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(). T. Lryda 1ms Iwn enjoying a
visit from Ills uncle, Mr. I Lryda, of
Manager MeClaln Is very busy with
a force of men In the country connect
tag up a lot more farm residences.
The continued cold and wet weath
er causes some apprehension among
the farmers who have com planted,
lest It should rot hi the ground.
Prof. 1'atterson of the Manley
schools Informs us that ho has been
elected principal of the Nehawka
schools for the coming year.
David Amlck, one of the prosperous
owners of a valuable farm In the vicin
ity of Murray, was In town Wednes
day and paid this oillec a social call.
Dave was In Weeping Water twenty
years ago, but his visits of recent
years are not very frequent. He said
ho was unusually busy this spring as
In addition to his large amount of
farm work, he Is building a line house
oil his farm.
Word was received by Mrs. I. N.
Woodford, on Sunday, of the deatli of
her nelee, Miss Mary Woodford, at On
tario, Oil. No particulars were re
ceived at that time. Miss Woodford
was a teacher in our schools for a num
ber of years and ha.i a great many
warm friends here, who will te pained
to hear of her death. She was teach
ing at the time of her death. Miss
Woodford leaves six brothers and a
large circle of relatives.
Last Thursday afternoon Miss Irene
Armstrong was driving to town, and
when near II. D. Heed's home the
liorse took fright at the cars and ran
away. Miss Armstrong was thrown
out and her collar bone broken, besides
being badly bruised. She was carried
into Mrs. Wolfe's home and Dr. Kick-
ard sent for, who made the patient as
comfortable as possible. This Is the
same horse that became frightened In
the same place and ran away with
Mrs. Armstrong a few weeks ago. We
understand It Is an old horse and been
In the family a good many years and
that about 11 f teen years ago It ran
away with Mr. Armstrong and he was
badly Injured. We would think they
would get afraid of him after so many
exciting exciting experiences.
From the Hi-rald.
Jas. Mlnnlear reports a case of scar'
let fever at his home. A nine-year
old son is atlUcted.
Horn-To Mr. and Mrs. R. C. llalley,
Friday, May 13, 104, a boy. To Mr
and Mrs. A. L. Uranson, Sunday, May
15. 1',hi4, a girl.
From the lloglitiT.
About 100 people gathered at the
home of AmcllaNuUman to celebrate
her twenty-first birthday, Saturday
Mrs. C. D. Keltner returned home
Sunday morning after a pleasant and
profitable visit with relatives and
friends in Herrlngton, Kansas.
Ray Pollard, foreman and part owner
In his father's farming estates, said
they had planted 2S0 acres of corn, be
sides the wheat and other small grain
Mrs. M. II. Pollard, accompanied by
her mother, Mrs.Oren Rates, returned
home last week from Vermont, where
she had been visiting friends and rela
Mr. and Mrs. Altiert Dow and child
ren from lioreas, (Jol., visited at the
home of J. W. Maguey last Saturday.
lhert is a cousin of Mr. Maguey, and
expects to return later on and locate
In Cass county.
We have been Informed by an old
and experienced farmer that the apple
crop this season will ho the linest for
several years. The trees nre full, and
if only one-tifth remains to the good
the harvest will run up to the top
Charles W. Manning's six-year-old
girl had a narrow escape from being
mutilated In a runaway a few daysago,
The horse became frightened and ran
olT.ncvcr stopping until reaching home,
where the buggy was completely turned
over, throwing the little occupant out
Luckily no serious damage was done.
carl stone, one of rehawka s pro
gressive young men, and Miss Mertha
Humphrey, the handsome and accom
pllshcd daughter of Sam Humphrey,
accompanied by Mrs. Katie West and
Miss Stella Manning, boarded the early
train last Wednesday and Journeyed
to Lincoln, thence to Mcthany. At the
latter place they vowed "for better or
for worse." Having previously Joined
hearts they now stood before the altar
and solemnly repeated the words that
Joined their loving lives together "un
til death do us part." Carl Stone is a
son of our estimable fellow-citizen, J.
