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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 March 1905

- Write for t , l < eith' 5 , Free Furniture Catalogue No 32 1 Contains 475 faithful illustrations showing 1 the best choice of patterns on salt : : In 1905. We " . Offer an enormous and vuledstockln : strictly reliable : furniture. ( - L a , ' : " : ' . We pay freight anywhere ' . , . . . . , : ALa . 4Ri' . J' - : guaranteeing safe arrival at your railroad station. l : ; ' . , " , . Each and every piece Is guaranteed to be exactly described or money refunded. Everythllll we sell Is of the Keith quality stand- ard for more than 25 years and Is sold on the Keith . principle ; nn earnest conscientious effort to please and satisfy In nllpsrtlculars. : : w , . : ROBERT KEITH ; . r : : ' Furniture and Carpet Company , : ; - - Dept 32 , Kansas City , Mo. . SOUTHERN OONDITIONS " ' . POSSIBILITIES. Ml } .i < In no part of the United Stntes hnv there been ' , ' , such wonderful COlllmcrclal , Industrial tint ' ; . Agricultural development ay along the IIl1e-l : of the Illinois Central ...

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 — 10 March 1905

Twice Told Tales Postmaster Crook uf Falls City as in town Saturday. lie had card of the line new postofiice e are to have and came up to e about the chances for having 'al1s City annexed as a suburb f IIumbolelt.-lIumholdt gnter- rise. Id Furrow , son ! of 1\11' Frank Furrow northwest of town met vith an unfortunatc accident uesdaHe was standing on a torso power driving the horses vhilc sonic men were sawing \'ood at his home and while thus tt1g-aged his left foot was caught n some cog wheels and badly : rushed.- Humhu1tll St ttldard. - - - - - 1\1. E. Cowa has resig'l1ed his ) osition with the Ward Bridge :01l1pany of this city and has en- the employ of the Gillilian Bridge : ompany of Falls 1 City. His work will bc in Oklahoma , t.ut he will probably not move his family from the chy . -'re umseh Chief- tain. - - - - - - l ir. and Mrs. .J. K. McDowell arrived from Pawnee City , \Yed- ncsda , and this city will he their future home. Mr. McDowell has associated himself with C. W. Ra...

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 — 10 March 1905

, . ; _ BEGINS NEWTERM IMPOSING INAUGURATION OF I , r PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. I 4 GREAT CROWDS WITNESS AFFAIR The Whole City a Garden of Blos- ! m8.-Fully Two Hundred Thousand . - sand Visitors View the Parade and Other Exercises. - " ' ASHINGTON-1'he most brl1- hant and Imposing Inauguration which the citizens of Washington UTe ever prepared has passed Into the history of the republic. Theodore Roosevelt did not ride to the capitol , bitch his horse to a shade tree , enter the building and take the oath of office booted and spurred. The traditional - . . . . - tlonal Jeffersonian simplicity was replaced - , placed by a pageant which has not been surpassed In the annals of the t aatlon. For a week the District of Colum- . bla has been the host of the union. - Term after presidential term Its citi- lienS without regard to party have united with enthusiasm In preparing an Inauguration that shall fittingly show forth the national respect for the executive office. For the unllara- lelled d...

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 — 10 March 1905

- - ' - _ _ u _ H _ _ _ ' . _ Verdon. 'rhc west half of thc m\'ans farm west of town was sold on our streets last Saturday to Chris Fisher for $100.50 per acre , also thc Creamery lb ! Goolsby purch- ased ; thc building for $210. 'I ' lne machincry was ; Hold to md Frauen- fclder , Hudolph .1 ishet and ttl- other. Col. Hanling' auctioneer H. E. Bowman is at his old stand again , he was not pleased with New Mexico and returned to Nebraska last weck. At a meeting of the Stock holders 1- ers of the I"armcrs 1 and Merchants Bank last Sattlrclay aftcrnool1 they decided to put up a brick building at once. Carrie Cunningham will represent - sent our school at I.'alls City In thc dcbatc next Friday c\'cning. l cv. Brewc r is in Dawson this week attending Platte River Con- fcrence. Bishop Hill i prcsiding- over the mcct ng- . Lizzie Kelley is sewing for Mrs. Weaver this week. L. A. Kinsey left on Monday for a trip for the crdon Roll 1 er Mills to bc absent n week or ten days. \lr. and Mrs. C...

