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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 April 1905

. L I Thee is Nothing Doing , ' Al . A I . - 1 1. . . I , If f ' - = s More pleasant and profitable than raising good horses. "TOM"-The finest black . percheron in the county. . " 1i'RI'1 Z"-Chestnut sorrel l of unusual breeding qualities. "DECK" son of Fritz , needs only to be seen to be ap- preciated. These three stallions will be at my barn in Barada every , Monday and Tuesday ; at my farm 3 miles south of Barada , j Wednesdays , Thursdays and Friday forenoon. Tom and : , . Fritz Friday afternoons and Saturdays at Farmers feed yards I' : Falls City Nebraska . I " TER tIS- To insure colt to stand and suck , Tom $12.00 , Fritz $10.00 and Deck $8.QO. Matt Schulenberg - . t' : Legal Notke. In the Richardson count district conrt. . State uf Nellrasim. Hubert C. Gleui Plaintiff , vs. A rvilll . A. Glenn , 'rherer-a G. 1 , 'Vorlltalt1 , Silt1eun 'orthalt1 , The i State Banlc uf Du Bois , Du Bul , . Pi . . . ' Nebraska , \1. W. .i\lu e1lt1an , J. v. , Hatllwn , 'l'he nlllmuwn heirs uf J....

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 — 28 April 1905

. . . . ----r.- : . - " ' . : : - . . , , . . . " - w - \ ' r. " " I. . _ oIII.11Il r . . , , . . . . . . - - . . . . . - . - - - - , , - ' J" . . " # ' , ' " . " t- : . - : ; I' . . Have You Seen the New Things In Moulding to go with the Wall Paper ? If not go to the White Wall Paper Store I and see the new things for Spring Decorating. . Everything in the Latest Things. H \ W HIT E' S ! Wall Paper & Paint Store : 1 I I I COAL COAL T S The Only Exclusive Feed Store in the City. ( n Also halllllo all kllllt of Coat and wool : call fill orders on short notice. Plenty of o Flour , round Jo'c.M , Bran and Shorts : Grain , Baled hay and Straw : Rock Salt ) > 7Sc per cwt. , Fine Ground Rock Salt 40c per cwt. . Mlchhran Salt $1.50 per barrel , too tb. sacks Loc : Crushed Shells for Chickens SI.25 per cwt. , Ground Oil Cake $2.00 r O per cwt. Prussian , Pralls , Watkins Stuck and Poultry 'oods. Cash for Butter , I C JoIfIfHallltPoultr : : O. P. HECK.I : , ! FEED FEED . . - - - - McN...

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 — 28 April 1905

. 4 Shubert Notes. ; , Shub'rt has one of the best little hotels 111 the county . Saloon licenses were granted to Schulenberg Brothers and Shu- bert and Harmon by the village board Monday nigh Frank Shubert demonstrated ; at a the village board meeting Mon- ; da ) ' night that he is not to be coerced into doing anything 1' John P. King is of course , the } ' chairman of the village board. I r Mr. King is as widely known as . hnv ; man in the county and he is. , worthy of all the good things his neigbbors say about him. any Hutching is the g-eneral custodian of the peace and pur- suit of happiness of the vi11age. r He has charge of his father's business and is showing his pa- I temal ancestor how things should , ' be done _ John Evans of the Shubert H - - bank is the busiest man in town. j ' Shubert has had bitter experil'nce , . : with its ank's. but the Farmers , . bank under the management of : , l\Ir. Fvans is as solid 'as a rock of 'I ' } : ' Gibralter and is deserving of the 'I...

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 — 28 April 1905

' - - - - " - . _ _ _ ' _ : : : : _ . . . = - = . . _ _ _ . _ _ ' . . - . " " ' n"w 1'n"w 1/ i . _ . . _ - - - , - - - _ . . - . I I H. Simons was up from Rube ' 1' \ icslay. E(1 Murphy of Shubcrt was in T town Saturday. . : H. .C. ' Boyd of Humboldt was in town Monday. \V. L. Porter of Salem was in ' town ucsday. ' " H. S. King returned honk from : \ Omaha \Vcclncselay. . B. Ii' . Crandal was Ul from Reserve - ar serve cdncsday. . , \Valtcr Banks of Reserve Kan- . i I gas was in town ucsday. \ Miss JennieThompson Stella was in this city Saturday. " J as. IcKicvcr spent Sunday with friends in Nebraska City. ; Henry Sintering jr. of Barada ! was a business visitor Monday. i , Winnie and Margaret Ryan of ! ; r Dawson spent Saturday in this ! city , I l obt' Maxwell and Roy Swcet- , land were up from HiawathaSun- . . ' I , day. . : Judge Scott spent several days ! t the first of the week in Lincoln and 1Iastings. ; Albert and Dollie'Ii ' lshal1 , of , 'l"'ryon , Oklahoma , returned to'...

