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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 December 1904

; Traits of Woman. The woman who looks as it she would not hurt n. fly Is the very one who would face mice , coclronchos ; and Budden death without more than n. first involuntary shudder. It Is she who will effect n. daring rescue or 11 , . startling collapse , she who In omer- II onclos docs not wait timorously for Johnny to get his gun , but gets It and k uses It herself. " Down to the Sea In Ships. Statisticians find that something : like 2,000 vessels of all sorts dlsa ! > ' pear In the sea every year , never to bo heard from again , taking with I them 12,000 human beings , and involving . vOlvlng a money loss of $100,000,000. . Still we iliac to think the world advances - I vances steadily toward the m1l1en- nlum. if The Conscientious Murderer. It was fine sense of the conscien- tious that led the Rhode Island mur- rlero nccuserl of killing } a woman with . an ax to plead "not guilty with the ax" and afterward to confess that he had done the deed with a club Though he had co...

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 — 2 December 1904

. , . . . . . . " " December 2 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I Educational Conducted by CountySuperintendent Department Croc&er l'hc State Department is out of Courses of Study , and thc supply - I pply at thc County Supcrintcnd- I cn t's office is also cxhaustcd. If any person reading this notice . : has an unused copy , please send it to thc County Supcrin tcndcn t at earliest con vcnicncc. Several beginning teachers do not have a copy. - - Ul\t1IOT.D'l' SCIIOOI NO'ri3S. ' ' - ' exercises Special l'hanl\Sg-iving' were held in several of the rooms 'Wcdncsday afternoon , Literary , and Mmical p.rog-rams being rcn- Iere(1. In sonic of the rooms were displays of fruit and vegetables - tables which , at thc exercises , were placed in thc hands of thc committcc for distribution among thc worthy poor. The schools closed ) for thc rcmainder of thc wccka number of thc instructors going out of thc city to spcnd thc timc. Miss Nose Novak of thc sixth...

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 — 2 December 1904

, . . . . , x > : Making Money. ' " " ' 11" lon't you lIiulw l11oney ? " I11Y ' . 1'f : II'JIII HIIY to ate , , Am 1 tell thl'm I Iln oat l'\Iow ! Lott ' 'l hen thl' y tit ' e me the InuI1Illlel till' gentle "eotnl' off " Ant ! thl' Hlallgy "Whnt's Ballot you now 1" /1. Il ' 1 ' hey : Say : 1 coule ! tIn It , l9 l'I\sy a9 lint 1f 1 tt orled ! IIIw the fulln\\11 ttho tII ! ; , That 1't ' e got "Ii much 1'1'111\0 Uli many t they Imow ) y : " 'ho hn\'o gathered IIIlIlIon 01' itt o. ' 1 ' lU'y : f'0 } ' It 111 e:19enoUglt to Ret I'lcll 1f II flIow will only WOl'k hard ! , { , Xn mutter tt hatet ' er the ! field of his 1011- ! Iu lullwllYII , IlIulIICCIi QI' IIIi'll , 'rhe ' gay t hl\\'o brains and n. good ! glCl oC gstU Ant ! success In the making oC CI'lcmli ; That 1 oUKht > to make atones and ! tame , for II man " , ' Is kllown Lt' the money ho I'lIeneIi ! , ' 1 hcy tell me these things with Il cOlln- ( dent air , Ant ! I'm ante they belle\'e what they gay. : For they j\ ' when ...

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 — 2 December 1904

I , December 2 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - , Local and Personal. Archie Cook left Sunday night for Lincoln. Jack Glines was a Stella visitor - or Monday. 'l'hurston McCoy returned to St. Joseph Sunday. Dr. A. Gaiser , dentist over H.ichardson county bank. P. S. Heacock returned from St. Joseph li'riday. Col. Marion and wife spent Friday in Merrill , Kansas. Jack Wilson came down from Humboldt Saturday. Alice Clever left Thursday afternoon for Chicag-o. E. O. Lewis was a B. & 1\1. pas- seng-er for Lincoln Monday. The best furnaces on earth for sale by W. H. Crook and Co. Mrs. Mac icg-l'r of Rube I wa , shopping this city Saturday. Sixty-three guests took dinner at the Union House 'L'hursday. Ch. s. Bacon of Lincoln was a guest at the t National Saturday A complete line of fresh and cured meats at Coupe 'l'horn- tons 'Vanner is the place to buy your pen , ink , pcncils and tab- lets. Pork sausage and hamburger fresh every day at Coupe 1'hol'l1- tons. toils.Fired Fired \'elandH...

