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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 13 January 1905

' 11" t 11"l I l = - : , _ , I U ATr1IE OF lllf ( U&1N WARJJ . , . - cac aror . JJ . . Copyright , 1897 , by F. Tennyson Nccb' I CHAPTER XII.-Contlnued. However , there Is no help for It , and . 00 precaution must he neglected that will conduce to the success of time game. Her safety first , no matter what I may become of his hopes. i That Is Jack Travers for } 'ou. 4 Presently he searches for Ah Sin , ; . t and gives that humble individual I quite a severe shock when ho runs it { , j across him The Celestial has been leeeiling quiet , feasting on the good things placed before him , and awaitIng - Ing orders. I When he learns what has occurred : . - to call for immediate attention , Ah " .If Sin Is at once on the qui vivo , and ready to act I\S best his master sees 11 t. fit.At At six o'clocle Smithers shows up , looking very unlike himself. He would easily pass for one of the native tiTe Jehu whips upon the thousand I cabs of Ha\'ana. Jack and his man tumble Inside- there Is a ...

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 — 13 January 1905

flarried. Nelnesday , January 4. 1905. at the home of the brIde's parents in Sterling , at the hour of eleven o'clock , occurred a quiet home wedding , in which Miss Klara Radinsky , of Sterling , and Mr. Frank 1'hurber , of Tccuniseh were the happy couple ; the cere- ; mony being performed by the I bridc's father , who is a licensed minister and has performed a like service for his slaughters previously - \'iously married. The bride is a laughter of Mr and lrs. O. adinsky , , lnd is a most excellent young lady and has for several years been one of the successful teachers of the county , resigning the place as teacher in the Elk Creek schools to take this more important step. The groom is one of 'I'ccumsch's best young men , and is at present . the city electrician at that place , and there they will make their home , at lust : for the prcsent. The Sun extends best wishes.- Sterling Sun. The bride was formerly a resi- dent of this city and is well known hire also being a sister of l...

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 — 13 January 1905

. . OLD CROSS OF LOUISBURG. t. Interesting Relic Owned by Harvard University. In a closet In the library at lar- - yard college Is stored one of the few existing relics of the campaign of Sir William POJlIJerell and his New Etig - , - landers against the French stronghold of Loulshllrg , In the year 745. This relic Is an Iron cross that Is believed . . lIovod to have adorned a church In l..oulflhllrg. How It came Into the pos session oC Harvard Is not Imown at thIs time , afl no antiquarian has ever taken the trouble , It appears , to estah- lisp Its history since It became a col- logo possession. About sixty years ago 1'11' John I. . . . Sibley , then librarian at Harvard , found the cross In a lot oC discarded ' -ijl articles stored In one of the smaller U buildings on the college gl'Ounds. It was marlwd with II tag on which was r written the statement that the cross was brought from LOlllslmrg hr one of Pcpperell'g sohllel'R. MI' Slhley nt. I , . . . tempted to trace the history ...

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 — 13 January 1905

- - - Practical Suggestions 1 From a Practical Parlner.I I Editor of 'l ' ime : L'rihune---H you will allow me a small space in you paper , 1 would like to give you a ( cw thoughts on corn rais- . 1I1g. There arc men who will argue that the cheapest and best way to raise corn is with thc lister. Sonic think otherwise , while there may hc sonic that do not thick at all. I would like to give a few figures that may suggest a few thoughts to thc farmer who thinks and is willing to reason from a fair tan < 1poi n t. In a row 80 rods long there arc 15549 inches. Suppose the farmer - er listing corn will set his drill to drop 1 a grails i every 16 ] nchcs i and under fair conditions ever ) ' grain grows hc will have 1)90 stalks to thc row lvery l practical - cal farmcr knows that thc above is plenty close under thc best con- Thc farmer using 'planter 3 fl 8 in" , will put a hill of corn every 44 iuches or 3O hills to thc row averaging J grains to thc hill which is a fair estimate and no...

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 — 13 January 1905

. . , , JI' I' I'f' f' Mrs. Sawkins and the Bandit By WILLIAM CHESTER ESTABROOK ICoprrlilhtl90tIH' lIally Story Pub Co. ) ' 4 ' t On the afternoon delivery or an , . ' October day. the postman handed Mrs. Sarah Sawlns ] a letter ] with an Ari- zona postmar ) ; : "Its from Jane Kllbr , I mow ] , she ' said , and opening it , read : " and 1 "Dear Cousin Sarah-Kent : have been wondering of late what had , , become of you. \Vo haven't had more - , " than hair n dozen letters from you since your henry's death and I'm sure " you''e forgotten to answer my ] ast , . -t ill" ( I'm going to put a return address on j " I this so I'll know if you got it. If you are alive and as well as we hope you are , why can't you come down and spend the winter with us ? It's pretty "wild and woolly" In this part of the I . . but I'm ' would en- , l- ' territory , sure you joy it immensely if j 'ou're willing to put up with the inconveniences Ever- thing's as "picturesque" as the railroad folders trim . and ...

