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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 October 1904

f" October IL } 'I904 , ; . I1-1h PALLS lll Y 'I K 113 U 1V L . . . . _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - : LOCAL AND PERSONAL. : ' Sec \Vanncr for ta.blets. / , - ' , John Holt returned Sunday . . . .l from . St. Louis. -L. . . V. G. Lyford was a St. Louis ; visitor 1\Ioticla3 Joe Miles returned from Cali- fornia Sunday. E. O. Lewis was Kansas City visitor Frit1ay. , Ike Lyons. sr. , was a incolll . visitor Saturday. I F. V\T. Cleveland left 'Vcdncs- day for Chicago. Mrs. Win Mohlcr : went to Kan- J sas City Wednesday , Will Casey is now employed on M. Giannini's Bus Linc. . Simon Davies returned to Auburn - burn Monday aftcrnoon. Mrs. Sullivan and daughter arc ' ; I visiting in Lockridgc , I P. ' 'k . George Wertz came up from St. Joseph on No. : 15 Monday. \ \Vintcrbottom and wife left Sunday morning for St. Louis. F.1. . Pearl and wife of Hia- watha spent Sunday in this city. Pork sausage ! and hamburger fresh every day at Coupe L'el'llOrn- tons. tons.Dr. Dr. R. P. Roberts.denti...

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 — 14 October 1904

- - - - - . WASH BLUE Cost 10 cents and equals 20 cents worth 01 any other kind of bluing. ' Break Won't Freeze , Spill , Nor spot Clothes DIPIIOTION8 FOil UBEU Witle-6ttcls around in the bJater. At aU wise Grocer. .77' - . . : .c" One.Room Lodging House. In 11 Police court case ut Burnloy , J\Hlnl1d , It Will ! eluted that the ac cured man , his wife and eight children alopt in one hedroom. One of the chl1. dl'en said that in the summer they , took In "hl1ymnltol's a8 lodgers" \Vhcl'o clo they sleep ( ? " asked ! the 1IIa/ll.Itl'l\to. / 'O'n the roof , " was the 1'0. lly. Salt Arsenic. The public nnnlyist oC Milrylobono , London , has discovered In three out of eleven examples oC salt arsenic In the proportion of ,0024 grain a pound. This was twice us much ns the experts . Iorts consider hal'mlOlla. Ascend the Gabclhorn. The Gnbolhorn , Canton Valois , Switzerland , was ascended for the , first time recently hy two tourists and n guldo. Many attempts have been nlllllo during the la...

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 — 14 October 1904

- . , . " . . . . ' " . . ; . - " ' . , 1.t . . . ' ' . , . . \ . " /C. . ' . , i' : October ' , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . 14 , 1904' . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ! ' . . f THE . FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I Published Every Friday at , ! ; . . ti ' FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA t . ' By TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO II ' } , Entcred as scco1Hl-class matter , Janu- r . ary 12 , 1904at the post officat balls ' ! ' City , Ncb. , nnderthe Act of congress of March 3 , 1879. , y . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR , I Telephone No. 226. . REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President , . Theodore Roosevelt , N. Y , , , ' , For Vice President , , Chas.V. . Fairbanks , Ind. ' 1' " < Presidential . Elcctors- ! , , . ' , ' F.A. Barton , Pawnee " " ' . ; . A. C. Smiths Douglas , ' " , ' , A. C. Abbott , Dodge ' ; ' " , , ' 1' . L. Norval , Seward " - , \V.P. Hall : , Phelps I , \ . M. A. Brown , Buffalo ' 7ft , . H. H. \Vihon , Lancaster . . " t. J. C. Robinson , Douglas . I" . . . , GO\'C\.ilOr--u- _ ' 1 _ _ J. ...

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 — 14 October 1904

. . . - - - - - - - , - - - - - - ' - - . - . , - - - , - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , - 1 f \ k 'd , Leather Trimming. : A decided novelty In the way or trimming for some of the new nun'li veiling waists are the turn-ovcl' collar and cuUrI made of soft leather. An oXllmllle of this Iii 11 Ullo.bIlIO ( waist trimmed with collar and cuffs oC bolt tall leather , In shape ! somewhat ) similar to the emhroldered and lace cellar and cuff setH , HO much In demand during the spring nllll summer Honson. Leather trimmings are being used to some extent on the now tailored suits find raincoats , lO that this novelty may meet with Quito as much oC u success fie It waist trimming as In the other lines of rcnd"Jnndo garments. - - - Combination Under Garment. I I The advantage that the combined : under garment : means In a reduction or hulk nt the waist and over the hips Iii n well-rocognlzed one and Is apparent ' parent at a glallce. The mode ) illustrated . trated alpcals to every woman who '...