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 — 5 May 1905

' I , 'I ' ' f' ' 4 ht' j'alts otitl ! ri1t1tnt. : _ 1 . . . 16----n - - ; ; ; - NE- A-FRIDA , -MAY , . . Vo1.II. No. iG FALLS CITY ' NEBRASKA FRIDAY MAY 5,1905. - - Whole No 70. ; " , DIED. Miss Nellie Lewis , the young- est daughter of the late John 11. Lewis of Shubert , died at her home at that place last Sunday morning , at the age of 28 years , after a lingering illness of sev- eral months. The deceased had ' been a cripple all o'f her life , never having been able to walk , but she had always been a patient sufferer , always ready with a smile and a kind word for all with whom she came in contact y ' Her last illness extended over a _ period of several months , the best medical aid that could be pro- > cured availing her nothing and she was relieved. ot her suffering as stated above by Him who cloeth all things well. The funeral was held on Tues- . clay and the remains interred in I' ' the Prairie Union cemetery. She r. leaves to mourn their loss an } aged mother and sever...

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 — 5 May 1905

, . H. Simons was up from Rube Tuesday Ed Murphy of Shubcrt was in town Saturday. H..C. ' Boyd of Humboldt was in town Monday. ? \V. L. Porter of Salem was in town 1\1Csday. H. S. King returned home from Omaha \Vc < lncslav. B. F. Crandal was up from Reserve - serve cdncsclay. . n Walter Banks : of Reserve Kan- f. 5as was in town 'l'ucsday. ' ' of Stella _ Miss Jennie Thompson was in this city Saturday. r " J as. I\'lcKicver spent Sunday " with friends in Nebraska City. Henry Silvering jr. of Barada . " was a business visitor l\'londa" \Vinnic and Margaret Ryan of Dawson spent Saturday in this city , l obt' Maxwell and Roy Swcct- land were up from HiawathaSun- clay. I Judge Scott spent ' several days thc first of thc week in Lincoln I and Hastings. " Albert and Dollic Mii1shall , of 'l'ryon , Oklahoma , returned to their home today. I , Mr and \lrs. Craig , of Lin- coln , spent the past week at thc home of \V. S. Leyda. I Mrs. J. A. Ryan and children : were up from St. Joe and sp...

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 — 5 May 1905

rii ' : " ' . 1 ! ' , ' ' " - " " " , " " , , rr" , ' ' ' , . , , 1" _ ' ' , ' , . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 't' " " I- ' , ' ' , . ' , ' " ! I' ; : " ' 'r'f' ' , ' , it , " , . . , .I' . . , " . " , ' : t , t ' 'III. . l t . ( lht jj alts atit ! ! ( jJri1tun m . \ . Vol.II. No. 16 Uu - - - FALLS CITY 'u NEBRASKA , - FRIDAY , - MAY 5 , 905' Whole No 70. ' . DIED. ; " . t l ' Miss Nellie Lewis , the young- est daughter of the late John M. Lewis of Shubert , died at her home at that place last ! : Sunday " morning , at the age of 28 years , I ' after a lingering illness of several eral months. The deceased had been a cripple all oJ her life , t never having been able to walk , but she had always been a patient , { - sufferer , always ready with a ' : , smile and a kind word for all N " , with whom she came in contact. Her last illness extended over a 4 period of several months , the best fItIT medical aid that could be pro- cured availing her nothing and ; she was relieved , of her suffering as...

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 — 5 May 1905

I' TTIJTII : : . - ' . . Council Meelin . May 1st city council met in rc- gular session with aU members present and Mayor Holt in the chair. Claims were allowed ] } to the amount of $3,440.98. , Reports last year showed a shortage of ' $1,100 and this year thc amount r was reduced to 41771. Report t . of thc water commissioner as to f thc testing of wells ] } was recicvcd , v' . read and acccptcd and they will ] } 'J. continue this work as soon as u , ' possiblc. Mcssrs. Holt and Reagan retir- ed from thc council and a vote of thanl was extended thcm. Lcyda's bonds were approved . also ; O. W. Brown's for city clerk , IvI. N. Bair for city engineer and all were sworn in. Matters of thc Mercy hospital were referred to the committee I on thc poor. Mayor Lcyda made the follow- 'l ing appointments and all were approved. i J. E. Leyda , city attorney ; N. 1\ Van Winkle , water and light commissioner ; Geo. McFarland , ! street commissioner ; Dr. W. H. Kerr , city physician. . \ The counc...

