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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 29 July 1904

- - ' . . " , . . . . . . . -Ni" . : : " ' . . , , ; . . . : . . " . " . , . > " ' . . . " " . . . , " - , ; ' " . . . ' . , . . , ' " ( St. Louis and Return Via Wabash Railroad , $8.50. Sold July 18th and 25th , good returning - turning 7 days from date of salo. Correspondingly - respondingly low rate applies from your station. The WABASH Is the ONLY line that land ! : passengers at main entrance of the World's fair - . grounds. All agents can sell you : through ticket and route you via the Wabash , insist on the agent doing so. Train Schedule. Leave Omaha Union station 7 : 45 a. m. , Council Bluffs 8 a. m. ; arrive World's Fair station 7:35 : p. Ill. ; St. Louis Union station 7:50 : p. m. Leave Omaha 6:10 : : p. Ill. , Council muffs 6:45 : { p m. ; arrive World's Fair station 7 n. m. , St. Louis Union station 7.15 n. m. dally. . . GREATLY reduced rates on sale during the summer months to many points In the cast and southeast. For all information call at Wabash city office 1601 ...

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 — 29 July 1904

. li . July 291 19u4 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . .N . . . . . . , . . _ _ . . , . . . . . .v. . y.v- . . . . . , Y. . . _ tIf ! cI . r . ftI " , ; { . ; J " ' ejr ' ' " . " , - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I'"w''W : 4)r. ' : ' ' ' : ! I' - 'I'II'.r ! : ' - ' ' ' ' . ' ! i'r.r - . : ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .r - . . - ' , "J , . , J - ' . ' ' ' . . . . . . " > > . . _ ' ' ' ' " , , , , " _ . . . ' ' ' - - - - - - - - - - - " , ' ' ' - _ , , -//I ' . , ' LY ' ' / / Y.Y- " _ " " " " " " " " , " " , ' ' / / YYYL ' 5UflMER GOOD = = CHEAP : . We propose to make August a banner month. Note the cuts and . come and save l1otley. _ _ _ _ _ _ , Y - . ' Summer Wash Goods. ' ! 7C Lawns \ , neW this season , designs very suitable for house wear , reduced to - - 4c Lawns , Batistes , Dimities , in short lengths mostly , reduced - duced from t2' c and r5c , to close - 5c All the remainder of our 12'c and I SC thin Wash Goods now - -c - 7 1..2c Lot of 2SCI 3SC and Sac thin Wash Goods , to close , 15c Hosiery Bargains....

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 — 29 July 1904

- t DARKEST RUSSIA DY n. GRATTAN DONNELL Copyright ] 896 . by Street II Smlah , AU rights reserved _ . . . . .ftu _ _ . . .11 -II , - - ' " ' - - - ' " ' - - - ' " ' - - - ' " ' - . J. CHAPTER X.-Contlnued. ' . , . - - "Now , by my fathm"s blood ! " ho exclaimed , "this Is indeed a find. Hold ! " he shouted , as he averted a. blow aimed at the prostrate and help. less Alexis hy Hersy-a blow with an ax , which , had it been delivered with aU the strength intended , would have ended its victims life then and there. " think "Hold-walt-walt ! Who , you , i8 this ? " "Who ? Speak ! Who ? " ' was demanded - I manded on aU sides. "Why , NazlmolT , the cruel , cowardly . ly- " Oramlnsly got no further. With a1 i howl of rage the conspirators sprang i toward their victlm-"Coward , dog ; : woman heater , your ; end i8 near " And Alexis would have been torn to , pieces by his Infuriated enemies but' for Oramlnsly's interference. "Hold ! " ho shouted , with an oath , "don't act hastily. We must...

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 — 29 July 1904

' .1 . " . . " - , . . . . - . . . . . . . - _ . . - . . . . .4IIt&t ' ' : I.1' . ' . ' " . ( ' I . / 'f . . . . , . . . ' . " . . ' . " . , . . ' . . , "t " . ' ' ; . ' " . . . > .t , . . . , , . ' - < " , ' \ . . . ,1'\ .4 ; ; , . 1 . . ii' i : THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ? \ . ' July . . t. 29. 1904 _ _ - - t More Drainage Matters . by R. Eo Grinstead " . . Many persons living I in the west ' . end of the county have an idea ; , , I that when thc : Mo. River has a 'maximum raise then the Ncmaha . : . . . It. . back water with I River is affected as far up as Salcm. 'l'hc time , was whcn many Salcm people believed - licvcd that at thc Exchange Milts alms City is at thc level line of back watcr. Now .Saletn pcoplc 1 don't believe that way. 'l'hcy I have been invcstigating. Salem pcople also know that a maximum I raise ' in Mo. River docs not affect thc Hood line in thc Ncmaha \ River more than a few hundred i I feet above thc mouth of thc t Ncmaha : Rivcr. 1 If both rivers wer...