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 — 14 October 1904

I . I k : THE BALLAD OF THE SAUCY KITTY - \ . .l. ; s ' - - Once I was shipped as engineer upon the Saucy Klttr. , As good a tug us ever swam 1'0 seaward from the cltr. 1 We pounded down the Hook one day , IIn oily swell a-rollhlg- , One of those heavy , soggy : days , with nil the bell buoys tolling , 'l'here's weather In the Mouth , " says I. "You bet , " sars Bill Mnguhe , t "And IC we get a ! lalllnRhlp : , we'll mac ! hcr pay our hire . " 'Ve sQutterpd down the sliding ! seas surd spluttered In t11C trough , Until the Jersey shore abeam lay 1/i / : eu miles ort' And there we hailed a Spanish : hlg ! with spats us tall as thlll1tlf'I' , i 't' And she was fl'elA'htell to the decks and rolling gunwales ulHlf'I' , "Now bllll ' " ' _ , ' " 1110 weather's coming qulelt , , bully boys , soya Bill Mktilte : ; And If we take that brig we'll have Il job to make liS sic ) ( . " 1Ve rounded to h. : , , 'dlh her stein and , "Hey ! " enys CliP MaguIre , * 4 "D' 'e want Ii lOw ? You'll need I...

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 — 14 October 1904

. . , , , - , . I , . ; ' " . " . . . . . ' . ' " : , - . . ' . , I I I. j.o < , ' , , ' 1/ ' ' " , . . . . . . . " , " " , ! , . " 'J , .v to' . . , . . , , " . , . ' , < ' , f . " ' I' \ ' - . , " ! , I : , " ' ' 'I. " ' : ! It. . . , . . . . . _ ' . r , . October 14 1904 1- THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I Educational Department Conducted : CountyJuperintendent : ! 'l his year thc schools of Rich- .mlson county require lag tcach- crs. Of this number 27 are be- g-inners. 'l'hcy have made special preparation for their chosen work and are ' conscientious hard work- ing- young people with a determination - nation to succecd. Let us give them . all the cncouragemcnt we can. It is thc duty of the school board "to stand by thc tcachcr" and. encourage her by giving friendly counsel and all thc ncc- cssary text , books and suppl1cs. Give her a hearty hand slake and let her know that you appreciate her efforts in behalf . of your child- , rcn. Hearty coo...

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 — 14 October 1904

' . . . , ar " " 4 . LARGEST IRRIGATION ENTER. , , PRI8E IN AMERICA. The Twin Falls Land and Water Company , located , all the Snake river , twenty-tour miles south of Shoshone station , the largest IrrIgation cnter- prise In America , involving rl : expen- diture of over two million dollars und reclaiming two hundred and seventy ' ( , five thousand acres of the richest valley lands In the state of Idaho , Is now practically completed and will be delivering water on the lands within - the next sixty to ninety da 's. The main canal , sixty-nino mlles IQng , Is eighty feet wide at the bottom , one hundred and t'entfo1l' feet al the top and carries ten fool of water. The project Is being constructed under the Carey act , and comes under the 1m mediate supervision of the Idaho State Land Bonrd Last fall the Lund Board authorized the opening of 30.- 000 acres of this land to public entry , and notwithstanding the fact that no water would bo delivered this year , all of this land has been...

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 — 14 October 1904

, , , . ' " , . , . . .If"l , ' . . , ' " . " ! "t > . , . ' . ; , ' , ' . . , ' , ' 'I' " , " ' " . ht . " . . " t' ' ; _ ) i October 14 19U4 Tl.l1 l l.LL l-ll Y KIUUNg : - - - - - - - - - - - - Among tjle Sports Jake Norris bagged the first Jack and Mr. Schnutc thc first cluck of the scason. . The Colts and thc All Stars will do the war dance at Poteets park nest Sunday nernoon. This is the season when the hollow boom of the guns on the bottom land tell of the gay and festive mallard and the elusive " " "Jack. A IIU1110er of the local sports have leased thc Keim & ' [ 'owle lakes during thc open season. 'L'hose who participate in thc lease pay four dollars each for the scason. Anyone not a mC1l1- her of the club wilt bc prosecuted f hunting on the premises 'Yhat's the matter with a lo- cal foot ball team ? .l'hanksg-h'- iUg" without fool ball is about as hollow as Christmas without Santa Claus. \Ve have an abun- dance of good material alHl have the best foot ball town in se...

