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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 27 January 1905

.1 . . . , 1er , - i' : _ 11 LASTING RELIEF. . . rS _ II L _ J. W. Walls , Super r ' t 1L- Intendent or Streets i 'Jr Lebanon , Ky. , t . says : < S "My nightly rest was broken , owing . ' ; - to Irregularities or the Iddneys. I 'r suffered intensely from severe pains In the small or my back and through the kidneys and was annoyed by pain- tul passages or abnormal secretions. Doctors failed to relieve me. I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills and I ext . f r perienr-ed quick ] and lasting reIlef. . . L.- Donn's Kidney Pills will prove a blessing . - t , . . Ing to all sufferers from kidney disorders ' ders who will give them a fair tria1. " ' Foster.Milburn Co. , Buffalo , N. Y. , ; proprietors. For sale by all druggists , ' , : " ' / . . " price 50 cents per box. , . : { . -t ; " : . WITH THE SAGES. : tiS , . . . - \ ' : p' ; i [ ' , . : . Dare to be true ; nothing can need a ' -1 . lie : a fault which needs It most grows I _ ' : two thereby.-Herbert. : , The charities that soothe ...

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 — 27 January 1905

i . , - . . . . . - How Is It With You ? Life must bc rather a sad old ' game after ' all. Four nun in middle life were seated in the smoking room of a Pullman the i other night. Each was stranger - er to the others. One looked up from a magazine : he was reading and said , "herc is a fellow who . says his misfortunes have been a blessing to him I can't say that and I think I have had mysharc , " "So have I , " 'said the second with a faint smilc. "And I , " added .thc third. The fourth raised his hand to his head with a gesture of weariness and looked out upon thc flying earth white with the snow and moonlight. The snow was dirty , for it was getting old , but the man made 110 re-ply. - - - Telephone. The Preston Mutual telephone compan has again tricd to secure admittance by arrangements with the local company and again has failed. How long thc citizens ! of this city will permit this fran- chisc ordinance "to remain in force to the detriment of our friends the farmers remain to b...

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 — 27 January 1905

" . . . My Colorado Bedroom. , M If c'I - - - , : , ' ' " , My ' Colorado bedroom has no lhnll to Its wall , Ita root Is In the heavens , and the heavy . . dewn that fall Sprinkle floor and lawn and carpet , paint the colors In the rose That blooms around 'my bedroom and blossoms In the snow : My Colorado bedroom hI as broad as It Is long , . .rl" ' . It was built by the Creator with foundations - "I ) ' , . - - lions deep and strong ; , V God Almighty laid the corners , spread the carpet on the floor That change as the seasons change with I everythlllg outl1ool' I My Colorado bedroom has no lock upon I Its door , : No curtains on Its I windows and no I chairs upon Its floor ; : . The smoke goes through the ceiling and I ns 1 rest tram care I'll never find a sweeter place when I get I I "over there. " ' My Colorado bedroom Is out In the open . . ' air Thert's no mortgage on Its freehold and no landlord anywhere ; . r:4f. The snow blows through the attic , but t - - the sun shines In...

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 — 27 January 1905

1,11 , 1 4 8 Local and Personal. I Bat Sowlcs Candy. Mrs. II C. Lapp is on the sick , l list. \V. S. f4cyda went to Stella on ' 1 \ ttesday. . GliS ; Ncitzel went to hulo the first uf the wcek. Mae Gossctt is visiting with friends in Hiawatha. . Mrs. Vcrna Scars is visiting with relatives in Shubert. Coal , wood and Rock l Salt at leek's feed storc. W. H. Wylie stoppcd ( at the Union House 1\1onday. Dr : A. Gaiscr , dcntist aver Richardson county hank. Ethel Mitchell spent the week with relatives in Shnbert. 11\ W. Hcrbster was a Verdon Visitor the first of thc \veek. Dr.R.P. Robel'tsdentist over Kings Phnrnulcy. Dr. J. L. Gandy of Humboldt was a business visitor here 'I ues- day. For Salc-An org-an. nearly ncw. Inquire of Miss Grace Saylor , John Tinker , wife and daughter - er came down from Omaha Sun- day. ( . ' ' is stil1mak- Coupe & 'l'hornton making - ing- special low prices on lard , ham and bacoll. icy.'l . Farmers cheap. Enquire at - ers hotel. Paul H. Weaver left Monda...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 27 January 1905

" I.- r < . . r . . - . . . . . - . . . . 1J J 1 iii jJ 1 Lr ATALE ( 'U&1N - - - - ; ; - ; 'so-- r Copyright , 1897 , by p. Tennyson Nee I CHAPTER XIV-Continued. Jack steps upon the platform of the . car adjoining that which constitutes the rear of the train. He is bent upon finding out just how matters stand , so that .should the expedition proceed , giving evidence that no suspicion of the danger ahead has entered into the calculations of the soldiers , he " may be able to carry out a bright r r- thought which has entered his head. i "I believe it can be done without a doubt , " Jack mutters , after bending down and making a hasty examination ( of the connection between the two " coaches. t- . 0- "The same thing has been accom- plished on numerous occasions. Railroad road men in your country call it ' ' ' Smith- t 'making a flying switch , says ers , almost in his car-Smithers who seems to have intuitively guessed what Jack's bright thought has been , . and indeed must have...