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 — 29 July 1904

_ , . . , . . , . ' " . . . . F ' . " - . 1 ( . TO AID THE SEAMSTRESS. Simple Contrivance of Much Value In Hot Weather. Why has not some one thought of this excellent idea before ? A fan attachment - tnchment for the sewing machine that Win : aid the seamstress to do her work In more comfort than It Is otherwise possible for her to do It. True thorn have been suggestions along this line , but they failed for the lack of some . very necessary features which were , . . ' , . . . not incorporated in them. ' . The new fan is fitted to the top of w w , Ln. ; . ' . . the arm of the machine and about on : ; : : . < ' " . , . , " ' , ' , - - " ' . , , . - . ; \ : . " , , ' . . r ; ' J. : , t . . . . . . , . : , " . - , a level with the 'face of the operator. ' . , . . When the machine is running the fan revolves with tremendous rapidity and . cools the fevered brow of the scam- , : . . . . . stress. As an assistant its value could hardly be overrated , as any one who - . has had a hard d...

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 — 29 July 1904

- ' t'J. . ' . \ 't. ' . ' , ' ,11"I' " ! / ' \ " ' ' ' . . . . . . " ' ' " ' 'r---'P" , " , , , - - - . ' . Ii I" r' " " , . " : " I . July 29 , 19u4 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 'Of. ! . " , . i" , . : Richardson County Teachers' Institute ' ,1 , The annual session of the Richardson County Teachers' Institute will be held in the High School building ' ' i'n Falls City , Neb. , beginning Monday morning , August 15 , and closing Saturday , August 20. _ ' . _ , , \ ) : I PRO -RAMME . I . t 8:40-9:00 : : II I I I I 9:00-9:35 , I : i s ; 9:40-10:20 . 1 I 10:20-10:30 , I 10:35-11:15 : : . . 0:20-12:00 \ t f ] ; ! 12OO-h50 I I \ . . . . 1&50-2:30 1 2:35-3:15 I I t ' . I , 3:20.-4:00 : : I , II I I Pillsbury I . .Physiology I I I I , Hoff I Mensuratloli Arithmetic Written I - I - OPENING EXERCISES _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ " , " , _ ' Ir Newell Primary Numbers I Richmond Music I r - I Wilson II I I Civics 1 Crocker I I Grammar I Pierce I ' I I , , - ' / PierceSchlaifer I . ' ' : . : '...

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 — 29 July 1904

i - - - \ DANGER TO JAPAN SQUADRON STEAMING FOR ISL AND TO SHELL CITIES. SHIPS ARE NEARING YOKOHAMA Ships Sighted In Jap Waters and Born- I bardment May Be Expected-Jap. anese Torpedo Boats Retire Under . Heavy Fire From FortG. . . . . .f , ' L" r , ? a ' , TOKIO."A fisherman reports that the Vladivostok squadron was of Mr- . aim yesterday , going In a southeasterly - ly direction at a speed of 10 knot . If this course and speed Is maintained the squadron will bo off Yolmhoma late toda " . The eastern coast of Japan Is shrouded In fog. Shipping has been suspended , awaiting the location ' r cation of the Russian fleet. CHEF FOO.-Coples of the Novo < liras , a newspaper published at Port ' Arthur , Including the Issue of Jlllr 11 , , I L reached hero this nfternoon. According ( . Ing to this paper the Japanese fleet , composed of six cruisers , five gunboats . " . ' boats and twenty torpedo boats , was seen early In the morning of July 10 , to the southeast. . At 1) ) o'clock In t...

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 — 29 July 1904

. ' 1 . . . . : ' ' ' ; Jf' , ' , , . ' . . . . . - . , - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - . - . - - - . . c- : lb. . r I July 29. 1904 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , I " Business College ' . ; . . ' , . .J : ; Changes Hands . Prof. Barrett after being at the I he1ut of the l'atls ! City Business , : college for over ten years , leases his school to Prof. D. P. Smith . of college ! Springs , Iowa who has already movcd to our city and is now making thc necessary im- prO\'cmcnts and arrangcmcnts to open thc school Monday Scpt. 5. Prof. Barl'ctt wishes us to in- form thc general public that Prof. , Smith is an up to date school man in every particular and a true Christian man of the highest ! type , having spent nine years in _ the ministerial work and several years as teacher and manager of different colleges , and that thc good people of Richardson county who attend 1 the business college in the flit urc will rece...

