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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 November 1904

f . . . . : . . . - ' ' , ' - " NEW JERSEY FIRE ALARM. - - Steel Rims of Old Locomotive Wheels Put to Good Use. Most of the towns In Now Jersey , even including so largo 0. place ns Long Branch , have steel wheel fire alarms , which arouse communities around them in a very wide radius. . Th ; wheels are merely the steel rims " of big locomotive drive wheols. They are given to all towns desiring them by the Central railway of New Jersey F , , from Its disabled rolling stacIe. Sometimes - times the alarm Is mounted In a wooden tower frame , and again 1B hung tram the arm of a stout 1108t. A big hammer hangs on a post , and any one discovering a fire clangs the alarm and calls citizens to action. " 1'110 above photograph was made from one of the most gracefully 11F 11 L e.i , d ! , pi F Ztz' 4 r 4 ; . ' p. . ti t : r , k f i'i 'i mounted fire alarms In the State at i" Avon , the rival of Pleasure Bay , on Shark river where ocean beach summer . mer resorters drive for steamed clams and ...

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 — 11 November 1904

u 0 . , "i ] November II THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , 11,1904 , ' " _ . . _ _ _ _ _ . . LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. rank went to St. Louis Tuesday Solon Ps liner's pcrfumc. City Pharmacy. Chas. iclcards started for St. Louis Sunday. Mrs. Prank Norris is visiting . relatives in Table Hock. Sweet cider and pure cider vin- cg'ar 20c a gallon at Hcck's fccil storc. Dr. 1. M. Houston male a professional - fcssional trip to Fortescue , Sun- day. Henry Smith left Sunday for . St. Louis to spend a few days at thc fair. . Crook and Co. , have thc best { line of fencing in town. Call and sec it Mrs. E. L. Sandusky returned Monday from a visit with friends in Humboldt. I Fred 1\1cKicvcr is acting in thc capacity of day clerk at thc Union housc. Cider and pure apple butter at thc ncw cider mill nt thc crcam- cry buildiug" Miss Iva Lowc , who is teaching school near Stella is enjoying a two weeks : vacation. 1'hc school childrcn arc invited to call at 'Vanncrs for their school supplies , Miss 14ixxic Ho...

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 — 11 November 1904

r - . C t J ATALI 0r nit' CUMN W 'M LM Copyright . l8n , by J" Tennyson Neely r CHAPTER II.-Contlnued. "Volly inched smasheo up , " replies the Celestial , with nn angeHc smile. .g "And n gentleman was hurt ] ? " "Yep , belly sure ; he talked In air , " responds Ah Sin , nodding eagerly. "And they carried him to the hasp 1. . tal ? " - "Takee to dead house , all samee , " declares the Mongolian , rather flip Imntlyj , ; for the heathen Chlnee has no heart for anyone outside of Jac1e. H'm ! Well , that settles Itj ; but I'm hardly able to believe It happened even now. 'Vhere's your proof , All Sin ? " "How's this " and the man from the Antipodes holds t \ small package nlMt. "A packet of letters tied with n string Where under the sun did . ) ' 0\1 get those , my good man ? " . 0" street-fall from pocket of n Howard , alive samee. " , "Tho deuce yeti say ! Then why - , JUl never mind ; I'll take charge of them and see that ho gets his property . ty 1n the morning when I hunt him up I ...

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 — 11 November 1904

1I 1 I ' 1 I . , , - ' " . . " " , . " " " ( : < . ' ' " " . ' , . - . . . . ' . 0 : . . . . , , , " , " 4. . . ' ' : . " November THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 1 1 I , 1904 _ _ _ _ m _ _ _ _ _ II R Educational Conducted by CounfySuperiniendenf Deparirneni Croc&er < < U1\IJ\OJ.D'r. \ \Ve ltaveorgant1.cd our literary society lot thc winter , introduced special instruction in music and , arc dying more attention to ath- lctics titan ever bcfore. Our non- : rcsidcn attendance is very I a rgc. Ernest : last , a lad of sixteen : years sustained a badly sprain wrist in a practice game of foot " ball on thc school grounds 'l'ues- ( lay.The The young ladies bast ket ball : team visited 'l'ecumsch and met with defeat at thc hands of thc I team of that city. 'l'hcy madc thc trip in charge of Assistant Principal Josephine Duras. A return game will bc played on , ! ! thc home grounds Friday and thc . , ; local expect to make a better : showing although their oppo- : ncnts arc veterans at ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 November 1904

