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FAMILY HISTORY LIBR.ARY 
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NEWS 






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6313 



RICHLAND CODNTY GAZETTE: 

Film # 588 (a few excerpts on - . 
first three pages.) 

HANKINSON NEWS: film # 6313 

March 30, 1893- August 31, 1893 
Aug. 13, 1896 - July 27, 1897 
April 14, 1898 - August 31, 1900 
(some issues missing) 

MARKEAGE S DEATH EXTRACTIONS 



BY 

Elizabeth M, Collins 

11638 SE 164th St. 

Renton, WA. 98058 



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© 1993 Elizabeth M. Collins 
Copyright 1993 by Elizabeth M. Collins 
All Rights Reserved Worldwide 
Printed in the United States of America 



EXCERPTS ^Kom tliz RTCtiLAW COUNTV GAZETTE: 



JANUARY 25, ISS5 MARRIEP; fJIKSCHE - MARSH A^ thz ChuAch o{t St. John 

ihz EvangeZUt, Monday Jan. 79, 1885, by Rev. TaXhtn. Hzpptnlz, Hk. FAjink 
Hik&chz to hlL&6 Vaixtinz Uafuh, both oi thl& pZace.. 

FEBRUARY 6, 1885 MARRIEPj TAYLOR - BUCKMASTER ..On Jan. 29, 1885, by 

Rev. E. E. Ty&on, Un.. H, J. TcutZoK, at hli Kz&ldznat, tkli (Uty to Mc44 Hinnlz 
E. BuckmoitzA. 

FEBRUARY 26, 1886 MARRIEP: SPERAL - WACHA At thz Mzthodcit PoA^onagz, 

thi6 cXXy, on Monday, Fzbfwjvvj 22, 1886, by Rev. H. W. TKoy, Ma. Ffuink SpzAJxt 
to HC6.& Antonia Wacha, both o£ WyndmzAz, V. T. 

MARCH OF 1886 MARRIEP: HERIN6 - BLYLA In tka (Uty, on Monday, MoAch 

8, 1886, by Fol&on Vow, E4>q., Ma. Gaitwj HzAlng, oi ?AZl>cot, WJ., to M^4 Ida 
BZyla, oi Red WZng, MW. 

MARRIEP; STILES - STEWART On Monday FzbnuoAy 22, 1886, 

at thz izkldzncz o^ W. H. MaafUz, thJa (Miy, by Reu. G. B. BoAnei, Ma. Al^Azd 
StiJizM, to Mli.i VzJUia StzwaAt, both oi Vaxk Town&hCp. 

born: HVATT In thl& cJJy, on Wzdnzzday, MoAch 10, 1886, 

to Ma. and MA6 . H. S, Hyatt, a ion. 

MAY .14, 1886 MARRIEP: MARSHALL - MOOW In tkc6 cJjty , Tazzday, May 11, 

1886, by C. A. Ma Kzan, Eiq., Ma. GzoAgz R. MaAihaLi and Mli6 Emma Moon, both 
oi FzAga& FaZl&, MW. 

BORN TVSON May 8, 1886, to Ma. andMfu>. S. E. Tyion, a 

daaghtzA. 

MARRIEP: LIN8ERG - PETERSON In tkii Uty on SatuAday, 

May 15, 1886, by C. A. Mc Kzan, Esq., Ma. EdwoAd LinbzAg to MZ&i Emma PzXzAion 
both oi VyndmzAZ, V. T. 

MARRIEP: BAUER - SOLLNER At thz KZ6ldzncz oi H. G. 

AZbAzcht, Eiq., In thii city, on Wzdnz^day zvznLng, May 19, 1886, by Rev. AZi>izd 
G. PZnkham, AZctoA oi thz EpZicopat ChuAch, Ma. EdvcoAd BaueA and MI&6 Anna A. 
SollnZA, botii oi WaJipzton. 

BORN SCHILLER In thli cuXy, Taz6day, Junz 1, 1886, to Ma. 

and MAi. SzhilleA, a doMgktzA. 



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^^Ay is, isss 

Thz yoangzit living daugkteA of^ Ut. and Ma^ . A. Hik&cht, dle.d lai>t Monday night, 
mailing tkz mtk cklld that ha& been takzn ^Aom thzJji iamlhj caAcZz. A va&t con- 
QKzgatlon oi sympathizing ^fildnds we^e p/iuunt at thz {^ant/iaZ exsAcl&z, Wzdnuday 
f^oKznoon, and jolntd thz pnoceMlon that (^oZZowzd thz Kvnalni, to thtln. loMt A.z&t- 
Ing pLacz. 

MARCW 12, 1S86 

PASSED AWAV John Uanlkoaoikl, thz man who fizczntlij had hli anklz bKokzn at 

MooA.zton, dlzd a weefe ago with bhjoncKiXii . 

tJTEP.'. ...,TAVL(?R.,..On Sunday, t^oAch 7, 18S6, WaZttfi V., age 4 yzAfU,, 4 montki 
and 5 days, 4oki oiJ M^. and W/l6. Ztnjamln Taylofi, a^tzA an lMnu6 o^ thl'ltzeJ^ 
weefe4. In conntctlon uxith an attack o^ thz mzasl^l, . Thli aUticXzd iamllij axz 
wzlUL \iXiOwn In thli ZocaZlty a& bzlng among lti> zafdiy 6zttZex&, and lympathztlc 
QKlti '"^^ ^2. taidt &pfieAd and gznzAal whzn thzln. bzAzavzmznt bzcom^^ iaZZy known. 

THE CLOSE Of COURT HeAman VUZ and Paul VUl ptojxd gultty to thz choAgt o^ bzlng 

aczuionij a^tzA thz deed to thz muKdzJi oi Auguit Vltt, and wzAZ izntznczd to thfizz 
yzafu Impfil&onmznt oi hoJid laboA.. . ..JuZlai Ebzl plzad guilty to thz ■iome chaAgz aj, 
^thz {^oAzgolng, and wai izntznczd to ^ouA yzam, ImpAlionmznt. Thz judgz told Ebzl 
that fie might 5e again bA.ought up and tnlzd {^on mufidzA, In any cxtie, '^1$ moKz evi- 
dence wa& bought up. 

MARCH J9, 1BS6 VJEV: SCHAFER In EAlghtAJOod Town&hlp, thli county, HoAch 

I, 1SS6, Clmzni, youngz&t -son o^ M^t. and Ha&. LzonoAd Schaf^zA, agz 2 yzaJU , 9 
monthi and 3 dayi , 

mv 9, me vied V/SOU Thz Infant daughtzA o^ UK. and Uu, S. E, Tyson. 



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MARCH o{i nS6 THE CLOSE OF COURT f^ondatj MoAck Ut, Wlthelm JakA iajch plaazd 

undeA. bond od $500 and woi to appzoA at tkt nzxt tzAm 0($ VZ6tAA.cX CouAt. 
On SatuAday, in thz cjUZ o^ fAlzdAlcka VoeZtz VS. J. H. WZfuth, a vfidcct woi 
KzndzAzd (^ofi thz pZayintidd,. Thti uias a 6uJX ovzA thz poi,iZi6-ion o£ a ttalLLon. 
Thz vzAdlcX woi that thz plaLntlf^l ihouZd AztuAn thz hoKiZ OA pay $300 l^ a 
AztuAn couZd not bz had, togztkzA mJih'$200 In zLthzA qjomz. 

WM 21, 1886 A FEW mVROVEMENTS How ouA cltLzzni znZoAgz and adoAn thzAA 

homz6 JuLau Wz&tpath aj, biUZdZng, on hZ6 iafm, a new boAJi, 28 x 16 x 14. 

WZlLiam Godzj'ahn -ii biuJidLng a new boAn, 28 x 50 ^zzX. In 6-lzz. M. J. ?zi-iizA 
hoi a new czttoA.. . .dAy and Aoomy . . .undzA his AZ6X.dzncz. Augiiit Hoz^i l& 

ZAzct^ng a new Azildzncz 18 x 30 ^zzX In i>lzz, uuXh an zll 16 x 18. John 

Po^iJa-5-5 0({ thz GzAman SztXlzmznt, l6 bvuldiing a new boAn 28 x 60 In tlzz, uuXh 
16 loot po-iti. FAzd RozdzA, a wzZZ-to-do {^oAmzA, Li, ZnduZglng In a new bann, 
and W^ittam EozZkz, Zn a new gAanoAy. FAzd NoZd'6 con{^zcXlonzAy itoAz, -in^Zdz 
and oat, look6 oi {^AZih and bfUght a£ new paint can makz -it. GzoAgz WoAnzA, SR., 
onz Oi$ thz pionzzAi o{ thz GzAman SZyttZzmznt, Z& biuZding a new boAn, 28 x 64, 
16 (^oot po-iti. E. C. BeAg ha6 hxj, KZ&Zdzncz nzoA thz UoAthzAn Vacl^Zc dzpot 
almoit compZztzd. In thz old aoantAy hz wai a 6hlp coApzntzA. 

JUNE '4, 1886 A FEW mVROVEUEUTS A^6eA^ Eohn hoi, been bvUZdlng an addUlon 

to hit, bann. Hejnuy HiZZzA Xm bubitdlng an addCtion to hU Ae^tdzncz. HzAman 
TAodinouJ, BAA.ghtwood, Zi buJJidZng an addiXZon to hZd AZiZdzncz. Tnxink Nzumann 
ha6 been balZdZng an addltZon to hZi AZiZdzncz Zn thz GzAman SzttZemznt. WZZZZam 
WzXt, oi thz GzAman SzttZemznt, Zi baZZdZng a loAgz boAn, and PztzA HohA, a 
gAanoAy. Augiut GZppzntAoch and GzoAgz StAoehZ havz bzzn baZZdZng new ho(jiiz& 
Zn thz louthzAn pott oi thz county. Thz LuthzAan ChoAch on thz WZtd RZcz, about 
ahout ^ouA mZtzi ^Aom kbzACAombZz, hoi bzzn nzwZy pZa^tzAzd and duAnZ&hzd voZtk 
pzw6, Wz oAz toZd that ZX uoZZZ bz dzdZcatzd nzxt Sunday. 



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RICHLANP COUNTS GAZETTE WahpUon, tW. ApfUl 22nd, U92 

In ikz l^atteA 0(J ihz Eitatz o^ ^WLLcm Codtj'ohn, dtctaMtd. . . . 
hlotlct 0^ Apptication ioK GuaAjdAjonihlp to be. Glveji to HeJiative. o^ Hinofi.... 

EMELTME BOELKE, mothzA o^ Guitave. Gode.john, HinyUz Godtjohn, EmeZine. Godtjohn and 
Ida Godzjohn, minoK ckildfit oi Wtttiam Gode.john, mode application £ox Vfizd Totttz to 
be theJji GuaAdcan. 

[Samz date....iamt page....) TKzd FoeZtz A.equ.eJ>ted the CouAt& peMnl66lon to 6tlZ. aZZ o^ 
the Ke/xZ estate. beZonging to Wm. Godejohn to pay o^i aJit o( hli debti aZthoagh It woutd not 
coveA the ^uZt amount needed. 

RICHLAWP COUMTV GAZETTE WahpeX:on, MP. Uatf 20, 1S92 

MARRIEP Joseph Rodd to McAA Lau/ui Uewman. 

Hu. Ttied Newman wa6 ^ent to the Jameiiown Zmane oiyZum ioA. the iiecond time recently. 

PIEP WWielmlna. StAubeZ, In heA ilxty eighth yeoA. TkU lady Mas a cripple i$Aom 

hen. LjoutJn. and nevzJi manjued. She wai, a tfm.e Chu^tian and the {,lut membeA o{^ the Evan- 
gtticaZ Aiioclatton at tkU place.. Two bfvotheA, one ilbttn. and a loAge clncZe o{t ^Atendi 
moan. heA. death. 

[All above oAticZeJ, a/ie inom the GKeat Bend Column] 

RICHLAWP COUMTV GAZETTE June Uth, 1S92 

M/L6. W. H. Mohe pa.i>i>ed away on Monday, June 6th, 1892. TuneAaJi took place on Wed- 
nesday. She woi moAAled about 2 yeoAi beioJie. 

WyWPMERE COLUMN.... June 17, ]t92 

The only daaghteA 0)5 Mk. and hiu . ChaAle/> Nulph o^ WyndmeAe died last week at the 
age o^ two yeafu, . 

CPEAT BEWP COiUm.... Ji^n^ ^7, 1S92 

WltUam PeA&chbacheA and HUi UoAy Stfuxbel uieAe moAAled on June 2nd, 1892, at the 
EvangeJUcal ChuA.ch. Many InvlXed ^nZendi weAe pxzient and a good tlmz was KeponXed. 
Among the wedding pAe&enti wae, one o^ $50 ifiom the gn.oom'6 {^otheA. 

GREAT BEWP COLUMW. .. . Sept. 7th, 1S92 

M/L4, F/ied Stoltnow was thAown out o^ a buggy. The InJuAles may pAove iatal. 

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RICMLAWP COUNTY GAZETTE 

MV n, JS95 

/.URRIEP: HcWu-nston - Goolibty MoA^ted ^n iUakpzton, on Wzdnuday, Hay 

15XJi, 1&95, By Reu. M. V. E Knox, Ph. V., V. V., Ux. hlUl HcuaUngton to Hii6 Vutn. 
Coot&bzy, boih o(, HamtLn. 

JULY 12, 1X95 VlbinXcX CouJvt In the. dlvoKt^ cue. oi Aaguit GoUnick vi W-U- 

haZmLm. GottnLck tkz paAtCeJ> {^ZnaZZy OQAZzd to thz dL\)OKct, tht plcbLntLH ma.kA.ng, a 
pAopQAtij Kittltunznt upon thz d^zndznt. 

SEPTEMBER 20, 1895 

WARRIEP: SatuAday, SzptmbzA U, 1S9S, by Reu. Joizph F. Studnicka, Ma. Gzo^z Saxton 

to hiL&6 Agnw BecfeeA, both of, Wahpzton. 



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RICHLAWP COUNTY GAZETTE 

JULY 4, n95 

VIEV: UcutiUcu Mo^, ditd IcLit SatuAday, June. 29, IS95, at St. Jo&zph'i, 

ChuAtk, SamnuX, aged 44 yzoAi. TaneJiaZ izn.VA.cz6 weAe aondact&d at that placz laf>t 

h^onday, by Reu, P. MbKzchZ. Vzczcu>zd wa6 thz uncZz o^ hUi . UaXh BAjmn, thz mltleJi. 

A loAgz numbzn. wa6 pfizjiznt (^Kom \)lahpzton, to pay thzAji fizkpzcXk to thz dzpanXzd onz, 

who had bzzn a kind hmband. and {^athzA and an accommodojting nzlghboA., 

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AUGUST 23, 1895 FATAL LIGKTWING STT^OKE 

SzvzAot membzAl, o^ EAxcfe LzJjian'i (^amlty ZlvZng nzafi AbVicAombZz oAe iZck, and 
M^. LzZnan iznt to HinnzapoZZi ^OK a tficuinzd nauz. Thz nuA^z came up Wzdnziday a{,tzK- 
noon, and Ma.. Lzlnan mtt hzA. at Kznt, 

He itoAtzd to dnJxz homz viith hzfi, buJ: imj, caught Zn thz &tofun on thz way, and 
\Ak. Lextian woi itJuxcb. by Light.nJ.ng and initantiy kiZZzd. Thz only moAk (^ound on hii 
pzAion indlcatzd that hz woi itAuck on thz tzmplz. Thz nuAJ,z woA alio iZAA-ouily injuA- 
zd, thz gold chain o^ hzA watch bzlng mzltzd Into a iolZd mo^^ . Bat ihz managzd to feeep 
thz dead man {^fiom laJUU.ng ^Aom thz izaX, {^on. a mllz and a hal{, whzAZ ihz {^ound hzlp. 

A{,tzA tkiit iihz became uncomciiauj, and Kzmainzd i>o all night, and up to thz timz 
thz' a{^{^cuA 0)04 KzpoAXzd to ui , whJ.ch woi, along In thz {,on.znoon yz&tzAday. 



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RICHLANP COUm-y GAZETTE 
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fUm " 590 WahpeXon, NV Pec. 6, 7/?«9 Jan. 10, U95 

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GREAT BEW CO LUm Jan. 9th, 1S91 

ThfLdd weefei iZnct a young man 0|{ Gxtat Be.nd, thJJs county, Aagoit Popp by name, dltd. 
He woi weX£ knouin nzoA. home, and a youth o^ pfioml&z. 

CanZ Vopp woa mafifu.zd to Ennutinz Knok om weefe bz^oiz hJj, bfiotheji'i dexuth. Tha, 
c.oupZe.'6 happA,neM ujoi att too &oon chtckzd by that lad caZanUXy. 

Mfi. and MKi>. Ffizd Uamian havz lo6t thzAji tUtZz boy, tujo months old. The blow -i& a 
haJid om, and Ma4. Meiman Zi i,aA.d to be Zn&ane. with Qfu.z{^, 



GREAT BEMV CO LUhW.... Fefc. 20ih, 1S91 

VIED:.... At Hanklmon, NoAth Vakota, on Feb. 7th, 1S91, thz daughtzn. o{, Ma., and 
Uu. Tfizd Wofinzt, age 2 yzaju,, 4 monthi and 27 dayi . Shz AuiJtJeAed aZmoit two wzzkb with 
tn^lammation of^ thz bowzti, bzing attzndzd by Vk. Spottiwood, o^ Hanklmon. Thz {^unZKoZ 
6zn.viczi> wzKZ conductzd by Rev. Ma.. H-cncfe oi$ thz Luthznan ChuAch. Moa-cc and ^,-Lnglng weAZ 
luA.nZihzd by thz Engti&h {^/Uzndi {,Aom HanlUniion. Thz coAp^z woi thzn convzyzd to thz 
LuthzAan Cemztzty at Gxzat Bend. whzKZ Rev, H-6tcfe pAzachzd on thz tzxt {,ound In Uaiah 
40, I J... "He ihaU. izzd ku ^lock tikz a. ihzphzfid: He ihati gathvi thz Iambi with hU 
a/im , and zoAAy thzm i.n hil> boiom, and ihaZZ gzntZy Zzad thoiz that afiz with young." 

We aJit wlih thz iOAAowlng hza^ti to look up to H-oji that hath powzA ovzn. thz Living 
and thz dzad. Ton. day by day oun. yzaM ajiz paiilng away, and loon wz too muit dzpaht 
and oh, ioK thoiz who havz not con^z&izd thz f^a&tzA! 



GREAT BENV CO LUm.... ApK. 10th, 1S91 

Ufi. TKzd Hewman fioi takzn a tAlp to Jamzitown, to izz hit Imanz wl^z. 

Haj>. Tfvank Uovman li> unablz to walk without cMitchzii on account oi hzA ipfLolnzd Izg. 

Thz Luthznjxn ChuAch wai> wzZl iUUizd Ixidt ThixfiMdan, thz 26th, Rev. H^ncfe con{,lAmzd 

iilxtzzn 0|$ hti 6cholaA6. 

Ha. Gottlzlb VoipAlg ( Ta&bAlg ?) and Ma4 . Ulnnlz Popp wzAZ moMtzd on UoAch 3Ut. 

Both WZAZ wldowzd pAloA to thld. Joy and happlnzi4> to thz couplz. 

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GREAT BEWP COLUMN.... Hay 29th, U91 

Ma4. HolzhauzA, widow ojj EAnz&t HolzhauzA, woi mafuilzd to ChaAlz& Pa&pAlg a 6 ho At 

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tAjnt ago. Lcfeewicie, UKi . W-iZtiam Wec64 to LoiUi, W^n^ield. Bo-Cfi aA.e young and utAjnablz 
mdn. We congnjoXuZate. th<m, making than much joy and happZnu-t and Zong Lc£z. 



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ELMA COLUMW July llth, 1S91 

Among the. late. maJUujage^ tn EZma, we. note the mofUiMige^ oi$ Choi, PauZ&on to HC6i 
MaggZe WateAhouie, and Ttiank TZeg4> to HiiA Anna HohemteAn. 



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MARRIEP - Nov. 27th, 1S91 

BERWARP - MIESEW UaJinled on Tuesday, Nov. 24th, 1S91, by Rev. Philip Albneckt, 

l/Ji. GeoKge BenjwAd to Uli6 VeAontca ULe&en, both o{, CenteA. 

RKHLANV COUNTY GAZETTE Jan.. 22nd, 1S92 

PeAmltted to Wed 

MoAAtage LicenAti have been l&i,ued by Judge OKcutt ilnce JanuoAy lit, H92 ai, (^oltotM: 

John Tt&eXh and HUi Uafile BeMeth, both oi Eagle. 

lilfLight T. OKtutt and IWii Hinnle V. Stent, fco^C/i of, (fJahpeton 

Joseph UfUnkel and Hi!>6 Tena Schae^eA, both 0)J Hankln&on 

Hani Heyitman o^ Vwtght and Hiii Theotine Johnion, o{^ KongelieAg 

Lew-ci J. Adkim, o^ Wahpeton, and Hiii Uamj Rauich, of^ ChJJJjon, WJ. 

LouJj) Wtnef^elt, oi Elma, and Hiii AnneZia Labuda, oiJ EAightwood 

ELMA COLUm CORRESPONVENCE Feb. 5th, 1S92 

ThzAe Mill pfLobably be a loAge Catholic ChuAch bulit at Hanklmon eoAZy next ip^ng. 



Weddlngi oAe itllZ In ^aihlon heAe. The latent oAe thoie o{, Joieph Winkle and 
Tena Sha^eA and that o{, Louli WlneieJidt, hli b^lde'i name we did not leoAn. 

"THE CUV In BRIEF" COLUm Feb. 26th, 1B92 

Thomai Lindy woi oAAtited and bfiought down dfiom Walcott ieveAaZ weeki ago, and 
placed In the jail. A^teA a wkile he woi taken ilck with {^eveA and wai Kemoved to the 
hoipltal, wheAe he died loit Monday night, and wai bufUed on Wedneiday. 

Wltllxun FoAley wai employed ^ouA dayi loit week to take coAe oi him. Th^ii gave Un.. 
PoAZey a chance to leoAn iomethlng 0)$ the hoipltal, and the attention given to ilck people 
who OAe taken theAe. Now, l^ you wlih to know whetheA theAe li any attempt to keep the 
Koom ion. the ilck clexin and cheeA{^ul, oife Ma. EoAley.... 

1(5 you wlih to know how long that fwom wai aJULowed to go without aAtldlclal heat, - 

Oik Ma. FoAley 

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I^ you m/th to fenow ujhy thz hlfitd mcatzA oi thz hoa&z, mXh ctznchtd i-Ut, imxt 
cut the. young man, who woi ia&t appfl^acivLng dzaXk'i dooK, (Uk UK. Tojitay 

li you loZih to know that thzAz uioi not a mon^eZ o^ {lOod Zn the. hoa6e. ion. thz. ilck 
man to tat, a&k Ma. FoAZty.... 

J{i you uil&h to know how many thousand hoip-Ual pats weAe aJUowzd to occupy the. bed 
with the. itck man, oife Wi. TaJiZeij.... 

1)5 you wUh to know how many oiJ tho.&e peti had becomz tintd oi hoipltat {,a/it, and 
managed to leave and go home, with him by itzaLbiQ a fu.dt In the. wKinkle^ oi kik ikint, 
Oik Ma.. ToAZejy... . 

IlJ you want to know whetheA on. not thzAe -ci any pfwbabJJiity that one in eveAy one 
hundted lick peMoni who may be taken to the ho4>pltaZ ioK tAejxtment, wltt evcA get OMiay 
{,Ax)m theAe alive, oik Ma. fanZey.... 



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RICHLAW COUWT/ GAZETTE ^akpeXon, W. MoA. 4th, 1S92 

Ma4. John Holthu&eji and newboAn Infant dlzd In Summit Towmhlp laj>t ThuA&day night, 

and weAe buAled on Satwiday. TouA motheAlzii ckiZdAen oAe leit to be taken caAz of^ by 

the beAexived ^atheA. 

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RICH LAW COUMTY GAZETTE WahpeXon, MP ApA. 8th, 1S92 

GREAT BEMP COLUMN Vied: At the Atildence o^ his son-ln-lau} HeAman Bohn, on SatuAdajj, 

AptuZ 2nd, 1S92, ThledAlch. FlscheA. The deceased brought his iamlly to AmeAica In U6S, 
i exiting In t)Jlsconsln. About ^Ivz yeoAS InteA, he moved to Dakota, wheAZ he Aesldtd 
untit his death. He had bten down with the g)hiep ioK about one week. Tout daughteAS 
OAe leit behind to mouAn his death. Alt his nelghboAs ieeZ that they have met with peA- 
lonal los6 and sympathize with thz bzAzaved KeJLatlvzs. He had reached thz age of, 78 yeoAi, , 
5 months and 79 dayi . [boKn U Oct, 1813] 



[Same column - 4ame datz] 

BORN: ...To Ma. and Ma6 . EmU Ponath, a ion: to Ma. and Uas. TKzd Newman, a daughtzA. 

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■DEATHS ICROMP: Vied, In Beliohd Township, this county, on ThuAsday, ApAil Uth, 

1891, ChnXstophzA KAump, age was 65 yzoAS . BuAizd In Bzl^oAd on AphXl Uth, Rev. Vhltip 

AlbAzcht oiilclaUng ApA. 22nd, 1892 

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GREAT BEWP COLUMN.... Nov. 4th. 1S92 

Thz i^file-ndt, oi The.odoKz Zohn and HUi UaJuj CoppeJbnan [Koppolman ?) weAe coKcUaLiy 
^n\!AX(id to attend tkolA wtddJjiQ, whJicJk occuHAe.d on Oct. 26th, IS92. 



FeAdinand StnubeZ had the. two nU-ddtz ^IngeAi on om hand cat o{t£ and the. two otkeji 
one. badJiy cat on a ^ze.d cattex. 

GREAT BEWP CO/.UMW.-... Nov. 4th, U92 

VIED: OcXobeA Uth, 1S92, Mw. Vledfildn. Vzl, 2t yexvu, old. She. iwu a membeA oi 

Zicktand Lathtfian ChuAch. A ZoAge. numbeA o^ ^fUendi QatkeAtd at the. ioZemn {^uneAoZ 

•6eAv-cce4. Rev. HZnck pKeache.d an ZnteAtitLng i,eAmon. Thz body wcw thzn bofine to thz 

gAjavz, A hoiband and loah. chiZdA.cn &hcd teMU> o£ iiOfOww at the. loi,i o^ one. who wai 

dcaA to them. 

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WEWJNG BELLS 
FEALEV FORTH IN MERRIEST ACCENTS ON MONVAV EUENING. 



A6 it wzAz modzd eApzclally into ApAxZ'6 moit iubZlmz day, Monda.if'6 bfuILLant 
iuniklne. seemed to be. pfuopltioiHi iox the. expfiti^Zon: "SpAA.ngtanz corner young iren'i 
ijanccw tightly tuAn to thoughti oi Zovz." 

Alt natuAe wai wxeAthed in the. habiHme,tvti o{, aJbnoit czZe^tiaZ ipZzndon. {^fvom 
ejoAtij dawn untiZ the San'i Kauyi Zcu>t cait theJji ipaj&JLLng outtLne^ upon a we^teAn 
hofiizon. Hankinion and vi.cJjuty and e^ptciaZty iaifi 4 ex, weAe a^ttfi tn antictpation 
0^ the. rmJintage. o^ tMO o{, oafi moit poputoA. young pzopZe. 

M664 EZnofia RuiieZl, an accompLUhed lady who ha^ been ioK ye.a>ii, one o^ TUchland 
County'^ highly pfitzzd and pfwgxtiii.vz school tzacheM and a gem in ioclzty and h'Ji. 
A. G. Vivet, onz o^ ouJi moi>t enteApAtiing and pAo6pzAX}ai, young agfu.cultufuj>t. At an 
zoAly houA in the zvzntng thz town took on an appzaxancz ol bfuJ,kneM zi)pzcA.ally weAe 
unijquzZy fitted, in which thz czAzmontzi) wzfiz to fce heJld and aj> thz icAtbz zntzAzd 
thz halt, hZ& j'ounnaZiitic optici met a dt&play o^ onnamzntatloni and dzcoAatcom 
ihat wouZd have done Oizdit to any loAgz city'i i.ZrrUZaA. zi{,oAt. 

At thz wzit end o^ thz haZZ an tdzal wedding iAyit wa6 oAAangzd handiomzZy with 
zveA.gA.zzni, ovzthanging In thz cznteA o{, which hung a bzautliuZ wzdding bzZZ o^ zveA- 
gKzzni tAAjmzd with caZZa tilLLzh. 

At the appoZntzd houA, S:50 o'clock, a hollow iquoAz o^ young ladizi and gentle- 
men woi {^oAmzd and thz wzdding panty movzd ilnwZy and with mujch dignity, ^oAwatd to 
thz tAyit. Thz bntdz wai, odilitzd by MiM Uay Zidgway o^ GKzat Bznd, while Wi. F. A. 
Ru44eZ, bfwthzn. oi the btiidz, did couAte^y to the gAoom. A iiZencz pzAvadzd thz haZZ 
<x4 thz Rev, V. T. Jenkin& itzppzd ^oAwaAd and in zZoquent langungz pzA^iOAmed thz ceAe- 
mony, a^tzA which thz va&t aiiemblage oi$ AeZativeA and {^Aizndi pAziied {fOAwoAd and 
hejxAty congAotuZationi weAe zxtzndzd thz young couple. 

Thz coitimz oi thz bAtdz wa& iimply exqutiite and in iact thz toiZeti o^ thz 
whole poAty weAz neat, tasty and appAopAxntz. 

A^tzA the ceAzjnony an inioAmaZ Azception and banquet wai held with R. H. Hank- 
tnion 04 moi^IieA o^ ceAemonZzi. 

Thz izveAol tabZzi wzAz laden with zdiblzi that would have temptzd thz zpicuA- 
ean dAeami o^ thz godi zmbeZZtihed amid ^AagAance o^ magniiiciejnt dzcoAottom oi 
ilowzAi. The bAtdz and gAoom iot at thz tablz oi honoA and aitzA the hoiti had paA- 
takzn oi thz tempting ipAead thz toait maiteA oAoie and called upon H. SpAague to 
Azipond to thz tooit "1-6 HaAAiagz a TailuAz?" 

"lilhat conititute^ a model wtiz?" wai Azipondzd to by F. G. ^\zAAick. "What 
conititutzi a model huiband?" wai AZiponded to by Wii. H. SpAague. "Whrut li home 
without a baby?" Aziponded by Va. Spottiwood and H. A. Aim. "AAe bachzloAi to be 
pitizd?" waj, AZiponded to by J. R. Jonzi. 



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"WhaZ induced kirn to mwu)?" wcl& fiupondzd to by thz g/ioom Zn a. viAy nzat ipztdi. 
Ht. 8. W. Zcdgeway o^ GKzat Eznd Aupondzd plzaiantly to a toa&t tzndzAzd him. 

Thtxz uieAt AtveAot atkoji toutii uikich wzAtnot A.z&pondzd to. klL q{ thz ipzakz/a 
tnadz hiti aund dliplayzd moJiz than oKdJjvaJuj abZtity oi a.{^tzn dinnzn. ipzakzu . 

Thz zvzning wa& zntitznzd by zxhltz^icuUng 4,tAjilrU) o^ iwee^ miuZc f^Aom Pao{^. Gott- 
nick'6 cofinzt band. 