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 — 10 March 1905

r . . . I ; - - TOLD @ mill , Ffi VfIIWS " 0 Beautiful : , My Country. " Oh beautiful for spacious skies , For umbcr waves of ; , tl"lliti. For purple mountulll majesties Above the fruited plain ! America ! America ! Cod shed his glace on thec. And ! crown thy good with Motherhood From sea to shining sea ! Oh. beautlflll for IllIHllm feet 'hosc stern impassioned stress A thurollghfg-nl'e fur freedom bent Across the wlIl1erl1l'HH ; ! 'tAu'iea , ! America : ! God mend thine every how " COIIIIl thy soul In self control , Thy liberty In ! law ! Oh , lJCallllful for glory talc Of liberating stitc \Vhell vallllllllCUI' mllll's avail , Men lavished Ilrcclolll' ' ! life ! - America ! America ! May God thy gold reline Tilt nil "IICCCS : " be nul.1elleHs : , And ' ' nln divine ! every grain \ Oh beautiful for patriot dream That ! HC'S beyond the years ' 1 blue alabaster cities glealll Undimmed by human tears ! America ! America ! God shed his gt ace on thee And crown thy good with brotherhood...

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 — 10 March 1905

Locus and Personnl. ! Mrs Ross Jackson was up from Rube on 'rucsday. 1)r. .1. L. Gaudy was down from Humboldt on 'l'uc"day. Fresh oysters at thc same old 'l'hornton. pricc---Coupc A. N. Glenn is quite ill with malarial fever and g"dp. \V. A. Grecnwaltl attendcc1 to business ili Humboldt Moulay. Sec Coupe & 'l'hornton for all kinds of salt and fresh fish. Charley Martin of 13arada was ' ' ' busincss visitors. one of Tuesday's Mr. Schmuckcr returned Sat- urday afternoon from Oklahoma. Lard , ham and Bacon at very low priccs.-Coupc & Thornton. Anxious inquircr -No , U1'Othcr Mickey d li(1 not attcnd thc luau- grab ball. Mrs. Warren lIutching"s is reported - ported slowly convalescing from a protracted illncss. 1 1 3N N 3 o i C \1 of f . er f tea pa 11 litlil . 3ti tl gu ( sal ii \ve Sul \Irt IrtD I I Supervisor Chas. Atwood 1 or Humboldt was transacting business - ness in this city 'l'tesday. When in need of a juicy steak or a primc roast beef , telephone 74.-Coupe & Thornt...

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 — 10 March 1905

. . : TOl.l ) ooIT tl E1o , -1) . ' VLTLRM.S' : , - - - - - t Nobility. i ! True worth Is In being , not r"mlnt : In doing , ouch day that goes by. , Sdmc little gool-IOl ! In thc dreaming Of great things to .10 by and by. I For whatever men say In lJlInenel'l ! , Am spite of the fancies of youth . , , .I'lIl're's nothing so kin ( ' ly liS kindness , Itlnll'IY i 1 And nothing so royal us tluth I We get bad our mete aq we measure ; \\'c can not do wrong und feel right : Nor cnn we give pain and galll IIlcasul'c. For justice \'lllgl'S each HUght _ . . The air for the hint of the sparrow , , . The hush for the lohln OJ' wren nut always thc path that IH narrow And straight fur the chlldlcn of men. . 'Ye can not make bargains for busses , Nor catch thell1 like IIshl'S In nets , And sometimes the thing our life misses - helps more than thc thing which It gets _ " For good lIl'th nol In IJUrsuln Nor gaining of great nor tlf small ; . But just In the doing-ami doing t As we would lJe done b...

