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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 22 July 1904

- - - . . - . - ' - " - ' - - " ' ' " . - . . . . . - - . , - " . . . - - . . , _ . _ _ . . -1' . / ( FASTEST IN THE WORLD . - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . - . - - - = - - - -r.r : - - " " . . . . ' . . .J " > , . , . _ _ 1 > . - = = . . . . , . . - . - = - - - - . . ' . . . . . , . . . ! - ; : - _ . . . _ .L. - _ . , ' : . : , .r r ; ; , . , , t ' - : . , - . . ' ( .1 ' " - - " ' " ; ' ---K : : " " " ' ! ; . . , ' \ t. . . , . . . , . " ' . . , . , ' ; . t' . . . . ' ; ' : 1 ' . oj. : . . " < > ; > " ; ! " . . ' . ' t" ft f t , I . - i Here is a picture of one of the two i , turbine express steamships now under , , , . " I construction for the Cunard line. . , oJ Both thee : vessels a..e to make a speed of 26 knots per hour , and will be the largest and fastest steamship ; in the whole world The turbine . r , selected , the Parsons type , Is both simple anll efficient. The steam raised . cd In the boilers Is conveyed to the cylinder inside , which Is a d...

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 — 22 July 1904

. - ! I.IIM. . . . . . ' . w , _ H. . . . - _ _ . " .1. . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . . . , . . / . . , , . - July 22 , ' 1'9'04 \ TI-IE ! FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - ' ' - - " ' - : , - _ . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CorreSpOndellCe - - - - - NeW ; of the County itS Told by Our Special Correspondents . " . . . . - - . . . , Da\vson. Jrt5. A'cr s was ! in Bcatricc . l' lrly in thc wcek. Paul SCilnlan spent Sl1nda\ with friends in Sauclha Mrs. lD. W. Buser : visited her ( laughter in Salcm over Sundny. 1\Iabcl Shier .io\ ! off on a visit to her brother Verner and wife in 1 1j\t'e1l1on . , \Irs. Sam ' imm rt11an : from Jltmt- , holdt'Sunday . 8itillg" ; friends lind rdl a t ayes. Jessie : Page spent a- few days the last ' of the week , with Hum- boldt relath'c . ' Mrs. : ; J. E. Young entertained . . . . her mother and sister frOtD F : alts City over Sundn ) ' . J. H. Miles and son \1'arren of Ij\aIlR City visited thc Harbaugh familr on the ra...

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 — 22 July 1904

- . ? 'f-r'T' " 'f' - . - - " , " " :1"1" : , . . . - " ' l'fr'T' Ij j I " - . ( w DARKEST ' RUSSIA ' . 1 I fly II. ORATTi\.X DOSSELI.Y. _ , ; .t.J. . . . . . . - ' l Copyright , 1SJa , by Street & Smith , Al1r rights reserved. "I I - - " _ - --IIft-II.--A ---A _ I M . - . . - - - - . . . . . . . . . . - - - - tr - - . . . , . . , . . . . CHAPTER IX.-Contlnued. / ' , i. . "Then lend me your greatcoat. 1 - : shall be less liable to be questioned t ' h , : by any of the gendarmes when they - . , : ' " recognize an officer's coat. Then " " . . rest here , and 1 swear to you that , ' , : ' 'in less than forty minutes I shell ] ] . . ' . : . , return here with Olga " \h : . Alexis thought a moment. Then , ' \'j' . Malting up , his coat , he banded it to . 'i ' , Ivan , who , quickly assuming the gar- , .J . : ment , said : "Re'st here , and trust . ' : , me. I will keep my word. Should .J & ; - : allY one enter In my absence , say ' I ' ; . you are my friend and await me " . I ; ...

