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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1907)
Does this old Weather emiM You
that the Heavier Clothing Season is almost here? It it does it remains our duty to remind you that Holly's is the place to buy them. How about
that New Suit or Overcoat, Winter Weight Underwear or Shoes? Wa have a complete line both for men and boys. Call and let us show you the
many new things we have in Winter Wearing Apparel.
-:o3Urc; 5c Muskers, the BesS in the Statft.
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write T .1 li-.liii r. 'V-irl. Nl.
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in I lif rn Ih-iI. f ir .-)-:! nr li-aM'.
i:. A. II iinii-r .V . i:r Ui-n How. Neli.
LI"TKN! i-orn. lie:il :nil : I f :i I f:t In !-. ill
soul livti-sterii k:ifis:is froiii -i.-J.'i In per
uere. Culne iiinl . V:iVii- l..ili'l - .
i rt't-ntiiiirir. Kansas.
FA liMS for Hit if. Chirk uiily. SnH li lakot;i
niiiii-any U'licr. I'rli-f. oln up. Come
How. li:irp .V Harris. (l:trk. S. I.
WK li:f wli'Ml i-hoii-f f:irn;s i-lirsf to lowti
for alf in Hoyil -unity. Nelir.. ?j.'.Ut to
S'j.iiO M-r uiti. No lifttiT liiml la Nf liraska.
Write ii. or I letter still. call itinl for your-hflvi-s.
Atnf rli'an KM'Imiiife Hank.
H toim lionif. 3) am farm.
'Zl ai res in t Inio-
tliy nml i lnvi r. t.alain i- uinlt r plow, no
)k-i t r laml In M-Ir:sk:i. fair linprovfriifnts.
inlif from ;r-liarn. York rouiity. ?T3 mt
avre. out half :ish. Iiaian.-i- tfii iiiual annual
payment. Inquire of .limes National hank.
41.4 Sf wanl. m-I.
Laml tin to twenty dollars, pnwliit'i's splen -dil
i:rois. too. smc thlsooiintry :ml you'll
day. Slilwcll lints, or I. T. Hoiint-r.
41-4 1 miM-rial. M l.
S inny Iihilio no lll:iril-. mi I' vi'lnncs I in
provt-il ami iinltnpruvfil land under liest
Irrigation .systi-ms. .Iaksoii .V Tn-natn.
41-4 U'fiser. Id.
Canners and younir me n. I have over 50 cikkI
I quarters of land a iiuinlx-r oni- from
?. an aere. Kansas. M-hraska. Miutli llakot i.
from I. In. Mill. Neli.. to I len vT. Col., and -i0
for j.t p-r aere. Call on or write Henry lluni
mels. Mai'on. xel.
Holm-seekers. Invi-stors. let rut? tell you alxnit
the t'reat Kilklmrn valley country. .My
bargains will make you ll money. Ihm't de
lay, write W. I- l.owe. Atkinson. Neb.
For Sale Hfst raneb in eastern Nebraska.
Will take i'A) a-res of jjoixl land, write for
particulars. I am closing out my land and
offer bargains. A. .1. 1 itirland. Norfolk. Neb.
Deal Ksiale II;iri:nins -A half section of land
5 miles from xortli I'lalle. acresln val
ley. 5iAH) part time.
t40 acres extra K'mmI grass land, part in sec
ond valley. ?4 tn-r aiTe. Hratt .t Goodman.
41-4 North Platte. Neb
Just what you want ltk) acre farm. 1 10 acres
smooth land, balance rolling. vrrowiuK buf
falo jrrass. all bard black soil clay subsoil
pod wheat or corn land, two miles from
church one mile from school, b'i miles to mar
ket. 5 acres native tlmln-r. trees 12 years old.
pood water obtained anywhere on place. fi
kt .UTi'. two-thirds cash, balance to suit pur
chaser. Write today to Iirullner Hros.
41-4 He nkelman. Neb.
D.tiryin:r. the coming business. I ha ve a dairy
farm that will make you a fortunu in ten
years. Write owner A. .1. Durl.md.
Win ted. to rent ten jrood sandy corn farms to
Nebraska corn raisers, ror particulars
write W. O. Fly nt. Shamrock Texas.
Sacrifice Sale. Best ranch In county. 104il
acres. Improvements -ost on Must sell
this fall. f-JO per acre. Arthur F. Mullen.
4-'t4 O Nelll. Neb.