Thz uihoZz a^icuA vm a gnand 4ucce44 and thz handAzdi who aXtzndzd mzaz ampoAlng 
0^ ptuujiZ. Thz lociat izntimzntJ, dLi,plaijzd afiz iOKz buJbionJzii toward thz itabiLitif o{, 
HanUjuon'i £atanz and thz Wewii ^zzU Kzjolzzd and zxtzndi It torvgAoiuLxtiont^ to thz 
poAtZclpanti zxpzclaJUbj to thz biUdz and gKoom and that thzZn. pathway o^ zonm.biaLitu 
may bz itAzwn uxcth happZnzi,^ and thzXji haclznda 6e aZuayi iuAAoandzd with izntanznts 
iKaaght with pza.cz, tovz and zontzntjnznt. 

Thz kind JizmembJianczi o{ thz bAldz'i, £Alznd6 weAe numztoiii and costly o^ which 
thz ioULovUng Jit, a tUt: Ma., and Hm. F. G. MeAAxcfe, ChanJiz6 HzLn and wc^e, 8. F. 
Thomaj, and wl^z, H. A. Aim and uil^z, Wattzn. AndACMi and iiol{,z, E. H. CoKnztt and tut^e, 
C. P, Spotti,mod and viliz, Wm. RangzA, R. 8. WllloAd, 0. M, Hatchzn, F. W. HUtag, 
and Mcut Jo4-t, a i>lt\jzn. tza izt: Ma. and Hu. SpAagaz, lllvzA coAvlng ioX; ^zi>i>'1i> 
Cloagh and Lwca&, ^eX o^ lUivzA. tzoipoom and knl^z; TKzd and Jo-slz t^oAquoAdt, coAvlng 
izt; Uk. and Mw. J. W. Copz, izt oi ban ban dlihzi; Ma. and MA4. Evzn JonzJ>, iagan. 
ihelZ and battZA knl{z; F. L. Vujyzn. and Claudz, ilZvzfi cakz itand; Ma., and MA.i. Lowztt, 
tlLvzK not cnackzt and plck&; Wi. and MA4. Shlpz, iugan. ihzUL and buttzn. knliz; Ma. 
•and UJUi. Kylz, tuo cakz platzi; Ma. and A(A4 . Wm. Ct'oA.neA, ieX o{, illvzn. tzaipoom; HUi 
OLlmz Haydzn a plctafiz thAow; Ma. and Ma4. J. R. 3onzi>, J. J. 3onzi, , hiztl Jonz& and 
E{,^lz Hauizi, iltvzn. tza izt; WlZion TohAzy, ^alt and pzppzn. cattoK; Ua& . U. I/., Ma. S 
Ma4. Jay and Eznt Rtu^izlZ, bzdAoom MuXz; Vanlzl Vlvlt, twznty dolloAi In ca^h; ALicz 
Hawlzy, 6zt iU.\izn. tzoipoom; Ma. and /Xw. J. S. PoA^on, tujo ilZvzfi 6alt dlihzi,. 

Uai>. V. M. Vl\)zt, iXJbjzn. cakz ^tand, Maa. J. C. Vlvzt, plctuAZ thAow, W. Racfeo, 
6tand 6caA(, and tablz tpAZod, Uzi.6Aj, WangeA and AZb/izcht, tuo palA tuAklih towzli, 
onz hal^ daz,, damaik napklm, onz Kzd tablz cloth, onz damask tablz cloth and onz 
chznlllz tablz cloth; J. B.TayloK, tablz ipKzad; MA.. Fon Walkzn. and wldz, czntzA tablz; 
Choi. TayloA, thAzz pain, linzn towzti; hili^i Zidgeway, {^zathzfi ^an. ; Ma. Nziion and 
uU.{,z, watzA i>zt; Alice CotLin^, paiA oi toweZi; Jznjiiz Uil6on and Bzllz hictUIlan, onz 
doz damaik napkinc, Txzd WoKnzA and wi^z, pain o^ towzti; Ma4. Simpkim and iiitzn. 
Polty, pain oi towzli. 

MAi . Hzllng and {^amily, papzfi holdzn. and tiAow. 
HAMKWSON MEWS APRIL 13, 1891 



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CtfRISTIWA GOT THERE 

MLj4 ChuJitiyui Stokt, a pxeXty Koiz cktzhzd and laicxxmi, GzAman mcu.dzn, Mho oune to 

Aim/iican q^uLtt young, ^omz tunt lent ljzcui, bzlng anxioui io feeep -en mzmoAxj the. 4cene4 

ol thz land o^ hzA. nativity, tz^t hzA. homz at Plymouth, Indiana, and 4>attzd acAca thz 

^erw, no doubt tkinklng that it te-uig Iza'p yzoJi ikz aoould chooiz iKom thz tkou&andi o^ 

young hzalthy Czniran ladt a husband bzioKz hzt KztuAn. Howzvzn. thti may havz bzzn, 

notclthitanding 4,hz A.zczntly tufinzd hzA ^aaz towoAd thz iztting iun again and cjmz back 

hcmz ittiZl a blushing loii yzt unmoAAizd. 

On hzA JouAnzy to and £Aam thz land o^ BiimoAcko , 6hz IzoAnzd o^ thz {financial 

ingznuity o^ amzAicjoni, tn conducting matfujnonial agznciz& uihzAC moAAiagzi an.z contAjxct- 

zd on thz "gzt you a lai^z wkilz you wait" itiflz and ihz n.zt,oKtzd to thii mzam oq' izc- 

uAing a huiband. In duz couAiZ o^ timz ihz wai, intAoduczd thAough thz agzncy, to ChAli- 

tian Stzgzn., a pAoipzAoui, loAmzA living cZoiz to LaUoufiz, W., about iixty miJioji noitk 

vczJit iKom Hankinion, a backzZoK who ownzd HO acAzi o^ Vakota'4) ^ZAtilz ioiJL. Tkzin 

coAfizipondzncz ioon hipznzd into buiinzM ^oK ChAiitina had tAavzlzd and had an zyz to . 

bui,inti6 and ihz izcuAzd an agnzzmznt ^Kom hzn. itfiangz coAfizipondznt to tAjxmizn. to hzA 

thz 160 acAZi, pAovidzd ihz would moAAy him. Hz, iX izzmi, wai itAickzn with that {,ataZ 

diiZXL&z "lovz at liAit iight" and iuccumbzd to hzA ovzAtuAZi. Shz at oncz Iz^t hzn. Ind- 

iarxL homz and in due -tone la.ndzd at la}<{ouAZ, and now ihz ii H>U. ChAiitina Stzgzn. and 

happy, no doubt chzAiihing thz idza that ZKZ thz iiZvzfiy linzi zncompaii hzn. b/icw ihz 

may 6e iuAAoundzd by a dozzn oK moKZ littlz ChAiitina'i. 

'HANKWSON NEWS «»««»«»»«»««,«« MAyiI,IJ9 3 

MA/ 25, JS93 

L, H. Vaigz, oi FoAgo, and Uiii W. Fowzti we/ie unitzd in moAfujigz at thz homz 
ol thz bfujiz'i poAznti at HzlzndaZz, Richland County, lilzdnziday. Thzy oAnivzd kz/iz 
lait zvzning and will ipznd a ^zu dayi in SoAgznt County bzioKZ Izaving ioA Bulialo, 
W., whzAZ Ua. Vaigz will engage in buiinza. Thz gn.oom ha& many ^Aizndi in thii 
vicinity who zxtznt^congAatalationi Caitlzton RzpoAtZA. 

JUNE I, U93 MARRIED Lait Sunday a^izAnoon, Kiay 2Sth, at thz Congnzgational 

ChuAch, LoA.znzo Vamonaiy and Hattiz Robimon, o^ CzntAz Towmhip, we/ie unitzd in Holy 
MatAimony, Rev. Jenfe^n<5 tying thz nuptial knot. Thz hizui wiihzi thzm all joy and ccm- 
ioAt in couAiz ol thziA zoAthly pilgAimagz, and hzavzn a^tzA thziA dayi ihall havz zndzd. 

JUNE 11, JS93 \Uj>i hlzttiz Swzznzy, ol Elma, wai moAAizd in Vankton, SV . , Wzdnziday, 

Jane 10th to Stzphzn F. HurJ:, ol Yankton, hiiii Swzznzy ii wzll and lavonably known 
hzAz and thz Wewi joim with thziA hoit ol lAizndi in wtihing thzm all joy and happinzii . 



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RKHLAMV COUNTY GAZETTE 

MA/ 17, 1S95 

MARRIEP: HoMZngton - Coolibty MaAA^zd In WahpeXon, on lUtdne^day, Uay 

15th, JS95, By Reu. M. I'. 5 Knox, ?h. V., V. V., M/i. WUZ HanjUnqton to Hii-i Vtita. 
Goolibzif, both oi Hamtin. 

JULY 4, r«95 

flEP; i^atiiUUi Hofui, ditd teat SatuAdjxy, June 29, 7S95, a^ S^. Joizph'i 

ChuAch, SimnuX, agid 44 yzjivu. Yumnxdi 6eA\iZcti weAz conducted at that vlaae. Zoit 
f^onday, by Reu. P. KtbKzcht. VtczjOMtd woM the. unclz o^ M/w. Math B/umn, thz mllZtfi. 
A ZoAQZ numbfi wai> pfiziznt ^Aom [jJahpzton, to pay thziA. AZipzcti to thz dzpoAtzd one, 
who had 6een a lUnd huband and ^athzfi and an accommodating nzighbox. 

JULy 12, 1895 VlitAlct CouJit In thz dl\Joficz auz o^ August Gollnick \Ji IHaX- 

hztrrujna Gottnick thz pofuUzi linaJULy agxzzd to thz divoficz, thz plaJ.ntiii making a 
pfiopzfitij izttZzmzjnt upon thz dz{,zndznt, 

AUGUST 23, 1895 FATAL LIGHTWIWG STROKE. ., . 

SzvznjoZ membzu o^ EfiLck Lecnan'4 {^amiXsj tivZng nzoA kbzACfiomblz ant i,tck, and 
Uk. IzLmm iznt to Hinnzapotii ^oA a tAaJjizd nowe. Tfie miAie camz up WzdnQJ>dcuj a{^tzn- 
noon, and Ha. Izlnan mzt hzA at Kznt. 

Hz itoAtzd to dAivz homz vxith hzA, bat uxUi caught Zn thz ttohm on thz uiay, and 
Ua. LzZnan wa6 itAuck by Lightning and initantly klZZzd. Thz onJbj moAk £ound on kii 
pZAkon indicatzd that fie wai 6tAack on thz tmptz. Thz nivuz wofi alio iZAiouily injuA- 
zd, thz gold chain o^ hzA watch bzing mzltzd into a lotid moi^. Bat ihz managed tx) feeep 
thz dzAd man {^Aom laZLing £Aom thz i,zat, {oA a miZz and a haZ^ whzAz i>hz ^oand hzlp. 

KitzA thJj, ihz bzcamz uncon6ccou4 and Azmainzd lo aJU. Kight, and up to thz timz 
thz a(^{,aiA uioit AzpoAtzd to U4, which woi a^ng in thz ^oAznoon yzitznday. 

SEPTEMBER 20, 1895 

MARRIEP: ....SotuAdai/, Sep^em6eA 14, 1895, by Reu. Joi,zph F, Stadnicka, Ua. Gzongz Saxton 
to HUi Agnei BecfeeA, both o^ l^ahpzton. 



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SEPTEMBER 17, 1S96 

Thz HU^u Ida. and CaAAlz Btidihotz wznt to Shzldon thz ^Zut o^ ihz weefe to 
attejid tke. wedding o^ theMi bAMthzn. ChanJiu, which occatAzd Wzdne^day. 

SEPTEMBER 24, 1S96 

Choi. BachkoZz, ai Fz&i>zndeji, and ^tci4 KohZeji, o^ Sheldon, weA.z moK/iled Wzdnej,- 
day, Szpt. 16th, at thz homz o^ the bAtdz, ChanJLit ti a lonmeJi HanlUju>on boy and hai> 
many {^iZejidi, heAZ who zxtznd thzlx hza/ity congAJxtuZatiom to fum and Ivii bfiidz. 

OCTOBER 8, /«96 

Ctta. \)}itt and Kc54 Hozmtizn, who tivz nzoA thz WZZd Rlaz, weAe manjUzd Taziday 
at thz homz ol thz bfujdz. 

HoAJilzd In tkJis> city on Taziday Szptembzn. 26, J?96, at thz homz of^ thz gfioom'i 
poAznti, by Totiom Vow, Jd&tizz o^ thz Tzaaz, Thomaj, Mcllichazt, o^ Wahpzton, to Hl64> 
Amanda F/iankf^uxth, o^ Hanklnion Wahpzton Gazztlz. 

Thzfiz wai a ptejOiant gatheAlng o^ {,Alznd& at thz Kzitdznzz oi lAn, HeAAlf^-iztd, 
^zvejial milzL ioutkozit o^ ildqznwood laj,t Taziday a^tzfinoon. A daughtZA, t-UM Uabel 
Uzfinl{^leZd, wai> at that timz maAAlzd to Ma.. Joizph Hihlli, who A-Zildzi In thl6 vicinity. 
Thz czfiemony waj, peji^ofrnzd by Reu. G. S. Boi com . 

OCTOBER 75, IS96 

On nzxt ThiLUday, Oct. 2Ut, Wm, GolZnlck, o^ thli pZacz, and Hii6 Annie 
Bohn, od Gieat Bend, wUl bz moAAlzd. 

MARRIEP: AtVexteJi, thz AZ6Zdzncz oi thz bnldz'i, Unclz, A. E. OttzAliuAn, Ma. Wlti- 

1am F. Howaxd and Uay SpznzzA, Rev. G. S. Boicom oiitclatlng. Thz pAZiznti weAz beojuti- 
^uZ and LL&ziuZ. An appetizing iappzn. tMJ> i,zfivzd and a vzfiy enjoyable zvztilng woi ^pznt. 
Sznloui and long continazd ilckneJii In thli homz wai not allowzd to poitponz thz event. 
It 1& thz wlbh oi inlzndi who weAe io hohpttably zntzAtalnzd that thli, social gatheA- 
lng may old thz ipzzdy Kzcovzfiy oi tko&z who io anizZi-iihly zxeAtzd themiztvzi ioK the 
happtnz&i, oi othzu. 

NOl/EMBER 19, U96 

Thz NEWS Inadvzfitzntty omittzd latt weefe to makz mzntlon oi thz moAAlagz oi Uatt 
Zandt and fiU,i> Sa^ana Schltt, which took piacz at thz Cathotic ChuAch loit ThuA&day, 
Rev. Stadnlcka oH-iclatlng. 

MARRIEC: at UantadoK.by Rev. Jo4. F. Studnlcka, on Taz&day, Pztzn. Ktnn and Utii 

GeAtAudz KAurp. 

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WOUEMBER 19, 1S96 

CoaZ ScLUAzn. and Anna. HeAmei we/ie ma/uUzd at thz St. Joseph '4 Cathotic ChuAch 
tiuji monjfiLnq, Rev. J. F. StadnA.cka o{,^'icA.atLng. Thz contfiactLng poAtLu tivz ndcui 



GAzat Bend. 



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NOUEmER 26, 1896 MARRIEP 

Thz homz o^ Wi. and Mxi. Max A. W/ppeA/non woi thz icznz of, a we/u/ pKztty Mzddlng 
loit zvejving, uJhzn AZbdAt T. John^, 0|$ Hankinion, and M6i4 lAznz V. hUZloAd, .o{i BoaldzA, 
CO., tiitznzd to thz u)0Kdi pKonoanczd bij Reu. G. S. Bcwcom, whldn. made th<m hmband 
and totije. 

Thz wzddA.ng woi a ve/u/ qcUzt a^^OAA, thztz onty bzlng pKziznt thz KzlautLvzii ^ho 
AZi-Ldz hzAZ. Hot even thz mojit ZntLmatz ^AA.znd6 o^ thz coupZz weAe awaA.e of^ thzVi 
■intzntloni and com, zquzntZy it wai, a gfizat J>uApAyiiz. 

Thz contAacting poAtLzi axz both voztt knovon -en ioctztij cJjicJLzi) . Wi. Johm hoZdi 
a Azi>pon6iblz position uiith thz iJ-tAm oiJ lilZppznman S ShA.pz. Thz brildz, ioK thz pai,t 
i$ew moYitki>, hai, bzzn bookkzzpZA {^ox thz iomz iJ-cAm and itznogfiaphzt at thz mitt. Shz li> 
a young lady o{j many azcomp-Lil,hmzntl> , and numbzfii oi {,ALznd6 aZZ who know hzfi. 

Ma. and Ma6 . 3ohni) mJit n.z6-idz -en Hankindon and afiz noui Kzzzvj-ing thz zongKot- 
aZatlom o£ thzUi ho6t6 o{, ^Aizndi . 



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DECEMBER 3, U96 

FA.ed Fattzy, EdJXoK o^ thz Honth Dakota Gtobz, and SzcAztoAif o^ Statz ztzct, 
lAJOi mofuvizd at Wahpzton on Thankigtvtng Pai/ to Mti . SoAah Pyatt, daaghtzA 0|$ M. T. 
Zich, {jOn. whom thii county woi namzd. Hay thz Shadow o^ Scaaow nzvzA CAo^i thzOi path. 

PECEMBER 17, JS96 

FA.ed Kann and Hi6i RoZhof^^, a coupZz who aAAA.vzd ^Kom GzAmany a 6hoAt tanz ago, 
weAe moAALZd lai>t Tfitdjiy moAntng at thz Gznjnan LuthzAan ChuAch by Rev . VaJLlman . Thz 
young lady Lit a daaghtzfi o^ M/l4. FAed Knaak. Thz nzwZy wzddlng coupZz wJJJ. tbjz i.n 
tkci) vZc-inXty . 

We fieaAd ca&uaZiy, AzczntZy, that ouA old {^Atznd R. M. Tyion, o^ GAzzn{,tzZd 
Township and Ulii, MoAt/ Jznizn, a young lady wztt and vzty ^avoAabZy known, weAe 
moAA-ced in l^ahpzton, and havz iztttzd down to thz pAoioic yzt pcu>toKaZ duttzi o^^ 
doAm ti(^z on thz claim. And it woi gen^y hintzd that thz nzxt thing on thz pAogAom 
would be bzil&, tin pam , old waih-boiZzAi and thz tikz. 



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OECEWBER 24, T896 

Ccutl Hcu>.l>, who tivzi Zn iouXhdAn Uinntioia, and (iLi4> KmzLux Voltz, o{^ Hankln- 
ion, weAe moAAlzd Tuzidny at thz bfu.dz'6 home.. Rev. VaJiJbnann o {,^ZcA.aiZng . Thz coapZe 
ajiz AzczJ.\jZng congAjituZationi, and uiltt 4t00n dzpaAX. ^OA. thzVi {^cutHAe. homz -en Hinnziotiz. 



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John McXzlnitZA and IVu. UoAtka Stz\jznl, WZAZ mafvu.zd Taz&day a{^tzn.noon at thz 
CongfizgatZonaZ paA6ona.gz by Rev. Baicom. Congnxitiitati.oni . 



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Hfi. FfLzd Sa(,zld and ULii TauZlna Labuda wzn.z manxizd Wzdnziday by Rev. VaZImann. 
Sacce44 thfioagh tCiz Zi thz uil6h oi thz Wewii to thZi cowplz. 

JAWQARy 7, I«97 WEt? IW MINNESOTA 

PARSLCXl/ - PORMAN A vzAy pKZtty wzddlng took pZacz on Wzdnz^day, Vzc. 30th, at thz 

homz 0]$ Mt. H. VoAman nzoA loKztto, thz contAacXing poAtZzi bzlng Mci-5 SadZz Vonman and 
Un.. HzYVty Tajulow. Thz homz wa& ijoitJJjy dzconatzd ^oA. thz occa^Zon uUth hotty and 
zvzn.gA.zzn. Thz czAzmony waj, pzA^oAmzd at onz o'cZock Zn thz a{^tz>inoon by Rev. T. VavZi , ■ 
o{t Vztano, ZmmzdZatzZy af^tzA. whZch an ztaboAotz dZnnzA. icai ^zAvzd. ^k. and hiu . PoAilouj 
VOZA.Z thz KzcZpznt& o^ tnany bzautZ{^uZ and (i&z^aZ gZf^ti. 

Thz bAZdz Zjt thz daaghtzA. oi Ua. and Uaj,. H. VoAman and a moJ,t choAmlng young 
lady. Thz gAoom Zi a ion o^ Ha, and UA£. H. C. FaAiZoiu o{^ thU cZXy and Zi now thz 
tAiiitzd agznt o^ thz "Soo LZnz" at HankZni>on, W. 

Thz czAzmony wa& uUtnziizd by about thZjity pzA6oni a mmbzA 0($ whom mzaz {)Aom 
dinnzapoZZi, . Thz happy coupZz uiiZZ go thli, wzzk to theZA homz Zn HankZmon coAAyZng 
Mlth them thz congAotuZat^ni 0|J a hoit oi$ {,AZznd& Vzlano (MN) Eag£e. 

^(A.. and UAi. ToamZjOvo oAAlvzd homz FAZday zvznZng, and havz bzzn buiy AzczZvZng 
thz congAotuZatZonii oi hZi many (^AZzndi,. Thz band wa6 on hand at thz dzpot to wztcomz 
thzm homz, ivhZch Zn a meoiu/te bzipzaki thz popuZoAiXy o(t thz Soo agznt Zn thZi plctz. 
Thz couplz uiZLt 6oon bz domZcZZzd Zn M/l6. U. V. Rui6zZZ'6 houiz. 

JANUARY 14, 1897 

A quZzt uzddZng took pZa.cz Zait Monday af^tzAnoon, uohzn HzAbzAt BecfeeA and fJZ&i 
AnnZz BowzAi wzAZ unZXzd Zn thz hoZy bondi o^ matAZmony. Thz czAzmony w<u pzAf^oAmzd 
at thz CathoLic. ChuAch at 4 o'clock, Rev. J. F. StadnZcka o HZcZaXing . Only thz Azl- 
atZvz& o{i thz contAactZng paAtZz6 weAe pAz&znt. A wedding iuppzA and AzczptZon wai, 
gZ\JZn at thz homz oi M. and Ua&. John R. Jonei Zn thz zvznZng. Thz young couplz OAZ 
vczZZ known heAz, both bzZng Zn thz employ 6i Ha. Jonzi. Thzy havz begun hou6zkzzpZng 
Zn thz houiz Azczntlij vacatzd by ShznZU JonZi. Thz MEli}S,,Mlth otiiZA {lAZzndi, zxtzndi 
congAotiiZatZoni . 



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JAWUARy 27, 1S97 

Loit tionday evening cut thz homz o{^ Ufi. And UX6. GzoAgz Mac/ieeZ, M-Ui Emma Rackow, 

dcuxqktzA oi MA4. UdckzaZ, and Wi. PauZ KatieMX we/ie ariLtzd i.n moAJujiQt. Thz tzAzmonij wcu> 

pzAlonimd by Rev. VaJilmann at 7:30 o'cZock -en Xkz pte^ence o^ thz KzJbvUvzii and a ijew 

-intijnaXz {^AA-Zrids, An ztzgant wedding iappzA. ^olZowzd. Ua.. and hVii. Kanzfut wzfiz thz 

KzcJjpZzyvtt, oi a numbzn. o^ handiomz p^ziznti. Thzy havz coimznczd hoa&zkzzpZng Zn thzVi 

homz an thz noKth 6Zdz. Thz Wew4 JoZm thziA many ^AZzndi Zn zxtznding congJiatuZatiom, . 

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APRIL 15, I«97 

Thz Hem l& jun. fizceJipt oi an annoanzemejvt to thz zHzzt that M. M. CZcagh and 

Wii4 Lou JohnJiOn o£ kbz/iz/iombZz, wzn.z mofifUzd in that vZttagz on Mondaj/, kpnJJ. 5th. 

Ua. CZough mUUL be fizmembzn.zd by many hzfiz oi thz pKopnJ.ztofi o^ thz Wewis lomz yeoAJ, 

ago. CongAotuZatLoni axz -in ofidzn.. 

MAy 73, IS97 

Thz moAAlagz o^ John Stlngzn. and Hiii UelZiz WaZZ took plazz at thz Cathotic 
ChuAch on i)lzdnz6day at about 7 7 o'ctozk. Rev. J. F. Studnicka peA^oAming thz zztzjnonij 
which ujuXzd thz tivzi, o^ this woKthy coaplz. hiK. StingeA ii, onz o^ Richland County' i, 
pAoipeAoui (JoAmeAi Living about tzn miZzi i,outh 0|$ Hankimon. Thz bnJ-dz ii> ati>o wztl 
known in thil, vicinity, having taught ichooZ in this nzighboAhood ^ox 6omz timz, bat 
ZatzZy Ziving at ¥ainjnount. TAizndi without mmbeA. unitz with thz Wewi in wishing 
thzm a happy JouAnzy down Zi^z'^i pathway. 

JULV 7, 7S97 .... GREAT BEW 

^t/L. MbeAt StaZtznow and Hi6J> Uafiy UuzZZzA wzAz united in maAAlagz by Rev. T. 
Hink, paitoA oi thz CeAman Luthzfuin ChuAch, Zxat ThuAiday moAning at 10 o'clock. 

kitzfi thz czAzmony in thz chuAch, and thz congAatuZatiom , thz poAty and guz6ti 
dzpoAtzd ioA thz homz oi thz b/Udz'l paAznt6, ioK a j'ubiZzz thz baZancz o^ thz day. 
Thz Lidgznuood band iuAnlikzd ma&ic (JoA. aZZ who wiihzd to dancz, and made zxczZZznt 
mu&ic, too. 

JULV 75, 7«97 

WoAd tizczivzd thii moAning inionim Thz GZabz that M^. LzeA and hiiiii Lznniz 
Tzzplz WZAZ moAAizd SatuAday, JuZij3Ad, at HinnzapoZii. hUi. and MA4 . LzeA oaz ipzndinq 
a ^ew dai/4 at lakz Hinnetonka. No coAdi at homz aAz i&6ued. hin.. and Ma4 . LzeA wiZt 
be at homz to Kzceive inizndi, a^tzA OctobzA Ut, Thz GZobz i6 happy to extend congKoX- 
uZ.ation6 and bztt wiihzi to HichZand County'6 popuZan. Azgi6teA o^ dzzdi and hii nesfiZy 
wedded wi^e Wahpeton GZobz. 



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JULY 22, IS97 

PztZA S-te)$i$e4, o(, GizaX Bend, and Mti4 MoAy Klzru.uk, 0|$ \KiXlz>vjU±?., Mn., 
weAe moAAted Tu.e^da.y 0|$ £a4^ weefe at St. Joe'i CfiuA.cfi 6t/ Reu. Fot/ieA Stad^^cc/^a. 



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Thz moAAAjigt of^ Joe RzttLg, o^ Hankln&on, and HUi, Mo^g^e Fouit, 0|$ Wafipeton, 
occjuAAtd Tiiziday aX. St. ?kiZlp'4> ChuAch, Rev. TaXhzA Siadnlcka of^f^Zdating. The. 
bAxdz and gAXJOm an.z both wzZZ knoMn ^n tkii vZcJjUty, and many i$Ax.ends anitz uiUh 
tkz Newi ^n oUznAjig congAM^aZationi. 

JULY 29, U97 

PeteA KoAti and Hl&i AnnLz KtinnznX weAe moAA^ed Tazidaif at thz komz of, thz 
bfUdz, a ijew mlLzM nonth oi Sliizton. Thz coaplz camz to Hankinion Wzdnz^day and oaz 
KZC.ZA.\jing thz c.ongxatuJjitioni> oi inyizndi . Thzy uxlZt A-Zi-Ldz -in t}U& ptacz. 



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WEWWG BELLS 

APRIL 14, 1898 

Thz moAAAAQt 0|$ HeAman BuAnztt to UliJ, JuZajx ZiZtinQton occuAAed at thz BAcde'4 
home. In Honfe^iwon, tjutt/iday monning at 10 o'clock. Reu. G. 5. Baicom tied thz ruxptlal 
knot -in thz pKZizncz o^ about tuiznty ij-^cendi. Thz bKidz -Li) a uizlZ known Hankinson young 
lady, and thz gn.oom li a pKO&p<in.ouuS> young ^oJunzA living nzan. Lakz TnmJznMZ. Ma. and 
Ma6. Bufmttt dzpanZzd at oncz (JoA thzxx homz. Many ^Alzndi unltz uilth thz WEWS In 
uxiihlng them a mo6t plzoiant and pKo-ipzAoui jouAnzy thAough li^z. 

A HA??V EVENT 
ANOTHER yOUMG COUPLE JOINEV W THE BOMVS OF MATRIMONY 

Thz moAAlagz o^ Aaguit tlilZeA and UJj>i> Lczz^e Hzngzl w<x6 czZzbAotzd at thz 
Catholic ChuAcfi Monday monjilng aX. 8:50, Fathzn. J. F. Studnlcka peAf^ofunlng thz ceAe- 
mony, uihlch madz thzm husband and mI^z. A nimbeA o{^ ^Alzndi, uuXnz&izd thz plzoiant 
ai^^alfi. 

Wi. and Ma5. \WLleA anz too wzll known In Hanklmon to nzzd any lntn.o duct-ion, 
and no woAdi o{^ ou/i&could add to thzln. populoAlty. Thzy dzpantzd on thz Soo Immzd- 
Latzlij a(^tzn. thz cejiemony ioK a ihoit wzddlng tKlp to thz cltlzi, and to thz bAldz'i 
homz at Rockvlllz, MW. Upon thzlt KztuAn thzy will go to houizkzzplng In thz Koomi 
ovzA. Cku. HeAJi'6 mzat maniizt. 

Thz NEWS jolnt> with a hott oi {^/Uzndi In zxtzndlng bz6t wlihe^. 

JUNE 2, 1898 

Thz moAAAjogz o^ Taul Stnubzl and HU-i Anniz Stoltznow takzi pla.cz today, at thz 
homz oi thz buldz nzan. GKzat Bend. 



JUNE 9, 1898 STRUBEL - STOLTEMOW. 



Thz mannlagz o^ Paul StAubzl to Hii-i Annlz Stoltznow occutAzd at thz GzAjnan 
Evangzlical ChuAch 0|$ Gn.zat Bznd loMt Thwuday moining at 10 o'clock. About thAzz 
hundAzd guz&ti wltnziizd thz czAemony, a{^teA which thz wzddlng dlnnZA wot, glvzn at 
thz homz 0(5 thz bAidz. Thz couplz weAe thz Azclplznti 0|$ a laAgz numbzn. o(, gl(,ts . 

Thzy will AZildz on thzlA ianm a ihoAt dlitancz iouXhzait 0($ GAzat Bznd. Thz 
NEWS jolni thzlA many {^Alzndi In zxtzndlng congAotidxUloni . 



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JUNE 16, 1&9S 

Hejiny Vunk and Hu^ GdAZie. kiln. uieAz moAAlzd In If-'ahpeXon on Jane Sih. hfA. Vank 
Zi In the. zmploy oi E. S. UeAAi^ZzZd, and ihz couple, oaz noM hoineJzzzpZng exiit o^ ihz 
CaXkotic ChuAch. Thz MEWS ejUzndi congARtalatlon6 . 

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JULY 78, 189S 

Thz moAAAjigz 0|$ M6i4 BziiZz Hoi^eZt and Vk. Hoaaxj KoppeJibzKQZA occuAAzd Wzdnzi- 
dajj, JaZy 20, at thz homz oi thz bKidz at (slhzaion, MW. Thz announcemznt camz ai a com- 
plztz MifipAZiz to thz bfLidz'Ji many iAZzndi in thli, vZcUnity. Thz coaplz Iz^t JjmzdJjitz- 
ty loK thz cUXZzi on a tuio uizzki ' wzddlng tMjjp, and a^tzA that thzy mJUi fizjiidz at 
fj^hzaton, whzAZ thz gfioom haj, a IZoufLiihing pJw.cJJ.cz. 

