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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 September 1904

NF- . . . , ' , September 16 1904 'IHL 1 ' ALL L.l1 Y ' 1 Kill U N J I , . ' , ' , LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ' ' , , . ( f.1 " j ; , . .jf'Y. . C. Margraveof Reserve was in Palls City Monday. . \Y. H. Morrow came down from . . . . . 'ShuLert the first of the week. , .tt Dr. Rush , diseases of children. George Holt made a business trip to SL Joe this week. H.ev. Alexander left Wednesday . for Osceola , Iowa. g H. E. Lowe of Omaha were in the city \Vedllesday. Lillie Moran and Rose Wolf arc at the Bon Ton for the fall Bea- Hugh Crawford came over from f . ' Hiawatha . . Monday. ' r T. N. Edwards of Stella was this city Monday. , . ' H. P. Rieger of Preston was a . , visitor in this city truesday. i'1 ! . ' Call on Roberts the jeweler for watch repairing. All work guar- an teed. - . . . Roberts , the jeweler has a fine line of vltches , clocks , jewelry , _ . . : . . . . dc. CaB and see - them. ' . Don't fail inspect the bar- , . gain counter at Roberts , the jew- eler. eler.Dr. Dr. Rush tre...

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 — 16 September 1904

_ . . - - . . _ . - ' - ' . - " - - - - . . - . - - - - - " ' . I" . - Negligee With Round Yo ! < e. Tasteful ncgllgecs arc ulllong the tic hirable thlllgs of life of which no woman ever ! yet had too 11Iun ) ' . 'rhla one IH graceful , bet , omlng und simple , wlthlll. :11111 CUll he llllule front II'a' rlelY of matt'l'lall 'rhe round yoke extended 11'eli over ho I shoulders , gives ! the hrOlul IIno of fashion and UIlI Ilollltf "loe't'H 3 talw the Ion ; ; lines I and folds that always are desirable I'hn model II madc of white batiste , Elllt ho t yoke ot allover Vulcllclenn's ) ro banded with narrow folds ot the mat t'rlnl and ! the sleeves edged with i AiW1ci : i 'I . " . ) , S. . ' I' . I " " , . lace Insertion ! , tint the design will be found admlmhle for soft silks and wool fubl'les as w11 as for washable ones , The negligee Is made with full fronts and back ; : , that are joined to the yoke , UJIII wille , full Hlee\'c8 AB Illustrated It Is closed by means of tieR at rlb ...

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 — 16 September 1904

. , , . , ts t ; . . . . t ( ( September 16 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE t ' . , : . Educational Conducted by County Superintendent Department Croc&cr . . Dist. No. 5-Cora Higgins , 'V , ' tcachcr. School opened Scpt. 5 ' . and everything is going niccly. Our school board has ordered us a very nice new book case and wc have a number of new books in thc library. " County Supt. Crocker was call- cd to lola , Kans. , last week on I account of thc sickness and death of his father , - - Dist. No. 4-Jancttc E. Wcllcr i tcachcr-School opened Monday , , Scpt 5 with an enrollment of 8 in thc first grade , 3 in thc third , 4 in the fourth , 4 in thc sixth and 1 in thc sevcnth. Dist. No. I-Mabcl Grecnwald teacher-School opened Scpt. 5th = it r ; with an enrollment of 16. I am well pleased with thc school and . . . . . . _ . : the patrons. The school house . and yard were an ready to begin. Dist. 6S-Lois Spencer , tcacl.- er-School began Sept , 5Vc r . have 11 boys and 12 girls cnroll- L '...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 September 1904

. THE FLEET SAILS - GOES ON ITS LQNG VOYAGE TO THE FAR EAST. THE SHIPS IN THE SQUADRON Four Cruisers and Several Torpedo Boats and Destroyers-To Be Join ed Later at Llban by Twelve Trans. ports. CRONSTAI1 = Thc Baltic fleet \ sailed . ell Sunday for the fur east. The vcs sell or the fleet are the battleships SOIl\'I\I'off , Vice Allmlral Hojes\'ensley's flagship : the Navurln , Sissoi : : I , Vallley , llorollillo , Alexander III I . Orel Oleg and the Oallnblll , Hear Admiral Voel. lwrlHun'H flagship : the cruisers Ad. mlrnl Nalehllllol'r , Dmitri Donsl\Ol , Aurora . rorn und the Ahnll , Hem' Admlrnl En. qulat'll flagship , and several torpedo boats and torpedo boat destroyers. The fleet will merely touch at 1..1. bUll , where It will \ bo joined by twelve transport 8 , colliers and supply ships , already waiting there , find will then proceed direct to the orient. The scene on the departure of the fleet was un Imposing ono. At IIIIWU the first anchor was hoisted on the swift cruise...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 September 1904

