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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 1 1905.
THE FALLS CITY BUSINESS eLLEGE
AND SCHOOL OF
SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING and PENMANSHIP
Opens on MONDAY , SEPT. 11 , in the two story frame building five blocks northeast of court house
We have collected a jrreat many testimonials from
our former students who are now holding- excellent posi
tions and drawing large salaries , and these we had in
tended to have published in the form of a catalogue.
Finding that the cost would be too great unless we in
creased our tuition charges , we have abandoned this idea.
Remember that we own our building , do our own
teaching and owe no man a cent. This explains why
our tuition is low r than that of similar institutions. Did
you ever think , my dear students , that the fine catalo
gues sent out by some of our large colleges , the rent for
the great buildings which they occupy , the interest on
several hundred dollars invested in fine school furniture
and the high salaries drawn by their teachers are all paid
by you ?
Shorthand and Typewriting.
Never before in the history of the world has the
lightning pen of the stenographer been appreciated as it
is at present. The demand for good shorthand writers
for general office work is far in excess of anything here
tofore known. At no time in the past have competent
stenographers so readily secured good , paying positions
as now. All positions of this kind will be found pleasant
and profitable and better adapted to ladies than almost
anything else they can do in a business way. Young
men and women have but to master shorthand to make it
a source of profit to themselves and an easy stepping stone
from a lower to a higher position.
Save Twenty Dollars
All students enrolling at the college on Monday ,
September 11 , 1905 , for seven consecutive months and
xiying cash or giving note bearing 8 per cent interest ,
will be given a discount of $20 and furnished all books
and blanks free of charge. This offer holds good for one
day only. Parents , dent you think that it is a duty you
owe to your sons and daughters to give them a good ed
ucation ? It will cost you but fifty dollars Many of .the
young pupils who have graduated from our college are
now mak'ng more money in one month than it will cost
you to send them to this institution and allow them to com
plete a course. It is our aim in the future , as it has been
in the past , to promote the general welfare of every stud
ent in our college. The parents who send their sons and
daughters to this college can rest assured that they are
watched over by the people of this community and they
are removed from the awful clangers that await them in
the larger cities.
Select Your Own Studies
The most of all schools place all students in the same
class at the time they enter school , and they are all dump
ed out together at the end of three or four years by what
is known as the grinding process , and during all this time
the student has been pursuing studies that he knew would
be of no practical use to him , but what can he do ? He
must know a few branches , and in order to get them he
must go through the grinding process. Attend our col
lege a few months , no matter whether you wish to pre
pare yourself for business , a stenographer , a farmer or the
teaching profession , and by the time the other fellow who
is attending the grinding school has completed his course
you will have made back your school money and be com
fortably located in business.
Come and Do Likewise
Our graduates are now filling positions as cierks ,
stenographers , teachers , and bank' cashiers at salaries
ranging from $35 per month 1051,500 per year. You
can do the same by attending our school from six to eight
nonths. We have graduates in almost every bank in
this county , also stenographers and bookkeepers in Om
aha , St. Joseph and Kansas City , and in fact all through
the west , that are commanding high salaries and they
Freely give the Falls City Business College credit for the
excellent positions they occupy. Why will anyone be
idle when they could spend the price of one hundred bush
els of corn for a course in this well established school and
thereby step into a paying position that would be a cred
it to themselves and to their aged parents ?
Many young men and women who have neglected
their earlier education are too backward to mingle with
the children of the public school. To this class we have
to say that in our college there is nothing to embarass
you , as we give you private instruction until you can en
ter classes without feeling the least embarassed. Re
member that there is no examination on entering our
school and if you have never been to school a day in your
life your nearest seat mate will riot know it as you will re
ceive personal instruction from your teacher. By this
method you are able to advance much faster than in a
larger school and also save yourself lots of embarrasment.
If you are thinking of attending school , write to any first
class Business College for their terms nnd you will find
that we can give you the same course of study from $20
to $30 cheaper. For further particulars call or address ,
I G M. BARRETT , PRINCIPAL
\ Our town is full of strangers
getting ready for the carnival.
