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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

- - - ' . , ; Supplement to : . I FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. , , . " Friday , November 4 , 1904. ' ' ' KEBRASKA. FALLS CITY - - - .HEVIEYI OF THE CAMPAIGN l great Issues at Stake , bui There Has Been No Fever- ish Excitement. f , . ; Z1f 'INDS OF VOTERS MADE UP Present Conditions Are Satisfactory , and the People Will Elect Fair , banks and Roosevelt and a - - - Republican Congress. I TIle Presidential campaign which is just closing has' some unique features. . There has been from first to last , an , F .al.sence or spectacular features. The unusual feverish excitemeut the election Fear collapse or business , the general uncertainty and anxiety which used to characterize a national campaign are lacking this 'enr. Yet the issues at stake , with choice to be made between the two great parties = . are tremelllous. The cause of the general calm , the , even carrying 011 or business , the nb- foence ot public excitement is not the " " which much far-fnmed "aIlathy" of so b said just now. The pe...

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 — 4 November 1904

. . , I . ) , I November ; 4 1904 ' TI-IE I FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. I l . " " U. , _ . _ ' " - ' . . . ; - ' , ' . . . : . , ! TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 7 < - Published livery l i'riday at ; ) i'Af4T4S CITY , NEBRASKA . By . . A. 'l'H.IBUNm PUBL1SJIING CO. : ( lItl'l'ed I as secOJJ\.c\as \ \ matter , .Jall\l- , t at'Y 12 , 1O , lat the post otllceal i'alts J City Neh. . under \ the Act of Congress of March J , 187 ( ) . t. ONE - 1)OI'aLAR ) PR ] - Yl AH " " , Telephone No. 22 ( . ' - - - - ; REPUBLICAN TIOKET. i. For President \ , : , 'l'hcot1ore I-loosc\"elt , N. Y , For Vice President , CllaH. \V. 1.'airhalll , Il1d. t - : Prcsidelllial ] ; lectors- ( , 1..A. Burton , Pawllce a A. C. Smith , DouglllH " A. C. Abbott , Dodge \ ' 1140 Norva\ , Seward \V.P. lal1 ] , Phelps 1\1. A. BrowlI , Buffalo H. II. Wilson / , ] 4allcastel' J. C. NebinSOll Douglas ' . - - - - Governor---------------.1. 1m. loIieey \ Lieutenant GoverIlOl' 1 ; . G. 1\1'Giltoll Secretary of Stale ---------A. Galusha AI...

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 — 4 November 1904

, ' . ' , r' , ' . ? " . l. ' \ . Ir' . ' . . . . . . . . } . ( 'It \ , ( I ( . I . . Only a Little Child. ° * ) nh' n little child whom few could know , And yet 1 wonder why my warm tears flow \ ? i Dnly a little soul that' ' taken flight . Only a lllUc eofiln-HIIIIIl and while , Amid the roses sweet aR Innocence " Amid the roses sweet 11:1 : : hcav'ns Inecnse. l'wo won 'rlng limpid eyes drooping In death Whilst angels hover near with bated brealh. 1 wo tiny hand upon 1tiny breast , fwo restless IHlll'rlng feet fore ' or at rest ! ! ' Dh ! lllUe snowy breast 1'0 pure so fair ! Oh . little loving heart so still In these ! ; Only a. llltlo babe-a little child , Yet when ho died the gentle Shepherd smiled . A little lamb to join the hock above , Another little lamb for Him lo 10\'e. Only n little babe-a little child , Yet when he died the shepherd np there smiled . A SINGULAR SITUATION "Lost , br : thunder ! " exclaimed God- frey Barrett. And as though In corroboration of his dismayed...

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 — 4 November 1904

i . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " - - . . ' . . . . , . , . . . ; . ; : ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . " November 4 , I.9Q4 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - - With tile Sports. - - - - - - Peter li'l'cdericl.c and George Dietsch ba g'ed twcnty-onc snipes on the Muddy bottoms Friday. - - Del Noah and henry Sanford I spent Monday in thc country hunting' They report eleven stripes and seven ducks. J1'rank Crabil1 , Linn Himmel- reich and Clay Davis report twcnty-fivc "Jacks" as a result ot an afternoon on the marsh lands. - - No mallards during thc warm weather of thc past wcck. About ten dan of nipping cold and the green hearts will again bc in the thc land. The foot ball game bctwreu Nebraska and Illinois on Thanksgiving : - giving day should he a battle royal. Illinois tied Chicago Sat- urday G to c" , which score indi- cates a great tcam. Is there to bc no local foot ball team this year ? HumboltltPaw- nee City , Hiawatha and .L'ccumsch all have first class tcams. 'Vhat'...