I I fit < . , . . ' . - , \ September 16 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , 1904 - ? ! ! / : _ _ n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ d _ _ _ _ . * " " . < LOCAL AND PERSONAL. . iii . " . . . " , . . , , . ' , \ . , " " . " < . A Seff visited Iliawatlia l . .1.fl ' - . " day. . , . . . . , _ , Paint and Wallpaper at Dr. ! ' .1 (1\IcMillan. ' , % i . . . ' f C.II . Marion was it Hiawatha 7 < A : + . , visitor Friday. Emma Keller went to Dawson ' last Friday. , . . . ' " , ! s . . . . . . ' . . - O. Andrews was a St Joseph . , : : . visitor Saturday N. 4- z , ; . l-Iarn' Gardner was a St. Louis - . . . < visitor last wcck. ; , " ' . ; ' . 1\1rs. G H. Parscll returned ft ' emil Omaha FrHIay. i . . . Jini GUrDY and wife arc . visit- iii i in i Clarinda , -Iowa. , _ _ i" . Maud Rcichcrs left Saturday " morning for St. Louis. : . , . : ' . " Rev. Smith made a business " < > < , " ; trio to Hiawatha Friday.- ; ' < " l\iss { Anna Martin is spending . . . : ' ' ' ' . ' a few weeks in Ind. 'fcr...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 September 1904

. . . . . . - - FROM MISERY TO HEALTH , A Society Leader and Club Woman of Ransaa I City Writes to Thank Do"n'o Kidney Pilla for II Quick Cure Mills Nolllo Davis , ot 1216 MiChigan Ave. ' Kanslls Oily , Mo" , society leader and club wean : , writes : "I can not my too much In Jlrr.so ! of 4 Doan's Kidney A Pills , for they er. fccted n cOlllplete cure In n very ri / short time when 1 was suffering frolll ltidney l troubles brought on by a 'old. 1 head severe pains In the back and sick headaches , and felt miserable nil 0\01' A few boxes or Doan's Kid ney Pills made [ we a well woman , without nn ache 01' puln , and 1 feel compelled / to recommend this rollublo rOll1cd ' . " ( Signed ) NgLLIEJ DAVIS. " A 'TRIAL FRI : iI - Address 'oster. \llIhurlt Co. ' llllffuIo , N. Y. For sale hy nil deulers. Pl'lce GO cls. Woman Mountain CUmber. By far the most expert woman mountaineer In the world II Mrs. 'an. 11) Bullock WOI'kUllln In the Itima hlYus she has climbed to nn nlllllldo or 22,568 fe...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 September 1904

I ; . r September 16 1904 ' 1 H L FALLS : : L.ll Y 'I KltlU'J ' . { _ _ ' _ I THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Pub \ pshcd Every Friday at . . FALLS CITY , NLBRASIcA By --'L. , : . TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. , Erlterecl as sccond-class mattcr , Janu- ary 12 , 1904at thc post otliccat Falls ; l i City , Ncb" , under thc Act of Congress , t. , , , - , of March J , 1879. . . j . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR . 'l'elephone No. 226. . ! : , , - . . REPUBLICAN TICKET. : II' For President , ! ; ' n Theodore Roosevelt , N. Y. . , " " " For " Vice President , . ' " " 1. . " Chas. \V. Fairbanks ) , Ind. sr. , . - " " : Presidential Elcctors- , i 0 I".A. Barton , Pawnee . t A. C. Smith , Douglas , I . , A. e. Abbott , Dodge ; - . 'r. L Norval , cwanl ' ; . W.P. Hall , Phelps L . M. A. Brown , Buffalo . . . . . . ' .t' . " ' . . . H. H. Wilson , Lancaster J. C. Robinson , Douglas Governor--------------- J. H. Mickey - Lieutenant Govcrnor _ E. G. M'Gilton Secretary of State _ . . _ _ _ uA. Galusha Auditor--------------...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 September 1904

, . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . . . + " 1'n..e' ' 1 / " " 'i1 M" " + ' 1R/ " + r + . TREASURES OF LAKE NEMI Bronzes from the Sunken ] Galleys Now Nearly Two Thousand Years Old to Be Brought to America to Enrich the New 1 York Metropolitan Museum of Art. . , . . . . . . . . . . . " " " , . VI1A.'s"/y'd " 'M " " "dN NIb'A/t/1 " " 'rb" t - - - - - ' 1'hl' acquisition : : hy the , 1\ll.tl'olloll. I Inn Museum of Art of the socnlled 'I'l'castlre of Lake Neml" will bring tll New Yet k CRY It collection of arch- eological monuments of great artistic value that cannot III duplicated ) , till' less It he hy further finds In the same placc. consists \ of 'ornamf'ntH and fragments IIf Roman vessels that arc' ' surely lHOO years old und very 110H' , , ably two 01' more centuries oilier Ht Ill. . 'rhe ! relics Were ! III'OCIII''d front the hot toni of the lake mite years ago hy Signor lIseo 1 llorghl nn Itnllnn arch 'ologll ! , who Was wo...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 September 1904

, # ' ' \ l , , , , : . , DARKEST RUSSIA " , , < , , ' uy I ( . GRATTADONNELLY. , t : : ; . ' : CopyrlFbt , 181H1 , by Street Smith AU rights rCI/Cnclt r , . \ ; : . . . , ' J' . , . , , . . . . . " ' " Jk.'il' ; ' ' . } . . - . ! j : : . . r # : , " ; . - CHAPTER XIV-Continued / : ' Humors of IlIla' comparatively ) hap py lot In the ISllrl\\'nll's house Ilt Strnlensl had reached them , and hall relieved them of apprehension as to her whereabouts and condition. As long as she was so near and until nome word waR heard regarding Olga , they determined to make no effort : to - escape. The time they remained they J felt was not wasted , for Alexlll : was : convinced that Cobh was : not Idle , and that he would soon gel tidings from his friend. Mallei's were In this coalition when I\n event occurred which changed the f whole aspect of affairs , and which had a momentoulI : hearing upon ) the lives and fortunes of the exiles. . , , : , :1 : { : ' ; The work on the roads to which . 4. ....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 September 1904

[ , ' ' -j ) h- FALLS CITY TRI UNE _ _ ' _ ) - - - - - n n' ' ' - - TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' . U Publiihcd ! Every riday at : I ! Af4LS CITY , NIURASIcA ! : , By ' 1 ' RI13UN1 a PUIH.JIS ING CO ' I II I 10Ilkn'l\ \ sccollil-class matter , Jallu- I an 12 , IIJ04atthc post ol1iccatj.'alls I City Nt' ' ' " , I1I11\cdhc \ Act of COIIg'rcss of larch 3 , 189 _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I 1 : ONl ' ; DOrA.JAl PER YI AH I 'J'elcphonc No. 22 ( , . I , , - ' BIDE DUDLEY. : 'l'hc News has been rtlnnil1g- : illutratcd ! ' poems from thc Kansas - : sas City Star written by Didl' : Dtulley. \ 1 would not call DudI , I lc\ a great poet because I can j understand his writing's If you : want a great poet read Browning , : Shelly and Kcrtts and then : quarrel over what they mcan. : Bidc Dudley wrote a poem a : few days ago about a boy's halt : g-amc. The older players want- : cd iI little boy , the littlest of : them all , to play I'pig tail" and he wouldn't do it. Hc was insulted - sulted ,...

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 — 16 September 1904

y - - SrfLLINfi i CONTfST , , , - - - - - - - - j " ' " - : for Girls . 1 and Boys Who can make the most words out of the letters "Advona i r Cafe" I i Z 1 : t ( ASH PRllIS [ I I . $50 $ ZO $10 $5 : for the Winners. Ask Your Grocer for Particulars McCORD - BRADY co. OMAHA. i.1' . I " 1 f Pdt y-but"1tnh . " : ler.onou trade mark. Tell 'our JOUf dealer : you : want . . . the . best " . ' k starch your moneycan buy _ : - - Insist "on having tliebest ; DEFIANCE ; It Is 16 ounces foFfo'ctritt : ; No premlum..butone ; you nd..ot.t h. very "belt starch made. , We put all our . . mocieyjrrthcstarch. It n'Hds-no-c bklpga ! It absolutely ) ' pure ; It I 'jivecsatlsfaotl6jff money baCk. . . . . . . . . a , . ' THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO. Omaha , Neb , w. N. U. , Omaha. No. 37-1904 BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER l CURES catarrh of the stomach. 1 - \ - - Oil Fuel In the Navy. I The British admiralty seems to have . . . . met with success 111 the utilization of liquid fuel upon war vessels , despite the objec...

