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THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE.
Vol. IV FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JULY 5 , 1907. Whole No. 180
The dedication services of
Emmanuel church of the Evan
gelical association were held
Sunday , June 2Jth , and were in
charge of Bishop Thomas Bow
On Saturday evening the bishop
preached a fine sermon to a large
congregation and a line musical
program was also rendered.
Sunday morning the dedication
sermon was preached and Bishop
Bowman chose his text from the
second chapter of Ephesians , the
20-21-22 verses. He is a splendid
orator and his sermon was a very
able one ) meeting with apprecia
tion and hearty approval by all
who heard him. It was simple , but
eloquent , appealing strongly to
the heart and conscience of his
At this service holy communion
was administered to over four
At the noon hour a dinner was
served in Mosiman's carriage
display room to almost five hun
dred persons , It had been pre
pared by the ladies of the con
gregation both in town and the
country. A great many visitors
from Hreston and the country
were present to attend these ser-
Bishop Bowman also preached
a sermon in the afternoon and in
the evening at 7 o'clock the dedi
cation services were held. They
were simple and beautiful. At
all services Rev. Naninga and
Rev. Mansharclt , the resident
pastor assisted. After the even
ing service , which was compara
tively short , the congregation
was dismissed and most of them
attended the tabernacle services-
The music was one of the
special features of the dedication
services , haying received a great
deal of time and practice for this
Emmanuel church has recently
been rebuilt and enlarged , owing
to the growth of the congrega
tion. Since being rebuilt it has
been refurnished. It is now one
of the largest , best furnished and
most comfortable churches in our
city. It is a great credit to the
city , it does honor and credit to
the denomination and the glory
of our Maker.
About eight hundred dollars
were raised at the morning ser-
-ice which clears the church of
Had Finger Crushed.
Harvey Stump met with an
. ccident Sunday that may cost
im his finger. While working
i ith his bicycle he caught his
r-nger in the cog chain and it
as so badly mashed it may
; et have to be amputated.
What Rumor Says.
A rumor has been at large foi
some time that the job depart
ment of the Palls City Journal
will soon be moved to Council
Bluffs , Iowa , and that Franfc
Martin , jr. , and John Martin , as
soon as his term as court re
porter expires , will manage it.
The newspaper will probabl )
continue here until a purchase !
can be found for it. This maj
not be authentic but such a rumoi
has been current for sometime
and the Tribune has been mon
or less reliably informed withir
the last day or so that the moy <
would be made within a slier
Allies Case Soon to End.
Judge Raper notified the law
yers that he will be in Falls Git ]
the morning of July 12th t <
decide the Miles case. As th <
case was tried to Judge Raper ot
its merits it is thought hi ;
decision will probably be the be
gining of the end oi this loni
and bitterly fought law suit.
On Sunday evening at 8:30 : i
o'clock. June 30th , 17 at the ,
ionic of the bride's parents , Mr. '
and Mrs. Robert McMahan , oc
curred the marriage of Miss ,
Maggie McMahan and Mr- Fred
\Iosiman- the ceremony being |
performed by Rev. Manshardt of
the Evangelical church. Only
he near relatives and a few
riends witnessed the ceremony.
As the wedding march was
) layed by Mrs. Earnest Vincent
: he bride and bridegroom entered
jreceded by Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Fohnston who were their atten-
lants. The marriage ceremony
as read by Rev. Manshardt was
very impressive and beautiful.
After the happy couple had re
ceived the congratulations of the
friends , the guests were served
with excellent refreshments.
Mrs. Mosiman is a very popular
young lady here , having spent
most of her life in this citv. She
las worked in the compositing
rooms of the different pa'per in
: his city with success and enjoys
the approval of her employers
and the esteem of a great many
Mr. Mosiman Iws been identi
fied with several amusement
companies and in his line has
been quite successful. During the
summer season he wlil represent
one of the companies and his wife
will travel with him. They left
Sunday night fora visit to friends
n Marion , la.