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 — 29 July 1904

I . ' , I " ANPDPE ; I ' 1 . TALE'S : , j' , , ! i..r..j. . j..ij ! ! ! ! ! j ii'i i ! ! ! ! i i ! . . The Other Side. . I t1. " Climbing the mountuln's shaggy crest " 1 wondC'l'od - much what sight would greet My eager gaze wheno'r my feet Upon the topmost height would rest The other side wus all unknown : But as I slowly tolled along Sweeter to me than allY song M3' dreams of vl:410118 to be shown , 'i' l\Ieanwhll ( > the mountain shrubs dis- tilled . ' , Their ! sweetnt'SS all along my 'way , And the delicious HIIIIUHr day My heart with rapture overfilled , At length the topmost height was gained : The other sIde waR full In view : My dreams-not one of them was true , But better far had .I attalne For far and wide on either han There stretched a valley broad and fair , > With greenness flashing e\'erywhert'- ; A pleasant , smiling , homelike land t 11 'ho knows , I thought , but so 'lwlll I , prove Upon that mountain top of death , 'hero' we shall draw diviner breath , I An...

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 — 29 July 1904

, n"m""W " ' "AM * s' < IQI--.O > ' 'Q ' ! ' " ' ' " . es. 1 "tae c + ' % . . i itilr. < ' , { iS1k .K " 'd7v WGftRid bAClWr7ce SPl " , . . . , , . . , . . . . . . , r . .r. . . . . , . , . , . _ . _ , . . . . . _ . . . . _ _ _ F , . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE July 29 , 1904 } . . . .J ' - . . . . .n . _ . . - . , . . " ' ' ' . . . : - . - - . . _ _ _ _ . - - - . , ; . - - - - , - - . - - - - . . - . . - . . . . . . . . . " . ' " . .0. r- WHITAKER G. M. BARRETT . , , , . . . , " . . . . ' , ' 4 I , , , , T J J. WHITAKER , . ' . , ' ' . . , - - f ' . r . . , . . . ; ; ; ; ; BARRETT & . WHIT AKER I. ' , ' I ' > ' . - . " ' . . ' . . ' Jr. " . . ' , " ' , . 'to' . \ . , " ' . , : > , " " ' . . ' \ . ' , ' , " - " 1' ' . " ' , , t' ' , ' \ _ . DEALERS IN ' , , ' ; ' . : " J- ; " . . , " 1.t. . , : ) " " , , ; . , _ : : r I , , . , . , " ' ' , ' , , p- ' " . - \ I " , . ' , ' ' ' : ' ; : " , : : - REAL ESTATE . FARM LOANSJ COLLECTIONS . AND INSURANCE . . , , . . , , . , ' ...

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 — 12 August 1904

. . . ( . - - . . . . . . , , . . , , " , . . q . " . h > ' _ . , ' . _ . , ' - 'u . " _ _ " _ " M M ' . . ' . . . . , + W. . swY' . . . . . . YMp.1.'L ypi . . r , . . . . . , . . . . _ _ . _ . _ . . . o \ ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . ' % ' 'Pi. . I. ' " ' " . . . . . . . ! 'I. " ' . . . , . . . . " . . . , " . I - - - - NM , _ r . - he galiii ttitlIribunt. . ' " , VOLUME ' I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , AUGUST 12 , 1904. NUMBER 32 . , 1.1 , J , , The Democratic I -rr _ County Convention . ; . ' . i. ' " ' ' , . ' . : . The decadence of office seeking , ; : . " , : in the democratic party is one of . the recent developments politi- c 4 ca11y. Candidates have to be drafted and even then they refuse to stand hitched. Even that Bar- I Ids of Richardson county politics , , . George Carpenter , caught the infection - fection and went through the , . . . . , form 'of saying no , but he said it in such a shy uncertain manner t the convention permitted him to serve as a sacrifice and no...

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 — 12 August 1904

. . _ - - - - - - - - 1 I MTtI TIlE WOULD ' BtST : WRITERS VALUE OF A SUNNY SOUL. - - 'fho world Is too full of sadness and . sorrow , misery and sickness ; It needs more sunshine ; It needs cheerful JIves whIch radiate gladness ; It needs encouragers - couraf.ers ; who will lift and not bear down , who will \ encourage , not dls- COl1r01o. Who can estimate the value of a sunny soul who scatters gladness and good cheer herever ho goes , Instead of gloom and sadness ? Everybody Is attracted to these cheerful faces and sunny lives , end repelled hy the gloomy , the morose and the aad. \Ve envy people who radiate cheer wher- ever they RO and fling out gladness from every Ilore. Money , houses and lands look contemptible beside such a dlslJosltlon. The ability to radiate sunshine Is a greater power than beauty , or than mere mental accom- pI Ish men ts.-S uccess. DESTINY IN WAISTCOAT. I The easy-going Harvard undergraduate - I , unte , left to himself on Questions of dross , " , ,11not ...