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 — 2 December 1904

V _ ( t MINE OF DEADLY QUALITY. Bursting Charge of from 500 to 1,000 Pounds of Guncotton. The observation mine Is a. large structure of cylindrical shape , and carries a bursting charge of from CiOn to 1,000 pounds of guncotton-the quantity vnryiug In nccordnnce with the depth of water In which It Is' to work. As shown In this cut the gun ' \ , 'r ' cotton Is jacltClI In layers In copper tanks 01' cases having holes In them to permit the allmlsslon of water for wetting The lower central case has a hole for the reception of the primer of dry guncotton and fulminate of . -1' ' ; " ( I * ; _ I , II - - . I I I -n- * ' , , - v OBSE72VA'T - ' - ' _ B1'.oRVf : ' : N g'N , ] mercury. The rest of 4he mine space Is left for the sake of buoyancy , the sum of which is : equal to a tendency to rise of 10 pounds' pressure. This 5UU . pound mine has an effective ur " , destructive area equal to a circle 60 feet In diameter These mines : are . . generally planted In series of from six to ten , aga...

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 — 2 December 1904

. I . . : ' , . Dccember 2 1904 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' . \ ' . . . . . . ' . . : - - - Local und Pcrsol1ul. J. Bing' was in this city last 'Ycdncsday. Pearl Prater spent Thanksgiving - giving with friends in St. Joscph. Sweet cider and pure cider vinegar - cg'ar 20c a gallon ) ) at Hcck's feed storc. . MaUic Shock was a Lincoln visitor the latter part of last . wcck. Mp ; . Alice Gardner visited in Columbia , Mo. , the first of the wcck. The school children are invited to call at 'Vanncrs for their school supplies , Cider and pure apple butter at thc new cider mill nt the cream- cry building' . W. 'Vasyka of Oklahoma City was a guest at the National Wed- ncsday. Sam Ross put his f t under his parents table in TecuutsebTburs- cl ay. ay.New New cider mill at thc crcamcry building four blocks north of thc Douglas mill. Mrs. Marion and Dora Richards - ards returned from St. Louis Wed nesdayof last weck Joe Varncr and Ned 'I'owlc rc - tunred St. Louis in time to spend 1 'f'hanksg-idn...

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 — 2 December 1904

- WASH BLUE Com 10 cents and equals 20 cent worth 01 any other kind of bluing. Won't Bream Freeze , Spill , i r Nor Spot Clothes IRICTIONG , FOR U3E , yigg1e5tIcI $ ( around in the bJate At aU ( wise Grocers. y - , = < : ' I Big Hairpin Factory. : f The greatest or the world's manu , , , ' factories of hulrilins ( / Is at Painswick , i a village In the Stl'ol\d valley , at the toot at the Cots wolds. There are no fewer than three hundred persons ent J plo 'ed In turning out these trifles of \ the boudoir , and hundreds of auto I matlc machines arc In constant opera - . . ton transforming miles of wire into tons of finished I1lns-London En- gineer. American Stops Swiss Train. r Losing his new hat ant of a wIndow of a Swiss express , an American pas- senger pulled the alarm cord and the traIn was stopped. lIe recovered his bat and cheerfully paid a $10 fine. Antiseptic FIlncliette. An English Inventor claims to have found a process of malting flanelletto I garments non-Inflammablo ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 December 1904

, . " . . . December 2 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE S . " ' ' , : . . Local and Personal. \lrs. Charles HolTlI1an is seriously sick at thc Mercy hos- pital. pital.Win. \VII1. Brown and John Crook were Merrill visitors MonJay A card received froll1 Aaron r40uc1 this wl'ck orders 'I'hc Tribune sent to Rivcrsidc , Cal. , instead of San 1)icgo 1lrs.V. . H. Kerr spent several weeks with her Hon , 1)r. iee Kerr in ansas'City , returning home last week. 1\11'5. Kerr was a dele- gate to thc Methodist Missionary vention in that city Gehling Theatre ONE NIGhT Monday ; ' Dec. 5th - - Second Annual Tour and . Triumphant Return of Young motional [ Actress JULIA GRAY Supported by her Sterling Company Including Richardson Cotton , Robert Har- land , J. Elwin Brown , Frank ' 1' . Wallace , Miss Alktta Van , Miss ! Julia Judge , Mrs. W. V. Hanons , Miss Mary Hanons and others in Latest Season l t lI1phatic SUCCCSS . HER ONLY SIN A tory of Intense I Heart Interest. I l\'lagniflcent ' Scen- ery all Car...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 December 1904

