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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MARCH 20 , 1908 ,
City , City ,
Having1 made arrangements with the FINEST SKIUT Housu
in this country to represent their line in Falls City , we wish
to announce to the public that from now on we will be able to
show you a Full Line of the celebrated
known the country over as the Best Made , Best Fitting
and Best Style Skirt on the market today. We have them
in all the New Colors and Weaves in Plain and Fancy Striped
made in the New , Full pleated and Multi-gored styles with
Silk and Self Folds. Following ar a few of the many that
we have to show :
Black and Brown Panama , Full Pleated Skirt with Self
Folds , stitched with Silk
Brown , Blue and Black , Striped Chiffon , Panama , Skirts ,
Pleated or Plain
Brown and Black , very fine Chiffon Taffeta Skirt , Full
Pleated , with Silk Folds
in Black and Brown , trimmed with Silk
Folds , made from Imported Voiles ,
Extra Full , all Skirts Sponged and Shrunk
$5.00 , $8.00 , $10.00 and $12.00
New Spring Jackets , just arrived , Black and Colored
$4.00 , $5.00 , $8.00 and $10.00
City , UEL WAHL City ,
Kansas City Stock Yards ,
Lighter receipts of cattle last
week met a good demand , and
prices advanced 15 to 25 cents
during the week , covering all
classes. The supply today is
l,000 ) head , market steady to
strong. Prices are 30 to.50
higher than two weeks ago ,
and there is little doubt among
traders that this good gain will
be held or added to in the next
\ , few weeks , and although bullish
sentiment is hardly as rampant
as the middle of last week , it
still has a firm grip on the mar-
- ket. Buyers claim that the
beef bought at the late high
prices is losing money , especial
ly that shipped east , and if this
be true , strenuous efforts may
be expected from tnem to hold
i down prices , and they may be
' * able to effect some pretty good
breaks occasionally. Top steers
sold at $0 today , and on differ
ent" days last week , branded
steers $5.85 , Colorados 5.00
to $5.80 , the Lockhart steers at
the latter price today , 20 cents
above a week ago for the same
cattle. Medium grades of
steers have shown the most gain
in the last week , and bulk of
sales is now at $5.10 to $5.05.
Spayed heifers and yearling
steers sell at $5.50 frequently ,
top cows $5.15 , bulk of cows
$3.25 to $4.75 , heifers $1 to $5 ,
bulls $3.40 to $4.75 , calves $ i to
$0.25. Country grades are 10
to 20 cents above a week ago ,
strong to 10 higher today , stockers -
ers ? , vJ.GO to $5 , feeders $4.40 to
Although the net advance in
hog prices last week was only
4 cents per cwt , the market
closed at the high point of the
year , and the general tone of
the situation reveals the fact
that buyers have worked around
to n belief in stronger prices
for the future , or at least have
abandoned hope of much of a
decline. The run today is 9,000
head , market opened weak to 5
lower , but soon became strong
er , and closed fully as good as
Saturday , with the same top ,
* 4.70 ; bulk of sales $4.40 to ? ! . -
05 } .
Sheep and lambs are rapidly
advancing under the influence
of light supplies. Run last
to loan on good farm security ,
Call on or write
LI ? IE ? ?
a H M e ST
Office Over Korncr's Hardware Store
Falls City , Nebraska
week wns 20,000 head , a decrease
of 15,000 head from supply same
week last year , and the market
advanced 15 to 30 cents. Supply
is 9,300 head today , market 10
to 20 higher , and excited , lambs
today at $7-10 to $7.45 , ewes at
§ 5.90 , choice ewes worth $0 ,
yearlings $0.75 , wethers $0.25.
These prices are only 30 to 40
cents below the good ligures
prevailing at this time last year.
Goats sold last week at $1 to
84.50 , in lieu of sheep , which
TIckllnp or dry coughs will
quickly loosen when usln < j Dr.
