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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 19 August 1904

" . . . . ' " , i I ALL ARE ANXIOUS I I NOTHING HEARD FROM THE PORT ARTHUR SQUADRON. FIGHTING RUMORS CONFLICTING . ' .lIIt , ' t4 Russians at Port Arthur Said to Be Short of Ammunition-Another Story Aflottt thttt the Port Has Fallen. - - LONDON-Rumors that Port Arthur - thur hew fallen are again current , but . apparently there Is no further warrant , for them than on previous occasions. It Is regarded as impossible that Port 1 ' Arthur can hold out much longer , but there is no further news either concerning - ) , corning the fortress or the fate of the Port Arthur squadron beyond the statement from Chee Fee that the pro- tected cruisers Aslwld and ! Novlk have entered the port of KianclHlu , which Is ! German leased territory , According to the Che Fee corre- spondent of the Telegram the Japs , tried to blow up the Russian torpedo boat destroyer nleshltelnl and her crew had to swim for their lives. The ) ( i I same correspondent states that Lieu- . . tenant General Stoessel , the ...

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 — 19 August 1904

_ _ . _ ; a _ . . . _ _ _ _ . . _ , u . . . . . - - - - , _ . - \ , , . ' I 'f'J. \ : : . ; - . . " 4 ' . . < ' . ) . , - . , August 19 19u4 'J 11-11 PALLS LJ 1 Y TKlIjUN ! ' ) 1tI , . , " " - - - - - - - - : - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . fIIOLT'sl THE CONSERVATIVE SHOE BUYER THINKS OF I10LT I AND GOOD SHOE AT SONE TIME . ' WlmN IN NE'1) OP / POOTWEAR ONU / nq I _ A TJNINCY ! ( .or TO SUOOIST TIIO /lASt J ' - , - - - - - - - JUST NO\\ SPECIAL BARGAINS MAKE ' THE COMPARISON VERY ESPECIALLY STRIKING , - L t. SHOESJ , , , ' . , t i " - 'vVe carry a. . . . t : " COMPLETE LINE t 01 I Building Material j . " ! f And all kinds of ! I COAL , WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE \ t Chicago 1 1t 1f 1 f Lumber ftl Coal Co. i TELEPHONE 58. . II II Ii I i I Cnn Get You a Widows' Pension Quicker than anyone else I secured a pension for l\IlS. AN- NA B.\1111 of Falls City. Allowed li'cpnmry 17 . 1904. Mr. Babb died October 29. 1903. ' Also lCI ion for .ms. JHNNm \VJtNT\\'OJ'l'H of Palls City. Allow- cd M...

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 — 26 August 1904

wNM.4AwY . . . . + . . - - . . _ K . R . . ' r . . ' . . . . . " l " f ! 7'J fi , t ' " athr. ' . ' al1 otitJI' ( Jributtt. 1 ' 1 Ir t M. , , ' " ' . . 0 - - ' , 'i , : ' . . J'- ; ' \TOLUl\IE I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , AUGUST 26 , 1904. , NUMBER - 31 - ' : ' . . . : , , o. . Tax ii\junctions On Tuesday of this week two " . cases were filed , in the ( tistrict . , . , ' . , , ' court by Edwin S. trowle who . appears for himself and all other " . ' . . tax payers of Richardson county : asking that the county clerk be . enjoined from proceeding further . : . with the spreading of the ten per ' , cent increase made by the state 4' . board of cqualization of Richardson - . : . ' son coulit ) ' property on the tat records of Hichardsotl coun ty. Judge 'Wilhite granted a tem- 1)Orar injunction in the absence : ' , of the district judges and thus i , . prevent anything further being ' : clone in the matter until the case . : is finally heard Reavis & Reavi r " . appealer the pe...