M. Stone, who is president of the Ne
hawka bank and owns large farming
interests In Cass county. The happy
couple have made a temporary home
with the groom'9 parents.
A Startling Test.
To save a life, Dr. T. (1. Merritt, of
No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a startling
test resulting in a wonderful cure. He
'writes, "a patient was attacked with
1 violent hemorrhages, caused bv ulcer
Phil Davis was down town Saturday alton of lhe stomach, lKl(l 0flcn
Tor the tirst time In several weeks, but ;f0UM(, Klectric Hitters excellent for
did not look like he was able to with-1 ,.,.. etnni!i,-h nni livor tmnblos ,i 1
a few other trinkets and some money,
but they gave a satisfactory account
of how they came Into their possession,
and after conferring with the sheriff
and comparing notes Constable Saxon
decided to release the men. They
were Greeks and did not have the ap
pearance of being bad men.
From mn a In-r aourcv.
The Union public schools closed Fri
day and the teachers are scattering In
various directions. Mrs. Dugay to
her home at Rock RlulTs; Miss Osten
berg has also departed for her home at
Mead, and Prof. Gamble expects to
leave In a few days for Seattle to spend
The Union band gave a concert and
free auction on the streets Saturday
afternoon, and In the evening an en
tertainment and supper at Upton's
hall. An interesting program was
given. The band recently ordered new
uniforms at a cost of $'Xr, and the en
tertainment was to raise money to
help pay for them.
Principal D. J. Standley of Du Hois.
Neb., has been chosen as principal of
schools for next year.
Miss Alice Strahl gave a farewell
dancing party at Upton's hall Friday
evening. Misses Helen Dean and Dovle
Harkhurst presided over the punch
bowl. Miss Strahl leaves for her home
at Miuden on Monday to spend the
Misses Minnie Taylor and Nina
Lynde. two teachers In rural districts
near Lnlon, held a Joint picnic for
their pupils at McQuln's pond, east of
Farmers In this vicinity have almost
llnlshed planting corn. The fields are
all In excellent condition.
The Union high school base ball
club, which has been playing fast ball
this spring, disbanded today, as school
has closed. The boys did not lose a
game during the season, although play
ing several larger teams.
county commissioners this week to fill
a vacancy as constable for Salt Creek
precinct, caused by John Montgomery
Judge MclK)nald has had a few cases
of too much booze to handle lately. He
has given them a fine and trimmings
in each case. Keep the good work go
ing and we w ill have less noise on the
streets at night.
There Is a small amount of sickness
in the vicinity for this time of year.
The only prescription your sidewalk
needs is a hammer, nails and and a
few boards. Try It.
Some people would prosper better If
they would pay less atteutlon to the
business of others and attend more
strictly to their own.
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Mrs. G. E. Fennerof Marion, Ind., says,
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stand a very heavy windstorm. Phil
has had a long siege of rheumatism.
Steve Orton doesn't know how near
he came to being lynched. In the
year isss, after vlsitldg in Michigan,
brought home two dandelion roots to
plant in his (lower bed, but says both
of them died.
J. W. Gamble of Union will have
charge of the Ehnwood schools for the
coming year. Mr. Gamble is a thor
ough school man and w ill undoubtedly
give the best of satisfaction.
Louisville has an occupation tax or
dinance. It Is noted that while the
drayman pays 11 per year for each ve
hicle, and the dentist 10, the printing
olllcc pays 1.00. Wonder who Is on
Frank Spangler was In town Satur
day, having Dr. Rlckard dress the
third linger of his right hand. Mr.
Spangler held a rope that was at
tached to a cow, when the latter
jerked the rope through his hand so
quickly as to break they bone.
Hugh Ramsey, of Laramie county,
Colo., was In town bust week, and had
been visiting his brother John Ram
sey of Manley. Mr. Ramsey has spent
twenty years In Colorado and now the
brothers are nearly all located there.
His mother went out last winter to
make her home. He says the pros
pects for a big beet crop Is tlattering,
and rain In plcuty has come Just In
prescrllied them. The patient gained
from the tlrst, and has not had an at
tack in fourteen months." Electric
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dyspepsia, Indigestion, constipation
and kidney troubles. Try them. Only
:oe, at F. G. Fricke & Co.'s.