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 — 5 May 1905

r Willis Ransom was a Hiawatha visitor Sunday. ( I G. L. Barnes of Salem was in ' .f.t ! ' i 'r' " town : Monday. . Mrs. Lulu Felt of Shubert was shopping here Mondav. : C. J : . Santo of Arago was in the city 011 business truesday. John Gehling left Tuesday for ' - St. Joe to visit relatives. J. H. : Morehead was a business visitor in Verdon Tuesday. John Crook was an Omaha visitor the first ot the week. Claude Foreman was down ' I from Auburn l'wlor.day. ; John Ryan was down from Dawson on business Tuesday. . r J. R. l'wIickel , of the Lincoln ' t Star , was in our city l'wlonday. i " L. Dore returned on Tuesday t from a week's stay in Omaha. . B. F. : Morgan was d B. & : M. passenger for Kansas City Tues- day. day.Mrs. Mrs Elizabeth Shaffer of Slm- bert was visiting frIends in this city : Monday. F. L. Blakeney and F. A. Nims of Nuns City were Falls City vis- ito's : Monday Miss Maggie Ryan' was down , from Dawson on business the first of the week. Harry Kistner and wife of 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 — 5 May 1905

. - - - . - . . - - " - = . . . . . " , . . , " ' - , , nm-- . . .1"1I:1f1Jlr : ] j 1 n Illi I II _ JU III . . . . k . : TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I Entered as second-ctass matter at : . Falls City , Nebraska , post office , January - I' " ary 12 , 1904 , under the Act of Congress r- , , of March 3,1 1879. I. . , kl 1 Published every Friday at l alls City , r , - " Nebraska , by 3. / , . "I ; The Tribune Publishing Gmp : .ny ; 1. t l' ' One year----- _ - _ - - _ - . _ - . . . $ . , ' , Six months _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . _ .60 t ! 'l\hree months _ uUuu _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ : .35 TELEPHONE 226. How about those stub trains ? . 'Ve would suggest that when , O. A. Cooper comes down to the congressional convention that t Iayor J4eyda turn over the keys of the city to him. Get out your shell on June 1st. Be an enterprising for one day. There will be several hun- dred strangers in town. Decor- ate your stores. Show the dele- gates a good time. Help Falls City make a good tmpr...

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 — 5 May 1905

ONLY PARTLY CONVINCED Man with Money Order Was Com- \ ' pletely Overhauled by Clerk Who Sought Ide'ntification. . . M , 'Q , ( , - The glerk in the money order die . vision of the post office looked Hhurpl.r at the mun who hud pre seated an order to be cashed , says the Chicago 'rribnne. " \Vho sent Jon this ? " he de , IJI : , ) manded. ' 1.t , j ' ( I , "tlohn Philander Avery , " re. : plied the man. , I The clerk hunted up the letter I of advice und compared it with . , , , ) the order. . , \ . 4 "Is your name Abfmlom RIck , I etts ! " I "Yes , sir. " " ! 1ae you anything in Your pockets to identify you ; ! " f , 'Yes Here's the letter the OJ" ti \ tIel' came in. " . The cleric exumhwd the superscription . ' sel'iption cal'pfull AnJ'thing else ! " ' . . _ "YP , Mu. 11PI'"H n lot of other Y . letters with the . m.y name on en , 'elopes. " 1f 1 " ' ' " f "AnJ'thing else ! 4 "Hel'p is nrv accident insul'ancl ' ' I )10 ) Ii e.\ " . " He handed it over and then proceeded . . . 'eeded ...

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 — 5 May 1905

. . - . . - - . - , : . . . . ; . . : , . - ; : ; ' - . : . = ' : . : - , " n ' - - J _ _ , .1 n _ . . . . . . _ " . . W'MV' n . - - a I Eat Sowles Candy. Will J'nne spent Sunday in Auburn. Remember the City Pharmacy l for Wall paper ! ! John Walker cattle down from Verdon Sunday. Laura Gilroy came down from . Dawson Saturday. I W. H. Dragon of Verdon was in this city Sunday. . I John S. Stull of Auburn was : . i ; in this city Sunday. ; : I I Joy Andrews spent Sunday I ' with friends in Omaha. l : 1lrs. ; Morris returned to her home in Stella Saturday. ; , I y ; I Clara LanO"hrev spent Sunday \ J with relatives in this city. See Coupe & Thornton for all kinds of salt and fresh fish. i , Ivlrs. George Jorn of Verdon spent Sunday in this city. . Arthur Callison of Auburn spent Sunday in this city. J. F. Walsh of Humboldt was a business visitor Monday. Dr. R.P.Robertsdentist over Kings Pharmacy. W. E. Mitchell was down from Dawson Saturday on business. Lard , ham and Bacon at very...

