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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 19 February 1904

. February l 19 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY . TRIBUNE . 7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - FACTS AND FANCIES BY ALLAN D. MAY. , Familiar to most people I On this terrestrial globe : \ , . . . - , - Is the oft repeated story- The lfard luck talc of Job. Yet from the cup of trouble , _ " , 0 Hc never had a sip- " ' ,1 - 'rhe scriptures do not mcntion . " 'rhat he ever had thc g'dp. , , - - - - - - - i A vote at the polls is worth two at the caucus. . When a man swears. " bout it- ; . he weakens his arg-umcnt. What is more useless than , an j , alarm clock that won't work ? - - - - - - - - \ Hc is a wise fool who realizes , thc foolishness of his own folly. . - - - - - - - f . Did you ever know a man whom -you really and truly considcred , J . 111ag'iHl11imous ? - - - - - , Vlhel1 wc see a woman wearing : ' ; it Idmona wc : arc tempted to been on thc Czar's sidc. . - - - - - - - Some times it requires a won- ' + \ ' dcrful insight to 'fi : , the connection - tion between thc sermon ...

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 — 19 February 1904

r , , 8 TI.IE FALLS CITY Tl IBlJNE I February 19 , 190- \ - - - - - - - Educational Department Conducted by County Superintendent Crocler - - - - DiHt. No. 18 , Camma Hall , tcachcr- . arc getting along ; niccly. Our school will close larch 18th. . - - - - - - - - Anna : Martin has resigned her 1 position as grammar grade teacher - crn thc Dawson schools on account - { count of thc sickness of her mothcr. 1)ist. No. 44 , I1launie Riley , teachcrDuring - thc past ; two mon ths' our average has been lowered on account of sic1mcss , but in spite ' of all ; this thc interest - cst is good. } The County Supcrintcndcnt's office has been complimcntcd with a : copy of thc proceedings of the Department of Child Study in annual convention at Boston , Mass. : [ , July , 1003 . 'rcachcrs wishing to rcccivc a copy should write to Dr. G.V. . A. Luckcy , Lincoln , Ncb. , and enclose ten cents. _ . - - - - - If wc expect ourchi1drcn to live l thc bcautiful , and lovc thc beautiful - tiful , we must...

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 — 19 February 1904

r \ I \ February (9 ( , Jtot THE FALLS crrv TRIBUNE 9 TALENT DEVELOPED ITSELF. Young Woman Dressed Dolls and Was Well Repaid. ' Ethel was the despair of thl ramilJ' She was 18 years : ) old , but , ' ' had ' ' childiHh never overcome a . passion for paringwith ] dolls , I Notliiag , interested : hel' so much ) it IS : making doll ] ] dresses and ouUii or lingerie. \flll'n she ( 'ante ) ( t.o hPI' pi ightee11t11 t veal' Ilse t ) eon5taut ( : nagging ' going of her l1'1ot her and elder sis , tees t finallJ induced her to gin up her OWll dolls , hu t she ] UJ'ned I ] 1'L' pnPl'friPH t.o Ilakitig and , dressing dolls for the child N a on the block ] on which she lin d , The family , ' the New YOI'k Tress could says ! : : cw ; , ( see llothing plaetieal ] ( ] ill this wOI'k " and urged her , vainly as it IU'o\pd , 10 give it up Ethel had a fin : 11 ! ' ied sister who crime to pay a visit at home ) for a fpw da\'s. and she pXHmin'd ; one of' Ethel's : dolls with tllll"pig-upd intpl" I - 1...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 19 February 1904

10 TI.IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Febrtiarv 191 1904 . - - Synop.s-i.s- Late War Nebv.s- . . - - - - - - - - - - - - Official advicc5 from a Russian source claim severe reverses - verses for Japanese land forces in lYlanchuria , many being kil1ed. Nineteen thousand Japanese .1 troops have landed at Che- mulpo. , It is now asserted that twelve Russian war vessels have been destroyed and eight captured. . Japan is planning reprisals for the sinking of a merchant 51111) I ) . I An edict at Peking says the court has no intention of leaving the capital. The French government has officially . . declared its neu- trality. . \Vith the pos5ibility of a renewal of the Japanese attack on Port Arthur on the 14th there are no substantial reports of recent battles on land or sea. The RU5sian squadron is said to have returned to Vlad- vostock. Russia , fearful of interference b\ ' Great Britain , threatens to retaliate ban invasion of India. It is now claimed that eleven Russian warships were put out of...