A Country Breakfast Room. , A bright and cheery breakfast room In a country collage has broad , low windows of leaded glass-pale amber and green. The wall paper Is a soft clear green which is cool and reposeful - ful In effect and harmonious with the weathered oak furniture. The frieze above the ' has large ) > - green paper poppies pies In shades of deep tan with natural - ' : \ , . . . ural green foliage on a ground of the tame tone as the paper. Marriage a Matter of Businc3s. : The average Japanese girl rarely i. knows that her hand has ever been . sought until all the arrangements have I , been made btween her father and , . her suitor. The latter , however , does not manage this In person , but leaves aU the arrangements to some trusty emissary , generally nn intimate friend. \ i - Demand for Small Farms. , In England the best remedy for ) . ' farm depopulation Is held to be small ' .l farm holdings. It is stated that when- f . ever a large farm is divided into small I holdi...

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 — 11 November 1904

i . ' . j . . , . , . " ' " November II , 1904 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . i , j COLLECTIONS . , - _ _ GIVEN I i..rs. PROrlPT ATTENTION I John L. Cleaver JUSTICE of the PEACE FALLS CITY - NEB 'vVe carry a. . . . COMPLETE LINE OIt , Building Material And all kinds of COAL WE SOLICIT YOUR. PATRONAGE Chicago Lumber f&l Coal Co. TELEPHONE 58. - Face to Face T.oole your watch square in the face and ask yourself if you are treating this old friend right in allowing - 1 lowing it to lick its life away for r need of timely attcntion. Perchance a drop of oil now , a little grit or dust brushed away will prolong its period of timeliness for mall ) ' Clays 'Vc clean , repair and pat in order timers of all kinds , from the costli- cst chronometers to tc chcahpcst ! Roberts , The Jeweler DON'T DO IT ! It don't pay ! Don't send away for Nursery Stock ! The best trees , the finest fruits , the best results arc obtained by purchasing trees of the PALLS CTTY NTn SERY. A large stock of choice home...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 11 November 1904

. a . " . : . , " . . . , oI " , . , , , . ' . 1. : . " , . . . ' , , . , ' " . , \ ' : t \ , , . t . , , , ' . \ , . \ \ . . \ , . . - ' . . ' . 'n . . ; . - , . \ , \ \ " I " ' " " ' I' " 'i ; ' ht 4aIIs Otftjis ! ribunt. rl _ _ . . , . r - - - - s - - - - VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 18 , 1904. NUMBER 46 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . , . . Died. ' IRS. LA1BI.RT. , Mrs. Judge Lambert of Auburn died in Falls City Tuesday : noon I of consumption. She has been ailing for nearly twO years and for more than a year has been . afflicted with the great "whitc plague " Mrs. Lambert is thc , wife of Judge Lambert Qf Au- burn , who was with her at the ' time of her death. Mrs.Lambert , . was thirty-thrcc years of age and leaves three little girls thc oldest r of whom is nine years and thc ; . youngest fivc. Thc body was taken to Auburn Tuesday afternoon - noon for in tcrmcn t. i l\IAHVIN F. I.OOK. f Marvin F. Look , of Vcrdon , 4 } Nebraska died about six o'clock t ...

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 — 18 November 1904

: - - - - POSTAL SI.JORTAGE FOR , THE YEAR IT AMOUNTS TO $8,579,492. , . ANNUAL REPORT OF CONDITIONS - I ReceIpts of the Service $143,582,624 : Expenditures $152,362,116 - New Plan of CompensatIon of Fourth Class Postmasters. 'VASIIINGTOl'-'l'he annual report ) of the auditor for the lIHtoIl1CO ( Ic- partment shows that the Ihcu ) business . ness transacted through the postal and money order branches of the do- purtlllent during the last ' 'oal' were : Revenues of hu t postal ) service , $1-1:1 : fi82,1i2-1 ( : oxpenditu ) cs of the postal service , $152,83,11 f : ) ) Ii , Total /llIIounl I / of money orders IHsued : DOllloStlP , $ :18:1-1 : : Ci2til : : : foreign , $37,8711,2(5. : Total } . tnl amount / of money orders paid ) : no. UWHtlC , $ : l8f ,100,020 / : foreign , $6.71.1 , 8.1Ii. 'I'ho ! Iloncit In the postal ) reve lilies thol'ofOl'o'as S,1i7J,12. ! . Among the Ilpllla of expenditure during the year are : Wagon service , $1,70CiliO I : inland mull transportation ( railroad...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 November 1904

