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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 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 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 September 1904

F . . September IQ , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ .m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m .m I.-l ISILK . SA TIN . .VEL VET. , , ' . . ! . - The continued extensive use of Silks is one of the most convincing proofs of the prosperous ' -i. I condition and improved taste of our people. The strong tendency this season is toward plain and \ - changeables and to meet this ve offer an assortment far in excess of any former season. Our vale I r- j ues in Silks have been carefully scrutinized and are recommended as worthy your fullest confidence. Pf In 27 and 36 inch widths we..are showing Black Peau de Sole , Taffeta and Jap Silks at $1 to $1.75. ; Our 36 inch Changeable Taffeta has attracted unusual attention and is guaranteed to year satis . V factorily. For Suits ; Waists and Petticoats our Changeable Messalines are new and especially It adapted. We show in 19 inch Taffeta of high grade , 40 shades enabling us to ...

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 — 23 September 1904

. . . . . . ( I . . . . , . ' . : . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . \ . . . . " S J' x a x b " 6 . . . . . , . . , . , . . . . . . , . . , ' . . ' ' . . , , . ( ' r. : . ' - - \ - " : .t" ' - ? \ 1 " ' ' ; "ili' " t. . . . . I , $ . . . . _ a0ht jaIIr ' otitJl a0rihunt. - - i VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 23 , 1904. NUMBER 38 An Outrage. trhi ; : ) paper has been given credit for entertaining a desire to - jolt the " "country attorney. " This impression is erroneous. We want to - print matters of public in ercst. Last week however in . , 't1 c court note we stated the fact " ; hat the case of the State of Ne- .braslm vs Ida Pool had been dismissed - missed by the county attorney. , This is an outrage. This woman 1i I I . beat a defenseless little boy over . , . the head with a stick until he I was horribly mutilated. The doc- , . . torwas called sometime ( several days ) afterward and he found the little fellow with his face flushed l a with fever and suffering terri...

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 — 23 September 1904

, - falls . City Tribune ! ! - ! BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. - - - FALLS CITY - . NEBRASKA . - - , - - - ' - , . - . . . ' " - - - - ' LIVE8 f\fSK LIVES IN SMALL BOAT Englishmen on Voyage to Australia In Fourteen.Ton Vessel. A daring trip 18 to l.J made hy two Brighton ( Eng ) men In a craft so small that should the elements during the time she hi In mid , channel prove anything but of the best , the chances are that she will never again reach Il1nl1. The two young men are Mr A. J" Nappor and MI' J. L LIU1gford , who start In their boat , the Brighton , for West Australia during this weelt The object of the voyage IH to reach the pearl fisheries at DroonH' , In N. W. . Australia , choalll , with a craft ready for the work there The adventurous pair propose to travel 16,000 miles In IL fourteen - ton boat. Two or the most Ingenious e\ovlces to be carried aboard for the sake of safety are a dinghy and a floating archer , both the inventions and patents of Napper hlnHwlf The dInghy has b...

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 — 23 September 1904

. , . September 2 , 1904" . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Oran ! and Stock Market. f - - -7' Falls City , ' Ncb. , September 22 , 1904. TIC range of prices for the Chicago Grain Market and New York Stock Market with close today as reported by Farril1gtoJl. - . , WII1 : ; \T- Opening I- igh Low .Close . Dcc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 to 10S 110/ 108 110/ May. . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110112 / 110 112l. , . CORN- , " " . ' -Dee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50l. { to 50 50/ 49 50 I May . . . . : . . . . 1. 1 . . . . . : 493 to l 49/ 48 491 OA'fS- # Dcc . . . . . . . ' : . . . . . . . . . 31 7 _ to % 31 jfi 31l. 313 1Jto / May . . . . . . . . . . 0' ' . . . . . .43 to l. { 34 3-8 33fr 34 . ' " potn - ' . Oct : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1135 1137 1120 1130 Jan , ' : . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . ; . . 13 - 171 1320 1302 1312 I.ARD- . . .f . ' Oct : . . . . . . . . . . . . } . . . . 7 15 7'17 705 712 Jan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , ; ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 September 1904

