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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 September 1904

t. . f September 2 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE f n. t ? : : ! 1 : . . : : , Vn.d - : . . .y , , , , : r .tf A Jk. : : ! \t \ tM : t. , ; ; rJ'l ! : y . , : s ) O 7 7 . . : . : .7 7 7 " .7 . . - . ; .7 " . r 7 - : \ ; . .7 I'f " . TIle Great State of Kansas = = the Agricultural Woiidet of the Word ! ( Lincoln County is its Center and is now Attracting ' the Attention , of tlonle Builders and Investors. , ' . ' : _ . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , Lincoln county is centrally located and i'l i right I - in , ' the heart of the corn wheat and alfalfa belt of thc state , the seasons are as sure and regular as those of. . Nebraska , the pastures consist of a luxuriant growth 5 of - blue stcm , and one acre is worth about four of west- ' ern Kansas or Nebraska. The I alfalfa will average 3 iiJ , or 4. crops per season and the seed crop has been ' paying - _ ing S 15 to $ 20 per a , Lincoln is the county scat of , Lincoln county and is the best town in the state of its size. It has a population of...

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 — 2 September 1904

The girl with naturally curly hair III the only one who gets full enjoyment . . ment out of nn ocean dll ) . i . . . . , Don't you Itnow that Defiance starch hcsldeH helng absolutely superior to any other , It put up 16 ounces In IHlck- ages and sells at Mme price nR 12- ounce packages or other kinds ? A man may often thank his lucky stars that t ho can't take the woman wilD 18 presented ) to him. Storekeepers report that the extra qunntity , logetlH'r with the superior quality or Dennncc Htnrch makes Il next to Impossible to sell any other hmllli. r ' steam Turbine for Pump. The steam turbine principle has been adapted to a centrifugal high. pressure IJurnp. The action III reversed - versed , however the water entering at what would be the exhaust end , gradually ; accelerating as It passes throu'gh ' the several fixed and movable . blo vanes , until It acquires a high velocity at what would ordinarily be the outlet end. - - - - Irrigation In Kanus. Great state , Kansas ! Thorn Ie ...

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 — 2 September 1904

. . ' " September 2 19U4 ' 1l1 1 1LL Li1 1 11113 U l'J L - - - . . . - - . - LOCAL AND PERSONAL. I . ( - -'j Re\ Pougeon enjoyed the t" privilege of addressing two large . . ( . audiences in the Christian church last Sunday. In the morning he used for his subject-"Life , , . , . telling about the difference in the . ' \ l ; meaning of the word under thc . . . " Old and New dispensations " In t 1 ' > , the evening hc addressed a'cry , .I. . large crowd , using for his subject . . . , - " = Jesus and Thc HiJ rIot. " He . - told his hearers that they should . J" bc like Christ was when the accusers - . , . cusers were arraing.ing this ' woman ; Christ was so indifferent - as to their accusations that Hc . . - wrote : in thc sand while they pre- - . . scanted their story. As a people " . " ! . we arc too prone to listen to scan- dal ; and not 'only listen to it , but I" _ actually help in spreading it. : \Vc pray to the Fathcrof Mercies " . - . . . . _ to bc merciful to us , while wc...

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 — 2 September 1904

. fails , "City Tribune - . BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. FALLS CITY - - NEBRASKA , - . , - . . . - _ . , - - - " ' " ' - " - ' - - - Mary Anderson positively declines ] to give any readings In this country Probably prefers ) tu read between the lines oC her hushand's checl < bool < . Auto smashing may yet become as thrilling ntlll popular ) ) a pastime In the cast nH Is h\'oncho hunting lu the wild west : and HOlJlowhnt more expensive. - - In the accidents : from overturned boats the most frequent offender 18 the young lIIan. The hand that rocks the cradle hI too sensible to rock the IJOat. - - - - - In Georgia a white man has been caught stealing { chickens Crolll n cler gymun. And yet Homo people ) ) say that the colored mau's Influence Is as naught ! . Women cannot , It appears ) ) , become mail carriers without wearing "pants " The women will nol ho much blamed If they look In other dlrectlcns for cmllo 'l11ont. - - - A "llrolllom pla ' " has been written to show III' lho dri...