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 — 4 November 1904

. ) . 1. I MONUMENT GEN. POOR. " LSf Stands Near Where He Was Burled ( . In Hackensack , N. J. A statue to the memory of Brigadier General Enoch Poor , who was regarded - ed as one of the bravest and best sol- cllers of the Revolution , was unveiled in Hacensac ] ] , N. J. , Oct. 7. It has been erected on "the triangular green between the old First Reformed , , + , church burying ground and the Bergen county courthouse. It Is within one hundred and fifty feet of Gen. Poor's grave in n corner of the historic bury- \ , . , ' I . J " 'f , ) .ti , \ , iI _ _ The Poor Monument. Showing the unusual position which the statue wlll occupy 011 its pedestal. Ing ground of the church. The manu- meat was designed and erected by John L. and William Passmore Meeker ] - er , of Newark , N. J. It is a marked departure from the conventional. There Is a bronze figure of about seven feet six inches in height , on a granite pedestal about fifteen feet In ( ' height. On the front of the pedestal , ; " u'...

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 — 4 November 1904

, . , " . . , . . November 4 Igoll THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE The Week's . s In the Realms of Society 'L'he Ladies Kcnsington club of the Presbyterian church met Thursday aftcrnoot with \Irs. cnning'5. - - - The Christian Endeavor of thc Christian church were entertained - et b.y 1\lisscs Jennie and Pearl Prater 'l'ucsday cvcning' Light refreshments added much to thc pleasure of thc c\'cning. llisslinnic Ncff entertained a small party uf friclll ; last li'ridar evening in honor of Jesse and J.4inn Long of Phocnix , Ari.Ona. : Music , giUl1CS and dainty refrcsh- mcnts coil tributed to a delightful evening for thc young , peoplc. - - 1\1rs. glla Niclclson cn tcrtain- ed her Sunday school class at her home FridhY ; c\'cllil1g" About thirty little girls were present and the evening was spent in playing gauzes pf various .ldnds. After lunch the little girls returned - turned home reporting lovely time. 1\frs.J. Lore was the victim of a surprise party 1\londay' evening at her hume on 7th and ...

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 — 4 November 1904

i 1 - - - - - - BATTLE EXPECTED - - MOVEMENT AT THE FRONT INDI- DATE READINESS. ONLY SKIRMISHES AT PRESENT . A Decided Engagement Was That at _ Buddlat Temple Hlfl-The Third General Attack on Port Arthur Began . gan Oct. 24. - s'r. PIt1'I RSBUnG-Tho military situation has not developed anything . of great Importance , although the ' : . ' fight at the Buddhist Temple hill on October 27 appears to have been a decidedly heavy engagement. It probably ' . ably Indicate that final moves on both sides are now occurring preparatory to another long and serious hn Lllo. Viceroy Alexleff Is now on the way to St. Petersburg. The nature of his reception hero Is the food for much Apeculntlon. Some of his friends sun cling to the Idea that he will be made chancellor of the empire , with his residence In the Winter palace , where , it Is said , n suite of apartments baH already been prepared for him. On the other hand , many declare that his I political career I s practically over and I that his r...

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 — 4 November 1904

l y , . I'nJY llllJ.r 4 l v. ' J. . . . . . . . . . . . . _ ! " _ - ' _ : . _ . . . . _ . -n.- : . . "A Dying Nc\vspnpcl. " \Tecle before last ' .L'hc 'L'rihullc puhlished the navies of thirty five new Ruuscribers. r/ast week we published thc names If twenty ( h'c morc. Since ltst 1 week we have ncllll' t to ant subscription list the following namcs Cht Smith , Samuel Edgar 1 , ' \T. .T. Uooishy , lke Jlat'l'i1Bmma ! IocuingI" # 1 ! F'alloonG. W. \\Tiltsc O. I. Larabec , ' .1. ' . J. Meisncr" A. ' 11' . Hunt , P. A. Smith , G. W. Yoescl , II. J. Skcith , John B. Nofsg'cr Fetd'I'I1H1I1 , Fred ll'cl- derman , A. A.Poor , F.F. } l mig"h. gi l ighteen in att. 'l'hc'1'l'ilJ11nc is rccog-ni i'/.Cd as thc coiling news- paper. Now is thc time to sllb- scribe. . . - - - - - - - - - - . Foot Bail. The young # men of this city have organized a foot ball team ' and expect to do some warm'wor\ ] \ : on the g-ridiron. Now that the base ball season is numbered in the records of thc past let I1S al...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

