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(From the Monitor.)
C. C. Towner, county attorney of
Dickinson county, issued a warrant
against tho Fraternal Order of Eaglos
undor tho searcli and seizure law and
tho shoriir seized ten cases of intoxi
cants. A fight will ho made by tho
order against tho action.
Frank Crawford, a harbor in Ran.
dall, who was arrested Juno 0, upon
complaint of tho Missouri Pacific rail
road for shooting into a passongorcar,
was to have had his preliminary hear
ing in Justice Teeplo's court Tuesday
July 10, but failed to appear and for
foltod his $8(K) bond, signed by eleven
Tuesday morning word caino con
veying tho sad news of tho death of
little Carl Dillmun, tint youngest son
of Willis Dilimaii, of Phillipsburg.
Carl with two other small boys woro
playing Monday evening when a hay
loader foil over on Carl. Tho other
two boys ran home, frightened so bad
ly that they did not daro report tho
accident of their little associato. A
diligent search for the missing boy all
Monday night failed to lind him, until
Tuosday morning. Tho weight of tho
hay loader for so long a time crushed
tho lifo from tho unfortunate little
(From the Sentinel.)
While taking a rido on Fred Maser's
horse Wednesday l.eo Bruco mot with
a most peculiar accident. Tho boys
wero riding fast and attempted to pa-s
a vehicle ahead of them but Loo's
horso did not pull out far enough and
gallopod instead right up on top of tho
wheel, horso and rider both taking a
somersault as a result. Leo fell on
his shoulder and was unconscious four
Reuben Bontley and Lawrence War
ing packed a small bundle of clothes
and without consulting their paronts
went west on No. 15 Monday night.
There scorns to bo no cause for the
boys to runaway, llouboti drove tho
bus to the dopot as usual and then
hid behiud tho elevator building, get
ting on tho train from tho side oppo
site the dopot. Roports state that tho
boys are in the vicinity of Oxford
looking for work.
Last Tuosday Deputy Sheriff Art
Walrath wont to Itiverton and placed
Milo Moore under arrest for a statu
tory oironse, tho complaining witness
being a young lady of Alma. Ho was
takeu to liloomington and turned over
to tho sheriff of Harlan county who
was in waiting for him. and at once
taken to Alma. An ofrort is being
made to adjust tho matter out of
court. Both parties aro undor ago.
Just boforo going to press wo learn
that tho two wore married in
(From tho Mows Letter.)
A very interesting gamo of baseball
was played on tho grounds at this
place Saturday afternoon botweon tho
Mt. Claro club and tho homo team,
tho Guido Rock team winning by a
score of 1) to 8.
Died, at the family
Guido Rock, on Thursday, July fi, .Mrs.
Mota Wichmauu, aged 50 years, 1
months and 21 J days. Mota Wenko was
born Fobruary 12; 185(5, in Peoria, 111.,
and was married to Henry Wichmanu
September 2.'t, 1830, at Guido Rock.
To this happy union woro boru two
girls and two boys, tho children aro
Bertha, Bernard, Carl and Mrs.
Edson Miner, tho llfteou-yoar-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Miner, who
live ono milo north of town, mot with
a frightful misfortune Wednesday
morning iu an encounter with a
frightenod horse. The horso was ono
ho had been working on a cultivator
and ho had gone into tho stall to
harness him as usual, when tho horso
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Neighboring Toatns I
roarod and plunged, beating him to
tho ground and pawing him after ho
was down. Mr. Minor hoard tho dis
turbanco and rushed to tho boy's res
cue Ho soon got him from under
tho horso's foot and out of tho stall,
when it was found that ho had stiff ored
a comploto dislocation of tho knee
joint besides other injuries on tho
arm and body.
(Prom the Messe tiger.
Mr. John II. Wostorman and Miss
15. Smith woro united iu marriage at
the homo of tho brido's paronts at
Kensington Monday, July 0, 190G, Ivan
L. Clark officiating.
Sunday night, John Cooley and Miss
Ida Sohommorhorn "hiked'' down to
Maukato and on Monday morning,
July Slid, at 0:.'50 proceeded to Probate
Judge MoOoo's ollico and induced his
honor to grant them a license and
'jino'' them together for lifo as man
and wife, which his honor did with '
tho greatest of pleasure. '
Mary M. Cummings was boru in
Jackson county, Indiana, January 17.
1900. Sho was married to Daniol R.
Kindred, May 22, 18.")0. To this union ,
fourteen children woro born, of which,
thirteen aro living, ono of which died
in infancy, Eight of tho children i
wero at lioro bedside at tho timo of I
her death, and ton present at the
(From the Citizen.)
