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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 December 1904

r . . , FAN FOR THE HORSE. F. Comfort for Quadruped f In Design of Thoughtful Inventor. It Is a misnomer to call the heated ( term of summer the "dog clays , " because . cause little or no attention Is paid to the dogs , while everybody who owns " or drives a horse Is giving the ani- mal's care considerable thought. If t " . thee ! , ! uncomfortable days must be A I' , 7. . named for some animal It should be the "borse days. " All sorts of doe r" . vices are arranged to l.cep the equine ; . . . as comfortable as possible under the ' . , 1' , . handicap of a loaded wagon and a , " , : t , , : sizzling sung and a great deal of ins . : . ; . genulty has been directed in this - channel. tr. : , . " " " ' , A somewhat belated novelty In this . . . . ' , tine . Is a fan that has just been Invent. " : " . - . \ . ' y . , . 1'W : w ; > . . ; > " . , . " " . ' " - : : ' ; ' " . 'cI" ; . . ' , r : . - < ! .i' .i'f. I H ted t f. . , , - i : . I" . ed for the horse's use. \Ve have seen...

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 — 30 December 1904

New Years Resolutions. Jake Norris-'l'o promote rapid ) transit between Fallc City and ) Salcll1. j.'rcd . Kcllar , Bert Hcavis and T410)'d Gianini-Ncvcr more to wandcr from our own fircsides. Ward ) Knight -Never again to try to heat a full with a bob tail. - ' - Frank Crahill-'o ) take the conceit out of a few amatcur trap shooters In the good ) . old summer t i mc. - - - - - Joe Varner-'ro locate the division - vision in Falls City without the aid or consent of any other rail- road officials in the business , - - - - - Chm . Da v s-'o ) join the Kellar Heavis-Giannini class of also l'ans before Jan , 1 , PJO ( , . Albert l\laust-1\lc to. G. J. Crook-'I'o secure a government - crnll1cnt building for F I ills < Ci.y or bust a hrccching- - - - - - - - - 1' . J. Gist-'I'o take anti-fat. Rob ule-A ) little of the same plcasc. ; - - - - - - - Sphinx Cluh-'l'o adopt an an- ti marriage by-law. Judge Wilhite-'I.'o sustain Pres- idcnt Roosevelt in his antagonism to race suicide by issui...

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 — 30 December 1904

, . Ir. [ _ : . . - - F VOTE OF STATES OFFICIAL CANVASS OF NATION ELECTION RETURNS - TEDDY'S PLURALITY 2,547,578 , b. , Total Vote Shows - ; Decrease of 460 , . 078 Compared With Four Years Ago -Parker Carried 13 States , Bryan 17 , McKinley 28 , Roosevelt 32. - - CHICAGO-Tho official canvass of : the votes cast November H for presi- " . denting electors was cOlllllletcd 1'lnlrs- . day , when thc result was announced R in Mlnnesotn. NOI'I h Dakota nnll ( t \VaIjlington. The Associated Press is therefore able to present the first table giving the official vote of nil the Corty.five st.i\tes. The total vote Is 1JG08,49li : ( , against 13,963,574 I : : In . . 1900 , n decrease of 460,078. The ballots were divided as follows : . Roosevelt ( fiep. ) . . . . . . . . . . 7 , G27 , li:2 : : ' Parker ( Dem ) . . . . , . . . . . . 5,080.0JJ. ( . Dabs ( Soc ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : :91,587 : Swallow ( Pro. ) . . . . . . . . . . . 2j0JO ( : : r- Watson ( Pop. ) , . . . . . .Oo. . . . 1...

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 — 30 December 1904

1904 With the Palls City Merchants 'he ( Merchants of halls City arc recognized as ; Wlong' thc most progressive of their class 'l'ra\- ling' alcll11en have often re- lIlarlced in tile hearing of thc writer that 1 i'a11s ; City is thc best town of its size ! i in the state. That ( this 18 true iH largely clue to the l harader of its 'msincss I11cn A reporter interviewed a number of the local merchants relative to their business during PJ04 The following is a sUl11ary of the interviews - terviews : I ' red Clc'elal.dJo.f ] hifi ] ; been thi' t hest year ever \1) ! sales for the year show more than 20 per cut increase over J03 ] , I in tenl to materially increase Ill\ stock , in fact I will do so to the Inuit of my store roOI11S Johnston tL Sons ' speak of their i90'l I { ) trade as exceedingly satis- factory 'l'heil' business show- ing" a steady increase thc longer they remain here George : Clcveland--M business luring 190.4 ] ! was fully up to 111) best year I al11 getting a con- ta...

