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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 October 1904

. . : October 21 m 190.\ \ TI [ E I FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' 1' . . - - - - - - - . . . * 1 # 4' . Vf , 4 # wr. : N'f1NftN 'AA.AANftif } $ I 1 I . -D 1..1 1 ' ' . . . If a ronlze liome Industry , . ; if . t. . .o. . _ . . . , . . . . . . \jRJ.j : : ill " : "l . . - . . . : " " . ' , N. " " . , ; . .kf , . I. ' . , . = .fa' ! , = Ir mreI = jI ; . -J ( 9ur' t ° E ! r I L I G BEER " " " . ! . We have the herne trade and intend to keep it i ti'Ati 11af' _ ' ! a'Y/-r".l/CaS [ .wta. JJC4.'w ? RKQL M/ww1O.Y/ 1Lw/1 ' _ . . . . . . . - - . _ . . la wTfrlw - - . . . ' . . . . . . 1iJr' - tu : . . . . . . . Ya ew J.twY.awL.rt.wOK - fMa1/0M1 / . . . . - . . . . - - - - _ . . Mwa9R l/f . w/.W . ' . , . 'i J r I' Trade " S Q I . t f Jug II a . a Soecialty . I . - h7 We htatldle i. W. HARPER and ENSYL\'ANiA RYE I 1 , . DONE BETTER MADE ( . i \ , - J'I 3 _ _ _ . . A + a.nar-swa.a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ x.ww.rm. _ _ _ . _ _ - - - z.nann _ . . .srsoar..w + rw _ . _ . Lunch of every Foreign and Domestic Clueese. H...

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 — 21 October 1904

I ' . , I _ _ _ _ , 't ' f . , . :4 : . t M . ' w :1 : ti . . 1- } r 1 i.a ty . ' tf Sr'1. ; : ; , aor : : , ) L ; ' ( . " ; : } f- , , : - 7 l f A1 rlt l { :4h , , [ ' n F . ' tnNKij t , M r' at w hr r tt f M j , , . .f I * / - , . . . Biography of "Old Moses" Age , 45 YC < 1rs. Weight , 1,000 pounds. Killed : 4 men , 800 head of cattle , horses , colts , etc. Shot over a hundred times. Reward offered for him for thirty YC:1rs. Cost of his depredations , $30,000. Identified by toe missing on right hind foot. I "Old 1\1080 , " the most dreadful griz zly bear In the United States , met death befitting his long life of murder and outrage on a recent Saturday ovonlng. Ills last shulIl was made In a qunltlng asp draw wIthIn the con . fines of hIs home among the broken rocks at the northwest corner of Black mountnln. no dIed befitting hIs rank and lay down In his last sleep with imposing grundeur. i Shot through and through times without number , baited with every device and cunnIng k...

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 — 21 October 1904

, ' . ' ' I' ; < " . l'4 October _ ? I , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - M $3,800 BANI < RUPTSTOCI < $3,8001 i A : : : : ; : : : c : : : : : : v-e : : : : : . . . , . Sao , 000 Bankrupt Stock was sold at St. Louis , Mo. , last week. We were fortunate enough to get a portion. it. We worth of fine , l\'Icn's , ' and Children's Suits ' of e captured $3 , See up-ta-date Boys'and and Overcoats , Ladies' ) and Gent's Furnishing Goods \ at Fifty Cell t.5 on the Dolhtr. Having added $ 3 , See worth of goods unexpectedly ! to our already large stock means that these goods must bc sold , as our store room is now vercrowded.Ve are ' f going to have a Thirty Day Sale to unload. It I is impossible to quote prices on the thousands of items which we . will have in this sale , bU we will give } ou some idea how the stock is going to bc so d. ; : : wn. . . . . : , . . . _ . . . . Sensational Prices in Mens' I ( Boy ' : and ChiMren"s Clothing at A. W. SEFF'S - , . - , - - , Mcn's Extra Flu...

