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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

. -I : HfR BLOOD TOO THIN _ GENERAL DEBILITY RESULTS FROM t , IMPOVERISHED BLOOD. I The Remedy 'I'hnt 1IInlu1" Now Dloocl UUIII"hl'1 ! ' \ \ 'cuknclIIt'ntlnchcl'J. ' . in- I digestion nlltl Nervous .l't'oublcl' ' r i. Hundreds of wOlllen suffer from hem1I I I . I : aches , dizziness , restlesSllC1m : , ulIguor ] I\1Hl timidity. ii'ow realize that their - misery all comes front the bad state of their blo'od. They take one thing for their head , another for their stollll\ch , . .l 1\ third for their nerves , and yet ; an Iho ! while it is simply their poor blood ( that , ( is the cause of their , iisco11tfort. If ono sure rellledy for 1II111ting good , rich blood were used every one of their distressing aillllenis would disappear , aR they did in thp case of Mrs Ella F. _ Stone . ; who had been ailing for years ; mal 1-- - \\'ns cOlllpletoly run down before she realized - ? dizod tlw nature of her trouhlo. ( Hli'or several years , " F.uid Mrs Stone , i I I "I suffered fl'OIll general ...

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 — 17 February 1905

4 r. ; I .J . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - : III I Farmers Insitute . Held at Salem , Nebraska. - - , p Salem , l.'eim. 13-1\0 l ails City ' Tribune : . --'rl Salem l art11ers institute met in the opera house here ) 'cstcr < 1ay. Notwithstand- , l1g the fact that one of the worst J blizzards of the winter prevails , t" \ both during the afternoon , and : the evening session thc attendance - ancc was good and the : meeting s was a success in every way. Mr I C. 11. Hinman of thc State experiment - I . . . . U11cnt station in a very entertaining - ing' way discussed " 'I\hc Dairy ow anu t her Management ; The t hand Separator ; 'rhc Management - mcnt of alfalfa to make a good staid and to retain thc same. The superior value of alfalfa as a feed product over all other known to science as a ballanccd ration , for thc Dairy cow and beef steer and the pig and as a _ fertilizer of thin or worn out ( ) i1. In thc discussion of this subject the fact was developed that al- falfa hay has ...

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 — 17 February 1905

i' ' - . . It , . , n' I 'f ' -/L I J rct c ¶ A TAIl 0r iii CUBAN W ( . 1 . , , . . . , . . f t . l' . . Copyright lSDi by F. 'l'CJIIYSOJNeeJ ) ' Copyright 1S9D by Street and Smith. ! . . CHAPTER XVII.-Coltinuec. No ono Is hurt , but each man draw , n long" breath , us -If comprehending that the lJullle Is now on , and that It will not cease until much destruction t has been wrought. So Jack scrambles to his knees and i f has his arm out of the window almost l i _ " , immediately. That hand holds a , weapon , and one he Imows well how ( ( to IUunlpula I I The guerrillas present as fair a tar get as anyone could wish , seen In the L :1- : light of the fires. Jaclt 'l'ra\'ern ; has . . -t- : hud many opportunities for becoming un expert shot. If ho were dealing with wild beasts ; of the chaparral he would have 110 iI : more thought of mercy than he feels . toward these lawless outcasts whose 1 hands are raised against both sides r : and whose daily calendar is marked br terrible (100(...

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 — 17 February 1905

: Po - _ " „ ' _ CIIANGHS NI' IWSHHVH. .l'herc has heen quitc a cl1ang'c at Reserve since the resigilatioll ' 1' of 1\1. S. Watson as postmastcr. \\111 \ \ Miss Moore , the new postmastcr , i h ( will OCCUP\ ' part of what is now ails the PU8t-oniCC and maintain the : bl office in its present location until - , . . : b ( some time in the early summer , , ' , t11 ; when in all probability a build- lat ing' will be secured by her for a I\\ : ' residence and postomce. Until C she becomes familiar with the ' its duties of thc onice , ? -oIl' 1Villard 'il1 ' will he her deputy , after which Lc she will takecompletecharg'e ill : , her mother as assistant , MI' . Wil- 'I1t ' lard retiring . 'l'hos who know ittl I . . . st time clrcumstanccs in assumning bl ( ' charge of a postnOkc. will readily , 1t sec the wisdom of Making one hl who is so t'l.orcJug-hh' familiar rf with the department rules \ as Mr. 1m1 Willard , her temporary deputy , f for perhaps H week or ten days. It 1lissloon. . : ...