- : rmI -TC\LES : . . . - . . . , . " . . . . . . . . 1II ! . ! 1I - - f.l - - l - - ! ! ; ! ! ! ! I ! ! I - J - - - The ! Old TImer. Tw } old limes were the nest times ; they say the new lire bright Hut the old have more or loveliness- the olll have more or IIHht. 'l'ho hllla or Cod seemed closer , and the Hun there , In the skies , deemed : ! to shed n greater glory on the oill-tlme , dreaming cyelll ! Do you think t that wo 01'0 truer than our fathers were or old ? That the rlllnbowH In the tempest have more or grace and gold 7 ' Oh , he old frhmdl-thcy ware wiser though the new friends would con- 11011111. ; ' 01' angels , on the heights at Ooll-they lit tile way for them I The obi times were the best limes ; the 01.1 songs nrll the hl'At- i 1'110 dl.'ar-tllo tender melodies ( lint rocked the world to real ! Let the critics , cold and cruel , strike the fltal'll from heaven ngaln- ' ' . ' lId moth rll all 1'0 the sweet ) voice or ( I the world will AllY "Amenl" ! -Atlal1ta Conlt...

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 — 23 September 1904

. September f1-iL 1.\LL L..ll Y lKlUUN ' I f 23 . 19u4 , . . . , LOCAL AND PERSONA . Hazcl cllison went to Saleni . \Vedncsday. I Charley Heck was a Salem , , . . . . . . / Yc : : visitor Fnday. . Gus Neitzcl was a Stella visitor - . . ' ' \Ycdnesday. . - - . - ' : J. \V. Barnett went to Kansas i ' . ; ' ' . City \Vcdnesdi night. 1 rank Schaiblc left for King- . - ' roan , Kas. , last tl'ucsday. . . ' . l ev. Ale ancler left \Vcdncs- , ' , \ " day afternoon for Bcatricc. A'A Ed Burriss went to Omaha on , \ . , . , ' hus1t1cssVedncsdiP' n'ht. ; n \ " : i \Vm. Douglass oracle a business - . . ! ' - trip to Kansas City \Vcdncsday. . . - . . A. Miller , wife and daughter ' arc visiting in Breckrnridge , Mo. " ? . . in St. .Georgc , . . . Cleveland . was . . . ! . , _ Joe Wednesday , transacting busi- . , . . - Il . ss' ' " . . ' ' " " ' ' ' , , " , Anna . Santo attended the Fair ilt Salem the latter part of las ! , . \ veck. . . . . . c yI3ugli ' Ia. Boyd of Humboldt " .transacted . , b...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 September 1904

" ' : = : - - - - - - - . - - - - - - TilE : ! - - ; flJ .J- ' ( ; = - - : - : = - : : - ; : ' - : N I tn : .J'e 'e < @ @eGt i Dream and Despair. It I were only bolder 'ro' her 1 then should swe\r ( Ny dawn Is her white shoulder , My dusk her ebon hair ; .My day , my night , 1\Iy whole delight , My dream and II1Y despair ! Such beauty seems : to fold her ' I'or ever fresh and fnlr. Between the dawn , her shoulder , And dusk that 111 her hair ; ' IJ'tI' ! soft eyes are laoh ; ; one a star , 1\ly dream and 111) despair ! So let my love be told her , And let 111) faith declare Dawn sparkles : on her shoulder , Dusk hovers In her hair , AIIII each lip shows hot ' tile ' . : ' Il t oac-- My dream and I11Y despair ' ! - asRel's Saturday Journal. - Ambidexterity. 'Cen. Dlu1cn.Powell has long been sable to write and draw with either viand with equal facility. During some ImlnoouvC\'s : \ which took place when . This right arm was useless owing to the bite ot a dog ho wrote and 111us. tra...

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 — 23 September 1904

e . . . - ' - ' - ' - . . September 23 , 1904 ' j. ' f' THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE'L l . ' _ _ " ' _ " " " _ ' _ _ --'L _ " ' _ . " " " ' _ " " ' = = = ' - ; ; ; - ' - - - ; : ; - = ' : : : : - - - $ LOCK 1l. AND PERSO'riAL. . . . , t . ' . - ' . - - - - - - - , . , . Eat Sowles Can.r. ! , , ' - ' . , . J. I . \VanHcr for tablets. ' . - . . . Sadie HoiTman left MOt HI a y for ' -\0 , , , . \ : . j. I Jluuiboldt. . . " I. l . . ' " , \ : : I Hazel : : cl1iSOl1 was a ; Rule visit- . ' ' . " ' "or tl'l1csday' ; If. . :1' : , . ' Mrs. Spnrloc1 returned to Sal- . - ' . , " cm-tl'uesday. , " " 'i.B. . Dowty . carne up from Pres- I ton Sunday. ' t . . , . ; , ; , Dl : . . Rash , diseases of " c ? .hdren. . , " . . . . . Amos Gantt made a business 1\ i \ ; . ' , ' , ' ' ' ' - . trip to Stella Monday. . ' . Homer Yodcr went to Verdotl the first of the week Richard Hinkle left Monday , . ' " afternoon for Omaha. . : .1 John \V. . an ' ' 'V 'J. . , ' , Dorringtor . sr. , was ' : ' 1- .t. Auburn vI...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 September 1904