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 — 26 August 1904

" ! \1 \ , : I ! i . : f1a ) e Baby. . Wee tow-hcr\llccl baby , i , Like II butter hall halt inclined to laughter , Hnlt Inclllled to lililmll. Dimples In your elbows Dllnlll III your chili : Looks like qed had made you 1'0 put dimples In J I Looks like God had made 'Oll , , Holy poly boy ! , , With your mouth n-Illlclter I r F : yes 1I-III1I1CO with joy , Just 10 carry TllnIJlcs. r' : ' 'hnt-hllve you n pain Dear ; , such twisty faces t I + tre U sign ! of 1'11111 : Hnlt n laugh half crying , Don't know what 10 do , GlllplllK , sobbing . sighing ! , Tell you , baby ! : ' You ! Stick like \ that 10 mother I Always wlll'u III 11011\)1- \ I All till years ot nil your life , AIIII you ClIlI't lose 0111. -JlOIIHlolI POHt. Milking a Cork Walk. I Lot and lots of lioys l and girls rnvo seen n. match box , n horse fly , n Ftone fence , and even n. hoard walk , t'ut0 1 ore pretty sure that very few nt you hove ever seen n. cork whllt. Still , under certain clrclllnHlances , It cork can walk ...

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 — 26 August 1904

" " , , , _ _ . MO : _ _ _ " _ , . " . " . . . . . , . _ _ : : ; . August 26 19u4 11-IL l P \ LLS LII Y KIJjUN . . _ , , . , , - - - - - - - " - - - ; r , w ' TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . " . A Published Every Friday FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA . By . .S , : . tl TRIBUNE PUBI-4ISHING CO. - TytlterCl as sccolHl-class mattcl' , Janu- at' ) " 12 , 190 lat thc post office at Falls City , Nch" , tinder the Act of Congress of March 3 , 1879. ' . . ' . : > 7. : : r . . . . . . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR . ' 4 tl'c1cphonc No 22CJ. : > : .t " REPUBLICAN Tl KET. . For President , Theodore Roosevelt , l\T. Y. . For Vice President ' \ Chas.V. . ' Fairbanks : , Ind. . , " . . , . . . Presidential Elcctors- . I" . A Barton , Pawnee " . A. C. Smith , Douglas ' : . < , 'A. C. Abbott , Dodge ! i . < ' , 1' . T , . Norval , Seward . , . . , \V.P. Hall , Phelps . " " M. A. Brown , Buffalo } ' , , , , ' . " . . . M " s ' H. H. Wilson , Lancaster I J. C. Robinson , Douglas f . . 'i' + Governor--------------...

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 — 26 August 1904

Jr , . . - . - - - t. falls City Tribune , BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. FALLS CITY . , NEBRASKA L.- , John L. Sullivan Iii to open a care. In New YOI'I-ml ) nol with the dox ology. ' . Now the czar will set up the cigars for the boys , no mutter what happens at. Port Arthur. - "A stage holll up. " The pity Is that t It does nol happen oftener , for the I stage IW heeds such ald. , 4 That automobile which scalped n . II Woman In New York the other day I , , must have been a "rod devil. " A writer In llarper's asks , "Do : mon manage their wives ? " A good many or them lllrulllge to think they llo. At any rate It did not take ! the British - IHh half I\S long to get to Lhassa as It will take them to gel away from thero. Edward Atkinson says : that he con skiers the comlllontH on his slllollng I1n IlIIpCI.tlnencc. Now , of course , lhe11 IIlop. : IIn'l1 Is now having It revolution every thirty minutes ! : , mold apparently possesses a fair claim to the revolu . lion record. The stamp coll...

