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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

t , n Y DARKEST RUSSIA DY 11. GRA.TTAN DONNELLY. r Copyright , 1800 , by Street k Smith , All rights rCllcncd. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ r - . . . . . . . --.v - " ' . , . - - - . CHAPTER V.-Contlnued. ( ) "My dear sir , you are very welcome , believe me. My son In his letters , ; from Asia had already spoken of you .in terms which show his high regard and esteem , and believe me , it would have been a matter of sincere regret . had you not given me an opportunity of expressing my thanks In lCrson. Karslcheff ! " The general had been observing the scene and approached. . "You remember meeting General Cobb at the American minister's ? " And the ice thus broken , General F Cobb was soon introduced by the I count to most of the celebrities press ent , and particularly to those with whose fortunes we are more immediately . .atoly concerned. It was now approaching half . past eleven. ' General Karslcheff , leaving the . American enjoying a teto-a . tete with ' . Bar...

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 — 17 June 1904

. - . June 17 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , - - - - - - - - - 11 I I . - Burkett For U. S. Senator. I (1 ( I + rom thc Washington Post. ) \ Unless Nebraska tumbles over ; into the dcmocratic column nest i November , thc election of Hcprc- } scntativc lDlmct' J. Burkctt of thc : first Nebraska district , to succccd i 'Char1es 11. Dietrich in thc United I St.iltcs ; senate is assured. Hc has t ; been unanimous ] ; endorsed for senator by thc Nebraska rcpubH- cans in thc state convention and , there is no suggestion of opposi- f tion to his canelidacy. If .i\l.r. Burkctt comes to thc lr' senate , it will be ltlHlcr conditions : ) as nattering as ever attended the , clcction of any member of that t i body. \Yithout having spoken a , , word 01' raised a hand in his own , . ! behalf f , hc has been made the unanimous and enthusiastic I i ' choice of thc republicans of his state , thc name d no other mall II I having even been seriously con- . . , sidcrcd as a successor to Senator f Diet...

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 — 17 June 1904

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Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

. .4 ' . . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE June 17 , 1904 - - - - - - - I Current Press Comments Seeln is Believing. . From observation taken along I. thc route on a rccclJt overland , trip to Falls City , , vc { arc thor : oughly convinced that sonic of thc most beautiful farms in thc United States tic in Richardson I counly.-Verdo11 Vedettc. tfi Equa.lizt\.tion. , Our Ricllarclson county dcmo- I cratic friends who arc kicking on I thc iniquitous revenue law , need , t l , ! ! not weep entirely without hope l If the republican assessor under ; thc republican law has done \ " thcm wrong" they stay easily take thc platter before thc dcm ; ' ' } ' ocralic board of equalization and I'll l 1 L1 all their gricfs may bc turned to i joy , even if they do lose some , 1 ammunition for thc coming cam- /1 / , I paign.-Humboldt Lcadcr. 1 Shadow Never Grows Less. li I After all the burly form of I Grover Cleveland casts a darl ( clan ! 1 R aspirants for the presideutia \ , 1 nomination. His shadow is alw...

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 — 17 June 1904

\ : tOLD IN CALIFORNIA. . . , - . ti Helping the kid n eye Is helping the whole bOdY , for it Is ! the lchlneys that remove the poisons and ' { waste tram t.J the bed y. Learning -el - _ _ _ ; y . this simple lesson line ' made many sick men and _ . women well. Judge A. J. Fetter of 318 So. E. St. , Ban Bernardino , CaUt. , gnys-"For : 18 a years my kidneys were not perform ' lug their functions propm'ly. There was some backache , and the kidney r secretions were profuse , containing also considerable sediment. Finally the doctors said I had dlabetcs. Donn's : Kidney Pills wrought a great change I " In mT eondltlon and now I sleep and I . feel well again. " II I I r. . A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney modlclne which cured Judge Felter will bo mailed to any part of the i United States. Address Foster.Mllburn ' Co. , Buffalo , N. Y. Sold by all dcal t- ! . . . ' , ers ; price 60 cents per box. The German War on Quacks. t The German police have begun a I systematic campaign against qu...

