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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 July 1904

1 _ . : -.J. WW.l : . : : : ' , . , . July. I : > . ' THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE : ' : , ; . . ) / ' L94 I . - . - - - - - - - - - - - : : ' I. ' LbCAL : AND PERSONAL. . , " . Eat Sowlcs Candy. \ ' " . King's . for stationcry. . ' 't'II. ' : , Catharine Crabcll is visiting in - ' Nebraska City. F.Y. . Cleveland was on thc I' ' sick list this wcck. . . See Co upe & tl'hornton for fresh meats of all kinds. i . Joe Geiger made . business trip to Dawson \Vcdnesday. John Oswald went all thc way to Stella Wednesday aftcrnoon. Elmcr Ray of Verdon was a pleasant caller at this office Wednesday - nesday We arc still making special low . prices 0.11 cured mcats and lard.- . Coupe & : tl'hornton. Mrs. Wirth and daughters . ( ; . were visiting with Reserve .v. . . . . friends the latter part of the week. Dr. .t\ . . . Gaiscr , dentist , office over Richardson County bath Phone No. 248. 23-tf The Ladies Club'of-he Meth- odist church was entertained . the home of D. D. ReavisVcd - ncsday. ...

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 — 1 July 1904

- - _ . . - - - - - . - - - - - - - Is I It Not Worth While If you travel , on business or pleasure , to get the best service for the lowest rates ! Ask the Erie Railroad Com- pany , 555 Railway Exchange , Chicago , for full Information. Booklets free describing - scribing Summer Tours and the Beau. tlful Chautauqua Lake Region ; also Cambridge Springs. It Is better to lose the setting of PI"Osl.ous . circumstances than the jewel of a pure character. Why It Is the Best Is because made by an entirely differ. ent process. Defiance Starch hI un like any other , better and one-third more for 10 cents. A family who has no sickness for ten years must be rich. . Defiance Starch should be In every household , none so good besides oz more for 10 cents than any other brand or cold water starch. The Fulton Centennial. Profiting by former experiences In the matter ot celebrations In not hav- Ing things ready on time-tor instance - stance , the Columbus , Dewey and oth- er affairs-New York has a...

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 — 1 July 1904

July I , 'III I E FALLS r 'i1 T E i 1904 . ! LI.JS _ . . _ . . . _ _ _ . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11 i Edcilcrirncni Conducted : County Superintendent : ! - . . . rtAcn TctClcrs ! arc Paid Best. " 'II. , . . -/r ; - ' . Although the average wage . . . " .it t scale of teachers ill the district - ' - schools of the state has been on . ' the increase for the last few years and the number of men teachers has steadly decreased be- cause of the poor salaries paid , the table of increase for the last six years show that the lowest average salary paid the man I . teacher exceeds thc highest : one paid the woman teacher by $1.77 , and that the highest salary paid l the man teacher cxceeds the " highest paid l the wouian by $1.1.19. Superintendent Fowler has prepared a table of the average - age salaries for men and women teachers : for the last si : years as follows : , . Year Men Women S C' ' , . ' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ $ - 61 $36 04 ) 1899-----...

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 — 1 July 1904

- - - 0- - - - - - THE K.NIGHT OF THE GOLDEN HAIR The sun rolled UI from on east or red , 'rho worlll was fresh and fair , when summoned loud from his truckle bed The Knight or the Golden Hair. They garbled him stout In lids doubled worll. They laced his scorlot spoon And forth ho strode In the dimpling morn And called for hIs trusty spoon. 4 . _ - _ - _ - _ - _ _ HIs trencher ho scraped In minutes ten 4 . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ . " "M M ' ' ' - - - - - ( 1'W08 a bowl or mush , I \\'IS. But faith and forsooth , the best or mon have flourished on fare like this , Then away . away , for he could not stay ; Oood-hy to the breakfast board ; A thousand ventures abroad by day Were waiting his knightly IIwor1. Ho vanquished many a wily foe , , . And hacked him limb from limb ( ; Ahl tiger ! and lion ho laId full low In the depths or the woodshed grIm. . In nil the waste or the yard was naught ' . He did not bravely dare ; Dragons nllli giants and trolls he sOllsht' , i 'rhls Knight or the Oolllon...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 July 1904