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 — 10 March 1905

- . - - - - - - - - . . . . . - - - - . - - - . - - - ' . ' . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - . - - - - I A Little Light I , > r ; ' I 'W 'J/I. . p . . . : : ' U .7t" . . / R E 1/ , . - " , - . . ; . - /Y\ ; ( BON : ; . OAl . ' II 0' ; f . " , , 1i " . , a ; ' . , 'f i1.t " M . ' . . ' ' , Zt.r real I t ! ( oat i' , ofu'll prnclIclh' ! ( , of cn' , i.l I'rable' iH'at ( \'ih \ ( ' 11 it \ \ iI \ I do tlH' most g'od. T'llin.r.r ; you that our coal is 1)1 te'r than ntlwr coal does ' A ; nOt make it : so , but : our will- ill , ' IWS to W lnant its last- itI' ; ( ) ' ( ' r and J. } .jiving mCrc I lH'al Ihan coal for which . yon P\\ ; the sallw monev else- < \ \ 11I'r 1 ; ( ' Otlht to ht\ : ' , some \ \ , 'i 11i , t with the man I wh , . , cloe ; his ( ) \ \ 'fl thinkillr i : , . I M MJ ST : BROS. = -I . , i3. 1t 91011. N. . . , . . .N. - . _ . . - - - - - - - - - . SK LLED VVOR K VI ! A 1S ; H O P f.1 _ f 1 \Yal11 rl' iiirlitg ; ; d1I1.111lIs skill- r(1vorkin...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 March 1905

1c L4.- . - - - _ - HEARTH AND BOUDOIR - - - I MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO OUR FEMININE READERS. . . \ \ . . 'rwo Visiting Toilettes That Are , , Among the Swellest of the Latest Modes-Making the Proper Choice i ) . of Hats-Novelty In Vellings In Choosing HLltS. ' - 1f n woman has sharp or decidedly ( prominent features let her 11\'old hats t that are set bacl 01' off the face. Such l n woman should wear a hat brought well forward , and hair should be as fluffy as possible , and a becoming veil - ' , s--- will do wonders. Sharp outlines In i I ' > , ' hats should also be avoided ! by her. I Lace edges and Indented trims arc good If the features arc Irregular , a hat with the brim crushed ! here and there L . - Is usually a suitable setting The woman with a prominent nose has , i fl much to contend with Her hats , should avoid severeness In outline and should be set well forward , so that the prominent feature will appear a little less In alze On the other hand the woman with n...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 March 1905

ik . 4 ' . e , I - - - - - - - - . . . - . . . . . . . H' , - 1'L. . ' ' . , . - . : : \ -f" ANN 0 U NeE MEN T : FOR THE YEAR 1905 " ' .J . ; ; ; ; ; : : : = -n : r = I ; Mattings better than ever. The Spring line now coming in and , at prices always the lo\vest. We have just received 1,000 yards of . , Japanese nattings that we will sell as a leader at 25c per yard. This Ij 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 . . ' c I \ve cannot duplicate. . I " . We will carry a fuller line of Carpets this spring than usual. I " I 1 . Keep this in l11ind. We are in a situation to save you money. All Carpets - pets sewed on our own nlHchines. We can give you an Ingrain Cal"I I t I sewed in 20 minutes after order. This is a tre1t benefit to farmers , and : , . over others prices costs you nothing. < ' : . The Furniture line is to be better stocked than ever and a more : . I varied line to sel...

