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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 12 August 1904

: ' . . _ _ _ . . ' . ' This Will Interest Mothers. , ether ; Gray's Sweet Powders for Chl1. , (1ron , used by Mother Gray , a nurse In Children's Home , Now York , Cure 'e\'er. . ; . ; 18h1lOS8 , Dad Stomach , Teething Disorders ' move and regulate the bowels and destroy WormR. Sold by all Druggists , 25c. Sample F1tEE. Address A. S. Olmsted LeRoyN. t , , t4. All spinsters are single from choice , , -they say. When Your Grocer Says he does not have Defiance Starch , you may be sure he Is afraid to keep It un- til his stock of 12 oz. packages are old. , Defiance Starch Is not only better . ter than any other Cold Water Starch but contains 16 oz. to the package Ullll sells for same money IlS 12 oz brands , , Costume Like a Rainbow. When Disraeli was a young man he once went on a vacation trip to Corfu in this extraordinary costume : "A blood . red shirt with silver buttons 0.8 big as shillings , an Immense scarf for girdle , full of pistols and daggers , red cap , red slippers , broa...

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 — 12 August 1904

. ' " ' ' . . , , ' " " . . , ; , ' . . . , 1 _ _ ; - - - , , ' . . ' Augusts 1904 liE JLL 1.,11Y ' 'lKIUUN , . - \ . LOCAL AND PERSONAL. . , v. W ' Abbey has been on thc sick Jist. \V B. Schmuckcr is ill of ma- laria fcvcr. Grant Windle , wife and daughter - tcr spent Sunday in Vcrdon. Jessie Barry was viewing thc Exposition at St. Louis last wcek. Harry Burchard is visiting with his parents in this city. John Moran and daughter Lillian returned Sunday from St. Louis. Rcavis Gist attended thc Ep- worth League assembly in Lin- coln. 1\lrs. Joseph Varncr and ( laughter - tcr Marion arc visiting relatives in Kingston , : Mo. John Sheely of Rule went to Bonesteel Saturday afternoon to file his claim. Ingram Cain of Stella is enjoy- ing a vacation on account of an injured foot. Frank 14ichty shipped three car load of cattle to Kansas City the first of last week. A. Earnst , wife and daughter of Seattle , Washington are visit- ing C. \Viltse and family. Andrew Cameron and family arc spen...

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 — 12 August 1904

! . - , . ' ' ' ' , ' : : = - ' - T1i1IE ODD \ . CORNER t.\ . - ' The Green Man's Burden. Take tip the green nnn's burden , Stand forth and 10 your best fro ripen him a little , So ho can 1o the rest. ne Is not altogether ' 13tsyond a\slstullce yet , . . And promptness still ratty save him Frolll many a trap and net. : 'l'ake up the green mnn' , burden . ' And let him know thlll ho Can't monkey down In Wall street \Vith great Impunity ; Strive earnestly to teach him , That It Is scarcely meet For " lambs , yet young and frisky , 1'0 butt Into the street. Take UI the green man's burden , Show him that bonds and stocks And lightning rods and gold bricks , i Are llll' ! d with painful shocks ; ' Teach him the hunko steel'Ol'1i Are hot upon his trail 4 , TO catch the guileless lobster , 'l ' By interview or mall Take up the green lIIan's burden , Awake him from his dream That woman's wiles and witching Are always what they .CCIII Restrain his fevered ( nudes , .t Lead him way to cool , ...

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 — 12 August 1904

- . - ' _ - - - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - " ; - , - - - - - c----------------------------- - _ - - - . - - - , - - - - U- , to ) I . . . August 12 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE " ' ; ' " } . Correspondence News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents Verdon. herb Howe arrived in town last Sunday. S. \Vhcatly was in halls City Monday. Irvin Hcimcrs was down from Stella on Sunday. J. S. Lord and family visited in Salem on Sunday. M.G. Jones of Salcm was in town last tl'hursday. 1\lrs. Marion Arnold is under " thc care of Dr. traylor. x Oco. Mcslcr and wife were in ' halls City last Sunday. _ The new street lamps acId quite . J. a bit to thc appearance of our [ f little burg- ! Chas. Pc.kham let t Monday . ! for South Dakota to work in thc harvest ficlds. Cco. 14um was transacting business in Falls City thc latter part of thc wcck. \V. Stump and family enjoyed a visit on Sunday from two of his brothers from Falls City. Aug. 4th Cora and Fred Swisc- good went...