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 — 22 July 1904

. , , , . , " ' ' " " . . " . ' . . , . . . . ' ' . " " " " ' ' < 1.ir.-r' : ; ! ' ' - ' - : ; ' : ' ' 'f1II'r ' ' ' ' ! . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' \ ; - - " " ' - . 'i ' , : , , . . , . . . . . ; ' . ; ' " , - , : < , ' . Y' < " ' , tl. ' " . , . ; " , . . . . . . , ' ' . " ! ; . . . ' " " . : ' . , . . . . , . . " . . . " " . . , ' . " . . I Ir . , July 22 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ " , I - - , . . , catona1)epartrnent Conducted bJ' County Superintendent Crocler - , I' 1 , ' , 'l'hc following-shows thc wage ' ; paid to teachers in thc dilTcrcnj I ; ' districts last year : i.'v , : ' 1 S38.50 51 , 50.00 . , " 2 30.00 Rule , . . . . . 42.5o 52 00.00 . , , ' 3 "f = > 0 = > ' ' ' ' ' I ' 4 40.00 30.00 . I . . - 4o.o0 5. = > .oo "fO.oo 4' I \ G 37.20 3 o.oo i 8 40.00 40.00 ; - 9 40.00 53 4o.o0 ; 10. . 7.50 . , 51. , 12.50. _ . . . . ' . . , ! 11 . . f 3 = > .00 55 . . . . , 35.oo j . 13 ; : 5.00 Falls City i 1.4 ' 40.00 high . School . ! 15 ' ' 5.00 ; " 1433.35 : ? ' . H...

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 — 22 July 1904

. I . FROM W.J.BRYAN WHAT HE SAYS ABOUT THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. IT IS REAllY A GOOD THING I I - I Some Planks He Regards as Stronger Than Others-Imperlnllsm , He Thinks , Will Be the Lending Campaign . palgn Issue. - LINCOLN-W. J. Bryan on Thurs- ! day made public the following statement . ment relating to the democratic platform . form adopted at St. Louis : The plank on Imperialism Is 1)051- five , strong and satisfactory to the entire party and this question becomes - comes the paramount issue of the campaign The tariff plank Is good , but It was made so on a close vote in the corn- , mlttee and largely against the oppo- I sltlon oC Mr Parl\Or's adherents. The ' : the committee was \l11anlmous. . The .commjtteo reported a plank iii favor of an increase of the navy , but this was stricken out In the full com. mlttee The platform has a plank In favor of the enlargement of the scope of the interstate commerce commission und In favor of 1l'1'lgation. On the whole the platform Is goo...

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 — 22 July 1904

- _ _ _ a - . . f . t. . _ . . , ' , . - ' - - - - - ' . . , " ' ' ' ' ' ) I : ; July 22 , ! 9b4 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE " 'Ql' F t " . - . , . R. E. Grils.tCd 011 Drainage Question Brock , Nebraska is about ten miles above Auburn on the little Ncmaha rivcr. A trill ! > to that place on the Hth inst to attcnd ( a ( Irain age convention and see how wet-wcathcr people up there look feel and think and " what they arc going todo about it , " disclosed - cd thc fact that if any difference , owners of bottom lands have been hit harder there by the rcccnt floods than hcrc. ' 1 ' lie object of this Meeting was to devise if possible sonic means by which rough co-operation , the water plane of the valley can be lowered in order that in the future the disastrous results of thc occasional floods may be eli.m- inatcd. 'l'hc convention decided to adopt the plan under which 13m' , Washington and Douglas counties arc now working , that is to file a petition and hond with the county clerk as pro...

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 — 22 July 1904

t _ , 1 ' THE WEAK SPOT. f . , A weak , aching hack tells or sick I kidneys. It aches when you worlc. It aches when you try to rest. It throbs In chnno- ! a b 1 0 weathor. Urinary troubles mId to your mis ery. No rest , no comfort , until the lcidnoys I are well. Cure them with Donn's Kidney - ney Pl11s. 1\1I'S W , 1\1. Duu- scher , of 25 Wa- i tel' St. , Bradford , Pa. , says : "I hall I an almost continuous - tinuous pain In the small of the hacl. f My ankles , feet , hands onll almost my . whole body were bloated. I was languid - I Guld and the kidney secretions were ' profuse. Physicians told mo I had diabetes In Its worst form , and I feared - \ cd I woulll never recover Doan'g Kid- noy Pills cured mo In lSDG , and I have been well ever since. " A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney - < ney medicine which cured 1\1rs. Dalt' scher will bo mailed to any part of the United States. Address Fostlrl\lll- ! . burn Co. , Buffalo , N. Y. Sold by all dealers , price GO cents per box. 'I ,...