AUGUST 25, I«9« 

We acknovd.zdgz fizceA.pt o^ (m invitation tc fae pxziznt at thz manjiiagz oi Joi. 
B. TaytoK to HU.& Hofitha E. McBo^n, which occanxzd Tuz&day at thz bfiidz'.6 homz at 
Eottinzaa. Thzy mZZ aAAivz in Hankimon thz lattzx pa/it oi tkU wzek. Thz MEWS joim 
uiith a hoit oi iAj.zndi in zxtznding congAjatiitationi . 

SEVTEmER 15, U9S 

Thz zditofi acknouitzdgzi, /LZceA.pt oi a caxd announcing thz moAJdagz oi TKank W. 
Ua^heJi, oi LidgzAMood, to hilii Edith M. BzAnatz, at SpiZlvilZz, Iowa, on Wzdnzkday, 
Sept. Uth. Thzy wiZi be at homz at LidgzAwood on Oct. Ut. FAMik ii, ujeii and iavoA.- 
abZy known in Hanklmon and hii many i/Uzndi uUZl bz pZexuzd to zxtznd congAotuZatiom . 

OCTOBER 6, 1S9S 

Czo. H. Hamiiton and Uzitiz EAophy, wzAz moAAizd at thz Catholic ChuAch yzhtzA- 
day moAning. E/u.dz and gAoam OAZ both well known, having livzd hzAz iZveAoZ yzoAi 
and thz MEWS extendi, hzoAty congAotulationi to thz happy paiA. 

OCTOBER 13, 1S9S 

Invitations aAZ out ioA thz moAAiagz oi RobeAt FAonkiuAth and Mci4 Anna Uzaltz, 

which wiM takz pla.cz on Tuz&day, Oct. 2Sth. 

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OCTOBER 27, TS9S MARRIEP... 

RobzAt H. FfiankiuAth and Rci4 Anniz Vzattz weAz moAAizd Tuesday moKning at thz 
CzAmoji LutheAan ChuAch. Rev. WaZteAj> pAonounctng thz woAds which madz thij, coaplz hub- 
band and uiliz. A loAgz nimbzA oi intzndi, witnz&^zd thz czAemony, aitzA which all wzrt 
out to thz bAidt'i, homz, whzAZ meAAy-making wa& thz oAdzA. 

Thzy will go to houMZkzzping in thz homz on thz Month iidz pAzpoAzd by thz gAcom. 
Thz MEWS and many othzA iAizndi unitz in extending congAiltulationi . 



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G. E. Shipz and Hi&i Annie. Stz{^^zi weAe mcuuUzd cut WahpeXon Tazidxiy moAncng, 
Oct. IS, at 9 o'cZock. A^teA thz ceAzmony the. jxvitij dnovz. out to tkz bfu.dz' i hamz, tzn 
miteji iiouthtast o^ Wahpztan, wheAt an eJLabofiatz MzddZng dinnzA wa6 6eA\Jzd. 

hifL. and M'LA. ShZpz mXi. KuZdz on hli ^anm zoit o^ Hankimon, which hz pKovzd up 
on Zaj>t SatuAday. Thz coapZz havz many lAizndi uiho unitz with thz Wewi J.n lai&king £oA. 
thzm unboandzd happZnzi4>. 

NOVEmER 14, U9S 

UlchazZ {flZfitz and Uli£ CaXhzfUnz fooit lOZAz moAAizd Tuz&day. Thz cvizmony took. 
pZacz at thz St. PkiZtipU ChuAch, Fathzt Studnicka ipzaiUng thz woKdj, which madz thz 
coupZz huiband and wl^z. CongfUituZatlon& anz zxtzndzd. 

Wi, W. A. Vay and Uofiy LaXtzAzt wznt to thziA ^onrnzA homz at Raymond, MW., on 
Mondai/ a^tzAnoon to ipznd ThankigZvlng and to bz pJiziznt at thz moAAlagz of^ a 6-i6tzA 
which takzi pZa.cz today, 

DECEMBER 8, 1898 

Wm. Wzl6i> and HUi Emma Pappz wzfiz moAAlzd today. TuAtkzA poAtlcuZoAi weAe 
unattalnabZz at thz houA o{ going to pKZi^i. 

DECEMBER 15, 1898 

Wm. t^adznwaZd, 3fi. , and Hli-& HlZda HiiZzA wzn.z moAAlzd Tuziday, Reu. R. HlZgzn- 
doA£ officiating. 

EmlZ ^fJUmittzA and ULiiJ, Alvlna OJlntzA wzAZ manAlzd at tkz WlZd Rlcz GeAman 
ChuAch today. Rev. R. HlZgzndoK^ pAonounclng thz woKdi which madz than onz. Thz NBi!S 
with many othzA ^Jvizndii zxtznd congAotuZatlom . 

DECEMBER 22, 1898 

Iiii6 Ghjacz HawM, who until Zaj,t July had moudz hzA homz In Hanklmon with hzn 

ilitzfi, Mw. J. J. Jonzi, ion. izmzAoZ yzjiAi> wUiZ bz matAlzd nzxX Wzdnz6day, Vzc. 2Sth, 

to Ma.. Witt Coiz. Thz czAzmony wltt bz pzA{,oAmzd at Mc44 Howei ' homz nzoA Good ThundzA, 

MN. Hi&^ HoMZi taught iiChooZ In thli \jlclnlty, and thz man to whom J>hz wLtZ bz mcwUzd 

to lit a pfioipzAoui, (^anmzn. In tkz vicinity 0|J Good Thandzfi. Thz NEWS, wldx many othzn. 

iKlojndii, congnaXuZatz In advancz. 

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JANUARY 5, 1899 

Abnnkam VlAkzvoagzn. and Uldt UoAy Vandzxgon wzfiz moAAlzd at UapZz Lakz, MW., or. 
Vzczmbzn. 26th. Thzy KztuAnzd to Hankln&on Za&t FAiday and havz gonz to hou/>zkzzplng 
In A. GoZtnlck'^, fiou^e on thz noKtk ildz. Thz HEWS congKotuZatzi . 

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JANUARY 19, 1S99 

HzMJj Koi^iJmann, thz nofitk iJAe. black&niCth, and Hii^ CloAn. lakA wzAe. moAfUzd 

at SA.tckzn'u.dgz lent SatuJidcuf, 

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MARRIED THIS AFTERNOON. 

The maVLcage o^ TKzdeAtck WZntkoA&t, o^ New Salzm, hW., and Wi44 Anna WaZtZAj, 
occuAzd thii, a^tzAwon at {^ouX o'clock at the. GzAman Luthtnxin ChuAch. Thz cztimony 
waj, pzA^oAmzd by thz bfu.dz'6 ^athzn., Rev. Fxzd WaLtzu, Zn thz pKuzncz of, a Ioaqz 
mmbzn. o^ iKtzndi. 

Thz bfudz Zi> thz oldtit daughtzn. o^ Rev. Waltz>u, and dunJinq hzn. Kz&idzncz hzAZ 
haj, Qotnzjd many ^fitzndi. Thz gJuiom ll pfiopfitttoK oi a bZackJ>mith bai>tnzJ>.i> at Wew Salem, 
uihzfLZ thzy uiUJL go in a ihofct tbnz to KZitdz. 

Thz NWS j'otnb with a hoit o{^ {^fCizndl, In wtihlng ^{/L. and MA4 . liJinthoKit much joy 
and hapninzi^. 

FEBRUARy U, I«99 

Adam Roth and Hii^ knntt ^olH wzAZ moAAizd last Satiinday a^tzAnoon at thz Cath- 
olic ChuAch, Rev. J. F. Stadnicka pzA{iOAnU.ng thz czAzmony. 

A HATPy EVEHT 

TOO OF HANKIMSOW'S MOST FOVULAR YOUNG PEOPLE MARRIED 

On Wzdnziday zvzning, Fef). 15th, occuAAzd thz moAAlagz o{, Ma.. Clnud VwyzA and 
HUi Emma Lan^bzhn. Thz czAzmony took plncz at thz CongKzgationaJL ChuAch, which uxu> 
kcndiomeZy dzcoAotzd ^oA thz occaj,ion, in thz p^eience o^ a loAgz company oi Kzlajtivzi 
and {^Atzndi. PAomptly at zight o'clock thz oihzAi z&coAXzd thz bridal coaplz, accomp- 
anied by Mci4 CloAo. HzUng and H. A. Langbzhn, to thz altoA wheAz Rev. Gimblett pAonoun- 
czd thz wofidi, which majdz them husband and wi{yZ. 

k^tz/i thz congfiatalationi, thz happy cowplz, accompanied by thz fielativzi and a 
i$ew mo6t intimate ^ALZnd&, Kzpaoizd to thz homz oi thz b/iide, wheAZ an zZahoKotz wzd- 
ding iixppzn. wai, izAvzd. 

Oi UA. and lAAi. VwyzA tittlz need be i>ai.d by way oi intAoduction. Thzu fiave 
gAown to manhood and womanhood in Hankin6on, and both havz dzvzlopzd thoiz tAoitA o{i 
choAactzA which make all who know them tiieiA {^Aizndi. Thz gAoom ii a pAoj>peAoiLi> loAm- 
eA living about ii\JZ mtlzi noKthzoMt oi town, and thz bnidz hoi. been ioA izvzfial yzoAi, 
a tzachzA in thz public ichooti. 

A loAgz numbeA o^ coitly and u^z^ul pfiziznti weAe Kzceivcd ^Kom iAizndt , which 

tzktiiy to thz zitzejn in which thzy aAz held. Thz will go to hoa^zkzzping at once on 

thz iaJur,, and thz bzit wie,hz& oi thz NEWS and othzn. iAtzndi go with them. 

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FROM THE MNKATO (MINN.) FREE PRESS 

A loAgz numbeA oi fizlativz& and inizndi aij>emblzd at the home oi Ma. and Mw . 

FA^nfe Hawzi in Rapidan towmhip, on thz aitzAnoon oi Vzcembzn. 28th. Thij> gath.zAinq 

took placz in honon. oi thz moAAiagz oi M^4 Lillian G. Hawzh to Ua. William L. Caiz, 

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0(J Good ThiLndzA. At thz houA. a.ppoJjvtiQ.d a. wzddinq moAch uocu, {^oAXkcoming {^Kom thz ofigan, 
pKZJi^dzd oveA. by HU,^ EZma Gajcl{^, and the. happij coaplz am. bfLidaZ cuouvj , pn.zc.zdzd by bzi,t 
man and lady, moAchzd to tkzOi pZaazi undzM. a bzajuJu.luJJbj dzcoAotzd oJich o(^ zvzAqfizzn 
and f^lowzAi), whzAZ Rev. M. F. ¥l{^lzld, ai \JQJinon CzntzJi, 6pokz thz MOfuh that madz thz 
coaptz one. 

Ma. and UAi. Ca&z have g-town to mankood and uiomanhood aji tkii VA-cLnity and havz 
knoMn zach othzA {^Aom ahiZdhood. Thz gKoom Xa a young man o^ ttzAJLing quxitLtizi that 
comtAJULtz a tmiz chnAJttijin man. Thz bnA.dz Z6 a young lady oi many natuAaJL g-i{,t6 and 
accomptlihrnznti , and tikz thz gAoom, zntZApAliAjig in hzA chaAZty and ipotZzii in hzA 
choAactzA, bzing a tAuz diAiitian woman. 

ThZAA. ho&t o{f (jAA.zndi join in wishing thzjn thz bz^t o^ ■tc.jJe'A bZzMingi; and 
thz loAgz numbzA 0|$ va.luabZz and uiz^uZ pAz^znti Azazivzd 6ZJi\jzm a fiemindzA 0|$ thz 
Zitzzmin poAt, in which thii coupZz oaz hzZd by alL who know thzm. 

Thz oZd Wew EngZand ai&tom of, giving to thz bAidz thz bzAt cow on thz {jOnm woi 
coAfiizd out by thz bALdz'6 ^athzA. FoZZowing a bALz{, itay among {^Aiznd^, Wi. and MA4 . 
CajiZ wilZ be at homz to tkziA iKizndJ> on thziA {,aAm noAth o^ VzAnon CzntzA. 



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MARCH U, IS99 

Wm. Hain, caA AcpaifiZA on thz Soo, and MX44 Alicz Hutton, Oi$ St. UoAy, Canada, 
weAe moAAizd at Hiymzapotdi Monday. Ma. Hain AztuAnzd with hiM bAidz on TuzJ>day and 
thzy OAZ now kzzping houiz in thz n.oomi ovzA dlippzAman S Shipz'i FuAnctuAz StoKZ. 
Many {^xizndit zxtznd congAatuLatiom . 



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APRIL 6, I«99 MARRIEP AT WAHFETOM 

Nzli Hamon, 0)5 StiZzi, and Ma4. Maud RoyzA, a ii&tzA 0|J Ma6 . J. W. HoAton, 
wznt to Wahpzton la^t SatuAdax) and weAe moAAizd, Rev. Bo/Lnei tying thz nuptial knot. 
Thz moAAiaqz woi a loAgz iizzd iuApAiizd to thz ^fiizndi of, both poAtizi . 

Ma. Hamon ii a {^oAmzA nzoA Stitzi and thz bAidz haj, bzzn teaching school oLl 
wintzA in C. E. StewaAX'6 diitAcct. Thz MEiflS unitzj> with {,nA.znd6 in zxtznding congAat- 
uZatA.on& . «»««»»*»»«*« 

MAV 4, 1899 MAmiED IM MINNEAPOLIS 

SOMEWHAT OF A SURPRISE PARTi' FOR HANKJNSON PEOPLE 

W. H. Nohz and MiM, Hattiz KuchznbzckzA wzAZ unitzd in thz bondi 0|$ matAimomj 
at thz bAidz'6 homz in l^icnnzjapoliA at S o'clock Ixut Sunday moaning. A izczption woi 
gi\jzn thzjm at that pla.cz, and thzy lz{^t on thz Soo tAoin that moAning iofi Hankinkon. 
Sunday zvzning a Kzczption woi givzn thzm at thz homz o{^ Ma., and M/la . F/ied WoinzA.. 

Thz bAidz ii, a iij,tzA of MiM Anna KuchznbzckzA, bookkzzpzA j^oA. thz Hankini,on 
FAuiX Company, and a young lady 0($ many gAaczi and accomplij,hmznt& . Thz gAoom i& onz 
0(5 out buiinzj)^ mzn and too wzZl known to nzzd any intAoduction to Hankimon pzoplz. 

Thzy havz gone to hou6zkzzping in Mk. Nohz' 6 houiz. Thz NEWS with many iAizndi 

unitzd in zxtznding congAatixljation^> and bz6t wiAhzJ) . 

C24) 



MAy 25, 1899 lildkpzXon Timu 

Jo/in StM.ni>on. oi (UyndmeAz and Hi6/> Ro4e Popp, o£ Gfizcut Bznd; Emit Bohn and Mci4 
AmiLui BoZdt, o^ GKzaX. Bend; Chaj> . ktidvuon and Hii6 Johanna. KndzA&on o^ VMlgh^t; and 
Aug. Hoe^A, Jn.., and Mci4 Lydla Vumpkz o{^ VaAk, weAe alt thli weefe ticzni,e.d to wed. 

Hunman SzdteM. and HUi Lzna Laux, oi$ GA.zat Bund, weAe moAJilzd yuizAday. 

JUWE 15, JS99 

fnnnk HaZpom and Mc44 Lizzie. Wo^odz, o^ Uantadon., wext maxnlzd yz&ieAday. The 
b>u.dz'i> li^ttn. , [Kilti, Anna, and J. UcVonaZd acXzd ai, bnldt'^ maid and but man. 

WERE WETOEP WEPWESPAy 

Tfie moAMMigz oi Choi. HcLaaghZin and fli&i AnnZz SchuZthzLi, occuAAzd yz&tt^day 
af^tzAnoon at 12:30 at thz St. Jot CaXhotic ChuAcJi, Fathzn. Studnlcka ipzalUng thz uioAdi 
which madz thz couptz onz. Thz Aing tzAZmony wa6 a6zd and uuXnzi-izd by n.ztativzi only. 
ALoii PzaAJiz RuMzZt tmj, bAj.dz'^ maid and PztzA SdmlthzAJi uxi& bzit man. 

A^tzK thz czAzmony thz pa/uty Azpa^Azd to thz bfUdz'i homz whzKz an zlaboKotz 
wzddlng dlnnzA tuoi iZAvzd. Thz coapZz wzAZ thz fizcipiznti ol a laAgz nimbzA of, \jaluablz 

pKZjb zntt, . 

Thz bKidz and gAoom nzzd no ZntAodadtion to HanLini>on pzopZz. Thzy OAZ weZZ and 

{,avoAabZy known and thzln. {^Alzndi who wl&h thzm happhiz6i and pnoi>pzAity oAz Zzglon, 

wZth whom aJUo thz NEWS ujuXz/> in ciongAJitaZationi . 

********** * * 

JULY 13, IS99 

Wicfe Sand and Hil>4> ThzAZia SchiZtz WZAZ moAAczd at Wahpz^on Tazbday moAning and 
in thz zvzning a lUfpzA and Azczption wZAZ givzn to thz coapZz at thz bAidz'i, homz 
iouXh o{^ Hankiniion, to which quiXz a numbzA wznt. ijAom fieAe. 

AUGUST 24, im M A R R I E P 

At thz^ homz o^ thz 6/txde'4 poAznti on Taz&day, Aug. 22, 7S99, Hii^ OtXiz S. PoA- 
i>onc,, o£ Vz ViZZo, and Wm. J. MzdZand, Oi$ PoaJi ZivZA, fW . Thz czAzmony wai ioZzmnizzd 
by Va. Knox at pAomptly, 3:30 ? U in thz pAZizncz OiJ a ^ew o^ thz moit intiinaXz ^Aizndk 
od tSiz bKidz and gAoom ^Aom Wahpzton, Fainmoant and Lidgznwood. 

Thz bAidz woi dAZ&izd in a dzLicatz gown o£ CAzpon, white iatin and Zacz and 
coAAizd a bunch oiJ ^wee^ pzai, thz gAoom wzoAing tiiz lUwaZ Pnincz AZbznX cat o^ bAoadctoth 

Thz Koomi WZAZ aZZ tnj^tiLy and bzautiiuZZy dzcoAoXzd with i,wzzt pza/> , coAmXiom 
and pinki,. hiany bzautiiuJZ and coitZy pAziznt^ wzAZ given, among thm being $T00 to th.z 
bAidz and gfioam {^Aom hzA poAzxXl . 

A{^tZA congAoXjuLZatioM a dainty Zunch wom iZAvzd comiiting o{, chlckzn laZ^d, tongaz 
on Zzmon, oZImzm, koZJU , iniuX, cafeci and iczM , af^tzn. which thz newZy wzddzd coapZz dAcvz 
to Wahpzton, whzAZ thzy took thz noAth bound tAaln ^OA ?anh RivzA, thz homz ci thz gAcom. 

Thz many {^Aizndi 0|$ thz bAidz and gAoom hzAZ zxtznd thziA mat hzoAty ccngAotuZaX- 
iom and bz6t wiihzi. ^25) 



SETTEmER 7, 1899 

John Rahn and Hui JWUie. Hockoiv weAz maxfLitd. at tht Gtnman lujtkzAnn ChuAch IomX: 
zvejiing at 8:20 o'clock. Reu. FAed WaZteAj, pzA(^onmtd ike. czAvnony. k{^teji thz miptijat 
knot had bztn iVmttj titd an zZjobofuxtz wzdd^g iappzA woi 4eAuc(f at tht homt o^ ihz 
bfuAc. Thz coapZz dzpa/itzd on tkz night tniuji ^oA. WZicon&Zn ^OA a ihont -tone, whzn ihzy 
uiiJJ. A-ztuAn to Hanklmon. Thz NBilS jo-int with many ^AyLzndi Zn zxtzndZng congAjataZatlom . 

Thz maAfUagz o^ Gzo. TayZoK, o^ ?aVmownt, and HUi VaZ&y Luk, o^ ikii placz, 
occuAAzd at ihz homz o^ ihz gAoom yziiZAday. Thz coapZz dzpaAtzd ihii, moKnlng loK a 
6hoAt vZ&Zt in Hinnzapotii, . FuAthzn. panticuLvii, oi ihz wzddZng wzfiz imobiatnabZz. 
Many I'u.zndit zxtznd hzafiiy congfiatuZ/vtZonL . 

SEPTEMBER 74,1899 WAS OWTO HIS JOB 

Thz loZJioviing moAfUagz czAZmony wa& LL6zd by a nzZghbofUng cZzAgyman. EvZdznily 
hz had i>iiidlzd ihz iZiuatton and fenew /oi^ what hz vxu tatking about: "Young lady, 
mZt 'you. iaJiz ihU, heZptziA young go-iZZng you hoZd by ihz hand and izz ihat hz wanti 
ioA noihZng? OJZZZ you guoAanizz io i>ia.nd bzwzzn hm and ihz pooA houiz, ^an kim ixhzn 
hz Zii iZck, pAovZdz hZm with a new luli iuu.cz a yzoA, and aZwayi 4ee ihat hZ& supply 
0^ itovz wood Zi dAJj and convznZznt untiZ ihz dZvoAcz couAt ihaZZ Zntzfivznz? 1i you 
^zzZ ZZkz takZng a ZZttZz mattzA ZZkz ihat on, dzpoiZt $20 with mz a6 a guoAantzz 

that hz wZZJL bz wzZZ coAzd ^OA and iakz ihz go.&ZZng and tight out" 

• ••«»»»«»»«* 

•OCTOBER 5, I«99 

Wm. Godzj'ahn, who ZZvzi a ieni mZZzi iouthzoii o^ iown, and Hl&^> HaitZz KAomzn., 

o(t EAzckznAidgz, wzAz moAAizd yz&izn.day mofinZng at ihz Gz/ur\an Luthzfian ChuAch, Rev. 

WaZtzAi iyZng ihz knoi. 

««»»««t»*««« 

NOl/EMBER 23, 7S99 

Thz mWiZagz OiJ Mt. GoodhoAt BoweAi and Hi&A AnnZz FzahnAich occuAAzd Za6i Sai- 

uAday a{^izAnoon at UantadoA, Rev. (f. H. GZmbZzit pAonouncZng ihz woAdi which madz ihz 

coupZz haiband and wZ^^z. Thz wzddZng wa6 a vzAy quZzt a^aZA, only ihz ZmmzdZatz fizi- 

ativu oi ihz contAactZng poAtZzi wZinzi-iZng ihz czfKmony. Ma., and Ua^. UowzAi oaz too 

wzZZ known hzAZ to nzzd any ZntAoductZon io ihz pzopZz Oi$ ihZj> ptacz, boih havZng tivzd 

hzAZ ioK a numbzn. o^ yzoAi , and ihzy havz a ZaAgz numbzA o{, ^Aizndi who j'oZn ihz NEWS 

Zn wZihZng ihim much Joy and happZnzi,6 . Thzy began hou&zkzzpZng ai oncz Zn ih.z neiu 

homz pAzpaAzd ihz paii itrnmeA by ihz gAoom. 

DECEMBER 21, 1899 

Wm. ioewe and lliii Hzitit SiAnbzZ, boih wztt known young pzoplz o{, CKzai Bznd, 
OAZ io bz moAAZzd ai ihz EvangzZZcaZ ChuAch at ihat pZacz ioday. 

fJAi. 6. H. UzAnZiZzJLd, whoi>z husband Z& Zn ihz KZondykz, wa^ gAantzd a. dZvaA.cz 

at FoAman ihZi> wzzk on ihz gAoundi, C($ cAuzZ and Znhuman iAzatmzni. Ma.. (<{zAAZ(iZzld wai 

^OAmznZy onz o{^ FoAman'i IzjxdZng mZAchanti, and kii, wZ^^z AzmaZr^ Zn choAgz o^ iliz bui,Znzi>6 

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JANUARY IS, 1900. 



Thz lilahpeJion GZobz gZvu an zrvtzfUcUnlng account 0|$ thz pzA6l6te.nt z^oaXa 

0^ a GzAman namzd Knton Kajill&z to comirUX matAAjnony houi hz p^opoizd to ^ouJi 

QAjiZi, -iyiiidz 0^ two day6 and wcw (^^jnattij iucczii^jOZ tn 4eca/ujig a uitf^z. Anton 
AJ, a pKopzAoui ^oAmzA LivZng nzoA. ChAtitinz. 



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FEBRUARY 7, 1900 

John Zi&chVid o^ ikU city, and HiA-i Maggie Jlbidfiman o^ Hankyimon, wtfLZ moA/tced 
at St. John'i ChuAcJi on Monday oij Za^t weefe. Thz bfu.de. ^ one o^ HanfUmon' i utzzmzd 
young ZadX.tl, and thz gKoom onz o£ Wahpzton'6 popuZoA young mzn. Thz happy coupZz havz 
thz congAotiitationi o^ a ho-it o^ {,AZznd6 WAHPETOhl TIMES 

FEBRUAW S, 1900 

H. E. mZZtn. tzlt Sata/idaj/ ^oA. hUnnzapatii and we pA.z&umz zfiz tkii hz haj, jolnzd 
thz Kanki oi thz bznzdZct6. HLi bAldz ^i an zitanablz young lady of^ that cUty and Ma.. 
UWizn. 0(J onz o^ Hankinbon'ii mo^t popuZan. bu6Znz66 mzn. Thzy uULi vJUbiX Chicago and 
otkzn. poAjfiti on a. uizdding toon., KztuA.ning to HanlUn6on i.n about ixao uizzki to takz up 
tkzJji abodz. Thz congKatutaXion6 oi a hoit o^ HankZn6on {,AA.znd6 oAz zxtzndzd. 

FEBRUARY 15, 1900 

UoAAlzd, at St. VhitUpi ChuAch, on t^onday, Feb. 12th, WznzeZ SloiingzA and 
Mii4 GAaaz Roth, Tk. StadnZcka o^Zciating. A ZoAgz numbzA o£ ^/Uzndi witnziizd thz 
czuzmony, 

MILLER -- BLAKE 

A maAnJjogz wcu happZZy czZzbfiatzd {ilzdnz6day a(,tzAnoon at 4 o'cZock, at thz 
njzi>Zdzncz oi thz bnZdz'i aunt, Wu.T.5. Kznz^Zdz, 221S Sixtzznth Ave. S., whzn Hi&i 
kbblz M. ZZadz wai> to wzd Hofuuj E. Mc^e/L, HankZni>on, UO. A company o^ 30 A.ztativzi> 
-uuXnz6izd thz cztzmony, Zn which Rev. J. J. Kzanz oUZciatzd; among thz guz6t6 waj, 
Uu. Cou/itumZght, Chicago, couiZn o^ thz bhJjdzgKoom. Thz twomi wznz pAzttZiy t/Ummzd 
uxith imiZax, paZim and cut ^Zowzu, uxiXh an zi^zct o{i pZnk and gKzzn Zn thz poJitoK 
and yzZZovD Zn thz dZnZng fwom, whzfiz thz uizddZng coZZatZon <mj> iZAvzd by a catzAoJi. 

Thz bnZdz woAz hzfi goZng away gown o^ pzaJiZ grvay bfioadcZoth, mXh whitz appZZquz 
and iitzzZ tAZmmZngi>, and hat to match. Shz um attzndzd by Mt44 LauAo. VavZdion, St. 
PauZ, who woKZ a pKztty taZZoA gown Zn 6^wn cjutox cZcth with whZtz tfummZngi . Shz 
cjOAJiZzd pZjik fioizi). ChoJitzi UZZZzA, bfiothzA o^ thz bAZdzg^oom, woi bzit man. Two 
LLttZz {^ZowzA gZtZ6 Zn whZtz pfizczdzd thz bKZdat panty. thz bfiZdz'i) nZzcz, KZZcz 
KZng, and EthzZ. faZZ. Thz wzddZng muiZc woi pZayzd by MU4 VZva HcMZZZan, St. PauZ. 

Ma., and Mw . UZZZzt tz^t on thz zvznZng t/uiZn {^on. ChZcago and wZZZ takz a tixo 
weefe.^' tfiZp, fiztuJinZjig to HankZmon, htV., to makz thzZfi homz, whzAz Ma. HcLZza. Zi, 

ZocaZ managzn. {,on. thz HankZnion hau6Z 0($ E. P. Stacy S Son hlinnzapolZi TAZbunz 

Feb. nth, 1900. •*,..»».*.»» 

FEBRUARY 22, 1900 

UafLfiZzd, at thz homz o{, thz bKidz'6 poAznts, Ma. and Maa . E. A. Stilu oo 
SeymouA, MP., on Wzd. , Fe6. lAth, Ma. Jofin Oiooki and I^Jit,. UoAy J. Uatthmi, Rev. E. 
A, Mou^ooa oiiZcZatZng. Thz contAactZng paJitZzii havz a hoit o^ {,AZznd6 Zn HankZmon 
who zxtznd them congAataZatZoni . 

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MARCH 8, 1900 

Ke^unon lOiauie., uxU) Qfumtzd a. dJivoKct (^fwm hii fol^t, Annit KAnuie., by Judgz LaudizA. 
at tjJahpeXon teat weeJi, being aJUo g^uen thz cuitody o^ thzOi 73 t/exw. old ion. J. A. 
VwyzA appeoAzd cu, auttoAjizy ^oK Mt. KAou&e.. 

MARCH 15, 1900 

WeZi BeAgmann and Augait Lack^zeX. wzaz majvilzd at thz GzAjnan Evangzticat ChuAcJi 

Monday zvznln^. Rev. WoZtzA o^^AJU/itlng. A no\JzZ ^zatafie. oi thz czAzmony iml6 that -U. 

UXU, pzA^oAjnzd -in tuo languagzJ>, haZ^ Zn EngLiih and hail in Gznman. Thz gnxicm ii> thz 

Soo izction {oA-Zman at tkii placz and thz bfiidz ii a daaghtzA o{ Un.. and Wn. Hznman 

Lack{fZZt. Thz happy coaptz havz thz bzit laishzi o^ a lofigz caAcZz o^ inlzndi . 

A zhiva/mJ. pafcty dUtuAbzd thz muaZ night'i itiJJLnzi.& about tzn o'cZock Monday 

zvzning. Some o^ ouA citizzni miitook thz cormotion ^oA. a {^ifiz aiafim, 

************ 

MARCH 22, 7900 

hlzuxi ha& bzzn fizczivzd oiJ thz maAAJjigz o^ Ua. iiJalZacz Jazck of^ thii placz to 

f-iiiti Jziiiz Vavii ol O.l,hko.ih, (ill. A ho-it o£ itu.ZJn.di, zxtznd congAotalatlom . 

************ 

MARCH 29, 7900 

HoAAZzd, at Wahpzton, on l))zdnziday zvzning o^ lait weefe, R. T. E/Uttzn o^ 

FaiAmouMt and EZviAO. ShzpheJid o^ thii placz, Rev. Vavizi oHiciating. 

************ 

Vuj,i, Uabzt Wood, daughtZA o{^ Ma., and Ufu. W. H. Wood oi thii placz, woi mafuUzd 

on thz 26th init, at Chippewa TaUU to ?Xo£. J. C. Thompion, principal Oi$ thz High 

School at SheU Lakz, WT. 

************ 

FAOJik SchfULZdzn. and MJj,i Erma Hohzmtzin weJiz manAlzd at tzn o'clock thii mo/m- 

ing at thz homz o^ thz bnldz'i poAznti, Ma. and h'Xi. F. HokzniteA.n. Thz contAactlng 

poAtizi oAz well knouin and havz thz congAatulatA.oni and bzit ttiiihzi o{t a Ioaqz cIacLz 

0^ {^Klzndi. 