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 — 17 February 1905

- - - - - - . . . . = = . _ _ _ . _ . - - , . _ _ . . . ' ; " 1 , . 1.'Ii" 'T' . - - ' - 0 J. " \ The American Ankle. 1 Our transatlantic cousins have cor- r. ; ; ; , - talnly cultivated to perfection ) ) the - art of looking dainty as they cross { the stroet. Somehow they always can 't . : Irlvo to look attractive while engaged ( , in this usuallY unbecoming nctlon- "f' LandauYorlll. . , . 1i . , . y t. t ' Eye Strain In Children. . . . Ir ono rcml'mucrs the fact that not more than 10 per ' cent of all persons have normal eyes and takes into consideration . shlorntlon the 'sensltlvo organism of thc growing child It Is not dlmcult to bollovo that many children suffer from eye strnln. Millinery Trade Not Popular. 'Whllo women are hl\'adlng nearly F. all of the employments heretofore . . . , . , _ belonging to men , milliners , both . . . ) ! : ' , . here and abroad , report a growing difficulty In finding girls willing to devote themselves to the art of making ing hats. . London Poli...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

- . c..don. 9 g. A. nritlain of SL Joseph ar- " rival in town 'Pucsday to assis t if. . . in starting thc Farmc"n ; ; and : \Icr - ' d chants bank 1 of Vcrdon \vlniclt : 1P ' opcncd Its doors for business :1 : \Iortlay. J. A. Heinzclman and his cots t I sin , \Vm. Kelly left \Vchtcsday . for Omaha where they will at- 1. L' tend a meeting o'f the millers ; of kilt ( the state. : h ( 1\lrs. I'crclt I ! ; Scott and Gracc 111 Saylor camc lip from ) . ' ; tls ) ! : City ' . 11 1 and attended thc dance at thc ; ' ' I Hall opera house 'I'ucslay even lJ ; 1 Ii I I Nellie Weaver cants up from ltd St Joe 'L'lIesdaj' la1 ) Arthur Sal Inway came lip from J" " Texas to visit his g-ralldnlOthel' ; , C . 1\Irs. Gibson. : hI ! Ueo. Abbott and wii'l' of Falls ; City and 1.\ Abbott and wife of tic Omaha visited thl'Vedctte fauni1v Jt \Irs. Margaret Foutch is still very low tt1 .1. B I ; , Simpson rccp'pd a timed S > E for 512 from the National IJelle- 'h \'olcnt society of Kansas City , I a which ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 February 1905

II I 4 tI I . ; _ - . f _ " NEW MACHINE A WONDER. Anatomical Researchm Can Now Bc ' Brought to Perfection. An epidiascope , a itow-fangled scien- , title apparatus , has just been proseut- . } ( ei to Brown university , and It has become como the especial charge of Prof. Albert D. Mead , the authority on College - lege hill on matters pertaining to the $ researches of the anatomical labortt- i - tory. r Prof , Mead Is also known far tend } \ wide by goveriiment exlerls ) as the II 1I1 w11o has found out much 1 that is i new about the propagation of lobsters - sters and clangs and other shell fish from shallow and deep sea waters. t "I first saw the machine at Jena , " . . _ . _ .4./ " .4.f. f. , m ! . t , - . . - lr ' . 1' . f , 1 , r . . . . . . . , says 1Jrof. : Mead , "and there is not another . other in the country as large and as magnifying as this one. It has great power , and it is the finest thing in the world. "It is really marvelous how ( the col- ors are shown on the canv...

