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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1905)
FALLS CITY. NEBR.
4TH OF JULY
JUST THE SORT OF DOIN'STHAT WILL SUIT YOU
Band Concert 9 a. m. Base Ball at Poteet's park 2.30 7ft
Target Shooting at Frank's park. . . .9 to 11 a.m. '
Races on Stone Street 5 o'clock
Band Concert 11 to 12
Band Concert 2 p. m. Band Concert 7 o'clock
After 8 oclock High Carnival will reign supreme * All the imps of the
carnival gang will be here. Loosen up , join the throng and have a
good time. Tell your neighbors about it. urn
Prank Clark of Vcrdon was in
our city Saturday.
Fleming Robb of Verdon spent
Sunday with friends in this city.
Henry Bricht of Rtilo was in
Kansas Citj' Wednesday with
Marr Sullivan is home from
her work to spend the summer in
Oliver Emert of Salem attended
the democratic convention here
Ingram Cain came down from
Stella Tuesday to spend a few
days at home
P. Friedley of Verdon had a
car load of cattle in Kansas City
About twenty-five young folks
enjoyed a social dance at Wahl's
hall on Monday night.
Dr. Scott of Falls City was in
town Friday on professional busi
ness. Verdon Vedette.
Peter Kaiser of Falls City has
been spending the week in Ver
don. Verdon Vedette.
S. M. Turner of Falls City was
here Saturday visiting his par
ents. Humboldt Standard.
T , J. Hart of Falls City had
two cars of cattle on the Kan
sas City market Wednesday.
Tom Davies left Friday for
Kansas City where he will attend
school. When he has completed
the course he will be a full
On Friday of last week the
Falls City colts played two games
of ball with Highland , Kansas.
One was played at 3:00 : , which
was a good game and our boys
won out at a score of 3 to 4. The
game was a very interesting one
and was enjo3red ba large crowd.
In the evening at 6:00 : o'clock
a game was played. The weath
er was bad but it was a lovely
time for the game and all was
pleased at the idea of a game at
that time. A large crowd was
present and a seven inning game
played. The score was 10 to 4 in
favor of Falls City. The boys
all plaj'ed hard and several three
base hits were made.
On Sundar Hamlin played Falls
City with a score of 18 to 6. A
large crowd witnessed the game
and all agree that Hamlin could
stand a little more practice. Our
boys played a good game.
Ro3r Thornburg had the mis
fortune to have have his hand
cut open and was unable to fin
ish the game.
A Painful Accident.
While taking down a stove
last Frida } ' A. E. Spear , one of
the leading clerks in Johnstons
& Son department store , had the
misfortune to run a wire in his
eye scratching the ball. He has
been at his home ever since. The
doctors say there is no danger of
him losing his sight but the ac
cident was a very painful one.
Wednesday , June 14th , was
Richardson county day during
the summer session of the State
Normal at Peru. About fifty
teachers from this county are in
attendance. Supt. Geo. Crocker
went to Peru Tuesday. The
faculty turned ever3Tthing over to
the teachers of this countv and
they made the day a grand suc
Fred Seabold , Grace Bucher ,
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mussel-
man , Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dietsch ,
Margaurite Dietsch and Beachy
Musselman all drove to the Mis
souri lakes Monda } ' to spend the
The Seven-daT advents have a
tent located just west of the News
office and are holding meetings
each evening. Their first meet
ing was held Monday evening.
Large crowds attend.
The 3roung ladies of the Pres
byterian church met yesterda3r
afternoon at the home of J. L.
Cleaver. A large crowd was
present and a great amount of
good work was done.
Married ladies Kensington of
the Presbyterian church met with
Mrs. D. M. Davies last Thursday
afternoon. The day was spent
in sewing and in social conver
Mesdames Henr3r Fishburn ,
C. F. Felt , L. Shaffer and Miss
Katherine Imler , were shopping
in Falls City Saturday. Shu-
Joe Findley of Stella was in
Kansas City Wednesday and
marketed a car load of cattle.
W. W , Jenne and wife left
Monday night for Portland where
they will spend some time at the
N. C. Campbell and Grandma
Goodale were business visitors at
Falls City Tuesday. Humboldt
Mrs. Bruno Hanson of Nor
folk , arrived Tuesday on a visit
to her parents , Dr , and Mrs. W.
E. Lyanna and J. R. Cain , Jr. ,
went to Omaha Monda3r to attend
the Masonic Grand Lodge.
A missionary tea was given at
the home of V. G. Lyford Fri
day evening by the ladies of the
Mrs. Maude Morriss of Falls
City was in the city the first of
the week visiting relatives.
W.A.Greenwald , cashier of the
Falls City State bank was in
town on business Monda3' .
Mrs. A. E. Gantt arrived from
Falls City Saturda3r for a visit
with Humboldt friends and rela
tives. Humboldt Enterprise
Mr. Beard moved his stock from
this city to Beatrice , where he
will open up a music store. He
left on Tuesday of this week.
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