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 — 26 August 1904

_ . _ - . - - . . . . . - - - _ - . - . . . . _ . . . . . . . . , , " - , . , "JIi'r \ . . - .IJ" . , August 26 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . $ ' , If , THE WORLDS . $11'fli ! ' ROUTE TO ST. LOUIS I ( I I ! - AND rL , t THE . EAST c . . . . Fast Trains Elegant Service _ _ _ . . . . . . . . P" T' " _ . . $25 to Portland , Tacoma and Seattle September 15 to October 15 , 1904. $25 to LosAnglcs , Francisco and Sacramento Cal. Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 , 1904. _ . State Fair at Lincoln , Aug. 29 to Sept. 2. Return limit Sept. 3rd. $2.80 round trip. To California and return $45.00 August 5 to Sept. ' : . loth , return limit Oct. 20. St. Louis . 60 day lil.11it. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13.55 , . ' S t. L. 15 cay I 1. rmlt. . . . . . . . . . . . $12.00 4. . . - St. Louis 7 day limit Tuesday and Thursday - , day of each week . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7.25 ' Remember there is no change of cars to St. Louis. Take the Worlds Fair Special at 8:45 : p. m. Fast train through Falls City. Fo...

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 — 26 August 1904

b. ; . . . - ' , L - - - , 1 , _ . - - - - - - 6\MPnRI . TALES : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t ! ! lUJI. . . . ! . ! ! ! " . ! ! ! ! ! ! . I ! ! J ! ! I ! . . ! I ! . , l : The Man Who Feels The man who feels 18 n happier wlght Than the IIIlIn who 18 callous and Bold ] , For If ho weeps In the gloom of night , Ho inuglls In the 'IIInhcIIJn'H gold : And If the tide of his life rums low It reaches the summits of cheer : Ile known the hllhtll : , II" the depths below . low , And ho smiles through ! n pitying tcnr. AIIII utter It nil , when nil is don , 'rho world ] has most of the gladdening sun , t For the twlllhl lingers when tiny Is dune , I 1 i AIIII the sun'l benediction II l1'nl' Y 1 The man who feels ! IH hnJllller fnr- ! I say It ugain and 11111111- 1 ' 'rhll over can \u \ 01' ever lire , , 'J'ho JlIHleHs ROIIM of lIIell : L For It ho sighs for his own gray woes , He sighs for nnother'l . too : If the lllInt ot pain In his besom grows , Il III covered by 1I'JnIJllthy's Ilow A...

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 — 26 August 1904

' . . . . . . . . . ' ' 'T' _ n. , . . ' , ' , . . . . . . .JfI" ' . . . , , . . . . . . .J:1 ! " " " " " " " , r.r. . . . J' . . . . . . , ' " 't" . ' ' ' ' T'j'i . . . . . . . , ' ! \ . . : ' - ' . ' _ "VI' . - . F-r. : ; ry. ? , , ' "r. . . . < , ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' , , , . . . ' ' ' ' ' .K.'Ia " ' ' ' ' ' 'f'Co' " ' . " 'I'.i'1 : ! 1 " " " , " , " : , , " .I , " " . . . . . . . . . . ' . 'i"'I'W" . : . , " I : ) . " " . ' , _ " * ' ' " ' " ' . " - " . 1" . . ' . . ' . , . . , ' " . . ' ' . . - 1 I I , . . . . . . . . . . , , . ) / t" 't /,1"- " " ( I ' , ' ' , , . ' I : - : . . : : August 26 1904 . 1'l-il . . ! ! . F1LLi : en Y ' 1'K113U1N1i 0- " . . . . . 4 t.h - - - 1" rt . ' , . . , LOCAi--- AND PERSONAL. 0 . 0 f. . i. ' King's for purses. . t Ea it Sowlcs C.u1Cly. . r Mrs. Jamcs i\lcttz : has been ill. , . ' . . , " . , . . . . . . . 'x , 1.1 " ' . . I\.lng-'s for Hammocl\s. D. D. Rcavis and family spent r Sunday . in Prcston. - -'Valtcr Boyle of Omaha is visit- ; iug' with...

