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Rom. io Mr. and Mis. I'.lllv mi Fri
day, July a ilaughti r.
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Rom. to Mr. and Mrs A. M. Rock
11. Tloiis(';i, .hi :l. a thlrtirii-
Rom. ti Mr ami M is . John II 1 1 -f ,
if M.in.ft, 1 i (.!: . Jul --. : daugh
ter. J A.I in Ian pi.icl.av il A. M. Rock
well's turn !.isl ..K. ( 'iiisulfial Inn
J. II. v .i n- ami Ailliur Wiles fan
S) n i :i 1 1 1 1 - illi e.ich lit her these
las. as tiny aie hotli afflicted with
carl'iiiu'li-s Th.-v aii- very painful
Jack rhili.i ha. I a till- mult' killed
y lightning during the storm on
Tuesday iimming of last rek. Tin
mule wa standing under a tret- that
was st i in k.
1'uia. the i-vtMi -tilti daughter of Mr.
and Mis Otto 1 iTmik, died on
Tuesday, July of cholera Infant uiii.
Thf ilt-atli was very Middi'n, resulting
after a sickness of three yavs.
The announcement of thf engage
meiit of Miss Maggie Tlgheof Wabash
and Mr. l-'rank I'.eiginan of North
I'lattf faint' as a genuine surprise to
M Iss Tlghe's friends liert' hut t he con
gratulatlotis are none the less sin
cere. Edward (Hauder broke his left arm
near the wrist last Thursday morning
He iu working at John 1 "avis' and
was standing on the manger putting a
lit Idle on one of the horses, when It
threw back Its head and lie full from
llif manger, striking on Ids arm.
Mrs. Mary Illllman, wife of l. J.
Illllman, died at her home on Satur
day, July il, l'.'iU. Mrs. Illllman was
born In New York City January 11,
1H01. Her parents moved to Illinois
when hlit! wan eight years old. She
was married to D.J. illllman in !?
and came to Xebiaska In I Mo, settling'
near Rerlln. Tlicy came to Weeping
"Water In 1MS. She leaves a husband
and eleven children. Due son was
killed last August In a stone quarry.
The cause of her death was nervous,
From tint lliTiilil.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gondale.of Green
wood, are rejoicing over the arrival of
a 0-pound girl, July in.
Last Sunday, nine were baptized in
the Weeping Water. Klder Rich of
the Mennonltc church was present and
Jim Raster, of near Union, has en-
Raged Contractor Jameson to build a
new residence costing probably "J,ooo
Oscar McNurlin and ltert CoglUer
have each rigged up a team and wagon
preparatory to making their trip to
Oklahoma the Urst of the coming
Hotiert Stout of Springfield. Mo., an
engineer on the Frisco Ry., came In
Saturday to visit bis sister, Mrs. Rus
Bell, and brother, Wilbur.
Frank Dudley arrived home Friday
coming In from Chicago. Frank has
been w ith the Spooner hramatle Co.,
but has severed his connection w ith
them and will appear next season In
the role of star under the name of
"Frank Dudley Superlative."
Chas. Joyce met with an accident
last inursuay evening. lie was as
sisting the boys in banging a beef on
the books In the shop, and the (toys,
thinking It bad caught on the hook
let go, and down it came on Mr. Joyce
' who fell, and suffered a dislocated
shoulder, which Dr. W. M. Thomas
reduced for him. Chas. was at work
Does this sound like Ed. Hunter?
"My corn Is the best In the county. It
casts In the shado the Egyptian com
during the time of Moses. When you
enter my corn field it Is so tall and
thick and the darkness so intense, that
you need a lantern to find your way
through it when the sun Is shining
brightly at mid-day. The whlppor-
wills are singing and the lightning
bugs and bats arc flying. A rooster
got Into the Held and crowed himself
to death waiting for daylight.
Taken With Cramps.
Wru. Klrmse, a member of the bridg
gang working near Llttleport was
taken suddenly lllThursday night with
cramps and a kind of cholera. II Is case
was so severe that he had to have the
members of the crew wait upon him
and Mr. Gi fiord was called and consult
ed. He told them be had a medicine
in the form of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that
he thought would help htm and accord
ingly several doses were administered
with the result that the fellow was
able to be around next day. The Inci
dent speaks quite highly of Mr. Glf
ford's medicines. Elkader, Iowa, A
gus. This remedy never falls. Keep
It In your home, it may save life. For
Bale by all druggists.
To the world's fair at St. Louis.
Every Tuesday and Thursday during
August and September. Seven days
limit, 18. ft) for the round trip, via the
Missouri I'aclfic railway.
Kmni tlie Courier.
W. C. Frampton of Lincoln was In
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. l'hlllp Durr,
uly 21, a hoy.
The cutting down of the Main street
hill to grade has Wen a great improve
ment to that part of town.
