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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 6 January 1905

r . ! " , I" 'i I ' w- _ : . I I , . - . . . . - . . " JJM JJ ? ATALL OF I11L N&W WriR . . _ . , . " , " Copyright , ISj ! ! , by i' , Tennyson Nee11' , CHAPTER XI-Continued. 'Valt ; you mar change your mind , Senor Jack , " says the agent , dell . , cmtely. "Supose ) Uoblndo , bent upon such ? i dangerous mission , should fall Into the hands of the enemr. They would perhaps feed him to the wild beasts , If you : have any such In the Cuban - 4 chaparral , and possibly the dashing Colonel Spencer would share his fate ; . hut I can see no reason why I should 1 mourn under such conditions. " "Unfortunately It is not such clear . sailing. The senor Intends taking hIs ; . . . .i . . daughters with him upon the oxpedl- ' " tlon " "Monstrous ! The old wretch ! It , must not be allowed ! " cries Jacl\ < ; "You arc powerless to prevent it. " . He has a design behind It all , and hoes ) by the presence of the girls to avoid suspicion A very shrewd old fellow , this Roblado , and a caic...

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 — 6 January 1905

tIJ J EdtlcationalDepartrnent { I Conducted bJ' CountJ'Supcrintcnclcnt Croclcr - - - - - - - - - - I how To Keep Little Folks Busy , Especially in Country Schools 1'0 thc weary teacher who has several gradeR on her hands hc t pt'olJIl'm or "IIow to Keep Little 1'olls Hllsy' is all important ol1e. The object of hils\ wort , is to supply ! pupils with . cmploymcnl : that wil1 occupy .hca < 1 and ( hands ; 1 to lead pupils to ohsc\\'c \ closely ; to lead thcm to he in'cnt0 ; to furnish \ them with Material for 1 thought ; and lo ct ( \ 'elop the chilI's ( powers exprcssing' his thollg'1I 'l'hl' scat work 1 she ld hc g'o\'erl1- i l'd hy and closely related to the class l'xercise. For this find the I Plan stool such a licit to mc in \ preparing' by busy work for the (1av. 1.01' I instance' while studying - ing' birds , for scat work the child- 'l'n call la\ hinl houses , nestsc.tge tree : where bird lip ' c with sticks lI"ing' lentils for birds etc. 'l'hl' 'ett work being . ' . . ' . ...

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 — 6 January 1905

1 I . . . = - . . " : - : - t IS FOE TO DYSPEPSIA. - \ Mechanical Massage Claimed to Be t Friend of Humanity. Indigestion is one of the ranI ; : Weeds that grow up with civilization. . Who ever heard of a dyspeptic SIlV- )1- ' ago ? The man of the stone age had a. digestion that coulll all but assimilate - late the tough hide of the mammoth. Liver lllIs null dyspepsia cures would have had small sales among the Indians when WIlliam Penn made his - . . . . . . . s , R I' . ' . * ( t , r , r , . - i treatr. The higher the civilization the lower the digestive apparatus. Thiststure shows a form of mechan- Ical massage which not only tales ; : off superfluous flesh but It is claimed , actually - I tually rolls away the terrors of .indi- j gestlon. Many have testified to Its I ellicacy.-New York Herald. , : , Hens Used for Hatching Fish. Chinese use hens for hatching the spawn of fish. The method is said to . , Protect the spawn from those accidents - ; dents which very often destroy a lar...