Sterllnir. Colorado. Iaree Immigration here
from Nebraska and Iowa. Mesa lands ?.
to S10 per a-re. Irrigated lands 40 and up.
fleet suirar factory runnimr Some farmers
pet f 100 per acre for this year's crop. Adver
tising fret-, statements puarante-d. Write us
today. Chamlier of Commerce. Sterling. Colo
For Sale cheap, few I m pis ved. prtMluctive
soil level farms near Oklahoma City. south
Investigate. Krai.d. Hanker. Moore, okla.
Invest yonr money in Thomas county ( K s)
lanih the smoothest county in the state,
withjio.ooo sown to wheat. Trices range from
12 to ?3j per acre. Now is the time to place
your money. J. N. Fike. Colby. Kans
Why pay ?T5 an acre for land when you can
Injy just as good for ".9';
X5) acres 6 miles from O'Neill level prairie
unimproved, good soil, fla
inn acres second lottom. level, unimproved.
5 miles from i 'NellI. 12 per acre.
lt) acres miles from 'Nelll a little roll
ing, running water, unimproved s!2.j0
tZl T. V. Golden. O'Neill. Neb.
Laxative Fruit Syrup
Pleasant to take
The new laxative. Does
not gripe or nauseate.
Cures stomach and liver
troubles and chronic con
stipation by restoring the
natural action of the stom
ach, liver and bowels.
Refuse substitute. Price BOo.
FOR SALE BY F. G. FRICKE
No Joke AL-oiit Loaii Coiiiily:
ii. I j on Ihiiilc I hat I wi-. i'.l.iir.' when I
told oii in my :id l:i-i rimitli tint i i roiof
l. ! , u. 'i 1 il j i iy f- .r I he l.i ml i n S.nj I h I'll 1 1
v iii-.i r -i rr! i ii '.' 1 .vi!l j ir. " i'ii ivh'il
I y i f hi ii 1 i-i 'li if In sli' iw it i iv Ii I lie
t i li 1 1 see what we have ir i .n'ei I in 111 '7.
'1 in re K no such I nirig a - failure under irriga
lion. C M. .Morion. Merlin::. Colo. l -'.',
f! if:i ' f i. ei rn aid n hea t !i i.ds .r sile. ii.Mi
k rich alfa!fa. w heat, and corn lamls in I he
ri il long t-rass lmp -illey cmiiilry in cen
tral Ni lir:isli a. on long I inn-and eay t ernis.
A'hln-ss I'. II. Mari. y. .Ma-m C ity. .. b.
Sl'ijial Mdiiev. Ni-braska. ami look a I our
choice harg.iilis in laud's Write lor li-ls.
Age ns wanted. Sidney Land Co.
Fillrnore county snap. II! acres, well iin
proved, adjoining town. s..vi. thi r liar
gains. Write H.iIm-ock Land Agency.
41-t Ohiow.i. Neb.
H.iiies--kers Corne to northwest Arkansas.
I mil. stoi'k and grain farms. I have tried
Kstates. this iH-ats them all. Particulars
price list free. Write today. .1. 1'. Oswalt.
41-1 !raetle. Ark.
For Sab by owner. Huy direct, s-ivt; commis
sion. Two improveil Colorado irrigated
farms in cultivation. (Jood ditch and reser
voir water rights. I'rices and terms on appli
cation. Address II. N. l.inebarger.
41-4 Ju'esburg. Col.
Denters wanted for M innesot-i farms. Kight
" good farms adjoining town with creamery
to rent for one. three or five years. Cash or
part of crop rent. Also farms for sale on crop
pa) ments with small cash pay men t down, or
you might want to trade a small farm for a
larger one. or exchange some village property
in part payment on a farm. In either case,
would like to have you write me ami see. what
I can do for you. John Powers. .M unlock.
41-4 Swift Co.. Minn.
Jortheast Nebraska Improved farms, buy
(rum (inner. I am oll'ering four arms in
northeast Nebraska at 10 per acre less than
actual value, terms easy. Address owner. P.
M. Moodle. West Point. Kenr
Mock and grain lands, good soil, low prices.
l.yman Waterman. Oneill. Neb.
Did you know that the best black loam corn
lauds can still lie had in Thurston county.
o0 miles southwest of Sioux City at from t'iO to
75 mt acre! Write A. L. Krause & Co.. West
Point, for particulars.
I own 320 acres iiottom land li miles from
ChapiM'll. I leuei county. Neb.. 18 per acre.