Report comes from Oklahoma that
the hot winds have damaged the crops
to an alarming extent in some parts or
Prof, and Mrs. Sams left Thursday
evening for their new home at Mai
em, Iowa, where the professor has
been elected to the princlpalshlp of
the public schools.
. It. Todd and wife of l'lattsmouth
are visiting with friends and relatives
n Louisville and vicinity this week
before leaving fur Denver, where they
will make their future home.
The number of teams stolen in this
part of the state sci nis to justify the
farmers in reorganising the old time
vigilance committee and dealing with
horse thieves in a way that will make
It unsafe for them to continue their
J. E. Oleson has sold his restaurant
and confectionery business In Louis
ville to P. E. Howard of Iowa who has
taken charge. Mr. Howard Is an ex
perienced restaurant man and will
keep up the good reputation of the
restaurant established by Mr. Oleson.
Mr. Oleson goes to Wausa, Neb., to
take charge of a (louring mill.
Mrs. A. E. Stander, who met with
such a misfortune as to make the am
putation of one of her limbs necessary
to save her life, Is reported getting
along nicely despite the fact that the
doctors had given up all hope for her
recovery. Thursday evening, however,
she met with an accident that might
have proven disastrous. She was at
tempting to raise herself by the aid of
her crutches w hen she fell, but no se
rious damage resulted.
Puts an End to It All.
A grevious wall oft lines comes as a
result a unlcarable pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, backache, liv
er complaint and constipation. But
thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills
they put an end to all. They are gentle
but thorough. Try them. Gnly Zrc.
Guaranteed by F. G. Fricke & Co.,
From the RnU-rprlne.
Mrs. John Hall has been very sick
with appendicitis, but Is Improving.
Dr. Miller was at University Place
Thursday, at the bed side of his father
who Is very sick.
There are a number of fleldsof small
grain lu this vicinity that will not be
cut, owing to their poor condition.
Mr. and Mrs. II . H. Rronson re
turned Friday morning from Sedalla,
Mo., where they have been for the
past two months.
The little four-year-old son of Harry
Has stood the test for over 60 years.
FOR MAN OR BEAST.
Cures sprains, bruises, burns, cuts, sores, lameness,
piles, rheumatism, stiff joints lame back, etc.
Sander fell from a fence Thursday and
broke both bones of Ids right arm.
Mrs. Mattie Woods and her daugh
ters, Pearl and Hazel, or Woonwam.
Oklahoma, are here visiting at the
homes of I. F. Dale and Mrs. Hutch
inson. They w ill remain several weeks.
John Stradley has had his house
raised and placed on a new foundation,
and also hnilt an addition in the lear
of the main part of the house, tliereb
adding greatly to the beauty of his
W. E. Ileatherington and wife ar
rived in town last week from Pueblo,
Col., having driven a single horse all
the way from that place to Omaha,
and thence to Greenwood, where they
are now stopping.
Little Dick Rarr, the man who
moulded doughnuts Instead of bullets
during a Cass county seat tight years
ago, Is now editor of the Nehawka
Register. It is Improving with each
Issue under his gentle care.
The startling announcement that a
preventive of suicide had lieen discov
ered will Interest many. A run down
system, or despondency Invariably
precede suicide and something has
beeu found that will prevent that con
dition which makes suicide likely. At
the first thought of self destruction
take Electric Hitters. It being a great
tonic and nervine w ill strengthen the
nerves and build up the system. It's
also a great Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney regulator. Only 50c Satisfaction
guaranteed by F. G. G. Frlcke & Co
Krutn tlie HtucuD.
A. L. McDonald has regained bis
strength sufficiently to take charge of
his store again last Tuesday.
Dr. Townsend reports that a little
girl came to make her home with Mr.
and Mrs. Alvln Rlttcr on Friday, July
Of Mr. Reltter. who will take pos
session of the store now occupied by
Venner & Son about August 10th, we
will have more to say next week.
George Obcrle, the new proprietor
of the saloon, took charge of the same
last Monday. Mr. Oberlc has lived in
this community since his boyhood, Is
of good moral character and unlvcr
George Smith, who Is going with
John Frohlich's threshing machine,
says they have threshed out several
fields of wheat this week. It has av
eraged about ten or twelve bushels per
acre and Is not of very good quality
Mrs. Charles Tout received word
Tuesday morning stating that her
father, Mr. Thomas Price, had died
Sunday at his home In Cascade City,
Urltlsh Columbia. Mr. Tout left the
same day for that place to look after
the business affairs of Mr. Price.
Joe Relzer, a former resident of
Eagle and at one time postmaster
here, was in town Monday. Mr. Pcler
has just lately returned from Phila
delphia, where he graduated from a
dental college, and has located in Elm
wood. He will make regular trips to
End of Bitter Night.
