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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 March 1905

, L- Believed Smallest Shetland Pony. a . . A Blackburn England ( ) man owns a ; - . Shetland pony which Is believed 'to t. " 00 the smallest In the United King corn Four years old , fully grown , let black , with a long , shaggy coat , It Is only twent.sev anti one . halt Inches high , 01' ono.lmlf Inch short ot seven hantls. - " . ' Tobacco and Deafness. Tobacco has been discovered to pave a selective action upon the au ' , JI ; yTAY ; ! ' . . tUtory nerve. Moderation In the use Jf the drug , and avoiding It altogether where deafness has alreadY begun , or where there Is Ll family history of such troubles , Is ndvlsable. , . - - y . . . An Englishman has erected n curls . r I : . O\lS weather van on his house along- llde the road near \Ycsterhnm It depicts a motor car running over a. , - . pedestrian , while al the arrow end of the vane stands the avenger-a ho- ! Iceman with uplifted arm. A statistician has arrived at the conclusion that $25,000,000 Is spent C'-- yearly .by the pU...

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 March 1905

Local and Personul. Best paints on earth at City Pharmacy. Ncllc Weaver of Verdon spent Friday with Elva Scars. Try our hog and cattle food at City Pharmacy. Joe Mites camc in on the B. R Tuesday aftcrnoon. Sarah ] die of lIumlmldt visited - cd Falls City friends Tuesday. ! Bug'g'y paints , varnish and "ar- nish stains al City Pharmacy. Hayden Bowers was down ) from Verdon on business 'l'ucsday. Mrs. Stuffier left Tuesday for Washington , Kmsas. Fresh oysters al the mme old pricc--Coupc 'l'hornton. Mrs. Gurney GriOiths of Prestos - ton was in town shopping last 'l'u sday \V. A. Hossack was a business visitor lii Verdon the lirsl of thc wcck. Sheriff Hossack and Spencer Foster were Salem visitors 1'\1CS- liar illot'tltilg. i Vcsta Van \dlcnhurg" : of I1lo I visited \ \ ' itlt Nellc Downs the first of thc wcek. When in need of a juicy steak or a prime roast beef , telephone 4.--Coupc C 1'hol'nton. Mrs. Anna IIontman and Hull ! son of Verdon visited with her mother 1\lrs. Taylor in thi...

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 March 1905

, - - ATE 0r mr cuiw w' , . Copyright , 897 , by L . Tennyson N\l'ly. Copyright , 1S:9 , by Street and Smith. CHAPTER XXII The War of the Elements. Immediately Jack was on his feeL When danger threatens he Is not the man to dream. "Vou want to tell me something , old man-ron1Cthlng deucedly unpleasant , \m1CS6 I'm very much mlstnlwn. Now , . . have It out , without any apolog The " sooner these things are known the quicker they cnn be met. " That ' Is the greeting Job Smithers ( r < < elves. He Is unable to repress his surprlre. ! "You'ro a quick one to get on to trouble , sir But there's no use in tlis gulsing matters. These soldiers Jlaven't found out anything ; wrong yet , but It will soon burst on mem like a thunderclap , and then you'l1 see the wildest scurrying around here image mable. " " "By Jove , .you arc right , Smithers ! " hi what Jack instantly exclaims. "The wind has chnngell. " ' "It is even so. Presently it will grow stronger , and nothing can prevent - vent t...

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 — 17 March 1905

Local and Persoluli. Eat Sowlcs Candy. have you started your garden ? For Salc-A brown marc.-O. P. II ck. I Dr. A. Gaiscr , dentist over i Richardson county haul . ! Coal , Wood and Rock l Salt at Hcck's feed store. Mrs. Frank Cook and children of Stella visited relatives here ' over Sunday. Dr. R.P.Robertsdentist over Kings Phurnlucy. Ruth Wheatley of Vcrdon.as the guest of Nellie Hossack a few days last week. Fresh bulk oysters direct from Baltimore at Coupe & Thorn tons. Geo. Peck was in town Friday after wrestling with the . . grip dur- ing- most of the winter Senator Burkett has purchased a beautiful house Washington at a cost of eighteen thousand do11ars. H. g. ! Lemmon attended the district meeting of thc \Y. O. W. at Omaha this week as a deleg-ate from thc local lodge The Hiawatha World tells of a young matron of that place who arrays herself in tights and pa- rades before her mirror admiring her shapc. Falls City is known as thc hest show town of its size in thc west. I...

