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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 December 1904

t ' . . l , 1W " _ _ _ _ _ _ . - H _ _ IN FASIIION'S J1EAlj - - - . STYLISH AND PRETTY COSTUMES I AND ACCESSORIES - - - ' Velvet Waist In the Popular Color , iJ [ Brown-Fancy Velvet Jacket and Cloth lrt-Novel Lamp Shade I Easy to Make-Some Recipes. H \ ' \ ; . . . r . , , . } I Sleeves Running Riot. I. . 'l'he'al'let In sleeves cOlltilllws to I grow. The selection of mlulamc'H ; sleeve Is a point ! that , or all others , ! confuses and dstracts ! her. The fash i lunahle leeor to.d\r mar be close fitting from the hand to the shoul er , It may have a tiny shoulder cap It i i may be an enormous leg 0' mutton It may be flnishdd at the elbow with frills and furbelows , 01' it may have \ a long gauntlet cuff , ai' a shorter one It may he a pUffed shoulder cap with , a lace undersleeve , 01' It may he noth . Ing and everything all cast together J In one mass , boasting 110 particular ] fashlonl hut displaying aU the grace In the wOI'ld. " The long redlngol , fail or shirt , tight of bodice...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 December 1904

_ . " . - . - * " - - - - - . J . . . , , . - . " ' . .f t ' . . . . J ' " i December 16 , ' . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . . , ' . . 1904 . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - . - - - - - - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - To Fight Tax Case ' [ 'lie county attorneys of t hc state met in Lincoln 'l'ucsday to confer with thc Attorney General concerning thc defense to be made to the actions of thc Burlington and' Union Pacific railroads have l ' hroug'ht in the United States court to restrain thc county treasurer SAO from collecting thc tax levied J. against these railroads under the 1l new revenue law. It was detl'r- ( mined to have Norris Bl'Owndep- uty attorney general fight thc cases and to authorize him to em- ploy any and all needed assistance ! Y While 1\11' Brown has not made ii public the name of his assistant , * il is generally understood that he W will employ x-Chicf l Justice Sul- lival1 : In the hands of these two W lawyers , th tax p...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 December 1904

. . . . . . . . _ . I - - - - - - - - - - - RESTORED. COMPLETELY RESTORED. , _ Mrs. P. Brunzel wife of P. Brunzel , stock dealer , residence 3111 Grand ' venue , Everett , 'ash" , says : "For fifteen . teen rears : I suf. fered with terrible pain In my back 1 did not know what " .1w' It was to enjoy a ) .b. night's rest and pi arose In the morn- 2 , , , Ing feeling tired and refreshed Mr suf + ' ' Bering sometimes 1\i.\ was simply Inde I > , s > > t scrlbable When J ' finished the first t i . box of Doan's Kid. ' " 3 ks ' ner Pills 1 felt likE. , a different woman ' I continued until I had taken five boxes Doan's Kidney Pills act very effectively very prompt ly , relieve the aching pains and all F other annoying dlfIlcultles. " Foster.Milburn Co. , Buffalo N. Y For sale by all druggists. Price fiO cents per box. The best war to keep people from getting onto your curves is to ue per , t rectly straight. FLOCKING INTO CANADA. Immigration ' From Dakota and Adjoin ing States-Ma...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 December 1904

. " . , - - - , , . . , . . . i , December 16 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE t. . ' . . , , - , - - - ) , ' . , , , ' . . ' . .Af > , .I\- ! ! I.1 , r , . . . . . . . , . ' . , . ' 4'J ' < aV' ' 1.W'U" " " " " " " < o" " 1Gv'.r. OLI1AT ! Po' ( $ > ' . r I t . : ' . i " ' d ' > > WI-fILE we do not go into tile Holiday Lines ns extensively as some , we carry an ample assort- , VY went of such goods and : in addition , we have in regular everyday useful articles a most cOin ' plete and appropriate : display. Please take note of the followIng and see If you cannot find among ; these gifts acceptable and fitting , I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . I Hatidkercliiefs Wc ; arc sliowing , an unending . variety of Handke\- - and erllbroiclereclreffects from chiefs , covering plain ( 'Ill at 5c to $1. 50 each. Gent's initials I at roc , 15C and 25c. Our values in embroidered Handkerchiefs [ at 10C , 15c . 20C anl 25c are of extraordinary value. Ou...