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 — 12 August 1904

. . . + w.-.n . .r.mw.vuw A.ws c/a1vixeaJn9na.5rort.r11c P1rr'r76pT1 effYE1ClrYi7J1ra V . . I f ! . . . I August 12 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE r 1. ( R E Grin tead 0.0 ; Drainage Matters , ) ' c & ' J , , h " 'rhe owners of bottom lands , ( , , subject to inundation , from excessive - cessive rainfalls , are seeking to organize a drainage district under Article one , Chapter eighty mile , of the compilcd statutes of Neb. for 1903. ( Beginning at the mouth of ) Rattlesnake Creek on south fork ' ; of great Nemaha river in Scc. 4 , I . 'j\ j \ , Town , one , Range , fourteen East , Richardson Co. , Ncb. Beginning . ; again on thc north fork of thc . . 'J " a N. \'cr where thc same is I , crossed by thc west line of Section 32 , 1' 2 , R 15 East. Bcginning. again on Muddy creek at the , west line of Section G , ' 11 , R. L 17 E. and terminating at the . mouth of the Mo. river. , - The requircments of the law . arc now being complied with by ' { the careful prepcration of a pe- , ...

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 — 12 August 1904

- - - - - - - . ' . . " . - ' . . , , . " . . . ' . ' - , . . . . . i. ' " " . . _ _ _ . . - _ _ u. . _ . . _ _ _ . _ . _ . . _ _ . . - J4 I ) . - Nti ; ; 1 , r , , I I r e h1- - Taking Care of he Crapo. 'rho gn'atc'Hl huultcap which can ho placed on 1\ miller ) ) Is to have to contenl ( with the off . grade whoat. Wheat I hat has hoell wet In the Hhocle , sprouted , bleached , musty stuff , mean to handle alld Imllosslhlo to grind , this 18 the worst of nil evils which nuts beset the operative and olle of the greatest ! sources of loss In running the 1II11 ! . There In also the ' wheat which has hone into the ! -Ilacle 111 allllllrlml good shape / and because of hall winds and hla'y l'all1s become soaked with water . tor and thou hy hl'atll1g become Htaele. 11111'11011 and moultl . ' lute the ) ( n1Ouldy , 01' gone ( , hlml 111 1\ doing condition and como olll litter nR hi n . burned ! wheat , which Is not only dccC'plivo stuff to buy , hut which makes unsouIIII ( flour and loss If...

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 — 12 August 1904

" ; - " ' ' , " -4 " , " . . . . . . -.i' ' ' ' ' ' - - - - ' ' ' ' " ' - .r . - . - < : . ; - - ' . : ; ; : . : , ' . . ; ( ; , : 1if.-w - " . .V'it"4 " : . , \ > , , : 1" WH .i'9'r' : " ' ' : . f I I " . i I " . . . < < August 12 , I904' ' ' ' - \ ' t ' . ' . ! -I-E : ! FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ! _ _ _ _ _ _ _ = - - - _ _ _ _ . " : , { , ' , ' { . , - ' - ' " ; ' I King"s for Ha l1mocts. . . . \ . I\T.I : " ? Irs. 1\ J. Gist has been quit t . : sicl 1- . . A . . Lillian Lewis went to On1'aha ( . :4 : . . 'Sutl < 1av. . .Itl. . 'r . : \ henry Sanford apart Saturday _ I , _ c\'cning' , in l cscrvc. ' . ! , : . ElhraimVithcc was ( lown - .t ) : , yv4 ' , from Stella Sunday. II : . . Dr Fleming returned Sunday . . " ! . . "I" . : ' , 1l10rnll1g' front S t. I -401.11s. " . " ; 1 Reavis in Omaha h' . Isham l cas was ' ! ; ; Saturday on legal busincss. I' . . Ncllic McMaliort alHlli'rcd Os- . wald spent Sunday in Verdon. . 1VIrs. Macomhcr : and laughter lilPlic arc visiting in u...