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 — 21 October 1904

. . _ . . . - - - - - - - crAP' ; $ , o\ ( jJiLa x c . s Taking Care of the Cropo. 1'ho greatest : handicap } which call 'ho placed Oil 1IIIl11el' Is to have to /Jlltmlll : with the off - grade whcat. Whent thatt hall been wet ill the shock , sprouted , bleached , musty staff , mean to ill\llll1o amid impossible III gl'llId , this Is mho worst of all evils which may beset the operative and one of the greatest sources of loss ill running the mlll. 'J'hl'I'O III also the wheat which has gone Into the stack 111 apparent good shape nllll llccnlllie of had winds Illld heavy rains become soaked with water . tm' Illld then hy heating become stacl : 1llll'Iledlllil / 1I1OIIIIIy , 01' gone into the hlllll In n damp condition and come out later IUI bin . burned wheat , which Iu not only deceptive stuff to buy , but which makes unsound flour and loss If by any mischance It reaches mho 1'01lH. No oilier subject III of more vital hnpol'tnllco tll millers than the quality of the wheat they t gl'l...

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 — 21 October 1904

. . - : ' _ - , October 21 , 1Co4 ) THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE r , . . EducationalVepartment- . . , Conducted by CountySupermtendent Crock.er : 'rhe winter term It the State . . Normal bcgi.s Novembcr 28. , - - - - - . . . ' t In Richard county there are 6,4,5 children of school age. 'rhe next meeting of the "Rich- 'reachers' A.soci- ardson County , : : - ation" will be held in Falls City , Friday evening and Saturday , November 11th and 12th. l\liss.l\Iabel Whitaker teacher . in Dist. 78 was thrown from a . horse last Saturday and seriously hurt. Miss : Btiz'lbcth i Hossack , : " . , who is taking a vacation while a new floor is being placed in her school house taught for Miss \Vhitaker this week. ' -'he com ulsory education law , , which has been for so long iso- . - latcd with impunity on every hand in this city , ( Humboldt ) is , to begardcd in the future , as the board of education announce their intention of causing trouble , for some one. They are making i a quiet canvass and pr...

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 — 21 October 1904

1 Are Perfumes Dllinfectanld I asked a doctor In England If perfumes . fumes are really dllSenh : < : tanLs. "No : ' he said. "HoW' can they be ! " I ukcd a doctor here In France the same question and be answered : "lals oul , Madame , sans ooute , " and explained that the basis of every perfume . fume Is a. strong essential oil or some kind , and that those essential oils are anllsepllc. Now which Is righL- London Truth Religion and Labor. A man's profession or trade Is not only not IncompaUbbJe with religion / ( provided Il be a lawful one ) , Ills his . religion. Earnestness In a lawful calling - log l'5 not worldJlneEs. ; ; A profession Is the sphere oC our actlYlt ) . There Is something sacred In work. To work In thw appointed sphere Is to be tell- sJout-F. W. Robertson. . Great Catch of Sturgeon. A Milford Haven ( England ) ltrawler recently / landed twelve vane sturgeon , caught In one haul. Some ot them were six feet long Such a catch has never been known pre\'lousl Cure ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 October 1904

. : . October 21 1904. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . , . 1 ( _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ . . . ; - - J'J , The First Nutl1ber. I The first Itttmuer of thc series , of 'Sphinx cntcrtaintl1cnts wilt bc a lecture given by Frank IcCurc I , Chaffee. Subject "Goblins of ; . ' : , jI our Gran lfathers. " On Salur- daj'nig'hlOct. 29 1904 at thc : Gehling' theater. \Ve arc proud of Chaffee and pleased to have him open thc course of cntertainmcnts. Hc is , a philosopher and full of wit and ' ( humor. He combines every \ quality , that goes to make up a ! platform favoritc. His common sense philosophy , 1m ; originality of expression and his grand fund of humor makes him universally I popular in thc lecture ficld. I " \V urge all our people to sec I'V I' ' that they go and take thc familr. i You will enjoy every minute of it : and will feel more than' repaid i , beside helping along a good . : - - cause ill halls City. Such attractions - , tractions arc not bough on per cent , but must ue paid a certain ...