J. W. Evans add wife returned
from their trip to Pacific coast
L. M. Weddlc and Joe Harper
made a business trip to Quitman
Mo. last Tuesday.
Walter Shubert was in Falls
City Saturday transacting busi
ness and visiting his friends.
Mrs. Frank Weddlc is in Lin
coln this week visiting her par
ents Billy Watkins and wife.
Warren Hutchins was looking
after his interests at his farm
near here the first of the week.
Hala Birch and his sister Mrs.
Mattie Whitney made a business
visit to Falls City last Saturday.
E. E. Bolejack assistant cash
ier of the Verdon Bank was
transacting business in Shubert
several days this week.
John Stottsand wife took pos
session of their Shubert property
last Monday and all now perura-
nent residents of city.
Mrs. Leonard Lloyd residing
in the Indian Territory arrived
in Shubert Saturday on a visit to
her parents , Chas. Felt and wife.
The o 1 d settlers picnic at
Nemaha on the 24th inst was a
great , success socially as people
within a radius of twenty miles
were in attendance.
O. R. Ross who for some time
has been employed on the Fred-
ric , Okla. , Enterprise , was called
home suddenly on account of the
sickness of an infant child.
It is expected that immediately
after the carnival Shubert will
enjoy a building boom , as we
understand arrangements are
completed for the construction
of a double brick business house
on the cornner just north of the
James hotel , furniture , carpet
and undertaking establishment.
Warren Burns who has been
laid up all summer with a sore
hand , had the index finger of his
left hand amputated last week.
Dr Shook did the work removing
the finger at the third knuckle
oinl. The operation was a com
pete success , and it is hoped
: hat Warren's suffering is oyer
itid that the wound will speedily
Kansas City , Mo. , Monday ,
Vug. , 28 1905. The cattle mar-
xet improved everyday last week
ill Friday , when buyers appeared
indifferent and half the advance
af the first of the week was lost
an everything , except the best
corn fed cattle. Expected heavy
receipts this week was the reason
for the bad market Friday. Corn
fed streers arc higher today in the
face of a run of 20,000 cattle , be
muse these cattle arc getting
scarcer every week , and will con
tinue to do so till some of this
years corn crop has been turned
into beef. The supply last week
at Kansas City was 23,000 cattle ,
and contained a good fhare of
grass Westerns from Kansas and
Oklahoma a large supply of she
stuff , and 20.000 stockers and
The liberal supply of 20,000
cattle today was about what was
looked for. Some of the best
corn fed steers seen here this
month sold today at $5.75 and
$5.80 , also the highest prices of
the month , and 10 cents above
the close of last week. Bulk of
the dry lot steers sell at $5-20 to
$5.50 , good grass natives $4.50 to
$5.00 , grass westerns all the way
from $3.40 to $4.50. Cows are
10 lower today , grass stuff sell-
at $2.35 to $3.25 , canners $1.75
: o $2.25 , veals steady , about a
above a week ago , at $5.00 to
$5.75 for nice light ones , medium
weights $4.00 to $5.00 , dulls $2.15
to $3 25. More country buyers
were here last Wednesday than
any other day this season am :
prices were the best on that day ,
closing this week 10 to 20 centi
below the best time , but still' 1 (
or 15 cents higher than close o
previous week. High grade rangi
stockers and feeders sold at $3.4 (
to $3.00 best natives $3.75 t <
$4.25 , top stockers $3.05 , while ;
good many fairly desirable stock
ers were secured at $3.00 to $3.35
Prices on them are about steady
The hog market is more or less
erratic , but the last two weeks
have gone by without any net
change in average prices. More
rough sows and packing hogs
have appeared lately , drawn in
by the high prices , and grass
signs arc common , account of
plenty of rains and rank forage ,
and these classes of hogs arc cut
severely in price when sold here.
Top price today $6.17 } , bulk of
sales of wider range than usual ,
at $5.95 to $6.15.