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 — 12 August 1904

l - < : j" , . . . . . : ' " : I , \ . . . . - 1 ' f . . . t } , I , . . . t I , . Temperature of Churning. Many a farmer's wife spoils her butter by churning at too high a temperature. The result Is that the I product of her churn Is greasy and poor In quality and leeeps for but a short time. Some people also put hot water into the cream to make the but ter come quicker. The result of this rise In temperature Is to destroy the grain and at the same time Incorpo- rate with the butter a great deal of casein , which Is the part that goes to make the body of cheese. This but ter is increased In quantity also by the Incorporation of an unusual amount of water. If the butter Is made when the temperature of the cream Is at , say , 80 degrees , the lands s of a butter will result that It it came , ; under the eyes of United Slates dairy Inspectors would be excluded fror.1 the , market and the sellers thereof fined . . for selling butter with a water coat - . I tent above the legal 16 pe...

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 — 12 August 1904

- _ ' ! ! . ' " : . - " . ' . . : . _ , _ _ " " , , _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ - - _ - - . . . . - . . . . . - . - . . . " , - " R..r'U. . , . . . w ' + . . _ " - - _ . = . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - _ . . . : w + . . . . . - - _ August 12 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' 1'h. . g-ospclmccting-s conducted by Hcv. Haskins arc well attended - cd and prove interesting many. 'l'hc large chorus organized for thc occasion gives a dclightful song service each cvcning. There will bc no tent meeting Sunday morning as Mr. Haskins will , preach at his church but there will bc services at thc tent Sun- day afternoon and Sunday evening - ing and every evening next weck. All arc welcomc. Humboldt. ? Irs. John Norton is visiting her children at Lincoln and Hasting-s. Laura Irit1clly l of Stella spent the past week or two with her sister , Mrs. Lou Beard. Master Dewey Simms suffered some inconvenience from a fish hook in his foot one day last week. Quite a crowd from here attended - ed thc picnic at Auburn la...

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 — 19 August 1904

- - - . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . ' 'J _ - - - - . _ . . _ . _ _ : ' _ . . _ _ . _ . . _ . _ _ _ , _ _ . . _ . _ . _ _ . ' ' . . . . . . _ I . , : . ' r \ . 'aIIci Otitj1 4 _ _ _ - _ , . VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , AUGUST 19 , 1904. } NUMBER 33 - - - - f ! LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Anderson Miller left \Vednes- day for Idaho. L. E. Wise came up from Reserve - serve Monday. D. C. Kirkpatrick was a Daw- son visitor tl'uesday. A. Graham is viewing the exposition - . position at St. Louis. Ruth l\1etzger is visiting with relatives in Auburn 'trom Pot et returned from Grand Island Monday. . . James Morris of Stella was a . Falls City visitor 110nday. r 4M ! - Sadie Schmucker visited in this city the first of the week. , i Mr. Karnes , the apple buyer I F 1 : . went to Stella tl'uesday. ' ; \Vm. Hanna left Tuesday r afternoon for Humboldt. t , A. D. Larabee of Preston call- i cd at this office Monday. ! 1 \V. H. Schmelzel was in the 1 city the first of the week. r G. N. Ti...

