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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 27 May 1904

- j The Sultan's Wonderful Jewels. f A correspondent , writing from Constantinople - stantinople to a Paris journal , pretends - tends , as the result of personal inspection - spection , to give details of the amaz ing collection of jewels in the sultan's treasury. The turbans of all the stll tans since Mahomet II are there , all glittering with rare and large gems of the purest water. There are also I j , . , . . the royal throne of Persia , carried oft t the Turks : In 1514 , and covered with more than 20,000 rubles , emeralds and fine pearls , and also the trone cf Su lei man I. , from the dome of which there hangs over the head of the ca- ; liph an emerald six Inches long and . four deep. These two thrones are the ( chief objects in the collection. . Bennlngs-"Don't you think that It would be a pretty custom for. the ladies . dies to raise their hats when meeting a friend , the same as the men do ? " Jennlngs-"How could they , when it would take : them fifteen minutes to put the...

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 — 27 May 1904

Jr , I . . . , " . . " ' . . IVlay 27 , 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE -J - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - { : GREAT _ WALLACE CIRCUS _ . L1. COMIC ) . ( tJ j FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA . TUESDAY , MAY 31.1904 ( - - - - - - - - - - - - THE HIGHEST CLASS CIR . . GUS IN THE WORLD - - - - - - - - - - - - - GREAT WALLACE SHOWSThe The Finest Horses .1 of any . : .l $ Show on Earth " - _ - - - - - _ _ _ _ _ n _ _ ! I . . . GREAT . . . . . . . . BEST . H GLORIOUS GRAND. . . . . . C I R C U . . . BRIGHTEST . BIGGEST I - . . . . , - , " ; ' ; k.fvg- : - fir . y . . j Atllerica's finest tented amusement enterprise. Monster Zoological Collection. Three Rings. Hundred of Features and PerfOrl11ers. Highest Salaried American and European Artists. Excit = ing Royal Roman Hippodrol11e. Gigantic whirl of Novelties. . - - . . - - - - - - _ . . _ . _ . _ . . - - - - . . . . f-- " .1 \ { .1 . jgV C * ! I f ; \ \ J J 1 11 . . . . r I' , . 6 I I i , I I I I - , . - . - . \ I / i 1 fr 4...

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 — 27 May 1904

- - - ilI THE KINKAID BILL j 1 .w INTERIOR DEPARTMENT BUSY WITH PREPARATIONS. a . TWO AGENTS ARE IN NEBRASKA They Will Decide Upon Lands Sus- Ifr ccptlble of Irrigation , and Their In. . structlons Arc to Make a Report as Early as Possible. ' ' ' Hitch- ' ASllING'1'ON-Secretal'y - cock , appreciating the necessity of , r passing upon certain features of the 4 Klnlmld } } lJlll throwing open the northwest . west section of Nebraska for setle- ment under the amended homestead t laws , has turned over to the geological . cal survey for report that portion of the provisions of the bilI wherein cer- tain lands which , In the opinion of the secretary of the interior , may be reasonably - sonably practicable of irrigation , arc , exempt from its provisions , The director - rector of the survey , Prof Wolcolt , has commissioned two of his corps to look over the ground prior to the date when the bill goes into effect , June 28 The Kinlmld hill provides that the secretary of the interior shal...

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 — 27 May 1904

May 27 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNJ - - - LOCAL AND PERSONAL S. P. Gist drove down from Sa- lcm ycstcrday. . D. F. Harbaugh of Dawson was in town 'l'ucsclay. N. B. Judd was down from ' Dawson Wcdncsday. J. Ii' . Welsh of I-Iumboldt was in town ycstcrday. - I Mrs . Frank Norris of Lincoln i visiting in this city. herb T.Jippold of 'Vyomi ng' is visiting his Falls City fricnds. Judge A. H. Scott attended to legal business in Crete this wcck. 'Vil1 JClJnc is at ponce for a rest from his duties as traveling salcs- man. Ingram Cain camc down from Stella yesterday to attend thc commencement cxcrciscs. 11irs. Will I-Iurst of Padonia \.as in thc city this week visiting her parents , Ben Potect and wifc. . James Elliott of Washington , 1 who has been visiting at thc home of William Cadc , left l \londay for St. Louis to sec the el'1)OSlttonl. ' Dr.R.P. Roberts , Dentist over King's Pharmacy . in Palls City , Neb. 'l'odgc IV1cKicvcr had an acci- lent with a lawn mower the first of the week a...

