , , , . vorco from her husband because ho f " tried to Itlll her. I' t ' , Edgar has decided to celebrate the , Fourth of July in the old-Cashloncd I I , ' way. way.Thoro There arc now no vacancies on the ' teaching force oC the Tecumseh schools aH proposed for next year ' , . Mousel brothers , thoroughbred 1 1 l' stock breeders oC Cambridge , have , purchased Tip Top , the weU known , ' ,1 . Hackney show horse. ' , . " Mrs. Louisa Gleason , wife of Rev C. A. lea80n , pastor of the Congroga- } tlonal church oC West Point , aged 67 t It years died very suddenly last weele. " 11 i ' . : t J , r According to the Construction News . . Omaha ranks third among t.v'enty- 1 three leading title : ; oC the country In the gain In building operations for 1 ° . April over the same month a year : ago f + 11 ; F At the last m...

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 — 27 May 1904

- - - - . I AAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA . . ) % J' ' -s H ' ; S TAADE MAR1G Straighten Up . The main muscular Supports of body weaken : and let go under I . Backache i or Lumbaco To restore , strengthen and straighten up Use . ' St.Jacobs Oil i ' \ Price 25c. and 50c , wYYVYVYYVVYYVvvvrvvvteYlll I Looking ! for ! a Home ! ! ! 1 Then , why not keep In view the fact that the farming lands of b1fr Western 11 $ ? Canada are sufficient to support a population of FO,000,000 : or overt The immigration for the past six years has been phenomennl. FREE Homestead Lands easily accessible while other lands may he pur chased from Railway and Land Compnnies. The grain and grazing lands of Western Cnnnda are the best on the continent , producing : the best grain , and cattle ( fed on crass alone ) ready for marlet. l\lnrkets , School ! , Railways anel nn other ! conditions nmlHJ ' 'cRlern Canada un en'I- able HJ10t for the Hottler. Write to Superintendent hnmhrntionOttnwnC:1I1. : . ads , for n descript...

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 — 27 May 1904

, 1\I'1p7. ' 1904 TIALLS _ _ CITY TRIBUNE _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ 'u'I I - - - . : ' 1 - . - - - - , - - - - - - - . . ! I i - Correspondence 1 , , . . - _ , . ; m News of the County ns Told by Our Special Correspondents " ' ' . - , I a Humboldt. y It ; . henry Hummel of Holdrcdg"c is 't . b visiting his brother herc. , . iI ' ; 'I' y / : : ' . Unclc John Cowan has returned - i.c' cd from a visit at Holbrook , Ncb. . ; ' : . ° . , llrs. Chas. \Villiam has gone to Oak , Ncb. , to visit rcla- ti vCS. 'I . lrs. Grace Beycr left Saturday to join her husband at Salina , Tian Joseph 1Vcdner was up from 1 ! ells C ity over Sunday to visit his family. M 1-S. Veils and Ada visited over , last Sunday with relatives in. , Sterling" " John Knox left this \'Vcck for Havensvil1e , I\as. : , to spend thc summcr with rd ati yes. \V. A. Grecnwald of 1 ' ails City . was here on business tile fore part of thc wcck. henry Lcning'cr has gone to Sf. Louis to join his family in a visit to thc \V01'1d's li'air. ...

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 — 27 May 1904

- - . r 6 44 ; . . , 1 II / ' , y. . kCuiru' " : The Corn Crop. ' T. H. Mason , in an address to farmers' institute workers , said : Any , n. of our ordinary soils will grow corn i' successfully , except very bard clays , that are deficient in humus. More over , it is a gross feeder , and will make use of a liberal quantity of manure. Corn should bo the clearing up crop of the rotation , but as it 1s verJ often handled it is the dirtiest crop. If the land is full of weed seeds , liberally manured , and cultlva- tion stopped when the corn is a couple of feet high , we get a great . quantity of weeds and a small crop of corn. to Two system or cultivation are com mOlly practised in the corn belt. One t is to plow very late in the fall , ma- : nure in the winter and spring , then gang plow or disc in May , malting a shallow seed bed. There are two advantages - vantages gained by following this -11 plan : ( a ) By the late plowing the cut WOI"ns are lellIed. Some years these insects I ar...

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 — 27 May 1904

. . . May :7 : , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ _ " _ _ u _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - - - - - - ; - - - - - - - LOCAL AND PERSONAL Al Shafer of Ilumboldt was in town lol1cllY. ; . . E. Dowty of Preston was in town \ \londay. W J. \Vclls was a incoln vis- itor Saturday. . Cute Vaught was down from Stella Sunday \Vill Dec1dngcr of Preston was ' in town Ivlonday. John Ross made a business trip to Salem Saturday. R. Gandy of Humbo1 was in thc city Sunclay. L. A. Griffith of Salem spent Sunday in this city 1V r.LTilson WCl1t to St. Louis Sunday evcning. A. D. Goolsby of crdon was in town on business Sati.trday 1 ! . I ! . Dietrich cline down from , Vcrdon on bnS111eSSIol1clay ' . Olive Harmon of Humboldt visited in this city Saturday. , .r-.Hss Catherine I\'lcl\'lahon ' ' of Preston was in thc city l'Ionday. [ Norman Weaver and wife of Vcrdon were in this city Sunday. I-I'C Edwards of thc Humboldt Standard was in the city Satur- day. George Moore ' of Arago wa transacting business in this city vl...