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 — 22 July 1904

. / July 22 , lye THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . _ _ LOCAL AND PERSONAL. G King's for best paint. Dr. Miner : is in South Dakota. P. 140 Volb" came up from S1. Joe and agent Sunday in thiscity. M. Giannini was on the sick , list this week. Mrs. Peter csterer is visiting in Hydro , O. ' 1' . . i Mrs. Wilson Korner spent Sunday - day in Ilia wathlt. C. F. I Pal stead camc down from . 'l'ecumsehVednesday " Gco. Holland left on 'rucsday for Garden City , Mo. Earl North returned from Beat- \Vedncsday afternoon. J. R. Cain carne down from Stella \Vednesday aftcrnoon. H. Shrauger of Stella was a Falls City visitor 'rllUrsday. B. F. Miles came down from Dawson the first of the week. A. C. Petty of Verdon was a Falls City visitor "Wedncsday. Alex 'l'iehen , jr. , and wife were down from Dawson .1'liurslay. , \V. P. Ross of Tecumseh is vis- iting with Sam Ross in this city. Alex l\1il1nick arrived in Falls City Wednesday to visit rela , ti yes. H. C Raymond of Hiawatha was in this city the first of...

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 — 29 July 1904

. " . ' , " . . , . . " , , " " ' ' ' ' " , - ' " . " . . . , - " 'J \ ' . ih I' ( ' ; : ' ; " ' , - . ' " , , , " ; , , ' ' ' " , < ' , , : [ , t' " " - : ' t" 'II' . : r . . , ' v , : " .JfI . , : ; : . , ' " " . 'iF' r" : t.r . " " , 'r" , " ' A . " , , 111' : " hr. Otitj1 ribntu , r , , " , " " > " \ _ ' ; I \ , ' - . ' - t' , I VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JULY , , 1904. NUMBER 30 l , ; . _ _ un _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2,9 _ _ _ _ - - f.i " \ " . , , . , I . " . Died. . At the home of his mother , , . , : Mrs. Jolm.Hoffman , on 7th Street , . ' _ Monday July 25th at 7:30 : p. 111. , , George Hoffman after lingering _ . illness departed this life. George " L . . . . ' Hoffman was born in Aurora , , " . . ' . Illinois , on the 16th day of . .c..i" . - October 1873 and at the time of his demise was 31 years , 9 months . . . and nine days old He , with his " parents , came to Fall City in : ' > : . 1885 , which place has b...

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 — 29 July 1904

t - w , DEFIES GitAYITY LAW . - - - THE LATEST IN THE LINE OF SENSATIONAL FEATS. - - - aredevll Performer Rides Wheel In Circle of Loops Up a Perfectly Pel" pcndlcular. Wall at a Speed of a Mile a Minute. . . . When lht Ecl globe hi brollght. before ' fore the Public It will bu hailed lllnan ImouHly 1\11 the "moHt HenHI1t1onal" act over prodllcu,1 , anywhere In the olden IUYH the flaring circus pOKl.ora used to depict the wonderful foatH of the "hllUlIlII files" ; n whole family of acrobats who were pos5 EcsHed ( en the posters at least ) or the astonishing ability of walking all the celing ; heads downwarls. The noar' cn : actual approach to this linpossi- I hlllty until now was the riding of a bicycle on "straight wall , " the upper part of the regulation " ' . 'yclo whirl" tended upward perpendicularly. With this contrivance several men have been able to ride fast enough to + r . . / - I . Ott I 490 . 4 4 % I tl sc gfl = . t s 1S MI . . t . : ' ' ; ; " 6 . Slick ! to the absolute...