- - - SLAVS AT MUKDEN DO NOT ANTICIPATE ATTACK ON THE PLACE. - JAP FORCES BEING INCREASED - - MAny Convalescents Returning to Duty-Russin" Forces at Mukden Considered to Be Very Large and More Troops Being Added. S'I' PE'l'EHSllURG-Tho reports that General Kurokl Is pushing on northeast of Multden are not borne out hy official telegrams that have been received here. According to the latest ad vices the Japanese forces continuo to increase at ll1nnupu mill Yenta ! A decisive advance In the direction or 1\1ultden Is therefore not expected to occur for some daya. Monwhllo , hllllcnUons increase of the probability ot the Japanese meeting with rcslnlance. The Russian forces nt 1\luden ) are undoubtedly very large and every l1a9 delay enables the commnmler.ln.chlet to perfect his do. fenccs A private dispatch from Mululcn reports the arrival ot an Itn- monso train filled with convalescents returning to dutr. This may bo regarded - garllcl1 .a8 good ovhlonco of 1\ large concentration of tr...

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 — 23 September 1904

' " \ . . September 23,1904' / TI-IE FALLs CITY TRIBUNE' - . It' , ; ' , " ' . " I " ' , .t. - - - - - - - - - , , , _ . - - - - . Some Like the latest and \ People- very _ _ smartest things in Footwear - . ' , wear and nothing short of the newest and swellest ; , , r styes. 1 , " Diver People--- much for - care so m\l . . . . . . . , _ . . . , _ " . ' . : . . . . style . , , but " . are better ' " pleased with good , comfortable , durable ! and ease go- ing Shoes. - ' Most \\T.ant \ both and o People--- ant _ style . _ . . . . . . . comfort combined in reasonably priced , good looking , well wearing ' Shoes. " , Now , Reader " It doesn't , matter to which of the above classes you belong-your Shoes are here. Come in. ' -1 and we'll certainly take great pleasure in' shoving them : to vou. 5 . - rr . , ' - - - - I Holt's Shoe Store l 1t'sSoe ! ore . . . . . . , . _ . . 'i > . . . . - -'Sl : > : ; ; - _ .t' " -.Q.VI ; ; - I . . . " ( ( Ii - . ' ' . : ; ' t. , Th CIrc , is. . ' . ...

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 — 23 September 1904

' . . _ - - . - . " " ' - r-- > " ' " . \O > --Y"- = . . HAD TO GIVE Ut . . Suffered Agonies from Kidney Dsor ( I dens Until Cured by Doan's Kidney Pills George W Honorr , ' ot 19fi3 North 11lh St. , Philadelphia , Pu" , a man of good reputation autl } standing , . writes : "Flvo years ago I was ' suffering so with my hack and kid' neys that I often had to lay ] oU. The kidney sccre tlons were unnat ' ural , my legs ] and stomach hero swollen , and 1 had no I1PIJolilo. When doctors failed 10 help 11I0 I began using Doan's Kid. ney Pills IUIII Improved unlll my bncc ! waR strong and my appetite returnoll. During the four years since I stopped using them I have oljoyed excellent health. 'l'ho cure was pcrmanont. " ( Signed ) GEORQE < : W RENOFP. A 'J'JUAL l"IU E-Address Foster' , 1I\bllrn \ Co" , Buffalo , N. Y. For Sale ] by alt dealers Price , GO cts Tibetan Earth Dwellers Earth dweBcrs arc common In Ti bot. Strangely clad men and women , who since childhood have rarely loo...