- R I . i . , . . , , . ' " . " . . " / , : ' , : . ; November Is' . 'IQ04 TI-1 E FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' . . . , . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ = - , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - n - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 . More Suits About Revenue Lav. . ' Phe railroads are tringto ; . evade the new revenue law which r " . . our dciriocratic friends agreed to "j . ; . . , ' rclc'e them of. 'l'hcy arc now , tcnd ring to thc Treasures of thc . . various counties thc 19o3 tax and 'twcnty per cent additional : . 'l his , 4 is an attempt to miHconsiruc thc . ! ' . ' . law so as to permit to railroads ' . ' . tb pay less ta. . . . than forutcrly ' " . The levy being lower under thc r4 ; . ' increased : assessment it would l r"A. permit thc roads to pay the tax ' of 1903 under thc lower levy of t ' 1904 said then add twenty per ' , _ 'ccnt to that. This will of IOl1fRC i t , . be productive of much litigation r' , I , and as we finally believe will not I , : , ' only be disastrous to the railroads ' . ....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 November 1904

, . ' " < llftLTI lJ@/IP - &Jg ; # I ' .T : ' ' /If\II ! l/l LJP , Music of the Corn. The grand armies ! or pence ere encamp- IIIIt ullchl , There 18 no gent on lie spear , no blaze on the shield , No flashing oC helmet , nor the gleaming oC blade For the shaft oC each weapon Is with pearl inlaid Their stnndnruR are 11I8t'nlnl with the dew oC the dawn , I And growing In splendor with the b'TO\V- lng' oC morn , And thero's music tar sweeter than the clarion horn- 'Tis the lire-giving music or the rustling corn I now stately and majestic and graceful In mien Arc the soldiers or peace In their mantles ot green. O'or the brow or each soldier waves n tall tasseled IIIIUI10- An emblem or plenty IH the otrnw-nod- dInK bloom , From land ot the prairies and realms ot the morn They are coming , their arms brimming with r.olilon corn , And there B music tar sweeter Ulan the : hUnt mnn'8 horn- "fill the IICo-glvlng music ot the rustling corn They ere marching ! abreast where the dim skyl...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 18 November 1904

, . , , ! . ' \ ' ) I. . , November 18 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . Rulo. . - , Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Mc- " . , . \Vain \Vednesday a boy. After a lingering illness the death of Mrs. 1\loreland occuied at her home \Yedncsday cvcning. She leaves a husband and one daughtcr. 'l hc funeral sermon vas prcached from thc Methodist church. The bereaved ones leave the sympathy of the entire com- munity. Mrs. Steve Cunningham made a business trip to St. Joe 'rues- day. day.L. L. E. Plumb and wife ' returned Saturday from an extended trip - In southern : Missouri. :4 < 1 wrcncc Santo and sisters Josie and 'fhcresa of Arago visited at John -ajurcs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ha r . were in . Falls City Monday. . . Mrs. Chas Huber is again able to be at hem : after undergoing an operation at the hospital in St. Joseph . ' Mesdames \'erzagie and Sim- J 1110ns and r'cna Cavei . age and 4' Mary Simmons...

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 — 18 November 1904

f & - . A GREAT INSTITUTION. It Is unusual that sbtglo Inlt.lt.lldotfln a city of 8 XIII ( ) lI"Onlo trill ova ' , hadott ' 111 1m. instance ovary mite ' 'lt1torl\ I" but such II' the case wit the Amorlcan Hcboul of Osteopathy A T Still Infirmary lit . I\1rkflvlllo , Mo A stranger ill Klrluwlllo Is immo.liately ImprcIIlcd with tin Idea that the tOWl1 III . Rlllltuilled l hy this lustltut.lon , In not , i Klrl'lIvlllo has boon made : \\"Imt It Is to.day + hy Dr. Still allll his fam'ull School and Iuflrmnry. It III the largos ! [ l'atrol1lzcd ' UII' endowed Institution of Its kind III the United StllteK. Dr. Stlll'8 school on rolls over students yearly and each 8tllli0lit is required to ut- tOlld four terms of five month each before I mplotlnfr the cour..lonf IItlllly. 1'ho.'o are over 1 ? OOJ ) JrlltultcK and they are practicing - ticing ! In every stn'olnd territory of the Uliion. Ahont t1t e . tilit'ds of the states have passed sJlcclal laws legalizing the 8clenco. 'l'h III sch...