The Tribune extends best wish
es for happiness and prosperity.
Cornelius Mulligan was born
in this city July 3rd 1877 and
died Jutie 28lh 1007 at his home
n Clay Center , Neb. , aged 20
years 11 months and 2u days.
He was married January 10th
1900 to Miss Belle Hossack of
this city and to them one child
was born , Glenwen Neal , aged
Neal Mulligan has spent
most ot his life here and is well
known to the entire community.
He was a printer by profession
and has been very successful at
at his trade. He was a young
man of good habits , of happy ,
amiable disposition and made
friends readily at home and
among strangers. After his
marriage in 1006 he and his
wife lived for some time in
Superior , Nebr. , and from there
moved to Clay Center where he
held a good position in his
trade. Quite recently he came
to this city with his wife and
baby for a visit and bad only
been'back to his home a lew
days when on Friday June 21st
he was taken ill and his wife
left here on Saturday for her
home to care for him. During
the week that followed his suf
fering was intense , in many
ways resembling spinal
meningitis. Death came June
28th at 3:80 : a. m. , as the result
of cerebral hemmorhaye.
The remains were brought to
this city Friday evening and
the funeral services were held
from St. Francis Roman
Catholic Church Saturday June
29th at 10 o.clock a m. The
interment was made in the
Catholic cemetery east of town.
To the wife and other re
latives who survive him many
friends join us in extending
Grandma Fritz died at the
home of L. L Aldrich Sunday
June 30th and was burried from
St. Frances Roman Catholic
church Monday , July 1st , the
OUR PRIDE , FALLS CITY BAND
The above is the picture of Prof. I larnnck's Military
band that will furnish the music for the coming1 chautauqua.
This is strictly a Falls City organization and one of which
our citizens are justly proud. They will do much to con
tribute to the pleasure of the patrons of the chavitauqua.
interment being made in the
Roman Catholic cemetery east
of this city.
Crezantha Webber was born
in Eleasus Marine , Germany ,
June 10th 1824 , and was tlK-re-
fore 83 years and 21 days old at
the time of her death. She
came to America with her
parents , members of a German
colony , about 1838 and settled
in Ohio where she was married
to Martin Fritz. To them ten
children were born but it is
only known that one is living ,
Mrs. Sam Prater of this city.
It i's believed that one son lost
iiis life among the Spanish-
American war as nothing has
been heard of him since he was
ordered into service.
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz came to
Nebraska about 18GJ and settled
on a farm east of this city
which he bought from the Half-
breeds. For many years grand
ma Fritz has made her home
with Mrs. L. L. Aldrich who
has cared for her with kindness
und consideration. She was a
good , kindhearted woman until
enteebled with age , was always
industrious and a hard worker.
She has always borne the love
and respect of her friends for
her kindness and help to those
in need. Her death was due to
her age. She has been failing
for some time though her last
illness was of only a week dura
tion. She has lived a good life
and bore her sufferings uncom
plainingly , To those who miss
and mourn her we extend our
Judge Kelligar was down Mon
day to close up the business for
the summer. He overrulled the
motion for new trials in the cases
of Hinton against the B. and M ;
Strawn against the Humboldt
bank and Bleuer against the
bank. It is understood that all
these cases will go to the
Supreme court. The case of Dr.
Day of Salem to enjoin Dr.
Heskett of the same place from
practicing medicine was tried and
determined in favor of the plain
Real Estate Transfers.
Johanna Ilnizda and Frank J.
Henzda to Joseph A. Williamson
wd to lots 1 , 2. 3 and 4 block 13
Tinkers addition , Humboldt
George Scott and wife to Henry
Jordon # acre more or less in
the southeast corner of neX 9-13-
J. A. Cook and wife to A. N.
Cook lots 13-14-15-16 block 15
Crook & Towle addition to Falls
City , SCOO ,
With the City Council.