Have other tirst class lands, ltif) tine land 5
miles from Chappcll. 11.50. A large number
of choice quarters, half sections, at rock Iiot
tom prices Write me for further informa
tion. Ij. O. Pff tier. Chappcll. Neb.
CAfl acres in Kimball county. Neb.. level
WHU black loam soil at li per acre. !s cash,
balance time. A bargain, investigate it. Other
bargains in farms.ranclies and homestead re
linquishments. Write or call on American
Land & Immigration Co.. Sidney. Neb.
Otter Creek valley. 4s0 acres best alfalfa land
close to town, timber and living water on
place. Itest bargain in Kansas at 30 per sicre
Office In LaCrosse State bank. Whitoman .t
WMtctnan. LaCrosse. Kan.
omeseekers. investors, come to northeastern
Nebraska where the climate is delightful.
the soil extremely productive, the rainfall
abundant, the water pure, the people intelli
gent, sociable and generous. The principal
crops are corn. oats, wheat, rye, barley and
potatoes, which grow in abundance The prin
cipal grasses are blue joint, timothy. clo-er.
alfalfa. Tame grasses grow bountifully.
Horses, hogs, cattle are raised in great num
bers. Farms can be liought for 20 to tiO per
acre, according to improvements, location
and quality. For farms write or see
Campliell Kealty Co.
41-4 Creighton Neb.
Write First National bank. Wlsner. Neb., for
choice in proved Cummlng county farms.
Fred Pierson. the ltnd Man. sells good graz
ing land from 3 to 4 per acre, good farm
ing land from 10 to 15 per acre. For quick
sale I quote the following pieces good heavy
loam with clay subsoil ; ir.0 acres 10 miles from
a good town, school house on the land, price
2.2.V): 172 acres 6 miles from town. In a good
thriving neighborhood, pries 2.500. 330 acres
miles from town all nice land, price 11.50 per
acre. ItiO acres four miles from town, all in
cultivation, price 2.400 .This isonly a partial
list of the land I have for sale, if these do not
suit write for the latest price list and terms
or lietter yet. come and let me show you the
land. Fred Pierson.
41-4 Sutherland. Neb.
Bargains in farms, for list of corn, alfalfa
and winter wheat lands write .1. T. Camp
liell. Litchfield. Neb.
Must e sold !.rtti0 buys a gMl 100 acre farm
located 7 miies southwest of Pawnee City.
House 16x24 barn 30ft square, good wagonshed
and corn crib, all newly painted. In good re
pair. Whole farm fenced 3 wires, liood or
chard, woven wire hog pasture. 15 acres tame
hay. Wind mill and tank, forty acres pasture
balance cultivated. I'nion Central holds
s4.lHK) mortgage, ti per cent. (Never loan over
35 per cent of value.) Terms Sl.iVO down, bal
ance easy payments. Mortgage optional.
Address Ho 4'i4. David City. Neb.
rvne million acres irrigated land in the I'pucr
v Snake Kiver valley. Idaho, land 25 per
acre up. easy terms, most abundant water
supply on the entire continent three Heet
?ngar Factory's in the valley, an Ideal fruit
country, an unsurpassed climate. Idaho Falls
is destined to Itecome the greatest railroad
center and the largest city in the state. For
particulars address Idaho Falls Development
Co.. Idaho Falls. Idaho.
Best land In the west at from 10 to?20 per
acre. Information free. West's Land
Agency. Hemingford. Nebr.
Splendid opportunity, fine ' all round farm,
best of pasture and tame hay. Kl acres good
plow land, fair buildings. 40 A. J. Durland.
41-4 norfolk, xrb.
i Lusl nielli, ;'.t the lumie of their p;is
j tor, Kov. and Mrs. A. L. .in!;, was
ejiven a Hallowe'en Social l;y the- Kn
jiL'HVor Society of the Christian Church.