, ( ' . + y _ - l - , r r t ; eel. , Discontent. The peacock hoard the nightingale - - singing. "That seems easy to do , " said the big bird. "I'll see It I can't slug ns well as that. " At the dismal squawk that followed a moment later every living thing within hearing distance fled In terror. i , "Cursos on my fatal gift of beauty ! ' , . exclaimed the peacock. "Why wasn't t \ I made plain , lIIeo all the great muss clans ! " , . : J' + , ' " . r Acting on the Hint. "Mlno Is a fashionable congregation t tlon , " whispered the young minister as they entered the pulpit , "and 1 hope you will not use any-or-vulgar OJ I plebian terms to-day. " "I'll try not to , " replied the old fashioned preacher humbly. And , turning to the assemblage , ht stated : "My friends wo will begin services by singing "I love to embez . . . ' " 7.le awhile away ! Took a Rise Out of Himself. "Ho was In an angry passion. " "Yes ? " "Ho tried to poison himself , but I mistook a cake of yeast for the poi < ...

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 — 4 November 1904

r , i\uvcmber.4 , H)04 Tl-il _ . r\.LLt Cll Y TRIBUNE 'f - - - - - < Surprised the Sheriff. . Yesterday being Shcriff 11m- I sacks 52n 1 birthday a very plcas- ant surprise was planncd for Ii iin. After enjoying six o'clock dinner the evening was very pleasantly . spcnt in m\1Ric and 'ocial ! conver- , : , salion. 1\11' Crocker acting as : I : spokesman for the county officers . . . presented ! Mr. Hossack Wlll I a " beautiful casy chair as a token . of true friend < ; hip. _ Notice to Bidders. Notice is hereby given that the hlrmcrs : Mutual ; ' .I'elephonc Co. of Preston will receive bids for the running of their central office by thc month. The committe reserves - serves the right to reject any or all hi ds. Lcc J. Va ; ' \ 'c1 ) , Sec , Hulo , Ncb. - - - - - - - 1Zulo. . " .Anna and Ida Davis spent Saturday and ; Sunday with their uncle in Missomi. Jttd Carpenter was a Palls City visitor ' 1'h ursday. Born , to AIr. x11(1Irs. . Dan Hatikcn and wife 'J'hurscay ! a girl. Hor...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 November 1904

1 . l 1 , , . , , " . , " . . ' . . . . . " ' , " . - . - " . . ' " , . - ' : . : I , ' ' ' . - . \ . , , . . + " . . . ' " ' -,1 _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - - - - - . - - - . - - - - - - . - - - - - ' - ' 1 VOLUME I FALLS CI'T'Y , NEBRASKA , FRIDA , NOVEMBER ii , 1904. NUMBER ,15 a _ _ . _ . , - - - . - - - N - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . _ - - - - - - - , "f" j . ' , AFT E - - - - R - . . . . . . . . . . . - MAT H - - - - - ' - - - - ( ! II' Time election of 1904 has be- come Dart of a nation's history. . . . A nation of eighty million persons has by popular choice elected : ; a head for the next four ycars. The citizens of America woke \Vcdncsc1ay morning to find that thc tumult was over , that bus iness was pr\ccccHng' along orchn- -.i. an' channels without incident or -.J ' inter...

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 — 11 November 1904

- - - , . . . . . . . , WASH BLUE Cost 10 cents and equals 20 cents worth of any other kind of bluing , Won't Freeze , Spill , Brealt j ) Nor spot Clothes I DIREOTIONS FOR UBEs Witle:6ttcls around In the fJJoter. At aU wise Grocer. y . . , . > < Value of Pure Air. Cultivate air hunger. Wo should learn to be IlS hungry for fresh air ne we are Jlllturlllly thirsty for pure wa tel' The olll.fashionell Ideas concel'll' lug stuffy living 01' hell rooms are now , fortunately , out of date and IJhoulll never ho ro\'I\'Ol1. . Deafness Cannot Be Cured I by local applications , All they cannot reach the dll' eased l"'UJon or the 'ar. here III only one WilY to rure dCl\ueu , AIIII that le by conrtltut mal rClnedlcI. VUfllCiB is I caused by An inflamed oonllltioll or the mucous 1I111111l or the Eustachian Tube when this lube h Inflamed you have rllmbllull IUliud or 1m. I ertecl hearing , and when it Is entirely closed , 1)eat ers I. the result . and unless the 1III10lOmll11ol1 can he aken...