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 — 5 May 1905

. . - . ' - , ' " ' - ' "H. " . , . ' ' . I' . . , I , . ' I Ikfrit. r J J ' I 1 FOLEY'S KiDNEY CURE . . : . , Will ' of Kidney ,1 ' ' positively cure any case y L : < : ' \ " , , " x or Bladder disease not beyond the reach f i : ; ; : : . ( . " " , . J' of medicine. No medicine can do more. . } ' . . . . , ' . ' , , : . : , r r , . FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE 1IIId Stan I and Gravel With Excruciating Pains , , i . A. H. Thurnes , Mgr. Wills Creek Coal Co. , Buffalo , 0. , writes : ' , . . , . . . eel have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years , pass- " ! " " . . strengthens the urinary Ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains. Other medicines only organs , gave relief. After taUng ) FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE the result was . ' . . builds the kidneys and invig- surprising. A few doses started the brick dust , like fine stones , etc. . . [ ! . Up J g - and now I have no pam across my kidneys and I feel like a new man. : , the whole FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has done me $1,000 w...

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 — 5 May 1905

, , > " ' " , . , . . . . " , . - . ' , , t' ; . fA MOTHER AND THE SON. i New York r.8 Opine Makes Delivery 1 to a Very Vague Addres8- Let- ter from Ircln.nd. Among thc truly remarkable { f feats performed hJ' thc post of- I I flee employes in the way of de- i. I L ciphering addresses and discover l j ing the persons t.o whom letters . I are addressed , the following incident - dent , related in Youth's Com pan- c ion , which took place in Ncw York ' trot long ago , is one of thc most in- ; . t tel'eHUng. A leUPI : was received at / thc general ofhce addressed I simply : "My i' Mot.hel' ' , New York , o . America. " i , i The chirography was somewhat I , " \ difJicult , but even With this final- I t I.y I } mastered and the deciphering . ; uf its Irish post mark , the fact ' \ Iha t t there was more than one .i . [ pother in Manhattan with a son { \ in Ireland made the post otlice IK'oplp despair of ever discovering the t rightful owner. A clay 01' two after thc receipt of this m...

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 — 5 May 1905

9 SHOE. WHIMS Almost every man has Shoe vVhims of his own. Nothing irritates him more than being urged to buy a totally different kind of shoe from those he wants , simply because the Shoe Store in question doesn't carry his favorite kind. " We can please nearly every man with Shoes. Not all- that would be impossible , but , at least , you won't be talked into bad or unsuitable Shoes. The Choice of Good Shoes t here is both exceptionally and surprisingly large. They are bettl.r , by a dollar or more , than any other Shoes you can find at the price. The spring Styles ) await your coming. OEO. B. HOLT 1tM _ _ & Have You Seen I . , Our new Buggies and Surries we have just ' received a car load of them and when in need of a Buggy or Surry call on us. Don't forget we fly are carryhlg the best and biggest line of hnple- ments and are also agents for the W. C. Shinn Lightning Rods. When you Need anything call and get our prices before buyil1g. YOURS TRULY WERNER ! MOSI- MAN & CO. ....

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 — 5 May 1905

- - - . . . . . . . . . . . . - - -----0' : . : : : . , _ _ _ _ " _ . _ - . 0'n An Interesting Letter On the Drainage Question . . Salem , Neb. , April 28 , 1905.- The Tribune Publishing Co. , Falls City , Neb.-Gent1emen : After having discussed the enclosed - closed letter of John \V. 'rowle at considerable length in a letter directed to me , it has occured to me that possibly the same might not be uninteresting to your read- i ers , and I submit the same to you I for publications for the two following - I\ , \ " lowing reasonsFirst : , many are asking questions along the same I line indicated by : Mr. 'rowle's 1 I letters , and second , you arc more ; , . familiar with my hand writing "i that John rowle and the other , ' fellows , that is all. Yours truly i. I i , ; R. E. Grindstead. I Towle's LeCler. ; Omaha Neb. , April 27,1905.- , ' Mr R. E. . GrinsteadSalemNeb. , , I -Dear 'lr-As : .you know , I am very much interested in that drainage matter It is my opinion , as I have writt...