************ 

APRIL 79, 7900 

UaJiAizd, at thz Catholic ChuAch, in Lidgznwood, on Monday, ApnJJ. ISti-., fi^. 
John McVonaZd and Hiii Anniz Woiuiodz, both o{i thii place. Thz contAacting panXizt, 
oAe wzll known hzAZ and a hoit od {^Alzndi zxtznd congAatulaJu.oni . Wzdnziday Ma.. 
McDonald oiiimzd thz pAopAtztoAihip o(, thz New England RzitauAant ixhlch hz Mill 

conduct in thz {^utuAZ. 

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MAy 10, 1900. 



EtmJ. UlnzdA uiznt doMn to U Sulza., MW., lcu>t weefe and fizXuAnzd TkuAidaij 
evening uxUh a hfUdz, much to thz 6UAp/uj,z oi luJ> iJ/u.end4 . VcuUng kU abizncz hz 
wcu maAAA.zd to Mc44 ZhAl6tLyiz Lang, an z^tanablz young iady o^ Le SzuzA., and thzy 
mUJ. makz Hankin&on thzln. homz. 

WA/ 17,1900 WIRTH - ROEVER 

TWO POPULAR HANKINSOM VOUNG FEO?LE UWITEP IW MARRIAGE 

On Taz6day moaning, at thz GzAmojn. LutkzAjan ChuAch, Rev. Waltzu pAonoanczd thz 
u}0Adi> uihA.zh unUzd Hznman iillfith and HU4> TUZiz Rozdzn. {^oK tiiz. Thz gfioom oi &u.ppofU- 
zd by Ma.. AlbznX Andzuon and thz bfujdz by Hl&i ClaJia Caowz. Thz bfUdz woKz palz gAjxy 
iillk w^h vziZ and avuLizd A06Z6. Thz bKldz&maA.d woKz whitz 4wic44 ovzn. ptnk. 

Thz cznmony occuAAzd In t/ie pAZizncz o^ a loAgz numbzA o^ i^Uzndi and at iXj, 
conctoiion a ho6t OiJ wzZt mMhzjn, gathzn.zd at thz Soo dzpot and ihouiZAzd thz bfildal 
paAty ui^th Kizz, good MAj,hzt> and old i>hozi>. 

Thz gfioom hai, bztn a AZ^ldznt o^ Hanklnion {^OA. about Avo yzoAi , bzlng a tuu,tzd 
zmployzz 0^ M. A. ilLppzAman, and duAlng that tanz hai madz a ho4>t 0|J ^Alznd!,. 

Thz bAldz hai tivzd hzAZ iZncz zoaJLj glAlhood and U> popuLiA. Mlth aJUi. Immzdi- 
atlzy a{^tzA. thz zzAZmony Wi. and M/l4 . liJlAth took thz Soo tAoln ^ok ChUXon, WI . , uohzAz 
tkzy mZt vli>it ioA. about a month, a^tzA. which thzy uull xztiiAn to Hanktmon and makz 
thzAA. ^utuAZ homz, 

JUNE 7, 1900 BLEECKER - PATTERSON 

Onz of, Hankinion'i, FopuloA Young Men MaAXizd at Wahpzton YzitzAday. 

Loit zvznlng, at thz homz o(, thz bAtdz'i paA.znti Jin Wahpzton, Ma. Loua> J. 
BZzzckzA 0^ tku, plazz, and Mtii VzoaI PattzAAon wzaz unitzd In moAAtagz. Thz Mzddlng 
wcw a \jzAjy qtUkt af^f^aln. onZy thz AztatLvzi and immzdiatz iAlzndb o^ thz contAaztlng 
paAttzi bzlng pAz&znt. 

Thz gAoom U aii,litant coihteA o{, thz Fln^t Statz Bank and haj> been a Auldznt 
0(5 Hanktmon (,0A about a yzoA. VuAlng that tanz hz ha6 mn thz Zitzzm of, all and aj> 
onz oi ouA moit populaA young mzn. Thz bAtdz ll> thz -second daaghtzn. of^ Ma., and Maa . 
Vanlzl Pattzuon oi Wahpzton, hzA {^athzA bzlng PAZitdznt of, thz National Bank of Wah- 
pzton and alio of, thz FlA^t Statz Bank of, thl& placz. Shz li onz of Wahpzton' i moit 
accompllkhzd young Zadlzi, and hai> a hoit of fAlzndi u)ho join with thz Hanklmon fAlzndi 
of thz gAoom In zxtzndlng hzoAty congAatulatlon6 and bzit uxiihzi to thz happy couplz. 

Ma. and Ma6 . BlzzckzA mil at once zommzncz houizkzzplng In thz TayloA houiz 
Azczntly vatatzd by W. H. Wood and family. 

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JULY 6, 7900 JMK — BOUTLETTE 

UoAAlzd iilzdnzicLiy, Jane 27, 7900, at thz nuldzncz oi tkz bnldz'i icuthzn., 

UZii Sylvia. J. BouXZzttz to Un.. VoUa. W. Ink, both o^ tkU (uXy, Rev. W. A. Eakzn. 
oii'icJjlZijn^: 

VJj>i> Boatlzttz uxLi boAji and fULUzd in tkli vicJjuXy, and ii klghZi/ zitzzrrzd in 
Wakpzton, w/teAe J>hz haj) madz hzn homz ^OA. thz laj,t tuzlvz on. li^tzzn yzau . Shz it. onz 
OiJ thz iuccw^ijot idxoot tzadiZAj, o£ thz county. U/i. Ink hru, bzzn a pKominznt biiiinzi,6 
man o^ thz county, {^OA. moKZ than tuiznty yzjou. ThziA. many ^Ai-Zndi uil6h then aJUL fiOhhibtz 
happinz&.i and pAo^pzAity Wahpzton Gazzttz. 

Thz bAidz i6 wztt known in and abouX Hankimon, having bzzn a tzachzn. in oua. 
pabiic iichoo-ti ^oa. iomz timz, and thz gKoom at60 hoi quitz a laldz acquaintancziklp 
in thij> vicinity, 

JULY 73, 7900 

f^oAAizd at thz homz o{, thz bfudz at O-iizo, MW., on Sunday, July Stk, 7900, 

M/L. HuAAay M. CoApznttn. to hll&i ULLLan fiJoltzu. Thz g/ujom ij> wzZl known in thii vic- 
iniXy, having bzzn thz publiihzA o^ thz HEWS at thij, placz {oA ovzA thAzz yzau pKZviou^ 
to lait VzczjnbzA.. Thz bnidz ii alio a iofimzA. Aziidznt o^ Hankimon, bzing a iij>tvi o^ 
thz Mc44e^ VoKothy and Ro^e OJoLtzfU. Thz wzdding cz/LZmony took placz in thz pAz&zncz 
0^ only a ^ew {^Ai.znd& and thz nwly wzddzd couplz Iz^t immzdiately {oft CloAzmont, MW. , 
MhzAZ thzy will makz thziA {utuAZ homz. Thzy havz thz congKotuLxtiont, and bz&t uiikhzi 
oi a hoit oi HankJjUtOn iAZzndi, including thz NED/S. 

JULY 10, 1900 

Joe Vzvinz, thz RzpubXi.can nominzz ioA. itatz SupzAxntzndznt, wai mofuUzd to 

ULij) hiofiy Hauicom, a choAjning young tady o^ Ulnot, Tuziday zvzning o^ thii> weefe. 

«**»t»»»»»«* 

On July 6th moAAiagz tLcznl>zi> we^e ii>.iuzd to W. J. GloAnzA and Lizziz BaAticick, 

Max GoUnick and Hinniz Hzz^cJi, atl o{, thii placz. 

AUGUST 3, 7900 

A Kamai EditoA thiU, phiZoiophizzi: It iit hand loA a moMizd man to ofJiivz at 
any 4,cizntLiic concZoiion in -teije/tence to why a {,ouA month old baby i>hould bz i>o 
much hzavizA. at onz o'clock A.M., than iXi, mothzA uizd to bz at pAzci6zty thz 
iome houA 



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APRIL 13, I«93 

T/ie uii^z ofi Cot. E. L. ToitzA, Indian agzrU. cut Yankton Agency, SV., dizd veAi/ 
6uddznZy a (Jew nlghti ago. 

Attiz ZooXmoJUL, a. M ijtan. old boy, ihot and accldzniZy kxlZtd Emonij StackzA, 
a 7 i/eoA old boy, at a nanck, man. 'Rap^.d City, SV., a ^ew dayi ago. The. boy& wtKz 
playing huntzJi. 

FeAdinand GauZkz, ^OK many ytafu, a pKoirUnzrvt and nzipzctzd ftziZdznt oi Thom- 
son, MP., wheAz he. had loAgz {^afming lnteAeJ>t6, died 6uddenty In hiinneapotii a ^ew 
day-i ago 

Rod Mc CleZiand dlzd at Clank, SV., a ^ew dayi ago oi dlphthexia at the. Ke^l- 
dence o^ Ufi. kndeMon. When thz Ande/iion iamiZy became JJJL ifwm diphtheAla 6ome 6-Lx 
months ago, Ma.. Mc CteZtand o^^eAed kii, 6eA.vlce -in cafUng ioK them. He had naued 
iovJi o{^ the ckU.dn.tn danlng tkeJji 6lcknzi6, and escaped It kLmeZ^ until a weefe ago. 
Thz death caaie^ iadnti-d In eveAy hoaiehotd. 

APRIL 20, TS93 

Mc44 Maggie Gneen o^ Ve VlZZo, died at: tht ne^ldence oi heA bnotheA, Tho6. Cneen, 
Wzdneidaxj aiteAnoon, oi a complication gnjovilng oat o^ mea&lzi). IUm Gnezn uiai a weZl 
known teacheJi In thli county, and u)a& about twenty ijiue yzau o{, age. 

MAy 18, 1893 VIEV 

In Haniilmon May llth, 1S93, tht Infant child oi UK. and Mnj,. fned Talk. The 

^uneAot ieA.vlce.i wen.e held In the GeAman ChuAxik Sunday. The nemalni weAe laid to nzit 
In the Hanklnion CemeteAy zoit o^ town. Rev. WoAneckz conductzd the {,uneAal 6zn.vlcz. 

Jamzi Mc Glnnci, an znglnzzA on thz HontheAn VacL^c Road, whoie nun was {,nom 
Staplzi to Wahpeton, wai fatally Inj'uAzd at thz {^onmzA placz, la&t Monday monnlng. 
Just 05 thz tnaln aMlvzd {^ncm St. Vaul hz attemptzd to cA06i thz tnack In ^nont o{j 
thz znglnz but tnlppzd and ^eZl and thz znglnz nan ovzn both of. kit Izgl. An znglnz 
itantzd with kirn at oncz ion thz company' t hospital at Bnalnznd, a distance o^ thinty 
onz mltzi, which was madz In thinty minutes,, and whzn thzy oAAlvzd thzAz thzy notlczd 
that thzy had only onz oi hts Izgs; thz otheA was plckzd up at Staples. Hz was In 
dneadiul agony, and bzggzd ^on somz onz to klUi him. Hz tivzd only szvzn on eight 
houAS a^tzA hz was huAt. Hz was a man of middlz agz, and Iz^t a wl^z and two chlld- 
Azn Gazzttz. 

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MA/ IS, I«93 

V I E V 



At kid harm on UoKth Maoi SiAzzX in Han}un6on, H^l. F/ionfe Wewmon, age 56, wfio 
mo\Jzd to touM aboLut a t/eoA ago wii^ h^ ^amlZy, ha\iing been OKie ojj ^he mat 4u.cce^4- 
ija£ jJoAme^i on the. ^JJd ZLcz KlvzA. He lza.\j(U> a. wZ^z, thAzz 6oni> and thn.zz daixghtZAJ, 
to mouJm ka> to6^ . Thz bzA.zavzd havz thz sympathy o^ tkz zntViz vZcijvity. 

OBTTUARY 

VIEV Ai HanizAjfi&on, NV,, Monday, May 15, 1S95, TKonk Ueimann, age 56 i/eoAi, 2 

montk6 and 27 dai/6, o^ hzoAt doseo^e and congei-tcon o^ tkz boMzti . Vzczaizd uoai, 
boAn In Gznmany thz 26th day o^ Fefa. 1834, maxfUzd in 185S. Camz to Amz'u.c.a in 1871 , 
and izttlzd in thz Ea&t whzn.z hz tivzd 1 yzan. bz^oxz hz camz to hW. in 1873. He 
izttZzd nzoM. thz WiM Zizz Zivzfi, N.E. o^ HankijUion, and about 1 miZz wzit 0|J G^zat 
Bznd, whznz hz ha& /iziidzd 4-cnce, untiZ about a yzan. ago u)hzn hz camz to HankijU)On 
and buiZt a nicz A.ziidzncz in which hz hopzd to tivz thz Kzmai.ndzfi o^ ha> uizf^ul 
day6 in quiztadz but uiai OKJZAtakzn by thz iiZznt poujzA 0|$ dzath. He ujoi a dzvotzd 
chAl6tian and mil be gKzatZy mi66zd by thz uiholz congregation 0|J uiklch hz wa6 onz 
ol thz iiAiit membzAi. 

FunzfioZ. ob-i>zquiz& took pZa.cz at. thz GzAman ChuAch in thz noAth pott o£ Hank- 
ing on conductzd by Rzv. WoAnzckz. 

Thz patibzaAZU who tzndznM/ coAAizd thz AzmaZni o^ Mt. T/iank Hzuman to thziA. 
toAt A-Ziting pZacz, in thz cemztZAy zajtt o^ town, uiZAz: Aug. GoZJbiLck, Hz/man BAiun- 
mond, Fn.zdzAA.ck Hozd^ , Gu6ta^ Laiuh, Wm. JahA, Wm. HULbfmndt, Aug. RaddaXz, Wm. 
Wzitphal, HzAjnan Kubz, Aug. Gu&tman, Aug. GlandzA, and Aug. \!ozttz. 

Thz chuAch uiai dzcoAotzd with £Zou}ZA6 thxvt Ua. Hzyman had AoZizd. He wa4 Zaid 
to Azit in a caifee^ madz by kii own handi . 



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MAV IS, 7S93. 



VJEVi at Jcunz^town, WO., on SatuAdcuf, Uaij 13, 7S93, Riu. S. E. Ty^on. Thz tzZzgxam 

announcxng Ma.. Ti/4on'4 dca-Cfi woi A.ecexued w-t^ gA.eruf coMteAnatlon to cJit, on ScutuAday. 
Somz tJjnz ago Ma.. Ty^iOn wa<s ptaczd -en -t^e -oiAone ai>yZum at Jamz^ttOMn, HV . , uihzAZ hz uxw 
fae/cng tAzaZzd iJoA. ^nAOJtcti/. He iJoA a -tune woa gzttJjig bzttzn. and aUL ujzaz iofipfujiZd to 
hzoA. oi kiii ioddzn dzath. 

The KzmoAjii) o{^ Reu. S. E. Tyiton anAlvzd hzAz Monday evejtcng znxouutz thz Soo LLnz. 
Hii gfu.z(i ladzn vU^Z, ^athzA, bfiothzu, nzlghboM and ^AA.zndi, gathzAzd an.own.d thz coife- 
zt mayvL^z&tlng gKzat 60AA.0UJ, and ^houUng. thz dzzpzit 0^ a{^^zction and Zovz ^ox thz kui- 
band, bAothzx and ^athzA thz tonzty box conta^nzd. 

8 I T U A R / 

PIEP; A-t Jamzitown, WP., on Satividajj, Uay 13th, at 1 A. M. , Samazt EZJiiott Tyion, 

agzd 45 yzjvn, 5 montht, and 4 day6 , 0^ hzoAt ^oaIuaz. FunzAoZ. ob.&zqulzi> took plaaz 
^AX}m ka> komz, nlnz nUZzi ioathza^t o^ Hanklnion, Zn Ehna ToujnihLp, at thz Tyionvatz 
Czmztzfiy, on Maiy Uth, at 2 ?M. Szn.\jlzzi> Mzn.z condiictzd by Rev. H. ?lzAcz oi$ B^ecfe- 
enA-ufge, MN. 

JUNE 1, IS93 A daughtzn. o^ Ma. and Maa. Bohn o{, Gn.zat. Bend, 1M6 banlzd taut 

wzzk. Thz iamiZy havz thz sympathy 0|5 a loAgz cl/ictz 0^ ^Alzndi hzAZ. 

JUNE 22, 7S93 f^vz chiZdAzn in thz iamlZy of. Ma. John Hzalzy, living Mz&t o{i 

town, oAz att ilck with dJphthz>ila; onz 0^ whom dlzd Monday mofinlng. 



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JUNE 11, 1893 

A Hk. HoAAli, ujho once tLve.d Zn WahpzXon, wcu muAdzAzd Zn HinmapoLii lent 
TKidaij night by Vumpi, who zrvtzAzd thz hoa&e. by Kzmov-ing thz 6cAzzn uxindow. 

Two chUxOLzn oiJ M/i. Hejitzy'i family dlzd oi dlphXkzxia duxing the. peat toeefe. 

JUL/ 15, 1S93 

Bdue EoAth City, MW. , July 10th at 6 o'clock lcu,t zvzru.ng Ffizd Schultz 

wcii 6hot by ka> itzpbKothzA, Aaguit L. GeMkz, and dizd In IcM than an houA. TkU 
woi thz iViit muAdzfi eueA covmLtttd hzAz and caa&zd intzmz txcltzmtnt. 

Thz muAdzA woi thz xziult o^ a family quoAAeZ ovzK ckildAzn, and zvldzncz pAo- 
duczd bz^oA-Z thz gfiand juAy thii moAnlng 6hom that It wcJi a coZd-bZoodzd dzzd and 
almost unpAovokzd. 

It appzoAi alio that GeMkz had bz{,0A.z madz thAzati agaZnit Schultz. Thz lattzA 
W(X6 0. izcZLon hand and had a wi^z and thAzz cSUldAzn. Ceknkz feeep4 a bUJUoAd hall, 
hai a mL^z and an adopted child. 

AUGUST 17, 1895 

AnothzA hoAAlblz tAagzdy li KzpoAtzd at Cando, MV., on thz 11th. J. F. Roz, 
4,hooti and kllli Robznt l^oAAlzn and then kllli kimeli. 

A Ma6. Johnson, living nzoA. Kong6beAg, MP., on SatuAday la&t iztl ^Aom a load 
0^ hay and Azczlvzd lnjuAlz& which a (Jew houAi ZatzA caaizd hzA dzath. 

A 3 yzoA old child oi Samuel GAandpAzy6 , 0(J Owatonna ^zll out oi a baggy, 
biting itJ> tonguz nzoAly o^i and izvzAing thz oAtzAy. Jti poAznti thought it nothing 
vzAy iztloas, but the child bZzd io pKoiuiely that iuAglcal old could not iave heA, 
and &hz dlzd uuXhln 14 houAi. 

AUGUST 13, 1896 

Ha&. F. Beltin, living about iouA milzi iAom heAz, a^tzA a long illnz&6 dlzd 
Honday. Thz family havz thz sympathy o^ many i^lznd^. 

Ua. and fW>. fzAdlnand KAJxaiz, o^ thz town oi GAzznilzld, oAz mouAnlng thz Zoa 
oi thziA zlzven monthi old baby. Thz child dlzd oi ckolzAa Iniantum Tuziday and wai 
buAlzd yziteAday. 

AUGUST 27, 1896 

Thz Uttlz 9 monthi old ion oi Ma. and Has. Choi. Eladow dlzd Monday. Thzy 
havz thz sympathy oi many iAlzndi In thz ton oi thzln. tittle one. 

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SEPTEMBER 3, IS96 

Ma4. Wrr. WoKnfi, o^ GKe.ad Bend, deed Tuuday a^tzA a long and compZLcaXzd 
■LtineM. She. had bzzn mafiLzd but {i-Lvz yzaAi>. f^any ^Aizyidi uiujtz In zxtzndlng 
hta>tt{iZtt sympathy to thz bzAzavzd hoiband. 

K. G. Hagzn, Cownty CommUi^nzA, wa6 ihot and irUstantZy kJJUizd in a KzAttauAxvnt 
In Wolcott Taz&day a^tzKnoon, by a diiAuptabZz choAactzA namzd TKzmbZz. Thz mandzuzfi 
madz hli zicapz and hoi not yzt bzzn captuAzd. Thz muAdzAzd man woi vzMf popmtan. In 
thU pant oi thz county. 

SEPTEMBER 10, 1896 

Col. J. C. WaAnock, o^ Jamz&toMn^ dlzd Sunday a{,tzAnoon. Ton. yzam hz had bzzn 
an ablz nziMpapzn man, and {^guAzd con^p^-cuoaily -in puhtic. a{^iaUii> In thJj> itatz. 
HLi> dzath mLH bz i>zvzn.zly izZt by thz nzmpapzn {,natznnity. 

Tfie ^tatz 0^ Hinnziota was diignaczd Ixat Satunday night by thz lynching oi thz 
tJiio muAdznzJU, o^ ShzAl^{i UogzAi, o^ Mc Lzod County. Thz mundzn vxu, committzd in June, 
thz mzn captuAzd and thz tnlal oi onz, Uuignovz, was tzfminatzd loit wzzk, nzJ>ulttng 
in a vzndict o{, mandzn in thz izcond dzgnzz, mhilz thz tnial oi thz othzn man. Cinq 
UoM, IM16 to havz takzn placz ioon. Thz {,Aizndi> o^ thz muAdznzd man uiznz not 6atU- 
{/.zd with thz. vzAjdict and ojccondingly took thz law into thzin own hand6, and 6tAung 
both mzn up. WhiZz thzAz iJ> no doubt that thz mzn nzczivzd thzin ju6t dz&iznti, it 
would havz bzzn bzttzn to Izt thz taw takz itji couAiz. k6 it ii , thz itatz o{, Hinn- 
ZJiota hai ^u{^{,zAzd a da>gnacz that it will takz ycanj, to oblitznatz. 

John fzZton, who came {^nom Haiting6, MM., about a weefe ago to vi&iX ha, 6on, 

John Fzlton, on thz nz&zAvatlon, woi takzn iuddznty iick and dlzd Uonday zvzning. 

Thz iunznal wai> hzld inom thz Catholic ChuAch Wzdnziday. 

************ 

OCTOBER I, 1896 

M/i. and M/ti. B. Viztz wzAz caUizd upon to mouAn thz lo66 o^ thzJji littlz ninz 
month& old daughtzA, who dizd Wzdnziday monning. Thz child had bzzn i>ick vith whoop- 
ing cough and othzA complaints 6zt in. Many ^niznd6 unite with thz New* in zxtznding 

sympathy to thz ^amtly in thziA a{,{^liction. 

************ 

VanticuLaAi) o^ a sad accidznt which occuAAzd a shont timz ago camz too latz ion 

pubticatLon last wzzk. Gzo. SzthzA, thz twzlvz yzoA old son oi J. E. Sc^fieA, Living 

about tzn mtlzs nonth oi town, izJUi inom a load oi gAoin on Satunday, Szpt. 19th and 

bnokz his nzck. Thz ungon nan into a holz and thz boy was thnown to thz gnound with 

two sacks oi gnain on top oi him. Gzongz was a good iaUihiuL izllow, and thz blow 

ioLts hand on his panznts, who havz thz sympathy oi many iniznds in thzAA loss. 

************ 

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OCTOBER 8, J 296 

M/L. and M/l4. Chcu>. WoAneA, o^ Gfizat Bznd, to-it onz o^ thtiA. -ftocn boLLz^ latt 
Sundojj. The. cklZd fiad not 6een weZt ^Ajict Itt, LinXh. 

Chcui. Zladow'Ji motkzft dZzd at hzK homz toMt Sunday zvejiLng, a^izA. a long and 
tingzAujis iA.cJint6.i. The. iarUZy havz tkz iympathi/ o£ many ^^Uzndi, Zn tkeJA. bzAzavzimnZ. 

OCTOBER 29, JS96 

E)7ic£ CfUL^i, a man who wonkzd at thz coApzntzA txadz hzAz da/Ung thz pa6t iuirmzA, 
comniLttzd 6cu.(Udz by hangxjig aji a GKzat HoKtkznjn box zaA, thz iiMt o{ thz wzzk. Thz 
body uxu, not dUcovzn.zd u/vUZ thz can. Azachzd ChxZdi. No Kzaj>on ij> g^ivzn {^OK thz ficLih act. 

DECEMBER 3, 1S96 

FoA. a AtoAm 40 gznzAaZ and 4>zvzA.z ovzn. thz noAthwzit, thzfiz aJiz izw ^ataZcZizi, 
Ktpofitzd thvj> {an.. Hznfuj M. EuAnxiagh&, mail cZznk on thz GKzat NoAthznn, wa6 loJ>t Zn 
thz btczzoAd at on. nzoA VzvZti Lakz, and though tkoKough izjaxch hai bzzn madz hii body 
haj, not bzzn {ound. A 17 yzoJi oZd boy namzd Kndzfuon tooi {ound dzad at Uoonhzad, and 
a {anmzA ZZvZng nzaJi Kzn6zt woi caught Zn thz inoai and ^Aozzn to dzaXk. Thznz an.z pKob- 
abZy otkzfUi whoiz iatz wZZZ not bz fenown {^on. lomz timz, but. Zt wai n.manJzabZz that thz 
-do44 0^ ZZiz wai not gAzatzn., 

Ffiank Vzck&, a {anmzn. lahoKZfi, wa& iound dzad noKth o£ Fango Satanday. He Za 
iuppoAzd to havz bzzn dnZnkZng, and toit hZj, way Zn thz itonm. 

DECEMBER 10, IS96 

PEATH OF MRS. TT^OMAS 

M/LA. B. F. Thomah, wZiz oi 8. F. ThomoM, oi thz CaAgZZZ EZzvatoA Co., dZzd about 
9 o'clock yzitznxiau monjilng. Shz had not bzzn Zn what mZght bz calZzd good hzaZth {on. 
about tluzZvz yzaAJ>, 6u{^{zAZng iKom zpZZzp/>y and oKgantZc hzaxt t/ioubZzs, whZch tznmZn- 
atzd Zn hzoAt iaZJbiAZ. Shz had bzzn con^Znzd to hzn. bzd about two wzziUi bz^oAz dzath 
caJLtzd hzn. to hzA. {^ZnaJL homz. 

LoKztta J. VzZong waM bonji Nov. 2nd, U5S, Zn thz itatz oi New Vonk, KemovZng 
to ULnnziota wZth hzn. poAzntl whUz yet a chZld. On ApnZZ f5, 1875, ihz woi majinZzd 
to B. F. Thomoi, and thzy camz hzn.z about nZnz yzanj, a£0. Shz woi a iaZth^uZ uii^z, a 
dzvotzd mothzn., and numbzn.zd oi {nZzndi aZZ who knew hzn.. 

Thz iunZJuaJi wlit bz held at thz Congn.zgatZonal Chun.ch tomoAAow [FAZday] a^tzn- 
noon at 1 o'clock, thz M. W. A. taking choAgz oi thz dztaZti, and thz Aemaaii Zntznxzd 
Zn thz HankZnion Cejnelzny. 

Thz NEWS unctzi wUh a ho^t oi iAlzndi, Zn zxtzndZng to thz hu&band and tkn.zz 

cJuldAzn theZn. hzanXielt sympathy Zn thZi houn. oi bzneavejnznt and aoajiow. 

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DECEMBER 17, 1S96 

Mt. and Wu,. J. GZoMfizA weAe caZZzd upon to moa/in ikz dejxih o£ tkzJA. young 
cJuZd TtxeJidasj mcAjUng. Hz uxu takzn 4^cfe Sundojj nighX uUXh a kZnd o£ wZntzA. coLic, 
wkLch caused ipcami, uifiidi KsUtuZtzd in dzaXk Tuz&dcuf moA.rU.ng. Thz boy wca -t/iAee wedii 
and ihfizz dayj, old, and a bAlghX. tittZz ^ztZow. Thz ^anzfiaZ occuM.zd Wzdnziday. Thz 
iathz/i and moihzn. fmue ihz 4-cnce/ie iympaXhy o^ ikzOi many ^/Uzndi in ikz lo^t4 o^ thzOi 
tUtlz onz. 

Hn.. and Hu. Cta^nzn. dz&ixz to thank thzin. kind ^JUzndi ^ofi thzin. a&iij,tancz 
in thijt hoax o^ bzn.za.vejnznt. 

PECEMBER 24, 1896 

Hi6.6 Amztia Godzjohn, iZitzn. o^ M/L4. Nohz, dizd at thz tattzn.'.6 homz in Hankin- 
4on at n o'clock Monday night. Shz had not bzzn wztZ ^oK ovzn. a yzafi, dAopjiy bzing 
thz iimzdiatz caiuz o^ hzfi dunciz. Shz uxu> in hzn. lixtzzntJi yeoM.. Funzxat ^z^viczi 
wzn.z hztd yzitznjday at 11:30 A. M. Rev. Hink, OjJ Cxzat Bend, oxidating, and thz 
n.emain6 takzn to GKzat Eznd {^ofi intznmznt bz&idz tho6z o^ hfi iatkz/i, mothzA and onz 
bfLOtkzfi. Thz UBilS aniXzi uiitk many {^Kizndj> in zxXznding sympathy to thz bzn.za.\jzd 
Aztativzi) . 

Ml. and Uu. W. H. Nohz dz&ijiz to thank thz many kind Itiizrvh who aiiiitzd them 

in thziA latz bzfizavzmznt, thz dzath o{^ M/w. Hohz'i liJitz>i, kmztia. Godzjohn. 

• ««»»«»*•««* 

JANUARY 7, 1897 

Thz body o^ Mail Clznk H. M. Bovlowa, who Zxjit ku ti^z in thz Thankigiving day 
btizzaxd, was ^oand tkii> wzzk 4 even miZzi ^Kom VzviZs Lakz. 

Thz pzoptz ol thz itJVtz gznzfiaJUy vxiLL i,ympatkLzz with Gov. Vfuxnk A. Ru.gg4 in 
thz dzaXh o^ hlt> daaghtzfi, Ei>tzZtz, which occuAAzd in HinnzapotLi, Taz&day. Ma.. EAiggi 
had juit takzn thz oath o£ o^^icz whzn thz iad intztZigzncz Azachzd him. 

JANOAR/ 14, 1897 

A ^pzccaZ in thz Axgai, {^Kom kihZand, lill., undzt thz datz o^ Jan. 9th, ioyj,: 
A. Tznnijig o^ WahpeXon, W., committzd 4ui.cidz hzAz thii moAning. On hii pzA6on atu 
{oand ovzn. $1300, in barJi chzcki, and $104. in ca&h. Hij, bank booki aZio i,how dzpoiiti, 
oggAzgating ovzn. $600. and tzttzAM an kii pzn^on cZaimzd a6.&zti in Wahpzton amoanting 
to $1,815. moKZ. In a IzttzA fie ^ay4, ha, wi^z livzs in SaxznbuAg, Gznmany. 

Reu. J. A. StAO-chan, o^ EndznLin, wa6 in town today, on hU way to Havana to 
pA.ejich thz ^anznaZ izninon o^ Rev. GAom, who dizd yzitzAday. 

B. F. GAom, 0^ Etma, wai vzny itiddznly caZZzd to Havana lait zvzning by thz intztl- 
igzncz that hu ^athzn. had juit pai^zd auay. Ma.. GAom'/, many ^Ayizndi unitz with thz WEWS 

in zxXznding sympathy. 