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 — 23 December 1904

- a" A . . i , ( lGlt.e j all itl ! T1ihflfl1e. \ . . , - - : - - - . : . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - . . - - - . - - - - - - . - - - - - - - , _ . ' - - , - - . - - - . - - - - - . . - VOLU1\IE I FALLS . CITY , NEBRASKA , FRI01\Y , DECEIBER . 2 ; , 190.\ \ NUMBER SI - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ . . _ - - - , Good Roads Meeting. I The cOll1mittc appointed by the . 400(1 roads meetil1g" met at .Tohn r 1\"uJk's office \Yedl1csday. 'l'here was prescntY.A. . Grccnwald , G. A. Abbott , R. 1. Grinstead , G. J. Crook andIr ! , Babcock mcm- I I hers of the com\l1itte Senator , : --'l'uckcr : , Representatives . Hogrefe it and Lord were also in attendancc. \ W. A. Grccnwald ; wa elected , . chairman after which it was de- j" tcrllined to recomnlen(1 l the following ing' amendments to the road Jaw , 1stro do away with thc I . . ' I , \IICC of road 1 superrlsor. . 2nd To provide for thc ollice , , of county engineer , It a salary , . ! of . r SSOO.OO a year in addition to the fees...

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

- . . SHIP IS SINKING JAPANESE AMEND DISPATCH OF DESTRUCTION OF SEVASTOPOL DAMAGED BY TORPEDO BOATS Assault Made by the Flotlll In Face of i1 Driving Snowstorm.-Com. mand of the Third Russian Army Meets with a Hearty Reception. ' 1'0 K I O-'I'ho turret I ship Sevastopol III IItlll affoal , hut IIJ aparent1 11am. ( IIj.ClI. The part tally successful torpedo at- Incl < on the Sevastopol was mallo ( In the face of almost insurmountable ob. Hlncles : , nllll writes another inspiring story of the splendid bravery of 11 number of olllcel's The Ulllln crew of lie ( torpedo ( boat destroyers and torpedo boats \'ohm. loerml for hn 1 mitt nd , courting I death In their efforts 10 destroy the only lIoallng Russian hatl1ushlll at Port Arlhur Facing n driving snow storm nllli heavy seas , the lIollllns separated amid , minder lIullvlllllnl r'omn1l1l1l1Ns. I he vessels nltal'l 1ed Inelelwlltlently ( , The flecks or ho I destroyers and torpedo loatH ! were coated with Ice and the 11I011 suffere...

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 — 23 December 1904

. . . . . . 0 I la , , , ) , ) r ' , , l ' < : ! , ----H - - ' ' ' ; 1 A teleiTa' : was sent from Ver- , . : ' don on ' tl'uesda calling Clara Bcller from Oregon and one (0 Rc\ \ . C , 14' , Bcller at Fullcrlun , Neb. , to. the bedside of their . . . aged father who is not expected . . ' , + 1 ' to hvc. " ; , - . Christmas services at thc nilp- " tilt church Sunday School ex- 1 crciscs , Saturday 7:30 : , spl'ial Christmas ' services , all day HlIn- ' day. tropics : 10:45 : a. m. " \Yhat Kind of Christmas Gifts ? : " :30 : p. t11 , "Childrcn Once Iorc. " \ICS- , day 7:30 : p. m. lecture under the uspkcs : of the Ladies Aid Society CICty "Stwcetcst Days in Gcrm- : iny. " Admission 10 cents. All arc cordially invited to all scr- \ . ' ccs. - - - . Died. . Jane Luckct was born in the rear 1851 and in lS7 she was married to Nelson Timmerman moved ' torerlon where they r 111anag-cd a hot < ' . 1. lifter this , \I It r. : Timmcrman cng-a'cd : : in the hard- ware business with which ...

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 — 23 December 1904

_ _ _ _ M. _ . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - falls City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO FALLS CITY . - NEDnASICA . - - - DIM , It Iii believed , coulll manage , : ; his JUice now with both hands tied be. hind him , A Chicago girl has just died of tight lacillg. That was one sinner who died happy ( anywu The atmosphere ( of New York Is said to IJO "llnmdfully foul. " Moral atmosphere . Ilh'I'e , of course - - Aug Belmont hUH lost a $1,000 poodle ' dlo peg Next thing , harry Lehr will ho losing ; his 111111(1 A New York fruit miser has evolved II caroleRs apple ( It will never become IIH popular 1111 the ilium. - - - - - . Queen Alexandra confesses to being liU ( yearn ohl. ' 1'lIa1's what she gets for having such big / gJ'Undchllllrell - - - - - It 18 susceptible of mathomatlcal proof lint ( all of the WOOO : lawyers of New York city Cllllllot belong to the 400. You notice that your uncle Russell Sage Is not In the list of these who have money coming from 1\1rs. Chad- wlcle. E\'on...