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 March 1905

-ii ' ( ' - 3 & % Q , , \ , , j a ' _ _ _ _ - It Cures Coors , Coughs , Sere Throat Croup Influenza , Whooping Cough , Bronchlti s nnt , , Asthma. A certain cure for Consumption In 11r1.t surges , anti a sure re1Itfinatlvuneedstages. Use at once. You will I cu thu esccllent effect nfte r taking the lint dou . Fold by dealers ever' Where. Large bottler : i cents and 50 cents. h4- JI I- : . r VERY FEW , IF ANY , CIGARS SOLD AT 5 CENTS COST AS / MUCH TO MANUFACT- a URE , OR COST THE DEALER AS MUCH AS " " "CtIEIO" IF THE DEALER TRIES TO SELL YOU SOME OTHER ASK YOURSELF WHY 1 ? " . - DEMPSTER IMPROVED r r r ° . " ' " ' STEEL WIND MILL. ' j \ : ; ; ; r T : : . -k T : ; ; I ( I r ROLLER _ RIM OEAR1 ( I. THEY STOP THE nOISE AriD LESSEN THE WEAR LA1EST.STRONGEST. BEST. I fACTORY. BEATRICE. rff8. . BRANCH HOUSES : Xanaal City , ? Io. , Omaha , Neb. , Sioux Falls , B.D. Bee nearest dealer or write for circular. , pr NaUonal Oafs ' 1 f . - ' ( heateet oat ot the century. Yielded In Ohio 1.n...

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 March 1905

e'.FR.ltE14 - IRRR R RIi Rla - - - _ . . t ; ! I I r . E , , - ' . . - . - - - - - - - - - - . . - A Blue Mark will advise lJ i you that you arc in HI' . ; \ rears for one years subScription - . . , \ . . ' ' ' ' . I i\ ; ; i SCI'lp'lon to'1'he'i'ribuiie . : : Wc would appreciate a 'f 9 ! renl ittancc. I ,1 t _ - - - - - - - - - r t Fargo 4 i John Shu1cnhurg was down : ' from Harada Sunday. I . ; John Kettcr was a largo \ visit - I I t I ' torSunda\ ' . ! \Vil1ian ; ; Stt'cc1.cr was down from \Vil1iams\.illc Sat urday. : \'one'Vrig-ht \ was over from Craig Sunday. i .Tulious \ValdrolT and wifcsJcnt { Saturday evening with George : Smith and wifc. gddic l Uurklallcr ; of Craig , ? ' do. \ , spent Sunday with his cousin , Leonard 'elticman. It is thc talk that Fargo is to have a new hardware store The 1''argo ferry boat is i : : in run- ilig ordcr again. i \ 7riIcyVaggoilet and l daughter - tcr Pearl was trading .with our mcrchant Saturday 'Villic Frederick and wife spent Sunday at th...

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 — 17 March 1905

- - LEGISLATURE . ' of NEBRASKA u _ _ _ _ A Synopsis of Proceedings of the Twenty Ninth Gew oral Session. SENATE = 1'lle senate on the 7th silent the entire morning In passing " . . these hills \ : S. I' ' . JG-Allo\\'lng com ' - , plaints against opening of toads to he fIled In district court and : giving that court original jllrlsdlction. S. 1- ' . 17- ! Fixing the terlll when mill \ sites shall revert to original own l' . S. I. ' . 22- Allowing the laying of sidewalks In villages without regard to grades. S. ' ' of the second Ii' 70-Allo\\'ln cities class to own and operate electric light : plants. S. Ii'-Legallzlng 08toolH\lhy ' and prescribing exalllination of those who Intend to practice such a pl'Ofeg- , slon. S. P. 180-1'0 make stat his- l tOl'leal society custodians of public \ records - . _ ords of a historical nallu'e. S. 1" . 108- r Providing for the selection of grand J ntlll petit j\l1'ors. S. 1" . IHi-To estab . lIsh a state board of veterinary medi- . cine. S. F. 137...

