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L r t November 4 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' - '
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, Cornelia Thomas Hall.
The funeral of l\1rs. : John Hall
, .uI/ . whose death was reported in
these columns last week was held
from the Episcopal church in this
city on Tuesday afternoon at two
o'clock. l\1rs. Hall was the sec-
end daughter of the late Judge
and Mrs. E. \V. Thomas and was
born in Brownville , Nebraska in
the year 1870 , where she lived
with her parents until their removal -
" mo\'al to Falls City in the year
" 1877. She was educated in
( ' , Bro vncll Hall , Omaha , Neb. . and
at the COQk County normal at
, , 'EnglewoodIIl. She taught school
at LaGrange , Ill. , for several
years , going from there to Cleve-
land , Ohio where she taught in
the schools. Thence she
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. went to Buffalo , N. Y. where she
had charge of the kindergarten
department of a fashionable
\ young ladies seminary. While in
. the last named city she met Dr.
John Hall to whom she was mar '
ried < in Falls City in the year ; 1898.
With her husband she lived in
Grcely Col. , for two years after
which time Dr. Hall accepted a
position 'as member of the faculty
of Columbia university in New
York City , at this place : Mrs.
Hall died. The immediate cause
of her death was an operation
for appendicitis. Mrs. Hall , or
" _ Cornelia as her many friends love
' to remember her was one of the
most cultured and lovable ladies
that Falls City has ever claimed.
Her death was a great shock to
'I the entire community.
. The Tribune extends to thc
husband , mother , brothers and
I. sisters the sincere sympathy of
all our people in this their hour
. of grief and desolation.
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I W. C. O'Malley.
I . 'r' " ' At his home in Lincoln last
; : Thursday W. C. O'Mallev died
I after an illness of more than a
year. Mr. O'z.'Ialley ' has been
visiting in this city in the inter-
est of the Insurance Company
which he represented for so many
years hat he has always seemed
like a resident. About two years
ago he was taken ill with a kid
' ney trouble from which he never
entirely recovered. When he was
last in ' Falls City' he was a mere
shadow of his former self and it
was apparent to hiS many friends
I . that his demise would not be long
1 , . delayed.
By his genial personality he
. had made and held many friends
who will regret to learn of his
death. During his long illness
he continued cheerful and hope-
ful , maintaining a determined
fight against the grim destroyer ,
. and when the end came he died
as he liyed-like a man.
One ' CITY MEAT MARKET
Is opened up for business again at the old
stand and will always keep on hand the
choicest of . , . , . .
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FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Poultry anti Fish
We will pay the highest market price for all
kinds of Live Stock , and Hides. Call and see
us when in need of anything in our line.
Mrs. Margaret Casey.
Mrs. Margaret Casey died at
her home on South Harlan street
last Thursday afternoon at the
age of 78 years. Her death was
was due to the dreaded disease
consumption and for the past two
months had been confined to her
bed. She leaves to mourn her
loss one son , John Casey of this
city , and two sisters , , Mrs. Mc
Carthy of this city and : Mrs.
O'Brien of Iowa also a grand-
daughter , Miss Anna Murphy
who made her home with the de-
Mrs. Margaret : Casey was a
noble woman and was a faithful
member of St. Francis Catholic
church from which place the
funeral services were conducted
Saturday morning and the remains -
mains laid to rest in the Catholic -
lic cemetery east of town.
Father Bex Naturalized.
Rc\ Henry Bex , preist of the
local Catholic church was naturalized -
urai zed Tuesday before Judge
Kelligar , Taking out his second
papers and thereby becoming a
citizen of the United States.
Father Bex iR a native of Holland -
land and has been a resident of
this country for twenty years and
by becoming a citizen of the
United States he renounces aU
allegiance to Queen Wilhelmina
of Holland and also forfeits a
pension to which he was entitled
from his native country.
A Remarkable Vegtable.
Fred Rodewald hag a white
radish on exhibition in Chas.Wil-
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son's window that is the most remarkable -
markable ' specimen of its kind
the reporter has ever seen. It is
l ( ) inches long , 266 inches in
circumference and weighs ten
pounds. The seed from which it
was raised was purchased of Mr.
Wilson last spring.
The republican candidates have
held large and enthusiastic meet-
ings the past week in Porter ,
Speiser , Rulo. Verdon , Frank 1in ,
Bat ada and Arago. In each instance -
stance the halls have been filled
to capacity anc1 the crowds attentive -
tentive and earnest. This is it
republican year and these meet-
ings are assisting greatly in the
education of the voter with re-
gare to the new revenue law.
At the M. E. parsonage in
Falls City , November 2 at noon.
Mr. Melville G. Perkins and Miss
AHa A. Wil1ialt both of Kenne-
wick , Washington. M"s. Ellen J.
Williams of Kennew'idk , mother of
the bride and Mr. Claude Perkins
of Buckncr , Mo. , brother of the
groom were ; . . pres nt. ' Rev \V. T.
Cline Ph. D. , pastor of the M.E.
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins left for
their future home Wednesday
afternoon at Independence Mo.
On Monday afternoon , between
Falls City and Straussville , two
overcoats , one da > ik grey with :
silver hanger on back of collar ,
with the name "L. A. Kinsey"
on it and one small blue ' blackover-
coat. Finder please return to
Lyford's store. '
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Since Her Old Sweetheart '
You'd look jest ez blue ez I do ,
If you'd got it same cz mc ;
For I'm in thc dUrJlll : st pickle
'rhat cry man could bc.
Got a gal I think a heap of ;
Yes , I love her that's a fac'-
nut I'm discombobulated since
Her ole sweetheart kern back.
Hc's been here jest crbout a month ,
Drest up in 'ncw store does ; i
An' he's always out a walkin' with her
EvcrywhelOc she goes : '
I aint egzackly jclus , but ,
I'll tell you what's a fac'- . .
'rhiugs arc lookin' mighty gloomy ,
Since her ole sweetheart kern back :
This here playin' second fiddcl '
Aint what it's sed to bc ;
At least I know jest bloomin' well , .
It isn't suitin' me. I
I don't know what shc's done tome ,
Aint egzackly got the sack ; " i
nut I havn't got a stand in ,
Since her ole sweetheart kC1t1.back. I
Rural Telephone Officers.
At the request of some , of our
subscribers we publish below it
list of officers of some of the rur-
al telephone systems in thecoullty.
Dawson-J. G. Heim , Pres. ; C.
F. Heim , secretary. Address ,
Speiser-Joe PattersonPresjO. ;
E. Zook , secretary. Address
Porter-Fred Hummel , Pres. j
A. C. Cornelius , secretary. Ad- '
dress , Humboldt.
Salem Grush , Pres. ; M. ,
L. Dowell , secretary. Address ,
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