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HANKINSON 



RICHLAND 

COUNTY 



BARNEY MOORETOl 

WAHPETON 

MANTADOR GREAT 
• BEND ^ 

HANKINSON "^"^^^^^ 
• • 

ILIDGERWOOD 

FAIRMOUNT' 



DATE MICROFILMED 
AUG 2 6 1938 

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PROJECT and 
ROLLB 



G. S. 

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NEWS 






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WovembeA 5, 1903 - kpfiiZ 25, 1907 

MARRIAGE and DEATH ANNOUMCEMEWT EXTRACTIOWS 
?Kom 
Thz HAMfCIWSOW WEWS 
HANKWSON, RICHLAWP COUMT/, NORTH t?AKOTA 

By 
EtizabeXh M. Cottcni 

n63S SE 164th St. 
RENTOH, WA. 9S0SS 

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© 1993 Elizabeth M. Collins 
Copyright 1993 by Elizabeth M. Collins 
All Rights Reserved Worldvd.de 

Printed in the United States of America 



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fUsn « 1570 HANONSOW NEWS Wov. 5, J903 - Hay 1, 7907 



Inu-cCotioni o/Le o\xt {ok thz maJuUja.gt o^ Otto W. Uzimann io M^4 Bt/vtha. Vumke., 
io iakz pla.cz ntxt ThuAJ>day moKnlng at thz W-c£d Htce ChuAch nofith o^ town. 

********** Noyjembtn. 12, 1903 

Thz manjiMiQZ oi RobzAX Vumkz to HUi Lzna lOuuiiiZ oc.cuAX.zd yzitzAday at ha£.{, pait 
tzn o'clock, at thz WZtd Rlcz ChuAch noAth o^ touon, Rev. HZtQZndoAd o^icAXuUng. 

Thz bfbidz -c4 thz daaghXzfi oi onz o^ thz \)lAjid Zicz iec/tcon'4 pAo&pzAouuk {,aAnizAi, 
and hoi ipznt thz gAzatzh. poAt o£ hzA ti^z In Zickland County. Thz gAoom li, a highZy 
Azipzctzd young man, a ion o^ Ha. and M/l4. Wm. Vumkz, and thz happy coupZz havz thz 
congAoXuZatAXinl) and bzit uxUhzi o^ a toAgz cJjicZz o^ iAizndi ^oA a long and happy 
maAAizd Uiiz. ********** Novzmbzn. U, 1905 

On Mov. 5th a maJUujigz Ziczniz u)a& -ciiued at. Wahpzton to fAltz J. Tlzii and hlA&. 
Ida HanbuAg, both o^ Hankauon. 

********** NouembeA 79, 7903 

At 10:30 AM tkL6 moAnAjng, at thz GzAman ChuAch noAth o^ town, occuAAzd thz moAK- 
■iagz oi Otto iil. Mzumann to Hiii BzAtha Vumkz, Rzv. Hilgzndofii oxidating. A numbzA 
oi iAlindi oi thz contAacting paAtiz6 dAovz out tht& moAntng to paAtLclpatz Zn thz 
iziitA.vltA.zk which wtll contbuLZ thAoughout thz day. 

Thz bAidz and gAoom OAZ wzlZ known young pzoplz, having AUldzd In thli vlclntty 
ilncz childhood, and havz thz bzit wli,hz6 oi aJUi. Thzy wltL makz thzlA homz, duAing 
thz wlntzA, with thz bAA,dz'6 paAznt&, Ua. and HAi. Wm. Vumkz. 

********** Noue/nbeA 79, 7903 

IAa6. Aticz Vavldion oi Wahpzton, widow oi thz latz Von R. Vavld&on, wa6 moAAizd 
at HoAbhall, UN., yz6teAday noon to Rzv. Wm. H. UzdloA, poitoA oi thz CongAzgatlonal 
ChuAch at AlzxandAia, MN. 

********** NovzmbzA 79, 7903 

ChA.vaAAi woi thz topic hzAZ iait ThuA&day zvznlng, whzn Hli>i> tmma Hohh wa^ man- 
Alzd to a poAty iAom Unnziota. Thz namz oi thz gzntlzman ti unknown to thz waUza. 

********** NovzmbzA 26, 7903 

T. L. WlpzA, who iomzAly woAkzd ioA John R. Jonzb hzAZ, wa6 moAAizd at Shztdon 
yz6tzAday to tJla>6 Bziilz UuMny. Ma. OJlpz^ li now ak^litant coiUeA oi thz Rani cm 
County Statz Bank at Sheldon ********** VzczmbzA 77, 7903 

fAzd Coppln wai, maXAlzd Azczntly at Sl&izton to a Robznti County young lady. 
Wz OAZ uyiablz to IzoAn thz namz oi thz bfudz, but TAzd'i many Hanklnion inlzndi join 
wlXh Thz MBIS In zxtzndlng congn^taUtloni ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Pecen-beA 24, 7903 

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Tfie moMMigz o^ HUi Mafae£ Mo4^eA, {^ofmojULy of^ ilnJjt placz, to Ha.. Otto TytzA 
occafu, tinjji zvzrUng at the. bfu.de.'i homz -oi TeuJmount. The. gfLOom wan Cfizout HohtheAn 
heZpzfL htfLZ and&n. F. E. Shaw {,0A. about /)Zx months and Zi, now agznt at Gzneu>zo, SoAg- 
tnt County. * * * ** PecembeA 24, 1903 

A VECAVE AGO [WZnteA oi '93) Thz mvuiiagt o£ Ua.. Aagu&t Gollnlck to Hi&i 

bJtth'elnUnz Ja&t/tjou} woi i,otejrnnA.ze.d, Rev. WoAwecfee of^^CAJiting. 
At&o. ...fAjonk Dunham and Hil,^ LiJbbZt Pond weAe mamUzd. 

• »»»»»,»»» Vzcmbzfi 24, 1903 

Thz mvuua.QZ oi ?Kzd Coppln, mention o{t uihich woi made in toit weefe'4 HBilS, 
occWiAzd at SZl,4>zton on thz 14th oi Vzc; thz bfiidz being Uli,6 Safiah Glxjttz, a popuZaJi 
young lady £Ajom nexvi E^lngton. Rev. Odz o^ SZiizton peAlohmzd thz czAemony. 

Thz ghoom il onz o£ ouA. moit induJbtAlouJk young {^oAmzu and a ho&t oi ^Alzndi) 
takz pZza&WLZ in zxtending congAotuLationi and bzit wiihzi to thz happy couple. 

»»»*»**«** Vzczmbzn. 31, 1903 



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HMKTNSON HAPPENINGS TEN VEARS AGO MaU Jolt, now a. IzadLng meAchant oi 

UantadoK, and Hi&i MoAy Scha^zA o£ E5na Towmhlp, MeAt maJOiltd. 

* ********* JanaoAy 7, 1904 

Thz bKejCLch 0(5 pAomlie. cnie oiJ PouuZint MacAfeou-cc/i vi. Anton Wohluiznd u)cu, itttttd 
oat 0(5 couAt at Wahpzton, thz platnttii fizcelvZng about $1,000 domagei accoftdtng to 
numoK. The. coiz poliuizd many laZadoai ^zatuAti and woatd havz fizgaZzd thz chotcz 
cAowd oi couAt toalzfUi who takz ptzoizafiz tn lack dtvzAiton, had it bzzn bfioaght to 
tAiaZ. Thz plaA.ntA.ii In thz ca&z aj> ititt undzfi ZndLctmznt at UomaJ>, MW., on thz 
ckoAgz oi malitng away vottk hzfi tniant chUZd. 

********** JanuoJiy 7, 1904 

Thz moAfiMLgz oi John Stottznou) to onz oi ouA wztt known young ladtzA Z& daz to 
ozcuA at an znAly datz. ,,,,,,»,,, ^^^^^^ ^^^ j^^^ 

Thz moAAiagz oi Atui Katz i)lakZ to M/i. Wm. Mclntyfiz wa& lolzmnZzzd at thz Catholic 
ChuAch yzitzfiday moAJiing, Rev. F>^. Studntcka oHictattng. Thz bfUdz -Ut a ilitzfi oi 
Hu. John Stzngzn. with whom ihz hat, madz hzA homz ioA lomz timz pakt. 

Thz gfvoom tLvzi> at Shzidon, thii itatz, whzAz thzy wilUL go to hoakzkzzping at 
oncz. CongAotatationl oAz zxXzndzd by a ZoAgz caAcJLz oi iAizndi. 

* * * * * JanuoAy 27, 7904 

YzitzAday moaning at Lidgz/vwood, at 10:50 AM occuAfizd thz moAAiagz oi UaM Emma 
Kotchian to M^. ChanZzk Hiz&zn, Rev. Fa. lumbaitch pzKiofuning thz czAzmony. Thz bnidz 
ii> a 4>iitzfL oi J. A. Kotchian oi thz iifm oi Kotchian S Hizizn, and thz gfvoom i6 thz 
junioA. mzmbzt oi thz iifm and hai, chatigz oi thz baiinzi>6 hzAz. 

Thz gfioom hai, bzzn a fiziidznt oi Hankin&on but a ihont timz bat hat madz many 
iAizndi who zxtznd congfiatatationi, and bz&t wi&hz&. Hfi. and Ma/,. Hiz&zn wilZ go to 
hou^zkzzping in a ihoAt timz. »,»**,««,« januoAy 11, 1904 

Ga&tav Etadow and Miii HoAy GatimzA wzAz Zicznizd to wed by County Judge Wafee- 
iizZd at Wahpzton loit wzzk. »»*»**««»» JanuoAy n 1904 

Thz moAAiagz oi Wm. Eiwick to HLil Edna HaycAoit took placz lo&t SatuAday at 
thz homz oi thz bnidz' I paAznti in Eima Twp. Only thz immzdiatz iamlZy wai pAz&znt and 
thz czAzmony wai pzAioAmzd by Rev. H. C. Compton. 

Thz bAidz i& a doughtzA oi Ha. and UAi. Gzo. HaycAoit and has tivzd in thii 
vicinity thz gAzatzA poAt oi hzA tiiz. HtA iAizndi oAz tzgion and alZ. zxtznd bzit 
wii>hzi>. 

Thz gAjoom ih an induitnioai young ioAmzA and it> iavoAahty known ioA hi& 6tzA- 
ting quaiitizi). Thz happy couplz havz gonz to houizkzzping on thz Kountl, ioAm, which 
M/L. Eiwick ha& Izaizd ioA thz coming izaion. JanuoAy 2S, 1904 

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Thz moA/Liage. 0($ Loot* BudgwZi chfU. to HU-i Magg-ce ReJ,ck6tad occuAAzd at the. 
paJLCih hoiHiZ Tuudaii, Rev. Fa. StucbUcka pznf^onmLng thz czAzmony. The bAcdz. Zi a 
daughtzt 0(J M^i. and MAi. John Rzlch&tad oi thll> placz and the. gioom'^ homz l6 Jjn. 
Udgzfutiood. ********** Fzhfumnij 11, 1904 

Thz avzAagz MoAth Dakota pKzachzA. x4 not to bz outdonz by imaJUi dA.{j{jZcuJUU.u . 
OvzA at TaJjmoant thz othzA day a coupZz pAZizntzd thzmztvz^ at thz homz o{, Rzv. HantzA 
and a&kzd Ivijn to pzA^oAjm a ma/ifUxigz czAzmony. TnqvuAy dzvztopzd thz ^act that thz gnxiom 
had 6zcuAzd a ticzmz A,n ULnnziota. 

K^tzA dzJLibzAcuting a momznt thz 6ky p^ot jimpzd Znto thz buggy with thz coaplz, 
dAovz acA066 thz tinz into ULnnziota, and pzA^onmzd thz czAzmony in thz opzn ait. Thz 
poAty thzn KztuKnzd to tkz gKoom'6 homz on thz Hofith Vakota iidz vohznz thz wzddLing woi 
fittingly czZzhAotzd. ********** FzbfiuoAy 11, 1904 

FoAmzA ^Aizndi and nzighbou o^ FAzd UuAnbzAgzA in thii vicinity wznz iomewhat 
iiUApnijiZd to tzoAn o^ hii Kzcznt manAiagz back in Ohio, but aZJi join in wishing him 
much joy. ********** TzbfuioAy IS, 1904 

FfizdzAick NuAnhzAgzA, an zaJity iztttzn. in BzZ{,oA.d and LibzAty Tmp. and wzJLl 
known to many of^ ouA Azadzu, wai moAAizd at VzmbzAvittz, OH., fizczntZy to Ma4. Anniz 
UnkoAt. Thz bAA,dz 6pznt poAt o£ lakt iunrnzA in holding down a ctaiin in thz noAthzAn 
poAt o{t thz iitatz, having joinzd a numbzA o{i othzA iotdizW widows {,on. that puApoiz. 
WhiZz on hzA cZaim shz madz thz acquaintancz o{) Ma.. HuAnbzAgzA, with thz abovz KUuLt. 

********** TzbfiuoAy IS, 1904 

Mc6A UoAtha Knaak and Ha. CoaZ Backhaui WZAZ moAAizd at thz Gznman EvangzLical 
ChuAch Tuz6day mo tuning. Rev. Kunz oiiiciating. 

Thz bnidz il> a daugktzA ojj Ma., and Hu. August Knaak, who tlvz just southwzst oi$ 
town, and thz gAX)om is a son 0|$ Ma. and MM. CoaZ Eackhaus. Fotiowing thz czAzmony, 
thz wzdding was cztzbmxtzd at thz homz o^ thz bfuAz's paAznts . 

********** TehKuoAjj 25, 1904 

LEAP /EAR ROMANCE 

A tzjap yzoA Aomancz vzhjy much bzyond thz oKdinoAy af^^aiAS ol thz hzoAt, in which 
a woman'ii dz{^tnzi>s in combining tovz and businzjiS and a man's ignohancz oi {^zitiinLnz 
natuAz OAZ thz c/u.e(J ztzmznts, has tizczntZy bzzn znactzd ovzA at Whitz Rock. A gznuinz 
Izap yzoA pfLoposal, a tu)ztvz milz fiidz by thz hzAo, a Izap into matAimony and thz ownzA- 

ship o{i thAzz buUiding tots and alZ insidz oi$ thz spacz o{, thxzz houAS, constitutz 

in bKiz{, thz main incidznts in thz dAoma. 

M. S. Olson, {^onmznZy managzA of^ thz S. E. OscaASon Company o{, that placz, jzst- 
ingly askzd onz o^ his izXZow cZzAks , ULss Eva Lund, how hzA Lzap VzaA ambitions wzAz 
coming on, and incidzntatty o^f^zAzd to pAzsznt hzA with thAZZ building lots oi an agg- 
Azgatz valuz Oi$ ^300 i{i shz would gzt moAAizd 6ei$oAe S o'clock that zvzning. 

Sati^{,ying heASzl{) that thz oiizA would bz madz good i{) thz conditions wzAz com- 

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plZzd uuXh, Hii-i Lund qalzXZy Zz^i iht itoxz and pnccztdzd to thz vooAdioaite. and oat- 
tintd a plan to BMt Soz, hoA {^nce.. Jhtn.z wot) but tiXtlz tanz ion deMulzd zxptaln- 
atloni, and Mk. Soz teZzpkonzd to Whzaton to havz a LLcznisZ Kzady and iznt a huAAy caZZ 
^OA a £a6t tzam o^ hoA^zi>. Thz -tune ZAjnit woi B o'clock. 

At 7: 30 PM aZZ thz {^ofmaZAjU.zi> A.ncJ,dznt to taundvLng upon a mathAjnonJjaZ. coAeeA 
wzfiz ovzfi, and Wl. Ot&on, iummonzd to thz long dZitancz tzZzphonz, voait Zn^onjnzd that 
tht coauz o£ tfLUZ Zovz had Kun both imoothZy and HapZdZy and that hz uioi thz Zo6ZA to 
thz zxtznt o{i thAzz buildAJig Zoti. Ma.. Ot&on lntznd6 to adkzfiz &tAA.ctty to hAJ> pant 
oi thz compact. »••»«»»»«» ^^^ 3^ j,^^ 

Wm. SchZageJi and Hiiti kdaJU.nz Voich, both o^ Havana, uizAz maJOvizd at thz Cong't 
pa/uonagz la6t ThuA&day, Rev. Compton of^f^CAjxting . Thz bfiJidz -U a coaiZn OjJ Joi. Bzch- 
tal oi GKzat Bend and thz gfwom ^ a b/iothzA o^ Hfu. W. G. Liniz oi thz WzJ>t HotzZ, 

A iumptuoui, wzdding iuppzt wai iZAvzd at thz hotzi iottouUng thz czAzmomf and 
du/u.ng thz zvzning a poAty oi 6ZAznadzu paid ikzifi AZipzcti to Xhz nzwttf wzddzd coaplz. 
^^/[.. and Hu . SchZagzt wJJUi makz thzJji homz at Havannjx. 

Uonth Dakota' i onty rrULLionaZAZ, Cot. C. A. Hohton oi Taxgo, wait maJi/Uzd In St. 
Paul lait u)zzk to Hiii Hzlzn Suianion, a nu/u,z who had attzndzd hJjn thAoagh a izvzAz 
-iitnzi.i. Thz announczmznti iaZt to itatz whzthzt thz vaLiant colonzl izZl a vlcJujn 
to thz w^Zzd oi a Izap yzoA cupld, ok did hli ouin pAopoilng. 

********** MoAc/i 10, 1904 

A btg uozddLng occuAAzd thJj> mofiyung at thz W-itd Ricz ChuAch noKth oi touin, thz 
pnyincLpali, being FAank l^zdzmoatd and Mc44 Bzntha Vankoui. Thz czAzmony wcu pzAionmzd 
by Rev. H^gzndoAi and u)ai> attzndzd by a loJigz nwmbzK oi ihlzndi. 

We OAZ plzoizd to annoucz thz appnoachlng mafifujagz oi ou/i populoA hlofuthztn Pac- 
lilc Agznt, Ma.. Pn.zd Stokzlzy. Thz bhldz'i namz !& Ha,6 Poia Hozit oi VzzA Cnzzk, MW. 
AitzA a bfUzi honzymoon Ma., and Ma6. Stokzlzy uUlZ KztuAn to GAzat Bend to AZitdz and 
Mill be a wztcomz addition to ouA moAAlzd izt. 

********** HoAch 17, 1904 

A wzddlng oi conildzAablz local tntzAzit took placz In Hinnzjxpolii, on Tuziday 
zvzning oi thls> wzzk at 8 PM., Ha>i CloAa liabzl Balzntlnz and EdwoAd F. bJlAth bzlng 
thz contAacting poAtiu . Thz CZAzmony wa& pzAioAmzd at thz homz oi thz bfUdz'6 bAo- 
thzA, S. BalzntLnz, 102S Ea&t 25th St., thz bzaatiiul and ImpAzi-ilvz izAvlcz oi thz 
PAZibytzAian ChuAch being u6zd. 

Thz contAacting poAtlzis oAz too well known to nzzd any IntAoductlon to local 
AzadzAi, thz bAidz having bzzn, ioA a couplz oi yzoAi, one oi thz nufuzi In thz hoip- 
Ital hzAZ and a iavonltz among thz youngzn. social izt. HeA gznlal mannzA made iAlzndi 
on zveAjy hand and i,hz uxlll bz weZcomzd back to Hanklmon by all who fenew heA. 

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The. gncom xi a tzading KzxiZ utaXt and Ajikunjunce. agtnt and ha& caJULtd HankLn- 
&on hib homz {,oA tzn on. AveZve yzau. He ha& a ho6t of, {^fu-eyidLb not onZy In Hanklmon 
but -tn Wahpzton, whzAz hz woi Vzputy Kzg-Litzn. o{t Vzzd6 {^oi tu)o yzau, and aZl joZn In 
extending hzajUy c.ongAatuZatlonJ> and but w-cifiei jJoA. thz ^utufLZ happinzi/> and pfw&pzfi- 
iXij 0)J tkz newly uizddzd coupZz. 

M/t. and Mw. WVitk afOu.vzd homz on thJit, moA.n^g'i tfuLin and viWi at onzz go to 
hocuzkzzpZng Zn thz LUZzy cottagz on 6outh Mooi St. 

Augu6i Knaak and MciA Anna. KLLngeA. wzfiz moA/itzd at thz GzAman EvangeticaC Chafich 
thM, moAntng, Rev. Kunz o^^cuxiting. 

»»*«*,*,»« y^^ 24, 1904 

LotUz JhainoK zxpzct& to tzavz 6oon £oK HicJUgan to be manfUzd Gnzat Bznd 

MaAAtzd, at St. John' 6 ChuAch In Wahpzton, on Sunday a^teAnoon, KpfuZ 3Kd, 1904, 
M64A KathzAtnz BafeeA to Wi. hi. J, KAzb^bach, both OjJ HanlUnion, Rev. Fa.. TUttzA oi^Zc- 
-iattng. Thz contracting poAtizi anz weZt known hzAZ, thz bttidz having bzzn engaged 
In thz dAe^&makzlng buMlneM ioK a coupZz oi yzoAk, wklZz thz gnoom aj> hzad ctejik. at 
Kotchian £ Hizkzn'i. CongARtuZatZoni and bzit uiZihzi OAZ zxtzndzd by thz many ^Aiznd& 

Oi thz COUplZ. «««•«««»«* ^^^^ 7^ ;g^^ 

MU4 C^o'ui Kovei ' {iHtznd& Zn Gfiejot 'Bznd zxtznd congnatuZatiom on hzn. moAfitagz 
at Hankln&on Za&t weefe to G. P. AAm&ttong. 

********** ApA^ 14, 1904 

John StAUizt hoi not AztuAnzd {,fLom FeAgat> TaZJU> at tJuJ, wAittng, but It It, 
undzutood that hz waJUL bhtng a bntdz whzn hz comz&. A hoit o{i {^ntznd^ zxtznd conghot- 
ulattoni. »•««»»«*»« ^p^^ j^^ jg^^ 

MARRIEP At UadUon, MW. , on Wzdnzkday, ApfUZ 6th, 1904, t/iAi . Lee A. Ogdzn 

to Ua. John L.StAohm. 

CoAdi, announcing thz abovz happy even;C uieAz Kzcztvzd by HankJini>on {,Aiznd6 o^ 

thz gn.oom lat,t weefe, and cfizated no iuApKiiz. A{,teA a bntzf, wedding tntp h'A. and h\Ai,. 

StAohm oAtlyjzd in Hanktnkon Sunday zvzntng, wheAz they n.zceA.vzd thz hzaAty conghatuZat- 

■ioni, 0]$ a latigz numbeA 0($ a66zmblzd {^AZznd& . Thz gAoom locatzd hzAZ about two yzoAi 

ago ($0A. thz pAacticz o{^ law and hoi ^oAmzd a loAgz cZacZz oi £fu.end6 . Thz bnZdz aj> an 

accomptiihzd lady and wUZ be a valujxblz addition to ouA locZaZ clAcZzi. 

********** ^p,^ T4^ ,904 

WalteA Landdick, one o£ thz populoA cZznki at E. HungeA 6 Son'i>, Izavzi tonight 

^OA Moion City, lA., wiie^e hz li to bz maAAizd to an ti>tlmablz young lady 0($ that city. 

Thzy wlZZ makz Hankln&on thzln. homz, 

********** ^p^^ j4^ jt)04 

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C. S. ?heZp6 dtpoAtdd SatuAdcuf {^o^ Hinnzapotii> , on Tuuday a moMJjXQa LLce.niz 
woLb AJt/tUtd to Ctydz S. PheZpi, and Ha>i MyAa Johnson, and thz pAuumptlon hzftz Zi that 
anothzA o^ Hankyiniion'6 popataji young couptti, have, been jo-Lne.d Zn wtdtock. 

Thz Haniumon {^fileyidi OjJ thz coupZz have, no ^ufithtn. knowZzdge. oiJ tht wzdding 
than that g^ven abovz, bat Zt Zi txptcZzd that thty wZtt ojikLvz Zn Hanklniton within 
a Im day6 and at once, go to hoaizkztpZng Zn the KZng cottage on the nofith iZde oi 
town, whZch M/i, Fhelpi Zeoitd i,omz tZme ago and ha& ^uAnZihed loK occupancy. The 
newly wedded paZfi aJie. too w&U. known to ne.zd any extended ZntAodixctZon to tocaZ. fieadeM. 
Ton. teveJwJL yeoMh the gAoom fioi been a valued employee o{^ John R. Jonei and at the pfie^- 
znt tZim hoi a Ke/>pon&Zble poiZtZon Zn the latteA'-i o{{)Zce. Thz bfiZde iofi iome tZme 
poit ha& been employed Zn Uk. Jonei ' oK^Zce Zn the capacZJy o^ ittenogKapheA, and diUiZng 
heA Ae^Zdenct Zn HankZjiion hai, {,oAme.d a laft^z cOicle oi f^filendi, who zxtend congKotixl- 



atZjoni and bzi>t wZ&he^. »««««»»««» 



ApfiU 14, 1904 



A quZeX home wedding occuAAzd lait ThuMday evenZng at 8 ?M when Hd>-i> ClaJia 
Koued and Ma. GZtbeAt P. AAmitAong wheAe unZted Zn mafUiZage at the home. o£ Ma. and hiu. 
Wm. StAubeZ. aJL 8 o'clock. Rev. EfiemeA o^ Cfieat Bend oUZcZatZng. 

The. cexemony woi wZtnt&^ed by only thz Zmmedijate AeZatZve^. The. contAactZng 
pafitZti oJie will and ^avoAohley known, the. bnZde havZng Kt&Zded in thZj> vZcZnZty aZ- 
moAt iiZncz chZZdhood, whZZe. the. gfvoom lofi the pa&t yeaJi oK mofie. ha6 bzen bookkzepeji 
at the milZ. They afit popal/vt wZth alZ and have the congAotuZatZoni and be^t wZ&heJ> 
0(5 the entiAe communZty. Ma. and Ma4. AAmst/iong have gone to houiekeeping in the 
Odenbach cottage on the wei-t iZde. 

********** ApA^^ 14, 1904 

WALTER LAMWJCK MARRIEP 

St. Paul VZi patch: WaZteA LanddZck, HankZnion, NV., and UZbi, OtZZZe VoicheA. 

0|J CoApen^eA, lA., weAe moAnZed Zn the pafiZoik of, the. SheAman HoteZ. Ju&tZce o^ the 
Peace, Joie.ph Smith, oi the We^t Side, pcAlofvmed the ceAemony. 

A ZoAge. paAty, {/iZendi> o^ thz coupZe, came Zn on the fiaZn wZth them, and a bZg 
wedding dZnneA wai ieAved. VuAing the a{,teAnoon the guziti, of, the hoteZ toa&ted the 
bfu.de and gfioom with numeAou^ bottZeJt o^ champagne 

The gAoom'6 HankZmon ^nZendb hasten to extend congfiatuZatZoni, . The newZy wed- 
ded coupZe axe expected to aAHive Zn a leu dayi> and wZlZ at once go to hoa&eJzeepZng 
Zn the F. 0. HungeA cottagz on Wz&teAn Avenut. 

********** ApAxX 21, 1904 

The moAAZage oi Wm. BeAndt to Mi6i BeAtha KZuge wai iolemnZzed at the home o{, 
F. W. Uoihek Zn LZdgeAA}ood on ThuAiday o^ Zxu,t week, Rev. Uioviub odf^icZjotZng. 

Thz contAactZng paAJxe^ AziZde wzit o{^ town and oAe weZZ known. They have thz 
congAotalatZoni 0|{ a ZoAge cZacZz o^ {^AZendi, and wzZZ wZj,hzu. 

»»•»*,»»,» ^p^^ 27^ 1904 

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Cn.zat Etnd ChanZu MoAa6, N. P. Agen;t cut MooAeXon, wcu, majuiltd. at FeAgoi 

faZJUi ijxtit weefe to MiiA Maude E. loQue.. The, QKoom'l {^fvizndi, txte.nd congfiatLLZcutioni, . 

»»»»«»*»»» ^p^^ 2S, 1904 

John B. WagneA 0({ LidgzAuiood, wdUi known in thii vl<u.nyLty, wot manxizd at blah- 
pzton lait weefe to Hiii Anna HuppzZcA at tht home, ol the. bfUde.'^ motheA. Bishop Sha- 
nZejj oi TafiQO o iy.cJjate.d. A ho&t o£ Hanklnion iKtendi e.xtznd congfiatuZationi . 

********** ^p^^ 2«, 7904 

Johnny St/uMzl mJUi go to TeJigiK, TaZli the latteA poAt of^ thti month (,on. hii 

bKidt, and tkzy mJUi makz theXA home in tht naat cottage, juit completed by Ma. StAA.i,6el. 

********** ^^5^ J9Q4 

The moJtAiage. o^ John BummeMbach to Hiii, Uafuj MaucA occuM.e.d at the Catholic 
ChuAch on Tuesday moaning, Rev. Fa.. Studnicka. oi^ciating. Both o^ the contracting 
poAtieJt fieMide. on the. noAth &idt o£ town. 

********** May 5, 1904 

GREAT BEhlV Invitationl, afie. oat ^oK the. wedding oi Johnny Stni66eJi of, GKtat 

Bend to Hii-i lydia SckfioedeA at feAgu6 TaJUU, UH., on ThuAsday, May 26th. The {ifiiendi 
Oi$ the gfwom-to-be oioatt witk pleoiuAe. the. oaaa-voZ o^ tht couple, at tkeJji {^atuAe home 
among ai> . The gAoom ha6 Azcently completed one oi{ the neateJ:>t djoeJUU.ngi, in town which 
thty wiU occupy. ********** May 12, J904 

Invitation!, oAe out (JoA the moAAiage oi kdoli GfU.e.pe.ntAog to Hi&i kmeJiia. Tiegh 

at. the Wild Rice LutheAan ChuAck next Wzdntiday moHning, May ISth. The bhide il, a 
daaghteA 0(5 Ma. and Ma4. HeAman Tie.gi. 

********** Uay U, 1904 

Thz moAniage. o{, Hits Kate JaAifey to HeAman Hittag it, announced iJoA next Tues- 
day, the 24th oi May, at the Catholic pauonage. 

********** Hay 19, 1904 

HoAAied, at the Catholic ChuAch, on Uondaij, May 16th, Annie HennenLLng to 
Thjxnk. Bommeubadn., both o( Hanktmon, Rev. Fa. Studnicka peA{,oAmlng the ceAemony. 

********** Hay 19, 1904 

UoAAied, at the Wild R^cce ChuAck noAth ojj town, on Wedne&day, Hay ISth, kdolph 
GAiepentAog to HUs Amelia Tiegs, Rev. HilgendoAl peAf^oAmlng the ceAemony. 

The bAA.de ii> a populoA young lady, a daughter of^ Ha. and Maa . Henman Tieg6, 
and ha& gAown to woman hood in Richland County. The gAoom i6 a pAoipeAoui, young 
doAmeA who hai, the Kei,pect 0($ all who know hijn, and a hoit ol {^Axendi extend congAot- 
uZationi and bei,t wi&hei to the young couple. foULowing the ceAemony a loAge wedding 
poAty made meAAy at the home o^ the bAA.de' i paAent&. 

********** Hay 19, 1904 

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J. F. StAAMitzZ hoi, goKie io Fe/tgoi TaZJii>, MW., wfieAe he. li to be. mcuuLizd on 
ThuMday, the 26th o{, Mcu/, to Ha>6 SchAoedeA at the. luJkeAjojn. ChuAch. 

Thty mZZ fieMinn at once to Cxeat Bend and qo to hooiekeeplng In tine home pKe- 
pojied by thz g/ioom. The young couple. mJiZ bt a weZcjome addition to ouJi liXtle city 
and aZZ extend hexxAtieMt congfiatuZationii and be^t Mlihti. 

*•»»*»«»«» Hay 26, 1904 

MofUiied, at Ofvonoco, MN., on Wednesday, Mat/ Z5th, Hiii Auguita L. Uoutton to 
Rev. H. E. Wa£feeA. The gfvoom hai, bezn a Ktiident o^ Hankin6on ^ofi the pait thA.e.t 
yeau and duAing the pait yejvi hai, bze.n pat>toK oi the CongKegationat chaAgti at Wynd- 
meAz and Vcxtefi. A toAge ciAcZz o{f {/liej^di zxtznd congfiatuZatiom and be/it wi&hu. 

^A. and Hu. iiJatkeA wiit be "at home" to theJji ifu.e.ndi> in Hankimon a^teA 
June 10th. »«»*»«»»»* Hay 26, 1904 

HoAAied, at the. Catholic pauonagt, on Tuesday, May 24th, HeAman Hittag to 
liUii, Katie Jauky, Rev. Fa. Studnicka o ifjiciating . The. u&ual uedding {^e^tiviXieJi 
loUiowed at the home oi the b/iidc'i uncZe in the tvejiing. 

********** Hay 26, 1904 

GREAT BENP Youn. coM.e^pondent in iome May neglected to mention the Aecznt 

maAAiage o^ Gutit Walhy, ouA popuZoA haAne.&6 makeA, to HCii Ida Popp. Thz wedding 
wai a quiet ai^aiA, onJLy the Ketativei> and immediate {^Aiendi being p^je&ent. Rev. 
ExejneA peA{^ofuned the cetemony a^tzA which an elegant 6uppeA woi, izAved. Though a 
little late, we take pleat>uAe in extending congAjotuZationl, and beit wiihti. The 

neiMly wedded couple wiZZ go to housekeeping ioon. 

AnotheA wedding i>oon, out in the Leo StAuheZ neighborhood. 

VERNON. . ..Alb eAt SAu&ch and HI&6 Uinnie EichleA, popuZoA young people 0($ Hlnn- 
eitota Townihip, oAe to be moAAied at the bnide'i home we&t o^ town on ifledneiday of, 
next week. We extend congAotuZatiom, in advance. 

HoAAied, at the home o^ Mt. and M/i6. F. HeZey, on Monday evening, June 13th, 
1904, Ma. Anckew Leitch to Mi&i Ada Andaai>6, Rev. W. V. RickeAt peAf^oAming the ceAe- 
mony . 

The gKoom ii, a Aeiident o^ Undenwood, MN., whiZe the bAide'i home ii at WateA- 
loo, WI. FolZowing the ceAemony, which wai, witne&ied by a {^ew intimate {,Aiend&, a 
wedding 6uppeA wai leAved, and the newly wedded couple le^t Tue&day {^oa Undenwood, 
wheAe they wiZl Aei>ide. »»»»»»*»«* j^^ j^ j^^^ 

hi. C. HcVonald, SupeAintendent o^ the LidgeAwood Schools and fids KatheAine 
BeZangeA, VAincipaZ of, the High School theAe duAing the past yeoA, we're moAAied at 
UinneapotUi on Tuesday. ««»»«»»«*» j^^^ j^ ^^q^ 

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GREAT BENV....He.nfiy AchWi vocu, maruvitd Atcznttij to a daughteA o^ CoaZ HeAmos, 
CongfiOituZatyioni, claz zxtzndzd to thz happy couple.. 

********** June f 3, 1904 

UcJOvizd, at the. bfu-dt'i homz tn Hinnuota Twip., on bltdnuday, June 22nd, 
AlbeAt BAo&h to Mc64 Hinntz EtchZtn.. The. redding woe, attended by a nwmbeA o^ ^nZendi, 
and aJUi extended congAatuZattoni to thz young couple. May they live long and pfwi>peA. 

Un.. and Hu. C. LUk attended the wedding 0|$ Jamei LexvOiaJit and Mc4A Goldy 
Johnson at VoAAmount Ixubt euejiotg. Ihe gfioom aJ> a ion 0)$ VoitmaiiteA Leatha/ut and 
holdd a position in. the goveAnment JntejuwZ Revenue Of^f^ce at AbeAdeen. 

********** June 23, 1904 

GREAT BEWP John Stoltenovo and Hi&& Lejw. Gaklefi weh.e moAnied at the b/iide'i 

poAenti, M/t. and M/ii. FeAdinand GahZeA, tkfiee miZeJi noKth oi heAe. The congAatuZatioM 
and bt&t wiihej, 0(5 alZ an.e extended. 

********** June 50, 1904 

A moAAiage ticejike woA ij,i>ued in UinnejxpoHM on Honday to AoAon Wol^gAen and 
Hiii Johanna WolteA. The bfiide i6 pfwbably Hi&i Jo&ie WolteA who wa& at one time a 
Ae^ident o^ Hankimon, »»«»»««»»* j^^ 2o 1904 

HoAAied, at LidgeAwood, on Sunday, June. 26th, Da. N. J. ShieZdi to Hii-i Uoa- 
ceZta Hoviai, eZdut daughteA 0($ Ma., and Ma6. W. R. Movioui. The newly wedded couple 
wHUL leave on July 13th {^oa a tAip to EuAope. 

GREAT 8EWP WoAd hoi been Aecelved o^ the maAAiage o^ He.nAy EAandeZ, ioA- 

moAly oi GAeat Bend, at Phoenix, Al., Aecently. The bAi.de i& a young lady £Aom Boston, 
MA. ********** July 7, 1904 

HoAAied, at the Catholic ChuAch, on Tueidag moAning, June 5th, at 10 AM, John Studnicka 
and Mc4i Louisa PAohl, both 0^ Milwaukee. The gAoom is a bAo^eA oi Rev. J. F. Stud- 
nicka and the wedding was oAAanged to take place heAe in oAdeA that the latteA might 
peAioAm the ceAemony. ********** j^ 7 j^^^ 

Va. Riddle, one 0^ the eoAty pioneeAS in Hankin&on, was moAAied Aecently to a 

ladjy who Atside^ on a loAm neoA lake Tewaukon, jast acAoss the line in SoAgent County. 

On the occasion o{i hJji next visit to Hankinson the L. G. B. will suAely give Voc. the 

Aeception to which he is entitled in joining the Benedicts. 

********** jj^ j^ jgj,^ 

GREAT BEWP Jean Lucy, SupeAintendent of, the Adams {,aAm, was moAAied Aecently, 

and the band boys dAove out and seAenaded him. 

********** j^^ J4^ jg^4 

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A moMJUage. ticznie. wai l66ue.d Loubt ThuMday to Auguit SchAozdfL and Mc44 Emma. 
Tauch, both o^ SznofUL, 

Ati^zd OUvQJi and Hiu ElzanoK Bejm&tt, both oi E^ington, weAe. maAKizd at Wahpcton 
txict Wtdm&day, at the. home, oi E. 8. OtiveA. They wiZZ make, thelt home, at Wahpeton. 

GREAT BEMV....UaAAA,e.d, on Monday, JuZy nth, Wm. Gotinick to Hl&i, OfuL GfuepeJvtACQ , 
both oi BfiandejnbvJiQ Townilvip. Tht gfwom JU a pfi06peAoa& iafmeA and tkz bnlde. aj> a dau- 
ghteA. oi Choiii. GfiltpentKog . CongfiatuZattom oJie. extended. 

»»«»«»»»«» jy^ 2S, 1904 

UaAfvizd at the Luthe/um CkuAch on JuZy 14th, A.ugui>t SchwzdeA to Hi&6 Tauch, both 
oi Scnofta. The. be/>t wlihe^ oi aZZ ate e.xte.nde.d to the. young couple. 

• •««»«»»»« J^^ 2S, 1904 

The maJuUa.ge oi Theo. Neumann to (ii66 Lena Vaatz w<x4 iolemnlzzd at Wahpeton on 
Tuesday, Judge WdieiteZd oUZciating. 

Both paJvU.eJ> have, tived. Zn the. v-icxjuty iofi yeoAi and have. the. beJ>t uilihti oi a 
loAge. CAActe. oi ifu.endi> iofi theAJi iutwiz happineM . 

••»««»»»»» Auguit 4, 1904 

TEW YEARS AGO... Column. ..The. moMlagt oi W. E. Spotten to HUi Jennlt UaZkeA. 

occufiAzd on July 24th. [1S94) 

********** Augu&t 4, 1904 

GREAT BEWP Hiii HoAgoAeX Beaton and Clyde Halfioyd, both oi UooKeion, weKe 

maftAA.e.d at BKeckenAx.dge la^t weefe. Rev. P. 0. WZIUjum oi the Congregational Chwich 
at IX^itght peJiioAmed the ceremony. 

********** Augu&t 11, 1904 

An exchange., .bayi that it ti itnguloA that the. Statt oi Uat/Umony hoi nzveA made, 
any e.iiofit to be admitted to the unton. It ti bound by hugging and kliiing on one 
^■ide. and cAadle/> and babte^ on the. otheA. Its chtzi pfwducti> oAe population, bfioom 
handler and staying out nlghti. It uxi6 dJj>coveAed by Adam and Eve whiJiz trying to 
diicoveA a northeast pa66age. out oi pafiadiie. SuAely all theJte. Kequi6ite.& entiXleJ> 
heA to a itat in the statehood. 

********** Augu&t 11, 1904 

UaMied, at itiahpeton, on JuZy 30th, by Justice. Pom), AnthuA C. MoAih to Hiii Emma 
M. AndeA&on, both oi Hankin6on. 

********** Auguit 11, 1904 



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Tfuwugh a Randan papeA The NEWS Xi znabZe.d to cJnAotvidLi. the. maJinixLQe. o{, ^Jj>i 
Agnei WaLttu to Choi. B. H(VLtuu.ck, whyick happy tve.yvt occuM.td thii weefe at the. home 
o{i the bfUde'i i,Aj>teJi, Uu. Tfied liJZntJiofiit, at Wew Salem, MP. The contAactlng poAJtLei 
aJie. voeZt knovon hzAt, tht bKJidz bzying the. daughteM. o{, Rev. and Ufa. WalXeM, ^ofmeAhj 
ofi thil, ptate., and the gfioom a {^ofmeji bookktzpeA -oi Wm. Gftjauie.'A htoKe. but now tht 
tAaveLLng KepA.tl,entatLve o^ a St. Vaat {fVvm. A ho6t oi HanlUnion ^Alendi zxtend con- 
gmtuJtatA.on& and be^t uil&hti to the happy couple. 

»»»»»»»«»» Augait IS, 1904 

UaJOvizd, at tht CathoULc pauonage, on Honday mofiyiLng at 9 AM, Hiii Lizzie. 
AlbeAt to Wm. L. M. Ca&tlz, Re.v. J. F. Stu.dyu.cka o{,{^cJ.aXUng. 

Tfie bfu.de cleAked In G. L. Ha{iemeZi>teA' i itofie dufilng the Atrnimet and hcA home 
Aj, at LaCJva&he, WI. The. gfioom ll, a {^afmefi living neafi Redwood TaZlk, MN., and they 
le.it {jOA. that place Immzdlately {^oZloMlng tht ctfiemony. 

»»»»»»»•»» Septewbtfi S, 1904 

Tht majwiagt o^ Joihua Btcktal to Uii6 Alma Sohn woa Ao£eni/u.zed at tht homt o^ 
tht bfUdt'i paAtnti, Mfi. and M/l6 . Alhext Bohn, on Stpt. 10th, Rev. T. filnk oi{yiclat- 
Ing. Tht ceAemony woi uiltnt&itd by a 6mall poAty o{, AeZatlvti, a^ttfi which a delight- 
ful wtddlng Ktpaj>t woi itAvtd. 

Both poAXlti oAt well and {^avofuibly known, tht buldt being a daaghteA oi ont 0(J 
ouA mat highly Ktptcttd iaAmtAi, and hoi fitildtd In ZicJiland County all htA tiit, 
whilt tilt gfuoom aj> a ion oi Rev. J. Btchtel, iofuntnly Faitofi o^ the M. E. ChuAch htfit. 
They havt alAtady gone to hooiekttplng on tht Chai. WofintA {^oAm. 

»»»«»«»«»» StpttmbtA U, 1904 

Anna Gaitman and Chafitti Kapnlck weAt moAfiltd at Wahptton Tfilday, thai b flinging 
to an end tht pfioh tuition oi tht latteA ai dttalltd In tht&t columni la&t wttk. Ufii. 
Kapnlck ha6 fittufintd to tht homt o{^ htA poAtnta ta6t o^ town and Kapnlck went back to 
faAgo. ********** Stpttmbfi 11, 1904 

WITTMAN - TIX {jJEWJNG 

La&t Tut&day mofmlng at tht St. MoAtln'i ChuAch occuJiAtd tht moAAlagt of, Will- 
lam Wlttman and MciA BafiboAa Tlx. 

At 10:50 AM tht &tfialnl> 0(5 tht wtddlng moAch vlbfiattd thfiough tht chuAch and 
tht bfUdal pcuA enttfitd atttnded by Htnfiy Gltytfi and Hlii Agnti Campbtll, and weAt 
uiheAtd to tht altafi whfit thty weAt united In tht holy bondi o{, matfUmonyby FatheA 
Gfitvt. FatheA l^angan 0($ Flptiton wa6 alio pfit&ent. 

Immediately afteA tht ctfiemony tht bfildal pofUy weAt dAiven to tht homt o{, tht 
bfildt'i ilittfi, Ufu>. N. Gocht, whtAt a iumptuoui wedding bfitakfait wai itAvtd to a 
numbeA o{, Invited gut&ti. Including FathtA GAtvt and Hangan, af^ttfi which dancing 
and cafidi {^uAnlihtd amuitmtnt ^ofi tht gutiti. 

Tht Qfioom li employed at Hanklmon, WP., In tht Itadlng hottl ai cleJik and li 

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one. oi thz popatoA and tnttupKuing young men o^ the town. The. bfildt iofmeAJbj KeMldtd 
at BancAofit, Ik., and by heA ejidzafunQ waj/'4 /uii made, a ho&t o{, ^fUend^ wheAe\ieJi ike. 
fcoi been. 

The bfu.de woi dfveMied In a dJueii oi whJXe. 6iZk muZte, txamed with idilte 4-c£fe lace 
and coMyied a bouqatt o{ white Koie/i. The QKoom voai, dJieJii>exl ijn. the convejttionat black. 

. To the happy couple The WEWS uiiihts to congnxUalate them upon theJji good choice, oi 
the opinion o^ all li that they afiz filgktialZy matched and we hope that In the cjan.eji> and 
thlaJUi which occuA. In ll^e, that they may be atuayi gay and happy In each otheA'i, love. 
f^oodi^^ (MW.) Nem.... ♦,.,,,,•,» ^^^^ ,3^ j^^^ 

M^. and Maa. Wltbnan oMlved home Monday mofu^ing and have been receiving congfiat- 
atatloni and beJ>t wlihti ^Kom all ildti. The.y ane stopping at the WeJ>t Hotel at p^eient. 

OctobeA 13, 1904 

A pfieXty wedding occunxed at the WJJLd Rtce ChuAch ye^teAday moAjvcng when Hi66 Ffilda 
LeJbn and Tnltz Tlgge wefie united In the Holy Bondi ojj MatAlmony. Rev. H^LLgendofii nic- 
tated. The bnlde !& a daughteA o^ Mft. and Hu. Louis LeZm, one oi the leading {,aAmeAi 
neoA. UantadoK, and the gfioom l6 well known ai an .indaitAloui, young {,aAmeA. A jolZy 
wedding panty at the home oi the bfu.de'6 poAenti followed the ceAemony. 

«»«««»«»»« OclobeA 20, 1904 

GREAT BEWP Paul BoeJlke and Hi&i (.ilnnle Bohn weAH unlte.d In mofuuage at the 

home o{ the bnlde'i paAnnti on the 16th oi OctobeA, Reu. T. Hlnk peAiofmlng the ceAemony. 

The bhlde li a daughteA oi HeAman Bohn, Sa. , and the gfioom It, a pfioipeAoui and 
highly fieMpected young ianmeA xeildlng iouth oi town. A hoit oi i^ilendi extend congfiat- 

OctobeA 27, 1904 



ulatloni,. «*««*»»»«« 



A pKetty wedding recently occiwied In thli neighborhood, the contnactlng paAtleJ> 
being Bent Koenlck and Lottie Johnion. The ceAemony wa6 peAiofmed at the home oi the 
bfilde'i paAenti ilve mc£e4 iouthijoeMt oi town. They will move onto thelA ianm and itoAt 
housekeeping ioon. ********** OctobeA 11, 1904 

John C. GoAtow and HUi Anna FactoK, both oi whom KeMlde iouthweit oi town, weAe 
moAAled at Bfieckenfildge loit SatuAday. 

********** OctobeA 27, 1904 

GREAT BEWP A lafige numbeA ifvom thlb vicinity attended the. Boelke - Koppelman 

wedding la&t evening. The bnlde, Hiii hilnnle Boelke, li one oi out moit popuZaA young 
ladlei, and the gloom li a pfvogKeiilvz young ioAmeA, a ion oi Ma., and Ww. Ffied Koppel- 



man. ********** 



NovembeA 17, 1904 



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Thz moMMigt ojj John LA.ene.n and HU.i> ELizabeMi ICinn occuAHad lent Monday at St. 
Jot Chafick, and woi {^oltowzd by tkz u&uat weddcng £utLv-itLt& at thz homz of, the. btu.dz'i 
poAznti, M/L. and UfLi>. BaptAJ>tz Hinn. A ZoAgz numbzA oi$ IfUzndi hztpzd to zdZzbUjotz thz 
occa6^on am dixz {^ofm. CongAjatutatloni, and bzit vuZikzi oJiz zxtzndzd. 

* * • * WouembeA 17, 1904 

A b-cg Mzdding occuJOizd yzitzn.day at thz homz 0($ Wm. Boztkz moa GAzat Bend, thz con- 
tAactlng panties being EniX Koppziman and lfJj,& Viinnlz BozZkz, Rev. T. HA.nk pzAf^onming thz 
czAzmony. Onz handAzd and i-l^ty ZnvZtationi had bzzn Ziiazd and thz attzndancz was zoM.- 
zipondZngZy ZoAgz. 

