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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 June 1904

. I June J 24 , 1904 _ _ _ _ ' _ _ _ THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE THEY EAT COLD MINCE PIE. t I Delicacy Said to : Be a Favorite Lunch- . , eon Dish with Men-Then F r j . Complain of Headache. t : A. young woman who is in un I o nice in which there are a number I : . of men sUJ's that it is a constant . " surprise tu her to see what these I - brain workers eat for luncheon , IHtJ'S Ow Knoxville t5entinel The f " ' 11rm she is with is one of those l 1" which was burned out , and so , Uti the lunch room which the clerks ' l : office frequented was burned also , f I , these young fellows now patronize - - ize the basket which un itinerant colored : mUll and his clean and portly wife bring to the new qual" . . I , . , , \ 1'he . young . woman says that one 4 . , of the most capable of the firm's I' ellll'loJ'cs ' lunches thoughtfully oil It cold mince pie and ice water I while he sorts his mail. She says I - - , ' . he complains of headache ever nnd"'anon , but he never t4.inks of " attributin...

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 — 24 June 1904

. - . , r . falls City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO FALLS CITY. NEBRASKA . . . . . 'rho typhoid microbes are pretty .wldeawalto , hut they are very easilY taken In However , Mr. and 1\II'B. Mosquito are still laughing In their sleeves at the eminent scientists. After a man takes more than $5,000 they quit cnlllng It stealing and refer to It as emhezzlemont. An observer says that the earnings oC married women are decreasing. How about their expenditures ? The mental anguish oC a dry man In n wet district Is exceed only by that ot n wet man In a dry district. Now that "Josh Dllllngs" Is dead , Prof. Davy Jones of Lancaster claims to be the "grentest English seller" living . 't ' his talk about time uselessness of the verlform appendix Is very fool. ish It's exceedingly useful to the doctors. The Duke and Duchess ot Marlbor ough arc reported to lIe living npart. There are only n few happy American duchesses 10ft. The Pennsylvania clergyman who shot nt a burglar the other day and hi...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 June 1904

i . , . . I t - , : NEW HOMES a 11 THE WEST Almost half million acres of the fertile and . well-wntcroj lands of 'the Rosebud Indian neg- 1 IInaUon , In South Dakota , will be thrown open , . to settlement by the Government In Jnly. These i lands are best reached by the Chicago & North- f , Western ltallway's direct through lines from Chicago to Bonesteel , S. D. All agents sell I tickets vii \ this line. Special low ratos. f HOW TO GET t. . A' HOME Send for a copy of pamphlet giving full Informa. lion as ; 0 dates or opening and how to secure \ lCO - - acres of land at nominal cost , with full doscrip lion or' the soil , climate , timber and mineral , _ ' . resources , towns , schools and churches , opportunities . tunltles for business openings , railway rates , etc. , free on application. . . . ' - . " . W. R. KNISKERN , Passenger Traffic Manager , wwaoa UHICAGO. ILL ; . r I . , . I. I I " . . .OLLOW THB FLAQ. " TAKE THE WABASH TO SAINT LOUIS THE ONLY LINE f. , TO THE WORLD'S...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 June 1904

, _ -S--- - - - - - - - - - - . , - - - - - - - - - - - . . " , / j I4 : 1 : June 24 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I . \ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - i I fr . ) . . . 'J ' . . . - . , , : Roosevelt and Fairbanks . \ ' ; J : The republican national convention il . , session at 1 Chicago yesterday afternoon nominated by acclamation Thepdore Roosevelt for , president and Senator Fair- ' banks of Indiana for vice president. One by one the c , other , candidates for the vice " presIdential nomination z' dropped out of the race , and- the nomination ? ; was given : ; ' to Senator Fairbanks unanjmously : by acclamation. . t ! Although the convention renominated Roosevelt , . " the strenuous president , there was nothing particularly , . strenuous about the convention. It I partook more of the nature of a holiday and was as harmonious as a gathering , of such magnitude could well be Speaker , Cannon was thc perm t11ent chairman of. the convention. ; ...