- jZj ( J iJjLJP &J l # t llFYgl/F J . - t' My Three Callers. . , \Vculth's shadow once Cell on mv door , . . rorttclllllg hlhiH HlIll gifts galore : But 1 with llrcullul nllll thytnes that \Iuy 'Vall bus ) ' . So ho event 1WU ' . Then Fame . with nil electric slloel Gave to ' door knock my n slJemlllg : But I still wedded was to art . 1 And let my lofty guest depart' . At last grown wise os years went by . I fiR W one other hovering nigh : . "X'was Love who caught mc 111 his act Where I am helll , taut happy ) yel I -Joel Benton \11 \ the September \\'OI\1:1I1'S Monte ComplllllolI. NEWS OF THE LABOR WORLD. ( - Items of Interest Gathered from Many Sources. Workers In sugar plantations ) ) In southern ! dalltornla will shortly lie lrgnnlzel1. : Journeymen 'fallors' International ) Union wm hold a convention in Bloomington , 111. , during the month Dr Jalluary. The third annual convention oC the International Hod Carriers and Bulid t. lug Laborers' Union of America will i meet In ...

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 — 2 December 1904

1 " December 2 , 904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE .j , - - - - - I Whitaker 6ros. Land Excursion December 6 , t 9041 If you want a good safe investment that will pay you from 10 to 20 per cent or if you arc renting and paying $ 500 to $600 for a } per year , come go with us on the above date and we will put you in a position to make the above stated interest , or if you are a ten- nant and can raise $ 1,000 i to $ i , 500 we can sell you a fine 160a farm with fair improvements for from $3,000 to $3 , 500 , balance 5 years at 6 per cent with privilege to pay any or all any time. Why will you pay such enormous rent and be kicked and cuffed around bv a landlord when you can own your own farm and pay'for it with the amount you are paying as' rent ? Did you ever stop and think that if you never make a start to get a farm of your own you will always be kicked and cuffed around by landlords. vVe are selling thousands of acres of this land in Dickinson , Saline and Lincoln Cos. , 1as. , to the ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 December 1904

. . , , ' ' . . . ' . . . " 4 " . . ' ' - , . . ' k'1 , . < ' ; -1 . . t..i J " ! kr i . al1 < < ; ity. : ijGribltttt. J . . . . . . , . . . . . ' . . . . . - - - - - " - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' , . VOLUME : I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , DECE\lBER : : 9 , 190.1. _ . u _ _ _ NUi\1131 _ _ _ _ _ _ R .u _ . . icl \ _ ) - - . _ - - - . ' . . 1 M A Surprise Party. Last : Friday was a day long to hc rc.ncmucrcd by Mr , anc1 l\rs. \V. P. Long- On thc morning that day , our genial Sheriff , John Hossack drove to thc home of Mr. Long 1' and invited him to g-o with him to a farm sonic four or five miles distant. On their return to the home ! , Mr. Long 1 was surprised to find it in thc possession of 34 of his fricnds.tl'o say that hc was surprised is putting it mildly. This surtrise party was in honor - or of Mr. Long-'s 62nd b 1 thclay. While there thc ladies busied themselves sewing carpet rags , sewing 256 lbs ; thc...

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 — 9 December 1904

. Dalanclng Accounts. - Now what do I owe you , for nil ot thlll ? For the "ummI1r' Joy by wood nod cliff ; For the woofl"n nook nod the IItoll'n kiAII : For the frlgift and delight In the 8on- . Hung 8klft : For the tlnKcr" . cool ) rind pink nod dim , Entwined with mlrw , and the hnllflY lauKh ? Come , what do J own you , oh , mnlden trim ? flirt remomher , or all ot It , you hal hnlt. Now what : do I ewe you , oh , mnlden nWIol ! , Nor the moonlight wnlkR down the "hllllrll bench 7 For the JOYII I knew on the driftwood neat . Whop we were nfnr and alone with t 'hch7 Now what I f10 I awe for the look III your Ofl'II. Th nectar my Roul lenpoll out to quaff Come , whln for mo , dear , how tlw hnl- iieH / rlllCO I 1)11 , IJul , IlIInornhor , ot all ot It , you had hnlt , Now , what do I awe you ? Take Into acs ' ount 'fho IllfJnHuro It IIIVO mo In hf'hl " 'I up Up 10 the scarred old cliff , It \\1\8 ours to 11I1/1/111 : 'fho pllJtlHUr" JL gave mo to touch Iho cup 'Vhorc your own roil...