Thz bAidz -C4 a daaghtzA o{, Ua. and Hu. Wm. EozZkz and thz gAoom, a ion oi hOi. and 
Ma4. fAzd KoppeJiman. Both poAtizi, havz AZiZdzd -en HichZand County iZncz daZLdhood and 
numbzA thz^A {^Aizndi and wzZt mMhzAi, by thz szoAZ. Thz wzddlng woi thz socizty zvznt 0|$ 
thz yzoA A,n tkeJji nzLghbonhood and thz AzvzZfiy la&tzd ovzn. twznty- {,oafL houA&. Thzy 
mbaAk on thz matAimoniaZ sza undzA thz moit ^uipicioui conditAjond and uxilZ izttZz down 
amid tiiz-icng iUzndl. ,,,,,,,,,. WoOembeA 17, 1904 

HoAAlzd, on WovembeA 9th, at itJahpzton, ChanZzi ?{,lagzA and Anniz Ra&zum, both o{, 
Hankln^on. ,,,»,,,*», November 17, 1904 

Thz Hanklnion {^hZzndi o^ John Caz&Z) wllZ bz plza&zd to IzoAn oi hl& moAfiiagz at 
Kzn&aZ on ifJzdnziday o{, last weefe, thz bfUdz bzlng Hl&i UaAy B/ieweA o{, that ptazz. 

Thz wzdding wa/> attzndzd by a numbzA of, thz Hanhinbon colony at KznsaZ., atio by 
Hi6J, Anna CAz&i 0($ HanlUnion. Ma. and Mw. Caz&6 mUZ AziZdz at Kzn&aZ. 

********** NovzmbeA 24, 1904 

GzoAgz J. Whttz'i Hankln&on ^Aizndi OAZ pZzaizd to zxtznd congAotuZatZonl, on hZi> 
moAAiagz ZoMt weefe to M^4 Alma UoAhoz o^ LLdgzwood, at Montzvtdzo , MW. Thz wzddLng 
occuAAzd at thz homz 0]$ thz bAidz'i ilitzA on thz 16th of^ hlovzmbzA, and f^Aom tkzAZ thzy 
wznt to tkz cJjtLu on a wzddLng tfUp, Thzy mJil makz thzln. homz at AbzAdzzn, SV., Ha. 
Whitz being a tAaveZing audiXoA {,0A a IMiz OiJ oZzvatoAd oat oi that city. 

»»»»»«*»«* NovzmbzA 24, 1904 

Thz moAAiagz 0)$ Wm. HzLtzzl to Mi44 \-\LnnLz Kamkz occuAAzd yzitzAday moAning, 
ioUowzd by a b-cg weddcng poAty at thz homz oi thz bAcdz'i bfiothzA, HzAwan Kamkz, noAth 
oi town. Thz young couplz havz thz bzbt WAJihzb oi a loAgz cluclz oi iAizndi,, many oi 
whom j'oZnzd thz thz izi>tLvttu.zi> . 

»»«»»*»«*» VzczmbzA 1, 1904 

HoAAlzd, out Wahpzton, on Monday, Vzc. Sth, GzoAgz Ne^by to HUi Edith Rakizll. 

********** VzczmbzA «, 1904 

AAnvaZ HastbjoK woi moAAlzd to a young lady nzoA FeAga5 TaZts last weefe and fix6 

many i/Uzndi zxtznd congAatulatLon6. Ed. Lokzn and Olz OZ&zth accompanlzd hUm to FeAgui 

to attznd thz wzddLng. 

»»»,,»»»,, VzczjnbeA IS, 1904 



W. H. BzAndt, om o^ ou/i pnogA.U6lve. young {^cumejii, labofUng andzA thz thzofiy that 
"Lt -C6 not \jozJUi to tivz alonn, " made a t/vip to UaJvion, KV. , Ae.ce.ntly and netuAned a (Jew 
doLj^ ago uuMi a bKide -in the peAion o{, Hiii Edna Cannan. At pKuent they aJie vZi-iting Zn 
DJahpeXon. .»•»«»«»»* VecembeA IS, 1904 

MoAA-ced, at the home o^ the bfu.dz'6 paAenti, on Monday evening, Vec. 19th, klbenJt 
F. UmbA.eAX to MciA Anna Gfu.epentAog, Rev, B^emeA o i{fi(u.ating . 

The young people axe u)eIZ and f^avonabty known -in thJj, 6ettA.on, the bfu.de beJ.ng the 
daughteA 0($ one 0($ ouK highty fie^pected lafmtu and the gKoom one o^ oufi leading baiinzi,.l> 
men. They numbeA. theJji {^Alendi by hoiti and have the congfiatuZatxonl, and bzit wiufiei 0(J 
oLL. They will go to hoaiekeepZng Zn CKeat Bend. 

«*,«»««»»» PeceinbeA 22, 1904 

W. A. Gog^^te^eA lef^t Tuesday night t$oA Ulnneapotii to attend the wedding oi hJj, 
tiain bfiotheA, FKom theAt he mil go to the home oi hli poAenti on the Soo'6 Glenwood 
exteniZon to ipend the lemaindeA 0){ kit, hoZtday vacation. 

«•*»«»«««» PecembeA 22, 1904 

An excAange teZli of^ a young man Ln a nelghbofiing v-ilZage who let hAj> dfuig bill nxm 
iJoA tu)o yeau be^oKe settling. When he Kecelved hii, itemized statement, the iiut item 
wai chocolate cAeami, and the la&t a nuA&ing bottle. Time maketh gnejit c/iangei. 

»•»»»»»»»» PecembeA 22, T904 

GREENFIELP,...Wc4i CaAAie Tfiundt depoAted thU, week iofi Plea&ant, NV., wheAe 6he 
woi to be united in maAAiage on the 2Sth o^ VecembeA to Hoamj Tyion, ionmenZy oi Hanktn- 
&on. The bntde ii one oi ouA mo&t highly Ke^pected young ladies and gAew to womanhood 
among u& , whiZe the gfioom, a 6on o^ Ma. and MA4 . L. A. Tyion, le^t heAe eajiHy two yeaJU, 
ago to mafee a home ion. himielf, in the nofitheAn pant oi the itate. Thejy have the beMt 
wijihu oi alZ ion. thein. iutuAe happineM . 

»»*«»»»«** Vecemben 29, 1904 

A maAAiage licenie woi iaued at Tango Tutiday aiteAnoon to Jamt& R. Tniibey oi 
Hanktmon and Mc64 GAace Rcce oi Li&bon. Jim'6 intendi heAeabouti extend congnatatationi . 

«»»»,«*«,, VecembeA 29. 7904 



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7 9 5 

TEN VEARS AGO [January o^ U95] CoAdi WiAt h.zc.el\}td huAt (lYwioimcJbiQ Hiz 

moMMige. 0($ F. 0. HungeJi to Hi&i REna B. Mace at CampbeZt, Kllnnuotci. 

Thz moMxage. 0(J E. Hungtn. to Mt64 Anna John&on ottuJUitd at FeAgui FaW>, MM., on 
tkz 24th oi JanuoAy. An zxtzndtd accouYiX. oi thz wzddLng, takzn ihjom thz FoJigui EaIZs 
JouAnaZ, wa6 pA-otied in The NEWS. 

» «»*»«*«* » January 5, T905 

Choi. L. Uay dzpahtzd lait weefe ioA MeenoA, WI., wfieAe fie ^4 io be im^ed -in moA- 
Acage ;to Rc44 UXZJjxn FoM.ut, ont o^ lait yzoA'i -teadieAi In tha Han\uni>on VubLic 
School!). We fiope /Co be ablt to give. poJctlculoM o^ thz wzddlng nzxt weefe. 

JanuaJiy 5, 1905 

V.obeAt E. Ty6on wai ujitied ^n maAAiagz at Spokane., WA., on ChAZitmai, Vay to flil,i 

MoAy Jane Addley. The gtvoom ii weZZ known OA tjne ion o^ RobeAt A. Tyion, and gn.ew to 

manhood in tkii \>ici.niJy. 

»,«»»«**»» JanuoAy 5, 1905 

MofuUed at Kenma^e, NP., on Pec. 29^, HaM.y V. Tyion and Uiii CoMle. V. TKundt. 
The. yoang couple have a lange circle 0($ acquaintance in the. viciniXy o{, Hankin&on 
who take pleaiuAe in txtznding heoAtie^t cong/uttuZatijoni and btit wZl>he.&. 

»»»«»»«*»* JanwoAy 5, 1905 

MAV - FORREST 

The wedding oi ChoAle^ May of, Hankin&on, NP., and UUl LUliam TofiACit o{i the 
town o{i Neeno/i, took place. Wednesday evening at the home 0(5 the bnide'i paAznti, be{,ofie 
a company of, ^hiendi and Kelativei . Rev. J. E. GanxeXt peAiofmed the ceremony. The. 
a&ajal wedding {^eMtiviM.e/> wene indulged. 

The bnlde ii> well and ^avoAably known in the vicinity in which ihe tivcd and the 
gnjDom ib head miMeA in the Hankimon milt. The young couple have gone, to Hankimon 
wheAe they will make thexA iatuAe home. Neeno/i (WI) Daily Hem, Ian. 6th. 

Ma. ancf Mfii. May oMlved in Hanklnion Eniday evening and axe stopping at the Ole^t 
Hotel at pfie^ent. They will. 6oon go to houiekezping in the cottage 60uth o^ the Tubbi 
pfwpeAty. 

The couple have a holt oi {/liendi who extend congfiatatationi> and be&t wiihei. 

«•»»»««*«» Januany 12, 1905 

The hlEIJlS i& in Kecelpt oi an announcejmeyit oi the wedding oi Theo. Hamon, ionmenZy 
oi thti place, to Hi&i UoAtha Sophia JveAlon, at the home oi the bfiide'l poAentl, in 
Iowa. They will be "at home" at Goodntch, HV., aitet Eebixiahy 15th. 

«»»»»»»»«» JanuoAy 19, 1905 

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Tfiank ^'iOAtinzk, one 0($ oufi pAomlmnt young men, uias moAAlzd cut Sli6zton ta&t weefe 
io HLi6 Th2AeJ>a. Ruttkay of, Lidgfiwood. Judge Anckewi pzA(,ofumd the. czAzmony. 

«»»»»«,,«* Fefa/moAx/ 2, 1905 

Inu-cto^oni aJie. out {^on. the. Mzdding oi Wm. H. Hzii and Hii,6 Ro^e A. KtoiteAman at 
the CathoLic CkuAch in Uantadofi on the 15th O)} thii, month. 

«*,»,«*,,« TzhKuuiny 2, 7905 

Otto SoA.eJil>on and HUi Kajtiz MaueA, both {^ofmeJdUj o^ Honfe-uiAon, wcAe moAAled at 
ULnneapotii loit weefe. The gnxiom woa {^ofmzhZy expKe/ti mea^engeA on ^e Soo'a B-cimoAcfe 
bAoncA and acquified qiuXe a Azpatatlon oi a wxeMtteJi in the Light weU-ght cZai6. TheJJi 
{jfUzndi hzAz zxXend congAotuZatloni . 

********** Feh^aoKy 2, 1905 

y\aKtAjn. HejmeALlng and Ul6i hioAgoAet Roth wefte maAAx.e.d at the. Cathotic ChuAch on 
Tuesday by Rev. Jo4. F, Stadnicka. 

»»»»»»»»»» Feb^uo/ur 9, J905 

Anthony Co)$j$a., welZ known keAe, woi moAAied to fiui BeIZe Jone* o{, ColumbLH, Ohio, 
at ^ebiteA, SV., Ktcejitly. 

»»*,,,»»,» FebAuoAy 9, 1905 

The moAAJjage o{i CoAl HegeA to Ui&6 NelLie WaZkcA w<x4 iolejnni.zed at the. Cathotic. 
ChuAcJi on We.dneMday moAKing, Rev. 3o&. F. Stwdniaka oi^iJ^ocoXoig. The btu.de It, a daughteA 
0|$ M^. Hike EZien and the. gAoom -i& a pAoipeAom {lOAineA. 

»»»«»«*»»» TzbfmoAij 9, 1905 

The wedding oi Iflm. H. Heii and lll6i> Roi>e A, KZoiteAman Li to take place next liledneJi- 
day, Feb. 15th, at St. VeteA S Paul'4> ChuAch In thii village. The ceAemony -it to be ioil- 
owtd by a Aeceptton at the home, o^ the bfUde'i paAent&. hiA. and Aki. Joieph KloiteAmnn. 

...MantadoA... «»»»»«««»» ftbAuoAy 9, 1905 

SONORA The wedding o{i John Link and Hiii Hlnju.e. BaZl took place at the home o^ 

the. bAtdz'A paAe.nt& and woi attended by a loAge poAtiy oi ^Alendi. The. occailon wat a 
jolly one and the young couple weAt congAotulat^d moit iinceAeJby by all. They wJJil makt 
thelA homz with the bAtde'/i {^atheA ^oA a ttme. 

********** TebAuoAiy 9, 1905 

GREAT BENf....Pau£ Vopp and hU ^Alznd Hl66 Alvlna BeZing weAe. to Wahpeton and 
iecuAed thexji llceni>e. Thexj will be maAAted at an eaZy date. VouA coAAe^pondent ij> get- 
ting 60At 0^ icjOAzd becauiz they oAe all getting moAAted veAy {^a&t oAound CAeat Bend. 
AnotheA wedding li expected in GAeat Bend at an eaAly date. 

********** TzbAmAjy 16, 1905 

MhlTAVOR The moAAiage o{, Wm. H. Hz66 to Hiii Roie A. KloiteAmann occuAAed on 

Wzdnz&day moAni.ng, Feb. 15th, at thz St. VeteA S Paul' 6 Catholic ChuAch. Rev. Joi. F. 
Studnicka peA{,oAmed the ceAemony, which wa6 witnz&ied by a loAge numbeA o{, ^Atendi. A 

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Kzczptlon loZZouejd cut the. fiome o£ thz bfUaz'i, paA.ejvti>, Ma., and MA. Jo^tph Klo-iteAmann. 
The. yoang coapte. have. tke. bej^i. viLiheJi o{^ ati {^oh. tkzAJi (Ju-fu/ie fuipfioiCAA. 

»»»*«»,*»« f^bKuoAif 16, 1905 

MISS WILLIAMS MARRIEP 

GLEhlNWOOV [mm. I GopheA P/ie64;...A wzdcUng that mZl comz ai> a luJiptuUe to Gte.nn- 
wood pzoplz UXL& iotemYiized at ULnnzapoLU loit eucnoig when W. E. Cu/utii), oi$ thii city, 
and HLi,6 li,aheJUiz H. WZLUjuu, o^ HankUniion, W., wete made man and {fxLie.. Wi. CuJitii, 
lz{ft loA. Hinnejapotil, yeMttfiday uuXhouX g-tu-cng out even a hA.nt at, to the. natuAZ ojj h^& 
vAj>-it to that cJXy. Bat thz cat jumped out o^ the. bag myiteflM)u&ty . 

Thz moAAlagz took place at thz home o£ thz bfudz' l lll>teA at 312& P^lZ&buAy Ave., 
at S ?U., accoKding to thz KitiiaJL 0)J thz ?KZ6bytzfUjan Church, a HufrnzapoLii, poiton. 
{^{^ZcJjxtAjig . Thz ceAemony uxu uiltnzi-izd by a imaZZ panty OjJ X.rvtanatz iKizndLd and Kzta- 
ttvzi. A^teA thz ceAemony thz happy couptz weAZ /ihonoeAzd vilth congfuxtuZjatJjom, and bzbt 
Micihei and uieAz gZvzn an eZaboAotz wzddlng luppeA. Thzy weAZ aZ&o thz KzcJiptznti> o^ 
many vaZtiabtz and bejxiitA.laZ wzddLing gZ{,ti. 

The. bnJAz Zi thz daaghteA o^ pAomlnznt Lone Sp^ngA, lA. fiZiZdznti and pAloA to 
thz announcement o^ hzA zngagemznt a ihoAt timz ago, was zmptoyed a6 bookkzzpeA ^ofi a 
ZjOAqz KztoAJi itoKz at HanlilYUiOn. 

Thz gAoom U, a tchoLoA yiom Zotton who hojt, madz thid city hii, homz ^OA thz poMt 
yzoA. He -ci employed at> {,oAemzn 0)$ tnz John&on BAOi, Lcz Oizam ^actoAy -en tkii cLty. 
He enjoys a uxldz acqualntancz hzAz and Zi> popuZoA. Bz^oAz coming heAz hz voai i,AjnULLaA- 
ty engaged at WiZZmaA whzAZ thz neiM o^ hU moAfiMigz viWi comz at, a gznutnz luApnlkz 
to hii) backeZoK ^fUzndi,. 

Thzy uxitt make thZi city tkelA {^utuAZ homz and AZiZdz tempo'wxity at thz Az&Zdzncz 
ol M/L4. P. R. Holton on GAzznz StAzzt. 

Thz GopheA ?Atii jo-Lns with a holt o(^ {Aizndi o^ Ha. CuAtZi Zn hzoAty congAotuZat- 
-ion6. »«»»••,«»« FzbAuoAy 16, 1905 

hfiOAfUed, at thz Cathotic ChuAch, on Tuesday, Feb. 14th, VzteA KutteA and Hi&6 Lena 
^ol{i, Rev. Joi. F. Studnicka o {^{^ijcJjxttng . Thz bfUdz le> a daaghteA o^ FAzmfe Wot^ and thz 
gAoom, a ion oi LouZi KutteA, and aJU. AZ&Zdz Zn VoAb. TownkhZp. 

*«.,,,«,,* FefaAuoAtf 16, 1905 

Thz ihZzndt OfJ HZt>i> BeZZz A. WZttZami t/oeAZ 6uApAZ&ed to teoAn o^ hzA manAoigz at 
t-UnneapoLii the latteA poAt o^ lait weefe. ^■li66 WilZZami waj, on heA annual vacation and 
thz £Znj,t ZntlmatZon heA (^nZzndi had oi heA moAAZagz uiai contaZnzd Zn thz tZdt o^ IZc- 
zn&zi publZihed Zn thz duoZty papeAi.. The gAoom'6 namz Zt, Cita. E. CuAtU, and they uxiZZ 
make theZn. homz at GZenmoood. Thz bKZdz ha& bzzn a Kz&Zdznt o{^ HankZmon {^oh. izveAat 
yeoAb, Zn thz employ oi J. A. VwyzA ai> itznogtapheA and lateA a& bookkzzpzA and &tzno- 
QAapheA {,0A M. A. WZppznman, and Yuai, a hoit ojj {^fiZzndi who aAz pleaizd to extend be^t 
MZiiheJ,. HAi. CuAtZi Zi, zxpzcted to AetuAn to HankZmon zoAly next week, to cZoiz up heA 

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a|$|$cuAi heAz, a.{^taA Mkich ik& uiaJX go to Gtejmiood to bzQ-in houMe.kzzpJ.nQ. Kn account o^ 
thz MzdcLLng takzn i>wm a. GlzmJood papzA mIZ be {,ound zZizwhzAz IntJruJi ^iuz. 

,»»«»»«,»* FebA-ufl/u/ 16, 1905 

GREAT BEMt? Thz moAAcagz o^ HUi AlvZna M. BzZlng to Ui. Paul E. Popp took placz 

at lion ChuAch {)}zdnz6day, Feb. 23^rf, uxUh Rev. B^emcA pzAionmLng thz ceAZjrtony. Thz bfUdz 
u)0AZ whJJiz 6-Uk and coAfvizd KOhzM and caA.natxon& . RzlnhoAt GKizpzrvVwg actzd ai bzAt man 
and M.C44 CoAo. BzLing a6 bnldz&mald. 

A ZoAgz numbzA o{, i^Axendi weAe pfiz&znt and a fizczptxon wai hzld at thz homz o{, thz 
bfhldz' i> poAzjitM, Wi. and lfifu>. August BzLing, (,otioMlng thz czAzmony. Thz bKA.dz iM a molt 
zitanabtz young lady, klghZy thought 0)$ {,on. hzA many good quaJbcbizi,, and thz gloom Z& onz 
0)5 ouA pKoipzAoai young {^oAmzu. Thzy havz thz congnjotuZationt, and bzi>t wZdhzj) oi alZ 
iofi a long and happy moAAlzd ll^z. 

«*»»«»»,»* ^^^^ 2, 1905 

A WahpeJjon ipzcLal iayi: . . .Whzn JamzA Zatachka and Katiz Owzn oi Lidgznwood appzafi- 

zd at thz oiiicz o^ County Judge JzAitn to obtain a maAAZagz LLczn6z and havz thz czAzmony 

pzA^ofimzd, thzy {,ound thaX Mu. Oi^zn, thz mothzA oi Katiz, had tzZzphonzd to thz Judge to 

-^l^uie thz tlczniz on account oi KatZz'i tzndzA agz. Wik. Owzn alio tzlzphonzd ShznlH 

Robblni to hold thz couplz until 6hz could oA/Livz In Wahpzton. ShztlH Robblni itantzd 

out. to i-ind thz young pzoplz and locatzd thzm In BAzckznAtdgz. He took thzm Zn chaAgz 

and 16 holding thzm until thz mothzA oi Katiz aAAivzi. Thzy ieem to be taking thz zpl- 

iodz 06 a hugz jokz and look ionwand to a happy zndlng oi thz fioablz. 

,»«»*»,»*» ^^^^^ 2, 1905 

MAAH'APOR Thz wzddlng oi S. Vufiant and Ida Rzdzjn&ky and Ma. F. VuAont and lli6i 

AZvlna Rzdzmiky, wlitch took placz iomz tlmz ago, wa& madz public lateZy. 

A HAMKIMSON BRIPE. 

On MoAcA 2nd at thz LuthzAon poAionagz In Sliizton, occuAAzd thz maAAtagz oi Ma. 
E. C. {>.'aAneA, oi Inwood, IK., to Hiii ChAlitlana Vallntln&on oi Hankin&on, NV., thz Reu. 
Ruiice oiilctatlng. Thz young couplz Izit ioA thzlA homz at Inwood, lA., on Tuldcuy, MoA. 
3Ad. T^e contAacting paAtlz6 oaz vozJU. and iavofuiblzy known In thti county. . .Slii^ton 
StandoAd.... ,*»*.*»»*« ^^^ 23, 1905 

Thzo Coppln, ioAmzfiZy oi Hanktn&on, uxii moAAlzd to an z&tlrra.blz young lady oi 
BakeA6vlllz, CA. , on Feb. 19th. 



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MoAcA 23, 1905 



Thz zditoA In a nzlghbontng tou)n Auolvzd to tzJUi thz tAuth and nothing but thz 

tAuth In hli local Itzmi and thli li thz way hz WAotz up a wzddlng: "Thz bnldz wai 

boAn oi honzit poAznti. Shz could walk at 4>lx montki, wa6 Azal ioit at tzn, and hai, 
nzvzA ilackznzd hzfi gait. 

Thz gKoom li a tAoitzd zsnployzz oi StAzzt S WalkeA but zxpzcti to gzt a job with 
Bum S lahl&tlz ioon. Thz happy couplz will be at homz with thz old man until thzy oaz 
kicked out. *«*»«»««*« ^^j^j^ 23, 1905 

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Tfie moA/ujige. o^ fKoA J. VzbbiMX and Hi&i Mo/qr Witt occvJVitd ttuJ> mo^uving at thz 
fiome o{, tkz bAAjdt'/> paAznt6, Ma., and MA^. CanZ Witt, noiXh o^ town, tn tkt pKUznce. 
0]$ a mmbzfi o^ JielatX.vzJi and lfu.e.nd6. The. young ptoptz oAz wttl and lavoKobZy knoMn, 
thz bKidz having KuZdzd i.n Ziditand County ^Znce. cSUZdhood. Shz Xi kighiy zstzzmzd 
($0A. hz^ many zxczLiznt quaJUtlu. Thz gnxiom t& a young man o{, high itanding among ka> 
aaquatntznaz& , and aZZ join tn MUhZng thz happy coupZz a long and happy maAAtzd Li{,z. 

«.«*.»»*«» fj^^^ 23, 1905 

PztzA L. SchuJUhzli ha& bKought an action ^OA. dlvoficz agatn&t hit, m.{^z, Vzaxt Sck- 
utthzld. Thz ^twmoKii ll, fuinnlng tn a liJakpzton papzn.. 

UiU6 Emma Enjandt 0|J tkii placz MLi KzczntZy maHfUzd to a Wi. Nlckzlti. HeA {^nlzndi 
extznd congAxituZattoni . «»•«»««»»* MoA-di 30 1905 

ELWA One o{, Elma'6 b^dz& wai KzczntZy pxzizntzd uiHh a cAOii,-cut iou) and ano- 

thzA. with a {,oafL hofuz hoAAou). ()Jhat'6 thz mattzfi tulth u&? 

HANTAVOTi. . . .Thz u)zdding o{, Joizph M. Hai^^neA to Hil>6 Uagglz Kfiump l& izt iofi June 

6th. Both oJtz popuZaA young pzoplz. 

»»,»,»«»«« ^p^^^ 27, 7905 

GREAT BEhiV Ma. Ed lolZ [VoU. ?) and Ulii Hinnlz Laboda weAe moAAlzd on WzdneJ>day, 

kpnJUi 26th. »»♦*»«»«*« f^^y 4^ j9(,5 

GREAT BEMP CoaZ Szba li> on thz moMlagz tiit. He li to be moMlzd tka> weefe 

l(, thz lady dozi>n't ckangz hzM. mind. 

********** }iai! 4, 7905 

Tfie mannJjagz oi Cka6. Stach to knniz Bladou) wa4 iolzmntzzd Tuz&day zvzning at thz 
homz 0(5 thz gnoom on thz iouth itdz, In thz pfiej>znc.z oi a ($ew {^Hltndi. 

********** Uay 4, 7905 

Tfie mafoUagz o^ Rev. J. KozKbzfi to Mcii Etna Bladou) woi tolzmnlzzd Tuziday moAntng 
at thz homz o{^ Ma. and Ma4. kaguit AbAxiham, Rev. Hltgzndo^ pz^{,ofimlng thz czn.zmony. 
Thz gloom hoi ioK a coaplz o^ yzoAi bzzn pa&ton. o^ thz Gz/iman lathzAan ChuAch hzfiz and 
thz bfildz fuu izktdzd In Richland County all hzA lliz. 

Immzdlatzty iollom.ng thz czAzmony thz nmly moAfilzd couplz Izit on thz Sac tAoln 
ion. VltXAbuAg, PA., wfieAe thz gAoom mil oiiumz thz poitoAotz o(, a Izadlng chuAch o{, 
thz LuthzAan {,alth. Thzy wzAz accompanlzd on thz jovjinzy by thz gAoom' 6 i>u,tzA who will 
go to Wew Vonk itatz and act ai hoa&z kzzpzA ioA anothzA bAothzA. 

*»»«***«»« Mcu/ 25, 7905 

GREAT BEWP Indications oAz oat that BzAthold IIzXIjOW will be maAAlzd iomz tlmz 

thl^ month. «**«»«»«*« H^^^, 25 7905 

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L. J. ZcttzA'i Hanlvinion ifvi^judi, vuJUi 6e pttcuzd to lexiAn Oj^ fu^ moAAlage. cut CouAt- 
znay on Tuuday o^ tkli weefe to a Hui Hofin. Thz bildz JU a dau.ghte.fi o^ a pfiomlmnt 
Statiman County iamity, and tkz gfioom aj, iald to havz p/w6peAzd In mofiz u^ayi, than one 
4-cnce Izavlng heAz iomz. {lOUA yzafu, ago. Tht bfildal couplz. tz^t on Soo tfuUn 107 on a 
tnlp to the. homt ol Wi. ZUteA'i pattnti, at Dayton, WA. 

********** May 25, 1905 

Quctz a numbeA 0){ KtlatLvoj, and dnlzndi (jAom town wznt out to thz HthmzA howz TueA- 
day to attend the NeJmeA - Ilettow wedding. The btvide, Ulii hlinnte MehmeA, Li> a daugh- 
ter. 0(5 Ma., and \^JU>. Wm. NehmeA, and the gfioom, Ma. BzAthold Itettow, a hi.ghZij leMpected 
young {^oAmeA Ae^iiding neon. GKeat Bend. Both one well known and higlity fie^pected young 
people who have fiei>tded in KlchZand County the gfieateJi poAt Oi$ theJji LLve^, and have 
ho6ti 0(5 IfiLendM who extend htanty congfiatuZaJxoni> . OveA iixty iamitie^ attended the 
we.dding {,eAtlvAJU.ej> which zontinuzd ^oK a couple oi dayi. 

********** June 1, 1905 

Rumou oAe out that John WonnzJi, Ji. , wai> moMted at KapeAvllZe, IL. We w-i&h htm 
much joy and happtneMi through lli^e' i jouAney l^ the Aepofit aj, conAect. 
...GREAT BEWP.... ********** j^^ j^ jg^5 

MA\rrAPOR. . ..One o^ the biggest weddlngi even, celebmated tn thti vtclntty occuAAe.d 
on Tuesday 0(J thii, week at the home of; l^iA. and A^. Wm. Ne.hmeA iouthea^t oi town, the 
contAacttng pantleM beting UiJ>6 Utnnie NehmeA and Ha. BeAtliold lletZow. Rev. HtZgendoAf, 
peA{,oAjmed the ceAemony tn the pAe^ence o^ neoAly 150 {^Aie-ndi and AeZative^. 

The ieJittvltieA that {^olZowtd wtlZ long be KemejnbeAed by the loAge poAty o{, gueAti 
that poAttctpated. The young couple have the be^iit wikheJi oi oJUi ioA a long and happy 
moAAted Hie. ********** j^^ j j9P5 

TEH /EARS AGO Cohmn Mj,i> Otive M. Hayden and OtU V. FoAte weAe moAAted at 

Helena, MT. ********** j^^^^ g j9^5 

Inv-LtaJU-on^ oAe out ioA the wedding oi f-liii Sana HaAie VedeAAon to Choi. Van hilll, 
which happy event will occuA at the home o^ the bntde'i poAentk, Ha. and Hfu,. U. Ved- 
eA&on, on June 29th. ********** j^^ ^ jg^^ 

The moAAiage oi Joseph M. Ha^neA to Hi^i Haggte KAump occuAAed Tuesday monntng 

at St. VeteA 6 Paul' & ChuAch In HantadoA, Rev. Jo4>. F. Studnicka oHlclating. The 

ceAemony wai, followed by an eZaboAote ceZebAation at the hom.e o^ the bAide' i> paAentk 

Ha. and Ham. VeteA KAimp, In which a loAge numbeA o^ ^nlendi o{, the contAacttng paAtiei 

paAttclpated. The bnlde -ii a popdLoA young lady oi the nelghbonhood In which &ht hoi 

tived ioA yeoAi, and the gAoom ii a pAo^ipeAoui, young ioAmeA ne.aA HooAeton. 

********** j^^g, g^ j9^5 

Invttation& aAe out ioA the weddtng oi klbeAt ?Aibbenow and AiUA Lena VetAzt on 
the. 15th oi thii month. 



The. p^ApzctLvz gfwom -66 a. pncmLnznt ijoung {^anmzA oi Gfizzn^eZd Towrukip. 

********** Junz S, 1905 

The maAAAXtge. o{, AZbzAX- Pfu,bbej^ow to Hui Lzna VnJjbit taku place. thi& moArUng cut 
ihz LuthzAAn Chu/ich, Rev. U^gendoA{i o^jj/cctoicng. The young people have a IxxAge cJjidie 
oi {^ejndit who txtend congfuituZxUAjoni, and be/>t viikhej,. They vuZl make theJJi home -in 
GKze.nileJid Tou)ru>kip. 



t*t******* 



June 75, 7905 



H, C. PoMlou) and (^xi{^e KttixJined thl& mohnlng dhom {)lzndell., MM., wheAe they attended 
the. uiedding ye^teAday oi fay PoA&lou} to McAi MaAy L. ki,h. 

The b-tlde -Lb the dauglvteA o{, a pAX)minent {^oAmeA. ntoA WzndelZ and thz gfwom woi {^oK 
teveAJxl yeafu, a Ke^ldtrvt oi Hankx.ru>on, wheAz Kii, ^fiivtidA and well uil&heA& ajiz nimbeAed 
by the i,coKt. He ^i now Soo agent at Hodman, MN., wheAz thz happy couple uiilZ make 
the/Ji iutuxe home. ********** j^^ J5 jg^5 

A Chicago ChuAck will today be the iczne oi the moAAlage oi one o^ Hanklnson'i 
moit populoA young boilneM men, when Guy L. lAeland wllZ lejod to the. aZtoA hlUi Be/Uha 
Kllllngi, daughteA o^ a pAomlnent Chicago iamily. The gKoom ha6 been a fizAldent oi ouA 
city ioA about two yzau and li> at the head oi one oi ouA leading bu&lnz(>6 ilAim. He 
l6 highly esteemed and occupies an enviable. po4>ltlon In the. bui>lne^6 atxd ioclal clnclz& 
oi the community. 

M^. and fAu. lAeJUmd will oAnlve In Hankln&on the latteA pant oi the week, and ioA 
the. pieMervt will take apoAtmentt, In the Heting home. LateA In the ^eaion they wilt 
occupy a palatial, home on the. coKneA opposite J. A. VwyeA'i Azildence, which hiA. lAeland 
111 planning to bulZd duAlng the iummeA. 

The. bziit wl&hz6 oi all aA.e extended to the happy couple, and thzy wilt be a welcome 

addlXlon to the maAAled iociaZ heX. oi ouA city. 

********** j^^ j5^ j9^5 

It ll> Humoied that Va. SheJUand l6 to be maAAled today, but none oi hii inlends 
4eem to know the name oi the bfilde-to-be. While poAtlcuLoAi oi the happy event ate not 
obtainable, the docJioA'i iAlendi In Hanklmon extend hejxAtlut congAatulatlom and beAt 
wl&he^. ********** J^^^ j5^ j9(,5 

Va. J, T. ShelZand, iomeAliy oi Hankln&on, and Uiii Etta G. CaApznteA weAe maAAled 

at the home oi the bhlde'i iaXheA, Hon. V. A. CoHpenteA, at Sauk CentAe, MW., on June 

14th, the ceAemony being peAioAnied by Rev. J. C. ShelZand, iatheA oi the gAoom. The 

bnJ.de wai a teacheA In the Hankln.6on ichooli, ioA a couple oi yeaA& and the happy couple 

have many inlendi heAe who extend beAt wlihe6. 

********** jj^g 22, J905 



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Tlili a{,teAnoon, at the. komt oi the. bfbidt' & paAznt&, Ma. and l^ifu. M. FadM^m, 
nzan. VeAnon, occu/u, thz moAAlagz o^ theyOi daughtzA Sana MaAle. to Ma. Chaj, VanMLtl 
Tht nwty wtddzd couple. oAe welZ knoim young people, and numbeA tkeiA {^Kizndd and 
uJzLi uU^heM by thz icoAz. «»*«»«,»»» j^^ ^^ ^^^^ 

FAxencii o^ thz bfiidz Kzczlvzd inv.itatU.on6 thu u'eefe to thz wzddlng oi Kil66 Many 
Roonzy and John J. Jung, to takz placz yzdtznday a^tzAnoon at PanAzaa, MM. Thz bKldz 
taught thz MaAqwaAdt ichooZ In ZAightwood Town6hcp, {^oh. a couplz o^ yzoAi and madz many 
iAizndii In thz locjxJUty Mho takz plZjOSuAz In zxtzndlng bzit uxlihzA ion. {^uZuAz happlnz^i. 

********** June 29, 1905 

A quA^zt wzddlng took placz at thz homz oi M. and Wii>. Wm. MoAquaAdt In Bnlghtwood 
Toumihlp on SatuAday a^tzAnoon, thz corvOiacXlng pantlzM bzing tUM Habzl HoAtln and Ma. 
Ralph HoAquoAdt. Rzv. WkiXcomb pzA^oAJuzd thz czAzjnony In thz pn.zi>zncz oi thz iajhily 
and a ^m' IntAjnatz iAyizndi. 

, Thz bnxdz ti a Kzcznt oAAcvaZ i$Aom Oklahoma and thz gAoom -ci a -ion o^ thz zitlmablz 
couplz at Mhoiz homz thz wzdding cccuAAzd. Hz hat, gnown up In TUchland County and ion 
thz lobt thAzz t/eoAi ujai a ioldlzn In thz AzguZoA anmy In thz ?hUJ.pplnzM . Thzu, havz 
tJiz congnatulaXconi and bz^t uiUhzi o{ many old nelgkboAi and {/Lcznds. 

********** June 29, 1905 

CREENFJELV 0. J. RonnzZl and Ma&. Edith Layton weAe mafiAlzd at TzAgai Taiti, MW. , 

Tuesday and oAAivzd homz yzAtznday. Thzy waIZ nzildz on thz gnoom'i {,aAin In GA.zzn{^zld. 
Thz bnldz Xm a daughtzA o^ thz latz Samuzl Tyion and hoi, ipznt thz gnzatzK pant oi hzn 
tiiz In Richland County. **»***«*»« ^ „ ^ ^^^^ 

l^ioAnlzd, at thz komz oi thz bnldz'i poAznti, Ma. and Mm. N. PzdzAion, on ThuA&day, 
thzln daaghtzA Sana Manlz and Ma. Cha6. VanMLll. Thz&z young pzoplz anz wzll and iav- 
ably known and 6conzi oi {,nlzndi wlkh thzm a happy and pAoipzAouA ll^z. Thzy wznz thz 
nzclplznti oi a numbzn o^ handiomz pnzAznti. About thlnty guz^ti wznz pnz^znt. 
....GREENFIELV.... ********** j^^ ^^ j^^^ 

EnnzAt Tlocovltz and IUm Etilz Knxmzn anz to be mannlzd at thz Gznman Evangzllcal 
ChuAch nzxt Wzdnz&day. Thz pno^pzctlvz bnldz iM a daughtzn o^ Mm. John Lotzzn o{, thl& 
city, and thz gnoom li a pno^pzAouj, ianmzn o^ Sunnyildz, iouthsMZJ>t o^ lldgznvcood. 

********** July n, 1905 

Thz moAAljagz o^ Ennzit Vlocovitz to MUii Elilz KnamzA occuAAzd yzMtznday cut thz 

Gznman Evangztical CkuAch, Reu. Kunz pznionjnlng thz cznzjnony. Thz bnldz li a daughtzn 

oi Ma&. John Lotzzn o{, thlk clXy, and thz gnoom U> a ianmzA iouthwzAt o^ Lldgznwcod, 

whzAz thz couplz will nzildz. 

********** July 20, 1905 

TEN YEARS AGO Column Thz mannlagz o^ E. A. King and Ml&i Hulda Schnozdzn occuAA- 
zd on July 2nd. [1S95] **t******* j^ 20 7905 

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GREAT BtWP IJiOAXind, Tuesday, July IStk, Mc64 Ucwtha HeJjdniiA to Ma.. Hunman Stoltz- 

nou), both 0^ GfizjaX Bend. Rev. E. F. Mou-cu^ oi5 LidgzAwood pzA^oAmzd the. ceAejnony. We 
wcih thz happy cowptt a. ivng and happy mafOiizd Za.{^z. 

********** juZy 27, J905 

Tht manJiiage. ot$ Hiii Sab-ina R. BeAnoAd to Wm. ICinn wUUL taka place, on Thu/U)day, 
Auguit ]Otk, at St. Joe ChuAch. A neaeption wiZl iollow at the home oi the bAA.de' 6 
mothex, Maa. PtteA BeAnoAd. 

t ******** * Awgoit 3, 1905 

TEW YEARS AGO COLUMN EdwoAd CoppZn and HUi Anna S. HoikXn6 wefiz moAAitd. The 

gAoom AM the ^atken. o^ the Copp-Ln bAotheA& u)e^t o{, town and li now living In old Eng- 

Augu6t 3, 1905 



land, hli naXlvt land. ********** 



KINME/ - ROWE 
A veAy pAeXty wzddlng oacoAAed at the homt o{, Wa. and Hai,. E. L. Kinney Wednesday 

a^teAnoon wfien thelt niece, Mc44 Blanche A. Kinney, woi united in maAAA.age to Ma. Win- 
{yieZd A. Rowe oi FaAgo, Rev. H. E. WalkeA Aeading the ieAvice in the pKc&ence oi a iei^ 
invited gue^ti. The di^eAent Aoomi oi the home. wcAe toitc^ully decoAoted ^ok the occ- 
asion. The bay tAXindou o{^ the back paAloA wa& a veAitable boweA o{, golden-Aod. TAom 
the centtA suspended a ^lippeA iiZled with meet peaj>. At the cloie 0|$ the iinging of, 
that impAes6ive 6olo "Oh ?Aomi6e Me." iung by Ma. ChoAles RogeAi, h'^6 Vhlce played the 
bAidal maAch {^Aom " LohengAim" which announced the coming oi the bAidal poAty who entzA- 
ed the. Aoom unattended, itanding in the centzA o{, the bay-window, wheAe they weAe met 
by the oHiclatxng cZeAgyman. A^teA a ihofit but lmpAeJ>iive ieAvice they deceived the 
ccngAotuZatiom and bat wa>heJ> o{i the ^Aiendi pKeJ>ent. 

Shontly a{^teA, the guati weAe invited to the dtning Aoom which gfiezted the eye in 
a moit attAactive manneA. Faow the ctnteA o^ the cetting impended a loAge bunch o{, 
white Aibbon loopi {,Aom which extended {,oua endi terminated at each coAneA oi the table 
in a bow {pitied with, paniies. Vainty AeiAet^hmentA weAe ieAved {^Aom a well appointed 
table which weAe {^uZZy enjoyed. 

The bAlde wa& choAmingly gowned in white PeA&ian lawn tAimmed with lace and Aibbon. 
The going away gown woi bAown 6ilk with hat to match. 

Ma. and Ma4. Rowe le^t on the evening tAoin ioA theiA ^utuAe home in FoAgo, W. 

********** August 10, 1905 

VJWRCEV COUPLE REMARRIES 

l^onday a{iteAnoon, A. J. Vunham and Ma6. E^zate^ Dunham o{ VeVillo Township weAe 
moAAied by Judge JzA&in 0($ the county cou/it. 

MoAe than thtnty yeaAi> ago these people weAe happily maAAied in an eastern itate. 

They came to Richland County mo fie than twenty yeoAS ago, and opened a ZoAge ftOAm, AOASed 

a nice iamily and pAoipeAed. Eat the izApent cAept in, mc&undeMtandingi oAOie, and 

Ma.. Dunham le{,t the home wkicii his labor had established. 

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SJ.X yzcvu, ago Vunham tz{^.t iht countAy, and M^. Vimhan iuzd loi divoKco. on gAoand& 
o{i deAeJution. S/ie izcuAtd the. divoAcz, but that did not bnlng happtnUi. ^eoAi paMzd 
and both KtllQ.cX.zd. ThexK dliifieyicu gKadaaMy gievo imattzA until thty {^nalZy dU- 
appzafind. 

Ont day Vunkam, tkinking o{i Ivii {^ajaiJiy tn tkz wut Mfiotz tkzm a Izttzfi. An aniwzK 
w<x4 KoXuAntd, and he. wKotz again. Letter lollowtd leXteA, and In one. woi an Invitation 
to vti>lt the. old home. Vunham took the lokteMt fialn ioK the. weJ>t. 

Hz and M'l^. Vunham talked It all oveA, and they decided they had made many mi6ta}iz6 
and they would Kectl^y them. They came to Wahpeton, and tkeln. manxiage end* all. Mny 

old {,Aj.endi extznd congfuxtulxutlom, and bzit iA)l6he^ ioK the iutuAe Globe 

»»»».«»»»* AuguAt )0, 1905 

Wm. Klnn and liii,i, Sablna R, EeAnoAd oAe to be mafifiled at St. Joe' 6 ChuAch neoA Gfieat 
Bznd today. A deception will (^olZow at the home o^ the bfiide' i mothzK, Mu. Pzte/i BeAn- 
ojvd. Thz young pzoplz ojie well and {^avoiably known and all unite In wl6hing tlizm much 
moAAlzd happinzM. ********** August 10, 1905 

THEEVE Thz wedding ojj Wm. Klnn and Mc44 Sabina H. BzAnaAd loJ>t ThuAiday wni attznd- 

zd by a loAgz numbzA OjJ {^Aizndi ^Aom thli vicinity. Thz wzddlng occuAAzd at thz St. Joz 
ChuAch and wa6 iollowzd by the uAual {^zitivitleJi at the homz o{i thz bfUde'i mothex, l\u, . 
VeteA BzAnaAd. Thz young pzoplz havz thz congAatulationi> and bz6t wi6hz^ oi all. 

********** Aaga4;t 17,1905 

Rzv. Joi. F. Studnicka pzAionmzd the ceAesnony on Uonduay, Oct. 9th, which united in 
moAAiagz Ma. William limmeAman and Hu>4> Kate Thtll. The moAAiagz took placz at thz VaA- 
ijih Hoa&z in thz pAz&zncz o^ immediate AelativeJi. 

Thz bAldz wai chaAmlngly gownzd in pzaAl gAzy and caAAtzd puAplz a^tzAA. The happy 
couple afiz well known and havz a ho6t 0|J iniend^ who join in zxtzndlng congfiatulationA 
and bzit wi^hzi. Thzy will makz thelA home in Hanktn&on and havz gonz to hou&z kzzping 
in thz cottage {^oAmzAly occupied by thz J. V. CAzene iamilij. 

********** OctobzA 12, 1905 

A. F. BzAndt, onz o^ Elma'6 pAoipeAoui {^oAmzU, oAAlvzd homz ^xom Wahpeton today 

with a bnldz in thz peA&on o{, an estimable young lady ^nxim Iowa. Thz gAoom'i {i/iizndl, 
aJiz pAzpaAlng to zxtznd a {fitting wzlcomz to thz young couplz. 

********** OctobzA 19, 1905 

tAi66 fJiaggiz BAz&naham and Ua. Ohman Gowan, populoA young pzoplz, wzAz maAAizd at 
thz Gowan homz zoit o{, town loit SatuAday. Jnvitatiom oAz out {jOA a Azczptlon in 
thzlA hcmoA tomoKAow [fKiday] evening. Thzy havz thz but wiihzi o^ many ^Aiendi. 

********** OctobzA 19, 1905 

TEN YEARS AGO Column Guita{, Po£((a44 and hiiM Anna KlauAz wzAz maAAizd at tJiz home 

o{, John PoHuM nonth ok town. , , „ ,^.,. 

° " ^ ********** MovQjnbzA 2, 1905 

C25) 



TEN y^ARS AGO Column. .. Ail&i MaAtha l^zd^ymatd and HeA.maja Lobenow weAe mafifu,zd at 

thz CoAman EvangeZicaZ ChuAch. 

•»*«»**»*» WovembcA 2, 1905 

?fw(i. Goltiiick'^ OnchzMtXa ^uAyiuh^d muiic ioK the. we.ddLing o^ ZickoAd Bohn and 

Annnda MueMcA necw. GkzoX. Bznd, 

«*««»»«»»♦ UovdjnbeA 2, 1905 

T/ie wzddZng o^ UUi CafiJiit EtZZe. WagneA and HeAboxt L. Hankin&on took placz at Hinn- 
(lapotik. The. gn.oom Zi a 6on 0)$ Hon. R. H, Hankinion and Jj, now a pfL06peA0iU> comml6Alon 



man o{, the. flovJi City. [1895] ********** 



NovmbeA 1, 1905 



GREAT BEND. ...Aug. BeAndt, who l& weJUi known oAound Gtiexit Bend, got moAJiitd to an 
Iowa gViZ and wWL ieXtte. down and itoAt to (oAmlng on a laA.ge. icale.. 

********** UovejnbzA 1, 1905 

JnV'LtatLon& oAz out ioK thz wadding oi$ RobeAt C. TZtgi to l'iii>i UoAtha GAle.pe.ntAog. 
The. happy tvent wilt take, plxxcz at the. LutheAan ChuAch In GKtat Bend on Mov. 15tk. 

The. pAX}6pe.cttve. gAoom li onz oi oua highly Ae^pzcte.d yoang {,aAmeA^, and the. bntde- 
to-be. the. daughteA. o{^ a wzZZ known {family mofi GAzat Bend. 

MAWTAPOR ********** UovembeA 2, 1905 

GREAT BEWP TfieAe wUl be a wzddlng the. 15th of^ WovembeA at the Cha6. GhlepentAog 

home. The bfu.de-to-be li> theJji daughteA. The GAeat Bend Band will {uAnlih the mui-ic 
at the weddtng. We wl&h them good luck in advance. 

********** Novejnben. 1, 1905 

^ANTAVOR Tfie moAAlage oi RobeAt C. Tieg& to Ulii t^loAtha GfUepenfwg li announced 

to take place at the LutheAan ChuAch. In GAeat Bend on Wednesday, hlov. 15th. The gAoom 
who ii one oi oua moit highly heMpected young ^aAmeAi, hai a hoit oi intendi, who will 
take pleoJiuAe In extending congAatuZatlom . 

********** Hovemben. 9, 1905 

A Aomantlc moAAlage hai, ju6t been announced that wllZ be o^ lnteAe/>t heAe. The paA- 
tlei oAe Vk. I. B. Gheen and Hln Anna B. GAeene, the latteA being a il&teA o^ J. V. 
GAeene iohmeAly o^ Hankln&on, and who \il&lted heAe ^eveAal weeki the poit &ummeA. The 
moAAlage took place at St. Raul on June 23Ad but wa& kept a i>ecAet until lxu>t week. 
The gAoom li alio illghtly acquainted heAe, having vliited John V. , once OA twice. He 
li now a hoaie iuAgeon at the U. P. Hoipital at BAalneAd, MW. 

********** hiovembefi 16, 1905 

MANTAPOR ChoAlei Witt., J/l., and Mc44 Uinnle SandeA weAe moAAled at the bnlde'i 

home neaA BoAney on Wedneiday, Mov. 15th, Rev. HUgendoAi oHictatlng. The young peo- 
ple, have the beit wlihei oi a hoit oi i^lendi. 