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 — 2 September 1904

' " Pr I - . . I ( September 2 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . L ' j , . ' . ' - . I , , ' " . , . . Coming to Falls City , Thursday September 151904 , . I. J . 'h . : ' { " 't . . W\ \ ) > ' . , , 1 . . . ' ' . ' ' : r' : . . . " . . " ( tI lI N , , , . ' . I .t. 4' ! . . . 'f. ' 1 , .1 , . , ! ) ' ' 1. m , r.J ! lI2 : ' ! ' . _ . . . , - . = - t . ' , . . \ , : ' f GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH Exhibition Grounds End of 2nd Street , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , 1Iih 7 ; F. . . [ i' D-11 . & Ji" : - - " " " ' THE ONLY CIRCUS EXHIBITING IN NEW YORK I . " Coming undivided just as it gladdened the Nations l\-Iet. , _ . 'ropolis. Containing numberless marvelous attractions which . : only this Institution can present. . . . . . . t Six Sublime , Surpassing , Superb , Sensation Surprises . , ' Production of the Gorgeous Delhi Dunbar , Just as the . ' ' " Grand Ceremonial Pag...

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 — 2 September 1904

THE EASTERN WAR I I THE FALL OF PORT ARTHUR I SEEMS NOW IMMINENT. i - REPORTS OF 'CORRESPONDENTS Japs Are Now Within Main Defenses and Their Guns Command Town--- : Capture All Outlying Fortifications. I 1.0NDON-'rho Chronlclo'H' correspondent ' EIIOIlIlent with General Iurol l , cab- ling under date oC August Z4 . , via Fu- san , August 21i , says : 'rho fall of Port Arthur Is Immlnenl. The Japanese . ese are now within the main defenses and their guns command the lowu. Desperate fighting occurs night and day and the losses on both sides are enormous. 'rho Russians are making curious counter attacks , but the Japanese are clinging to the positions they have won at so great n. cost. " LONDON-'rho Dally Mall's Kobe correspondent , In n dispatch dated Saturday last , says : "li'ollowlng Is mho position of Port Arthur : The Japanese have captured all the out- .lying fortifications , but the Russians still held the citadel on Antcshau , Golden Hill forts and the forts on 1'Iger's Tail an...

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 — 2 September 1904

r ! 1 , ) ' ; I , 1i 1 II I I i I , I I : ? ' , j ; , . . I ? \ , , I . . ; . . ' , " . . . .1 i " . > . . j I , , " , ' . : / I j , I . 1\1II \ ' , , . . , \ o , , : I ' " . : . , j' . J c- i I ' [ I . . . . . . J I , q I , , , . . , . a . . . . ( , ' - - . . . ' . . . , . " ' 4 ; . . ' , " . . . , . . . . , , JJ J i A. J . " . " < - ( I 1 . r - " ' " . . - - ' ' " , . . { . , ' . September 2 19U4 r , . , : . ' T1-i1 ' : FALLS : : : Ul'1 ' Y ' 1'K11S U 1VL " , - - . - . . i' . ; ' " . - . , / ' . . . Thirty Days .in Jail. The patience of the owners of carriages in our city , and of the ' .A , country people who come here to trade has been sorely tried for a . , . , " ' " . long while by petty theiving f . , . , . ; y ; from carrIages when hitched to idown town -hitch-racks , but at ' last retribution has ! bc2n administered - . . , , " ' : . " " . ministered to a bunch of these ' - depredators verifying the state- , . . . . . . . , , , l.-\- \ ; : ' : - .ment , " that the law...

