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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1910)
Hargrave's June Clearing Sale
This Sale is a genuine benefit sale tor our cus
tomers, and anybody else's customers. We make
it a sort of general benefit by reducing our prices
on our fine clothes that you know we have and
that you want. This Special Clearance Sale is
such an opportunity as you seldom have for sup
plying yourself with good clothes at less than
they are worth. If we get you acquainted with
our excellent merchandise in this sale and dem
onstrate the merits of our clothing to you, we /t
will make more in your good will than we lose JJ
in the price. We really can even afford to makeMJ
an investment in your good will though it in-f||^
volves a loss. ^
Think of this! All our Men's and Young
Men's Suits and Overcoats, starting at $12.50
and ending at $25, are divided into four price
lots, on the following basis:
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Lot I at $UM
Embraces all Suits and Rain Coats
that sold during season at $13.50
Lot 2 at $13.1^
Embraces all Suits and Rain Coats
formerly priced at $16.50 and
Lot 3 at $86.15
Embraces all Suits and Overcoats
formerly sold during season at
Lot 4 at $18.12
All Suits that sold during the sea
son at $22.00 and $25.00.
No reduction in Furnishing Goods during our June Sale
Boys’ and Children’s Suits we are giving even a bigger cut in price than we are in Men's and Young Men’s Suits. I he above prices hold good on all
Suits in the store with the exception of blue serge and black dress suits.
Exclusive Agts for Manhattan Shirts HARGRAVE & HARGRAVE Headquarters for J U Stetson Hats
NOTHING BUT GOOD CLOTHING
THE COIRS AND GOERS
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TO
YOU AND ME.
What Your Friends and Their
Friends Have Been Doing
the Past Week.
—Eat Sowle’s Candy.
—Dr. Wilson, Wahl’s building.
(Jot in the parada Decoration day.
The comet has taken the back
—Now is the time to plant straw
-—By your seed corn at Heck’s
feed store. 15-2t.
Big sale now in full blast.—
Pence & Little.
—Young’s Pantoripm cleans and
presses ladies skirts. 44-tf
—If it’s shoes yon want, call at
the Home Shoe store. 14-lt
Thee cents a yard for wide lace
just think of that.—‘Pence & Little.
Falls City will be the train dis
patchers headquarters for this divis
ion of the Missouri Pacific.
The democratic bre'wers of Omaha
didn't give W. J. Bryan a brewer’s
reception by a long ways.
Salt Lake City had an earthquake
scar,* Sunday morning. The city re
ceived a lively shaking up.
Mrs. W. S. Fast returned Monday
to her home in St. Joe after visiting
a week with Falls City friends.
Did you get one of those big bills
of Pence & Little’s? If you didn’t
drop them a card and they will mail
John Powell lias moved into his
new, up-to-date and commodious quar
ters. As *n office building, Mr. Pow
ell’s effort is commendable and might
well be imitated by others.
Mrs. II. E. Wittwer, Miss Helen
Smith and Mrs. W. H. Wyler were
in Falls City Tuesday. They took
the train for Lawton, Iowa, where
they will attend the Sunday School
convention of the Reformed church.
A disconsolate liar tender watching
1 the falling rain, the day of the base
ball opening, was heard to remark,
‘that rain will cost me $200.” A
curious boy wondered, why? Be
cause, the rain will keep the farm
ers from coming to town, and of
course they won’t buy “booze.” A
farmer who happened to overhear the
conversation, asked, “what will the
Twenty-seven young ladies took
the county examination under Supt.
Oliver last week. The masculine ele
ment in these tests seem to be an
indefinite quanity. Certainly the
young women are in the lead in
their aspirations for peddagogical
Mrs. Will Resterer of Kansas City
has visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A1 Restorer and with Falls City
friends during the week. Mr. Res
terer will arrive Friday night and
after a visit over Sunday, both will
return to Kansas City.
Mrs. P. H. .lessen returned last.
