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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 September 1904

t falls City Tribune ! ! , BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING co. FALLS CITY . , NEBRASKA ! ' - - - . , . . . . , . . . Love Is the greatest thing , In the world , but It has Its Lll'Ilwbr.cls when the loved ono pawns your jewels ! without notifying you III advunce. Marie Drclsler , the actress , hat adopted one of those "Incuhntor 1m hlell j" ; und her press agent will now have something substantial to work on. The new Rolland flying machine costs but l ' $10. Glad to see these little mf7lern conveniences gradually get tlllg down to within $9.99 of their actual vnluc. A suit agaInst Armour for $1,200" ; I I 000 Is sold to bo a friendly netlon. ' 1'heI average mnll would tnlo Il UII unfriendly ' friendly , to say the least , to ue sued for 11 million. An irreverent contemporary de scribes society as "moving along to' ward Saratoga. " Those poker chip ! and "Saratoga chips" wlll scion be i moving along alao. _ - "J'ho birth of the czar's son III expect ed to weaken the influence of Pohyed onostlJ...

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 — 9 September 1904

' i . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE " September 9 , 1904 . . . - - - - - f . . , , . ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL. . . . " ' ' King's for Drugs. . ' , . . , King's for Hammocl . . ' . ' . New Perfumery at City Phar- . . " 'r..t ' . 7.f' , _ - mac" . . .1 ' " ' " . . = r ' . " ' \ , . Don't you hear the school bell . . , . . ringing ? a . . , rr : . . Paint and Wallpaper at Dr. , McMillan. . . " ' ' 1\1rs. O. J. McNall was in St. . oK ' " . . . . . ; Joe 'l'uesday. \ Roy 1141111 of Verdon was in this , . . . . . . 1 . f. city 'rucsday. . ; " . - ' Miss Sue Gehling is visiting . . , , ' . ' < ! : ' . , friends in St. Joe. . II' , I u Louis Brisby of Shubert was in . . . . " the city \Vedncsday. . ; , . . " , " 1\1rs. C. H. Marion is the guest . . . . of Hiawatha friends. 1\11' LeBlanc of Rule was a " ' . " > Falls City visitor Monday. . i. Ambrose Parsons was down ' -f : > . " from Verdon e(1nesday. . . Ona 'fimmerman ref urned to . . Stella Tuesday afternoon. , ' . . . , Frank Stowell spen...

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 — 9 September 1904

. _ . . _ - _ _ . 'FIGHT CONTINUES I I , I ftESUL , HOWEVER , ARE AS YET II t UNKNOWN. , RUSSIANS STUBBORNLY RESIST Indications ' that the Russians are In a mOlt Serious Position Thrown Into rut Confusion as They Attempt to Hurriedly Cross the River. - ' - ' at Llno Yang 'rOKIO-'J'ho lighting ! . was contnuel1 until a late hour Tl1m'8I I day. It I ( was resumed at dawn Frll1a ' . I The fate of the great hlllle or the retreating - treating Russian army hinges upon the bravery and fortitude of Its left ' nank. Befoul falling hack General Kuropnl- kin Intended that his left to the eastward - WArd and northward or Line Yang should . be greatly strengthened In the hope of checking General Kurol\l's advance - vance ! around his fianTt and to protect his line of retreat and communcation . The greatest part of this protecting force seems to have been massed In I the neighborhood of Helyhngtai ! twelve t t I miles northeast of Lllto Yang . where it was fiercely assaulted by General Kmokl at ...

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 — 9 September 1904

- . I , . . . . . . " : ; , : - ; ; : . . . . . . . - . - . . . . . . . - . . . . . . " 'fl1. .J'I X. , ! / , . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - ! ' l . : ; .r.l,1 l ; : . . . li ; , ' l " , , , . : l i' t ! . 1.1 ' . ' . . / 1 r ' I W''I11 'I/ / , IJ. i . . C' i , f / , ; ! J./ . : fffi fW . \1/1'/.1' I .I.z , 1.1/1.l'/ 'I/II .l"/lnl. . . . : : " . . _ . . . . . . rd ! Forgetting / the Salt. H fs a very easy matter to forget to snit the crows , as every person that has had the care of dairy cows ImoW Many 11 farmer realizes : the need of the animals for snIt and Intends to give them saIL at regular Intervals. Frequently he docs not awake to the fact that the cows aro' not getting . enough salt till he notices n lint fresh tnsto In the milk , and he at once coil' nects this with the absence of snlt. This flatness Is supposed to ho the only detriment to the non . salting of the cows. nut tests made at different times show that the volume of the milk Is decreased by this withhold...

