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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 March 1905

.t .ti , r ; . Twice Told Tales 1't iitce to wander back agalll alld feel tad feel the olllell thrill t 'l'hatllsed to make It jolly fUll to coast Oil Cameroll's hilt. Ilow ' slow the clock halllis moved around : how long It seellled till four ! Whell books allll slates were laid aside :11111 dally tasks were o'er. As through the schoolroom window panes we watched the sllowl1alees fall , Our thoughtsverc ou the row of sleds that waited 111 the hall. 1'0 teach tile youngsters allythllll -Oll' tried the teacher's slelll 'Vhell snow allli Ice combilled to make good coastllll 011 the hili. I'lllIlcc to wallder hack alalll and \ JollI the . . Igirls and boys Who made the best , Oil Call1eroll's hill of wlll- ter's richest JII'S Belleath lIIe I would like tll feel the pollshell runners 1(1 hie. Though wallcllll up the lull alalll were tribute for the ride. Jlhtt nut so IIIl1ch for these alone would I the years retrace , Jlllt inure to see the smllllll ( , ( bony of many a vallishe'l face....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 March 1905

r . J > lid . . ACHED IN EVERY BONE. Chicago Soclcty Woman , Who Was So Sick She Could Not Sleep or Eat , Cured by Doan's Kidney Pills Marion Knight , of 33 N. Ashland avenue , Chicago , orator of the West ' 'i. Side Wednesday Club , says : "This winter when I started to use ' DOIlIl'S Kid I\Y \ Pills I ached In every bono ; unci had lu- t'nso pains In the kidneys I and pelvic or 'i guns . The urine was tii icl I ) : ; : and ' ; ? " TVp a'r' cloudy , and I r' . ; ' 1 could barely eat cnough to } I "c. I Celt a change for the better within 11 wcelt 1'ho second week I began . . gan eating hearUl ' . I began tu improve I generally , and before seven wecles hlll passed I was woll. I had spent hun dreds or dollars for medicine that did not help mo , but $6 worth of Doall's Kidney Pills restored me to perfect henlth. " 1 A TRIAL Fn ) E-Address Fostcr. Mlllmrn Co" , Buffalo , N. Y. For sale by nil dealers. Price , 60 cts. Not AJpcndlcitis. ! A little lad whose parent attend . the church...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 March 1905

, . .v I , : , "t . f ' " < l " 11"fT1t ( Q ULJU i gu too , Ode to the Prune. ( The Collfol"llla prune crop UII ! season 111 UOOOOUO IIOUIHls.-News lIole. ) Pllh' fI'll It , though cil'C'alel' bards refuse ' 1'0 Chllllt your Praise ; IIIUwush they SCOI'II ye , e This is I he ut'II1P of good l l1ews Ihonl Callfol"llia. Grcot poets 10 lot care 10 tune . The lyre 1 to such 1\ lowly ditty , , y And pity 'tis , 'tis tnll' ( U prune , ll// " 1'is true you're Jlllt ) . Perchance the Pruning 1 Icnlfo shollld cut 'I'httt pun Wc tnado the verse above \ thIs , I'el'hlllls. wc say It ought 10 , hilt \\'e simply ! lovc this ! The Punishment trust lit the C\'lme \ , + J\s Gllbel't lalll III " ' ! 'hellkado , " 1tit , 0 10 make It lit u thyme Of EI DUladu ! Oh. prosy 111'11110. thcY'\'e done you wrong , " ' 110 never yet hn\ ' e been so IIIIWful ' ' 1'0 chant your sweetness III a Hong , I Duh ! They were Jll'ulletul ! r , Esculent prune , wo have a hlllleh , As sure IIR WC'I'U It luckless sinne...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 March 1905