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 — 10 June 1904

. . A AI I 24 . i I j ] 'J/I : I Qt + , . . / ( J , + . t . 'qi ' h : , , PAGES tl a. Jj l t fl nut. PAGES. 24 > 1,11'0. . I . . . , . _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ . . ; > 11 > VOLUME \ ' I FALLS ! CITY , NEBRASKA , ' FRIDAY , JUNE 10 , 190q. NUMBER 23 P1 - - - . : . , I" . . . The City Council. . ' . . ' . : The regular meeting of . : hc : t ' ' ity council was held 011 Mottday' : " ) : , . ! . : ' ( vening' . . The matter of needed ' . . . . . . repairs on the standpipe was t11s- discussed ' ' -t' cussed at ' ' . - : . ' - . lcngth. The standpipe . .n I . is scaling ! off on thc inside ' and . , . . ,1 will soon be uscless. 'l'ltc cost of " 't/ ' 'makil1g necessary repairs will be , . . .j ; r. ' , ctns ? lIerablc. Some towiis ill thc / state are using a direct pressure l system which does way with a rI standpipc. Such systems are in I. use both at \Vahoo and Hastings , ' " and Councilmen Reagcn , Powell . . : " anel Holt were appoin tcd' on a ' . . committee to \ 'isit'thesc cities...

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 — 10 June 1904

W HiCity Tribune . BY TRIOUNE PUBLISHING CO. FALLS CI'ry - - NIJUHASKA ! . . . . - - - , , cr - - - - - - - = It looks os though the discovery - fUH1 publication of IIm'hert Spencer'IJ letters were going ! to become quito as ( low ' lshing all the printing ot letters } , of Cnrl 'le , " 'rho noble marquis who recently , become a father at the ago at 81 Is deat. ! Ho was probably unable to stand the strain put upon him by his " , heir at night. A farmer In Oregon township , Lu- cnn county , returned for taxation every cenl'fI worth of property ho Iutel. lIe got enormous headlines In . . the Toledo . j paiJers. Miss Lottie Dodd Is now woman ' t golf champion or England. From : ' , Hhona Adair to Lottlo Dud Is quite a slump , euphonlcal1y ; but horo's hick " to Lottie ' ! , anyway r Clam Morris Is talking a good deal now about the joys of old age as she finds them In liar experlonce-a good deal more , wo fancy , than she will _ when she Is really old. Wedded sixty-seven years , an aged...

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 — 10 June 1904

r , June 10 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . , . , II . , . FACTS AND FANCIES. ' " : BY ALLAN D. MAY. 'J 3 ) } . _ . . , ; ' . In .a great mal : y cases a man is : : : his only personal devil. What is ' ' nuisance p : , . " a greater than a merry-go-round ? . ' , 11' - - - Ian only wants but little here helmy , but he insists on having . . it. 1. ( It is htird to locate the dividing " - line between foolhardiness and % . aggressi veness. . " Some people can only be ade- . ' 1uately described by the ac1jec- : " " "loud-mouthed. . . ' . 4 . No carpenter every built a ' ; . . . t ; , , ; : house that was satisfactory to the - , / , other carpenters. . . . . ; : ' 'f lie more some people talk , the ' ' ; ; less con fidence others have in . i' i. . 4 ; ; what they say. ; y ( Perclicaris sounds to us more like the name of a chsease than . , . . . , , ' the nal11 of an American citizcn. - + , Some people talk so much ; , ' that they attract the attention ...

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 — 10 June 1904

r . f 1t t 1 falls City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. . FALLS CITY . . NEBRASKA + When a single pair of hell weevils propagate 13.1,000,000 other weevils during a single season , there Isn'l much to say to them on the evils of race suicide ! Do you suppose ) ) It was Uncle Russell - sell Sage who persuaded ) the other Western Union directors to give uI' the $5,000,000 Income from the poor room service ? Even leap ) rear : Is powerless ) to SIlV . chivalrous man from lCl1eellng at tilt ( : feet of the fair sea , for la , the season I of the Oxford mill Its persistently ( flop ping tics Is at hand. The unwlsdml1 of' wearing a ring set with I\n ohlont ruby worth $1 GOOG has been demonstrated to Spencer , Trade , the New York banker , who hay just been robbed of ono It Is thought that the higher oducn lion for women has just about roach bd the limit In Boston , where the fait students are now clearing { the high jump bar at .1 Te'l 4 inches The Emperor or Koren has bounced his favor...