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 — 19 August 1904

F t . . " " " " ' " " , . " 'ft' ' " " . " - . " . . . - - - - - - . llAP FLEET WINS ! , - - " ; ADMIRAL AMIMURA I REPORTS' ' \ SEVERE ENGAGEMEN I 'I ! tilE ' CRUISER RURIK ( IS SUH ! { ! Two of the Russian War Vessels Es i cape to the Nortwnrd-Shlps Believed ' I 1 IIeved to De Badly Crlppled-Re. ' ports That the' Naval ' Battle Is Still I : "j j Ragl/1g. - I , 'I'Ol\rO.-Vlce Adlllrnl } Kam1t1l11rr1 I : o/1collntcred the Hils sinn ! \1:1IIIvolltole I I IHllIl1elt'O/1 nt dawn today north of 1'SII j I Island In the strait of Coroa. and at j ' ' tacked the enemy nt on co. The battle I lasted for five hours and resulted In D cOlllllloto Japanese vlclm'y. The Itus- ! i ' ulan cruiser / Hul'lle was sunk und the : cruisers Hossla and Grolllohol fled to I 1 I the northward , after havIng sustained serious Ilalllago. ' \ Vice Admiral Knlllllllul'It cables the navy department that the Injuries In. I 1IIcteli upon hlH vessels were slight. ,1 The fate of the crew of the flunk Is ! t not known. ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 19 August 1904

. \i \ , . August 19 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE J 'ilMfI . . " . f " INJ f J F. W. Cleveland's , , , / Clearance Sale - . . . . . . - - L _ . . . . . . . . . _ _ _ _ trhe man in thc pic- . hire is wearing a suit RandTatloredbrCahntYarld&C . , , - I identical with thc ones , r : u ' ' ' wc arc selling" ' rhc artist drew this picture of a man wearing - t lug one of our g"ar- = . , : : ' iilcnts so as to show i-.e. , . you thc exact appcar- : , ancc of this suit in a I" trying position. t l You do not have to t't1 ti ' bc of regular propor- , ? ; tions for us to fit you. Our sizes run in longs , slims and stouts , ( ! so that wc can meet thc requirements of , + % r { ; ax'4 . . . ris" wqc sour fig-ure as well as I tny tailor. . 1 I All our garmcn ts ( bear thc Uion Label , t' , ' , f - the symbcl of sani- . . a v , ata sof. Caha , Wampold ec Co. , ChcaLv ( m I tart' and worthy ; : IS . " , We are making I Special Re = i ductions on' all Summer Cloth = ing to make room for New Fa...

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 — 19 August 1904

" , " , , ' : : " ' ' ' " " ' . ) 'r > . ; "F" ; . _ ; , ; " . - IT "h " , ' . ) f . . ' ( < ! . . . . . . , - _ . . . . . . . , . . . . . - v . . . . . . . . . . . " , tlTATII : or 01110 , CITY OF ' 1'OI.JIJOl . I 1.UIA8 ! COUN1Y f ee. FRANK J. CIlr.NF.Y IlInkoR oath that ho la senior J'1nrlllor of mho nflll of I' I . J. CIIICNICY .t ; Co , doluir I Illulucu In the City of 'foicelll , COllll11 /loel Rt&t" nforcenld , and that .nlll t nrlll will pay the BIIIIl ot ONB IIIJ"IJIIIW IIOJ.I.AWI for CRrll and every cnee of ( lA'rAnlill Ihnt cnrulUt bu cured hy the use ot I 11AI.L'e , CATAIIIIII CUllY. I'HANK .1. OIlI NF.Y. Sworn 10 before 1110111,1 eubecribcd In my pres eneo , tllll Glh ( day uC IIccelllhcr , A. 1) 1886. - ' - A. W. ( ILI ARON , J --l 1 .2'i f Noranr 1'trntro. eCilnrrh Core In tnkcn internally and acts directly UII Ihu blued nllli IIIUCIHln surfaces of the .YllolII. Send ! fur IIrIlIlIlIHln , Iree. 1'.1 " . rtmny : .t : CO" , Toledo , O. Sold lIy nil 1)rtiggl.te...

