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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 December 1904

. . , . , . . \ , -December 16 , 1901 , f THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . - - - Their House Decorated. 'When Mr. and1\lrs. U. I I. eavis . . returned to their house Wednesday - day from their wedding' tour they found that sonic 11lischeivous ' friends had decorated the exterior } _ " \4- I uf their house with old shoes , slippers and boots. Large1)lacar(1s ' as May all of our troubles belittle " ' Behold the bride- little ones"-----,13ehohl ) ' g'rool11 cometh" -'I'his is the 1' opcn Reason for g'00-g'00 cye "and . kindred pleasantries were laded : I to every available space on the sides of the house. It is neeelless . to add that Burt made a scatter- inn in short order. Reception. A formal reception given to : Mr. and Mrs . B. T. Rcavis hy the immediate relatives of l'.Ir. Eca\'is \ will be held tonight at the home of 1\11' . and 1\1rs. 1\ J. Gist. 1'here are about one hundred and lift ) invited guests. The invitations - vitations arc con lined to the . , young social set. t Burned With A...

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 — 16 December 1904

. , . . . - WORK THIS WEEK WHAT CONGRESS WILL BUSY ITSELF . SELF ADOUT. THE PHILIPPINE CIVIL Bill - It Will Bc Discussed In the Upper House With n Vote on Frlday.- House Will Give Consideration to Pension 011111. . . - WASIIINC'I'ON'l'ho 1 I principal event scheduled for the senate the present week 11:1 : the taking or the vote on the Phllllplno ( civil hill which Is sot down for next l.'rhlarlt :1 : o'clocl Under the agreement ! to vote , the hili rClllnlns the IInf1nlshed hushwab' or .tho senate until that date and It will have preference over nil other questions each day after 2 o'clocl Many democratic , oratle senators are opposed \ \ lo the hill , hilt the best Information otlmllla\le \ Is that t there will ho 110 debate on the Philippine IIl'itlon They will Ilevol their efforts to securing a modification < < of Homo of the Ill'O\'lslolIs of the hill nil especially ! obnoxious , giving sllednl attention lo the bond 1 and Chinese 1m. IIIlgmtion clnllse After the vote on th...

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 — 16 December 1904

. T . , . , . - -December 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . " - _ _ _ _ . . . & . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . & . . .JIl _ & 6 & . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . & . . . _ . . . & . . . . . . . . . _ . . . & . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . & . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . & . . . . . . . . . . . . , i ,4 ' . , \ It is Time to be Thinking of . I , , XflI1TMA flNT1 - . :1 : r AND our line should receive your first consideration , as it is very complete , consisting of the latest and most unique novelties , , . on the market. You will be surprised not only at the beauty , ele- , gance and variety of our stock , but at the reasonableness of prices. We cordially invite you to look Our Stock over , as we know that , ' . you will enjoy seeing tile pretty things for Xmas , and we will enjoy the privilege of showing you through our store. . ' WE ARE OVERSTOCKED ON GAME BOARDS . AND ARE CLOSING SAME OU...

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 — 16 December 1904

F ? OM TI E - - - . . - - - - f' The Fellow Thnl's Doing His Dest. You miy talk or your battle scarred heroes , Ot martyrs tlJlll nil ot time rest , nut thol'c'f1 nlloUml' 1 thllll jlll ! as worthy- The fellow that' doing his boat. Ile ,10C811't wear gold braid and tinsel. Nor ride Oil the wahhhelit crest , Dill hC'1i nh\'II's where duty demands llm- ! This fellow that'll doing ! his hOIlt' No trumpet hlnro tells at his ! coming For ( nine hI' III 1111\1'1' hI quest : But he's always II hero of hCI'o.q , this ! fellow Who III always tOUlIII doing his hellt. And I'll sure III the tiny ot the jllllmont , When many shall fall lit thl' test , 1'I\Irc'lI ! 110 one who will pass ) : without troullle- The fellow thllt's doing his hl'lIt ' Anti the gales ot the lien verily city , The beautiful Irenic of the blest " will swing / wlll for IIIV hero to ( , l1tel'- ' The fellow thlll'II doing I his hcst. - --InllnR ( Texas ) NowlI. - - - - - NEWS OF THE LABOR WORLD Items of Interest Gathered fr...