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JAUUARV 21, 1&9 7 S U I C 1 V t 

HEURY TRIMBLE AT LAST EXCAPES THE PREAPEP GALLOWS 

HznAif Tfumblz, who uxu hzZd Jjn. ihe. Wahpzion jcUZ awcuuting tfCiaJL {on. thz muAdzA 
oi G. K. Hagzn, cut tilotcott, laii ^cUZ, wcu, ^ound dzad In kU tzZt Icui. SajtuAday moA.n- 
■ing. Hz hud fizJtiAzd cu> iiiuat fnJAay night, bat Screen ihcut tlmz and SaXuAdrnj moAji- 
Zng hz took a. belX wLLch hz woKZ, and tyZng onz znd oi It ajioand kl& nzdi and thz othzA 
to a. boA acA044 thz duoon. o^ kU czZt, iacczzdzd Zn ^tnjangZJjig hunizZ£. Whzn £oand ti^z 
iMU, zxtincX.. Thz (lononzn hztd an inqaz&t and thz JizmaZn^ uizAz^ntzAAzd that a^tzAnoon. 

Thz ittoKLj o{ thz aUmz ^OA which hz ccoi awaiting txiaZ. i^ iamiJUjin. ta aUL NejiM 
Azadzu. k^tzA thz muAdzA o^ Ha. Hagzn, hz ej,capzd ta Montana, but it li> lojid thjvt a 
ZttAong dziiAz to Azz kit> ^amiZy dAzu him back to thz icene o^ thz muAdzA, Hz madz a 
dzJipzAntz attempt to z&capz, but uxu, takzn and Zodgzd in JaiZ. Somz timz ago hz attzm- 
ptzd to takz hilt own Zi^z by opzning an oAtzAif in kii uvLi6t, but wca diicovzAzd bz^oAZ 
it waj, too latz. Hz had a izoA^uZ hofOioA o£ thz hangman'6 Kopz, and pAobahlij ^aZZy 
AzaJLiztng that thzAZ woi no hopz o^ z^caping thz pznaZtiz& o£ muAdzA whzn hz woi tAizd 
hz took thli way o£ zicaping thz gattow6. Hii tAial waj, 4,zt ^OA nzxt wzzk. 

FEBRaAR/ 4, 1897 

Ma4. H. C. Vallmann, wi^z 0^ thz paitoA ojj thz lathzJuxn ChuAch, dizd at 3 o' 
ctock thij> moA/Ung, o^ con6umption. Shz had not bzzn wzLt {oA thz tait ^ix monthi 
and ioA thz pait two monthi had bzzn con{^zd to thz bzd. Thz Azjnatm wiZZ be takzn 
to Nzw SaZzm, W., thii zvzning, whzAz thz iunznaZ iZAviczi and ijvtzAmznt uiZZ bz hztd 
nz:^ Uondaij. Thz HEWS anitzi with many ^Aizndi in txtznding sympathy to thz bzAzavzd 

husband and Auo mothznZzJti, chiZdAzn. 

************ 

FEBRUARY H, J«97 

A young man by thz namz o^ GuJ> Gandzuon wai buAnzd to dzath in a j>tAaw stack 

nzoA lakota Uondajj night. It Zi 6appo£zd hz Zo&t hilt way and cAowZzd into thz Attack 

to waZt ioA dayZight and that whiZz thzAz hz imokzd ha, pZpz. It haAdly 6zemi po4,-&- 

ibZz that any onz couZd bz 6o caAzZz&6. 

************ 

M^. M. T. Rzthnath, who tivzd nzoA StiZzi, dZzd {ilzdnej,day. 

************ 

WILD RICE ECHOS 

Thz intzAmznt o^ thz infant l>on o^ Ua. and Uu. TAonk Tlzgl occuAAzd in thz Czm- 

ztzAy oi St. John'i, ChuAch in EzZ^oAd Township on thz 5th in&t. Thz paAznts havz thz 

hzoAtizZt sympathy oi thz zntOiz community in thzlA bzAzavzmznt. Thzy AzsZdz In GAzzn- 

iizZd township. Thz chiZd dizd on Tuzsday, thz 2nd inst. 

************ 

FEBRUARY 25, U97 

Thz iamiZy oi Rev. SpZczA, oi WZnona, KV., consisting oi thAZZ pzASons, and 
thAZZ othzA pzopZz, who wzAz visiting thzm, wzAz muJtdzAzd tost Wzdnzsday aitZAnaon. 

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Thz aiimz -ci iiUfipoi>z.d to bz thz wofdk o^ Indlarj, though, nothing dz^lnitz ^ 
fuwwn. Thz whoZz coanXxif afwund Winona. Z6 aJiomzd and iihouZd thz guuZty paJitLzit bz 
iound, ju&tZcz uuXZ p/wbabZy bz £ajtii^zd in a huAAy, A $500 KejxaJi.d ha^ bzzn o^£zn.zd 
by thz itatz. 



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J, F. HoKok A-ztuAnzd SatuAjiiy zvzning, ^Axim liJZnona, MW., w/ieAe hz uxu cuUZzd 
by thz dzath. oi kl& mothzn.. 



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MARCH 4, 1897 

Two haZ^bAzzd Jndiani havz bzzn oAJizitzd a6 connzctzd with thz muJidzn. o£ thz 
Splczn. iamlty at WZnona, WP. A £tfLong gwwd oi Indian potlcz haj, bzzn ^tatZonzd to 
pMzvznt lynching. 



************ 

APRIL J, I«97 

Uu. Adam RotJi dizd ixat Sunday o^ con&umptlon and {unzfiaZ izn.\jZzzi> weAc hzZd 

Tuz&da.y at thz Catholic Chafich, Rev. Fa.. Studnlcka., oHlclaJbing, Thz dzczaj,zd camz 

to thli countfuf ifiom Cz>many ahout a. yzoA. ago and hoi, ilncz tizitldzd uilth hzn. ^amllij 

on a jjo/un iouth 0(J town. 

************ 

APRIL 8, 1897 

Aitzx a ihofiX. UUinzM oi typhoid izvzfi, Uu. Ulkz UauAzA. dlzd loit ThuK&day 

at hzn. homz iouthwzit oi Hanklniion. Ma., and Hu. UauJizt camz hznz inxim AbiAc/iomblz 

abouX th/izz yzaxi ago. Thz huiband and thfizz young chlZd/izn Kvnaln to mouAn hzn. 

untlmzly dzmliz. Thz iunznaZ /,zn.vlcz& wzaz hzZd Satanday at thz St. PkcUpi Chwich. 

************ 

lUSTAm-LY KILLEV. 

Chaj). H. Wafud, nzM agznt on thz Soo t/uUn, woi nun ovzn. and lnita.ntly klZlzd 
In thz HankuUiOn yafuk lait SatuAday zvznlng at 6:30 o'cZock. It 4eem4 that Ma.. WoaA 
camz oveA paj,t thz itoKzi to di&poiz oi dally papzu, and did not gzt back to thz dzpot 
In tlmz to catch thz tAoln. Howzvzn., hz madz an attzmpt by AMnnlng up thz t/iack, pfiob- 
ably thinking that whzn thz tnaln itoppzd at thz Gfieat UofithzKn CAai>^lng hz would bz 
ablz to gzX. aboand. Eat thlJi wa/, not to bz, 4o hz j'umpzd onto thz cabooiz oi a ixzlght 
tnjUn that wai backing up to thz dzpot inom thz Oakzi llnz. Ai nzaJi oi can bz IzaJinzd 
hz itood upon thz lowzfi 6tzp oi thz cahoo&z with onz hand hold oi thz fialllng, whzn thz 
znglnzzn. took up thz llack, thz luddzn ion. thtowlng hun down bztuizzn thz cabooiZ and thz 
nzxt i^zlght cafi. Szvzfial cau paiizd ovzA. kU body j'uit abovz thz hlp^, cAuMhlng out 
lliz In&tantly. Thz Kunalni wzKz takzn choAgz oi by thz town authoAltlzi and Kzmovzd 
to thz town hall., whzAZ thzy weAe pxzpafizd ioK bufUaZ, and 6znt to lAlnnaapotii Sunday. 

Upon zxamlnaXlon It wai iound that not zvzn thz 6kln on thz man '4 bodij woi 
bAckzn whzn.z thz whzzli nan ovzn. him, although zvznjj bonz wait bnxikzn and maj,hzd. Hli 
tUght aAm woi, badly imaj>hzd, and thz ilngznj, oi thz Izit hand bKokzn. 

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^bI.. iiJoAd had be.tn /omning on thl6 tAcUn aJUi uUnteA, and woa a moit gzivtZejnanZy 
ieJJioM. HJji harm tMH In hiinmapoLii, ujhzAz a. vxi^e. and two zhLZd/ian ttvz to mouAn the. 
^>adde.n and tAag-ic dexUh 0|J thz huuiband and ^aX-hzA. It -li not known wheXheA ok not 
he. had any tLit -LniuKancz. 

APRIL 22, 1897 

A Ffiznch haZ^-bfiZzd namtd ktzx Caddot hoi made, a con^eJ>6.ion In KtQOAd to the 
SplceA {^amUiy mimdeA at liJZnona, UV., a {^ew eueefe^ ago, impticatlng a negio haZi-bKeed, 
'Black Hawfe. Both men afie undeA oAfieJit, and a(,teA the conf,eJ>ilon, Caddot attempted to 
cjommit nu.CA.de.. The hea>Ung hoi bezn continazd untuZ Mat/ 8th, that mole evidence mau 
be aoltected. 

Uay 6, 1897 

The mo6t {[iendiih cAAjne In the hiitoKy o^ NoAth Dakota, wcw committed a ^ew dayi 
ago at laAAjnoKe. Aagu6t UoHman, a young man, cut the th/wati, o{^ iouA ioni, oi Knate 
Hltktejad, klZLing two of, them, white, the othex two axe not expected to KecoveA. He 
then a&iaalted Hu. Hllitead and made hli escape. Seofickcng pantlti oAe out and l{^ 
the ^end li, auptuJied, juitLce wlZZ pfiobahty be meted out to him without the old od 
a j'uAif. 

Loit Satufiday moKnlng E. R. CotHni Ktcelvcd a teZegfiam announcing the iad newi 
0(5 tht death oi hU i>l6teA, f^fU. C. H. CfUttenden, oi Wei-t Concond, Vodge County, MW. 
The deceoizd woi about 26 yeaM old and texiveM a haiband and two chUdxen to mouAn 

heJt loii FAimOUm- NEWS ************ 

MA/ 15, 1897 

Augu6t HoKman, the man who muAdeJizd the two boyi of, hlK. and Wik. Kmite Hlitstead 

at LafUmoxe on May Ut, wai captuAed neon. TowneA Zoit Monday, and l6 now conf^lned In 

the. Cuand FokJh j'alt. He admcti hii guilt, but iay6 he wa6 not In hli night mind 

when he committed the ^lendiih cAtme. He ll> cafmiuZZy guoAded, and It li not thought 

that an attempt to lynch him will be. made. ¥oK the good name oi the i>tate he should 

be given a txial and 4>entenced to be hung. But theAe ihoatd not be any unneceJ>6aAU 

delay In hanging the ilejnd, and when he. hoi, been put out oi the way, the wonld will be 

io much the betteA 

************ 

MAy 10, 1897 

The thiAtezn yeoA old ion oi H. 8. Mc MafOww, who liveJ, about ilx mitej, iouth 

oi town, died Monday. The boy had been an Invalid all hii li{,e. 

************ 

MAY 22, 1S97 Emma Welii, the 9 yean, old daughteA oi A^. FeAdlnand Vaapa, died 

Monday monnlng at 3 o'clock, oi dAopiy, aiteA an IZlneii covering ilve months. Through 
all thl& time ihe had been a gKeat iuHeAeA. The iuneAoZ occuAAed Tuesday and the 
Aemalni InteAAed In the Wild Vice. CemeteAy nonth oi town. 

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Q/TLLIAM TVSOM. 

He. wcu, o£ NoJman-EngLLih an.cej>iAij. CaM:zaX Ty^on, a BaAon OjJ England, wcu one. 
oi iht Cfu.t^6 0^ WA^Liam thz ConqaeAOA, Vuke. of^ NoAmandy, who conqaeAzd the. EAAXon6 ^ 
thz 8ih CejnXiuuj oi the. ChfUi,tLa.n Ena. 

Thz 6ionz ccLittt o{^ AZnuiidi and Zti Zandi) -in the. noKth o£ EngZand, compKliZng 
the. bejit pant o£ HoKthumbeJiZand County, wexe. gZveji by the. CcnqueAOA. to CZlbe/ct Ty/>on 
ioK hii) ieA\ii.ceJi -en the -otvoi-con. 

TheJiZ wan. tUiz pnAjn.cJjpZ.eJ) of^ the. Nonman ^oandeA weJiz dXtptaczd -en hu EngZJj>h 
dejicejridanti by thz teacJUng^, o{ Gzon.g& Fox and WiZJUam Venn by the. pnJjicujpZeJt o£ Pea.ce. 

To ejij'oy tkzie undi&tuAbzd, Rynzn. Tyion, with otheAi o^ thz SocZzty o{ ¥nJ.ejidi 
accximpanizd iJlZZZiam Vznn to HoZZand in thz izvejvtzzjnth czntuAy and ^AJim thzncz to Tznn- 
/>yZvania, wheAZ Rynzn. Tyion founded thz .Ame/iican bAxinch o^ thz £ajniZy. 

Hxi dejiczndant, EZUha Tyion, thz plUZanthAopZit o^ ZaZtimon.z, Uan.yZand, umj, thz 
gtuandlcxthzK oi ouA iubj'zct, Eli iathzn. watt WXZZlam Tyion, [Sa..] a pAominznt mltZzn. o£ 
BaJitimoKz, pKopKletoK o^ t'oodbuAy HiLti, and Zatzn. a cJLeAk {^oK thlntzzn yean.6 in thz 
lAzoiuAy Vzpantmznt at Waihington, V.C. K-ci mothzn. wcw EZizahzth Tyion, nee EZZicott, 
0^ thz iamlty <?£ that namz which buuZt ?atap4>co-EZticott UltZl> in 1772 to 1774, now 
EZIi.tott City, oi 5,000 population. Thz^z miZJU wzfiz in opeAation -ftco yzaAi bz^oAz thz 
VzcJtanatlon o^ Indzpzndancz. Thzy ihippzd {Zoun. ovzn. izai in thziA own 4>hipi). Andn.ev: 
EZLizott, hzA bnotkeA, by thz appointment oi TAZiidznt Washington, iun.vejyzd and laid 
out thz Capital oi thz United Statzi. 

WiZZiam Tyion, ouA lubjzzt, wai boAn NovzmbzA 4th, HOT , in thz city oi BaZtimoAz 
UV'. Hz wa& thz iiA&t child oi William and Elizabeth Tyion. Hz had twzlvz bfwthzfu and 
hiMtzAM, all. oi whom with him&zli, weAZ wzZl zducatzd in and nzoA thziA nativz city. 
William alio IzoAned i>iom hii iathzA thz miZZing tnadz. kt vanioui timeji hz canAizd 
on milZi in MoAyZand, JndMina and ZZlinoii. In U40, on KpnJil 16th, hz moAAizd t^any 
Janz AZZzn, daaghtzn. oi Robznt and ELizabzth AZZzn, oi Fawn Gxovz, YoKk County, ?znn- 
lylvania. Thz ceAzmony occuAAzd accoAding to thz ciatomi and nulzi oi Thz Society oi 
TAizndi, in thz pAZizncz oi thz Society at Oldtown Hzeting Hou&z, BaltimoAz, MP. Hij, 
agz wai thzn 35 yzoAi and hii wiiz'i agz 16 yzoAi. 

Hz engaged in gznznal buiinej>.i on hii own account at WoodbuAy and UaAbZzvaZz, MP. 
Hz coAAizd on milling, itoKekzzping, and quoAAying and iawing manbZz ion. thz BaZtimoKz 
and gznznal tAadz. 

In a ieu yeoAi, howzvzA, thz expzmzi zxczzding thz pAoiiti, hz claizd out thz 
zntiAz pZant, and xemovzd to Vonk, Vejmtylsiania, wheAZ hz engaged in itoAeJizzping . HeAz 
hii two oldzit chiZdAzn, RobeAt MZzn and Lewii MZzn, WZAZ boAn. Finding it moAZ con- 
gznial to hii taitz and zducation to teach, hz znteAzd that pAoiziiion at YonJi SpAing^>, 
PA, wheAz kli two nexi childAzn, Elizabeth ElZicott and SamueZ Ellicott, wzAZ bo An. 

AiteAMVidi Aemoving to Eznwick, Columbia County, PA., hz theAZ bzcamz pnlnclpaZ 
oi thz kcxidzmy oi that pZacz. Hii iiith child wai bonn hzAZ and namzd Elliha EdicoAd. 

Whilz hz AZiidzd hzAz thz wan. with tJiexico occuAAzd. In 1S4S hz Aemovzd hii 

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^CMcZy acAoiJ, thz. AZtzgkany moayvtcUni tc Zickmond, IndLLam., and thtace. to nzat Ce.rU.eA- 
u-cLCe, wheAz ht engaged Xji miLUng. HeAZ the. iZxth chitd uxu, boA.n and dlzd. It wca name- 
id ChoAleJ) ShoejnakeA Tijion. He aitznjMVidi, condactzd rnlUU at. Hilton, Waynz Caayvty, Ind- 
iana., and at NuIZi HCZli, Tayzttz CouyUy, wkidi mUJU hz owned. SztUng them hz bought 
an to acJiz ^oAm neoA Huntington, Indiana, whz/iz fie KvnoMzd uuXh thAzz team& Zn mlduiinteA. 

Hii Jionit hznz ia/mzd and cZzoAzd Zand and mafdizted loaZnut tlmbex, ujHxZz WAlZam 
engaged aj> nUZte/i a ^ew mltz& ausjuj, 

Wkitz hztz in 1860, thz wan. £oA thz Union bzgan. To tki& gfizat itAjugglz ioK 
libzfitij and Union, WiZLam Tyion gave {oat 4on4 and hi& ^afum, and tiz-zngagzd in tzack- 
ing at HapZz Gaovz, nzoM. Huntington, Indiana.. HeAZ death invadzd thz innzn. ^anctuoAjj 
o£ hii homz and Kobbed it o£ thz pJizcioa& uu.^z and motheA, Zzaving dz&oiatz thz hzoAt 
o£ hzn. loving kuJ>band and thz heoAti o^, heA wzzping chiZdAzn. Shz wa6 thzn 49 yzoAi o£ 
age in 1864. At thz cJLo6Z oi thz woA, to which hiM dzoA uii^z uxu> fiZaZZy a iacAi^icz, 
thAough anxiety and coAz, WiZtiam Azmovzd kU chiZdxzn to Jxvington, Ittinoij,, to a 
ioAm oi 7.00 acAe^, lea6zd ^oA tujo yzjoAi ^oA wheat AoZiing by hU 4iOni>. Hz continued 
teaching tiZZ vzAy /izczntZy. ^{anjy youthi oi thz Zand in aZZ waZki o^ Zi^z weAz hzZpzd 
in moAoZi and uxiidom by hit initAu.cti.on. At hii death hz waj> pAobabZy thz oZdzit 
tzachzA Ibetng neoAZy 90 yejvu old] in thz Union. Hz boA.z hij, Zait iicknz&^ with Ckfiii- 
tian AZiignation. Hz expiAzd at 5; 20 A.M., t^ay 11, 1897. At thz cZoiing i,cenz hz 
Zz^t mei4age6 o^ Zovz to aZZ hii Aziativzi, and {Aiendii, both nzoA and {oA. HZi Zjut 
^ejitence woi utteAzd in a joy^uZ tAtumphant tonz, &zveAaZ timzi Azpzatzd, "I'm going 
homz to mo thzn.'." 

"How bZzit thz ntghtzouh when hz dczil 

(Uhzn ^inii& a weoAy iouJL to fizit. 

How mildly became thz closing zyzi, 

How gzntZy heaven thz zxpiAing bAzoitl" 

"FoAewzZZl conflicting hopzi and ieaA&, 

WheAZ tightl and Jihadzi olteAnatz dweZZ, 

How bAight thz unchanging monn appejvu, 
"TaAeweZZi Jncon&tant woAld, "TaAewztll" 

Thz ifitendi, oi thz dzceaizd met at thz home o{ hii ion llobeAt A. Tyion at 4 ?M. Uonday 
Hay 24th. The caiket wai adoAned imidz and out by a pAoiuiion o{, beauti^uZ cut iZoweu, 
toitz^uZZy afuiangzd, giiti oi thz Zadizi oi Hankinion and thz nzighboAhood, hit, ioAfiaw- 
ing AeZativeM and iAZzndi . Rev. GzoAgz S. Boicom, poitofi oi thz CongfizgationaZ ChuAch 
at Hankimon, oHicAJxtzd. Hz Azad thz ahovz sketch oi thz liiz and anczitAy oi WiZZtam 
Ty4,on and pAzachzd an eZaqutnt and appKopnlate hZAmon iKom thz text in Numbzu "Oh that 
I may diz thz death oi thz fiightzoui, and that my Za&t end may fee ZZkz HZi." 

AitznjjooAdi, thz ZoAgz concouA&z oi iAizndi vZiitzd thz patiznt iZzzpeA ioA thz 
Zoit timz and hz wai gently boftnz away to the TyionvaZz CemeteAy, wkzAe he uxu a^iect- 
lonateZy intzKAzd on thz eait Udz oi thz g^ezn gJwvz, planted yzoA^ fae- 

{OAZ by kii own handi. Thtnty iouA convzyancej> biou^ht thz pzopZz to thz obizquie^. 



The hzxwCieJX ^ympaXhy o£ tkz teAeaued {fOmltieJ, o{, Ivii duZdAzn, gAnjidckcldAzn, 
and QfizaX.-QKa.ndduZ.dKzn clkz zxXzndzd to dUL kind ^KZzndi who cU).iZitzd ihzm Zn hM> 
4-ccfene^4 and Zn peJi^oKmlng thz Zaj>t &ad KiXzi . 

HANKINSON NBJS MA/ 27, 7«97 

VEATU BY SUICWE 

GEORGE MACHEEL SHOOTS HIMSELF IW THE HEAP IMSTAWT DEATH 

Thz oitizzni 0^ HaniUmon wzKZ 4,taMXJLzd and ihockzd taj>t SaiuKday evening 4>hoK;tly 
a^tzn. £,lx a'clodi. to ZzoAn that Gzokqz UackzzZ had ihot and Zn&tantly kJJiizd h.un6zZ^. 
Thz. itoKif oi thz a££aOL Li a lad onz, and voztt known to aJUi KZiZdznti o^ HankZmon, 
He had bzzn dfilnkZng vzKy hand ioK thKZZ dayi, and cnazzd by wkiiikzy, went homz SatuK- 
dojy zvznlng uilth thz zvLdznt Zntzntion o^ kZUZng thz whotz ^amity. SzztvUng a Kzvol- 
vzJi, hz dKovz kii uiL^z and cKitdKzn oat oi thz hoa6z and thzn wznt up htaJjiM. TKom 
thzAz hz ilKzd once oK t3M.cz thfioagh a uiLndow at Maj,. MazhzzZ, who wai Kanning {^Kom 
thz hoiU,z, bat thz i,hoti> did not takz z^^zct, although ihz izZZ to thz gKoand {^Kom 
^Kxght. PKobahZy thinking hz had \iiZZzd hi& wZ^e., hz tuAnzd thz KzvolvzK on hun^zZ^ and 
iznt a bulZzt cKjiihing Into hli> own bKoZn. Thz .shot zntzKzd thz tkKoat, and taking an 
upuioAd aaoK&z, Zodgzd Zn thz baiz o^ thz bKoZn. 

Not knowing that hzn. hiuband had zndzd hZ& zofUhZy cokzzk, M^. UachzzZ 6woKz 
oat a woKKont ioK hli oKKZit, and whzn HaxihaZ SdiKozdzK wznt to oKKZit thz man, thz 
aw£uZ dzzd wai dlizovzKzd, Thz County CoKonzK was at oncz notl^lzd and thz KZMoZt 
oi thz Inqaz&t showed iacXii pKa.ctlcaZZy oi glvzn abovz. Thz {anzKoZ izKvlzzJt wzKZ 
condaatzd cut thz hoa&z at 3 o'cZock Monday a^tzKnoon, and thz KzjnaZm IntzAAzd In thzlK 
ilnaZ Kzitlng pZacz In thz Gznman LathzKan CzmztzKy. 

GzoKgz MadizeZ, In hl6 caZZlng at a contKacXoK and balZdzK, had pKovzd hlmizZi 
an zxczZZznt woKkman. Whzn 4>obzA, not a bzttzK natuKzd ok moKz congzniaZ man couZd bz 
iound, but whltz andzK thz In^lazncz o^ ZZqaoK hz 4>zzmzd to Zo^z hli Kzaion. HZi iamlty 
had ituiizKzd mack on accoant o^ thZ&. 

Thz wl^z and izvzn chlZdKzn, ^Ivz o^ whom wzKZ hZ& itzp-chlZdKzn, and hli bKothzu 
and ilitzu, havz thz hzaAt^zZZ sympathy o^ thz commanlty In hit, lad and tKaglc znd. 

HANKIUSON WEU/S JUNE 3, IS97 

JUNE 10, 1897 

Tfie tKlaZ oi thz Indlam ioK thz muAdzK oi thz SplczK iamlZy li pKogKZkilng. 
Thz chancz& oKz good ioK aZZ ilvz to takz actlvz poKt In a nzcktlz loclaZ. li thz juAy 
iall6 to convlcX thzm oi mandzn. In thz ilut dzgKzz, and thzy oKz not izntznczd to hang. 
It li izoKzd that a mob wlZZ ilmply lynch thzm. NzoAZy aZZ thz population oi Errmoni 
County li taking In thz tKlaZ, and Indignation Kum ai high now ai at XJiz tlmz oi thz 
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JUNE JO, JS97 

W. E. CampbzlZ Kzc^vtd the. iad ■LnteZtLgzncz Sunday o^ thz dzcuth o^ hii youngest 
bfiothvi, at hu> old homz /.n RadcLL^^^z, Ohio, and dzpoAtzd Monday moAning ioK that pZacz 

Thto HeZLng and 6-LiteA, MA4. Ftfidlnand KJiatue., dzpantzd Zait Fnlday ^on. BeaueA. Vam, 
WI., {lOK a vliAjt to thjuA Icuthzn.. k(^eA thzy had lz{,t, woKd wai, nzzzlvzd hzAz that 
hz had dizd and iMU buJLizd ioMt wzzk. 

GijLbtjii GoVLnlzk, tkz 15 yzoA old i>on oi Ufi. and Uu. kagmt GoUbiick, dlzd WzdnzA- 
day moAJ^Lng at 2 o'clock. He had bzzn itck ^oA. iome timz uxlth dtop-iy, and iu{i{,z>izd 
much. Thz {^unzftaJi uU/Z be hztd thli a^tztnoon. Thz ^amiZy havz thz iympathy o^ tkz 
cormanJXy tn thzOi bzA.zavzinznt. 



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JUNE 17, J«97 

AZex Caudot, one ojj thz mundzfizu o^ thz SplzzA ^amlZy, hoi bzzn izntznczd to be 
hang. Vz^zndeA, anothzt onz q^ thz muAdzAzu, laUZ be txizd nzxt. 



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JULV I, 1897 

In thz tAAjol oi Aagait HoAmand at GAond foAki ion. thz muAdzA oi onz oi thz HiZ&tzd 
boyi, thz j'uAxj, a^tzA dJj,agKe.ZA.ng ioK about ioKty hoafu>, ^InaZZy gave a vzAdlct oi 
gLuZty oi muJidzA In thz ilut dzgizz, and ptaczd thz puniihmznt at tiiz ImpKiiormznt. 
Thz 6zyvizncz woa a ^uApAl&z to many iofi li eueA a man ought to hang thli hloKmand 
ihouZd be thz onz. HoweueA, hz haj> yet to be tnlzd ioA thz muJidzfi oi thz othzt boy, 
and hz vxUUi pfiobabty gzt thz i>znX.zncz hz io Alchty dziZAvzi. 

JULy «, I«97 BISMARCK TRIBUNE 

It li gznztaZiy tAoitzd In GAand FoaJu County that thz jWiy In thz nzxt HoKmand 
ca6z, mLU ilx thz puniihmznt at. hanging. But, li io, a compllcjitlon wllZ oJiiiz. 
Undzt thz vzAdlct Kzadhzd lait weefe hz mZi havz to be punlihzd by InrpnZ&omznt ioK 
tiiz. li thz juAy ilxzi hl6 puniihmznt at hanging, thz quzitlon oAlizi,, Milt hz havz 
to iZKvz ouJt hli tiiz iZKtzncz ilut? Ti io, hanging wiU havz a iw tznAofii ioA. him. 
li, on thz othzA hand, hz li tondzmnzd at thz nzxt txial to hang, and li hangzd, how 

cjon hz iZAvz out hli ilut Imp/uMonmzjntl Thz mattzA li> dgtzd zitkzK way. How much 

zoilzA it would havz bzzn to havz hangzd and izntznczd him ion. tiiz aitznwand. . . 



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JULV 11, I«97 

Wat ti thli country coming to anyway, whzn iuch men (?) aj> Homand, thz LaAlmoKz 
muxdznzn. and KavlihzK, gzt oH with a tiiz sentence, Initzad oi faeoig madz to iuHoJi 
thz pznaUy pKo&cAlbzd by tm ioK iuch a cAAm.nal oi hz li? Thz cyOme ion. whtch hz 
woi tntzd, with which ouK xzadzAi oAz all iamltioA, woi onz In which iuitlcz could only 
be pnopzAly iatliilzd by thz Initiation oi thz dzath pznaZty. But thz dvnandi oi iuit- 
lcz, ioK iomz CMUZ, wzAz appoAzntly ovzAlookzd, wUh thz KziuXt that onz oi thz womt 
muAdzAZU in thz nonthozit gozi to Blimanjck to ipznd thz nmalndzA oi hli tiiz. 

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JULY 11, 1S97 

A vzAy 6ad accUdent occuAAzd cut Joz GuJUiz' 6 placz tuo mltz6 iouXh o^ Stiiz& 
ZcUti ffLidcuj. One o(^ thz kUizd mzn wcu, engaged ^n kauJUng hay, and woi acaompanizd 
to thz iA.zM by Ma. GuJUiz'^ (glvz yzoA. old ion. Whzn tkz load wa& iioAtzd loK ihz 
boAn tkz boy unbzk.nou)n to tkz man, cjiauotzd andzn. tkz wagon £oA. a >u.dz on thz Kzack, 
and it iM iappo-izd hz MOi cAoihzd to dzath bztwzzn tkz xzach and tkz Aack. Thz 
{^anzAoL mcu, hzZd Sunday. 

APRIL 14, U98 KILLED mTH A GUN 

FORMAW, W., APRIL Uth Yzitzn-day a^teAnoon about £oua o'clock, a ion 0|$ UlAULlam 

HuAlzy, EditoA. o£ tkz Satqznt Couiity Indzpzndznt, MOi accidzntly ihot and klllzd. Thz 
boy, who woi about i-ix. yzau o£ age uioi playing Mcth cunothzn. bKothzn. a couplz oi yzau 
oldzA. Thz oldzA. boy ctanbzd -into a buggy in which thzAZ woi a loadzd gun lyi.ng in thz 
bottom ol thz box. Thz youngzn. bfiathzn. ^ollowzd him but uikiZz climbing ovzA thz back 
znd o{i thz buggy, tkz gun was, in iomz mannzA, accidzntZy di-ichcvigzd, tkz change pa&i- 
Ing tkAough thz box and thz boy'i body. Thz mzmbzAi o^ hjj> {^amiJiy oAe panXiculoKly 
attachzd to onz anothzA and tkii iad occvJifizncz lza\jzi thzm nzoJily dlitAactzd uiiXh gALz^. 