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 — 21 October 1904

. . . . . acseaawr..awpw.wwxW..w..w..w + „ , w..wow _ _ _ . . _ . _ _ .w. . . „ . . 4 . The Peace of the Mountains . I wlllh I coulll get the peace or the moun- 1/111111 Into me The mountains or Goll11'0 over cUll , fuller . or rest : "Do r1tllel" they 1111) , nllll IIrt their loughlll Ute IU'/I\'l'lI : The lark with U\ \ Ills wings 1111 ho rises brullhl'lI their crest : They gather lilt fuse IIr III1WII , the glory of oven ; The night With her 111111'11 leans 011 them , breast 10 her brl'l\lIt. I wI/lh I coulll gel the IICIICO or the moulI- Inhlll line ml' And 1I0t' 10 hll\'o nil the worlll n trouble to mo. I am full or frets and ! rnthuOH , 111111'1'8 /llIlI fears : I wish the moulllllhHI woulll tell 010 their secret of Irllce. They have ( seek then horn turd tile nil the I w elk of their hlllllhi Puss llko the leaves of autumn : Increase 111111 decrease or natural things and the years , like IL IIIL/Illrul of sands , HUll out anti bo dune and ! the nations wit her and Cl'IISl' Th...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 October 1904

4 - Falls City Tribune _ . _ - ' - - - - - - - - - - - - BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. FALLS CITY . . l\EBRASK.-\ . _ . ' . .oJ _ . _ -----I 'l'lteHO ate the Instructions for fitting . tlllg the latest style at corsets : 'StAnd on the balls of your feet . stiffen your . . I knees , and wiggle your shoulders. . " i Woull1n't that gin you a fit ! I II I A Chicago judge has decided that : haltrlmmlng Is not art , but skilled 18-1 bor. He probably arrived at this conclusion . i elusion because of his inability to understand . i derstand how art could come so high. : The dressmakers' edict that at least thirty yards will have to go Into a dress hereafter convinces many hus- bands and fathers that their last year's suits will bold together one more win- ter. The Columbus man who accuses his wife 01 throwing 8 big Iron spoon at him and hitting him trill have some difficulty In convincing twelve lntem- ) goat jurors at the truth of the latter charge. I G aias Sf1S yet before it the task of prod...

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 — 21 October 1904

. J. . . " 1. . . . THE UNITED 8TATEB WILL SOON , ' ( , , KNOCK AT THE DOORS OF ' ' ' . CANADA FOR WHEAT. A Crop of 80,000,000 Bushels of Wheat , Will Be the Record of 1904. The results of the threshing In Western Canada are not yet complete ed , but from Information at hand it is " i 1. lafe to say that the average per acre I . will be reasonably high , and a fair , ' .1' : estimate will place the total yield ot ' - \ . ' , . wheat at 60,000,000 bushels. At pres. , . ent prices this will add to the wealth of the farmers nearly 60000000. Then think of the Immense yield or oats and barley , and the large herds of cattle , for all of which good prices will be paid. The following official telegram vas , . sent by Honorable Clifford Sifton , Minister - Ister of the Interior , to Lord Strath- cona , High Commissioner for Can. ada : "Am now able to state definitely , , that under conditions of unusual dim- culty In Northwest a fair average crop of wheat of good quality has been . ' reaped...

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 — 21 October 1904

, . . . _ . . . . . . , . . . . _ . . . . . . . . _ . . . . _ _ . . - - . . . . , _ _ _ . _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ . . . _ _ . . . _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ . _ . . _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ . _ . _ . , S . ' " C _ : ! ) bcr 21 , IC)04 l - TI-IE FALLS I CITY TRIBUI\E _ _ _ _ _ " , ' ' ' " 1. Alllong tIle Sports There has never before been itl this vicinity such a scarcity of game : at this season of thc year as there is this fall. , - - - - - - George Die tsh . Peter PI'cde- rick atld Clay Davis went out west on a hunting trip a'urday ' . night 'Ve predict that if i Jake Norris keeps in practice he will he as good : if not a. better trap shot than Will Veach within thc next ycar. Capt. Hunger of the state game { dcpartmr.nt. . was in town Friday of last week. Something will soon be doing , though it is prob- able it will be already clone before this is in pritlt. The nigh school foot ball team went to Oregon , Mo. , last Satur- - day and were defeated in a warm- ly contested game. however the local team w...

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 — 21 October 1904

, t , . . , . . . ( - . l - ; DARKEST RUSSIA BY n GRATTAN DONNELLY. CoP7right , 1896. by Street A Smith AU rIghts rCllcncd. h . . . - -II -It. . . - - - 11M"II. . . . . . -11----1 --II - . . . - . . - - - - . . . . - - - - . . - - - - . . - - - - . . . . . . . . . . . CHAPTER XVII-Continued . . . . Cobb started. He well knew that I the Karslcheffs would run any risk to prevent the pardons reaching their destination and urged the courier to obtain them again. "I will tale them to Chltka myself as fast as horses can carry me. " The courier shook his head. "The regulation of the corps of couriers Imperial of Siberia , " he said , "arc very strict and the slightest violation of the rules Is visited with the sever- est punishment. Once delivered and signed for the pardons may not be I 1 recalled. Even If I had the pardons I dare not give them In your lteeplng " "Cannot you go to Chitka yourself ? " asked Cobb , eagerly "It Is Impossible. I must obey my Instructions to the Ietler. The rul...