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 — 2 September 1904

l . - - - - , J iLNousluY t > Over the Iron I Trail. Outwit 11I\(1 \ ( oulwllrll on wings of steam Over the Iron trail While the hills and valleys drowse and dream WIlh n greeting loud and Imle , , The hosts or endeavor journey fast AIIII earth grows rich with 1\ln- While the room for the soul grows stilt more vest ( In , the taco oC the I'c1'lIIo 1111\In ' Fur the trains that speed all the golden West Curry the ages thllro- The ! love that fashioned the plowshare hest p Tine good that makes lICe fair : And with every thought that Corms a thing With every deed that Is done , The notes or mall'a new song aU ( rIng And n victory glad III won , There Iff knowledge . to save the toiling hand , Fine art to pleasure the eye , And Increasing chance for the faithful 11111111 Who , yearning , try nllll try . Tile poor grow braver , the , , rIch more , kind , There's ; a growing love or love , 'l'horo It saner trust in each creed defined - IIncll- A hope all hope nbo\'c. 1'herc'3 1bit less...

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 — 2 September 1904

. . . . . : , "f . . , I D ARK EST R U S S I A - ' ; - . ' I1Y II. GUATTAN DONNELIY. 1 Copyright , 18g6 , by Street & Smith ' All rights reserved. _ _ _ _ _ _ ct. . : : : : _ _ _ _ r - . " ' : - " ' 1 " , er-vUII uwv. , , G"u'S' . . , ' : : : . " ' "f CHAPTER I.-Continued. . - . . ( . . He turned to Rndaloff and was , : : .t. about to speak when a servant 1\11' ; iii " : ' reared. "An Imperial messenger . : ' : seeks immediate audience with the _ minister of police ! " . Karsicheff turned pale. t ' Nicholas , deeply agitated , placed , r . " his hand on his mother's arm. , Katherine , with an undefined dread Q. . . of something , breathed heavily in con f' vulsive gasps. , . ' . Another second and the imperial . : messenger entered the rOOI1l. Going . . ' , I directly to General Karsicheff he " ' handed him a large envelope of an rF { . r ominously official appearance. . The minister , taking the envelope ' ; : - tore it open with feverish anxiety , and I , , , : " ' ' : ' with ...

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 — 2 September 1904

1"e. 1 . . - - - - . . . _ " " ' - ' - - , , September 2 I9U4 . - - - THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Every Friday at li'AIA4S l CITY , NEBRASKA By TRIBUNE PUnI4ISHING CO , Entered l aH HCCOIHI-class matter , Janu" ary 12 , 1904at thc post ol1lccat Jo- < ails City , NeW , tinder the Act of 01lgrcss of l\Iarch' 3 , 1877. _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ONE DOLI4AR PER YI AH Telephone No. 22 ( , . _ _ - _ REPUBLICAN TICKET. i For President , 1 'l'hcodorc Roosevelt , N. Y. 1.'or Vice President , . . , m ClmH. W. 1.'alrha1l1s , 111(1. Presidential NlcctOl's- I . " .A. Barton , Pawnee A. C. Smith , Douglas A. C. Abbott , Dodge 1" 14 Non-aI , Seward . , , ' .P. hall , Phelps - 1\1. A. Browlr , Buffalo j , n. II. Wilson , r4tUeaster . J. C Robinson Douglas Governor--------------- J. 11. Mickey Lieutenant Governor- g , G. M'G mon Secretary of State ---------A. Galusha Auditor------------- E. 1\1. Scarlc , JI' 1'rcasurcl.----- . _ _ - Petcr Mortensen w Superintendent------- J. 14. i11'Br...

