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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 September 1904

I , r . .I , , ( Theory Regarding the Moon ( The novel theory ot Dr. Voight , a Gorman astronomer , Is that the grent. er part ot the mooq' } ! craters represent . lent work ot coral Insects in longg vanished selHo finds that if lho earth's tropical ocean were suddenly fIled : up the bed would resemble tim taco ot the moon , the coral ronna. Sri Lions appearing exact ! ) . HIm the crat . I' " ers of the extinct "olcnnoes. Important to Mothers. Jexaminc carefully every bottle 01 CASTOnr.\ , " safe and " tire remedy for Inlants anti children , . andeo that It - r Dears ' the , -.1-- ' Sigaature , ot ' # & rG ID VISO For Over 30 Year ! . , " The Kind You Dave Always JJougbt. " . Belated WeddlngD. The love at Indolloudence and the freedom and pleasure at to-day make r girls less and Jess anxious to marryy . before they are past five and twont . Perhaps , It Is hotter that there should bo that disinclination , fet our , modern me may fit a woman better to man'y late than early.-Lady ...

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 — 23 September 1904

i . . . . , . - " w . . - - . . . . . . . , , . - ' . S. : : : ' t" . / , ev 23 tya4 1 J .11 ; : 1'-\1.1. : : > Ll1 1 1 11 ! 1UI\L ; . n _ _ _ _ _ _ LOCIiL AND PERSO AL When you need a tablet call at A. G , Wanners. . B. Ii' Miles of Dawson was in this city Sunday. Cambell Minnick left Saturday for Hebron , Neb. E. A. Tucker returned to Hum- boldt aturday afternoon. Go to A. G. Wanner for all kinds of school supplies. Alice McCray of Stella spent Saturday in this city. Mrs. Wi11ard Shubert was down from Shubert Friday. Stella Shock was a Pawnee City visitor Saturday. A. G. Wanner sells everything needed in the school room. . Peter Schawang left for St. Joseph Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Will Fowler returned from White Cloud Saturday. Mabelle Crockett Tecumseh visited 111 Falls City Sunday. R. S. Maloney of Humboldt was a Falls City visitor Saturday. Dr.R.P. Robertsdentist over Kings Pharmacy. Emmet Satterwhite made a business trio to Salem Saturday. . Mrs Watte'ne of Rube visited wi...

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 — 23 September 1904

. Divorces In Japan .1't : , lvorces In Japan which can be o1. : ) tamed on the most trivial pretension , ' have somewhat diminished In number In recent years , but they still occur at the rate of one to every three mar- r riages. In 1902 there were 349,489 narrlages and 11'.1,498 divorces . . . . i , ' \ . Where He's Wrong : A man has no right to KiTe his wife sway when she boasts before com pang , considering that she never gives him away by looking surprised when he offers her the rocking chair when company Is present.-AtchlsoIJ i Globe. ' Leave Mementoes of VI.lt. " According to a very old custom pre- palling at the quaint old town of Oak. ham , England . every peer of the realm passing through the town Is reQulrel to leave a horseshoe , or Its equivalent , to be placed In the castle. I t ; ; Australian Curiosity y : Australian geologists recently 411- , iff ; ! covered a great curiosity In the shape of 8 fish of opal. The fish Is about . three and ono - half feet long , and Is ...

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 — 23 September 1904

. . . . . _ t . l . . ' - . ; " " " . , . ' - . - . ' . . . , . - . - . . . . . . . . . . . " ' _ . _ . . . . . . . . . . . , - . - > . . . . . . . - . " . , - , . ' . . . , . . , ' - , . . ' , ' . . p , - , . - . , . . " ' . September 23 19u4 ' 11-J1 PALLS Cil Y :1 : KIts , U 1'J ' I ' I. . . .t - - - - - - - - - - I p checctiiona1 Conducted by County Superlni'cndent JJeparf Crocker r Dist. No. 63 will soon begin building a $1250 school house. 'l'he Sutherland school building is the model. 1)ist. No. H-JDthel Hummel , I teacher-\Ve have as yet only 10 pupils cnrm.ted and none of t11es above.the 6th g-radc. " Three teachers , took thc cx- amination last Saturday. 'l'hc third Saturday in each month is regular examination dn.y. Dist. No. 6 , Iva Lowe , teacher -Our enrollment is 13.Vc all attended thc circus. \Vcllave a full set of new books and it library of 60 vol tIIncs. ' Disl. 8(1 , Ne11Q Hanlla ; : teacher -Our enrollmcnt , is 22 , 8 boys and 14 girls. Wc have 6 in thc 8th gr...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 September 1904