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 — 14 October 1904

. . 3 , I y \ I f WAR MANY YEARS ! j I THIS IS WHAT COUNT OKUMA SAYS IN AN ADDRES8. : 1 i - .r WARNS THE PEOPLE TO PREPARE I It . , Tells the Japanese that They Must : ? ' - Sacrifice Many Things to Attain Suc I cess-Charges Corruption In Military . tary and Other Departments. . . . TOKIO-In addressing the members ( of the united clearing houses of ToMe . klo Thursday Count Okuma , the lender . , er of the progressive party , warned the people to prepare for a long war , the date of the determination of , ' \ , which it was now impossible to fore' I ' . iell. He predicted that the cost to t\ , Japan for a two years' war , including * i the loans which had already been ' ' 0 placed and the expenses consequent : upon the war at its termination , would total $1,000,000,000 , which would make the per capita share , amount to $20. Count Okuma said . " that corruption appeared to pervade the military , political and financial departments . , , ' partments of the Russian government and tha...

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 — 14 October 1904

- - - . . October 14 1904 TIlE I'AL1.S CrLY ' TRIBC E _ _ . . . . _ _ . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ _ _ _ _ . _ 0' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . School Board fleets. 'l'lte acltool board of < 1ircctol's mct Mon < ] ny night with t.he fol- lowinl nieniliers present , V. G. yfol'c1 , John Jlichty , Hat'ry P. CURtcr , D. 1) . Neavis , W. S. Kor- n1' and George Jcnning-s. After roll call the miiiutes of the pre- violts meeting were read and an- IH'O\'cc1. J. Bode concerning the treasury ! ' gave the following : l egi5tcred warrants $14019.00 Cash on timid $553.00 Motion : ; was then made and car- ried that all hills he allowecl. Supt.V. . II. Pillsbury submitted thc report ag follows. \Vhole number enrollcd ( ,79 A\'ct'ilg'c remaining 656 Average daily attendance ,30 Per cent ofmcmhcrship attd. 96 Pel' cent of " " pU\1ct. \ 99.7 No of visitors 31 1'he school board adjourncd until ' .I lItlrscluy of this week to dC'ter...

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 — 14 October 1904

' . 'I.t ' I ? t Dolce Far Nlente. _ / A little time oC silence ln the heal , I A little lime oC Indolent delight , A little slumber lit her gentle feet t Who brings enchantment anti excess of , light : I 'little lanulll ! dreaming : In the Sill , \ And , uhf how simply happiness Is wont Long have we toll'd In dusty city waYR. To snare the flying form that will not turn And bless us nil our bitter , strenuous days : Long have we borne with hearts that . throb and yearn , The sting oC sorl'ow. Every humnn woe ? _ _ _ has stricken us , and yet we did not . t . . know , " ' 0 dill not know what happy 1ll'pamOl's guess That only when the busy hands are still _ _ AntI thought contents Itself In idici1o : ; , , IF : she subservient to our grasping will , . ; ' Then' 'twixt II slumber and Il sigh , man hears P The mem'ry haunting music of the 'OIl1'S. A little limo shut In with flow'l's mill . leaves , A little space to watch the clouds go , by , { 1' Drifting In depths of blue , ' and sad...

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 — 14 October 1904

. . . . _ . , - - - = ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - F ' . . \ October 1 4 I 190.1 TIlE FALLS CITY .LRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - Correspondence News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents - - - - - - Ohio Precinct. S. TI. KI11Hcly and wife Sun- daycd with Grandpa Pcck. Amiss Shraug-er is a guest of 1\1 rs. N. B. Burnworth this wcek. Born , to 1\-Tartin ; Nolte and wife last Saturday ; , a son. A number of young people of this vicinity drove to St. Del'Oin SunCiay for paw-paws. . Mrs. John .Wiltse spent a few days with her parents this week. A. 1) . Humbarg-cr and wife left for their home last week after a visit with Mrs. IIUtl1barg-crs par- cn ts. ts.Hc Hc\ YOdCl' and ; wife left for . their homc last week after a few days visit with relativcs. 1\1rs. 0'1\ [ am's little son . who had his arm injured a few weeks mgo : is able to attenl school again. - - - - - - Verdon. kraal \'crsolc nnd two chil- drcn spent Sunday with L. A. Kinscy and fnmily. li John Chamhctlai...