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 — 21 October 1904

. , .a. . , . . . . . .u . . . . .asvx " ' , , " . . . October 21 , J904 l TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE : . 'l' - - - - - - TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Pub1i-1ltcd ! Nvcry 1 + rililY at l ArJJS CFI'Y , NlIIRAS1 \ Br ' ' co. 'J.'HJDUNr PUBLISHING lItcl'cd 1 ali ficcoIHI-cas l ) : ; matter , .Tallll- Ill' y 12. 19Jtul : ! the poet \ uniccal I..tlh .1 , City , Neb. , IIIIlIel' the Act of COllgrcss . . of March 3 , 1879. . , - - - - - - - ON.J 1)OI4TaAh pml YJDAH Telephone No. 22 ( ) . REPUBLICAN TICKET For I President , 'J'hco1orc Roosevelt , N. Y , L.'ol' Vice President , Chas N . l.'airhalll , Iud , - - - Presidential lcclors- ' 1 ' ' . A . Barton , Pawnee A. C. Smith , Douglas A. C. Abbott , Dodge ' 1' . r . Norval , Seward \v. 1' . Eall , Phclps M. A. Brown , B\lffalo II. II. WilSOIl , T.ancastcl' J. C. HohillSOIl , Douglas Governor _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . _ _ u..J. IL Mickcy I..iclltcllanl ; Coveruor.- . G.:1t'Gilton : : Secretary of State --------A . Galusha AI\l1ilm'.u..u \ E . M. Scarlc , JI...

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 — 21 October 1904

. WHAT ROME ThINKS - - - - - THE POPE'S PHYSICIAN EN. DORSES AN AMERICAN REMEDY. Dr. Lapponl Uses Dr. Williams' Pink Pills In His Practice Because Re' suits Meet His Expectations. Dr. Lapponl , the famous physician . . . . . to the Vatican , whose name has re cently come so greatly to the front _ on account of his unremitting attention . tlon to His Holiness , the late Pope Leo XIlI. , and the hIgh esteem and confidence wIth whIch ho Is regarded by the present Pope , HIs Holiness , Plux X. , Is a man of commandIng genius. He Is more than a mere man at science ; he Is a man of original and Independent mind. Untrammeled x by the "etiquette" of the medical profession - fession , and having used Dr. W1lliaml' Pink Pills for Pale People In his practice . tlce with good results , he freely avows the facts and endorses the value of this remedy with an authority which no one will venture to que tloR. Dr. Lapponl's Letter. : " 1 certify that I have used Dr. r W1111ams' Pink Pills In four cas...

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 — 21 October 1904

- - " - - _ - - - (1 ( t I I October 21 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . " , thtl11boldt. Clull1 launtotts was clown from 'cumsch thc fore part of the wclc. : The Gicsckcr stock of hard- ware was sold again this week to It gentleman from Antelope county who wilt remove thcsall1c to Orchard , thus leaving Hum- holdt with only three establishments - mcnts of this kind trs. 1)r. 'Wilson has returned from Essex , la. , where she was called recently by thc death of her sistcr A boy baby W.lS born one day last week to Mr , and Mrs. Chas. C rsh. . Mr. amt \Irs. Julius Brock ar- rived here this week from Silver City , New Mexico , for a visit with her mothcr. Mrs Brock was formerly Miss Anna Schll1cl- zel of this Mace but after an extended - tended stay in thc southern country , was married last spring to 1\11' Brock , and this is their first visit homc. John Hilt and Will Crawford drove to Peru Saturday and vis- itcd over Sunday with fricnds Mrs , 'r1l1a Crawford and little Mark Philpol h...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 October 1904