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 — 17 February 1905

. . . I ( . t I If I . , f t ' I' , F - ' . . \ . J . ' j I ; + II ; ANN 0 U NeE MEN Ti' ' Jf ' FOR THE YEAR 1905 1 I tl _ - - _ _ , _ _ _ . = = . . . " . ' " . Q'QT7 1. _ . _ . . _ _ _ . ' " .t I l I , U i it , i Il , ht til i 51 'lt a t bli fC Er ti f ; nl is tc ) II I I I - , . , ' . - _ . . " " " ' - . . . . . . . . . _ . . - . _ . - _ . - . . attings better than ever. The Spring line now cOining in and i at prices always the lo\vest. We have just received 1,000 yards of f Japanese rlattings that we will sell as a leader at 25c per . yard. This grade always brings 35c in other stores. You viII do veil to anticipate I : your needs. The war has shortened the supply and when this is gone we cannot duplicate. I : We will carry a fuller line of Carpets this spring than usual. Keep this in nlind. We are in a situation to save you l11oney. All Cart pets sewed on our own l11achines. \Ve can give you an Ingrain Carpet I ; sewed in 20 minutes after order. This is a great benefit to farmer...

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 — 24 February 1905

. . . . - - . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . , . . maw .r. . . . . . , . - . . . . . - . . . . . . . . e . .a + .o. . . . . . . . . . .e. . nm 'R . -w. . + r .w. . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . - - . . . . - . . . . . . . - , . . . . . . . . . .ww..r..rwa. . . . .r..a. . r . . . . . . . . ye 'X " ' = , . . . ( , " - ' \'I\iv , . , . " f - " ( ' I ; . L " n J . . . . . . , . " . ' , : " ri'knn. d f II " Vol. II. No. S - FALLS - CITY , ; ilJR \SK\-I ; \ FRIDAY ; , - FEBRUARY - - :1 : , 1905. _ Whole No. 60 ' Forgery. I' A man about five feet seven I inches in heiglt , smooth face ailcl t . . 4 - dark complexioned walked into - ' thc first National bank of this may- city last week and presented a bill of - - have j lading purporting \ i been signed by F.V. . Vancc thc , Mo. PLC. , agent at cn'cKas. " -t- . for a shipment of 62500 pounds " whcat. Hc gave his name as L. . . 1i , ' C. Smith , and Grew a sight draft " for SOO on thc Hay & Grain Co. , of Omaha for...

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 — 24 February 1905

, . . , . F - - - I . LEGISLATURE 11 of NEBRASKA It , ; 9 : : A Synopsis of Proceedings of the Twenty Ninth GeOti elfh eral Session t h I - - - - - - - - - - - - tl SmNA'I' : - -Lioutenant Governor L McGilton called the senate to ardor on ) " the llth : with only seventeen members C ) III'eHent , just enough to transact husl- 'i1 ' ; ness The stan cling committee report- ed back S. It' . 59 ! ) , the apportlonumcnt tt ; bill hy GIllin of Dawson , for general t : ( tile. The bill waR generously aU1 ndell. 'Ii' ' H. [ n 77 , providing for the collection of vital statistics , was passed. S. I. ' . n l 112 , hy Good of NOll1aha , provIding , j that there shall ho appointed four . ' hank examiners at a salary of $ IfiUO it II year , Instead of $1,800 ; that I\ fee of I $2fi shall he dlllrgcd for the examin- icl allen of a hank with a exumln-I between $2fiOOO and fiOOOO was untended moot recommended for ! rocoJ11 \ pas- )1 liage S. F. 78 , hy Lavel'ty , providing fC for the tllltlllJ of f...