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 — 16 December 1904

! r : . . , , . , . . December 16 , 1904 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , . Willian1sville 1. A. Dunn marketed a load of fat hogs to Falls City Tuesday for R. J. Dunn. Geo. Crocker , Co. Supt. visited our school Thursday afternoon . . \ > y Byron and hazel Dunn attcnd- c thc play at the Barada hall Monday night. Miss Grace Bennett who has been teaching music in this community - . munity finished her work last , wcck. Henry Butcr's ] cousins gathered - cd at his home Friday evening in honor , of his thirteenth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Dunn spent Sunday with Coon Pdchard and wifc. t 1. A. Dunn and sons Jesse and Eugene were in Barada Satur < lay. Ida Leccy and Katie cinke spent several days last week with their p < lrcnts. Ohio. . . " Mrs. Omara visited in Rule last week with relativcs. Eph Peck and wife drove down to Merrill Friday. \Irs. B. F. Slagle called at N. . Pecks Sunday. I t Mr. Dcffenbaugh of Illinois vis- itcd with his nephew , Geo. Diltz last wcck. Sarah Schultz wa...

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 — 16 December 1904

. - - - - . - - . . . - - HOME AND 'ASHI0NS. - . . - . . - - PRETTY THINGS TO WEAR AND . GOOD THINGS TO EAT. . ttrdctlve Autumn Calling Costume- Blouse of Pale Green Cloth-De. IIclous Raspberry Bavarian Cream -Some Fanciful Ideas In Muffs. . Fanciful Ideas In Muffs. , While lint muffs are inure fashion' able thus the round variety the dl tfer . enre It ! not owing altogether to a "re [ ' ul'cnco for the lint , at ! the HhOl.t-hulroll furs arc rondo till In the IIrHl form , while the long hlllrmi lire matte Into largo round III II 1Tt ! . Many of the flat muffs assume a mounded \ outline 01' even u tendency t to u point al the lower part while the tops are narrower ! und are often curved or \ nden tecl. Many of the hl'aOn's ! muffs and neck ] pieces arc designed for special costumes . tumes and out for general weur. In muffH fancy runs riot : on some oC the fanciful ones to go with certain cas. tumet ( , Not ollly 1:1 lace dried , but pas' emcnterleH , bands of oll1hrolller , und con...

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 — 16 December 1904

, 4 December 16 1 , 1904 . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - " Ed Howe in a Balloon 'l'herc is everything in contras Onc's true position is bette ; t" " understood by a thoughtful COt1 sidcration of thc position of other than in any other way. If yo ' are unaware how narrow and it1 1 consequential you and your environments \'ironmcnts are , get out into th world and lcaril something of hog the other half lives , and the con trast will teach you an excellcn mId much needed lcsson. * * * : Man never realizes his little ness so much as when viewin : , some Qf nature's wonders. . Lee . upon the broad expanse of th ocean or ragged peaks of th mountains and then con templat man. The contrast is useful i' i ' thc mcasurmcnt of cO.11plrat \ ' il1U cs. I * * * The writer once walked and . Niagara Falls Robed and hoodc 111 .l rubber suit like a monk \ walked ] in the face of a b1indinJ . spray with thc roar which ha sounded for ages beating in m. . cars. I stood benea...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 December 1904

- - . . . . . . . . . - . - Too Late. . - - - ( tether UII' links that scattered lie Bury there HOll1owlwt'-1\ IR broken Htlr not the air with 1111 hill sign Lay 011 the grave : 110 blossomed ! : 101l1I. None need remember nlH\ \ none regret With reproachful looks that IL life hi wURted ; It III enough tint \ II sun tlllR act . That the Wino was spilled 'l1'0 n drop III ! ' tastoQ . Bury there somewhere , nor stay to part . Tire geld ( UIII the dross ! III the Hllent grat , ' e ' ; Inscribe Oil the tombstone " 1'1119 fragile , hl'lIl'l Was ntmlll-nntI " none was I\t hand tu ' . \l1l\'U. -1 . C. 1\ [ . L . . - - TUE SIMPLE LItE DY MARGERY WILLIAMS It seemed the last house on the rand , which had stretched , fiat and dusty and featureless , for the five miles since ho left Blrchvllle , edged hy barren pasture and overgrown with brambles , and with here and there a stunted tree to break the monoton lie slowed his bicycle down as he drew hoar , looking ! nt the mull ! : I square ( dwell...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 December 1904