A. 1 eAMPnRl .T LES- . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . ! ! ! ! ! . ! ! ! ! ! ! ! II-I . II I J ItlNCOLN t ON THE BATTLEFIELD. - President Watched Contest For the Possession of Washington. Of all the places of historic interest In and about Washington , there Is not one that played a more important i , part in the defense of the nation's capital than picturesque Fort Stevens , t just to the north of the city. There , ' a bit over forty years ago , Abraham J-Ilncolp stood on' the parapets of this hastily constructed fort and watched ' the battle for the protection of the ; city of Washington It was the only time In the history of the country when the President , who Is comman der . In-chief of the army , has stood exposed on the field at battle to the bullets of the sharpshooters of the op- ' posing forces. . . Sacred as the spot should be , it was ! for many years neglected. In recent . i years , however , n. dilatory Congress . ' has seen to its care , and now It I. attractive . ,...

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 — 23 September 1904

- . . . - - ' < .0. . . ' " ' } ' ! ; ; : : . ' : . . 'f . . , . . . . , . .It5 Of ' : , . y , . \i \ i It _ Y " " " ' . ' ' . ' . . . . . . . ' . ; - . . , . . ' ' . - . . ti J . ' ' , . - 'l ' ' . . . . ] September 23 , 1904' . , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - _ rl - - - - - - - - - - - Colts Victorious. 'l'hc Fourth of July is merely a memory with 'I'my since the game Sunday aftcrnoon. 'l'hcisitors succccdcd in running in two scores luring thc first inning hut N this was bottled up for further use when Falls City chalked down three in thc same inning. Foster went to first and two- stepped down to second when Po- tcet took up thc lath and landed the ball for 'three bases and Foster - tcr trotted home bode walked to first : Toni came home and Glincs was g'ood for first wHile Paxton handed out a little single which brought li'ochlinger in second inning was zero : weather \ with nothing doing on the score book. In third Troy ran in two quality marks and rested after an unusual exertio...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 September 1904

w ' 1 l/ * IiOP I ) . a-1 ' : . . r -1.\ , Top Grafting Old Trees. I think the subject of top-grafting Is one that has been too much overlooked . A . looked , said Herman Behrens before a meeting of apple growers. Top- grafting when clearly understood and properly applied Is one of the most helpful means for Improving old or hards.- - It must be borne in mind . that the great majority of orchards in this part of the country planted a scorn of years ago did not receive the careful attention and foresight of the ' orchards planted during the past few years. It would be a comparatively easy matter to find Instances where r the owners of such orchards would be ready to cut down the trees and plow up the orchards. An Indifference , to proper attention and care the trees should have received has allowed many fungous diseases and other obstructions - structions to the growth of trees to become prevalent ; In fact , to seem- . . . . . - Ingly gain the mastering hand. Now If I , the apple gr...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 September 1904

. - - - - J II _ . - - _ _ _ _ _ _ , _ _ . _ _ c a I September 23 1904 'I HL l"ALL : : l..11 Y 1 KWUN ' . , I R _ _ _ _ _ _ M . - , ' Yf - ; ,1 WOMEN SECTION I . . . , " T HE new Fall Displays are now at their best. Our Women's Wear department was never so . } Ii , : il\ \ 1 richly stocked. First buyers will be well rewarded. An early choice secures better values and garments that more perfectly meet your tastes , We are showing fully double the variety of I ' I Cloaks , Suits , Skirts and Waists ever presented to our patrons and we recommend them as the I I smartest models that have been fashioned by the most jngenious designers. Our buyer spent three weeks in New York City carefully studying the styles ! that will prevail and recommends those now { t ' in our show room as positively correct. As in other seasons our values ht ; Ready Made Women's il\ I i Wear are 25 per cent better than shown elsewhere : , Our lines are bought cheaper and sold cheaper . \ > Z than is possible in...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 September 1904