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 — 9 December 1904

. . w " . Ieccmb 9 , 904 ' I THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - - , ' - - - - ' _ . - . . - - - - - . . _ - - . - - - - 1 R ' McNall's , ; GROCERY , , r. . , , , . : Fancy and Staple t. . . ' ' . , " , : ; . . \ . " . , . , Groceries , ' " " - ' " ' , , I " , , ; . . . ' . L/ . , , . . . " . . , Fruit in Season ' , , . ; " ; : : -t. . . ! t' " . . . . : ' . , - . . . . Satisfaction Guar- ! - . ' ' ' . . . . ' , i ' . ' . . , an teed ( . " . . . . " 1. . , . ' . Free City Delivey " , . . ' ' . . ' , , : : ' ' : 'f -.i. ' Phone 40 y . Storage for Household " - ' l And Other Goods J ' ' Face to Face Look your watch square in the face and ask yourself if ! you arc treating this old friend right in allowing - . lowing it to tick its life M'ay for . . need of timely attention. . r Perchance a drop of oil now I a I . little grit or dust brush away will . prolong Its period of timeliness . for . y " m < 1 ny .days I 'Vc clean , repair and put in order " . . timers of all kinds , from the...

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 — 9 December 1904

. . - - - - CONGRESS AGAIN , - - NATIONAL LAWMAKERS ABOUT TO ASSEMBLE. LITTLE Will BE DONE THIS WEEK Message of PresIdent Nott to Be De livered Until Second D..y-AdJourn. ment In Memory of Members Who Have Died. ASJIlNG'l'ON-Llttle III the way oC legislative ] ] hualnesH Is expected the first week oC the Hesstoll oC congress. 'rho first tiny will ue devoted to cnll- lug the roll ntlll swearIng In now menm- hors 'who have been elected ] to flU va- lnll:108 : : ' 1'he usual commltteo will bct ' 'appoInted lo inform the presIdent that congress / Is In Hessloll and time resolution ] notifyIng the senate that a (1IWI'UIll oC the house IH ready for uusl' 1sa : will ho IIlBBcd. ) Tuesday the president's mesHngo will ho read , but , ilis not expected that allY other bus- ! ness will ho lrammeled. hero arc Il number \ oC mInor matters - tors of legislation ] whIch 1IIay uo con- hlercd on 'Vcdnesdny and on 1'hurs. tiny , us no Bpeclal [ ] order has been nmttde for consideration [ oC any gener...

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 — 9 December 1904

t t . December TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 9 , 1904 - _ - _ _ m - - - - - - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ; i The Christmas Drug Store _ Come here for your Christmas Presents and for ' t all of your holiday Drug Store Shopping. Our stock was never in better condition to meet tIle require- of the Season. We have gifts for every member of the Family from the baby up to the grandparents & OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT . I - Christmas We Think Comes but once a year , you can't Our Gifts are Exceptionally Fine Afford to miss our Fine Display. This Year. Come and see what Early Selections are apt to be more you think about them. You will be Choice. delighted as all the others are. . We Await ; the Pleasure of Seeing you. : , A. G. WANNER I The Christmas Drug Store r. \ About This Time You begin to think about - - ; " bout Christmas gifts. ' , M For Christmas presents 'i i there is nothing more welcome and appropri- / , r ate than jewelry. If you 7 select the gift from our o stock , ...

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 — 9 December 1904

- , . , . . . . . . . - - - - - - l { ( filJ JJ lJJli1@ llfiI ) ( l/lTltP - . The Old River. i I " 'h 1I night drops down over ! 111 II 1 nllll IIIWII , AI the end of the weary . .Iur , . J Hit 111111 1111111I IIf II rippling IItI'CIIIII- Ah , iniuty It tithe IIwnr. J sit nail dream of It I'IJlJlIIIII- + + { strtvtin , Of the ebb and the ! lIul't flow ; Of the reeds In ranks by the WI1\'O-WUih- lll ! 1 hanks / Awl lilies that had 1111I1 1II0w From her Jltllll-Julll ! nest III 1Cl'allllr pawned The swallow swoops III the title ; A H\\'CI'\'U-ll 111I1'1-IIlIcI wllh joyous lire it She IIhl\llell \ thin spray fl'olll hl'l' Hili. The 1'1'11Hili / lllllCII through the 111:1:111",1 piney \ , Anil lot un the Watery 110111' A path uf red for It fllh' : 'H tl'cllIl Lies stl'olchell tu the farther \ HholO 'J'he swimmers cry 1IoJ ! they I clllllh on high " 1'0 the mock of the sliver sands , 'J'III one by one , III the Iwttllll HUll , 'rlluv { + Jlull'o ! with their I outstretched iutnds. They I...