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 — 30 December 1904

. - . 1iIf : ODD . CORNfn : ! . @e ; " ' - - " - . " The ! Chumj I IIc'll turned late ; her Interbicb + Carrie to him 11I(1' 1\ 8hoclc I " } JUI'1t ye . young maul I Are yoU tlwate . It's almost twelve Clack t ' " 1 . eM. 811' . nu t-t hll IM-YOII ICC- . Rhe' now 1111 hour 0SO " ' nCCII yltling UII lilY lilt I , and I- I tenlly coulllll't go " . . "And arc rOil champ \ ( ' houg h ) to gel F - Your hut In such IIII:1hIlJI ? hereafter hung It III till' hall ; I1 Don't k.p,1 , It III your la\l. " t -Jll ; Mott In New Yotlc SIIII. f r I Minister Challenged Congregation. The Hev. WIlliam 1'ihbs of the r Mount Rose Baptist church , colored , of . , Homestead , Pa. , has announced that he a' will no longer serve the congregutlon. The pastor resigned , but the congregation . gation forestalled him by discharging him before his resignation was 1I1ade. I There has been trouble between a , " ' ' . faction in the congregation aud the r , . ' pastor for about a month , and one night , after pray...

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 — 30 December 1904

. . . . , ' , . - . 1 J. . . . . . - , - , - Y . . . . Local and Personal. How docs cold turkey taste hy this time ? Joe Norris of Lincoln is visit- ing' with his parents in this city. Agnes Moran spent a couple of ( lays in Kansas City last wcek. Joe Culp delivered new five inch ice to his customers .l'ucs- ca ) ' . Lillian Lewis visited with her mother in tltiscity the first of the week. Sarah Kachelrics of Alma ; , Ne- braska is visiting with her sister , \J rs. Will Crook. ' O. Wilkenson of Liberty , Mo. , spent the holidays with O. J. McNal1 and family. Mrs. Anna 11er.el1 : and children - ren of Auburn am the guests of relatives in this citro Clyde Johnson and wife arc spending the week with his moth- CI' in Superior. Clarence Burchard is visiting . with his parents , Dr. Uurchard and wife. How would you like to be a cat to lie around thc house all day and be put out at uig'ht. Ethel and Florence Parchcn , are visiting with their aunt , Mrs. 'ri'unfelter ) ; in Vcrdon. Lulu Bla...

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 — 6 January 1905

- - - . , , - , . - ' . - " . 4. . YP" . . , . . ti4 : S' ' M1Y7C 1. .3'A.14695'tliflfb16f.a ' AMMWaii-W/WMP..11M.'WM Mw n..nw M. r.i - , . . . - . A/ - _ _ - - - - - - , . - ' - - - - - "u I - - - - , Ml - I" k . ( J . . , . . . ' " . . . . . . . . . ' . ' , ' . . . " . , ' . . ' ' j - K , . . _ . . . . . \ - - - - - - _ . . . . - . - - - - - - - - . - - - - - - . - - . - - - . - - - - - - - - - . . - . - - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - \/.01. II. No. I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 6 , 1905. Whole No. 53 ; ' . Died. , _ George Bowker died at his residence in Rub , Saturday , Dec. 31st , 1904. _ . . It is a sad duty for a newspaper - - er to record the death of any , , - citiz n. but when that citizen , , combines so many qualities of gentleness and usefulness as did \It. Bowkcr , it becomes thc an- \ . ' ' . i . . . nounccmcnt of a public calamity . . ' to write ; he is gonc. . George Bowker was born at Petersburg in thc cast of England on the ...

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 — 6 January 1905

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . --J r-r" LESSON I.-JANUARY 1. GOLDEN 1'EX'I'-In him was life : and he life was thc light or mCII.-John 1:4. : 1. "In the heglnnlng. " Before ho I , world \ was mudo ( John 17 : 5) ) . At the beginning of created things the Word "wus. " Already existed. "TheVord. . " The Greelc Logos means "not only the spoken word , hut the thought expressed - pressed ) by the spoleen word ; It Is the spoken word expressive of thought. " It It "tho will of GIII manifested In personal uellon. " hence here It refers ' fel's to "tho Son of God existing from nil eternity , and manifested III space ) [ and lime In the person of Jesus ChrIHt. " 110 Is the living expression ) or the nature , purposes ) , und will of Gotl.-ProC. Plwnmer In Cambridge Blhle. 'fho Word "denotes the person' al revealer of God.-llIblical World. 'rho Word was with God. " 'fho Greek preposition expresses not mere- ly I being beside , hut a living union ullll com 111\111 Ion ; Implying the active n...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 6 January 1905