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 — 24 February 1905

. ' . ' . " . " , ' . . . , " - - J F . c. . I' I'f' \ , - " /-f' + LESSON VII.-FE BRUARV 12. , . GOLDEN TE\'I'.T'he ! same works ) that I (0 ) , bear will ICSS oC nc , that the , Father nth sent mc.-John 5 j\ : : : G. 1. Jesus Continues Ills Journey to IHI I : Galllee.-Vs. 43.4 G. I The \esslah.-1'he Witness of Ills Past Miracles of l\CI'C\ f The Nobleman.-A Foundation for Faith. The narrative now returns to v. 3 , . > where Jesus set out on his journey from Judea for Galilee The journey - had been interrupted hy his work at Sychar , in Samaria , where he spent "two dn 's" ( v. 43) ) aL the urgent reo q. - 'J-- quest of the people. Continuing ; his - J ' - journey he "went into Galilee , " and entered . . - tered , upon his great ; Galilean ministry , 1- S which lasted the larger part of two , years. \ Why Jesus Went lo Galilee for Ills ; x Long Worlc.-1'ho first reason Is , I given in vs. 1.3 ; the opposition of the Jewish leaders in Judea. They were ' % \ , less open to the go...

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 — 24 February 1905

' " . " 1 V . . . . . . . : . At - - - - - . - - - - - - - - - ' F ( . , ' . . . ' , . , , _ ' . . . , . _ . ( t.r : " : ( ANftft . M . . - - - ' - R1 _ _ . c-l ! ' \ > i \ ; ANNOUNCEMEN1-111 ( f.h ; F 0 R THE YEAR 1905 . j . bb I. . . . . - - - - _ _ _ _ _ , . . _ _ _ _ _ " , . . . . .lIIor'I7- = -.l. . _ . = = = rrl 1 t& iLl + t1 t1a C iI lI c ( It but 'sl ' I a Ici rIul ul ' fe li tt f tcba ba h' h'br br Ill . _ _ ' ' ' ' 'Y. - - _ . . . . . _ _ - . - . - --c-.a..r. . . ' = . . . . < & .a " " " ' " . . _ . . . ; Mattings better than ever. The Spring line now coming in and , . at prices always the lowest. We have just received t ,000 yards of I Japanese iiattings that \ve will sell as a leader at 25c per yard. This i d grade always brings 35c in other stores. VOlt will do well to anticipaf i your needs. The war has shortened the supply and when this is gone I \ve cannot duplicate. i We will carry a fuller line of Carpets this spring than usual. Keel this in mind. \Ie...

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 — 3 March 1905

R . \ , ' . ' I ; / I A/I e thr c4a11' Itifji ribun , . _ ' " - .1 . k ' - Vol. l 1I. NO.9' . . FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MARCH 3 , 1905. Whole No. 61 ; . \ Died. The following taken from thc St. Joseph Gazette of last Satur- t day will bc of interest to thc many friends In this city of thc young lady mcn tioncd. She was the laughter of J . II. Harris who ; ' , . - , formerly concluded a sccond- t r- and store in this ci t1'hc " tl'ribune joins with thc many tFr friends oJ the family in extending , ! - , . - heartfelt sympathy. Miss Dora Harris lied at three . . I o'clock this morning at thc home I of her sister , Mrs. George Barrel _ 526 East Missouri avcnuc. She ' r had been in ill health for several I , years and last Monday she sub- p mitted to an operation from which she never rccO\'cred She t I was twcnty-four years of age and I t had lived for a nUlllbcr of years " at Bellvi1l , Kan. Her former . ? . i . home was in St. Joseph , She is . . survived by her parents two s...

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 March 1905

" - COULDN'T LIFT TEN POUNDS. - Doan's Kidney Pills Drought Strength [ and Health to the Sufferer , Ma. king Him Feel Twenty ' five Years Youngcr. J. I3 , Carton , farmer and lumher- . . man , of Del1pe , N C. , says : "I : suffered for / ; . ' . years with my 1i 1 i Imclt. It was l 0 no bad UIII I 1 coulll not wllllt any d distance i 4 i" nor even ride in " ' ( / easy buggy 1 do ( not belleI could I h \ tvo raised ten J. I4 l'onTON II of 11 0 II n ( S 0 weight from the ground , the pnln was so IJcvore This was my condition when I began using Doan'f Kidney Pilla. They Clulcltly relieved 1110 and \ now I nm never troubled as I was Ny back If strung and I can wall or ride n long Illotance and feel just as 6tJ'Onas / : I did twenty.fIve years ago. I thlnl < 80 much of Doan's Kidney I Pills that 1 have given a supply of the remedy to some of my neighbors and ihcy have line Collllll good r 5i1lt6. H you can Rift anything from this ram ' hung note that will bo of any service to you , 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 — 3 March 1905