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 — 17 June 1904

, . - - - - - . - . _ - _ _ - - - - - . . . . - . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - Y , " ; ' . , : , . " , . ' , . , . ' , " ' . , ' . . " - , - , June , . - 17. - 1904 ' - . . . . . . . . : , ' . " " " , TI-IE ' ' . " . , I , < < FALLS . . . . . . . " . CITY - , TRIBUNE . - 'C , . . - - 1 . . . LI J 1 \ I . r ' l I I orchestra."I t" II Correspondence : ' . : ' , - : ' cws of the County as Told by I Our Special Correspondents ' " ; ' . , H lUll bo I d t. , ' , " : . . . . . . . . . . John Hill is. in Iloldrege this : t' , ' wpek. : : . ' P. O. Avery and wife went to i. ; ; , v St. Louis this . . ' . . . week. ' $ " b' : : , < " , " . Art Gerg-ens and wife of Au- \ : ; burn spent Sunday with relatives ; " " II' , 'if , , ' here. . here.A .i. . , A baby was born to Todd t l , Drake and wife : ! ' on 1\londay but . ' it Jived only a short timc. - : - : , . Mrs. Caroline White i came down f\ \ - from Lincoln Sunday to visit her t parents Ihing west of town. ' . f Myrtle Tinker arriv...

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 — 17 June 1904

. . - . - . . . . . . . . . . . , 1 ' - CROP CONDITIONS. , - l The Outlook at a Whole I. Quite Favorable. ABHINGTON-The weather bu- reau's weekly summary of crop condI- tions Is a8 follows : While too cool for best results In ' . portions of the lake region and In the districts east of the Rocky mountains , I with excessive moisture and lack of ) t sunshine in the central Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys , the week as a whole has been very favorable In the districts east of the Rocky mountains. Drouth In the South At- .t lantlc and eastern gulf states has been very generally relieved , although rain Is needed In portions of Florida and In the central and western gulf coast distrIcts. The North Pacific coast also experienced a favorable week , but In California nearly all crops . were Injured by continued drying north winds. Over the western portions of the corn belt the growth of corn has been checked by the lack of warmth and sunshine , and It is much in need of cultivation ,...

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 — 17 June 1904

, , . . . . ' \ ' " _ . . ) , " ' . ' 1',4 \ . " . " . . ' . . - . . , . ' . , . , . . . " ' " ' JI. J , ; q ] tinc : ,17 . , 190Lt THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - . ' ' ) . . = ---M - - - - - , . . tOCAL AND PERSONAL - - I j I Eat Sowlcs Candy. . . Sec Coupe & tl'hornton for II I . ' , fresh mcats of all kinds. L , ; " : James McDowell is suffering . attack of rhcu11la- \ " , from a severe - J 1 , "hJ , tisl11. I . ,11 , , , : ' " . . ' ' Chick Food for little t.tl. . . Try Bcrry's - I : " . tle , chicks - just thc stuff , - at . . . . . . . . : , l . cck's heed Sforc. . I .a ; . w ' . . I . . : . . . . 'Kaiscr & Harnack's saloon ' " - " , 'ri'011t has been touched up br the \ . the pain.tcrs t this week , i. ' . , Dr.R.P Robertsdentist : \ l } ; ' . : . ' ; , over Kings Pharmacy in n F,1. / Falls City , Neb. A J : I . . I The front of W. S. Korncr's I . hardware store has been treated I . . . ( ; , . . . . .to a fresh coat of pa111t. I , " \ . ' , j\1 \ : , ; John \ Lichty is lay...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 June 1904

. 1 t I I C 1 I riknn. r . , \ J-- . . : : . ' VOLU "IE I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JUNE 24 , 1904. ' NUlVIBER . 25 - L , It . , LOCAL AND . PERSONAl. . , . . H. A. 'riehcn of Dawson was in the city 'l'ucsday. Francis \Vilhcc of Stella was " , iu tOW11 on busincss 'l'uesday. Frank Snethen of Humboldt . was in town on business 'l'ucsday. ' Ncllc McMahon and Nora Po- tcct were in Preston \Yedncsday. . J. A. Williams : of I-Iutuboldt was in town on business 1ondiLY. 1\1. L. Wilson and wife of Hum = " " ' : . b'olclt visited in this city 'l'ucs- . : . . ' ! . 1 Coon Sailors , the sage of Dar- , ' ada < was a Falls City visitor " /l'ucsday. , . The usual services will bc held . . . tt St. Thomas church next Sun- " < . , le All arc in vi tcd. , t , ) I )1' . J. L. Gandy uf Humboldt " has been interviewing thc Loard " : of equalization this .wcek. Es-i ; presentative Chas. Smith of Ncmaha precinct was a busi- ucss visitor here 'l'hursday. . ' 'd , . John Gilligan and wife went...