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 — 27 January 1905

. 1 r . . . . . . - . J " , . , . _ . . . . . . . . . . . _ = - - . . .w..u.'f , BEWARE OF RMITATIONS. i . , , of FOLEY"S , HONEY AND TAR . , . ' > 1- I I < On account of the great merit and popularity of FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR ; for Coughs , Colds , and Lung Trouble , several manufacturers are advertising . . t imitations with similar sounding names \virh the view of profiting by the favorably r \ 1 known reputation of FOLEY'S I-laNEY AND l'AR. i DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON - ( , 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. . : ' : Remember the name and insist upon having FOLEY'S HONEY AND rr \R. Do not risk your life or health by taking imitations , which cost roll the same as the genuine. FOLEY'S HONEY AND T'AR is put up in three sizes - 25c , 50C and $ 1,00. ; Prepared l'miy by FOLEY & OOQ9 92 m 94.96 Ohio St eet9 hicaga 4 Um I $ 1is. . , t . . , / SOLD tUU1 REcor ENDED BY 1 [ 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 — 27 January 1905

r t r - . . - - - - CONSTANT ACHING. ; ; Back aches all the tlmo. Spoils & your appetite , wearies the body , worries . riea the mind. Kidneys cause it all f . and "Doan's Kidney l Pills relieve and , cure it. H. B. McCarver , I - . of 201 Cherry St. , t \ Portland , are. , inSpector - specter of freight for the Trans.Con- . . . i Unental Co. , says : "I used Donn's Kid- i ney Pills for back ache and other : symptoms of kidney - ney trouble which t . had annoyed me ; for months. I think . n cold was respon- 10 v : . . _ sible for the whole trouble. It seemed ; 4 to settle in my Id neys. Doan's Kids ney Pills rooted it out. It is several months since I used them , and up to , a date there bas been no recurrence 01 the trouble. " J. - Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all . dealers. Price 60 cents per box. Fos- . ter-MUburn Co. , Buffalo , N. Y. Spanish Bridal Customs. . , In Spain a bride has 110 girl attendants - ten ants to stand at the altar with her , but instead a "nmdrlna , "...

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 — 27 January 1905

- . : " - . - . . . , - . . S - - - - r . Married. : Wednesday ! ' ; Jan. 25 , PJ05 at L 11 a. m. at hc 1g. [ . Parsonage ; in Ji'alls City I\Ir. : John A. Ritchie and Miss Laura Grimm both of ' 1'urney , 1\10. , were united In marriage hy Hc\ \V. ' 1' \ Clinc , 1 Ph. D. 'l'hc contracting partie s arc well and favorably known in 'l'ur- ncy where they have many fricnds The groom is a promin- end business man. 1\11' and Mrs. Ritchie will leave Wednesday afternoon for 1\10. 1\lrs.J. : l\ I Ritchie a relative ac- companicd the bridal party. - - - - - - - Married at the home of the brides parents , Mr. r and \Irs. Martin \V. l\Icycrs near Merrill , Kas. , at 9 o'clock in the evening .1dluary 25 , 1905 , Edith May Mcycrs to Elmer C. Peel As May Brim played thc wcd- ding march the bride and groom marched to the bay window which had been decorated with flowers and ferns when Hc\ ' 1' . A. isenhlse ! spoke the solemn words which made them man and wifc. After congratulations e12- gall t refre...

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 — 27 January 1905

rajlIY T . . : , 0 : ' - - . . . , Falls City Tribune . < : : i BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. t i'AI..l..S CITY - - NERASKA < ( \ . - . . . . . . . . The valued St. Paul Globe IJlS- " i"-- courses pessimistically on Christmas horrors. Nothing but neckties , match - safes ! , pen wipers and smolhlsets / in its stocking this year ? ( . . . . . That movement to eliminate the ragtime song may be worth , but it is i.- somewhat late. The world bas passed the "Dedolla" stage and is now in the deadly embrace of "Teasing. " ; . : The economical New York editor fT . who addressed n Now Year's cable to - ca-- the of . "l\Illmdo . -r-- Emperor Japan , , To. t . ' ; io , " might hnve saved four bits more it ho had cut 1\I1lmdo" down to "l\l1ke. " . . Ninety years ago the first great bat \ c--- tIe or New Orleans was - fought. Every " body will recall the fact that the sec. and great battle of New Orleans was between Sullivan and Corhett many t years Inter. . . . . . . . , - Prof. Perrine of th...