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 — 19 February 1904

. - Febntw , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE II . . . ) _ 19 . . 19Q4 . . . . . . . . . . . _ . - - - - . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - . . . . . . . . . ' " - . - - - - - - 'I . HOLT'S ! Shoe Store t f I ) a-- Falls City , Neb. ! . SHOES Men , Women and i for Children . . iI I i . I would be pleased to have you call to see our Shoe Styles . . . . . Would also like add your name to our list of customers. Chlldrcn's Shocs Spccialty. warm Lined Shoes for Old Folks. . Rubbers and Overshoes of all Kinds. " - . Want to Phone ? Call 23. CURRENT PRESS COMMENT , Free For All. If you think you arc good gubernatorial - l'rnatorial timber have courage , my boy , to say so.-Bixby in the State Journal. - _ . . . . . - - - - - , No. ' . , Is tltcre a place in thc world where a boy ha it perfect right to , ' make all the noise h , . . : wants ? -Atchison ' Globe. 1 i" - . , . \ On the , Other Side. Some day an enterprising ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 19 February 1904

12 I TI.IE I I FALLS CITY TRIBlTI\E : ; February 19/1904 . Church Notes . . - - - - - - - - - l cv. S. G. Fisher of Stamford , Ncb. , will hold regular Sunday services in Presbyterian church next Sabbath morning and c\'cn- jug. A cordial invitation is cx- tcndcd to aU to attend thcsc scr- viccs. . . . - - - - - - Brethren Church -Owin to thc interest taken in thc series of meetings they were continucd another wcck. Services Sunday z at 10 a. m. and 7:30 : ( ) p. iii . , bap- tism at evening service. Sunday school at 10 ( a. m. Silver Creek t Sunday school at 10 ( a. m. All arc wc1come.-l I . Haskins , pmtor. . I As a result of the ' c\'ang"clistic mccling"s now in progress at thc Brethren church thc sacrament of baptism was administcl'cd to ten persons last Saturday aftcr- noon. 'l'hc church has been taxcd to its full capacity in ac- commodating" thc large congregations - tions that have ttcndcd thc services - vices each c\'cning- At St. 'l'homas church , first Sunday in Lent , Fcbr...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 26 February 1904

, . . . . Y t jj aIls ( ltitj1 ! ? ri nut. , _ . . _ . . . . . . . I - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ! . ' > > . VOLUME I . . . . FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 26 , 1904. NUMBER,8 " ' f ( Death Has Visited } Many Homes ' Phoebe Belle Greenwald ' ' Phoebe Belle Greenwald passed 1 away Saturday evening . For a long time she had not been in the I best of health and last 11'dday a surgical operation was decided ' . : ' , { " . upon. The operation revealcd . @ : : . her condition to be much worse than it was supposed to be , although - t. . . though she rallied and hopes of . ( ) her ' ' were entertained l f . 'recovery , jJ . hut a relapse came which resulted - . ed in her death. 4 Death no matter to whom or in what form it comes always brings with it the tear of sorrow and thc sigh of grief , but it is not always . . . . - ' that a single visitation of the I \...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 26 February 1904

\ . TILE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE eb . . . . February 26j 1904 - - - - - - - - - - - - - CURRENT PRESS COMMENT Timely. 'rhis epidemic of grip came in just at the right season for the pronounciation of Russian names. -Auburn I-Icrald. Foolish Feelings. A man never knows how foolish he can feel until he ha talked in- ( to a phonograph and heard the rcsult.-Hasting's 'rribunc. f Yes Indeed. The persons who can success- fully winter a big collection of t house plants has much to bc thankful for.- I.rdon Vedcttc. Good Advice. When a man playfully points a pistol or gun at you , knock him down ; don't stop to inquire whether it is loaded or not , knock him down. Don't be particular what you hit him with , only sec , that it is properly donc. If a coroncr's inquest is held , let it be on the other fellow-he won't be missed.-Robison Indcx. Are You Growing Old Do you wake up in the night and wonder what time it is , and get up and make a light to see ? 'rhis is a sign of Lg"C. ; 'Vhat difference -...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 26 February 1904