I : t . , , December 16 , IC)04 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - k TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . , i Published Every Friday at ALLS CITY , NEBRASKA Br . TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. 1.V Entered as sccond-class matter , Janu- ary 1C , 190 ' ; lat thc post otliceat Falls City , Kcu. , under the Act of Congress f of March 3 , 1879. . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . ONE : DOLLAR PER YEAR Telephone N ; . 22 ( ) . BURKETTS SUCCESSOR. Speculation as to E.J. Burkctts ! successor continues to bc thc ( r chicf topic of political con vcr- . sation. About every republican in the district has "been mention- cd" as a prospective .candidatc. Prophets and wiseacres , clairvoyants - voy-ants ; ; nd ward heelers have all contributed to thc speculations of . probabilities and still thc question - , tion is in thc air , so to spcak. ' Judge Paul Jcsscn has 'indicatcd . . to some of his friends that hc may - not care to bc an applicant. All- I en of Johnson says he will not ' side step until he kn...

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 — 16 December 1904

' " - - - - - - - - - - - - \MPImI . TALES : . ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : --I--1------ ' " ' ! I ! ! ! . : ! . , - - - . - ; Our Flag ! 'l'h4)Y'\'o hllllJt II hit Old Glory on It rope nero ! ! ! ! the 11'1'1 , Anll JIIHt tll see It Nutterputs /1 tickle III my Cl't. Anti 1011'1111101 II r c'rln\tll' \ lIlI lilY buck and down Into elll'h nr ' nt- It mlllwH , mlJ henr . till IJlII\c \ call 111111 feel WIII"/l I ' awful ellIll'llI ; I hror the Ilfll notes HhrlJlllIJ and the thl'ollhllll ; of the 111'11111 ; I IICIlI' the yell or I-altlo IlM the Hllln'- IIrolltl hoof tlllllhl corns : . I are nl " n's IIIHIII'M fillhrg , though their Hllh Its ' ' ' IW\'l'I' IIIH-- Such thrills 1111 thlH run through me when I lieu Ihllt IH\'l1ylnl illig ! Look-Ioolc ! 'li hC I'c\'zc > has caught It up , iunl holt "I It , while / the ltlll yeti nil its /oItl'lpe-t ngllllcl''hllo the J'IIIIIIl'H race and run ! ' 1'ho glllr IIf those Cuddy bands I shut III by lanes IIr white 'IOOelR all ray duxty .JI'...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 December 1904

. NEARLY FOUR CENTt'RIES OLD. - - - St. Augustine , Fla. , Has Oldest House In Amerlct The oldest house In America Is In St. Augustine , Fin. This building , by winter resort. ho- " \ ' " . - comparison ? with the - 1L- ' tell in that town , Is not pretentious - structure , but when It was built It I was undoubtedly one or the principal . . structures of the town. , " It Is built of coquina rock . a mixture ; : ; ' . ; or sand and shell , which Is the same I material used In the building of the f , Ponce de Leon hotel and the Alcl\mr ; t , It Is not known In what rear this t. t building Was put up , but It was short t I I I , I , I' 1 j Oldest House In America. 1) I ' after the landing of the Spanish which was on the 8th or September , . , . 1665. The building Is In a fairly good J state of preser\'atlon. The Interior Is beautifully finished in highly polished wood. , , : - It was occupied by the Spanish emI - dials during the time Florida was a I Spanish colony and was later the ho...

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 — 16 December 1904

. Deccmbea' 16 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE' Local und Personul. . - . . - - - . . j Mr. [ and Mrs. TJ' P. Crush rc- movcd from this city to a farm seven miles of town last wcek. 1\11' Crush was formerly a member - bel' of thc Burchard & Crush im- ph.'mcnt 1 Jirm. He and his wife have many friends in Falls City who regret thc change which takes them from the community. Dressing Cascs , Gloves and Handkerchief boxes , smoking sets , Jewel cases , work boxes and every novelty you can think of in Stag , holly and Celluloid at City Pharmacy. A small audience listened to thc Imperial concert at thc IVlctho- dist church Friday cvcning. Portions of thc entertainment were very enjoyable especially thc performance of Miss Pearl Riley , pianist. Brethren churchNationall\Iiss- ion Day at 11 a.m. and 7:30 : p.m. Morning subject , 'The Missionary - Church. " ] ' ary Evening subject , I"rhe Force of a Purposc. " Pray- cr mc'ting'Vcdncsday cvcning. All are wc1comc.- ] . E. Haskins , pastor. Cal...

