The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, July 28, 1905, Page 8, Image 8

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This has been one of our most satisfactory seasons. Our stock of Summer Goods have seldom been low =
er. To completely close out all remnants , we are making great reductions. We have never been undersold
on legitimate , standard merchandise , and continue to hold the foremost position with every day all around
trade. You know the way sensational sale merchants have "gone broke" and disappeared. Net profits
are so small that only those whose buying and selling are wisely managed , survive. When you wish any
article do not purchase until you know our quality and price.
Only a little over n month until school opens
again. Mothers are already beginning to think
of new FrockB , Aprons , etc. We have new ging-
hiuiiH in choice fnll colorings mid designs. New
Percales of the soft , satisfactory sort , \W \ inches
wide really the beet low priced fabric shown for
common wear. Does not fade ; does not shrink ;
is enduring under all circumstances and only 12Jc
per yard. Now Calicoes in Blues , Reds , Pinks ,
Grays , Blacks at-Jc and fie. New Shirting Prints
at the old price 5c A lot of Summer Goods
thnt have boon 25o to fiOc , now offered to close
at lOc. Are well adapted for Fall School
As a final winding up of Summer Wash Goods ,
all the 25c to f > 0o fabrics that have been slow are
put on our lOc lable. First coiners will got great
bargains do not delay , as the lengths do not , in
most pieces , exceed one or two dress lengths.
No fabric adapts itself so completely to the
lady's summer comfort and decoration. Never
hns it been so popular. New Swisses have been
coming in almost every weelc and we are now
showing the daintiest designs of the seabon. For
Chautauqua wear no costume will be more Pitting
and comfortable.
The prices , 18c , , 80e , 5Joc and -iOc , are within -
in everybody's reach.
One-Third off on all Parasols.
About 20 Suits left in Percale Chambry , Voile
and Linen at
25 per cent Discount
Our buyer goes to the New York market next
week to make purchases for Fall and Winter.
As in seasons past we will show the latest and
most correct modes and give values that are
superior throughout the Dry Goods list.
On Heavy Cotton Goods our buying has
already been douo previous to the late heavy
advances on cotton and we have in stock now the
most attractive display of Outings , Flannellettes
and Fleeced Cloths ever shown in Falls City.
21 Lots of Lace Curtains having 8 Pairs or les
iu n lot in Nottingham , Cable Net , Irish Point ,
Brussels Net and Arabian White and Ecru. Sold
formerly at § 1.50 to § 8.00
Twenty-five per cent off our regular
White and Colored Shirt Waists ,
sold formerly at 75c to $2.00 Your Choice 25c.
Any Sunbonnet in our store for lOc. Many of
them worth Hoc.
Any Straw Hat in our store for 25c , eome of
them worth $1.50.
Good to August 5th.
19 Ibs Granulated Sugar § 1.00
1 Ib Bulk Starch 03
1-3 pound Can Standard Tomatoes 07
1-2 pound Can Standard Corn 00
1 package Egg-O-See 08
1-2 pound package Oatmeal 0(5 (
8 Bars Lenox Soap 25
Mary Watteyne , of Rule , was
in town Wednesday.
Mrs. T. R. Edwards , of Stella ,
is visiting her daughter , Mrs.
John Oswald.
Kate McMnhon , of Preston , is
spending a few days this week at
the street fair.
Kpliriaiu "Withec came down
from Stella Wednesday to attend
the street fair.
Henry Caverzagie c a m e up
from Rule Wednesday to enjoy a
few days at the street fair.
Misses Howel and Haver and
the Misses Meyer , of Hiawatha ,
spent Saturday with the Misses
Will Hearst , of Padonia , Kan
sas , and his brother , Edgar , of
Lasvcgas , N , M. , were guests at
the home of Ben Potcet this
The Nebraska Christian Mis
sionary convention will be held
at Bethany park , Bethany , Neb. .
August 1-f ) . There will be sev
eral members of the Christian
church of this city attend.
E. Bourquiu and wife , of Horton -
ton , Kansas , who have been vis
iting at the home of A. E. Jaquet
and family returned home the
first of the week. Their little
daughter , Blanch , will visit her
for several days.
4 > -
Services at the Evangelica
church Sunday morning at * J:3 : (
a. in. ; Sunday school at 10:30 a
in. ; preaching service at 7:45 : p
m. , mission program , subject
"Mission work in Japan ; " Yoi
arc invited to attend. Rev
Manshardt , Pastor.
J. Cronenberger , minister o
the Christian church , will attem
the Inter-National convention o
Christian churches at San Fran
cisco , Cal. , August 17-24. A
number of the members of th
church will attend also. It i
expected that 25,000 delegate
will attend.
Mrs. E. A. Harden , of Vcrdon ,
spent a few days with relatives
A. D. Larabec and wife came
up from Preston Wednesday to
attend the street fair.
T. R. Mason , of Chicago , left
Wednesday after spending a few
days with his wife in this city.
Will McCreery and wife , of
Wetmore , Kan. , spent the first of
the \veek with his brother , in this
John Elsworth of Grand Island
spent Tuesday of this week in
our city , the guest of Freda
Capt. Grinstesul and son , Vir
gil , of Salem , were in the city on
Wednesday. They made this
office a plesisant call.
Father McDonald , of Hastings ,
spent a part of this week in our
city the guest of Father Box.
The former at one time had
charge of this parish.
R. Grinstead , of Salem , was
in town Wednesday. In the
afternoon he and his brother ,
George , went to Auburn to at
tend the chautauqua.