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 — 13 January 1905

I Educutionnl Departtl1ent. By Co. Supt. Crocker iiu titol.n'r scnoo1. NO'l'HS. ; H ( Llinfr Circle York is pro- gressingnicc3y. Attend allce COIl- tinues to inCrease , Hoolll 2 , a large recitation room , being filled at the last I11ccting" . Ati all appropriate cnding" to the very successful season just closcd ) ' the ditTerent athletic organbmtions of the high schoo1. Professors 1IoIT and : Schlaifcr entertained - tcrtaincd the mel11bers at the home of J. C. SCg'rist era last Friday l - day evening" All those who bc- 10ng"ed to the foot-ball , boys' bas- ket ball , girls basket ba11 , track and base ball teams were invited ' \ to attend and a'ery enjoyable cvcning' was spcnt. . A program consisting of addresses - dresses by the captains of the various tea illS , and several 1 humorous - orous nUl11hcn was listened to. At the recent meeting .Qf the state teachers association , Miss Eva Cooper passed thc m1l1in- . ation re < l\lirl'd of candidates for places in the schools estab...

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 — 20 January 1905

, _ . . i . . t ' , . - , ' . 1i. . . . , . . . I . 1. ' :1 ) I " - ' - I 't , \ . " , . . , . " , \Tol. II. [ No. 3 FALLS CrrY'n NEBRASKA I , FRIDAY , JANUARY 20 , 1905 Whole No 55 , - , ; . About the Division. I' t . 'l'hc chances for Falls City to I . . : , ' get thc division , was . never I so . good , , as now. 'rhat tillS is true is rile . result of what seems at first l sight J. w , , - . to he a very foreign cause. Sometime - . ' : : - - time . since Omaha secured . what . . ' ' is known I as a proportionate . ' . * ' , , freight ratl' 'l'hc result was that , _ all the grain in the northwest has , ! - . , been . , ( dividc l from the Chicago " , . and St. LoUts markets and is car- . vied < 1 direct to the gulf for expot t 1emand. To reach , the gulf it is : necessary for shippers in thatl , territory to use thc Missouri l' ' Pacil from Omaha south and to ' 1 - the gulf via thc Texas Pacific 1 lsailie manag-c\l1cn \ as thc M. P. ) r l vets now thc freight trains on this ro...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 January 1905

. . LEGISLATURE of NEBRASKA A Synopsis of Proceedings of the Twenty Ninth Gen eral Session , In the capitol building shortly after noon on the 3rd ; 1:2 : : citizens stood with uncovered heads and with right hands uplifted , before Chief Justice Holcomb , and repeated after him a solemn oath of ofllce. The men who Invoked God to attest that they swore truly were the members of the twent- ninth session of the legislature , and this IS' what they swore : "I do solemnly swear that I will support the constitution of the United States and the constitution of the state of Nebraska , and will faithfully discharge the duties of member of the legislature according to the best of my ability , and that , at the election at which I was chosen to fill the said office , I have not jmlH'operly Influenced any vote ot un elector ; that I have not accepted nor will I accept , either directly or indirectly , money or other valuable things from any corporation , company or person , 01' any promise at o...

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 — 20 January 1905

. - . , . ' . . I . . J ' . , . . ' Farmers ; uil titu.te Program - ' gram 'ro be held in the Court loom Falls l City ; Nebraska , Frid 1Y and [ Saturday I J , in. 2i and 28 , 1')05. l ' John II. Ilutchilg-s , President r "k' " 'PlWGHA\I Friday Afternoon , 1:30 : , Court ( ; l oom. Music , Selected . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k Invocation . , . .lacy. Ia. Ia. Haskins. MUSIC , Selccted. . . . . . . . . . ' : . . . . . .Adrlrcss \\TelcomeV.G. . Ly ford Responses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . ' . . . Ecouonnic Pork Production , 1\11' . . C.\I. ; Lcwelling- , Bcaver City , Ncb. t -'r Gr General Discussion . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bread and Yeast l\I aid ng- , 1\1rs. C. IVelton , U'airbury. Neh. . -Gcneral Discussion . . . . . . . . . . . . I . iI.- . Selection and Care of Seed\ \ Corn , : ' r 'Ir. C. 1\1. Lewelling- General Discussion. . . . . . . . . . . . _ Opening of Question Box. . . . . . . . Friday E \ 'eniri " i:30 : Music Selected ( . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ilo...