V I- 49 , ' . . . . ' 1lfIfllJj ) lllllc # I' ' j\f1 : ! l/Z/ I The Calloused Hands. "Whatsoever thy hand filHlcth to do , do ' . It with thy mlght.-Ecelcslulltes , ix 10 ' -A.\ ; - "I \ Now some write books oC empty words , And some weave fanclcs Into wng- But hI who tolls among the Iherds. Barehanded , amonf fate . and strong , And clears the place where shall al'lso The structure that shall long endure , Though he be counted far from wise ; Ills portion oC reward III sure Spine , with , the brush and many hues : , Make llcfurel that men rush to sce- let there arc no more worthy views b Than those where many workmen be , . Where chlel : 1 rings against the stone And hammer clangs upon the steel For ; peasant's hut or 1110nurch'l'1 throne : The fingermnrl oC toll re\'ol\l. : Words writ In Ink grow dint and fade , ' The canvas turns to dust In lime , But structures which bare hands have made Last through the ccnturl,11 sublime : ) : The bridge , the temple , and the street , : rho c...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 September 1904

w 2. _ . - r . . September 23 19u4 ' 11-1l ; 141\.LL : : : CI1Y 1Kl1jUN - - - - - . - - - - - - - , . . . . I , SOlncthil\g of Taxes I ! In Richardson County ( Continl1cd front former page. ) .Phis shows how much thc bur- den has addcd , even after thc state board hag madc thc ten per cent incrcasc. Hcrc arc fiftecn individuals - viduals , taken as their namcs ap- I appear at thc head of thc records who have been increased only $ : ; } 0.2.t for all of them for state j taxcs. I 'I'hc fad that some these mak- I ing' inc1iviclual showings of less than $200 in valuation arc generally - erally ) } reputed to hc worth upwards - ' , wards of $50,000111 personal prop- I crty-farmers too , makes the room for complain smaller yet. ' 1 ' lic showing in thc matter of ; , real estate also leaves little room for complaint. Trout thc records arc here takcn two quarter sec- tions from thc extreme corner of each of the fifteen precincts of Richardson coun ty. For the nine precincts first named the ...

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 — 30 September 1904

- v'r , ' , , . , " " ; , r ti + . , wa - A Y4 . - j , . - . , 4 . . . " . - , . . ' < i ' , , . Ji ' . . th " j "atis J ( ltitu atribunt. . " . . . _ _ _ . . - - - - - - - " - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , . : \'OLU \ , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER , . NUn BER .t , .t'OLU t , \IE 1 FALLS CITY . 3D 1904. , ' 'lBER . , . 39 ' " ] i ' , ' , , , - - \ ' : , UNCLE , JOE GANNON' . ' ' I . \ . Speaks to a Crowded House at The I Gehling Thursday Night : : " So . . What He Said. I' " f Speaker Joseph Cannon of Illi- . . nois and -Ion. James E. Watson ! ' of Indiana arrived in' Falls City , Friday afternoon at three o'clock. . The party was met at the depot by Geo. Holland and C. F.Reavis . , ' " 1 Speaker Cannon , 1\11' , Watson , E. J. Burkctt and C. F. Reavis took T .in extend d ride into the country " much to the delight of the visitors - ors who were charmed as well as astounded at the wonderful coun- try which met their view. r When the orators stepped on , thc stage at t...

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 — 30 September 1904

. IS SCOOP AND SCALES. - Invention That Will Be Welcomed by Busy Housewives. Housewives who are accustomed to judging the weight of the Ingredients necessary for the making or the varl . . . OU8 Corms of table dainties , and who are not fortunate to possess a pair of scales or other means for weighing the said Ingredients , will hail with joy the advent of a scoop which is intended . ell to give them without uselessly adding to the list of kitchen utensils a The Weighing Scoop. means to accurately gauge whatever of meal or flour or other commodity they may desire to use. -t1 glance at the accompanying pic' tur6 will explain the workings of this now device more clearly than a column . umn of descriptive matter could do. The scoop is mounted on a telescopic handle , one of the telescoping parts being graded to represent ounces and pounds and their fractions. Within the hollowed handle a spring engages the inserted part , and the weight of the commodity in the scoop contfacts this Slri...

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 — 30 September 1904

. . . . . . \ ' - THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE September' "t I _ _ . _ _ _ 30 , 1904 I . _ . , _ _ . _ . 4 Surprised Thein. Although the Colts do not be- long to time National league , still it is not because they cannot play as veil but for the simple reason 'lk that they havn't the practice , timc and bear the name of amatcur. The Omaha team certainly had a surprise which lasted during the entire I.mme 1\tcsday. The extraordinary manner in which Rueggc pitched the sphere and the wonderful quality of Po- teet with the mit certainly pro- duccd a sensation among the league paj'ers.tl'hen. ! . when Scars the first man up featured . ( ' . by knocking a home run with thc first ball tossed by Leibhardt they commenced thinkin ? . G I in i c s made a lovely hit in the fourth inning , while Cornell mad e a " peach ) " catch in the fifth in- .ning' . Whcncvcr anyone can beat : . . . . , Foehlinger and Foster stealing bases wc just wish they would notifiy us , as they did excellent work both on bas...