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 — 26 August 1904

: ; . . . " ' " . , - - ' . . ' ! it' - 'f ACHED IN EVERY BONE. - ; 'Z , 'e. hicago ' Society Woman Who Was St , It' : ' Sick She Could Not Sleep or Eat , ! , ' Cured by D an's Kidney Pills. I , , , Marion if'f , " ' Knight . ot 33 'I" ' N. Ashland I ; , . Ave . Chicago ! ' Orator at the Wert Bide I W 0 d neaday Club says : . "This winter j 1 when I started . ' cd to use I , I' ' . D 0 a n's KId. I nay Pills I 's.i' , f J ached In every , bone and had : intense pains : fn the tlllnoys ) and pelvic organs. The - urine was thick and cloudy and I could barely eat enough to Jlvo. 1 felt change for HUI better within a I weok. 'rho second weelc I began , eating heal'lily. I began to improve l - generally and ) before seven weeks hall [ passed I was well. I had spent hun. I dreds of dollars for medlclno that did not help me , but $ G worth at Doan's t Kidney Pills restored mo to perfect health. " A TRIAL FHEE-Address Foster. S 1\1llburn Co. , Buffalo , N. Y. For sale : b ; all denIers. Pri...

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 — 26 August 1904

, , > . " ; . , r" . ' Try One Package. , . It "Defiance Starch" docs not please " . you return It to your dealer. It It .p. . „ . 'Ii\ . does you cetone-thlrd more for the \ , same money. It will \ give you SUUM- . . . faction , and will not stick to the Iron. F , Oldest Tree. a . I The oldest tree In the world Is on , ' the Island of Kos , lying off the const of Asia Minor. The trunk Is thirty , , feet in circumference. A wall of a . , " masonry surrounds ! it and supports the two main branches. It Is believed ' . to be more than 2,000 years old. 1 ' . . . Cheerfulness and Grumbling. . . . : . How many people In real life there i I. are who are a perpetual drain on the sympathies of their more cheerful _ friends and neighbors ! They like to 1y" , . be comforted with strong , uplifting . I . ' \ ' words ; they appreciate cheerfulness " . . . , . ; -In others. It does not occur to ' : . tliem that It Is a cultivable quality , ' y" Just as grumbling Is. I " , - , Corn Birds Will N...

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 — 26 August 1904

- . 1 \ . . . , - . . . j . : . . August 26 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE : ; f : " 'l ' ' k LOCAL AND PERSONAL. King's for stationcry. F. . .King's for good soda watcr. Roy Dag-get of Salem eras in " ' this city Monday. . . y 0" " O. Marsh was down from if a ; crdoit , ronday. - ' ' \Var .cn Schaible spent Sunday , I ' and ' 1\londay in Salcm. Miss Dora Carico return cd ( Monday from Hiawatha. r E.N. Rupert of ShuLcrt attend- ' . ed the picnic here 'l'uesday. . H. C. Zoellcr 01 Preston was in , thc city on business ' 'l'ucsda ' ; V. G. . yfOl"II returned from ! : New York Monday aftcrnoon. 1 F. . ' ' 1. Moritz of Mints City was a Falls City visitor thc first of the week. Mi s. Alice Walker tree Hutch- jugs' went through Falls City . Sunday on No. 57. , ; , ' Mary Pete of Preston visited - with Samuel Prater and family the first of the wcek. 'Vanted-two apprentice girls ' ' store. at the Don Ton millinery Reference required. \Irs. Prank Marvin and George Strong of Oklahoma City are ...

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 — 26 August 1904

i \ ' 0 ' : " . l..fTf l. DARKEST BY II. G RATTAN UUNNELLY. RUSSIA J ; t t , Copyright , 1890 , by Street Smith , All rights rCGcrvCl1. t , . . _ - - " _ , , , _ nlNW'aC'tR. ' IPIA. . - " " " ' - - - - - - - - - - " . - - ' . . "U"- 1VVyw . XIII-Continued. I CHAPTER - RadaloIT had no lIen ! of the COI\ ' ' \ tents of the letter. But when Illla . had finished reading It he gave the "waiting" signal , and In response to the single strolte of the bell enter' ed the office to meet the Countess Knrslcherr , with the result already descrlhed. In vain ho attempted to explain to the countess that he round Udn a prisoner , she having been captured In the Nihilist rendezvous . rtczvous , hut the haughty and insulting . Ing manner In which he had been in terrupted each time he beatt ; his explanation - planation , had prevented him from giving that Important Information. Thus It was when llda entered her presence the countess Imew nothing of her arrest. The two women stood fac to face -alone. ...