I On account of other arrangements with
i in the limits of the church it was neccs-
sary to have it the evenirvic liel'ore.
i Notwithstanding the inclement weather
j there was a jjoodly crowd of yoiiri"; and
I old folks assembled at the appointed
time, am", each one who came seemed
' to he bent on having as to d time as it
was possible within his capacity. Om
j nious ghosts ilitted through the lawn
and into the lantern-lighted house.
where each guest was received by a
terrible imp-lookiny; ghost with a most
clammy hand-shake, and was motioned
up a winding stairway, where other
ghosts assisted in the arrangements for
the presentation of the guests to the
assembled audience. When all had ar
rived, then each tried nis luck in diving
for the coveted apple; fortunes were
told, games of mirth-provoking get-up
were indulged, music dispensed ; the
program being completed by a beauti
ful solo by Mae Morgan, which was
rendered in the lady's easy and charm
ing manner, and was most thoroughly
enjoyed by all. After this very tooth
some refreshments were served, and
the various guests wended their way
homeward in a most happy frame of
mind, feeling that it is good to live in
full fellowship and friendly esteem.
Matt Made His Train
In this day of rapid transportation
and quick action of every avenue of life,
it is an open guess just what is going to
happen, or whether a man is going to
score or not. Last evening as "Billy"
Wheeler lay thinking after having re
tired, that now I must get down in time
to take the train for South Omaha in
order to buy some cattle for feeding
this winter, and so he got up and set
the clock and made ample preparation
for plenty of time. So this morning
when the alarm rang, he thinks, O, I
have gots lots of time, and did not get
up right away, and soon he was asleep
again. Sometime after he awoke with
a start and hustling around, when he
got down town, the train had gone and
so he concluded to await until tomorrow.
Just a few mements before time for
the Missouri Pacific train going south,
Matthew Gering received a telephone
call to come to Nebraska City on busi
ness; he rushed out and to the hotel to
catch the hack for the station, it had
gone, so he chartered a lumber wagon
going his way, but as they did not make
the required time, he transferred to the
express wagon of Joe Thompson, who
got him to the train in good time. In
his hurry he had forgotten to make a
note of who it was that wanted to see
him and had to telephone back to town
to find out, which he did and went on
his way rejoicing.
Mrs. R. E. Kephart and Miss L. C.
Kephart, of Bartlett, Iowa, who have
been visiting in the city and at Rock
Bluffs for the past few days, departed
on the Burlington train this morning
IMslriet Court of Cass County. Ne-
f Walter A. Laughlin.
Administrator of the
estate of ICeulien A.
Allien l. Welton.
Jesse ( . Chapin.
tscar W. Laughlin. I Florence H. Chapin.
Plaintiff. ; May E. Chapin.
vs Koy M. Chapin.
I Tacie Laughlin.
1 Kate Heeler, and
Walter A. Laglilin.
Florence H. Chapin.
May F.. Chapin,
Koy M. Chapin.
Minor heirs of Keulien
A. Chamn. deceased:
To Ira Chapin. Edward Chapin, and Kate
Heeler, non-resident defendants:
You will take notice that on the 3d day of
Octolier. 1!V7. scarV. Laughlin plaintiff here
in, tiled his petition in the district court of
Cass County. Nebraska, against you impleaded
with Walter A. Laughlin. admistrator of the
estate of Knclieii A. I hapin. deceased, and
guardian of Florence H. Chapin. May E.Chapin.
Hoy M. Chapin. minor heirs of Uueben A.
Chapin. deceased, anil Alliert D. Wel'on. Ira
Chapin. Edward Chapin. Jesse . Chapin.
Florence H. Chapin. .May E. Chapin. Koy M.
Chapin. Tacie Laughlin. and Kale Heeler, as
The object and prayer of which are to fore
close two certain mortgages executed and de
livered by Kulien A. Chnpin and Teresa (.
Chapin. to W. A. and (i.L. Woodward. uon the
North half of t he Northeast tiuarter of sect ion
thirty-three (3) township No. twelve ( l''(
range nine (! east of the Sixth (litlil principal
meridian, in Cass county. Nebraska: one to
secure a liond of eight hundred dollars (stm
dated June sib. ls'.C parable June 1st. 1!2. ex
tended to June 1st. li'12. at ii per cent interest
And a certain mortgage of date of May 14.
lii'l. given to secure the payment of ten notes
of .s.x each, of which five are yet unpaid, said
notes one liefng payable each year on and after
That said notes and mortgage have for a val
uable consideration been assigned to Oscar W.
Laughlin. the plaintiff herein, who is now the
holder and owner thereof: that there is now
due upon said notes and mortgages the sum of
(sis.32) eight hundred ninety-eight and 32-100
For which sum with interest from this date
plaintiffs pray a decree that defendants lie re
quired to pay the same or that said premises
be sold to pay the amount found due witli cost.
You are required to answer said petition on
or lefore the llth day of Novemlier, lMt'7.