Dr. and Mrs. Townsend, who
been spending tho past throo weeks in
Beatrice, woro in town over Sunday,
during which time tho doctor suffered
a sorious accident. Whilo driving in
from tho country late Sunday night,
tho team becamo frightened and in at
tempting to jump from tho buggy, tho
doctor sprained his ankle and broko a
couplo of small bones of tho heel.
Frod Eckhart, tho 12-year-old son of
Jacob Eckhart, living three miles oast
of town, was severely injured Wednes
day afternoon. He was cultivating
corn when a thunder storm cauo up
and in attempting to control the team
which became frightened at the noiso,
ho was struck on the head by tho cul
tivator tongue, which inflicted a nasty
gash. Six stitches woro necessary to
cioso tno wound.
Cleo Davis, tho 10-year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Davis, broko both
bones of his left arm just above tho
wrist, Wednesday afternoon. IIo was
playing witli companions and doing
some acrobatic stunts in tno way of a
"high divo" from tho ladder.
guy ropo broko, with the result above
recorded. Tho limb rocoived immedi
ate attention and is doing as well as
could bo expected.
(From the Advocate.)
Mrs. Rosa Boyer, sister of L. A. Sie-
gol, who recently visited at this
had a narrow escape in an automobile
smashup at lior homo iu Erie, Penn.
Sho had a number of bones broken,
and it was only a miracle that sho es
caped being killed.
Last Wednesday Mrs. W. A. Dun
iavy camo to town to havo some den
tal work done and during hor absence
Mr. Dunlavy planned a pleasant sur
priso for hor by installing a handsome
piano iu tho home, which sho discover
ed much to her dolight upon hor re
(From the He view.)
Last Sunday night Leslie Layton
took some of his friends to Franklin
on a ploasuro trip.
Henry Schriuor is tho first man in
tho locality to report on tho yield ol
wheat raised this year. Ho has just
finished threshing 20 acres and iis a
result has 100 bushels in tho bin.
.7. B. llartson of Villmrn, Nob.,
spent Saturday and Sunday with hi
father and other relatives at thh
place. Jim is woll pleased with north
western Nebraska and reports crops
in flno condition iu that section.
A. II. Byrum of Bloomington was
here Wednesday starting legal pro
ceedings against Fred Stolling foi
failing to move his barn and horses
which had been pronounced a mil
sauco by tho town board somo six
weeks ago. Fred agreed to move out
side tho limits but has failed thus far
and now it will cost him an unnieii
tionablo amount to fight tho case.
(From the Journal.)
Frank Black brought a yellow cat
fish to town this morning that weighed
l." pounds. Of lato many exceptional
ly largo fish havo been caught in the
Miss Ackorman, who lins been visit
ing II. O. Paul's, rocoived word last
night that her brother was drowned
at his homo iu West Point, Nob., und
loft tliis morning for that placo.
Married, Wednesday ovoning, July
11, at tho homo of tho brido's paronts,
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Voung, iu this
city, Miss Mary ,7. Young and David G.
Argo, of Churlton, Iowa, Rev. Samuel
Dodds oL' the U. P. church oilk'iuting.
A pretty homo wedding occurred on
evening July !, when Mish
Forroy was united in mar-
riago to liov. S. K. Stonor, of Lincoln
Center, Kansas, Kv. J. E. Amos per
forming the ceremony at 7 o'clock nt
the homo of the brido's parents, Mr.
und Mrs. H. B. Forroy, In tho prosonco
of about fifty invited guests.
(From tho Times.)
A couplo of young men broke into
and ratisackod tho houso of Mr.
Comer on July 4th. Tho same day
Jas. Grifroth's houso was broken into
by tho same partios, it is supposed.
Mr. and .Mrs. Jas. McKim colobratod
their golden wedding annivorsary yes
terday. About forty relatives and
neighbors, including two sons from
Graham county woro present to help
thorn. A flno dinner wis enjoyed by
tlioso present, aftor which tho highly
respected couplo was presented with
two of tho finest rocking chairs money
An unmanageable team caused quite
a littlo excitement on tho streets Sat
urday. Morritt Thompson was sitting
iu tho bugy holding thotn when sud
denly ono horso reared and foil direct
ly under tho other. Quick work on
tho part of bystanders prevented dam
age only to tho harness, which was
badly broken, but it was a narrow es
cape and looked for awhile as though
tho horses would tear up both buggy
and harness if not iujuro themselves.