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 — 26 August 1904

. . ' : . . . . , . . . ! . ' .I't'j" : ' ! ' ; , , . : , ; : " ' " ' . . . . . . > ' . . . " , ' 'J " , { I . ' ' r . . . . . . 'r' , August 26 1904 U-W ILLS : loll Y T1t11SU1VL . _ ' , . " , . STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF The Southeastern Nebraska Building and Loan Association. I i OF AUBURN NEB. . ON THE 30Tl DAY OF JUNE 1904. 1\ \ s ' I ASSH'l'S. ; t li'irst mortgage loans S140,140 82 . Stock loans---------- 1,050 00 I Heal Estate - - . - - - . . - . 7,853 16 i furniture and station. II f i ' cry-------- . station. . 118 45 f' ' Cash----------------- 5,8G822 ! I 1)elinqucnt } interest , t prcmiums and fines 4,580 42 HxpClIscs and taxes paid _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . . . . . _ _ 4,504 74 Dividends paid and crcdited. . . . . _ . . _ . . . 2,635 90 , Real estate sold 011 ; contract _ _ . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ 3,458 25 I Real . estate bought for building site--- . - - . 1,850 00 I ! ' 1.otaL _ _ _ _ - . . . . . . . _ . SI82,059 % I I RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30. 1904 I ....

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 — 26 August 1904

, ' > . . t . . $ . . . . . is 'T SIXTEEN L KILLED I I ' BESIDES THERE IS A LONG LIST OF WOUNDED. - 1 \ A GREAT LOSS OF PROPERTY 0 > A Destructive Gale Tears Down the Valley of the Mississippi at St. Paul . and Minneapolis-Losses Foot Up Into the Millions. ST. PAUL , l\Ilnn.-Deatil to sixteen persons and destruction to property , both private and public , estimated at 3,000,000 , r do on a screeching gale which tore down the valley of the MIssissippI at about 9 o'cloclt Satur- day nIght from a point somewhere near the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi " 'rivers near Fort Snelling. At about that poInt the fury of the elements seemIngly di vided and , with n roar , descended upon the twin clUes and their envi- rons. Of the losses , St. Paul Buffered to the extent of about $1,000,000 , 4 Minneapolis Is estimated at $1GOOOOO while In he outsIde distrIcts It is j , feared that 00,000 [ ; will not cover . , the damage done to crops and farm propcrty. BegInning at a poInt b...

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 — 26 August 1904

. , , * T" ' 1P' ; ' ' . ' ' . ' 'I""IJ"I'i' 'I [ P'T' " . " < " ; " ' ' " ' ' ' ' 'I , ' j' f . - . , I , " , . . . . . , . . \ ) . - " ' ' August 26 I9U4 . 'l'J-i.L \ l ' ' } \.LLS Cli Y'TKfl3U1VL : ° , -1 -r ; j . . . . , t. J' . . . LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ' is visit- Jessie Santo of Arag'o - ing"at thc honk ofher sister , Mrs John Maj urns. George "Tert of St. Joseph is I , visiting in this city. o C. Johnson and wife returned from St. Louis Monday. Mrs. P. S. Heacock is visiting ' left this city ' in Denver having 1 Tuesday aftcrnoon. Nellie Gandy returned to her home in HumbolcH thc first of thc weck. r Pay 1Je\Vald rcturncd Tuesday from a weck's visit with relatives I in l esc1'\'e. Miss Shultz returned Monday f from au cxtcndcd trip in the cast. Jean Boyle came down from : ' Pawnee City thc first of thc i l wcck. ; Frank Marvin .rcturncd from : leis ranch 'l'ucsla S. V. Stewart and wife arc i visiting with the parents of thc i latter In this city. I Joseph Geiger returned fr...