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 — 16 December 1904

t. . r. r.r r 1I 1r r 1 ° m 4 . p 1- Y I 1 tt 1Ft 1 f . , r I J r-f . ' ) 1 'i . . - . . , . 4U1RE ATALE 0 ' ! 1I CUM1 'WAR ' y Copyright , 159 , by p Tennyson Neely. CHAPTER VIII-Continued Just at this time 0. messenger brings t note for him. What luck ! In another - other moment he must have missed II. and upon such . little mutters great events hinge. "Meet me at the Tron steeple In the Trongate , without delar 1 have astonishing - tonlshlng news " There Is no nnme. Hc lobs not rec- , ognlze the wrltln . Certainly It Is not the same chirography ns that of the note that come to him in London , and to which .Juanitn confessed , Still , he sees no reason to donut the identity of the writer , and believes it Is Smithers who sends this startling relIuest. . A few words to Ah Sin sends the Chinaman direct to the steamer with directions to walt for him at the ban plank Meanwhile , Jack hastens to the Trongdte The Trongate has figured In both history and romance. It derives Is { name fro...

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 — 16 December 1904

December ] 9 1904 - THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE 1 . Edacailona ! Depart ment Conducted by : u'n : : ! I . - - - - . One needs only to step into Pioneer School , TJist. No.5 , to know that thc teacher , Miss [ Cora 1 : . IIig'g'ins , has given her pupils the best recipe for order , and Icatnessj ; ie. , ue orderly and neat. Everything in that room has its place , and everything is in its The - of place Program , Map Hichmlson : County , November Calcnder and \Vood Chart were up. The room was beautifully decora tcd. Pictures of authors , artists , statcmcn , musicans and scenery were grouped about the windows. 1 liked the opening cxercises. The singingwas g-ood. You ought to have heard thcm sing "Dairy Maids. " The teach- cr read a short Bible Story and offered a beautiful prayer , asking - God's blessings on her school , and prayed that she might exercise - crcisc good judgmcnt in all hcr work. Each child bowed his head unit seemed in full sympathy - thy with the tcachcr. As work began , ...

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 — 16 December 1904

R ' 4 LIVE - STOCK . . - - - . . . . . , , . . . " . -t . . . , .t\ , " _ r" . . . . . C : . .t ; 1 : . ( . ( l. It\ : . . , , It.44 . : \ . , - ' ' ' --.44- ' . , . . . . _ _ I ! . " --\l\ \ ' . ' : . . . , . : ' , . . " .1 - : " oIP' . _ ' . /I ' ' ' --4 . " , \ / . T . . . . . . : > . . . : . . , \ .f. \ : I. . " ' , , ' - - lA.- - . . \ ' . . . . L' " : ' . . . . - - "C o , : , . Both In Horses. The veterInarians have not ns yet y ! been able to discover any method of dislodging buts after they have once succeeded in attaching themselves to the walls of a 'horse's stomach. Any treatment which will dislodge the bats will Injure the horse. An Aus trallan veterinarian , however , says the following 'will assist In reducing the number of bets : "Sulphate of iron , one ounce ; sulphate of copper , one ounce ; tartar emetic , one and one.ha ) ounces : arsenic , one dram. This compound should be divided iii . to twelve powders and one given in a mash of bran and chaff twice dally. O...

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 — 16 December 1904

i. " Dccember 16 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE : j . , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . & . . . . . . . & 1. . . . a. . . . . . . . . . 4-AA.A..ALL.&A . . . .AA. & . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .oil. . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .oil. . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Io. ! . . .oil. . Il. . . . . . . . . . .t..iI . - . ( 1 ' aeees.erw..ve me a r rm n1. . . . . . . _ . . . . . . - " . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . - . . . _ . . .f9tI 21 . . .s s we ww. ; + .I. RIMA ? , . . ,11 , : . . ii i I . I MAKE them Serviceable , Substantial and Enduring and prove ; yourself sensible giver. We have a more complete and. better / I grade Rocker line than ever before shown ill Palls City for Xmas time. I (11 f 00 ® _ _ _ - _ r _ H 3ci..Iz : . _ lift. fr'k _ ; . _ - - - - O w . 1 I.j m Ka rpe . Fanie _ dLItlI , o , . We also speak with great pride concern- ing the ...