1 t . f , February 26 , 1904 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE .i : II. J # _ _ _ _ _ u _ _ I ( I Neighborhood d Nes- . . , Humboldt. ' . Special to 'rhc ribl\t1c. ) .r Rudolph cstiska was in Omaha - ha J\'Ionday. 1\'lrs. Anna Colhapp is visiting in St. Joseph. f J as. 'l'rimblc and wife have , moved to town. , . , tf 1 Ralph Philpot is down front Lincoln for a short visi t. - t Lou Segrist made a business , trip to Beaver City last weel\ : Guy Reid has recovered from his illness and returned to Havclock. A. J. Wheeler and wife of Sa- . lent spent Sunday with relatives in Humboldt. ' . Ray Gist and wife attendcd thc funeral of 1\-1rs. Grccnwald at li"al1s City T uesdav. J. F. \Valsh and wife and H. E. Boyd attended thc funeral - > i \ services of 1/rs. . Grccnwald. 1\'lrs S. C. Turner of Lincoln I _ . is visiting her parents , Tort Fry - . . : \0 . ' . -.r and wife and numerous fricnds. Rcv. Calvert of thc I\'Icthodist church preached thc funeral sermon - mon of Samuel Canon at 'l'ccum- s...

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 — 26 February 1904

t' THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' February 26 , 1904 . 4 _ _ _ _ n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ . _ _ . - _ - . - _ _ . _ _ i. - - - - - - - - - h Neighborhood News , Williamsville. Theodore Shut7- is on the sick list. . shellcd for 1 Bonholdt Bros corn 1SE SE R. Faller tr tesday. Mrs. Seimering . visited in St. 7. > 3 : > Dcroin last'week ' Emma SlaW ; . . spent Sunday with her frtenc1 - Haiel Dunn. " : G. W. Duerf " 1-r ' and Ii' . Butler assisted E. Butlcrwith his butch- cring last wcek. Anna Constantine went to Falls City Monday to spend a few weeks with friends. Edward and B. C. Ducrfeldt assistcd 1. A. Dunn with his butchering last week. lrs. Elliot started for her home in lontana Friday as Grandma Dunn is slowly imprO\- . I mg. mg.G. G. W. Ducrfeldt made a trip to Salem Nlonlay . IIc trove to Falls City and took the train from there to Salem , returning the next lay Ohio. Special to 'l'he 'l'ribul1c. ? I : \ ' Irs. Phincas Fisher is on thc s sick list. Frank Licht sh...

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 — 26 February 1904

P . , February 26 , THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - 1904 - - - . . . - - - - - - - - . . . - . . - - . - . . . . . - . - - - - - - - - . . - - - . 5 - - - r t THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Every Friday at FALLS ; CITY , NEBRASKA I By . ' : ROSS & RAY I Entcrcd as sccond-class matter , Janu- I > > ary 12 , 1904at thc post oOice at Palls City , Neb. , under the Act of CongTcss of March 3 , 18i9. I ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR . Telephone No. 22 ( , . - - - ' - - - - - . 41 Congressional Convention The rcpuhlicam of the First congressional - , gressional district of Nebraska arc hereby called to meet in couvcntioll > ill I' the city of Lillcolll , Nebraska , at ten o'clock a. m. , on March 22 , 1904 , for thc transaction of the following business ! : 1'or ! the nomillation of a representative - live in congress and to select two dis- ' 'Qt " , trict delegates and two alternates to the republican national cOI1\'ention to bc held ill the city of Chicago , 111. , on' 'l'uesday , June 21...

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 — 26 February 1904

6 TI-IE FALLS CITY . TRIBUNE February 26 , 1904 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Every Friday at li'ALI CITY , NEBRASKA By ROSS & RAY ' 1 Entered as second-class matter , January - l ary 12 , 1904at the post office at falls I City , Neb , under the Act of Congress of March 3 , 1879. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR - Telephone No. 226. If you think you would like to bc mayor of Falls City , speak right out. Bryan can't keep l : still and bc consistcnt. Silence is golden , therefore Billy will have nothing to do with it. . D. E. 1'11omsson has announced 1 that hc will not bc a candidate for thc United States senatc. He j made this annoucmeitt heard above rumble and thc roar of the ti Burkett boom. 'l'he Czar of Russia has become despondent. His despondency may be the result of the failure of tht : Hague tribunal to produce results , or it may be due to the failure of thc Russian navy to pro...

