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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE
"t I _ _ . _ _ _ 30 , 1904 I . _ . , _ _ . _
Although the Colts do not be-
long to time National league , still
it is not because they cannot play
as veil but for the simple reason
'lk that they havn't the practice , timc
and bear the name of amatcur.
The Omaha team certainly had
a surprise which lasted during
the entire I.mme 1\tcsday.
The extraordinary manner in
which Rueggc pitched the sphere
and the wonderful quality of Po-
teet with the mit certainly pro-
duccd a sensation among the
league paj'ers.tl'hen. ! . when
Scars the first man up featured
. by knocking a home run with thc
first ball tossed by Leibhardt they
commenced thinkin ? . G I in i c s
made a lovely hit in the fourth
inning , while Cornell mad e a
" peach ) " catch in the fifth in-
.ning' . Whcncvcr anyone can beat
: . . . . , Foehlinger and Foster stealing
bases wc just wish they would
notifiy us , as they did excellent
work both on bases and in their
positions in the team. Jarrott
threw in a pretty drive from right
field , while Heck covered second
to a finish. Scores were run in
by Scars , Poteet , Foster and
. ' . H'ochlinger. Game by innings.
On \Vcdn.s.1DY the Colts tell
. short of their playing on Tuc
t. , .
day , but any time it was a shut
out we didn't hear about it. Oma-
ha has a good team but with a
. little practice thc Colts could sur-
pass them and not over exert
heI11RCh'c arrott is a capital
pitcher but he will have to stut-
ter when Gus goes in thc box.
A good double was made bj' Fodc
' and Heck , Scars blade an excellent -
lent catch in left field and Potcet
'i came in with a two base hit.
Rucggc should do the high dive
act from the way hc took a header -
er over the hedge after thc ball
4. . . in the 3rd inning and cut a man
out of an otherwise home run.
Scores were made by Foster , J ar-
rott , Rucgge. Game by inning-so
a m aii 2-1-3-0-0-0-1-0-8
Datteries-Campanion , Reese
mind arrolt and Potcct.
, Umpirc--Glines. -
The Colts were defeated at
Verdon last Sunday , lat rules
were suspended and the judge got
dsy. It was thc first time we
knew that the game was played
} hy thc umpire , but of course since
( Vcrdon has no ball players with
thc exception of a few imported
affairs we will have to overlook
such trincs. Parrish thc dark
spot and Bumn thc bunch of atmosphere -
mosphere came down from Tc-
cumsch and did the battery work
for the village of Vcrdon. Pax-
ton pitched one ; of thc prettiest
games of the season while Potcct
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stood behind the man at thc bat.
\Vhenc\'er Vcrdon becomes thc
possessor of nine ball players : then
their umpire wont ha\e : to put
down alt thc score marks.
By thc way what is thc date ,
for thc game between Vcrdon and ,
thc National League team ?
Lawn Contest Closed.
The judges in thc lawn contest
which just closed have submitted
thc following report :
.l\Ir. Henry C. Smith and others
the doncrs of prizes on lawn con-
tc : , tin Falls City.
The committee who have had
charge of thc awards in the
lawn contest took into consider-
ation thc following points in
making their decisions ; General
neatness of premises , special care
of back yards and alleys , cleanliness -
ness of sidewalks and streets in
front of residence to middle of
street , as wcllt ic cultivation of
grass , vines , shrubbery , etc. The
task given us , of making award" -
has proved , to bc an exceedingly
difficult one as most of the lawns
entered deserve honorable
mention. . In n1. king awards wc
have done so as fairly as wc
could under thc conditions. If
any mistake has been made it has
been an error and not an intentional -
ional one. 'Vc wish to compli-
mcnt all on the interest takcn.
Thc awards arc as follows ;
Property valued from 52000 to
1st pri c.l\Irs. Savilla Buchcr ,
cash given by Henry . C. Smith , .