Saturday from Omaha where she
spent a week visiting with friends.
She also attended the Council of
the Episcopal church as delegate from
the Woman’s auxiliary.
Miss Clare Boose, who has
been teaching in New Mexico for
the past year, returned home Sat
urday. She has been quite ill with
measles since her return.
Rev. Brooks and Rev. Nanninga
drove to Salem Sunday afternoon to
address the people on Sunday school
matters. They report an excellent
'John Higgins accompanied Mrs.
C. M. Bracelen to her home in St.
Paul last Friday. He will spend a
few weeks at that place.
Rev. G. L. Neide returned Saturday
from Omaha where he spent most of
the week attending a meeting of
the Episcopal church.
Mrs. James O’Grady of Dawson,
who has been dangerously 111, is
improving and there is now hope
of her recovery.
Mrs. C. M. Bracelen and little dau
ghter, Ellen, returned to their home
in St. Paul after a short visit in this
Mr. and Mrs. Herman lleutner were
made happy Saturday by the appear
ance of an (ight-pound boy.
Walter Veach and James Ayers of
Verdon saw that big ball game at
this place Friday.
Rev. Wachtel and George Fisher
were among the Rulo people in the
Gottlieb Marmet has returned
from the sanitarium in Chicago much
Don't miss the big shoe sale at
Pence & Little’s.
W. W. Gentry of Dawson was in
Big May sale now going on. —
Pence & Little.
L. L. muslin for 5c.—Pence & Lit
Winnie Ryan of Dawson was in ibe
All skirts at greatly reduced prices
at Pence & Little’s.
The Boosters’ special carried a
Bell telephone switch for the use
of the party.
Three packages of corn flakes for
twenty-five cents at Pence & Little’s.
Mr. Arnold, who lives in tlie north
part of town is very ill. liis suffer
ing is often very intense. The sym
pathy of his friends is witli him.
Cecil Grahanh of St. Louis visited
over Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Graham. His little
daughter, Miss Dorothy, came up
with him and will remain for quite an
extended visit. Mr. Graham went to
Ida Hilgenfeld, who was hurt by
a fall seven weeks ago is still bed
fast. While she lias made some im
provement, yet her condition is not
progressing as fast as one would like
to see. She is, however in
hopes of soon being able to be out
and enjoy these beautiful summer
A little soil was burn Monday to
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Greenwald to
whom the name of William A. litis
been given. The mother and baby
are in the best of health and Guy
has increased several pounds in im
portance at being called “papa.” This
makes Uncle Silas Gist, our esteem
ed friend in Salem, great-grandpa.
Isadore Wellman, who was from
Humboldt, was one of the booster
gang. 11" is now one of the cash
ier's in tlie Hern National bank.
Miss Jennie Fellers came down
from Humboldt Monday and was the
guest of Miss Graham the first of
Keen cuts in selling figures are
now in evidence at Pence & Lit
Miss Mt.igaret McKiever was the
guest of Dawson friends Sunday.
Japanese Silk in all colors at 29
cents per yard.—Pence & Little.
Miss Lilali Spurlock was down
from Salem Monday.
Yes, Pence & Little sells yeast
foam for three cents.
The June Bride
As a Stellar Attraction Outshines Any
Old Comet — Even Halley's Not Excepted
Madam Rumor lias it that this June will see numerous
weddings in and around Falls City the coming month.
On the strength of this information we have weighted
our shelves with those pretty and useful things that the
sensible bride yearns for.
In this department we are particularly strong—we are
headquarters for everything in the Silverware that the
prospective housewife may desire.
I he kind that the ladies rave over and the bride natur
ally expects. We are headquarters for Cut Glass too,
and are showing the most line ever brought to the city.
DAVIES & OWENS
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
75 cent Corsets for forty-nine cents.
—Pence <S. Little.
Dr. J. L. Gandy was down from
Matchless clearing sales in all de
partments.—Pence & Little.