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 — 5 May 1905

S f ( Chamberlain' Cough Remedy the Very Beat. "I have been using Clianmber- , lain's Cought Remedy and wan to say it is the best' cough medicine - icine I have ever taken " says Geo. L. Chubb , a merchant of 'Harlan , Mich. There is no question - i . tion about it being the best , as it will cure a cough or cold in less time than any other treat- . , r - mente It should always be kept ready for instant use , for a cold can be cured in much less time when promptly treated. For sale by Kerr's Drugs Store. Y K E. WALKER A.E. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Cleveland's Store . Hours from I to 2 ; 7 to 9 Phone 170 - - - - ' - , GEO. H. PARSELL M. D ' Telephone No 88 Office at Residence : ; , , Office Hours : 8 to 10 a. m. ; j f 1 to 3 p. m. 1 , While play ing ball after school Tuesday Clifford Wahl accidently hit Mark Cronenberger on the . . . head with a ball bat cutting a deepgash just above the e'e. Dr. ' Fast was called and dressed , . , the wound and the little boy IS getting a...

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 — 5 May 1905

. _ . b " w ; 9MNM III.I.J.ll- ' ! ' 67 ' ' "MSOLIIpM VA IIJJJt' ! ' MIIM . . ! _ . Verdon. Work is progressing on thc i I ' ! new Bank { Win Harnack came up from I Falls City on : Monday. \ W. A. Nussbaum was a I li'a11s , City visitor : Monday. ' John Ahern of Shubert was . f ' on our street Priday. ? , I Vivian Mayfield was a Falls , ' City visitor : Monday Harry Goolsby of Lincoln is ! visiting his brother A. D. 1 trhe sherifT. John Hossack was on our streets last tl'hursday. ' \ j John .Morchead : of Falls City transacted business here the first to the wcek. l\Ir.Swan of Omaha visited his sister A. C. Petty the first of the week , : Mrs. Price and Son returned to their home in l ' alls City , the first of the we k. A car load of brick arrvcd for the new , bank building the latter r part of the week. A : Mrs. Combs returned from Ord r1 Neb. , where she spent a couple 1 month with rclativcs. Josh Lord oC Salem drove over I F'riday 1 evening his daughter Vera accompanied him home....

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 — 12 May 1905

" . " ' . , . 'no ' ! ' : " I" ; ' " ' 'If. ; ' ' " , ' . . ' ' ! ! rIO' ' ' , , ' . , jB'I , < I"1f " " " 'r.r."Ji'n " ' . . " , , , . , , ' I . . \ . , . . itt I tL 1 ttM , , 4aIIii itU L Vo1.II. No. 16 FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , l'RIDAY , ' MAY 12 , 1905. Whole No 71 _ _ m _ _ : j' "A Pointer to Advertisers. " t. ' Under the above heading the Falls City Journal has distributed a little pamphlet relative to the circulation of the three local newspapers. The admonition ; "don't show this to anyone" is 1 given to each advertiser who re- ti' ceivcs the phamplet. ' The statement - I ment is made in this remarkable . I document that will not or cannot ' : - endure publicity that the Journal circulates 356 papers in Falls l'- t Ctiy , the News 308 and The Tribune 155. The information . contained was obtained by a member of the Journal family i n a house t o. house can- vass. : Mrs. Thomas : Martin who made the canvass has evidently made several minor mistakes so , far as The Tribune is ...

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 — 12 May 1905

BITS OF PARIS ETIQUETTE. Manual Has Just Been Issued in ' . ' 'J. , ' . Franco to Guide Doth Men f and Women. nOW one oughtJo behave in po lite society ilJ : always nn interest ingtopie , and even if we know all about it it iH worth while to hear what the latest mentor has to say on this Sl'OI'e.wl'he Etiquette of Politeness and the Usages of Modern . 'I'll Society in all the Circumstances . 'es of I.Jife" is the ponderous title of a bulky volume issued ! : in Paris on this entertaining subject. As an index to the ] behavior of French women and French men it , is significant to note that young wives are counseled to banish from their dwelling the "danger- OUB visitor , " giving him to understand . stand that "J'ou can never be anything more to him than a stranger " Young men who think they look well on horseback Bhould meditate this sage advice : "If you : arc not an experienced equestrian ( ] , do not accompany the Indies to houn s. " Men who have attained a cer- lain age are told ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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