Sheep and lambs lost 10 or 15
cents last week , account of de
clines at other markets , as the
demand here is ample to take care
of all that arc coming , about
20.000 per weed Top lambs sold
two different day last week at
$7.20 , and the same price was
laid for two different shipments
of Utah lambs today. Yearlings
bring up to $5. 75 , Utah wethers
sold at $5.45 today , 111 pounds ,
ewes at $4.75 , and bulk of sales
, ' n the different classes is close to
these figures. Stockers and feed
ers in demand at $4.00 to $4.50 ,
but not manj being secured.
J. A. RlCKAKT ,
L. S. Correspondent.
A Warning to Mothers.
Too much curt ) cannot be used with
smull children during the hut wcuthei
of the summer months to guurd ugulnsl
: > owel troubles. As u rule it is only
necoisary to give the child u dote ol
custor oil to correct any disorder of the
bowels. Do not use any substitute ,
but give the old-fashioned castor oil
und bee that It is fresh , us runcld oil
nauseates und hus u tendency to gripe
If this does not check the bowels glvi
Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and Diar
rhoca Remedy and then u dose o
castor oil , and , the disease may bi
checked in Its Inciplcney und all dan
ger avoided. The custor oil und tal
remedy s'oould bo procured utoccn un
kept reudy for Instant use as soon us th
tlrst Indication of any bowel troubl
appears. This Is the most successfu
treatment known und may bo relic
upon with implicit confidence even i
cases of cholera Infuntum. For sale u
Korr's drug store.
I Mrs. Porter Stringfield return
, ed Sunday from a visit with re
latives in Stella.
Low Rates On M. P.
To Ogden , Salt Lake , Colorado
Springs , Pueblo and Denver and
return for one fare plus 50 cents.
On stile daily until Suptember
30th. Return limit Oct. ,31st.
To Philadelphia and return ,
for one fare plus $2.00. On sale
Sept. ,14th , to loth inclusive , re
turn limit Sept , , 25th. An ex
tension to October 5th , may be
had for $1.00.
To Hot-Springs Ark. , and re
turn for one fare plus $2.00. good
for 30 days and on sale daily un
til September 30th.
To Lincoln State Fair and re
turn for one fare. Tickets on
sale Sept. 4th. to Sept. , 8th , re
turn limit Sept. 9th.
To Denver and return account
the G , A. R. $10.75 , Tickets on
sale August 30th , to Sept. 4th ,
return limit Sept. 12th. An ex
tension on these tickets to Pet 7th
for 50 cents.
To Kansas City and return for
$3. 55 August 28th , to 31 inclusive
return limit September 5th.
To St. Louis and return for
S1415 , return limit October 31st.
On sale daily to September 30th.
To Chicago and return for
$20,00. return limit October 3l6t.
On sale daily daily to September
J. B. VAKNKK. Agt.
Closing out Sale of Clothing.
Our closing out sale of cloth
ing still continues and we are
still offering exceptional bar
gains. We would call especial
attention to three hundred pairs
ot all wool worsted trousers and
at the price , each pair is a bar.-
gain in itself. This is a genu
ine closing out sale , and as such
it embraces high class goods at
low class prices. Our fine line
of clothing is being sacrificed
and to miss this sale is to miss
a splendid opportunity. F.W.
Dr. R. P.Roberts.dentist
over King's Pharmacy.
OF HOUND TKIP KATES.
Chicago und return , on sale daily ,
St. Louie und return , on Rule daily ,
Portland , Tuconm und Seattle and
return , on sale dully , $45.
Portland , Tucomu und Seattle und
return , one way via California , on sale
August 0 -10-lM2-iM4-15.10-17-29. : .
30-31 , $5 .
San Francisco und Los Angeles und
return , $50. On sale August Gto 14 , $50.
Denver , Colorado Springs und Pueb
lo und return , on saio dully , $17.50.
On sale August 12 , to 15 , $15. On sale
August 30 to Sept 4 , $10.75.