********** NovembeA 16, 1905 

A maAAiage llceme woi liiued lait week to Wm. Bohn, J-^. , and Vlii CloAa HolzhaueA 
both oi BAondenbuAg Townihlp. * * * * *j*^* * * * NovembeA 16, 1905 



The moAAlagz o{, Wm. Bohn, Jn.. , to fUj,i CUUia HolzhauA took place cut the home o^ 
the bnJ.de'i paAenti on Thafuday, Mov. 23Kd. The ceAemony was MctneMied bij a iJew (^fiiendi, 
and u)a6 {^olZoiMed by the ummxJL ieMtivltiei . The young people ajie well known and populoA, 
the QKoom being a ion o{^ Urn. Eohn, one o^ ouA leading (^aAmeA&, and the bKide a daughter o^ 
Aki. CoAl PoibHlg. We take pleoiuxe i.n extending congKatuZatiom and be^t uxUhe&. 
GREAT BEWP ,**»*»,*», Vecembet 1, 1905 

^oAXied, on Wednesday, Nov. 19th, Mt&i lUnnle ZiegeJbnan to Otto StAtiieZ, Reu. H^nk 
o^^ctating. The bKide -ci a daughteA 0($ M.. and Ma4. F/ted Itegelman and t6 one 0($ qua 
mo6t popuZan. young ladles, vokile the gfioom haialoAge cJjuile o^ acquaintances among whom 
he -16 highly esteemed. The happy couple have the congKatuZatiom and but wlihei oi$ aZl. 
GREAT BfcW »«,»»,»**» Vecente^ 7, 1905 

l/ERNON The mafoUage oi fiUi Nannie M. Efilandion to John P. Hovey -ii announced to 

take place at the TiAhtrntad Monwegian Lutheran ChuAch on l^onday, Vec. 18th. A recept- 
ion at the VeAnon HaxZ wilZ follow the ce/iemony. 

»«*,»*,»»* PecemfaeA 7, 7905 

GREENFIELP Gnzeni^eld iiiendi oi H(J>i Edna Gowtn extend congAatulatiom on he/i 

Accent moAAiage to John PetteA6on. 

»,»*,»*,,» VecembeA 14, 1905 

UERNON Invitations have been issued {^oA the moAAiage o{, Visi, Hannie UoAie EiZand- 

ion to John P. Hovey. The happy event wiZZ take place at the TiAkinstad Nonwegian Luth- 
eAa.n Church on Monday, Vec. ISth, and will be followed by a Keception at the VeAnon Hall. 

»,»»»»«,»» PecembeA U, 1905 

A quiet wedding took place at the home Oj$ At/i. and Mw. AZAy Gowin neoA FaiAmount 
on ThuAsday, Nov. 23Kd, the contracting paAtiei being thciA daughteA Edna and John 
PetteAion. »«,*»«»*,» VecembeA 14, 1905 

VERNON On Monday occuAAed the wedding Oi$ John P. Hovey and Mi66 Nannie MoAie 

EnZandion. The ceAemony wai peA^^oAmed at the TiAkimtad Norwegian Lutheran Chwich south 
od town and was iolZowed by a big reception at the Vervwn HaZZ. A large number oi invited 
guests were present and participated in the {festivities. The young people are well known 
and highly respected by all, and we take pleasure in extending congratuZations . 

***,»*,»** Vecember 11, 1905 

A quiet home wedding occurred at the home o^ Ur. and hirs. G. E. Coaa at S PM last 
evening when Rev. H. E. WaikeA pronounced the words that united ^or Hie, Wittiam A. Gog- 
steXXer and Uiss Eva L. Carr. The ceremony was witnessed only by the immediate family. 

The young people have the congratuZations and best wishes o^ a loAge ciAcZe o^ friends. 
The bride is a most estimable lady and has taken a prominent paAt in the social ll^e o{, 
the town during her residence here. The groom holds a trusted position in the Tarmen, 
S lAeAchants Bank and is highly thought o^ in business circles. The NEWS joins with 

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othdA i)u.tndi> Zn MUhlng Uk. and Mw. Gogitz^tteA a long and pKoipz/ioui, manxie^d tiie.. 

«»«»»*»»»« VtzmbeA 21, 1905 

THEEVE. . ..Thz moAAlagt oi EAvZn W. T^app and Uli,6 UyfitZt B^acfUn lt> to take, place. 
\)ltdnej>day, Jan. lid, at tkz home, of, M^. and Maa. John B/iackln, the. bKidz' 6 paAznti. 
The. young ptople. oAc weJil known and popuJbxA and uulZ have the. bt&t Mii>he£i o{) all. 

,,»»,,«,»» VtzejnbeA n, 1905 

Inv-itationi oAt out jJo/l thz moMlagz ojj Hlki Uafuj EnkeJUi to RobeAt FoeLtz, the. 
happy zvznt to take, placz at the. home, oi the. bnJAe.' i> paAejfvU at StlleJ> on ThuMdojj, 
Jan. 4th. ,,«««*»»«» Ve.cejnbeA U, 1905 

Invitations havt bezn Ik&utd ^OK thz wtdding oi HUi, UyhXJLe. Ivy Bfiackln to Etivln 
W. iKapp, thz happy zvtnt to occuK at thz home oi thz bnyidz'i, panjinti>, M/l. and Ma6. 
John Enackin, In iJJaZdo Townihtp, on Wzdnziday, Jan. lid. 

********** X)^c.^t)^ 2«, 7 905 



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19 6 

A huj>band amz komt om zvzning to {find a note, ttit iofi him by kl6 wl^e.. CaAzZui- 
ly he. opened it but cu, he Kead kli fjoce blanched. "Uy God!" he zxcialmed, "hoM could 
it have happened 60 luddenlxjV' And snatching hii coat and hat he Ka&hcd to a ho&pital 
which woM ntan. hiJ, home. 

"I want to iee my voi^e, M'ti. Zfwwn, at once.," he iold to the. heaA nuAie, "beioKe 
ihe. goeA undeA the ethe/i. Take, my meMage to heA at once.." "^Iw. Bfiown," echoed the 
nu/i&e, "theAe i6 no Ma4. B^own hefie." "Then to which hoipital hai ihe gone?" akked 
the dlitAeMed husband, "I came home," and he handed the note to the nuue, who fiead: 
"VeoA haiband: I have gone to have my kimona cut out. ...Belle." 

»»»«.»«»»»» JanuoAy 4, 1°06 

Next Sunday evening, Jan. 7th, Wax UzxleA, one o{i ouA local ba&ineM men, will be 
moAAicd at Hinnejapolii, to ka>i> Sabina Rubin&tein, daughteA oi Ma. and Wii. A. Ruben- 
6tei-n 0(5 323 TouAteenth Ave. S. The. wedding will take place at Morgan Po6t Hall, coK- 
neA oi Hicolltt Ave. and TkOid Stficet, at 5 ?U, and the couple will be "at home" in 
Hankin^on a^teA Jan. 15;(h. «»»***»«»» JanuoAy 4 1906 

The moAAiage. oi Bivin W. TAapp to Ua>i Myntle Ivy BAackin wai, solemnized yeJ>teA- 

day at the home o^ the bnide'i poAtnti, Wa. and Maa. John BAackin, in Waldo Town&hJ.p. 

The. ceAemony wa& peAiohmed in the pAt&ence oi a ievi intimate i^iendi oi the contfiactlng 

paAtici, both oi whom one well known and highly AeJ>pected young people. CongAatulatiom 

and btit wZihei ioK a long and happy Hie oAe extende.d. 

« ^ «««»*»» » JanuoAy 4, 1906 

Today, at the home oi the bni.dt' i> poAenti at StileA, M^4 MaAy EnkeAi and RobcAt 
Foeltz will be joined in holy wedlock. The. cont/iacting paAtie.6 aAe well known, the. 
bfvide bei.ng the daughteA oi Ma. and Maa. Wm. EnkeM, ioArr^eA Keiidentk oi Hankimon, 
and the gnoom a highly Ktipected and induittioui young ioAmeA oi Gfieeniield Towmhip. 
They have aloAge ciAcle oi itiendit who extend congnatuZationi, and but wlihei. 

»»**»«»»,» JanuoAy 4, 1906 

A. J. Theede only imilei and Icokb wlie when he ii accused oi having matAimonial 
intentions oi a seAioui natuAe. It ts saie to bet that out genial ghxiin bayeA will be 
on hand at the YaiAmount Catholic ChuAch on the monning oi Tuesday Jan. 16th. 

****THEEVE**** ********** JanuoAy 11, 1906 

EAvin W. TAopp and Hiss UyAtle Ivy BAackin, two oi Waldo's popuZoA young people, 
weAe joined in the bonds oi holy wedlock at the home oi the bAi.de' s paAents, Ma, and 
Ma4. John BAockin, on the Ind oi Jan. Only a ieu) iAlends wete present at the wedding. 
May theiA voyage on the sea oi mafvimony be a long and happy one, is the wish oi theiA 

Jan. 11, 1906 



many intends and well wisheAS. ********f^ 



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GREENFIELD JnvAJtcutioni oJit oat ioh. tht {^oAthwmlng maA/Lcage. o^ Hiii Etlzahzth 

Wawtu o{) GKttn(^eXd to Alton J. Thztdz. Jkt wzdding waJU. takz pta.cz at TaxJmount on 
TueJ>day, Jan. 16th. ,»»,»»»*», Jancuvu) II, 1906 

6REEWFIEI.P Gnjz.tn{fidid ifvie.ndl, axe. pttoMz to txtznd congfiatuZattom on tht moA- 

filage. o{, Wm. Ffumdt to HUi Adami, ukich took placz at thz Hanklnion Catkotic. ChuAch la^t 
Saturday moAnlng. The. confiactying paxtizM have, fie^tded tn thJj, vZclnAXy llnce chctdhood 
and axe highly thought oi. ********** Januaxy II, 1906 

VEWOM. . . .Maxxied. .. .Ed. Back to Enga Oitbexg. The happy evznt took place, la&t 
Sunday at the g^om'^ home. A {ew iKiendt, wexe. -in attendance, and all extend thz beMt 
oi uili>hz&. ********** Januaxy II, 1906 

VFRMON Wofid hai bezn fizcelved {,Aom Hudolph John&on, noho leit iome time ago 

ioK Kensington that hz woi manxLzd Tuesday, Jan. 9th, to Anntz Walitxom oi Kznilngton. 
We axz juit awaiting hi/> afixival. 



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Januaxy II, 1906 



Thz maxnlagz oi Max inJzxlex to Hil,i Sabina Rublmtzln took placz at Hinneapoli6 
on Sunday zvzning, and uoai, attznded by a laxgz nwmbex oi ifiizndi, oi the contxacting 
paxtieJ). . . .60 many that the redding ieJitivitieM took placz In a lafige down town hall. 

Thz buJidz iM a daughtex oi hin.. and UXi. A. Rubznitztn, a pfiomineyit iamiZy oi thz 
Jeioi&h colony In the city, and the gfioom woa ioK i>zvzxat yzoM in the ztrrploy oi Gold- 
stein S KulbeXg oi thi& placz but -U now a mzmbex oi thz ilxm oi HoKouxLtz i Wexlex at 
thz ioAmzx HaiemziitzA itand. Ma. and Uu. WzxZex axe expected to axxivz inom Hinn- 
eapolli, some timz next: weefe and wjUUL be "at homz" -in Hanklnion aitex Jan. 15th. The 
gAoom'i i^Uendi, axe pAzpaxing to extznd a hzaxty wzlcomz to thz nev^ly wzdded couplz. 

********** Januaxy 11, 1906 

Rev. ii}m. H. Gimblztt, ioAjneXly pokton. oi thz Congtegattonat ChuAch hexz, wot, 
maxnlzd at St. TauL on Mew Vzax^ i> Vay to Hi&i UaxgoAzt C. Mac Izod oi that city. 

********** JanuaAy 11, 1906 

Thz moAxlage oi Wm. fxandt and Hi&i Nona Adam& took placz at thz Catholic ChuAch 
lobt SatUAday mofinlng, Rev. Jo6. F. Studnlcka pzxioHming thz cexzmony. 

Thz bfildz AJi a daughtex oi Ma. and Ma4, Joi. Adan\& oi thli placz and thz gfioom -a, 
a fie^pzctzd and Induitnloui young iaxmex oi GAzzniieZd Township. Both axe highly Azipzct- 
zd and have a host oi ihlzndi who extend congAotuZatlonS . 

********** Januaxy 11, 1906 

GREEWFIELP Txiznds oi ^ic44 ElizabeXii iHajwzM zxtznd congnatulatlom, and bzit 

wi&hzi on hex maxnlage Tuesday last to A. J. Thzedz oi Sonofia. A numbex iiorn Cxeen- 
iizld attznded thz Azczptlon on Tuesday evening at the homz oi Ma. and Ma4. Hznxy Thezdz. 

********** JanuoAjy 25, 1906 

ELMA Thz moAXiagz oi C. M. BzAndt and fii&s Anna Cannon took placz at LldgeAwcod 

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la^t ThiiA^day, Rev. E. F. Movlui o UlcJjitinQ . The. bfd.de. aj> a iliteA oi Wu>. Wm. H. 
EeJindt and came hext ^Kom Ke.nX.ucky tiut Augait, l-bice which tlmt 6he hai, trade many 
ifbiendi. The gKoom l6 a well known young ianmeA and enjoyi the eitzem o^ all. They 
Mill Aej>lde on ike Wm. H. BeAndX ianm du/Ung the. abience oi the SbaXteK on a vJu^JUt iowth, 
and will go to houiekeeping ioK thesnielveJ, In the 6pfUng. All join In extending congnnt- 
ulaXlom. «»«*«»»*«» JanuoAy U, 1906 

THEBVE Alton J. Theede, ouA populoA gfialn buyeA, believing that "It li not well 

iofi man to live alone," hoi taken unto kim&eli ^ ^i^ poAtneA in the peMon oi fiiii Eliz- 
abeth WaweM, daughter oi a well known ioJmeA. oi Gfieenileld Township. 

The wedding took place at St. Anthony' i Catkotic ChuAch In FalAmount on Tuesday 
mofinlng at 10 AM and wai> ioUowed by a Keczptlon at the. home oi h^A. and MA4. HeyiAy Theede. 
The young people have the be6t ulihe^ oi all. 

********** JanuoAi, n, 1906 

MMTAVOR. . .The iaylng l&, "GeXtlng maMled 16 only an evtfuj day occuAAence," but 
thl6 l6n't the coie In ouA town a6 It only occuAi once In 365 dayi heJie. Titii yean. It 
occuAAtd on Jan. 10th, when the bondi, oi matnlmony united thz heanti oi Ulii CloAa 
Beagle and John FetteAi ioA Hie. 

**»»»**,,» JonuoAw IS, 1906 

One oi the. ^akpeXon papeM decently had an account oi a illveA wedding annlveAiafuf 
neaA Vwlght, and It wai itattd that thli wai the f/JUt couple moAAled In Zichland County 
to celebAote theJji tviejntyilith onnlveAioAy. 

Two well known couplej> oi BfuindenbuAg claim pAlonlty oveA the Vwlght couple 

Ua. and M^, AlbeAt Bohn, who weAe miAAie.d In 1S76, and Ma., and Ma4. Augu&t Hoeii, who 
weAe. maAAled In U77, both In BAandenbuAg. Ate. theAe any otheAi? 

********** JanuaAy IS, 1906 

GREAT BEW....lt li, Aepofited that RobeAt Hohi, one oi ouA Ae^pected young ioAmeAi 
li to be maAAled ioon. We wlih him good lack In advance. 

********** JanuaAy 25, 1906 

MISS BEULAH RUSSELL MARRIEP. 

MAWPAN PIONEER: A veAy pAelty home wedding occuAAed at the Ae^ldznce oi l-'A. and 
Hu. Ohln AUoAtcht In thl& city, on Tuesday evening at S ?U when Hu>6 Be.ulah J delta 
Rui>6ell and M^. Eduiin Claude SmiXh weAe united In mahAlage. by Rev. BAeoAley oi the 
?Ae6byteAlan Chutch. Only a ^ew iAiendi oi the contAacting poAtiei weAe pAeAent. At 
10 o'clock 6uppeA wai ieAved at the JnteA-Ocean Caie to the happy couple and thelt intends. 

The bnlde, who -ci a il&teA oi Aiw. AlbAeckt, li a veAij atttactlve and chaAming 
young lady, and li held In the highest esteem by heA many ihlendi. She wai an occasional 
vliltoA In Handan but duAlng theie bAiei ^li>lli made many iAiendi who oAe delighted to 
congnatulate heA on heA new Aelatlom In Hie. 

W^. Smith, the gAoom, li manageA oi a lumbeA yoAd at Kemal, NV., and li AcgoAdtd 

on 



06 a bfu-ght and pfwmi6A.ng young man uiLth an zxceZtcnt Ktcofid £ofi baiZne^i pmh and 
tnteApnAJiz. 

The. happy couptz uuIZ bz at Kdn&at, theJA iutuAe. home., a^ten. Vtbtwuafuj 15th. 

********** Fefa/tuoAi/ I, 1906 

MANTAPOR.. ..Tfie moAAlagz 0|{ MA.. Lumbatdy and HUi KaXkfUna \slWieJbnlna Stlngtzbena 
wai> celebfuU.e.d at the. gKoom' 6 homz last Sunday. The moMlage. cexemony wa6 peAionjne.d by 
Hat Jo&t, Jtiitice oi the. Teace. The xeceptlon woi, ceAXalnty the mat enjoyable exper- 
ienced by the people o^ tkl6 vloinlXy ion a long while pcu>t. 

********** Tzbtwxouj 1, 1906 

ELHA....The moAtiage. o^ B>u.ck Jahnke and Hui Lucy ScnkbeAZ woi solemnized at 
the LutheAMi ChuAch oveA In HlnneAota Town&hlp on Wednesday, Rev. ClouteA o{,{rlclating. 
TheAJi ^fu.end& {,^m Elma exte.nd congftatulatlom. 

********** TebfumAy 22, 1906 

Two divohceJi weAe gnanted In Vist/U-ct Couht at Wahpeton last wee.k...one. to Uegna 
Paulson ifvom Swen Paul VavJLson, who A.esldes southwest o^ this place, and one to M. P. 
Lathwp £Axjm HoAlon C. V. Lathfiop, the latteA case being {^fLom Uoofieton. The. cases o{, 
BeA.3 vs. Tlx and Tlx vs. BeAg, Involving locaZ panties, weAe settled out oi couAt. 

********** FzbfuiaAy 22, 1906 

UoAAltd, Ua. Enlck Jahnke. to Hiss Uathilda Schoanzlastlg, last wtek, by Vastoh. 
Kunz o{, Honfcoiion, at the home o{, Gzo. Jahnke. 

. . . . UERNOW. . . ********** ^^,^^^ ,^ 7906 

The moAAiage oi Hiss Ida Hoglund to Ha. SodeAqulst was solemnized VAidajy oi last 
weefe at the. home oi the bnldz' s poAznts, Hfi. and Hks. I. Hoglund, west oi hzAz. 

Thz czAzmony was peAionmzd In thz pn.zsence o{i a ieu} Intonate {,nJ.ends oi the con- 
tracting poAtlzs, both oi whom oAz wzll known and highly Kespzctzd young pzoplz. Ccn- 
gnatuZatlons and best wishes ioK a long and happy ll^z oAz zxtended. 

...VEWON... ********** M^^ j^ 7906 

TEN VEARS AGO Column HeAman WoAneA and Hiss Emma Bohn weAe moAAczd at Gfizat Bend. 

(MoA. 1896) ********** M^j^^ j^ 7906 

A pKetty home wedding occuAAzd last evening at thz home o{, hifi. and Hns. F. F. Hc- 
Vkolj just east oi town when thzin. daaghteA Habel H. was jolnzd In wedlock to hir. Joseph 
J. Green. The ceAzmony was peAioAmed by Rev. W. P. ZickzAt In thz przszncz oi only thz 
Immzdlatz relatives. Thz bnldz Is a chanming young lady who has grown to womanhood In 
thz community and numbeM hzA irlends by the score. The groom has also resided hzrz 
ior a numbzr oi years and znj'oys the respect and esteem oi all. 

Thz young couple will go to housekzzplng In Hanklnson shontly, and mil be at 

home to their iriends aitzr Kpril 15th. 

********** 1^^^ g^ 7906 

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It li told thaX. a. faJjmoimt womxn Kzczntty Ka&hzd Into the. tzZnQfiaph o^^cz and 
Iniofmtd tkt opeAoton. that heA haiband had gone to St. Looci to gzt a banneji ^oK the. 
Sunday School, but ihe. had ioKQottzn to tell hun how loAgz thz banneA woa to be and the 
-cm cAiption to be placed upon aX. 

She thtn wKott a teJitQAom contxu.ntng tkz ne.e.de.d tnionimtton and hande.d It to the 
opeAotofi. It Kzad: "Mi/ dejiA Jomei. SavoA.y Hotel, St. Loul&. Unto u& a child li, bonn, 
zlght ieeX long and two iteX. uildz." The. haiband li, itill In St. Louli, and he. hat, a 
n.ztuAn ticket, but he lin't coming back. 

6REEWFIELP VKepaAotioni ate. btlng made. ioA the. {^oAthcomlng wedding o{i ^tc44 

LauAa MeAiion and M^. Vavld WateAhoa&e., which happy zvznt will take, place. In GKzenileZd 
on ThuAiday, MoAc/i 29th. A QKond deception, dance and 6uppeA will be held at VzAnon 
dating the zvznlng. Thz ptoipectlvz bAidz li a chaAmlng young lady o{, many accompllih- 
mznti and thz gKoom to bz li onz oi ouA mo6t iubitantlal and highly Kz&pzctzd lofmeJii. 

knnouncejnzrvti oi thz moAfilagz oi ClaAzncz AlmeAon WlZcox and Annabel Notthbtidgz 
o{, Totbzi have bzzn Kzczlvzd by Hanklnion (^fUzndi of, thz gtoom. Thz wzddlng took place 
at St. Paul on Taziday, ^.ioAch 20th, and thz coaplz will bz at homz In Wahpeton a{^teA 
June liit. Thz gtoom woi {^oAmeAly In thz jejwzleAy bailnzii heAe and old itizndi, zxtznd 
congfLatulatlom. »»»««*»»»« ^^^^^^ 22, 1906 

Thz moAtiagz of Hiii LauAa NeAlion and Ha.. Vavld WateAhoaiz took place thli moAn- 
Ing at thz Congn.zgatA.onal poAionagz, Rev. W. A. ^hlXcomb pzA{,0Aming thz ceAzmony. Thz 
gAoom hai oAAongzd {oA a gAond Azczption at VzAnon tonight and will zntzAtaln kii {^Alendi 
In a mannzA bzilttlng thz occailon. 

Thz bAldz li a chaAmlng and highly Azipzctzd young lady, and thz gAoom li onz o{, 
GAzzn{rield' i bzit known and molt pAoipzAoai foAmeAi, ziteemzd by alZ foA hli itzAtlng 
woAth. Thz MEWS Jolni with a holt o{, otheA fAizndi In zxtznding congAatulatlom and 
be^t wlAhe^. ■ ,,,,*,,,*, ^^^ 29, 1906 

GREAT BENP Tt li AzpoAtzd that thz moAAiagz of Ua. RobzAt llztlow to hiiii 

Honda llzgeJbnan will take place on Hay 22nd. Both oAz highly Azipzctzd young pzoplz o{, 
thii community, and when thz pAopzA tlmz comei we will ceAtalnly extend congAatulatlom . 

TEN YEARS AGO COLUHM Hlii HaAy JahA and Ak. TlobzAt Welnkaaf, wzAz moMlzd 

at thz GzAman ChuAch, Rzv. VaUbnan officiating. {ApAll 1S96] 

««*,*»»««, ^p^j^ j2, 1906 

Emll SchAozdeA and Hlil EaAboAa MewbaueA, two of GAzzndalz'l populoA young pzoplz 

WZAZ moAAizd at Wahpeton on Honday of thZi wzzk. TheJJi m.any fAlzndi zxtznd bzit wlihzi 

foA thzAA futoAz happlnziii. 

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Tke.y vulZ AUAxit on the. John Schnxxidtn., Sx. , i<vm, and thz JLattfi wlXh kli> {^amlly 
mlZ movt to HankLnion, whzAt thty havz puAcha&e-d a homz. 

GfLte.n{^eJid Township ha6 bztn KtdnAAJttojnzd, and by edict o^ the county boaxd mJit 
heAeo-iteJi be known 04 6REEWPALE Township. This action was taken Jin compliance with a. 
law passed by the last legislature wkicJi provides that no two townships In the state shall 
be.aJL thz same name. TheAe was a. GKeen^ZeZd township In C^ggs county ptvioK to the organ- 
ization oi ouA GAeenfileld. ********** Apfiil 12 1906 

UndeA a new law pKovldlng that no two townships In the state shall have the same 
name, the county boand last week changed the name o( GREEWFIELP township to GREEMVALE, 
PARK to VOERR, LIBERTY to LIBERT/ GROVE. • 

********** ^pg^ ,g^ jg^^ 

Hanklnson {^Alends o{, Vfiank. C. Bn.ummund ytsteAday received coAds announcing his ioKtk- 
coming maMlage at HeJOield, SV., to \iit,s Hantha E. Khudt, daughter o^ Rev. and h^fis. August 
Kludt oi that place. The wedding will take place on Mat/ 1st. Flank Is one o^ the Hank- 
Inson boys who has "made good" and oi whom, the town may well ){ee£ proud, and a host o{, 
inlends here waJJL extend congratulations at the propeA time.. 

********** ^p^j^ jg^ ,9^^ 

Alvord Hltton and Celia Bemen weAe moAAled oveA the telephone at Monango by a vrln- 
IsteA at Edgeley. They secuAed a license In Vlckey County and when they got ready ^or the 
marriage the hlonongo minister was at Edgeley. 

He was called up and consente.d to periorjn the ceJiemony by telephone, which was done. 
The ^act that he was In onotheA county ^rom the bride and groom and ^rom which tiie license 
was Issued may make no did^eAence as to the legality o{i the ceremony, 

********** ^p^^ 26, 7906 

Invitations are out ior the wedding o{, John C. Grant and Hiss KatheAine L. Vorman, 
to take place In the Congregational ChuAch In Hanklnson on Wednesday evening, U.ay 2nd. 

********** ^^,^ 26, J906 

Mai/ 1st was the date set ^or the maAAiage of, Erank C. Brummund and Ulss hioAtha E. 
Kludt at HeAAeld, SV., but the sudden death o£ M^. Brummund' s mother necessitated a change 
In date, and the marriage was quietly solemnized Sunday, and Va. and Urs. Brummund le{,t 
HeAAeld at once ior Hanklnson, arriving In time ^or the iuneAol Honday a{,teAnoon. kiteA 
0. short visit with friends heAt they leave today ior Minneapolis, and will be at home at 
HeAAeld a^teA June ISth. ********** ^ 3 j^^^ 

A pAetty wedding was solemnized at the LutheAan ChuAch last ThuAsday when Rev. T. 
Hlnck pronounced the words that joined in wedlock Hr. RobeAt Iletlow and Ulss Uanda Ileg- 
elman. The chuAch wa& beautifully decorated and the ceAemony was witnessed by a large 
numbeA o^ invited guests. At the conclusion o{, the ceAemony the guests proceeded to the 

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home 0|$ thz bKidd, Mhtfie, thty uieA^ Ajoyatiy e.nteAX£u.ntd urvtci an zaxty kouJi Tnlday moHn- 
ItiQ. Thz bfUdal coaplz weAe, thz ^ecx.pcen^ o{, a nimkct oi beMutl^ut Qlitk. Thz contAact- 
jLtlq poAtiiUi cuie. well knoim.. Thty wcAe both bo Aji. and fuxLi,td In tihii coimunOty, and have a 
fiOA-C o£ {^nlejidi uiko e.xtznd HizaJl conQfvxtataXAjonb and bt&t uxuhej, ijo-r a Zong and happy Li^z. 
....GREAT BEWP.... •»•«»*»»«» Hay 17, 1906 

MOORETOW T^ank WebeA and UU6 Ro4^e HydAamp wcAe mwiitd at Wahpzton on Tuesday. 

********** Hay 17, 1906 

Uiii MeXtiz TUndzAman, ionmzAZy o^ Hanklnion, and {^oK a couplz o^ yzoAj, a manbzfi o{, 
Thz MEWS Oj^i^ce ioAcz, wa6 moAnlzd to ChoAlzi R. ThatchzA yz/>teAday at thz homz o^ hzn pafi- 
znt6, M/i. and M^. CiCjoJi Hindzfman, -en Wahpzton. 

Thz gAoom voai ionmznijy abiccJjitzd uuMi R. J. Haghz6 tn thz puhtic/ition o{i thz Wahpzt- 
on Gazzttz, but nou) hoi a job -in a pAJ^nttng zitabtlihmznt at Hinot, whzAz thz couplz mil. 
fizJildz. Thz bnJ-dz hoi many {^filzndi, -in Hanklmon who zxtznd congfiatuZaXZoni and bzit uxli,hej). 

KRAMER - L:SK 

Thz wcMhiagz oi Ma. Lzvl Liik and Hl&i AZv-ina KnxmzJi took, ptacz at Wahpzton yzAitzfidcy . 
Thz bJUdz -u a i-iitzA of, Ma-6. A. E. W-ilZafid and hai taught icJnool In thii vicinity (^ok iomz 
-tune poit. Shz -id a {,avonltz among hzA acqualntancz-6 , o{i Mhlch 6hz hoi a loAgz clAcZz. 

Thz gncom hoi gAown to manhood In Richland County, bzlng a ion oi$ hiA. and Uas. C. 
Lc6fe o{i EljJia. He -i& highly z&tzzjnzd by all who knoM hln\, and Thz WEWS, uxith othzA ^Aizndi 
takz-6 plzaiuAz In zxtzndlng congAotulatlon-i and bz-it lolihz-i. 

A^tzA a 6 ho At vli-it with thz bAidz'6 poAznt-k at OAtcnvlllz, thz nzvily wzddzd couplz 
Villi AztuAn to Elma Touinihlp and makz thzlA ^utuAz homz. 

********** Junz U, 1906 

Paul Halpaai and bAldz took thz tAaln at Hanklnion on l^ondaij ^oA Wabasha County, MW., 
-Che nuptial knot having been tlzd at WahpzXon thz dajy pAzvloui. Thzy mil latzA vImIX at 
Elbow Lakz, whzAz thz gAoom may acczpt a position which has, been oi^j^eAcd him. 

A pAztty wzddlng looi czlzbAatzd at St. Fhlllpi' ChuAxih latt Monday moAnlng at 9 AM 
whzn Hu6 Mae EithzA Thill, daughtzA o{, Ma. and Haa. J. P. Thill, bzcamz thz bAldz oi Ua. 
Wm. Hutton. Thz bAldz'i only attzndant wai, fU-ii hioAy Vlciii, o^ LidgzAwood, and thz bz6t 
man woi Ma. J. P. ThUUL, bAothzA o^ thz bAldz. Thz nuptial mai,6 wai Azad by Reu. TathzA 
Studnlcka. Thz bAldz lookzd vzAy iwzzt gownzd In whltz, and coAAlzd a bAldal bouquzt. 
Thz bAldz&mald wai gownzd -in whitz oAgandlz and coAAlzd pink coAnaXlon-i. 

Thz bAldal couplz wzAz izAznadzd at thz homz o{, Ma. and Maa. I-immzAman, 6-i6tzA o{ 
thz bAldz. Thzy thzn paAtook o^ a wzddlng bAzak{ia6t a^tzA which thzy wzAz Immzdlatzly 
dAlvzn to thz homz oi$ thz bAldz whzAz a Azczptlon wcw glvzn. 

Thz bAldz wai) {^oAinzAly onz oi Richland County' i moit populoA tzachzJU,, pAzvloia, to 
hzA bzlng In bai-inzi,6 hzAz. Thz gAoom li wzll known heAe and hoi many (,Alznd6. 

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Thzy It^t iofi theJA. harm at Whctz Hock, SV., on Ue.dnt&d€Ly even-cng, wheAz Wi. Mutton 
l6 engaged In ba&inui. * »«««««»,» j^^^ j^ ^^^^ 

GREAT BENV kihfit Gabt o^ iku plact and Mc44 Uattie. Schmidt uJeAe. moMtcd on the. 

13 at the. homz o{^ tko. bhJidt at Lakz City, MN. 

»»«»»»««*, j^^ 27, 1906 

Cha6 MahZeA o{, WaZdo and Wc64 Eti^z EhZzAi wzAt unittd In moMlagt on thz 20th at 
the. home o^ the bfilde at lake City, UH. 

««*««»«»«» jj^^ 2T, J906 

The HEltlS aJ, In fitcelpt of, a tetteA {^Aom MA6. John B. Pa66tneau ojj Tomahawk, WI. 

Ak4. Poi^Zneau woi iohme/dUj Hc44 BeAtha lOUeg, daughter o{, Ma., and Uu. Geo. KAteg o^ 

thii place and woi mafuUed loit OctobeA. 

********** June 21, 906 

HeAman lOiau&e and Hw. Stetn uieAe moAAted Zoit ThuA&day eventng at the CeAiT,an Evan- 
geLicai pauonage, Rev. Kunz peA^oAming the ceAzmony. 

,,»»«»«,»» j^^ 21, 1906 

Jnvttationi, axe out ion. the ma>iAlage of RobeAt VeddeA to Hi&i Mafuj WaZZmann. The 
wtdding mJUi take place at the GeAman Evangelical ChuAch on Thauday, June 28th. 

««,«*»«««» j^^^ 21, 1906 

The maHAlage oi WalteA Mace and Mci^ MoKjonte Hoiiofid took place at Maihua, MN., on 
Tuesday. The. gfwom lt> a bfiotheA o^ Wu>. F. 0. HungeA and hai, vl&lted heAt ixeqaently. 
The bfu.de Lk aJUo known to lome of ouA people, having been a gue^t at the HimgeA home a 
yeoA ago. «»♦«»««»»» j^^^ 28, 1906 

The manAlage o^ RobeAt VeddeA and Mc6-i MoAy Wallmann took place at the GeAman Evan- 
geLical Chuxch thti, monntng. Rev. Kunz peAiotming the ceAemony. The b/vide li a daughteA 
ol yji. and Mx&. CaAl ItJallmann o£ Bxightuiood Touin^hlp and l6 a mo6t estimable young lady, 
eJiteejned by a laAge ciAcle oi {,fUend&. The gfioom -ci one o^ ouA lndu.itAloa6 and highly 
fieykpected young foAmeAi, a ion o^ Ut. and Ma4. Wm. VeddeA o^ Bzlfond. They have many 
{/Uendi) who wcih them much joy In tketfi moAAled life. 

«,««««,»,« jj^^ 2S, T906 

At the home of hin.. and Mm. Hickent toit evening the moAAtage of VeAn Hazel WalkeA 
to HenAy Roy Ka&low wat> iolemnlztd. The ceAemony wai> peAlohmed at S:30 ?M by Rev. H. E. 
^olkeA, fatheA o^ the bfUde, In the pxaence of a imalt a&iemblage of fielativeJ> and Intim- 
ate {/Llendi. following the ceAemony an InionmaZ deception ioK the newly wedded couple 
wa6 held. 

The bntde li> the youngest oi Ma. itlalkeA'i ilve daughter and duAtng the time ipent 
In HanktniiOn ihe ha& won many ifitendi. The gfwom l6 a pfwrnlilng young builneM man oi 
Venvefi, CO., and Ma. and hifci. Kailow will leave tomofiAow evening iofi that place wheAe 
they will KeMlde, stopping enAoute at Mlnneapollj, and otheA Minnesota polntk to vlilt 

ifUend6 and KeZatlvti. ********** July 19, 1906 

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GREAT BEWP. . . . John Tfu.pkz, a pfiomlmnt {^oAmeA ZlvlnQ Zn SimmiX. Tou}yu,lu.p, woi maxn.- 
Izd to a. lady ntcui CfiookMion, MM., toutt Tuej>daiij. 

********** j^ 26, 1906 

The. moAAiagz oi Anna. TAlpkz and John HoZXhuizn, 3k., uooj, &otvnnize.d Zoit Wcdntiday 
at the. Luthtfuin ChuAch i^ue milzi tait o^ heAz. Rev. H-inck tied the. knot that uruXed 
thz happy cowplt In wedlock in the. pJizAtnct oi a laAge a&iemblage o^ Znv-cttd {i,fLlend& and 
KeXativeJy. 

FoZloMing the ceremony a fieceptZon woi given to the gue&t6 oJi the home oi the bnlde'i 
paAjerUi. The bKlde Ik the younge&t oi Ma.. Tnlpke'i daughXeU and ha6 gKown to womanhood 
In SimmiX. towmhlp and nimbe/u, heA ihlendi, by heA acqualntanceit . The gnoom Ik a phjomitilng 
young iatuneJi who ha& aZio been fieoAed to manhood In thl& vicinity. 

The happy young couple have the beit wi^hei, oi thelA. many ifilendk ion a long and 
happy Uie. ********** j^^j 26, 1906 

A moMlage licence wa& iMiaed by Judge ChnXitlan la&t evening to Choi. W. BoAgen. 
oi HanklMon and UlMi Lucy Hanson oi Cogswell. They one. qaite young iolki, and the 

lady l& lately i^om South Dakota FORMAN NfEO/S 

********** Augu&t 16, 1906 

Cha6 W. BaAgeA and Mc44 Lucy Han&on weAe maMled at fofiman lait week, and axe now 
6ettled In Hankln&on. The ghoom li, In the employ oi J. F. LaiwleA, and the bfu.de woM a 
fie&ldent oi Cogswell. The young couple have gone to houiekeeplng In the Langbehn hou&e. 

********** Auguit 16, 1906 

McGRAV - (JJOOVHOUSE 

MARRIEP: ....At the home oi the bnldek paxenti, Wedne&day evening, August 22nd, 1906, 
Ul66 Anna Hay t.\cGAay to Ma. John C. Woodhouie, Rev. W. A. WhlXcomb o Ulclajting . 

The above announceMent wlli be pleading neuii to the many ihlendud oi the bnlde In 
Hankinkon and vicinity. The wedding waJi a quiet one, only the Immediate lelativek oi the 
contAactlng poAXlti being pfie&ent. following the ceAemony a dainty wedding ^uppeA wa& 
6eAved and the newly wedded couple leit on the Gfient UoitheAn tAoin ioK a khont bhldal 
touA. They will be at home to thelA ihlendi, at. 499 LaaKel Ave., St. Paul, aiteA Sept. 15th. 

The bnlde Ik a daaghtet oi Ma., and Hm. F. F. UcGnay oi thlk place, but ion ieveAal 
yeoAi hai ipent mokt oi hen time In Wahpeton. NeveAtheZeik khe hak a hokt oi inlendk In 
thik vicinity, and all Join In extending bekt wikhek. 

The gnoom Ik a PulZman can conducton on the MontheAn Vacliic, nunnlng between St. Paul 
and the coakt, and hak been In the nallnoaxL buklnekk ion yeoAk. That he hak the conildence 
and ejiteesn oi the company Ik attekted by the iact oi hlk kteady advancement klnce he ilnkt 
entened the keAvlce. 

The motken and klkten oi the gnoom annlved h',onday inom St. Paul to be pAeJ>ent at the 
wedding. ********** Augu&t 21, 1906 

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Tht rroMAMjgz oi Bznjamln Jontl> and Hl66 Ella SckuLtz woi 6otejnru.ze.d at Gznuzo lcu>t 
Uondaij, Rev. foAAaxid Oj$ LidgeAuoood peA^oAmlng iht c^zmony. Tht bKldaZ pamty anAA.vtd 
hzAt Tuesday and vl&ittd with thz gfioom'A Aelxitlvti luvtii y^teAday, whzn thzy Itit ioK 
Keniod voheAz the, ghoom aj> tngagzd i.n bui-ine>6-& . Ben hai a ho6t o^ {^nltndi htAz who e.xte.nd 
congfwjtuhvtioni, and beit wiihei to thz nwty maJinie.d couple.. 

«»»«*«««*« OctobeA 4, 1906 

JnvL(:ation& afm out ioK thz iofitkcoming maMJiLagz o^ Wj>i, LydZa Holthatzn to WU.tiz 
H. TAxbfee, to takz placz on We.dmi>day, OCt. 17 th, at St. John'i ChuAch. Both oAe uM. 
known young pzoptt oi Swmmit TownAhtp, the. bfUde. bzlng a daaghtzK oi Co. Com' K Holthaktn 
and tka gfioom a ion oi John Tntbkz. The. ceAejnony wiLt be ^olZowed by a fieceptton at the 
Holthiuen home. ,»,,,«»«,« OctobeA 11, 1906 

InvLtatconi ate out {,0K the doKthcomlng mofuUage oi HUi Blanche Gowln and Anton 
Ennen, welZ known young people Ke^ldtng ecu>t oi town. 

«««*»»»»«« OctjobeA IS, 1906 

UUi Lena SandeA and Wi. Efineit i)lltt weAe moAAled at Banney ytiteAday mohnLng, Rev. 
HU-gendoK^, o ilLclatlng . A AzceptLon iolZowzd at thz home oi thz Bntde'i paAenti, M^. and 
M^. HenAy SandeA. The young people will fieM-ide neoA UantadoK. 

kn eJLahofuxte wedding took place tkU mofintng at the GeAman EvangeXtcoI ChuAch, the 
contAacting poAttzi bzlng kli66 Eti6e KAuegeA and Klifizd Vfwchnow. The ceJizmony wat, peA- 
iofvmed by Rev. Kunz tn the pAz6zncz oi a chuAchf^ul oi {^Atendi who had known the young 
people itnce childhood, ToULowtng thz czKzmony the guzit& pAoczzdzd to thz home o{, the 
bHA.de' & poAznti wzit oi town wheAz thz nupttaZi wllZ fce ceZebKotzd according to thz u&ual 
GeAman custom. 

The bnldz -U the onZy daughten. oi Wi. and Ma4. Vfizd KfuxzgeA, who oAe numbered among 
BAtghtwood' i oldest and moit pA06peAoai> izttZzU. Thz gfwom ij> a i,on o{, Va. and UJit,, HeA- 
man Vfwchnow, oZmo pfwminznt {^oAmeAM o^ BfilghtMood. Thz young couplz wiZZ occupy the hlaA- 
quoAdt iafm adjotntng the KAuegeA place, and which the bfUde'i iatheA puncha&zd a {,ew mon- 
thi ago. »»»«»»««»* Octobzn 18, 1906 

The maA/Uagz oi Hui Lydia Holthuizn to UUZcz H. T/ilbke wa& solemnized by ?ev. T. 

Hinck la6t Wednz&day in the pfuzizncz o^ a laAge numbeA o{^ invited guziti. Af,teA the ceAe- 

money the Keception took place at the home oi the bftlde wheAe zveAybody had an enjoyable 

time. Ha. and Hu. Tfilbke havz thz congAatulationJt and bzit wlihzi> o^ thziA many dntendi 

ioK a long and happy moAAced tiiz. 

«»»»»«»»*» OctU}beA IS, 1906 

GREAT BEHV JnvitatLoni oAe out ioA the ionthcoming maMtage 0)$ Uii& MaAtha Sedlel 

to HznKy Holthu&zn, to takz place on Wednzidaij, Oct. 24th, at thz LutheAan ChuAch. Both 
young people oAe well known in thtk community, having gAown to man and womanhood heAe. 

Thz bAtde l& a daughteA 0){ Choi. SedleA, one oi ouA pionzzA iafuneAi and the gAxiom 

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Xi a 6on oi Co. Com'K Holthaitn. Thz czAejnony loJJUi be iottowtd by a GeAman itylzd Ktc- 
vption (U ike. bfUdz'i home.. ********** OcXobeA IS, 1906 

MIKE MULLJHS MARRIEP 

The gerU/xt po6iat cZeAk, M-^. Hike UuLtirU), kcu joined the cumy of, btrizdlcts and 
heJieaiteA will be one oi the "at homz gentZe.men," li you plea&e. 

The happy ai^aJji happened at Vofital tadt weefe by Mkich f-lUi f^ioAgaAet ValZy and 
Hike. hiuILim weAe joined -in the holy bond6 o^ wedlock, among odmiAlng {,fu.end6 and 6how- 
eAed vcith congfuxtuLationd , and heAea^teA will fieMlde In theAA com{,ofitable. home In VontaZ. 

ConceAnlng the bKidegioom theAe ^ no neerf oi teZZlng what eveAjj one knowi>, that 
he -iii a ilne ieZZow capable oi maktng a good woman happy, honored and fitipected arriong kit, 
iellow men and co-woxkeAM. . .but it' & all tAue neveAthelt&i. 

The bnJ.de woi at one time Co. Supt. oi Schools -in WoAd Co. but hai been Living In 
fcfital ioK ieveAal yeoM and teaching In the puhllc ichooLi, duAing which time ihe hoi 
built a nice leMldeyice In VoKtaZ and pKoved up on a valuable claim nejoji theAe and now 
ietkA to maJze Ma. UulUm, happy by pKeMldlng oveA the household aiialM. 

Immediately aiteA the we.ddlng ceAemonleM the couple took the C. P. tAotn to ^^anii 

wheAz tiiey will enjoy two weeks oi theJji honzymoon EndeAlln Independent..... 

********** OctobeA 25, 7906 

A moAAlage woi solemnized liJednziday In tht lutheAnn ChuAch when Rev. T. Hlnck tied 
tiie nuptial knot that united In wedlock duAlng the couAse oi theJji eanthly Hie, Henhy 
Holthuien and ViOAtha SedleA, two oi ouA populaA young people. Both have gfuiwn up In this 
vicinity iKom thelA childhood and have always numbered among ouA most KeMpected young 
ptople. 

The ceAemony In the chuAch was witnessed by a loAge numbeA oi Invited guzsts. Fol- 
lowing the ctAejnony a Keceptlon took place at the home oi the bnide. Wi. and Wa4. Holt- 
huSen have the congAatulations and beJit wlsheJi oi thtlt many ihtends ioK a long and happy 
moMled Hie. ...GREAT BENV.. ********** OctobeA 25, 7906 

GI^EAT BEW....The moAntage oi Hiss Maggie HaineA to Ma. Leo Velzel took place at 
the CatlioHc ChuAch In town on TueAday mo fining at 10 AM, aiteA which a laAgc cAowd enjoy- 
ed themselves at the home oi the bfilde. 

********** OctobeA 25, 7906 

The moAAlage oi l^ilss Blanche Gowln to Elvis Ennen took place at the home oi Will 
Hoiiman In LeUaAs Tcwn^hlp yeAtzAday. Both oajz well known young people Aesldlng east 
oi town, and thelA intends zxtend congKatulations . 

********** OctobeA 25, 7906 

Thz moAAlage oi hiiss Lillian Evenson to HoAAy hlulph was solemnized Wednesday oi 
last week, and thz young pzople aAe now Azsldents oi Hanklnson. The bntde Is a daughteA 
oi Ma. and Has. T. Evenson, wzZl known ioAmzAs neax LidgzAwood and eveAy one In this 
vicinity knows the gfwom, the son oi one oi ouA leading Aesldznts. klZ join In extend- 
ing congKatulations and best wishes. HovembzA 7, 1906 

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MOORETON, ,. .F/ied Ha^^neA u)cl& moAJUzd to Jei^Ze LaWLence o£ Wahpcton on TaeAday. 

»«««,«»,»» HovmbeA S, 1906 

JnviXaXU.on& hxivz been i66ue.d ioK the. weddcng o^ Hii6 Lzna JcumcA and Ma.. EdMln 

Stack, wzLt known and popuZaA young pzoplz o^ BAlghtMiood, to take place, ntxt ThuAidojj 

Nov. T5tk, at the LuXheAJm ChuAch In town. 

««««»«»»«« UovembeA %, 1906 

lnv.Ltationl) ofie oat ioK the wedding oi HichaA-d Hacae o{ Lidgtwood and Uli6 Hed- 
wlg Kunz o^ tkii, place, which happy event wWi take place on Uov. 14th. The bfitde-to- 
be li, a i>UteA oi Rev. Kunz. ********** NovembeA S, 1906 

At 9:30 AM thU moAning Rev. Kunz pfwnnounced the wofidi which joined In wedlock 
UUi Lizzie Stack and WUliam H. Biadow. The bAtde li a daaghteA oi Cha.&. Stack, Sk. , 
and the gfwom li, a well known young iafmei. A fieceptA.on ioZlowi the ceAemony, to be 
held at the HeAman Eladow home 6outh of, town. 

********** Move/nbeK 8, 1906 

Invltationi aAe out ion. the wedding oi Wm. Raddltz and UlMi> UaAtha Boldt, to take 
place next Twe^day. ********* * UovembeA 15, 1906 

The moAAlage oi Hi&i Lena Ja&men. to Wa. Edwin Stach took place at 10 Al^ thid moin- 
Ing at tlie LatlieAon ChuAch, Rev. leAiln o iilcJjxting . following the ceAesnony, the laxge 
poAty oi Invited gueMtt, Kepatfied to the home oi the bAide' & poAenti, Ma. and Mw. CoaI 
Ja6meA, In BAlghtwood Township, wheAe the a&uaZ deception li now In pAogficii. The young 
people have fie^lded In thli vicinity neoAly all thelA livei and afie highly esteemed. 

The gnoom li a ion oi Hfi.and hifu. AlbeAt C. Stach, ploneeAi oi Belicfid Townihip. 

The newly wedded couple will fie^lde on the Stach ioAm, and Ma. and MA4. Stach will become 

Ke^ldenti oi Hanklmon In a iew monthi. 