i DARKEST RUSSIA " - " ' BY II. on.\TTAN DU\ tELLY. , Copyright , 1896 . by Street & . Smith , All rights reserved . 'I _ . _ _ , , ft.--ft-- " -ft - " i - " " . , . . . . . . ----.v------.v- n t : < > ' . CHAPTER VII. , - : : , . . . Iida Barosky. , . There appeared for a moment a . young : girl , bearing a violin and bow . -it was only for a moment-between " ( < < , . ' the two servants , Azof and Hannjlta. s With n quick gesture she threW , . ' aside the servants , and with flashing . eyes and head erect she advanced ( to . , . , the center of the room. "Who Is responsible for this out- - rage-this insult ? Who is master here ? " she demaitcled , in quick , Impas- sioned tones , while her face Indicated the terrible excitement which IJOS- sessed her. . - Paul Nazl1noff advanced qulcleh' "Stop , girl ! You forget yourself and _ . who you are. You were commanded here by me-Paul , Count Nazlmoff- " , " _ 'Vho and what Is Paul , Count Na- / " " ' , ' 7.lmoff , that he...

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 — 1 July 1904

C July I , 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ _ . , _ , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ u _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ u _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - THE FALLS CiTY TRIBUNE Puh1ishcd 1'ery I ! ; Jl'ridty : at 4'A TiS CITY , NI ! BRASKA By 'I'R11JUN1 PUBLISHING CO . F ) ntcrcd aH HCCOlld-clas 111 attct' , .Tallu- ary 12 , 1I10.Iat the post ollicc at Palls City , Neb , uuderthe Act of Congress of March 3 , 18il - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ONm DOLLAR PER YEAR Telephone No. 22 ( , . REPUBLICAN TICI < ET. 'ol' President , .I'hcodorc Roosevelt , N. Y. . Par Vice President , Chas \V. Fairbanks , 11111. - - - - - - Prcsidclltial lcctol's- l II' . A. Barton , Pawnee , A. C. Smith , Doiigli : . A. C. Abhott , Dodge ' 1' . I. Non'al , Seward \V. P. Hall , Phelps ? r. A. Brown , Buffalo 11. H. WilSOIl , Lancaster .T , C. HohillSOll , Douglas 1 , Governor----------------1 ; I1. dickey Lieutenant GO\'Crt1Ot' _ g. G. 1'Giltoll Secretary of State _ _ ------...

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 — 1 July 1904

How's This ? This for IIlIl can ot Catarrh thAt cannot bu cured by hails Catarrh Cur. F. J. CIIRNEY d CO. , Toledo , O. WO , the undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for Ins last 15 ) 'unand believe bins perfectly bon : arable In all business transactions and tlnanclally able to carry out any obligations made by his tlrm. WALUINO , KINNAN & MA1IVIN , wholesale DrUIKllt. , Toledo O. 111011' . Catarrh Cure \I \ taken internally , acting directly upon tit" blood nod mucous surfaces ot the system . Testimonials tree. l'rlco 7:1 : cents ' per O\t\e. \ Sold by all . , e r-r-Take IIAII' / . Family , Pllle for conlUpaUon. The JOYs of today and the griefs or today will be hand III handy at . the setting of the sun. This Will Interest Mothers . Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil- dren , used by Mother Gray , n nurse In Cblldren's Homo , New York , Cure Fever- bbncslI , Dnd Stomach , Teething Disorders , move and regulate the bowels and destroy Worm. Sold by all Druggists , 250. Sample FR...

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 — 1 July 1904

. . . . . . . , , . , " " . ' ' ' Jf { . . ' , . . : , , ' " - . ) I , , t July I , ' 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . r \ - - - - Correspondence News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents Verdon. Clara Boosc camc here from Falls ; City on Monda\ Mrs. Brewer carne up from I' l alls City whcrc she had keen caring for her sister , Miss Hart , who had undergone a surgical opcra lion. Mn Clark and son , \Valter , arc visiting 'l'rcnton , Ncb. Lloyd and Viva Kinscy camc down from Pcru Friday to visit relatives Jess 'Vcavcr and wife spcnt" Sunday with Jake Bloom and wife near Falls City. Hobt. .Minklc and wife of Lin- COlt1 cause last Sunday to visit the lattcr's parents , J. Ii' . Cornell and wifc. John Patterson left on Wednesday - day for Omaha where he will spend a few days. From there hc will g-o to thc northwestern part of the statc. Quinton Stump is spending tree week at thc fair in St. Louis Mrs DcVaM of Falls City vis- ited her daughter , Mrs. Lum last week. M. A. Ncac...