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 — 18 November 1904

. , . November 1& 1904 unu' THE FALLS CIty TRIBUNE , . ' . . ' Local and Personal. . , - - - Books of all kinds at A. G. 'Vanncrs. Rc\ Smith was an Omaha visitor - . ' itor last Monday. Chas Bacon of Lincoln was in the city Tuesday : , New goods received every week } at Bon Toil Millinery. " Rev. Bcx left on thc Missouri Pacific for Auburn Tuesday. Baby hoods sold at reduced prices.-Bon Ton l\1il1illery. ' Mrs. Maude Wheeler is thc guest of Bessie Da\ ' s. Mrs. Scott Jenkins returned to Rule thc first of thc week. Mrs Philip Hermes visiting in Forest City , Mo. this wcek. Go to A. G. \Vanner for all kinds of school supplies. Dr.R.P. Robertsdentist over Kings Pharnlacy. S Harry Shepherd of Rule ; made ' a business trip to this city Mon- , _ , day..A. . . A. G. \Vanncr sells everything needed in thc school room. Mrs. nave Branum went to I . , , , . . . Omaha Tuesday to have her eyes treatcd. Gertrude Bell of Kansas City is visiting with her cousin , 1\1bs Helen Fowler . ' School c...

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 — 18 November 1904

falls City Tribune - av TRIRUNI PUaLIIHJNG co. . P'ALLI CITY - - NmJIUBKA - - - . . . . . - - - - - ' - - - < . . - . . . - " - A Now York alleged expert says It costs only $30 a year for IL woman to " dress properly. lie probably refers to " the little woman In the chorus. One advantage about a pet dog II ! that ho never smiles snrdonlcall when n girl hits her thumb instead of j a tack when sho's hanging n plcturo The esteemed New York Tribune refers to nn automobile which ran r "through n fence and landed Into a . stablo. " Isn't this rather North Cnro lInl\1 The Princess of Wales says that It Is vulgar for women to smoko. If the Anglomanlncs on this Rlllo follow the princess In this mutter much will be forgiven. I . Daniel Webster once said : "Wher- ever there Is work for the hands there Is work for the tooth.1 DanhJI wn probably reaching for the dentist vote at the time. Prunes raised In California are sent . to FI'lco \ , l'OIulwcl , , and COIIIO back 'tn this country as Fre...

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 — 18 November 1904

. , . November - 18 , IC)04 ) THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , Published Every Friday at FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA B\ ' ' . . } \t. : 4 ; . TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. Entered m sccond-class matter , January ( - ary 12 , 1'J04at the post otliccat balls City , Ncb" , under the Act of Congress of March 3 , 1879 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Telephone No 226 CONGRESSMEN. , ; - The subject of thc succcssor to fi Hon. "E , J. Burkctt is now agi- I tating thc minds of thc politicans of thc first district. The two mcn most prominently mcntioncd r by thc state press arc A. B. Allen of Tecumseh Sec'y to Gov. l-.Iick- . ep and Judge Paul Jessen of Nebraska - - Lraska City. Either of these two men will make acceptable congressmen - gressmcn , but Judge Paul Jessen will probably have thc call. ' Judge Jessen is one of the re- I markablc young men in the west and is thc mental cqual of any young man in thc statc. His administration - ministration as district judge for Cass and Otoc counties was so...

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 — 18 November 1904

, POULTRY Portable Poultry Hcuses. At the IllInoIs State FaIr there was ono oxhlblt that was : very suggestive. It was or 11 portable poultry house , large enough to ho used for camping out In It Its use for 11 poultry house should bo at any time discontinued. Adjustable and portable poultry houses have long been advertised by English agricultural papers , and 1l has been 11 wonder why the Industry did not manifest itself on this slllo of the water. Any man can make an adjustable poultry house or his own. It Is only necessary that each part he complete by itaolC and that it bo per tectly fitted to the adjoining parts. The fault with some such Qonstrue lions Is that they are rickety This Is 11. fault that can bo easily cured. The joints should bo perfect and the parts shouid overlap enough to prevent drafts In winter time. Wo can con celvo or a portable house beIng flO badly made that the poultry } would be ! exposed to drafts constantly throughout - out the wInter. The advantages oC...