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 — 20 January 1905

. , _ ' I , ' . LEGISLATURE of NEBRASKA' " . - A Synopsis of Proceedings of the Twenty" Ninth Gen era ! Session I SgNA1'I : - The second section or 8. I' ' . 21. ! introduced hy Senator Schreclc Oil the 2th , for regulation of automobiles - biles reads as follows : "Whenover It shall appear that any horse or mule driven or ridden lIy any person upon any of said streets roads or highways Is about to become frightened or Is frightened hy the approach of any au tomoblle or vehicle or when Il shall appear that any horse or horses mule or Itlules driven by any person or persons upon any of said streets roads or highways are about to become frightened , or are frightened by the ap , preach of any such automobile or vo hide It shall be the dUly of the per son driving or conducting such ! auto mobile or vehicle to cause the same to come to a full stop , unless horse or horses mule or mules have pass ( ) ( I. " 11rs.V. . 11. Sutton was selected to furnish a journal of the proceedIngs IngH at...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 20 January 1905

r . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . , - . - . . - - - . " - - t . I - -1 , WHEN , YOU CATCH COLD - ' - Do not take 'chances o' it wearing away or experiment with some unknown preparation which may leave the' bronchial tubes and lungs weakened and susceptible to attack from , the germs of Pneumonia. Qr Consum tion. . ' " , : t , . . . . ' ; ] OLEYS H0NEYTAR , i' not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs and prevents serious results f from a cold. Contains no opiates. . . . L- . , . It Saved His Life After the Doctor Said A Policeman's Testimony. ( - He Had Consumption. J. N. Patterson , night policeman , of Nashua , Iowa , writes : CCLast , . W. R. Davis , Vissalia , California , writes : IIThere is no doubt but winter I had a bad cold on my lungs and tried at least a halfdozen what If-oley's IIollCY and Tar saved my life. I had an awful cough advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physicians on my lungs an...

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 — 20 January 1905

,4 . - , : 'PROVES GREAT POWER When Regular Medical Treatment failed , Dr Williams' Pink Pills Cured Her Rheumatism H\tIllrCllH ( people nfllictedwith rl10n- Inntism 11I\\0 spout ycnrs : under the ( tiaro of excollollt physicians ill vnill. 'l'hell thoyJlI\\'o ) ficllled dowlI to the conviction that it iH fastened oil them for life l\h'R IJlnstnoro was not villiuh ! to join tike mlllcH of the hopolefis mortly , because her doctor dill not know how to help hor. . hero iH her story : li'our years ngo I Rufforo,1 greatly with rhoumntism ill lilY' ' hnllds mud kuoos. ACtor I had been Hitting while my limbs 80011101180 heavy I could hardly walk 011 the first ntt01ll1lt. So long ns I kept moving I WfiS nil right , but just ns , soon ns I stopped , somethillg seemed to settle in my tutees ] nnd make them ncho. My hands were so bad I couhln't touch the palms of them on a flat surface ; they were swollen ] ] and pained so " "Did you call ) ] in n physician ? " "I doctored steadily for over n...

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 — 20 January 1905

. " ' . ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' " " - - - : : - - - - - - - - - - : : . - . - . - - - - - - - . . . - . : - . ' . . " . ' fI , _ = n ; ; : " " - " " 'r - - II ANNOUNCEMENT : ; . . ; ' _ _ . . . . . . . . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ FOR _ _ . _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ TF-iE _ _ _ _ _ _ _ YEAR _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 190)5 _ . _ _ _ . . _ ) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ . . a. . . . . . _ _ . _ _ ' ; r 1. . ' 1 1 : SAO f. 1 r fft : ! ) C . . rJ' . . . . .h ; ' , . . . ( . . . - . f" , " < ti : II I I . - - - - - - - - - - - - - I 4 ' Mattiugs : ' better than = . The Spring line now coming : ; ; : :1 at a price ! always the lowest. We have just received 1,000 yardS ; ; I Japanese r1attings that \ve will sell as a leader at 25c per .yard. This * ' grade always brings 35c in other stores. You will do well to anticipate t your needs. The war has shortened the supply and when this is gone < \ve cannot duplicate. \ VeviH carry a fuller line of Carpets this spring than usual. Keep this in 111ind. \Ve ...