P. E 0. Recital.
The recital given under the auspices
of the 1 13. (). of this city in the Con
gregational church on Tuesday even
ing was an unusual treat to the audi
ence that attended and it was unfort
unate that more music lovers were not
present. About 1L'." were in attend
ance. It is difficult to determine the
superiority of anyone of the perform
ers as eacli number was of such excel
lence that the audience could not de
cide between them. Miss Jeanette
Dysart has been heard by our people
so often that they know what to ex
pect, but it is not saying too much to
state that she is regarded as ono of
the best amateur singers ever heard
in Red Cloud. She fully sustained her
high standard Tuesday evening. Miss
Helen Koehler caught her audience
with her impersonations of child life
at once and was roundly encored at
each appearance. Among those whom
we call our own people the honors
were equally divided. Perhaps the
most pleasing number was the difficult
piano solo by Miss Grace tiriee, be-
i cause oi me youtiuuiness ot tno per-
fr,nt-'1'- While her work is not so
brilliant as that of .Miss Miner she
will in a few years make that lady
look to her laurels. Miss Miner play
ed two piano solos in her usual bril
liant manner, each
difficult enough to
fastidious lover of
of them being
please the most
Mrs. Margaret (hind's
showed her a master
of the instru-
ment, her bowing of the violin being
as good as that of many professionals.
It was a little unfortunate that during
the pianissimo movement in the solo
the piano accompaniment was so loud
as to almost drown .her music for
those in the rear of the building. Miss
Jessie Wert sang two beautiful con
tralto solos each of which brought
forth the demand for more from the
audience. Itight here we wish to
make a suggestion. All music lovers
love the old classic, and if, for in
stance, after singing the Irish Lullaby
Miss Wert had responded with some
old favorite like Kathleen Mavourcen
or The Last Rose of Summer she
would have delighted her hearers.
The ladies who were responsible for
the recital are to be congratulated
upon their effort and should they de
cide to give another at any future
date, we believe they will be much
better patronized. It was the best
entertainment of that character that
has been given in lied Cloud in
many a day.
Dr. 1-3. A. Thomas made a very inter
esting talk to the students at Chapd
in the Ibisiness College Thursday
morning on the care of the teeth and
their construction. It was just what
the young people wanted and it really
was a surprise to learn so inueli about
the teeth and the poor care they gen
erally got. Dr. Thomas surely under
Opcnini of the Shoshone Reservation.
Register at Worland for tho govern
ment drawing ontitling you to draw
1(50 acres of lino irrigable lands in tho
Shoshone reservation; only 81. HO an
aero, ouo-thlrd cash. 100,00(' aoros or
ioOO farnu to bo drawu for; besides
this, thoro aro 800.0CO aoros of timbor
and minoral lands tiiat may bo taken
in tho usual way, somo of tlioso lauds
aro supposed to bo of groat value.
Ono furo for tho round trip to Wor-
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K PAUL STOREY, Clothier!
No Longer an
The idea that has become general that first class building material
could no longer be had is certainly knocked out, when you take a
look at tho complete line of clear Soft Pine Finish und Siding
carried in stock by
of Rod Cloud, Nob. What is also pleasing to tho buyers of Lumber
and building material is tho fact that their prices aro reasonable,
and they guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. They also have a nico
lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. See their Shin
gles. Vou can not help but admiro them.
Tho members of this enterprising firm, assisted by plonty of
excellent help, aro always glad and take pleasuro in showing to tho
public this nice stock.
and Undertaking . .
In FURNITURE our line is complete at
Our line of CARPETS comprises all of the
newest and latest designs.
In UNDERTAKIG GOODS we lead.
In LINOLEUM and OIL CLOTH we
have the Goods.
ED AMACIi, Prop.
Rememb&r, second door west
of G rice's Drug Store ....
land, with maximum of $'2,0 from Lin
coln. Omaha and Nebraska points.
Tickets told July 12 to 20, Ilnal limit
August 15. Tako this grand trip
through tho rich irrigated lands of
I tho Hig Horn Hasin. This will bo ono
of tho greatest ovouts in tho history of
' tho distribution of Uncle Sam's do
To tho Pacific coast daily low ox-
itirolnti rnfna fnt Mila flin rvfnntAot-
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hold their shape and give W
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are the ;Ii
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Keep You Cool
and look well. UNDER
WEAR and HOSIERY
that are cool and will not
to crown all this, and as
surance that you are well
dressed and have money
railroad journey in tho world.
To Colorado and return About
half ratos daily and oven lower rates
for tho Elks big gatlioring at Donvor
July 10 to 15, inclusive
Also daily low rates to eastern ro
sorts; frequent homosoekors' excur
sions, in fact tempting oxaursion ratos
iu all directions throughout tho sum
mor. Consult nearest Burlington ticket
"gout. j. p. Edwards.
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