********** UovejnbeA 15, 1906 

RobeAt Uohi woi moAfiled loht Wednciday at TeAgoi falli, MW., to Hiii Hilda Stetn 
oi that place. The gfioom li a well to do ioAmeA oi tkii vicinity, having Kcilded heAe 
ilnce childhood. The bfude li alio iatnly well known heAe, having vlilted heAe on iev- 
eAal occoiloni. Ma. and MA4. Uohi will be at home to thelA many inlendii In a ihoht time. 
The happy couple have the congAatulationi and btit wliheJ> oi theJJi many inlendi ioK a long 
and liappy moAAied liie. ********** MovembeA 15, 1906 

Ma. and MA4. John Wendt have liiuzd Invitations ion. the wedding oi thelA daughten. 
hilii Mcmtte to Ma. HeAman WebeA, the ceAesnony to take place on Wednesday, Wo v. 21 it, at 
St. John'i Chun.ch, and to be iollowed by the usual neceptlon. 

********** KovembeA 15, 1906 

Mi-64 Ada EeAgeA and John E. Gata weAe nioAnted at TaAgo on Tuesday. The bnlde Is 
the eldest daaghteA oi Ma4. Jacob EeAgeA oi this place and the gnoom Is a Soo bnakesnan. 

********** NobembeA 15, 1906 



MNTTAPOR Thz moAJilagz o^ Ulii ULnrUt Wandt to ^k. HoAsran O/efceA txjok plact on 

We.dm^day monncng at St. John'i Chuxch In thz pKeJ>tnce. o{, a loAgz cl&6 anblage. o{^ Invltzd 
gu(U>t&. Thz ceAzmony wca (^oULowtd by a ceZzbAation In the. good old GeAman i>tylz at thz 
harm ol tkt blldz^ 6 paAznt6. 

The. young people, cuie weLi and lavoHablij known In thJj> xjldviiMj , tJie biLde being a 
daughteA ojj two o^ ouA oldest 6eXtteA6, Wi.and Maa. John ^endt, and thz goom -ci a pfwl- 
peAoiU) young ^o/uneA. AlZ join In extending congAatulatxoni, and bt&t mj,heJ). 

*»»,**««»» Uovembzn. 11, 1906 

TEW YEARS AGO COLUUN PeteA Klnn and Hui, GeAtAudz Kfump we/ie maAAizd at Manta- 

doK, Rzv. J. F. Studntaka o iffitlating. {Nov. 1896) 

»*%*«»»»«» hiovzmbeA 11, 1906 

Wm. H. RaddLtz and Hi&i, MaAtha Eoldt, two of^ ouA uieZl knovon young people, weAz 
united -in moMlage by Reu. H. Kunz at thz GeAman Evangzllcal Chu/ich on Tuziday mofinlng. 
Thz bfvidz -u a daughteA ol Wi.and WU). HeAman Boldt, uiho tivz jai>t ioath ol town, and 
thz gfioom ha^ Kziidzd i.n Hankln6on i-incz boyhood. Thzy uxiti go to hoaizkzzptng heAz at 
once. CongKotulMttonii and bzit wt&he^ OAZ zxtzndzd by aZZ. 

**««*»«»»» November 11, 1906 

At home oi the bAtdz'i paAznti .in Waldo yziteAday ocuooizd the maMlage oi lli&i, 
f'\aAgaAzt GeAtAudz BAackin to Ma.. EAnz&t L. Zi&lng. The zeAzjv.ony woi peAionxnzd in the 
pKe^encz oi a ^ew AeZativti and Zntanatz ^nlzndi. 

Thz buldz li the populoA and aczompHihzd daughteA o;^ ^^' ^'J^d. M-^4. John BAackin, 
well known Azitdznti 0|$ Waldo, and thz gAoom ti a thnlity and highly AzspzcXzd young 
ioAmeA. Thzy will be at home nexiA FalAmount to thzlA {/ilendi a^tzA Vzc. ISth. 

*»««»»««»« MovzmbzA 75, 7906 

Loi-t weefe Thz MEWS iaUizd to mention thz maAAla.gz o^ Thzo. Huli and Ulii LaiiAa 
Valnz, which happy event took placz at thz Catholic paAl&h hou6z on thz 10th oi Nov., 
Rev. Joi. F. Studnicka oif^Zclatlng. CongAatulatloni and bzit wtihzi aAz zxtznde.d by 
thelA iAlzndi. . «»»«»«***« November 29, 7906 

A double wzddlng 0(5 {,ouA E^^ngton young pzoplz took placz at Stiieton toMt wzzk. 
VztzA Holman and Hui BzAtha Moe, and John Jolimon and Hu6 f-iaAy SpabeAg, weAz happily 
unltzd In wzdloch, Rev. Rudiz being thz o^^^clatlng cleAgyman. 

«»»»*»»»»* HovembzA 19, 1906 

The maAAlagz o^ l>iLii BeAtha RoedeA to Ua. lAvln Pankow occaAzd at thz GeAman Evan- 
gelical ChuAch yzitzAday moAnlng, Rev. Kunz peA^oAmlng the czAzmony. At Iti conclalilon 
the guz&ti, AzpalAzd to thz homz oi thz bnldz'i poAznti, Ha. and UAi. Jullui RoedzA, In 
BAlghtJMOod Town&hlp, wheAZ thz wzddlng wai celebAated accoAdlng to thz uiual ca6tom. 

Thz young pzoplz oAz well known Az&ldznt& o^ BAlghtwood and havz thz congAatuLatioYHt 
o£ a loAgz clAclz of, {,Alzndi. 

»«»»»«»»«» hlovzjnbzA 19, 1906 



MORETOH.. . .Guilt Johnion, ouA. bcuiJbz/i, woi mvuilzd In ULnnzapotu on ikt 27th of^ 
Uov. and KeXuAnzd viiXh hU bfilde. on Thu/aday evening. 

»,««»»«««« VzcmbeA 6, 1906 

InviXcvbioM ka.\)z b^tn l66ue.d ioK thz wzdding o^ Mfi. TKtd Ve.ddzK and McA4 hiinnle. 
ULibfiandt, to takz placz at thz GeAman EvangeZicaZ Chuxch nexi Thauday. 

»««»»«»»«» PecembcA 7 3, 1906 

Jhz nwiniagz oi Hu6 Ro^y Hzntz to M/t. John Gabbext wai, iotvmniztd at the. Schuett 
komz today, Rev. leAiin peA{,ofming thz ceAejnony. Thz bKidz -u a daugktzn. o^ VeteA Hzrvtz 
and thz gnoom -c6 a p^oipeAoui tJo/uneA. Tkz nmly wtddtd couptt Izit iimzdlattty on a 
wzdding VUp to UaUhaZZ and otheA pointi in Hinnziota. 

»«»»«*««»« VtcmbeA 13, 1906 

ChoAlu W. KlmiitteA, am o^ BfUghtuiood' i, pxomlnznt {lOAmzU, mXZ. be mafiKizd at 
Gfiaiton, lA., to diy to Hil,6 La,6lz C. Gtoitzl, daugkteA oi Ma., and M^. J. G. Gla&iel 

o{i that place.. 

kiteA a bhlzi wzddlng tnJip thzy will be "at home" on thz gloom' i ilnz {^afum wz&t o^ 
town. CongfiatuZationi and bz&t m^hzi afiz. zxtzndzd by a Zafigz cOiclz o{, inizndi,. 

PecejJibeA J 3, 1906 

Thz iwAxLagz oi VUj>i, UaAy Wz6tpkal to Ua. PauZ llzgeJbm.n took placz at thz GzAman 
EvangzUcal CkuAch yziteAday mofmying. Rev. Kunz pzAiohming thz czAzjnony In thz pAz&zncz 
oi a loAgz poAty oi Invitzd gaz6t6. Tkz iiduaZ nzzzption ioZZowzd at thz komz ci tkz 
bfUdz'i paAznti,, Ma., end Wu,. Wm. Wz&tpaht, ja&t ioutk oi tovin. Tkz young pzcplz oaz well 
byiown and kavz many iXAzndUi wko zxtznd bzit uxlikej> ioA a long and happy moAhlzd tiiz. 

********** VzcembzA 15, 1906 

[UEWTUG BELLS 
TRAPP - LOESS 

McLVu.ed, at thz komz oi thz bhldz'i pafvzntk In VzVillo Township, hil&i Suilz W. 
TAopp, only daugkteA oi Ma. and MA4. A. F. TAapp, to ElmzA E. Lozbi oi Abztdzzn, SV., on 
TkuA.iday, Vzz.lltk, at 4:50 PM, Rev. C. A. BAemcA oiilclatlng. 

Tkz ceAzmony wcw mtnzbizd by thz -Immzdlatz KeJbxttve^ and ihlznd^ oi tkz young pzo- 
plz, aiteA which a iumptoui wzddlng izoit wai leAvzd to wklck thz guz6ti, did ample ju/>ttcz. 

Tkz neuoly wzddzd couplz dzpaAtzd on thz zoAly mofinlng tAoln iofi thziA iutuAz komz 
nzaA KbeAdzzn, SV., avovylng with thzm thz bzit wlikzi oi thetA many inlznd^ ioh a long 
and happy tiiz. ********** VzczmbzA 10, 1906 

TkuAi>day ieemi izt apoAt ai "wzddlng day" at tkz GeArmi Evangzlical CkuAck, and 
today l& no zxczption. kt 10 AM thl& mofinlng Rev. Kunz jolnzd In wzdlock Hi&i Hinnlz 
HUbAandt to MA. FAed VzddzA In thz pKz&zncz oi a loAgz aiizmblagz oi InvAjtzd guzktk. 

following thz ceAemony thz poAty Azpalnzd to thz komz oi thz bAldz'i paAzntb, AtA., 
and Maa. HzAman HUibAajndt, wkeAz tkz u^ual Azczptlon li, now In pAogKzi,i. Tkz young pzo- 
plz kavz ipznt moit oi thziA livzi In RlckZand County and kavz numbeAlziA iAlzndi who 
zxtznd congAotulatloM and bzit wlikzi. (42) VzczmbzA 10, 1906 



A moAAaige. ticzme. ioa6 ll>i>u.td lout wank, to Paul G. Lulck and flii,6 MoAgaAzt Schultz. 
The. pnx}i,ptcti\)t gicom -U a i,on oi the. laXe. ChhJj, Luick oi MoAzm and thz bfiidt a daughttn. 
o{t Ma., and Ma<s. HeAman Schultz, who At&tdz nexui l^antadofi. 

»««»»»»««» Vtcesnbe^ 27, 1906 



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7 9 7 

Two weddcngA ^nvotv-ing weJU. known VzAnon fiuldtntt, weAe iotamnlzzd itctrvtZij , thz 
conXAactLng poAtcei being Amtmd A. BeAg and Hu,6 Gina. 0. Sonde, and John Loke.n and Uajuj 
lokkzn. »««»»•«««» JanuoMj 3, 7907 

TEN yTAR5 AGO COLtiMW Tha Hem fizcofided ihz moMlagz. oi Htnfuf C. PoAtlow to Mj>i 

Sadie. VoAman. (Ma., and f-iu. VaAilow aelzbfuite.d theJA "tin we.ddlng" la6t wtek. M/t. Vau- 
low hoi held ItuM poixXion a6 Soo agznt at tkii point ioK ntoAJLy a dozen yeoAi now and aj> 
one. o{i the. company' i moit vatae.d employees. ] 

ALSO...HeAbeAt BeckeA. and Uli>6 Annie BoweM weAe mviAled at the. Catholic Chwich. 
[hifi. and Uu. BecfecA oAe now n.e^ldenti o^ Wahpzton.) 

AMV Iii66 Emma Rackow and ^^L. ?auZ Kimtfit wtut moMltd at the. hotrn o^ Ufi. and 

Ma4. CtofLge UacheeJi, Rev. VaZlman peA^onmlng the ceAemony. {Jan. 1897] 

********** Janujvm 3, J907 

Jnvltatloni oAe out ion. the maJuUage of, Hi^i Hattle SugoAman o^, h{lnneapoll& and 

h'A. SanueZ Roio^, a local d/iugglit, to take, plact on Tuesday, Jan. ISth, at the. home 

0(5 the bfu.de' 6 poAznti,, 111 Unlveultu Ave., Soatheoit, Hinneapolii, MW. 

********** Janiuum 10, 1907 

HoMAled, at the. Catholic ChuAch, on Tuejyday, Jan. Sth, ChAlitlna BommeMbach to 
John SchllteA, Rev. J. F. Stadnlcka peAiofiming the. ceAemony. The contracting paAtieJ> 
oAe well known young people Atilding on the nofuth hide o{, town. 

********** January 10, 1907 

H. 0. Wendt and Mc44 EAna Bfiurmund weAz quietly moAAled at iilahpeton lait Thauday, 
and leit Monday ^ofi McVlUe, Me Lean County, wheAe the gtioom hat, a position om section 
{iOKonan loK the Gnzat HoKtheAn. The bride l6 a daughteA o^ Ma. and Mu. Wm. J. BAunnund 
and hju gjiown to womanhood In thl& locality, and heA inlendi, oAz nwmbeAed by heA acqualnt- 
oncei. The gfioom Id a moit e&tlmabZe young man who enjoyi the esteem o{, alt. ConghatuZ- 
atlond and beAt wliheh ate extended to the newly wedded young people. 

********** January 10, 1907 

SOWORA A maMlage will take place at the hone ol Mr. and Mai>. H. Theede on the 

16th o{, JanuoAjy. The gloom- to-be li Ma. H. BleZ, and the bride Ih Mliii Lizzie Theede. 
Both OAe well known. The bride wilt be attired In black lawn. 

********** January 17, 1907 

The moATlage oij Mlii Hattie SugeAman to Samuel Ro40i$)$ wa6 6olejnnlzed according to 
Hebrew cuAtom, Tuesday, Jan. 15th, at the hom.e o^ the bride' ■& parenti In Mlnneapolii, . 

The bride l6 a itrangeA here, but the groom l& one oi oar enterprl&lng bat.lneA'imen, 
having been In the drag builneii here ior the poit three yeau. He ha& a hoit o{, {^rlendi 
who extend congratulatlom . . 

Mr. and Mu. Roio{,{, wlil be at home to their ^nlendi alter Jan. 25th, 1907. 

********** JanuaAy 17, 1907 



The moAAlagz o{, Ulii l-ioAij LovA.yi6kJ. to W^. Jacob Gottinlad took place, at the. Cath- 
otic ChuAch on Tut6day moKning, Rev. J. F. Studnicka peAjJo-Trujig .the. ceAesnony. 

Thz contAactlng paJvtieJ> axe. weJiZ known young people, the gKoom beJ.ng the bakeA at 
the City BakeAy. ********** Janiuviy 17, 1907 

Mx>iA Anna Wol{^ and Txank Veiee weAe maXAied at the Catholic Chafich on Tuesday 
monntng, Rev. J. F. Studnicka peJiioKmlng the ceAemoniy. Both anz AeJ>ldznt& o{, the nonth 
ilde oi town. ********** January 24, 1907 

When Lynn RaaelZ le^t heAe loit week ^OA Hinneapolli he wai, accompanied by hil&i 
Anna Johnion, and AumoAi o{^ a wedding weAe hexwd, but even Lynn' 6 moit Intimate iAlendi 
declined to veAl^y the autdok. La&t TAiday' i> St. VauL papeAi, howeveA, bAought newi o{, 
the iMuance o{, a moAAlage llcenie to the young people, and It It, pAobable that by thl& 
time they aAe weUi to the iouthwoAd on tkelA honeymoon. 

The bntde l& quite well known heAe and li, populoA among heA clAcle o^ acqualtitencei . 
Everybody knowi Lynn RaiieZl and to 6ay that aJil aAe ht& welZ wliheA& l& putting It mild- 
ly. hiA. and h\A6. Ra&iell wlLi make thelA home at Toht WoAth, TX. , wheAe he hai a Aoil- 
fcoad poiltlon. ********** JanuoAy 24, 7957 

Mc44 Lucy TuAZong, ioKmehJb.j a nuA&e In the hospital heAe, wot, moAAled at heA home 
In St. Paul on Jan. Sth to Wi. W. C. Snow, a wealthy iheep HnncheA neaA Vlcklni>on, W. 
Hankln6on {^Acendi extend congnatuLatloni and bej,t wlihe&. 

********** JanuoAy 31, 1907 

The maAAlage o^ hlii Etta BeAneA to M^. Clinton C. SnydeA wai iolemnlzed at the 
home o{i Ua. and hiAi. W. V. RlckeAt, SatuAday evening, Rev. H. E. WalkeA peA{iCKjrlng the 
ceAemony. The bntde li the popuLoA and e{){ylclent bookkeepeA at M. A. WlppeAmoji'6 and 
the gAoom, {^oa leveAnJL months, liaa been the G. N. agent at thL& place. ThelA many ihlendk 
extend congAatulatlom, and beit wl6he& {,0A a long and happy maAnled llde. 

********** JanuoAij 31, 1907 

GREAT BEW M^. and MA4. John WonneA, Sa. , leit ioA NapeAvUJLe, TL., lait Sunday 

to attend the Hlgglm-WoAneA wedding which took place on ThuAiday. 

********** TebAuoAy 7, 1907 

The AumoAi have become Aeal and anotheA one o{, oua boyi will be coming home In a 
ihont time accompanied by a Hie mate. A^teA a Aomance o^ ieveAol yeau the maAAlage 
ci Miii Valiy Hlgglni to M-^.. John W. WoAneA wa6 solemnized on ThuAiday, Feb. 7th, at 
tiie home o^ the bnlde'i paAent& In HapeAvllle, TL., In the pAetence o^ a ^ew Intimate 
iAiendi . 

The bfilde l6 the only daughteA o^ Ua. and h'Ai. Hlgglni and li entlAely unknown 
heAe, but we have leoAned that ihe li a f^^^ined young lady, having been AeoAed to woman- 
hood In HapeAvllle, and li a gAaduate iAom. MoAthweiteAn College o^ that place, wheAe Ma. 
WoAneA {jlAit met hex ieveAol yeoAi ago while attending the iame Initltution. 

The gAoom li one o^ oua most Aespected young men. He li the oldest ion c^ Ma. and 

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Hfil>. John WonneJi, Sk. He uxu boKn and AcuJitd to manhood -in thli cormaivCty and nimbzM 
hAJ> iHyitndis by kU acqaOyintance^ , who aZZ joZn ihz tdJXoK .in txXzndlng tonQKaX.uJbatLoni 
and MUhlng Hn.. and MA4. WofimA a tong and happy tif^z. Ju&t uihejn. the. happy couplz Mill 
aAMlve. homz we oM. unabZz to iay, bat we ain iay that a good bJig chaJiivaxL Li> auxLcting 
tkm. ********** TtbKuoAy 7, 1907 

John R. Jonei tz{,t ioK Hinnejapotil) to atttnd thz wadding of, hli bKothzA-ln-law, 
WaAAzn StillweJUi, to liUi CoMJUe. B. King, which happy tvant took place, at 3925 Chicago 
Ave.., HLnnejxpoti6 , on Tatiday. Hn.6. Jonei and Mw. OiboAn, ii&teM o{, the gfwom, Zeit 
lait week to be patient at the wedding. 

********** TzbKwvm 7, 1907 

Ha>6 Anna fiiheA and hioAtin JaegeA weAe maJvU.e.d at the Cathotic ChuAch on Tae^day 
mofuilng. Rev. J. F. Studnicka o^iiciating. A big deception wai heZd at the buide' i> home 
In the evening, attended by oveK one hundred gaej>tt>. 

********** Tebmaxy 7, 1907 

MOORETON WalteA fAwtche and Ul6-i> VeaxZ weAe maAfu.e.d at Wahptton on Tuesday. 

********** TzbfiuoAy U, 1907 

John lawfience and Hii,6 Anna Ha^neA weAe noAAied In Wahpeton on Tuesday. 

********** VebfuxoAy 14, 1907 

CaAdi have fceen Kec.eJ.ved by theiA ^nlendb heAe announcing the moMlage oi M^. Lynn 
R. Ha&ielZ and Mc44 Anna C. J ohm, on at HLnneapoti6 on Jan. 17th. They oAe at home at 
ChJckaiha, IT. ********** TebnuoAy 14, 1907 

At the CaXhollc ChuAck on Tuesday mofmlng. Rev. Joi. F. Studnicka peAiotmed the 
ceAemony that united iofi tile Hl66 Lucy f^a&tAup and M^. Hike KKeb6bach. The bnlde woM 
gowned In whiXe iilh. and woi attended by Wc44 MoAlan LaQua oi bnyide^mald; the gAoom' 6 
bAotheA, M^. HerViy Kfiebibach, wai beit man. The ccyiemony wai, wltneJiJ>ed by a numbeA o{, 
inlendi, oi$ the contracting panties and at Iti concluilon congfiatuZatlon& and be/>t wlihei 
weAe extended by aZZ. 

The bfu.de l& weJUi known to many oi out AeadeAi and hoi lotmed many {^nlendkhlpi dat- 
ing heA tejildence In Hanklni,on. The gtoom ^oA the poit tuio yeaA& hat, been a6ioclated 
with kli btotheA In the meAcantlZe ba&lnti6 heAe, but recently dl&poied oi hli> InteAe^ts 
and will tetuAn with hl& bfildt to hli ^otmeA location at Eimond. 

The be^t wiJ>he/> of^ a ho6t 0(5 Hankln6on {,tlendi oAe extended. 

t********* TzbtuoAy 14, 1907 

Otto Lotzfee'i {^tlendii will be plea&ed to leaAn o{, hli moAAiage fiecently to an est- 
imable young lady oi Halloway, MN., wfieAe he li> at ptesent engaged In ba&lnc&i,. 

********** fq.bfumAy 11, 1907 

Uk. Adolph C. Me£/CA and Mcii Anm.e M. ^elnkaui, both well known fiesldenti oi llinn- 

e^ota Town&hlp, oAe to be maAAled next Uedneyiday. 

********** f^oAch 14, 1907 



M^. kdotph Meyc/L and HUi, Anniz bJelnkau^ wtfit ma/aUzd cut thz homz o^ thz bfiLdt' i, 
{^cUhzA, M^. Wm. i)ltinkau{,, In M-tinzMota. Toum^hZp, ijexUeAday, Rev. Kunz ojji^cxixtois. 
Both (Viz popuLcui young pzoptz 0($ thzJji nzA,ghbonhood, 

********** noAck 21, ?907 

WEJNKAUF - ME/EK 

M/t. Adolph C. Mei/eA and Hu6 Annlz M. Wzlnkaui, populaA young pzoplz o(, hilnnziota 
Touiruhip, wzAz unltzd In moAM-aga by Rev. Kunz on Wzdnziday o^ liu>t weefe. 

Thz bnldz. wout, aXtzndzd by UiM TaILLz UtyzA and Uli,6 Hzlzn Hznkz, and W. W. Met/eA 
and F. W. {>lzinkau{i o{,{)i(UaXzd cii but men. FoZtouiing thz czftzmony a laJigz caAcJLz oi 
^fUe.nd6 czZtbhJitzd thz wzddA.ng at thz homt oi the. bnldz'i paAeyvd, 

Thz young pzopZz oAe. wzZt knou}n, having gfwwn up tn ULnntiota. Towmlvip, uohzAz tkty 
uxiJU. Kz^tdz on tkzJJi ioAm. ThzAJi many iJvizndi j'otn tn itiUhlng thtm a long and happy moA- 
fu.zd tiiz. ********** y^^ 2B, 1907 

VENNHARVT - BAUM WUPTIALS 

On Tuz&day zvzning, at thz homz o^ thz bKidz's paAznti, Ma. and M^. J. F. Saum, 

occuAAzd thz maJixiagz oi tkzvi daxightzA Ghatz to Wi. Gzofvgz VznnhoAdt. 

Both young pzoptz ajiz welt known and thz announczmznt -Li a iuApKiiz to theJji many 

iAA,e.nd& . 

Thz bAldz wa& attAjizd In a gown oi wkctz i>itk and atfUiizd bAldz'i Koizi. Thz gfwom 

woKz a iult oi convznttonat btack. Rev. H. E. WatkzA. pzfiiofmzd thz zeAesnony. Thz Intim- 

aXz inyiznd6 and KeZatLvzit oi thz btvidz and gfioom wzAz thz onty guziti. AiteA a dainty 

wedding iuppzA thz young zouptz took thz night tAJtin ion. t.UnnzapoLi6 and. otheA zoitzAn 

po-inti,. 

M/L. and ^ki, VznnhoAdt wUU. bz at homz to thzAA iKizndJ, aiteA May lit, at HoAvzy, 

W., wheAz thz gfioom Li In thz zmptoy oi thz Soo ai Conductor. 

Thz WEWS and theJA. many i^iizndi zxtznd bzit Ml&hzi and conghatataXZoni . 

********** ^p^^ jj^ j9^7 

PetcA JaegcA and Hi&6 Annlz SckztteA wzAz moAAlzd at thz Catholic Chwich on Tuz&- 
day moKnlng. ********** ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

A. V. Vaution, an zxteniivz dzatzA -in land at Sl&izton, pzuuadzd hii wliz la&t 
iaJLl to go ion a i>lx montk& vlklt to OKzgon. In hzn abiencz hz quietly hzcuAzd a dlv- 
oKzz. Thz publication oi thz dzoizz ieXZ undeA thz zyzM oi a inlznd who Imrr.zdlatzly 
iznt a moAkzd copy to MA4. TauZ&on, who huMlzd homz a month hoonzA than zxpzctzd, and 
hoi begun pwczzdingi to havz thz dzcAzz 6zt oiidz. It li Kepofitzd that pxzvloui to 
going inxim homz hzA tlgnatuAz wait glvzn to a numbeA oi papzM which ihz did not tizad, 
iuppo6lng thzm to bz In&tAumznti connzctzd with hzfi haiband'i land bailnzii,, but which 
WZA.Z KeaJily dzzdi to oLi thelA pfiopeAty and a consent to dlvoKcz pfiocezdingi . M^. Vaul- 
Aon hah bzzn closing up hli land and banking buslnziS theAz pKepaAalonij to zitabllihlng 
hlm&eli In MoaUi Dakota, wheAz, It Is fumotizd, dwells thz Inzvltablz woman In the casz. 

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TkzAe. oJiz ilx young dUldAzn -in the. VcuuJUon ^amlZy, aZZ gA.ve.n by thz decAee to 
tkt hoiband. ********** ^p^ j,^ j9(,7 



DIVORCE CASE SETTLED 

Readers of The NEWS are somewhat familiar with the now famous Paulson divorce case at 
Sisseton. . . .how it was charged that while Mrs. Paulson was away in Oregon last winter, 
Paulson procured a divorce from her without her knowledge and married another woman; how 
Mrs. Paulson came back from the coast and succeeded in getting the case reopened and the 
divorce set aside, and was given a judgement of over $A,000 and the home in Sisseton. Then 
followed the arrest of Paulson in Browns Valley and his refusal to go over into South Dak- 
ota without requisition papers; the attempt to get some sort of settlement on the basis 
of a divorce being granted to Paulson. But "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned," and 
Mrs. Paulson would consent to no settlement which contemplated giving her recreant hubby 
his freedom. It was claimed that Paulson had no money and no property, but after many 
months the attorneys have succeeded in effecting a compromise, with the result that Mrs. 
Paulson gets the divorce, the home in Sisseton and an equity in several farms. 

********** August 15, 1907 



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19 3 
TUm " niQ HANKIWSCN fJEUHS Nov. 5, 7903 - May 2, 1907 

M-w. Huvitad, tivlng on a ^oAm ndOA Colf^ax, hcu cowmLtttd HjU.CA.de.. A ujzdi ago ihz 
told hzA nelghbofii 6hz u}a6 going on a vliiit. She. wejnt txi the boAn and ie.d hay and ijeed 
to the itock and dZ&appeaAed. HeA neZghbou then A.n6tituted a i>eajixih. They enteAed the 
ceZloA undeA the hoa&e and ^ound that ihz had covmitted iuiclde by cutting heA throat, 
bat no kYiLie oK otheA tntttAumznt ujoi, £ound. She had dug a hote and succeeded in pofit- 
taJUby buAy-ing heAieZ^. HeA husband died about two monthi ago and iince that time 6he had 
been demented. ^* *********** NoveirheA 26, 1903 

HaAAiy J. CJLaAk, a well, kjiwtjwi LidgeAwood bu6ineJ>6 man, woi the. victim oi a deeA hunt- 
ing tAogedy neoA Coal HoAboK, 70 ntctei nonik ol BiimoAck, on Wednesday o^ la.it week. In 
company with C. C. Smith he went up theAe about two weeJu ago, and in going thAough iome 
undeAbAuih wai mistaken {^oK a deeA by onotheA hunteA and ihot thAough the body, the ball 
enteAing about iowi inchti to the night o^ the navel and coming out at the back. 

He wa6 taken at once to Coal HaAboA and Va. Shanley oi lidgeAwood wlted ioA, bat 
pooA CloAk died ThuA6day moAning be{,oAe medical heZp aAAived. Deceased wai a single 
man but had a si&teA living at LidgeAwood. He wai well known heAe, having joined the 
local K. P. Lodge a couple o^ yexnAi ago. The Aemaim weAe bAought to LidgeAwood and the 
^uneAal held Tuesday. 

********** UovembeA 26, 1903 

¥aAmeAi t/ubutoAy to Windom poit-o^{,ice oveA in RobeAti County, aAe agitated oveA 
the iact that iully 100 hogi that have been Aunning at loAge have Aeaently become io 
wild and ^ieAce that they attack human beings who happen to come neoA them. 

I'iaAion BaAkeA, a well known iaAmeA, wai attacked in a most vicloui manneA by one oi 
the wild booAi, Aecelving an ugljy wound in the knee. 'Blood poiioning ^olZowed and Wi. 
BaAkeA'i death ii houAly expected. This incident hoi so aAouied BoAkeA'i ionmeA neigh- 
bo as that many o^ them have oAmed themieZve.i and intend to hunt down and exteAminate 
the hogi. Nobody appeoAi to claim owneAihip to the animals. FoA ieveAol weeks they 
obtained ^ood iAom vaAloui coAn^ieZds in the neighboAhood but since the coAn has been 
picked they aAe in a starving condition and aAe made mad iAom the pangi OjJ hungeA. They 
Ae^emblz the AazoAback specie and can scale a iooA haiZ iance with exise. 

********** NovembeA 26, 1903 

A. G. CAockeXt, a well known Ae^ident oi EndeAlin, wai ihot and killed loit Fniday. 
In Aemoving a loaded gun ^Aom a wagon it wai accidentally diichoAged, the contents pass- 
ing iquaAely thAough the heaAt. 

Veceaied wai undeA ientence to impAiionment ioA violation oi{ tJne Vfwhibttion Law, 
and an appeal wai pending. He had juit le.it hii lawyeA'i o^^ice a^teA having notified 

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hun to dLi&mUi the. appe/iZ cu> he had decided to beg-cn 6eA.vtng hli -tone, when the accident 
occuAAzd. ********** HovmboA 26, 1902 

MoAtin Ztahe, a. young man oi 23, committed ivuLclde by btouxing hAj, bKatru> oat with a 
shotgun at the home oi hU Aunt, M^. Geo. EZake, ten mlte6 i,outhwei>t o^ WyndmeAe Late 
lait Tueiday evening. Voon heatth li thought to have been the cau6e o^ kU izZi-dektAu- 
ctJjon. On the evening In question he went to the boAn and a&cended to the haxj to{t whfie 
he dfwve a nait Into the waZZ and hung the lanteAn on It. He then ^a&tened a single 
boAAet ihot gun In iuch a mannen. that he couZd dlichaAge the iome with a ^hofit itlck. 
A^teA. tying down he ptactd hZi eye to the boAA-eZ oi the gun. and with hli leit hand dlk- 
chaAged the 6aine, blowing a hole clean thAough hJU head. HI& Aunt heand the fiepoit oi 
the gun and he woi ^ound dead a £ew mlnutei a^tcA he had committed the act. 

He leavei a mothtn. In Canada, Deputy Stanton and CononeA. Kaii{^mann held an Inqueit 
oveA the Kejnalni (iJedneiday, the vendlct being In accoAdance with the ^acti above given. 

************ NovmbeA 26, 1903 

Knot Ste{^anion, an aged ^onmeA living alone on a {^afm neoA BoAAA.e, thli county, woi 
buAned to death on Tue&day night o^ lai,t week. A neighbor 6aw hl& house In ^lame& and 
when he a/iAlved on the icene {ound the Aejnaln6 o^ the unioAtanate man In the AiUn6. 

Ste^anson wai> a wldowen. about sixty yeaA.6 oi age. The ontgln o^ the ilAe l6 not 
known though It li, supposed to have faeen caiu>ed by a defective {,lue white Ste^anson 
was asleep. A Cofwnen.'s Inquest resulted In a veAdlct oi accidental death. 

********** VecmbeA 3, 1903 

0. H. Olson, a Robefits County {oAmeA, Is dead as a acsuZX. oi an attempt to caoss 
Lake TAaveAse SatuAday night by team. The Alg bAoke thAough the Ice, and though Olson 
managed to cAawt out oi the wateA to iaie Ice he died iAom cold and exposuAe. The team 
was Aaved by panties iAom Wheaton. 

********** VecembeA 10, 1903 

MAWTAPOR NEWS hliss Maggie LambeAt died Nov. 14th aiteA a ihoAt Illness, and was 

buAled ^'{onday, Nov. 16th. TuneAaZ seAvlces weAe conducted at St. VeteA and Paul's 
ChuAdi at MantadoA. The iamity has the sympathy oi alt In thelA beAeavement. 

********** VecembeA 10, 1903 

VEPNON ITE^^S vied, at his home In Lien Twp., on Vec. 7th, AliAed SweZandeA, 30 

yeoAS old. The iuneAal was held In the Scandinavian ChuAch, Rev. PeteASon conducting 
the seAvlces. ********** VecembeA 24, 1903 

The eighteen months old daaghteA oi Ma., and Has. fAonk Gustman, who Aeslde noAtheast 

oi -town, died Sunday moAnlng aiteA a shoAt Itlness, 

The iuneAot was held Tuesday, Rev. Kunz conducting the seAvlces. The poAents have 

the sympathy oi all In the tosi oi thelA little one. 

********** VecembeA 31, 1903 

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A iod accldtyvt occuM.e.d ttut ScUuAday uihldi Ke^aJitdd In the. dzaXh o£ i/lm. BichZzn, 
a {jOAmeJi living about ^ouAtten miZzi, iouthwut oi htfiz. 

LichZtn had bt^n to Vzbtin ayid &taAttd home atom In a. top baggy. He woi irvtoxic- 
ate.d and {^elZ oitzzp, hli htad bzcx)mlng ia6ttmd In the. wedge 6hape.d iwppofut oi the 
top o{i the >u.g. In endexvooKing to e-xtnlcatz kimieZi he appoAentZy had ^aZZen out o^ 
the baggy and woi itowty choked to death. The accident happened in the 6ame nelghbofi- 
hood 04 the iOie a ytoA ago whuJi >ieJ>aJited in the. death oi Henkc and young lenbaAth. 
The decejo^ed ZeM.veJ> a u}iie and iamiZy to mouAn hij) i,udden and antimeZy taking 0|$i$. 

«»»».»»««»» VecembeA 31, 1903 



FAMILY HISTORY LIRrrA' 

(^51) 35 NORTH WEST TE;, 

SALT UKE CITY UTAH: 
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HMKJNSON HAPPENINGS TEN /EARS AGO "Ja&pcA," WaU AndAem old dog, diad, and 

ihz NEWS gaue him cAtdlt ^ofi bting thz bz6t tducatzd dog In tovon. He tz^t a laAgz 
ianUZy. ********** 

Ten yexVii ago thU mofming, [Jan. 7, 1S94] Wm. PankeM. dizd o^ pneumofujx at hli home. 
tU3o miZti e.a&t oi town. VzcexL6e.d Iz^t a uildoui, Ufu. Ucuuj Pankex, and two daughteM, M-w. 
WUhuJi NeM>on and Hu. N. S. Lowell. 

********** JanaoAy 7, 1904 

A ipeclat (J/tom Po^Ual KzpotdJi that Ge.ofigz MeyeM, haiZing ^fiom VaUmoant, d/iopped 
dead ikeJve. Tuesday. Pecezucd, 40 (Jot ai known, had no A.eJiativeJ> and wofiked £01 a ^anmeA. 
neaJi faUmount thz poit 6iameA. He had no money on. valuables on hU peAion and nothing 
u)a& ^ound to gZvz tn^onmation oi to thz wheAeMhouti o^ any xelativej). 

********** JanuoAy 7, 1904 

TEN /EARS AGO... Column.... Go tttizb HeZn, iatheA oi Cha&. Heln, dlzd at home on the 
Rice on Jan. 19th, at the. age. oi 71 yexiu. He wa& one. o^ thz oldest ptoneeAi o^ thU 
Keglon. [1S94] ********** JanuoAy 21, 1904 

Oven, at (iJhzaton the Ackooli oAe closed owing to a ^atal cxu>e oi black diptktnJ.a. 
One. aiteJmoon loit wtek the 9 yzan. old &on oi Banktn. PeteMon, one. oi the. mo6t pnomlnent 
mzn In the town, wa& 6ent homz inom 6chool owing to ^lZnzi4> and wai dzad at ntnz o'clock 
that evening. Thz ichool6 wznz Ajnmzdiately cZoizd and all public gatheJiingi pnohibitzd. 

********** JanuoAy 21, 1904 

CHEAT BEND ITEMS 

Thz sympathy oi thz cormuyiity goz6 out to Mn. and Mns. HichaAd Bohn In the death oi 
thzln tu!o chtldAzn inom tcahtet izvzK. AnotheA oi thetn. tittlz onzi -ii nzpontzd to be 
■ill wtth thz dtkeoiz, but with coAziul nuA6lng will pnobably nzcovzA. 

********** Januany 28, 1904 

TouA dzathi -in t*)o iamlltzi occuAnzd in BnandznbuAg Township la&t wzzk inom scanlet 
izvzn. On Tuesday one oi Vlchahd Bohn'& chiMnzn succumbed to thz dl&za&z and icoAcely 
had the sonAowlng pan.znt6 laid thz little onz to njzkt bzionz anothzn. chiZd wai iwmonzd. 

Two childnen in thz iamiZy oi Cha&. GnizpzntAog alio dizd duAing thz wezk invm thz 
diizaiz. In ail oi thzsz ca&e^ death n.zi,ultzd inom complicatiom ioUowing a neZaphz. 
OtheA membeAA oi both thzie iamiUzs anz down with thz dt&zoiz, but it ii hopzd thz poA- 
znti will be spoAzd iuAthzA aHliction. Thz hzxmtieJU sympathy oi all ii extended to 
thz bznejxvzd onzi. ********** Januany 28, 1904 

Gottlieb Abnaham, 85 yzai old, ii nzpontzd to be ilowly sinking at thz hospital 
and wilZ handly suAvivz thz day. Hz andznwent an opeAotion two weeks ago that was nec- 
ziSoAy to pnolong his liiz, but his advanced yzaAS mode complete. Azcovzny impossiblz. 

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He hai hzvzfwJi dtitdxtn n.ti>idlng heAe.. .. August kbfuxham, Ufit>. TeJid, Hoz{yi , MA4. The.o. 
HzlZng, M^i. J. Hztlng and MA4. LangbeJin. 

«»»*««««»« JanuoAy U, 1904 

Vunam liJliklt, thz boA feeepcA who ^hot and lUZZtd L. VeJihon at UahZow, jiut acAoa 
the. itate. tinz in ifiOMhaZZ. County, on CiuU^tmai night, woi tfvizd at SfuXton laj,t wttk. 
A{iteA bzing out t^znty houu the. juny fietisAnzd a veAdi.eZ o{^ manAtaixghteA in thz iiAdt 
dzgKzz, and WiZki-Z wa4 givzn a izntzncz oi ninz yzofu in thz pzn. 

Thz mzn bzcamz invoZvzd in a quoAAzZ oveA a game oi Ouipi and WiZkz ihot Vzihon 
thfiough thz nzdi, thz lattzn. dying a couplz o{ day6 lateA at thz LidgeAwood HoipitaZ. 
Thi6 woi thz iiut muAdzA VUaZ zveA fUzd in f^aMhaZZ County. 

»»««»»»«»» JanuoAy 1%, 1904 

Geo. BeAtKom, SupeAyintzndznt o^ thz County Took Vanm, dAoppzd dzad at WahpeXon 
SatuAday moAning. Hz had bzzn to LidgeAwood {,0K a patiznt and wai aiii6ting thz panXy 
o^i thz t/uun at thz HiZwojuhzz depot whzn hz dAoppzd dzad. 

HeMAt diizaiz woi thz cnaiz oi ki6 demuz. Vzcexi&zd uxi6 a bKothzA-in-Zau o^ RobeAt 
We44e£, and wa6 an oZd >veJ>idznt oi thz county. 

,«««»«»,** fzbtuiOAy 4, 1904 

GottZizb Abnjxhan i,tiZZ iuAvivti though hU death hxu, bezjn. zxpzctzd daily iofi thz 
poit wzzk. Hij> vitality It. wondeAiuZ cjon&ideAMig hJU advanced agz oi 85 yzoAi. 

»•*«»«»,»* FzbnuoAy 4, 1904 

Mw. J, W. HaAgAavz fizteJ-vzd a mz&i>ajgz tkU moAning beoAing thz iad nei*x& oi hzA 
Uothzfi'i death at thz old homz in Iowa. Thz blow amz ai a izvzfiz ihock to W-w . HaAgfiavz 
ai the mzi>iagz camz uxUhin an houA aitzA 6hz had hzUzZi bzzn taken to thz hoipitaZ ioK 
tAzatment. ********** rzbAuoAy 4, 1904 

A thiAd one oi Choi. GhizpejntAog' i, chiZdAzn dizd (Uzdnz&day oi lait wzzk iKom 
icoAlet izveA. Thz iamily havz thz /sympathy oi all in theiA lOKz aUtcctton. 

********** TzbrmoAy 4, 1904 

Hti. John FAonk, a iaAmeA'6 wiiz, wai iKozen to death nzan. Mandan duAing t.\onday 
night'i itofm, hzA body being iound in a tnow dAiit haZi a miZz iiom homz. Shz had gonz 
to thz ichooZ houiz ioA heA ZiXtZz giAZ and wa6 Zoit on hzA AeXxiAn. 

********** FzbAuoAy 4, 1904 

VEkTH Of A PIOWEER 

GottZizb Kblaham paiizd pzacziuZZy oMiy at thz hoipitaZ at 7:30 PM Uonday evening. 
Hz had been i lowly gKowing wzaJieA day by day and thz end had bzeJ^ zxpzctzd ioA i,omz -tone. 

Vzczoizd woi bonn in GeAmany on kpAiZ 5, 1819, and had hz livzd until nzxt ApAiZ hz 
wouZd havz kzachzd thz agz oi 85 yzaA6, Hz wa6 maAAizd in 1839 to Roia RzimzA, who iuA- 
vivz6 him at the age oi 76 yzaAl>. 

Thzy camz to AmeAica in 1870, izttZing in WZicomin wheAz thzy KZiidzd untiZ 1887, 

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when thty movzd to Hankimon and hav& ^.cnce fitsldtd with theJJi daaghtfii. A lamily oi 
ttzvcn ckitdKzn weJit bofun. to tkem, 6ix o£ whom oaq. tivtng. 0^ thej>z {^Ive. oAe. /lUtdznti 

0(J HaniUrUiOn \tw. TzAd. Hot^, MA4. Thto. HzLLng, Mu. Langbzhn, Maa. J. Hztinq and 

Aagmt Abraham, the. latteA being the only Aon. The otheA daughteA, Wu>. HtMlztta Sch- 
midt, Aeiidc^ tn Catlionnla. 

foH. eleven yeau a^teA coming to Dakota they fie^lded with Wi. and Uu. R. Heling, but 
ioK the poit iouJi yeaxh have made theln. home with Ufi. and Mxi. Theo. HeZlng. Veceoied, 
In addition to hli widow and ckHdA-en, hai ^ou/i 4,l6teA6 living In Michigan, He lived tc 
6ez Oh dejicendanti 2S gKandduZd/ieJi and 5 gKeat-gfLandchlldA.en. 

The iuntfuxl waM held yeiteAday [Wednesday] a^ttfuwon, a ihofit ieJivlce being conduct- 
ed at the hou6e and public AeAvlcti at the GeAman Evangelical ChuAch, Rev. Kunz oi{,lci- 
atlng. The Kemalni weAe laid to KeMt In the cemeteAy iouthwtit o^ town. 

«»»«,»»,«» FebAuoAxj n, 1904 

G. B. Norton died ^Kom heoAt ^aHuAe white on hli way home to Ludden ^fwm Oakti. 
He wa6 the man who ihot J. W. Shelton In the eoAly nineties In what It, known ai, "Little 
Utah.," In. the iouthea&teAn pafit o^ Vickey County. Shelton wai Intimate with M-w. hlonton 
and finally Induced heA to live with him. The two men "mixed" and Norton ihot and killed 
hli odveAiany. Hofiton woi acquitted on the plea oi iel^ de^tme. 

»««»««»«,« VebmoAy 11, 1904 

The aged mothex oi Van and Thank Sweeney died at the home o^ heA iom in Elma Twip. 
at an eanly houA ytiteAday mofinlng. Vece/ned had been In pooK health ion. iome time and 
paiied peaceiuHy away, having attained the fiipe old age oi 80 yeoAi. The iuneAal will 
be held tomofiAow at 12 Noon, Rev. Tk. Studnlcka to conduct the ieAviczM. 

«»«»«««*,« fdafwuoAy 11, 1904 

A telegram wai fiecelved heJie SatuAday announcing the death oi Auguit KutteA at Rock 
Jiland, JL. He wai about 70 yeoAi old. Hli wiie had paiied away about ten dayi pxevloui 
and aiteA heA death he expKeMied a dalne to ioUow heA. 

Ai a KeJ>ult the old gentleman pined away and died peaceiully. The^e old people weAe 
well known In thli vicinity, having been among the eoAlieit iettleAi In thli fieglon, and 
leit a iew monthi ago ioK thelA old home on Rock Jiland to ipend the AeJit oi theJJi dayi. 
Two iom, OicaA and Lewli KutteA, live iouthweit oi town and the iofmcA leit SatuAday to 
attend the iuneAal. ********** fehfrnoAy 11, 1904 

Again hoi the imall man who deiendi hinieli with the iiXit weapon been vindicated by 
a j'uAy oi tweJive good men and thue. At Hilnofi loit iaZl two bfwtheAi , Blew by name, be- 
came Involved In a diHiculty with the village moAihal, Neli Ton, and the latteA ielzed 
one oi them by the thtoat and attempted to choke him. 

The latteA dtew a KevolveA and iiAed thAee ihoti at the maAihal, none oi which initic- 
ted ieAlooi injuAy. The manihal died a couple oi weeki lateA i^om pneumonia and an 
attempt wai made to p/iove that hli death woi the Kciult to iome extent oi the ihootlng. 

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The. EleiM weAe PUzd In (Uj>tAlcX couAt at FoAmon la&t uiztk, and though the. caiz wai 
stubbornly iouQht the juAsj fieXuAnzd a veAdlct OiJ acquZtXaZ a{,teA beA^ng out hali a day, 
the opinion being that Blew had {/Jied the ihot6 In 6eli deiejue and was justiiled In so 
doing. ********** fehfOLOAy 11, 1904 

Rudolph Kovt& and motheJi, Wit,. A. StAubel, leit thli, aiteAnoon on tAoln IDS ioK Uon- 
tovloi, CA., n inileJ> ifwm Loi Angeles, In KeJ>pon6z to a message announcing that RlchaAxi 
Koves>, who went theAz tanty In the wlnteA ion f^u health, was veAy £mw wLth consumption 
and could live but a shout time.. The aUUctzd man Is a couplz oft yeafis youngzK than 
Rudolph and Is pant owneA In a meat manket at Wahpeton. He Is unmoMled and has been 
camping In the mountains with a numbed oi fellow suUeAeAS oi the. dxtad dlseasz. 

********** Fdamany 11, 1904 

The young son oi Wis. V. E. Elakz oi VtlameAz, died Sunday moKnlng. His death was 
caused by the dAlnklng oi ca/ibollc add by mistake. 

********** FzbAuaxy IS, 1904 

FROZE to VEATH 

Willie SchAoedeA, a 16 yexxx. old boy, died this moaning at 3 AM at the hospital heJie 
as a fieMulX oi cold and txposuAe while KeXunnlng home, iiom Wahpeton to his home In Sum- 
mit Twp., tknee mlie.s northeast oi SenoKa, last Tnlday night. 

Veceaszd was attending school at Wahpeton and Vnldaiy a bfwthex and hlAed man dfiove 
ifwm the iam to Wahpeton. The youngeA bnotheA was to netunn with them, and beioKe 
leaving town thty went to Zfizckenxldge and had a dAlnk on two. This seemed to excite the 
iofmeA gneatly and they had somz dlUlculty In quieting him. Finally thzy stoAted home 
with him In thz bottom oi thz sleigh, but lost thzlA way and wandzAzd in thz stohm until 
neoAly thAzz o'clock in thz moKnlng. Thz otheA two occupants oi the sleigh wzAz pKztty 
cold and theiA iaces weAz iKost bitten, but thz boy was In much wofisz condition. His 
iace., hands and izzt wzAz badly ifiozzn and hz was unconscious. 

Tolling to Azvlvz him thz iamily bzcamz oLoAmed and bfiought him to thz Hanklnson 
Hospital Monday aitefmoon. By this timz hz was In such condition that thzAz was littlz 
chance to savz his tiiz and hz passzd away at 3 AM this mofmlng, having bzzn dzlinlous 
inom thz timz he fizached thz hospital. Had he survived, amputation oi both hands and 
izet would have bzzn neczssoAiy and the sight oi one zyz destAoyed. 

Hz was a ilnz physical spzclman, mzasuAlng six izet iouA inches and ZoA^z in pKo- 
poAtlon. Vzczaszd was thz son oi August SchAozdeA, onz oi thz most substantial ianmeAS 
in Summit Township. 