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 — 11 November 1904

, , < I . . , , : November I I 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . - - - - - LOCAL AND PERSONAL Fritz Mil1cr 'cut to Omaha 'rucsda ' . , Ix. Whets you need a tablet call at A. G , 'Vanncrs. Less \Vhalcy came over from IIi t watha , 'tucsclay. 'Rocs . R3'am1 was down from Dawson Monday. Tom Hug-hcs of Omaha was in th ' city 'l'ucsday. H. L. Cowcll of Auburn was in tIllS city Saturday. , F. ; A. Oliver of Vcrdon was in I thc city 'l'uesday. I Rev Bcx left for St. Louis I \Londay . via thc B. & M. , ' 'John Hossack went , to Holton , lCas.- , 'l'ucsday aftcrnoon. F. ; Samuelson came up from thc Indian Territory 1\londay. Daniel Sallsman of Mordl was in thc city thc first of thc week. \Vann is thc place to buy your pens : : , ilk ! , pencils and tab- lcts. lcts.A A complete line of fresh and ; cured" meats at Coupe & 1'horn- . I tons ' , - - . James McKicvcr and Will Ka- l10be visited in Hiawatha on \1 " ' 'rycs < 1ay. " Laura Gchling and Bessie Eb- 1 < 3 erhart took dinner...

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 — 11 November 1904

a - - - The storm Dark. - - - Out ot fin mist and the purple IlllrK Of the sea , with Ill lempost-loss or spray , Long ago there sailed n. bark . Into New AI1181erdnm's gracious 110) From Irnlllls ! of crystal her cordage seemed 'fo bn spun , 50 gaily It sparkled nut gleamed : . Her hull , IIl1d her masts oC strange device , Rhollo wllh the pllllor oC Arctic Ice , And her canvas , taut III the singing . breeze , Was white n8 mho Hllhulrlrl oC wlnl1-swcpt HClI ! ! , " lloonm ! " went time hfnhor's signal gun , lint never the sound or nil allIlWOrlll hull , hose from decks that glowed In the Run : Whlll Oil , with 110 sign / of 11 drooping sail , j Time strange ship bore , with her spectral look , Till she weathered the reaches oC Ol'lev- oua Book , AIIII , wrllhlllce , faded suddenly Under mho hills of limo 1'allpull Zee With storm In her wake , ns black to the sight All she from the rail to the peak was white And now , nt the dreaded < < < < dark 0' the l1Ioon , Though n...

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 — 11 November 1904

November I I 190,1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I , . . , ' + f : , _ . , _ _ _ . _ . - ' . . _ " . . J } 'j to r LOCALND PERSONAL 'With t.h Sports. . 'Val1ncr sells ink. I I Iat Sowlcs Cal1dy \Yi11l10w glass at City Phar- maey. Mrs. \Yilhitc left for Kansas City Saturday. , George Holt made a business trip to St. Joseph last Friday. . ' 1\'lrs. Sam Stewart of Reserve was shopping in this city Friday. . . . The best furnaces on earth for sale by W. H. Crook and Co. Call 011 , V. H. Crook and Co. . \ for guns : and ammunition. f Minnie Cleft of Humboldt spent ; J Sunday in this city with Maude r Heck. . Mrs. , Henry Bean who has been , , quite ' ill for several days i5 slow- , 1' improving in health. . . . . : ' .Pork san ' : . age and hamburger realm every . day at Coupe &tI'ltOrtt- tons. Y : ' ? john Derrington came home ; from his studies at thc State , 'Un vcritT : : : long enough to vote. . " Old \lr3. Vaughn has been ' : : very sick for three weeks though : . ; -at , this writing...

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 — 11 November 1904

. . STOMACH ON fiRE _ ONLY A SSELETON OnOUOIIING BY A STOVE , 11irs. UohflrtT Inns nu xtrAordlnarT Ea- pcrlGDc4 and Undergoes ul\lurveJolL' ChnllKfI. Mrs. E. Doherty No. 115 Coates street , Moberly , Mo. , la toc.ll\Y picture of robust health , and yet five years ago , she barely c8CaIJell death from progressive emncinUon. To a reporter she told the following story : "In 1800 I began to have distressing attacks of indigestion that continued for two yenl's. My stomach was constantly sore and burned as if it WM on fire. It became finally HO doticnto that it would not retain oven plain WatCr. ! My inability toO take food reduced my weight to niuety- eight pounds , and faintness and dizziness kept 1110 in bed most of the titno. I was really starving t.o death amid besides I was extremely nervous. The doctor was ! perploxed. 110 gave mo tonIcs which did mo no good , and prescribed exercise which I was too weak to attempt. "Ouo day when I was fiO faint and chilled that I could do nothing ...