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 — 27 January 1905

, + . Dropped Dead. j F.'II. D Hunt. an old resident of near St. Deroill , in thc north ' part of this ! county dropped ( lead or heart < disease ! on \Vedncsday + afternoon lie had been in apparent - parent ( rood health until the tune of his death and } his many friends in this county will bc greatly 5hod.cd to learn of his sudden \ ICI111SC. Socially , 'rilc Misses Ilos-aclr entertained i - ed about 14 of their friends : Oli 'Ph ursday evening in honor 'of hiss Bclle's Hth birthday The 1 evening was most pleasantly spent in various games of cards I , and a three course luncheon added - ! ed to the pleasures of the evening 1 ' [ 'he guests departed at a late J hour voting their hostesses most j royal entcrtainers. 'I ' - i A Fire. \ About 11 o'clock Tuesday evening - ing the residents of this city were startled by hc t fire bill ringing. The fire was found to hc at Chas. L rec's home hut was under con- trol before i much damage was donc. A small hole in the roof was the extent ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 February 1905

- . - . . - ' - " - ' - ' - - ' - - ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 # . , . ' " t. / oJ , \ . . . . " H , ! b1 I r . " : atht jj alts at it ! ! atrihttttt. : _ _ _ - - _ - - - - - . . - . - - - - - - - - - - ' - i Vol. II. No. 5 FALLS . CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 3 , 1905. Whole No. 57 . - t- t Largest and Most Successful : ' . Farmers Institute Ever Held " " The farmers institute so long I i expected was held at thc court : . - house . In this city . Friday and Sat- urday of last wcck. 'ro speak of it as succcssful is to do scant jus- ticc to the . most succcssful insti- tutc ever held in Falls City. Dur- ing most of the sessions thc large court room was inadequate to ac- comodatc thc crowd of farmers present and an adjournmcn to thc large auditorium of the Methodist - odist church was ncccssary to 1 provide room for thc many who desired to attend thc Saturday evening mccting. Friday afternoon session was 1 - introduced with choice musical selections rendered by Ethel Ca...

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 — 3 February 1905

. - FANCIES OF FASHION THE CORRECT MODES FOR ALL OCCASIONS. . pompadour Negligee Fresh and Pretty for the Morning-Evening Waist of Mousseline de Sole-Vogues In Vel- vet Gowns-Recipes Worth Knowing : Vogues In Velvet Gowns The majority of the velvet dresseR arc made In the prlncesse style unless the waist has a boxed satin girdle comprising almost the entire hod Ice , Few have much trimming , ntlll one very handsome red velvet dinner gown was entirely plain save for the deep bertha of old rose point luce On the pale shades , .1S blue and green , pearl head embroidery Is effective , und there are llUIllIJCrlesH ways In which the gown may ho adorned with large head embroidered patterns both on skirt und waist. There seem to uo two favorite models . ols for velvet dresses , the one having the material draped across front and back , the skirt and waist In one piece , the other trimmed rather elaborately with satin nlllllo with u wide pointed satin glrdlo. Apples Stowed With Lemons. Pare ...

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 — 3 February 1905

- . . . . . . . _ _ . ' . . " " " - - - - - n. ; " : : : - One " . ' ; ; , ll"oI.m1 ; ; = anted to Know If the Grand Canyon Was Open Sun- " . " 1 dnys-"Fricd Cupids. t llul"to llolmes has been travel. . lug in the sumlllcrs and telling of I " his travels during the winters for , t a clown ! J'carM. During that time ' he has visited almost every ( 01111- : ' try on the globe , told now that he is in .New York , hc is continually . meeting friends whom he lIrst md in Japan , Alaska , Hawaii , India , ' Algeria 01' some other foreign cote it t 1'y. I Melee sometimes' ' criticism is sometimes --IY" made or the Japanese that they ha yp no religion ) , " said < Ml' - Holmes , at The Lambs } ihe f other day , " 11u t t he ) cr1t 1 i'ism i5 i ! not well . , founde They have n religion , , whkh , while simple , is sufficient s for their needs , and it has many ' , beautiful features , The religion ; is i ! known as Shinto , ' 01' "Yay of A. the t G ods. ' It is a sort of sun W01" t'hip , ...