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 — 17 March 1905

. . , . 1t ' ' ' " " ' ' . . . . Y . . ' . . -hie : a * , I t.i'j " 4' : " , " " t 4.Ja-il. . d " 4 ' ' , r , ' ' , : : , " . , , . . 'I ' ' ' ' 1. ' ' . . ' ' : r''f" " < . . , . i ' . " ' . ,4 r' , , . , " , 7 " , . ? 'f ' . " , . , . , _ , : , . . , Ii' . { Q t _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ . h _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , _ _ u. _ _ _ _ _ _ . . , - . Vo1.lI. No. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , l\'IARCI-l ' 17 , 1905. \\Thole No. 63 - - - , The Ricn&.rdson COU1\ty . High School ! Deba..te - - - ' . . ) t . . to- ' An audience wInch taxed the 1 capacity of thc Gchling assembled - ( bled Friday night to listen to the . , high schools of thc county debate thc question "Rcsolvcd tInt thc ; ' . United States should own and control thc railrQads. " i It was more than a large audi- , encc , it was a very pretty audi- e'ncc as wcl1. 'rhc high school . girl was there from ! all parts of the county. She was in her best dress , there was a rose in her...

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 — 17 March 1905

- - , - - - - - - - - - - - - - { I Fertility and Fruit Growing. At a meeting of horticulturists , Pro Ccssor John Craig , of Cornell University . ty , said : "Every modern system of cultivating . ing fruits recognizes as a first principle - clplo the right of the fruit tree to uo considered a specific and sufilclent crop under the soil , or at least to ue regarded as a crop quite as exhausting . Ing III character liS any grown by the farmor. Unless the fruit grower realizes . ' the eBsen' lzes and puts Into practice LIlli part of this principle he will full liS n cultivator of frulls. Experiments In orchlll'tling conducted some years ago at the Cornell Experiment Station proved conclusively that It cost the soil more to produce twenty average , crops of IlPljes ) limn twenty average crops ( of whenl. In other words , more fertility was extracted from the land III growing nn acre of hearing apples for twenty years than In growing twenty consecullvo crops of wheat. As /1 rule , the 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 — 17 March 1905

- 141 \ , I l . _ _ I ; , _ \ . OUR EXPERIENCE AT i , YOUR SERVICE . ; . = - - - _ - \Vatch repairing j ; a trader :1tI : [ ! - % more than that it is.a science i < < nJft1To' i ) 'I ' wlich : takes years of steady . . , \ . . . f u' ' ' ' " ; " , j i ( . 'I' ' rl trallllllg- to master. This is . ' I what offcr , , ' I just wc to our " : --7 = ' . I customers , more than twen- . . , ' I\i \ : tv nears of practice . in the ( ' " " ' : " ' ' 7 Im" " " . - Swiss watch I factories and I . ? . " ; . / ' . .r ; r , I' in this countr\ , ; and it costs ' ; , - I N I yeti 1 no more in our store ) t than in any other store. 'I Bring . \ 'our'ork to us with 1 the confidence that it will be returned to you in a first ' f class running order and rememberour : prices are reasoll- f ably 1ow. ' I Our large stock of Jewelry has been completed this I t spring with many of the novelties 50 much in demand now-here again we guarantee our goods , having all , l the standard makes in the jewelry li...

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 — 17 March 1905

, THE JAPVIGIORY _ FIELD MARSHAL OYAMA REPORTS THE OUTCOME. : FORTY THOUSAND ! PRISONERS I i Ci1sui1lt'es ' on the Japanese Side Esti mated i1t Fortv.one Thousi1nd- Those of the' Rus3lan Forces Said to Be NInety Thousi1nd. 'I'OI\IO-Ji'lelll l\tlll'Rhal Oyamll ro ! 1100't(111 that -Iooon prisoners were talCOIl allll that thol'e were JOono ! Itis- Hlan 'aHualties III the Shaldw river (1l1'celloll ( nlolle lie cntllllated that the 2111 \ tuber of IlllsRlall prisoners captured will 'xl'lell , IOUOO The lapallcso : casualties . uallleR 11I'(1 osIIlIllled \ at ,11,000 The SJlOIlK IIlI'lullo two pigs ( / : , IIhout Hlxly gUll ! ! , innoo ( rides , HiO allllllullllloll wagons ; : , 1,000 IlI'tn , OOOOO : ! ( ) shells , 2r. , . 000,000 ( ) of small IIrlllH UIIIIIJllllltlolI , rooo ; ( ) bushels of cereals , 27r.OOO httslt (11101 of fCllililw , Hi IIIlIm of light railway ollUit , 2OO ( ) ) horses , 2:1 : ( 'Ill't lots ! of malts , 1.000 curt IOlllls of elolhlll and aCCollllt'elllollt'l ' , Io...

