The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, March 03, 1911, Image 5

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Starts on Saturday,
March 4th. Closes
Saturday, March llth
at II p. m.
OME in and let us convince you that this
is the Sale ol the Season and the only
sale so far that will save you money. Every
thing in this Sale is new and clean. Nothin#
is old and shelfworn. And remember your
PRODUCE is the same as CASH,
Round Trip Railroad
fare paid from any
part of the county
on bills of $5.00 or
(Children’s regular 15c
hose, Lucky f 1
Strike sale pr. . * ***
Misses’and Hoys’reg. 15c
hose, Lucky Or'
Strike sale price. .***
Misses regular 20c hose
Lucky Strike | O —
sale price.*■
Ladies’ regular 10c hose,
Lucky Strike sale ©-*
Ladies’regular 15c hose, | Af-»
Lucky Strike sale price. . . . *
Ladies’ regular 25c hose, |
Lucky Strike sale price. ... *
Ladies’ regular 50c hose,
Lucky Strike sale price. . .
During this sale we will give
1-4 off
on all hall and Winter Lnderwear
We have just received a full line of
Embroideries, Overlaces, Flounc
ings, Flaxons, Satin Lisse, Egyp
tian Tissue and Summer Silks at
prices that will surprise you. Come
in and let us show you.
All Ladies', Men’s and Children’s
at cost in this sale.
During this sale we will give 15 per
cent off on any pair of shoes in our
entire stock.
15 per cent off on all WORK and
1-5 off on all Men's and Boys’ HATS
and CAPS.
Men’s 50c and One WORK SHIRTS at
10 per cent off on all OVERALLS
1-4 off on all Men’s DRESS SHIRTS
1-4 off on all Ladies’ FLANELETTE
1-3 off on any SWEATER in our entire
Six (0) spools .). & P. Coat's THREAD
regular price, 30c. Sale pr., 25c
A big line of Men's and Boys’ SUS
PENDERS go at from 8c to 25c
per pair. The goods formerly
sold for from 15c to 50c per pair
4 cans American lye, regular price
35c. Lucky Strike sale 25c
5 bars Lenox soap, regular price
37c. Lucky Strike sale
price .
i Package best Corn Starch, regu
lar price ioc. Lucky ffp
Strike sale price.
ioc standard Sweet Corn, regular
price, ioc. Lucky strike O.
sale price.1/%/
ioc Package Puffed Wheat, regular
price, ioc. Lucky Strike Op
sale price.
i pail Lake White Fish, regular
price, 75c. Lucky £Cp
Strike sale price.
ioc package Dr. Price's wheat flakes
regular pr., ioc. Lucky Op
Strike sale price.
3 lbs. bulk Starch, regular price
1 ?c. I Aickv Strike sale
6 lbs. Michigan hand picked navy
beans, reg. pr. 36c. Luc- OCLp.
ky Strike sale price . . .
Remember,yourproduGe is same as cash
Looking for your business.
Verdon MercantiOe Go. Nebraska
Eliza Ann Abrams was born in
North Carolina, October 14, 1831. She
was married to Samuel T. Sears in
Delaware County, Indiana in 1848 and
died in Falls City at the home of
her son, February 27, 1911, at the
age of 79 years, four monts and thir
teen days. Her husband died July 21
1893. To this union nine children
were born, six sons and three daugh
ters of whom two daughters and one
son are dead. The living children
are Vol II. Sears, Chouteau, Mont.;
Charles E., Oakland, Cal.; Mrs. L. U.
Reavis, San Jose, Cal.; Will L., Sam
uel 13., and George L„ of this city.
Besides these children there are two
sisters, Mrs. Sallie Parks of Iowa
and Mrs. Martha Dalrymple of Kansr
to mourn her loss.
The funeral was held from the
house at 2:00 o’clock Tuesday. The
'funeral services were conducted by
Rev. Brooks of the M. E. church and
interment was made in Steele cem
Miss Nan Aspinwall will give a Laria
ing Exhibition
At the Grand Theater on Friday
and Saturday with a a Saurday Mat
inee, Miss Nan Aspinwall will give a
lariating exhibition. On the pro
gram there will be two big vaude
ville Acts, two reels of pictures and
two illustrated songs. She was with
the Buffalo Bill Wild West show at
the Madison Square Gardens, where
she won the World's Champion rec
ord for roping in 1908. Miss Aspen
wall is the only person attempting to
make the ride from San Francisco
to New York using only one horse.
There will be all kinds of fancy
roping and riding. Another member
of her company is Princess Omene.
The prirncess will present a number
of refined and artistic dances and
poses. Her costumes are said to. be
tlie most wonderfully elaborate and
expensive costumes worn by any
dancer on the stage today. You are
sure to enjoy her performance.
Frank I’. Gable, the champion roper
and the man who traveled with Buf
falo Bill's Wild West show for thrree
seasons will also put on some stunts
in fancy roping. Mr. Gable is the
forerunner of Miss Aspenwall.
I have purchased the livery barn
formerly owned by C. E. Kelso,
and am ready to do a general livery
and feed business. Horses boardced
by the day, week or month. S. .1.
Sconce. * 22-6
Report of The Condition
of the
Farmers State Bank
Of Preston, Nebraska
Charter Number 70H, incorporated in the
State of Nebraska, at the close of business
Februury l7th, 1911,
Loans and discounts. — $ 24,385.82
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured_ 770.8s
Banking house furniture and fixtures 650.00
Current expenses and taxes paid. 1.74.91
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers ... $8,2*0.90
Currency . . 1.537 00
Silver, nickels and cents 784.61 2,271.61 ,
Total. .$34,515.65
Capita 1 stock paid in. • . .$13,000,00 1
Surplus fund. 2.600.00 |
Undi/ided profits. 683-89]
Individual deposits subject t«*
check ..$11.103.71
Demand certificates of deposit. 7,146.05 18,249.76 ,
Total . $34,518.65
r bs.