! " , E . . . . _ _ _ . . , . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . - . - , . . . . . . . - , - - . . . . . f . . . . . . r . - - . . . . " - _ . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . - - . _ . . . - : - . . I t 41lt.f.Jv ? : ! > ; ' ; . : 't ! t ti'4 ? / ; , . . . : ' , : ' 'f-i' ; : "f ( J.t } ; i r : ' . ' ; rf. ft"1' ! . 'L-P' ' ; : : ' : ; 'J i ! ; r. . . , / \s \ ' , "fJ J J. " J56Lf. _ . Tm"-J' : " = " " ' " < 2:7,2 ; : . " ; mg" " ' " " " = ' Ir ! > & - " , ' i1 = ; , ,11 " ' . ' ENT : _ _ _ _ " I ) , , \ , Il FOR THE r EAR 1905 : . J I _ _ _ trd , $ vo : " n' r ufi F 1ZI uti.t1 ! . ' . _ _ s Mattings better than ever. The Spring line nov coming in and f r' ; . A , I i\ at prices always the lovest.Ve have just received ,000 i yards of ; i : f Japanese rIattings that \ve will sell as a leader at 25c per yard. This I : 1 4j 7' " grade always brings 35c in other stores. You will do well to anticipate : your needs. The war has shortened the supply and when this is gone 1 .r : = eve cannot...

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 March 1905

. TAKE OFFENSIVE GENERAL KUROPATKIN REPORTG ON MOVEMENTS. - . A SEVERE FIGHT IS REPORTED , J. Japanese Occupy Coveted Position at Its CloGe.-lt Is , However , Said that They Did This With Loss of Many & : Men. - ST. pg'I'lmSUUIlG-Genel'lll Kuro- pntldn hila ( telegraphed to the emperor ' lloror , under date of February 2ii , as fo1l0WR : "At 5 o'cloclt this morning the enemy . ' ' , Exact emy occupied 'I'slnlchotchen I ' of ' ! ' ' losses have reports our yesterday's ! : ! II I I not 1et been received. 'I'hern arc twelve oll\cerfl \ uIII : about :100 : men wounded In hlspltal at SanhlllYu. The percentages of killed \ Is very large. 'rho commander of the cletachmont reports ' ports acts of hmveJ' ) hy many detached . cd bodies ( of troop ! ! . " General KUl'Oplltldn Instances many caROS of close fighting IUIIl bayonet charcr. ! , and concludc : : " 'I'hlmorn : - Ing n battalion of the enemy advanced In the direction of Pnllin pass , six miles southwest of San Lunyu , and this ! :...

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 March 1905

i Local and Personal. lIe ordered III' a IlIlIch- Like Kelly dId , I Alllt tool a Roman \llIlIch- , LIke Kelly did , Thmt ordered tip the wine And emptied bottles 111111' . i , Then walled perfect 11 lIe- Like IIellhedlll. -llastll"r a Trltll'.c. 1\lary Sullivan left on Sunday for St. Joe. tl'o Mayor Holt-Gct out thc mud drag. 1\1' . White returned Tuesday from Auburn. Fred Cleveland jr returned to Salem on 1\tcsday. )7' 1\1' and Mns. Frank Stohr went to St. Joe Tuesday morning : Miss Noah is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. F. Noah in this city. - Elsie Goldncr spent Sunday with her parents in this ciiy. Chas. Davis has been quite ill this week with cold and riP. i Dave Hurt and family will soon bc located on thc Maddox farm. Dr. R.P.Robertsdentist over Kings Pharlnacy. Mrs. 1\1art7. has been on thc sick list for thc past two wccks. Elizabeth Sanford was a B. & : 1\1. passenger for St. Joe Sunday. Edna McPherson is just recovering - , cring- from a very severe i11n's5. Gus Neit7.el m...

