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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1904)
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What Others Suy.
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To A Lltlc : Maid I Know.
' ! Little mall ! . little staid with time Joy In your
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' + And hair like H't"riall gold 1.
JO ( = - . .1 , would gladly change places with you . IItth !
- " , And go back to the A If I' of < < ; 0111.
_ . Little staid elll you know .111 you know little
, , . . . . " umahl
. - . , " 'J'o UN all ill the days of youth
- # 'l'h..Halllbuw of Joy from Iii glm h"\\11 corn
And covers the face of 'I'ruth' ?
' .tlut ] wl\'II-llttll' ilia 1 < 1--\\ ' , ' are grown . little
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- It goes hack 10 heaven again
And there out IIf reach for n'r It tIO\t. \ . .
. O'cr tilt weary ways of omen
now I envy you now little nmaid little \ staid ! ! .
XII words of mine may It'll
. , . . . . ' , , lint when ill your eyes that , light i see
\1) : heart 1\lllIwN-ah. too well \ !
, I'or once like you . little mal l. like ) "U-
III the l'alllhlJlIlay" IIf 11111-
I , 1. ! . too. ; vas a Queen of Happlll"
And ! reign ' tl I tier the Realm of < ; old 1 ! .
" ; , -Julia Elllla l\'ortlmley .
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, , ' Prof. , Charles M. Bracelen of
Omaha is being mcntioncd as a
. ' " ossible ! successor to Prof. 'Vu1f ,
. . IS principal of thc Lincoln high
, school , alld his numerous friends
. iii southeastern Nebraska hope
. . ; . , the ! place may bc tendered him.-
I . , llumboldt Leader.
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' , ' \Yonldn't yon like to be ahoy
- - , ' : : I rain long enough to take part
, ' / " lit , an uld fashioned Christlllas
1 cantata : Did ) you ever see a
; " play with a more exciting plot
I , than the cantata whose climax
Ii i was the entrance of the church
\ , . . sexttmn disguised : as Santa Claus ?
-Humboldt Enterprise. _
\1 \ } about forty of our progressive
' , , _ ' _ ' farmers listened ] to the lecture on
1 "pure : ' tierd ) "at Falls ] City Monday
for whichJlthe Burlington prol
f ltd ' free transpo.tatiol1. 'rhe Icc-
' titi'c : ' - with illustration ! , was very
I ' 'iinterdtiilg ; . . ' , and will doubtless
I ' ! irocll1cc noon ( u1rs.-Salem In-
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'rhe cotllmullit\ . was surprise , < 1
to learn that 'Yheeler Bros. had
purchased a coal lumber ] business
in University Place and will
make their future home there.
Mr.Vhceler ] came among us ten
years ago from Table ] Rock an <
is ranked among our succcssful
progressive business men. Mrs. ]
Wheeler came two years ago as
pastor of the N. g. church which
place she acceptably filled for a
year then she married lr.\Vheci- -
er 'l'heand the family will be
missed in the1. ; E. church of f
which they were active 1I1emh :
and also in t hc social I life of the
community. The best wishes of
all will accompany them to their
new homeS lem Index :
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It would be impossible to esti i-
mate the value of a system of ;
good roads cO'cringthe e'ntire
county. 'phis added to a county
system of mail delivery ] and the
plcndid : rural telephone service
would ] make country life in Richardson I -
ardson county something fibre
than ever to be desired.-Ilum-
bold En terprise ,
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Who Did 111
As thc seed corn special was returning -
turning from Falls City ; Monday
a window in one of the coahes :
was broken and the. , train crew
Saw two men alon ' side the track
whom they supposed had thrown
something throLg-h the glass. :
Whcn the train reached the station -
ion : larshall , Todd was t < , ' ] ephon-
edforand'aked : ; to arrest the
two 1I1en. lie investigated and
found that the ' moil were telegraph -
graph 1ine1l1ell and were iilntCent
of any , viol J1c < . ' toward the special.
Further investigations showed
fragments of window glass beside
the track ! alld mingled with tlH'm
fragmentsof a whiskey bottle
It is now \ sUP ' 'Iosed that somebody !
on thc trait desired to ( discard 1
erupt bottle and through sonic
mistake threw it through the
window - Humholdt . 1llterprise
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Chnnlfed Her Mind.
A Iuscotah girl declared she
would not marry until the young .
man to whom she was engaged
had $2,000 in the bank. She
met him i\ few weeks afterward 1
and asked him how' he WitS g-ett- t
ing along' "Ycry wel1" he re- '
plicd , "I have about $ H > ' sa \'ed. "
"I g-uess" she answered faintly ,
"that is about near enou h.-
l\Irs. : Sue Windlc came up from
Falls l City Saturday afternoon
: and remained until Monday , the
guest of D.V. ; GriflithH. Mrs.