The council met in regular
session on Monday evening. The
matter of the resignation of
Mayor Barrett was taken up. It
was decided not to accept the
mayor's resignation as those
familiar with the city's affairs
and the mayor's method and plans
for conducting the same are sat
isfied and believe he is doing the
greatest good possible under ex
isting circumstances and have
confidence in his ability to carry
out the plans now in operation
for the city regardless of the
knockers. By refusing to accept
his resignation the council have
indorsed his plans and will work
with him to the further good of
The regular business of the
first of the month was taken up ,
and the claims against the city
for the month ot June allowed.
A committee was appointed tote
to meet the park committee and
arrange for the water and lights
in the park during the chautau
qua. The committeemen are ,
Fast , Gehling and Hahn.
The judges and clerks for the
special election to be held July
Kith , when the light , water and
park bonds are to be voted , were
named. They are : First ward ,
judges , J. R. Reid , John Cox , A.
W. Southard ; Clerks , Geo. Holtj
J.W.Powell. Second wardjudges ,
Jake Messier , Geo. Goff , L. L.
Aldrich ; clerks , Fred Sebold , H.
P. Custer. Third ward , judges ,
Con Horan , H Lynscum , F. Me-
Farland ; clerks. Frank Smith ,
The council then adjourned to
meet Monday evening , July 8th.
Pacific Express Office.
Our office is now located at the
Morsman Drug Store first door
south of Richardson Connty
Bank. We shall be pleased to
handle your packages ; give us a
J. B. VAKXKK , Agent.
WANTJJD : Man to buy com
plete Moving Picture outfit ,
ready for business. Inquire for
Mr. Kinkead. National hotel ,
Thursdaj- Friday , a. in.
Walter Boyle of Omaha came
down Tuesday to spend a couple
of weeks in this citv. He was
called to Omaha Wednesday to
attend the funeral of a friend ,
and will return after the inter
ment and feast on mother's viands
for a few days.
Humboldt people were loyal tote
to their ball team and rooters
were on the ground in goodly
Oliver Hall and Frank Power
of Humboldt were callers at this
Master Lloyd Wahl entertained
a large party of his little friends
on Monday of this week , the oc
casion being the celebration of
hisjsixth birthday anniversary. All
kinds of interesting games were
played on the beautiful lawn and
the time passed all too quickly
for the little folks. During the
afternoon Mrs. Wahl served very
templing refreshments , such as
always delights the little folks.
Lloyd received many gifts from
his friends as tokens of friendly
remembrance. It was a very
happy gathering and the little
folks enjoyed them selves
A jolly party of young people
spent Sunday at the Missouri
lakes. It was an ideal day and
all report a splendid time. The
party consisted of Miss Ray Mil
ler of Nebraska City , Misses
Florence Wylie , Ethel Cade and
Leah Potcet ; Messrs. Alex Leo ,
George Martin , Guy Crook and
Among the picnic parties that
went to the Lakes last Sunday
was one composed of Miss Aoleen
Filkin of Chicago , Miss Floy
Grinstcad , Messrs. Fred a n d
Ralph Jenne. They drove over
early in the morning , returning
the same evening. All report a
Misses Hazel and Chloe Prater
entertained a number of friends
on Tuesday evening for their
guest , Miss Angle Glenn of Sa-
betha , and their cousin , Chelcie
Starks of St. Joe. The evening
was given to music and games
upon the lawn which was lighted
with Japanese lanterns. Refresh
ments were served by Mrs. Prater
during the evening. The enter
tainment proved a very success
ful one as all present report an
Mrs. Frank Landis will enter
tain a company ot young ladies
and gentlemen tonight at whist
for her sister , Miss Ray Miller of
St. Matrha's Guild will give a
15c supper at the residence of
George Cleveland on Wednesday ,
July 10th , from 5:30 : to 8 p. m.