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 — 6 January 1905

1'I ' ' , " - N j j FMY11MM/M1NpAMMM11NAC " ; t 1NTO VCTORYSAL . . r - II I I ; , , , \ : OF HIGH GRADE H , II i PIANOS AND ORGANS Ross P. Curtice Co. , Lincoln , Omaha , Nebraska City H J , ! Nebraska Largest Piano Dealers i We have opened a r1usic Store in Falls City and ' \ During tile Month of January We will offer Special Terms and DiscOllIltS. On our entire line of Pianos and Organs. Our object in making this concession is to become acquainted - ed with the prospective Piano buyers in this territory. \Vhethcr you expect to buy now or lat f , we shall be equally ] pleased to receive i a call and to show YOU our instruments. A Cash Payment of $10.00 And small monthly payments thereafter , will se- . . . . cure a piano that will afford a lif e's time satisfaction. You cannot afford to be without a Piano when YOU can get one on so favorable conditions. Our piano repre- sent the best specimens of the Piano l''laker's Art intone . . . . . tone , quality , I ate design and all that g...

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 — 6 January 1905

digIoiiJJougki - . The Last Treasure. All that the hand cnn grasp wo cast be- hind. In tllllt last hour that brings UtI down to den the Yea , till high wisdom of the soaring mind Grows poor and worthless with the falling - Ing breath. The portal Is so narrow ! What shall pass . Out with the spirit when It journeys forth ? The gains 1l cherished are so little worth , Of so poor value all the wealth It has. This dear belonging ! q no longer dear , And that , so needful once , Is needless now. Ambltlon's crown falls from the dying brow ! Oh , soul , what Iccp'st thou of thy sojourn here ? Nay , nil thy treasures may bo dropped save one For If thou hast not faith , thou goest forth alone ! Iatlellne S. DI'ldgcs. - The Garment of Praise. Fashions in dress change , and we are glad that they do. Some of them at first sight amuse and amaze us , but they would weary us if they long re' mained. 'Ve rejoice when the bulletin at modes decrees something different , for if it be better , so much ...

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 — 6 January 1905

t I I Local and Personal. Ji'ulton Gantt came down from Tlincoln'L'ucsday. Edward ; Haycs rcturncd to Sl. Joseph \Vcdncsday. . E John Hoppc went to Kansas City thc first of thc wcck. F. " \V. Cleveland spent several days of this week in 5alein. .1. 1. l\Iell and son , l\Icryl , were Salem visitor \Vcdnesday. 4 , George Cleveland male a busi- ness trip to 81. Joe Wednesday. John l\I. 'I l vans , hanker at Shu- bert , wa in this city Wednesday : Pearl Jones left Sunday for W\1norc where she will visit with 1 ' her sister. t 1)r. Roberts , wife and ( laughter - tel' visited with friends in Omaha this week. Mrs. Fisher of Concordia , Kan. , is visiting with her sister 1\lrs. Joe Varner. u home rendered lard and 1 home ! ' cured hams and bacon at Coupe & ; 'L'horn ton's. 1\lrs. Carl White and child returned - turned to Pawnee City via the B & ; l\I Wedncsday altcrlloon. . l\liss Rogers of Hiawatha visited - eel with Miss Dorothea White thc fore part of this weck. 'l'hc latest pop...

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 — 13 January 1905

" S . ' . . . , . ' . , . . . . - . " t' , . . , , . ' . u . , . " . . . " . ' . . . . . ! , ( ! tIle att itl } ribttnt : ' b f . , . . . . . - ' . -t. - ' _ _ _ . . . - , . _ _ - _ _ _ . . _ . " _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ . _ _ . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ - _ _ . . _ - . _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _ . . _ - _ d' . . . . . _ . . _ _ _ . . _ _ . 0. . _ . . . . _ . . _ . _ - - . _ _ . . : . ' . . \\101. 11. NO.2 FALLS CITY , , , , . Whole No . \ NEBRASKA FRIDAY JANUARY \ e 13,1905. ! o. SI 1 _ . _ _ . . . . . _ _ . _ . - _ . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' " " - - - . . . - - . . - - - - - - : : : : Court Mouse News. 'l"hc county clerks' office is i a , busy place again this week as 0" thc new board of supervisors arc ' in session having organized Tu- csday January , 10 , at 7 1'.111. _ John Hintun was unamiousl\ ' - ' . " chosen chairman of the lIC\\ ' , as new , . , . . . . . . ' I Joar (...