. . . _ _ _ . . , . . . . . . _ , - . . . . . . . lr - . - - - - - - - - . . . . . . . . , . - - - - = - : : : - ; : < ; \ : ' ; : : A MONEY SAVING SHOE SALE .E have reached the - now sea- WE son of the year when wc o always cut the prices on our Fall 4 = = ' and \Vinter Foott car.Ve have . no excuse to offer-we simply . want to convert the halance of this ! = ' ' " c'ti r'.I''y , ' ' season's stock into cash to get k n ready for Springy and Summer , . \ , Shoe 5. \Ve don't went < this ad to appear scmmtional or read like a _ . . . . . I 'fake.Ve want to impress sensible - Bible people as a truthful statement of a plain business Shoe proposition. And these cut prices offer you the best kind of a reason for buying all the Footwear you can use for some time to come. I _ _ _ - Ladies' Shoes Johnsol' Bros. Vici kid , light weight sole , . Regular price S2.50. Hate price _ _ . . . . $ t 50 Husika111p's vici kid , IcKay sale , regular $ t 50 price S2.50. Sate ptice.---------- - _ _ ...

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 — 6 January 1905

. . . STYLES IN SEASON SOAVE OF THE LATEST MAN. DATES OF FASHION. Green Cloth Walking Suit a Fancy of Parisians-Blouse of Slclllenne In Bronze Shade-Winter to Be a Sea. . son of Color. I Winter a Color Season. I 'I'ho winter ! has proved unquestion ably n color Hcuson. Indeed , any fashionable congregation ! of women this winter ! may well he likened to a rainbow , the colors are so varied antI so delightfully Hort The evening cell ors arc very faint off tints , while day time claims , und rightly , the more decided slll\tlcH Only 1\ brief season I\Hono waR It not that we .autled the all . white costume ? Now we are nil I too willing converts to this new tash Ion for colt ) ! ' . Not hilt t while IH OH' tracllc ; , ] ; for from It ; hut It Is now in vlIl'lnhly seen offset by some color , usually introduced as a trimming. The black hat II very often seen with the white costume , and velvet tri comes and toques und picture hats In he I laveuder and violet shades : ! are tremendously e...

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 — 6 January 1905

. _ . _ . . . . . - - - - - - t Shakcsperian Party. , A New car's eve Shakesper- tan part was given at the home . . of Mr. and Mrs. 'L' J. Gist Sat- urday e\'ening- Broken quotations from Hhake- ' . . . . ' ' . spcre were given the guests to CO \11- \ t' plete also quotationR \'llich the g'uests'ere to locate and give the 4 name of the character who altered " . . them , \ \ ' . A. Greenwald , g S. " Towle ) A. G. Wanl1er , J. l : . Cain : : and V. G. Lyford were among . the most successful dies guessers , ' while Mrs. I ) . D. H'a\'is , Irs. J. ' - C. i'utzy : , Mrs. \V. \ Abbey and . t Jt- r Mrs. .A e. \Vanner were the suc- \ cessful ladies. After delicious . r'frc8h111el1 , favors were given ' . ' each gucst. 'J'heswere \ wrapped . : " . ; . in large packages and each suc- . cessive package contained a name . , another guest with instructions - ' : to place the package il1 some out . . ' of the way place for the true , owner to lind This feature pro'ed'cry amusing before the savor...

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 — 6 January 1905

- - , , - . 6 . . ! ' F1 OM ' T iE i Who Didos HIs Time \ \ ti'lmo hides his time , and day hy day laces defeat fall patiently \ . Atilt lifts mirthful ' ' , a roundelay to however poor his fOI'IIIII'H ho ; ' . . :1 lie will not fail III IIIIY qualm ' , Of Ilovcrlr- the paltry t \ lilli' , .ft { tl It will 'IOW : golden III hlH { alum , Who hides his lillie Who hides Ills Iln1l'-lw IUHII' ( ! the sweet Of honey III the ImlleHI tear ; And though he fares with slowest feet Joy rllllH to meet him , drawing near ; The bids are hcrnlllH of his catuse : ; And 11I10 ) ' ' ' ' , , a lIe\'I'I'-clllllll I'hymn The roadsides hloolll In his applause : : , Who bides his tlIIIC. Who hideR his limo , and ) fevers not III the hot race that IHIIIU achieves , Bhull wear cool-wl'l'athcd laurel wrought With crimson berries In the leaves : AIIII ho shall reign II goodly ) < IIIg' . AIIII sway his hllllel 0'1' every clime , With Ieuce"I'lt 1111 his signet ring / , Who bides his time. -James 'hllcomh I...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 6 January 1905