\Vindle left on 'l'uesclay's train
from Falls City for Okla homa.-
Verdon Vedette ,
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The Fa11s ] City papers will ) )
raise the price of their advertising -
ing- space the first of the year , at
lcast is what two of them alt I
nouncc.-- V rdn V edet te.
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1ert : Rl'a'is , a Falls City boy
well known in Iiiawatha was
married ! December 5 in 51. Louis
to Miss Lena Katherine Stite.
They 'sill make their home ill
Falls 1 City-Hiawatha .
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'I'he condit ion of Mrs. ' ( ' loos.
TIu/T / , is somewhat improved , Lut t
site is still in a nitica : cOl1dition.
She is 83 years of age and mends
very slowly. Her friends and
relatives arc more hopeful of her
recovery than a week ag'Q.-Shu-
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Falls City seen.s to he in earn
c'c 4 011 th , ' ' ! 'tfld ! 1fYH1" tuc ; tiol' i .
Se\'enty-f represcntati\'c II1CI1
from till o\'CI' Richardson l county
recently met there al1d discllssed
how good : rou1s : could he secured
folder the prescnt road law and ]
what ; legislation 'is needed to
make thc road laws hetter. One I' '
stlggestlot ) that lI1et with fm l\'OI'
was thal ( all ; road ; tax bl' ) pai ( ; ( ] in
cash and this amount spent for I
work on the roads , the work to \
be given to the lowest bidding 1
cOlllractor.---Hiawatha Worl l.
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Boh lule l , a Fal1s 1 City man
says he will'soon bring his fast i
hounds here to catch the renown- feel
cd jack rabbit , "Dan Patch , " t s
which has been rtlnning- circles '
around salt : the chugs in Pnwhntan ;
township the pnst two years--
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Presents For The Boys.
' .l ' ilt' greatest ncwspapcl' in Ne-
hraska today is the rincoln Sunday -
day ( Star. .It . has special features k
not found in any other new papcr. ;
'T ' he Sta r's COlllic Section iH
lrinted ( ill colors anti is alwa's
cntertaining 'P lie 1\1 1agtzliie :
Section . with its beautiflll . . pictures
,111 colors I has I 110 etjull ; 1. in the wcst.
Added to these arc the lIIany in-
tCI'eSlil1gfl'atures that g'U to
Make up a great daily ncwspaper.
The Sunday Star has maclc a
great hit , and is a tremendous t
\ \ ( want ho' . sin ' ' '
; W iln every tow in
Nebraska to sell the Sunday Star.
Other boys arc making good
money selling the Star. 'Yc
start you in business ! frce. Prizes
are offered each 1II0nth to the
boys who sell the greatest nUIl1 her -
er of Sunday " Stars. Write for
particulars o"f this offer and work
lip your list of ( 'II . tlIIerS ) before
sOllie one gets Iwacl of YOll. Re-
lIIemher we help you to start ill
the husi11 < 'ss. No capitall'elflli'I'ed.
Don't dea\ ] ' . \Yrite
delay. toda\ ' .
Address Star Pllb. Co. , rnl'oll .
r COLDS THAT , HANG ON
D ' So frequently settle on the lungs and result in Pneumonia or Consumption. Do not take chances on a cold wearing
away or take something that only half cures it , leaving the seeds of serious throat and lung . trouble.
. , IhUJclS ' . : < HONLYTAR1 : I
. , Stops the Cough and heals the lungs and prevents
- . - I Pneumonia and ConsumDtion I f ,
, , : Consumption Threatened
ate : C. Unger , 211 t t Maple St. , Champaign , Ill. , writes'
, , "I was troubled with a hncling coujh for a year and
. . ' I thought I had consumplion. I tried a great many
" " " ' remedies and I was under the care of physicians for
f " several months. I used one bottle of FOLEY'S
° i HONEY AND TAR. It cured me , and I have not
been troubled since. "
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs
A. M. Ake , Wood , Ind" , writes : "Several years , \
since my lungs were so badly affected that I had i. I
many hemorrhages. I took treatment with several
physicians without any bencfit. I then started to take
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR , and my lungs arc
now as sound as a bullet 1 recommend it an advanced .
vanced stages .f lung trouble. " II
, j. . , . , I : CURES COUGHS AHD [ J COLDS d Three SIZGs-25c , tiOc , $1 . 00 ' The 50 ' cent slzo contaIns two and ono . nalr times as much as the small
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I' DR. lVlcrI I LLANi ; ) - ie10r I /UTIacy.
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