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 — 29 July 1904

4r . - - . : ; - ' . , - " ; ; " : N . 7 . : ; ; : : - : T . 'iffr ' . . : . . : . . : -----7 : : . ' : - . ' - - " " . , . - - ' . I July 291 19u4 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ; _ . , The New Revenue . . . Law and Taxation , st. , , ' . There appears to be some dis satisfaction among the people , with the revenue law passed by " the last legislature and it is giver out that our democratic friend s are going to make it the PARA MOUNT issue of 'the approaching , campaign. They will probably ' - - make plain their . objections to the law and the country will bet ter understand their position and 1 1s remedy they will suggest. It is i doubtful whether they know why ' they complain except it be , that t the republicans were iit the majority - jority in legislature that pass- cd the act. For campaign purposes - poses , it is prima facie evidence , , 'from a democratic stand point , ° thaV every thing the republicans , i do is wrong. Well what do they propose to do ? Repeal the law ! s , and tr...

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 — 29 July 1904

" " ' ' ' ' . . - - - - - LABOR STRUGGLE PACKING PLANTS PREPARING FOR A FINISHED FIGHT. A GENERAL GALL TO COME OUT - . , Teamstcra aD Well as Butchers Will Make Another Effort to Bring ) About Adjustment , They Also Having Voted In Favor of a Strlkc. CHICAGO-Dotormlnoll on a fight to 11 Ilnluh to enforce the IIOll1alHIFI of the ul rile In [ ; butchers , a sympathetic nlrikc of nil the IInlon wol'lmwn el11' ' played ) In the 11ncat pacldnt industry throl1ghout the country , with the ex celltlon of the teamsters , will IJe lie' cll1rel ! ondl1) morning al 7 o'clocl , InDtCf1l1 nf joining In the R'l11pathot. is nll'llw , hl' t IPuuHteri I will I11lllw I\n. ether effort In bring about an adJust , Jinni of thp nOlllro\'orr.y hy arbilra- tlon , 'I'hls decision was rOllcht'd Into H\lIIllny \ night . at II meeting of the jolnl ' : ouncll of the IOlll11Aters' unions thl'Ol1lhol11. : Chicago , who met 10 give heh' t ' epdorsC11tont . I his nflernoon to ( lull work wllfl the other 1I10n. The d...

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 — 29 July 1904

S . " . /M ' . , . . ; , . . ' - , \ - . ' . - . . . . . . . " " . " . ' \ . .F'If ' , . " " " , , w < ' " " ' ' ' ' ' ' < / ' ' ' _ . ' , ! ' ' . ' ' ' 'Fr'I'i'i ' ' . , \ , " : -i. I' . " . . . .l'Jllll"l' , " " " ' ' ' ' " ' ' , . ' 7 _ iI"I"'m" ' ; " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' -'JU > 71\'J " : .1f.-- : : ' , . . . . ; . . . . . , ; ' " , iIt , " " . ; . ; ; " , . ' ; 7'--7 . : : . -j " , ' t , ' , . : . - . ' . , , i r 1\ , , { THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . July 29 , 1904. a , . . . . LOCAL AND PERSONAL. King's for croquet sets. r , Buy your gasoline at the City > . Pharmacy. j , ¼ Allen May was in Humboldt Monday. Rev. Bet was a Salem visitor Sunday. James Pickett left Sunday afternoon for SterHng. . . " Everybody invited to call on Dr. McMi11an , Druggist. i . Coupe & Thornton handle noth- ing but the best of meats. lrs. J. M. Whitaker is view- ing the Expostion having left . " - , for St. Louis Monday. Ruedolph Smith , the unknown of Nebraska City , had the crust . to order two...