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 — 3 February 1905

, , . " 1 I Result " " of 8 0 v cot t . . r-1 Trio only place In the United ! States that lInrallteH I'nwlloll1'1'011I strikes , lockouts and labor warfare 18 ! Battle Creek , Aiirlt. I 'I'ho story The work Iloollle , merchants - chants , lawyers , doctors tutu other citizens - zonH became ! aroused 11lId Inlllgllunt.ut the efforts > of the labor unions throughout - out the country to destroy the hUHI- neAR of OliO of our hugest h1l1ustrlt's- the l'ostulII Cereal Co. , Lt'lI I , 111111 : ut the open throats In the official \ union lIa- pens that the entire power of the Na- tlollal 111111 State Felleratloll 1 ! ! of Labor ! was bolll ; brought to hour to "II1I11IHh" the industries of Battle Creole , and I llIlltkIlJal'l Ito PostUIII Co. 'I'hlf ! sprung ; from lie refusal or C. , v. Post to obey the "onlol's" of the unions to take the PostUIII allvertlslllg away from vat ' Ious papers that refused to purchase labor of the labor trust- the 1I1110m ; 1111' lout was ordered to jlln th...

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 — 3 February 1905

1 J J t . . ' 'l I Local and Personal. I , . John Holt went to 'Salem on 'T uesday. , . - " : i"- . 'Ir. J./yford \Vcdncsday for - . "l Hum bold t , . . . May Maddox returned 'L'ucsel ay from Lincoln. :1\1rs. : Ross Jackson of Rule I spent Tuesday in this city. KerlwO' Dramatic Co. , Gchling- theatre February ) G , 7 and S. I ' Fred Keller was a B , & :1\1. : , e , \ passenger for Salem \Vcdncsday. . . . " " - - -.r. J. H Cain returned to Stella I I \Vednesday afternoon via the :1\1. : I P. - . Guy Crook rcslul1cd his studies ' - 'y.-- . thc Un ' " ' at \'crsity"l'uesday morn- , ing- :1\11' : Spauldin : registered at thc Union House thc first of thc wcck. , ! \Irs. \Ym. Griffiths came down from Verdon thc first of the - weck. F. \V. Cleveland returncd from I " a short visit in Salcm Tuesday afternoon. 1 . George Ritterhol1sc of Wooel- I wark , Ok. , is visiting his sister I , Mrs. Ed Nolte. ! J I l\lcn'1l Cole of Webster : City , f--a ! . , 're : . , is visiting his uncle W.V , ...

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 — 3 February 1905

: F _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - . LEGISLATURE of NEBRASKA _ _ _ _ - ' - - n , . . _ n A Synopsis of Proceedings of the Twenty Ninth Gent . . I era ! Session , I I SINA'I'Moclcelt ! If Lancaster won IL t'lIIporlll'Y VICtoey over the I jUIlIl'lar ( committee on the 25th In that the fle'nalo voted [ to lllaco his divorce - VOI'CO hili on general file after the 'olll1l1lUoo hnd l'ocoI11t1lcnded that It ho hllleflnilely Ilostllolled. 'rho judiciary 'ommlttco hon t , over l\1ocltOtl's proS ' test , carried IL motion to have the bill discussed ( nl onco. After all Interest- lug ! clehuto on the merits or the bill , 1\Toclwtt secured ( the passage of 0. mo- Ion t to make the hili a special order for tomorrow 8ftornoorh. S. F. S , hy Bcghtol , III'o\'lllInK ) that county surveyors - ors shall net aR County engineers . to puss on bridges ! : ILIIIl othcr public work Iiono for a counly was Im8Botl. ILS was . I S. II" :15 : . IlI'ovlcllng thaI when the Missouri - 80url river chops off a piece of No- . hr...

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 — 3 February 1905

, I i II I ' - Ohio. 1 " Ed Morgan bough some cat tic I of G. W. Peck and son Mondays . J Frank Peck spent Sunday even " jug at WI11. Rcichick's. Noah Peck gave an infair clip = . ttcr Sunday in honor of his son Elmer and wifc. About .vcnty- - , five were present and all report a , good timc. Mrs. Gco. Johnson returned home Saturday after a week visit at Bcatricc. S. H. Kniscly Sundaycd at Eph . Pecks. - " - - - , ! _ 1\1. Licht\ and wife spent Fri ' day at Mr. Knisely's. Emma Kraus and Rebecca Strauss spent Thursday night at c Chas. HarkendorfT. t " ' _ _ ( , Lottic Yodcr spent several 'I . , days at her brothers in Falls Ci ty. ' ' Ike Allison and Ed Morgan I shipped a car load of cattle Tues , _ day night. : Mrs. Anna Otto spent Friday ' - at the home of Charles Harken- dorff. r . ' - E. C. Peck and wife of Merrill _ . . spent the past week with relatives , at Falls Cit\ . . . Clay Peck who was w sick with t pneumonia is rapidly improving . . Mrs. John Yocum and laugh - . - ter ....