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 — 17 March 1905

tm.f . . - _ _ _ . - . . H. ' - . . - . - - _ _ : . - - - : - - . _ . . - - - - - - . . r/f AM- 4 : ' * Nh'A # : i # .AA 1.\ bfJ. j ( tjf ; ; -1it f 4tM ; / : r L ANNOUNCER1ENT = - , : Il T.m = M FOR = [ iRf SHE YEAR 1905 = , J I : , Nlnttings . better than ever. The Spring line now coning ! in and , : at prices always the Ic\vest. We have just received 1,000 ) yards of t' t # ' , - ? ' i Japanese [ fat. tings that \ve will ! sell as n leader at 25c per ! yard. Thisf f ( f ; grade always brings 35c in other stores. You will do veil to anticipate ' I - . ' your needs. The war has shortened the supply and when this is gone : ' we cannot : duplicLte. " . LAP : : , \Ve will carry a fuller line of Carpets this spring than usual. . .M 'i/.fi : ' ; t @ . : r : . Kee'l this in t11ind. .Ve are in a situation to save you n1o11ey. All Carr r ' t . : pets sewed on our own nHLchines. \Ve can give you an ingrain Carpet I i _ : : sewed in 20 minutes after Qrder. This is n great benefit to farmers ...

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 — 17 March 1905

- - - UfRANGfU NfRVfS I DISTRESSING TROUBLES LEFT BY 81\ VITUS AND GRIP , - - - - " ' 11I1111" IIIlnloll fur Years hy Strnngo HI'I'U" flf Numbness 111111 " ' ( 'IIloWM JtI'cu\'I'r" Porr'c:1 : IIl'n1th When silo was fourteen yearn old , Mrs , Ida h Brown had St VihlH' d/\uco She finally got over the most noticcablo fcutllrell of the stmllgo aillllont , but was still troubled ) hy very uncolllfort.ahlo 6011- tmLionli , which Iho ! recently described ns follows : " Ouo hand , half ul11lY face , atHl half of lilY tongue \\'ou1 get cold and mituub. heso feelings would COIIIO on , last for about teu minuteH , l\I1d then go away , Ho\'cml tillloH It dny. Besides I would have palpitation of the heart , and uty strength woulll get HO low t lint I could hardly brcntho. , As time went 011 these Hpellli Rcpt cOllling oftener and growing \vrsu. Thu nuutbmcss WUIIIlI tjUIl1Ulitucs oxlolld ' ' half ' " hod . ( over my body. 'I how dial ' rid of them " ( you get ? "It scenlel for it long tilllO ns ...

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 — 17 March 1905

" " . ' Now and Theno 1 , , , If I Should Die To-niltht. . . If I should die to-lIluht. ' ( : : \Iy rlcllIls a ottld Ionic IItIm } ' quiet face f I , H ( ere they 1:1\11 \ It III Its rcstlllll' Mace . , AIIII them that death had left it almo'll fair , \ ' , , 1 IIdla11I1f HIIO\\ ' white 1I0wcr : llfalllsimy hair . R ' 011111 "lIlOoth It .10wlI with tearful tendcrncss , ' ' And fold 11ty halld with lingering rare , . " . , \ ' Poor ha uds . fill empty allil 'II cull null lit ! . . If I slwllltl diu tll'lIluhl , ' )1) friend , wOllhl call III mind with ht\ ' ing , . thmt gilt . , SOllie kindly deed the icy htJulfi hall W roughl t : Some genie ( ) rd the froze tips ( hail : salll : grralldo ; Oil \ehlch the \11111111' fret hall sped : , ' 1'lIc nlcnutry ot 1113 I'cllbhllCfiS and Ilrhlc \Iy lIasly : words , wOlllel all bc pill aside , So I shollld hI' 10\1'11 alillmllllrned tu-nlgltt. " If 1 fihllllhl die 10'lIlulll , Hearts Iatratg-d WI u d turn o ' tee more In ute , Recalling otlwr da...

