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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 December 1904

. , . . . . . . . . . I r- r t , ,1 .z 1 1 I p r ya . Many women are denied the happiness of cliihiren through derangement of the generative organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydia E. Pinka ham's Vegetable Compound. II Th An ) 'fns. P1a-E1A t : - I fm1.t''d with to1U\ch complaint for : rear $ . I got w bad that 1 could 1ht. carrr : my children but five months , then would hate a miscarringe. Th last time I became IH'crnmt : , my husband got me to take . .ytltll . P'tnklm1\\ Vt' C- t.nblo nIHHlUc1. . \ tcr king the first bottle 1 was rt'HcTc of t.heick. . I.1CSS of stomach , and hn to feel better . tel" in c - cry was 1 continued its \1M end wr.s enabled to earry mr : baby to maturity. 1 . he nice ; : . . m \ 110" : \ e a baby girl , anc\ can work better than r cacr could Lef ( ) e . lun like new om\n. " -MRS. F12A1 : Zil tU , 22 Sod St , Meriden , Coin.15000 f rftt If bruins ) tI/ "lo I't Itttr prozPlnp C'l'l7uj'nt'II'U cumtJt be proc'ucP , FEtE 1'iIEDICAL ' : ADVICE TO wo MAX...

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 — 23 December 1904

_ A . . . . . 'U ' .1. " , , . . - ' ' " ' r' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " " " , , Local und Personal. .1 . Fat Sowles CalHl r , Toys , Toys . , Toys aJ City Pharmacy. For Sale-Mule colt , cnquire al Jlcc1c' feed tore. Gus Neitzel returned 'l'uesda from lUg-h land , Kas. Santa Claus headquarters at. City Pharmacy. W. S. f4eyda was an Auburn Visitor Monday. "Brick" 14j'nll of Humboldt was ill this city l\IOllday. G. 11. Fal1stead transacted husincss in 1liawatha 'l'uesday. J. C. -'Iorehead was Verdon visitor the fore part of the weck. Dr. R.P. Robertsdentist over Kings Pharanacy. Call on , V. 11. Crook and Co. for guns and .uutm1unItioii. . 1)r leming- ) went to Dakota 'I'ucsday aftet'uoon'ia the 1\1. P. \V. A. 'Vhitalccr transacted business in Preston thc first of thc wcelc. H. g. I Lowe of Omaha reg-istcr- I cd at the Union House on Mon- , day. day.Wm. \Vm. W interbottoin. made a bush - , IICSS h trip to Stella Monday aftcr- I nOOIl Clarence Simons and James Cronin came up from ' Rube Monlay....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 December 1904

. . . . . , ' . . I ' . . . . . / . I ) - . 1 , . J ' ' ' . - - , . ' ; r _ _ _ _ $ tf _ S _ _ ; tf ; _ Ji _ V I ( \ fi' 1\ \ E " : CHRISTMAS = TIDE'E ri . . \1J P I" ' Christmas ah time ! I 'Tis f day , , joyful I : : T 7 Sweet sounds thy name in prose or rh.ynle. I ( t For thou dost bring to mortal nail A in i ' n ' A memory of redemption's plan. ; . . . plan.'I 'I S . Gone are the years since first there came z n ' r To Bethlehem , that town of faille ; i < ,1 A Christ = child , 114 ; , . . Long years ago I " ; . meek and lowly ti on Christmas . I , t " born ; \ 11,101411. ! ip. P i He came not with vain pomp and show. I' ' c No place was there for Hilll to go. ( : S But in a manger was He born , . ! I , ' Long years ago , on Christmas 111o1.11. ; No door weds open in that land l ; . There stood no one with beckoning hand , . , . Inviting Mary to come In , i N E'er He vas born ' who knew I no sin . c : While men were seeking to destroy ; I , The a angels came to earth with joy...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 December 1904