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 — 29 July 1904

- , , , . , , . . . . . _ . . . . . . . - ! - ft . ; " - ' c---- 6 ' - " " , . - " " , - -7.-- . f ' " " " ' " . . . ; - " - . " " " ; J""m ; : ; . . . ' " " " "Y = . , . , - - ' - - - - - - - . . - . . 1 " , . , . , n - . . i"lo < 'l , . m.I < m.I.t , ! : ' J I . WHISTLER'S PEACOCK ROOM i ' : It Ha. Boon Moved from the Late F. R. Leyland's Hou.o and I. Exhibited in a London Gallery ' i 1 . pa + rs. . i i ii i From time to time many people have \ wondered ! what would he the ultlmato I fate of Whistler's "Peacock Room , " 1 one of the best known and least known of his worls. Everybody has heard of It , but few have seen It. Its present fate Is to be In the mnrket. The "Peacock Room" was , of course , designed for , anti to some extent in spite of , the Into Frederick Richard 14eylund. It developed out of the din- Ing room In his house In Prince's Onte. A large part of this house had been decorated by Norman Shaw , with time I assistance of another architect , named .leclyll , ...

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 — 29 July 1904

J , July 29. 1904 THE .FALLS CITY TRIBUNE f 1 " . , LOCAL AND PERSONAL. : 'J . . " , King's for best paint. ; : , Ross Jackson spent Friday in . I . . " ' 1. "m ; 'I + this . city. . .1' : Mrs. John A. Crook is visiting -fi . , . , . JI- . . in C. , I owa. r : ' . . Pearl Prater went to Stella Saturday afternoon. Steve Pryor returned from So. Dakota Saturday. . C. K. Cooper of Humboldt was , in this city Sunday. A. H. Callison of Auburn Sun- o dayed in this city. - r The Nebraska City ball team . stopped at the I-lindell. g L. R. Recd of Humboldt was a ' , 4 guest at the Lindell Sun day. . . Art. Wilson of Humboldt : . played with the colts Sunday. Dr.R.P. Robertsdentist . . ' . ' over Kings Pharmacy. Al Carraway and wife are again boarding clt the City . hotel. Wilson Turman and wife returned - . turned from St. Louis Saturday. " Mrs. Wilcox and daughter ' , ' " were Pawnee City visitors Sat ' urday. tI. . " Mr. Boyd who has been serious- " ly I ill at the City hotel is improve : ,...

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 — 29 July 1904

r . " " n'f = i . . " ' - " - : : ; : 17 - - - - _ _ . _ r. c.t t , II I I . - 'j ' i t I - . . . I , ! t. If June Were Mine k. - : : . r ; , I 1'1\ a , I I If Juno were mine , J'I1 weave for you- / ( ! , or roses roil and skies of blue , " , Of golden Bun and orchard sheen , . or blossom fretted damascene- j 1 A veil of every petal hue . I ! . ' I , . And from the morning mists ' of dow , , II Distill n fairy stream that though I ' 1'110 woods should wend lL way serene , : ; ' If Juno were millo. : iII i t And ( , ere the purple dusk anew 1j . ; II The cllrtnllllJ of the sunset dl'CW , ' .J A1oWIl the rlver'H dream demeus , 1 I : I'll point n patch incarnadine , J , t And drift Into the dawn with you , 4 J U' Juno were mine J . . . - -Smart Set " " ' ' -'f' 9 Q I , R 'j : : Copyright , 1:100 : , by The Shortstory Pub , Oo. ( All rights reserved ) Adventurous prospectors ! who have , follgwed the perilous : trails over the Cnhlnet Mountains hale , as 0. matter 1 or C04 < tt'st' ,...