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 — 20 January 1905

- - _ .A . falls City Tribune BY TPUBUNII PUILISHINQ CO. FALLS CITY . . NJlBJUsn ] , . , . .n , . , _ , _ _ _ _ _ _ Harry Lehr IH to retire from socl- oty. Must ho going Into impolite vaudeville. John .1. Dowl1 , a scissors grinder , 1 died leaving IL fortune of $30,000. John was a sharp business JUun. . A man was arrested down East the other day for marrying his mother-In , law. It was probably on un Insane wa rra n t. King Peter of Servia Is busy destroying - slt'oylng the freedom of the press IA that country. It will probably not taw ] him long. A Philadelphia judge has delivered a profound ) opinion regarding kissing , that Institution having at last reach- eel Philadelllhia. The increase of suicide among rich people Is exciting Rome peoplo. Have wo not always said happiness could not ho hough with cash ? Although the Icing of uunco men Is dead , there are many of his loyal subjects - . jects still allve. And they Qren.t all III the big cities olthOl' The laziness microbe Is kno...

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 — 20 January 1905

- - . . - - - f'- f'I I I - - - . - - Local and Personal. . " 't I Eat Sowlcs Candy. ' . ' , \Irs. Chinnock went to Peru , last wcek. ' For Salc- Iule colt , enquire at T ' , Hcck's fcccl store. \ . ! . Mrs. V. Simanton left Friday . afternoon for StC'l1a. . Dr. A. Gaiscr , dentist over . Richardson county bank. * , J. H. Milcs left Friday morn- , ing- for Los Ang-elcs , Calif. ' 'j . Or. R. P. Roberts , dentist , over Kings Pharrllacy. . . , 'i. Yr" l. . ' Last week was invoicing week ' , with a number of the merchants. : r Fresh bulk oysters direct from J1altimore at Coupe Thorn tons. .t- ' : \V. \Vakeficld went to Au- ? , burn , the latter part of last weck. { . . Two Choice stcam heated . : rooms for rent in State Bank 'y ' 1 J' ol11 'II' 111g. r , . ; ' O. Shocnhcit was an l1. P. ' " , : ' passenger to St. Joe last Friday , afternoon. 00 to L. C. ' \Iauger for red ) . .kerosene. It wont smoke your ' ; ; . . chimnc\'s. , : home rendered lard and home . : d hams and bacon at Coup...

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 — 20 January 1905

I . _ _ : : " ' : : : --I : : : . " ! " " : ; -"r. " I > ' . . . . . _ _ . . . . . . . . . , - . . . . . . . _ . , , . . . - - . . ' ALL DONE OUT. , " Volel'lIn .IOH111111 11cllcr , or 701 South Wlllnllt Htl'l'lJ11 \ ) J'\1l11 \ : 11 , 111. , says : "In the fall / or JSII ! ! , after taking DOlin's Klelney Pills I tent . tllo readers of this t 1111111 : tilnt. t tllCj' had l rpllu\'el \ ! III" oC Idl. , racy tl'OlIlIlo ( , lib" , \ posed or II 1\1110 : ' hackvillt pain across lilY 101m and 1Il'1H'lItli the 5hOu1 Ilpl' 1I11111PHul'ln \ ) ! ! ; 1 t I the interval which , hat elllllHlel ( I have , 111111 occasion to t 1'1' . ' ort i to \Ollll't-l \ Khl IWY ] 'ills \ \ \ ' IIt'II I notlcId warnings 2 of mum tttIack. ( On each Itllll every OC , C'uloll : the I'CHlllts I obtained were just IIH sat , isfictory liS when the pills \ were first brought to lilY notl'e 1 just liS ollllllllltlcn'lly elillon the II1'Ol1ll1'lltlOll today as ! I lId over two yOarS Ilgo " F'ostUl' , lllhlll'n Co"...