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 — 1 July 1904

, ( . f r , . ' - - - . r. " NEBRASKA STATE NEWS II 'I _ II , _ _ _ _ , SUGAR BEET BOUNTIES. F . , . . . Judge Cornish Declares that They Arc r .f- ' Unconstitutional. I , I..INCOLN-Sugar beet bounties are unconstitutional. . So declared JUdge . ' Cornish III the district court , and he / ; ' sustained the demurrer of the attor- ney general , who argued that the suits i. . Dr the Oxnard Sugar company and the . I - Norfolk Sugar company ought to be ll1SIUlsscd. The two concerns asked . l. . . for more than $50,000. . . The claims of the companies have t. " peen before successive legislatures and . . . permission was given at the last ses- . . I. 310n for the sugar manufacturers to IUO the state and establish the validity _ of their claims. The companies claim that the state promised a bounty of 1 cent a pound ! n 1885. Between the years of 188.1 ! and 189 . the companies claim , $1,000- . UUO.was invested , with the understand- tug that bounties would be paid. The . . . act was repea...

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 — 1 July 1904

t I . . July ; 1904 ' " THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ) - - - - - . - - - _ _ Correspondence News of the County as Told by Our Special Corrcfpondcnts Humbo1cit. -Zora Marble is spending thc week at home of her grandparents - cnh in' 'l'ecumsch. 1. \\T. Harris of Stella was here on husincss \I011day. Roy Philpot discharged a 22- tiib'c pistol into thc palm of his hand one cvcning" rcccntly , making a painful wound. ] artiest Harding and J. F. 1 I \Vozalt , were halls City visitors last Sunday. Aims. Ernest Harding' and slaughters , Lulu and hazel , arc spending somc tune visiting in St. Joscph. HCtth Levis of Falls ' City was a guest at the Gandy liunic part of thc wcck. E. P. Gordon and wife. Paul \'Iatthews and wife , and Frcd \VaUs were up front St. Joscph to attend thc \Yatts-Brnun wcdd- ing" Wcdncsday . c\'cning- Unclc Davc Cowman went ont to , lolbrook this week to makc an c.xtcndcd visit. 'AllcnValkcr , a traveling man , was thrown almost under the wheels of a freight which was switc...

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 — 1 July 1904

. . .Y. + " . . : I. Goes Back to Nature - A son of a Portland ( Ore. ) p11y- clan has created a sensation by the f startling method of living which ho , Jas adopted and which he advises all I :0 : adopt who desire perfect health. He advocates a return to the prlml- I .lve way of living without clothing. , \ Ernest W. Darling , son of Dr. J. I W. Darling , Is the man who advocates : he return to ways primeval. Until L year / ago he lived In Portland , but was compelled to seek a sunnier : lIme on account of his health. For : he last year he has lived on the summit . nit : of a hill on the outskirts of Los Angeles , Cal. He does not occupy a 'louse , nor even a tent. The sale hab- tatton : Is about seven by four feet and WO feet In depUI. In that peculiar lace , wrapped In blankets , he seeks -est. He Is an ardent lover of na- ture : and believes that by his method of living he Is able to commune more : losely with Its Invisible forms and . it the same time build up his oonft- ! tutl...

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 — 1 July 1904

i . iI I . . . . . - I . . . . . . . , - " . " " , , " - - . . _ - . . , . _ . . . . . , . _ - . . . _ , ! . } 'rr . . . . . . July I . , ' . 1904 . . ' , . _ THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . . . . " ' . ) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Grinstea.d Discusses Drainage . Ma..tters. - - Salem , Ncbr. , June 27 , 1904. i'alls ' ; City 'l'ribllnc : It has been thc purpose of these articles to discuss consecutively each precinct in thc county as thc samc is related to the improvc- mcnts contcmplatcd by thc drain- age system. Our attention how- ever has been sidc-trackcd by thc sideshowsvi.th . two-tailcd peacocks - cocks as thc traction. Just now thc pars tiiount issue with thc owners 'of 40,000 acres of wet lands is a way if possible to reclaim - claim thc same from what in late years has been an annual inundation - dation of thc lands and a consequent - sequent destruction of thc grow- ing crops. 'l'he one paramoun issue with all thc people of thc county-tlfC one in which all agrcc-is good ro...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 July 1904