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 — 17 March 1905

- - - . Ohio. Ada Shouse was a guest of Sadie Peck , SUlHla \1 rs. 1. Peck : visited at O. A Bu1'1s Sunday. Mrs. Ia. M. Kimmcl returned home last week from Texas very much improved in health as she went there some time ago for the improvement of her health. 1d ! : : I'a'lor's youngest child is very sick. . Katie Schulcnburg' of Falls City spent a few ( lays at her uncle's thc forepart of he wrck Gao. \V. Peck and wife entertained - tained their son , E. ' 1' . Peck and family at their home Sunday. Perry ShafTer and family of Nebraska City moved into their new home last turday. Mrs. Huettner and children visited at N. Pecks ! Thursday. Mr. and Mrs : Cco. Shousc were guests at the former's brother John's. g. C. Peck of Merrill was a guest at home li"'riday l nig'ht. Alice Omara is at home again after a short visit with her sister in l ulo. Goldie Cook who has been stay- ing' in Straus\i11c for so long is at home ag'ain. Mrs. Zorn shelled corn Tuesday and delivered it to the new elevat...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 March 1905

'J ' ! . . , . , . , ir ; ' , "tJ " @ TIWIJ : , The Eternal Masculine. . . "I At seventeen wo meet seine girl ' We worship COIIII and deep . And beg from her a tiny curl 'V' ! e'er any aye may lteell " " 1'Is thin-spun gold . " wo ardent swear , A mesh or filigree . t And fondly kiss and hide It where No prying eye may see At twenty-se\'en less enthused , With uuburn-tlntcll curls , 'Ve , finding It , gl'OwlllIch confused 'ro recollect which glrl's Fair head It lent Il halo to- May Kate . or Prlle , theto l1l'nt's- " 'Ve1l. pshllw ! the thing thllt'li best to do Is keep It ten more years ! " At thlrt ' -sc\'en. then , one day While \ rummaging , we stare r In absent WilY at It ullll say : "The devil'hose ! red hair , , - Is this ? It nu'el' belonged to me- 'rhe bricky stuff ! " Ah , Fate ! We toss It forth , and smile \ to see ra It crinkle In the gmte. - -UI'ool\ \ Life. The Anvil Bird of Brazil ' At dusk , In the wilds of the gloomy Brazilian forests , It Is strange to hear - - . ...

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 — 17 March 1905

: SPECIAL OFEER - - - . k All persons knowing them selves indebted to the St&.f Livery Ba.fll Who will call and pay their bills be fore the first of next month will receive u benefit of 5 per cent DisCOUI\ - - - - - - - FRANK c. WYLIE . . . . . . " - - - Ol R NEW ; SPF1 G GC ODS I Iavc J arrived and we have ' one of the finest line of I , I Suitings ever brought to the city. . Conic to us fur , . your ' yourNEW NEW SPRING SUITS I vVc guarantee fit , style and I . \\'Orki11lfSh11) Give us a trial. - - . . . . . . . . . . , . . - . . . - - H. T.Gardrfien ' Tailor . _ _ - - - - _ " - - _ " .A ' _ N _ J Special PJ'ic1 ! - - - - A l' - - , _ r. . . . . - . . . . . . . Wilson sIN IN-- _ ' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ " " " ' _ Fire Proof Cooking Wars Cheaper than you eVC'I" ' bought it. All Our India l Baskets at reduced prices. A full line of China and Queens\vare ; in llalnvhltc and dec- . See the goods wc sell at 5 , 10 , 15 and 25 Cents Examine the stock be- tore you do your buying C. 1\10 WiSOI...