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 — 20 January 1905

. . r t . . . . . . . . . - - - - , ' . ' ; j".JI 1.M ! ' 'YB ! . 'iI . ! : - . - - - - " - - . . to . - ' - - - : - : . jn-j J ' -r-------f"-- Tt . 111 Iii EF L\LIjS ! trrtJ1RIB liNE I'ttbli l l : J1f \ . ) qrit qi : ; , LL8' " t ff 'l''t , 'BJJ'Rsk } , . FI Dr ' ' . \ \ , ' sJIJH1l q : H Irf.1 ] tr-1 , 1IINC ! , d P. I t iStttcrrd . sccoJll-class . . cr < a.y ( - natter .Tltlltt 1 : ! .j1t1Ia-ltfhe ! ' ) ! , ) b- ! ; ( olHccat < i , ; .tllS' . k Gi l.K ( . h. , under thc Ac , ctf COIIgrc : ! 5 t. . J ' _ Jl I'ch'31i1. } : ! ; : , ( Actqf { . , . l : )7 : ' .11 t s , Ot EI : ; , JOL.hAl .J : ii t 1 YJ1.c'd 's I W Telephone No. 326. . , ( ' -f1 , - - - - - - - - II , . I \ I I " I \ Ot = IMPORTANCE TO THE PEOPLE , . . . EA liiollr 1 ; ' " 'flidsc : tltingst'lii t i i ll I . . . . r ; g" \\,1.r,1 : fi'OrrYJJLh ' ! tH pcqptel'l i , a .direct prilpary ; t ; hem < : . . ' 1' o thsc " , \ . hb 'J ' { ; rre i 11 'i1 il1 i 1 ; i' 'tlt ; i ' , , th j \\Cvotlild 'j . : S'titlFat , '...

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 — 20 January 1905

FOM THE - - - - - - Live While We May. Live while we may : , For life hI worth the spending , Anti silent III its ending ; Drive cure \\'lIr. Ho IIIUIII the sunny tours , MIIIHt frolic told 'mill lowers , Best Ill wo 111 1r. . Love while we may , For fine II ever lIl'elln , And young ; hearth ever beating With music Kay ; -Iont' idly : down IIO'H stream , And find love ! hilt drcam- - line Is lovo' day. lIopo while we may : ; hearts soon are sad with Harrows , And mournful arc the morrows When life II gray. : Mere wl'cclUllf h 11(0'hiM lory : Al length dealh' silent mystery : Enllclh IIfo'8 I ! a : , ' . IfO'8 but n play , With merry Jnunllnlrl laughing , Their boys and pleasures 1I1II1111n , . I With mirth told fun ; Then , aM 11 clollll flllleH out of sight , 'I'her.Hlnt ! Into the silent IIIht- 1'hclr play : 18 donc. NEWS OF THE LABOR WORLD. - Items of Interest Gathered from Many Sources. The trade agreement between the United Brotherhood of Carpenters . and Joiners and the Amalg...

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 — 20 January 1905

. , . , , " - ' - - . - . - . . . , " . , . t ! J ATALr 0r 11Cr CUMNwAR ; i LM 't . . . Copyright , 189i , by F. Tennyson Nccly. ' ' - , . . , ' 1' , I. ' . ) Copyright 1899. by Street and Smith. CHAPTER XIV. I - A Mad Chase on a "Wlld.Cat Engine. " When they have gained the cab of the locomotive upon which General Toledo has seized for some important government business , Jack and Smith ers draw a long breath of relief. ( The future looks brighter in corn parison with the blackness that so recently - i cently hung over it lilte a funeral pall. Jack glances over the Pile of wood - " ' in the tondor. Havana is in full view , I t" and as the evening settles down over the Cuban capital many lights are ! springing into sight malting the pic' t tare , with the harbor beyond , and . ) grim 1\101'1'0 Castle guarding its entrance . I .1-- trance , one that could have but few , . rivals. T They have rattled over a trestle or i bridge , and now plunge among the , bills back of the city. : , T...

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 — 20 January 1905

I. . . - I ) What Others Say. I' The Two Ships. I I Al ; I Htallil 11) the cross 011 the lout moulltaln'R crest , 1 LOOking over the IIltlmatc sra , : III the gloom or the mountain a Rltl" tics at rest , Anti one sails away from the lea : 1 one spreads 'whlte WhllrH Oil a far.n'achhllC track , With 11IllIlallt1111 Rhl'l l10wllllr ( n' , ' : Onll hltlcR III thc shadow with sails laid allacl- 'I'he ship that is waltlllir fur use I Itut lot in the .IIHlalll' Ih" 1'11I1I.IH hn'ak away , 'rhe Gatc'H glowing IlOrtalH I see : And I ilave frolll tlte outgoing ship In the hay Thin song uf ( lie sailors lu ! lll' " , Sf Ilhllll ( uf the 111111111011'1 footprints that lore The com fort o'cr dark Galilee : . And I walt for thin signal 11I1r0 to the slier . ' 1'01111 : suit that IR waiting fur IIlc--lIrd " "rlc. Married. As we go to press wc learn of I thc marriage of Mr. B. C. Swisc- : good and Miss Grace McGinnis , near Dawson , thc happy event occuring- Wed tiesday afternoon ; at Falls City a...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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