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 — 24 June 1904

, DEAD ' LIST CROWS AS NOW COUNTED 624 LOST r : THEIR LIVEtl. . . . II SEARCHERS RENE THEIR WORK Larger Portion of the Bodies Recov. it ered Arc Identlfled-Funer&ls & of Nearly One Hundred Victims Held i on Sunday. NEW YOlUe-Sunday's harvest of dead from the Slocum numbered for- c , ts-one , bringing the total number of bodies ao far recovered up to G24. Of i these jjg ( ( have been hlentlfietl , whllo , thlrty-ono of the victims now lying I ! \ at the morgue have not bean ciaimeyl I I I /y friend 01relatlvo. . While the list ; . . of missing has been cut down some- il i what by the identifications made taI - I I day eleven now manes were added to q that roll , thus leaving the total of tl missing almost l aH It was on Saturday , ( i something more than 500. ii . Early < Sunday morning the seaJches begun anew the work of locating the I Slocum's dead. Within an hour they had recovered thirteen bodies oft the ! I short of North Brother Island. Three . I of the bodies were f...

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 — 24 June 1904

1 14 --4 " , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' : . June 24. 904 FALLS r. < < 1 _ _ _ - - - " " fi , , . Ii . S\in&ge Matters . .i W. ' L . . . . ; .l. . ; . ; . By R. E. Grin'stea.d : - - - - - - - , Ii. - - - - - \ t\t : : several different places ' . along the Nctiulha river , where levels have been taken , by dif- fcrcnt persons , the gradient is i ! not less than 10 fl per milc. On account of anticlinal or sinclinal formations in thc underlying rock " . . mow ' strata , which sometimes brings thc top of same to the height of bottom of channel ; then the fall ,1-is'lno'dified : by this , bbth above and below where the same occurs ; " " .f below this thc fall is greater andY 1 , . . , , , , . ' Y " ' ' above 1t is less than the average . fall. This prevails for sonic dist - t " . tance each way when normal . . " ' conditions again take place. . . / : If at any place along thc course . . ' of a stream thc forces of nature . ' " which originally caused anticlines - ' , . . J clines...

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 — 24 June 1904

- - - - . _ r. r _ , . . JJ 1 J 1 J . . . . hn Mlli TilE WOULD.S j . . BEST : WRITERS ACCIDENTS ON THE RAIl.WAYS. ! Granting that there Is a greater mileage of railroad In this country. . the proportionate travel 15 probably , greater In England than here. What , then'ls the explanation of the fewer fatal accidents , or , rather , the almost total lack of accidents In that country - t try nR compared with the frightful mortality on our American roads The exact solution Is probably not easy , but the most natural explanation that will come to the mind Is that the British roads are bettor managed and that they are held to a much stricter accountability by the authorities. An other reason also Is the total absence of all grade crossings ' In England and the universal employment of the boat of safety devices and signals , the block system being practically unl- vorsal.-Now Orleans Picayune. OUTWITTING THE SANDS. - In his article "From Coast to Coast . in an Automobile , " In the May 'Wo...