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 — 11 November 1904

FALLS CITY TRIBUNE THE . " November 11 I I90 1 - L - - - . ' - - . . - - /1 1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Every Friday at ! I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , Br TRIBUNE PUBJ.JlSHING CO ' matter , Janu- Entered us second-class ary 1'1lO , ntthe post otliccat 1'nl1s City Neb. , under the Ad of Congress of March . 3 , . 1879. . - " - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ONE . DOLLAR PER YEAR " 'l'elcpllOl1C No. 22J. TELEPHONE. j The Falls City Telephone Com- , ' ' that thc e pang , : has been saying ' Saleni : mutual cOlllpany was about I , to vo under. This colnauy is i as \ ' prosperous as thc Falls City CO l1- " , i- be and its puny ever dared to \1" l . Iirosperity Goes not depend upon ; 'its ability to held some one up. > \ . year ago they were ; in debt : , : over $400. Their present con- l 'dition is i shown by their statement - , . ncnt made at their meetil1g- List - wecc ! Receiptf. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S1774.0' ) : Expeiisc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,94.97 - , Cash 1 on...

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 — 11 November 1904

a--C- at . ' ARMY Will REST - HOSTILITIES ARE LIKELY TO CEASE UNTIL SPRING. LIST OF THE NEW COMMANDERS - - Indications that Kouropatkln Will Not Attempt Another Advance This Year -Only the Fall of Port Arthur May Effect n Change. - 8'1' PE'rEH8BtJRG-Tho army or- cnn publll1he8 a long list of now CIIU' mnnders In the far east , Including ( ) \ the nppolntmentH of Generals Llnovltch and nulbar8 to the First and Third armies , respectively. Generals Kutncvltch and 8ellvnl1or will command the 'J'wenty.socond and 'rhltry.sovcnth divisions of the First corps , which chief , General Meyon- dorff , Is resigning on account of III henlth. General SlouchovsltY , com- mnndcr of the 'ronth corps , has also resigned , cold It Is expected that ho will hc succeeded hy General , T7.erpll- IIy. The swooping character of these changes may Imply that there Is no Intention 011 General Kouropatldn's part to assume the offensive during the 'ear'8 campaign unless an exceedingly - Ingl favorable opportunity...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 November 1904

. . ' . 1 , E . 4 r BRASKA. STATE NEWS I ; - - - APPEAL FOR MRS. LILLIE. - - Brief Flied with the Clerk of the Supreme - preme Court. - LINCOI..N-Pnthetlc In the extreme , i Is the brief which has been filed by , Judge Hamer In behalf of Mrs. Lillie , t convicted of murdering her husband. He maintains that there Is no natural motive , that the evidence was distorted . ed and new facts connected with the . murder point conclusively to the innocence . nocence of the prisoner. Mrs. Lillie , who was sentenced for ' " life to the penitentiary for the murder . . del' of her husband at David City In " 1902 , Is still confined In the Butler county jail awaiting the decision of the supreme court on the motion for \ rehearing. New testimony in favor of 1\Irs. Lillie . ' lie Is said t.o have been discovered. The brief declares that It can bo . proved that .Mrs. Lillie was In no need . of money at the time of the tragedY , ; . being worth more than $3,000 over and above all her JlablllUes , thu...

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 — 11 November 1904

" . . ' , ' . . . , . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE t November \ l I I , Ip04 . _ _ . , Shubert. M. 11. 'l'ayor ] was a Falls City visitor Saturdar. ' arrived home Mrs. D. Stong' a 1'1' \ Friday from her visits with her mother il1 Iowa , she also visited the exposition while g'ol1e. 1)r. A. 1) . Cloyd came down from Omaha to attend the fune- ral of Albert Lewis Suuday. 1'he Misses Spence were Stella visitors this week. Jessie Kenton came down from Nebraska City for a few days visit with relat1\'c8 and frhmds. George Mathl'rs and wife of Stella were visiting with relatives here over Sand . sty. Verne 'l'aylor and AUg'U5tU Henderson were married Sunday evening , they have the congrat- ulations of the people in Shubert. Sim \Veddle returned to his home in Nebraska City tunday. ) A number of our people attended - tended the show at Stella last week. : Mrs. Myrtle Brannan and Miss Grace Brannan were Verdon vis itors the latter hart of the weelc. ' 'hree [ young ladies of. Stella i ' came over S...

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