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 — 10 June 1904

June 101 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - ' - - , - - - - " . - - - - - . , . Drainage Ma.tters by ) R. E. . Grinstead \ " 'fl e object of my letter this week ' , is to recount two historical -t' - . , transactions occurring in this ' . .county within thc last thirty , . , years , each contradictory of the . " \ other in facts and places of occur- , encc ; each one very interesting because of the fact that the firs\ one I shall recount is fiction , pure . and . unadulterated , without any truth whatever , and never occur- ' red , except in the midst of two or three individuals and that very , . reccn tty. The same purports to recall events which transpired I twcl1ty-fh'c years ago and runs _ . , follows to-wit ' . " . I as - : : / Once upon a time , in the long 'I'\ " ago , Falls City precinct issued and sold her own bonds to aid in the construction of a county court housc. Subsequently the legisla- . f - ture of Nebraska enacted a law , " providing that Richardson coun...

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 — 10 June 1904

, . -P < I Cough Due to Worms -j r A render falls to understand how cough cnn be caused by worms and would like to have some Information In this score. It certainly does seem tl'Rnge that cough should come from worms In the Intestines or stomach , : but such Is the case In some In- stances. Indigestion causes formation of gas and gas distension of the stomach , which may press upon the . diaphragm or otherwise distend or- gans so that the diaphragm Is Inter- fered with , In which case cough and vomiting might be Induced. At the same time there Is Irritation and sometimes Inflammation of the mu- coos lining of the digestive organs , and where this Is present , distant mucous membrane may become affected - fected sympathetically or nerves may be Irritated sufficiently to produce cough. Lastly , where Indigestion causes vomiting or eructation of gas , food may find Its way Into the entrance - trance of the windpipe and induce coughing. Worms are , however , usually - ly elsewhere 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 — 10 June 1904

, 1" 1"r t V , - . . l , ' i ' " . " . ' , ' ; ' . . June lO , 904 [ THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ) ' . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I i * r . 1 n dn't : Know You Had " ; ! ! -s-al , ' , , . j I - .1 < < r . , - w. _ ' \ bx t. . . This is the story we hear after every special sale we hold. If you will R ; carefully read every "ad" we have in this paper , you can save a good many ' : dollars 011 your y ar's purchases. Every article in our stock is marked in , i a plain , open mark and when we advertise special cuts , these marks are , f 1\ ; on the goods to show just what you are saving by the reductions we are " c : It making. : m . I ; Now don't come in on July 1 , and ; . ' 1 , , . . : ; - ' I say that you didn't know that we , ' x . . ) . . " . t. . , tJ , r 'j r ; . ) ' were making great cuts In our . : \ " " 1" " Vfi - I : : ' , & prices on Ladies Suits and Dress ' , . . < : ' r . "J" " Skirts during June. . , ' : " ' " . - MJ : It . I : ' . _ II ) We are taking...

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 — 10 June 1904

t . A Gambler Worth $5,000,000 , For the next two years nt least there will be little done In the gain bUng business In New Yorl-that Is there will uo few , If any , largo house : malntnlned. Since the Jerome wit ness bill was passed and signed In k Now York state It has became a very dangerous business ! Richard Can field Is not to run a house there while ' Jerome Is In power. Ho has sold apiece piece ot property for $125,000 that ho would not have taken 200,000 for six months ago. U Is understood that Canfiold 1M to part with all his real estate In New York und expatriate himself. Canflohl Is said to ho worth $5,000,000 , and the least figure Illnp.od on his fortune Is :1,000,000. : Since f ho has never boon engaged In any iii dustrlal 01' commercial businsn the I intorence Is that he made nil his . money In speculating on the turn of cards-ho supplying the cards. Russian Papero' Scare Heads. 'rho present war has produced \ the first headlllg containing more than n single line eve...