' 0 , " - . - - - - - - - . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Publishcd I , \'l'ry l i'riday + at . 1 1'A LLS r l CITY ( , NIAIRSK \ l3y 'I'RIBUNg PUBLISHING CO. lItcrcll ) as sccOJIlI-class mattcl' , Jallll- ° ary 12 , l'JO-t.al the petit ) olliceat I'a\ls \ City Nek , 1II111crthe Act of Congress ! of March J. 1R71) ONE nOLLA } 1'i'1 ; ( YlAR ' ( 'I'clephonc Xo. 22 ( , . : : - - BURKETT'S SUCCESSOR. I 'I'hc 1' c seems a general I m i s un- ( lcrstauling < as to how llurkett's \ ' : successor is to bl' dlOsell. 'I'he 1 ' " ' ' till ' ' ' ' ' g'O\'rtlor l'ttlll1nt ; 1 l'OIlg'n ' - Tonal I \ ' : tcancy hy a ppoi 11 t nJe11 t. . but is cOlllpelled hy law to call a special.elccUon for that purpose Whether hc will obey thc law's nlarllate ill this regard r\lIIain ! to bc seell. This district is Cll- titlcil to representation alld ( \ \ ' lien 1 Mr. Burkctt's terlll expires 011 : .Iarch' 1 and his resignation bc- A cOllies effective , it becomes the the duty of ( uvcruorIickey to call all ( 'lect...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 March 1905

iii ' " " - " - ' - . . - - . . f , Y , .f- 4 , - - - . . omw c' hSIiION - Chateaubriand Steak. - l There Is nothing a man appreciates more than a. good chntol1.ubrland ( . _ - - steak and It 18 something that Is seldom - dom found to perfection on the home r table. The following is un excellent recipe. Trim off fat and skin from j three pounds oC hoof , cut from the " center of fillet , and flatten with broad- - " bladed Imlfe. Sprinkle with sail , brush over with olive oil and broil for twenty minutes. 'Vlth It serve the following sauce , which is the most important part : Cook three table- spoons butler , one slice carrot , ono " slice onion , bit or bay leaf , sprig of : " , thyme , sprig or parsley , and half tea ' spoon peppercorns , until butter Is : 1)rovrned. Add four tablespoons flour , , ' . one and a half CUllS brown stock , and I ( one-half teaspoon meat extract. Bring f , : t.o boiling point , strain , add one table- Jr' , - " 5110011 ) lemon juice , two tablespoons I ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 March 1905

, - - - " " - ' . : - " _ " ' ! - " ' ' - = - The Mission \VOI1Hll1'S Clubs. The following article which wns taken from thc I utchinson - ( hts.IndClendcnt ) , is from the pen of Mrs. I Alice Wcst Colc , wife df Rev. I h. I W. Cole formerly pas- , tor of thc Christian church of Jot' this city atlll will be of interest to her many friends in this city : When the facilities for cdllca- tion were first I given to woman they came as thc first gli1\1mer \ of light in the approaching lawn of her dar of usefulness to hllmanity. She could theft nu more \ appreciate - ate the fll1nes ! : of tLc Opportunities - tics which lay ; before her , than wc , who live I in the full glow of f the light alld Iii aCt ) of thc wOllran's centllry , can realize what tits beauty of the sunset may he One thing Wl' know the question - tion of thc higher atlllO'r W01\1all \ may be regarded as I plastically settled and l settled ( in I , in her fa\'o , This l'ell1 \ ! we t'ealtze : Illeans ; nut only opportunity...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 March 1905