2nd prize , Mrs. Harvey \Vahl ,
one ton of coal given by Chicago
Lumber & Coal Co. , 58.00
3rd prize , Mrs. J. \1. : 'Vhitakcr ,
1 dress pattern , Bode & Sons ,
general Mdse. & Groeerics,55 , to
Property valued at 52000 and
1st prize , Jake Tanner , cash
given by Henry C. Smith$10.
2nd prize , 'lrs. G. \V. . Inskcep ,
1 Lullaby Washer given by 'V. H.
Crooks & Hardware dealers ,
S6.50. , ;
3rd 1 prizcMrs. Ida Gray , l\Idsc.
given by Hall & Greenwald , Shoe
dealers , 55.
The following lawn were giv-
cn meritorious prizes as follows ;
Henry Rcuggc.l 16 in. high
wheel lawn mower , given by Alex
F. l\IcyerHardwarc dcalcr.
: Miss Ramona Wilcox , Pair nice
shoes given by Gco. B. Holtshoc
Mrs. Rosa ClcavcrCurtains or
rug given by V.G. Lyfordl\Idsc.
Mrs , tl' J , McKicvcr , mdsc given -
cn by Davis & Owens jewelers S5
'Vm. Uhlig- , hammock given by
Samuel Wahl dry goods and
and clothing .
< < Are
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I F your house or barn needs paint-
ing it will pity you tc' ' conic to us
and buy your paint. We sell the
Bradley & V,400.11aI1 ,
And guarantee it for five years.
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We also carry at all times a complete
stock of the newest and prettiest deSIgns -
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And mark it at prices that are sure ' .
to sell it. Call and inSIJCct the new
patterns just in. A full stock of
Drugs , Perfumery' ' , Etc.
THE CITY PI-IARMACY
L ® R. McMILLAN I , Pr9p.
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A RARE , BARGAIN.
A cheap farm for some one who is paying high renter
or anyone looking for a high class money making in- .
An exceptionally well improved farm of m 7 j. 35
acres , in Brown County , Kas. , not far from Falls City ,
, ' at a bargain fig-ure. . I
I j A large , well finished farm house of 9 rooms and
bath room ; with good out houses , wood shed etc. , and
well kept yard and lawn ; good barn about 30x48 ft.
with cut stone basement ; corn crib I6xSo ft ; Fairbanks
scales in enclosed house ; 4 wells of good water , 2 of
which are fitted with windmills and tanks ; the place is
fenced with well trimmed hedge and has nearly one
mile of Page hog proof fencing enclosed with division
; fences , about 30 acres of hog and cattle pasture , consti-
tutes the main improvements on this land.
The'farm ; is perfectly arranged for some one do-
ing a mixed farming and stock raising business , and
has been a money maker , and every thing on the place
is kept up in trim , with 125 acres under cultivatioli and
raising good corn amid an apple and peach orchard of e5 I
acres. Improvements alone cost about $ ' 7,000. JThe
owner of this nice farm on account of his health will
sell at $55 ' per acrc. Call on or add lress
HENRY C. SMITH ,
Falls City , Nebraska.
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Mrs. D. H. DcHaycl1 pair nice
shoes given by Gco. n. Holt shoe
Mrs. Asa Rogers curtains or
rug given by V. G. Lyford , mdsc' '
and groceries $5.
J. J. Tanner md' : > c. given 'JY
Davies & Owens jewelers S5.
Dan Sarg-ent 50 feet hose given
by Wirth and 'Vintcrbottom , gcn-
eral hardware dealers 55.
Mrs. Ellen Moran mdse given
by Burrcss Bros. drug-gists.
E. I" Sandusky , glass door or
other mdse given by l'owlc Lum-
bcr Co 55.
Mrs. A. Net tlebeck mdsc' given
by Burrcss Brus. S5
Vvm. Mohlcr one umbrella giv-
cn by IIarg-rave & Harg-ravc.
l'his publication will be notice
to loners to whom to pay prizes
as offcrcd. All respectfully sub-
mitted. S. H. Bayne
Dr. A. Gaiser ,
: : . , . .a . . j' , , , . . , Committce.