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 — 29 July 1904

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' . July 29 , 1904 . . - " " , : \ . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I f . . , t i Published ] very i nday at ! : , . . FALLS Cl'1 ' Y , NEBRASKA I ' " j By 1 aTRIBUNE . f PUBLISIIING CO , ' , - a Eriterccl as sccollll.cla5S matter , Janu- _ " ° ' 'hrv 12 , 1904at the post office at Palls ; City , Ncb. , under the Act of Congress of March 3 , 1879. > - - - . t : , . ONE DOLLAR PER YEARs i I ' , Telephone No. 22 ( , . f - - - - - - - - - . . , - - . . . . . . . t REPUBLICAN TICKE-1' : ' For President , 'l'hcodorc Roosevelt , N. Y. . ' . I"or Vice President , m Chas. 'V. I'airhanl , Ind. . \ . . . , Presidential Wcctors- I " ' . _ : . ' _ , . F. A.Barton , Pawnee . . _ , . . A. C. Smith , Douglas } " . . I . ' ! ; ' ' A. C. Abbott , Dodge , . . I " . ! ' 1. I. . . Norval , Seward . W. P. Hall , Phelps f , l\1. A. Brown , Buffalo ' ' . H. H. Wilson , Lancaster ' f' , . .n'I - J. C. Robinson , Douglas I . - , . . Governor--------------- ' J. II. Mickey. . ! Lieutenant G...

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 — 29 July 1904

I _ , - - - - - - - - - - Doubles Its Population Few persons } have any Idea of the oxlrnordlnnry manner In which the population ot l.uropo has Increased during the Inst contur ) ' . According to ! statisticians , this population has more than doubled Itself from 1880 to 1900. To this increase the ( Latin nations of Iho west and southwest contributed the least , and the greatest growth wall In the cast , where the people have / not yet become thoroughly saturated with the Ideas of modern elvlllzntlon. Mountain Sickness. n. W. I"rouhOolll " , who ascended Mt. J\ungehol'jllnga with n party of CrlelllfI ! , slates that those persons who suffered ( ; from I mountain sickness were most affected between HiOOO and 1 G- C00. feet , and that there was no In- crease of symptoms up to 20,000 feet Her WhIpping Positlon I A young \ woman applicant for a school In n Kansas town was asked to answer the question : "What Is your position upon whipping children ? " And her reply was : "l\Ir : usual p...

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 — 29 July 1904

I j , - - - - - - - - . - - - - - - . ' - - - - - - - - . - - - . . . - - - . - - - . - . . . . - . . - - . - . . - - - - - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . 't ! , July 29 , 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . ' . ( r _ _ . .J , . . . , i Correspondence f News of the County . as Told by Our Special Correspondents ! 1- Catalpa Grove. Farmers arc through harvesting - . , ing what grain they could get but much of it was down and unfit - fit for fccd. The measles arc still in thc ncigh borhood. : Mrs. ' 1' . L. Sny- dcrs family arc entertaining them . at prcscnt. ' 1' . H. Elson returned from his visit in thc cast last Sunday and will spend his vacation at thc old stamping ground. Mrs. Eakins is visiting at thc home of Mr. l\'Iorrison. Dr. Wiser made several trips to thc Grove last week to sec Mrs . . ! Clay - Princ r . . . . Mrs. Joe Holmcs' mother and j sister of Hiawatha spent a por- tion of thc week with her , Shubert. Percy King is among the sick. Mrs. Elmer King was in Stella lVlonda...

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 — 29 July 1904

" ' ; : " ' 0 ; ' : : Lj I , IL 1 IT .l. = : iii . - - - - - _ . - . - . - . . - . " . - _ . - - - . IS FREAK OF NATURE - Man In England a Peculiar Case of Arrested Development , There Is n young man In England who ut mho ago of 2'1 . Is doveloplng I1t the rate of only one ' sixth of that of the average humnn Iwlng. At present jmo ' 18 learning his alphabet and can count up to ten onh' During the last nlnotoen years he has eaten hut three menls n week , has slept twenty.four hours and played twenty.four hours , without the slightest variation In spite or his twonty.four years ho looks no older than II boy of tour or five and Is only thlrty.slx Inches In holght. For the same period his dc' velopmont physically and mentally has heen at only one - slxth the ordinary . nary rate , while absolutely regular and pt , rfoct In every other wa ) ' , At his birth this child weighed ten pounds and In no way differed from any ether chili ) , lie grow and thrived In the usual way until ho attaine...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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