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 — 19 August 1904

. . . . . . . . . " . . . . , ' < V"'I. . . . . . " , , , " ' . " ' & . . . " . . - . . > 0. ' . < . . ' . . . : < f- , , w . . " . . , . , 6 " , . . . August 19 1904 TI-IE ' FALLS crl y TKIUUN . . - j . LOCAL AND PERSONAL. King's for purscs. Eat Sow1cs Candy. . j School iima'ains hold sway this I \ ( " . " week a . Ross otter visitecl Rube friends J ; .i Sunday. f Jim 1\1cKicvcr spent Sunday in Hiawat.ha. Ed McKicvcr was a crdOI1 visitor 1\1onday. George Abbot returned from Omaha Moi1lay. Hcnry Rogers came down from Beatrice Sunday. 1\11' Page came down from Dawson lIouday. Anna Dorrington returned from St. Louis Friday. liV H. \Vylie came to Falls City thc first of the wcek. . , The B. & M. depot has received a new coat of paint. Everybody invited to call on I Dr. l\Icl\ri1lan , Druggist. I I Coupe & 1'hornton handle noth- ing but the best of mcats. A. F. Meycrs and son were I Hastings visitors Friday. I Will and 1\1aud Hearst returned from St. Louis Saturd...

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 — 19 August 1904

fI I - - _ h _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - ON FEMININE TOPICS , , - - - - j . ' SUBJECTS OF INTEREST TO THE I FAIR SEX. Descriptions of the Latest Fashion Mandntcs-Pretty Styles In Yoke Collars-How to Make Many Good I Things for the Table. , Girl's Yoke Collars. II . No one of the many accessories of the ' setCfson 'i1r".noro attractive or more useful limn the yoke collar. It makes . , the plain frock a dressy one. It brings I . the dress of last year up to date and It i 18 altogether f . charming In Itself. J I ' . . , \ ' 01"J These very pretty fi ' ' designed ! I 'd. models are - . . signed for young " ! girls and afford a : J . . . . . . generous variety . \ both of shape and ; . / materlnl. As Illustrated - I ( I trated Number One Is made of Inserted tucking with a bertha of plain material lace trimmed : Number Two of lace with I plain banding : Number Three of 1)11' tlste with lace insertion and frill : Number Four of inserted tucking with lace frill and insertion : Number Five I of plain...

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 — 19 August 1904

- - _ _ _ _ . . . _ . _ . _ _ . . _ _ _ _ _ . . . . . _ . . _ -M. . . . . . . . . . , . ' " . . . . . , . ; . . . . . ' . . . . ( . ' . . . ' . . . ' \ . ' ! ' . THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE o' I : \ ' , . ' . . / , . H ( August 19 , 1904 . . . . . , . THE WORLDS ROUTE , , . I : . TO ST. LOUIS - r - AND THE EAST 1 - , ' . Fast Trains Elegant Service . . . ' ; , ' / - - " ' \ : $15 to Portland , Tacoma and Seattle September . . / . . , 15 to October 15 , 1904. : ' } " . $25 to LosAngles , San Francisco and Sacramento ' ' . , - - Cal. Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 , 1904. , . I State Fair at Lincoln , Aug. 29 to Selt. ) 2. Return limit Sept. 3rd. $2.80 round trip. . . ' iTo ' ' ; , " To California and return $45. 00 ' August ' 5 to Sept. loth , return limit Oct. 20. 1 ! _ . : . - St. LoUIS 60 day ltmIt. . . . . . . . . . . . $13.55 St. Louis 15 day limit. . . . . . . . . . . . $12.00 St. Louis 7 day limit Tuesday and Thurs- day of each week . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7.25 Remember there is no c...