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 — 10 June 1904

( . y M June 10/ 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ _ n - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - , I LOCAL AND PERSONAL } . . . l ; at Sowles Candy. \Vagg-euer of Dawson was , . rJ 111 town Monday . 1 Ii' M. Boss of Humboldt was in the city over Sunda ) ' . ' O. A Sarbcr of Humboldt was in the city over Sunda.r. 4 Frank Hnizda of Humboldt . y. " \ spent Sunday in this city " . , . Russ Gaudy of Humboldt was . , t in town over Suuday. Lizzie Hossack is visiting with friends Weeping \ \ ' ater. , V. C. McCool of Salem was in town on business Saturday. Coupe & Thornton handle noth- ing' but the best of meats. J. B. Anderson of Reserve was in the city Sunday. James Hinton of Hamlin transacted - _ sactcd business in this city Mon- da y. : Joseph Wedner of Humboldt made a business to this city Sat- urday. . . - . A. D. Sargent of Humboldt -J was a business visitor in this city . , Mend ) ' . Try Berr"s Chick Food for lit- : tIe chicks - just the stuff . - at Heck's Feed Store. Elizabeth Sha...

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 — 10 June 1904

r The Last of Gretna Green . i I . . . . . ' . . . . . . , i ' . H + i + se.a _ lT'r y + ' w4 . , ( r . + + 4j.4 t I , . A Scone . That W. Common Enough IL Century Age , When Eloping Couples Bought the Ala of tb j Oretaa Oreon nlack.mlth In lolnlDi Them In Katlmol11" , + . Withllrs ; , . Margaret Parker or Clit . ton Hall , Westmoreland , who died 0. few tviceka ago at the age of 88 , the last oC all the hundreds oC brides who were wooed and carried away across the border to Gretna Grccn disap- peared , and one of the most romantic chapters in Cupid's history was finlllly closed.,1 , It is I > , just slxtr.ono ; years ago since 1'.11' ' : : . Jarcr ! was carried borderwnnle swift ns nn impatient lover and horses' feet could take her , and for more than forty years she led an Ideally happy life with her romantic husband Mr. Pnrlcci ; it Is Interesting to nato , was I no novice at runaway weddings , for ho had rondo one previous trip to Gret.na GI'eont" with the daughter of CoI. Yo...

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 — 10 June 1904

June . 10 . , . 1904 _ . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ _ _ _ _ _ u _ _ . _ _ i } ; , . Tine \V. O. W. UI\veii t" . ' . . ' ) - " . ' . . . . : Three Moruunents , . " . On last Sunday afternoon thc Woodmen of thc World 1 , with sol emmi ceremony , unveiled hc mon- t1tncnts that . mark thc graves of Henry Bcachcl , P. A 'Vylic and ' 4 Albert Vavra.Voolnhen from many of the surrounding towns were present to take part in the exercises and it is likely that ' . more would have been - many \ present - t'l-i. ' " . . cat had not thc high water prc- . &i. & . , . . . "cnted. \ r ; ' ; . . , ' At eleven o'clock in thc morning - I ' , ing a memorial sermon was ' I : . . . preached at thc Methodist church : : ( , .by Rc\ Eimer Ward Cole , the , . . congregations at thc other ; . ; 'M' . - churches having been dismissed JI lp.r : . . . , ; ; in order that all might join in . : ' : ' ; tli 3 scrvicc. Hcv. Cole preached , an able and scholarly sermon which was l...

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 — 10 June 1904

. . . - I "Ttl TtIE 'VOULD9S BEST WRITERS ! I 'I ' : - - i TWO HUNDRED YEARS AGO. Y - Only by trying seriously to under stand conditions of 200 years ago may wo bring ourselves to realize the ad vance the country and the world have made in the two centuries a news paper press has existed In America. In April , 1704 , was founded the first American newspaper which succeeded in establishing itself ] , the Boston News-Letter. Popular education , frock dam of speech , religious toleration and government by the people were then unknown ] In 'the colonies ] ; to worship according to the rites of the Catholic church was a capital offense In Massachusetts - sachusetts ; none but members of established churches could hold of fice ; it was a criminal act for any person to ride , 01' children to play , on Sunday ; men and women were obliged - cd to confess before congregations , and any one who did not attend church could be tined , according to law.-Doston Globe. NEW CONSUMPTION TREATMENT A n...