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 — 16 September 1904

L 1041M..w. .r..Wr + 1f + M Yf . . + . . . -e SRo".C V------ . . + - - - - . . - September 16 19U4 l1-U ; FALLS 1.11 Y lKlLSUN . - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - - - At l 1idn igh t. . . . 'rhc hour is late and thc night . clark. The wind raises from a moan to a wild shriek rattling the shutters , and grumbling down thc chimney fans thc dying embers into a lame ! Ind [ thc ! sparks lance gayly about. The patter of thc , early fall rain upon my window is congenial I with my spirit tonight. I am weary and thc whole world seClllS weary whcn out in thc storm and darkness thc hour of midnight is tolled ; another twenty four _ hours added to thc . years of ycstcr'day. As the days pile up into thc building of our lives , thc hours stand not as Individual hoursbut become part of the structure , the strength of the whole being as great as its weakest part. 1'0 us , these hours are entrusted - cd to he used at our own discretion ; it is wUl'th while there that we make "cach one a pearl , eac...

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 — 16 September 1904

- } , f. . THE STRIKE OVER BUTCH ERS' CONTEST AGAINST PACKERS AT AN END - MR. DONNELLY SO DECLARES - ' t Old Employes to Be Taken Back as Needed-Loss of Wages During the Prolonged Struggle Five Million Dollars . . OHICAGO-The strike of the butcher workmen which has demoralized . alized the meat packing Industry : throughout the country for the last . two months was officially declared off Thursday night by President Michael . J. Donneliy of the Amalgamated Meat I Cutters and Butcher Workmen of America. This morning 1\11' Donnelly , telegraphed the members of the national . tional executive committee a81dng their consent 10 the announcement of the end of the strl1o , and tonight , having received favorable answers from nIl , bo declared that the strike fit the members of his organization would end at midnight. The strike of the members of the affiliated unions at the steelyards : " 'r- who quit work In sympathY with the _ butchers will officially be called off FrIday morning at a mee...

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 — 16 September 1904

, t - . ' _ - . _ . _ _ _ _ _ , _ -m. . < , .z. . . - . ' . > .m.r. .r + . . . . . . _ _ t c September 16 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - r - - - - - - - - - - Correspondence . - - - - - News of the County as Told ( by Our Special Correspondents . - - - - - - Rulo. \Vitl and Rob Kanaly spent Sunday in H.ulo. Ul'I't Big-g' ! spent Sunday with friends < l at this place. .1 Ol' McDowell transacted busi- ness in Rule 1\londay. Ida Bauman of Farg'o attcndcd church at Paulo l Sunda . Mr . and 1\1rs. Charles Hoovcr went to S1. \Vcdncsday. . Gus Bohcmc rcturncd to his work in Atchison Wcdnesday , Airs. I Vastinc who has been very sick for some time is much bclter. 1\11' Leads and family of Omaha - ha arc visiting at thc bionic of l\lr. Cronin. Alts Martin piercc returned from St. Joe Thursday after a short visit with rclativcs. \ \ \Vintcrbotlom of Falls City is putting a furnace ill the H.ulo high school huilcling' Charles .1 011 < 1 row returned to his home in ml1g'ham , Kansa...

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 — 16 September 1904

' - , . j - - Keeping Nervous System Healthy. As the nervous system exercises . , : . ; , great power on all the functions of ' the body , It ought to bo kept In a health condition by regular mental work and judicious occupations. The fur often expressed that steady men , fti tal l work III likely to wear out the brain too Boon 18 unfoundb(1. The weary ! nc theory 18 wrong , as well for rnen ' tai I as physical work , both of which . , Wray be continued In oM age. " : To the housewife who hall not yet ; become acquainted with thc new things It everyday use In the market and . . . who III reasonably satisfied with the old. we would uggoat that a. trllll ot I Defiance Cold Water Starch he made I at once. Not alone because It 18 guar- I &Illetd by the manutacturer/ be su- I pftlol' to any other brand , but because ; j each lOc package contains 16 OZ9" , while all the other kinds contain but 1 12 'OIS. It 18 sate to say that the lady f who' once U9ik Defiance Starch will use , , no ...

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 — 16 September 1904

. CASH INCOME fROM fARMS I , Effect of Republican Policies in the Corn Belt and Wheat Growing States. . VALUE OF LANDS GREATLY INCREASED . Prices of Cereals in "Lean" and "Fat" Years- ' Market Demand Affected by Action of Na- . tional Administration-Rise in Values. , I It has been quite customary for Dem- ocratic writers and speaters to attribute the extraordinary prosperity of the last . eight years to Providence . and to deny ; that the Republican party could be espe- dally allied with Providence. In answer to this contention President Roosevelt : in one or his campaign speeches in 1900 made the witty remark that tlle Democratic party hall "fuse with about everything except Provi- dence. " In relation to the remarkable increase In the agricultural l prosperity or the ' United States during the years or Republican - publican rule subsequent to the last Democratic ndmiriistration (1893-189i } . It is the Democratic. policy to sneeringly ask if the Republican party produced the bount...