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 — 13 January 1905

- . : . : . . L : _ . O0IJ , , - - , . ' , , , . . . . ' " . . . . LESSON II. , JANUARY 8. ( : nh1)1.N 'l'gX'j'-Dchuhl the I.alnh of JOlT whIch tnltclh away the sIn or the \\'o/Icl-Juhn m:2t : ! ( I. Connuctloll.-n [ our lust lesson ! we tw/ell [ / tile IUII10llnCement of the roni fug at the Holleel11or. 'I'hun pasHlug over' ! the birth tied ( : hlIlhoOlI [ of .JeHU . the hidden [ rears ut Nazareth , the hlt'lh null hllllluu years of .Iohn In the wilderness , as made familiar by the other Gospels [ , we enter upon the beginning . glnnng [ or .Jesus' mlultr ! as the l\lessluh. .Iolm the Baptist was horn in [ the summer af H. C. G , six month before Jesus , IIl'olmhy [ at Hehron. His pal" ents' names were Zacharlaa and Eliza' hoth , hath of priestly descent fl'om Aal'on. .John waR n. relative of .JSUJ ( Luke 1:36) : : ! ) . I ; 'or thirty yours ho lived a retired , ascetic life In the wild of his native hUIII. Doubtless , durIng these silent years , ho had been studying . Ing the anci...

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 — 13 January 1905

- - - - _ . _ _ _ ------h- - - - - - - . . - - - _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ . _ . . . . - - , ' ; / , . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - : . Ohio Precinct. , : \Irs. Stouter .vas all thc sick list this wcek. Ii 'l'rnman Iiniscly spoilt Sunday ' ) j with \Vi11ic Peck. IL C. and Daisy Peck visited I " ) ' . . . ' at G. W. Peck's Sunda \ ' . : l\rs , Louis Feidlcr's \ visitel at ' ; ' Hcnry 'VaHon's Sunday. 11)h Peck had a valuable horse . . . cut in the bard wire last wcck. . Roy Pcck who was sick last week iB able to be around ag-ain. Edith Peck spent one day last I , week at her brothers , E. 'I' Pcck. . . " r . . . . pert and lxehccca Dodds spent ! 1 Sunday evening at O. .t\ . Burk" lo\'d Knislcy visited with , . Harvey and Mahlon Peck Sunday. 'c ' . - . . John ati(1 ] . Willie JIulehison sited with \Villic Peck Sunday. I Frcd Plucks entertained a num- L ber of young folks at their Mottle Sui lay. Miss Jones who spent thc past week with her uncle left for her home \Ionclay. LOltie Yodc...

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 — 13 January 1905

, " - ' - - t NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES SOON 4 TO BE OF ENORMOUS STRENGTH . _ : . . _ u _ _ U _ _ . . . _ u. . .A. & _ _ _ . .A. & _ . _ _ . .A < ! ' . _ . . . ---ItA---.n-.nAa.-.nAa. . JlAM---.Jt& . . . " " ' " ' -I--rU"--l..nIW" , "uv---- Is the United ( States destined to become the greatest maritime power in the world ? Secretary 1\lortoll's estimates for the navy for the fltjcal : year ending June 30 , 1IOG ! , are $114,5:10,638-an : increase ' , crease oC $17,372.J.I8 over the appropriation ) - i prlatlon for 1IOii ! , an Increase of $3.1 , . 713,8.17 over that of 1O.I ! ) , and the largest ever IIIIUlo In the history of the COUlltJ. " . Of the recent estimates , .ti,2IHiS:3 ( : : Is set apart for the 'In- crease of the IIIlVY , " including construction . structlon and machinery , armor and armament , and equipment , 'I'o.day the United States Is hulldlllE four more battleships than Great Britain-now the greatest war nation -nllll the total tonnage or our first-...

