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. , June 17 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE j
Itrl Education a l De artm e
. Conducted by County Superintendent Crocker
t , C. H. 'Viltse returned home last
, week from an extended trip along
the Pacific coast. He is delighted
ed with his trip and feels that
his time and money were well
spent , but after all he saw noth-
J . jug . to beat Richardson county.
Iva Lowe , who has just recent-
1 t ly completed her work a1 ! special
teacher of Latin and Literature
in the Ponca high school has returned -
turned to Falls City to spend the
summer. She expects to teach
in Richardson county during the
' coming , year.
' ' The Falls City board of educa-
tion held a special meeting Mon-
day e\'ening. It now seems cer-
, tain..that Miss Bridges will re-
main with the Falls City schools
for at least another year , the
board granted . her an increase in
I Clara Gagnon who taught the
primary department in the Ver-
don , schools last - year was elected
to teach in the Falls City schools
during the ensuing year.
At a previous meeting , the following -
lowing tuition rates were estab-
lished$12 for the first four grades
815 for the second four grades
) , . and $18 for the high school , pay-
able quarterly : in advance .
To encourage attendance and
create a friendly rivalry among
the schools in tins respect , the
county superintendent gives a
prize of three library books each
month to the school having the
highest percent of attendance ,
two for the second , one tor the
third. Following are the win-
ners for April.
1st-Katie E. Hudson , teacher
Dist. 13 100 per cent. _
2nd-Myrtle Robinson , teacher
Dist 5 91 2-13 per cent.
3rd-Nellie Dunn , teacher Dist.
SO 87 9-13 per cent.
1st-W. W. Funk , taacher in
Dist. 32 high school 96.1 per cent
2nd-Agnes Moran. teacher in
Dist 37 room V 93 plus per cent.
. . 3rd- lara Gagnon , teacher in
Dist. 32 primary 92 7-9 per cent.
All prizes not yet received may
be secured by the teachers during
institute. This will save postage
Prof. Authur McMurry' arrived
, . - ; " in the city Saturday evening for
a short stay with his wife and son
who are visiting at the home of
O. A. Cooper and family. He is
still connected with the OttSclmeol
r of Expression , and on Sunday
. afternoon left for Beaver City ,
where he is assisting this week in
i .n s tit i ute work.-Humboldt
. t Teachers at the State Normal.
The registrar writes in part as
follows : "In the order of county
representation for the , year either
with or without the summer
school , the following is the rank :
Nemdha , Douglas , l Richardson ;
for attendance in the summer
school alone , the counties rank as
follows : Nemaha ( Fillmore and
Richardson ) same number , and
then follow Johnson , Boone and
Gage. \Ve are proud of the recognition -
ognition Richardson county has
seen fit to give us this year and I
notice the attendance has been
equally good during the t\\O pre-
vious years. " Richardson county
ranked second in the point of attendance -
tendance last year (69 ( teachers
This year Richardson county
has only 42 teachers attending
the State Normal. Their names
Maud A. Boyd Martha Kernen
Vashti Cornell Herman Kernen
Jennie Edmonds , Ida Kernen
Edna Guinn Claire McDermet
Camma C. Han Olive Petrahek
John G. Feicht Peter B. Ruch
John Haushahn Alpha E. Roberts
Lulu M. Hoover Minnie Speece
Emery Hunt Ardie Smith
Claud Hunt Helen Smith
Anna James Mary E. Strunk
Mary Jones Edmund Velvick
Ella James Jacob Arnold
The following are now attend-
ing the summer school :
Queen R. Chism Ethel Hummel
Alice Douglas Bertha Kernen
Nellie P. Dunn Laura Klima
Nellie Gandy Clara Laughrey
Nellie Hanna lone Norton
E. Fritz Slagle Vesta Williams
Laura Pribbeno J. F. Rclf
Elizabeth 1\1. Brecht
Cherries and strawberries are
very plenty in the grove Ed
Mendenhall picked ten cases
from their patch Monday.
AHa Snyder is very sIck with .
A number of our young people
attended the Childrensday exer-
cises at the Brethren church on
Pony creek Sunday night.
Mary Warner makes weekly
trips to the Grove , she has forty
music pupils now.
C. B. and L. T. Snyder went
to Falls City uesday.
The members of the 1. O. O.
Ii' and Rebekah lodge attended
decoration services in Salem Sun-
Zelma Morrison returned Sun-
day from a weeks visit with her
grandparents at Sabctha.
Geo. Wertz was a caller in this
community Sunday .
Mrs. Ernest Wagner and child-
ren came up from Merrill Monday -
day to spend the week with
It 'S Worth a Dear of Sacrifice
and Saving to Possess Clothes Like These.
N.a1T.INn 1y '
H."i : Men's Spring Busi- .
WAM"OLD AIM _ 'ka' . . . co. . . ness S UIIS. .
cMIk . . . .
All cut in the newest
fashion and superbly
.a , tailored $7.50
Men's Stylish Spring
P $ Suits.
E ? Real $12.00 value here
R and higher elsewhere
is x - ' ; 'l'hcy go at $ 10.Q0
. 1 F 1w n y Men's Better Spring
t1 ; . '
' Splendidly lined and
exceptionally well tail-
'b _ f : orerl. Our price $12.50
' , r Men's Very Swell
; tc ; Suits.
, ,3 , ' : - Worth $3.00 a suit
Z : t more but now you can
F r : buy them for $ 15.00 '
Men's Pa.nt .
Your choice of new
e + 4ea j ; + = patterns In stock. The
best of quality.
It is always our ambition to offer a strictly hot weather -
er suit which would baffle in price and in every detail of
construction all compl tition. Its all in the tailoring and r
finishing. They have the usual Ca11l1 Vb ampold excellence-
F. W. Clews lan d ' i
- - - .ww
Cheap Rates to St. Louis.
Tickets to St. Louis and return
via Burlington Route ,
Good fifteen days , $12.20.
Good sixty days , $13.55.
Good all summer , $16.25.
For full information about
train service and other details
see the ticket agent.
The St. Louis exposition-the
greastest show the world has ever
seen-is now complete and in harmonious -
monious operation , and it will be
a lifetime's regret if you fail to
see it. . 22-6
Ice ! Ice !
Good clean ice from Culp's lake
delivered at your door.-Culp Ice
D. S. McCarthy
CITY DRAY LINE
Special Attention to Household Moving.
Falls City - - Nebraska
( Painless Dentilltry.
I When u Chinaman want ! ! ! tc
have a tooth drawn be feels nCJ
nervous apprehension of pain , for
the excellent reason that bl )
knows his dentist will not intliC'i
aUJ. The latter simply rubs a secret
cret powder over the aching tooth
After ' about five minutes the pa
, tient sneezes and the tooth falls
out. : Many attempts have beet
I made by Europeans to get some
lof this mysterious powder , but lie
lone has yet succeeded.
I . . -
I Whal.'s Endurance.
1 A whale is able to remain under
Iwater I for an hour and a huf.- )
Longest Boa in time World.
In 1901 the great Siberian ralt.
way was thrown open to the pub-
lic. There was then in operation
a total of 1,4.H miles in : Man-
churia and 3,559 miles in Siberia ,
n. continuous Russian line fronm
Moscow to Port Arthur of 5,429
miles ; and the new trains dc luxe I ,
which will begin running this sum-
mer , will give virtually through
service from Paris to Port Arthur ,
u distance of 7,299 miles , 6,600
miles of which is over Russian
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