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 — 17 March 1905

- @ @ - 2 fND /7& ) - c - Y Tim Answer. " ' "Th'l'o' IIntl/lIt / hut lull , " I said , and ] 1111"11'11 ! once note , 1'0 w..elllll' . nil with Fitte ; And then I heard II litho voice In1ll01'e ] , " 1)(1 lIot I'ellilollll ) , hilt 'IIIt. " " 'I'hPl'1 ! 1/1 / no Joy III life 01' love or art , " I 1111111 In nly ' 1I1'1I1mlt' ; And Ihl'n I helll'lI I your laughter In 111) hl"'I , And smiled 10 henr It there. " ' ' 'l'hel' III no pence , " I sighed In hope- Ierlslless- 1I1'Id fllllt III Hlnoll1'R emhmce ; Anil then I fllt'our tender hllnds caress , Your IIIII upon my fuce " ' ' 'J'herf' I" no IJrOlllllle. low can Ire- Jllcu ? ' 'l'n-nllll'I'IIW' figs fIJ't lIumh ! AIIII still I hel\l' your tender , hopeCul 1 yule' : " ' ' 1'110 IIUII\I11 days will come ! " -J H. 1\1. , 111 Cllllln111I'II' JOUI'l1/\I Fortune-Telling Trick. To II/'ell\ro the fluid with which Son are to tell the fortunes of you r friends you must put some qulcllImo Into a Illmrt hottlo and then fill the bottle with c...

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 — 17 March 1905

- - - - u _ _ . . . . - - . _ - - - - " : THE FALLS CiTY TRIBUNE Published Every Friday at li'ALLS CITY , NEI3RASIcA Br TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. . - " . . \ \ I : ntet'cd as sccond-ctasi : matter , Janu- ary 1:2 : , 190 . tat the post : oniceat balls City , Ncb. , under the Act of Congress of March J , 189. . _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ONg DOLLAR Pl ; R ygAH Telephone No. ' : ! 2 ( , . THE CHICKEN : BUSINESS. Hank Shaw and Clay Davis arc g'oinginto thc chkkl'll husincss. . God pity thcm ! Hank has laid - ' - -'r'- asidc his fishing tackle ancl Clay has turned his work ' over tu thc dcvil , while the two spend their ' days over poultry magazines : and incubator ac1\'crt'semcnts. Time . . - was when wc too had the fc\'cr. \Ve ) knew more about incubators and brooders than about any , , - other subject. Visions of profit t1.at made a standard oil cl \'ic1cnc1 : look like thirty cents filled ] ] our uneasy c1rcams. The first time \ thc incubator was started wc had hard boiled...

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 March 1905

FROM MISERY TO HEALTH. A Prominent Club Woman , of Kansas City , WrltcD to Thank Doan's Kid. ney Pills for a Quick Cure Miss Nellie Davis , of 1216 Michigan Avenue , Kansas City , 1\10. , society lender and club woman , writes : "I I cannot say too x t much In praise of 4 ' + ! Doan'R J Cidne I y I I' III s , for they effected a complete . plete cure In a very short time when 1 was suffering from kidney troubles brought on hy a cold. I had severe pain In the back and sick headaches , and felt miserable : ! all over. A few boxes or Donn'l : ! Kidney Pills made mo a well woman , without an ache or pain , and 1 foci compelled to recommend this reliable remedY. " ( Signed ) Nellie Davl ' ' E-AddreS8 Foster . A TRIAL FRi E - Illburn Co" , Buffalo , N. y , For sale by all dealers. Price , 60 cents. Complain of Varying Currencies. Cannlllnns who travel In the Unite ? States and Americans who travel Ir Canada alllte complain of the emhar rnssJI1enls Incident to the different money issues of...

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