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 — 3 February 1905

- I - - - noui w Foreign Demand for American Apples. In II TN-ant n4dr es WJtUam A. 'fay- 1C1r of Was"blngLJu saId : "The rea- f.Ol1 for the Jncrlap demand for Aru9r1lIJ nppAs In foreign mar1-ets are r'aricxl. One of tIle most 1m. 'fCJrhwt of these Is , unquetUC1D11 My , tilE rapid grai : th . of thA large cities Jf Iyurope In 100'Ut years slid thl 1118- U'9 starrtintlriu Clf fruit culture In manl port.kir s uf Uurt auuUnr1L Det- ter tr8.Up , tlTtatJcm fr > > tfJlUs ! In this ClUWutry arse curt tlte ( rC fllJ. at lower ow-t , } ! five zw4e tJs'lllle the landing uf A-a911a Imt h.l c + er 'UJfu Is tnrupear- : seapurt.s art 3r s cost : rend in better ' wu4tUQU UUfU fb"t Phtppoo only n mwrt dl'.aLCfe froJlJ their benne Uf- 1uuils ne develupweztt of refrlger- ated sWrage Ju tl e t1nlloo States has greatly Eltendicrd ' the E."X11t1rt apple trade I by PWJum'ug ' the slIJpJrtng season until - til Australasian : ' fruit uf the new crop OlIJS fClrw811J In oousfdE.'Ts1J1e qunn- Liilaas. ...

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 — 3 February 1905

. " - , 'f . . . . . . . . - , . . . " . . . " , . . . . . . It . . , . . , : : . . . III Police. I Court. . , I . . " . , , Onlundil ( \ the police ( ll'part- , , t , . ' 1tiant halllIc1 ; a bad , pedll1l.1t fl'oll1 , 1\ulu l , it ( itH l"U-toIlHlry ; prolllpt ' , Clarcltcc Siulon'hcn , tJtlIII1Ct' : , \ \ j f" r ir , . . ' ill otle of the HilOOItH ! , : lskell ? " , " , thides ( ; ; . 'l'altg'11l'Y. \\'ho IIr I . , , . J. ' the way is a ; t lI1 t'l' boy , for the e , ; " , loa" of 11 dollar Whell , ' 1 ' ; Ingncv : " ' tottl.Sill1ol1 hc dill ! nut ha\'e it , Si- I . ; : \nll \ used ahus \ ' eInd ; ! tllreatenit ) ; . ' I , lal1g'lIag-c ; , al1d fart : ; 'Pingnry ; a t : ; : . severe lea Iitig , , al1d k.kkcd hint . . . ' . . into the strcetVhile being \ * taken I to the police , court . \ , Sill1ol1 , \ f' ' metl the'ilcst \ t kind I I of 1:111 : g'lI it ; gee o Y- _ , > , Ian SIOI1l' Btrtl't ill the prl''cl1cc ! ' of if' < ladies : \ , and \rh'.n il1 P)1i I cOllrt o : ' : \...

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 — 3 February 1905

- . . . . ' . . - - - - - ' - - - - - - - - - - . ON TIGER CREEK When Pin ) < -Eye Simpson Took Water. i "Il was awuy hucle III the ' 80s wholl they were still wOl'lcing placer dirt on 'l'lgor crick an' wolghlng out gold dust tor plllg tor'haclwl' In Grosonllocl's , store that I saw Plnl"gyo Simpr.on take water " ' said the old pr09110ctor. " 110 wlI8n't uddlclod to them potations nn' I lIolI't 1(110thut Illlyhody ever give hllll II subsequent Invite lo the HIIIIIO without qIlI1I1C 'III' for the central figgor In a corollor'a IlIquost. Still Plllk.gyo look water UIICUt. "A Coller blow In with a sloppy ' chinook . nook along one Docolllher. The boys WIIS congregated In Gl'Osonlleclt's-ln the front PUI't. lie Iwp' his bar In front nn' his store In the rear , so's tel' ketch ) ' 0111 goln 1111' comln. When the Collol' fast COIIIO III we all took him for a Ie hI. lie was all bundled up III a little IIl1fCola coat un' tad ] a fur cap IHllled down over h'lt OUl'S. I dOIl't reckon ho wa...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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