Salt LuVe , Provo , Price und Ogdcn ,
Utah , und return , on sale dully , $30 50.
Grand Junction und Muck , Colo. , und
return , on sale daily , $30.50.
Yellowstone Park , through und in
cluding hotels und stuge , und return ,
on sale dully , $75.
Detroit und return , on sale August
13 , 14 , $21.
Plttsburg , PH. , and return , on sale
August 18 , in , $23.50.
Richmond , Va. , und return , on sale
Septemder 8 to 11 , $33.15.
Chuttunoogu , Tenn. , ucd return , on
Bale September 11 to 10 , $23.05.
Philadelphia and return , on sule
September 14 to 10 , $32.15.
Cody , Wyo. , Black Hills und Plot
Springs , S. D. , approximately half
rutes ull summer.
Milwaukee und southern Wisconsin
points , Michigan resorts on Lukes
Michigan and Huron , Cunudu , Muine
und New England , St. Lawrence and
Luku Cumpluin regions , very low tour
ist rutes daily.
If you will cull or write , it will be u
pleasure to advise you about rutes ,
truln service , to reserve you n berth ,
und to try to moke your trip a com
G. 'S. STEWART ,
84-4 Agent C. B. & Q. Ry.
Nothing on the Market Equal to Cham
berlain' * Colic , Cholera and
This fact is well known to druggists
everywhere , and nine out of ten will
give their customers this preparation
when the best Is asked for. Mr. Obe
Witmer , a prominent dru gUtof Joplin -
lin , Mo. , In a circular to his customers
says : "There la nothing on the market
in tha way of patent medicine which
equals Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera
and Diurrhoeu Renndy for bowel com
plaints. We sell und recommend this
. " For sale '
preparation. at Kerr'sdrug
Martha King was down from
Verdon on business Saturday.
Fnlls City. Neb ,
St. Joseph Salt Lake City
Kansas City Portland
St. Louis and all San Francisco
points east and and all points
TKAINS I.UAVK AS FOLLOWS :
No. 42. Portland St. Louis
Special , St. Joseph ,
Kansas City , St.
Louis and all points
east and south 7:20 p m
No. 13. Vestibuled express ,
daily , Denver and
all points west and
northwest 1:2S : a m
No. 14. Vestibuled express ,
daily , St. Joe , Kan
sas City , St. Louis
and all points cast
and south 7:47 : a m
No. 15. Vestibuled express ,
daily , Deliver , and
all points west and
northwest 1:28 : p in
Nc 16. Vestibuled express
daily , St. Joe , Kan
sas City , St Louis
Chicago and points
easi and south 4:25 p in
No. 20. Local express daily
south and west. . . . 4:35 p m
No. 41. St. Louis-Portland
lena , Tacoma and
change 10:07 : p m
No. 115. Local accommoda
tion , daily ex
cept SuiidaySalein ,
Nemaha and Ne
braska City 11:15 p m
Sleeping , dining' and reeling- chair
cars ( seats free ) on through trains.
Tickets sold and baggage checked to V
any point in the States or Canada. For
information , time tables , maps and
tickets , call on or write to G. Stewart ,
Agent , Falls City , Neb. , or J. Francis ,
G. P. & T. A. , Omaha.
Missouri Pacific Railway
Time Table , Falls City , Neb.
No. 105 Omaha and Lincoln
Express A 1:57 a m
No , 103 Omaha and Lincoln
passenger A 1:00 p m
No. 191 Local Freight , Au
burn A 1:00 : p m
No. 106 Kansas City and St.
Louis and Denver A 3:10 a m
No. 108 Kansas City and St.
Louis and Denver Al:2Spm
No. 192 Local , Atchison. . 10:30 a m
No. 164 Stock Freight , Hi
awatha A 10:20 p m
A. Daily. B. Daily except Sunday.
J. B. VARNKK , Agent.
A little forethought may save you no
end of trouble. Anyone who makes it
a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colin ,
Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy ( it
hand knows this to be a fact. For sale
ut Ktrr's drug store.
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