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 — 9 September 1904

, ) . J' September 9 tgu4' 'I 1-f L ALLY Cll y. 11 < .lUld1\J L , J . . - ' I. . . . . I > " , - CURIOUS PEOPLE. t " 1'r , . A float Curious Collection of Living , , . - lIumn.n Beings. I . , . Probably the most extraordi- J nary collection of strange human . ' : " beings , ever seen together since , .tf'j : . ' . the creatIon of the world is the , : ' . P < . : stupendous one now with that k . ' Y' ' wonderful atnttsenletit institution , ' , , ; " the Barnum & Bailey Greatest Show on Earth. It is almost a ; . . t' certainty that : Noah never had . . their prototypes in his Ark , nor r ' . for that matter can their duplicates - " cates be found in any country to- ; " . day. Among this curious and ' " ' : ' most remarkable gathering is the I , . < . . : , : : bearded lady , who , besides . possessing a fine. long' silky ! . ' . b2ar(1 and moustache , has a head ' .4 of hair which reaches to the . . . . . _ : , / ground. The Hon-faced boy has ' t been likened to ' a sk...

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 — 9 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
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 September 1904

. \ " " . - i. , ' ; ' S ptcmber" t gU4' . \ - , + ' .ileu } ; r\LLS CIT y : 1' ' " iU ± L m . , : . ' " J. , - : j . . " t . ' : , . . " _ _ _ _ . _ ' - ' 1 . . - . - \ ; : , . . , " , , t ' ' , , . . ' ' , 'i'1tq . . : i1lJU ; ; : I' kUI. r. if . . . . . ' . ; : ; ; T'I1 ' . . 'R1Vt'U ! .l..LJ . J j . " . ; , : : : ' . ; : ; ' . . . . . . , ' PuhlIshcd Every 1riday at t : ; ; " ' < , ' r . , _ ) li'ALLS. CITY , NEBRASKA - , " , . , \ ' : - jooM - ' ' - : ' , . . " ' 7 " . , J' B r , t1 . ; . . ' . . ' TRIBUNE PUBLISHn CO , ' / ! ? ' r. . i ; , : ; ' _ 'J. . J" < : : : _ ; ElIlcrcd as secol1d.cla 'maU.er-Jal1l\- ; \ . , . ' . , . : ' , } -z" ; . . airy 12. 190 , lat the post officett Falls , , \ a . " . 'x.\'I- . . . _ - City , Neb. , underthe Act of Congress ! i ; , : . : , ' . , of : o.tal'ch , 1879 - " e ; _ . . . - - - - - - - - . L . , " . ' " , . , "J " . . . \ ; ONE : . DOLLAR PER . YEAR , . , . .t.1'\ : ' ; . . . i ; . t 'rclcpUone No. 22(1. ; , . . . . . ' . . / ' . ...

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 — 9 September 1904

- - - , .N III I ul .M ! Ur'Sl/Lf.lIIIIIff ' / : ! &II4fJHtIlJ ! l I. . , , . WIN , - THE ' ; DUNMOWFLITCH. . " I - Couples Who Never Quarreled Reward- ' ! ' , ed According to Custom. i , I' # SIr Reginald Fltz - Walter , lord of I 1 \ the Manor of DunU1ow , In the reign of n I Henry III. , originated the bestowal of : the Dunmow Flitch on happy couples who have foyer \Jnrl'cled. ) \ Tim trial at the cllllmnnts hy " 11 jury of maidens . ons and bachelors , " Is always a great event. The counsel , "corrcclly" at- tired In wig and gown , took their scats , and the judge , In red robes , was n . . _ _ l8 . I IOsNS ? / ( ii M c ' * & v / , V114 ! L I4f 1I - - - . I / GLAI NIA H'rs t I . . i t : f Dunmow Flitch Claimants. gorgeous and solemn personage. Mr. I , and Mrs. Christopher Holford , of Put- ney , whitehaired and happy faced , had been married for twenty-eight years with no'er a quarrel or a wry word , "and shared. each other's gladness anti shed each other's tears. " The ...