Dated this 2d day of October. 1907.
Oscar W. Laughlin. Plaintiff.
(H.V i. A. els.)
Corrected weekly bv Martin it T.io:.
who pay tl.n liighrst prices for product
and guarantee satisfaction:
I-.ggS I si;
Cat! h- ;,ii
II. gs T4.2:i
i HA IN MAKKI'.TS.
Corn . .
Rock Island Timk Tahlk
N. 1"), local :.r,2 a.
No. f5, local freight H:.M) a.
No f. mail 2:.'5() p.
N. 37. mail 5:"3 p.
No l does not stop for passeers east
No. U. freight
No. 304, local passenirer
No. 18, Local
No. fi. mail
No 8f5. local freight
No. fi does not stop for
west of DesMoines.
. 1:27 p.
3:00 p. m.
. 1:14 p. m.
Mrs. Dr. MacArthur visited friends
here this week.
A bright eyed baby girl arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hart
Wednesday, Oc tober 23rd. All concern
ed are doing nicely.
Mrs. O. H. Eggleston of Elk City,
Oklahoma, is visiting friends here this
Miss Anna Neitzel is visiting her
brother, Robert E., of Waterloo, at
Martin & Tool shipped out a car load
of apples Wednesday.
Albert Hunt returned Saturday from
a business trip to Wisconsin.
Miss Charity Wurts, of Lincoln, visit
ed at the home of her sister, Mrs. A.
J. Tool, Sunday.
Mrs. Dietz of Lincoln, visited at the
home of J. Goehry over Sunday.
Esco Ridgeway was down from Uni
versity Place over Sunday.1
The dance in the M. W. A. hall Fri
day evening was well attended. Stein
hausen's orchestra from Omaha, furn
ished some very fine music.
J. J. Gustin received a car load of
feeders from South Omaha Friday.
Mrs. Mira AIcDonald, who has been
visiting at the home of F. Wolf, departed
for Ashland, Oregon, Wednesday.
Paul Schewe went to South Omaha
Friday and purchased a car load of
feeders which arrived here Saturday
C. E. Metzger was shaking hands
with the residents of this burg Friday.
He is a candidate for clerk of the dis
trict court and is a very capable young
man and qualified to handle the position.
Wm. F. Lau and . Wm. Kuskie had a
scaffold break down with them last
Thursday, with" the result that Mr.
Kuskie was laid up for repairs for a
Miss Amy Westlake, a very com
petent lady clerk, who has been in the
employ of Martin & Tool, of this place
for the past year, was happily wedded
to Mr. J. W. Shank of Lincoln, Satur
day, October 26. The bride and groom
visited relatives here Sunday and were
given a rousing farewell reception be
fore their departure to their home in
Lincoln Sunday evening. The Journal
joins with their many friends in wishing
them success in their matrimonial ven
Thursday, October 24th was the 48th
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Leis, and a number of their
friends took advantage of it, and plan
ned a neat little surprise on them. They
were taken completely unawares. A
few presents wrere given them and the
evening was spent in playing progres
sive high-five. A pleasant feature was
that Mr. and Mrs. Leis tied for first
prize each winning ten out of the
eleven games played. The guests all
departed at a late hour wishing them
good health for at least two years more,
when they all expected to be present to
assist them in celebrating their fiftieth
or golden anniversary.
Mrs. Philip Anders, who has been
visiting at the home of her daughter
for the past week, departed for her
home in Omaha this afternoon on the
Mrs. R. H. Sampson and
departed this morning for
Iowa, where4 they will visit
time with the parents of Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Anthony.
J. C. Peterson is improving his prop
erty on South Fourth street by the
building of a new permanent brick
walk from the alley to Pearl street,
which is a great improvement.
wm 1 Pi
Greek Interpreter fleets Death WhEfe Mat
ing to Remove Hand Oar From the Main
Burlington Railroad Track,
DIED !A FE17 HOURS AFTE
Game Here With s Gang of Railroad Laborers
and Made Many Friends by His Gentle
menly and Affable Manners.