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 — 13 January 1905

_ _ _ _ _ _ n _ . _ . _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ . . _ _ . . _ , _ . _ : _ , . - - _ - - . t r " . . . . . ' . . . .c s lt " ! . .iiBE8i i-L < 'trt. , ; ; : . . - 'iSF 1.'SJi' ; : G.j ; ! . yQ , : S ; C ' & . 4 ' " 7 . J a " \ WL , 1/ ' < 0 < < ; : ; 4 , , ; . \ r 5r MONEY SAVINC P3E 1LJ1 i . . . . . ? . I' . ooGC WE ha . ( ' now reached the s . -'a- - I ' " . son of the year when \\'e ' 1 , , . always cut the ; pdces [ I on our Fall acs . ' and \ \ ' II ) ICI" Fpot'carVe ha\'l\ { a , . . 5 ! ' no excuse to offer - - \\'C simply want to convert the 1 alance of t\-is \ I , ' : s-axon's : stock into cash I to 1.'l't I ] retdy : for Spdn.r : and S\ll11llwr ' I I ° "z ,4 ' s F , , { , ShQ ( s. \ \ ' c' ' don't wlnt : this ad 1(1 ( } 1 ' .5 ' " aopcar sl.llsational : or read like ; a . I ' t , , , II 1 , "fat I , ( . ' . " " 'e\"anltoll11preSS ! ell- ' . sible people as a truthful statem ( ' llt of a plain huSiiw'S :7hoC : 1) 1 o1)o5ttio11. And llH'sf' cut p ices off...

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 — 13 January 1905

I- - - _ f - - I OM THE The Thrcshold. For n hundred .e111s 01' metro I hr"11 gUllrdl'd well this tlo'r. It Itl tines of IWIIl'O and quieter Or III days of W/II' tool riot , Never falllllH In lay tlllty , 'Vlwthl'r fllllilioll , wealth and beauty Ruled this house , or poverty Walked III squalor over 1110 , I stood watch , it nil lOW , alone , I rculllin Il WOIllOllt tltolle Many wllIlorll' silent IInoW. Many IIUII1111Cr1l' hen ted glow Came anti / went , 1111I1 In their pride generations grew and dial , I frolll ernelln to the grave / Haw thelll JlIIIY. 111111 love , and slave , Saw them go , that / 1101IHctI 11I0 O'eI' , 00 where others went before : But forgotten IIIHI alone , I remain Il WOI'llOlIl atone. Now the house III bare of life No more sorrow. Joy , 01' strife I Echo front each HloOIII willi ' For lie house 111 doomed to fllll- I' Doomed to till , 1111 all things must , 'I'hnl Ill'\ raised of earth lull dust : Fall , IIH 1If.l0 I1IUllt O'l'l' give ! WilY Au that youth mll...

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 — 13 January 1905

. _ _ . . _ . _ . . _ . _ to" I . r _ _ O'n. . . . _ ' . . . . + - - 1 . . . . 'al.-.e.w . - + . . .Ta n. _ . " , .a..T. . . .fw. . . . . - - . , v - Y. I ! f Stubborn 1 Coughs and Colds " , ' . . . Obstinate racking coughs that settle on the lungs and may develop into Pneumonia over night are quickly cured by II I I , , FOLEYS HONEY-TAR I It soothes and heals the inflamed air passages , stops the cough , heals and strengthcms the lungs. FOLEY'S i HONEY AND TAR contains no opiates or other harmful drugs , and is safest for children and delicate people. j P Remember the naine-FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR-and insist upon having the genuine , as no other remedy 4 _ is so safe or as certain in results. I \ Given Up to Die With Croup. Editor Cured of Lung Trouble. 1" A . . Mrs. P. I. Cordier , of Mannington , Ky. , writes : "My three-year W. L. Straub , Editor of St. Petersburg ( Fla. ) Times , writes : ' old girl' had a severe case of croup ; the doctor said she could not live "When coming acr...