J. A. Gulledgu of erliena, Ala., w;vs
twice in the hospital from a severe case
(if piles, causing 2 tumors. After
doctors and all remedies failed, Muck
len's Arnica Salvejuickly arrested fur
tner lnllammatlou and cured him. It
conquers aches and kills pain.
F. G. Fricke Co , druggists.
Krtu i tin' l.rdiiiT.
John T. Pope departed Tuesday for
Thomas, Okla., having received notice
of the serious Illness of his mother,
who resides there.
Mr. and Mrs Dell Cadwell have
cause to rejoice on account of the lirst
addition to their family circle, a nice
little daughter, boru Tuesday evening.
K. D. Clark came oyer from Carson,
la., on Tuesday to complete arrange
ments for opening his store here. He
expects to get his large stock of gen
eral merchandise here by the first of
D. W. Foster received last Saturday
a nice new 4-horse gasoline engine,
which will furnish power to operate
the cream separator, feed grinder, corn
shelter, and perhaps in a short time
Mr. Foster will succeed In attaching
the engine to his bootjack, knife and
SherllT Mcllrlde telephoned here yes
terday morning to have otllcers watch
for two short men who had robbed a
store at Murdock Wednesday night,
an.l stated that two men answering the
description had been seen near Mur
ray. When the local freight arrived
at 10 o'clock yesterday morning Con
ductor Rex reported that his train had
passed two short men a few miles up
the track. Constable Saxon summoned
assistants and went up track to meet
ic at I the supposed roMers. They were met
osliort distance above town and placed
under arrest, but a careful search failed
to bring to light any jwf of their
From llio Enterprise.
John Klmberly is preparing to build
a new house In the western part of
A small child of Henry Carr, south
of town, was burled Wednesday. It
had been sick for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. May Held of the
Enterprise returned Tuesday from St.
Louis. They report a tine time and
that the fair is now opened in line
Mrs. E.O. Maytield Is visiting friends
In and around town tills week before
joining her husband at Kansas City,
where they will make their home in
T. F. Carnes was appointed by the
From the Deacon.
Ross Crabtrce from near Cheney was
visiting here Wednesday.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Han
track on Monday, May Hi, a boy.
Prof. Charles Johnson of Blue
Mound, 111., arrived here the first of
the week and Is visiting Carl Sack.
Dr. Townscnd reports the arrival of
a si x and a hal f pound boy at the borne
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waldron on Sat
urday, May 14.
Charley Michael has been at the ho
tel for the past week, too sick to go out
home, but he was some better at last
Mrs. VanSickle arrived from Cope,
Col., Monday evening, to look aftcrher
Interest here tnd visit friends for a
Prof. Morris and wife of Yutan were
in town last Saturday looking for a
house. We understand they rented
the Heebner property lately vacated
by Roy Ostran. Prof. Morris will be
the principal of our schools next year.
A pleasant little surprise party was
given'to the teachers of the Intermed
iate and primary departments of our
schools last Friday evening by their
pupils, at the home of Prof. Hronson.
Games were played and refreshments
served, and a very enjoyable evening
was spent by all.
Messrs. Roper and Castle of the firm
of Heecher, Roper & Castle, undertak
ers of Lincoln, were in town Monday
and made arrangements for putting
in a first class undertaker's establish
ment. They have purchased all the
undertaking goods of F. J.Rahrand
J. Latroin, and will ship more from
their house in Lincoln, and will also
send a tine hearse. Their stock will be
kept In the furniture room of J. Lat
rom's store and he w ill act as their lo
Shylock was the man who
wanted a pound of human
llesh. There are many
Shylocks now, the convales
cent, the consumptive, the
sickly child, the pale young
woman, all want human flesh
and they can get it take
Scott's Emulsion is flesh
and blood, bone and muscle.
It feeds the nerves, strengthens
the digestive organs and they
feed the whole body.
For nearly thirty years
Scott's Emulsion has been the
great giver of human flesh.
Wo will send you a couple of
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