I . . . . Vii , ' % . . . . . . . . . . w y Sweet Sklmmllk. 1)r - There Is no better ration for the calf than sweet sJdmmllle. After the calf has been weaned It still has a craving for the kind of food that Ira' Lure provided for ft. The feeding of nearly sour milk has been practiced , and thD feeding of whey , but wo arc lure that the calf has no particular liking for that kind of food. Under modern methods of dairying It Is pos- sible on many farms to have the skim- milk sweot. Where hand separators are used , of course It Is an easy mat' ter to have milk of the kind wo have Indicated. Even where the milk has to . . . - be hauled to the creamery , the farmer - er can , If he will , have milk that Is sweet when he gets homo ] from the creamery. If It Is not . he has himself or the creamery to find fault with about It. If It Is the creamery , ho ! should take the matter In hand at once. In many cases It Is the fault of the other patrons of the creamery , If the sklmmille Is sour whe...

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 — 1 July 1904

_ i I lj THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE July I , 1904 . \ : 1 . . Correspondence , News of the County 8S Told by Our Special Correspondents Da\vsol1. : Laura Lydick of i\l 1 j. : ; ( ) Uri is ,1 , y the guest of Lora McCool this 1 wcel\ . , 1. L. Mcad 1 of Salem visited his pioneer friend , 11. B. H'iln , over Sunday. hazel Graham ig \ isitillg" her sister i , 1\lrs. lichen Cooper , in Salem this wcck. ' 1\1. B. Ryan and H. F. Miles ' f : were busintess passenger : ! to the I county seat 'l'ucsdil\ . , Harry McConnell , one of H U111- 1)01(1 t's business turn , was In town between train I\londa\ ' . l'lrs. Maud Morris of Hum- holdt is i in the city visiting her brothers ) , Henry and Ed Vance. t Bird Severn of Omaha is gpcnd- lag her vacation with her sister , Mrs. G. A. Allcxilndcr , in this city. 1\lrs. N. n. Judd spent a few day during thc week with her daughter , 1\1rs. Crocker , at Falls City. Misses Carrie and Maud : Har- baug"h went to Kansas City the last of the week to spend a few ...

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 — 1 July 1904

k + . . ' . ! DIr mAT I IU _ b' _ IS r @ 1r A m Marriage Is not a lottery. _ 80 far from It that a man with a ttatletlcal bent and the ever ready sources of complIed information may . take up the subject of marriage on a , , piece of paper and with a pencil out- line its conditions , probabilities , and poIIBlblllties to a surprising finish. For the average man who has hopes . ' . In his amnlty It would bo a poser J under certain circumstances for him : , " ' ; . to attempt to figure his own one . , ; ' : , chance of marriage at any ag { ! . With l J ' _ _ : _ _ _ _ _ women as men , due to the fact that ' I the women marry much earlier In life and lead a much less hazardous ex- Istence. The figures on how much earlier In life women marry than do men may surprise the reader. Considering the ages from 19 years to 54 years , In periods of ten rears ; each , one may get an idea of the chances of the two sexes In the United States to find partners , early and late. Out of the I 1,000 wed...

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 — 1 July 1904

. ( . . . . . . , . . , . , , - , \ - " , , , ' , , ' . . ' " - . - . . , - , , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . ) July I , 1904 'S " - - . M M M ' CLEARANCE SALE ON July 5th we open our Annual Summer Clearance Sale. Fortunately for many of our Gusto = r VA mers the season has been backward and not being forced to purchase , they are now in posi = C , tion to take advantage of the bargains we offer. We include in the sweeping reductions all ' Summer Fabrics , Cotton , Wool and Silk Tailor Made and Dress Suits , Wool and Cotton Skirts. I I Ladies' Hosiery in the better grades , a large range of Muslin Underwear , Embroideries , Laces and many articles of an especially seasonable nature. It is in the line of our policy to clean up III c : ' .j such merchandise each season. . , jj , VA _ _ , ' 11' - - - Shirt Waist Suit Fabrics. I 20 pieces Shirt Waist Suitings , that are right in line this season , sold at 20C to 50c , in all the desirable shades and weaves , reduced to 15C , 20C , 30C and 35...