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 — 26 August 1904

' . TICKLE 'f GRASS . + BY . ! . BYRON WlLLtAt15 f Ii' . . , The Suicide of Swallow. * . . . . Swallow was a "native. " Who ho was or from whence he came , none assumed so prehistoric a knowledge. v Like 'rops , he had "just happened , " away back in the dim , misty pioneer days of Higby , then a mere trading post , now a great city of meat strikes and cosmopolitan qUllrtel's t4 That is why all the newspaper hays know Swallow , knew him a8' a bril- liant but erratic disciple of special assignments - signments , apt to be flush today , a panhandler to.morrow , a man with an abused past and an uncertain In- tore made more vRclllating because of the "dope" habit. Many and many a time he had been counted down and out by the i gang , hut he rOSe up smil- Ing , like Truth , uncrushed-but hun- Irv. . - And then Swallow developed a toboggan - L , , boggan gait. The first of the month ' . : had found him the possessor of a I ; "cow.choklng wad , " as the slang par- iP : . lance of the club r...

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 — 26 August 1904

r ; I ' . . . . . ' , . ' . ' . ' ' " r 26:1904 : : : . . ' : I ) .1 \ August . . . 26 , 1904 un _ _ _ _ _ 'THE - FALLS . CITY TRB NE _ . _ _ _ . _ " ' , M M , r ' . ' ; . FRESH BARGAINS J _ . - i WE ARE NOW SHOWING NEW GOODS IN , MANY OF OUR DEPARTMENTS - ! _ _ . , -"r-- ' L 1 .III m t NEW WOMEN'S TAILOR rIADE SUITS , J I I , NEW DRESS SKIRTS NEW DRESS GOODS ; :1 : . I . NEW SILKS NEW WASh GOODS NEW RUGS NEW CURTAINS' I J w J' f NEW YARNS NEW LINENS f EVERYTHINIG I . NEW ! I ; . . . . . . . , " " " " " " " - " ' = -0:0" : ' < . . Ladies will do a favor to us by calling and inspecting , these new . . ) " ' . goods. V . G LYFORD ; ' . - ! ; ; , : - - - - , i Three Days Picnic. ' For a wonder the elciucnts were hind to \IR for thc three days pic- I trio and only once did it look as I through rain would interfere with the p1'Og-ram. Crowds hcg-an to t come in early Tuesday morning ; and by thc time set for the pa- ; rade , thc streets were lined with - natured an enthusiastic and go...

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 — 2 September 1904

' ! f " - _ : : : t. , . w'4w . . \ \ # . < . t/ , , , . ' . ' . . . . " . . . , , " " , ' \ . , . . -.t.I ! . : . . ' . , , . ; . , " . : : . , . . . . . " , . , ; ! " " ' . - : . ; " ' ! ' ' , . . -r : < " .7"'IT ; ' , ' . , . . , . . . . " . : ' ' , " . . . , . \ . ' , ' 1 : i ' , . d..O : : . . , . . " . , . ' . \ ' . , . , / . - . . - " - ' , - . . . - . . 4 ' ' 4 , \ : ' i j'aIIci ribnn , a . . _ _ _ . . I. . , ' : ' t. : VOLUME I. FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 2 : 904. ' NUMBER 35 ; : : ' ' " " ' n ( , . . . . , , jri- ; . . . . : : : f - LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ' , , . " " ; " . . : . - - - - \ : ' , , , , , ' : : ' ; " ' ! ) . Jake Miller is visiting friends ' ; , ' : ; . in this city. ' : . - , " " : ' , ' - 'H. H. Birch of Shubert was in . < ' , . ; . ' . , , I . ; .i. . " this city ' \Vednesda ) ' . \ . , " . . ' . . , \ . , , . ' , -r' " : " < , L' Jr" , Lon McLain of Auburn spent ; . " , < t . . . : , " : , . Sunday in this city. . ' . " I. . ' ...

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 — 2 September 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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