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 — 23 December 1904

. . " . , . r . . $1 . ; ; -l . \ We Wish a Merry Christmas ; - And a. Happy New Year j , To Thee and Thine If we are allowed one more wish it shall be for a continuance of your patronage , which I we assure you we appreciate. Our earnest endeavor in the future as in the past , shall be to give you value received , fair and honest 4 treatment , prompt and courteous service. King I Pharmacy Falls City , Neb. ' flfW , . 11 s 11880 I A 5 119041 ' - I T1-1 E 24th . year of our business career i's drawing Lo close .and : during : which time wc have tried and succceded in making ISOWLES I _ CANDIES POPULAR I 6s I \Ve wish to thank our many t CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS for their liberal patronage and we solicit a continuance of the same. , \\fishing you a ' MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A Happy Prosperous d New Year K ONE AND ALL r Very respectfully , 4t D. W. ' , SOW les - Mrs. U. Huber and } . [ rs. 'Vm. Harnack returned Monday from Omaha where they have been visiting - iting- with friends for the past...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 December 1904

. _ , " r t . . . . , 1' , . P'l' : r , ' , w . . . . . . . GIVES A QUICK HAIRCUT. - - Ingenious Device Which Can Do the ! Work In Two Mlnutt.\ ' ' ' The labor required for the purpose ) of operating ) the hand.c1l111lera ! hy mho harbor II ! nol great . but In these timeR nil unneosar' y labor 18 regarded . cd nR lost labor , and Iln improvement haH been recently made In this humble implement wllh the idea of further simplifying Iw t device and for greatly facilitating the hair nrnputating pro. COSH This hnln'ovonuml Is nothing more than a combination of the clip. ) ) porn and a spring ! motor The shape of the tool , whIch is I : more or less far mlllnr to all , has been slightly nl tore ! } to effect this union but the 1m. . . . s , . , proved apparatus Is not unwieldy for -tho reason that the mechanical end or the combination Is disposed of In 'what. might ho called the handle The spring ! ) ) la contalnellln the large circular barrel , and Is wound \lp hy a crank attachment not ...

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 — 23 December 1904

. . . . , . 't . ( f ; , ; . . " , ' . Educattonal7)epartlnent . Conducted by CountySuperntendent Crocler j ( Continued front ! last weeks Issnl' ) ' \ ' Several teachers do too much ! ' a- ; ; . talking..want to do thc reciting : thcmsclvcs. Let your pupils do this work. Little people arc of- ten neglected , no busy work of any kind prepared for thC.1I. The of primary class should recite at least four times every day. It seems to mc that usualy coun- " try schools should not try to teach civics , book-kecping' and algebra ; that this time should bc .rivcn : to thc lower classes , and if pupils are ready to take these advanced - \'anccd studies they should attend . sonic high school. I filtd too much whispering go- ing on and too much paper on thc floor. Occasionally , thc . . . . . teacher never sweeps under thc 0' , stove and the cob ! " and kindling . arc left lying around in front. I find pupils reading in the fifth reader who in reality should bc in ' the third , and thc teache...

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 — 23 December 1904

. , 'I ' " , - - F ? OM THE . I : r I _ ' The Riches of Love. Talk nhoul 110\'crty-nothln' , It 1Ccm , ltkh . 11m I ever , with lo\ + ! It/Ill / the dreams Who with mv wClllth In the world can cbmlll\rt. IUch In the glory ot .TcllnY'1I gold hair J-I".ulltltul , el..wn."tn'lImllll hair , that 1 hold , Tn the hands ot me , IlIssllli nllll lovIng Its gold ! Talk about poverty ! IJr'htht the nun siren run , 'fAke the wUI'ld'H richeR ulIII give ml hlvo's dt'C'ntntl- , Drlo\m In the dark skies and dreams In the fair , The light , the bravo splendor ot JennY'H Kohl hnlr Earth bath Its millions , hut : 1I0thln' IIIte , thlll- The beautiful hair chose gold ringlets 1 kiss There III no poverty ! Give me , dear God , Not the gold harvests that color the sod ) : Not the worh ) ' " breath , ovcr fltz' oceans blown , Rut the reel lips ot Jenny that lean to my own ! And even In deAth just n Joy like to t h is- lIer gold hair to shadow mc , sweet with 10vo'II ; kiss ! -Atll\nta n5tJtulion. . r . - ...