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 — 9 September 1904

. r ' f'f . . - . . iiii "i" " _ . , . . . . . . . . . . .t't' \ , 't' ) . , ' 't'j' : ) : - ' ' \-j' : " : ' : . , ' " Hf ' ; ' , : i ( _ , I. . . . UJ. " " " " ' . , . ' ' 1 ! ! < " ' " _ 3 " \ , . ' : If'- ' . " * . ; ' : ' . If'A Cucumber Grew ! ' " . , .A green cucumber grow where dews ( ' sweet nectar sent , , ; Wherein a garden old were odors redo- : . . _ lent ! ' 'The sunlight kissed time vine , the earth , \ . . Its , succor lent , moonbeam , beam shafts were blent- r ' ; : . : 'Thus this cucumber grew to girth or , , < . wondrous spun ; 4 ' ; .Twas plucked und sold at last to 1\11' ' ' ' - . . Dagoman. . ' " : \.0\ , . . . 5" . : 1- , : : : " 'The peddler peddled long and solll It to . " . ' < \ " Jim Slack ' ' " . ' 'i' ' Who an'll " " di- ° : peeled and ate the "pick" with - . p ; " ; > ' - ' ; r' . 'ers smile and smack- " , ' . ' ' ' ; ' "Twa8 then that pickle green began to 4 j . hump Its bacle ! , , . , . . . . " . . . . a ; . It griped and bucked and gro...

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 — 9 September 1904

--w - . + , ir + - . . . . ao . . . . . . " , . ; , . " A'r. : -r. : ' : : , , . t' " , , : . . . . : : . . . . : . . , . _ _ " . , , ' . . . , \ , . , " , . " , . " . , " t : ' . : " , . . ' . > . . . , . . . _ _ . _ . . .1- , > r . . " . - . : . . . . " " " . / " ) , ' " " ' ' : 1 < \ j . .rt' ; : ; September 9 t904 'n-I ii 1"ALL cny 'n < 'JljUN y. , ' " _ _ ' " , t . { ' ; : ' . j 1I I 1 , Head Nurse. : Miss Benbow of CincinaHi has accepted the position of head nurse at the Mercy hospital. Miss Bcnbow has been in thc largest hospital in Cillcinatti for thc past five years and is one of most skillful nurses in the wcst. Country Attorney. In refering' to the county board meeting ; relative to its action on a reduction of the levy , our esteemed - teemed temporary The Journal - nal says : : " The board consulted the couN'rRv attorney and through him the Attorney Ge n c I' a 1. " With this confession the opinion scems unanimous and the COUN'l'HY Attorney should cease to b...

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 — 9 September 1904

, " - - - ' , , { DARKEST RUSSIA JJV II. GRATTAN DONNELLY I Copyright , 1890. by Street & SmAll rights reserved. : : : : : _ _ . _ _ _ _ . _ . _ er-vlr . . . . . -wr. . . . . " " " . , - - . " " , I . CHAPTER XIV.-Contlnued. - t y' Among the last to emerge were I Alexis and Ivan-Ilda , with the women - . " on , had gone before. In going to the van in which they were to be conveyed to the railway station to begin their long journey to _ . \ the mines of Siberia , Ivan and Alexia passed the conveyance where Ilda sat in company with two other women. ' . They had not seen each other since , : . . ' they had been taken from the office _ , 'I' , of the minister of police , when Ivan , . < tf. , " torn by the soldiers from the arms of , I ; ; ; " . Olga , felt , as ho received a last fare- ' , < , 1 : < well embrace , time hapless girl faint in ' his arms. "Alexis ! " , . " . . ' Hearing the voice , Alexis stopped , and with hint Ivan , for they were Ironed togethcr. " " "Uda ...

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 — 9 September 1904

' . . , . . q x lcasm .oxtauaitz x.zw. r I - : ff f f Septeniber 9 904' ' Tl-m 1"1\LL : : U1 Y ' 1 KWUNt. " ' " ' - , . . . . " . . , ; ' d''f : : " - , I il \ &Hhlillgt0 Falls City , Thursday September t 5 t 904 , I , : ) 1 3 . . I 1 j _ " . , ' I l ( y + I rf . j , . .1 . . , I ' . , . . I \ " . . ' " / ' : , . . . . , l' . . f ' H . ( . . . . .fI ' . ; : . . ' ' . ' - . ' - . . : f . . GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH : . ; ' . . . . . , . . . : ' . , & . . . . . . . ' " ' ; 1i.4 ' : " ' : : t : ' ; ; y "t. : : f ; ' : : .w > ' 3 " Exhibition Grounds End of 2nd Stlreet ' ' : . . I . . . " , , - . I't : _ liL".k.'i.13'T2J.lIl. ; : : ; : . ; . . 1i ! < Lvl i. C ! . i > 2m't . . ' ! rI ' : n\ ; . . . > : n.ZOO..L- . . . , _ . , ' . _ . . . : v-r-.J. . . , . " . . . . . . . . . . - - - - . . - - - - - - . . - - - - - - - - - - - . - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . - - . - - TI-IE ONLY CIRCUS EXHIBITING IN ! NE\V YORK . Coming undivided just as it gladdened the Nations Pvc...