The fiemalns weAz taken home today and thz iuneAal will be held at GKzat Bznd Satur- 
day, Rev. Hink to conduct thz seAvicz. Thz iamily havz thz sympathy oi a loAgz cOiclz 

oi iAlznds In thlzA gfizat aiillctlon. 

********** TebAuoAy IS, 1904 

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OBITUARY 

VJED: ....Mu. ZfU-dgo^t SMttnojj, at the. homz o^ heA i,oti, VayUeZ Sw^entif, In EZma 
TowMhlp, on WtdneMiay, Feb. 10th, 1904, cut tht agz oi 10 yzxvu, on, a fizkuJU oi a thiAd 
itAoke. oi paJuaZijili, . 

VtcoxUtzd woi boKn In Canada., heA. maidtn name. beAjng Buidgtt O'Connor. She. woi moAA- 
A.ed to VatAick Sweenty, who di.ed Zn 1SS9. 0^ tki& union ten chUjdAjejn voeAe. bo fin, 4 even 

oi whom oAe. llv-Lng Mw. S. Hunt o^ Vankton, SV.; Hfu,. Lizzie GfUti o^ Hibbing, MW.; 

M/L6. W. L. VunhaDi, o^ WiZion CKzek, WA.; Wib. John Tinn oi ZLveA FaXti, WJ.; Jame^ Swe- 
enet/ o^ Bou)beZt6, and VanieZ and Thank Swee.ney o£ EJbna Towni>lUp. 0^ thz&e all attended 
the {jUneAol except Ha&. Tinn and Ha6. Vtxnham, who weAt unaJbte to be pAtient owing to the 
diitance at whtch they Live, 

Veceoied came to NoAth Dakota 23 yeaAi ago and has 6ince AeAided in EZma Twip. In 
addition to the ckildAen, deceased ii> niAvlved by a bfwtheA who tivti at Getty6buAg, SV. 

deceased wa& a li^e long Catholic and died in that ialtk, the {,aneAaZ itAvice^ being 
heZd TfUday at the Catholic ChuAch, Rev. F-^. Stadnicha conducting the &eAvice^. The 
Aemain6 weAe. inteAAed in the CaXhotic CemeteAy 6outh o^ town. 

»«««»««»«« TebAuaAy IS, 1904 

The infant child o^ M^. and Uai>. Augiut Schmidt who AeJ>ide eoMt oi town, die.d ThuAi- 
day and the iuneAot wa& heZd ^Aom the Catholic ChuAch ?Aiday a^teAnoon. The tcttte one 
wa^ onZ^ a ieui day& old. ,,,»,,,,,, Feb/iaoA^ 18, 1904 

Maud Hiuiey, a 15 yeaA old school gihZ, committed iiUcide at BAeckevoudge Tuesday 
by taking pAu&iic acid. She wai, despondent oveA the death of, a cou&in. 

«»»»»»»»»« TebAuoAy 25, 1904 

A j'uAy in ciAcuit couAt at Si&6eton ^ound FAonk Goodboy, not guilty. On Oct. Snd, 
Goodboy and hJj> i>on, Etick, Jndiam, tnionmed the aiithonltie^ at Si^ieton that the eldeA 
Goodboy had ihot and kiZLtd a white man, named Jame/> Whalen, a ^anm hand, and that the 
body had been leit on the pAoiAie. 

SevtAol peA&on ajccompanied by the 6on went to the icene o^ the cfumz and ioand the 
body oi Whalen cold and 6ti{ii on the gAound. The Aemains weAe taken to the agency, wheAe 
a coAoneA'6 inquest wa& held. BeioAe the tAiaZ the 4,on Etick, the only living witneM 
oi the cAlme, died. The pleM. oi the defendant was that death wa& the Aeiult o^ an acc- 
ident and the iailuAc o^ the itate to e^tabti&h evidence to the contAaAy Atiulted in 
acquittal. ********** TebnuoAy 25, 7904 

A meJ>i>ajge was Aeceived Sunday moAning announcing the death at tlilwaukee oi Arnold, 
the 10 yeaA old son oi M. and Has. HenAy Stack, who was take.n theAe ioA medical tAeat- 
ment nealy two months ago. The ^otheA was with the child when he died and aAAlved home 
Monday evening with the Aemalns. The {,uneAal Is being held this a^teAnoon at the GeAman 
Evangelical ChuAch, Rev. Kunz conducting the ieAvice. JnteAment will, take place In the 
cemeteAy south oi town. 

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The. tejfidex iympaihy o^ oJUL poMjnii, go out to tkz bzAzavzd ^amity on tiiQjJi gxzat 
aiiUcXlon. ********** f^^^ 3^ j9^4 

MAWTAPOR MAii. Chci6. Wo-iwodz and Ha,6 EJUzabzth LaQua dtpoAtzd Icut SatuAday {,0^ 

WcLba6ha, UN., to atttnd the. lunfuiL oi a. KeZatLve. 

********** y^^ j^^ j9^4 



A teAAZbte tAagedy li> fieponted by The NEWS tnaveLing conAt&pondeyit. 
He A^pofuti that a lanmeA. neax KbeAdzen wAxite. the tocaZ. butcheA a6 {totiom: Pleaie do 
not ■& end me any meat tkU week yet aVieady, T have butcheAed myieZ^. 

********** ^^^ J^^ jgp^ 



Rudotph KovQj) KetuAned Tu.eJ>daij mofming i>iom CaZL^oHnla, accompojuecf by hl6 motkex 

and bKotheA. The iattex l& a victim oi the dAead di&ea&e con&umptLon and dti-Oied to 

fiztuJm to NoKth Dakota and be among fieZativti and ^Hlendi. HudoZph fiepohtM havelng ieen 

A. K. Matoy at Loi AngeZt6 and the latteA. l6 uielZ plexned with ha, move. 

********** y^y^ j^^ ,9^^ 

BAP STATE 0|$ AFFAIRS 

County Phij.&lclan Taptin o^ RobeAt^ County hai been Investigating the death oi 
Chanter Johmon, a ^anmtn. o^ that county, who li beZlzved to have been a victim ojj 
gZandeM. 

SeveJiaZ othen. peASom In the 6ame locaZlXy oAe a^^ected by a myhteAioui maZady which 
It li ^eoAed may be glandeAi, The county physician dl&coveAtd that some o^ Johnson's 
hoAses weA a^f^ected with gtandens. 

It Is also Kepotted that the animals weAe accustomed to dnlnk i>wm a weZZ which 
^uAnlshed the people o^ the nelghboAhood with wateA, and the health authofUtles have 
disinfected the pAemlszs. AnotheA resident o^ the same locality died o^ a disease 
Acsembling that which caused the death o^ Johnson, and some believe both men weAe victims 
oi glandeAS. ********** ^^^^ j^^ ,9^^ 

Philip Enzy, a {^oAmeA ten mlle>s iKom Kulm, was iound dead In his shack one day last 

week. He lived alone and was last seen two days be{t0A.e the discoveAy o^ his body, when 

he attended a beeA picnic at a neighbor's. 

********** ^^^ jQ^ j9^^ 

GREAT BEWP The Infant child oi ^k. and Uas. klhent Eohn Is veAy sick and Is 

not expected to live. 

********** ^^^ 24, 1904 

It Is with great sonAow that we chAonlcle the death o^ the iouA yeoA old son oi Rev/. 
and Uas. T. Hlnk, which occoAfied on Sunday, the 13th oi MoAc/i. He had suHeAed ifiom an 
attack oi scaAlet ievefi about holiday time and this was complicated with a recent attack 
oi pneumonia. 



The. dunfiaZ too* hztd on Wtdnuday and wcu> attzndtd by a laAgz nimbeA. oi i^e.nd6. 
The. ieJivZcu wzfiz conducttd by Rev. HA^ge-ndofi^ 0){ Mantadon., CZoeXeA oi LLdgcAwood 
and Nacktiteln o^ GkqjoX Zand. 

»»»«»«»««« jy^^ 24, 1904 

We fizgfizt to ckfioYu.cZ.Q. iht dtath oi the. youngest ^on o^ Wi. and Uaj>. ktbeAt Bohn. 
The tittte ieJUjow had been IZZ ioK iome tXjne and pas-ied away at a tote houK Monday night. 
The. ^uneAoZ wai held ifJzdnt6da.y {,Aom the LutheAan ChuAch. 

The tn{)ant oi Wi. and ^k4. UZck Jacque di&d lait \:3ejdneJ>da.y . The. patents have the. 
sympathy o^ aJUi In tkeJji beAejivejnent. 

»*»»*««««« ^p,^^ 21, 1904 

The thfiee. yeoA. old daughteA o^ Ma., and Mw. Wm. Knaak dle.d at theJJi home welt o{ 
town on SatuAday moAntng a^teA. a ihoAt tiZxieM. The ^imeAoZ was heZd Sunday ^Aom the 
WiZd Vice Chwich, Rev. HAJigtndoA^ conducting the. leAvtceM. The paAcnti have, the sym- 
pathy 0^ aJUi tn the. ton o^ thelA VXtZe. one. 

• »«•»»«»»« ^p^^^ 2J. 1904 

Reuben WiZbtAg, a 14 yeoA old boy on hJj) way to VoAtat In choAge. o^ itock and 
machineAy, wa6 {^ataiiy tnjuAtd on tht Soo fuiitAoad at VodgeAi Sunday. He attempted 
to ctimb into the dooA oi the coA. a^teA the. tAaUn had itoAtcd, 6tippe.d and ^eZl undeA 
the wheels , cutttng o^i hti, Aight teg and mangting Lis fUght anm. He woi taken to 
WXjnbte.don wheAe. Va. MacDonatd and Va. WanneA took htm tn choAge. LateA it wa& decided 
to move him to the Uinot Hoipitat wheAc he die.d Monday moAning. 

«»«*,,»*,« ^p^j^ 21, 7904 

RidioAd Kove.6 ii AepoAte.d veAy tow thij> moAning with the end houAty expected. The. 
unfortunate man i6 the victim o£ consumption and spent the. exiAty poAt o^ the winteA in 
Cati^oAnia in the hope oi checking the disease, but Aeceivtd tittte benefit. His bAo- 
theA Hadotph and motheA AetuAncd ^Aom Los AngeZts with him szveAat weeks ago, and he 
has been steadity dectining since. 

»«««»«»»,« ^p^j^ 21, 7904 

Vied, at the Hankinson Hospital, on SatuAday moAning, ApAil 16th, John SpieAS, about 
31 yeaAS old. Vecejosed was known throughout the length and bAeadth oi southern Kichtand 
County as "Tobe" and had been in the employ o^ Va. Spottswood as dAiveA and hostleA ioA 
ten yeoAS. His death was caused by quick, consumption, contAacted thAough exposuAe on 
the long dAives which were a part oi his duties. 

Veceased came to North Vakota with the LoAkins {^amUy irom Ottawa, Canada, and the . 
only relatives he ever mentioned were a couple o^ sisters at that place. His father was 
a Ijocomotive engineer but was killed several yeoAS ago. "Tobe" had the happy temperament 
pecuZioA to his race and one o^ his dominating tAoits was his loyalty to his employer. 

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Thz (litzejn A,n wklch he. uxu heZd by the. cormanity vdoa, otteMtzd by ike. aXtendanaz 

at hJj, limeAoZ. The. ieAvZce^ weAe. conducted .in the CongAegationaZ ChuAck on Sunday 

apiojuioon and the edl^ce wa& packed tc oveAitowing . Rev. H. C. Compton conducted 

the heMLce and the casket uxu, loaded uuMi ^toKoZ oHeM-ngi. The locaZ ^ajlc depoAt- 

ment, o{, which deceased had been a mejnbeA, twined out -en a body and maxcked to the cejm- 

eteAy eoit o^ town whefve the fiemaJjU) weAe -LnteAxed. 

»•«»,,««,« ^p^j^ 21, 1904 

WatteA F. Toi,ney, a Soo bfuikejnan, died at Ende/tLin. lai,t week 0)J Znj afiiei iu^tained 
{fiom being knocked undeA a ^KexghX ttaln by a inow dAif^t wkiZe standing on the laddeA ■ 
at the iide o{^ the coa. The accident occuAHed at VlngaJL. A deZegation o^ ^eZZow tAoin- 
esnn, among whom wtw Lynn liLU>4>eZZ, accompanied the Kemalni to the home o^ hJj> pofienti at 
Glenwood, MN. •»«»»»«»»« ^p^^^ 2S, 7904 

laAii AadZand, an 18 yeoA otd boy n.e^lding with hli> bfiotheA Jacob AadZand il{,teen 
mlteJ) iouXkfieJtt oi heAe, died ta&t ThuAiday night o^ con&umptlon a^teA a long Ittntii. 
In addition to the bKotheA with whom he made hl6 home, two mafUiled ilbteAk, UKi. Lou 
Lauon and Hu. Joseph Tav6\Jold, fieslde In the neighborhood. The {lUneAol wa& held Sun- 
day ^/iom the Scandinavian Chanch jii&t acAo/>6 the i>tale line, Rev. R. W. Ruudee conduct- 
ing the ieAvlce^. «»«»«*»««« Apnll 2S 1904 

VeteA UcCliiAe, a mulatto who worked In the Bnlghtwood Hotel undeA the VeAAy manage- 
ment, died at the hoipltal Monday evening o^ canceA o^ the stomach aiteA a long lttneJ>6. 
Deceased waa about {,l{,ty yeau o{t age and had no fizlatlveJi io ioA oi known. He was 
buHled at the county'i expense. «»»»**»««* April 2S, 1904 

UlchaAd Kove^ paired away on Monday evening at the home oi hl6 motheA, Mn. HeAman 
StAuheZ, at the age o^ 26 yeau, a^teA llngeAlng ieveAaZ months wJjth consumption. 

deceased was bom In GeAmany and came to this country thirteen years ago with his 
parents. He has been engaged In basinet at Wahpeton ior a couple o£ years past but 
Aold out last iall owing to falling health and went to CaLiiornla. The charge oi climate 
ialled to benefit him, howeveA, and his motheA and brother made a trip to Los AngeZeJ> 
late In the wlnteA and brought him home. Since that time he as been steadily {^alting 
and death came as a welcome relief. 

BeJilde^ his motheA, deceased Is survived by one brotheA and ^oua 6lsteAS Rudolph 

Kovej>, hirs. itlm. ?opp. Has. film. Strubel, Has. C. ?. Arm^tAong and Has. Techllka, all o{t 
whom reMlde In this vicinity except the latteA, who.se home Is at Vonnybrook, NV. 

A i>hort service Is being held at the house this morning a{,teA which the remains will 
be taken to the M. E. ChuAch at Great Btnd where the ^uneAal Aervlce^ will be conducted 
by Rev. BremeA. 

JnteAment will take place in the Great Bend Cemetery. 

» ******** * y^p^j^ 2S, 1904 

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AMERICAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH Thz Right Reu. P/t, CcmzKon Mann, B^j^hop o£ W. V., 

Mitt conduct thz buJvicUi ieJivice. o^ ItonoAd Mou^tM at LidgeAJMood on iilkits unday at 
n AM. Thz Kiihop -Li) aZio zxpzctzd to havz ACAvcxe and pfitoich. -in thz e.vzning. 

********** May 19, 1904 

F^cendi OfJ thz Ke.dmy family mil IzoAn Mith n^g^izt o£ thz de.ath o^ M^. Kzdmy, 
wlUck iad zvtnt occuJVitd Zcat ffvidmj night. ....l/ERWON Column... 

********** Mm/ 19, 1904 

LzonoAd, thz 21 yejax old 60n of, Mn.. and Ufu,. E. A. Movtuus, 0)$ LldgeAWood, dlzd at 
Tucson, kl., Tuesday mofvfiing, whzAz hz hai, teen undergoing tAzatmant loi i>zvznaJi months. 
Tkz fie.main6 uiiZZ be buoaght home. ^OK buAlaZ. 

********** May 19. 1904 

ChoAJizy, thz little 6 ye.ax old 6on o^ M^. and Mu. John Rotkgebtfi, ditd Sunday 

a^zAnoon a^^teA. a bfilei lllne^& o{^ icxuilzX. izvex. The bunlaZ took place. Monday moAnlng. 

The iamily -id itill In quoAantine 06 otheA membeAJ, o^ the iamHy have the dc^eoie. 

********** 

May 19, 1904 

Wm. Simon, a pnx)6peAou!> ^oAmen. iouth OiJ LldgeAwood, wai, thAoim {,fLom hli nig while 
fietuAnlng home Satuxday night. He uiai fvendeAtd uyicom>cioui> and laid on the pAoLnle 
till Sunday af^tzAnoon bz{^o^z hz uxu {^ound. Hli, spinal column uvu InjuAed, a nib cAu&hzd 
and an eoK neanZy toln o^^. Hz woi takzn to the LidgeAuood Ho&plXal. Hl6 kzcomzAij -c6 
doubtial. ********** May 19, 1904 

Thz dzath o£ Mm. J. Kzndzy occufUied at thz family home iJouA. miZzs this i>ldz o^ 
Efi^ngton ia&t Fnlday night a{fieA an ILlnziS o{ szvzAol months. Vzath was due to a 
complication oi kidney and lJi\}eA tAouble^. 

Vzczased Is suAvlved by a husband and tuo gfiown sons who llvz neat E{i{^ngton. Thz 
iuneAoZ was held Sunday, InteAmznt taking place In thz E{^(^ngton Czme^eAy. 

********** May 19, 1904 

GREAT BENV . . . . Mu . John Tnlpkz dlzd suddenly at heA home east o^ town on Sunday 
a£tzA a shont Itlness. Vzczased was widely known and one o(, out zoAly seXtZeAs, beloved 
by all f^oA. heA many good qualltleA. 

She Is suAvlvzd by a husband and {five chlldtzn, two o£ whom oAz moAAlzd. The {,un- 
znal was held Tuesday, thz seAvlce^ being conducted In thz GeAxran ChuAch In SummiX Twsp. , 
and thz fiemalns weAz {,ollowzd to thelA {final Kzstlng placz by a laxge concourse 0|{ soK- 
Kowing {nlznds. The family havz thz sympathy o^ all In theln. sad beAzavzmznt. 

********** May 26, 1904 

Thz 11 months old babe o^ Mt. and Mns. AlbeAt W^ege, who fieAldz south o^ town, dlzd 
Sunday a^tzA a shont Illness. Thz {uneAat was held Tuzsday. 

********** May 26, 1904 

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F-ted J. Bctt, uiho had loAgz Zand IntzAUti In tkU vldniXii , die.d at tiadeZia, MW. , 
thii, weefe at thz agz oi$ 44 yexiu. He hai, yj^itzd HanklnAon izvzAol timeA du/u-ng the. 
pa6t aouuptt ojj yzau, and li, knovon to mmy o^ qua bva-inu-ii men. 

«»«»»«*«*» Hay 26, 1904 

Joizpk StabzfUi ditd at tht ho&pijtat Monday mofiyiing 0($ dAop&y and he.afvt Vwuhtt, 
at the. agt o{i SS yza/a. Peceoied woa a MdUi known {^onmeA. A.u-LdLng ntan WyndrmAz and 
tzavu a Mk-iJe and eJie.vzn ckitdAzn, eight boy6 and th/izz gViZi. 

A 6ho^ ^imeAoZ izfiv-Lcz woi hzZd at tht Catkotic ChuAch on (ilzdmiday mofining and 
the. KeMLini, wejie ihtpped to Stoax City, Ik. , ^on. lnte.nme.nt. 

********** Uay 26, 1904 

Tmo bnotheAi), 9 and 14 yeMAi OjJ age, we^te dnowned -in tkz Hichol& ante^lan lake 
ne.a/1 Oake^ lait week. They weAe out In a Zexiky boat which {^lUjid with. wateA, and it 
-C4 6uppoied they weAe taken with cAojnpi,. The bodies weAz lecoveAtd. 

*«»»»,*»«* May 26, 1904 

SAP SUICWE at SISSETOH. 

ChanZ.eji> Eti>en, oaiAtant In the fiA^t Nationai Bank at Si^ieton, committed rnictde 
SatuAday night by shooting. The. cauie o^ his seZ^ dzstAuxitton is a mysteAy oi he was 
highty Ktspected and his accounts weAz fitght to a cent. 

Elson, who was only 19 yeoAS aid, was the son o^ a wealthy saZoon ke.epeA. He wai, 
highty thought o{, by the bank o^^ctats and was weZL edujcattd. ..a splendid bookkeepeA 
and accomplished 04 a linguAj>t, having command o^ se.ven. difideAent languages. He wai 
o{, a KetAAtng disposition and Zlve.d mwch by himiel^, having no IwtimateA and declining 
to converse upon the most oidinoAy topless wiXh any one. His ecccntAictty in this fies- 
pect was welZ known to the. community and was gzneAalty attxibuted to boih^uineyiS . 

SatuAday night he {^ntshed kis woAk at the bank as aSuaZ, and a(^eA suppeA mounted 
his wheel and node 0($($ towatd BAowns ValZey. This was the last seen o{t him alive, as 
his body was ^ound the ^oULowing moKning by two giAti in a lane about thAce miles {^Aom 
the. ciXy. He was in a kneeling postuAe and had a gaping wound back o^ the le^t eoA, 
caused by the. bank AevolveA which he still held in his hand. 

Elson was sobeA and industAiouS and had $1400 in savings on deposit in the bank. 
A {jOntune o{) $20000 {^Aom the old counfiy was due. htm as soon as he became o{^ age. 
He had no bad habits, and his sel{, imposed seclusion is thought to have pAeyed on his 
mind until he was mentally unbalanced. 

The iuneAal was held Monday and woi one o£ the loAgzst eveA held in SiAseton. 

The little, son o^ Ma. and Mas. S. H. Woolsey died at 2 PM on Tuesday a{^eAnoon 
af^teA su{^ieAtng {,oa seveAol wceJis ^Aom scaAlet ^eveA. The little one was twenty 
months old and was thought to be AzcoveAing nicely until a ^ew houAS be^oAe. the end. 

The ^uneAal was held this moAning, the seAvice being conducted in the open oiA in 

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{/Lont 0(5 -tke IflooiA^y korm, and ■LrvtzAmtnt took pZacz -in tht cojivitzfiy eoi-t 0|5 town. 
Wi. WoolAzy'A poAzrit!) we^e owe/i. ^m Wahp&ton to aXttnd thz (^untKaZ. Thz iympcuthy 0({ 
-the zntifLZ commuyiity gou out to tht beJLza.\Jzd {^cunlly in thz toi>& o^ thexA tUttz onz. 

********** J^^ J^^ ^t)Q4 

M^. Hznfiy Hznnzn dlzd cut thz homz o{, hzA 6on, Hznty Hznnzn, twznty mitzM iouth o{) 
hzAz, lent ThuA^day at M o'cZodi, af^tzA iuft^zAying a poAotytic ithokz. Vzcza^zd came 
out ^fLom Goodhuz County, Mn., on May 4tk to u-ci-ct hzA cKitdAzn -in this vtcA-nLty, and 
wa6 appoAzntty -In thz bz^t o{^ hzaZtk. 

Shz tzavzA tlfiAzz 40(t6 and tMO daughtzAi., . .Henty, John and Rudotph, M^. HinnLz 
Vadzn and Uu. Ckfilstina HoZtz. Vzcz£U>zd uja6 63 yzoAi otd and had 6uAvi\}zd hzA huiband 
joit ^oun. yzoM to a day. Thz Azmalm weAe ihippzd {/lom hzAZ to thz old homz i.n Good- 
huz County, MN. , ukzAz ^imzAoZ izAvlzzA weAe hztd Sunday. 

********** j^^ j^^ J9Q4 

l/ERWON. .. .E-'Lccfe E. LLzn, onz o£ thz pionzzA flZ^Zdznti o^ Lizn Town&kip, dlzd at hU 
homz thfizz mltzi wzit o^ hziz at an zaJity houA Monday monning. He had bzzn a iiui^^ztzn. 
ioK. a couplz 0(J yzoAii ^Kom apoplzxy, and hi& dzath wai no &uApfujiZ. He woa 6 7 yzaAM 
otd and 6ZAvzd ai County Commii>.!>A,onzA ifiom tkii> dLUttfiict at onz timz. LLzn TtU6p. woi 
aLio namzd in kli honon.. He tzavzi a {,amiZy o^ 6ix ckitdxzn, two o^ whom oaz mafuiizd 
and Jiziidz nzan. hztz. 

Thz iunzAot WC16 hzZd Tuziday and uoai attzndzd by a Zcuigz ntunfaeA 0|{ hti old timz 
^fiizndi. Thz bwiiaZ took placz in thz Lizn Tiuip. Czmztzfiy. 

********** j^^ 23, J904 

DEATH CLAIMS FOUR l/ICTIMS 
M^. Madge Uohton 

VIED kt thz Hankimon Ho&pital on SatuAday night, June ISth, 1904, Maa. Madgz 

HoKton, 3S yza/u> old, of^ tubzAculoiii o{, thz bowzli, af^tzn. an iJUinzM> o^ 6zvzAal montki. 

Vzcza&zd wai a nativz oi Canada., but mo&t o^ hzA liiz w)a4 i>pznt in thz Unitzd Statzi, 
In 1S92 ihz wa6 moAAizd to J. W. MoAton and ^on. i,zvzAal yzaAA tkzy viztz A.z6idznt!> o{) 
tkid plazz, moving to ?.zgina, H. W. T., in 1S99. 

Whilz hztz ihz u)a6 a tzachzn. in thz public schools ^OA a couplz o^ yzoAM. EzAidzi 
hzA hu&band, thAzz chiZdAzn 6uA.vivz hzA....onz daughtzA o^ about H yzaA6, onz daughtzA 
0(5 thAzz and a littlz ion o^ zightzzn months. HzA mothzA, Wv!>. R. A. BzckzA, alio 
KZMidzA iouth oi town, and thzAz oaz two bftothzAi. ..Lzon and HoAfuj BzckzA. 

Vzzza&zd woi a mzmbzA o^ thz Royal f4zA.ghbofU> Camp at tha> placz and thz izAviczA at 

thz chuAch wzAz conductzd undzA thz au&piczi o^ that ofidzK, Rev. H. E. WaZkzi dztivzKing 

thz iZAmon. Tkz Azmaim wziz ihippzd to thz old homz in Wiicomin ^ox bu/Ual. 

Thz dzzpzit sympathy i& £zlt by alZ ^on. thz bzAzavzd onz^. 

* ********* 



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E. E. TORRE/ 

PIEP; Ai the. camp o^ iiie. goveA/mznt JkuJivtyonj) iiouthwzit o£ town, on Sunday 

zvenlng at 6 PM., E. E. ToHAty, 61 t/eoAA old, oi htoAt iaJJjuAz 

Peceoied vxu, the. £oKemm o^ the QoveAymejfvt iuJwejjing pcuity that Zi at pfie^eyit making 
itu, hzadqaaAteA.& on the oZd Adam £aAm thn.e.z mcZe^ 60uthweJ>t o^ town. He w<u a {,lne pky- 
itcaJL i>pecunejn and happo&zd to bt tn good hejitth. About a. weefe pfUoK to hJj> iudden 
taking o{,^ he. wal> taken with a bnA.e.£ fainting ipeJLZ, but wcw Kzvlvzd by itlmulanti, . He 
xeJiumtd woik and Sunday zveyiing wa& e.ngage.d In wAlXlng a ZetteA., but a 6to>m aAjoie and 
he aj>ilj)ttd In tightening tht guy hjopeJ) o^ tht te.nt, kt tkU time, he complained o{, Reel- 
ing unwelZ and a doctoK wm ^ent ^oA. po&t hoitz. One oi kil> companlom hufovied to an 
adjoining tent to iecuAe 6timulant6, but beiofie he KeXjunntd the i,tfu.cken man waj> dejxd. 

VectoAed wa6 single and had been engaged In the goveAnment Cooit and Geodetic iWi- 
veylng ^eAvlce pAacticatiy ati hli ll^e. Mothlng woi known by hii> companA.on6 legaAxUng 
hl6 KttaZiveA, but by mea.Yii> o{ the. envelope he had addKe£6ed to enclo6e the letteA he 
was WKiting when the i>to>m bnoke, they weAe located and communicated with. 

At thelK lequ&it the fiemains weAe. shipped to BeveAly, MA. , ki6 boyhood home, ion. 
IwteAment. 

PapeAS ^ound on the body Indicated that deceased was a min o^ some, means. He had 
ion. yeoAS been wonklng ion. the goveAnment and at the time oi hcs death was dnawing a 
saZaAy oi $1600 a yeoA. He was a man oi good habits and highly thought oi by the otheA 
membens oi the cAew. His sudden taking oH cast a cloud oi gloom oveA the camp oi 
which he had choAge. ««*«»**«»« 

ERICK E. LIEM 
VJEV •■.... At his home twelve mlZes southwest oi heAe In Lien Township, on Monday 

monning at 3 AM, oi apoplexy, Enlck E, Lien, aged 61 yea/is 

deceased was bonn In Monway but came to this countfuy In his eanJbj boyhood and was 
one oi the iln^t to settle In what lj> now Lien Tmp. , when the n.eseAvatlon woi opened 
In 1S92. He took a prominent pant In the developemtnt oi nonthenn RobeAtS County, and 
Lein Township woi chn^istened In his honon. He was also County CommlssloneA ion. a numben 
oi yeans. 

His wiie died thlAteen yeans ago whtle vtslting at Blooming ?nalAA.e, MN., but a iamlly 
oi six chUidAen suAvlve him. . ..Ole, EmiZ, Loul^, AlbeAt, Bessie and Erma. Oi these the 
{yiKst two named one moAAled, and ail but the youngest son and etdest daughten. neslde neon. 
Vennon. 

The iuneAal was heZd Tuesday aitennoon at 3 PM and was attended by a loAge numben oi 
old time in^iends and nelghbon.s. The seAvlce was conducted by Rev. VeteAson and Intenment 
took place In the Lien Twsp. Cemeteny. 

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BABY NESSOM 
PIEP: On FfUday, June 17tk, cut 12:30 AM., Iva Mcuu.e., daughtzA o£ M^. and MA4. 

{)l-iZbuA Nu&on, t^}o montki old, o^ 6plnaJi mznlng-utllt . . . . 

The. -infant wcu, om o^ iuxLrUi and had been A-ccfe ^ofi iomz timz. Thz ^anzHxiZ wot, hzld 

Sunday, Rzv. H. E. liJaZkzA aonducttng thz -ie-^v^ce, and lYitznmznt took pZacz -in thz Czmz- 

teAy ea^t o{, tmn. »«»«*«««** j^^ 23 1904 

"GREAT BEhlV The youngzit chJJid oi Auga&t Gfu.zpzniAx)g dltd loit weefe OjJ iummeA cxjm- 

pJicUjvt a^Wi a ^ew hoafU) UlnzMi,. A Zjoxge. ccAc£c oi ^Alejidi expend ^ympaihy. 

July 7, 1904 

CoaZ RedemAfee, uihoiz homz l& wz&t 0^ Mantadofi, died T^viday a{^zfmoon aitzfi an IZJL- 
ne44 0({ a ($ew kouu. Acutz aZcohotiim woa thz caaiz o^ Ivi6 dzmliz. Vzczaizd Izavzi a 
w-i{iZ and izvztat chiid/izn. Thz dunzAjot woi hztd Sunday, -intzfunzYvt bzlng madz -in thz 
Hankiviion Czmztzfiy zait 0^ town. 

GREAT BENP. .. .Choi. Uittag Kzczlvzd won.d la&t weefe 0^ thz dzaXh o{^ a iO^tzA at 

ChJcaan ««»*»««»»* 

^"^^^^30- j^^y 21, 1904 

TKREE PEATHS NEAR EFFIW6T0W 

EFFIWGTON, SV., JuLy 22nd HoKatio VaAnham, an old ioldlzA, on uho6z land E{,{,ing- 

ton Li locatzd, -U dzad. Thz buMJjal took placz at Sliizton undzfi thz aa&plczA o{, thz 
G. A. R. **«*****»» 

Vk, VfLzd ToAnMOonth dlzd iuddznly on July ISth. 

M'Li. V-uhzJL, thz uxldoiM of, an old toldlzfi, paazd away SatuAday. A ion o{, thz dzcza- 

izd tivzA hzAz and anothzt -in ULiiouAl, both ioldlzAi In thz Spanlih AmzAccjon WaA. 

********** 

July ZS, 1904 

Choi,, Aihlzy, an old izttlzA. In Sangznt County, woi manglzd and klllzd In a moMlng 
machinz SatuAday nzoA CogiMzll. He imu> about 10 yzau old. Thz tzam dhjxggzd kirn about 
a milz to hu> homz, and hz dlzd bziofiz atd could 6e izzuAzd. 

********** j^y 2S, 1904 

Mm. E. HungzA Iz^t Tuesday zvznlng ^oK Tzfigui ¥all(>, MN. , in fizipoMz to a mziiagz 
announcing thz dzath o{j hzA iLitzt' 6 b^othzA-ln-law, coihtzA In onz o^ thz Fetga6 Tatti, 
banki. ********** August 4, 1904 

ElmzK Tnzdzzn, a young man zmployzd by thz Gizat WzstzAn Tzlzphonz Company, lo6t 
hOi ti{^z -in an accldznt, which happznzd SatuAday nexui VaOmount. 

Tfizdzzn woi oiiliting a c/tew o^ mzn najj>z a tzlzphonz polz. Thz polz ilippzd and 
izll, itAiktng TfLzdzzn on thz ildz of^ thz hzad, and cAuihlng him to thz gKound. He d'lew 

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kimi>eZ{, {/lom imdeJi the. pott, but woi ^oimd to be badZy InjuAzd, 4o he. woi taktn to 
kli, home -in WahpeXon. He xttained coyii>(u.oui>ne^.i> {^oi 6ome time, but ditd Monday even- 
ing {^hjom c.oncu/i&.ion o^ the bAain. The deceased uxii about 23 yexVLi old. He ItaveA a 
Miijje, {,atheA, motkex and biotheA pZu6 otheA KeJLaZiveA. 

»**»**««»* AuguAi 4, 1904 

...TEN /EARS AGO. ..Column. . .The. dejxth o(, PeteA NeZ&ingeA, a coal heaveA in the Soo 
yafixLi, hefiz, cAtated a 6en^ation, and a po6t moKtem zxamination wai heZd by ConxineA Steele. 

PeteA KnuAn., head milleA at the Han\u.ni,on PolleA UilZi, died on Aug. 6th [1894] of, 
consumption at the age of SO yzaA.6. 

********** AugoA-t 4, 1904 

A hobo woi {jOund dead In a Soo Line boxcoA at EndeAtin Vfiiday molning. A IocjoZ 
phyiican had tAtated him {^on. heant trouble a {,eu) day6 beion.c. An inquest wa6 not deemed 

"^^'^^^y- ********** A^^^ ,,^ jg04 

Wm. RiemeA, one 0($ the. eoAty ictXleAi of Hank.inoiin, died Sunday a{,teAnoon 6hontZij 
a{^QA 5 PM. He had been In poon. health {^on. 6ome time. Ve.cexuke.d wa6 63 yea/u> old and 
i6 iuAvived by hii> u)i^e and a numbeA 0({ neZativeM in tkid vicinZty. 

The. {^uneAal woi held Tuesday a{^teAnoon, Reu. Kunz conducting the izAvZce at the 
GeAman EvangeZical ChuAch. The KemoAjUi weAe twbinAed in the cemeteAy 6outh of town. 

********** August 11, 1904 

R. H. Hanfex)i60n wo^ catied to lU.nne.apoli6 lai>t week by a teZegfum conveying the iod 
nem of the death of hii &iMteA, Wu. Safiah A. Roe, which occuAAed TueAday. 

VecejOMed wai afflicted with asthma, and tki& uxith a complication of heoAt tAoube 
cauied heA death. The funeAal wa6 held ThuMday ffwm the late fitsldence of the deceased. 
HeA hu&band, it uxill be fiejnejrteAcd, died about a yeoA ago afteA a ihoKt lllneAi. 

********** August IS, 1904 

Jacob Hoffman., the aeAonaut u)ho wai mth the Cash CoAnivat Company at Lidgenwood 
last month, landed In Lake AJLice while making a descent at Tegfms VaJils tost Thansday 
night, and uiai dAowncd befofie assistance reached him. The. ascent was made without 
Incident and the descent was appoAently being made In safety, but the aeAonaut landed 
In the lake and become tangled In the panachute, drowning In a veAy few minuter. 

********** August 25, 1904 

Adolf C. Pecinovsky, a pfwrnincnt fatmeA KeJildlng weMt of Hantado'L, died at the. hosp- 
ItaZ Ttlday evening of appendicitis, deceased was biought In about ten days pfievlous 
to undeAgo an operation, but owing to a fancied Inrpnovement In his condition refused to 
Submit to the opeAatlon, and when he KeaZized his seAlous condition It was too late. 

Veceased settled In Richland County seveAal yeoAS ago and was highly respected foK 

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kii ittnZLnQ honuty by aZZ uiho knvn him. He. wo* 38 yeoAi old and Ztavu a wZ^e and 

iJouA daughtzM to mouxn ku toll. The. iuneAat wait heZd at LidgeAwood Sunday a^teAnoon, 

leAvlczi, beJjiQ conducted in the, hxxZt, and the Kemtim weA.e lnvteAKed in the cemeteAy at 

that place. 

««»»»»«»«« Auguit 25, 1904 

MURPER at SJSSETOH 
L. M. Han6on o^ Veblen Bexitcn to Death While JntoxA.cate.d 

L. M. Han&on, a welZ-to-do ^aAmeA whole home l6 neoA Veblen, died at SiiieXon lxu>t 
Wednesday Yioon ai a Kt&ult o^ injuAlti fieceived the night pfcevioui at the handi o{, WiZl- 
ijm Titzpatnlck. 

On Tutiday night Hanion, the muAdeAed man, loai ^ound lying aileep on a bed in a loom 
adjoining a candy itofie conducted by Hu. ¥itzpat/Uck. Two little giAli who iinit law 
him Kan upon the itAeet and told iheJji bfiotheA that a dhunken man wai in the houie aileep 
on the bed. 

The bKothen., initead o^ notifying the poli.ce, hunted up a ^Kiend, Kfithux JouAdai,n, 
who went with him to the houie, accompanted by the two gixli. On enteAlng, young Titz- 
patAlck lit a light, and handin.g it to Jouxdain, pulled o^i hij> coat and began to pound 
the ileeping man ovefi the head. He then puZted Hanion into the alley and notified the 
police that he had "{^ixed a dfwnken Norwegian." 

The police went to the ipot and with the aiiiitance o^ the two boyi who committed the 
cfUme, took Hanion to the itation and caZled a doctoK. In the mofintng Hanion wai taken to 
a hotel, wheAe he died. 

A cofLoneA'i inqueit wai held SatuAday, /leiultbig in a veAdict o^ muAdeA ^nom a blow 
on the head {^Kom the handi o^ WiZLLam VijtzpatAlck. fitzpatnlck and JouAdian weAe lodged 
in the county jail at Siiieton to await tfiiaZ. Citizeni aAe vety much exeAclied oven, the 
bAutal a^^alA, and but liXtle lympatky ij> expfieiied ioh. the pniioneAi. The muAdeted man 
fvecently {^eUi heiA to a laAge eitate in the old countAy and had gone to Siiieton to lign 
the papeAi doling up hli title to the lame, and decided to celebrate the event with the 
dAunk that Keiulted in kil death. He owned a good ^aAm and countfiy itoxe, and beioxe 
locating thexe lived at HiZnoK, SaAgent County, wheAe a bnotheA., Ole Hanion, ii one oi the 
leading buiineii men. Veceaied leavei a wi^e and leveAul children. 

»»»»»»»»»» September I, 7904 

ThAee men attempted to hold up lix hoboei in a boxcoK at Valley City on Tuelday night 
and in the melee that followed one oi the hold up aAtliti wai itabbed to death. A coKoneA'l 
juAy decided that the killing wai juitl^ied. 

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MRS. ROBERT HARTLEBEW 

M/L6. RobeAt HaAttdbzn died FfUday euenoig loit ifvom comptlavU.oni {,oZZoiMing thz 
bluik oi a. ckild 6omz -tone ago. Skz wcu, bfiought to the. hospital iomz time. ptev.ioiii, 
6u.^^eAxng i^m btood polioning, and though a vaLiayit battZt againit thz Inhjoadii, o^ thz 
tJioubtz uxut madz, dzath camz oa a MzZcomz fizZza&z to hzA. 4>u{i^zAAjig. 

Vzcza/>zd Izavzi a huiband and izveAaZ dvitdfczn to mouAn hzn. Zo^i. Thz ^unzAoZ mu, 
hztd on Sunday, 6zn.vlcz6 facing condactzd in thz Gznman EvangzLixuiZ ChuAch by Rev. Kunz, 
and a la/igz concouuz o^ lofOiovdng ^fLizndi lolLowzd thz fiemainit to thzJji ilnal A.z6tcng 
placz In thz czmztzfuj i,ouXh o^ town. 

«»«»«««»«• SzjptzjnbzA 1, 1904 

'TEH /EARS AGO". ...Column. ..M. A. UippzAman Kztufmzd ^fiom Wiicon^Zn, whzfiz hz wa6 
catizd owtng to thz i,uddzn dzath oi kii iathzA. (IS94) 

»«««»»»«» » Szptzmbzn. 8, 1904 

Gfizat Bznd Thz Iniant ckiZd o^ Ma., and MA4. Petzt Gttiz6 dizd Wzdnziday even- 
ing a^tfi an ilZnz&i dating {,fiom biAth. 

«««««««««» Szptzmbz^ S, 1904 

TzAdlnand Schack dizd at hii homz on thz nonXk ildz oi town on Tuzkday a^tzA izveAal 
monthi,' Ulnzii, ojj Zung tfioubtz. He avu about 70 yzau old. He texLvzi a wiiz and one 
dojughtzA, WUi. KihzAt WAzgz. Thz ^unzAal woi hzJtd iKom -thz Catholic. Chuxch thlb mofining. 

»»«»»•»«•» SzptembzA 8, 1904 

Thz two monthi old ckWi o{, Ma. and Mw. Pe^cA GiZiz& oi GxzxU Bznd dizd loit 
evening. Thz titttz onz had bzzn a^UUng ilncz blfith. 

«»»«»»»«»* SzptzmbzA 8, 1904 

I'ERWOW Ma. and tAu. HzJU O^bzy havz thz sympathy oi all -in thz loll oi thzln. 

ioufi yzoA. old child lait weefe. Thz iunzAat wa& held on Monday. 

«»«»»»»»»« SeptembeA 15, 1904 

AlvZn CoAlzn, a 20 yeafi old ion oi Hon. John CafiZzn oi Havana, SoAgznt County, wai 
buAnzd to dzath th/J, wzzk by thz zxptoiton oi a can oi keJioienz with which hz wob itoKt- 
■ing a iViz. 



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Wit,. F. V. WoA.azittzA, wliz oi a dfwugglit at CogiweJUi, iWizd a lamp with gaiollnz 
by mlitakz Tuesday zvznlng. An exploilon iollowzd and ihz wai, 4,0 badly buAnzd that dzath 
zn6uzd In a ihofit -time. Thz iamHy ioAmzAly Kzlldzd at Lidgznwood, Ma.. WoAczitzA being a 
bfwthzn. oi M. V. WoAczitzA oi that placz. 

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A. I. StouhtaxL, R&g^iteA. o£ Peed* o^ RobeAti County, dlzd lcu,t Sunday eve.nlng, cut 
the. OQZ oi 64 yaxiM, a^teA an WLna>i> laitAJig tkxzz weefei. VzczoMzd wcw a candLdcute. 
ion. Kz-ztzction on tkz "AJi6uAgznt" tickzt, havtng uuMid/uwon {^Aom thz n.zguZaA fizpubtlcan 
tcckzt a^teJL thz nomlnatLon& wzAz made. 

« »»»««««»« SzptzmbzA 15, 1904 

■ L. John6on, a thtc&hzA who wai brought down ^A^m Kzniot with an advanczd auz o^ 
typhoid izvzK, dlzd at thz ho6pttat VfuAajy a^tz/unoon. Vzczjuzd wa& about 22 yzaAi old, 
and camz out inom liildcovUtln with hil, bfiothzA to wofik du/Ung thA-Zihlng. Thz Kzmum wznz 
ihlppzd on Monday to kii, homz lomz twznty irUZti 60uth oi HUuJaukzz ^OK IntzAmzjnt. 

»»»»««»»«» SzptzmbzA 15, 1904 

Thz Infant danghtzA o^ UK. and Uu. HichazZ WlAtz o^ WaZdo Townl>kip dlzd SUxht ThJi- 
dajj a^tzA. a ihoht tlZnzi-i. Thz titttz onz wai onz o^ tuxln6 that wzAz boftn about a yzan. 
ago. Thz ^unzAaZ woi hzZd {^Kom thz Catholic Chu/ich SatuAxlay moAnlng, Rev. Vn.. Studnlcka 
conducting thz 6zAvlczi. 

»»*«*»»««« SzptzmbzA 22, 1904 

Uu. IlzgleA, HobeAt A. Ty^on'i mothzA-ln-lau, dlzd In Spokanz, WA., on Szpt. 4th, 
0^ bhonchltu at thz advanczd agz oi St yea/U). Vzcza&zd had been a ^u^zAzA with that 
dUza&z ion. 25 yzanu>. 

»»»«»«»•»» SzptzmbzA 22, 1904 

Thz badly dzcompo&zd body oi a man wai, iound In a whzat ilzld about titio mltzit thli 
iilAe. oi Valnmount lait Sunday. Thz body had zvldzntly lain thzAz ion. &lx wzzki ok moKz, 
and wai In 6uch condition that Idzntlilcatlon wai ImpoMlble.. 

Thz man had bzzn Koughly dKzi>6zd and thz only antlclzi, that might Izad to hl6 Idzntl- 
ilcatlon WZAZ a watch and pockzt knliz. TheAz wa& alio a imalZ 6wm oi monzy In thz pocJazt. 
We woA zvldzntly about 25 oK 30 yzau old and oi mzdlum wzight and hzlght. CononzK Kaai- 
man wai iunmonzd iKom Wahpzton but thz Idzntlty oi thz dzczaizd, oK thz caaiz oi dzath, 
could not bz dztzAmlnzd. WhztheA It wai a caiz oi iulcldz, accldzntal dzath ok ioul play 
will pKobably nzvzK be known. Thz Kzmcuni wzKz buKlzd In thz Falnmount CzjnzteAy Tuziday. 

»«»»»»«»»* Sep;CeffifacA 29, J904 

Rev. J. A. StKachan, who will bz KzmembzAzd by old Kzildznti ai a ionmzA VcmtoK hzAz 
when thz Mzthodliti wzKz itnlvlng to maintain a chuKch onganlzatlon, dlzd at Shanon, VT. , 
Kzczntly aitzK a long lUnzM. Vzczxiizd wai a bKothzK-ln-law oi County TKcoiunzA CaAtzK. 

Capt. J. W. GKzgg, ionjmzAly oi ZLchland County, dlzd at Paiodzna, CA., Kzczntly. 

Vzczoizd wai pnlvatz izcAztoKy to Gov. John iiillzK, thz itatz'i ilKit zxzcutlvz, and 

ilncz that tlmz hai bzzn an attache oi voKloui dzpoAtmznti oi thz itatz capital. 

********** 

RobzAt OlziizZ wai catlzd to WahpeXon ThuKiday by a mziiogz announcing thz dzath 

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o{, hJj> {^atheA, TfUtz Wti6zZ, ooho paj>&td away about 9 AW that mofining o^ ojpopt^xy. Ve.cexu,e.d 
VtcaoUttd vxu, one. oi ike. tanZy fiziidznti o^ the. county, having itttZzd neoK Wahpeton ovex 
thUity ytoJU ago, ,,,*,•••,, Se.ptembeA 29. 1904 

GREAT BEMP MA4. Suckow, uiiit of, a loAmeA paJitoK oi the chuAch heAZ, dtzd at 

KddJjiOn, Com, County, ioit week. Rev. C. A. RtemeA and Gto^z liloKneJi wejit up to attend 

the luneAaZ. 

««««»««,«, OctjobeA 6, 1904 

OJ. F. Bai6le.y AetuAned SatuAday ^Aom KbeAcAomble, wheAe. he. woi cxdZed to attejid thz 
iuneAat oi ki& iatheA-Jin-lauo, Va. PauZion. 

»•««»»»»»» OctobeA 6, 1904 

The. yeoA old daughteA o^ Ma., and Ufu>. TAeA VjuiZjoii dtzd Sunday a{,teA a hhofit Zttnt&A. 
The. luneAat woi hztd Tuesday a^teAnoon ^ficm thz GeAman EvangeLicaZ ChuAch, Rev. Kunz con- 
ductlng the ^eAvZce^. • »••,»».,, OctobeA 6, 1904 

f'^ooAeton Ha. and Wu>. Johnnie. Ha^neA, accompanied by Uu. HeJL^ and VeteA ThltZ, 

AeXuAntd SatuAday cvejung ^Aom Neu) Hol6tlen, WI., wheAe. they had fceen called by the death 
0(5 thelA motheA. 

»««*«»»»«» OctobeA 13, 1904 

A me&6age ^Aom Eakeu^leZd, CA., thU moAning announces the death o^ Uaa. SaAah Slmp- 
kin6 at that place. Vecea&ed wm a membeA o{, the Coppln ^ajmlly and le{,t heAe two yeoAi 
ago la6t June to make heA home In Calt^ofinia. HeA hu&band, a Wahpeton bailne66 man, died 
about a yeoA a^teA thetA moAAtage, and no chlldAen weAe boKn to them. 

The Aematni oAe now being shipped heAe ioA buAcal, and 6eAvlcei uollZ be held iome 
time next week, but a& yet no day can be named. 

»»•»«««»<« OctobeA 20, 1904 

VEVKOH IveA Staditaad called on iome o^ hJj, old time ^Alendi heAe SatuAday. 