. - - - " " ' T"1 - - 70AYINr ' - " . , . Local and Personnl. Eat Sowles Candy Toys , 'roys , Toys a.t City : Pharmacy For Sale-Mule colt , enquire ) at Heck's feed store. Gus Neit1.el returned 'l'uesda r. . from highland Kas Santa Claus headquarters at City 1'harmiutcy. W. S. Lerda was an Auburn visitor Monday. "I rick" Lynn of Humboldt WI 4 in fl rile lTnn.lon 1 h , I t' "j 0 )1 f ( I 'I' ' I . . - i hi tli ( ! , e(1 ( dii , i I1GI no 1 ! Or i\ll I BitI , I ] , , iI1 } afi a \'i J lr Mt soli { .J .JI I toc : . ' wIII I 1 r Ril . er . ! \'lsl , wi 1 ( 1 : to 1 \'isi vi.C Uel : r JoJ Jo l 1'1 ij at s \ 1 1N SUII \'isiJ ' 1' 1 . ts s IN . daYI ( sp et nil of t . 1C . [ I \'ISIt wi tlj Ceh J Mill y ( fca f ; di an d 40 c Cit ty QlI ( Ceor came versi. . spend \'ariou Cha : "Bri ; J spend . . . - . - Dressed in a blue costume with white ribbon bows profusely ( his tributed thereon with her golden n 1 hair hanging down IH'r back a pretty ) 'OUI1ggid walked from the court house down stree...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 December 1904

, . , ' . T . i , , ' 4 ARMY OPERATION - - WHAT WAS DOING FROM NOVEM. NOVEMBER EJER 20 to DECEMBER 10. OEN. STOESSEL MAKES REPORT - : ' Several Times the Assaulting Forces Were Annihilated by the Russians. -According to Reports of Prisoners tne Japs Lost 20,000 Men. ST PETERSBURG-General Stoes ' 1101's dispatches to the emperor , which were received Friday night , were given - en out Sunday night. ' ( he first Is dated November 25 , and Is as follows : 1 "I am happy to Inform your majesty - ty that on November 20 , after an in- ' 1 creased bombardment , the Japanese attacked one or the ofrts on the northeastern front and leaped with a portion or their forces on the para IJet. They were annlhlllated by rifle fire Dud bayonet and thrown back Into the trenches Their reserves were scattered by shrapnel. From November 21 to November 2a the enemy . emy violently bombarded the fort , and In splto of great losses , effected by their perseverance - a passage between i' ' " ' two fortH on the...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 23 December 1904

. " , . . . . . . . . . ' ' " . . . . . , . . . - - - Collection Notice. All partics ilHlchtcd toV. . H. Crook & Co. will plcase call and settle thc sall1C 011 or before January - uary 1 , 1905. Market Report. . Corn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 \Vhea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . )2 Oats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 lTog's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. . . . .4.10 . Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,4.25 Butter 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 finds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . " - " - Sergeant At Arills. J. Rock l Williamson of Hum- bold t , former sheri of this county is a candidate for the office of 'Sergeant at Arms" of the house of representatives at the coming session with gOO(1 I ( l'hat1ces ; of securjng' the appoint- me 11 t. M r. 'Villiamson is in everyVa ) ' worthy of this honor as hc has ' steadfast republican - always ) een a can and lone much good work ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

e t a o . . - ' . ' . . . . , . - * , . , . . ' . , . , . 1 + ( Iht c4aIIii ! ! ribltnt. i , . ; , - - - , . . L ' ' , VOLl'l\IE ( I FALLS - CITY NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , DECEl\IBER " , ,0 , 1904. NUMBER 52 : - - - - - - - - . - - - , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , - - - - - - . - - - - . . - - - - - , ' - - " . , . , . , . , . . , , . - - - ' ' , ' ' ' - . - " " " " " " " " ' - --r : TIP'.J1I' ! : ' -'it-- ' ' ' -4 : r' - - - : IiIL----- " " r"-- . _ . r"t , , - - . , t - t . , " , Our .Birthday _ j . .4. . , ' : I r ; The I old . vear is dying : ! " a . , " , , . \Veary with the burden of its . age it creeps along to the intangible - , ; " realm of memories. . . . tangible l 4' 4 To many it has brought the sorrow which c IHlures. There . I are those who will always associate the year of our Lord One , . I. . o , 'j 1 hOl1sand 1.ine Hundred and FOl1r , with thoughts of the I touch , . . , of a vanished hand , the sound of a voicC' that is still. " . 1 - To many it has g1Ven dis...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