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 — 9 September 1904

it ( 11 _ Saved by Qad Spe1i ! fag ' 11 " " "I ' t' e Co ] , Artemus Leo of Templeton , one , of the most estimable citizens or northern Worcester county , n man imperious . ' : : porious ' and qulcl.tempered , who had 'boen apt to have his own way In the , " "I.4W' ' - , ; Jregion where he dwelt ; and not very , i 'flllng to give up to anybody \ , employed . ' , . , = ' played Senator Hoar once to bring suit , i' ' for him against the town of Temple- , : , ton to recover taxes which ho claimed had been illegally assessed and col- lected. The senator says in his autobiography - biography : : [ . " , "Ho was a man whose spelling hud . ( ' . , ' , been neglected in early 'outh. Aid- - , . . : . ' , : rich was for the tOWl1. All the facts ; , . ' ; , . i , . : , : showing the Illegality of the assess ' , . ' , monk , of course , were upon the town , : . ' : . , . . " , records. So we thought If the parties . : . . : , ; " met with their counsel we could : " ' , , , agree upon a stateme...

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 — 9 September 1904

. . . , . s .c. . w. , . . . , - - - ' " . < . . . .wU C " ' _ , . ' . - , . . r + " afM . . . , - . : : ! . TY.rSTnL + + _ ' _ . , . . IdtlAF4RF . . _ . Y . . . - . . ' . - - - - - . . . . ' . . . . _ . . , _ _ _ , , . ' . ! . ' > . , , M1RFws.'o . . r . . . . . . - . . I . . _ . ' - - : ' . - ) . . . - - - - - 1Id , . _ j 1 I i . . ' I E September THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 9 , 1904 , , . . . _ - - ' . ' ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . :1 : Correspondence News of the County as 1'oht'hy Ou Special Correspondents , I Ohio. I : f i Mary Dodds went to Peru last : I Saturday to attend school. : ; t O. A. Burk and wife spent a : ! few da'l ' ; in Rube last week. ! ; Mr. Zook and wife were pleas- ant visitors at E. Pecks Sunday. ' Esta Stouder and Sadie Peck ' ; spent Sunday with Maud Mc- , Cann. l\lr. Leshcr of Ohio is enjoying a visit with his sister Mrs. Dave Yoder. E/.L' Peck and wife spent Sun- day with \Vm. Molder and family in Falls City. N. Peck , wife and daughter spent Sunday...

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 — 9 September 1904

1 l' rf TWO BIG ARMIES ! ( NOW LOCKED IN A DEATH STRUG GLE FOR SUPREMACY. THE SECOND DAV'S CONFLICT Nearly Half a Million Men d In i1 Battle That May Mean a C.'ur.h. " : ' ) , . . . Ing Defeat for One Side or the ' Other , - S'l' PETERSBUHO-Wllh the knowledge that the Russian and Jap 1 "nese armies about I.lao' Yang are I t locked In death struggle ] the tension In St Petersburg lEI' strained 10 the I utmOfit. It Is believed here that the I fight cannot stop short of the crushing . Ing defeat of one side or the othct' All reports so far arc favorable to thn Russians , though the suspension at nil news for many hours has been exceedingly trying ! and has given rise to several ! rumors , somewhat tempoI" 'ng ' , the earlier cnthuslaHm It II stated officially , however , that the report ' port that the railway and telegraph have been cut north oC Llao Yang Is 1. untrue A member of the general staff said ! to the Associated Press at midnight : f , "I I can assure you that up to this hou...

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 — 9 September 1904

. . September 9 19u4 II-IE FALLS lll Y lKlJSUNE : - 11uinboldt. Grace Vcits is visiting relatives in loldrcg'c. Chester Power was up from SL . , Joe Sunday. En1ma I ! rattle rcturncd to her home in { Juincy , 111. Carrie JIasncss is spcnding a two weeks vacation at homc. J. Ir. 1 Ford is entertaining his two brothers from \Vavcrty , 111. Col. HardingHcnry IL 1p'r ; arc taldng" treatment at the Sycaniorc w Spring's. hy Dcnnis has been visiting friends in Pawnee count ) ' the past wcek. George SCg"rist and wife left 'rttesla ) ' for a weeks visit at the worlds fair. John lorchca l was up front Falls City on business the latter part of the wcck. \Irs. l dna Cooper has rcturned from a two months visit with relatives in Colorado. Arthur Upland left this week for Alberta , Canada and 111ay dc- cid" to rcmain thcrc. Sidney and ILizzieVliitehead i of 'l'eculllsch were guests over last Sunday of the Rice famil } ' . School opened i\tontla5' morn- ing" with a larger attendance than last year ...