He hoi ipent the poit (Jew yeau In Alaska, but htoAted {,oA home on leannlng OjJ the Aecent 
death o£ hl6 ^otheA. 

«,«»«*,»,, OctobeA 10, 1904 

Two men weAe lulled at Tlntah on Monday night by an extAa {^nzlght on the Evamtvllle 
bAanch. The men had been 6een a ihoAt time be^oAe, and wete i>t<H woAm when iound. An 
Inque&t wai held and the veAdlct wa6 that the men had been killed by being Aun oveA by 
the engine, having fallen In an attempt to ileal a Aide on the pilot. They weAe TAed 
TAott oi VuAand, WI., and (UalteA Slmondon oi Lake City, MW. 

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OBjTUAny 

VZEV: SXmplUn&, M^ . HaAy Ann, at SakeAi^leJtd, CA., on OctobeA 17ih, 1904, o£ 

qwLck coniumptZon, at the. aQt oi 38 yzau, two month& and 29 dayA. 

VzctoAzd wa6 boAn In Canada on July 18th, 1866, beting thz otdo^t daughttn o^ M^. Ed- 
waA.d Coppin, and cjxmt to UlchZand County uxith the ^amlty in the. ApfiinQ oi 1881, iettJUnQ 
on the {tOAm tuio miZei, weMt ojj Hankjinbon whtch itJJJi be.au the. name, HeAz &he fie^tded 
uiUh heA paAenti until May 15th, 1889, when 4>hz wa6 uniXe.d in moMiage. to ItonaM Simpkim 
0(5 Wahpttcn. The latteA died on Pec. 10th o^ the Aame yeafi, but hli mxiow fieiided in 
Wahpeton ion. leveAat yeau, lateA coming to the home o^ heJi bfiothefu, we/>t o^ town. In 
June oi 1902, 6he went to CaZi^oAnia whefie Ahe kept hou&e (on. hen. b/wthex, Tho6. Coppin, 
at BakeuiieZd, up to the time o£ hen. death. 

Hen iZZneii dated ^ncm la&t Apning, being the dinect n.eiuZt 0(J a Aevene coZd which 
attacked hen ZungA, a^ten which time 6he Waited AteadiZy. 

She ij> iunvived by hen ^athen who now ntiidei in England, tu)o iiiteM and 6ix bnctheM, 
viz: Mn4. A. H. Snown oi HankinAon, Un£. Baken o^ Wahpeton, John, Geonjge, Vned, Thomoi, 
Vhitip and William Coppin, all 0(J whom wene pne6ent at the ^unenxJi except Thomas at whoie 
home in Caliionnia. hen death occuAned, 

The nemain6 oAAived hene Tue&day and the ^unenal wai held yeitenday a^tennoon at 1 ?M, 
Aenvices being conducted at the Cong' I Chuxch by Rev. H. E, Walken.. A lange numben o^ 
pUendA 0)5 the family attended the ienvicei and followed the nemaim to theln. ^inal netting 
place in the family cemeteny in the pictune&que hiZli> to the weit oi town, whene 6he wa& 
loyld to neJ>t be&ide hen mothen and iij>ten, Wu. W. H. Baken. 

Deceased wai, a devout Chni^tian woman and a memben o^ the Baptist ChuAch. Hen acti 
oi kindnett and beatiti^ul chanxicteA endeaxed hen to all who knew hen, and the wonld l6 
betten ^on hen having lived. 

The membem, o^ the family detiAe to expne&t, thnough the NEWS theln thanki to the 
iniendt who wene pnetent at the iunenal and attiAted them in 6o many wayi danlng the dank 
houm, 0({ theln ai£li.ction. 

« ««««»»»»» OctobeA 27, 1904 

Hn&. Loot* ThilLipA, whoie huiband wai in change o^ the Hankimon Vnug Company's 
buiineis hene at one time, died necently at White Rock. 

»»»»*«*««» HovembeA 3, 1904 

Samantha Cleo, daughten o^ Wi. and Wib. Andnew Uounen, died ta&t night at thein 
home iouthwe&t o{, town a^ten a six weeks' illnesi. Complications iottowing scanle^ 
ieven was the cause o^ hen deatJi. 

Deceased was 6 yeans, 9 months and 20 days old, and Is the second youngest o{, a 
family o^ ^oun ginls. As thene ane othen cases oi the disease in the house thene will be 
no iunenal senvice, but intenment will be made at the Tysonville Cemeteny SatuAday aiten- 
noon. The poAents have the sympathy o{i all in theJji sad beneavement. 

»»»»»»««», Novemben 10, 1904 

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TEW VEARS AGO COLUMN EAnzit VeAdwiin, a bfwth^-ln-lm oi Ffitd Egg^At, wan 

accldtnCtty ihot vkAjLo. hunting -in ihz iond hUXli noAXh o{, town and dltd ^Avm kli inju/viu. 
Thz body woi takzn to MlnntapotU , 

» «*,»»»«« , NovmbeA 17, 1904 

FATALLY WOUhtVEV 
EWERLIN JWEFENVEhlT: ..,Vk. lOion wcu, caJLttd to WyndmeAe. bxbt Monday to aiiUt Vk. E. 
T. SheAp^g -en attending a man by the. name oi HobeJit LittZz who wai> ieAA-OiuZy and penhapi 
iataZiy wounded by the accidentaZ dZichoAge o{, a ihotgun. We woi attempting to take the 
gun ^Kom a wagon and gfuutped It by the baMjeZ. vAien tt wa6 dl&cha^ed, the chaJige ejiteJiing 

ki& 4-cde and anm and {eoA^utZy tacJiating hli ofm and body, 

» «««««««« » 

HovembeJi 17, 1904 

Hon. fKeeman OKciitt, zx-ccunty iadge oi tki& county, died at Uinneapoll& loit ThuM- 
day moAnlng at the age o^ 59 yexuu. Veath woi due. to canceJi oi the thAoat wJMi which, 
he had been WL ion nine weeki . 

Judge OfLcutt wa& at one time County Commi66ioneA ioK the Wahpzton diitfUct and lateA 
le/ived two ttnmi a6 County Judge., being de^eaJied (,ok Ae-eZection by Judge Wake^ieZd ^ouK 
yeafii ago. He wa& aZio at one time State Commanded oi the G. A. R. Vecea/,ed woa a mem- 
beA oi SumneA G. A. R. Vo6t at Wahpeton and wai alio a membeA o{t the Wahpeton Lodge* o^ 
Odd EeZZowi, ModeAn Woodmen and Knighti oi ?ythija&. The ^uneAaZ wai> held Sunday aiteA- 
noon at the lamiZy home in HinneapoZii, 2 W. VouAteenth StAett. 

« »»»»«««» » NovembeA 24, 1904 

David V. Waite., County TAeoMuAeA eZect o^ WiUiin County, died in the BfieckenAidge 
HoApitaZ on Monday. He wai elected at the lai,t eZection and wouZd have taken the o^iice 
in JanuoAy. Veath wait due to an opeAation ^oA canceA. He lived at Childi and wa& a 
heavy Zand owneA in that vicinity. 

»«««»»«»»» VecembeA 1, 1904 

Melvina Elizabeth, daugkteA oi Ma. and Mfu,. John 0. Moen, died at an eoAty houA 
thJj) mohning at the home o^ heA paAenti, sixteen miteJ> iouth oi town. Vecexued would 
have been iouAteen yeoAi old had ihe lived until the 10th oi thii month. 

Consumption wai the came oi heA untimely end. The ^uneAol will be held Sunday at 
3 ?M., inom the Valley ChuAch, Rev. Lundquiit to conduct the 6eAviczi. 

»•»««*»*«« VecembeA 1, 1904 

EAne^t StetnwehA depaAted lat>t night ioA Waupon, WZ., to atte.nd the iuneAal oi a 
6i6teA, wold oi who'i death he had Kzceived daning the day. 

»»«»«»*»,, VecembeA S, 1904 

WAS HE MURPERER'S VJCTJM? 
Body Eound HeaA EaiAmount May Have Been Mining South Vakotan. 
HURON, SV., Vec. 6th E. M. Vunn, Chiei of, Police at MilleA, wai in the. city 

on ht& way to Bnandon, lA. to conieA with the motheA and otheA Kelativejk oi Jacob John- 

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iion, mU^ing ^Aom kL& ioMm, ntoJi WeJt&Zngton, i>lncz the. laiteA panX oi loit June., and 
6uppoied to have been mvJidenzd. 

Wi. Vunn AztuAned ^Aom FaVmount and Wahpeton, -in tJoAth VaJzota, a ^exo douji 6Znce, 
wheA-e. he toznt to vtw the AemU.n6 o^ a man £ound dead In a wheat {/.eZd neon, the iVikt 
named town iome time aamcz. HZ& \>4j>lt Atiulted Jin getting poiieMton oi a iiZveA watch 
and a portion of, the dead man'& vz&t. The watch ha6 been tdtnti^ied a6 that o£ Johmon'i 
but the cZothlng havtng been exposed to the weathfi io tong -ci ^aded and -ci not po&tti\ieZy 
Zdentifted oi that woAn by the mli^tng man. 

A pecaUjxA pAoceeding wai that the Aemaini, 04 60on oi found, weAe oAdeAtd by the 
cxiAoneA to be buAZed, no examtnatton oi to wound& oA caiue pf death woi held and seemingly 
tittte effoAt made to a&ceAtain the tdentity of the dead man. The body waj> without hat, 
but in the pockets of ki& cZotking woi found about $14 -in ca&h. 

A foAmhand di6coveAed the body, and lateK came to Wzi>&A.ngton to woAk and happened to 
tdUL of the find, when the aivthofUtie/> at once began inve^tigattng , the Ae^uZt of which 
now btdit faJji to lead to the diicoveAy of the peApetAatoAj, of one of the foulest cJumej> 
known to thi6 pojit of South Vakota. 

A6 to whetheA oa not Johmon wa& kitted at hit, home neoA WeJ^itngton and the body 
taken to wheAe it wot, found, oa whetheA he woi Induced to go theAe with hti> itayeA -ci a 
pAobtem that mu&t yet be solved. 

It l6 known that Johnion had a team the day he woi ta6t ieen at hi& home, but 04 to 
the whzAeahouti) of ettheA of the hoAi>eM oa wagon, oA the otd Aeddl&h-yetZow tAunk of HoA- 
wtglan make that ii at6o mii,6tng, though maAked "Paut Jakob6on" -in NoAwegian, no one hoi 
yet been abte to itate. A AesuaAd of $200 -ci offeAed foA the team and wagon. 

It -is beLieved that the v-id-it of Vwnn to the Aetative-lt of John&on at EAandon, wltt be 
heZpfut to thoie now dezktng to unAaveZ the den&e my^teAy and tead to the punZ&hment of 
thoie AeApon&-ibte foA the oUme. 

LATER VEVELOPMENTS 

MILLER, SV., Vec. 7th (Uty UaKkhatZ Ed. Vunn hoi jo&t AetuAned fAom BAondon, lA., 

wheAz the motheA. and bAotheA of muAdeAed Jacob John&on weJie unabte to tdenttfy the watch 
taken fAom the dead man found neoA TaiAmount, NV., a6 that of the mlii-ing Jacob' ■&. Two of 
h-ii, foAmeA netghboAi at Mount VeAnon, howeveA, -identif-ied the watch ai> hii . Two men in 
UitteA hay the watch tooki, j'ait tike the one he showed them. 

A Wellington man identified the ptece of the UoAth Vakota man' i ve^t a6 the the iame 
04 woAn by the mining Jacob. TheAe ij> a itAjong pAobabitity that it wa6 hii body found 
theAe. It toy in the wheat fieZd 100 yoAdi fAom the Aoad, hatteM. M/t. Vunn li, po&itive 
about it. 

The. muAdeAeAi mu&t have made off into Hinne^ota and pAobably into Canada with the 

tejm and peA&onat pAopeAty, and finding the woAk undetected came back thAee months tateA 

and kiZted G. M. Todd. The alteged di&coveAy of the Todd hoAMe/> in liinnejiota indicates 

that the iame diAecticn was taken by hi6 muAdeAeA-k, Canada oA the gAeat plneAteM deeming 

to be the iheZteA iought. ********** VecembeA S, 1904 

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FARMER HAS FATAL FALi. 
Joe BeAnoAd Ik ThAouin ^A-om Wagon Stat and B/ieofei Hli Hzck. 

Wklie. xeXiLfufiLng home. £Aoni HajfilUmon with a load o^ coaZ taj,t TnJjdaxj night, Jot BeAn- 
aAd, a ^oAmzA living eZzveji mlZeJ> noAthtait, itll ifiom hli wagon i,zjat and bfiokz ha> necfe. 

BeAnoAd woi In town nzafiiy all day TkuAiday and did not Izavt {,0A homz until about 
9 PM thai tvznlng. Hz had on a doublz box with a izat to which thzAz wzJiz no ildzi, on. 
back. Hz had loaded a hali a ton oi coal at John R. Jonz6' yahd bz^oAz leaving and itafU- 
zd homz alone. The team reached homz about midnight, but cw Ma. BeJinand wot, ml6ilng hl& 
wl^z bzcamz alanmzd and walkzd to Wm. Koppelman'A pla.cz nzafi by and a&kzd him to ^toAt out 
In izoAch o{ heA haiband. At daylight KlppeZnan and Thzo. Bohn {^ollowzd thz tAoll back 
iAom thz houiz and about &lx AM camz upon thz Zlizlzii body OjJ BeAnaxd nzoA thz appAoach 
to thz Popp bAldgz acAo6i thz Wild Zicz HiveA. 6lx mlZzi noAth o^ hzAz. Thz ipAlng to thz 
izat zvldzntly bAokz whllz going down thz bank to thz bAldgz, thAowlng BeAnoAd to hl& 
death. Ai hli, nzck wai bAoken death wa6 pAobahly ln6tantanzou& . 

Thz body woi taken to a nzlghboA' 6 and CoAoneA KaaHman notl{,lzd at Wahpeton. On 
hli aAAlval an Inquzit wa& held, thz vzAdlct being that dzcexued cxmz to hli death by 
falling {^Aom hli wagon izat ai abovz dzicAlbed. 

Vzceoizd wai a man o^ about thlAty-tLVo yzoAi o{, age and leavzi a wl{,z and ilx imali 
chlldAJzn. Hz coAAlzd no liiz IniuAancz and Izavzi littlz pAopeAty, having Aentzd and 
woAkzd a poAt 0|J thz old Vlvzt ^aAm lait izaion. Hz hoi izveAal bAotheAi living In thz 
vicinity. 

Thz ^uneAal wai held Monday ^Aom thz St. Joe ChuAch zait o^ GAzat Bend, InteAmznt 
being made In thz cemztzAy nzoA by. 

********** VzcembzA S, 1904 

Thz thAzz yeoA old daughteA o^ John Viathlzieji, who llvzi wzit oi WyndmeAe, wai (total- 
ly buAned whllz alonz In thz houiz onz day lait wzzk. Thz littlz glAl iound iomz matchzi 
and izt hzA clothing on ilAz, then Auihzd out o^ the houiz a man oi ilamzi. BeioAe thz 
iathzA Azachzd heA ihz wai io {^atally buAnzd that dzath zniuzd wcthln a ^zw houAi. 

********** VzcembzA 75, 1904 

Vlzd, at thz homz oi Ma. and Maa. AlbzAt Hlngit, a ion nlnz monthi old. Thz {^unzAol 
will bz held at the CzAman LutheAjin ChuAch on Tuesday a^tzAnoon, Rev. R. Hlnk to conduct 
the iZAvlczi . Thz beAzavzd icmlty havz thz iympathy oi thz entlAe community. 

********** PecejnbcA 22, 1904 

TztzA and Nick ?ohl havz been called to FAedonla, W1., by a mzJtiagz announcing thz 
iZAloui llZneM o^ thzlA latJuzA, who li not zxpectzd to iuAvlvz. 

********** VzczmbzA 22, 1904 



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Tcuthtt U/JUMun GfizogzA, pfu-Ut and hzaZeA, dle.d Ktzzntly at Elphany, SV, Vtczoitd 
dafUng the. pa&t it-ix yexiu, admLnUteAtd to thz phyitcai. and ipVUtuaZ .WLtt o^ pattznti 
^om att ovzfL the. United Statzi, numbeAtng among ht6 patients i,zveAat ^fwm tkU pajvt o£ 
ULchZand County. He biUZt the. vihote. town o^ Elphany, Indbxding a ho&pltaZ. and big i>ani- 
toAAMm. A loKtunt oi $250,000 16 le^t to a niece by the teAmi, o{, hi& vailZ. 

»«««»««««» VecejnbeA 11, 1904 

Eplvujm BM-ckeA. died at the. hoip-ital SatuAday a^teAnoon at iive. o'cZock, at the age 
oi 32 yejoAi,, aiteA an JULlneJ^h oi about a yexoi. "Eph" ai deceoied u}a6 iamiZlaAZy oalted 
un& weJUL known Xn Hankin&on, having ipznt a good 6haAe. o^ IvU tone. heAz 6tnce iiA^t ent- 
eAtng the. employ oi John R. Jonei i>lx yeoAi ago. He woA at&o at onz tJjne. a 6tude.nt at 
the. UntveA&ity at Wahpeton and hxu, a loAgz (uActe. oi acquatntance^ theAe.. 

Vezejibtd woa bonn In Wa&htngton, Canada, in JanuaAy oi 1872, and i6 4,uAvive.d by ki& 
poAznti, thAte. 6i6teAi and two bfiotheAi. One bfiotheA, AAthuA BAeckeA, fui6ideJ> in FoAgo 
and woi pfie^ent at the iuneAaZ which woi, held Honday ioftznoon ifiom the GeAman EvangeZlcaZ 
ChuAch, Rev. Kunz conducting the. ieAvice^. JnteAment wai> made, in the. cemeteAy 6outhwti>t 
oi town. 



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VtcembeA 22, 1904 



HAPPEmNGS OT TEN YEAPS AGO W. S. AndAem wai caUzd to Ha6on City, lA., to 

attend the iunefiaZ oi hU bfiotheA, R. J. AndAeua, iofmeAty a Ke^ident oi tkU place.. 
Vecexu>e.d wai> a membeA oi the Hankinson M. W. A. camp and caAAie.d $3,000 in6uAance in the 



oAdeA.. «»»«»»««»» 



VecembeA 22, 1904 



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7 9 5 

TEN YEARS AGO Column JanuaAy o^ 1895 HU^ BeMha. Uzdzywocdidt, 77 yzoA 

otd daughJteA oi ?Ae.d MtdejuvaJbit, ditd o^ typhoZd (JeveA. 

A tele.gficm announczd the. dzaih oi MfU,. J, W. Copt at WooiteA, OH. Sfee woa ^ound 
uncon&cloui on a ile.e.p^ng cjok white. malUng a ficuMcuj j'ouAney {^fLom 1)1 a6 king ton City to Tout 
Islaujnz, IN. 

M/L4. Va\jld Sutton died on Jan. 30th US95) at the. age o£ 25 yeau. 

»««««»»»»« Januxviy 5, 7905 

An -in{^ant ckitd o^ M/i. and M^. ChoJi. TfiA.bzek, who Keyklde 60uth o^ Stiles, d^ed la&t 
Efu.da.y. The bafUaZ took place Sunday. 

*«««.»««««« JanuoAy 5, 7905 

Tfu.end& o^ Mk&. MoAy Uoi>J.eA weAe. shocked to leahn oi hen. death at the home oi hfi 
bfwthefL, A. A. AZZzn, at falnmount loAt ThuA6day. 

Veteaied waj> 41 yeau old and le/ivt& {^Ive chtidAcn, ^ouA daughteM and one 6on. 
The £uneAal wa& held SatuJuday monning at 7 7 AM. The MoA-ceA family axe well known heM., 
having fitildzd on the He Gfiay ^oAm ea&t oi town at one time. 

»«»»,»»««» JanuaJiy 5, 1905 

VEATH oi A PJONEEH 

Geofige WonneJi, Sfi. , one o^ the iVat i>zttlefii> In the Gfvexxt Bejnd countfiy, died Monday 
a^teAnoon at kl6 home tn that village, at the age 0(J 76 yeoAi. He had been troubled with 
an oithmatic a^lictlon {^oA yeoAi, and he recently contracted a &eveAe cold which hast- 
ened the end. Hii wi^e and leven surviving childfien weAe at the bedside. 

Deceased was bofm in He^sen-Va/msbach, GeAmany, on Feb. 28th, 1828, and was twice 
maAAied. He was the ^otheA o^ te.n cSUldAen, two o^ whom died 21 yeoAS ago this week duA- 
ing the diphtheAia scouAgz that, swept the GKeat Bend Countny oX that time. AnotheA son 
died about twelve yeans ago. The AesnainLng seven aAe all maAfUed except one and Azside 
in this vicinity ... .Geon.ge, John, Wm., Chas, and HeAinan WoAneA, all o^ whom aAe in business 
at GKeat Zend, fAed WofineA o^ this place, and Uas. Chas. HiXtag. 

Veceased came to the United States 45 yeoAS ago and ^inst settled in Wisconsin. TkiAty 
one yeoAS ago he moved with his family to VaJiota and settled nexiA GAtat Bend, beting one o{, 
the ofUginal seventeen ^amilie.s in the GAeat Bend colony. HeAe he has since Kc&ided, 
AeoAing a ^amiZy that has played a leading paAt in the development oi the countAy. 

Veceased was a devout membeA o^ the GeAman Evangelical ChuAch and the iuneAol wiU be 
held ^Aom the chuAch oi that iatth in GAeat Bend at 2 VM this a^teAnoon, Rev. C. A. BfiemeA 
to conduct the seAvices. 

«»««*««»»» JanuoAy 12, 1905 

t,\AS. HaveAland oi Colfax, NV., idio is well known oAound GAeat Bend, died o^ pneumonia 
last week. Rev. C. A. B^ameA was telephoned f^oA to conduct the iuneAoZ seAvices but could 

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not go on account o^ the. Ktvlval mtztlngi heAz. UUi GloKy BeAndt, Ul6i Lydia Labznow 
and Choi. Se.ba intznde.d to go too, but thz cold wzathfi kept them back. We weAe lohKy 
we couldn't be pneJient. Uu, HaveAland was a membeA o^ the EvangeZical kiiocLatlon and 
a ^aWi^ul chuAch mnkeA. 

«»«*»««»»» January 12, 1905 

Hick, Ben and ?ete Tohl have. KetuAned ^Kom Trktdonla, WI., wheAe they attended the 
^uneAoZ 0^ thziA £atheA. 

»»»«««»«»» Janaa/iy 12, 1905 

fAfu. lilm. KAouie 0^ tUnneJ>ota. Towmhlp died la6t T^iday. The iuneAol lejivlceji ueAe 
held SatuAday at Hon ChuAch. 

********** JanuoAy 12, 1905 

FATAL ACCIPEWr 
On Ffitday loit, HoAtatio TaAim and hi& itkteA itoAted ^oK Sliieton ^Kom thzAJi home 
at ^{if^AjfiQton taking with them a ihot gun. The gun lay tn the uiagon neoA them nejtting on 
the bed o^ the wagon. When ahout t^o mlleM iKom home, i>iom iome came, pnababley {,Kom the 
jaA 0(5 the wagon, the gun woi diichoAged, mangling M/l. VoAum'^ anm and ihouldeA -in a tefOiible 
mannefi. He woi huMtedly taken home by hU> llkteA and medical aid woi hastily iujmoned. It 
woA ^ound nece^iiOAjy to amputate kii aAm ad the only way o^ iavZng hii> li^e but the leveAe 
loll oi blood had weakened kirn 6o he died the iolLowlng evejiing. 

Ut. Fatjuun wai bo^n In Apleton City, MO., on ^ay 24th, 1873. He moved to RobeAXi 
County with kli, ^atheA, HoKtatio FoAnum tn H92 and lived with him until hli> iatheA died 
lome itx monthi ago. He was 31 yeoAi, 7 monthl and 6 dayi old at the time o^ hiJ> death. 
He 16 iuAvtved by one liiteA and tuo bfiotheAl who AeMlde In Iowa. 

The iuneAaZ wai held In the Woodman Halt on Honday, Rev. UilleX oUtclating and the 
fiemalni InteAAed at Ei^lngton CemeteAy. Ua. ToAnum wai one o^ the eoAJUj iettleAi having 
taken up a home^itejod in HoAt Townihip at the opening o^ the fijeJi)eAvatJ.on wheAe he hoi cont- 
inually tieJiided, the town oi F-ii^ijigton being laid out on hii ^anm. 

********** JanunAy 12, 1905 

The ia/m houie oi Geo. Hanna, ten mcdeA iouthoe^t o^ Liibon, wai buAned eoAly Tues- 
day monning, UAi. Hojnna. and two young childnen peAliking in the ^lamti. 

********** JanuoAy 12, 1905 

J. B. HeAbeAt received a teleghom SatuAday announcing the iad newi o^ the death o^ 
hii motheA, and depaxtcd the iome day ioA the old home neaA PittibuAg, PA., to attend 
the {^uneAal ....Tutiday in the AM a meMage wai deceived iAom GAjacevltle, MW., con- 

veying nem o^ the death oi Uiii Kinnamon, M/t4. HeAbeAt'i iiiteA, who hoi been veAy tow 
with comumption ioK iome time. 

Veceoied wai quite welt known heAe, having at one time been in change o{, the CewtAot 
Telephone Exchange. Wii. HeAbeAt had been with heA ioK iome timeJ> pAioK to heA death. 

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The. sympathy o^ thz tyvbUiz cormuyilty U> extzndzd to Mk. and hlu. HzAboxt -in theJA 
double. aUUcUon. »*,»,»«»»« JanaaAi/ J2, 3905 

W. G. Tabbi' ^cutheA died la&t week at the old home in UontlceJUo, MW., a^teA a 
tingeUng UlneMi. ********** January 26, 1905 

....TEN YEARS AGO Colmnn Wm. Bladow, a highily Ke^pected ^oAmeA. fiziidlng ^ouA 

mUbeM noAth o( town, died oi -inilaimaHon oi the bowelj,. 

********** TdbmoAy 2, 1905 

GREAT BENV The death o^ Mc44 Emma Maai at St. VAancl& Hospital in BxeckenAidge 

cxi6t a gloom oven, the cjoirmunity. She wo* attending ichool at Wahpeton and tooi taken iud- 
denly ill. An opeAation wcu ^ound nezeJiiafuj , and 6he did not iu/ivive. She u>cii one o^ oufi 
leading young people, popuZoA uith all, and heA sudden end wai, a gAeat 6hodz to heA many 
iAiendi. She woi a daughteA o^ (Aa. and Wti. Wm. Marw, and i6 aZio 6uAvived by one iiiteJi. 
The {jUneAol wa& held Monday at the lion ChuAch, Rev. EAeineA conducting the ieAviczk. 

********** TeJoALWiAy 2, 1905 

Many o^ oua people itiill AemembeA AlbeAt lietlou), a hal^ bAothcA ot$ Wm. Schactt and 
a 6on o{, HeAman lietlouo o^, EAandenhuAg Town&kip. He Ae-t>ided in thii, vicinity ieveAoJL 
yeoAi ago but AetuAned to Wiicon6in, and in the Juneau TeZephone book we note the death 
0(( hii estimable wi^e, M/i4. AmeXia lietlow, oi pneumonia, at the age. o^ 29 yeaAi>. 

********** febAwxAy 2, 1905 

VcteA God^Aied died at hii home on the noAth hide oi town Tuesday moAning at an 
eoAly houA at the age oi 3S yeaAi. Deceased came hcAe with a colony oi ^Aiendi iAom 
Galacyia, Au&tAia, about two yeoAi ago. 

He wa6 aiilicted with heoAt tAouble and had been iZl ioA iome time. A wi^e and 
iive childAen &uAvive him. The iuneAol was held iAom the Catholic ChuAch, Rev. Stud- 
nicka oUiciating. ********** fdbAuoAy 2. 1905 

Ww. Aagu&ta ZimmeAman, who died at the FeAgui FallJ^ Hospital, wa& bAought heAe ioA 
buAiaZ, the iuneAal taking place Wcdne.6day aiteAnoon. 

Deceased was a daughteA oi Maj,. ChaAle.6 fiebe^oAn, who makc& heA home with heA 
daughteA, HA6. HeAman Kube. VeceoJitd wa6 a 6i&ttA oi M/l4. Wm. WeJitphaZ, UAi. HeAman 
Kube and the late M-w. RobeAt HoAtltben. TuneAal icAvice^ weAe held at the GeAman Evan- 
getical ChuAch on Wednesday aiteAnoon, conducted by Rev. Kunz, and inteJment took place 
in the cemeteAy oi that iaith we^t oi town. 

********** TzbAuoAy 2, 1905 

Ak4. Celcitia A. BaAnci, motheA oi L. J. EaAnei and Mw. M. E. Cox, died at the 
home oi the latteA SatuAday moAning at 3:75 oi BAight'i dUejue. Vecexi&ed had been a 
4)UiieAeA iAom the diieoie ioA 6eveAal yeaA6, but wai, in iaiA health up to le^i> than 
two dayi oi heA death. 

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VzjczcLiejd woi boKn In New Vofik state. 66 yzaAj> ago but hhofitZy a^ttK heA. manAloQZ 
came, west, sextling at Vxeston, MM., uikeAz heA husband cLied some ^^tezn yeoAS ago. 
Since thojt time she has spent mack o^ heA time with heA cIuIdAen, having vtsiXed heAe 
o^f, and on ^oA the past thAte yeoAS. She oAfuved heAe on heA Zxist visit In OctobeA 
and Aemalned with heA chlZdAen to the time o{^ heA death. 

She Is suAvlved by thAte chlZdAen.. ..L. J. EoAnzs and Mas. M. E. Cox o^ this place, 
anda moAAled OaughteA at Mden, Ik. Owing to IZJbiess In the iamiZy the latteA was un- 
abZe. to attznd the ^uneAot, which was heZd {ffwm the Cox home on Twesday moAnlng, Rev. 
W. A. ^hltcomb conducting the seAvlceJt. JnteAment was mide In the cesneteAy ejost o^ town. 

VuAlng heA visits heAz dzcexised £ofmzd qultt a clAcZe o^ (^nlends, aZZ o£ whom extend 
sympathy to the beAeaved ones In thelA a^tlctlon. 

»•,»••«*,» febfuioAy 2, 1905 

AJiex V. Ttemington, VAobate Judge, o^ Vlckty County, died at BZtejfidaJie. on Sunday. 
He had been an InvaZid (^on. eA.ght months {,Aom muscuZoA fiheumatlsm and had to be wheeled 
about In a chalA. He had just enteAed on his ^ouAth successive teJm o^ VKobate Judge. 
He was at one time State's AXtoAney and was a candidate ^OK VlstAlct Judge In 1SS9, when 
Judge LaadeA Aectlved the nomination a^teA a deadlock light, 

• »•»«.»««« VehtuioAjy 9, 1905 

The Infant child o^ Ufi. and Uns. Wm. Knaak died Uonday o^ pneumonia. a^teA a ^ew 
days IZlness. ••»•.,,,,, FebAuo^ U, 1905 

A letteA Aecelved by W. S. AndAews o^ the local K. P. Lodge ^Aom a branch o^ the 
oKdeA at Pasadena, CA., bfilngs neiM o^ the szAlous condition o^ Paul Hawkins, ^oAmeAly 
ol this place, idio Is In the last stages o^ consumption. Ha. Hawkins was at one time In 
the employ o^ John R. Jones but le^t heAe about 7 yeoAS ago ^OA the benefit o^ kU health. 

LATER.... A teleghom Aecelved yeMteAday announces the death o^ Wi. Hawkins. Besides 
being a membeA o^ the local K. P. Lodge, he caAAled $1 ,000 li^e InsuAonce In the Endow- 
ment Rank ol the oKdeA which was kept In ^oAce. 

• »•«»»».•« TehAuaAjj U, 1905 

A thAee yeoA old daaghteA oi Ma., and Has. E. H, Eohn died Sunday o£ Inllamatlon 
0|J the bowels. The poAents have the. sympathy o^ all In theiA al^llctlon. 

• «,«••»».» TebfuioAij 23, 1905 

R. F. RogeAS, a nephew o^ Va. C. P. Spottswood, was latalZy InJuAed by an TnteA- 

uAban caA at 1:30 AM yesteAday moAnlng In Minneapolis . A teJiegfum Aecelved announces 

kis death this moKnlng. Vzceased was a medical student at the UnlveAslty and spent 

seveAol months In Hanklnson last summeA and iaZl. He made many iKiends heAe who will 

be shocked to leoAn oi his untimely death. 

«<«,«»,»•• PebAuoAy 23, J905 

TEW YEARS AGO Column John WateAhoase, {,atheA o^ the WateAhouse bAotheAS, died 

at the home o^ his son ^HilUam, South oi town, at the age. o^ 81 yeaAS. 

• «,«»,«,», jy^^ 2, 7905 

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A 4 yeoA old ^l&ttn. o^ Uu. W. J. ChapZn dltd at Endt>dA.n lndt weefe, a.{,tzK iajJiJe/ucng 

{^Kom pnexunoruA ioK iitveAoJi dayi. 

»,»»»«*,,» ^^^^^^ 2, 1905 

VEATH oi H. J. SPRAGUE 

Old fLt&ldznti uUZl be. ihocktd to Itafm o^ tut accUdzyital dzatk o^ H. J. SptvoiQat, vohldn 
occuAAzd at HoJujitvUXe., WA. , on Feb. llit. The. ^oZlouilns account o^ tht accJjdznt -ci taken 
ifvom tht ^oAijivUZt Globe.. 

An amiiually &ad accxdent occuJUied (iltdne^day a^teAJWon about 4 PM ^ the. Smith mill 
which A.e/>ulte.d tn the dzath o^ tht v-cctan thAtt houA^ lattfi. Tht btlt by which tht band 
iau ij, optfuattd and which woi not Zn uit at tht timt axu btcomtng tntangltd with tht belt 
conntctZng with tht kntt bolting machint. . Ua.. H. J. SpAagut, who&t duty It wai to opfiatt 
tht band Aow and look a^teA tht belt, ittpped ovtn. and took hold o^ tht beZt. Aa ht did 
10 hii lt(it anm wai caught, and hi& body coA/Utd with tht 6ha^t, mahing itvtfual n.tvolation&. 

A plank with which tht ltg6 camt in contact wai 6ptit. Tht It^t afm wa& toKn i$/iom 
tht body, both Itgi bfwktn and tht ^b& on tht It^t lldt cAuihtd In. Tht clothing woi tofm 
^nx>m hi6 body by tht belt, Vfi. C. E. Munn waj, irmexLiatety calltd and tht injuntd man 
coJifu-td to hii homt, whtfit ht died at 7 ?U that tvtntng. 

Ma.. Spfiagut wa& conicijoui immexiiateZy a{^ttn. tht accZdtnt happtntd and a&ktd tht men 
how it happtntd. ffe fieXaJintd coniocooinw^ unt^H uithZn ttn minutti o^ hi& death, conveA- 
^tng with hii family and txpAt66ing KtgKtt ovzA tht accJ.dtnt {^OK tht lakt oi tht {,ajnily. 

An examination o^ tht pant o^ tht milX. wheAt tht accident happtntd (^oaJLi, to i,how any 
ntgtigtnct upon tht poAt o^ tht owneAi. Tht plact wheAt tht accident occuAAtd ti, an ex- 
cttdingly dangeAous ont and extJiejnt cant iM ntctS-ioAy. 

Tht miZZ wai itopptd iimtdiattly KemainZng ikat down until a^ttA tht ^untnaZ. 

HenAy J. Spfiagut wai, bofwi in lllinoli on Junt 20^, U56, being, at tht tZmt o^ hU> 
dtath, 49 yeofu, old. Ht leaver a mothtA, a iliteA. and two bfiotheA^ IZvlng in Shawano, WI. 
Tht irmtdixitt iamiZij conl>t&t& o^ tht widow and {^vt ckiZdntn, thttt giAl6 and two boyi. 

Tht {^untnal took plact ^ficm tht CongfLtgatZonal ChuAjch, tht poitoK of^itcZatZng, 
oiilittd by Rev. W. C. King o{, tht Bapti&t ChuAch. Tht Moioncc oAdtn. o^ which tht dtctaitd 
waj) a mtmbeA, had choAgt of, tht {^untfial. 

Vtcta&td wa6 at ont timt a leading buiintl>.l> man o^ Hanhinion, tht handwanz bui)ijn.eM& 
o(^ Upham S SpAagut having bttn puAchaitd by M. A. (>lZpptnman about ttn yta/u ago. Ht alio 
itAvti 04 deputy ihtnZ{,^ undeA E. M. Jonea duAing tht latteA'i ^ixit ttnm. 

********** uaxck 9, 1905 

VERNOU Tht A.n{iant chiZd oi Ua. and MA4. kuguit Tettuon ditd iuddtnly a^ttA a bfilti 

iZZnt&i lait wtek. Tht poAtnti havt tht sympathy o^ all in thtZA btAeavemtnt. 

Tht 5 yeoA old daaghCfi o^ Ua. and UAi VeteA Kltin dZed SatuAday nJ.ght a^ttA a bnlti 

iZZntii, oi pntumonia. Tht iuntAoZ woM held Honday. Tht poAtntA havt tht sympathy oi all 

in thtU had beAtavtmtnt. * ********* Utmch 9, 1905 

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Tfie 5 weefea oLd daughtzA o£ Ma., and Maa. FA.ed BuJUiom cLLtd Sunday night o£ pntumovwa^ 
alttn. an x^neiA oi only a ^ew day/). Tkt lant/uxX. wom heJid on Uonday, thz &tn.vi.c.u being 
condactzd at thz Catkotic Chufich by Kev. lumba&ch o^ LidgtAwood. 

The. BOVy FOUNV WEAR FAIRMOUWT 
A UWieA, SP., ipzcuaZ £ay&: ....TheAz not beJjig &a^Z(U.ejit evidence to ihoui that the. 
man {^ound dead tas>t f^aZJi nejoK Wakpeton, WP. , um Jacob Johnson, mafvdeAzd noKtheadt ojj fieAe, 
a thzoKy ti advance.d that the. body wcu, that oi ElmeA Young, wanted on a woJOiant choAgtng 
hJbm uilth thz mandeA o^ Ctofige. Todd, and who li, 6uppo6zd to have. fUtZed John&on. It l6 be- 
tieved that Smith and hAJ> paZ tnnveZed noKth a^teA. buJiytng theZn. vtctin on OK man. hJj> iafm, 
and that tn a qaoAAeJL EZmeA. wa& bJJUied and tt^t tn the. whexut {^eZd wheAz he ieJit, by the 
now doubtz imndeASJi, who pKoczzded with the Johmon hofiie/, and pKopeAty. 

GREAT BEWP The. Infant chUd o^ Wi. and Hu. John Stoltnow dle.d SatuAday a£teM. a 

iew howu Wine^. The. {^antnaJi was heJLd Monday. 

New4 KexLchzd hexe taht weefe oi the. dejoth oi Ma.. UmbfieiX In thz state. o£ Washington. 
Ma4. UmbKzit te.it AjmedZateZy on KzceA.pt o^ thz neuxs. Vzczaszd opzAotzd a ^anm neoA hzfiz 
£ofi eight yeoAS and was htghty zstzemzd. Hz tz^t somz timz ago ioK Washybigton whzfiz hz 
bought a ^oAm and tntznded to xemovz hZs family. A wi{,z and 6ix chiZdn.zn anz tz£t to mouAn 
his untbnzLy death. 



*«<«»«»* 



VuxAck 16, 1905 



AndAew EAlckson died at hJiS home thfvzz miZzs noAthuizst 0i5 VeAnon this moAning at 
6 AM, a{)tz'i an iZlnzss o^ szveAoZ months. 

Vzcza^ed was about 53 yzas old and was among thz {fiASt settlzAS in thz /leseAvation, 
whzAZ hz has sincz fizsldzd. Hz Izavzs a wl^z and ^ouA 6ons, all gfiown, to mouAn thz lo&S 
0^ a lovtng husband and indulgznt ^athzfi. Thz lanznal will bz held Sunday, szAvlczs at 
thz homz at 2 PM and lateA at thz Swzdish ChuAch south zast o^ VeAnon. 

•••*'•*••* moAch U, 1905 

A thuzz yeoA old son oi ChAis Hznnzszy izll Into thz fu.veA at Wahpeton last week and 
was dAowned. Thz body iloatzd undeA thz Icz and had not bzzn iound at last KzpoKts, thou- 
gh dynamitz was beting used to bAzak thz Icz. 

• •••»»«t»« 1^^,^^ ,^^ J955 

A thAzz months old son oi Wi. and Uu. ¥Azd Stein, who Azsldz nzoA Oswald, died last 
night aitzA a shoftt Ittnzss. »»»«••*»»» UoAch 16 1905 

GREAT BEWI'....Ma.4. Edwafid Loll died suddznly on Manch 13th at hzA homz neoA Vaynzs- 
mIHz, MW. Shz was ill only a ieu houAS, having bzzn ablz to attznd chuAch on thz 12th. 
Vzczaszd was a daughtzA oi Ma. and Has. CAueXzmacheA oi this placz, and thz Kexnalns 

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weAe bAjOiigkt ktfie. {^OA. IntzAmejit. ScAvZczi, weA.e conducXtd Zn Hon Chuxck by Rev. C. A. 
S^emeA, and a laA.gz numbtn. o{, ^Klejidi weAc pfLZ&tnt to pay theJJi la^t X^ubiUe. to tkz dzad. 
Peceoierf lzavej> a. loving ha&band and thKzt cfuZdA.tn, paJLznU, ^vz bKoth&fU, and ^vz 4X4- 
tzu to mouAn hzn. Zjoii. 

• «••«•«»,» j^^^j^^^^ 23, 1905 

. The iympathy o^ a langz cJJicZz oi Hankln&on ifu.zndi li zxtzndzd to Kev. H. E. Comp- 
ton In thz losi o^ lvi& bzZovzd vil^z, wfioiz dzatk occjuJOizd at thz homz o^ hzK pan.znt& nzofi 
Ohio, IL., on Ma/ich 9tfi. VzczaiZjd uxii Zn hzn. 35th yeoK and Izavzi a ioAAOMlnQ husband and 
tuK imatt chitdfLZn. Thz ianity KZJbldzd at HankAjn&on {^OK about tuo yzoKC duAlng uiiUch timz 
Rev. Compton wal, pa&toA. o^ thz CongA.zgaUonat Chwick. Thzy lz£t hzAz tact iatt. 

********** Ma^LcA 23, 7905 

TKZd ElZu a/Lfuvzd on T/Uday {^Kom Eugene, (JR., to look a^tzfi luM {^athzn.'.t, Zntzn.- 
Zit6. FfLizndi o{, thz {^anuJiy mZt 6e painzd to Izafin 0(J thz dzath oi Ufu>. J. L. EZLU, 
Tfizd'^ motkzn., whJich occuxtd a coaplz o^ monthi, ago a^tzA. a ihoAt iZl.nzt>it oi pnzxmoMji. 

Thz EZtU family wzKZ among thz zoAJU-Zit izttlzAi tn thU Kzgton, but moved to 
OKzgon a zouplz o^ yzau ago. •««••»«««» MoAcA. 23 J905 

PIEP; ...Ro44, baby ion o{, Hfi. and UfiS. ^Itbzx Weapon, on SatuAday zvznZng, MoAc/i 

TSth, at thz agz o^ zZzvzn months, TnzumonAjO. u)a& thz caaiz o^ thz titttz onz'& dzath. 

Thz iunzAjoi uxLi hztd on Monday, Rev. Wkitcomb conducting thz IZfivtczs. Thz sympathy o^ 

alt ti zxtzndzd to thz bzAzavzd poAznts. 

• •»««,«»,» ^^j^^ 23, 7905 

A me44age wa4 Azcelvzd Tfu.day zvzning announcJing thz dzath o^ thz agzd ^athzfi oi 
Chat,., HzMman and John KAaasz at thz old homz tn iliacon&tn. 

* ********* MoAcA 30, 7905 

Oscan. Osland, 6on oi Viz Oslund, dizd vzAy luddznly at EfwobZyn, W., on Uanch 17th. 
Thz Kzmainl, vdzaz tnteJOizd In thz Suizdl&h Czmztzny hztz. 
l/ERWON.... ••,•••»»,• t^cLAch 30, 7905 

VERNON.... Jacob Haagzn'& baby, agzd thKZZ monthi, dizd on tiu \aay homz inam a nzlgh- 
bofi'l, wfieAe tkzjj had bzzn vlslMjig. Thz poAzntl havz thz lympatiiy oi oil In thzlfi bzn.zavz- 
g^jj^^ *******^** fAcAch 30, 7905 

KoAl Wzilzy, 4 months old baby oi M/l. and Uu. CoaI VobbzfUbtUn oi Uinnz&ota Township, 

TiobzAts County, dlzd this uzzk aitzt an llLnzss oi a iJew daijS. 

********** KpfuJL b, 7905 

Thz tu]0 yzoA old son oi Va. and Um. V^obVit ^zlnkaxii dlzd last Sunday oi Vnzumonia. 
Thz iamiJLy Kzsldzs Ughtzai milzs louthczst oi hzKZ and thz iunzAol um hztd Tuzsday ifwm 
thz (kJman ChuAch nzoA by. Rev. Kunz oi this ptacz conducting thz sznvlczs. 

********** kpKil 6, 7905 

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The. iwo ytoA. old child o£ RobeAt Wzlnkau^ died Sunday and woi biuu.e.d Tauday in ike. 
cemetexjy jait acAo44 in Soivth Vakota. The i,ympathy 0(5 aiZ it, extended to the beAeaved 
ianiZy ....ELWA... •••.••,«•» ^p^^^ ^^ jg^5 

An inf^ant child ojj Ma., and Mti. Adotph GAiepentnog died ye/>teAday, at the age o^ 
iive day&. * * * * * ^p^^^ ^^ 19^,5 

A thxee yeax old chiZd o^ Ma., and Maa. T. M. Stovey died Tuesday at the ^anUZy home 

eighteen milt& ^outhuitit o^ hefie. 

«».««,«««» f^,jj^ ^^ J9J5 

ChoAlti) Wilhelm, a tAaveling man, mai> it/iuck by the Soo ilyen. at Kensal and initantly 
killed ThuAJ,day evening. The dfviveA 0(J the fiig escaped. Ma.. WilheXm told lub/Licating oili 
and automobiles and had been driving in the countfiy, /uetujuning about 9 PM. H-c6 dAJiveJi i& 
/toia. to have inZed to bejot the paj>i>engeK t^iain acJios6 the tnack when the tnain &tKuck the 
nig. Wilhelm'i body wa4 thhovin on the piJLot oi the engine and voith the Kemaini o^ the hi.g 
coAJiied to the station. He uxu dead wfien tiesnoved. 

The ijn{^ant child, o^ Ma., and UfiM. Gust Benndt died Sunday night a^teA a bJiie^ exist- 
ence o{, eight days. The pa/ients have the sympathy OjJ all in the loss oi theiA baby. 
GREAT BEND.... •,•«,.»»»• ^p^^^ J3^ j^^j 

Rooney, the muAdenen. 0(J HovooAd Sweet at FaKgo, has ^OA the thiAd time been sentenced 
to hang, and Oct. 17 th has 6een iJoced as the date iofi his execution. Realizing that sui- 
cide was the only means by which he could hope to cheat the gallows, Rooney gashed his 
MfUst with a penknife in the TaAgo jail but the guaAds {,fiustAated his attempt to die. 

He has been, taken, to the BlsmoAck penitentioJiy wheAe the execution will take place. 
The case has a local interest as Rooney dAove a milk wagon heAe Ion. Will f^osieA jJoua yeaA.s 
ago {ofL a shont time. StAJxnge to fielate, the tuo men afie. now fellow p/iisoneAS at the 
penitentioAy . 

VEATHS OF THE WEEK 
MA.A. CoAa Tnundt 
Vied, at the home o( Wis. UaAjj Hayden, hen. daughten, on Kpnil Sth, 1905, Ma4. Vonjo. 
Vnundt, at the age oi 80 yeoAs, o^ la gnippe. 

She leaves one son, John Tnundt o^ Gneen{^ieXd Town&hip, and ^oun daughtens: h\ns Uanjy 
Hayden o^ this place, Wv&. Vona. StoAA and Uns. Anna Tinlay o^ Uason City, lA. , and Uns. 
Etma Steen o^ iCinkhoven, MN., besides nineteen gnnndchiZdnen and six gneat-gnandchildAen. 
Hen nemcilns wene taken ^on intenment in the cesneteny nean hen old home and by the side o{, 
hen husband at Pontage, WJ. Uns. Hayden and Ma. John Tnundt accompanied the nemains (^nom 
hene on Satunday, Apnil Sth. 

So pass the old land manks. 

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CARP 0(J THAWKS....We uilih to Zhank thz kAJid lAltndi> who io thougkt£uU.y KzndeAtd 
aii ho muck a64'C4^C<ince. -en ihe. tcut ^JUbiUh o^ ouA. deoA. mothzn, 

UoAjf Haydzn 
John FKundt 
OlUz V. Tontz 

EPA BLAPOW 

Eda., tht 15 yexUL old daughtzfi o^ UK. and Mw. Aaga&t Zladow, dA.e.d cut tkz homz o(^ hex 
pafiejuti in. SfuindznbuAg Tou)n&hlp yt&tfiday moKnZng ojj aaitt nJimmatUm, ^Aom which 6hz hud 
bttn a &u^^eA.eA {^OK 6omz -tone. Peceofied uxu, highly fieJ>pzcXzd and heA antimeZy tnd iM a 
gfvmt ihock to a laJvge. ciKcle. 0(J ^fLizndi oi wtll ad thz immzdiatz mtmbtu o^ thz lamcZy. 