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 — 13 January 1905

- - - - - " - - fails City Tribune .v Tltl.UNa flUILllHINQ co. rALL8 CITY . . NmBu.u - It the Chefoo liar ever altos a day off hI ! puts ) on a thoroughly competent , tell IIndCI'litudr. - - The IIIIlI1 who uses perfumery has 110 moral I right , 10 criticize the woman who smokes chnl'oUeH. _ It two men are Econ talking together - er for any length oC time In Hllssla the Hlllce ) send In a riot caU. There 1M conHlderablo difference between ' twelJll the talk oC the mosquito expert arid thc talk of the expert 1I100Hulto. - - - - - - - - - - Plans to "benullr ' " Washington are all right , of course , hilt certain lobb ' - IHtH ' find the place too Illlrnctivo ai l'etllr . - - 'rllllt Berlin magistrate who decided In court that poker ) IH not. a game of chance had apparently been UII AglllnHl It. - - - - - Im If the moon 11:1 : cracked , nH the California Htm'.sharps say , lovers will continue to swear by it. Il's the only moon we have. RUHsla'H population Is said to be increasing . cr...

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 — 13 January 1905

I _ I TilE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I , Published Every Friday at - FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA . Dy : TRIBUNE PUBLTSHING CO. t I Entered as second-class mattci' , January - : \1'y 13 : , 1IO-Jat the post ell ceat 'alls . . . City , Ncb" , under the Act of Congress ' of March 3 , 1879 _ . . _ - - - - - - - - - - - - : ONE IOIJ4AR PER YEAH 1 ' [ ' 1 No. ' : _ " ) " ) . - . , ! .L eleplionc 1 1'10 226. ' - . - - I IN THE INTEREST OF I ' ECONOMY. 'I At the organization ! of thc house of tepresentatives of thc state legislature , Representative \ . Casebier mo\'cd that the supplies ' of the members be issued on their I I personal requisition. This should n. t have prcvailed. A similar custom r is required in cvcry business l' . . _ houseal1d there is no good reason 1 I , . I why business methods should not ? prevail - in thc expenditure of thc f I pcoplc's moncy. , " A personal re'quisition would . make : the issuance of supplies a I matter of record , while under thc I present system no record is ...

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 — 13 January 1905

- To Preserve Cldcr. Where cIder Is used from the casle , to prevent spoiling In the partly empty . cask pour IIpon the cider n quart at Homo InsloloMS oil , such as olive or peanut ) oil 1'he all will form n thIn him on time surface d the cider and prevent access of the acetic and putrefactive ! . facllvc ferments always present the alr.-Sollthorn Farm Magaztne. , - - - - - - - - Shocking. Dallghter-Don't Invite my rural uncle In the reception room any pore l\lolhor-Dill ho make any bad breaks before the company dear ? Daughler-I should Hay 1'0. When I showed hllll a Louis XIV : chair ho asked It Louis was a good chalrmalterj - - - - - - - - - - - A New Longest Word. What Is believed 10 he the longest word In the English ' langunge has just , been ) discovered br an enterprising clrngglHt. It Is " ( JI'thoethoxY'finn. mono . benzoyl-a mido ' quinolin \ ! , " and Is the correct liclellllflc name for a well , ' -uown proprietary 1II0011c1ne. I - - - - - - - - Steel Fishing Rods. Stee...

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 — 13 January 1905

' ' , . - 1 , NATIONAL MONEY - REVIEW OF OPERATIONS OF THE TREASURY. + RECEIPTS IN FULL FOR 1,904 - Only $8,000,000 Less Than for Calen dar Year of 1903-Among Increases / In Expenditures Are Navy $23 , . . 000,000 and War $9 000,000. WASHINGTON-The treasury department - partment issued a review ot treasury . operations for the calendar year 190.1. The treasury receipts for the calendar year 1904 were $540,000,000 and the . _ expenditures ( Including the Panama , , * - . Imymenl ) $502,000,000 , a deficit for p the year of $22,000,000. As compared with the previous calendar ; year , the ! receipts show It ralllng off of $8" ! 000,000 and the expenditures an Increase - . crease of $ OOOOOOO. The 'decrease rl. . . . . . . . . . . in customs recciltS' was $9,000,000. Civil and miscellaneous expenditures increased lGOOOOOO ; war depart- ment , $23,000,000 ; pensions , $2,000- 000 , and interest , $1,000,000. , The increase in interest is due to _ the fact that a portion of the inter- . e...