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 — 9 September 1904

r rf . , \f .r k1l \ : t " . COULDN'T LIFT TEN POUNDS - T Doan' Kidney Pills Brought Strength + \ and Health to the Sufferer , Make Ing Him Feel TwentyFIvs Years Younger. , / ma'r J. B. Corton f rr r arm rand lumberman , of " Deppe , N. C. , ) I 'U. " I' J says : "I suffer. I " ed for yearn with my back. It was 80 bad r' I that I could not I , walk any distance . , \ , ' tance nor even 'b ride In easy . J. ii. CUNTON buggy. I do t aaot believe I could have raised ten pounds of weight from the ground , the pain was so severe. This was my condition . dltlon when 1 began using Doan's Kld ney P11ls. They quickly relieved mo . and now I am never troubled as I was. My back is strong and I can "alk or ride a long distance and feel Just as strong as I did twenty.five years ago. I think so much ot Doan's Kidney Pills that I have given a supply . ply at the remedy to some of my : y neighbors and they have also found :1 ' . . . - abed results. It you can sift anything from this rambling note 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 — 9 September 1904

_ _ " " _ - 'M _ W"-U' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' _ _ _ " _ , .4 > _ _ L ! oI : > .II : J. . . . . . . u , _ , " , ' . ' " " , _ , _ _ " " , , _ . . _ . . _ . _ . . . . . . _ . . _ _ - . _ . . _ _ . . _ . . I . ' 'Ie. . . , , . . . , , " " " ' J" T".r' ? - September 9 , 904 . TI-IE 1 _ FALLS _ _ CITY TRIBUNE . I , . - . : : : " . , { t r' ' . _ . _ _ _ _ . - . . _ _ . . _ . . _ _ . . _ _ . _ _ _ _ a _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . _ _ _ _ . . . _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ ' " " ' .010" , . ! FALL STOCKS COMPLETE - , " - . _ 'M ' \ ' , - - - ! fI. We now offer the largest and most complete assortment of Dry r . - Goods , Women's Ready to Wear Garments , Carpets , Rugs , Hats and i Caps ever presented to the people of Falls City and vicinity. We han = . die nothing but high class , reliable merchandise. We buy under the , . ' most favorable conditions and sell at figures that are in harmony , , ' f with values. We give you an absolute guarant...

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 — 16 September 1904

" \ , , \ ; - , o " \-f' 'I" , , , . " " . ) " - . . ' " -'I . { Y" . ' : ' iI"'I iI" , ' , : : ' ' \ , - . ' * , . . . I : ; . atht ahI5ititj1 tributit. : , , . , - , _ _ _ _ - - - - - " - \ . , , , . " ' M. , VOLUrYIE I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1904. NUPII3LR 37 - - , _ : ; , : : . . Meeting of the . . , ' , , ' , - . Roosevelt Club " , . . . ' Pursuant to thc call issued by . . . . thc presIdent , members of thc Roosevelt club met at thc court . . hodsc Tuesday cvcning. The meeting was called to order by Prcs. Yo E. Dorrington who _ stated that thc object , of the meeting was to make arrangements , - men ts for the big time we are to - ' i"J : have here on Friday September 23 ; when Uncle Joe Cannon , Speaker of the lower house of . . , 'I Congress , and Hon. J. E. Watson of Indiana would 'Je here to speak on the political issues of the day. , w And that further business was , the appointment of the several " . . 2 - committees which will be , nec- ' " ' ' ssary ...

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 — 16 September 1904

I y A .L THE LAND BRIG , ENDEAVOR. - English Boys Taught Seamanship . Without Going to Sea. 'rho advantages resulting from the j .lHC of training ships for the Instruc- tion and mnJntennnce of pauper boys , (0 ( which the local government hU/lrll'S recently issued circular to the London . .poor law guardians draws attention , inspired a newspaper representative to visit the brig Endeavor at Feltham 9chool8 For ; more than thirty years this land vessel has been used to teach industrial school boys searnon ship , and Its record of good service . \ - 4 z , LX _ 't a - . . _ . - . . -.1 , . . . . . . . : : . L- : . . ' : - . . - ' : : : . . . ' . " ' . : ; ' : ' ' ' has justified what was at first thought ! 11 daring Innovation. The crew oC the Endeavor selects that department of the school hy their own choice , and with the consent of their parents All the lads at the Felt- z ; hum school have been sent there by the J.ondon county magistrates and i the material thus differs to some ext...

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