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 — 19 August 1904

" , HOME AND FASHIONS. - - - LATEST COSTUMES AND MOST . SAVORY RECIPES. : Pretty Blouse Waist With Nevel Arrangement - rangement of Tucks-Wrapper With Spanish Flounce-Whlto ; Shoes Are Again the Filshlcn. , , I 'Whlte Shoes Arc the FashIon. A s\llply oC white low shoes Is now ready , and a glance at thorn assures us of their coming popularity. White buckskin mllltlng shoes are not to bo confounded with the oxford lICH. They are made with n flat last extension soles and medium weight , with Cuban hoelA. A wide atrlll at ribbed white ribbon la drawn through the single eyelet placed on each side over the rise of the Instep , und this Is . . tied firmly In a neat how. Yachting shoes with cotton lacers , are made of white buckskin , with the flattest of lasts , and the rubber extension - tension aole. The importance of wear- Ing a ruhher-solod shoe , which will not scratch the decks , will be rccog- 1117.ed hy yachtsmen. r oudo.ir it _ Confidences , The fashionable coiffure Is rolled I '...

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 — 19 August 1904

- . . . . . . . aOY PREACHER IN ENGLAND. } , % Earnest and Eloquent , He Has Made a Great'lr \ presalon. The boy preacher 18 creating a great impression , says an English paper. He occupies n tent pitched on n piece of waste land just without Honowa : Station , London , amidst broken bottles I' ' and rusty Undo Lawrence Dennis Is . ' . a handsome , olive . skinned all ] , with long ringlets ] , born of an American , . " . . ncgresB and a French Canadian. He . ' , : . ' seems to have halt no regular educa " ,1 ; ' , ; " tlon , yet he posseses a remarkable command of languages His address Is no parrot.lIke repetition of phrases learnt from others , and his self , pos ' session Is entirely distinct from "Bide , " I . . . . . . ' " .I - ! 1 , t , . . , , ( " ' " 7' \ The Boy PrGache He preached on Sunday on charity. I What struck the observer most was the fact that amongst those who somewhat . . I what nervously "held up their hands" ' ' , , Y , and came forward to prove their n1le- . '...

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 — 19 August 1904

. , . ' . ' " , - . . . . - . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . " " ' t' : . . ' . . . ' . " : ' . . to , ' . , ' , - ' ' , " " . : " , c. . . . ; , , ; , , . ; ' , " , " ' _ i , ) v ; : .t . 3 . . , - . , , ' A. , . " AUgtlSt'I'9..19U4 ' , .1 , " ' , . . , r1'iii' .1'HLLS L-ll Y TKltlUNl , . . . " ' 1 " )0 . - . 1\ \ . . , " ' . . . 'f 2 . ' . 10 . TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published J \'crr Friday at I'ALf4S ! CI'J'Y , NEL'RASKA Dr 'l'HI13UN.m PUBLISHING CO. . 1ntercd as sceolHt-claSH nrtttcr , Jallll- 1 ary 1:2 : , 190 tat thc post onicc at halls City , Nch. , tullertheActof Congress of March 3 , 1871) . - - - - - - - - - - ONE DOLLAR pgl YIaAR L'clcphone No. 22 ( ) . - REPUBLICAN TICKET. her ( President , 'l'heodorc Hoosc\'clt , N. Y. liar Vice PrcsidclIl , . Chas. W. li'airhanl 1 : < s , hid Presidential : : glcctors- 1. < ' . A. Barton , Pawllcc . A. C. Smith , Douglas A. C. Abbott , Dodge 'r. I. . . Non'at , Seward W. I' . Hall , Phelps 1\1. A. Brown , Buffalo . " . ' H H. \Yibol...

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 — 19 August 1904

A . \ . , ( DARKEST RUSSIA I - BY II GUATTAN DONNELLY. Copyright , IWO , by Street as Smith , All rights rCllorYCl1. CHAPTER XII-Continued. KatherIne , her head erect and with , ' " her haughty ; air , walked Ull to her r husband. "Constantino , I should have been horn an cmlH'ess. I was born to command ! Ay , " and her face ' . . assumed even a prouder look , "I should have been the great Katherine - , herself . for even she would never . have ruled Russia with a rod of Iron as I would " Karslcllff said nothing ; he probably ' ably agreed with hor. , "Hrg Olga returned yet ? " ho pres . ently asked. i . ; "No ; she will como with the Bar . . oness van Rhlne1Jerg. " Then after a moment's thought "Olga Is heartless anyhow , " she added. "Sho prefers the society of the baroness to mine , and was overjoyed when I gave her ( permission to drive home with the baroness last night from the Nazi moffs' . " Even as she spoke the great bell sounded outside , and a moment later the voIce of th...