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 — 2 September 1904

r ; . , t . BUT THREE FORTS , - , " \ . THAT IS ALL THE RUSSIANS SE CURELY HOLD. i HERE ARE OTHERS OCCUPIED j I . ' But Owing' to Heavy Artillery Fire ! , I of the Japanese They are Uncer / ' " i taln-Boys are Fighting In Russian J Rank ' i . , - ; CITE FOO-Golden hilt , White Marble and Liaotl mountain , according . 1 Ing to Chinese advices , dated the night of August 22 , are now the only - 49maln forts securely held br : the Rtts x o : : . scans at Port Arthur. Others are t occupied by them , but they are subjected . jected to an artillery fire which renders . dp.rs their tenure uncertain. Fort , number five , which has frequently " . been .reported tal.en by the Japan .1 ese and retaken by the Russians , is l I again declared to be in the hands I of the Jalanese. J A rumor having some points indi- eating authenticity says that the I ! , r new European section of Port Arthur - thur is in flames. Owing to the mud and brick construction of the build- ' , 3 1. , Ings , however , It ...

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 — 2 September 1904

, . _ . _ . _ " . . _ _ _ _ - . t n 1 _ , . .t l ] Lal n _ . . . : . . _ - : : - - : - " ' ' ' ' ' ' - - : - ------\JIIr -"n1.'M"- , : : t , I I j Sept mbcr 2 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE or , 1 , 904 ! 'l904 _ H _ _ _ _ _ _ - , _ _ ; , t , , ; T _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Correspondence \ News of the County ns Told by Our Special Correspondents Ohio Precinct. J. \V. Dodds and N. Peck drove up to Peru , Monday returning 'I'uesdny. G Joe Cu11r and wife visited Sun- I day with 1. Hhoades. 1 J. \V. Dodds and f anll1y were ; pleasant visitors atV. . Pecks I Sunday. ' ' r.lrs.Iaf g-ie Miller \ of Waterloo - \\1 \ \ , lee , Iowa , is visiting wit h her ! narcnts and other relatives for a ( ! few weeks , E. Peck and wife drove down - . to .1\lorl' l , Kas. . last Saturday , \ ' for a few days \'isit. Newt. Camblin and family of I Highland , Kas. , visited at N. B. I Burn worth's Sunday. U Hc\ Stouder I aim wile' spent ' ; Sunday afternoon in Falls City 4 visiting with fricnds. 1 . Davson. Joseph Ogle and w...

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 — 2 September 1904

1 w _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ t I f Mill TIlE WOULD I . . ' BEST : ' WRITgR5 co ; _ _ I tk ; . r IS CRIME INCREASING ? . Whenever a crime or unusual turpi tude is committed , and IH\rticularly I whenever a number of such forbidding . I ding events occur in quick succession , ! We hear much about the "cphlemlc of - . , crime , " accompanied by lugubrious comment to the effect that wickedness is increasing , that It Is outrunning . . V ; . , the growth of population , that the " 't" ' ; , ' : ' ; . : country is rapidly degenerating II ' , " . ; : : ' . ' ' ' ' has become the seWed conviction of „ ' ' ' . ' minds chronically indisposed to look I ' a . , w upon the sunny side of things that the \ : ' _ ' criminal population Is increasing at I i a more alarming rate than at any ' time in the country's history yet no . , prof is at hand to support this pessimistic . mlHtlc view. Penologists arc awaiting trustworthy . worthy and sufficiently c01llprehenslvo statistics ou this Interesting subje...

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 — 2 September 1904

- - - - . - APm'x2Y.9C P. " .TL- i , 1 I ) ,5f:1l l1b' 'a' 2 194 1 H 1- . . FALLS : LI I ) " 1KILLs1. Ii . . . . . ; . . . , . . . T - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' ' - - - , - , - , - - . - I i I ; Fdijcd1iona17eparirneni ; I , b ; . . Cunductrd hy County - Super nrendc-nt Crocker i - . . . , c . Albert L. Sarent hM been s . cct.ed ) princ1ft.y of the Manley . -.c1Jool.JoJ the eusairag ( year. - - - - Pro A. 1) . Larabt e of Preston I va . 1 in f.ft , city 'ruada1. . . - - - - - 'J-be Wtal enrollment of the iin- * titut : 1ts 1M. l4 Jarser. than . fUY prwinusc enrollment. d I Prof. W. H. Johns who wu r. principal c4sf the IJawaon high ; , . tic1iool last Seair Iud ; Mis s JMora : .rJtifcr : : who WiLl princijwl ] of the 9.14 sills ] ' Citx high school last , yea 4will ; ! teach this j'clr/ in the Yort ' ; , h } l i l ,11 , tI.ttOo1. . . - - JIll - - - - - r r August 18th , Crate Abbott , wnffwmrn'tcacl11r in the Hum- , . . " - - hJldt high school year before last , ffcU...

