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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JANUARY 3 , 1908
We arc grateful to our patrons for the most successful year of our experience. Our first ambition
for 1908 shall be to merit your further favor and support. More aggressive in our efforts , more com
plete in our stocks , more satisfactory in our values , we shall claim a larger proportion of your trade.
We inaugurate the year by a money saving event. When we make a Clearing Sale you get the
benefit. Prior to taking our Annual Inventory we offer discounts and reduced prices that will ap
peal to all good housewives.
CLOAKS LAST CALL CLOAKS
40 per cent off
28 Ladies Lonj : Cloth Coats left. 10 Blacks
and IS Reds , Castors , Greens , Prunes and Fan
cies. Sold ( luring the season at $4.50 to $28.
These arc all , except three garments , of } ' ) Q7
styles. They are all excellent designs and
high value at the first selling price.
20 Ladies' Short Imitation Fur Jackets ,
Blacks , Brown and Keel , sold at $12.50 t" $30 ,
all new this season , and we believe thev will
be strong in demand during the winter of
l'JOS-9. All six.cs from 32 to 40. at 40 per cent
off. These coats will be cleaned up within a
few days. The first comers will have the best
choice. A delay of a ( lav may cause you to
miss the only coat in our department that will
fit and please von.
50 per cent off
Every Infant's , Childs' and Misses' Coot is
now offered during this sale at half price.
Any sine from the baby to 14 years may be
fitted and pleased , as there remains a wide
range of styles , colors and quantities. $2
Coats for $1. $3 Coats for $1.50 , $4 Coats for$2 ,
$5 Coats for $2.50. $7.50 Coats for $3.75 , $10
Coats for $5. It is our policy to close out all
Cloaks every season.
20 per cent off.
To stimulate our extra demand on Dress
Skirts during the days of this Clearing Sale ,
we will give a discount of 20 per cent from our
open price. There are over 200 Skirts on our
racks , all of them made of high grade fabrics
and in up-to-date models , prices from $3.75 to
$17. Alterations will be made during this
sale without charge. There are still left on
our bargain rack down stairs , 12 high grade
Skirts worth from $5 to $ S , reduced to $2.50.
2s per cent off.
Rain Coats in Tan , Oxford , Olives and Fan
cies , all sixes , worth from $5 to $15 now one-
fourth off. This is a splendid chance to get a
garment which every woman should possess at
money saving cost. They are warm , protect
the clothing and are convenient.
SHAWLS LONG AND SQUARE
20 per cent off
36 Shawls in all sixes from 36 inches square
to 6x12 feet , prices from 50c to $8. No article
of wear more useful in the family. All go at
20 per cent off. Come in and supply your needs.
KNIT WEAR 20 per cent off
All Knit Wear including Toques. Fascina
tors , Knit Shawls and Scarfs at one-fifth off.
This is a very seasonable bargain.
Hen's , Women's Children's Under
wear 20 per cent off
Remember that the prices made in this ad
vertisement are good only during the da3s of
this sale. One-fifth will be deducted from the
price of all Knit Underwear during these days.
Money is worth onlv 6 to 7 per cent , why not
buy for the fall of 190S ?
SMALL LOTS ODDS AND ENDS
In every department of our place are small
lots , odds and ends , goods that should for one
reason or another be closed out. All these
will be offered at prices regardless of former
price or cost.
SHIRT WAISTS 2o per cent off
To reduce our Shirt Waist stock prior to
getting in new lines , we will discount during
this sale every waist , Lawns. Poplins. Mercer
ized , Fancies , Nets , Laces and Silks. As
there is but slight change in the waist vogues
for spring , this is an opportunity to make a
distinct saving in your early shopping.
BLANKETS 20 per cent off
Cotton blankets 10 4 , 11-4 , 12-4 sizes worth
65c , 75c , Si , $1.25 , $1.40 , $1.50 , $2 , $2.50.
Wool blankets 10-4 , 11-4. 12-4 sizes , worth
$2.50 , $3.50 , $4 , $5 , $5.50 , $6. $9 , $10. All at
12/c outing flannels , sale price 9c ; lf > c out
ing flannelssale price 12c ; 12lAc flannelettes
sale price 9c ; 15c flannelettes , sale price lie ;
good weight unbleached muslin 6 > c ; heavy
weight unbleached muslin 7/'Jc ; small check
aoioskeag gingham Sc ; hope bleached muslin
S'sc ; lonsdale lOc.