Ua6. Aug. KlinnzAt, o^ MantadoA, dizd la&t FKiday at Lakz City, MW., 0({ canczn.. 
Thz AzmcUni weAe takzn to MantadoA ^OA buAial, vohzAZ Rev. J. F. Studnicka o^^Zcixitzd. 
Ma4. KLirmzAt wai 11 yzaAi oi age, and Izavzi a husband and {^ouA ckitdAzn to mouJm hzA 
ton. Thz hzaAJt(iZlt iympatky o^ many ^Aizndi ii zxtzndzd to tkz bzAzavzd family. 



A SUWEN VEATH MRS. LEWIS PRIESS PASSES AWA/ EARLY MONVAY MORWIWG. 



Ma4. Lewii ?Aizii dizd vzAy iuddznly Monday moAning at about onz o'clock o^ 
poAolyiZi o{i tkz hzoAt. Shz gavz biAtk to a ckiZd Izii than a uizzk bz^oAZ, and uiai 
appoAzntly getting along ni.czty uihzn tkz znd camz. HzA dzath li a gAzat ihock to Ufi . 
?Aiziii> , who iji almoit pAOitAotzd with gAizi. Thz iunzAol woi hzld Wzdnziday ai^^e/moon 
at. 3 o'clock at thz GzAman LuthzAan ChuAck, Rev. WaltzAi pAzacking tkz iznmon. Rev. 
Boicom alio madz a jjew AzmoAki in English, and thz Avnai.nl, wzAZ intzAAzd in tkz GzAman 
CzmztzAy ioutkwzit oi$ town. Thz Royal NzlghboAi , o{i whick Ma4 . PAizii wai a mvnbzA, 
and thz Knighti o^ VytkLoi, to wkich oAdzA Ua. VaLzh bzlongi , wzAz in attzndancz. 

Thz new6 oiJ Mas. ?Aizii' dzath iznt iOAAow into thz homzi oi a hoit o^ {^Aizndi 
in Hankinion. ChzzA{,ul and amlablz, ihz madz ^Aizndi with zvzAyonz with whom ihz camz 
ijA contact and hzA dzath will bz kzznly izlt not only in thz homz ^Aom which ihz hai 
dzpoAtzd but thAoughout Hankinion. Thz&z {^Alzndi all unLtz witk tkz Weww in zxtzndtng 
to Ma. PAce44 and Aztativzi thzix iinczAz iympakty in tkii timz o^ ioAAOw. 

Ma4. 3ohnion, UothzA 6{^ MAi . VAizii , wai hzAZ, and hzA ^athzA oAAivzd in timz {,oa 

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ihe. {^u-MAjoZ. M/i. ?fu.u.i' iatheA, mothzA, hAjitzh. and th/izz bn.othzA6 , of^ Evamv^JXe.. 

APRIL ll, 189S COMMITTEV SUICTVE 

JEMTS NELSON EWS HIS LIFE By THE ROVE ROUTE SUNDAY 
Wofid uxxA bxoaght to HankJjUon Monday thaX Jznti NzZion, a ioAmzA ti\jing nofith oi 
StiZzi , had bzzn {^oand hang-Lng Zn hJj> bofm Sunday zvznlng. He had bzzn dzad izvz'iat 
houA6 . Hz Zzavzi a mL{^z and tuio ckltdxtn. Not much Zl> known 04 to thz auLiz o{^ tkii 
/uzih dzzd, but Zt Zi numofizd that domzAtZc t/ioubZz Z& ^Z6pon&ZbZz, and that a cznXaZn 
6chooZ tzachzA Zn that nzZghboAAood, who hoA iZnaz bzzn oidzAzd to cZoiZ hZi ichooZ, Zi 
at thz bottom o^ thz domzitZc tAoubZz. 

Vx. H. N. AueAi/, HzaZth CommZ&^ZonzA o{^ UlnnzapoZLi , wai ^ound dzad Zn bzd at 
FoAjvan, NV., Sunday. HzoAt t/ioubZz Zi iuppoizd to bz thz cauiz o^ hZi 6uddzn dzjnZiz. 
Hz wa6 at thZi tZmz takZng a (^zw day4> fiz&t {^fiom hJj> dutZzi, . 

Thz zZght monthi old gZnZ baby o^^ Ma., and Ma4 . Hznxy Bohn, o{i GKzat Bznd, dZzd 

Tuz^day. 

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APRIL 28, 1898 

Thz 6zvzn yzoA old daughtzn. oi Uk. and Uu. 0. W. MathZzion, o{i MoizZlz, dZzd 

at,thz homz Oi$ Wii, . M. J. Vu^zy on Sunday. Thz ZZttZz onz waj, brought to HanhZn&on 

TKidojj {^01 tAZjatmzYvt uUth Vft. Spottiwood, ^ox pzAnZcZoui anzmia but 4 fie had aZxzady 

poMzd thz poZnt whzAZ mzdZcaZ 6kZtt wouZd avoLZ. Thz body wai> takzn to UoiztZz Moia- 

day {^on. Zntzmznt. 

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Wa.. and MA4 . GKOikJuXz, £ouA miZz6 iouthzait o^ town, Zoit thzVi 5 montki, old 

daughtzA. Sunday. 

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HAy 5, 1898 

UKi. H. L. Gxzzn, oi Cayuga, a 4,Zitzx to J. J. and J. R. Jonz6, dZzd \JZAy 

^uddznZy at hzn. homz Sunday of^ pnzumonZa. Thz xemaZni wzAZ brought to HankZmon 

Monday {^ofi ZntzAinznt, and a lajigz zoncounitZ o{^ {^xZzndi paZd tkzZn. Zait Kzipzcti, to 

thz dzpoAtzd onz at thz czmztzAy. Thz fizZatZvzJi oi thz deceased havz thz hzanX^^zZt 

sympathy 0]$ thz communZty. 

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MAY 26, 1898 VEATH OT MRS . HANSON .. . 

VZzd, at Stllzi, May 4, 1898, oi pZuAoZ pnzumonZa, Mftk . Hamon, daaghtzx 0|$ Mx. 
and Mxi . C. E. StZMont, agzd 26 yzau, 11 montki and 6 dayi . 



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M/L4. Hanion wcu> not 6Zck qiuXz a wzzk, and boKz hzA. ^a£{tnA.ng paZizniZij and 
vciXhouX compZaUjUng. 

Shz u}a& a ifuiz and Zav^Jig uii^z and a kind and a^^zctlonatz motkzfi. Shz had 
many yu.zndi> and twu tikzd and bztovzd by aZZ who knew hzA. Shz Zzavzi a hiiiband, 
ihfizz i>maZZ ckiZdAzn, a ^athzn., mothzA., ^vz 4,Z6teAj, and onz bKotkzn. to mouAn hzA. 
Za.l).l>. Shz uiiXZ bz gAzatly mil>^zxi among hzA ZoAgz (UacZz o^ (fUzmdi. 

Thz ianzfuxZ iZAvZczi WZAZ hzZd in ihz M. V. ChuAch aX LLdgzAuood, Rev. VanZtZ 
SpAingzn. oi^ZcUatlng and thz cJiuAch choAJi iappZizd thz miuZc. Thztz waj, a long ^unzAoZ 
pKocz6.i,Zon and thz chuAch urn, i-itlizd to thz doofu, vaith ifu.zndi> and nzZghbofu, who camz 
to takz paJit in thz iad fUtz&. Thz body wa& intzfifizd in PZzjuant Vafik CemztzAy nofitk o^ 
LidgzAwood. 

JUWE 23, n9i 

Thz two yzajL oZd daagktzn. o{ MA4. Annlz AndzAion dizd yz&tzfiday a^tzAnoon o^ 
dlphjjaznla, and thz iunzAot wa6 held thi& a{,tzAnoon. M-w. Andzuon had but KzazntZy 
moved (^Kom kppZtton, UU., and JLk Zlving in thz oZd Kzitau/aint biUZdZng on thz noKtk iZdz. 



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JULY U, U98 OBITUARy 

f.fA. VatAldk SMZZnzy dZzd in tZma towmhZp on Monday moAnir^g, JaZy Tlth, at 
7:30 o'cZock, 0^ ZLvzA compZaJjit. He had bzzn ZIZ ion. &zvznjxZ montJu> pait, and it 
6zzmzd that thtn.z wcu no hzZp, cu, aZZ that mzdicaZ ilUZZ zouZd do waj, donz £oA him. 
Thz phyiicam, ga\jz but tittZz hopz o^ kU fizcovzAy. 

hUi. Swzznzy wa& boA.n in Mayo County lAzJiand, 6zvznty 4 even yzoAi ago, and camz 
to AmzfUca whzn about zi.ghtzzn yzoAi o^ age. He and ki& {amiZy camz to Dakota £Aom 
St. CAoix County, '^ii^conJiin, iixtzzn yzanj, ago. Hz ij> &uAvi\Jzd by hJj> wi^z, ^ivz dmi- 
ghtzAi and thAzz 4o»ti, and onz bJiothzA who Zivzi in Cf-ciconi-ot. 

f-\A. Swzznzy had a gxzat many ^Aizndi . Hz wai a good ChfuMtian, uphight and 
gznZAOui,; a kind ha&band and a Zoving and induZgznt ^athzA, and wiZZ bz mi&izd vzAy 
much in ka> homz and by a ho4tt o£ ^Aizndi. 

Thz nzmaini wzAz ioZiowzd by a Zafigz concouAiz o^ lAizndi to thz St. VhJJLip'i) 
CathoZic ChuAch, whzAZ thz iunznaZ iZAviczi wzAZ hzZd. 

Thz NEUS unitzii with many inlzyidi in zxtznding sympathy to thz bzAZjavzd ^airJ^Zy. 

cm) OF THANKS 

Thz family o^ PatAick Swzznzy dzMifizi, to zxpfizM thziA iinczAz thanki to thzOi 

many ifiizndj, ^oh. thz sympathy and many acti, ol kindnzd-k zxtzndzd to thzm in thziA 

bzAzayzmznt. 

V. SWEENEV. 

JULV 28, 1898 

Thz aged mothzA o£ Hznman EoZdt, who Zivz6 a ihonX dlitancz 6outh o^ town, 
dizd yzitzKday, and thz iunzAoZ wai, hzZd tkU manning at thz GzAman Luthznan ChuAch. 

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AUGUST 77, 1S9S 

GcvzAnox FAank A. E'Lcgg^ ditd at hil> homz Zn EcimoAcfe Tazidzy moKyujig, a^i^A a 
tuiQeAAjiq AZtm^4. VivUng t!iz ticzZvz yzcuu fie wen In pubtlc ti^z, cl& tAejuuAZA. o^ 
UoJitan County iJou/l tzAmi, aj> StaXz AadCtoA. one tznm, and ai, Govznnan. hz haj, madz many 
iJu.znd&. Thz zntUiz itatz ^zzli 6hockzd at hii dzath, and aJUL hzoAtily iynpatklzz with 
UfiM. B/Lcgg4 and hzK daughtzA. 

Thz dzath ojj GovzAnoX Etcggi pZa.czi Lizat. GovzAnox VzvZnz ^ thz zxztutvjz duuA 

antlt thz iVut oi JanuoAy, JS99, SznatoA C. B. UttLz, pAziZdznt oi thz izmtz, mXZ 

act az> tizLitznant govzAnoA. 

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SEPTEMBER 7, 7S9« 

Thz yzoA old ckUd o^ TKonk Ga&tinan dizd Uondny and vxv> buAczd Wzdnziday. 

Thz 8 months old boy oi MfU. JuLLan lOiziiaZ dizd zoAly tkU mofuning, o^ ckolzAo. 
infantum. Thz Azjra^jii, uizAZ takzn to Havana on thz GAzat HoKthzfun today ^OA /jvtzAmznt 
bzJiZdz HiA.. Kn.zi>iat and anotkzA duld. Thz bzAzavzd mothzA ha6 thz 4>ZnceAZ iympathy oi 
many {^fiZzndi, . 



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MRS. HOW VEKV 

kl, thz UB}1S gozi to pAZii we IzoAn that Uai, J. C. Lloyd l& dzad. Shz had bzzn 
qvUtz. low ioA &z\iZAal wzzki, and hzA AzcovzAy woi not thought to bz poiiibtz. Thz Kz- 
malm wzfiz taken to Nzznah, W1., {oa IntzAmznt. 

Qmng to thz tatznzMh oi thz houA no £unthzA poAticuLxAi can bz had tkih Ziiuz. 



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SEPTEMBER 8, U98 THE DEATH OF MRS. LLOYV 

Ai Hxu b/Uz^ly mzntionzd In thz WElt'S la&t weefe, HAi.J. C. Lloyd dizd at 10 o' 
clock ThuA&day night, o^ canczA o^ thz stomach. Shz had not bzzn wzll iofi a yzoA, bat 
xX tau aboat two months ago that hzA condition uxu conildzAzd scftloiLS. VuAing thz tuio 
wzzks pJUoA to hzA. dzmlsz shz szzmzd to approach dzath at ^Azquznt IntzAvals, and It 
was a hand stAogglz to tivz. Shz saU^e.d a gxzat dzal. 

Uas. Lloyd was oBout sixty ilvz yzoAS oi agz, and Is suAvlvzd by hzA husband, J. 
C. Lloyd, and ^ouA ckUdAzn, Gzo. E. Lloyd, kshland, O/T.; hlAS. Tloszna. VlstzAOA^. Cold- 
bAook, WI.; HzxbzAt Lloyd, o^ Hankaison, and (.{as. UaAiz LoSoaa, oi Coldb/iook., WZ., who 
has attzndzd hzA mothzA thAough hzA slcknzss, and Is now hzAZ to kzzp hou^z ioA hzA 

iathzA. 

Thz fizmalns WZAZ takzn to Nzznah, WI., ioA buAial. Many iAiznds unttz In zx- 
tznding woAds oi sympathy to thz bzfizavzd iamlly. 

A COLV BLOOVEV MURPER 
Last TAiday night a hoAvzst hand namzd feAge %e was muAdzAzd In a Ullwaukzz box 
caA at SpznAjj Udlng, iouA milzs nofiXh oi kbzACAomblz. He was Aiding i^om b!ah.pzton to 
FoAgo, and whzn thz tnaln Stopped at thz siding tea mzn got Into thz zoa and shot Kim 

L^9\ 



(five, timzi. Thzij took what monzy hz had., .about $3 and then thjiew hbn out o^ thz 

can.. He madz kL6 way to a {^oAm hotuz, and ^Aom thztz uxu> takzn to AbztcAombZz, wheAz 
hz 60on dlzd {,flX3m ka> woundi,. Hz gavz a ittigkt dz&cfUptlon o^ kii muAdzu bz^oKz 
hz dizd, and thz Tango potLaz oJiz on thz Zookout. 

Thz tUttz daaghtzn. O)} M/t.. and Mw. F. C. Vavli dlzd Za6t TuLday night. 

Ufi. and lAfUt. Wm. BaliZzy mouAn thz dzath o^ an 8 monthi otd zhiZd who poi-izd 
away toit Sunday. 

Mm. Joe Rodd, 0($ GKzat Bend, dlzd Taziday a{,tzAnoon OiJ VuzKpzfiaJi £zvz>i. Shz 
had bzzn ilck ioK izvzAol wzzkl, and had iuiJiJeAed a g/izat dzal. Thz iunzfiaZ woi hztd 
today. Mant/ ^filzndi zxtznd i>ympathy to thz bztzavzd ha&band and chlZd/izn. 

SEPTEMBER 75, 1896 

Thz Emp/:ei4 o^ kuitnla. woj) al,6a66lnatzd Z£U>t SatuAday at Gznzva, SMitzz>itand, 
by an Jtatian anoAchlit, namzd Laccziil. Shz wai 61 yzoAi o^ age. 

VEATH OF CHAS. BLAVOOI 
HE PASSEV AWAV EAUV LAST SUNVAV MORNIWG. . . 

Chai. Ztojdow dlzd at hil, homz ilvz rrlZzi> nofitk oi Hankln6on lait Sunday moaning 
at 7 o' cZodz. Hz had bzzn 6lcJi about tzn day^ with Inflammation o^ thz bowzti. 

Ma. Eiadow woi welt known thfwugh tka> pafit o{^ thz zountxy a6 a gznlal, wholz 
6oulzd man, and thz Kzpofit o^ hli> dzath cainzd gzneAal hofifwwlng. Hz had aliaay^ bzen 
a hand wonklng wan, and had jait gotten hJj> pZacz on thz W^d Rice ij^xed up In fflnz 
ihapz. 

Hz Izavzi) a wl{,z and two ioni to mouAn hl6 deml&z who havz thz sympathy oi thz 
entlAz zommuYiity In thzOi beAzavemznt. Hz wa& a mzmbeA. o{i thz HodeJin Woodmzn o^ Amznlza 
In which ondeJi hz coAAlzd $2000. Imutancz. 

Thz iuneAaZ wa6 held Tuz&day a^^eAnoon at 1 o'clock at thz GeAman luthznan ChuAzh 
whzAz a ZaAgz gatheAlng o^ inlendh paid thzln la6t ne^pzcti to thz dzpantzd. 

SEPTEMBER 22, 1898 fEATH OF CHAS. SCHROEPER 

A LIFE OF MUCH SUFFERING CLOSEV SATUROAV MORNING. . . 
Chai. SchAozdeA dlzd at eleven o'clock SatuAday manning a(fieA an lUnzii o{, 6zv- 
zAol wzzkj). Thz newi o(^ hl& dzath wa& not wholly unzxpzctzd, ai thz doctoti, had about 
given up hope Oi$ hl& nzcovzny. About zlghtzzn on twznty yzau ago, whllz hunting in thz 
woodi o{i lAlchlgan, hz was shot tknough thz lung-i,, and hoi nzvzn bzzn what might be 
tznmzd a well man ilncz that tlmz. Hz hoi iuHzAzd a gnzat dzal In thz pa&t iew yzau 
^nom tkU accldznt, and at vanloui tlmzi hoi bzzn cjon{,lnzd to hl& bed. 

Ma. SchAozdzn had held thz oHicz oi Town hiauhal ion thz past two yzam , and has 

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Ktio been Kocd ovzA6e.eA. He. woa a chjcwtut member, 0(J thz UodeAn iiloodmzn o{^ AmzAlcjx, 
and aifuiitd $5000. -in&u/umct ■in the. ondeji. He lza\ju a. mL^z and ^-cve cklZdJizn, bej,A.d(Ut 
otheA. nzcui A.eXajtivz6 to mouAn kii dzmliz, who have the. iijmpcuthy oi the. en-tcAe community. 

The {^uneAcit woi heZd lAondajj a{,teAnoon, the. Woodmen taking choAgz o^ It, at the 
GeJunan LuthzAon ChuAch. Rev. F. WaJLteA6 o^{^ciated and thz Kemaln^ InteAAed In the. 
GzAman CemeZeMj. 

SEPTEMBER 29, IS9« 

THE CLOSING CHAPTER OF THE LITE OF OWE OF OOR NEIGHBORS... 
The. Chicago ChAonlctz 6ay6: 

"Bznzath hli izAvicz haX. and lotdlzA cZothzi, which oAz hanging on a da&ty waZt, 
tizi) thz fiemoAjUt o{, kibzAt Eckdol, Vfilvatz In GfUgibyi' Rough TUdeAi. Thz blzA lb oi 
plnz and thz paJUL lit a gfujny olZ cLoth. SuAAounding thz dead ioZdlzA oAz boxei and 
bugglzi and uoagoni, and thz paAophzAnaLia oi a llveAy itablz." 

"Thz body oi thz man who izZZ bznzath thz whzeZ& oi a tAotiy coA at Tofcty Szvznth 
and ThAoop Sfizztl a wzzk ago KejnaA.n anciaJjnzd In thz back Koom oi Kenny' i Uofiguz, 
5432 HaJUtzd Sfizzt. Wo one wat.chz& oveA It. Thz body llzi> In a. cohneA oi the loom, 
and thz zmployzz& oi thz itahZz waih thzln. bagglti and mznd thzlA haAnz&6zi>, with 
icoAczly a thought oi thz man who oUzAzd kii ieAvlczi ioK honoK oi kii count/iy." 

"AlbeAt flichaeZ, who woi wlXh Echdoht at thz timz oi thz accident, ioiyi fie madz 
zvzMj poiilblz ziioAX. to communlcatz thz death oi kii companion to thz KeXxitiveJi and 
inJizndJi oi thz dead ioldlzA, but he haj, not iucczzdzd. TxoopeA IKichazZ koa bzen \jlilX- 
Ing kii iAlzndi, who llvz at 4732 ThAoop StAzzt, and hz iayi hz haj, ipznt all kii 
monzy In tAylng to Zocatz iomz onz who would claim thz body. 

"Kenny, who holdi thz body, iayi hz hca zxhaaitzd all mzam oi locating thz leZat- 
Ivzi oi thz ioZdlzA. And dating all thli tlmz thz undeAtakzA hoi not placed thz body 
In a coiiln, noK hoi hz xesnoMzd It to a placz moKz ilt ion. thz dead. Hz iayi thz ex- 
pense attached to iach a pfvoczduAz li thz cauiz oi tkii nzglzct. So In thz dingy itablz 
In thz KeoA oi kii ihop llzi thz tAoopzAi body. 

"I havz donz my bzit to ilnd thz xelatlvzi oi thz ioldizA, but without avalZ," ^: 
iold Kenny yziteAday. "Ti T can obtxuin pzAmliilon ifiom thz CohoneA I vxitl bwuj thz -; ,. 
man tomoinow In GKzzm^ood CemztzAy. Oi couAiz thz iWixoundlngi oi thz body oAz not £^ - 
zlzgant, but It li thz bzit J can do, and J will Kzczivz nothing iofi tzleg^pking and jr. - 
embalming." — ■ ' 

"When TKoopeA Hichael woi told that thz undznXakeA would Kzczlvz nothing ioK thz -■< _, 

zxpznizi oi a iunznal hz iald that whzn thz cZothzi oi kii dzad companion weAz izanch-^ j^ 

zd ^52 woi iound In thz pocketi. Hz iayi tkii will go towafidi paying thz zxpzni,zi x r^^; 

Co I— 
oi a iunzAol" ^ m 

Echdohl woi a xzildznt oi Udgznu:ood, whznz hz wai zjnployzd In a haAdiMKz itofiz. g 
Some tlmz ago hz wa.i engaged to an zitlmablz young lady theAZ, and a ihont tunz bzioKz 
thz wzddlng iuddenly dlJ,appzaA.zd. Hz leXuAnzd about ilx monthi lateA, and undeA ihotgun 
Iniluenczi manAizd thz gvil who wai about to become a mothzn.. Thz dilZd wai bo^, and 

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IcLtex EckdohZ zntl&tzd with. TAxiop G., IzavZng hii mI^z and babi/. Atw . EchdohZ met anothzA 
man, Zi, i>aui to havz ^aZZzn -in Zovz on />lglit, and Iniititutzd dLivon.cz pAxizzzding^, iKom 
h&n. huiband. SzAvZcz woi madz by puh-ticatAxn, and thz divoA.cz action wa& to havz come 
up on thz daij thz nzM oi kU accidzntaZ dzath wai A.zczZvzd in Lidgznwood. EchdohZ fenew 
nothing o^ thz pnoczzdlng& , and woi on kii way homz to m.£z and baby, whzn hz mzX hii 
&ajd dzath. 

Thz dzad man hoi no connzctioni at LidgzAuood, oiZdz ihom hli wcije, which pttobaJoly 
accounts ion. no Znttnuctiom bzZng n.zczZvzd ^nom thznz aj> to thz diipo.&ltZon o^ thz 



n.zmaZn&." 



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VEATH OF MRS. HEMRV MITTA6 

^J^n^. HznAy UUXtag, ilitzn. oi Wm. StnubzZ, who has bzzn UUL {ok homz tbnz, and 
xzczntZy wznt to Chicago to nzczlvz mzdlcaZ tAzcubrnznt, dlzd In that clXy ZoMt Sunday 
a£tzn.noon at 3:30 o'cZock. Thz ha&band o^ dzczaazd nztuAnzd Wzdnz&day night with thz 
n.zinalni to HankZnion, and limzdlateZy wznt £n.om hznz to Gnzat Bend, wfie^e thz iunnAaZ 
wcw hzJid today cut TO o'clock. 

It MXLi thought M/14. l^lUtag would Kzcovzn, until la.i>t fnZday whzn i>hz wai^ takzn 

with a AzZapiz, which zndzd with thz abovz nziuZt. Shz Izjivzi a haiband and ^Ivz 

chiZdnzn togzthzn. with many ^nlznds and xziatlvzito mowm hzn. Zoi,i. 

************ 

OCTOBER 6, IS9« 

Uynon CanXzn, who dlzd at thz hospital wa& bunZzd at thz County 'i expzn^z Isut 

(Uzdhzidajj. ************ 

OCTOBER 13, IS98 

Rlchand TahnfUck, agzd 16 yzaJU, dlzd at hi& homz nonth oi MoizZtz Monday o^ 

appzndlcltl6 . Thz ^unznaZ wai hzZd yzitzxjday at Gnzat Eznd. 

************ 

OCTOBER 11, n9S AT REST.... 

MRS. WIPPERMAW VIEV VERY SUVVENLV WEVNESVAY AFTERWOOW... 

Wu>. M. A. OllppzAman, wl^z o^ thz County Audlton., dlzd vzny iuddznZy at hzn homz 
In WahpzXon, yz6tznday aitznjwon at 2 o'clock. On Sunday, Oct. 16th, ihz gavz blnth to 
a gZnZ baby, and wai appanzntZy gzttlng along nlczZy, whzn ihz luddznZy began to gnow 
woA&z, which n.zi>uZtzd In hzn dzath. 

Angelina Shipz woi bonn at Shamokln, PA., on Hay 11 , U73. In Szptejnbzn, 1S90, 
ihz Kzjnovzd with hzn panznti to thli placz. Shz wai moAnlzd to Max A. Wlppznman on 
t^ay 1 , 1S95. Thzjy llvzd In Hankimon until thz wlntzn o^ 1896-97, whzn thzy movzd to 
Wahpzton. M/ti . Wlppznman wai a membzn o^ tliz Wahpzton Congn.zgatlonaZ Chunch. 

Thz neici OjJ hzn. dzath camz oi an aw^ul ihock to hzn hoiti o^ £nlzndi In thii 
vicinity, by whom ihz wai gnzatZy Zovzd and nzipzctzd, Shz wai a loving wl^z, a ^alth- 
iuZ daaghtzA and ^nlznd to aZZ who knzui hzn. Shz Izavzi to mounn hzn dzmliz a huiband, 

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and doLLQhtzu, ^oXheA and mothzn. and tMO bAothsA^, Sam and Ed., who havz the. sympathy 
0^ thz zorrmujuMj Zn thtln. Zoi-i. 

Thz ^^ma^n^ mil be bnjoa.Qht to iianiUn6on by ipzclal t/uUn on the. GKzaX NoAXheAn 
1:30 P. M. Tnlday, and the. iimeAoJL conducXtd at the. CongAzgaX^anaZ ChuAch by Rev. G. 
5. Bo^com o{ tkU pZacz, and Rev. G. B. BoAnei, o^ iUahpzton. 

NOl/EMBER 3, IS9« 

FUNERAL or WR5. WIPPERMAN 

Tht ^oneAal o^ Mw. M. A. fJlAjppznman waj> hztd Ttuxiay a^tzJuwon aX the. CongAtgat- 
ZonaZ Chafich, Rev. JerJUm, o^ VwZght, Rev. BoAnei, o^ Wahptton, and Rev. Ea^com, o^ 
tku ptacz, oliZcJxuiinQ. Thz A.emaZyi& aJuU\Jtd oveA. thz GAzat NoxthzAn by ipzcJjdL tnju.n 
at 12:40, accompanlzd by a Zoaqz nimbzA o^ i,ofUwmjng ^Alzndi ^Aom WahpeXon. 

Tht ^zAmon and xemvUii at thz cJuiAch wzfiz vzAy touching, and vozAz Zl&tznzd to 
by many sympathizing ^Ju.znd& o^ thz dzpoAtzd. 

Thz voAloai, oKdzAi, to which f-lAi W^peAman bzZongzd wzAz A.zpKZizntzd, and thz 
iZofiaZ. tAibuXsJt {jfiom thziz oAdeAM and ^Kizndi wzAz eZaJboKoXz. 

Thz fiejnainit weAZ ZntzfiAzd in thzZn. fiziting placz in thz HanlUn&on CzmzteAy. 

WOl/EMBER 10, 1S98 

MRS. MOHE, PEAP 

AFTER MOWTHS OF SUFFERIWG SHE ?ASSED AIHAV FRIPAV hIJGHT 

At 9:45 o'cZock TAiday nZght thz splAiX o£ M/L4. W. H. Hohz viingzd it6 way ^Aom 
t}uj, zoAth to thz gfizat unknown. WhiZz hzn. dzath was not whoZZy anzxpzctzd thz neun, 
was a gAzat shock to many ^Aiznds . 

Last Tzb/moAy, Uas. Mo/ie was sZck with mzasZzs, iAom whJidn. KzsuZtzd qaick cons- 
umption. Alt that mzdical skill could do was donz ion. hzA, but shz contlnuzd to gfiow 
stzadiZy woASZ, until hzA su^izAlngs wzAz zndzd TAiday night. 

fiinnlz Godzjohn was boAn MovzmbzA 29, 1877, and would havz bzzn twenty onz yeoAS 
oi agz thz 29th o^ this month. ApAil 28, 1894 shz was moAAlzd to W. H. Uohz. 

Thz iunzAol was held Sunday a^tzAnoon at thz GzAman Luthznjxn ChuAch, Rev. WaltzAS 
pAzaching thz szAjnon, and thz AzmainS intzAAzd in thz GzAman CemeteAy. A ZoAgz concouuz 
ai iAiznds iolZowzd thz remains to thziA Zast KZSting pZjicz.., .thz iinal tAibutz o^ thz 
z&tzzm in which shz uxls held. 

Ma. Uohz has thz sympathy o^ thz zniiAZ community in his bzAzavemznt. 

W. F. BOHN PEAP 

W. F. Eohn dizd at his homz in CAzat Bznd last ThuAsday. He has bzzn aUtictzd 
with consumption ion. somz timz, and spznt last wintzn. in Caliionnla. WhlZz theAZ hz 
szemed to bz much bzttzn., but upon his n.ztuAn to his homz Zast spnlng he gA.ew woA^e, 
and ion. thz past ninz months has bzzn conilnzd to thz housz. 

Hz had many intends in thM, vicinity who mounn his death,and who zxtznd sympathy 
to thz AzZatives oi thz dzczaszd. Thz iunznal was held SatuAday. 

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JANUARY 12, 1S99 

Laclzn, thz tittZz ion o£ Mt. and Ufu> . B. F. GJum, uxa taJizn awat/ by tkz G)Um 
RzapeA lcu,t SaiuAdaif d^izAnoon. Tkz Litttz izZZow wu tioo yzoAi and zlght mon.t:h& o^ 
agz and dle.d {^fiam an attack oi tomZtiXli. The. iunzAol izjivJidZJt, we^e hzM at thz P^w- 
bytdJujin ChuAch Monday a^teAnoon. Thz QfUz^ 4>tAA.ckzn iamU.y havz thz sympathy o^ thzlA 
many ^A^zridi i.n tSuJ, community HAWEY HERALP. 

M/L. and Uk6. Gfiam havz a hat o^ i>J.zndi, In thll vZclnZty uiho uxUZ zxtznd to 
thzm hzcuitizJU. sympathy In thz toii oi tkzln. tUtlz onz. 