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 — 26 February 1904

. Febn1clry 26 , 1904 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNl' : 7 - - L I . FACTS AND FANCIES BY ALLAN D. MAY. , . , I I pity him whose discontcnl ) at Has come to bc cn\'it'onmcnt , ,0 .A1\ \ all prcvading atmosphcl'c } . In which hc lives from year to yeat' . I . pity him , thc man dcnied , . . 'l'he pleasures the satiffied ; , . i v. . , ' ' Whosc nature is too deaf and blind f , 1 TT 10 correspo'td with hunHlIl-ldmt. ' ; " , I pity him whose crowning sin r } " Is brooding o'cr what might have been ; . fj. \ ' , ' ; . " ' 1' . . . ' 'Vho for his soul a temple makcs ; 1Id : , . < . Buildcd of all his last ? mistakcs . , 'i\ ' ' " I . : , ; . And therein \ sits in solitude ' . . i ; . ; . , i . : : . . . " Save for his fancy's harrying brood , . . . & + , ; , : . And gives his pessimism vent .i.i"if . ! f. . : . J .And tells his bcadsof discontent ; . . ' . ' 11 I.'ii . , : t' . . . . ' Whilc all around on either side . 1 . Is surging \ lifer unceasing tide , ' , ' f' < " ; . , . . , '...

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 — 26 February 1904

t 8 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE February 26190 . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ed May spent Sunday in Nebraska - braska City. J. R. Cain jr , of Stclla was in . ' " town Wcdncsday ; t Joe Culp has just finishcd an- other big ice housc. D. W. Nicll of Humboldt was in town WChusday Irvin Shirley of Humboldt was in town Wcdncsday. - C. P. Rcavis drove to Barada on business Tuesday Emma Kcllcr has returned from a visit in Nebraska City. , I ' , Miss'Ncll Snyder leaves today ] I for a visit in Red Oak , Iowa 11 Dr. Houston was called to Hum- f1 boldt profession 'l'ucsday. :1 William Wilson is reported as lli ' being among thc seriously ill. Robt. Hoback of Barada was R' in town on business cdncsday. { . O. L. Bantz of IIumboldt was a Falls City visitor Wednesday . f Joe Culp went to Hiawatha ! yesterday . for a visit with rcla- " , tives . Dr. G. H. Neal is very ill. The doctor is suffering from typhoid fcvcr. 1 Otto Porr and F. 1\1. Boss of 1fumboldt were in thc city Wcd- ...

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 — 26 February 1904

V 26 THE \ CITY February , 1904 FALLS TRIBUNE _ _ _ _ n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ u _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ . . _ _ . . _ _ . _ _ . _ _ _ . _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ m 9 Neighborhood News - - - - - , Stella. Special to trhc dbul1c. l lI. B. blooding was in town , - " . . \londay. / tt /1- The R. F. ] D. carriers htd ; a holiday 1\londay. . Fred Stringfield was in Hia- t waiha Sunday. Irwin Curry was uy from Hia- . waiha Saturday. F. G. \Veavers have moved on I ' a farm east of Shubert. J. H. Over1lan made a business ' ; trip to Humboldt Thursday. C. H. Thomas and wife visited relatives in Auburn this week. . .Miss Nclle Mitchell visited friends at Falls City last week. George Coons of Humboldt is j visiting relatives at this place. Miss Clara Newell is visiting . friends at Glen Rock this week. ' H. E. Clark and wife returned $ , Saturday from a trip to Louisiana ; Guy Goldsberry and wife now k occupy : Mrs. Bessie 'rhomas' / . . . house. ' Mrs. Bessie Thomas returned . Saturd...