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 — 24 March 1905

' ' , , , 'i I P . l I E . . Jtr r , a0ht j alts oritl ! rib : nr.I . . - - - ' - - ' ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I Vol. II. No. 12 FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , lHARCI I 2.1 , 1905. Whole , No. 64 _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - _ _ . _ . _ u _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' ' ' . - ' . ' " . ' 1'L. " . ' " 1' . : " . . . ' " . . . . . - ' . ' . # ' - . - V' 'q'l . , . J FALLS CITY'S NEXT MAYOR. I r.i11F _ lTIL AMr.fI Af _ - - . - - - - - - - - - , T may seem an idle thing to present a face with I . I. which every man , woman and child in Falls City is familiar. d It may seem unnecessary to write l name that has . I been known tQ this people for nearly half a century. , To write the life William E. Jorrington is to . c tell between the lines the story of this city. Not one person now lives in Falls City who was a resident here when Mr. Darrington first made it his home. I-Ie is Falls Cit\"s oldest . 1 " l , 'il H '...

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 March 1905

- . - J ) jiCHEE ; Ulm FASHION . . - - - - COSTUMES SANCTIONED BY THE I LEADERS OF SOCIETY. - - - - Black Velvet Costume , With White Accessories-Silk Dress for nn "At Home" Afternoon-Some Recipes for Appetizing Dishes. Fichus Again In Vogue. A most universally becoming fash Ion has bola brought ngahlIII to 1101111' lal' favor lIy the revival of the \lal'lo Alltolnu ! tu luudes. ( The IIchll returns . 111 111811) ' vadclics IUIII Is frequently i IIHuel for the ( neck of thc evening gown , alt hou ( ; h Its grace amid siniplici- ty t I'PCOlIIlIIl'llll It for any dress fashioned . 10111.11 of Ioft : ! , clinging materials after the fashion of mho Prune. : ! ' custom dIU" lug the limo of Marie Alltoillollo. . Chln'on ; IH tilt host HIICCOHHfll1 ma' terlal that can 110 found for the helm , but net allil taco may 110 used with effect . The IIchll should ho dl'l\llOtl 111'0111111 the ' shoulders very loosely ! , that It lIIay fall In gmceflll folds , and fnHtellell In from In u soft Imot....

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 March 1905

. - - . - - - - - - - - - - ' 1 JNtir" : : _ " , , ' , ' wwavaravuve : za u W\'MI a waw spa IIII' " . . .JII ! " ' --.D-- . . , . . . . . . . . _ _ _ - - - - ----r--- - . - : . - . U . ANNOUNCEMENT I L FOR THE YEAR 1905 . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 _ " . . .u.Jy ' 19 1 j t . t ' . 1 I' ' H . , II : II I I L = m _ . . . . . - . " . . .T' ' ' -IIfIt. ' ' -n."f at : ! . _ _ . ilili'i.l.J ir' Nlattings better than ever. The Spring line now coming in and at prices always the lovest. We have just received 1,000 yards of Japanese rtattings that ve viii sell as a lender at 25c per yanl. This grade always brings 35c in other stores. Voli viii do well to anticipate your needs. The war has shortened the supply and when this is gone ve cannot duplicate. \Vc viII carry a fuller line of Carpets this spring than usual. Keep this in n1ind. \Ve are in a situation to save you n10ney. All Carpets - pets sewed on our own nHlchines. We can give you an Ingrain Carpet se...