Y " J" i " 1 7M 7 n ; 4 1 - - wor ' 1 Et WHO CHA M ! HEALTH IS TILE FInST ESSENTIAL It nolpe Women to Win and Hold Mon'a Admiration Respect and Love W omtm 's grcn. tcs t girt s the power to { inspire n.dmiration , reSpect , and love. 1'horo is a benuty in hClLlth which is more attractive tomenJhan mere r gu' laritj' of feature , , , ' : „ _ ; hi t a it : a4 4 + " sW ; " S 'S j- : jIr- - ' . . , . . . fK ; r I .f I ! ' ' I ors Ch ar : . . . .bra ivn . . 1'0 ho n successful wife to retain the town and admiration of her hushand , 1 should he n woman's constant study. I At the first indication of ill-health , painful or irregular menstruation , headache or bacltachc ; sccure Lydia E. t' ' Pinleham's : Vegetable Compound , and 1. begin its UMC. Mrs Clms , F. Drown , Vice-President Mothers' Club , 21 Cedar ' 'errace , llot _ Springs , Ark" , writcs : Dear Mrs. linklllun . . For Wino YtlU"S I dragged through - able oxlstonco , sutl'orin with inflammation BUll fa1lJot \ the womb , and worn...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 March 1905

- - . . - . . . , u " * ! ! t'hflll' . . ' " .t > . : . . . xeL2 r , . . " , . . , - - - . . , . . " 1 0 I , - - - - - - . . . - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - . - - - - - - - - - - " - - - - - - ! 1 Educational1Jepart11Jent Corductcd by County Supt. Crocfcr Dist. 26 gave In entertainment 1 } evening-Pchruan'17 , ' t ; . . ' ' ' 'Las't ' r : va' examination' Ll5t ( Saturday was C.l'a111111at1U11 , 1 day t here were 18 1 applications for . I crti Ilca tes. - . - - . . " Scveml country school ' last I week were closed on account of had roads ( and cold weathcr. , . _ . - - - - - Latin ! Ailknlan has resigned her school in Disl. 2R. cccntly } Miss Aiklllan becalllcIrs : , Yo- cu n. The teachers of Richardson I - - son county extenc1 cong-ratula- ti011S. " - - . . . 'I'o our highs school debaters- We should send to liroc. ' 1 ' . ? 1. Ho1 ! an. .J 111 N. 12th street f/incoln , Ncbr , and ask for a . copy ol"Lincoln Academy News" " "I \Tol.2 , No. 3. : Read ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 March 1905

\ I. . I _ . $ - . , - , . . , . . . " . " . . , . , , . . . . ' - - . . - - - " . , \ ' .t. GEORGE WASHINGTON ; BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL 2 J , , . , I ; LDlER and statesmen , rarest unison ; , ' Hlgh.polsed example of great duties done ' Simply as breathing , a worll1s honors worn , I I \s life's Indifferent gifts to all men horn ; 'r ' " ; , , ' \I" , ; ; Dumb for himself , unless It were to pall , , : : But for his barefoot soldiers eloquent , t ' I " - , j' ' " < Tramping the snow to coral where they trod , f ' . . . ; ' < : ; : Held by his awe In hollow - eyed content ; r. . Molest : , yet firm as Nature's self ; hlamed Save by the men his nobler temper shamed ; ' . II < . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t I' r 4 ; , : ' Not hobo red then or now because he wooed t Wi' rhe popular voice , but that he still withstood ; r. II. Broad.mlnded , hlgher.souled , there Is but one 'ri Who was all this and ours , and nil men's. ' -WASHINGTON. " ' * ' " * ' " * . . . * . s . j Never to...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 March 1905

' -a141'wnSAp IlrylM /M , Ha.we ' ' ' . ! -.SAC C. . . aa = - I . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I I Local and Pc."sonal. - - - - - - i\In- : ; Hosr..Jacksoll of Rule l was , ill this city \lollday. Mrs. \\111. Cade ; is suffering i _ with the grip this week. . . I" , \Irs. HaydclI Prater left Sat- I unlay for 81. .Jos ph. , I O. g. Hall I ; \ vis in Omaha thc first of the wel'k buying shoes. EphrtttnVithee of Stella silent ? HllI clar ! with Falls City fl' cllds. i I li'recl I Bailr of route four is one ll I of the 'I'ribune's new subscribcrs. I , k DOII't forget thc Revival l at hc : : i\1. 1 ! ; . Mitch every afternoon and evening. i ; . ' Quite a dele atioll front Salem I attend the revival at theI. . I . Ii ii I chl1lch. Clarence Peabody of S1. Josl'ph was the guest of Pearl Plater last Suncln\ i I Vie l\lctli' CillIlC clown front I Pawllec City the latter part ; of last week. Katie \liilligan has just recovered - covered frolll a two wcels } siege of thc grip. .Iohn Marti...