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 March 1905

- ' BEAUTIFUL [ WOMEN [ HOW THEY MAINTAIN THE OHAllLIfJ or 'HEIH six , Titer Jrnlorlnn that Altnoh.1 III time Care ur th . IIIIIIId If OliO " 'nlll. . IIrlJhll'Yt./t : nll.1 11 CI.nr CIIIIIJlluxlllll Every sensible \\"oU1/1I1I1/1tuml1y / / wisheR ' . , toaplxarutt 1 . ractiVC. Silo known the vllIIIO of bright eyes , dllllclito cOlllploxion / lively Hpll'its. She Icno\\'A also that goad helium Iii at . the t basis of her charms , nlld that good blood i/J the source of good hel\1th. bliss l\umhJ Conway has n complexloll which iH the mlllliration of nil who Iwow 1101' Asked iC she could mnko mnkolilY / suggestions ' JtelltiOIlH that would ho helpful to others loss fortunate , she Imid : liMy COlllllloxiou would not have pleased you : , if you had Reell it two years IIgo. It was thou shout 1\1'1 hlll : 1\1'1 it could bo , and it gnvo 1110 n great deal of IHHI iHfuetioll. If yon ; want 1\ good cOIllpluxion you must tl\lto care of your health . , especially of the condition of your blood....

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 March 1905

\ ' \ 4 - Twice Told Tales t FA'rH. 'I'he sky Is cl\IIlclI. the rocks ! arc hare ! 'l'he spray of the tempest Is white III air : 'l'he wlllll arc out with the waves al pia ) ' . Aud I shall ! not tempt the fica lolla ) ' . The trail Is lIarrow.lltc woolll is ! dim 'i'he panther clings ! 10 the archlulf iamb ; And the 1I01l'fI wltchls arc abroad al play ! Allli I shall not jolll III the chase today , " 1:111 lito f-allc,1 ' ' lhe . ship - safely over sea And the Mutters came from the chase III glee : Allli the tOWII thai was bullth'll upon ) a rock Was swallowed UI III the earth1tualw "ltoc1 -Bret Harte. Miss Lois Spencer returned from Falls City Sunday to resume her school work west of the city. HUJnbOjdt Enterprise. - - _ y t1' L. Davies went to Falls City i Monday called there by the sick- ness of his brother. He will re- turn in a few days.-Auburn Re- - publican. -p The "bucket shop" is a thing of the past , the manager closing it Saturday. \Ye don't what the trouble was , but it...

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 — 3 March 1905

" . 1\111110" " \'f'JCnlt'N. . Whn ! the Eclitor read 10,000 plants for J6c , he could 11I\J'ClIy believe ) it , but upon "ceond renclill find ! ! that thc John A. Haller t Seed ( . 'o. , La ( ' 1"088e , 1Via. , than whom there ate no more reliable and ex tCllllive Heed growers in the world IIIlIked i ' ) 12.rIj ; ! : this offer which is made to get you to test Sulzer'lI \\'nrrnntell Vcgc'tnhlc ccdH. 'I'hcy will send you their hig plant nllli aced catalog , together wIth enough decd ! t.o grow 1,000 fine , solid C'ahhngcA , 2,000 rich , juicy 'l'urnipH , 2,000 hlllllehillH , nutty Celery , 2,000 rich , buttery ' } Lettuce , ,000 pplcnd Onions , ,000 rare } IUHCioUH HlldiHIHR , 1,000 glorlOufly brillinnt FlowerR , ALL FOR BUT 160 I'os'r.1or , ) roviding you will return this notice , and If you will ! i end them 20c in postage , they will nclll to the above 11. packdge of fa. mows Berliner Cauliflower. (1V. L ( N. U. ] After a man has hall a spell 01' the blues ho takes on the lIIanne...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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