"Two physicians had a long and st u o
born tight with an at cess on my right
lung" writesJ. F. Hughs of DuPont,
Ga, "and gave me up. Everyhody tin t
my time had come. As a last resoit 1
tried Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. The benefit 1 received
was striking and I was on my feet in a
few days. Now I've entirely regained
my lua th." Itconquers all Coughs,
Colds, Throat and Lung troubles.
Guaranteed by F.G.Fricke & Co. Price
50c and 11 (Hi. Trial bottles free.
From the LvdKtT.
Ed Stanton departed on the Monday
evening train west, going to a new lo
cation . but he intormed us that he had
not yet decided just where he would
The weed crop In this village is sim
ply Immense, and as the streets show
a splendid yield we suggest that the
ottlclals take care of the crop before
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Roberts, or Ta
bor, Iowa, arrived here Wednesday to
visit their daughter, Mrs. Thede
Frans. They formerly resided in this
village and find many old-time friends
here who are glad to meet them
Milton and Orrin Ervin were en
gaged the past few days in loading
their machinery and horses Into cars
for shipment to Washington state,
where they will make their perma
nent home. The Ervin boys have
been residents or this neighborhood
many years, and all their friends wish
them abundant success in their new
Clifford, the little son of Fred W,
Young, southwest of town, was se
verely bruised Tuesday morning by
falling from a haymow, a distance of
sixteen feet, and the little fellow was
very fortunate in not being more serf
ously Injured. The physician reports
the boy getting along very nicely, but
not inclined to take another tumble
from a mow.
Many of our citizens, especlaly the
merchants, remember that Jovial slice
salesman, P. T. Wilson, better known
as "Tug" Wilson, who made regular
trips here for many years and formed
many acquaintances In this village
Mr. Wilson's death occurred & short
time ago, a matter of regret and sur
prise to his Union friends. The Led
per was unable to learn further pat
tlculars regarding Mr. Wilson's sick,
new and death.
The Death Penalty.
A little thing sometimes results In
death. Thus a mere scratch, Insigni
ficant cuts or puny bolls have paid the
death penalty. It Is wise to have Ruck
Hn's Arnica Salve ever handy. It's the
bert salve on earth and will prevent
fatality, when burns, sores, ulcers and
piles threaten. Only 2T,at F. Q.Frlcke
& Co., druggists.
I rein II. l.t-HoYr-Ki t'u.
L. R Vakinei U builrtli.fr a shed
over the uncovered portion i f his lum
Tin1 old steeple on the school house,
which kaktii badiv, has been torn
down and it rew one- put up.
John Stopher has gone to Fruti,
Colo., where he expects to remain this
summer, at least.
A very pretty wedding occurred at
the pleasant home of Mrs. Hettiu Hal-
ley Wednesday evening, July 27, in
wnich her daughter, Luella, was mar
ried to Millard C. L( Her. Rev. A. M.
Perry, of Ashland, ottlclating.
The many friends of Harry Wilcock-
son will he sorry to hear of a painful
accident which befell him at Minnea
polis last week. He was exercising In
a gymnasium and had the misfortune
to fall, breaking his right shoulder
joint. He writes homo that he ishav
Ing the best of care and hopes to be
able to resume his duties soon.
A terrible accident, that may cost
him his life, befell Ed VanAvery, of
Wabash, a young man twenty-two
years of age, Tuesday. He was help
ing John Perry, who resides a mile and
a half east of Wabash, hi the haying,
and was in the hay-mow, when he fell
through the mow-way, a distance of
about thirty-five feet, alighting amidst
a lot of implements. He was picked
up In an unconscious condition, re
maining so for over an hour. Dr.
Neely, of Elmwood, and Dr. Powers, of
Wabash, were hastily summoned to
For the third of a century the
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makes the hot bread, hot biscuit,
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and excellent in every quality.
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the unfortunate man's assistance. Up
on examination they found one thigh'
broken In two places, the bone protrud--
ng through the flesh, his right arm.
broken, hole cut In lip, besides other
bruises and possibly Internal injuries
The doctors dressed his wounds andl
left him as comfortable as possible un
der the circumstsnces.
G. B. Burhans Testifies after Four
G. 15. Burhans, of Carlisle Center,
N. Y., writes: "About four years ago
I wrote you stating that I had been
entirely cured of a severe kidney trou
ble by taking less tean two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Cure. It entirely stop
ped the brick dust sediment,' and pain
and symptoms of kidney disease disap
peared. I am glad to say that I have
never had a return of any of those
symptoms during the four years that
have elapsed and 1 am evidently cured
to stay cured, and heartily recommend
Foley's Kidney Cure to any one suffer
ing from kidney or bladder trouble."
F. G. Frlcke & Co.
This disease has lost its terrors since
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoc Remedy came Into general use.
The uniform success which attends the
use of this remedy in all cases of bowel
complaints In Children has made It a
favorite wherever Its value has become
known. For sale by all druggists.
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