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 — 10 March 1905

- e - - _ . . ' _ . ' " " , , , . . _ _ ' , " " ' _ ' " . , _ , n _ ' , . ' ' , ' " . _ . " . " , " . . . < " . arht jj alln otity ribttnt. : ' " . _ . . . . . _ . - - . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . Vol. II. No. 10 FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRI DAY , MARCH ' 10 , 1905. \\Thole . . . No. . 62 L - - ' - - - - - _ _ - _ - - _ _ - _ - m - - - - . , . . . . Married. - Herman Kloepfel and i\Iiss Gertie Close were married at the ' , - home of the bride north of Rule Wednesday afternoon. 1'hey will go to housekeeping on the Kloep- fcl farm at once Miss Close is ' . " " one of Ft , Ha el's popular girl - ' ' and Mr. Kloepfel is a Richardson county teacher of promincl1ce. We extend congratulations. - - - - - Slot flachines Reilloved. 'l'hc religious zeal incident to the revival mcptings resulted in the removal of all slot machines Tuesday morning. The order was sweeping and all the peanut gum and cigar contrivances were also removed.Ve sti...

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 — 10 March 1905

. , . I IMPRfSSING TIlE lA\I1UR \ [ I Bv CLAUA NOA2TbN ( Copyright / IIO ! , IIv 1"lIy BLur ) 1'1111. ( "I < j NOOI vl3 I was Il rattling \ good stenographer. I IUn very stylish , with Il swell 110m. Jlldollr ] , stud tho/'o / wits not Il girl \ In the olllce that cOllld put IIIJ as fllle a display of catchy toggery. 1\ly clothes were simply stunu lug. ( I Illn not IlHhnmed of lilY walk , fund my style Is something everybody / admlt'es. I sup ' pose because everybody appreciates a real lady \ ( when they see OliO. I was the real thlllg In the olllce , and whatever . ever 1 said , went Ills Nibs admired my work / , although ho called mo down sometime ! just , of course , to show who ho WIIS. I have great individuality 'dlvldllnlily In all thlllgs and while ho Intimated many times that my spelling differs front the dictionary IUlll that the plnces I found for com man IlIIII question marIa and capital letters were / decillellly InjudIcIous , I know that ho secretly admIred my jllllg...

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 — 10 March 1905

. , I ' _ , I ; ° ' , ; V. G. Lyford's Announcement I . I - # F FOR the Spring season we are now showing a superb assortment , I of merchandise. Our efforts to supply your needs satisfactorily 'I and economically have been encouraged by your liberal patrollage Iff ' and friendly attitude. We are not lilllitillg our investment but are " ' . increasing our display in every department and improving our facilities = - ties that we may more completely meet the demands of tile families w f of Palls City and this vicinity. We seek your business from a busia ! t.- _ . ' l ness standpoint solely. Merit in our qualities ; merit in our prices ; merit in our treatment. Try us ! Weigh us ill tile balance ! DRESS GOODS t. Never has our display been so exhaustive. Every ' fabric that Dame Fashion has decreed is shown in the ( t ! popular shades and grades. You are particularly in- t , lL vited to inspect our extensive range of plain and fancy Mohair , so much wanted for early wear. . . ; 1. . WAS ...