Mrs. W. R. McFarlaud and
little girl , who were visiting at
the home of her sister , Mrs. R.
P. Roberts , returned to her home
in Omaha the first of the week.
Mrs. John Gilligan received si
letter from her sister , Mrs. Min
nie Grinstead Ilimes , stating thai
she and her husband , who an
now located at Spokane , Wash ,
are the proud parents of a babj
boy , Philip Griustcad Ilimes.
Prof. P. A. Carr of Shuber
was in town Monday. Prof
Carr is principal of the school :
at that plsice and will be a can
didate for county clerk subject t
to the will of the republicai
county convention. Prof. Car
will doubtless develop grea
strength and his influence will b
felt in the convention.
Ed Fisher left Tuesday morn
ing for Leavenworth.
Born , to W. II. Maddox and
wife on Monday , a baby girl.
Neal Mulligan came up from
? aola , Kansas , Tuesday evening.
Harry Morrow is home for a
'cw days to visit his wife and
Anna and Lillie Pyle , of Pres
ton , were up to the street fair on
E. D. Boyle , of Pawnee City ,
was a business visitor here on
Gurney Griffiths , of Preston ,
came up Tuesday to attend the
street fair.
John -Wicks , wife and baby , of
Datibury are visiting his mother
in this city.
Mrs. Melixa and daughter ,
Katie , of Vcrdon , were in town
the first of the week.
Mrs. C. E. Haskins , of Fairview -
view , Kansas , is visiting her
mother , Mrs. Senner , in this city.
Mrs. Haydcn Prater came up
from St. Joe Tuesday evening
and will spend some time with
Mabel Poteet and Bessie Curran
returned Sunday from a visit to
their aunt , Mrs. Will Hurst , at
Allie Poteet returned the latter
part of last week from Hopkins ,
where she spent some time visit
ing relatives.
The subject of the sermon at
the Presbyterian church Sabbath
morning will be , "Definite pur
pose iu the Christian life and the
correct attitude of the church atul
Christian people towards so-callec :
worldly amusements. " Evening
subject , "Some thoughts for people
ple who think. " Everybody cor
dially invited. S. W. Griffin ,
Ed Glines is a Falls Citv visi
tor this week.
W. W. Arnold , of Verdon , was
in town Wednesday.
Alf Page and Will Fenton of
Dawson were among yesterday's
Andrew Sipple } ' and wife came
down from Dawson yesterday on
Maggie O'Grady and Melva
Ockard , of Dawson , were in town
Esther Daeschner and Etura
Wonder of Hiawatha are guests
at the home of W. H. Maddox.
Mrs. V. E. Emerson and daugh
ter , Marie , came down from Dawson -
son yesterday morning to attend
the street fair.
Mrs. Arthur Harris returned
home on Wednesday from a visit
at Grand Junction , Colorada.
He little daughter Gladys is very
ill with typhoid fever.
Regular servicee at the M. E.
church next Sunday. In the
morning the subject will be
"On Lincoln Day. " In the even-
ing"The Guiding Principle. All
are invited.
A great deal of cement walk is
being laid iu all parts of the city.
Al Cook , the superintendent of
the county farm , owns consider
able property in the north part
of town and has laid several hun
dred feet of fine walk. Joe
Pritchard has improved his block
of residences on North Chase
street by putting in natural stone
Dan Sargent left Tuesday for
' Abiline , Kansas , where he will
make his home in the future.
Mrs. Sargent and son , Allen will
join him there in a few days.
They made this their home for a
number of 3'ears and we regret
very much to lose them but wish
them great success in their new
home. Mr. Sargent ordered the
Tribune sent to his address.
We will leave over the M. P. on Tuesday , August ist ,
to Butler , Dickinson , Ottawa and Lincoln counties , Kansas
You remember that we told you last fall and spring that if
you would go with us and buy land in one of the above coun
ties , that you would not only make money in the advance of
the price of land but that would
, you make from 15 20 per
cent on your investment. Every word that we told you
about these lands has been demonstrated by those who have
taken advantage of the bargains we offered them. We
could give you the names and addresses of many of our best
farmers and business men who have made good money by
going with us to the above counties and buying , but it is use
less at this time , as we have published many of the names of
those who have bought of us. Chris Horn and Fred Brechi
are now down taking care of their big wheat crop. Martin
Zook and M. Beachy have just returned from looking after
their wheat crop. Mr Beachy says that the crops of all kinds
are as fine as he ever saw in Richardson county. What I
more could we say of this country ? What better snap do
you want than to buy land fur $25.00 per acre that will pro
duce as fine crops as old Richardson ? This is no advertis
ing scheme. Some of the parties that we have sold will
make 20 per cent off their crops this year. Now don't wait
until the great corn and other crops are harvested and the
land jumps from $5 to $10 , but come with us on August ist ,
and we will show you the finest country and the best land
that you can buy for the money of any place you can go. If
you have a high priced farm or a small farm that you want
to exchange for more land , we can exchange with you. It
will not cost you much to investigate these lands as the R. R.
fare is only $9 for the round trip , good 21 clays in which to
return. Now is the time to buy land in these counties as it
is sure to go higher this fall. Call us over phones No. 168
or 216 at our expense and let us make arrangements for your
tickets to go with us on this trip. You cant make a mistake
in buying this land. Remember the date , August ist.
We also have three good farms in Richardson county ,
owned by non-residents , all pretty well improved that we can
sell you awful cheap. We also have fine , clean grass that
will make from 2 to 3 tons of fine hay per acre that we will
sell cheap.
cheap.Whitaker Bros.