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 — 30 September 1904

- - - - - - - . - ; II ; AND Re } ort Courteous. At IL dlnucr party the other even' IIII- a cullow youth found himself Heated between two young men who own n lIIerchullt allorlllg ( establish- III CII t. " ) -a whn0 hcell idaCd between two-nw-tallors , It seems , " remarked hit 1lllIlclottl. "Yeti , " rCll1ed ) one of the young men , "nllll nt the present stage of the game wo have ollly one goose between liS " - - - Looked the Part. I . . o - \ The Cop-Yes , sir , yer honor , an' nfJ I was passing by the corner the prisoner ' Ollel' here , who was blockading 110 sidewalk \ ] , sprang at mo treat and struck mo will his : ! fist and It was only by superhuman effort dat I brung him here. ) .I . ' . " , - ' - All Her FauHs. 1\Iy client , " amid the counsel ] for .tho plaintiff ] In a hreach'or'Jlromlso case , "Informs me that you frequently put your arm around her waist. " "SlIro I dM , " admitted the dofond. nil t , "but it was always nt her request ! IInti I am too good.natured to dec...

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 — 30 September 1904

I September 30 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . ' , I' EEcluccdionalDepariinenz Conducted : County Superintendent : : ! RULO. ) k School work is well under way and a decided interest is shown on the part of both pupils and teachers A telephone has been installed in the school building whit will be a convenience to all concerned- The new heating plant has becn tried and not found wanting so far. During the cool days of the second week of school the heat came in very handy for It a day or two. 'rhe total attendance - ance is 1 ( H. . thc outlined . According to plan 6 -t thc institute i , the teachers of Rule and vicinity met in thc high : ' ) chool room Saturday afternoon. . All the town teachers and sever- al from the cOUlllry were prescll t. , , Quite an interest was manifested in the work for the yc ar and we hope to derive both benefit and , , pleasure from the work. The next meeting will be held at the home of Prof. C. l\L French , Fri- day evening Oct. 7th. - - - - Dist.18 has a...

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 — 30 September 1904

_ H _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ POSTS CAPTURED THREE DAYS' FIGHTING IN PORT ARTHUR VICINITY. - JAPANESE SUCCESS REPORTED They Capture qcveral Important PostsThclrLosscs , However , Ac cording to Russian Sources , Were Unusually Scvere. - arm FOO-An a result of the bnt- tie before Port Arthur , which I ) ( ) an on September ) 111 ! I , the Japanese ) sue- CCOllcl ( In captnrhng \ several important posts ) and Sunday the Russian tenure or the big fort JullrllltlJ the north , northeast and northwest Hides of the town hI seriously thrclltenee1. Chinese formation places the Japanese . allCHO losses under aooo for the three da > 'H' fighting , and this comparatively : . Iy Hlllall casualty list Is duo to the excessive care used ( hy the Japanese ) 111 malting their preparations for the udvllncc. HURHhlll sources , however , claim to have Information that the Japanese losses wore unusually se- ! voro , alllol1l1t1ng to fully three times . the number montlollod ( ahove. Possibly . the most...

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 — 30 September 1904

I September 30 19u4 1 r1J . l ' ALLS Lily ' 1 KIts U 1\J h : ! . . . . - " - - - - - - LOCAL AND PERSO AL. ( Eat Sowles Candy. \V. Schmucker is a S1. Louis visitor this week. 1\1rs. Thomas of Lincoln is vis- j ; iting in this c.ity. , Dr. Rush , diseases of children. \ : \ \ ' . H. Hogrefc was down from Stella Saturday. Hiram Spencer and . wife left . for St. Louis Sunday. : D. I-I. Scars was in Hiawatha on business Saturday. , Dr. A. Gaiscr , dentist over , - Richardson county bank. ' \Vanted-'l"wo Barrel of good Cider Vincgar.-O.P. : Hc k. I Lucile Mettz resumed her studies at St. Joseph l\'londay. Lillian Schmidli returned to her home in St. Joseph Sunda' , . . . . Joe Harper , the liveryman of , } : . ' . Shubert , was in thc city Sunday. d ,4. complete line of fresh and . ' cured meats at Coupe & 'rhorn- tons 1 . . \Vanncr is the place to buy . your pens , ink , pencils and tab- - lets. Mrs. Gee , Shields and child returned - - turned from White Cloud Satur- 1 day aftcrnoon...