- . t ' . ' 1' . f . - - 'p ff oj Our Market Letter. : KANSAS CI'l'Y , Mo. , Monuay' I i . . Jan. 2 , 11)05. The supply here i I today is 5000 hcad , just about , right , but Chicago reports 37,000 : 'r. . . l cattle , altogether too many. Prices arc 10 lower today on Idll- . i , ing- cattle , hut stockers and feeders - . , ers arc nearly eady. 'rhc had market today will probably hold off receipts balance of the week , and markct should be as good as stcady ; during that timc. Top . beef steers last week sold at 85.50 , hut some orders for prime beeves were untillcd , as none of that kind . - \t- \ came , they would ha\ ' e sold a1'Ound $6.00. Monday and "rucs- ' . . day very few steers sold antler . . ' , , 84.25 , but last of the weep , many . . . . sales wcrc at$4.00 or lcss. Good heifers sold at 54.00 to S.L50 , fat hca ' y cows 53.50 to $1.25 , uteclium i she stuff at 82.40 to 83,25 , and . thc fair to g-uod sting closed thc week 10 to 20 cents hig-hcr. Vcals sold tip to 5.50 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 — 6 January 1905

. SWANX - Lon of Soil Nitrogen. The nitrogen of the soli Is one of Its most important constituents and a for- t\1l1.IIII \ element that quickly dlsap- l > earH. H volatlzes rIlllldly and one of the chief agents of holding It III the flail IH the humu8. When the humus becomes exhausted the nitrogen escapes - capes with Increased ralldll ) Ex- 1IOrimollt8 with continuous wheat growing on the same soil have shown that the animal and vegetable matter In the soil disappears very rltpldh' ThlH causes the liberation of the nitro , gen As long as the nitrogen Is In combination with and forms a part of the humus , or decaying animal and \'ogotahlo matter or the soil , It Is In a stable form : but as soon as the humus decays the nitrogen Is liberated In various gases and soluble forms , which are easily lost from the soli It Iii the statement of scientists that there Is no element that Is so readily lost as nitrogen IL Is not possible for the mineral forms of plant food , such as potash an...

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 — 6 January 1905

- . , - .h" - - " - - . . . . . . _ , , _ . , - . _ _ - _ . _ a , _ . _ _ IbM . - - - ' TIE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . , , I _ , Published l ; very Friday at" F'ArJT4S l CITY , NE 13RA S1' \ } Jr " 'i Iby ' . 'TRIBUNE PUDLTST1ING CO f 0 ' . . gnlcred aR 1ccond-c1aSB ' matter , .Tanu- \0.1. J 7 ' ' ' ' ' - - , toy 12 , 1)3Iat ; the post ofliceat I.'allg . City . Neb" , tuldcrtic Act of Congress : ' . of Mnrch J , 18i9 ' I' . , , " ' - ' - - ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - \ . : ONE DOLLAR PEl YTATi I ; l'clcphonc No : : . 22(1. . _ - , , A GOOD RULE FOR 1905. : c \ ho char.Hh. . . . Giv& ' tit tiouittsontout : ur . l ; Igor ttroy uupropart'nncd ' thclIlIcht hl I act . 11 c thull C IIIl.1nl' . tilt 11) 1111 IIwans "II lTal' . , 'I ' he fr nIl . thou h:1..I. and their :11101111011 . , . . tried , ' w . . . . . nralJ'.I ; lIt'llI to thy Maul with imps flfIh'1 t , JIIII do oat clllll thy Imll1l with I'lIt'rtAltllllt'lIt pof l.\cll IICW hatch'I , 1I1111'chc',1 cUII radlIt'\\'an' ; , ' . of ellt...

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 — 6 January 1905

- . - - - - falls . City Tribune r 8V TnlriUNIl PUILIIHINa CO - . . .uL8 OITY . . NI1BJtUJC.A. . . . " - ' - - - - - - - The difference between chnrlty nnn nfurm If ! Ihlll charity occaHlolIlIlI he' 1. glllH at hOllll' - - - - - - - When a fellow huH money to horn , there I ! are a lot of thel't who believe III HIOlltllllcOIIH ) eoniI111HtIou. "Hollie " observes the blew OinU IIIUII , ( ) \ ; York gvcllln Inll , " "lire honest only when tlwy HWelu' . " 1I0neHl ? - - If I n girl ! Iii only attractive enough , Hhe JCIH ( all the inure InvltutionH when she duesu't ! Imow how to slmte. - - - - - - The cl'lIl1lold back comb Of 1Chi. . cage 'ollng wOlllun exploded the other day Whalled lair she IIII1Hl have ! - - - - - - - The new SOl'villn cabinet lasted just ono dnr. ( If It was so soon to he done for , we \\'OII1IIJ1' what it was hegllll for . III I Chicago they are now 1\llll1aplng chorus glt'ls. 'J'helle homes for the aged hn vo got to ho filled up sOllie. Ii ( I + V. - - - - - - - I...