James Mill returned Friday from j
C. A. It. “.late encampment.
Biggest sale we have ever had now
going on.—Pence & Little.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dennett of
Verdon wore in town Tuesday.
Warm weather wearables at cold
weather prices.—Pence & Little.
Mrs. George Strawn of Chicago is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. James lllil.
Ladies waists in ten different styles
for forty-five cents at Pence & Lit
Frank Nims and wife were down
from Nims City Friday for the bull
Mrs. George Wahl and little son
are in Kansas City this week visiting
Miss Nola Mt'Cool of Salem visited
the latter part of last week with Miss
Winnie and Clyde Berger of Hia
watha tool; in the hall game here
Mrs. S. A. Little returned last
Saturday front a visit with her par
ents in Omaha.
John Oilligan came down front Ne
braska City for the ball games and
to visit his family.
Miss Gertrude Lyford came down
from Lincoln last Thursday for a
short visit at home.
Charles Loree went to Excelsior
Springs Monday morning to take
treatment for rheumatism.
Mrs. John Bauman and daughter,
Gertrude left Saturday for a visit
with relatives in Kansas.
Mrs. Fred Schock and little son
returned Monday from a visit with
relatives in Nebraska City.
Dr. Charles Fordice of St. Louis
spent last Thursday and Friday at
the Lome of W. H. Maddox.
Mrs. Paul Greenwald and her moth
er, Mrs. Craig, returned Saturday
from a visit to relatives in Illinois.
Mrs. J L. Dalby of Shubert re
turned to her home Saturday after a
few days visit with Mrs. II. C. Davis.
Miss Grace Lyford came down from
Lincoln Saturday for a short visit
at home, but was quite ill during her
Miss Shirley Wilcox came in from
Burlington, Col., last Thursday for
a visit with her lister, and other
Juke .Mi!k‘i\ one of the bail boys of
Itulo, whose parents entered com
plaint against him because he was
beyond their control, was sentenced
to the reform school by .lodge Gag
non and was taken to Kearney this
week. It is imped he will he taught
something good anil worth while so
he many eventually make an honest.
Sheriff Fenton took Mary Klide to
Geneva Tuesday, where she was com
mitted to the Girls' Industrial school.
She has shown considerable way
wardness recently and seems not
only unhappy with her relatives but
entirely beyond their control. It
is to he hoped the school will have
the best influence upon her.
Mrs. Bowker, who makes her home
with her sister, Mrs. Plumb, is still
in very poor health, and lias been
an invalid for the past seven years.
She cannot leave her bed and is
waited on constantly by n nurse.
Otto Hilgenfeld and family from
near Valley Falls, Kas., ale visiting
in this city this week at the home
of 1, Hilgenfeld. Otto was raised
in this county and it is a home com
Mrs. S. I,. Marts received word this
week that a ten-pound boy was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marts at Wy
more on Sunday. She will go to
Wynmre the last of the week to get
acquainted with tlie* young man.
Mrs. George Seabury of Kansas
City and iitlle daughter, who visited
with friends in this city last week
went to Humboldt Friday,
Harry Pittock has gone to St. Joe,
where he has secured a good place
as assisting surgeon in the Woodson
Mies Deborah Mower came up from
St. Joe last Saturday for a visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Mower.
Miss Johnston of California arrived
the first of the week to visit Mrs.
Sam Mower and Mrs. W. P. Long.
Will Sager of Butler, Mo., arrived
Saturday to visit his niece, Mrs. A.
It. Cameron and John Wagner.
Mrs. Tom Ramsey of Sterling, who
lias been visiting relatives here,
left Sunday for Forteseue.
Five pounds best beans for twen
ty-five cents.—Pence & Little.
George Ocamb and son were up
from Rulo Tuesday.
Belding's silk thread for 8c per spoo
—Pence & Little.
A. R. K iim was a visitor in Hum
4c will buy a gauze vest at Pence
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