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 — 2 September 1904

- . . , , , ' . ' I. t BACKACHE AND DIZZINESS MO t of the Ailments I'ocullar to the Fernnle Sex I\re nile to Catarrh of i . Pclvlc ; OrERn" . . . - ( l.P- . . " ' 1. - _ .f = , ' MRS. M. BRICKNER. l' 99 Eleventh Street , l , ' Milwaukee , Wla. r . "A short time ago I found my COli- t . ' dltlon very serious , I had headaches , ' pains in the hack , and frequent dizzy spells which grew worse every month. : : 1 tried two remedIes before Perona , ' . . and was dlscourlJfred when I took the first dose , but mJ' cou'sge o returned. In less than two months lilY health was restored.Mrs. . M. . Brickner. , , The reason of so many failures to ' cure cases similar to the above is the f iacttlhatdisenses FEMALE TROUBLE r , peculiar to the . NOT RECOGNIZED , female sex are AS CATARRH \ not commonly I recognized as being eauseil by catarrh. Lo. Catarrh of one organ is exactly the , same as catarrh of any other organ. r What will cure catarrh of the head will also cure catarrh of the pelvic organ...

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 — 2 September 1904

- - _ w _ _ . _ . _ . _ . . 4. . , . . . . . , . . . . . . r September 2 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , , _ . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - LOCAL AND PERSONAL : ' King's for stattonery. , King's for good soda water. Fred Cleveland Jr. went to t Salem Monda ) ' . J. Jellison went to Tecumseh Sunday. Will Moore wasa Lincoln visit- 01'ronday. . Ernest Bode and wife returned from St. Louis Sunday. Ike Lyons jr , rcturned from Denver Saturday. " ' . I : I. 'Vylie stopped in halls City Monday. ' 1' . J. Gist and son went to Lincoln Monday. 'Vm. Howard of Kansas City I was in this city Monday. F \ VI11.Vatl < ns and Hens attended - ed the Lincoln fair 'l'uesday. Stephen Miles left for California - nia thc first of the week. Jim Nau'ler ! and family attend- I ! ed the fair at Lincoln. Si'mund Snacth and wife spent - . - - . Sunday ill i Nebraska City. John Oswald and Jean Cain r were Stella visitors Monday. Ned Stoughton was in Falls City for aJew hours Monday. Mrs. Nell T...

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 — 2 September 1904

, . - \ ' . ; ( , _ LOOKS DUBIOUS FOR - CZAR . J , ' - 1 I . . ; . . . . .Y. i I' ' . ' i 1 n \ . j t : ' O 3 53 3E ' ' 1 \ , I ' 1- 1 1 r , . . - . U ,7t $ , " .274Z' , . . . . . . - - " ; ; HOROSCOPE OF THE CZAR. " t , , " At this time when the eyes and attention - ' : . ; . . tension of the entire civilized world . . . It , , are focused on Russia , the czar and , . ; . his great army in the far east , the . r. horoscope of Nichilas IL should prove of interest , even to those who do not ' " believe that the position of certain : planets about the time of a person's birth has anything whatever to do ; " with the ups and downs of lite . ' The czar was born at St.- Petersburg . I i . . , burg , May ; 18 , 1868. The time of day . was noon , or to get the time down to . astrological nicety at 11 h , 56 m. 14 s , : a. m. , St. Petersbburg time Accords . i s ing to a horoscope published in an : . . astrological magazine called "Des- : tiny , " there were untoward aspects in fhe heavens ...