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 — 6 January 1905

. haw + v .tuiet a Horse. 'A When a witness In an English court , . l'emnrlted that It was necessary to sit on a horse's head when he was down to keep him quiet , the jUdge replied : "Nothing of the Itlnd. People don't seem to understand that the only thing necessary to keep n horse from kicking when he Is down Is to get : ' - . . ' . hold o4 his ear and keep his IH.J.1O UII in the air. I have seen a lady peep a horse quiet In that way without soiling her gloves. " $100 Reward , $100. The reader of tills paper will be pleased 10 learn that there I. at leaftt ono dreaded dl.ease that science has been able 10 cure In all Its stages . anti that Is Catarrh. nall'l Catarrh CurD 1ft the only puslth'e cure now known 10 the medical fraternity. Clltllrrh being \ a conftUtutional dlseare , requires a ( 'IIIISUtU' ttonal trentlllent 111111'8 Catarrh CurD Ie taken Inv tonlally , acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system , thereby destroying the fuundatlon of the disc ale ...

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 — 6 January 1905

- - . . . _ _ . _ _ . . . . > r . . . . _ . FIMITATIONS . I of FOLEY HONEY AND TARI " t On account of the great merit and popularity of FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR . -.it : I for Coughs , Colds , and Lung T'roublc , several manufacturers are advertising I imitations with similar sounding names with the view of profiting by the favorably r , known reputation of FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. . 4 DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON , ' I We originated HONEY AND TAR as a Throat and Lung Remedy and unless you get FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR you do not get the original and genuine. . -y Remember the name and insist upon having FOLEY'S HONEY AND Tt > li. Do not risk your life or health by taking imitations , which cost you the same as the genuine. . FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR is put up in three S1'ZCS--25C , 50C and $ i00. ' I Prepared only by FOLEY & 00. 92-94-96 Ohio Street , Chicago , UUnois. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY DR. McrIILLAN , Proprietor City Pharracy' - - - - - - - What Others Say. And . . Thcn1 mICl'UUIlIt...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 6 January 1905

1 1 , . The Burial of Love. ΒΆ ' How shall we bury the old love ? . 'j With bitters tears and deep sighing : For 01 ! 'tis scarcely 1\ cold love n" And long and hard was Its drlns. t "rwns born In the time of roses , Itself the fairest of flowers , And winter , tlluclln g his posies . Still spared that blossom of oUt's. . Deep In the earth Il wnR rooted , ; j 1 . , . I But still It' looked 10 the sky : ' , \ ) ; - - It budded , blossomed , nllli fruited , L And then It had to dIe t We follow with reverence and slowly P. 'fhl1 seraph who deigns to bear it . 1. ' And has promised In ground more holy f , Than any of earth's tu enter It. : But nh ! to bury the old love , 1l stings the heart with sighing : r For nil the old love If' ' cold love I AIIII nil the dreams nm d'lng' - , ' . n. lone ' .ClI11s , In London Sphere , \ , L THEIR LAST STAND I . By WESLEY A. STANGER t" ( Cop rlKht , 1904 , lIy 1 > ally Stork I'ub.Co. ) * ' . ' ; Hopldns had run " 99" ! ) ! ) ever since she b. . . ....

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 — 6 January 1905

. - - I A A 1 c . 1i f , t Local and Personal. Paul Startzel is visiting with his aunt in Atchison. Mrs. J. R. Reynolds is quite sick with the g't ip. Fred IIeruester was a St. Joseph visitor last Monday. Miss Hattie Bode is suffering from the prevailing milladyg-rip. i Kate McMahon of Preston was a Falls City visitor last Saturday. Two Choice steam heated rooms for rent in State Bank Building. George afJuet returned to Chi- cage Monday to resume his studies. Mrs. Moors wife of the ditch- tng' man is quite ill at the Nat- ional hotel. Eva JcNall returned to school at Liberty , Mo. , the second day of this wcek. Mark H.athhut'lt Lincoln visited - ted with his sistcrMrs. H , I : . i Miner during thc holiday. Elizabeth IIossack visited with friends in Stella last Saturday and Sunday. Dowty Watson of Reserve , Kan. , visited with his sister Mrs. D. H. Scars on Sunday. J. C. Morehcad made a busi- ness trip to Rule on the second of this month. Miss Sadie Schmucker of Merrill - rill , Kan....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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