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 — 30 September 1904

- - FINE - - COLLECTION : - F ARMO .I - Treasure Secured by New York Mct -ropolltnn Museum of Art. I I Ono of the most distinguished ! cx 11I111ts which the great museums may house has bean opolled to public seru tiny In the Metropolitan Museum of Art In Central Park It Is the famous ' ' ' ' . , , , , , ' , . ) " " . , /I" . ! r'Y .I ( - ' I",4 : : t , , : ' 1" , ' , : " , " 'i1f. r/Mt ; 'iI1 t7l. . ; ' f ; ( " + 1 , ' 't\ ' + , . \ . /illtjt { , , ; : " ' ; : ; . tV : " " ; ' ' ' /-J I" J , I , ' , , . { M'i7.0tf.eJ r. : + \ . t ; t7W " lI l ; lf' ; : . " , ' iyl , . , tIlII ' . ' . ' ; . 7 I . . . ' , vtl' , : . ; fil'r.ttt'.7 : " "f.'lII : ; ' I . i , ; 'J ' ' . ' ' ' ' ( ' ' .f'.1 " " ' . : . . , I , " . . . . ; ,1 4 1/ µ " , l / ha , "r / / yY . . . _ ti1 - N , . ; : i , " , "jlt.I'I//J. . , , I 'N . . I " I. If" , 1s , a , µ yY Frj/F1) L ) , ,1 I ,1i i wd 2t" , 4 . * I./ ! ' , . ' 1.l If 'U/f.'II / / , , I r' " ! /rtJ"i ; . ; ' , , It'z ; z : , Il j y arrl ; r , -s I qW- , . ,...

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 — 30 September 1904

' . . Set temler ; o. IQ04 TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - . - - - - - - LOCAL , AND PERSONAL 1 < ( . - - - r" ' , " Sec \VnnBer . for tablets. rt' \ J. A. Alcxander was up from : : , , , St. Joe 'l'ueRdar. . ' . . . . . "Thcn you need a tablet call at - . . . . ' .1. G , Wamnct - . ' 1. - > , k : . . \\'tn. bile ) ' cause don from , . , . Da'SO1 : Monday. A. F. lobinson was over from , ) \Iorrill , Sat urday. Alice McCray of Stella waR in - .our city Sallirday. ' 1 . H. E. Stouffer of Salcm spent : , t , Sunday in this city. ti . Jacob Reich of Dawson spent Sunday in F'alls city. . . . . 1 J as. C. Spear and family spent i . Sunday in thc country. , Go to A. G. \Vanncr for all kinds of school supplies. . I. " ' , Gurney griftiths was lip from I ; I : Preston Tuesday afternoon. George Schmcl7.cl made a husi- . . . ness trip to Lincoln Monday. . . . . . . " : ' Dr. R. P. Roberts , dentis...

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 — 30 September 1904

" ' Allen' . Foot.Ease , Wonderful Remedy. 'llII\VO ' tried ALI..JgN'S ' FOO'I'-EASE , and find It to ho n certain cure , and gives com- art , to one suffering with sore tender and 8wollon toot. I will rocommotHl ALLEN'S , . oOT-EASE to my fricndh , as It is certainly a wonderful rClllcdy.-Mrs. N. U. Guilford Now Orleans , La. " The oil oC kindness Is enhanced by being carried In the cnn or courtosy. Defiance Starch should ! be In every household , none 80 good I , heHllles 4 " oz. more for 10 cents limn flny other brand ot cold water IItflrch. + Moat Active Volcano. Mount Snnguny Is the most active - volcano In the world. It Is In Ecuador , In 17,120 feet In height , and has been In constant activity since 1728. The sounds or Its erullllons are sometimes heard In Quito , 150 miles dl8tant , and 267 reports were once counted In one hour. Pathetic Appeal for Sympathy. Did you ever carry two suit cases , n hat box and a bag ot fruit onto n train that was just starting , for n woman , ...

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