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 — 19 August 1904

. . - . . _ - , . - - - - . - - _ . .r' . . . . - - - - . - - . . - - - . . _ . _ _ , _ . _ . _ _ . _ . . . _ ' . _ August 19 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - , G 1 . . . Obitulry. Sarah B. ( Kcltlc ) icharl . . ' was born in Ycrrion 'I'wp. , Sciota \ Co. , Ohio , .May 7 1835 , and was S married to lIt F. icharl in 185fJ , to which union were born seven : dlildrcn. At thc time of her dcath she was 69 years , 3 months and 3 ; days old. ; IC , Sarah B. Richart grew to j womanhood in thc locality in which she was born ; and after her marriage to H. Ii' ichart , - she with her family , moved to thc state of Nebraska ! : in 1S71) , where they purchased a farm. 'l'hcy livcd on this farm until IS')3 1 ' , when they mo\'cd to Ira11s City , which is now thc home of thc here ft husband and son. : . Mrs. Richart became a member of thc Baptist church in her girl- hood , and lived a consistent christian life until she dicd. " The following children arc left , ; to mourn their loss : Carrie ...

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 — 19 August 1904

. - , . . c'r . . - " - , . . Pr ; . . . ' " " " c'- " ' ; ' f , ? f ; ' " ft' 1 , ( A UNITED STATES SENATOR t Used Pe-ru-na For Dyspepsia With Great Benefit. , , , tar. . , , , t.f ' : . . , , ; : , : . ' ' ' ' : " , . . - . ' 1" , . ; . . . f- .i , . - - J " .f , . 4' I . I HON. M. C. BUTLER , Ex-IIntted States Senator From South I Carolina. Ex - U. s. Senator M. C. Butler from ' : ' " I South Carolina , was Senator from :1' i , . : that state for two terms. In a recent . \ letter from Washington , D. C. , lie says : , , ' . "I can recommend Perllna for dyspepsia . ' " . . . . ( , / pepsia and stomach trouble. I bare been using your medicine for II abort period and 1 feel very much relleved. . . It I. Indeed a wonderful medicine be- . , sides lJ good tonic.M. . C. But/cr. Peru.na is not simply a remedy for > \ dyspepsia. . Peruna is a catarrh remedy. Peruna cures dyspepsia because it is generally dependent upon catarrh of the stomach. If you do not derive prompt and satis- fact...

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 — 19 August 1904

- _ rhT A ; r , . . ' . : . . " , . . . , . . " f. ' . ' " , . . 'f. 1"1 " ' August ; 19 I 19u4 ' 1 t-lL l"\LL crrv ; ' 1'KIUUN ' ' . , . . , - . , " , . ' . " . - , > . ' I' ! lRea vis 'f Abbey I A Quiet Flirtation WI\iUJ \ OBJLC'1' . . . . Innocent Amusement RESULT..SOlllctitlles matrimony and then comes furniture and this is where ve get intcres ed. - - - . . . . . . . . - . "It is the way to 75 cts scved ; of the vise" to buy Linolculll , 6 , 7' Jh I I the best goods for and 12 feet wide , thc least nloney. 50 to 65 cts , hud. \Ve have the Some of our de " line signs ill certain = I . only conlpletelinc , , , of furniture and ly I 111 i tel est you floor and the quality coverings I I ever carried in the and pI' ice i s a re county. right. I Straw matting J I ' ' . , 1al ' f' 12 to 60c ; all wool :1i' : :1i'I Ingrain carpet 50 _ _ _ _ i . IDp < ! t'T C & A hhpv Reavis&Abbey III ' - - - ! i. " .11.:1 I'-Y .v " " ' " - . . ; I II W - ; ; ; ; AA i Missouri Pacific Rail...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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