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 — 13 January 1905

< , . . . " , . . ' . , . . , . : , . " " " ' : ' : " ' ' : ' " : r. . , , : : . . - : : . . . . . ' _ _ : "c. . . . , : : : ' _ _ _ . ' ! _ _ _ . : . _ _ : - > . . - - . _ : : . . . : . . .iWL. . - = _ : . . . _ _ _ ; - - . . . . . MM MNM ' 1' - - ANNOUNCE ME NTI LI FOR THE YEAR 1905 _ . . . _ I - , - 11 - - - - - - - - . . _ - - . . = Mattings better than ever. The Spring line nov coming in and at a price always the lo\vest. We have just received 1,000 yards of Japanese rtattings that \ve viII sell as a leader at 25c per yard. This grade . always brings 35c in other stores. You viII do well to anticipate your needs. The war has shortened the supply and when this is gone ve cannot duplicate. We viII carry a fuller line of Carpets this spring than usual. Keep this in nlind. We are in a situation to save you l11oney. All Car- pets sewed on our own l11achines. We can give you an Ingrain Carpet r sewed in 20 minutes after order. This is a great benefit to farmers , and II over ot...

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 — 13 January 1905

- - - - - . . . - . . L 4 . 'r . / ' , . . . . ; , j" " 1// , . . . . . . . .i r'I ' .1/11 ' " 9' { } : .t ; . : ' . : ! ' . , . . . . . < ' ' ' ' ' J - , ' b , . , t' , . < # . . ' . . 'I . " , ' . " ! I. , > VfX ; ' \ \ l' . . . . ' " - . . : : i t\ ; t'f\r t\I.- L , , : . \ , . : , . , . , . \ . . . ' . , . " . .i . The letter of Miss Merkley , whose picture is printed above , ; . - proves beyond question that thousands of cases of inflammation - tion of the ovaries and womb are annually cured by the use of , I i- Lydia E : Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. II DEAD Mns. PnmnAM : - Gradual loss of strength and nerve force told me something was radically wrong with me. I had severe shooting pains through the pelvic organs , cramps and extreme irritation compelled me to seek medical ndvice. The doctor said that I had ovarian trouble and ulcera- tion , and advised an optrntion. I f strongly objected to this and decided to try Lydia E. Pinlcham's Vegetable - table Compound. I soo...

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 — 13 January 1905

What Others Say. Alone. 'I'hen should he two words , dearest , one made Ill Of all clad KUIIIIIIK that ever breathed nil earth : Of all the ecstasies that JIll Joy'/ CliP , Of hover , and IJI'acl.\l1I1 hIIllllIeKKllIllIIlrth ; . 'I'hl' other \ IIIC a weary , walllllit sigh , I full nf sad tUII.1I11I longing , hungry IItralll , Hn\II1I1'IIR I \ , 1\c'KI'alrllllt \ , just a h..I1II.1 . cry Of love and loneliness aril hlallle , numb pat u. One I would love'-the oilier I wmllll fear These two words , cllO'ell with coils uuinmate art : Olll II teaiiing I I we're alone together , Ih'ar , The other IIIcallllllC , we're alone-apart. Carolyn WI'IIK Misses Helen esterer and Marie McCarthy of Falls City , 'isHed Sunday with "fiss MClla Uamppcr. - HiawathaVorld. . - - - - - - Supervisor llutching-s and , John iI1ig-all of Fall City were in town the last of the week inspecting - jug the new bridge that is being put in north of town.-Humb- oldt gntcrprisc. Miss May "lattox of Falls City was a gue...

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