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 — 26 February 1904

A A 10 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE February _ 6 , 19o- . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The Social News. l . - - - - - Mrs Gco B , Holt entertained e at a Kensington Tuesday aftcr- noon It was a very pleasant social cvcn t. - - - - - - - - - Friends in Council met in regular - ular session last Friday evening , Miss Gilman being thc hostcss It was both a business and social session and as such was both Jc pleasant and profitablc - - - - - - - tl'hc next number of thc Sorosis lecture course will be thc appearance - ancc of Ralph Parlcttc , thc humorist - orist As a "funny man" Mr : , Parlctte ranks with thc best and ; has the reputation of being a , E prince of cntcrtaincrs He will t appear at thc Jennc opera house , . . Thursday evening , March : 3rd ! Mrs\Vi1liam Jlarnack was very pleasantly surprised on Tuesday by thc members of the German Ladies Art club who desired to assist her in the celebration of her birthday When \ she had recovered - covered from thc effects of her surpr...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 26 February 1904

. tiff , t _ February I 26 , 1904 _ _ TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I 1 Educational1Jepartment .l Conducted by County Superintendent Crocker Preston School Notes. . . ' " : Miss'Vattc\'nc has been on thc sick list for several days. : jkt ? Our eighth grade arc working like thc Japs are fighting-to . W111. will.We We are studying thc Panama qucstion ( and our society will dc- bate it on Friday evening , : March 4th. 4th.Wc Wc arc striving for thc highest " possible mark in thc Preston ; I .schools , Wc strive to lead our , pupils to see thc great necessity : ' x" : or being trite men and womcn , n + ; + < ; mentally , morally and physically. ' : \ Rcv. J. lI. Kinkaid of Rule ' : . < paid us a pleasant and profitable . : visit on : Monday of this wcek. . . He visited both rooms , spencling nca'rly thc whole day and gave : each room a splendid talk that - was encouraging and profitable 11 to both pupils and tcachcrs. , " . , j' The eighth grade pupils have " organized by electing Laur...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 26 February 1904

. 1 J2 THE.FALLS CITY TRIBUNE February 26 , 1904 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Roosevelt Club Meeting. The meeting of the Roosevelt club on Monday evening was 1 quite well attended.tlhc most important business transacted was 1 thc adoption of the by-l aws that shaH govern thc organization 'Plle by-laws as reported by thc committee were read by thc secre- I tary and adopted after a few slight changes had been madc. ' Considerable discussion arose over thc limitation of member- ship. trhc by-laws provided that any republican living in Falls City be eligible to mcmbership. t Some suggested that the words , Hand vicinity" bc added. : Chose i 3 opposing thc change argued that 1 it was thc desirc of thc stat coma - i 1 mittec that Roosevelt clubs be organized in every prccinct and I that thc admission of republicans ' from outside precincts to thc Falls I' City club would have a tendency ! to discourage the organization of clubs in those precincts...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 26 February 1904

. R 12 THE. FALLS CITY TRIBUNE February 26 , 1904 _ . _ . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I Roosevelt Club Meeting. i The meeting of the Roosevelt club on Monday evening was quite well attended. The most important business transacted was the adoption of the by-l aws that shall govern thc organization. 1 The by-laws as reported by the committcc were read by the secretary - tary and adopted after a few slight changes had been made. 1 Considerable discussion arose over thc limitation of mcmbcr- ship. The by-laws provided that r any republican living in Falls City bc eligible to membcrship. Some suggested that thc words "and vicinity" bc addcd. ' . ] hose opposing the change argued that it was thc desire of thc state com- mittcc that Roosevelt clubs be organized in every precinct and that thc admission of republicans from outside precincts to thc Falls City club would have a tendency to discourage thc organization of clubs in those precincts. The majority took ...

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 — 4 March 1904

. Y . ht 4'aIIs ribnn . . i _ _ . - . - - - - _ - - - - - - - - - - . - . . . - - . . - . - . - . - . . - - . . - - ' - . : . . . - " - . - ' - " _ . ' - - - - ' . ( \ . , ; I I _ VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MARCH 4 , 1904. ' NUMBER 9 ' I Q ; " Death of Martha Krossa. The death of Miss : : Martha Krossa occurred at the home of V. G. Lyford " on last Sunday U morning. Miss Krossa was . a i victim of typhoid fever and although - though the crisis was considered - ed as past , and her friends began to have strong hopes of her recovery - covery , a change for the worse occurred suddenly and she passed i away. For over three years she had live in this city following her profession , that of a trained nurse. She was one especially + " endowed by nature for this line of work. Hers was a christian ! character and hers was a nature overflowing with sympathetic tenderness. Her very presence ip the sick room was an inspira- tion to the weary and disheartened - . -ed sufferer , an...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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