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 March 1905

. RETREAT GOES ON - THE RUSSIAN ARMY CONTINUES TOWARD HARBIN. . - JAPANESE CLOSELY FOLLOW - - The Russians Said to Be Badly Dc. morallzcd.-Dellcf That the Muscovites . vltcs Will Not Soon Attempt to Make n Sta1ld. S'I' PI : i'ERSIllJitO-Comnmanderdn- ( Chief I.ltlOvllch In a telegram dated Saturday MI1YH : "Oil \larch 17 Japanese batteries 1)lIIhnt'lhHl ) ( ) our dl 'lsloits' In the vitl- lcys ) of TILVilnplltl \ and Yan IIn. The cn 'lilY allllelll'ell nCIII' Kaotll'se on the railroad , about twcllly.two mlles north or 1'1" Pass , nail their cavalry \ has 01' cupid 1o'al\OlIIlIn Our armies ( 'ollllnuJ their ( 'OIu'l'lIlralloll , " In connccllon I with the mobilization or a new army an IIIIIIPI'Ial clcl'l'ce orders - dflrs an IlIspt'c'lIolI of horses In lwen . ty-two districts of he I military divisions . Hlolls of OllPHsa , Wari'a w alldlos. . ( 'ow. WI'I'11 'l'lm JAPANESE AICIIN Tilt : I II'JI 1) 1 , Via Fusa n-Tlie HIIHBlan army l'onlhlllP Its northern retreat , Iho .lallllllpsP f...

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 — 24 March 1905

f ' 1 Local and Personal. . Joe Norris returned to Lincoln Saturday. " . . : : Clarence Simmons left , Tuesday for Independence Kansas. Mrs. A. N. Glenn returned from i . Mound ] City on 14'riday hut. Etta Pickers returned from Hum bold t Saturday afternoon. J. R. Cain of Stella spent Sun- I day with his family in this city. W. A. Solomon White Cloud r' ' . r . . . . was a Falls City visitor on Sun- day. Miss Lear of White Cloud was the guest of Helen Fowler . " ' . this weck. . . . . . Mary ] Sullivan returned from the whole sale house in St. Joseph on Thursday of last week. John Gilligan and son George were Omaha visitors thc first of thc week' I ; Mrs George Cleveland is visit- ing in Oswego , Kansas with her daughter \'lrs. Chester Fisher. wD. . Easlcy has been in the city for the past week on business connected with his lumber busi- llefS , Conductor Summers , of the B. & 1\1. limited , with his wife and l. _ _ .to nephew spent Saturday afternoon in Falls City. o'i'r. ' . E...

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 — 24 March 1905

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . Caring for Wyandotte ! O. O. Wild , tallllllg with a repre- Ij'lItllllve of the Farlllel'H' Review , said : I have lilY poultry houses divided In the CClltCl' One.hlllf It ! floored with hoards and the other half "Is floored with earth for a scratching t-hed. : 1 have used concrete for floor , hut It IR too cold. If It IR not covered with something It Is too cold for the feet or the fowls , nod If It gets moist It holds the 111 01 Htlll'e. I had my entire I poultry ) house on It concrete floor hut I had to have It torn out and Il board floor put ) In , which I cover with sand. I believe If a house Is built on an elevation , Oil top of a knoll , say , you ; I I might ho able to keep the cement floor frolll gettlllg moist , but my objection - jection to cement floors Is that they ; are always collI. however there Is a little difference of opinion about that among hrccHlel's Some of them won't have any other hind of a floor. DiscaRDs of poultry ) ;...

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 — 24 March 1905

1/ " ' 1 Local and Personal. Eat Sowlcs Candy. Sec Coupe & 'rhornton for all kinds of salt and fresh fish. . ' Dr. A. Gaiscr , dentist over " ' ' ' ' , , . . . ' ' ,1 Richardson county bank. Dr. R.P.Robertsdentist over Kings Pharillacy. . Fresh bulk oysters direct from ' Baltimore at Coupe & ' 1'horntons. George Dietsch writes that hc no longer stands up to his mcals. Garden Seeds , Coal , Wood and - . L , Hock Salt at Hcck's heed Storc. Lard , hUl1. , , and Bacon at ycry low ! priccs.-Coupc & Thornton. Mrs. A. b. \V.altucr has been . ° ' ' - , . IHttubcrcd- among thc victims of thc grip. Stephen Sloan and E. E. Aux- icr of Verdon visited in this city Saturday. Isham Reas was in Kansas City 011 legal business Friday of last wccl When in need of a juicy steak , " or a prime roast beef , teiephone 74.-Coupc & Thornton. , Miss Lil1l1a 'l'immcrmal1 of Sa- lem ] spent Sunday with Andrcw Cameron and family. . Allan D. May J has , been nomi- l1i1ted for city clerk on thc an...