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 — 23 September 1904

I ' 1 "September 23 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE t THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 1 I Published Every Friday at FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA By - . , TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO . . . . . ! . .1/ / esp' p' ' January Bntcrcd as second-class matter , - . try 12 , 1904at thc post ofliccat Falls . . City , Ncb. , undcrthc Act of Congress ( > . ' of March 3 , 1879. . , . ( t . H' ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH " ' . ' . . Telephone No. 226. N ' ' : REPUBLICAN TIOIET. : , . ' . For President , : : > ' , . . 'l'hcodorc Roosevelt , N. Y. : ' . For Vice President , " . ' , . . Chas. W. I"airlmnks ! , lild. 41 ' ? j 1"1\ ; . , ' Presidential lectors- _ t1. . " ' P.A. Barton , Pawnee A. C. Smith , Douglas : . ' . . . ' \ . . . A. C. Abbott , Dodge _ tx : } I ; ' . ' . 1\ L Norval , Seward ' . . .fuhr : \V.P. Hall , Phelps , . htAJalII" r r . " , . M A. Brown , Buffalo " " "It j' ' ' H. H. "Tilson , Lancaster \'i 1 " "I' ; " J. C. Robinson , Douglas . " ' , Governor--------------- J. H. Mickey I Licutcnant Governor n E...

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 — 23 September 1904

. . . . . , . DARKEST RUSSIA f ) lY H. OItATTAN DUNNI LLY. COllyrlllht , IBOB..Iy Street "Smith , All rlcbt'4 rClocnetl. II . CHAPTER XV-Continued. "A ) ' ! " tJhollteli KIlI'Hlclwff , "U ) ' ! tiO hey I 110 , Kllthl'l'lIw : hilt not inch convicts . viets nH thoRe-uot inch ! convicts UH Aloxls NuzlmofC and I van BUl'oslt ! " Kuthol'lu ' Rprollg to her hushnnd'H ) : side and groHlloli the Paper , Nicholas , . aH site lid HO , looked nt It over her i 1Jhoulllcr' On the very tOil of the list oC the cOllvlctR WOI'O the names Alexis Nazt 1II0ff aid Ivan BnrosltY. With n cry of flonclluh joy Kathol'lne Kal'slchorr gl'nRped the IlIlIlIls of her huhnnd 1\1111 , loolcing him straight In the face " ' In , exclaimed : "lIere-hel'o 0111' 1100Vhnl / will you do ? " Constantine 11n13wetedValt : and soc. " , III U few minutes the sharp command . mnlld "Sloy ! " ( hull ) rung out O1 the frosty nil' , and ho ring of the Innces of the COtHaclt guard was heard na t rested on the ground. Another Imoclt...

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 — 23 September 1904

, " : wITti TttE WOULD"S . . . , . BEST WRIT . . : RS . \ . . . ; 'No MONOPOLY OF PATRIOTISM. - - Englishmen , and hy Englishmen we mean also Irishmen and Scolclnnen , have died as bravely as any Japanese soldier ever ( lied. The same Is true of American , of Freshmen , and of every nnUona1lty. There Is no braver soldier 01' fiercer fighter than the Ahysslnlan. Englishmen know how bravely the l\Iatabeles cnn die. In the recent slaughter of Tibetans they died like stoics , fighting as best they ould. Physical courage is a fine quality , but It is quite a common quality. Moral courage Is a finer quality , hut not so common. Ever war has its heroes. The war between the state abounded in heroic deeds and unsurpassed exhibitions of forti- tude. Patriotism is indigenous , so to speak , to all lands-though more highly - ly developed in some than in others. . . . . . . - The mother of the Grncchi has had " : \ her counterpart in all ages and climes. , -Nashville American. American. - - - - ...

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 — 23 September 1904

. , w y GREAT AND GROWING WEST Irrigation Will Change Deserts to Gardens and Provide lands for Millions ' of lomes. RODS.EVEl STRONG , FRIENDLY HAND A Policy that Increases the Sum of Human Happiness and Enlarges and . Strengthens - ens the Republic : mten President Roosevelt aid , "I DEIJO\G WEST OF TilE I1SS0URI ' RIVER ; ' he spoke from 'l his hoart. It loved the east less , was not that he \ but the west more. He felt that , in a certain way , the country at large did not properly appre- 'ciate ' ' this crude , Wg brother , whose wonderful development and accomplishments - meats are destined to bring the greatest family-the - . fame and riches to the - tion. ne got acquainted with this bit ! : brother and found out that he was worth winning and saving. ne started out at once upon his patriotic and philanthropic ! mission. Mr. Roosevelt firmly believes there is nothing too good for the west. Ho bas ' put - that section next to its immeasurable - able future , by the National Irri...