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 — 10 June 1904

. . , : ; . . , _ . , . . : . , - , I . . ' L ; > tIP6Eh1 ; Lr4 \ ' " 'I I \ \I \ I / ' " r/ 1.r. \ ti\ . . / \ , t\ ! ' S/1Jr , il1UiffJ l l Yf , . . . . . . . \ " .7f ) \ / . . ' ' . \ b ' tIiJ / . . ' . .r- . , ' . Paris Facts and Fashions In Paris they are wearing the basque again ; the jaunty little short coat always ; finds favor with Paris lans. In brown , black or gray suede , with silver or brass buttons , this is about the smartest specimen of sar- torial art we can have , worn with a cloth skirt of the same shade , strapped . ped with suede. Suede is beyond the price of the average 'amateur ' , which is fortunate , for It Is a fabric which . 1" . . . . . can only be successfully manipulated . . . by experts. Then , again , in Paris the tweeds , plaids . , plain cloths and serges are cut with a short , full bolero and cape-l11te I sleeves , and worn with a. wide kid band. Corduroy did not have a. . very long 5. ' . run among tnllor-made froclts. The velveteen which boas...

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 — 10 June 1904

I . . l - . , , . . . . . , ' ' . . ' ' . ' ' . ' . _ , ' . ' . . . , _ _ _ _ 6 . . ' 0'\ . . . _ _ _ . . , . ' _ . . _ ' , ; . ; -l. : . - ' Jf'- ' _ .IW6lUj , t 1\ ' . , , of , . i " . " " ' , J' ' ' ' 'J'JI JIJ ' \ ' t 'J.tP1 : Io , , , I:04r " .i ' r TI ' ' 1 ALLS'CrrY ! TRIBUNE I . _ , , _ . _ , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE \ . ' ' d . , > > puJ)1i hgd ] avFry , Friday at : : 1 ALLS CITY , NEBRASI . . . . ' . II By \ 'l'RIBUNg PUBI4ISHING CQ. ' 4 . , I . . ( ( . . ' Intercd f tis 1ccond-clas matter , Janu- . ary 12 , 1904at the port office at Falls City , Ncb. , tttulcr thc Act of Congress of March 3 18ilJ. , . . . . - - . . . - - . - - . , . . - - - - - - - - - ' ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR I. „ , dl'elephone.No. . 226 . , ' . - - I REPUBLICAN TICKET ' . , . Presidential Elcctors- I -'S J f 10' . A. Barton , Pawncc „ r , ' . 1 A. C. Smith , Douglas . . . . . . . . . . . A. C. Abbott , Dodge . - ' I . . , . . . . . . . ' --.1 : . . I-Norval Seward" " . . . ...

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 — 10 June 1904

- - - ' , ) \ Lacemaklna MachIne. It would be a revelation to the shop- pera who visit the city stores In search of finery to trIm their : gowns to know the story of how the lice which they BO much prIze Is mndc- L ' how whole families and even towns \ I ' " lit continental Europe are enga \ d In J } this work , especially : In the long winter . ' 4L \ ter months , when they are shut In by i - \ . . the Ice and snow. Some of these toil- , ' ers have to-day the aid of electrIcity and line machinery In their work , but ' _ . for years and years others have been toiling on old.fashloned hand looms , and even with no loom at all , turning . out the dainty fabrIcs wIth only their needles. The great value of this product and the enormous amount of labor spent In Its manufacture have led the inventor . ventor to study out every rosslble means , of simplifying the manual part ' of the work. A simple little machine , ' " ' with the aid of which even the young may be taught to manufactur'3 so...

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 — 10 June 1904

I . June 10 , 1904- THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Correspondence News or the County os Told by Our Special Correspondents HUlnboldt. I l red Davis of Omaha is a guest of his fathcr. Jake Snethen is spending the week in Seward. Prof. A. McMurrr was in the city over SundiJ.\ D. B. Colhapp of Falls City was in town Sunday. Pearl Hasncss is the guest of her parents in this city. A baby girl was born last Wednesday - ncsday to R. L. Linn and wife. t Joseph Ray was a visitor in Lcavcnworth , Kau , last weel Mrs. Olive Kline was a guest ot friends in Falls City rcccn tly. Mrs. R. L. Hoff and daughter are spending thc week in Lincoln. A social dance was given at thc Bohemian ball Thursday e\'cning. \ Chas. Wilson , thc druggist , made a business trip to Fremont this wcek. I. E. Smith and wife arc.spcnd- ing thc week in the western part of Kansas. Cass Wells went to Dakota this week : to look after his claim in that section. ' 'j Henry C...

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