. , r , ' . , I TDlIE OD I + . COW NE : I I - The Green Man's Burden. Take up the green man's burden , Stand forth and do' your best To ripen him II little , 80 ho can do the rest. Ito Is not altogether , Beyond nsslstllllce yet , c And promptness Rtlll may save him From many n trap and net Take up the green man's burden And let him know that he Call't monkey down In \\'nll street / With great Impunity : Strive earnestly to teach him That It Is scarcely meet For lambs , yet young and frisky , 'ro butt Into the street. - Take up the green mun's burden , Show him that bonds und stocks And lightning rods und gold bricks Are tilled with painful shocks : Teach him the bunko steerers Ale hot upon his trail To catth : the guileless lobster , By interview or mull Take up the green mail's burden , Awake him from his dream That woman's wiles and witching l Are always what they 'Ioem ! Restrain his ! fevered fancies , Lead him WilY to cool , Before the maids and matrons have turned him out a f...

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 — 21 October 1904

w..w..r..r.rA. ' rn..r.u. .M.-.au Mdw + yW..MYU.d _ + . . uPd.o " . _ Mh-e. + _ _ . wa.-rsw. _ niwuNwwwwwn.wr.rs.wrr. , . . _ - - _ . _ _ . _ _ . 4 . _ a..y.- . . . - _ . . - . . - _ . . , _ . . - - - . - - - - - - - , - . - - . - - - - I , I If' f' . I ' ' ' ' ' , . ' . , . . . . " " " , , . . . . . . = , " ' " ' ' : \ 'jrrf'f ! - ' ' ' ' ' n.\IU : : : ' ; October 0' 1904 - 'I'1-L E FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , . : _ : P. . . . . , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' . - - - - - - - - " ' " . ' , . ' " " ' . , . . . QjJ " . ' . ' . . , " , . . . ; I \ 'lit' . . . : ' ; . . . 'Ii .iW t" r' . : . j . ' , . " -l ! ! - l ' i , ' . i ) -w I IIAlav I L & GREENW ALD ' : ' L ' I I - ; : : : J HOE ARlOTf ) ! : f : ] --I , ft _ 1 ' ' ' ' ' - : , ' , _ I . td . " li I r I We have a larger ' and bette > ' seiected stock of Shoes . w „ and Hosiery for the trade Hus fan tbaJl ] we have eves I. , I 4 ; r ; x ' had before. Sin1cetve have been in tQ1e shoe bus h ess $ : ' r : "t I { it has beeSl o...

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 — 21 October 1904

. ' . . . . . . t " - . . . , , -.1 . . . \ ' : : n , - - I \ ; - . ' \I' : \ \ " ( i" q "J : n : ) i J , i " , . . c:1) ) ' = ilt . : L . . - ; A i ( dlll Calling Gowns and Negllge : . An unusually chic calling [ gown of i . dark green taffeta showed the 1830 mode In Its quaintest Corm ; with puff- Ings wIld Ir.sertlons , long shoulder ef- foct and Cull sleeves , to say nothing of the full skirt and small waist , the ensemble wns all one could deslro. A toque of the green showed tiny wing " . and knots of ribbon velvet of a paler shade for contrast : the green para- sol was a most fitting accompaniment to this particular costume. Any number of dainty matinees and negligees must be considered in the trousseau , from the lounging robe for boudoir use to the peignoir of regal lines becoming the hostess of the . drawing room , so beautiful anti artlr ; . r- . . tic are thcy in desl n. Richly hand . . emhrohlered crepes in delicate shades . make up handsomely , while accordion silks wit...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 October 1904

t\ , : t1" 1" , I ' UNE' 1 OctoUcr 21. 904 THI-FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , _ - - - Wins Prizes Will Ifolt has rC'lurncd from S1. Louis where he had entered has prize hogs in the stock show. Notwithstanding he had to cOllwcte with the best animals in thc world , among which were the Vanderbilt and Gentry her s. Will succcded in securing eight pri1.e8. The succcss Mr. Holt has acheived with thoroughbred M hogs this year is remarkable , and The Tribune bespeaks for him a future that will be second to no other breeder in the land. t Fish Case. The State Game department has finally landed Joe Burns for his illegal fishing. They were unable to get the county attorney to do any thing and were com- pelled to employ a lawyer to prosecute - ecute thc case. Burns was arrested - rested ' Wednesday on the com- plaint of a deputy warden for catching sixty two cat fish in the Ncmaha with a trap. The case has been continued on application - tion of the defendant until Nov. 11th. If the defendant is found ...

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