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 — 24 June 1904

. . . . . , " , , " ' . , . , . , . ' .6 If. , ups . . . . I : it f f 1'I \ 'IJ ' \ ; ii ; " Q " " ' "j ! : . ' r , \f \ J l i I' = bill . o . , In. ' " , \ ; A" ! _ : , - . \ ' / ! ( J In ' . 1' . JIll r i/I I l l \ ' : . , . ' . . . . . \ ' . 4\'f\ \ " , ' 7f . 1 ' J k , ' . . . . , , ' , . ' ' ' ' 0' r K New Lingerie. , \ : . . . . ' , " The very lightest pink and blue , " , , " " . , . ' hatlste Is In favor for underclothing. It washes well and Is not by any , means so ruinously expensive as silk. J French women stow these delicate articles In what Is called a lingerie basket , covered with cretonne and trimmed with ruchings and lace , inter . lined with plain color In harmony with Its contents. This forms quite a pretty adjunct to my lady's chamber , and the cover Is generally wadded , a large , flat bow on the top. Ribbons form the hinges , but there are pockets Inside for holding sachet bags , which _ . . . . . . give the different articles a delightful aroma. In these basket...

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 — 24 June 1904

- - - - 1 I f June J _ , 24 , 1904. . " . . ' THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I - - , 11 , : : Con . . espondence ; I News of thc County as Told by _ Our Special Correspondents I Dl\VSOI1. James Riley is down front GUHl- ha visiting his brothcrs. . . . Joe Miles jr , : and Guy Crook of Falls City were in town Sund y. ) Mrs. Sam Hcim ] rGturncd home thc last of the week from Jasper , \Io. Chas. Draper of Lincoln visited relatives here .fcw days , , thc past wcck. / May : : and 1tarceila Taylor are ' spending the week with relatives " . in Auburn. Pearl , Phillips of Hastings is visiting : her brother Clarke , it ) " this cityi ) , ' . , : . . . . , . May CrawJonl WClit to.Falls : City Friday 1 to spend a few lays' ( with Anna Martin. Mr. Bracclcn jll1d , little son of Humboldt were visiting at Will \1 ' brigh t's over Sun < 1ay. Li11itliVaggcncr spent a few days thc past week in Falls City visiting at thc home of John Gil- lig-an. Dr. Hewitt \vaggcncr.wcnt . to Omaha Sunday where hc will e...

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 — 24 June 1904

i , , . , ' ' ' -J.J ' \ \h \ , , 19i < , t' I , , ; I r .1 . ' THE FALLs"Crtv TRIBUNE ' , : : . . , . , June I. . 24 , 1904 ' , " I " " ' , . ' " . \ . ; . , . . ; . . . Qr&inage , Matters' : . ' R. E. Grinstea.d ; . By & : } " . . - - - - - - . . - - - n , * : Jr . ' . ' At several different places along thc Ncmaha river , where levels ha\'c beefs taken , by dif- fercnt persons , thc gradient is not less thah 10 ft per mile. On account or antic1nal or sinc1inal formations in thc underlying rock p . " . , . . . . . .t.rat , which , sometimes . brings the top of samc .to thc height of bottom or channel \ ; then thc fall . "is modified , by this , both above and below where thc same occurs ; . , ' below this thc fall is greater and v , , . . , , , ' . : above ' it is'lcss than the average fall. This prevails for some distance ' . 'tancc each way when normal I , conditions again take placc. , . .If at any place along the , course , " , of 'a stream thc forces of nature . . ...

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 — 24 June 1904

i , 1\ II 1I \ . . I , ' . \ , : ' . , MTflTItE WOULD.S BEST WRITgRS 1 .ACCIDENTS ON THE RAILWAYS. I ( 1 Granting that there la a greater , 1 mileage of railroad In this country , Ithe proportlonato travel Is probably Igroator In England than hero. What , ' 'then"ls the explanation of the tower ) fatal accidents , or , rather , the almost , total lack of accidents In that coun try as compared with the frightful mortality on our American roads ? The i exact solution Is probably not easy , hut the moat natural oxplanaUon that will come to the mind 18 that the British roads are better managed and that they are held to a much atrlcter accountability by the authorities. An- thor rellson also Is the total absence -of all grade crossings In England and " the universal employment of the best of safety devices and signals , the block system being practically UDI- versal ; Now Orleans Picayune. \ - OUTWITTING THE SANDS. , ' In hIs article "From Coast to Coast I 'in ' an Automobile , " In the ...