The ^uneAaJL will be. htld SaJtUfiday a^texnoon ^m thz home.. Rev. Kunz to condwct thz 
hexvict. ,»•,»••,., ^p^^ j3^ ,905 

Ugax, tht £ivt wzzki old ion o^ Wi. and UK&. H. M, TeJUhaum oi ^nnt&ota Town&hip^ 
HobeAti County, ditd la£,t Vfiiday moaning o^ bfionciuMj> af^tzA. an iXtneMh o£ a dew dayi. 
Thz {^unzAoZ wai hzLd Sunday a^tzAnoon ^Kom. thz LuthzAon ChuAch o^ whicM. Reu. KZuttzA ii> 
pa/>tofL. »«,,•«,,«• ^p^^ 20, 1905 

Ujh,. CanZ TzJbeZcoKn, [Tizhztkofufi] , thz agzd mothzK o^ Mta. Wm. lilz&tphaZ and UfU>. 
HzAman Kubz, dizd at thz homz o^ hex ion-in-laui, liobznt HaAtZehzn, on Sunday a{,tzA a lingzx- 
ing ilZnzii. Vzczaizd with hzx hu&band was among thz zaxly izttlexk and thz lattzA paiAzd 
away at a fiipz old agz a couplz o^ yzaXS, ago. 

Vzcexuzd. was hzld in high z/itzzm and thz iunexat on Wzdnziday a{^texnoon wai laxgzly 

attzndzd. Thz dzxvicz was hzld ijn. thz Gzfmoji EvangeZical Chuxch, Reu. Kunz ol^icMiting, 

and thz Azmaini weA-e laid to /LZ£t be^idz thoiz oi hex haiband in thz czmztzxy iouthwz&t 

0^ town. 

».««•»».«• ^p,^ 20, 1905 

A tzlzgfum wcw fiZczZvzd yz&tzxday announcing thz death o^ Euan Jonei, {^athex oi thz 
JonzJt, bfiothzu oi thijb placz, at hiM homz in. Uzznah, WJ. VzczA&zd had bzzn in patting 
hzalth A-otce la&t ^all and wan, Kzczntly opzxatzd on ioK an aiitiction of, thz kidnzys, which 
aiioKdzd only tzmpoAoxy fizLLzi. 

Vzcza&zd woi boKn in Walz& 78 yzax6 ago and camz to Amextca whzn hz wa6 26 yza/Ui old, 
izttZJing at Uzznah, WJ., in 1S53. Two yeaxh latex hz wai, mxnJizd and thz wi^z iuAvivti, him. 
Had hz lived till next lurmex thzix goldzn wzdding would havz bzzn czlebnnted. His zntixz 
manxizd li^z wa& 6pznt in Nzznah and hz pae,£zd away in thz 6an\z houtz in which hU zZzvzn 
chiXdxzn wexz bofin. Tzn oi thz6z OAZ ituZl Living and atl wiZt bz pKzaznt at thz iunzAat 
which wilt bz hzld tomoKfww. 

VzczA&zd was onz oi thz pionzexi oi Uzznah and wo* oi thz thxiity natuxz ioK which 

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hl6 count/umen ate nottd. He £eavei an z&tate. 0(J 300 acAei adjacznt to the. city ojj Neena/i. 

The 4uAv.cv^ dtildnzn oJie. John R, Evan M., Jonadab J., Vav-Ld J., Wm., VanlzJi R., 
RobeA/C, Ee.njaniLn, EZtzn and Katz. 

«••«•«.«*, ^p,^^ 20, J905 

GREAT BEWP T/ie Infant druM oi Vji. and Ihu. Choi,. SzdJLcA dlzd la6t weefe. Tfie 

ianaAjol woa heZd Monday. ••««•,««,* Ap/ua 27 7905 

M. E. Cox woi caJULzd to Wyoming, IL., loit weefe owcng to ^e Xttne^i o^ a il&ttfi. 
We AeacAed i/ie bexL6ldt SatuAday and thz {^ottoviinQ day iho. pai&exi away. 

• ••«••,,«* ^p,^ 27, 1905 

Tfie ln{^ant child oi Uk. and UfU>. Chas. Witt, Jfi., died yt&teAday mofinlng. The 
iuneJial l6 beljiQ heZd today (J-wm the. home, haZ^ a mite, iouth o£ MantadoK. 

»,«•••*.«» ^p,^ 27, 1905 

Lynn Botti, a 14 yeJxA. old boy In the employ oi E. M. StKonQ on hli iaJm louJdmeit 
oi town, wa6 kicked In the. iace. by a 6klttl&h colt loit Tfilday evening and died at the. 
ho&pltal Tue/iday night a& a Ktsutt oi the Injunlti sustained. 

The lad wai con&cloai up to Sunday and hli condition wai not con&ldeAed dangeAoui. 
The ioA.ce oi the kick had bAoken the no6e. bonzi and t^eveJial itlZcheM uoeAt neceMioAij to cloie 
a cat on the membeA. OtheAuil&e the. iace. imls but &llghtiully dliilguAcd.. 

The boy had made hie, home with the StAong iamlly ioA the poit thAce yexiu, but hli, 
motheA ACJildeJt at Oake/>, and the body woi taken to OakeJ, thl& moAnlng by Ha. StAong ioA 
InteAment. •««»».«•,« Hay 4, 1905 

TEN YEARS AGO Column. ...EdwoAd Pautz, a ianmeA J,outh oi town, wai kllZed In a quoAAeZ 
with a nelghboA....oA died a iew houA& latex iAom InjuAle^ Accelved to a quoAAel. . .oveA a 
cali. Vautz wai iound to have, been the aggAt&^oA and the killing woi done In i,eZi deienhe. 

[189S] •«•.»•,»«• Hay 11, 7905 

l/ERMOW....Wo/icf hoi been Accelved hexe. oi the death oi Ha6. CoAAle. FaAZand at the 
homz oi heA ion-ln-laui, VeteA Aadland, weJ,t oi town. VeceoMed wai, about 80 yeau old. 

•»•»»,,«,» May 18, 7905 

VERNON.... 0. J. and J. J. Holm Aecelved the lad newi laMt Honday that thelx motheA 
had died at Kemlngton, UN. She. wai, 62 yeoAi, old. They leit ImmedlateJiy ioA that place 
to be pAc&ent at the iuMAol. «».t»«*«»« ^^ jg jg^5 

Ufu. CoAnle FaAland passed away Tuesday aiteAnoon at the home oi hex lon-ln-lau, 

Vetex Aadland, 14 mlteJ, louthwe&t oi town, at the age oi SI yeaxb. Veceoked wot, a native 

oi NoAway and ioA the palt eight yeaxi,, ilnce the death oi heA hu/^bana, had made hex home 

with the Aadland iamHy. She li iuAvlved by tbiee chlldAen. . .HAi . Aadland, Thoi,. FaAland 

and a daaghtex In the old countxy. The iunexal will be held today iAom the ToAklnctad 

ChuAch iiouth oi the Aadland home. 

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M^. KazhZ, nothoA. o^ Augu&t Kudil, cUtd at thz IcuUex'^ komz ^n Waldo Town^fiip 
IcL&t FfUdaif night, at tkz age o^ 83 yzafu,. 

VzczoMzd had madz hzA homz viitk hex ion ^ox a rumbtfi oiJ ytaju. The. lanejiaZ. wcui heJid 
Sunday, izfivijcu btlng conducted cut the. GeAman EvangeLicat ChuAch by Reu. Kanz. 

«,•«,«•»«« May J 8, 1905 

SUICIPE by SHOOTING 
John Hagtn Endzd tliit Lc£e cacC/i a ZL£le. EalZ Eafiiy Tku Hofining. 
WAS OWNER OF THE EVERETT GREEN FARM 
No Motive Known ^OK the. Ra&h Act....Jnque/>t to be Held Thl& A{^teAnoon 

John Hage.n committed i,uJ.CAjie by shooting hlnUteti thAoagh the head at about daybfitak 
tkili moKnlng. The tAagedy occufiAed on the old EveAttt Gfieen {,aftm thtee and a haJil mlte& 
6outheja&t oi toun. The weapon uied woi a 32 catibfLZ MoAJLLn fil^le, the baZZ entefving jolt 
■in ^Aont oi the Alight eoA. and coming out at a point above the te.it eaJi. Vexith emucd ad)out 
tuio houu JUattn.. 

HfU>. Hagzn (Vvoie about daybKea.k, djie^ied and went out to the bann. On Ketuh.nA.ng a 
ieui momentii lateA. 6he hexxAd the KepoKt oi a fU^te, and entttZng the bednoom, wheA.e ihe had 
te.it hen. hu&band a ihoKt time fae^o^e, {ound him tying In a poot oi btood on the itooK uuMi 
a gaping wound In the head and the. 6mokljig Klite. beside him. He wai unconicloul) but 6tltZ 
ative, and the eZdeJ>t 6on wa& dispatched ioK medlcat old. Vn.. Voung huAJiled to the scene 
but Hagen waM beyond human aJid and passed away hati an houA lateK. 

CononeA Kltety has been notiiled and -6s expected up ifiom TalAmount today to hotd an 
Inquest. TheJie seems to be an absolute lack oi motbie and the deed must have been the le- 
sutt oi temponoAy Insanity. 

Hagen purchased the. Gheen place., which Is nonth oi Lightning's Nest, just a yexui ago 
and came up iAom South Dakota with his iamlly last September. He was a thntity GeJiman and 
In easy clucumstanceJt ilnanctatly. He had In a toAge cAop acAeage and the gAoln on the 
place Is looking ilne. He had an excellent standing with the local business conceAns and 
the tAagedy has cAeated a sensation. He leavts a wlie and hati a dozen ckitdAen and his 
domestic KeJLattons have always be.en pleasant so ioA as known. 

It lj> AepoAted that Hage.n made an attempt at seZi destAuctlon In South Vakota by hang- 
ing seveAol yeoAS ago. Deceased was a man somewhat undeA ility yeoAS oi age. 

LATER.... The NEWS man accompanied CoAoneA Kltety to the Hagen home this aiteAnoon, 
and the iacts oAe. substantially as above stated. Hagen ieaAed he had appendicitis and 
AathzA than undeAgo an opeAotion dzclded to commit suicide. The deed was pAemedltated as 
the chtldAen saw him taking sheZls ioA the gun iAom a dAoweA last night. The. CoAoneA dec- 
ided an Inquest was unnecessoAy. 

Hagen had pAevlously made thAet attempts at hanging, the last about thAee yeans ago. 

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The. ^ouA. moniki old Aon o^ Ha., and Maa. LoijUj> Lenzen, one. o£ the Xiauii xectntly 
boAn to them, died o^ pneumonia, ffu.da.ij moKn^ng aiJteA an UJineJ>i> oi a ijew day4. The {,uneARl 
iMLi held Sunday ^Kom thz CatiioVx. ChuAch. The. poAznti have the. sympathy oi all in tkeln. 
beAexivemtnt. •...••,»,* Hay 2S, 1905 

VERWN.... The l>ad 6wicJ.de o^ young WalteJi Ttvacy Zn the loutheKn pant o{^ thu town- 
ship woi a shock to his many ^fU-ends. Veceased, In a state o£ acute melancholia, {^ln.e.d a 
Kevolvefi bullet thAough his heoAt., the. body being ^ound the following day In the (^leZd a 
shoAt distance iAom the home o{, his paneMts, Ha. and Has, V. H. TAAcy, The. ^uneAal ims 
attended by a loAge mmbeA o^ soAAouilng {^Alends. 

•*•«.»»««» May 25, 1905 

SAP ATTEMPT at SUICWE 
Has. Jame£ Buaaows AdmlnlsteAed Laudanum to HeASeZ^ and ChlZdAeM 

4 SejxA Old Boy Vies ^Aom Ei{|Jec^ 
Un^oAtunate HotheA Is Cormttted to Tnsanz Hospital at 3amestovon 

Mw. JameJi Buaaows, In a {^It o^ Insanity o{, the melancholy kind, attempted to make 
auxiy uilth heA own ll^e and that o£ thAte OjJ heA chlZdAen by admlnlsteAing laudanum Monday 
moAnlng. The yountst duZd, Kenntth, aged ^ouA yeoAS, dle.d {^Aom the e^^cctu, o^ the poison, 
but the lives 0^ the motkex and otheA chUidAen weAe. saved, 

FAom what has developed since.. It waa evidently the Intention o^ the motheA to dej>tAoy 
heASeZi °-*^'^ l^^ thAze youngzst chlldAen. In this she was unknowingly thwaAted by Ha. Buaaows 
who took two 0(5 the chlldAen with him on a dAlvz Into the countAy Honday a£teAnoan. As eoAiy 
as S AM the motheA gave Wtllle, the oldzst, a dose o^ cough medloine, but he detected the 
taste 0)5 laudnaim and Spat It out, as did Jlmmle, the second at about the same time. A 
tittle lateA a dose was given to Kennetk, the youngest boy, who was ^ouA yeoAS old last Jan- 
uoAy. AccoAding to the motheA's statement the child lapsed Into a deep slzep about 11 AM 
{^Aom which he neveA awoke. The houA at whlcJi Has. Buaaows took the potion Is not known. 
When Jlmmle oAAived home at suppeA time he. {^ound thz motheA and tittle son lying unconscious 
on the bed. Going to the boAn he In^oAmed the ^athzA who had juSt AetuAned. Va. Voung 
was summoned but the cKild was beyond human old and the spaAk o^ ti^e went out shoAtly 
af^teA the doctoA's oAAlval. The motheA was Aevlved but a delay 0|$ twenty minutes moAe 
would have pAobably Aesulted In heA death. 

She was coAeiully guaAded to pAevent any {^uAthen. attempt at seZ^ destAuctlon, and 
the county authonltles we^e notified. CoAxjneA KlteZy oAAlved {,Aom TalAmount Tuesday noon 
and an Inquest was held oveA the body oi the dead child, the juAoas being J. W. HoAgAave, 
HeAman BAandt and J. V. GAeene. A({.teA vleuUng the Aemalns and examining as witnesses, Va. 
Voung, James Buaaows, the ^athzA, kiltie Buaaows, H. A. WlppeAman and Has. Ceo. CoAA, the 
juAy fiound that the child Kenneth came to his death £Ajom Laudanum admlnlsteAed wlll{iUlty 
by the motheA. 

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The. IwneAjoJL woi hzld Wedntiday mofuiing, iZAvlceM beAjig conductzd in thz CathoLic 
ChuAck by Rev. Joi. F. Stadruxika., and wa4 cuttzndtd by tkt paAtnti and chZtdfizn, a &iMtVi 
ol Mw. BuAAowi, wfio afUuxeA ^nom SafLgznt County on btlng notif^exi o£ the. tAjige.dij, and a 
lofigt mmbzA 0($ ^fu.znd& . Tht Kejmln& weAe laZd to Ktst In the, CatholZc CejneXtny. 

The. an{^o>itwnatz motkeA hoe, 6een -en a meZanchoZy ^hnme. o{, mind ^OK some, thne., and thz 
Kexaon iht gZvzs {^on heA Aa&h act -c6 thaX. 6hz did not want heM. chitdA.eji to glow to manhood 
andeji the. tvZt -oi^^uences thfioum oAound tJiejn hsAZ. Tfuca had pxtytd on heA mind ^OK monthly, 
and on tujo ok thAze pAZvlooi occa&loni 4fie had attemptzd to poison 6omz o£ thz chJJLdAzn 
by admlnAj,tzAlng laudanum In co{^zz and cough mzdlcMiz. 

M/Li. EUAA0UJ6 UXI& taken to OJahpzton In custody oi SheAl^l Robbing yeJ>teAday. An zxam- 
inatlon by thz booAd oi In^anAXy Az&uZtzd In heJi commitment to thz asylum, and 6hz uiai takzn 
to Jamzitoujn last nlghi., accompanlzd by thz shznl^ and heA. husband, 

Thz dzepzit sympathy Is ieZt thAoughout thz community {^OA thz husband and ^ouA Aejrcuin- 
Ing 4>onS In thzOi gAzat a^llctlon. 

SOO TRAIN KILLS R. R. LABORER 

Jack Glzason, a lahoAZA on thz Soo'6 tAack laying gang, was InstantZy lulZzd by Soo 
pas^zngeA tAoin 107 noAth bound last zvznlng, on a cuAvz this sldz o^ HanXadoA. 

VztcuJis OAZ lackZng but {^Aom what thz hIEOJS can IzoAn thz man wis Intaiuicjatzd and had 
^aZZzn aslzzp on thz tAack. Thz tAoln wa6 latz hzAz and may havz bzzn Aunning ahead o^ 
6chzduZz tonz. TuAnlng thz cuAvz, thz pAoitAatz man taas izzn too latz to stop thz tAoln. 

Thz body was taken to OJyndmzAZ whzAZ a coAonzA's Inquzst Is being heZd today. 
Littlz Is known o{^ thz dead man as so ^aA as can bz IzoAnzd hz had no (Klznd^ OA AzlatLvzs. 

M/L4. Rushz, onz o£ thz hlstoAlc choAactzAS o^ the Red RlvzA VaULzy, dJizd at St. Vin- 
cent Azczntly. Shz was 108 yzoAS old, undoubtedly thz oldzst pzASon In thz htjatz. 

\klt,h Ruth Kylz, eldzst daaghteA 0)5 MA., and t^AS. R. G. Kylz, dlzd at hzA homz In Hpls., 
last weefe, at the agz 0(J 79 yzoAS. Ma. Kylz was {^ofimeAly 6. N. agznt hzAz ioA a mmbzA oi 
yzjOAS and thz dzczaszd wWi bz AemembeAzd as a llttZz glAl by old Azsldents. 

S7T5ANGE MURPER and SUICIPE 
WHEATOW, MN May Ibth. .. .kntorun. SzldznstlckzA, thz 15 yzoA old daaghteA oi FAzd 
SzldznstlckeA, pomlnznt In this city, shot and klZlzd hzA loveA, Herman SchzH, yzsteAday 
aitzAnoon, and then ihot hzAseZi, suppoizdly In a loveAS quaAAzl. 

Thzy weAz dAlvlng and thz shooting occuAAzd somz iouA mllzs south oi Whzaton at about 
1 f^. The glfiZ Is wounded In thz abdomzn, but Is ittJJil aLivz and iays, that 6hz klllzd thz 
man and shot heAseli, and that thzy wlshzd to dZz togzthzA, Shz has a chancz to azcovza, 
Shz boKAowed thz AzvolveA iAom a hoAduaAz stoAz hzAz yzStzAday aiteJinoon. 

,»•»»».*•. jj^g^ j^ J905 

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Hu. John G. VauZ&on died at hvi homz Jjn. CACzn^eZd TowmiUp yziteJiday moKning 
o-i^tzA itu^^iAJjig £oK 4eveAa£ months £Kom canceJi o^ tht stomach. VzctcUitd iMU, 67 yzivu o^ 
age. and wa4 one o^ the. exuiZZut izXtZzKl, /ji tlnJj> Ke.gion. Sht aJs Aotv/ued by hdA hjuband 
and thAze. duZdJitn. . .Wu . Ga&t ?zX.eA&on o^ VeAnon, GlibeAt Vaulton o{, VeAnon and Chxie,. 
PauZion 0(5 G^eeniJieZd. 

Peceoied mu gKzatZy beZove.d by aZZ who knew heA and a. ho£t o^ ^fu.e.nd6 moiuin heA 
toi&. The. limeAol mJit be. heZd tomo/Oiovo ifwm the. LutheAan Chu/Lck 6ouXii o^ VeAnon. 

A 6zven yeoA old. ion o^ Wi. and Ua&. VeXeA KteAJi die.d at the. Har^ujru,on Hoipitat 
Tutiday moAJUjig a^teA. la^^eAZng ^OK izveAaJi monthi {fuim a compticatlon o{ dAopiy and 
hejOAt tAoixbZt. ThZ& lAz&h beAeAvemznt £diZoM& dole, on the. dexith ol a iJ-cve yeoA old 
dauughteA and the. itAyidiejn. lamity have the heoAt^eJLt lympaXJiy o£ a loAge. cuAcJit ojj iiJizndii. 

MTSS RUTH fCVLE 

Tfee oldeA AJihabZtantl o^ HanfUnlon villi, douhtle£&, cxUZ to /lemembfiance. the young 

lady, beofUng thz above, name.; buX. thty uxLtl bKlng heA back to thexK memory not ai a young 

lady, though KOitheA aj> a iwzeX and meefe little. glnZ, playing In thelA itAzetl, ajnd gKett- 

Ing any one that chanced to irnzt heA uilth a kind wofuL and plexiiant imLlz. She. woi thz 

eZdt&t daughteA 0(J Ma. and M^. HobeAZ Kylz, uAo Aeilded {,0A many yeoAi In the town OjJ 

Hanklnion. kboui 10 yeoAl ago thz family movtd to ULnnzapolli. In the laid city, Ruth 

iMi tducatcd and tAolnzd ^oA thz poiltlon which ihz held e{^ilclejvtZy and honohably , until 

ihz wai tAuck down by a dlieaiz, ok /uatheA a complication o^ dliexnei, which In couuz o^ 

tlmz teAmlnatzd {^atatly. Shz become Indllpoied on Match 5th; and heA Indl&poilMjon g/iew 

and IncAzaizd In Intznilty and pain, until ihz wai Aztizved by the Angel o£ Vejoth on Hay 

22nd. Shz boKz hZA a{^^tictlon patlzntly and wai hopz{,ul o^ Kzcovzfiy aJbnoit tx> the houA 

0(5 hzA dliiolatlon. HzA ^uneAol took placz the following ThuAlday a^tzAnoon; and iht wai 

laid to Kzit In onz 0)J thz loveZleit cemeXzAlzi ojj which Hinnzapolll may nightly boait, 

whlZz at thz lamz tlmz thz extzfiloA o^ heA "Slzzplng ChambzA" wai coploully baptlzzd with 

thz hzoAt'i team o^ muttltadzi o^ ^filzndi. Thz day wai beautiful, thz gKzzniwaJid wai 

at Iti bzit, thz tAZZl woAz thzlA belt Kobzi, thz lloweAl wzaz In ^ulZ bloom, and thz 

blAdl coAolZed znchantlngly , fizmlndlng onz o^ a bztteA day In thz would o^ ztztnal lumneA. 

Thz {^uneAal leAvlczi weAz conducted at BeXhany CongAzgatlonal ChuAch, Ulnnzapotil , 

by Rev. M. B. MofuUi, o^ l^pll., and Rev. V. T. Jznklnl, Ezthany ChuAch, St. Paul [{^ofmeAly 

oi Hajnklnlon] . Two bzauXl^ul loloi wzaz lung by Hni. ?Aatt, Hill Ruth'l mullc teacheA, 

Thz latteA lolo zntltZzd, "I Shall See Him" wai Hill lluth'l ^avoAltz, and ihz had. In 

yzoAi pait, o{^tzn lung It at Bethany Chafich, o^ which ihz wai a membzA. The ^uneAol wai 

\JZAy toAgz; and thz pAo{^ullon o^ {^loweAi l/umzd In dlvzAlz gzomeXAlcat ^guAzi Indicated 

plalnty that thz dzczaizd oncz occupied a high and waAm placz In thz a^zctlonl o{i a loAgz 

clAclz 0(5 ^Alzndi. Hay hex lout KeJ>t In peacz. 

• ««»••,»,* Jf^*^ '5, 7905 

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HeAmon fUecfe, a GeAman {^aMmzA. nzoA SZl>6eXon, wa4 itAuck by JLightrujig and ZrUitarvt- 
Zy tUZtzd ifklLe. KeXuArUng home, f^fuom town dufujng one. o^ the. ito/imi la&t wteJi. HZ& compan- 
AJ)n ir. the. icum iZjOt wo* 4,tuyine.d but zicaped uUth no ieAZoas KeJ>uJit&. 

.«.«•,»»•» June 22, ms 

Chilli, VasneJuiJi, one. o£ the. plonteA hcuidunne. dexuZeM o^ Wahpeton and at ont timt 
iyittfieMted in Kexit tstatz In tkU vicZntty, ditd at an advance.d age la&t weefe Zn Catil- 
ofWAjj., vihext he. had a vaZuabZe ifuxXX iofm. 

»««*««». t» j^yj^ 22, 7905 

Wu,. F. 0. HungeJi KeXuxntd Thauday {,fiom Na&hua, MN., uheAz 6he uioi caZled by the 
ZtZnej^i and i,ubieqaejit death oi a KttatLve.. 

»«««•«,»,» jj^^ 29, 1905 

W. A. GogitetteA Azcelved a me^i^age. SatuAdaay announcing the. death o^ hJu iatkeA 
at. Hat-clu,nAon, MM. Vecexi&ed had be.eji ZIZ ^oA. iomz time uiith Ajn.iZajnmitA.on oi the btaddeA 
and hZd death wa& not a i,uApnJj>e. He wac 63 yeafu otd and -is ^uAvived by a uilie and nine 
chtZdAen. Hfi. Gog&teXteA teit Saturday night to attejid the iuneAoZ. 

• ««»»»»««« j^^ 29, 7905 

FKZd O^tbeAt, a labofieA on the Soo 6teeJt gang, died at the hohpitat on Tuz6day 
moaning oi typhoid ieveA. Veceaied teavei a iairUZy in Nofiwatf and a bkothen. in Uichigan. 
He Moi bunied Tuziday in the cemeX.eAtf ea&t oi town at the cxiunty^i expeji&e. 

»»«.«%««** J^^^ 29, 7905 

The eommunity ua& shocked lajit SaXwiday mofining to teoAn oi the death oi Cha/itty, 
the tittle ion oi Hn.. and Ufi&. W. J. Chapin. The little one. uoi itnicken with diptheAla 
eanJiy in the weefe but hi^ conditixin wai not comideAed dangeAoui until within a iew houM 
oi the end. little ChoAley woi the tight oi the household and the sympathy iett ion. the 
beAeaved pa/Lent& cannot be expKeJti,ed in woAd6. The xemaim, weAe shipped to EndeALin ion. 
inteAment, whefie the iuneAol took place, on Sunday. 

Ma., and Ww. Chapin deJ>iAe thuough the HEWS to expfie£>i tkeiK gfiatutude to iniendi, 
and neighbor, who 4o kindly tendeAed theiA iteAvicts duAijng the dank houA& oi thein. beAz- 
ovemeMt. •«»•»*,««, j^^^ 29, 7905 

Thn.ee oi the quadnapleti bonn to Hn.. and Ua&. Eugene V.eiZly oi LaUouAZ recently , 

have died. «»«»••»«,« 

July 6, 7905 

Augu&t F. PeteAi, a pnominent ianmeA oi VeViUo Twp. , died SatuAday inom thz 
eiiecti oi a coAbuncle at the bai,e oi hi& ikull. 

The two weeJii, old child oi Hn.. and Hn.&. Tn.ed VebbeAt died Wednesday, July 5th, 
aiteA an AllneM oi a iew houAi. 

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WluJLe. mowoig weedi about hJU baJin loJit Hondajj mofining, Anton KndzMMon, a. Roniom 
County {^cumeA, fian oueA ftc6 ^ouA. yeoA. otd boy, cuuttLng o^^ both Itg^) abovz the. biee4. 
TKe boy and an oldeA iZ&ttn. weAe hunting ^on. eggi aji the. taZt wtedi wfien the. qIkZ htand 
the mouieA. appAoacfUng and e.ndea.voKe.d to ^ave. hex bnxitheA, but wa5 too tote. The boy li> 
not expected to tive. ««»«••,»«» j^^^ 20 7905 

GREAT BEWP....MA4. Htnnle Eoelke, wi^e o{, PauZ Boetfee, dted at hen home. Vionday 
nZght afjteA. iu^f^efUng itxjejuxt months uolth consumption. Vecea&ed uxis a daughteA od Ma.. 
and UfU. Hfman Eohn and wa& a bfUde o^ tess than a yeoA. 

She had spent most o^ heJi ZJiie in tht& vJicjuuty, wfiete hex untimety end Zs mouAned 
by att. The ^unefuit uxu, held thAJ, [ThuAsday] moAnAJig, the. lexvlce beting conducted by Rev. 
T. ULnk at the GeAman Luthexan ChuAch, and the. AemaJjis wexe {,olZowed to thelA last Aesting 

place by a toAge concouAMZ o^ soAAowlng iAtends. 

• «»,»«, »t» jfjj^j 20, T905 

A hofuUbte accident occuAAed tajst week neax Comstock., the otheA itde o^ Wahpeton. 
The. tittle tuo yeax old daughteA of, Ha. and Mw. G. N. Roeji was playing on a hayAack and 
■in some way ieZl between the boajids and was caught by the head and stAangled to death. 

,•»,«•»«•» j^ 27, 1905 

ElmeA Rodin, an 18 yeoA old boy, was taken with cAamps while swimming in the CAeek 
neoA PeeveA, ST., on the 16th o^ July, and was dnowned be^oAe his companions could Kescjue 
him. Iht young man was a ^Aiend and ^ofimeA playmate o^ AAthuA VeteASon of^ this place. 

«»»»»«.««, J^J^y 27, 7905 

Vied, at Hankinson, on Wednesday night, July tSth, Wis. Uina TeckneA, wi^z Oi$ F/uinfe 
FeckneA, at the age 0($ 32 yeoAS, one month and eZeven days. Vecejosed was bAought in to 
the hospttal on July 15th suHeAing ^Aom blood poisoning, and despite the best o£ medi.cal 
Skill she slowly sank until the end came at midnight. 

Deceased was a daughteA o^ Uns. CiMi. Co^a and was moAHied ten yexiAS ago to Tnank 
FeckneA. ThAee chiZdAen weAe boAn ci(J the union, the eldest a boy o^ nine, and tuo daughtzAS 
aged se.ven and one and one hal^ yeoAS Aespectively , Since heA moAAiage deceased has been a 
Aesident o^ Minnesota Township, SO., and heA untlmeZy end Zb mouAned by a laAge ciAcle o^ 
nelghboAi and {^Aiends. 

The {^uneAol will be held SatuAday moAning at Sisseton. The beAeaved husband and 
{^amiZy have the sinceAe sympathy o^ all in theiA sad a^f^liction. 

• .««,»»»«• j^^y 27, 1905 

FAank FeckneA and family desiAe thAough The NEWS to expAess theiA gAatitude {,oA 
the kindness of, iAlends duAing the illness and a^teA the death o^ Has. FzckneA. The {^un- 
eAol woi held at Sisseton SatuAday moAning and was attended by a loAge numbeA of, soaaow- 
ing {^Aiends o^ the stAicken family. 

««»»«*,•«, August 3, 1905 

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TEN VEARS AGO Column Wm. EoeZkt, JK., cLitd cut tht homt o^ kii poJiZYvtk naoji 

GKixvt 6iM oi typhoU ^evcA. •«,»»,,»., Aaaint 3 190S 

TEN ytARS AGO Column Ed. GAjubtn., cut om tlmt edltoK oi Tht NEWS, was iomnd 

dzad Zn bzd at Gfiejut Bend. Hijvit duexiie. tuu thz CMise. o£ hl6 dejnl6t. Ed was io/ienaji 
oi the. oiiZct Zn uifUcJi ihz tcfUteA took fu£ zoJity tt&.l>ons in thz ant pfiueJivatlvt. 

««•«•«.»«, Aagtus;C 3, 1905 

ChanZty Stack, fenown to old fLt&uiznt£ oi "Old ChajiZty" to Zdtntliy hbn inom othvu> 
0(5 tht same. name, -ut thZi vZcxrUty, died at the. &LCcfeeji/tafge Hoipital last TtuAay. He. waa 
about 65 qea/il, old and had been an ZnvaJUd ioA. some, time., 

• t »,•».«, « Augos^ TO, 7905 

BOy l/rCTIM oi SHOTCUH 

Otto Boldt, a 14 j/eoA old boy, woi seJujoixkly ZnjuA.e.d about noon Tuej>day by the 
acctdejttal dUchoAge. oi a shotgun on the Backhaus iaJtm one. mile south oi town. Tht 
laJigt musdtts oi kii night anm wtn.t tofun. avoay arid a fiaggtd wound madt In tht ajmpit. 

bJith his iathtfL, Htfman Boldt, tht young man had dnivtn with a watth. tank to tht 
Backhaus ianm, taking wiXh him a double boAAtltd shotgun. He attempttd to stick tht gun 
thjwugh tht holt in tht top oi tht tank to savt cafiAying it, when tht hammtfi caught on 
tht sidt oi tht optning and tht weapon was dischangtd with tht abovt titsuZt. Tht inJuAtd 
boy was bnought to town at onct and was vtny weak inom loss oi blood by tht time tht hos- 
pital was Atachtd, somt oi tht laKgt blood vtsseZs having bttn stveAtd. Vns. Spottswood 
and Young dntsstd tht wounds and it Zi thought tht anm wilt bt savtd ii blood poisoning 
ccufi bt pntvtnttd. He is doing welt at this wniting. 

This should pKovt a Itsson in tht matttn oi allowing childntn to ust iintaJms and 
tht only wondtn is that moKt accidtnts havt not occunntd in tht past when tht laxity oi 
poAtnts is considtntd. 

LATER.... Symptons oi blood poisoning dtveloptd ytsttnday aittnnoon and tht anm was 
amputattd this manning at tht shouldtn socket. Tht outcomt oi tht optnation can only bt 
conjtctantd at best, bat tht patient's condition is causing his intends gnavt anxiety. 

Tht boy was unablt to withstand tht shock oi tht optnation and ditd at S PU this 
aitzAnoon. ********** Auga6;t 17, 1905 

REP SKin KILLS TWO WHITE MEW 

SISSETOM, SV., Aug. llth Sisseton was shocktd and honniiitd last night by tht 

ntpont oi tht mundtn in cold blood oi two citiztns by an Indian. Vtputy ShtniH M.E. Col- 
by and Edwand Vtttnson had gont to tht houst oi an Indian namtd lach Elutt, who lives about 
two miles inom tht viUagt oi Pttvtn, to get possession oi a ttam oi montgagtd honsts. 

An alttncation took plact, and tht Indian, acconding to his own stony, went into 
tht houst ion a shotgun and kiZltd Colby, shooting him at such shont nangt that his lungs 
went ntanly blown away. Vtttnson stanttd to nun thnough a wheat iitld, and tht Indian 
ntloadtd tht gun, chastd him about a qwanttn oi a miZt and shot him thntt timts. 

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flute, theji WCM/C to PecveA. and gave. Iujn6zt£ up. The. Afee/u-iJiJ woi ^ejit ^ox and now 
hajt lUm -in cxilitodi[. 

Ai 6oon a& tkz newi became QZntfujJLty \inown cAouidi 0(J excJXzd men gotfieAed on i^eei 
Cjokyizu. ToJik. oi tyncfUng wo* iKteZy tndulge.d In. The. cZtizejii one. teAfUbly wwught up 
and It iM doubtiuZ li the. iheAi-H mZX. be. ablt to hold hZe, pfu^oneA. 

The. Indiani fiave be.eji dniniUng hexLvZly o^ tatt and maiUng ugly thxejoti,. It Zi ieoA- 
td that a lynching would bfUng ahout an outbtiejsii. 

The. bodtej) oi Colby and Pettuon afte. on the way heJie.. The, lndia.n Zi about 50, ipeafei 
EngtUh and Z& {^alnZy InteZtigznt, It It, iaJjd that he. wai at one. time, a pnexicheA at Tlan- 
dfieMi and GKanZte Talti,. 

VeteAion KeMldtd neoJi WJilmot and had Jie.ce.ntZy been employed oi a cZeAk In a cloth- 
ing itoKz at SZ&ieton, and had been co£^ecicng ^Kom the. Tndiam ^Znce. thz fitcent Indian 
paymznt. 

Colby was moMltd and had bten living neaJi Sl&^eton ^OK two yenAJ,. He came ^lom 
Iowa. Tlate. has be.en given a hexvung in justice, couxt and bound ovex to thz OctobeA ttnm 
oi CAAcuU couAt. ,«•»««,««, Auguit 77, 79(?5 

The iuneJuxZ oi Otto Boldt, thz victim oi thz unf^ontunatz shotgun accldznt last 
wzzk was held Satufiday a{,teAnoon, thz szfivlczs being conducted at thz GeAman Evangzlical 
ChuAch by Rzv. Kunz, and was loAgzly attended. Tntznmznt took placz In thz czmeteAif 
southwzst 0^ town. »»««,««««» August 24 1905 

VERNON Mas. Uets TedzASon, wl{,z o{, a most Azspzctzd ioAmzA, died Tuzsday 

moAnlng a^tzA. a bAlz^ llZnzss OjJ typhoid pnzumonla. Vzcejxszd wai well known and beloved 
by all who wejiz {^ontunatz enough to numbzA themselves among hzA {/ilznds. 

A husband and szvzAal gAown chUdAzn suAvlvz hzA. Thz ^unzAol aAAjangements have 

not bzzn madz at this uAltlng. 

,»»»«»,«»« August Z4, 1905 

Anna ChAlstina Vedexson, wl^z oi Nzls Vedexson, dlzd at hen. home eleven miles 
south 0|$ town Tuesday moAnlng at 11 AH a{^teJL an Illness oi only a (Jew days. She was 
taken ill with typhoid pnzumonla last ThuAsday but hex condition was not consldeAzd dan- 
gzAous Alght up to thz houA o^ hex death. Shz Aetalned consciousness to the last moment 
and passzd pzacziuJLly away as though falling Into a dzzp slzep. 

Veczaszd was a natlvz o^ Venmoxk, hex maiden name being Olson, and had shz lived 
till thz 2nd 0|5 Oct. would havz bzen 59 yeaxs old. In 7877 she woi moAXied to Nzls ?zd~ 
exson and in T882 they came to AmeAlca, settling iixst neax fexgus Tails, MN. In 7890 
they moved to Zichland County and In 1897 located on the ^axm 2k miles south oi the state 
tine which they have since occupied. Besides the hxisband, ilve childAen axe leit to 
mouxn the loss oi a loving mothex. They ate: Hans, who Azsldzs in CatiioAnia; Vetex, oi 
ULnnzapolls; (^xs. Chas. VarMill, a bAldz oi a ieM wzzks; Jzns C, and Ellzaheth, both oi 
whom live at home, lilith thz zxczptlon oi thz iixst namzd all oAz zxpzcted to attend the 
iunexal, which will be held Sunday aitzAnoon at 5 VH iAom the home. 

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Re.v. liocLC 0^ Wkctt Rocfe. uxWi conducX tht AZAvZcti, and Znifumnt mIZ be. made. 
-en the. cemtteJuj on the. WaZteJi EtggA (Joajti. 

VzcexU)ed wcu 0|$ a kind and motheAZy diipoiZtZon and hex dexiXh JU mouAnzd bq a 
Zokqz cJjicJit oi inie-ndi, who txtznd lympaihif to the. beAeave.d ^amiZy. 

««»•»«««,« Auguit 24, 1905 

A bfiutaZ. nufideA. Za fizpotittd {,fwm nexLfi Linton Zn Errmoni County, on the Soo'i B-ci- 
moAcA fc/umc/i. The. iUlLing uxu> done by a Rin,^,Zan named Kunz, and the vZcXXjn, W. 2. Steele., 
woi deJUbtfuxteJiy &hot to death mXh a hZite. Some day£ ago the Raalan wtnt to the. BoeX- 
cheA ^anch and comptaxned that Ste.ett Ifiad damaged the {^o^imeA'i gfuUn by dnZvZng along the 
edge, oi the {/.eZd uuXh a headeK. Steele o dieted to pay the damaged but Kunz would not 
accept pay. 

hionday he meX SteeZe and wZthout any woAning 6hot the latten. with a fiZ^le, the ball 
entenZng the ^ace and caa&Zng Zmtant death. Kunz and hu wZ^e came to town and he wai 
■UmedJjxteZy oAneited. SteeZe was A.ecentZy moAnZed, hZ& wl^e onZy aJUiZvlng thene loit 
Satafiday. It Zi thought that Kunz came to town to get out o^ the countAy bef^ofie the 
oif^Zcenii could be notZ^Zed a& he was much 6uAp/iZ6ed that he ihouZd be onAeited. 

«.•»,»«.*» Aaga&t 24, 1905 

Ed. SchwageA, who hoM Lived heAe ^ok the laj>t thAee yea/u>, and wofdied at the coApen- 
tzn. tAode, was ta.lien to the Jamestown Ho^pZtaZ la&t VhZday iu^^^eAZng {^fwm a ieveAe case 
0^ appendZcZtZi and genehaZ penZtonZtZJi . He wai opeAated on buZ dZed the ^olZowZng monnlng. 

KEUSkl JOURNAL 

Vecea&ed wlZl be KemejrheAed a6 agent at thZ& point (,ofi the St. Anthony S Vaiiota 
ElevatoA. Company thAee OK ^ouA yeau ago. 

»*»»•%.**« Augu&t 37, 7905 

hiu. ChAZstZne Tomne^on, 95 yeau old, thought to be the oldest woman in the state 
commLtZed suZcide eoAZy Monday moKnZng at VeviZ£ Lake by jumpZng f^nom a second stoiy win- 
dow. The woman has been blZnd ^OK twenty {^ive yeofis and o^ late hen. mind has been {^aZtZng. 

•««•«*«.*» August il, 7905 

A stabbing a^{,fiay that fiesulted in a muAdex took place just thZs sZjde o^ iXinnea- 
polls on Soo tnaZn 105 that oAAZved hefte Sunday moftning. John Vevine and Wm. WaZZace, 
both dAimk, weAe in the vestZbuZe oi a smokZng coa and Vevine fobbed WaZtace o^ hZs watch. 

ThZs caused a now Zn whZch VevZne stabbed WaZlace in the stomach with a laAge kni{^e. 
The wounded man was taken {^^m the tAoZn at Eu^^aZo but dZed tateA, and his assaZZant is 
now in custody at HcnneapolZs to anSweA {^OK his cAZme. 

•«•«».«».» August 37, 7905 

TEN YEARS AGO Column Johji O'Shea, a blahpeton attorney, hung himself Zn a boAn 

neoA LZdgeAuiood a^teA a pfiotAacted spAee. 

M. M. Hogan, section i^ofieman on the G, hi. at Sonofia, dZed o^ eAysZpetas, leaving 

a uicjje and {.Zve cJuZdxen. 

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The body o^ cufi unkrujuon man woi ioand im. the. imaUL qKjovz o{, tA.z.u jait we^t ojj 
hi. VeXeA&on' & gAovz yiqjvl town. It woi that o^ a i-t/uiwgeA wfio ha.d commLteji 4u-cct.de by 
han^AJig hlmieJi^ to one. o{^ the. tA.zeJt. The body uxu badty dzcompoitd and wad neue/L 
UzntZf^zd. ••,«••••,« SzptmbVi 7, T905 

Jo^epfi WebtfL, a KUpzcttd cltizzn o{ Kanktnion, dttd at 5 AH thJj, moKnlnQ a^tvi a 
lonQ li-tQt oi typhoid iJeueA. Peceoaed woi bofm at. Lee VaZtzij, Vougloi County, MW. , 27 
yeoAJ, ago and had been a Kt&^dtnt 0(J Hanfe-aiAow (JoA. ahout ^oux y(iaJii>, dwUng all. oi which 
time. he. wot emptoytd oi heZpeA at tht Soo Depot. About -tfiAee yeau ago fie wai moAAled and 
the. widow iwvolvej) him. The/te oKe, no ckltdxen. 

He. woA a man oi qultt unat,/iumlng tejnpeJume.nt and In hli dexith the. cowmunlty toitk 
an hononabtz and upnJight citizen and the Soo company a laJLthiut and con&clentljoui> emp- 
loy ze.. 

Tht iunejuil wlti be. heZd Satu/vday mofinlng at 9:30 AM ieAvlcei to to bt conducted 
at the Catholic Chufich by Rev. J. F. Stuudnlcka.. JnteAment will be, made. In the. Catholic 
CemeteAy louthuie^t o^ town. Vecea&td was a member, o^ the Catholic OfuLtn. ol VoKeJ>teJii>, In. 
which oKdeJi he. caJOu.e.d a ti^z ln&ufw.nce policy oi $1,000. 

«.»««»•,»« SzptembeA 7, 1905 

Rudolph Pleh, a Soo bfiakeman, dle.d at the hospital ye/>teAd.ajy ioKtnoon ai> a /leMult 
oi Injufiles iuitatned at Elbow Lake about 11 ?H Tuesday night. 

WhlZe making a coupling fie wai caught beJbwtzn the "bumpzAl," and do badty InjuAtd 
that It waa Impodilble to do mo fie than KeZlevt to dome degfize the duUoiLngd oi the un- 
iontunatx. man. He wad bfiought In ye^teMay moKning In change oi an Elbow Lake phydlclan. 
but died about iounteen houu aiteA the accident. Vzcejoded wad a dlnglz nan, 23 yzoKd old, 
and hid pa/ientd KZdtdz at EndznZJin, to which pla.cz the Kemujid wcAe dhlppzd thld mo fining 
ioJi buAlal. «,«,»«».«« Szptembzn. 7, 190S 

Hinnlz, thz 14 yzan. old daughteA. oi Ma., and hUid. Hejunan SchuZtz, who Azdldz about 
thKzz mlled nofith oi town, dlzd thid moAnlng oi typhoid izvZA. Tlvz otheJi chilxbien afiz 
dick with thz dldejddz In thz damz homz, and It Id dald a modt dzptomxblz condition oi 
aiialKd zxldtd. UnZzdd pAompt action Id taken It Id tikzty thzAZ will be othzfi iatalltlzd 
In thz iamlly. Thz iunzAol oi thz dzczadzd will takz ptacz SatuAday, dZAvlczd to be fie^ 
at thz Catholic ChuAch at UantadoA. 

«»•»««*,»• SzptembeA U, J905 

Tfie body oi ChoAlzd HeAzlg, thz conizddzd muAdzAZA oi Lizzlz GhonbacheA at Voungd- 
town, OH, thlAty yzoAd ago, wad iound Tuzdday In a deep Aavlnz j'udt ovzA thz llnz In thz 
unoKganlzzd county oi WalZacz, douthwzdt oi Ulnot. HeAzlg had commlttzd dulcldz by hang- 
ing. Plnnzd to hid bfizadt wad a note oi Idzntlilcatlon and zxplanatlon, Azadlng aj, iolZowd-. 
"My name Id ChoA^zd HeAzlg. OveA thlAty yzoAd ago 1 muAdeAzd and cAlminatty adduLted a 
young glAl named Lizzlz E. CfiombacheA neoA Youngdtown, OH. Chad. SteAllng, an Innocent 

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man, uiai tfuizd, convZctzd. and hangzd ^oK thz mWidtn. o^ thZi gVil. T£ my body Xi eveA 
f^oand noti^^q my motkoA, CatktnJjiz. HzazZq at GiAOAd, OH. 

«.»•.«»,»• StpteirhzA 14, 1905 

RodeA^cfe J. CampbdUi, a lahofLing man, woi klZZtd Monday niQht ntofi the. TalKvieia 
loAm noAXh o^ kzn.z by tkz. wzzd banning maciUnt on tht KoKthzAn ?a<u.{^c. He had tvldtntty 
6een walklnQ along tht tfuack and woji iitMidi by the. tnginz. One teg uiai) gAjOund to fu,ecej> 

SepterrheA 21, 7905 



and ivU ikjuJU. wa6 bfioken. •«•«,«*,«• 



A 19 yeax old boy died at the hoipZtat Satufiday, having been bKoaght In ^Aom Cog6- 
weZt In a cAjiticaZ condition. He had been voofiklng nexui CogiweJUi and had KelativeM in 
Oklahoma, but ai they did not Kz&pond to meiiagei fie wofi bivUed Tat&day at the coanty'6 

^^P^"^^- «,«.,••••• SeptembeJi It, 1905 

PEATH oi A PIONEER 

Un/>. Wllhelmlna Hoe^4t died at hen. home on the nonth ildt o^ town Tatiday zvenlng 
at 9 ?M af^teA a llngeAtng llZneM&. Vecexu>ed had &he Lived till the 15th o{, next Pec. 
would have been 76 yeoAi old and ^on. the poit 3 1 yeoJUt hot, been a Ke^ldent 0)$ thlit pant 
0^ Richland County. 

Veceoied woa bonji In Lukanhogan, GeJunany, hex maiden name being Luepke, and ihontly 
a^tzA hex manjujoge emlgnated to the US, settling In WZscon&ln In 1871. Two yean^ laten. 
the family moved to thli county, betng one 0)$ the {jlfidt white ^amttiei In what -ci now 
the townihlp 0|J EnandenbuAg. Shontly af^teA the death o^ hen. haiband on New Veo'Li '4 Vay, 
1S99, the widow moved to Hanfzlmon whtne ihe had ilnce nztlded. Oven a yean ago ^>he wai 
itntdzen with consumption and ha& been con{;lned to hex bed {^on. neoAly thlntetn monthi. 
She bon.e heA 6u{£eAtng patiently and made all pKepanatlonl Ion the end. 

Veceoied was the mothen o^ seven chlZdxen, ^oun. o^ whom sunvlve hen. . . .Auga&t Hoe{ti, 
Mn/,. klbent Bohn, TeAdlnand Hoeffi and Mw. kugudt Eladow. AlZ h.e/,lde In this vicinity. 
TheAe an.e aZio 30 gnandchll.dn.en and 10 gn&at-gnandchlZdAen. 

ihe iunenaX. will be held tomonAow iFnlday] a^teAnoon at one o'clock ijAom the Genman 
Evangelical ChuAch, {^ottowing a ihont seAvlce at the home. The pallbeaneAS will be Edw. 
KAlzseZ, Chas. KlASch, John Pol{,ui>6, Theo. Hellng, Aaguit Eggant and Wm. Zn.ummund. Rev. 
Kanz wlxX conduct the seAvlce and Inttnment will be made In the cemeteAy south o^ town. 

«••»•«.«*. SzptzmbeA U, 1905 

GREAT BENP Rev. C. A. BxemeA was called to Colfax, NV., to deZlvex the {^unenxtZ 

senmon o£ Has. EloomzA who died last week. She leavu a loving husband and seven small 
chlldnen to mounn the loss o{t a loving mothen. 