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 — 14 October 1904

, , . , , . , - - - - - "II'- ' ' \ " " . DARKEST RUSSIA j , uy n. RATTAN I ONNI r.I.X. . . . , Copyright , 1896 . by Street tie Smith , All rights re2ervcd. _ _ _ A _ _ A _ _ A _ _ _ A _ _ A _ . " ' _ _ A. _ _ ft. _ _ _ - - . - - - - . - . - - . , . W-Vr . . .r- . -V.---V.-- CHAPTER XVII.-Contlnued. "Verr well , " said the courier , "re' i spect his wIshes until ho 11\vclkes. 1 , will see him myself before 1 go. Alexis = I A ? Pctroffslr , " he added , as he entered t the name In his heel "It will 110 my duty to lay his noble conduct before ( the authorities with n view or getting t him a par on. " lie paused n monwnt f and then sharply : asked't1y : was he bagged when 1 arrived ? " "lIo hall been vilifying our imperial m:18tor the czar , " BIlIII Katherlno. "And cursing our holy church , " ; mIlled Nicholas. A shade of disappointment ) ) passed i ' over the face of the courier. "I am sorry to hear It , " he said. 'fhen ho was silent and thoughtful for a moment. "See that 1 have fr...

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 — 14 October 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 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 October 1904

J . . , r October IL . I9o. THE FALLS CITY J , RIBUNE r . " , ctob..r : : , . . < ' ' ; ' 'It E.Grinste , don ' ' . . " . . . Matters tteits : Driai1age , . . : . . . ; . ' . - . ; At Humboldt this week we . , , " ' , . t. * . , \ - : , _ , found a mil n who has been tole . and who believes thc story , that . , . thc Mo. River has been known to -i i > . back the waters in thc Ncmaha ; . . River up to Dawson. Hc is , an. " , " excellent and ' intelligent , . ' a'cry 'r " gcntcl11an , but lilac : many of us ; ; - : , " arc , 'on l11any bjccts , doesn't ; , : , . stop to think what absurd pro- .r . . . ' , pusttions arc sometimes belicv- cd. . how water mark just below Dawson'stinill and at thc mouth . : . \ . . : .1 : - , , of thc Mo. River i each has an elevation - ' { vation whose difference is not , , less than 100 ft , ; according thc - United States Geodetic survey , . , Ir , the 10 , river has 1 an annual 1 - 111lxium raise of fifteen feet. It has in forty years a maXH1111...

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 — 21 October 1904

i . . . . . . . . . . , . , . . atht l 1 . t a i / l f. , \ atit.l . ! r.ihnttt. .tJ : , . ' - - - , VOLUME'ALLS I _ _ CITY : , _ \ : : lmlS'I \ \ , 'Rl\ \ DAY , OCTOBER . 21 , 1904. NUMUER - . 4 p _ . . > _ _ > _ _ _ _ _ . h _ _ . _ _ I 1 - . . ' = ' : . : : r. ! . ! : _ - - 1 7 : ; yyyg lIW-1 TA. ) i . ' . . _ ) .l . ! . .b. P A . _ i . Sti : J i I.'j ' . . , . . Are doubtless aware that the valuation put on their property . by the assessors . does not COI1- ; it.oI the amount of their tax. j r &S & TH 8 LEVY fHA T COUNTS. For instance : if your property is assessed at $4,000.00 and the county board made a four null levy , you will pay Hess taxes than you would if the assessment was $2,000.00 and the county , . board made a ten rniii levy. IT is Ti-IE LEVY TI AT COUNTS. ' The taxes for next year will show an increase over the past year. It might lie , , eli to ina . q quire \vhere the saint jiesi = with the Revenue Law or the democratic county board. LET US R1Ar SON ...