. FRILLS OF 'ASIILON PRETTY AND SERVICEABLE COSTUMES - TUMES A LA MODE. Silk Waist of Pale Blue Loulalne- , Ecru Crepe de Chine for the Thea- I ter-Newest Caprice In Trlmmlng- Recipe for Paprika Snltzel. Caprice In Trimming. Those who arc always on the loole. out for new trimmings Hholllll learn 10 malco "crotCH. " To Ulalw u crete take u trill of silk and scallop ) flout edgei Now shirr It a little way from the edge , unlll the frill IH moderately ! full , and ! Jet It upon the HIIII'1. This will make the edgeR stand olll like narrow ruffles , each Hide of n full pllrr. pllrr.And And there arc different ways of malting - Ing CI'IteH. ! They take sllle and cut It In strips and double It. Both edges are now pinked or frilled , frayed , or scalloped 'rho frill IH now shirred over n narrow cordIng and ! the cord la pulled unlll the frill Is just \ : full cnoufh. It IR 8ewlJd on the skirt or mho waist upside down , HO that the edgeR will stand out In the smartest Imaginable flt1hlon. LI...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

11 t - - - l . . r f ! ' . , 'M I . , , I I , . r I IiE i THE lust week of January viIi be devoted to our Annual Inventory. From January 2nd to 21st ' 1 IA \ve viII offer all short lengths , all odds and ends , und all seasonable gods ) at greatly reduced ! ) " A prices. It is proposed to close out all such merchandise before stock taking. She cuts will especially - daily affect the cost of the following lines. 1 ! " . ( 1 - I \ i , l : Knit Head Wear . , ! 3 Knit \Voo ] Shawls , former price $ . 65 / now . . . . $ .45 ' , ' ! It ' " .0 L' : _ ) : , " . . . . . . ( JO j J 1 ' f. . " " . 1.00. . . . . . . . .75 : : > , , , , , _ . . I " ' i i , , , p I. 1 :1 0 , ' . . . . . 1.10 1 If , I ( j .I " .oo ! , " . . . . . 1.50 : : 'l : . I " 'I i 2.50 , . . . . . L75 I _ _ , s blankets = = Cut Deep. 1 Ji .s hOl' 10-4 Cotton Blanl.l'ts , cut to - - - 45c , I. II HOc 10-4 - - - (15e ! 1 51.0011-4 II " - - - SOc ti 1.3512-4" " - - . , - $1.10 ' . Vi'1 1.(10 12-4" I. v _ - - 1.25 1:8512-4'1...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

- - - - - - - LIVE ! STOCK Good Feed Rnck. LaMt Htlring we 11\Ihllqh11 \ ) II Ill'fH.'I'IJI' tint or IL fl'CIII1 ( ruck ! ! 10 he 11I1111 w\lh \ or wllhollt trough which plans were flll'lllHhplI IIIi hr Il subscriber whose patents 011 the inch hllll expirntl and who hllll 110 flll'l hel' liMO for the Illall 1111' Ira I. Nixon Il prominent litocl man of Dowltt ( county Till nols , writes concerning this idiot lit follow ! : "I have added a trough all around Iho mele floored 10 the outside of posts ' lord used pieces 1 % feet by S 1I1I'lll's IIllllell 011 out Hide of posts which catch what : I woulll waste If the ll'OlIgh'nH not Ihl'l'l' I hn\'e built 11I1110 of 3x : ! ; .I'H where thin maul used 2x . 1's for posts , whlt'h IIIlllws It very st'ong. I have used oak lumber . and I think I have the hp.st rack I ever ! SOW for shock corn , straw hay or ear COI'II. IIH pal' corn 01' gl'olllld feed call IIlI fl'lllIlI wound III the trough which . IH forty two feet long 1111d large enough to...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