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 — 10 March 1905

, _ _ _ _ - - _ _ _ _ _ _ - - _ _ _ d _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , -.S A NIBBLE Fy liON. "DUCK" IIiNRICIISEN ( Copyrlght. 1u ! ) $ , lIy Unity Story I'ub.Co. ) : IB 'There'as a I'c\'otlllon ! In the affairs of III' orlHJrt S\l.180n. \ For ton years 110 had taken his scat every morning In the little cage at the hank , where ho could ho found every minute of the day UII llll three o'clorlt , and during that time the extra chair which stood IJY his desk UHUlllly contained sonic one desiring to speak with the cl\shlor. At three o'cloclt ho vacated his post , took It brief walk over the selfsame route every day and reaching his boarding house an hour later repaired to his room , frolll which ho emerged as I the clock struck five , dressed In what I ho thought wan fashionable attire , and . tonic his place lit dlnnel' When once seated ho exchanged a. few comlllonlllaces with his landladY and the three male hoarders , other- wise confining his ' attention to the food before him. If the weather was ...

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 — 10 March 1905

, , _ . 1 - .w - f'.w Local and Personal. . Eat Sowles Candy. For Sale-A brown marc.-O. f P. Hcck. ' . . ) \ - A. N. Keim was a Lincoln vis- itor the first of the week , ' C. F. RCa \ 'is was in Omaha on legal business last Friday. 1 . . . 11rs. C. F. l eavis pass been quite ill for several days. Dr. A. Gaiscr , dentist over Hichardson counfy haul Mrs. Harden returneel to Vcr- , ' ' . . lon Saturday afte1'11oon. ! Sam Cono\'cr left on thc afternoon I - noon train Saturday for Id alio. By the way-arc we not to } - have a city election this spring ? j Alex I\IcGcchie of Shubcrt was in the city on business Saturday. Evan Owens of Verdon spent a portion of the week in this city. Coal , \Vood and Rock Salt at Heck's feed store. \Y. R. Smith wa in Kansas City'Tuesday with a car of cat- tle. tle.Mrs. Mrs. inda Esteb was down from Verdon 011 business 110n- (1 lay. George \Vixon of Stella was a business visitor in ! this city Fri- . : . : day. D ! ' . Robertsdentist r . ' over Kings Pharl1iH...

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 — 10 March 1905

- - - . - - . - - - - - - ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , ' . ( t 1 . f. .IJIIJ I ' - ' j ) ftJart , , \ : [ , I J / \ $ A TALE or Tilt : CUMN WAR I Li _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ fiY _ _ _ J7V _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 'r7f _ _ _ . .e1 _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ rJ _ _ _ . . . . . . , , , , Copyright 1Ili. ! ! by 1. 'I'CIIII'IIUIIccJy. ; I UII'I'lgIII isn : by Sln1 and Smllll CHAPTER XXI. A Goddess of Battle. . "ho retreat of the Spanish ) troops frolll the scene of the d ) 'lIlun\to \ wreck , Uncle over the five or clx mlloH liOlIl- ) rating them frolll the slolo ) where the Htrnllded IImlllllnltioll cal Is settled , pus been IICcollllllhdlel1 In IIn almost Incredibly short SlIICO ) of time , for the vigor of Gomez' atlllcls has kept thorn count autly Oil the jllllll. ) Jack and Smlthors have hastily forllled a lllIn ) of acUon. They arc 1'0- solved to tithe no part In the Inev- itahlo conflict thlll must 110 fought round the carriage , unless actually forced to 110 80 hy their det...

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 — 10 March 1905

F r f , : . t : ' , ' , , , . 1 . . ; , . ' , 1 1'0 , . , . . . . - . - . . - " . . . . . . . . . . -A < . . . _ _ _ . - " . - . , . . . . . - . , r' " " " , . , . , . , f4 " . r ; ate ! ; : . " . : . ! ; . Announcement _ _ r > DP" " " " " " " " ' ; # , I " , I , ' Hall 8. GreenwalJ make the following announcement. rr . . , ' . 'That l t7. ; I : . I fall of said firm has bought the inter- . fit t' . < est of F. I II. I I Greenwald of said firm. T'hat from this date of he t business of selling SIIOES < . , I " j : ! , , , , and BOS I ERY as run and conducted U\ . the said firm will ] v : " ' ; , " be continued as heretofore with the only exception that , ' ' , ; " ' , ' ; 1.- : 'it will be done in the name of C' . E. 1 Ila11 I instead of 1 : , r , Hall & Grccn vald. . I . " ' llr. r Cre'n " , aId will remain with the business and . - " 1' , " " " continue to look after your wants and wishes ill , the foot , , , \ ' wear line. He invircs your trade and he will give you...