Granulated sugar 19 pounds $1.00
Best home grown potatoes , per bushel. . 75
Extra fancv California peaches , apricots ,
pears , cherries , can 25
Good soda crackers , per large box 1.25
High standard tomatoes , per can 10
Calumet Baking Powder , per lb . . . 19
Lay ton's Baking Powder , per lb 10
Wisconsin October full cream cheese , lb. 17
California Walnuts , best soft , per lb . . . 19
Whole wheat biscuit , per package 10
Cranberries , per quart 10
V. G. LYFOR
THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
Kntcrcd as second-class matter at
Falls City , Nebraska , post oflicc , Janu
ary 12 , 1W4 , under the Act of Congress
of March 3 , 1879.
Published every Friday at Kails City ,
Nebraska , by
the Tribune Publishing Comptvny
E. F. Shtvrts , Manager
One year 51.00
Six ti'ontliH 60
Three months 35
The struggle for the presidential -
dential nomination is going to
call out the best intelligence
and the highest character of or
ganizing ability in the republi
can party. As viewed from u
distance it looks like Sec. Taft
and Gov. Ilughes of New York
weru the most prominent of the
candidates. The party will
not go far wrong with either of
these men as its candidate.
Both have been prominent in
public and private life , and both
have made good in every under
taking. Sec. Taft has handled
some weighty problems and in
each instance has settled the
difficulty with satisfaction to
his country. As Govern'or of
the Philippine Islands he did
dislructive work for his country
and achieved reat personal
reuown by his masterly di
plomacy and far seeing states
manship. His management of
the late Cuban difficulty was
almost as great a trimph as his
Philippine ndm lustration.
Sec. Taft is a brilliant lawyer
whose mental temperament is
as pure and broad as though no
trivial technicalities nor high
sounding constitutional phrases
had ever escaped the fertile
of the trust lawyers.
If the weather of the first three
days of January govern the first
three months of the year , some
enterprising citizen might as well
begin plans for an ice plant in
this city next summer.
A GOOD BANK
ACCOUNT is exceedingly comforting- times of
need , and it inav be said of Falls Citv Banks that vou
can get your money and that in cash , when you wish it.
This Bank pays three per cent interest on time de
posits and four per cent on Children's accounts.
FALLS CITY STATE BANK
Capital and Surplus , $70,000.00
Matt Sohulenb.irg mudu u trip to
Fulls City Moiiduy.
A. C. and C U.Stclnbrlnk nttcuded
the funeral of tholr cousin Emma
Whltroek tit Fulls City Thursday of
Chtis. Stelnbrlnk took 2' > head of hops
to Struussvlllo Monduy.
\Yiloou Lowe took 20 bond of hogs to
The Holiness denomination begun u
series of revival meetings on Saturday
Lester LaMlller Is over from Brock
shaking hands with old acquaintances.
D. E. and Otis Splekler went to
Uojulle last week for u short visit.
Mr # . K. J. Kay has gene to Peru for
11 prolonged visit with relatives.
C. H. Martin , wife and daughter
Grace were Falls City visitors this
Mr * . Olive Kukorand children went
to Versailles , 111. , for n sho.'t visit with
Mrs. T. C. Koo and sou Orrie were
hero from Falls C'ty ' this week visiting
Lloyd Mitchell and wlfo departed
Sunday for u week's visit with her pa
rents at Abilene , Kg.
Hurry Hundrlck * visited his sister
Mrs. Ellen Smith of Falls City several
days last week.
Anthony Smith of Falls City was
Miss Lottie Lunation went to Kansas
City Sunday to spend u couple of
weeks visiting relative ? .
Miss Pearl Norman of Minden visit
ed friends hero last week.
Frank Jepsou has moved his family
hero from Salem onto the Prlue farm
for the winter.
John Wulker and wife of Verdon
vUltod friends here Saturday.
Joy Morgan who Is attending school
at Peru spent the holidays here with
Ghlin Howtmtn of Lincoln is visiting
hU grandfather here.
Mrs Nellie Peters went to Abillne ,
Kun. , Sunciiy for a week * vl.-lt with
Grundp.i and Grandma Slemerlng
were pleutautly surprised at their resi
dence on Christmas day by a largo
number of their friends. Grandma
was presented with a handsome kitchen
cabinet as a Christmas gift. At a late
hour thu guests departed for their
homos wishing them many happy re
turns o' the day and a happy and pros
perous now jour.