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 — 2 September 1904

. . . . _ . r. . . . . , . .v . , , , M re.rt-wwv + al.w..xS.atMw't ' .1 F3 f' - \ , I . . \ . . f " . - . , . . . , , , . . . ' , ' . 'IlW. } " , I ' . - " " , " " . : . . . . ' . . . - - - - . . - ' \ ! ! ' \ . . - , r September 2 1904 THE lfALL CrlY 1 < ' 1ljUN . . - - . . . . . . , . . . . . , . . - , . I ; Dress Goods . A complete assortment of fabrics suitable for I ; Dresses , Skirts , Cloaks , in short for all sorts of Wo- mtn's and Children's' "Veal' , is now open ! for your in- spcction. We are. - not satisfied to offer you a few iIJ pieces of staple cloths but display all the new ' Fancies ' I i ' and all colorings in the goods that Fashion decrees are 'I pI'oper. Our prices are based upon a reasonable pof t. ; , Our \ values will be found to . be superior. . , , r _ _ . _ _ -4' . . . . . - - - - - : llr.n . Priestle ' 5 Black Goods Ji Vve take pleasure in offering for the first time a I i large line of Priestley's Famous Black Dress Goods. I > M This make represent...

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 — 2 September 1904

< , \ . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE September 2 , Ig04 J' _ , . ! - . LOCAL : - AND PERSONAL. . . . , ' . , f. ' King's for purses. . "t , - : ; ' Wainer set { s ink. " 1'/ ' . . " - . . . , ' . ' Eat Sowles Candy. . . " . . + ' . . See \Vanner for tablets. : - . : . . , . : \ . \ J ' ; ' . ' Y , , : King's for , croquet sets I ' f . t 4 , ' . . ' 0 G. C. Jennings left Sunday for : . . : ' , " Alliance. " , . . ' . . . . . . . . . " , ; ' . ' - . Books of all kinds at A. G. , ' . . . . ' , War1l1crs. . - . . ' . ' . , . . > . , Buy your gasoline at 'the City r " . " Pharmacy. ' ' ) . " . , , } ; . " " , O. A-ndre\Vs was a Lincoln vis- ! ' : ' , ' f.i. " ' . . .Itor last week x . . ' ' I f . ' ( . \ ' . Dr. F. C. Wiser was a , Rule . "f ! . ' ! " : _ _ ' . . visitor : Monday. ! . : ' > . J' When you need a tablet call at " , > . . r. , ' " . .4f ' , A. \Vanncrs. . w . ' . ' . : ; J Grac : ; Miner returned Friday " * / = ; 'f . > ; ; . from South Dakota. f' . . j , . , " - :...

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 — 9 September 1904

- . . , . .j' ' " t' i r 1' r t L r X j 'aII itt1 uirlbniu. ' , " _ , . " " - ' - - ' - l" : ; ' : ; VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , SEPTE1\'IBER ' 9 , 1904. NUMBER ' 36 f" , " - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - : f - . ' - ' i f' . , , . \ , , ' . , , < . ' ' . lit . . , , , " . . . . / t ( - , , ! 't t ( 1 " ' ; ' . " . . . " - . " , ' . . ' ' - . ' ' , : . ' ; : l ' a . , r , . , . ; - : . . . . r ' 1 , : : , ( t Do You See ? , " t , . , . . I ' ' - , J . j. , { x- : . Some men can see = = but won't. ' " . . ' . . . . , , . : . ' . Some men want to see = = but can't. " : ' , , - , , . I - . ' . . : ' In the struggle for supremacy the . ' . . ; . . , , ' . t'f ' and ' . i' . " < It. ' . ' : can't won't men are inconsequeni' ry tial. \ This is written for the man who . can see = wants to see = = does see. . - The Palls City Tribune , the una . . fraid paper , to January 1st , 1905 , for . twenty cents. ' . Why pay more when you can get I - . the best for less. . . . . ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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