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 — 10 March 1905

r x , - - - - - - - - - - - - .r - - - - - - . - - - - - . - - - . . . - - - - - - . . . . - . . - . - - - . LEGISLATURE of NEBRASKA , - - i A Synopsis of Proceedings of the Twenty" Ninth Gcw era ! Session SENATl -'rho senate on the 28th wan busy with passage of hllllr , among helll t lJOlllg the following : A. P. 95 , providing ) that judgments shall hocom dormant III five years. S. F' ' . 36 , pro' riding that railroads shall keep open for the convenlenco of the public suitable - able waltlllg rooms at statlolls. S. Ii' . Hili , Irovllllllg ) that It Is unlawful to kill \ 1I'lIlrl'els. ) S. F. 133 , providing for appeals 10 the district court frolll the decision of Il board of eClualbmtlon. S. I" 55 , Irovllllng ) that t banks III towns of 400 shall have a capital stacIe of $ ! iOOO. S. Ii' . lW : , providing that the number of Iolllllls , contained In It sack of flour 01' cereals shllll he stamped Oil the outside of the sarle. S. F. 181 , allows road districts to vote Il 25 mill ...

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 — 10 March 1905

I I . . . . . . TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I Published Lvcry Friday at 1'AL4IS 1 CITY , NEBRASKA I . Br I I ' 'l'RIBUNE PUBLISHING CO I J. . . ' ' Elltcrec1 as secOI1 < I-clasN matter , Jallll- ; . I . at. ) ' 12. 190-tat the past olliccat to'alls . City , Nt ' b. , uadcrthc Act of Coolness of March 3 , 1879. . . . - - - - - - - - ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH Telephone No. 226 . I ; FOUR MORE YEARS OF ROOSEVEL I On Saturday of last t week Thc- odore Roosevelt was inaugurated I - 7-- . - president of the United States for the term expiring Iarch 4. 1909. . . For three years thc president has , . . been thc chief executive because t . . _ . \ of thc awful tradgcdy at Buffalo. . Now he is president not ] through chance , hut because of thc desirc . 9f all over whelming majority of the American people , For three years he has faithfully kept the ' . - pledge made at thc bier of the _ . martyred J\lcKinlcy , that he would carry out thc policies of t thc lead president. Now hc begins - " , gins a ...

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 — 10 March 1905

. - A HEALTHY OLD AGE I - - - OfTEN TilE BEST PART Of LIfE - - - help for Women Paesing Through Ohango of Life - - - Providence has allotted tIS ench nt least ! : seventy years : 111 whkh to fulfill our llIis ! ' > ioll ill life , cacti It generally / our own fault if l we die prellllLturely. „ oawr ! ? 1' " 4 ' " rare i + N , ' 'rhP ' n .lN p d'Iti ! ' Ii w I { LM , I : . nom. . /l4rJ.A1ary/oelJn Nervous exhaustion invites disease. This statement Iii the positive ; trllth. When everything buconll's IL burden and you CllllllOt walk Il few blocks with- out excessive fatigue / , ulIIl you break out Into perspiration easily , told sour face flushes and you grow excited and . . . . . . . . . - . tIle least ' ' and hhlllry at provocation , you cannot hear to be crossed in anything - , thing , , you are In danger / ; your nerves huvo given / out ; you need building l1P nt once I 1'0 build up WOll1l1n'O nervous - OUR SS 'stl'l11 und during the period of change / of life we know of 110 h...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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