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 — 16 December 1904

. - . . , . . - . ) " , I k t " ' and . .INVel'JTIQL , , _ _ _ , . NT The Tactile SenDc. \ , " 0' " In a series of experiments on the ' topography of the tactile sensibility , d made on children and adults , M. N. i Vnschlde has been able to show clear- ly the relation which exists between the circulation of the blood and the ' f tactile sense reports' Cusmo From these experiments it appears that there exists n close relation between the determination - I termination of the measure of the I sense ot touch and blood clrcuiatlon. , Tactile sensibility varies under the " Influence of a decreasing blood pressure . ! sure caused by compression or change of position , 01' of congestion , the delicacy or torpidity of the tactile j sense being immediately dependent on the circulation. Between the variations . tions of the norm state which represents - sents the conditions of habitual leter- a mlnations , and the different states of x the circulation there scorns to bo a strict relation , th...

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 — 16 December 1904

i . . . " " . . . . , . . ' , , . . , . . . . , . . . . : . . . . . ' . ' , . . - , , " , , . . , ' . , . . . ' " . _ , . , . -.r. " , ' . . " . . . \ , . . . . ' ) ; December 16 1904 ' ' : " THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' . , . : t , ? ' " What Others Say. - - Childless . I . elme comc ill where you sit wceplllg -ayc I.etllJe who have not any child tonic Weep with you for the little one whose Jove 1 have known lIothillg' of. The little arms that slowlyslowlj'lom.ed 'i'hclr pressure roared , your neck ; the hams ! you used 1'0 Ids\-slIch ! ' arlllsslICh hams ! never . knew , May I not wecp with yon ? Pain wOIIIII I ue of servicc-sa , ) ' something , l1etlreen the tearsthatwonld he com- forti IIg- , Bill all l so sadder than yourself am I Who have 110 child to die ! , -James Whitcomh Riley - - - - Mrs. Julius Ruegge came up from I.'alls l City 'Puesday for a visit with her friends in this city. 11 rs. Nlegge will be remembered by most Humholdt PCO Pie as Amiss I mma Ilayes.-H1IInboldt l nt...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 December 1904

P , ) : t. c ' I I . t' . . . "i"M"'S' " "i"HS"S > < t , , , , t"Z""Z" " : " ! HM" " . 1 I ! , ' Nothing { : -i' , i z t q Is so sensItive to cold 115 a 'x : nerve and this Is the cause or .X f 1 ' , i Ne ralgia : ; 'i' , ' i ' \ " : % .S r 1 f V I 4 I tt , ; , 1 t , , . 1 II , . , 3' , . t. , ' " ; t 1 : ' 4r - ' r lY i' : \ : : : : f r r : I : 6 : Xi \ . . ; l.Il.r ' \ . . + . x , J \ y , ( TRADE 't I , . , . . . . 1A1iK t ! ' J , . f. . . . . . . - . . . . . ' _ I x J. - " - ; ' I i k t. Ix ' x' , , Jacobs Oil ; ; I . i , , . t .1 by friction : and penetration : warms : ' soothes and cures the worst . . i cates Price 2Sc and SOC , I. : j' " ' , * % . . > > ti > > ! H ; 1tL.H . S .Z" H ! lIi i , : . .t"z..i'fi"HiH.t - 1I 1 I I I p , ' , Early in the morning , fate at . ' might , or whatever used , Defiance Starch will be found always the same , always the best. t / Insist on having it , the m ( > t for your money. Satisfaction or money back guaranteed. It is m...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 December 1904

. e December 16 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE t . , - - - - - Died t , MARTIN I : . SAVIOR Again has the grim monster in- vadcd thc precincts of a happy J homc and taken thcrefrom one of , its inmates. . , ' \Vc arc called upon to chronicle the death of Martin E. Saylor , ) son of Nelson Saylor. who departed - , ed this life at his home in New . , kirk , Oklahoma , last Tuesday cvcning' J At an early age he with his , parents moved to Sabctha , Kans. , which place was his home for scv- cral ycars. His mother ( lied J while he was yet very 'oung. In , 1900 he went to Oklahoma with ) - ' in farm- his father and engaged - ing' and cattle raising , in which ) occupation hc was very success- ) rut. Hc had a contract with the J govcrnmcnt to supply meat to thc , , school for Indians near Ncwkirk. ) Mr. Saylor was aJ : honored mcm- her of the 1\lasons. J For about a year he had been in bad health , and since October he was Cull lned this home suf- , fcring' from Brightsdisease which was th...

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