VEATH OF MRS. HALOV 

Ma6. a. K. Matoy dizd at Zivz/uZdz, CA, bJzdntiday, Jan. 4th, o^ comumption. 
She. had been 4-ccfe iomz timz with thz dAzad dZizcuz, and a6 a laj,t jiz^oaX wznt to 
SouthzAn CaZl^oAnla a (Jew wzzLi ago, Thz tnlp wcls a long onz, and, tagzthzA vxitk thz 
AaxUcxui diangz In dUmatz, agg/ULvatzd hzA tJiouhZz and ihz £a<J.zd fiapldZy. Ma.. Maloy 
wa6 tzZzgfiaphzd {,oK and itoAtzd F/Uday, t?ec. 30th, and Kzachzd RivzuZdz thz day Wu. 
Malay dizd. Thzlt otdz&t daughtzA., PzAcy, madz thz tAA.p to thz coast uiith hzA mothzA. 

In AzgoAd to thz ^unzAoZ iZAvZcti thz NEWS haj> bzzn anabZz to obtain Inionmatlon 
zxczpt that thz ZntzAmznt vuJU. takz ptacz at ToAAmoant, bat thz tXmz Xjt noi known ai, yzt. 

To thz htuband and thAzz chZtdAzn who 6UAvZvz hzA thz NEWS anltzi> with a ZoAgz 
numbzA o^ ^AA.zndi Zn zxtzndZng Sympathy , 

JANUARY 19, IS99 

FaWERAL OF MRS. MALO^ 

Thz ^unzAoZ o^ Mai,. A. K. UaJLoy, who dizd at ZlvzAiZdz, CA., Jan. 4th, was hzZd 
at FaZnmoant. Tutiday at thz M. E. ChuAch, Rev. F. L. Rhodzi, ojj FoAman, pAzaching thz 
iz/unon. A loAgz dzlzgatZon {^Aom thz locaZ lodgz o^ Royal NzZghboAi, o^ which MA4. Maloy 
waj, a mzmbzA, attzndzd thz ^anZAol. 

Thz iloAoX. dzcoAotionlt ^Aom thz Royal NzlghboAi and ModzAn Woodmzn, and ^Aom thz 
Woodmzn o^ thz iiloAld, weAe bzatiti^ul. Thz Azmalnl, weAe IntznAzd Zn thz czmztzAy about 
£ouA mZlz6 za&t o£ VaJjimount. 

FEBRUAR/ 9, 7«99 

Mu. HznAy HoZtz, ^oAmznZy Ma6. Toutz, dizd quZtz luddznly thZi wzzk and wai 

buAZzd today at thz CzAman CzmztzAy. 

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VEATH OF W. H. SHIPE. 

ME VJEV VERY SUWENLY SUUVAY MOWING OF HEART VISEASE 

Lci:£ a ^ZcLik o^ tcgktrvLng ^Axim a cJLzaJi iky camz ikz 4>ad ZrUeZLigzncz Sunday 
moAjiaig thaX W. H. S/ucpe vxa dzad. Thz nciOA iprnad vzAij ftcLp^dZy XhAough ihe. v-CIZjigz, 
emd cxu>t a. de.e.p gloom ovzA aZJL cXiczena. Thz dzaih was 40 iuddzn thaX thz nzuii could 
4,caA.czty bz CAzdLUizd, buX. Zt woi tAiiz, and. kz who had mZnglzd vxUh (U a ^ew houAJ> bz- 
iofiz, and thzn appa/itntZij In hZi aiuaZ hzalXk, had been zallzd to hli Kiuiatid. 

¥on. Jiomz tbnz poit Hfi. Shipz had bzzn tAouhlzd lalth kii hzoJct, but. thz d^zaiz 
had not kzpt hJjn ^fwrn cuttzndlng to kilt 6tMZne44 . At tunz6 hz had had fainting ipzZli, 
and Zt woi in onz o^ thziz that dejutii came. On Sunday moA.nlng about 7:20 o'clozk hz 
zomplainzd 0(J not izzLing wzlZ and haJt up Zn bed a ^zw mlnuutzi, whzn thz txouhlz camz 
on and hz {zlt back, and bz^oAZ a phy/>Z(Uan zouZd bz iummonzd, had pai/,zd away. 

Thz ^unzAol OKU hzZd Tuzbday aitzfinoon at thz houiz. Rev. W. H. Gimblztt oHlc- 
Zating. A loAgz dzZzgatZon oi thz lodgz 0^ IHoodmzn 0^ thz WoAZd, o^ whZch Ufi. ShZpz 
woi a mzmbzfL, wexz Zn attzndanzz to pay thz lait t/iZbutz o£ AZipzct to tkiZn. dzczaizd 
bAothzfi, 04 weAe alio many ^AZzndi. Thz Zntz/unznt took plazz Zn thz HankZnion Czmztzfiy. 

WiZlZam Hznty ShZpz wai boxn Jane 2ith, 1846, at MoouzhuAg, PA. Hz wa& moJinZzd 
to AngzlZna R. John on Vzaembzn. 8th, 1868, at ShamokZn, PA. In 1879 hz camz to thz 
noKthozit, locatZng at ULnnzapotii , and become onz OjJ thz iZnm oi thz (llZtiofid S HoKtk- 
way Hig. Co, 

On Szpt. 19, 1890, M/l. ShZpz camz to Hankijuon and Zn company uiZth J. J. Jonei 
4taAtzd thz RZchZand RollzA HUZi, whZck ZntzAZit hz dZj>poizd 0^ Zn 1895. In thz ipKZng 
0^ 1896 hz, vaith M. A. WZppzAman, bought out thz haAdwafiz and £uAnZtan.z ba&Znzi-i 0^ Up- 
ham S SpAaguz, Zn whZch buj,Znz&4, hz wa6 Zntzfizitzd at thz tZmz 0^ hZJ, dzath. 

VunZng thz nZnz yzofu, o£ hOi. ShZpz'.i> buiZnz&i coazqji in HankZn&on aZZ who had 
dzalZngi with hZm ^ound hZm to bz upfiZght and iquaJiz dzatZng, and hz madz a ho4>t 0^ 
^AA.znd6 by whom hz wZll bz gfizatly mZiizd. Hz Izjivzc a wi^z and tuo 6oni, Gzoigz E. 
and SamuzZ J., to mouAn hZi dejnZiZ. To thziz and othzn. JizZati\;z6 thz HWS unZtzi with 
many ^Atzndi in zxtznding moit linczKz sympathy in thzin. houA o{ bzfizavzmznt. 

CARV OF THANKS 

fl/e dziixz to puJblicly announcz ouA appKzciatZon Oj{ thz many kind acti o^ ouK 
{/iZzndi and nzighboAi duAing ouA Azcznt bzAzavemznt, and to zxtznd ouA thanki ioA thz 
kind woAdi 0^ sympathy. 

MRS. W. H. SHIPE, and FamZty 

M. A. WIPPERMAN 

HANKIMSON NEWS MARCH 9, 1899 

A child woi boAn to Mn.. and Ma&. HznAy Vunk, o^ UantadoA, lait SatuAday, but 
only IZvzd a ^ew houAi. Ua. Vunk ii, iick with thz gAip, and thz Woodmzn o^ thz WoAld, 
oi which hz ii, a mcmbzn., took choAgz 0(J thz iunzAol oi thz infant, thz intznmznt taking 
placz Monday in thz Gznman Lutiiznan CemztZAy. 
HANKJNSON HEWS <^55) jlWRCH 9, J 899 



MARCW 9, 1S99 

6. L. HaivniUMtzn. de.pcvUzd Sunday moxyilng ^OA. HUimake.z, caZtzd ihzAt by tkt 
iuddeji dexUk oi a bKotkzA, iLa> ^JUejidi hzAz vUznd ^ympcuthy In kU beA.za.\jmznt. 

MARCH ZO, 1899 

M/L4. Ed LoZZ dizd SataJiday noon at hzn. homz nzan. GA-Zcut Bend o^ typhoid izvvi. 

APRIL 10, U99 

A. K. Cox, baggagman on thz Oakzi branch, fizzzlMzd ihz 4>ad ^ntzltigznzz Taziday 
moAnlng ihat kC& icutkzn. had dZzd vzfuj JiaddejnZy o^ hzaxt*i dJLt,ZJLtiZ at tuJ> homz in God- 
fUck, Canada. Wi. Cox Iz^t that evening to attznd thz iunzfiat. 

Wu,, John Woiuodz dlzd at hzn. honiz nzan. Uantadox Zoit Thiuuiday moAjiing, a^tzn. 
an AjLtnzhi oi long duAation. Shz would havz bzzn lixty yzau o£ age nzxt month. 

Thz ianznaZ and Zntznmznt took placz at Uantadox on SatuAday. A ha&band and 
Azvzn chJUdxzn iu/ivixz hzn.. Thz zhttdAzn afLZ: ChoAZzi, John, ¥nank, lloAij, Hannah, Anna 
and Lizziz. Thz NEIiJS unitzi with many ^Atznds in zxtznding lympatky to thz bzfizavzd 
lamiZy. 

my 21, 7«99 

Oicafi, thz seventeen yzoA oZd 4on o^ Chai. GAlzpzntAog, nzan. GKzat Eznd, dizd 
¥fU.day night ^om an ab&u& oi thz livzn.. Hz had j'ait bzzn iuccz&^^utLf tftzatzd {^on. 
apf:zndiciti& at thz hoi,pitaJL. Thz iunznaZ tuxi hzZd Sunday at GKzat Eznd. 

MAY 25, I«99 

Ma., and Uxi. E. A. StiZzi pa&Azd through Hankiji&on to thziJi homz at StiZzs on 
Tuziday, xztuAning ^Aam Hopz, whzAz thzy we/te callzd a couplz o{ weefei ago by thz 
li.cknziii, and dzath oi thzin. daughtzn., Wu. C. S. UooKz. 

JUNE &, 1S99 

Thz infant chiZd o^ Hn.. and MKi. HzAman EoZdt dizd Sunday and woi bufiizd Tuziday. 

lA boy uia& boAn to Un.. and Mw. Hznman Eoldt Tuz&day a^tzfinoon ApAiZ 10, 1899 H.MEWS] 

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JUNE 15, 1899 

Mc44 Uiltiz Johnson went to Lcdgznwood Tuziday to attznd thz ^unznaZ ojj thz 

tCtttz chiZd oi M^. and Uu. Gzo. Cafizy. 

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Thz 9 months old gifit baby oi Ma., and Ihj,. Gzo CoAzy, oi VzxtzA, wai bxought to 

thz hoipitat Monday ioA an opZAotion madz nzczi4>aAy by tzZz&coping oi thz bowzti. Thz 

opzAotion wat> pzAiofmzd but thz child dizd a (Jew hoau aitzAvxLAdi. Thz baby woi takzn 

back to VzxtzA Tuziday ioA intzAmznt. 

************ 

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JUWE 22, /«99 

Mw. CaJd. JaJmkz, oi ihz fitioAvcvtion, dlzd l'\ondcu.j night oi canceA oi the. 
itomach. Shz tcoi 47 yzoM old. 

JUWE 29, I«99 

Wm. WoZ{tidon.{,, who tivzd 6oath o{^ FaOmoant, uiaj, buJilzd (,Kom thz GzAman Chiifich 
Honday, Rev. W. H. GimbleXt o^{^ciating. 

JUL/ 20, JS99 

Edna., thz ^ouA. yzoA old dauightzn. oi V.. C. liut, dLzd Taziday mofuilng of, Apop- 
tzctlc ipcam. Thz tittZz onz had bzzn a. cAipptz aZZ hzA tif,z and had ntvzfi walkzd 
a 6tzp. Thz ^unzAaZ imu hzZd yz&tzAday. t^any inizndl, zxtznd iympathy to thz bzAzavzd 
iamity. ************ 

SEPTEMBER 2 J, I«99 

Thz infjOnt dvitd of. Ha., and Hu. FAank{,ouAth dizd Zjv>t weefe and iMU, buxizd Stm- 

day. Thz ^umAot tMU> hzld at thz Gz/man lathz/ian Chafich, Rev. WoZteAi o^^CAJvLLng. 

************ 

OCTOBER 19, I«99 

Hi6J, Hinniz HahZz/i, who tivzd about zlght miZzA za6t oi town, dizd this monnlng 

o{, coniumptLon. Shz wai not qivitz tujznty two yzoM of agz. 

************ 

MURPER OR SUICIPE ? 
HoAAy EZtii Found Vzad In A Buggy Wea/i WUjnot, South Dakota. . . 

Newi was Kztzlvzd hzAz yz&tzAday moKning that Hahxy ELtli, 6on of. Ma. and Atti. 
John EZLii, who tivz 60uth o^ town, had bzzn ^ound dzad -In a buggy nzoA UlZmot, SV, 
When dl&covzAzd EZti& had onz znd o{i a haltzA axound kii nzck, and thz othzA wai {^oit- 
znzd to onz o{, thz buggy bfuxczk. Thz hoKizi had bzzn unkltdizd {,Kom thz wagon and 
tuAnzd Zxjoiz. TanXlcuZaXi o^ thz iad aHaifi afie. dlif^cuLt to obtain. 

ThzKz U> con^-idztablz quzitxon a6 to whzthzA It waj> a coiz o^ iulzldz ok mafidzA. 
Thz i-out lmpKzM>lon was iuicidz, on account o^ thz position o^ thz body whzn iound, 
but, on thz othzn. hand, hz might ha\jz mzt with {,oul play and thl6 mzans takzn by thz 
muAdz/iZt OK muAdzKz/u to thAow suspicion towafid iUA.CA.dz. EZLLi had itoAtzd to pKovz 
up on hAJ, cZoAjm and had coni-idzAabZz monzy wUk him at thz tUmz oi tzavlng Hanklnion 
Sunday zvznlng. Onz thing that cannot be accountzd ion. li what hz wai, doing in that 
izction oi thz countAy. 

Hli untAjnzly znd ii a i>ad blow to kii paAznti, ilitzAi and brwthzAi, and thzy 
havz thz sympathy oi thz zntiAz cormmiitu In thzAA aUtiction. 

OCTOBER U, 1S99.... ....FUWERAL 0¥ HAmV ELLIS 

Thz iunzAot oi HaAAy EZtii was hzld la&t Saturday aitzAnoon. A ihont izivlcz 

wai hzld aX. thz houiz at 12:30 W. and at thz CongAzgational ChuAch at 3:30 PM. Rev. 

W. H. 

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Gimblttt o{^^(Ucutlng. SzvzajiZ {^loKoJi pZzctl, weAe gZvzn by ifLitndi,. A loAga nimbeA o^ 
iKLejvdj, oi tiiz dzczoizd and hl6 ^amiZy gatheA^d to pay theJji Za^t tAAhtUz, and accomp- 
anied the. A.zmain6 to tkelfi Ijxtt At&ting pZacz In the Hankimon canntzAy. 

To the 6oftAouUjig panzntt, ^^ttfib and bKotheM o^ tkz dzceoizd tkz NEWS arUtzi, 
with a hoit oi ^fu.znd& in zxtzndLng lympoJthy. 

- Ma. ajnd MA6. ktbznt Enh, who tivz on tkz OJiZd Zicz, moafin tkz lo^^ o£ one o^ 
thzln. tuiini, uiho dizd Zoit Ucnday nZgltt. 

WOl'EMBER 23, 1899 

Ma4. Wm. Wzliz dlzd at hzA homz ^Zvz mU.zi> noKtk o^ town lai,t Sunday o£ coniump- 

tLon, and wai bujUzd Taziday. Thzy had not bzzn mafuUzd mucJi ovzn. a yzoA. Many pUzndi 

^ympaXhlzz with tkz iaitiLLy Zn thzln. bzAzavzmznt. 

************ 

DECEMBER 14, 1S99 

WcAd wa& fizciuvzd hznz tkU wzzk o£ tkz dzatk at bJhatcom, WA., on ThuMdru/ oi 
Zoit wzzk, o£ W. H. Vavznpofit, a wzZi known iofimzn. n.z&Zdznt o£ HanlUmon. WkiZz cax3M- 
Zng tkz continent hz woi it/ilckzn with apopZzxy and whzn hz aXKbjzd at Whatcom gan£A.znz 
had izt In In both tzgi. An opznrution woi peA^oAmzd on onz Zzg bat thz an£oAXan£Utz man 
6uAvlvzd onZy a ^eui hoafu, 

Vzczoizd wa6 ility yzaA& oZd and a wl^z and £ouA ckiZdfizn iufivlvz him 

Thz- dzcejued came, to Hankln6on In 1S89 and took up Zand neoJi hzfiz. Hz uxu pfuopfLieXoK 

ol tkz E^ghtwood HoteZ ^oh. about a yejon. and xzmovzd {Kom hztz to FeAgu4 FaZZi, MW. 

Hz A-ztalnzd hl& membeMkip In thz ZocaZ Uodzfm Woodmen In which oKdzn. hz coAAlzi 

$2000 Zl^z ImuAoncz. Hz wa& a.t&o a membeA. o£ thz MclsokuIc ofideA. 

************ 
VECWEER 28, 1899 

Ux. and Uu. H. C. FoA&Zow took thz Soo tAxiln Monday ^o/i (linneapoZlJ, In AZipomz 

to a teJizgfum announcing thz dzath o£ Ma4. ?afuZow'6 ^atkeA. They oAz expected back 

tomofuvow. 

************ 

Rev. H. C. Slmmom, onz o£ FoAgo'i Zejzdlng dlvlnzi and weXZ known thAoughoat 

thz itate, duoppzd dzad In a dAug itoAz at Tango onz zvznlng Zait wzek. Rev. Slnmon6 

woi, pAz&ldent o£ FoAgo CotZzgz and to hl& z^^onXi tkz high standing and 6uccz6J^ o£ that 

Initltatlon oAz ZaAgeZy due. Hli taking o^^ li dzzpZy AzgAzttzd by a ZaAgz cIacZz o£ 

Hankln6on ^Alendlt, he having occupied tkz CongAzgatlonaZ. puZpZt hzAz a mmbeA o£ tlmzs. 

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JANUARy 4, 1900 

Ix'oKd uicUi Aecexued kzAz ScUuAday a^tzAnoon o^ thz dejvth thaut day a^ kJi{,A.zd 
IAzAJU(r<-ztd at Elk ZivzA., MN. Vzcecuzd uku> thz iathzA o^ tJUu. E. L. IClnnzy, Uu. W. G. 
10664 and E. S. UzMlfilzZd, aJiZ. oi whom Zz^t ZimzdLatzly to attznd thz ianzAol, accomp- 
anizd by Hn., JCotnez/ and \fJiA, ^zfinA.^ZzZd, 

OBITUARY 

PIEP; EmzLinz Hzad Vi.zA.cz, on Sandaij, Vzczmbzn. thZfuty ilAit, zightzzn handn.zd 

and ninzty (tine, aged rUyizty thtzz yzau, iXx monthi, and iwznty tkfizz day4). 

Vzcza&zd wa6 boAn in thz itatz oi VzAmont on June 8th, 1806, and woa moAAlzd on 
UafLck 19th, 1826, to Vk. TojuZ VlzAcz at Canton, New YoAk Statz. Skz became a AZ6tdznt 
0^ HankZnion about iZx yza/u ago, coming hzAz to bz nzan. hzA. ckitdAzn oi whom thAzz 
^uAvZvz hzA. , . .Wittta v. Riu-iztt 0^ thZ& placz, Ada Ma/u/ Ta^t and Choi, kttzn TlzAcz 
both o£ EVid liZand, iM. Vzczaizd wai a lovahtz ChAtitixin lady and Aoandzd oat a long 
and wzZt 4peni li{^z in thz happy con4C-coaine44 that hzK xeuioAd awaitzd hzA bzyond thz 
gAavz. HzA dzath bA-zaki, thz chain 0^ iivz gznzAationi o^ whom a gAoup photograph wai 
Azczntly takzn at a {amiljj KZJU.ni.on hzAz. VuAing hzA KzAidzncz in HankiniiOn thz dzczjuzd, 
by thz kindly wayi, zndzoAzd hzuzl^ to all who knzw hzA, and thz ^anzAol on Tuesday 
wai attzndzd by a loAgz numbzA 0^ ioAAowing lhi.zndi,. 

Thz JiZA\}icz woi conduc-tecf at thz CongAzgational ChuAch Taziday by Reu. W. H. 
Gimblztt, and intzAmznt took placz in thz Hankin&on CzmztzAy. 

JANUARY n, 1900 

PztzA BzckzA, a wzll known ^oAmZA nzaA HantadoA, dizd SatuAday a^tzA a bAiz^ 

HJLnzi^. Hz waji buAizd hlonday, thz iunzAol bzing condactzd by FathzA Studnicka. 

************ 

JANUARY 18, 1900 

M/L4. A. E. Sandzfihaa^, wi^z oi thz zx-Azgi^tzA o^ thz FaAgo Land OHicz, dizd 

at Islahpzton SatuAday moKning. Shz Izavz^ a £0AAcwing haiband and ^ix childAzn. ..thAzz 

boyi) and thAZZ giAZli....to mouAn hzA loi^. 

************ 

Thz commanity wa& ihockzd lakt SatuAday to IzoAn o^ thz iaddzn dzath o£ Paul 

KZagz. Vzczaizd wa6 appoAzntly in good hzalth whzn, without a momznt'6 woAning, hz 

dAoppzd dzad o^ hzoAt d/^ieo^e at hii £aAm home nzoA town. Vzczaizd wai about iiity 

yzoAi 0^ age and IzavzJ, a wi^z and iouA chiZdAzn -t^ee 4>oni and a daughtZA. He wa^ 

an old 6zttlzA, wzll known by all, and hii iaddzn taking o^i wa6 a gAzat 6 hock to hli 

loAgz ciAclz 0(J acquaintanczi . Thz ^unzAat wai hzZd Monday, Rev. WoltzAi oiiicixuting 

and a loAgz ciAclz oi ^Aizndi ^oUowzd thz Azrnai.n& to thexA iinal Aziting placz In thz 

Hanktn&on CzmztzAy. 

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JANUARY n, 1900 

jAjn t^ofUtk KeXu/imd tut weefe {^n.om UtiiouAA., whzAZ hz mcU) 4u/nmoned, A.zcznZty, 
by thz. dzcutk 0|$ kii iJat^eA.. 

JANUARY IS, 1900 INSTANT LV KILLED 

A FORWER HANKINSONITE MAN HAS HIS HEAP BLOWN OFF 

NejM, Mdi KzzzAvtd hzKz Zcu>t wcefe o^ thz azcXdzntaZ dzaXk o^ Bzyijcunin WatzAhocUiZ, 
a {^ofunzn. A-Zi-idznt oi thZi pZa.cz, at 'Jzn.ndaZz, UN. Vzczjiizd uia^ a biothzn. o{^ W^ittiajn, 
AZbznt, VavZd and Tho-i . WatzAhouaz, aZt wzZJi known {^anrnzAi ZZvZng nzoM. town, two o^ 

whom . . .WZtLlam and ALhzAt atZzndzd thz iixnzKaJi. Thz ^oZZowZng account o^ thz 

accZdzYVt we cJLippzd {^Aom thz VzAndaZz San o^ thz 19th Zmt. 

Onz o{, thz wout accZdznti Zn thz annaaJii, 0|J kcitoA.y o^ itladzna Coaanty occuAAzd 
on thz Robt. Clank (^anm Zn Wadzna. township onz and a haJi(^ mlZzi ioatk o(^ VzAndaZz, 
Monday moKYUjiQ at about 10 o'clock. 

Bznjamln WatzAhouiz and hti two 4 0)t6, AlbzAt and Jajmzi , had wznt onto thz pfiz- 
mlizii with. thoJji ho.uz-powzn.zd wood iow {^OK thz pwipoiz o^ 6awZng a p^Zz 0|$ wood ^OK 
J. 0. ZichoAdion, thz pA.Z6znt KzntZA OjJ thz lanm, and a{,tzA. gztting thz machZnz Zn 
poiZtZon had but {^aZjiZy cormznczd wonk whzn, without thz Zza^t woAning, thz hugz -Oion 
baZancz whzzZ bAokz into a dazzn pizczi . Ben Watzfihooiz woi on top o^ thz powzn. dnZv- 
ing thz loan ^ecuns engaged in ^ufufiiihing powzt, and facing thz iOM. A pizcz Oi$ thz ity- 
ing wkzzZ 6tAuck thz an^jOAtmiatz man nzafity bztMzzn thz zyz6 , tzanZng away thz uppzn. panX 
o{^ hii, ikuZZ, icaXtzning hU bnxu.n6 night and Zz{it. Thz Zi^zZzAi body toppZzd ovza 
backwoAdi to thz gAound, and thz ZZ{^z Zight oi Ben/. WaXzAhoaiz had gonz oat ^oazvza. 

As soon a6 thz exacted hoAkZ^ couZd bz stoppzd wiZZing handi Zi^tzd thz Lif^zZzii 
Azmaini ^Aom nzanZy bznzjoth thz hoA6Z6' izzX. and tzndzAiy convzyzd thzm to thz iamiZy 
homz a haZ^ mZiz south. Va. Reed waj, sujnmonzd but his SZAviczs weA.e not nzzdzd othzA 
than to makz thz wound om Zzss ghxutZy OM possihZz. 

Ben/. WatzAhouiz woa an oZd AZSidzntzA in thuz paAts, having AZiidzd hzAZ ^OA 
thz poAt dif^tzzn yzoAi and wo/S a hoAd woAking {^aAmZA. He Zzavzi a Mi(,z and {^ouA chiZd- 
Azn 04 {^oU.owi>-- Jamzs, AZbzAt, JuZia and EZZa, aZZ o^ whom wzn.z nzoAZy gAiz^ stAickzn. 

EmpZoyzd about thz mackinz waj) J. 0. RichoAdion and two mzn {^Aom nznA Heivitt and 
how aJUi zicapzd injuAy, bziidzi thz dzad man, is a mystzAy. Thz pizcz 0|$ iAon that 
kiZlzd blatzAhousz stAuck thz Aoo(^ o{^ thz houdz about {^ouA izzt down {^Aom thz wzathzA 
stAip with such ^oAcz as to go thAough thz sidz nzxt to thz saw and on thAoagh thz 
zastsidz o{^ thz Aooi, and up to this timz hxis not been ^ound although szoAch had been 
madz by szvzAiZ paAtizs . AnothzA pizcz wznt thz opposiXz diAZction and cAJishzd thro- 
ugh two sidzi o{i a boAn buiZt 0($ inch oak booAds, and it too has not been Zocatzd. 

StlZZ anothzA pizcz wznt into thz aJji and in coming down stAack on top 0|J thz 
buggy shzd and cut thAoagh two inchzs o^ oak boards. Not znough 0|$ thz whzzZ was Zzit 

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on hub to indlaitz tkcut thzAz had zviA bzzn any vchzzZ, The. mackinz had been In uj>z 
4-aice IS9Z and thU had Seen thz £Zfi6t bA.zaJi ujklch Indzzd waj, a ieA^ooi, om. 

Thz {unsAoZ 4eAv-cce4 weAe condacXzd at thz KziZdznzz 6ouXh o{, ihz cJXy yziitzA- 
da.y a(^tzn.noan and a Zoaqz QoXkznlnq tau pA.es ejtt to tiitzn to thz liibt iod h^Utzi aj, pzfi- 
iofmzd by Reu. Maniy. 

FEBRUARY S, 1900 

E. Knud6on and vxiiz, ok agzd coapZz tlvZng nza/i bJZtmot, wzfiz asphipuatzd by toot 
gal, SatuAday night. Thz ^wnt daon. ojj thz hoJid coat hzatzn. waj> bZown opzn diUUng thz 
night and both wzKZ iaimd dzad by a ZittZz gKandion Sunday moAning. 

MARCH I, 7900 

Thz n monthi old cJuZd o^ Ma. and Uu. LoiUi Lzz, £otxth o^ touin dlzd Taz6day 
a{,tz>i bzZng zick but a iho^ tlmz. 

Ma4. LoAi OdZand, Zl\jZng on thz KZiZAvcution iouth oi town, dlzd (.\onday a^tzfi 
a bfu.zi iZZnz&i. Shz Zzavzi a ha&band and izvzAoZ i,maU. chlldAzn. 

PIEP: on Uonday, Fzh. 26th, Ida, thz 13 yzoA. aid daaghtzn. o^ Ma., and \JJii>. 

fKzd Raddzt, living nofithixziit o£ town. Viphthznla ij, givzn ai thz caoie o^ hz>i dzath. 
Thz iunznaZ woA hzM at thz Gznman EvangzZical ChuAch Tuziday, Rev. FAecf Waltzn. o^ii- 
cating. Thz bzAzavzd paAznti havz thz sympathy o^ a loAgz (UActz o^ ^Jiizndi. 

Chu. Si.zgzlman, o{, Gftzat Bznd, Kzczntly iznt to Czfunany {on. Siiii HZzbxzzht, 
hU intzndzd wi.iz, and thz lattzn-'i, mothzn.. Thzy afuUvzd in St. Paul Sunday and 
whLtz walking bztwzzn tAjoini, thzfiz thz mothzA iuddznlij duoppzd dzad ^Kom hzanX. 
laiZuxz. Thz xzmaini wzAZ brought to Hankin&on Tuziday zvzning, thz iunzKol 0CLC.uMA.ng 
at GAzat Eznd yzitz^day. Thz caj,z iJ> a patcticjuIjifdUj iad onz and thz daaghtzn. haj, thz 
iympathy o{ all in hzA iuddzn bzn.zavzmznt. 

MARCH 8, 1900 

Vx. W. S. Howard, iomeuhat known hzfiz, dlzd at Uhitz Rock, SV., loit wzzk o^ 
pnzumoKia. 

MARCH &, 1900.... 

Tool EJtzndt, a IS yzoJi old boy whoiz poAZnti Livz nzoA CAzat Bznd, dizd a wzzk 

ago Sunday, and pAzpoJiationi weAe madz {,0A. thz {unzAoZ thz tHzdnziday {^allowing. When 

thz appointzd day anjUvzd, AzLativzi thought thzy dl&covzAzd 6ignJ> oi tiiz in thz 

iuppo^zd cofipiz, thz ikin bzcng moiJ,t and upon pAZ6^ing thz handi> on thz {Izih it 

bzcarrz whiXzA ai on a living pzuon. Vhy^lciani weAe iummonzd and thz iunznal poit- 

ponzd (JoA thz tunz bzlng. EHonXj, to KZ\Jivz thz zofipiZ weAe unavaiZing, howzvzn., and 

04 unmiittakablz 4Xgn4 oij dzath bzcajr^z mani{^zit thz {unznal wai hzld laj>t FKiday, 

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MARCH 15, 1900 

Fftjink Woli, a. boy o^ IS, wai cau g kt In tkz madiimxy o^ a. ^e.e.d milZ at SZiizton 
tcu>t Thauday, ^uj,tcuju.ng Ajn.juJu.iii, £Kom wkich he. dizd tueZvz houA^ iaJtzK. Hz uxl 4, a 
immbzA. -ut good standing a^ tht M. W. A. and wai, buAj.zd undzA. thz auipZcz 0(J that ondzn.. 

FouA babA.zi> wzfiz boKn IcUit tceefe. to Ufi. and Uu. John Me/i/ieA, 0^ StoAk County, W. 
Two wzAZ boyi and tiw wzaz gZnZi and aZZ weAe boAn atcvz, bat dczd Mctkln two dcufi . 

A. G- Hzmamay, wzit known to thz tAovzLing pabtLc aj> thz pAopA^ztoA 0^ thz 
AAgyZz at Oakzi, dczd Za6t Sunday, agzd 75 yzaju. Thz AzmaZni paiizd thAough hzAz 
f^onday Jin chafigz o{ a ion o{ thz dzcza6zd. 