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 — 23 December 1904

- TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I Published Every Priday at Ar.JLS CITY , NEBHASKA . Dr' , TRIBUNE PUBLTSHING CO. gnlCl'cd as second-class matter , Jaml- try 13 : , 190-tat the post oOiceat Hails J' City , Neb" , nnder the Act of Congress J'of March 3 18i9. , , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 'ONI DOLLAR PER YEAH . - 'l'clephonc No. 22(1. - . _ . . . . . - ' , - ' . TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising is in no sense : : a ' , philanthrophic vcntur There is nothing charitable about it. 1.t is as purely and completely 's\llish as any other business pro- . posi Hon. Some business men believe ' - ad- 'that advertising--continuous - . . , vertising'-is a judicious in vcst- men t. Such men arc known to the buying public not alone by I their advertismcnts , ' but as well by the act that they do the greatest ratio of business in their locality. 'l'hisis true of every community. It is true of Falls Ci t ) ' . Stop reading' this for a moment and ask yourself ; who does the largest l annual business in halls City ? After you...

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 — 23 December 1904

o ' . . .n.- . afw..ww - . - . . - . - - - . . . . , . . - . . . . o Peace , Eternal , - When winds ! nre raging o'cr the upper OCelln . And ! 1IIII0wII wild contend with angry roar , 'Tilt Hold , far down beneath the wild commollon , That peaceful 1llIncss tellnolh evert rnor e. I nr , far honelllh ) , the noise or tcmpcMIII tlllJl . Anti /llIycr waver chime ever pence- fully , Am ! no rude ] ator" , how fierce Bou'er It IIlrlh , nlsllll'hll the Sabbnlh or that deeper /Sca. So to tire heart lint ImowlI thy love , 0 I'urext I ! There III Il temple ] Imcl'ctl evernlore . And nil the hobble ur IIro'l4 angry VICf' Die III hushed sllllns Ilt Ita peaceful I tloo . , Far , far away , the roar or pns1IIon IHclh And ] loving thoughts I'Ite : : cairn ttnd ! peacefully . And 110 rude storm , how fierce soc'or It Illel , DIKlllrh the soul that dwells , 0 Lord , , hi 'l'IH/ ! o rest or r01ll'H ! 0 pcncl' Aereric , eternal ! 'J'holl ever llvext nllll lion cillUlIClIl never : And III the secret o...

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 — 23 December 1904

. L. - _ _ _ _ - _ - - - 'i ' , , . ! I \ - . ; f ' - - I qUIIE { < 11IATALEOT11fflUMNWAR < 1 , < . \k" . L11 LN . J i " , ' . , CHAPTER IX.-Contlnucd. They are , , 'hided through Washington - ton and down the coast line , through the Carolinas , with Il rapidity that never ceases until finally they reach ac1csoll\'lllo. Even here the delay- Is short , and on \ the mall for Cuba goes , flying along the bank of the romantic St. John's river , under the weird palmettos and past swamps where the cypress ) trees stretch out their arms , shrouded In . wonderful streamers or gre Spanish moss that float In the breeze like trailing hanners And thus they sped Into Tampa , on the Gulf Coast. I Jack has no desire 1 . to linger now. Some other day he may come back to see the / charms of I : Florida , for the glimpses he has had of ' the orange and pineapple region have aroused a desire to see more ; but just at present his one aim Is to be In Havana when the steamer arrives , so that h...

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 — 23 December 1904

_ o..w4 _ _ _ _ _ . . . _ . . . . . , . . _ r Just 'Fore ChristllluS , " Fllllt'r calls 11I0 WIIIIlIII , sister calls IIIl Will : Another 1':11114 1110 WIIIII' , but Iho cllcrll call i lIIe 11I111 11111I 'IlIllhl : Illlel 1 ifll'l a Illri-rutlll.r IIC i a boy Wltheul 1111'11I sashes . curlll alii Ihhlll ! ! Ihal'lI ) worn hy l'at lllltlcroyl ffl\'f' 10 chawllk IlrCCII apples all' IlO K vIntiii lu' ' hi the Inkn- IIl1le 10 lakn the call1or.llu they give for bl'lIy. it cJ lid l\1\lnll ! the Ihlll' , tine whole year round . there nin't no hies : oil tile lint jOIlI'oruChrlHtruall 1'111 as soul a'l 1 kin b , ' , ( : ofl yeller dui 11\1111',1 i S nsrt . sick hllll 011 IIII cal : 1'II'IIllhlllll situ kilo vs situ 110"1111'110111wllI'ro i she III nt ! ' Gut : a clipper ! shed " all' when w" kids . goes but III stick , ' 1,1II11l conies the grocery cart not we all hook a , , rJlol nut ' sonretintcs : wh"11 till grocery sun us is 1 wor- rlh'eI all' cross , lie reaches al its with his whop al...