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 — 24 June 1904

1 rY ) I . . DARKEST RUSSIA ' BY H. On..TTAN DONNXLLZ : 1 ± Copyright , 1890 1 . bJ Street I ; Smith , AU rights tClencd. , - - CHAPTER VI.-Contlnued. ' Q.ul Nazlmoff said little. But It wad evident that the story had made ' a deep Impression upon him , and that , $ . his gratitude to Cobb was too great : at the time to trust himself to its ox , pressIon In words. r Cobb found himself the center of an admiring audience , and aU the warmth f11 of congn.tulatlon he received would ' L have made any man feel proud to bo rthe hero of the hour. He tried hard r to put an end to the scene. It was J becomIng somewhat embarrassirtg to , find himself the center of attention. In vain he protested that he had done no more for Alexis than any man would have done for another under the cIrcumstances. "But you forget , " urged one of the Russian naval officers present "that your .own life was to be spared. You were merely to be held for ransom. - 0 . . By this act you periled that life , to save tha...

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 — 24 June 1904

- - Iyf- f'p - r . . , - - . , , - . . i I I r . . . . r ( June 24 , 1904 ' - .iI' . ' . . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ 01 ' . . . . .0- . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - ' - TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Every li'riclay at FAILS CITY , NEBRASKA Dr ! ' .L'RIBUN PUIJLISIINC CO. I glltered 1 1U secolHI.clns'I : maUcr , .Talllt- , . a ry 12 , IIJO , lIt the Best : onicc at 1 I.'alls ' : City , Nch. , tinder the Act df Congress of March J , 1879 . \ : ' t _ . _ , . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' , ; . , ONE DOiLl4A1' PER-'YIAli ? ; L \ Telephone I 1 N o. ? ? f ) , Ic I c REPUBLICAN TICI < ET. f I Presidential 1'Jlcctors l - . I. . " A. Barton , Pawnee A. C. Smith , Douglas . A. C. Abbott , Dodge ' 1' \ I.b Nor\'al , Seward 1i j , V. P. Hall , Phelps : " 1\1. A. Hro"II , IIi.i halo / ; j 1 11. 11. \\11011 , Lancaster I .T. C. I Robinson . , Douglas :1 : Governor------ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .1. 11. Mickey. ' Lieutenant Governor.- : . G. l\l 'G i Hall 'j Secretary of State - . . : _ _ _ ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 June 1904

WITh TIlE WORLD'S BEST WRITERS - ABOUT "HIGH FINANCE. " . .t < < ( I" Whatever tends to quiet the pub- " ' Uc's fears , or to sharpen the public's appetite for Investment , Is "good , " from the point of view of the "high finance. To use another metaphor , the public's money Is grist to the financial mUl. I . o Thus , the public has always a rem- edy In Its own bands for grievances It may have against any financier or group of financiers. It bas simply to refuse to buy the securities manufactured . tured by the offenders. It has simply to tighten Its. purse strIngs , aid the game eases. The one motto that It should keep before Itself Is "Caveat amptor " Experience show that very little Ie to be gained by throwing good money after bad , or unduly weeping over spilt milk. Nevertheless , ex- perlence 18 a good school , and money Is not entirely lost If it pays for a lea- son.-Wall Street Journal. , NOT FOR THE PRESENT DAV. Perhaps , under some halcyon dls- pena.tlon-say , the mil...

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 — 24 June 1904

. = " - . - . . , . - - - - .x"- - - . . _ . . . . . . _ ' . . - . - - - - - . - . - : - I f . _ . . - - , , . . I I , I 11 I . , I . ' 1. ,1 , j June 24 , 1904 _ THE FALLS - CITY TRIBUNE , A , _ _ _ ' r' ' : I \ i ! LOCAL AND PERSONAL II'I 'I 'If mat SowlcB Candy. C. M. Linn of Humboldt . Spent 4 Sunday in this citro " j Dr. and 1rs. Fast rctmncl on i . l ! riday from St. Louis , r , ; Coupe & 'l'hornton handle noth- ' \ : ing- but the best of mcats , " . \ / . . Oma Stodg-ill of Humboldt vis- itcd in this city Saturday. W. D. Sims of Dawson was in town on business Satu rday. J See Coupe & 'l'hort1t for . . fresh meats of all kinds. t . \V. S. Skalak of Humboldt \ was in thc city 'l'ucsday. : 1)r A. Gaiscr , dentist , office , over Richardson 1 County back Phone No. 248. 23-tf I I I Mrs J. II. Miles and Mrs. j Catharine Vrlie spent Saturday . , ; in St. Joscph. June Abbott and wife came down from Omaha this week for ( a visit ; at thc house of G. A. ! l Abbott Chas. 1\1. \V...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 June 1904

I ! , . . " - ' , > " Ie , . I , L . " 51J'/lii / : C Y " ' lv : ) , - . . " ' ' - rt - ) t' , . . . I , New Lingerie The very lightest pink and blue batiste is In favor for underclothing. . It washes well and Is not by any , means so ruinously expensive as sllk. 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 harmohy with Its contents. This forms quite a pretty adjunct to my Indy's chamber , and the cover Is generally wadded , S large , fiat bow on the top. Ribbons form the hinges , but there are pockets Inside for holding sachet bags , which - - . \ give the different articles a delightful sroma. In these baskets these dainty garments are not In any way crushed , and sometimes they are divided In four and have a series of trays for each kind of lingerie. It should be large enough to hold a petticoat at the base , and the corset coverri ' are stowed away un...