Shoop's Cough Cure. And It is so thor
oughly harmless , that Dr. Sheep tells
mothers to use quilling else even with
very young bubles. The wholesome
green leaves and tender slems of n
lunp healing mountainous shrub fur
nish the curative properties to Dr.
Shoop's Cough Cure. It calms the
cough and heals the sensitive bronl-
chlal membranes. N o opium , no
chloroform , nothing harsh used to in
jure or suppress. Demand Dr. Shoop's.
Take no other. Sold by all dealers.
A Narrow/ Escape
Many people have n narrow escape
from pneumonia and consumption ns a
result of a cold that bungs on. Foley's
Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds
no matter how deep seated and pre
vents pneumonia and consumption.
Refuse substitutes. Kerr's Pharmacy.
8100 paid by Dr. Sheep for any re
cent ease of grippe or cold that a 2oc
box of Preventics will not break. How
Is Ihls for an oiler ? The Doctor's su
preme confidence in these little Candy
Cold Cure Tablets Provcntics IB cer
tainly complete. It's a 8100 against
2."ic pretty big odds. And Preventics ,
remember , contain n o quinine , no
laxative , nothing harsh nor sickening.
Pneumonia would neverappear if colds
were always broken. Safe and euro for
feverish children. ' 18 Prcventlca 23c.
Sold by all dealers.
How Cough Germs Multiply
When you have u cold Iho mucous
membrane U Inllamed and the disease
germs wdich you breathe find lodge
ment ] and multiply , especially the
pneumonia germ. Foloy's Honey and
Tar soothes and heals the inllumcd air
passage , stops the cough and expels
the cold from your system. Refute
substitutes. Kerr's Pharmacy.
The Way to Prosperity
U is niiturnl that nil lines of
rnilroiul liibor in Atlnutn arc pro
testing against Iho general wage
reductions being ordered.
As deplorable as is the situation
nil the resolving that tuny bo enacted -
acted will not bring restoration
until icstorntion has something
substantial to rest upon.
Following the Southern mil-
way's action in making a cut of 10
per cent , the employes of three
other railroads , the Western &
Atlantic , the Nashville , Ghnlta-
tanooga & St. Louis and the
Louisville & Nashville , have mot
similar fate , and there u nothing
to do but join the "smilo club,1'
and bond all energies to the re
turn of better days only BO recently -
Nobody wants to see wages and
salaries reduced ; the whole of hu
manity would gladly join in any
movement to keep them up to the
highest possible point , because it
benefits the wnge-earnor nnd thus
helps everybody else.
It is peculiarly true that no
branch of industry was so exten
sively affected by the recent pros
perity slump as the railroads.
There can bo but one conclusion
in fact , cause and etVect are hero so
intimately interlaced as to admit
of no doubt and that is the dis
appearance of railroad prosperity
has been chielly duo to demagogi
cal agitation and prejudiced and
Analysis of the undermining
influence discloses , too , campaign
promises and threats of rate reduction -
duction and regulation which , if
carried out , would have meant
destruction promises and threats
never intended to bo enforced , but
weighty , nevertheless , in pulling
down prosperity props.
The only remedy is the restoration -
tion , which stands already at the
door , waiting but the departure of
agitation , demagogy and unjust
and prejuced legislation.
The thought , the necessity of
the hour , is thus well expressed
by the Baltimore Manufacturer's
ID it not time for the Ihinklng people
of this country to realize the hopeless-
nufs of business expansion commensur
ate with our natural resources if the
country is permitted to go on in this
awmaking cra/.eV The lime is come
when the business people of the coun
try should be allowed to do business ,
and not have to give three-fourths of
their time to the study of foolish , fun-
itlcal laws passed by politicians who
ire seeking to make a record with
their constituents and who have no
nero conception of the needs of the
country , of every class of people ,
vhcthcr manufacturers , merchants ,
jankers day laborers'or farmers , than
i jackass has of the melodies of gome
The only road to prosperity ,
lenco the only highway back to
ligh wages and good salaries , io a
return to the principles of sanity ,
ustico and conservatism.