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 — 23 December 1904

. . . ' . . . " It ' t > a ' } P l ' ZLt d I k Q.L . Curability of Tub\rculosls. \ . . , The sanatoria better than anything Iso , have demonstrated the nb ! ' = olut I curability of tuberculosis , particularly II when treated t in the early stages , I writes Dr. S. A. lnopf in the World's \Vork. Some of llwm report as many ,4 as 75 per cent of cures , the great majority . jority of which arc lasting , as careful . ful inquiry among the discharged : pa' tients constantly provcs. Even more remarkable results are obtained in the 4 treatment of scrofulous and tubercu' lous children in special sanatoria 10' sated along the seacoast. In Europe < : , k particular ) in France , Holland and German , there : pre along the seacoasts . coasts numerous splendidly equipped sanatoria for that purpose. In the United States we M\\'e thus far vir- tually none of these class of institu- s Lions ; I am , however , pleased to state that the New York Society for the improvement at the Condition of ...

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 — 23 December 1904

. . . . . . . - . . . . . - . - - - hA i . a1 . December 23 1904' THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - , , - - - , - - - - ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . r : < : ij M" , . ' . ' , " " t" " ' ' ' ' : ' ' : : ' : t ' . I c ' . . . .J. ' rl t \ r I MAKE them Serviceable , substantial and Enduring and prove I. ' . . yourself sensible giver. We have a more complete and better I grade Rocker line than ever before shown in'PaHs City for Xmas time. I . ' This fine Spanish Leather .1 " - _ . I 1'I' ; I I I " " i Rocker from the most celebrated , I \ ( (4 ( f1 ! , ' f . ( . Q . ; - " _ _ " - _ - 111atlltfactulrer of Leather Goods , ' Jj ' , , . . . insuring Reliable Goods in a very J ; . , - P ( rlt i . vl -it : ' : r .A easy line to deceiveo Every Ii = I . _ - brary in th.e city should have ogle i , i ' . . c \ % j _ -i-.r . Q - - _ - _ The price is ° t ithin your 111eans. ( i i , . 1 I m ' KAr pen Come and see It. 1 ' ¼ n wrwnl.aA jl r r Upw01 Iara ' - ' 'v.io wlur. . vr.v.r + .a ww..nww..r. ...

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 — 23 December 1904

t r 1 sl l V t _ _ _ _ _ _ . . - - r. - - 5 6\MPfmE : . TALLS : I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .l..tu..l. . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . -A- _ - - , - , - . - - -1- - - - - - " I ; ; t. . . Campaigning in Mountains I "Spl'nking of eantpaigns in a mO\ln. ' .nino\ls ( 'O\mtr ' ' " said \ a First 1'n. tnckr mon.hI i wus one or those who Ioopcd the loop } on Loup creek in West Virginia ! I\t the time of the mill to Ho11n. We started : from Camp } } n- \ ' : \rt on the mnwhn : and went Ul l.O\lP creek valley . and in one night' : ; t nmrch crossed the stream thi.th' times.'e made tile march to HaHn , ninety miles away over one of the roughest mountain roads : in existence i anr drove the relells out of RoHn. " " 'e wert' on the return march with several'ngons { ; ll\alll'ti with dry goods md provision } , , and ninety head of cat tIc , md were not many miles from our " own camp } when the rebel cavalry : overtook the column The boys were not e\pl'ctin : ! pursuit ! . ...

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 — 23 December 1904

. . - . . . . . . 1 - , . . _ . - - Shubert Mrs. Verne Taylor and Mrs Brisby were Stella visitors Mon- day. ] . Blanchc and Ella I..iytlc left Tuesday for a visit to the tcrri- tory. tory.Mr. Mr. Grant from Howe was visiting relatives Mr. Burson visited at Auburn over Sunday . 'f\he Sunday School entertainment - mcnt given at 1\IcGcchic's hall Saturday evening was very well attended . Mrs. l Michels was a Stella visitor - or 'f\ucslay. ( A surprise party was given Saturday evening in honor of I bred Lunday at his home east of the ' city , thc following persons ! being present : Misses Ella Berg , Neil lfarpcr , Ella Ham , , Pearl Pearson , 1\lamic Palmer , Lulu llanika , Grace Palmer , Lillie Pcarson , Bcrtha Palmer , Gertrude Pearson , Ol1ic Hanil\ l , l\lessrs. Clydc Harper , ] f rank Grant , Roy ' Pearson , Slut " \Vedllc. Lawrence Banika , Oliver Teeter , George ' ' Will ' Dan Fisher Rig'g'Vi11 Krug' , , Wilson Else and Chester Logan. Joe Spickler who has been very sick is impro...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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