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 — 23 September 1904

.t t n l - . if : ROOSEVELT THEIR CHOICE , , Former Silverites and Democrats Decline to Sup- , port Parker for President. AU PREFER PROSPERITY TO PARALYSIS . , - # Views of D. C. Tillotson , Late Chairman of the { . . National Silver Republican Party - Reasons - sons . Given by Others. . . , any Democrats will Tote for Rn03e- . velt and Fairbanks ! ' this fall. A large .amber have publicly nnnounced their ehanie or faith , but others have simply - ply said to their friends that they prefer - fer the known and tried Roosevelt ro the ' hesitating : ; , evasive Md untried : Parker. The names : or some or these men , including Oscar Straus , John A. DicOall , Major John Bryce , Patrick .Jgan , Richard Price Morgan and Eu- cene .A. . P.hilbin , have already been print- ed. Among those not heretofore noted are : Ernest Orawfort , Judge W. 31. Chandler , Dr. George H. Carpenter , Wil- .am 'IcLtin ' : , W. E. Williams , John : Ennis , Wmiam D. Harrison , John T. Doyle , Charles P. Blaney an...

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 — 23 September 1904

; \ . IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY Demoralizing Effects of Democratic Policies vs. Beneficial Effect of Republican Policies. . KING TO PAUPER AND PAUPER TO KING Phenomenal Rise of the Industry Since 1894- I , Accurate Barometer of General Trade Conditions-Wages Increased. Ithe Iron and steel industry Js often referred to as tIIO "barometer o ! gen- era ! business. " It reflects conditions or depression ! or prosperity throughout the eountry in a remarkably senaltive way - for there is no husiness nor industry fr1 : the country which does not share closely in the various conditions which make ! ! teel either 'king" ) or "pauper , " and , as Andrew Carnegie once said , "steel Is always either king or pauper. " When times were hard , as during the period or the last Democratic administration - tration ! , 181'13-89G , there was indeed an open door into the palace or King Steel for the wolf ot poverty ' to enter sad . iake : Steel a Pauper. It was shown then that when panic and depression Ti...

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 — 23 September 1904

. . , . . . I , Supplement to , I . . FALLS CITY TRIBUKE. Friday , September 23 , 1904. FALLS CITY - - NEBRASKA. Odds in Wall street of 2 to 1 on Roosevelt deliver no electoral votes , but they are mighty : discouraging : to the silent speculator of Ese ] > us. Silence , has grown weary listening for the reply that comes not from Ese p us. . to Tom 'Vatson's query , " 1Vb ' : tt is Judge Parker's position on the negro question ? " Confidence in tIle continuance ot the present administration at Washington for another four years is reflected in the confident tone that pervades ill busi- ness circles in the United States. Comparison ot Republican and Demo- . . cratic platforms ot the last . forty years emphasizes the difference between things done and things ; promi"ed. ! " One is a party ot 'grent achievements , the other of great IH'omisl's. The Democratic editors will hIve : fun with themsch'es when they begin mak- an/ / extravagance ot the national expen- ditures and the Jeffero...

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 — 23 September 1904

- rs - ; s -a , . , - , . @ + IWt-'r11'dl It a _ . . . . " . . - . - V . . I . . . ' . . . . . - . . . . . . . . , . . . 1 . ' " , , ' ' 0 , : tA- ' " " . - W. " ' . ( ' . " , , , " ' - ' . " " J' " . . . . . . . . September 904 yl' l-J'J : : 1LL 5 l : rl Y' ' I llU U N ' ' . I ) > A . , . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ \ . I'r'i Something of Taxes . I p In Richardson County - - - . 'l'hc following special dated f.1 f'oll1 tIlls city appeared in last , Sunday's State Journal and will be of interest to all taxpayers in ti I 1 . this county : ; " For lack of other issues the i fusionists in ichard1.on ' county i , in thc state where there is less t reason to cry about high taxcsor fI where the issue b raised in such spirit of bul ; faith and political o chicancry. For the most part thc little cliquc of professional . tax-dodg-crs ( who canvassed the wealthy farmers last fall to in- duce them to withdraw their money from the banks , are the same ! ones lvho - this S\1Inl11cr \ have stirr...

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