. = . - . . . . . . Christmas At Churches . . - - - - 'l ' hc Christ.1Ias cntcrtain1l1cnt at thc Baptist church Saturday evening was in charge of Rev . \ " and Mrs. Sc1ingcr and consisted 'p- ; - of appropiatc recitations and . Ij musical sclcction A large r crowd was present and the treat of pop- . : oru and candy was cnjoy- ( ed by all. , - - - - - - A beautifully dccorated tree was thc principal object of inter- - - cst at the Brethren church last Saturday evening. The program { was in charge of Miss King , Myrtle Dowers and Birdie How- _ " . man. A generous treat was given - . en to those fortunate enough to be presen t. i I On Saturday evening the n1 < 'm- bel's of the Christian Sunday School rendered a very creditable program at the church. A tree was ladcned with presents and a treat for thc cholars : The cn- : tertainment was Incha rgeofIrs. . Nickolson lnd Miss Dottie Sage who are to be congratulated on thc 5 success of their elTorts. - - - - - Santa Claus held sway at R...

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 — 30 December 1904

- - - - _ . . . . . . _ - - - - - f _ - F ) OM THE Contentment. Oil , tit limey run gittl11 wUIIscr fur or po' 1111111 ell'"y Ilay , All' er fl'lI'r hub III hustle In lIe ha'clest kind of way ; Bill 1 110111I' feel 11I111 cornplnlnln' , fur 1 IInlis ( ran " nil Iln wood I)11t du 1111111I011 trop 11111 lu1ly , all' Ill 'IImll\l1l1 crop /111I good I hub got 1101" ' rllPlIl11l1t1cl UII' or mll'rr III numb ehrst I , A II' Inn II IlIm'IIIIH oil locornoshun dey 1I11111't "I'CIoh " die best : ) /1I\\'slIlIlI'hlllJr. / i I Itrllll't rumlllc ! , un' I wOlllelll't pf 1 ( hold . lour ) tin /1111I11I011 crop cent lubly , nn de 'i Ossum crop nut Hilmi , 111111I1't got IIIIch , wordly flxln'8 , jest cr 111110 lilt oh lilli' nllt IIlIIlIHPlf 1111' 110 ale 'oOlnnn 'tl'l\'C5 to \\'II'k 1'1. best Wit It'III1 ; 'I'll 1 feels 11. rich 'Z must folks \ , cz J wants hit understood , When 1141 1-1111111I011 crop 1111I lubly , /lll' do 'IIOS8UIII crop ant HOOlI -l.'lIIH\'llio Courier-Journal < , - - NEWS...

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 — 30 December 1904

. . . ' . - " 'r . T c tt . , ( ' , - . _ . - What Others Suy. " - . . . To A Lltlc : Maid I Know. ' ! Little mall ! . little staid with time Joy In your . . " eyes , ' + And hair like H't"riall gold 1. \ JO ( = - . .1 , would gladly change places with you . IItth ! maid - " , And go back to the A If I' of < < ; 0111. \ " _ . Little staid elll you know .111 you know little , , . . . . " umahl . - . , " 'J'o UN all ill the days of youth - # 'l'h..Halllbuw of Joy from Iii glm h"\\11 corn down And covers the face of 'I'ruth' ? ' .tlut ] wl\'II-llttll' ilia 1 < 1--\\ ' , ' are grown . little - _ maid , - It goes hack 10 heaven again And there out IIf reach for n'r It tIO\t. \ . . . O'cr tilt weary ways of omen now I envy you now little nmaid little \ staid ! ! . XII words of mine may It'll . , . . . . ' , , lint when ill your eyes that , light i see \1) : heart 1\lllIwN-ah. too well \ ! , I'or once like you . little mal l. like ) "U- III the l'alllhlJlIlay" IIf 11111- I , 1. ! ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