MARCH 22, 7900 

CoaZ HoAdtvzdt, who Azczntly gavz ShzfU^i Jonzi comZdzfuiblz tAoublz whilz 
en Aoatz to thz Zmanz asylum, dizd ta&t wecfe ojj zxpo.iuAz £Aom jumping inXa thz 3aji\ 
HJbjZA at. thaX tanz. 

APRIL 19, 7900 

Capt. RobzAt J. HCtcheLt, onz 0^ thz oZdzit and mo6t AZipzctzd cltizzm, 0^ 

Shzidon, dizd Za^t wzzk a^tzA a bhlz^ AJUbiui 0^ pnzumonZa. 

************ 

M/L4. Hzalzy, mothzA oi FAank HzaZzy oi thli pZaaz, dizd at UantadoA toMt ThuAi- 

day, agzd 82 yzau. Thz ^unzAoZ woi, hzLd at Lidgznwood la&t SatuAday. 

************ 

UAV 3, 7900 

finj). HznAy Engzti tz^t {oA HinnzapoZij> Tfu.day on Azczipt 0^ a mziiagz announc- 

Zng thz dzaXh o^ a bAotkzA, Shz uiiZZ bz abiznt a coupZz 0^ uizzk6. 

************ 

Ma., and M^u. A. C. kttzAJt wznt thAough hzAz SatuAday zvznlng zn Aoutz to Endz'iLin 

iAom Vzzp Ua\jzyi, UH., whzAZ thzy had bzzn to attznd thz lunznnJi oi (Aa. AZZzAt'ii mothzA. 

************ 

MAy 70, 7900 

Mw. Suian Lznzzn Iz^t (Monday £oA {)JZt>con6-in to attznd thz iunzAoZ. o(, a bKothzn. 

************ 

UAV 24, 7900 

A dzpZoAoblz azcidznt AZiuZtzd Zn thz dzath 0^ hlzZi Jzn&on, a pAominznt loAmzA 
ZZvZng nzoA MoizZZz, Za&t SatuAday zvznZng. Hz wai iZttZng on thz 6pAxng izat o{, a 
gAoZn tank. whZch wat> bzing dfUvzn to Uo&zZZz wZth a Zoad ol ihzzp, and whilz goZng 
downhZZZ thz hoAiZi itoAtzd to Aun. Thz wagon whzzZ. itAJxzk a &tonz, Jznion bzZng 
thAown ^oAwoAd bznzath thz iAont whzzZi and thz hoA&zi, thz whzzU paiiZng ovzA hit, 
body. Hz won, pZdizd up Zn an uncon&zZoui, condition and dizd Zn a ihofit tZmz. 

VzcZRizd wcu a iZngZz man about 30 yzjzfu, 0^ age and Zn comloAJjohZz cZn.cumi,tanczi> . 

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He ouimd a. qujwtvi. oi land which wcu, i.n CA.ap tkli tfzoA, beA-ldu a. xzntzd qaaxttn.. 
He wa4 cut one -time a mejnbzA. of, thz M. S. A. bat. had atiowzd hyi6 iyiiuJiancz poZLay to 
Zap6Z. He hai, a bA-othzA. and iJjttzA. tivinq aX Zzdan. Faiti, Iowa, to which pZacz thz 
A.zmcum> uizAZ ihAjppzd. 

MAV 10, 1900 

A pzcuLLoJi accldznt Zi izponXzd ln.om CanAAjigton. kZ.{^n.zd BzAgZand, a {^anmzn. 
Living noAXhzait o{i that ptacz, d/ioppzd a botttz Into a Za>igz badgzn. hoZz, and 
vohJJLe. tfiy-ing to {^lih It oat, kii LittZz itlx yzan. oZd daaghtzn.' i, hzad and a position 
ol hzA. body got io tlqhtty wzdgzd Into thz hotz that 6hz coatd not zxtnlcatz heJUiZti 
and In f^l^tzzn minatz6 a^tzn. Zzavlng thz hoaiz 4 fie woa ^oand by hzn. pan.znt6, dzad. 



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VEATH 0¥ MRS. HARGRAVE 
WIFE OF WE OF OUR LEAVING CITIZENS FATALLY INJUREV IN A RUNAWAY 

J. W. HoAgAjivt, CcUikieA. o^ thz ¥ajmvu> S lAzAclrwinti Bank, cut tivU pla.cz, Kzc.eA.vzd 
a. tzlzqnxm Scutiwday zvzrUng ^xom WatzAAiown, itcutlng that hl6 mI^z had bzzn 6znA.oiu>lLj 
■injuAzd. Latzfi In thz zvzning a second me44age wa6 n.zczl.vzd tztting fUm to comz at 
oncz. Hz dAovz {^Aom hznz to Sl&.l,zton, and {^n.om thzAZ took thz t/uUn ^OA. Watzfitouin. A 
tzZzgKcm xzczi.'jzd Monday moAnZng annoanczd HXi . HoAgAavz'^ dzath. VantxcuZaJH, oi thz 
lad accldznt ajiz fuxthzn. mzagsA, bat aj> nzan. a& can bz Zzatnzd M^. Han^xavz, who tzit hztz 
thz ZaXtzK poAt 0^ thz wzzk, to \jIi^ at Zlojxn. Lakz, SC, itoAXzd by tzam ^Axim WcutznXovon 
{^01 that placz; thz tzam took i^Ught and Kan away, thz un^oKXimatz lady ipKang iKom thz 
coAAyiagz, itKUilng hzK hzad ojid KzczlvZng, Znj'aKA.Z6 uikich KZ^uZtzd In hzK dzath. 

PhyiZcxjxm ^Kom Bookings, CZzok Lakz and Canby hzZd a con&attatlon bat nothing 
couZd bz donz and 4fie pa&izd aioay haZ£ an hooK a^tzA. thz aKKlvai. 0|$ hzA. haiband. 

Ma4. Hafi^njx\jz hoi bzzn a Kzdldznt o^ Hankin6on onty 4-cnce Zait SzptzmbzK, but had 
won thz z&tzzm o^ ail doKing that tlmz, and thz sympathy o^ thz zyvUaz commanJjty -c5 
zxZzndzd to thz bzKzavzd haiband and childfizn. BzAZdz thz hoiband, a boy agzd about 
5 and a g-Oil of^ 2, mooKn thz loi6 oi a loving mothzK. Thz lunznaZ wai hzZd at BKookingi, 
South Dakota, yz&tzKday. 

*************** MAY 31, 1900 

Junz 14, 1900 

GzoKgz RozdzK, agzd 76 yzoKi, , dizd at thz homz 0|{ fu4 daaghtzA, UK6 . H. Mzdznujold, 
nzoA Oswald station, lait Monday a^^tzKnoon. Vzcza&zd hoi, bzzn Raiting ^OK iomz tlmz and 
hiii dzath wai not anzxpzctzd. A mL^z and 4-cx childKzn loKvivz hisn, alt o^ whom KZA-idz 

in tkci vicinity FKzd, Juliai, and Auga&t RozdzK, M/[4. H. Mzdzmiald, Uk(, . HzKjnan WiAth 

and Hu . GzoKgz Bladow. Funznjol iZKviczi wzKz hzld Tuuday a{^tzKnoon at thz Gznjnan 
LuthzKan ChuKch, Reu. FKzd WalXzA. o^^idjoting. 

STORY OF MRS. MARGRAVE'S VEATH. 
ACCOUNT OF ACCJVENT AMD FUNERAL AS GIVEN BY SOUTH VAKOTA PAPERS 
Loit SatuAday moKning, A. V. MowzK Kzczlvzd a tzlzgKam ^Kom kli daaghtzn., Ukj, . 
HaAgKavz, o{^ HankA.n6on^ NO., to mzzt hzK and two chiZdAzn at lilatznXawn in thz a{^tzKnoon. 
Thz daaghtZK 0)04 coming on a viliX and to paKtiCA.patz in a ^amtty Kzunion to bz hzld at 
thz MoweA homz in Clzan. Lakz. In accoKdancz with thz tzZzgKom, Uk. Uowzk izcoKzd a 
livzAy Aig and dAovz to WatZKtown. Hz mzt hiJ> daughtzA and ckildKzn and dAovz back to 
ClzoA Lakz, oKKiving hzKz about 10 o'clock SatuAday zvzning. Upon stopping at thz 
hoaiz hz alightzd with kii young gAandion and iuppoiing that ki6 daughtzK woi out 0|J thz 
caAAiagz hz took a gKip, wznt tothz poKch, Kappzd on thz dooK and AztuAnzd to aiiiit 
thz daughtzA. 



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Hz thtn dlicoveAed thz daaghtzA had not atighJizd and thz A-cg had twinzd oAound and 
wai, movAJig o^i towand mcuji !>ixzz^ at a bfLuk tJwt. Oi coluuz thz old gzntlzjnan ihouutzd 
ajnd Kan af^tzfi tfiz tzam bat ka> voZcz woi huikif ^xom thz ^AZght and natuAoZ nzn.\Joa6nzs.& 
and thz cxuifUagz vanLckzd Zn thz danJznz&i. Thz Axg wca 4een by many pzdz&tAyLam who 
thought. mzfizLy that thz dfUvzA. uia6 KzakJizM and had no Idza It woi a Aunaway mXXh a 
tbriid, nzAvouA Zady and baby i/MUng hztplzMi, and appaAzntty dumb with i^lght -in thz 
A.zaA 6zat. Whzn thz covzAzd aviAlagz had tfiavzZzd two blocks and was paisJng on thz 
j>ouXh 4,Zdz oi lavln Zfuoi' itoKz, M/i4. HoAgAavz zvZdzntly Jumpzd to thz hand ifizzt and 
uxut soon ^ound Zn an unconicZaui, condition. Thz babz woi uninjanzd and was soon cooZng 
and laughing in thz anms o£ tovZng ^niznds. Thz tzam tAottzd aJwand thz nzxt block and 
was stoppzd just soijuih o{ thz Advocatz OHyicz and could have bzzn zaiiZy stpppzd szvzkoJL 
tUmzs along thz Koutz had it bzzn known tkexz was no dJuxzfi. 

Thz VMConscioiu lady was takzn to hzfi {^athzfi's house and physicians suimonzd, 
who agKzzd that thz casz was hopzlzss. A szvzfiz bniUsz on thz back oi thz head was thz 
ckizi Inj'ufiy. kit dunZng Sunday and \.{onday till about six o'clock thz pooh, woman lay 
Zn thz samz comatosz statz and thzn death came. hih. HangKavz was notiiizd and camz as 
soon as possiblz. Hz oAAZvzd but twznty minutzi bz^oxz hZs wi^z bKzathzd hzn. last. 

Thz AzmaLns wzAZ takzn to BKookZni yzstznday a^tzn. £unzAal szn.vi.czi at thz 
housz. ThZj> accZdznt is onz o^ thz saddzst zvznts wz havz zvzn. known and thz hzofits 
oi all out pzoplz oAz dzzply moved in fizgn.zt and tzndz/izst sympathy ioA thz mouxning 
onzM Clzan. iakziS.V.) Advocatz, (Aay 31st. 

Thz iunzAoZ pafity which accompanied thz Kemains oi Mas. John HaJig/uLvz iAom 
Clzan. Lakz yzstzn.day cansistzd oi M^. HangAavz and son, UK. and fW,. A. V. Mowzn., 
Uk. and Uks. ChanZiz MowzK, Hks . Wm. Wood, ifJi. ami Hns. GzoKgz Siimons, Hiss LoKa 
MoweA and WiZliz UowzK. Thz Kzmains oAKivzd about. 5:15 last zvzning, and wzKZ Kzceivzd 
at thz homz oi V. H. CampbzlZ by mzmbzKS oi tiiz A. 0. U. W. and a nwnbzK oi iKiznds . 
Thz pKocession to thz ceme^zKy ioKmzd thzKZ, and at thz gKavz a shont szKvicz was 
conducted by Rzi. Jznnings BKookins [S.V.] Vkzss, Maiy 31st. 



• •«*««««*t» 



JUNE 29, 1900.. 

fJiKS. James Tzacz, living nzoJi HaJilzm, took an ovzndosz oi Laudanum by mistakz 
last SatuAday and dizd in gKzat agony. Shz leaves szvzn childKzn and had $1000 insuA- 
ancz in thz dzgKzz oi honoK. 



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JULY 6, 1900 

Thz iniant child oi Wi. and Wis. Gzo. Jah.nkz, living sixtzzn miles southMZSt 
oi hzKz, dizd last Uonday and was buAizd iKom thz LuthzAon ChuAch yestznday aitzAnoon, 
Rzv. fKzd WaltzA oiiiciating. 



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JULY 6, 1900 

A dci,iA.^/,^g accidznt which xz&uLted in the. dzaXh o^ Maj,. Anna C. GoaZcw, 
occjuAAzd ahouX tuzivz rnlZni lonth oi town, In the. KtiSAvatZon, Zait F/Uday mo/t>T^.g, 
UhiZz ^toAJUng tht ^Zfie. with. keJto&znz the. can exploded and the. oaZ iatanate.d heA 
cZothlng and caught £Zn.z. Hex hoiband AiL&hzd to heji ai4,Zitancz and toKe. htn. clatking 
£Jiom heji body ai quZckZy ai poiilhZz, bat ihz wa6 banned 6o ^zveAZy that death AziuZted 
In thz hospital heJiz Sanday moAning at 12:50 o'cZock. HzA hoiband, Ct/m. CoaZow, had mat 
0^ thz iZz&h buAnzd ^Aom kii handi, and ki& Inja^zi oAz tikeZy to bz peMmanznt, Thz 
coaptz wzAZ tznanti on onz o^ John R. Jonzi>' ^aAjn6, and wzAZ wztt thoaght oi in thz 
nzlghboAhoad. Bziidzi thz husband, tuo chiZdAzn. . .KAthuA. EoaZ, aged. 4 yexiu and VzoaZ 
AgneA aged tuio yecju,... oAz Zz^t. Thz lunznaJL occuAAzd ^Aom thz CathoZlc ChuAch hzAZ 
Uonday aiteAnoan. 

TAonk HLk&chz, thz weZZ known BAZckznfudgz iaZoon kztpzA, wai ^ataZZy ihot by 
John BAodeAick, onz o£ hii hoA&z tAaZnzAl,, in c. diipatz Sunday night. Thz buZZzt 
zntzAzd hii Zz^t iidz about tiw inchz6 abovz thz hzaAt. Hz wa& a weZZ known chanactzA 
thAoaghoat tkci izction o^ thz itatz. Thz man who did thz shooting ii in custody bat 
thz gzneAaZ beZiz^ izeM> to bz that hz wiZZ be acquitted. 

JULY 73, 1900 

CZoAzncz Coii, a young ^aAmzA Zi.\jing about ten miZz& J,outJwzit o^ LldgeAujood, 

was 6tAuck by Zighning and in&tantZy kiZZed Zait SatuAday. HZi poAtneA, EAn&t Lamb, 

was aZ&o itAuck at thz knzz but hZi injuAiz& wzAz not seAiooi. Thzy weJiz both in thz 

{yieZd anZoading manuAz when thz stoAm bnokz. Thzy had a contAojct to njun thz GoU ^oAm 

thZl, Azoion. Young Go^i and Hi&4 BzAtha HeAniman wzAz zngagzd to bz moAAizd in thz nzoA 

iutuAz and 4,hz ii aZmo4)t cAazzd with gAiz^. 

• »»»««««»•*« 

JULY 10, 1900 

John BAodeAZck, thz man who J,hot FAank hUkichz at BAzckenfUdgz a coupZz oi wezki 
ago, wtti bAoaght bzioAZ a J. P. choAgzd with ok^aiUU in thz. ^iAit dzgAzz. Thz examin- 
ation woi adj'ouAnzd to JuZy 23, and thz matteA. oi bail AzizAAzd to thz cxsoAt commlision- 
ZA, who iixzd baiZ aX thz amount oi $1000, which waj, pAomptZy iuAnibhzd and BAodzAlck 
ij, now at ZiJbzAty. fWuchz li iZowZy AZCovzAing iAom thz zHzct oi thz wound and it li 
douhtiuZ li BAodznZck wiZZ eveA bz convictzd. Uee abovz ???) 

JULY 21, 1900 

A youn% man named John Snodgnxuh , wonklng ioA WiZZ LeathaAt nzoA TyZeJi, ihot 
him^eZi with a shot gun on Wzdnziday moAnlng whiZz standing in thz mlddZz oi thz gnanoAy. 
No caasz Is assigned. On onz sldz oi his iacz, hJj> tongaz, nosz, onz zyz and onz iouAth 
oi his bAoin was shot away. His death occuAAzd at an eaZy hoot yzsteAday moAnlng. 

A HooAhead man had his thumb bitten oH in a iAacas and dlzd oi bZood poisoning 
a coupZz oi days ago. 

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AUGUST 3, 7900 

Wm, GcuiZoui, whoiz uxl^t uxu> buAnzd to dzcuth by ihz zxpin/^Zan o{^ a. cum o^ kzA.oizne. 

A.zjczrutty , XJvuiki, mli,ianXuxiej> ntvex come, ilnqlij. Hz vxu, in town Monday and wkitz hzAz 

tvzzeJxzd a Izttzn. annoancinQ tkz dfwwning o^ a bfwtkzA. In thz Gfuxnd Zivzn. nzan. OnXoAlo , 

Canada. Thz bfwikzn. bzcamz dvnzntzd and zZudLing kis kzzpzfu, uxiZkzd into thz fu-vzA 

and wa6 djwwnzd. Wi. GafiZouj hoi tkz sympathy a{ aJUL in hii t/L0uhZz6. 

************ 

VatAick King, j'uit fizZza^zd ^Axim jaiZ, uxu> instantly kiZlzd juUtt zai>t oi thz 

bAi.dgz at BA.zckzn'u.dgz by a UoAthznn Taci^c tnnJjn. Sunday Yu.ght. We wcu dnunk.. 

************ 

Thz tittZz 1 yzoK old Aon o^ Ufi. and Hu. Hznmin StKzuzZ, oi GAzat Eznd, wai 

poZionzd ^zdnzi>day by dAinking a quantity o{ coAbolic acid and dizd ihoAtZy a^tzn. in. 

gA.zat agony, Thz bottZz containing thz acid uxu tzit on thz window Zzdgz and whiZz 

kit, mothzA wai down czttoA thz littlz ^ztZow took it and puZZzd thz cotdk. Hz had tkz 

bottZz to ka, Zipi 04 tkz motkzn. amz up ^xom thz czZZoa, and bz^oA-Z i,hz could pAzvznt 

it hz had iwalZowzd a quantity oi tkz iiZAy iluid. Vzatk occuAAzd in a \JZAy ihott timz. 

Thz poAznti havz tkz iympatky oi att in tkzoi aOtiction. 

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AUGUST TO, 1900 

AndAm Nzland iztt in iAont oi a hindzn. iickZz nzoA Coopzutown and wa& complzt- 

zZy dZ&ejnbowztzd. Hz dizd in a ihoAt timz. 

************ 

Ju&t aj, wz go to pA.Z66 woAd ij) Azczivzd announci.ng tkz dzatk oi Gfiandpa Ltoyd, 

an old ^zttZzA and kighZy KZipzctzd citZzzn oi WaZdo town&kip, tkij, monning. 

************ 

AUGUST 11, 1900 

Thz xemUm oi John C. LZoyd, who dizd aX tkz hamz oi hli, ion loiitk oi town Za^t 

TfUday, wzAZ takzn to hlzznah, O/I., ioA buAiaZ. Vzczaazd wa& 7S yzoAi old and wzlt 

known in tkZ& vi.cijvity. 

************ 

AUGUST 24, 1900 

The 3 monthi old 6on oi M/l. and hOu>. Wm. Godzj'ohn, living iouA mllzi iouXh za^t 
oi town, dizd la6t FfUday and wai, buAizd in tkz Cathotic Cemztzfiy SatuAday aitzfinoon. 

************ 

Thz youngzs,t chiZd oi M/t.. and Hu. Auguit lachoAiju, AZ6idzntl> oi tkz noAtk lidz, 
dizd fiJzdnziday aitzn. a bfu.zi iJilnzbi. Thz iunzAal wai, hzld yz&tzAday ifiom tkz Gznman 
LuthzAjan ChuAch, Rev. Waltzu oHiciating. 

Uu. Eaucz Scott, wiiz oi a Soo iAzight conductoA, commiXtzd Sulcidz at HoAvzy, 
tkli itatz, laj>t Sunday by shooting hzAizZi tkfwugh tkz Izit lung with a az\jcIvVi. 
Shz Uvzd only a im minutu and gavz no explanation. Shz wcu probably tmpoKaAU.y infant. 

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AUGUST 37, 1900 , . . . .faXaJL Kt(u.de.nt 

JAMES MOWROE, a. Soo B/iakejnan, (UlZzd Zn the. Yafidi KeAe SatuAday Mo/uiZng . . . , 

AnoihdA vZctim hcu, bzzn addzd to thz Iojlqq. numbeA who iu^^&fi vZoZtnt dzcutki, 
Jin hjoiWijocLd ieAv^ce. 

Ldlst Satafiday moaning Jamu Honxoe., a. bficikzman fmnrUng bztwzzn HcLnkimon and 
Oakti, wai, ^CLtaMy InjuAzd by {^aZtLng iindzfi the, engine and dlzd a {^ew hoau ZatzA. 
The. ac(Ude.nt occuAAzd ja&t a& the. Oakti tAoln voa& coming -en ijAom tkt we^t. Voung 
UonKoe. Motkzd along tkt ildzboaxd oi the Zocomotivz and stepped -into the. pilot to 
tvJin the iwltah at the wei-t end oi the 6lding ja&t opposite John R. Jonei ' Kej>ldenc.e. 
It had nnJjied du/Ung the night and the. engine wai weX. and illppeAy. 

White the tMjxln wai, itlll In motion he attempted to 6tep o^£ bat clipped and 
{^elt unde/L, the £mail wheel pa&£lng oveA one leg j'li&t below the knee, hl& lef^t hand 
and one ^IngeA o^ hl6 Alght hand, A numbeM. o^ pzASoni wexe standing on the depot 
plat{^ofun ajt the time and wltneMed the accident, among them J. W. Hafigfuave and E. S. 
UefOililzZd, and /van down to whzAe thz. poox fellow wai lying. He wai picked up and 
taken Imzdlately to thz hoipltat whzAz Doctor Spottiwood and Colzman ampatatzd the 
leg bztow the knze and thz le^t hand at the wfUit, The ihock o^ thz accident and 
lo.ii 0^ blood had been too g^eat, howeveA, and ai he came iKom andzA. the Influence 
0^ the chlotioionm the ixn^oKtimate yoang man expired, 

Ee{iOM.e he died an e^f^oAt wai made to ieciuiz the rwme and addxzii o^ hli people, 
but he ieemed fieluctant about giving the deilned In^ofmatlon. It wai known that hli 
panenti Lived In Iowa but all e^^^oAti to locate thejn wzAz futile, and the xemalm 
wexe IntzAAzd In the cemetzAy emt of, town Monday af^tennoon a^tzA a (^uneAol izAulcz 
at the Congfizgatlonal ChuAch conducted by Rzv. W. H, GlmblztX. Littlz wai known 
he/ie 0^ the dzczaizd ai hz had been Aunnlng on thz Oakzj, bnanch o{, thz Soo ion. only 
thAze weeki. VAevloui to that he had been Aunnlng ^fiom OakzJ, wtit to EAaddock £oA a 
ihoAt time, and altogethzA had been fijallAoadlng ^OK about a yeoA. 

Hz wai a plzaiont, quiet young izZZow, well liked by hli aiioctatej) , but had 
little to iay o^ hli tile bz^oAZ znteAlng the icAvlce oi the Soo. 

The yeoA old ion o^ Ua. and M^. VetzA Lenzen died lait Monday a^teA a bAizf, 
Ulnzii (lAom cholzna Iniarvbm, and wai bunted Wzdntiday a^^tzAnoon, iZAvlczJi being 
held In the Catholic ChuAch. They have thz iympathy oi alt In thzlA a^^llctlon. 



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INDEX to FILM // ' s 588 & 6313 



Adklns 2 

Allert 62 

Anderson 25,37,48 

Ash 21 

Austria 50 

Avery 47 

Baisley 50 

Bauer 1 

Bartwick 31 

Becker 7,14,17,59 

Bellin 35 

Berg 3 

Bergland 63 

Bergraann 29 

Bernard 2 

Bernatz 21 

Berseth 2 

Billington 20 

Bladow 35,37,50 

Blake. 28 

Blazer 30 

Blecker 30 

Blyla 1 

Boelke 4,10 

Bohn 3,5,10,15 

25,34,47,53 

Boldt ....25,48,56 

Boutlette 31 

Boutwell 32 

Bowers 17,26 

Braun 9,14 

Brendt 61 

Briggs 38,49 

Britton 29 

Brophy 21 

Buchholz 15 

Buckmaster 1 

Burnett 20 



Burroughs 37,38 

Caddot 41 

Campbell 45 

Carey 56 

Carpenter 31 

Carter 52 

Case 22,23 

Caudet 45 

Clough 18 

Collins 41 

Coppelman 5 

Craft 37 

Crittenden 41 

Crooks 28 

Cox 56 

Dallmann 39 

Damorau 13 

Davenport 58 

Davis 29,50 

Day 22 

Dei 5 

Delong 37 

Devine 31 

Dill 2 

Dirkewager 22 

Divet 11 

Dorman 17 

Dumpke 25 

Dunk 21,55 

Ebel 2 

Echdol 51,52 

Ellis 57 

Emerich 27 

Engels 62 

Erb 62 



Fahnrick 52 

Falk 32 

Falley 16 

Farley 2,3 

Faust 19,23 

Feahnrick 26 

Felton 36 

Fischer 3 

Foeltz 4 

Foster 32 

Frankfurth 15,21,57 

Garlow 66,67 

Gaulke 32 

Gehrke 35 

Godejohn ...3,4,10,26.38,67 

Goft 66 

Gollnick 7,14,15,31,45 

Goolsbey 7,14 

Glasner 31,38 

Gram 38,54 

Grandpreys 35 

Green 32,47 

Griepentrog 56 

Grippentroch 3 

Groskritz 47 

Guile 46 

Gunderson 39 

Gustman 49 

Hagemeister 56 

Uagen 36 

Hain 24 

Halpous 25 

Hamilton 21 

Hanson 24,47,48 

Hargrave 64,65 

Harrington 7,14 



Harris 35 

Hass 17 

Hawes 22,23 

Healey 34,35,62 

Heesch 31 

Heitman 2 

Heling 45 

Hemanway 62 

Hengel 20 

Hering 1 

Hermes 16 

Hiebrech 6,61 

Hilstead 41 

Hoefs 3,25 

Hoffman 23 

Hohenstein 15,29 

Hohenstern 2 

Holtz 54 

Holthausen 3 

Holzhauer 1 

Horak 40 

Houscom 31 

rfoward 15,61 

Hunt 13 

Hurley 46 

Hutton 24 

Hyatt 1 

Ink 31 

Jaeck 29 

Jahnke 57,65 

Jahr 3,23 

Jensen 16,62 

Jones 47 

Johns 16 

Johnson 2,18,35,46 

Just 57 



Kann 16 

Karls 19 

King 67 

Klnn 15 

Klawitter 22 

Klenick 19 

Klinnert 19,46 

Kluge 59 

Knaak 16 

Knok 1 

Knudson 61 

Kohler 15 

Koppelberger 21 

Kramer 26 

Krause 27,29.35,45 

Kressel 49 

Krump 3,15 

Kunert 18 

Kutchenbecker 24 

Labuda 2,17 

Lang 30 

Langbein 23 

Latterel 22 

Laux 25 

Lee 61 

Leer 18 

Leinan 9,14 

Lenzen 62,68 

Linberg ^ 

Lindy 2 

Lisk 26 

Lloyd 49,67 

Loewe 26 

Loll 56 

Luckfeet 29 

Macheel 18,42 

Madenwald 22 

Mahler 57 



Maloy 54 

Manikowski 2 

Marrien 35 

Mars 36 

Marsh 1,6,60 

Marshall 1 

Mashek 21 

Mathieson 47 

Matthews 28 

Maurer 40 

He, Bain 21 

Mc Clelland 32 

Mc Donald 29 

Mc Ginnis 32 

Mc Keinster 17 

Mc Laughlin j. 25 

Mc Marrow 41 

Mc Michael 15 

Medland 25 

Mehrer 62 

Merrifield 15,26,59 

Miesen 2 

Mihlis 15 

Miksche 1,2,6,8,66 

Millard 16 

Miller 3,20,22,28 

Mitchel 62 

Mlttag 52 

Mohr 3,6,14 

Monroe 68 

Moon '■ 

Moore 56 

Mueller 18 

Musgrave 36 

Neland 67 

Nelson '^7 

Newman 3,4,10,33 

Nohe 4,24,38,53 

Nold 3 



Nordtvedt 62 

Norman Al 

Normand 45 

NorCon 24 

Nulph 4 

Nye 49 

Odland 61 

Orcutt 2 

Paapa 41 

Paige 13 

Pappe 22 

Parslow 58 

Parsons 25 

Pars tow 17 

Pasbrig 1 

Patterson 30 

Paulson 2 

Peace 65 

Pefifer 3 

Penning 38 

Perschberger 4 

Peterson 1 

Pierce 59 

Pietz 36 

Polfus 3 

Ponath 3 

Popp 1,25 

Portner 27 

Powers 13 

Priess 46 

Prochnow 3 

Pyact 16 

Rackow 18 

Rahn 26 

Rausch 2 

ReChrath 39 

Rettig 19 



Rich 16 

Rlnderman 28 

Rischard 28 

Robinson 13 

Rockow 26 

Rodd 4,50 

Roe 35 

Roeder 3,30,61,64 

Rogers 36 

Rolhoff 16 

Roth 23,28,40 

Royer 24 

Russell 11,21 

Safeld 17 

Sand 25 

Saurer 15 

Saxton 7,14 

Schaefer 2,8 

Schiller 1 

Schilt 15 

Schiltz 25 

Scott 67 

Schraeder 29 

Schroeder 50 

Schultheis 25 

Schultz 25 

Sedler 25 

Sether 36 

Shepard 29 

Shipe 22,52,55 

Simmons 58 

Slasinger 28 

Snodgrass 66 

Sollner 1 

Spencer 15 

Speral 1 

Spicer 39 

Steffes 19,22 

Steger 13 



Stevens 17 

Stewart 1 ,47 

Stiles 1,56 

Stine 2 

Stinger 18 

Stohl 13 

Stoltenow 4,18,20 

Stressel 67 

Stroehl ,3 

Strubel 4,5,20,26,52 

Sunderhauf 59 

Swanson 25 

Sweeney 13,48 

Taylor 1,2,18,21,26 

Teeple 18 

Thomas 37 

Thompson 29 

Tiegs 2,39 

Tiseth 2 

Tremble 36 

Trimble 39 

Tyson 1,2,16,34,A2 

Vandergon 22 

Vecks 37 

Voeltz 3,17 

Wacha 1 

Wall 18 

Walters 23 

Ward 40 

Wamock 36 

Waterhouse 2,60 

Weise 58 

Weiss 2,22,41 

Westpath 3 

Wett 3 

Winefelt 2 

Winfield 2 



Winter 22 

Winthorst 23 

Wipperman 52,53 

Wirtz 22 

Witt 10 

Woiwode 25,29,36 



Wolf 62 

Wolff 23 

Wolfsdorf 57 

Wolters 31 

Wood 29 

Worner ,3,36,37 



Wrinkel 2 

Zacharias 67 

Zandt 15