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 — 12 August 1904

. . eAMPf1RI . T4LES : 4..f"ilt ! ! . . j. . i. .ir 1' I ! ! ij ! ! i ! . ' . The Rocky Hills of Gettysburg. 'fhll ode Will written III the year 18111 ( , set to 1II11"lc "y .1. B. KevlllHltl , Illld published - IIlIhed with Il dedication to the olllecrl and soldiers or thc Army of the 1'otonutc. III the stone year also , It was sung III Il rent fair hcltl 1tho SOI'lcly uf l'a- trjul DIIIIRhtOI'H , o'r 1.1IIIC1IlcPa. . OI ! ! dark the day tool dark ! the hour When Treason , III her height uf power . " 'ILl , all her gathered ! legions came To \rWc ' the North with sword and "af\e ! Eight onward ) . swift , exultant , IJrOllll , With burning ! , wrath t and curses loud , Up to ) 011 chain of hili they crowd , 'l'he Hocty ! IIJItI uf UellYIJ1JUr AI occall-WIt come rolling high ! . Beneath the tl'IIIIIIII-lJlacltJlloll sky , And rush with fllr Oil lie shore , And rage and dash with awful roar , 1)0 i burst the foenicn Oil that IJIllld , The heroes : or the flltllCrlllllll , All brat ! ...

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 — 12 August 1904

. " . , . _ _ _ _ . . . . _ . . _ . _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ . . _ . . . _ _ _ . - _ ' - - ' ' ' ' ' - . . , - x.1. + tW.rM4 . . . . - t.i\JiI. < . "JIIeft"J -7' J 1. Jl'J" " " ' I . . w . j f August 12 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ . _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE \ I , 4 ' ' 1' . ; Published Every Friday at ; . . FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA . , : ' . . . By. . . TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO . . . . " . . . < sccond-c1ass matter Jallu- Littered as - , - { „ ' , . ' . . ary 12 , 1904at thc post office at 1.'alls . . " . City , Ncb. , undcrthcActof Congrcss ' " , ' of March 3 , 189 ' . : .1 \ , ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH 'l'clcphonc No. 226. . TELEPHONE. , . . , ; ( Since thc publication of our last . . . < . . . . issue in which wc commcntcd on , ' , . thc telephonc monopoly , wc have , . ' " been asked to be IIfair" with local ' : " . , cntcrprisc. \Vc intend to bc. This paper will go as far in sup- of Falls and its busi- , port City - . . . . ness interests as any other publ...

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 — 12 August 1904

e . . - , tW.1 : n I' I The Labor of the Child . h 1\ Shut them from the light ot day , DI\'hlerule , dh'hlend/ ; Hob ! them or their youth and play , Dividends , dividends ; Stunt and dwnrt the coming race , Flabby limb and bloodless facc- A prison mill , the Infnnt'/I plncc- Dividends I Dividends I n. Steal their freedom nn.1 theIr joy , Dividends ! ' , dividends : j p . Sncrlfice the girl and boy , l'J' DI'ldend11I'ldcI1l1s : Foolish , blind Impotent state , _ \ Sowing drn'on teeth of hatc- S'a\'o tiny nurslings from this fntc- Dh'ldcndl1 ! Dh'ldl1luls ! - Hobart Iovemnn I r tWJ tf.SJ toonwJt : : : ! 33 I I . 1ll3J , r r ( ) / JjJ P/Il/fl . . ' 5Y GEORGe : DYER ELDf DGE Copyright , 001 , lIy The Shrtslor Pub Co ( All right I'CSC1'\'cl1. ) A Il\nd no 111'ROllltO that iuinglna- lion might not picture It ; the surface alternating In gray told red , where the disintegrated line and sandstone lay sldo ( by side without mingling ; n soil too coarse vegetation , hard with the halting of...

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 — 12 August 1904

- - - LOOPING THE DOUBLE LOOP. ( Daredevil Feat Performed by Wheel man of Berlin. The latest novelty in the class at sensational performances Imown - as "looping the loop " is the invention of nn Ingenious wheelman of Berlin Bottner by name , who has construct I .l. , cd n double loop and performed tint t' feat of passing through it on his : wheel. It Is most certainly the pinnacle - , uacle of mad darIng , and will . not very soon witness a rival. . In this new 1001) as shown in the cut , . the performer , after he has passed . cd through half of the large loop and . with his head still down , must guide the wheel into the smaller loop and " , out of it again his head being again . turned toward the earth upon the . y kL . ? f . y = , . 1 _ ! y _ l . -.T - - ' ' - rife , l i finishing arc of the larger loop. Just Imagine with what Yelocit the per former is hurled through these t.wo loops , and perhaps It may be posslblo - - to appreciate the stoical quietude of his nerves his rare ...

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 — 12 August 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
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