Josephine Lemon wus born at Louis
iana , Pike County , Mo. , on Oct. 15.1S01 ;
'died at the home of her sister Mrs.
Otto Lieuko near Shubort Dec. 'iO ,
ugod 4G years , - months and 15 days.
She removed with her parents from
Missouri to Nebraska In ISBU ; was mur-
rled to li. W. Lemons Nov. 24. 1SJ-J ,
and has made this vicinity her home
since that time. She leaves to mourn
her loss a husband , four sons , an aged
father , four brothers and one sister all
I of whom were present at the funeral
( except one brother Wm. Sieraerlng
! who lives at Stillwater , Okla. She
j was laid to rest in Harris cemetery on
Jan. 1. Wis extend our heartfelt gym-
i inutile ? to inn btrtiaved relatives.
i Miss Satlve Jones went to Lincoln
, Tuesday to visit her sister Jessie.
j J. N Wickham and wife went to
Dr. Green and wife drove to Falls
Dean Windle went to St Joe Tuesday.
Ernie Moore retune.l home Jrom
Falls City Tuesday.
Will Porter of Turkio , Mo , visited
relatives here this week.
Muinlt ! Mo'oley is visiting with rela
tives in Fairbury.
Mesdumes Will Vundervort and A.
Ogden were -t. Joe visitors Tuesdaj- .
Mr * . J. A. Adams and baby went to
Humboldt Tuesday to visit relatives.
Misses Florence Jones , Olive Tilden
and Grace Harlln were in Falls City
R. C. Hrown and family went to
Stella Tuesday to visit relatives.
W. R. Allen and daughter Ada loft
Saturday for Belleville , Ks. , for u visit
with relatives. They will also visit
Colby before returning home.
Miss Lucy Gregory vUl tea in Nem-
aha City Wednesday.
Miss Eleanor Meredith visited last
week with friends in Fulls City.
Miss Sarah Thompson cuuie down
from Da\\son Monduy.
Mlssos Louise Rule , Maude Davis ,
Hazel White , Lela Powell , Florence
A'oltzel and Edna DaWald of Falls
City visited at Nola McCooPs last week.
Mrs. Miiffifie Mead went to Endiqott
Tuesday to vi-it relatives.
Mrs. J , T. Attains sind Lela wont to
LitK-oln Tuesday on a visit.
John McCoolislted in Falls City
11. B. Huston was In Hutubo'.dl V'ed-
Eugonu Meredith , Hen Hovton and
Fay French wore passengers to Lincoln
Nola and Helen McCool went to
Falls City Tuesday.
\V. W. Wertz aud wlfo left Tuesday
Wish to thank their many friends for the
success of the past year. \Veare planning a
campaign ihe coming year that will go ahead
of anv undertaking we have yet entered upon.
' To commence the year we wish to announce
to all music lovers that we have
' The entire catalogue of Sheet Music Published
by the McKinley Music Company--ioc per copy.
Orders filled by mail same day as received
and a complete catalogue sent on request. A
Postal Card will bring it.
If you are a beginner on Organ , Piano ,
Violin , Mandolin , or a graduate , we. have the
Music for you.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
REAVIS < a ABBEY
Herbert Hays atteiided u dunce at
Omaha Monday night.
Harry Miner , formerly of Stella but
now of the state university visited here
The annual party of the Research
club was given at the homo of I. W.
Harris Wednesday night. The com
pany went to the home of K. Wheeler
! for refreshments.
I The Music club met Thursday afternoon -
! noon with Junettc Weller.
Miss Pearl Kllraa spent the Christ
mas vacation at IXiwson ur.d Maggie
Mclvlnuey at Brownville.
Mrs. Sherm Sbiley was called to
Verdon Monday by the serious illness
of her father.
Miss Lydia Balstler is visiting at
Gladys Young went to Omahu to vlalt
Jack Warner and brldo have return
ed to their home in North Dakota.
Sherm Kroh and wife are visiting
hero from McCook.
Bell , the shoe man moved to Auburn
Jacob Hinkle and wlfo visited In
Falls City this week.
John Robinson and wife of Kansas
are visiting friends here.
Mrs. Barry Shellenbarger of Stam
ford is visiting : relatives hero.
School commenced Monday after a
H. K. Clark and family of Kansas
City uro guests of friends here.