In the process of ejectment of
lemagogy and agitation , the wnge-
eimier and the salaried man must
ino up in the front rank of the
lighting force under that banner ,
nnd make way for the returned
prodigal at the door.
There is no other way ; in noth
ing else lies hope.
"Whereas" and "Be it resolved"
are the very emptiness of nothing
ness ; it is deeds alone that bring
The very height of the moun
tain top had been reached , but the
demagogue's promised land proved
only a mirage , and the jump for it
led to the abyss.
The climb back needs effort and
energy and determination , but it
may bo speeded by shutting from
vifiion the mirage which is reached
for but to disappear.
It is an effort in which all must
join ; in which , turning back upon
false and misleading promise and
prejudiced enactment , all must
lend n hand to restore the confi
dence BO unreasonably shattered.
And only in the ro.enthrone-
ment of prosperity can come the
restoration of the highe&l wages
nnd best salaries which prosperity
herself , has over brought. Allan
5 Poland China gilts.
To those who may wish to cast in their
Tot'with us , we promise our very best service. * '
Comparative Statement of Resources
February 28th , 1903 $ 18,418.40
February 27th , 1904 19,466.64 , * '
February 28th , 1905 29,642.70
February 28th , 1906 30,179.49 *
* February ; > 8th , 1907 36,279.80
t February 28th , 1908 54,414.16
* , FARMERS STATE BANK *
PWESTON , NUHimSKA
Operating Under State Inspection and Control.
A Few Timely Suggestions !
5j = A fo\v of the many things that YOU arc apt to be
S = Wanting this Spring always ready for Inspection
Stewart HorseClippingMachines on hand at
! g = all times.
Also agents for Sure Hatch Incubators.
S = Both of the above articles you will need soon ,
Leave your order NOW.
SI See that new line of Stewart Rosewood EnamelS -
S ware in our south window.
g = Agency for those celebrated Majestic Ranges.
E A full line of Pittsburg- Electric Weld Woven
2S Wire Fencing- hand.
Lowe Brothers' Paints and Varnishes.
J. C. TANNER
l Ours Arc "Dependable" Goods FALLS CITY , NEB.
Chas. M. Wilson *
4 calls your attention to his lines of Dinnerware. 10 *
5i Stock Patterns to select from. Sold by the Set or
I * Piece. A complete line of Fancy China in Haviland ,
| tf Bavarian , Austrian and German Chinas. See the
i New Intagleo Glass , the finest decorated Glassware
H ever shown in the city. We also have a complete $
| i stock of Groceries , Fruits and Vegetables. |
1 * GARDEN SEEDS and ONION SETS.
! EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES at 1
I * Chas. M. Wilson's I $
O The Falls City Roller Mills
6o Docs a general milling business , and manufactures the
6j following brands of flour
j SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN
? The above brands arc gimrantccd to be of the highest pos
ao sible quality. We also manufacture all mill products and
o conduct a general
3o Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business
o and solicit a share of your patronage
§ P. S. Heacock & Son , Falls City , Neb.
s Attention !
We want to call your attention to
one of the most complete and up-to-
date stocks of Farm Implements just
from the factories. Remember , we
do not change to a new line , every
year we carry the Best Makes money
can buy , Moline and Canton line , they
need no introduction. We also carry
themostcomplete and largest stock of
Buggies , we have the celebrated Aloon
Bros. Buggies and Surries and also
Mennex and Keys. Remember , we have
the Buggie Business , and if you need
a Buggy or Surry call and see us , we
can save you money. Remember , we
carry in stock at all times Gas En
gines , Manure Spreaders , Windmills ,
Pumps , Tanks , Pipe and everythin in
the Implement line.
Don't forget to have us put on
your house and barn W. C. Shinn's
Copper Cable Lightning Rod.
Yours truly , for business.