Last evening, a little after 11 o'clock, j
while going to their bunk car which sets j
at the termination of the siding, ex- J
tending from the Burlington station to j
"Happy Hollow," a gang of Greek la
borers who are employed by the Hur- !
lington, as an extra gang surfacing and
doing section work on the road and in
the yards, were overtaken by fright
train No. 74 going east, near the Duif
Grain Company's elevator, as they were
going east on a hand car, and belore
the car could be removed, struck the : jeve his sufferings, which were intense
same and catching one of the number, ! an(j to save his life if possible, the lat
the foreman, James Malos, so severely j ter of which were not possible to do, he
injuring him that he died before morn- j dying at 4:45 this morning. Ii. J. Hay
ing. VVnue tne oreeKS are very secre-
tive, from the best information that can
be gleaned, they had been down town,
and were at the store of John Schiappa
cassa, and at about 11 o'clock were go
ing to their car for the Viight. This
man, James Moles, was the foreman of the gang foreman, would not answer
the extra gang and has been working i Mr. Reynolds. This morning after day
for the company here for sometime. 1 Jijrht one of the gang found a portion
He, with the remainder of the gang, ;
waited until No. 1 (the Denver fiyer) i
had passed and thinking as the distance ,
was only short, less than a half mile, i
that they could make it easily before j
another train would come along. They ,
therefore placed their hand car on the
track and started for their bunk car.
They had hardly gotten started when ;
No. 74, the freight for the east, which ;
had been held in the yards lor the pas
sage of the Denver flyer, started to pull
out of the yards behind them. As there
is always engines working in the yards,
the sound of the pulling out of the
freight behind them did not attract
their attention until it had gotten al
most upon them, then they jumped
and endeavored to get the hand car off
the track, and had it off all but one cor
ner, when the train being so close on
them that they all got out of the way,
but James Malos, the foreman, seeing
that the hand car did not clear, jumped
across the track and endeavored to push
or pull the car entirely clear and stayed
too long; the engine of the freight
struck the hand car . and at the same
catching Mr. Moles, rolling him under
the hand car, and when it was pushed
away, the engine wheels passing over
The ladies in charge of the Presby
terian annual rummage sale will be in
readiness to receive articles Thursday,
November 7th at the rooms in the
Leonard block formerly occupied by
Mauzy & Murphy. If you have any
thing to donate that you wished called
for, leave word at the rummage room
Thursday, or telephone Mrs. J. N.
Wise at the Riley Hotel. Plan to con
tribute something good to eat for the
market, which will be held each day
under the supervision of Mrs. J. H.
Salsbury, with an able corps of assist
Articles needed: Men's clothing
summer and winter underwear, wo- J
man's cloaks, dresses, skirts, waists, I
anything wearable. Garments of all '.
kinds for children, girls and boys. Shoes, j
stockings, ribbons, laces and books,
furniture new goods and old. Dishes,
etc. Don't forget the time and place.
Remember what may be useless to you
will be valuable to your neighbors.
James Fogerty, who has been in the
city for the past few days, coming with
the remains of his wife, and at the
funeral, departed this evening on the
Burlington for his home in Roanoke,
his legs and feet, cutting one K'g oil'
above the knee and the other passing
over the foot, severing it entirely.
The train was immediately stopped
and the comrades of the injured man
took him to bunk car, near by, which
was used by another gang, and from
, there, just as soon as notice would be
I given, a stretcher was brought and he
was taken to the oflice of the company
; surgeon, where he was worked with
during the night, in an attempt lo re-
nolds, the nightyartlmasier, endeavored
to get a statement from him as to what
was the cause of the accident, but he
no doubt thinking that he was in some
way the cause of the accident, he hav
ing charge of the hand car and b-ing
of the foot which was t ut oil', lying
near the scene of the accident, and took
it to the company surgeon.
James Malos has occupied the posi
tion of foreman of the extra g:.ng for
some time and was considered a very
intelligent and agreeable man, under
standing his business, and speaking
Coroner Ii. I. Clements, of KJrnsnHxf,.
who had been notified, came over and
empanelled the following jury: W. II.
Miller. John S. Hall, Henry M. Craig,
L. C. Herger, Wm. Sthmidtrr.ann and
M. S. Briggs, and they then went to
the scene of the accident and heard the
tastimony of the witnesses the dead;
man's comrades, who were or. the car,
together with that of n'ght yard master.
B.J. Reynolds. The jury returned the
following verdict: "We find that James.
Malos came to his death by being run
over by the engine of train No. 74, (a
freight) of the Burlington going east,
at a point where the s'ring connects
with the main line, sooth of the Duff"
Grain Company's elevator, r.t ll:l.'p.m.
October :i0, 1907. In thi we find the
Burlington railway nor its
were in no way to blarne. "
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