An unusually good supper has
been planned and being so close
to the business center , a special
invitation is extended to the bus
iness men and to the general
A marriage of interest to a
large circle of Falls City friends
is that of Miss Anna Bovle who
will be married on July 10th , to
Mr. Herold Douglas. The mar
riage will take place at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marvin
in Oklahoma City and will be very
quiet , owing to the recent sorrow
in the family. Only relatives
and a few very close friends will
be present. Miss Boyle has a
host of friends who extend to her
their hearty good wishes , and to
Mr. Douglas , who is a stranger
to us , sincere congratulations.
The Married Ladies Kensing
ton gave a picnic in the Dorring-
ton yard the Fourth for their
families. A splendid dinner was
served and a royal good time is
The L. B. T. art club , with
families , held a picnic in Hol
land's park the Fourth. The
program was published in last
week's issue. The ladies prepared -
pared a splendid picnic dinner.
All present enjoyed the day thor
Fredrick Mosiman , Falls City..38
Maggie McMahan Falls City..23
Emil Lippold , Forest City 23
Pearl Dickerson , Forest City. . 17
Married by Judge Gagnon.
Notice it ! * Lyford's big ad on
Sam Bayne made a business
isit to Salem Thursday.
Mrs. T. 0. Roe spent last Fri-
lay in Barada with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Stump
isited friends at Stella Sunday.
R. J. Dunn of Barada made a
nisincss trip to the city last
Xola McCool returned to Salem
Sunday after a'week's visit with
Mrs. Robt. Rule.
Miss Ida Witt who was oper-
ited upon last week is reported
John Wilson of Cleveland ,
Ohio is the guest of his brother
Charles this week.
Mrs. R. J. Dunn and daughter
nine down from Barada 'to visit
Mrs. Fast last Friday.
Joe Windlc of Salem was at
he home of his daughter , Mrs.
ames Mettz last Thursday.
Mesdames McCool and Sim-
nons attended the tabernacle scr-
ices here last Friday afternoon.
Mrs. II. C. Marion and daugh-
er returned last Friday from a
'isit of several weeks in Oberline ,
Mrs. George Holt and son ,
ohn W. , jr. , went to Excelsior
Springs Tuesday for a couple of
Miss Catherine Seibel returned
rom Geneva Tuesday where she
spent a couple of weeks with a
Miss Nesledak * of Hiawatha
who visited Miss Senner went to
Bennett , Neb. , Monday to visit
Ruth Southard who has been
visiting relatives at this place
eft Tuesday for her home at
Miss Maude Graham returned
ionic Tuesday night after a
hree weeks visit in St. Louis and
Chillicotha , Mo.
Born : To Thomas Jameson
ind wife on Sunday June 30th ,
twins , a boy and a girl. W. S.
Past was in atttendance.
Mrs. Lawrence and daughter ,
Pearl , left Thursday afternoon
for a month's visit with relatives
in Seattle , Washington.
Miss Josephine Gehling wen
to Excelsior Springs Saturday
to see her mother who is there
for the benefit of her health.
Francis Stump made us a
pleasant call Wednesday and
will have this family necessity
sent to his daughter Mrs. Spang-
ler of Merrill in the future.
Among those from Salem who
attended the tabernacle services
here last Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Windle , Dr. and Mrs.
Day and Mr. and Mrs. James
LOST : A pair of gold filled
spectacles and a black case with
the name of W. II. Halderman ,
Merrill , Kans. , on case , June 23.
Finder please leave at Tribune
offce. Reward will be given.
Mrs. Jennie Wcntworth and
daughters , Gertrude and Edna ,
returned the first of the week to
their home at Nortonville , Kan
sas , after a two weeks visit with
Mrs. Wm. Cade and daughter ,
Harry Morrow and family of
Pittsburg , Kas. , are spending a
few "days with her parents , Mr ,
and Mrs. W. S. Korner. Harry
is much improved in health and
pleased with the change of
territory assigned him by the
firm he represents.
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