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 — 8 July 1904

, rti. . . .L. . . . . . . . , , „ . . . . . . . . . . . , - + . . . , .w..a..4 . . . . - _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . , . . , . I . , , / : atht j alts otitl . . ! atrihltnt. ' . - - - - - - - - - I - - - - - - - - - - - - . . f + . , VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY u _ _ _ _ _ _ , JULY 8 , 190 + - NUMBER 27 - - - - - . LOCAL AND IPERSONAL. I I\Irs.Iiattie Melt spent thc Fourth in Salcm. Mrs. Cameron and son John " , " arc visiting in Vcrdon. , ' Jessie Page of Dawson is visit- I ing" friends in this city. ' . ' . , Jennie \Vattcycnc carne up from Rule last Tuesday. - I Orville Sclmoe elicit \yent to South Dakota \Vcdncsdy. Harry Shepherds of Rube went - , to South Dakota thc first of thc . wcck. . . Charlie Dockhorn canine up r . . . . from St. Joseph thc first of thc - wcck. . - \ If there is a tic in thc watch , , . " contest , the lucky ones will draw cuts. Gertrude Lyda is i vsitingwith " , relatives at Weeping \ \ atcr add Omaha. \V. 1\1. Maddox is remodeling a...

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 — 8 July 1904

T _ _ - - , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . RUSH TO GET LAND THOUSANDS OF MEN AND WOMEN . EN FILE ON TRACTS. ORDER PREVAILS EVERYWHERE Crowds nt the Lend Office Stand In Line All Night In Order to De on Hand In the Morning-Miss Pitts Gets First Chance. SIDNEY , Neb.-1'ho streets packed ( with people from everywhere , anywhere - where and all other directions charnc- tel'lzCl the opening hero of the land Lo settlement unl1er the new Klnlmld homestead 1)111. The gradual gather- lug of 11001110 for several days past preparatory to the opening steadily grew until with last evonlng's gor- geous setting of time Western Nebras- 1m sun there hud assembled In Sidney an approximation of ,000 land 10' caters. As denser feB the shades of the Sidney night , so also closer grew the ranks and lines of the Cheyenne h01l108eol\01'8. Bed > were an utter impossibility , and the future settlers coalesced Into long and serried columns , which occupied - cupied city streets .and sidewalks , th...

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 — 8 July 1904

. . . ' - - - " . . . - - - - . . . . . . . - . . . . . - _ . . -.o. _ _ . _ _ . . . . , _ a.os..e , + w + " ' " ' _ . . . . . . ° : 'T ! a. . . . . : : . ' - . ; .i1 : . . . . .c- ; ; ; ' . : : : ; : : : ; . . . . . . + . . - . = : : ; : ; ; . . " " , ' 1" . ; ; . : . : ; . . : . - , _ . . . . . , . . * ; ; ; ; ; . A.w ; ; . . 'I / . ' . ( . . . . . . . . 1. Jury 8 , 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . , . . . _ . . - ; . : ' . i .E 5l ; ! . : , 1 ! l. > . ARE YOU GOOD AT GUESSING ? m . t . "k < I . How many persons have . ever noticed how long a watch . ; ! ' s will run without re.winding ? > Here is a chance to find out. : 1.J . ! , and win a prize at the same tinle. In tile display window I at Dan Sargents there is an Elgin movement gold watch m ' on exhibitio'n. This watch will be wound at 8 o'clock Oil "PI " : ' tIle. morning of Saturday , August 6th , and placed ill t1e ; I . window at noon on the same day. The question is . I W HENW - ,1 ! LIT STOP ? * > The person...

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 — 8 July 1904

Y - T1EOI9 T1Ea CORNt : " The Weaver. When sliver bells ring out the old , And play the new year hi . A spirit In the winter woods Softly begins to spin ; No mortal eye boo seen her face , Or watched her labors there But crocus buds ) are In her breast , And blossoms In her hall' She weaves upon her magic loom , The Bnowdroll'lI silver sheen The tender tint or April boughs , The mcadow'H velvet green ; I ; ' 1 ho lilac and the daffodil Beneath her fingers \ grow , And 1111 she tolls from day to day , About her melts the Imow. So , what Ir clouds ) are dark with storm , And windows white with frost , And voices of the running brooks : ! In Icy voles are lost ; Whnt Ir the wondrous northern lights Their crimson banners 1JIIIJ- Still Nature In her woodland weaves The bridal robe , of Slrln ) ' -1'ho Smart Set The Brooch of L.orn. In 1306 therQ tool place a battle at Dairy , near Tyndrum . between Robert the Bruce and the MacDou galls or Lorn. The king was very hard pressed , and had to...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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