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 — 18 November 1904

l , : . . - . - 0&- . . _ ' _ : " . : : . . . . : " _ _ _ ' _ _ _ _ un - - _ - - - - _ . - - _ I - - : ; ; : - - , i D ! tJl ' QJ111L WAlrll ) 1 A TALE 0T Tr CUBAN WAR . . _ . L-.JI < : . , , _ . . . . . . . . . . . Copyright , 189j , by 1" Tennyson r-'ccly. - ; CHAPTER III.-Contlnued , His Identity ! Good heavens ! they seem to know him alreadY , since the ) hl sinner had called him by came , end sflll addresses him as Senor , Tncl . M Can It be possible this Is some h1'CWI1 , canny Scotch game to in- relgle him Into n marriage that will . .out him In the power of n gang of : > Iacltmailers ? He might even suspect such n thing , v ) nly for Howard's connection with it , And his declaration that ho hud n mortgage upon the name of Jack fravel's. At any rate there Is : : till a Muse ! of , : Imo before the final round , and that nunc powerless curiosity urges him .m-ho may yet bo able to fathom the ' ; ' 0" " Amazing depths of this m 'stel'Y. , ) " ; ' He ha- aroused himself...

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 — 18 November 1904

. - ' .r xi alrar . , ; i , , , G ' ' ' ± _ , _ . , . _ . t " " .xcAS.IClRalLrs711G.a a . ruwa.mtr.r - " " ' w2 - r w2 - - . + 1ai . . - urJ ' - - - . ' . ' vs ' - : - > C.--'W - . . - - - ' SE - "df - - - . . - - . . . - 'm.llliiUIII ; " . . . . - M .W.J . - - - : : - - - . . _ ! > _ . 11I.11Inr.1W . u ! ' : A'ft. . . ! " . , ' . . _ " : 5" ' _ ' , . . \ , November 18 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . , _ _ _ With tile Sports. A few mallards are H'ing. Jake Norris has lost all faith in thc Nebraska foot ball tcam- and that isn't all hc lost eithcr. . No large kills have been made of ducks as yet , though the latter part of this week should produce some pretty good hrlgs. Ncbrasktt City high school foot ball eleven disappointcd thc local eleven by not appearing for the game advertised Saturday. Edgar Haner while engaged in a foot ball game in Hiawatha sus- taincd a broken collar bone. He returned to his home in this city Sunday morning and is getting long' n icel } ' . The dogs ca...

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 — 18 November 1904

* QUICK ptESUL TS. j - W. J. Hilt , of Cone cord N. C. , Justice of the Pence , says : "Donn's Kidney Pills proved a v e r'1 efficient remedy In my r case. I used l them for disor dered kidneys : " and backache . from which I had experIenced a great deal ot r trouble and paIn. The kId. ney secretions WtJfl very Irregular , dark colored and full of sediment. The pills cleared It all up and I have not had an ache In my back since taking the last dose. My health generally . erally Is improved a great tical. " FOSTER.l\IILDURN CO. , Buffalo , N. Y. For sale by all deniers , price 50 cents per box. A man Is never happy until ho has ceased to care whether he Is or not. PILLSBURY'S BEST - Takes Three Grand Prizes At the st. Louis World's Fair. The Grand PrIze for the hIghest grade at flour , a Grand PrIze 101' the finest exhIbIt and a Grand PrIze for the best loaf at hread. Perhaps He Couldn't. 'Vhlle lunching a few days ago wIth a friend , " saId Paul A. DOIlwlt , "I mentioned that I unde...

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 — 18 November 1904

ii . , . , _ _ . . . , , . " " " " JW . " " _ . < < . . . _ + _ _ - - - - - - - . . . . - - - - . . . . . . . _ _ . . . _ _ . . _ . _ . . ' - . - - - - - - - ' : " : "i\ : : : " " " : : . _ . . _ ' : : _ . : " _ - , I November 18 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . : - - - 1904 . .0 _ ' _ _ . - _ m _ . _ _ . - . M , \TcHoo\'cl- of Salem attended - cd the Hitchcock cattle sale hcld Saturday at the Chapman feed yardH. The heart and Hand club met Fridayy evening with Maggie . ' Mcl\Iahan The evening was socially ' spent in various amUs lI1C'nt ! and light 1 refreshments were served by he t hostess. Ed Roberts , who has been cm- p'loyed as foreman 011 tlic Falls I City Journal for some time , rc- tiignccl : his position Saturday night to move out upon Wesley Mi11cr's farm north of town. But before going hc calllc in and ordered 'Phc Tribune scnt to his address. ' : The Atchison ! Globe tells of a young man who asked an Atchison - son girl what evening hc could call to which she replied " \Vh...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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