Comity of Richardson. 1
I, Clyde Thacker, cashier of the above
named bank, do hereby swear that the above
statement is a correct and true copy of the re*
port made to the State Banking Board.
Clyde THackbr, Cashier
W. C. Margrave, Director
If C. ZorLLrr, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 27th
da\ #f Feb , 1911
Guy P. Grrbnwald, Notary Public.
My commission expires Dec. 22. 1911.
John Fritz was in town yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durfee were in
town yesterday.
Mox Gruber was over from Kansas
yesterday on business.
J. F. William of Atchison is in
the city on business.
Mrs. Mike Clancy of Dawson was i
the city shopping today.
Charles Sehlosser of Rulo was a
Falls City visitor Wednesday.
Newton Hosford of Rulo was in
town yesterday advertising his sale.
Frank Zimmerman of Seneca was
in the city Wednesday on business.
Carter, the cartoonist is here.
Presbyterian church tonight. 15c, 25c
and 35c.
Miss Peck came down from Morrill
the first of the week and is visiting
with relatives in this city.
Wanted—Two connected furrnished
rooms by two young men of good
habits. Modern if possible. Address
B 100 care Tribune.
Carter is accompanied by his wife
a talented soloist. She will assist
in the program at the Presbyterian
church tonight.
C. C. Heisnerr, a brakeman on the
Missouri Pacific brought his goods up
from Atchison yesterday. He is veryj
busy straightening things up today as
he expects his wife and family this
The K. P. lodge met last night in
regular session.
C. H. Lippold of White Cloud is in
town today.
Mrs. C. L. Bowers of Verdon is in
the city today.
George Parchen of Barada was in
this city yesterday.
Charles H. Oatas came up fro*
Kausas City last night.
W. J. Owens was up from Hamilton
Missouri, yesterday.
J. S. Smith of Morrill, Kas , is in
| town on business today.
around town horse back yesterday.
Tlie Degree of Honor wilty meet to
night at 7:30 in the Masonic hall.
Arch Hughey of Nebraska City is
a business visitor in town today.
Mrs. C. A. Nixon and Mrs. Homer
Sailors ot Barn da were shopping m
this city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Thompson were
in town Wednesday Shopping.
Lloyd Knisely was in town yester
day looking after business.
March first was a pretty day and
the usual number of collectors made
their appearance.
Mrs. George Prater returned last
night from St. doe where she has
been visiting a few days.
Elmer King was in town yesterday
visiting with old friends. He re
turned to Lincoln last night.
Roscoe Anderson is moving his
office furnishings today in with Paul
Weaver over the Harlan drug store.
Dr. Wilson is just moving back in
his new office in the Wahll Building.
His rooms were devastated with the
water at the time of the fire.
Wm. Mosiman was in town yester
day on business. He says he is
feeding 100 head of cattle and 300
Life Saved at Deaths Door
‘‘I never felt bo near my grave,”
writtes W. It. Patterson, of Welling
ton, Texas, as when a frightful cough
and lung trouble pulled me down to
100 pounds, in spite of doctors treat
merit for two years. My father and
mother and twto sisters died of con
sumption, and that I am alive today
is due solely to Dr. King’s New
Discovery, which completely cured
me. Now I weigh 187 pounds and
have been well and strong for many
years.” Quick, safe, sure, its the
best remedy on eartth for coughs,
colds, lagrippe, ashtma, croup, and
all throat and lung trouble. 50c and
$1.00. Triel bottle free. Guaranteed
by A. G. Wanner.
I Pneumonia Follows A Cold
Attractive Rates for MARCH
Very Low One Wav Rates to Pacific toast. A general basis
of $25.00 for one-way colonist tickets to California, Oregon
Washington and the Far West daily from March 10th to
April 10th. Tickets are honored in coaches and through
tourist sleepers.
Through Tourist Sleeper Service. Every day to Los Ange
les, via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake Route. Every
day to San Francisco, March J0th to April 10th, via Den
ver, Scenic Colorado, Ogden, personally conducted tourist
sleeper excursions every Thursday and Sunday to ’Frisco,
then Los Angleles, via Coast Line. Every day to Seattle,
Portland and Northwest.
Homeseekers' Excursions. March 7th and 21st, to new terri
tory south, west and northwest, including Big Horn Basin.
Yellowstone Park. Think now about touring the Park this
summer; inquire about the new and attractive ways through
this wonderland, an eight day personally conducted camp
ing tour from Cody, via the scenic entrance, every thing pro
vided: different from all other tours. An ideal recreative
and scenic outing fora small party of friends to take. Address
Aaron Holm, Proprietor, Cody, Wyo., or the undersigned.
If you are expecting to make any kind of a summer tour, l shall be
glad to have you get In touch with me early.
e 0 Whitford Tickct Agent
L. W. WAKELEV. General Passenger Agent
Omaha, Nebraska
The world's wheat market reached
its lowest, yesterday, since 1908. The I
price of wheat has been slowly but
surely falling for some time. This
downward tendency in the price of
the staff of life is world wide, and
the conditions governing it are world
conditions. Just now the reciproc
ity agitation will get the blame for it
in the U. S. But the real
cause is wider and more far reaching.
The world’s wheat harvest last year
was unusually large. The crop in
the United States was a heavy one.
The heavy rain and snow fall over
almost the entire wheat producing ter
ritory, is almost equivalent to a
guarantee of another big crop next
year. These general facts coupled
with local conditions have combined
to bring the price of wheat down be
low the lowest point recahed in 3
Miss Nan Aapenwall will give an
exhibit in lairiating at the Grand
Theater Frriday and Saturday night.