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 — 24 June 1904

" - - - - - - - - - , . . . . . , . . " . ' ' " t. I , ' - . ' " , . , . . ! : " . . . . ' . . . , ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' ' ) , . . " , , t t"t ; . , . , . June J 24 ; 1904. . - , - - - ' Correspondence . - - - - News of thc County as Told by Our Special Correspondents Dawson. .J ames Rile ) ' is clown from Omaha - ha visiting his hrothcrs. Joe Miles jr , and Guy Crook of Falls ! City were hi town Sunday. Mrs. S'am Hcim returned hone thc last of thc week from Jasper , Mo. Chas. Draper 'of 14incoln visited relatives here a few clays l . the past week. ' May and : Marcella 'I \ aylor arc speiucling thc week with relatives ' in Aubprn. , - . pcar Phillips of Has ntt"s , is visiting , ' her l . . , ' brother ' , Clarke , hi ' " this city. ' , ! ' . . wellt to Falls ? lay Crawford we City 1 'riday to spend a few days " - with Anna \lart l1. Mrs Bracclcll aiul little son of Humboldl were visiting at Will ' ' 1.lbright's over Sunday. Lillith ' \Vag-gocncr spent a few days thc past w...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 June 1904

1 ' , l4 . I * . l'it ; ' A. ' , . R , . A SING 0:1 : AvE. 1i 1 i In your childhood days you worried Over nothing , even rain , ' And for nothing over scurried , , . J 'fhnt some shelter you might gain ) ' All the weather prophet's errors . Were forgotten In a trice ; . . . .L" In the snow there were no terrors , yi . i t And you rather liked the Ice. rV c : heat or cold did not distress you , X Or the changes e'er dismay ; , . . . . Nothing would at all Impress you , . Just so long as you could play. , " , " ' " There cold December " " " \ 'L" were games for oem : 'L" ' . There was sport for pleasant June , . , ' " r . . . , , And all seasons , you remember , . . . .L" . . , ' " Drought to you some pleasing boon. . , ' " , . " 'L" ' But , with passing years , you worry . . . .C . " .r. . . . Over every trifling change , " . . . .L" And from homo to office hurry , . . . .L" . . . ' Grumbling o'er the cllmat 's range : . , ' " . . . . . . . , . Fearing heat that's due tomorrow , . . ...

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 — 24 June 1904

- . - - - - . . ' " June THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE r' 24 , 1904 - - , - - - - . - - _ _ _ _ _ vIt. : I .Educational Conducted by County Superlntende 7Jeparimern t Crocer - Dates for Annual Settlement. The county superintendent will , meet - directors and others inter- ested in school work as follows : June 28 , Barada , school house , 8 to 11 a. m. Shubert , hotel , 1:30 : to 5 p. 111. ' ' hotel 7 to 11 The 29th , Stella , , A a. m. Verdon , hotel , 3 to 6 p.m. The 30th , Speiser , No. 65 , 8 to 10 a. 111. Humboldt , Park hotel , 1:30 : to 7 l p. 111. July 1 , Dawson , Albright ho- tel , 8 to 11 a. 111. Salem , hotel , 3 to 6 p. m. July 5 , Rub , Geo. D. Kirk's office , 4 to 6 p. 111. . July 2 , 4 , 6 , 7 , 8 , Falls City. The annual report must be made within ten days after the annual mceting. ' The following is from a letter . recently received from Prof. Un- ' sell , "I have taught school for Z5 years aild during all that time I have never had more pleasant and cordial relations any...