- Dally \/or\l' \ In the nAme of God IIdnncln/ Sow thy M. + 1 al rlKlrnhu light : ( 11:11) U'/f fatTO'III" turn'm Labor en .1th 1111 thy mhht. l.hOk not to Ute far-or lutUft- Do the work : 'III'bleh nearest lies ; ' : ' JW thou rnU1.tt t.fClte thou reafsuat. n.-.t at art t. lalJor' nu. Standing snit Is dang . rous e\.r. Toll Is rn..nl for C"hn-Uaru now ; Jut there he 'IIIhOI evening cometh , honest : FR Nat , ur..n thy brow ; And the ! ol.stt'r lhall "orne limlllng , At HI" "l'ttlng ) IJI the I'un. Sa3 InJ al' he S-R , a thy wages . . ' Corr 'J and faithful one w"l1 don , . . - Tr'8rl'llSt from the German. - - - - - - - - HER LOVE TEST Dv Kathryn D. If end era 0 n c.c,1'1r1rb1011. . IIr Lily Story P b.Co 1 , It was a bright sunny October after' soon that pretty Martha Linton pre- sented herself In the cosy sewing room . of her dear friend , Jennie Brooks. : Their greeting was cordial and aflec- t/orate. / Both had gone to the altar i the same week , four years previous , and each ha...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

1 ' , , . ' . . . . . . . ' < \ ( , i ; . . ' . . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I Published ] \ " ( 'Ql Friday at , FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , . * i , By ' 1'1\1 BUXE PtHLTSJ1I ; CO. I tltcrct as OI\\.e\ns \ \ ; matter , .Tntlu- - U'Y 13 , l-tal ( ) the } lO"t { ) t1i cat : 1" alls I . . tinder thc Act of ' ' I \ City. Xeb. \ ( Congress . of Mnrth 3 , 1879. . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ON1 DOTJ.AN PiR YI l Ali . 1.1' lc1 > hone \o. . 22(1. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Attorney General Prom is i in favor of the creation of the outer' of district attorney the duties of . . . . . . " whlc 1 will be to assist the 1 several : 1 county attorneys in the distric : .lodge Good has also given an interview , indorsingthe plan. .Tl1dg'c. Good says that many criminals arc set free each year because people persist in electing ncxpcr1cncL'd i boys to hc office of count- ) ' 'attorney' who arc unable tn combat with the older and more experienced lawyers who ( IC- fe...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

XG1cUU [ . , Building a Cistern Ir after a cistern haH been built In ho 1 customary manner with brick \ . and cement a wash 18 made of clear . cement and water , and brushed upon i the walls like whitewash , the walls will he found to have been rendered impervious to water. A cistern can he made of cement alone , an11f ! the earth In which It. I'Z n ndx Is of a solid clayey nature the wall or cement need not ho over two Inches In thlclmesH. Bricks wOllld have to ho used for the arch , hilt It IH helter not tq make IIn arch. Cisterns are usually under floors , and If not they can ho floored over and the under side lathed and plastered with 1111 a 111 all I. It becomes hard as stone , Is rot-proof tllI't'III'oof and moisture- proof. Unlit In this way IL cistern can he trade more cheaply ) , as It does not have to ho BO deep , and can he larger In dlanwter. A cistern sholllcl always ho circular , aR it makes the walls stronger and takes less material for a given amount of water Htorod....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

. . . . , . - - : eAMPF1Rl , , . . . . . _ . TALES : ! friri ; ! ! ! ! . i i i.1" : : i ! ! i ! ! r ! ! I - . , . . . j- Never Mind the Old Time. Never mInd the old times : , They were , urlrht IIn' sweet ! bunny skIps 111111\ ' e 'UII- VIolets nt your feet : . lIut the new times wear a smllln' face 'l'hnt's mighty good ( to meet. Au' 'uu'd Letter find the light that makes the lI1orulu' ! Never mInd the old times : They were Ineat. I know : Old friends that we loved so ! llut the new times lng' he t Hong oC 1Iopc ' Where sweeter roses grow . , - ' An' YOII'd better Ilnd the ' light that makes the mOl'nlu' ! -Frank L. Stanton , In Atlanta Constitu- tion - - Eccentric Colonel Burke "Yes , " Haiti Gen Coates. "I knew I . . . - , Cot Martin Burke , who was In conn- roand at Fort Lafayette when prisoners - ' ers therein quartered made the fort and the commander subjects of coii- tr oversr. Apart from any controversy , Cot Burke was an Interesting person- ality and an old charactCl' 1 rem...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