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 — 27 May 1904

1v + 1 . . . . , . . . . - - - - - . . ' , rI' ! . NAMS ' t iAi - w P7 - t + Belinda and Rebecca , , 7 : Methetnbel and Sue , i y ' . Hannah and Amanda , . . . . . (01 f What has become of you : ? " ' ( " ' \ a. ( ' . . Once glorious In hoop and curl , . \ ' " fi. . . . With modest maiden grace ' / . I ' You led our fathers such a dance 'j ' _ . t They scarce could keep the lll1ee. , . , ' " , I wonder If you came again , " " With parted dusky hair \ . ( , , Ii And no three-storied pompadour , , " Ys , If they'd still think you fair ? If ping-pong youth . and those that steer The weary auto-car. Golf fiends and gridiron champions , Would let you stand afar ? 01' of the Vassar tatlor-mades. t The Dryn Mawr stunnln , : ; whips , TheChicago's Or Chicago's Jockey sweaters would Your old-time race eclipse ? No though you never made a tee Nor held a handle-bm' , And though your tender feelings would have ned a football star. Belinda and Rebecca , 1 Meheta and Sue { ) Hannah and .8.manaa. ...

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 — 27 May 1904

3 , l May J7. 1904 TI-p FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' . _ Current Press Comments f : . f - - - The Real Idca. 1 l After all , thc real Iowa idea is _ to vote the Republican tickcL- s Lincoln Star. r El1ui\.lization. ( If clogs arc assessed at what their owners think they arc worth thc burden on other property will 1 - LYork 'rimcs. bc pretty light.-York : 1 Memory. I A boy isn't very nlUch of ahoy ( if hc can remember at night when 1 his mother is examining him , where hc got each bruise during thc day.-Atchison Globc. Plain Statement. i At last Colonel Bryan has endi i cd thc annoying perplexity and ( . ( . announced unequivocally that hc ' is opposed to thc ti-Bryan mOVCll1cn t.- Kansas City Journal , J Office Seeks the Mn..n. I No man seems to want thc sec- end place on either tickcL The ; Vicc-Prcsincncy starts hot footI I ' after thc man who tries hardest to get away from it.- 'lorrill Ncws. PI'osperity. " " That , " asks thc Atchison Globe , "has become of the 01d- fashion man who blew...

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 — 27 May 1904

P i - - ' r Yodb i0fr 9C ' / 'f r DAR { ST RUSSIA 1 LIT IL ( iRATT IN DUINILI Y. , Copyright , 18t1G. by Street & Smith , All rights reFerved ; J " " " "A " _ _ o.fI. _ . < .WLn-r1ft.JI . . _ - _ - . r ; : : ; = ; : -C-d V- - - CHAPTER II. Continued. Beginning ! with a glass of vodka , , J. which evidently sharpened his appe tite , Radaloff enjoyed with apparent zest the viands set before him , and having lighted a cigar paid his bill I and withdrew. . The restaurant he had just quitted was only an occasional resort , but a visit there was necessary because Radaloff had need to interview this waiter. The fact is that Radaloff and the waiter both served the same master . tel' , and drew their income from the same source , the secret service fund P of the imperial police. There was one customer of this restaurant regarding , whom Jt was essential to ascertain : certain facts. It was this particular individual to whom the obliging and I i , t observant waiter referred in his bri...

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 — 27 May 1904

. May 27 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Iavcry riclay at A.T.LS CITY , N1a13RASKA . By I'RIBUNI ' PUBLISHING CO NlIlcl'cd as sccolllt-clu : , ; : matter : , Jallu- , u' y 12 , 1904allhc post ollicc at Falls City , Neh. , ulldcl'lhc Act of Congress of ; March 3 , 1879. . . . - - - - - - ON1 DOLLAR PER YEAH 'I'clcphonc No. 22 ( , . REPUBLICAN TICKET. Pl'csidclllial Nlcclon- 1' . A. Barton , Pawllcc A. C. Hmith , Douglas A. C. Abbott " , Dodgc ' 1' . 14. NOI'val , Scward W. P. Hall , Phelps l\T. A. BrowlI , Buffalo II. I 1. Wilson , Lancaster J. C. Robinson , Douglas Governor------ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J. 11. Ioiickcy ' Lieutenant GOVCI'IIOI' _ : . g. ; C. 1\l'Gilloll Secretary of 5tatc ---------A. Galusha . AuditOl'u _ . m. i \ I. Searle , Jr. Treasurer------ _ _ . _ _ _ Peter MOI'lCIISCII Supcl' lIlclIllcllt : -------T. 1-4. i\i'13ricu Attorney General -------Norris Brown Iaud 1 : \ Counnissiouer------H....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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