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 — 1 July 1904

t ( Jl II. I I. I I' .1 ) r . : , . . , IU 4iIIti ( ItItJ1 jl } j : . ; i\ ; \ . ' _ - . . _ _ _ - - - - . - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ . _ - _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . VOLUl'vIE I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , .J J ULY I , 1904. . NUMBER 26 a Ij # ; , .1 , . : . , , ' . LOCAL AND PERSONAL. . ' , , ' " I " ) . . . . . ' I , l\1rs. Blakeney IS'ISlt111g in 't ! Humbold I 1 , . . . . . Mrs : J. 1-1. Miles is a Kansas ' / , ( City visitor. t : : ' 1'.Ir. , . . Carraway made a business t . . . . _ . _ . . trip to T-4incoln. ( f. : r- ' 'rhos. Taylor , wife and daugh- \ ! . : ' ters are St. Louis visitors. sue ; : : Mrs. ' . ' i , . Henry King's mother re- . I ff.i6 turned to Omaha Monday. ' , j , Ingram Cain of Stella is visit- I l \ . jug his parents in this city > ! / i .1 L ' \ B. Siman ton , Sr returned ' . I from an extended visit in Indiana. I _ _ t' " . . . . . . . . U. i. . Cooper of Humboldt paid n . ' : Palls City a flying visit 'l'ues- \ day. . f 0. : ' . , '...

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 — 1 July 1904

AMPi:1RE : ' TALES : Q . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! a..I..i , ! . ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! r.r-I ! ! II ! ! I ! . I , t ' ' Our GrowIng Family. "By crhnlnyl" ! says Uncle Slim , "and how Is that fer high ? Ifhcy , may ho other pllrentll , hill thero's none morn Ilroud thlln J. My nI1lItY'H IlIcrclIsln' 80 I can'l leeep trnde-IIII 110111' As J call CnlJlt It'8 grown about n million souls a ) ' 0111' . "Now , tnlle about 'XllI\lIfllon. 'rhere Is none hut will ngree Hero'H II lIaturnl cXllan/llon that Is good enough for me , And thor's room for nil my fledglings to glt big In 110 Il'lI clear That I won't Ito overcrowded by my mil- lion souls year. "Iror Ionic III nil the vast expanse or playgrounds that l'vo got : Hills IrlHl valleYlI , prams IInll mountains , where 111) lehlH may romp tool trot. Arid lands they can develop , forests they call plant nod clear : Yen , I toclcon ther'R nnJlIIII'mont for my million souls a ) 'cnl' , "I.lfo blond or n hundred races In the htSttncing million ...

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 — 1 July 1904

. . . A THE FALLS CITY TRII3UNL r . . Jllly I , 1904 _ _ - - - - - - - . . _ - - r - - - - - - - - - - - - - I' - , . . . . - 5.l ! ; , ! 1 ! 1 ! r , , . ) , . . . ARE YOU GOOD AT GUESSING . ? m t Jl'b . . , . j How many persons have ever noticed how long a watch t ; ' . ( will run without re = winding i ? Here is a chance to find out : ; and Wil a prize 4:1t : tile same titlle. Iii tile display window i' ; at Dan Sargents there is an Elgin movement gold watch m \I s on exhibition. . This watch will be wound at 8 o'clock on ' fiJC the morning of Saturday , August 6th , and placed in the \ ' ; . s window at noon on the same day. The question is i H WHEN WLL BT STOP ? . In fl. ' n The person who guesses the nearest the moment when the { : ! ' , ' watch will stop will get the watch. The conditions of the 1."j "j " contest are very simple : I . , H . ' For each Twentyufive cents paid in at this office on subscription , advertising i. . , , . The viII all be registered in ! , , s 'f1. or...

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 — 1 July 1904

- - - - I p -t r \ . , ' 'r , i 1\lffi' : Corst Cover. Dainty corset covers that are well fitting and made for the individual always far more attractive limn any other 80rt. This one Is hath pretty and simple atlll can ho made from any ono of the materials used ( for tumder wear hilt 18 shown In linen batiste , which ! la always satisfactory , hath from the atnllllolnt ) ) of comfort and that of durance , and Is trimmed with German \'nlollcl'nno , lace with I bits of fine embroidery between the . tucks which are worked by hand onto . I . Jcl\hm by Tiny MlIlIlolI. the material. The comhltmt.lon ol lace with tlllJ fine work is one of the latest whims of fashion and Is always chnrmlng. The corset cover IH made with fronts and hack , the narrow ' tucks being arranged In groups and stitched to the waist line only , sn allowing comfortable flare over the hlns The quantity of material required . qulred for R woman of medium size Is 1 % yards 3G Inches wide with :1 : yards of lace edging an...