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 — 21 October 1904

- - - FIGHT CONTINUES TIDE OF BATTLE NOW NEARER MU. . < DEN. - FIGHT RENEWED DAY BY DAY The Conflict of Saturday Continued on Sunday with Kouropatkln Attacking -Russlana Forced Back to the Sacred - cred City. - I MUKDEN-There wall a lull III the battle Saturday , hilt fighting ! was con. tinned Sunday on the rlJ.ht. The army Is southwest of here tOil mlloH It Is now certain that the army will lie able to extricate Itsolf. The losses amount. to :10,000 : , It. has been n bigger - gor battle than Llno Yang gvonlnJ.-'l'ho firing to time southwest - west Is less vlolont. The men are tired out and food lids been 1111:111111. : clont. Every available gun and mllli are being u8ed. The troops have behaved . l1l1.ved most gallantly , hurling themselves - selves repeatedly against impregnable ) positions. The heavy storm of Octo- ber 101 added to the misery of the I troops 'I'horo Is great depression , hilt I solid tenacity among time mono 'l'horo I ' has been great sacrifIce of omcerH. Th...

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 — 21 October 1904

October _ . . 21 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - . - - - - - . - - - - - - . - . . . _ - . . - - ' . . Q. . : f r " r 1 " . . . - . , , . : . , I . . . . . : . . k . I' e ' , , , ; t. ' . . " ; f : I . , . ' f \ j . . , fr. v . , . 4 . . ( - . ; _ ] j * l Jy II . IcS\ . } \ I i ; & 4 Vt .i. } < L ; % / c /11 " . , W . . \ . .r.j' \ - , Gft / FN ' . ! ' > I . . . , . . \ - " "G\ 3S ; - , . : p ( \ . ' ' ' ' . f ! " . " ' 'r.fc. v 'J I r IM M . " " . " , z " , " . ' ' 1 . i' ! ' . j : . . , . ' . , " , ' . . . ' I-'r. . J . ' . ' . -'f , . . . J . , . --t . . , : ; " ' 'i . " , . . ' . . ! . . .f. . . . Copyright 1904 by Asa f Hart Schaffner & Marx . , : . The label is a guarantee to the t customer that the garmL..ts V Z tl at bear it are reliaLle in every detail. y'S , \ . . .unoxrw. ' . . . . . . . . . . . . " " " " " = . _ . r - _ u . _ _ . _ . _ _ .u _ _ _ . 'l. Y qJ. 'l"TJ ! j1 11 ' " y 1 'S ( ! nM M ! \ : g , , , . l n\ ' I . . . . . , , " tf Ii' . y . " j ...

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 — 21 October 1904

. . . - _ . . - - - - - . . . . - . . . - . . . . - - . _ . . . . . . . . . 4 I - - - I 4 I III D.nd , I IN'vN11 iaJ I' ' TlJo > o- The Cln&en Light Cure. Unltell Stntcs Consul Frazier of COjJ1hllgcn , l'nll1url , reports that In the Flnsen Medical Light Inslftllto , now IL state lianltllrlllll1 , 1,3G7 cases had been tt'oatoll up to May , 1903 ! , hy the Flnson rays . Of thoHO most were IIIIIIIR'lIlgurlH , und In about 1,01)0 ) cases the beRt / results : had been nttain cII , RO thnt "In most cases ono may cOllnt definHel upon n cure , " to use the cJfI1dnl langllago. The doctor nt the Institute are extremely conservative - lIve and never promise to effect n I cure ; hilt the records show that In u mnjol'lty of the cases where sufferers 4 have boon oncolIl'lIged by being admitted . mltted us pullonts curds have been effeetod. In the one case of the American jllltlont where the physi- clans ' not ' determined whether have yet - or they can give relief , It appears the patient...

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 — 21 October 1904

October 21 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . , - - , - - , . - - , - ' THE - FALLS - CITY - STATE BANK ' COl\HHANDS ' your attention and solicits your business because it is a safe and conservative institution-incorpor. ated under the laws of the state of Nebraska. It I is a bank for all the people.rjch and poor , men , women and children. It is courteous and accommodating its patrons , according" them all the privileges consistent with good banking' It accords equal privileges to the small as well as the large borrower or depositor. It seeks to ; 'I ' advance the best interests of the customer and the community and is always pleased to offer suggestions to those of its patrons desiring counsel. - - " - . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - GETTING RICH t . . Sonic people become wcaHhy. Why ? Because tily spend " " ; " " less than they make. The average man ( lees not save 1I10nc\ , I " , , -that's why we have so ' - ' . - is w many aver...

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