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 — 16 September 1904

.r1 , MR1 ROOSEVEL ' MESSAGE Telegram to National Irrigation : Congress at Ogden , Utah , I Last Year. , "GREATEST STEP FORWARD" Such Is the President's Opinion of Irrigation-Message Shows Vast Fund of Information on Reclamation of Arid lands. I . President Roosevelt sent the following 'messa e to the National Irrigation Con- gress in session at Ogden , Utah Sept. 15 , 1003. It is characteristic or the man. It shows n broad , deep , patriotic Interest in both irrigation and forestr ) ' . It also shows his masterly intellectual grasp or any and aU topics concerning the public welfare : Oyster Bay , X. y . Sept. 1. . ; . 1903. > The passageof the National Irrlatlon Law was one or the greatest steps not only In the forward progress ; or the States , butte to that or nIl Jnllnkhlll. It was the beginning or an achlvl'Jncnt so great , thllt we hesitate to predict the outcome , but It was only the hl'lnnllll Now that the law Is an neeOl1l1111llhed fact , that must he given elIect. To th...

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 — 16 September 1904

. , Supplement to' i ' _ FALLS CITY TRIBU E. ' , Friday , Sctembcr 16 , 1904. FALLS CITY. . . EBRASKA. r . , ' D OF THE DEMOGRACY ) s Professions and Promises Compared with Its Performances , J RITABLE CALAMITY PARTY , Preaches thc Gospel of Discontent aDd Wastes Time in Obstructing Wise aDd Beneficent Republican . Policies Congressman : J. Adam Bede tell ot meeting a typical member of the part .of pr.51llises and calamity ! howlers. The Democrat had just come out of :1 saloon when he told Bede be had been buying tOme lining for his underclothes. In reply tQ Belle's query ns to how he was I getting ; ; on , tIle unfortunate ilescillie ot Je tcrson answered ; "That hte horse went dead and hIs mule W , lIt Il1l11e , And be lost six cows In n poker game ! : Then a hurricane : came , on n SUlllmpr's clay , And blew the house where lie lived , away ; And un earthqualoe came when that was gomte. i ' , And swallowed the land that the house stood on , Then the tax collector soon came ! 'rou...

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 — 16 September 1904

. . PROSPERITY STill REIGNS _ Democratic Efforts to Breed Distrust Have S.I I , Far Proved Futile. I - REBUKE FOR THE CALAMiTY HOWLERS Railway Traffic Is Heavy , New Factories Are Being Erected , and Iron and Steel Mills Are Crowded with Orders. , - There is an effort on the part ot somc Democratic newspapers and a few blat M ora'OOt'S to create lack ot confidence 3n the public mind by saying the COIW- try is gain ! to the bad ; thdt great industries - dustries are slitting down ; that the railways are retrenching , instead ot improving - proving roadbed and equipment ; that 110 new factories are being constructed ; that thousands of working ! people nre idle and that Republican prosperity is i A myth. These statements are so palpably Itably false at" 90 greatly exaggerated that intelligent parsons are not misled by them , but there is danger that when the canards are reiterated by the calamity howlers a fete people who do not keep closely ! in touch wits industrial and com- Jnerci1...

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 — 16 September 1904

. September 16 , 1904 . . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' . ' - LOCAL . AND PERSONAL. . f Eat Sowles Candy See \Vanncr for tablcts. Harry Sage . left : Mon < 1ay . f for J-iincoln. If ' ritz Miller left Tuesday for Oll1aha. . . Harry Bovd went to Salem - . , . . Monday' , : . . ' . ' . Boolof " : ; . all 'kinds \ at' A. G. \Vannen J. J. Tanner left tl'ucsday for . Oxford , Neb. " Frcd Beaulicau was a SLJoseph . visitor Sunday. Sam.Stuart and wife of Reserve in town Sunday. . Albert Vogcl 'in left Monday afternoon for Ch cag-o. D. H. Scars and wife returned from Reserve Monday. H.ichill' tl l Fluke went to Pawnce City the first of the week. . 1 ! rank Simons of Rube was a , Falls City visitor tl.'uesday. M rs. . 'Grant \Vit Beat daughter - er drove . to Verdon i\Ionday. ar1.Prakes and wife returned from Cameron , Mo. . Saturday. Charlie Davis returned from Kansas City Tuesday morning- 01" . R.P. Robertsdentist over Kings Pharnlacy. The Episcopal 1 rectory will be ready for occupancy next...

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