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 — 1 July 1904

t ' 1 .I 1.I " .I . ' , July II 1904- ' THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . . . . " , . . . - - - - - - - - - - - l' " ' LOCAL ND PERSONAL.- ' . i Ki ng-'s for Hammocl\s. .y . .l I1i Klcclmcr of Rule was a : , , A. , business visitor here Mommy. . ' i1 1 ' , . . . . . . . . . \\t111 Boyd of Sa.lcm was trails . " . ' acting business in town Monda ) ' . 11 . 1 John Oswald and wife spent , , . ; slouchy and ' 1'ucsday at thc I i Missouri Lalcs. ' .1 Dr. Sclingc's topics at thc Bap- 1 tilt church : 10:45 : a. m. , " 'l'hc 4 4I ' " - . . " ' [ ' lie t . Lord's City. Eig-ht p. 111. , .1 { I Place : of Christ in thc United I I Statcs. " All arc in\ ' tcd. I J , ,1 , 'l'hc ladies of thc Episcopal . . church will give a ten cent tea at ' S the residence of 1)r. cnckcr on I Thursday , July 7 , from 5:30 : to i . 8 o'clock p. m. All arc invitcd. ' ' , tftcrnOOll . On last 'l'hursday f thc Junior C. E. and thc Cradle . : Roll of the ' Presbyterian church l w . met at thc home of .M rs. Ben Po- . tcet. A...

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 — 1 July 1904

. TICKLE : 6RASS 8Y - BYRON WILLIAm ( w Diagnosing a Case. 'TIR strange how like n very Junco , tilln , with his bumps upon his ! sconce , das lived 80 long , and yet no knowledge he rn8 : hlu1 , till lately , or Phrenology- L science that by simple dint or eut1 combing he should find a hint or , When 8crutchlng o'er these little IJolc.- hills rho tacultlcs thrown up like mole hills. " -Hood. - For every pink tea In this world there Is at least one course of aloe soup. Bobbing along a Wisconsin countryside In an electric car , an af- mcted and aged ( farmer was the cynosure . ure of all eyes His lower lip , eaten nnd distorted by a malignant growth , was most nauseating to the ordinary nbserver. Yet affliction has Its fascination . lion to the unamlcted , and the passengers . I . gers started. With the freedom of the rural districts . trlcts a passenger elicited the information . matlon that the doctors had disagreed In diagnosis of the affliction. One said It was a cancer and anoth...

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 — 1 July 1904

, - : f : \ ' ' ' ' TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE July I , . : , . . - - 1904 - - - . - - - - - - . - - . . - - - - - - - - - WI I , : LOCAL AND PERSONAL. I' I t , King's for good soda water. / Harry Messier returned from / . . _ . . St. , Joe Monday. ; . , U. P. Meyers and daughters I . . . . t are visiting in Chicago. . , . I S. B. Moore of Beatrice was . ' a 1 halls City visitor Sunday. II " J. P. J.oncs carte du wn front Salem thc first of thc wcek. I Anna Pylc of Preston'as in thc city thc first of thc wcck. . Guy Hutchins was down from \ Shubert thc last of thc wcek. M rs. Carrie Paxton and sons returned from St. Louis Ionday. , The Misses Mcycrs of Preston I arc visiting in halls City this wcek. Lillian Dorrftg-ton ; is in Kan- sas City yisiting" with Mrs. " 1'ho111pson. . . " A . J. Stevens and F. Pearl came up from Hiawatha hc t first f ' of thc wcek. I f t Emma Keller went to Dawson \Ionday : to look after her music I class of that city. ! Mrs Eugene Sage formerly of. t this ci...

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 — 1 July 1904

falls City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO FALLS CITY - , NEDHASKA The New Yorlt I1ernhl urges the es tahllshmont of a school for writers of fiction , hut what Is really ncedud I Is an hlslllutlon to teach people noti to try fo write nctlon. An Iowa man after firing five shots at his wife was shot at seventeen times by llOlIcemon. Owing to the fact that there were ! no Innocent bysland- ers nobody was hurt. . The dulo und duchess of Marlborough . borough are reported to ho living ILpart. Nobody can lame any mar reed COlllllo from doing everything In - their power to bu hapll The Boston Globe prints a roll of 89 O. A. H. veterans who are 80 01' over , which demonstrates what kind of constitution the boys of other days were endowed with. The arrival of Boozona Solmp , an emigrant from the old world , was duly recorded ut New York the other duy. Wo venture to predict a bright political - cal future In thlll : country for Mr. ' Solmp. F. W. Giles III said to be the name of the man who ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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