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 — 9 December 1904

r , . i { _ December _ _ , _ , 9 , 1904 _ _ _ _ _ _ TI-lE - - - _ _ _ FALLS _ _ _ _ CITY _ _ _ , _ _ _ u _ TRIBUNE _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ - _ - . - _ _ _ _ . " , , " ' " . ' . ' . : ' . ' " . , . . . . , . " . \ . ( , - ; " . . . ' " " , F. w. , , , / ) /If > A : . It is Time to be Thinking of 11 , i , 1XMA ! ? Pfl L Ji . I if ti , . . , . . . . . . , . . , . - ' - - ' - - - - - /lr.'JI / ' 'u-----.t. Jr\-- " ' ' ' ' ' - . . \ A NO our line should receive 'your first consideration , as it is very , I complete , consisting of tile latest and most tttliqtte novelties . , : f. , . 0\0 tile tllarl < et. You will be surprised not only at tile beauty , eleCl " : I p gance and variety of our stock , but at the reasonableness of prices. I : ; . . . We cordially invite you to look Our Stock over , as we know that ri you will enjoy seeing the pretty things for Xmas , , and we will enjoy : , r : _ I the privilege of showing you through our store. . . ' > " . , . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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 — 9 December 1904

- - - , - - , , , g I > ! ' ( Y J r . t ] t Mrs. L. C. Glover , Vicc . Pres . ident Milwaukee , 'Vis. , Business Woman's Association , is another one of the million women who have been restored to health by using Lydia E. Pinldtam's Vegetable . table Compound. DRAft lnR. PIsrcnAM : : - I owns married . rled for several years nllli 110 children bleRsed my home. 'rho doctor said I had n. compliealiou oC emalo trollhles and I cOlllll not have any children un- leRR I could he eurcd. tic tried to euro me , hut utter experimenting for Rev- ernl monUu $ , my hnshal\l became dis- r'IIRted , and one night when wo noticed the tcstlmollinl oC a womtln who had been cured oC Hilllitnr trouble through the use or Lydia ; I : . Pinkhan Vegetable Compound , he went out and bought n. hot.t.1o for me. I used your JIIcdlcino for three md one-hnl months ' , . ' ill health , imtJl'o.ing' steadily : , nnl In twenty - t vo months Do child cltme. I cannot fully express the joy and thankfulness that Is In...

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 — 9 December 1904

i I It t December 9 , 1904 . THE FALLs , CITY TRIBUNE . . ' " - - , , " - - - . . . Local and . . . Personal. . ' . Eat Sowles Candy. Books of all kinds at A. G. ed ' \Vanncrs. ' P' . Fred Dc\Vald was on thc sick ; list thc first of thc wcick. ' Dowty Watson came up from ( ' ] : cscrvc Saturday aftcrnoon. . Call on \V. H. Crook and Co. , for guns and ammunition. . D. 11. Scars and wife of Reserve - serve spent Sunday in this city. S " \Vhat's the matter with a m , , "marricd folks" lance Christmas eve ? J 13' Mrs. Daisy McKisky spent Sun- td I day with her parents in white I Cloud. \ . Anna Maddox of Preston visited - , . ' , . . . . . , , , \ \ : . ed wIth rclatl\'cs in thiS city : ; undar. , . The school children arc invited r to call at Wanners for their ' school supplies , " , Tobias Potect visited with Mr. ' . . ' , and Mrs Will Hurst in lj'adonia ' " last Friday. Crook and Co. , have thc best line of fencing in town. Call . . and see it. Mrs. Frank ; Werner is rcco\'cr- i ng f...

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 — 9 December 1904

. ' - . . _ - - - ' - . - . I . " . . . . " ' . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . " . . . . . . , " ' , . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . ' . , . . I . . \ . . ' " . I < Ii " : 'fJ b quilt UII II ! $ A TALE or TIlE CUMN WAR M J . V .5T6' L 1W f J CHAPTER VII-Continued Senor nohludo bus no 100Igcr his ' hand upon the throttle valve control ling his emotionH , which , up to this moment , have ! been kept In t : ' 'ondm' ful control , considerIng his fiery na tlonallty. The harrier If swept down by ! that fierce rush of the tide , and a8 ho ! hisses across the table , his usuallY suave COUntenance takes on the ex- IIreHlllon ot a fiend The crisis Is at hand. ' 1'hanlcH to his long trulnlng , .TacIt knows just how to meet such nn emer- gency. Ho has one elbow resting on the table , and supports his head care Jcsflly with his hand , "What mIght that he , senor ? " he smlleH "n ven30 , A Spaniard never forgets nn Injury , 1 have lost a fortune , It may ho , hut In return 1 mean to have -'o...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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