p , b - - cnlol1. 1\1rs. Batcman was down from Stella to a ; lttencl thc funeral of 1\1rs , H. N.'Timulcrriian . ' Hay Arnold 1 , Roy I flhld ( harry l.Jum and Jcssie GrimtlH , returned house from Crete where they have heen aUcnding' schoo1. 1\lr8. Tum of Superior Nehl' . , cause In last Saturday to visit her Son \errit. [ \ Wm , Kinsey was over from Salem thc fore part of the week W. H. Stowell and son I rank returned to their home in Au- hurt ! Monday. Miss Nellie lIossack is tip Iron I' ' dIs Cit \ . spcnding' this week with her sister , i\IrH. 1 Pl'art Sloan. NuthVhcatley I went to Nebraska - ka City Sunday to visit fricnds i\ln Buckley's mother , father t and sister camc ; lip from Iliawa- ha t to spcIHI Christmas. 'l'he high school and g'rannar rooms gate a small progTam and ended with a dehatc. Mr. I Swan of Stella was down visiting i his sister , i\Ir8. A. C. I'etty the fore part of the week M 1'8. I.owma : ; nephew from Horton , Kansas is helping her in the store this week....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

. il - " . ' . . . , . . ' . - - 'i' ' ' ' ' Pl f . ' r'T ; . ! t ) . Lfl1EtNMN { WAR 1 1A . . " Y rrcc .eanr . . ' . , . - , .w CHAPTER X.-Continued Jack feels a sudden glow as of exultation . ultatlon a8 ho remembers that the very part of whom she mattes men- tion Is In Havana at this hour. He has cudgeled his brains to find sonic method of getting Spencer out at' his path-to sweep the road to his wife clear of such an encut1lbrance-and what could give promise of more suc- Bess ! than In playing this girl against trim ? "Hell hath no fury like a wom- in ! scorned , " and this applies especially - ally to those women or the south through whose veins the blood leapS IL. " and bounds like molten lava , and who know no halfway course between love and hate when onto a man has made an Impression all their hearts Perhaps the situation warrants his action-at any rate , Jack Is humlUI , and the temptallon 10 pay Spencer back In his own coin quite Irreslst- . - Ihle. I Ihle.So he speaks , -...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

, - - - Local und Personal. - - - - Eat Sowles Candy. Ella Miller is in the city this week. I' l ' . P. Page of Dawson was in . . . this ] city J 4 r1e ] IIY. DI' 1. L. Meyer of Hiawatha in the city .rollclay. . Thicken pox isprc\'alcnt among the small fry of Falls ] City. Fred ] " Cain cause ill fromVyom - ing' the first of the wcek. ' iny Gould ] of Olllaha is the guest of Bessie Heacock. Despite the holiday s l . 'al1s City is unusually quiet socially. Alice Valentine is visiting with relatives -WYlllore. . . . . Fresh hulk oysters direct frolll Baltilllore at Coupe tC ; The 1'11 tons , . . 1.V. . Miller and son I ritz L'ame down frolll Lincoln Satur- . I phraimVitltee of Stella Spllll Chrisllllm with friends in this dly. Elta Loose of I'.incoli r ; is visiting - . illg- with her parents , 'Ym. Loose alld ' wife. 1)r. Cal1isoll of Stella ate ( 'Iiristntas dinner with his sister , Mi rs. 1. M. \ Houstoll. cuah : ] Greellwad ] is spending the ! vacation at the hOlllc of her mother ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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