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 — 24 March 1905

. . . . . - - - - - - HAD TO GIVE UP. Suffered AgonIes from KIdney Disoro dera Until Cured by DOiln's KIdney Pills. George W. HenoIT , of 1953 ! ( North 11 th Slo , Il'ea ' d1 ; dulllhla , Pa , a I man of good rep IItatlon and : statullng , writes : i . : ' " 10'1 the years ago I / . . ' . . , . ' was RIIITerlnJ so. . , 't ' ' ' v 11' ! gtt with my Imele ; anll IdtIneys that I i often hall to lay r t ofr. The Idllncy /1 / 1 Rccrctlons w 0 I' 0 : unnatural , III Y : . legs and Rtoll1ach wore swollen , and. I had no alJpetito. When doctors fatted to help mo I hegan using Doan's Klcllwy I'IIIHlnll improved until my haelc ) was strong and my appetite I'C' tlll'l\III During the four years slncc I stopped using thom I have enjoyed oXl'ollon health. 'I'ho cure was 1101" , ulanent.I ( Signed ) Ceorge : W. ncnofr. A 'I'IUAI. FIU -Adllrcas hostel' 1\lIll1ul1l Co. , Buffalo , N. Y. For saga hy u'l doalOl' Price , GO conI II. Men That Sllcceed. The ] mon whom I have seen nncct eO best In life h...

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 — 24 March 1905

. - - - - - - - . . ; , . . . TilE , FALLS CITY . TRIBUNE Published Every 11'riday at : FALLS CITY , NE13RASKr\ . 13r , ' . TRIBUNE , PUBLISHING CO. I. . , : ' - " ' IattterC(1 as secOIHt-ctass matter , .Tanu- - at'yl , IIJO-tat thc post oniccat 1.'al1s 1 ; . City , Neh. , under the Act of Cong-rcs : , of Mardi : J , IS(1) . . ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ONE DOLLAR pgl YEAN . 'l'clcphol1c No. 22J. : . JUDGE C. B. LETTON . ! , .Among' candidates mcntion- . "ed for supreme judg'c to succccd ; Judge Holcomb is Judge C. B. b p- _ Lctton of Fairbury , NcLr. Judge , , ' Lctton was on thc bench of this , district for eight years and ser- : 'cd his 'peoplc with a fairness and Pte" ' . ; ability that excitcd thc admiration - ; tion and rcspect of all parties. . . 1'hc supreme court recog'nixcd his commanding ability \ by ask- t . ' jug him to resign from the dis- .t trict bench and accept the position , of supreme _ court commissioner. 'rhis hc did and has ever since be...

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 — 24 March 1905

- ALL SICK WOMEN SHOULD READ MRS , FOX'S LETTER - - In All Parts or the Unitd Btntes Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound USB E1fccWd Similar Gurel. Many wonderful cures of female ills arc cuutinually coming to light whIch have been brought about by Lydia K l'inlchnm' Vegetable Compound : , and r t W { 'E + Y.t 1 44r [ 'an nie D. Fox t' through the advice of Mrf Plnlcham , of ' . ) 'lIn. 'hu.s. , which Is given to sick i wOlllen nhOllltd ! free of churgo ' Mrs l'inlha01 has for many years rlllule fL study of the ills of her sex ; she has ! consulted with und advised thousands of suffering women , who trlav owe not only their health but even life to her l.dIfnl ) nh'ice. 'Irs Fannie 1 > , Fox of 7 Chestnut ntn'ct Brac1ford.l'n. , writes Dear MI" ! ' . Pinkham : - " I Itulreml for a long time with . womb trouble . filill flnally WILl told ! by my ph . . "Iclull flint I hn.ll\ tumor 011 the "omh. 1 slid nut . . want to lIIhllllt to /In operation W wrote von for 1\II\'k. I received ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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