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 — 24 June 1904

' : tl : , . , ' . , > > , ' , , , ' , " ' " # ' " ; " " ' . t. j June ; 24 . 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' " , , . , r rcO ; poride c- _ _ _ . News of the County as Told by µ 4 i ' . Our Special Correspondents _ . . . . - - ' - - - Preston. ! \Ii'S. Pose Shelly is on thc sick list. , L. A. Kinscy of Verdon was in . town li'riday. , A. I. Hcacock is having his elevator shingled. Fred aough of SL Joe is visiting - e iting friends hcrc. ! John Bcnschotcr and family were in town 'l'hursday . Y Mrs. John Hossack came ' down from halls City Tuesday \-1rs. J. C. Schneider of Pawnee I is i visiting relatives hcrc . ' Ed Douwtr went to Vcrdon F' Thursday , returning Friday. I , Jennie Vilattync and Grace Cro- , nisi . , of . Rube were in town 'rhurs- day. # i. . , . 'prof : Larabee of Rube . will ; teach the . Preston . school ncxt " f , term. ' I' ' , , ; rhc central telephone office has been Moved into Reigcrs t- i " storc. " 1\ o - . lr3.'Ja 1c Sincl...

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 — 24 June 1904

livE STOCK , . . - The Horse's Walking Galt. How fast the hOl'so wal1m regulates :0 : same extent his valuo. 'fho slow walking horse Is tiresome animal to labor with It ono has an ambition to do a good duy's work. On the Guru the rate at which a horse can want Is seldom considered at breeding time , yet wo must expect that slow walking horses will produce slow walking horses , and that fast walking gorses will produce fast walking 1I0rsos. This Is a. principle that It wIll pay to keep sight of when the snares : and sta1ll0ns arc being matod. Some of our best farmers claIm that It IS largely a matter of trainIng , and that the slow horses can be traIned to Increase their speed of wal1t1ng This may be so , but It Is more likely that the habIt of slow or fast walking 'JJ ' ' a matter of Inheritance. However , It will bo a good thing for the men that teach horses to work to take the tablt : of slow walking In hand if the colt has formed It and try to break It fly teaching the anImal to ...

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 — 24 June 1904

i . # i4 June 241 } 1904 TIlE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , l ; : ' , . r Currcnt ' - ' Press Comments. : - { , " . - - - - - - - - i : . ; . : : ' n . , Undue Inflmacy , \ . , ' . , . I f" : 4 . . . c I i . . ! , " . ' ' . ' 1. ' ' f 'l'h1l1g are getting pretty bad 7' - . J when a bartender calls you by . . . . . ' yonriirst 'mimicAtchison ! Glbbe , li 111 Kansas. . , 1 . .1 : \ A. 1 Bar association " has been err - . ) , r ± } , , ' ) ; ranizcd in Hiawathl. . , : Heretofore ' , - ' ; , fore 'tl : scription case has an ; , , , swcred all purposes.-Robinsoq . . . ! . " . .Index. , ' . , ' . . , I' , _ _ _ _ _ I r- # . &on't \Vorry ' , " ' Don't votary , . over the rc\'cltue ' " :1\v. ] : You will not be compelled i . to par taxes anything you do , , riot , posscss.-Humbol Leader. - - - - Pa.ramount Issue F 'rhe g- old , standard , democrats want the tariff question for an is- ' " ! . she : and thc republicans are all of : t teulvilling they should make it jL . . the real thing'-Blue' Spr...

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 — 24 June 1904

1 K , , . II I II I I I Clean Milk for Chicago We have had a great deal to say In the past about the unclean condition of the milk that goes to Chicago and other great clUes. Let It not be sup , posed that there 'Is not being a constant . tant Improvement In this matter and that Chicago Is not receiving some clean milk also. Last week a representative . . sentaUV of the Farmers' Review vis. Ited a bottling plant at Barrington , Illinois. This plant Is a now one just opened by the Bowman Company of Chicago and Is the third one of the kind belonging to this company , the other two being I1t Crystal Lake and Elburn. The one at Barrington began operations on the first day of May and at the time of being visited had been running but three days. It will pay anyone Interested In the produc , tHm and Ute handling of milk to visit this plant , or , In fad , any of the three plants mentioned ; for he will receive a valuable object lesson In the han dung of milk for human _ consumption With Ut...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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