».«*.«•»»» uctoben. 5, 1905 

PR. SHANLEV VIES o^ YELLOW FEVER 

New OnZeans, Oct. 10th A mantyK In the ilght against yettaw ieveA, Vn.. C. M. 

Shanley, ionmoAty oi Nonth Dakota, died yeMtenday at his plantation home on Bayou Banat- 

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afuA 04 the, fie^att o^ a. KzJLa.p&t {^m yzULow itvex, hJjk ^itZneJ>6 extzncUng oveA. thz peat 
two weefei. 

Vfi. ShanZty come fie/ie uiLth hlb ^curUJiy, about thxtz ytau ago, ^fiom the. no^ithwe/it. 
Wheji thz {^tveA. appealed Im. New OnZeJUUt, he. Kz^usexi to leave, and wfien ^ dzveZoped Zn Bay- 
ou BaAotaJuja., hz voluntzeAe.d ki& ie/ivXcea to aalit in itamp^jfig aX out. 

He. placed hZl, iteam laandi at thz du,poial o^ tkt aathoAtti.t& and ^OK da.y6 and nZghts 
MAjtiXed and minZitfLzd to the. ^Zck. Seve/otC wzeJii ago fie uxu, lujn6eZ{t &tfUckeji and woa bfio- 
ught to thz (Uty and taken to the. emeAgzncy hoipltal. 

He KemaJjizd theAZ untZt fie beLizved hun6zli cuAzd and IrmexUateJiy KztuAnzd to thz 
bayou to Kz&umz hte> woA.k. Expoiuxz and thz dact that fie had vzntuAzd out too £oon fiz&ult- 
zd in a ^Kz&h attack o^ lltneJ)i> and phy6icAjCLn& and two tAoinzd mvuzi havz bzzn in attend- 
a.ncz on him. Vzath camz yzdteAday. 

Vfi. Shanzly vxa, a tJuAty izcond dzgKzz Moaon and hii body i& now on it' 6 way to thz 
city and will bz buJu,ed today {^fiom thz Ua&onic Tzmplz with high Haionic honoA^. 

Hilt death i& gfieatly dzploAzd, not only in Jz^lzn&on paxiih, among wfio^e pzoplz fie 
laboKzd, but thfioughout thz city. Thz continued &ucczi&^uZ pn.ogfLZSi o£ thz govzAnmznt 
authoAitie/) in tkzin zHoKt to itamp out thz yzllow ^zvzn. in New Ofilzani, was again mani- 
^t&ted yeJiteAday in thz low numbe/i of, new caizi and dzathi. 

• «•»«»».«« Octobzn. 12, 1905 

ConductoK Ball, who dizd at EndeAJtin fizczntly, wot a ^oAmzA ftziidznt 0)5 Hankin&on 
and hi6 death ii> leannzd of with dzzp Kzgfizt by ffiiznd£ of thz family hzfiz. 

.««»«».*». OctobzA. 19, 7905 

TEN i'EARS AGO Cohmn Gzjo. Swzznzy, 25 yeaA.l> old, died at thz home of hii 

fatheA in Elma Town6hif>. ,•»•*«.*,, Ntfi/emfaeA 2, I9£/5 

PEATH OF MRS. NESSOn 

Tfie community wa6 shocked to IzoAn of thz death of Ha£. (UiZbuA. Nz&.ion on Uonday 
zvzning. Complication6 following ckitdbiAth caabzd hzA untimely end. A baby giAt woi 
boAn Monday afteAnoon and death camz a few kouJU, latzA. 

A iad fzatuAz of thz casz ii thz failuAz, thiu foA, to locatz Ua.. Nz&iton who ha& 
bzzn woAking in thz vicinity of VoAtal but who Izft foA homz via team oveA a wzzk ago. 
EffoAts to communicatz with him havz 4o foA. bzzn unavaiZing though mZ66agz6 havz bzzn 
Izft foA him at iiZvzAal of thz tjownb whzAZ it i& 6uppo.&zd hz will makz ltop&. VunzAal 
oAAangemzntl) Azmain umettlzd pending thz oAAival of thz ha&band. 

Vzceoizd i& a daaghtzA of Ma4. HoAxf PoAkzA of thii placz, and a AiitzA, Uu. N. 
S. Lowell, ij> alio hzAZ fAom Scoax FalZi, SV. Shz woi moAAizd to Ha. Ne£/,on thlAtzzn 
yeoAi ago and fouA childAzn 6UAvivz hZA, Floyd and Clzn, boy6, Jze>&iz and thz Infant,. _ 
giAZ6. Thz beAzavzd onzi havz thz sympathy of thz community in theiA gKeat affliction. 

«.«»•«».«« ^py^ 2, 1905 

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GREAT BEWP Vltd: Hn.. Sc/inexdeA 0($ MofOviitouin, UN., thz ^aXhoA oi FKzd and 

UoAy SdrnZA-dtn. who weAe vZi^ting at Ufi. and (W>. Hfman Stdttfi'l the. poAt iimmeJi. 
Thzy fiaue the. sympathy o£ aZi. Jbi tiieJUx. hoKfuaw. 

• ,«»»»».*» NouembeA 1, 1905 

The {jUneAoZ of, Mw. WZZban. Nti^on wa6 heJid Sunday and woi a poAtlcuZoAZy iad a(^{,aln. 
owcng. to the deZay in Zocating the haiband. Vuxing the entOie weefe tveJuj e(J]JoA^ had been 
made to communicate with Ma.. Weapon, but ad he wab d/divinQ thiough ^Kom Vohtat he did not 
ZeoAn 0(J hU beAeavement untiJt he Aexiched Uantadoi Sunday a^tejinoon. TheJie he wcu, inionmed 
o{i hu MiC|Je'4 death and mounting a hoA&e fiode home uxlth aZZ haite, a/ifiiving white the fun- 
efuxJi leAvict wa6 in pKog^eM at the Congfie^ationaZ Chufich. A toAge numbeA OjJ {^fiiendi wefie 
pKti>e)nt to pay theix Jbu>t tJuJbute oi fie^pect to the departed, and at the concZu&ion o{, the 
leAvice many ^otiowed the ftemaJju to theJji finaZ Kej,ting place in the cemeteAy eoit of, town. 

,*»•»«»«** NovejnbeA 9, 1905 

IsloAd woi received hexe yt&teAday oi the death oi ChfuJ>t EfiZandton at hit home 
iouth oi town. TafiticuZaJii ofie lacking, but the nem oi hii untimeZy end was a ihock 
to HankiMon iAiend&. PeceoAed wa6 ionmeAty section ioKeman on the Soo at tLu point 
but ioK levenal yeaA& hoi been ianming neoA VeAnon. He leaver thAee chiZdAen, a i>on 
and two daughteAi, to mouAn hit, Zoii, 

•«»«•*»*»» HovembeA 16, 1905 

Ma4. Ben Paine, wiie oi one oi the old tettZeJU, in the Hauh neighborhood a dozen 
miZei iouthexiit oi town, died Monday aiteAnoon aiteA an iZZneJ>6 oi a (Jew houAi>. She wai 
4,tAicken with pnexmonia Sunday and the end came iuddenZy. She Zeavei a ha&band, two iom 
and a daaghteA to mouAn hzA Zo66. The 6tAi.cken ha&band i& aZio veAy iZZ with pneumoniji 
at pAe&ent. 



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NovembeA U, 1905 



VERNON ChAUt EAlandion, one oi ouA highZy xe&pected ioAmeAi, died loit Wed- 

neiday. He fuu Aeiided neoA VeAnon ioA ieveAoZ yeaA6 and wai highly Ae6pected by aZZ. 
He Zeavei a iamiZy oi hevenaZ chiZdJien. The iuneAoZ wa& heZd Sunday. 

»»»*«,*»*« November 26, 1905 

['ictoA John&on, an in&ane patient committed to Jame&town iAom TaiAinount two yeofu, 

ago, e&caped about Oct. Ut and Zait SatuAday hi6 decomposed body wai iound in a ilax 

iield a ihoKt distance south oi the a&ylum. He was in good physical health at the time 

oi his escape but is thought to have died ifvom exposure. He was about 23 years old and 

his parents reside at TaJjmount. 

»»»»•««•»« NovembeA 26, 1905 

Art tmfertown man dropped dead white seated at the supper table in E. A. King's rest- 
aurant last evening shortly beiore 6 PM. The deceased with a companion was employed on the 
O'VonnelZ threshing rig south oi town the past season and hai, been around town ior severaZ 

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dayi, d/^nfexng hfuivUij. He wo* dnunk yuteJiday and ihofMy HteA 6<mUng luM>eZ{, at tht 
tablz hz itLiitntd out and ^eJU to the. itoon, dzaXh bzlng lMtantane.ouJ> . 

Thz body wm Kemovzd to {U^p(inman'6 UndeJitafUng fujomi and CoKonzA tCUeZy come 
oveA ificm Fa^ount thU moA/votg. MteA zxambung iomz oi tht mZnUha> hz dzcldzd that 
an Inqazit «xu annzcziioJiy, dzjith bzxng duz to hzxvct iaUuAZ bzyond a doubt. Thz dzcz^zd 
urn about 35 yzjvu old but abiolutzly nothing ain fee IzoAnzd about km, hU poAtzneA not 
zvzn.knoiUng hU namz. ThzAZ wzJiZ no papzAS on thz body by which hz could bz Idzntlilzd. 

He Villi be buAA.zd at thz county 'i zxpzn^z. 

• •«««•**«» UovzjnbzA 26, 1905 

Otto FoUtz, ion oi Ufi. and tUe>. F/ted FozUz, dlzd at thz homz oi hU poAznt^ 
^outhz^t oi town SatuAdmj moKnZng oi consumption, iKom which dKZXid dliznsz hz has bzzn 

a iuiizAZfi ioK izvz/ijal months. 

Vzczaszd was 31 yzoAS old and highly Kzspzctzd. He was a slnglz man but bzsldzs 
thz paxznts thzJiZ oAe szK^vml bfuothoAS to mouAn hU. untunziy end. The iunzJuU szJivlcu 
wzJiz conduUzd IJionday aitzAnoon at thz EvangzUcal ChuAch by Rev. Kunz, and IntzAmznt 

was made In thz czmztzAy just south oi town. 

«»«*»»««»« PecembeA. 7, 1905 

S. R. Volts Azcelvzd a tzZzgfum Ust weefe iKom VKoyton, Ont, Canada, bAlnglng thz 
sad newi oi his mothzA's dzatk. ,, ^ ,,,»», , VzczmbzA 23. 1905 

FUend. oi ms. Ed. Gee 0,5 Ui-ington sympathizz wUh heA In thz loss oi hv. bAoth^A 
Stzphzn Egan, who iKozt to dznth nzaA TagiM, W., on Tuzsday oi InM weeii. Peceo^ed lost 
his Uiz In an zHont to ilnd HaU CantzA, hl^ wliz and Iniant chUd, whom hz ieAAzd had 
bzcomz lost In thz stonm. ********** VzczmbzA Z3, 1905 

UAS. Sophia lUiU dlzd at Z m this moKnlng at thz homz oi hvi son CaM W^tt In 
EzlioKd Township aiteA an UZnzss oi two wzzks. Vzczxiszd, had shz tivzd untU Vzc. Uth, 
would havz attalnzd thz age oi nlnzty yzoAS. 

Shz was bonn In Gvmany and camz to AmeA^ca wUh hzA husband and thAzz ch^dAm 
thiAty yeoA. ago. MteA a Azsldzncz oi two and a hali yzoA^ ^ ^^ Vo^ ^^e ^e iarUly 
movzd to Ohio, and thAzz yz^ tatzA csmz tx, UoKth Vakota. Thz husband dlzd ^ghtzzn 
y^uxAS ago l^t August at thz homz oi CaAl lilitt wUh whom thz paAznts xzMdzd iKom thz t^z 

oi his moMlagz. 

Vzczaszd is SuAvlvzd by thAZZ chUdAzn.. . .CaU I^Jltt and Loul^ l»Ut oi Zzliond Twsp., 
and VKzd ^Itt oi ZlnAmont, MW. TheAe oAz 21 gmndchUdAzn and thz samz mmb,A oi gAznt- 
g^dchUdAm. Vzceaszd wa, ^ zxczUznt health until about two wzzks ago whzn shz con- 
tAactzd a cold and gnaduaUy gAZW wzakzA but Aztalnzd hv. iult iacxdtlzM until shz passed 
Into thz l^t lon^ slzzp. Shz was among thz exudle^t seXtleAM ^ ^elioAd Township and 
unlveAsalZy zstzzmzd. 

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6REEWFIELP... .M/L4. Bonk, uiiie. o^ one. of, oufi A.tipzc;te.d {anmtu , die.d Monday cut 
the. HanUji6on HoipltaZ CL^^teA. a. JLLngeAinQ yUZnej>i, o£ comumption. Peceoied with hex 
husband, W. A. BoAk, come up £Kom Iowa tu)o yexvu, ago and itttZtd on the old Joz Little. 
{iOAm. VuAlng heA Kzildence among a6 ihe. won the ^Ktendihip and titeein o^ aZt and heJi 
untimeZy e.nd ii, itncexeZy mouAnzd. 

Be^Zde^ the huJiband ^he. lexiveM a babe ten months old and otheA imaZl chiZdfien. 

The, {lOneAal wai held l)Jedne/,day, 4eAv^ce4 beJ.ng conducted at the GeAman LathzAan ChuAch 

Zn HanLoiion by Reu. F. leAizn. 

VzcembeA 2S, 1905 



• ««•«««»»» 



Thz infant ckiZd o^ Ma., and Uu. John Ocenbach, who KeJ>tdz loath oi town, dizd 

today a{,teA a ihofit ttinzii. 

VzczmbeA 28, 1905 



• «•'•«««»»« 



A 16 yeoA old 6on o^ Ha, and M/L4. John Moen dlzd yziteAjdajy oi coniumptA.on at the 

home o{i hJjt paAznti) nzoA VeAnon. 

PecejTibeA. 2S, 1905 



«»»»»»»**« 



EngzbAzt Hovzy, iathzA o^ John P. Hovzy and Olz Hovzy, dizd o^ hzoAt iaJJUxAz at 

the home oi hit ion neoA VeAnon the ilfibt oi thz wzek. Vzceaizd camz out i^m ktwatzA, 

MM., to attznd thz Hovzy-EnZandion wedding and waj, appoAzntZy in good hexilth. Thz Kz- 

mainl, weAe ikippzd to AtwateA ioK buAlal, 

»»»»»«*«»» VzczmbeA 2%, 1905 

fUahpeton ha6 a myiteAiou6 diiappeoAancz caiz that hat cAzatzd quitz a izmatijon. 
Rev. T, M. Edmandi, PaitoA oi thz CongAzgationaZ ChuAch, Izit homz at 10 AM loit Tniday 
monning ioK a walk along thz filveA and hoi not bzzn izzn lincz. Hit hat wae, iound duAing 
thz aiteAnoon neoA a holz in thz icz, and thz belizi ti gznzAol that thz uniontunatz man 
wad dAownzd eithzA by accUdznt ok whilz mzntaULy deAangzd. Thz Kivex hoi bzzn thoroughly 
dAoggzd but io ioA without AZiult. Hz had bzzn in pooK hzoLth ioK izveAaZ monthi and had 
woAAczd a gAzat deal ovzA a libzl luiX pzndlng agaimt him and bAought by Reu. W. EdwaAdi. 
oi AbeACAombiz. Uu. Wm. Edmandi and an only daughtzA oAZ dibtAxictzd wiXh gKizi oveA thz 
lad aiialA. »•••«,»«.» VzczmbeA 2%, 1905 



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19 6 

The. body o^ Rev, T, M, EdmancU, the. Wahpzton VaUttoK who iiZl thjwaqh ihe. -cce 
and wcw dfuovonzd ^n thz hlveJi out WahpeXon nexiAZy two wzzki ago, wa6 A.zcoveA.zd Tutiday 
a{iteAnoon. An txpzAZtnctd divex woKkzd ovzn. the. kLvza bottom and (^naJUbj locat&d the. 
body nexinZy a mite beZow wheAz the un^oA^tunate man met hi6 ^ate., 

«»»«««»»*» januoAy 4, 1906 

SUVDEN VEATH oi MRS. M. KREBSBACH 

The commiLnity woi 6hockeA almo6t beyond beZit£ tlnJU mofuUng to Izxuvn. that Wi&. 
M. KAehibach had died at 11 PM txu>t nZght a{teA. an ZtZne.&i o£ Izii than twenty iouK 
howu. Few knew o^ heA JUitnzJ>i>, and the newi oi htn ludden end cMt a gloom ovefi the 
entJUie town. 

Blood pol&orUng wa6 the JumejUxute camz o^ heA. death. Ton. a couple ojj dayi ihe 
had comploAJied 0(5 ^eeLing anwelZ but not untiZ i AM yt&teJvday moKnZng wai heA condJXLon 
comldefied 4,eAloa&. Vn. Spott&wood woi then called and he worked oven, hen {fiom that 
time untU. death came. She pa6/>zd pejace^uUy away Into the la6t long ileep at 11 o'clock. 

Mw. Ella KfLeb&bach wai boKn at tittcheZl, SV., 27 yeaxi ago, wheAe heA motheA, 
Mw. ^oZitAum, itlll KeJildeJi, She wai moAAied to Hike Kfiebibach ieven yeoAi ago and li 
iuAvZved by the huiband and two c/iZtcken. . .Reuben 5 yeoAi old and floxence 1 yesiAi old. 
The family came.heAe ^fijom Esmond, MP., jait a yeoA ago and the decejoied hoi made many 
woAm ^Klendi . She wai devoted to heA chiZdAcn, and wai an ZdeaZ wi^e and motheA. 

The hejohtielt iympathy o^ all goei out to the huiband and tittle onti In thexA 
gKeat beAeavement. 

The iuneAol will be held ^fiom the home on Sunday a^teAnoon, and lnte>ment will 
be made heAe. ********** januoAy 11, 1906 

Weuii OjJ the death o^ Um. LouZi EAendel o^ ToaJi Twip. wai a gKeat ihock to hen. 
InZendi anound Gneat Bend. Vecexned woi a daughteA ol Ma., and Mw. John Stoltenow, and 
a numbeA £n.om thli vZctnity wllZ attend the luneAol. 

...GREAT BEWP.... ********** JanaoAy 11, 1906 

ELMA....MW. Louli BnendeZ, wtjje o{, one o^ ouK neipected {^aAmem , died Uondajj 
evejiing oi comumption a^ten. a tingentng Itlneii. Veceoied wai 33 yeoAi old and wai a 
daughteA oi fAn. and Hn.i. John Stoltenow, who neilde neoA Gneat Bend. 

She wai moAnted about 18 yeoAi ago and leavci a huiband and ilx duldnen to mounn 
hen. untimety end. The iunenal will be held ThuAiday ionenoon, ienvlcei to be conducted 
at the Genman ChuAch iouth oi StUei. The beneaved onei have the iympathy oi all. 

********** JanuoAy 11, 1906 

MuAAoy Bnown'i iathen, who vliited Hanbimon ion a iew dayi iome thAee yeaAi 

ago, died on Vec. 26th, at Gnand Rapldi, MT. 

•♦•«•**«» • JanuoAy 11, 1906 

Urn. Anna ChAtitina Moen, wlie oi John 0. Moen, died yeitenday monnlng at heA 

aooi 



homz 16 mlte^ 60LUth o^ town, o^ con6umptA.on, at the. age o^ 40 yiOAk , S monthi and 3 dayi, . 
Sht li iiUA.vZvzd by the. huiband and eX-qht chUdAzn. A U yeoK old hon dizd o^ the 
iojne. dl&eoiz a {^ew weefu ago. The iuneAol mJU be held Sunday at 11 AM {,Kom the Suied^h 
LatheAan ChuAch a mtte inom the. homz. 

»»«»»»»««» JanuoAy 11, 1906 

The. KtpoKt oi the £^ndAjig o^ the body o^ Rev. T. M. Edmandi, the. Wahpzton pKeacheA 
who dl&appejVizd thfiez weefci ago, uxl6 a {^atiz onz. Thz Kzpoht {^Vu>t appeoAzd Zn Hinnzap- 
otu papzu undeA a Wahpzton datz tinz, and woA pfuntzd Jin taj,t uizzk'i NEWS. E\)Zfiy 
ziioKt waj> madz to AzcoveA thz body ^Kom thz nJ,\)ex. and pfLO^z&AZonjat divzu wonkzd a cou- 
ptz 0^ daiji ZcLit wzek, bat wzfiz obtigzd to g^vc up thz izoAch. Thz muddy watzn. madz iX 
aZmo4>t /jnpoi,i,ZbZ.z {^OK thz divz'ii to accompZlih anything, though $600 zxpzn6Z wai incufiAzd 
■in thz ziioKt. Thz wl^z and daiightzn. o{ thz ml&iZng man havz gone zoit ioK thz KemaindzA 
0(5 thz m.nteA, but imJUL Aztwm whzn thz Zcz gozi out in thz ipAing and Aziumz thz izoAch. 

Thexz oAz vaAioui thzoKizi, a& to thz disappzoAancz o^ thz unioAXunatz man, iomz 
beJjig 0(5 thz opij/u.on that he bzcamz demented and wandeAzd auay Zmtzad o^ being dtownzd. 
li thz body Zi .in thz fiiven. It voiZt undoubtzdly be ^ound Jin thz ipfUng. Thz ^act that 
hz canjuizd iomz $10,000 o£ Li^z A.niuAancz addi to thz impoKtancz o^ KzcovzAing thz body, 
04 thz tniWiancz companizi mXZ oi couuz Az£u&z to makz i,ettlemznt undeA pAz&zrvt condit- 
■iom. TheAz Zi, a AewoAd o£ $100 auxUting anyman, dead oA ativz. 

»«»«,***«* JanixRAy 11, 1906 

TunzAal o^ IkAl,. Etta KAzbibach 

Thz ianzAol OjJ thz tatz EULa KAzbibach, u)l^z o^ M. lOizb^bach, took ptacz Sunday 
a£teAnoon ^Aom thz homz on CanZitzA Avenue and a taAgz numbzA o^ iOAAouitng {^Aiendi weAZ 
pAzsznt to pay theJji toit Azipzct6 to thz dzcza&zd. Thz iZAvZcz wa6 conductzd by Rev. 
Jo4. F, Stadnicka and wa6 a touching tAibutz to thz womanly quoLitiZi oi thz dzcea&zd. 

JnteAmznt waj> madz In thz Cathotic CemetzAy. Thz patZbzoAeAi weAZ FAzd inJoAnzA, 
HznAy iznzzn, G. E. Be^, V. S. UcJlwaZn, John Mc Vonatd and E. P. Laqua. 

Out oi town Aetativzi pAZiznt weAz Maa. Wat&tAum o{, IfJXcheJUi, SV., mothzA; ^Cw. 
F. P. CampbzJU, Stoux CZXy, lA., ilkteA; UAi. MaAy Ouuxt, HiXchetZ, SV., iliteA; PzteA 
IslaJUtAum, mtchetZ, SV., bAothzA. Ha. and MA6 . John P. KAzb^bach, SpnlnghiZZ, MW.; Ma,. 
and Ma4. Jofcn J. KAzb&bach, BeoAdilzy, MN.; Ha. and HAi . PzteA KAeb.&bach, Esmond, WP.; 
Bznj. KAzbibach, Uoonhzad, MW. 

»»,»,»,,,« JanuoAy IS, 1906 

VERNON.... John Hoaglund pa&izd away pzaceiutty on Monday mofmtng, Jan. 12nd, at 
thz homz oi hit, poAznti. Hz hjid not bzzn well ioK thz pait £ew months, and death mxu 
due to quZck consumption. He was up Sunday zvznZng and appzoAzd to bz a& welt oi u&uat. 

*«»«»»«»»« JanuoAy 25, 1906 

HAhlTAVOR F. E. Scfi^encA tz{;t {,0A Richmond, UN., to attznd thz iunzAot oi his 

bAothzA who was tnstantty kltlzd by a kick In thz head ^Aom a hoAsz. 

* * *(101)* * * * * JanuoAy 25, 1906 



SUICIPE ATTEMPT WEAR WIMPOM 

Olz Jacobean, a (Jotm hxind moA Wlndom, a imall town 25 miZu iou;tJw3a>t o£ fiCAe, 
(vUemptzd to cormUX nu.cJ.dz toJkt F^day by ihooUng klmzZi. VnloK to the. />hootlng he. 
i,et iVit to the baJm oi V. A. Sleyitz, the. buUding being entUeLj conlimed togetheA mXh 
ilx hout& and a quantity oi gfuUn. 

Jacobion had been mfiiung ioK Slentz but had Uit hU employ and gone to wofik ioK 
JoA. MaUey. He went to the Slentz hoube ThuMday euer^cng and oiked Hiii Lena Ctna6i,en, 
a domestic employed In the iamOy, to go fading uuMi him. She. had decUned to ^eceXve 
ajUentioM injom 3acobi,on beioKe thU, and on heA Keiuj>al to go ^OK a fu.de. he attempted 
to choke heA, ioylng he. would fuU heA. The. glnZ'6 hCAexmi bnou^ht Slentz to the Acene 
and he oAdexed Jacobion inom the hooke. The latteA then pulZtd a AtvolveA on Slentz and 
tkAexxtened hbn. He went away, howzveA, and a tittle latex, about H PM, Slentz wat> auiaken- 
ed and iound hli boAn on ilAe. A* he we.nt to the dooA he heoAd thAee 6hot& inom a imaU 
hooie acAoii the noad and upon Investigation Jacobhon wcu, iound In the building with two 
bullet holti iiom a 22 calibAe AevolveA in hli, abdomen. He had alb o attempted to cut hit 

thAoat with a jackknl^e. 

Jacob6on woi taken to the. Slentz home and at la^t AeponX& wai, tn a pxecnAlout 
condition with chancu agUntt AecoveAy. The boAn was gutted by the ilames, as itaXed 

above. 

The county authofuXles have been Investigating and li Jacobhon KecoveAS he will 

doubtless elthtA be pAo^ecuted ioA oASon oa committed to the Iniane asylmn. 

LATER 

Jacob-son lb dead but be^oAZ he explxed made a statement giving hlb iuZl Intentions 
at the time oi the odme. KccoAdlng to his own statement Jacobson let the boAn on ilie 
and then concealed hlmbeli In a ihed neoA the path leading ikom the house, wheAz he waited 
ioA Slentz, AevolveA In hand, with the Intentions oi bhootlng him when the ilAe would 
cause him to make hlb appzaAance. HteJi bhooting Slentz he Intended to go Into the house 
and klU hli 6weeXheaAt, who had jUted him, and then muAdex the entlAe Slentz iamOy. 

Thz ilAe ialled to oAouse Slentz ifiom hli ilumbeAs and the agonizing icAeami oi the 
buAnlng hoHses and catUe In the baAn pAompted the would be muAdeAeA to put an end to hli 
mliejiable exlitence. He ilied two ihotb Into his abdomen and then attempted to cut hli 
thAoat with a jackknlie. Slentz then appeoAed on the icene, having been oAoused by the 
ihots ilied, and going Into the ihed, iound Jacobson WAUhlng on the ilooA and attempting 
to beat out his bAolns with a piece oi coal. 

Thz baAn buAned to the gAound with all its contents, Including 500 buihels oi 
coAn, a loAge quantity oi hay, eleven fiead oi cattle and Ux houes. The loii Is esti- 
mated at $2,500 with no InsuAonce. The glnl lb pAobtAoted oveA the aHalA. She bayb 
bhe wob engaged to Jacobbon, bat was compeUed to give him up on account oi his bad 

habltb. She lb an Intelligent and pAepoibesblng young woman. 

««»»*««»»» JanuaAy 25, 1906 

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The. infant chJJid o{, Ma.. and Hk6. Wm. Sattzwe.deZ, a weefe old, dizd Taz&day. 

«»»•»«»«»» JanuoAy 25, 7906 

Tht body 0(J Vk. VKokz, tht dzntZ&t who wai, muJidtfizd at A^htty thid wtak by Falkin- 
4>on, uioi ihyupptd ta&t thAxiagh fieAe Za6t night {^oK buAtaZ. Tatkin&on ihot Vnakz tm.cz 
{,ottouu.ng a dJj,patz ovzfi an accoant o£ 45 czr\tt>, tkz Moundzd man dy.ing tzn mlnutzi latzK. 
FuZktmon zicapzd and JU ititi at tajigz. 

•»»*»««%»» JanuoAy 25, 1906 

W. S. Eakzn, thz wztt known tAavzJUng fizpfLZ6zntativz o^ thz Gfuind Fofiki Hzfuxld, 
dizd at hii homz ^n Vonman Taziday moKnZng. Hz was {^ofunzfUbj -in biiiZnz&.& at Fonman, iZAvzd 
a tzAm oi pat maitzfL and ZatzA a6 county aud^toK. He wai Zn Hanktmon a ihoKt tlmz ago 
and took an oKdzfi ioK iu.ppJU.zi> ion thz new Cctczen Uat't Bank. 

********** January 25, 7906 

RETRIBOTIOW CAME QUKKLV 

Aihlzy, HV., Jan. 29th. .. .Thz ^fiozzn body o^ HzzzkJjih FuZkzAion, who on Jan. 22nd, 
shot and LUZzd Vn.. I. I. Vkakz, oi HinnzapoLii , thz tAavzZlng dzntiit, In thz o^^Zcz o^ 
thz Soo Hotzt 0^ thli cUty, wa6 yzitzAday {^ound by a Gznman ioAmzfi namzd Ffvazz BauzA, 
nzan. VzntwUa, ninz rrUZzi 6outhwz6t o{) thti placz. 

BoucA tzZzphonzd thz {,act that a dzad man wai, lying Zn thz 6now nzoA. hJj> placz, 
to thz authonttizi, and ShzAi£^ EmanuzZ HlldzbKand, accompantzd by A. Cting.CoAonzA, 
C. S. Johns tonz and two othzn. cUtizzns, at oncz dfiovz to thz placz and {ound thz dzad man 
was FuUizuon, {,on. whom a {^Kwitlz&S AZOAch had bzzn madz sZncz thz mundzA. 

Thz placz whzfLZ thz man wai, ^ound was old ^^ tAavzZzd Aoad, and -it was only by 
acctdznt that BauzA {ound him. 

Thz body was takzn to thz count housz at kshlzy and placzd tn choAgz oi guoAdi. 
Thz tnquzst wilt bz hzZd tkis moAntng. 

It appzoAS that thz fizzing muAdznzA tost his way and as thz night o^ thz mWidzA 
was a bittzAty cold onz, hz was ovzAcomz by thz cold oi zxhaustton inddznt to his flight. 

He appeow to havz cut o^ thz slzzvz o^ his coat to bind ahout kis Aight ioot to 
pAzvznt oA guoAd against {^Azzzing. 

Thz AzvolvzA with which hz did thz shooting was ^ound in a pockzt. FAom alt 
appzaAznczs hz dizd making a last {^utitz z^f^oAt against thz cold. 

FAom tzttzAS £ound on his pzASon and at thz placz whzAz hz lodgzd hzAZ it dzvzlops 
that hz had a bAothzA, W. H. Fulkzuon, at CtzopatAa, UcLzan County, KV., anothzA bAothzA, 
hiaAshat Futkzuon, o^ ChuAch, CAoyson County, KV., bzsidzs a sistzA and othzn. Azlativzs 
in that locality. 

Va. Vfuakz was muAdzAzd in his oHicz in this city on Tuzsday last. Thz muAdzA 
was thz most cold btoodzd cAimz zvzn. committed in this vicinity. 

Futkzfison madz a ctaim that thz doctoA owzd htm thz sum o£ 45 cznts {oA somz 

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ujofik that he. [TutkeMon] had done. ioK him &ome. turn be^ofie.. Vk. Vfiake dznlzd owing the. 
money and laid he wouZd not pay it andtn any ciAcumitance/, . Thi& fizpZy made. FulkeA6on 
anQhjj and he made thxeati at the. timz. He wejfit out o^ the. oif^ice. a^teA the quoAAeZ, 
cZaining he wouZd have. Ke.vejn.QZ. 

Bat a ihonX time d£teA fie. fietunntd with a fLZvotvex, undeA coveA, and znteAing the 
VoctoA.'6 fioom, he went diAzctZy to the ptacz whzAz the doztoK wait standing and £iAzd two 
ihoti, into hii body. 

Onz ihot took z^^zct in thz itomach and thz othex in thz bfLZCLit. Thz doctoK 
dhcppzd to thz itooK and dizd ten minutzi latzn.. 

Thz muAjdzAeA, a^tzn. making luKZ that hii vittun could not follow him, Iz^t thz 
o{i{,icz and nothing had bzen hzafid oK izen o£ him £Aom that day untiZ hi& body wai, £ound 
in thz ^ieZd yeitzuday. 

It i& pKziumzd that hz izzuAzd a hofuz and immzdiatzty tz^t ^on. thz tountnjy. Thz 
muAdztzd man wai quitz popuioA and teavzi a wi{z and onz chiZd. 

fuikexion wai lingtz and wai> a vzfiy taZZ man, bzing ovzfi lix Izzt in height. H'& 
zamz to thii cZty la&t lummzt and ha6 bzzn doing odd jobi . 

Whzn thz muJiAz/i waj, commiXtzd it cauizd a gfiexit itZfi among thz towmpzopZz and 
thoiz on thz out6kiAt&, and it wai onZy a ihofit timz bz^oKz a poaz wai ^oAmzd which 
izoAchzd diZigzntZy but wzfiz unxbtz to £ind thz mufidzfieJi. 

»»»»«*»*»« Tehhjumjy 1, 1906 

John Hozn'i inf^ant bahy dizd lait wzzk, making thz ^ounXh dzath in thz ^amiZy 

within a yzofi. Thz mothz/i dizd tzii than a month ago. UK. Mozn hoi thz iympathy o^ 

aZt in hii bzAzavemznt. 

»«««»«»»»« FzbKuoKy I, 7906 

TEN YEARS AGO Column Rev. Joi. F. Studnicka wai calZzd to (UZwaukzz by thz 

death oi hii mothzA. ********** febfuuviy S, 1906 

THEEVE Eduxwd ?. EngeZ, onz o£ oixA moit KZipzcX.zd young ^oAmzfii, paiizd awajy 

Sunday monning at 6 AM, af^tzA iuf^^zAing ^oK a long timz ^Kom comumption. Vzczaizd 
wai a ion oij M^. and Ufii. Edwaxd EngeZ and in addition to thz pafiznti Izavzi a wi£z and 
two chiZdAzn to mou/m hii untimeZy taking o^^. Thz Kemaini wzfiz ihippzd to Rochzitzn., 
MN., ioA intzAmznt. ********** TebmaKy «, 1906 

Thz 12 yzoA old daughtzA o^ Ma.. and Hfii. W. Vil^eAding dizd SatuAday a^teA an 
iZZnzii oi iomz timz iKom in^lammatixin oi thz boweZi . Vzczaizd wai beZovzd by alZ who 
knew hzA and heA untimeZy znd ii mounnzd by a Ixuigz ciAclz o^ {^Aizndi. Thz {^unznnl waj, 
held Tuziday mon.rU.ng, Rev. Joi. F. Stwdnicka conducting thz iZAviczi, and thz fiemaim 
weAz intzfiAzd in thz Catholic CzmztzAy neoA Hankimon. 

********** Feb/moAx/ S, 1906 

An intoxicatzd ^oAmeA ^fiom neoA VeAnon wai dAoggzd to dzath by hii hoKiZi whiZz d 
dniving homz i>wm WhZtz Rock loit night. We havz bzzn unablz to IzoAn hii name. 

********** TzbhunAy S, 1906 

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FATAL ACCWEhlT 

Monday zvziUng 0({ hut weefe Hznuy Hamann, tivAJig about iouA mZta> exat oi White. 
Tiock, SV., in Ulnnt&ota, meX mXk an accJAtnt ^Aom lukicJi he. dieA Tae.6day evening about 
7 o'clock. 

Monday U>i. Hamann uxu at WiuXe. Rock JUn. a baggy with a ipVUXed texun. It uxu about 
doJik whejfi he le^t ^oA. home, and ju&t eait o{ town at a cJioil fitwJju.e fioad which he geneA- 
atty took £oA home, wa& a ditch to CA06&. It li ^wuniied when the team cAo^ied the ditch 
MfL. Hamann wai thnown {^ofMOfui oveA the doihboaAd, hit {^eet weA.e caught undeA the leat 
and hib body {^elt head downuooAd bttsjoeejn. the whi^^le tAee/, and the arte. In which condit- 
ion the unfortunate man woi d/uigged to hJj, home iAozen and mangled almo.it beyond Kecog- 
nltlon. The hoAbZi itaAted on the Aun when they itAack the. ditch, and the deceased wa6 
dAagged head downuxiAd, bumping the hoAd ^Aozen gAound untlZ the top ojj hl& head was woAn 
away, blotches of^ blood, bunches o^ halA and £le.ih being {lOund on the gAound oveA the 
Aoad which the hoA6e.i took In thelA mad ^^tight. 

Undoubtedly Ua. Hamann nevex iu^^zAed any ai It li 6uppo6ed that he was knocked 
iemeleJib when he titAuck the gAound and neveA Aegalned con&clouineJ>6 again fcej^o-tc he died. 
The deceased teavti a wl{^e and nine chltdfien to mouAn hit, untimely death. 

»»»»«»»»«, VebAjuoAy 75, 1906 

PeteA EummeA&bach died at hit home on the noAth ilde o£ town SatuAday a{^teA 
i,u{i(,eAln£ iJoA. a long time iAom dAopiy with compZlcatliini . He leaver a wl^e and ieveAaZ 
chlldAen. The {,uneAaZ wa& held Monday, Rev. Jo6 F. Studnlcka conducting the ieAvlcci. 

««»«•*«*»» febAuoAy 75, 1906 

MAi. S. P. lAeland hoi AztuAned {,Aom Stevens Tolnt, Wl., wheAe 4, he wai called to 
attend the {^uneAol oi heA motheA, Ma&. GeoAge J. Goodhue, who died In Spokane, WA., on 
Jan. 16th. Veceoied had attained the Alpe old age 0(J 97 yeaAi and 11 months, and up to 
the time o{, heA death wa.6 able to be about the home Aegulanly. She wa& taken sick with 
bAonchlal tAouble bat two days be{^oAe heA death. 

Deceased Is suAvlved by ^ouA chlldAen, HenAy M., Geo. J., 3a., and Wm. T. , all 
oi Spokane., WA., and Mas. S. P. lAeland o^ this place. 

*«*«««,,»» rebAuoAy 75, 7906 

P-t. Young's bAotheA passed auiay be{^0Ae Va. and Mas. Young Aeached Battle Lakz 
last week. Vneumonla was the cause o^ his death. Deceased leaves a wl^e and {^amlly 
to mouAn his loss. Da. Young oAAlved home the ^lAst ojj this week, having Aemalned 
oveA to attend the iuneAol. 

««••»»»»»« TebAuaAy 11, 1906 

The Iniant son oi M^. and Maj,. H. M. Auty, died eoAly SatuAday moAnlng as the 
AzsuZt oi the cAoup. The little one had been iAoll iAom blAth and lacked the vitality 
to withstand the altack. The iuneAol was held Sunday. The beAeaved poAents have the 
sympathy oi many iAlends In thelA loss. 

««««»«»«»• FebAuoAy 11, 1906 

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The infant dnJJid o£ Ma., and HfU,. J^fuink W^tt, die.d la&t Sunday evening. The. 
{lUntnxiZ iexvZcti wexe. heZd Tuuday at the. EvangaZ^cal ChuAck by Rev. C. A. BAemeA. 
The. poKentt have the 4>ympathy o£ thZ& community Zn the iad houu o^ thtlfi beAeo-vement. 
....GREAT BEWP.... ««««•••««« ^^^ j^ jg^^ 

Mi44 LueZta Hunt fie.cex.ve.d wiond Zaj>t Uonday oi the death o^ hex aunt at BaAnti- 
vltte., MN. She XimedZateZy Zz£t £oA. that place, to attend the ^uneAjal. VuAying hzfi absence. 
UJU& SdfwoeJXzeA JiJ> teaching heA cta64>tl> and Supt. Black oi blahptton Ij> heJve Jin chaAge o^ 
Hii,6 SchweZtzeA'i de-pa^utment. 

....GREAT BEWP.... ********** ^^^^ j^ j^^^ 

GREAT BEMP P^ed, at hii homz In thii vUJLage., on Feb. 2Ut, CoaZ Vopp, Sa., 

at the age. oi 73, a^tzA long lu^^f^eAing iAom a Aunning loAe. on hi& leg, blood poZioning 
IZnally /netting In and camJing hJj> taking o^. 

Veceoicd was onz o^ the pJjoneeA 6ettleAi oi tkJU, county. He cairn hexe i.n the 
eoAly ieventxeM and Zn hli active, dayi he. took an AjmpoAtant poAt in the agAtcultuAoZ 
dzveJLopment OjJ ^e cownty. He. wu, held in the. hightit ei-teem in thli, community, being 
a man o^ honesty and tAuth^ulne.66 . BeJ>idt& a widow, he. leave.1, {five gAown up chiZdAen 
to moWin hilt deAth.. ..VAank, ChaAZe^ and WiZtixm, att AeJiiding in thii vicinity [they 
oAe all taking an active pant in the {oAming inteAe.6ti)) ; M^i. AtbeAt BeAndt 0|5 thi& place 
and Ua&. John Suianion o^ CAyital, WP. 

The {uneAol ieAvice^ weAt heJid SatuAday at the. Evangelical ChuAch, and weAc con- 
ducted by Rev. C. A. Btemet. Tfie {amiZy ha6 the. l,ympathy 0(J thz tntOie community in the 

loM 0)5 theiA tAuz and {aith^uZ huiband and {otheA. 

********** H^^j^^ j^ j9^^ 

TEW VEARS AGO Column. .. .Augubt Boldt, ^atheA oi HeAman Boldt, died iAom the e^e-cti 
0^ being thAown £Aom a hoA&t. ALSO... 

SoAoh Watenhouie, widow o^ John iHateAhou&e, died at hzA home in GAeen^ieZd Town- 
ship a^teA a tingening Ulnecs. (Mew.. 1896] 

********** f^^^ j^ jg^^ 

Mw. otto Glainike wActei a {Aiend heAe that heA listen, m&i Thea ToAkelion died 

at BAooten, MW., on Teh. 7th. A bAotheA haji also passed away since that date. Hiss ToAk- 

elson and Wis. Glninske, weAe engaged in dAess making heAe a couple o^ yeoAS ago. 

********** y^^ j^ j9^^ 

GREAT BEWP This community was shocked to heoA the sad news o^ the death oi 

LawAence Kinn, who last week in the pfiime oi youth, at the age o{ 19, was called {Aom 
his eoAthly home to the heavenly one above. 

Deceased was a model young man and by his quiet and pleasant manneAS he had made 
many ^Aiends . He had been ailing ^OA some time, and in the past yeoA has taken vaAious 
tAeatments. A shofit time ago he le{,t {^oA RochesteA, MW., and theAe was opeAated on ^oa 

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apptncUcZtii oi a fitiult o^ wfucc/i he. ditd. Tht KmeUm we^e bAxtught home. Monday, 
accompanied by hii, bfuothzA. VauZ, and the iuneAoZ ieAvlcti weAe. heZd We.dne.6day at St. Joe.'4> 
ChuAch. The ^amlty hoi thz sympathy o£ the zntJjie commuruXy in the. lad houJtt oi theifi 
beAeavement. ********** MoAc/i S, 1906 



LeiteA, the. 6 yean, old ion oi Ma. and Mai. Emit Lien oi VeAnon, dizd loit night 

MoAch S. 1906 



aiteA a ihofit lttne.66. ********** 



A menage wot, Aecelved SatuAday announcing the. death oi LawAe.nce Klnn oi RocheiteA, 
MW., uiheAe he had been opeAated on ioA appendlcltli, a iew dayi beiofie. Compllcatlom let 
In which AeMulte.d In hl& deaXh. Ve.ceaie.d woi 19 yeoAi, old and had been IIZ ioA itveAol 
montJii. 

The. Kemalni) weAt bAoaght back by hl& bAotheA Paul and the ianeAoZ uxn held yeiteA- 
day, leAvlcei being conducted at St. Joe'6 ChuAch. Vzceaitd woi the youngest ion oi Ma. 
and Hw. Baptlite Klnn, and iAizndi oi the. iamiZy extznd sympathy In the antlmeZy death 
oi tht young man. *********:, ^j^^ ^^ j,^^ 

M^ . HeJman Hoei^, Sa., died at the homz oi htA 6on, EAne.&t GutzmeA, iouXhMZ&t 
oi town on Taeidajj night, aiteA laHeAlng mXh canccA ioA a long time. Veceaizd leave/, 
a huiband, now In Canada, and iouA ckHdAen. . . .FAzd, EAn&t and Otto, and Ma6 . Bladow, Jk. 

The iuneAol will be heJLd on SatuAday, leAvlceM to be cx)nducte.d at the. GeJman 
EvangeZLcaZ ChuAch by Rev. Kanz. ********** MaAch S 1906 

MANTAVOR Olivia, the 12 yeoA old daughteA oi Ma., and Mw. Chat,. Itioluiode, 

died Wednesday aiteAnoon oi pneumonia aiteA a ihoAt lllneJil. HeA iudden znd Im a gAeat 
ihock to nelghboAS and ifilendi, and alZ txtend sympathy to tht itnlcktn iamlly. 

Tht iuneAol will bt held SatuAday manning, itAvlce^ ijo bt conducttd at the Cath- 
olic ChoAch by Rev. 3oi. F. Studnlcka. 

********** ^^^ j5^ j9Q^ 

Henbent, tht tlttlt ion oi Mn. and Ma6. E. J. Enn&t, pa&6td away Vnlday night 
at 10 ?M aiteA an llZntdi oi eltven dayi. Spinal mtnlngltl6 wa.6 tht caa&t oi hli an- 
tlmeZy tailing oH- Tht iuntnal wai, held on Monday, ienvldti btlng conducttd by Rtv. 
ItAiln at tht homt at 10:50 AM and at tht LutheAan ChuAch at 11 o'clock. 

Inttnmtnt wa& madt In tht ctmtttny taht oi tjawn. Tht pantnti havt tht sympathy 

oi all In tht loii oi thtln llXtlt 6on. 

********** ^^^ j5^ j9^^ 

HtnAy B. McMonAow, ont oi tht ploneeAi oi Gnetnileld Towmhlp, dltd at hli homt 
iouA and ont-haZi milti iouthtast oi town on Monday tvenlng at 9 PM. Vtcta&ed had bttn 
6lck but a ieM) dayi and hli condition wai not conildeAed cnlXlcaZ until a iejw houAi btiont 
ht poiitd away. Kldnty dlieoit with a complication oi htant tncublt wai tht cauit oi 
dtath. 

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The. ^untnaZ uxu httd thii mofming stUvZau being coKducttd cut the. Ccutkolic 
ChuAcJi by Rev. Jo-i. F. StudrUcka, ajid th& fiemcUru, wefit lrU.eAJi.ed In ihe. cemeXeAy ju6t 
i>ouXk o{, town, 

Peceoied uxu bofin Zn the. itate. o^ Ohio 56 yea/u, ago, but came, wz&t at an eauty agz, 
iettZtng ntax UoKfvii), MW. Uexz hz (wu maAfu,e.d -en 1882, and In 1887 come to ZichZand Cou- 
nty uihexe he hoi 4-tnce KeitA,ded. He -ci luAvlveA by a uitdou) and te.n drUtdfien, izven boyi, 
and thxee glnZi, fianglng In agz ^Aom one yeoA to 21 yeaJU,, and att o^ whom KZi,lde at home. 
Ve.cza&zd znj'oyed the fiej,pzct and ziteem o^ aU. who knew kirn, and much sympathy l& zxpn.ti,i- 
zd loJi thz bz^ea.vzd iamlty. »,«»,,«,»« ^^^ j^ ^^^^ 

l/ERWON Thz dzaik o{, Giazz GloineA lait Sunday camz a^tzK a long ^Zlnz&i. Hen. 

dzath mil bz mouAnzd by alZ. Thz ianznjil wai held Tuesday, Rev. Joi. F. Studnidza con- 
dacUng thz izAvUeJ,. ••••,,,,., MoAc/i 22, 7906 

A mjnneMota woman wKiteJ> to Hayot WZppeAman xelativz to thz uy\known man who drop- 
ped dead In fCcng'4 KZl>ta^xfLaJ^t laiit {att. She tkinks thz man Xj> hzK bfiotheA. who wai, iub- 
jzct to zptlzptic iltl). Hz lz£t ioti Uonth Vakota last {all and hai, not bzzn hzand oi 4-cnce. 
A photoghjaph o^ thz nvti^Xng man wa4 encJLoied. 

»•«»»,«»,, y^^ 22, 1906 

TOUl MURPER at GENESEO 

Thz tUtlz village o^ Gznzizo, IS mllzi wzi,t o{ heAz, wai 6hockzd asi Thuuday 
moKnlng by thz nem that: L, M. VanbudfuAk had bzen ihot and kAJilzd in cold blood by hl& 
netghboA., J, B. Hazlztt, who wznt JbmzdAjOitzly to Tonman and gave hJjn&zli up to the authoK- 
ttiej), and wai placed behind thz boAi. He wai accompanizd to thz county izat by TKzd 
Toaman, In whoiz pla.cz thz shooting occufUied, and who woi an zyz wltne.i6 to thz teMxblz 
cnimz, Toaman wai alio taken into cuitody, pending invzitigation. 

Thz iitofuy oi the muKdeA 06 told by thz zyz wiXnzii, bfiought out in thz coKone/i'i 
inqazit, ii AubitantialZif ai loUowi; 

Tfied foaman, who condacti a butcheM. 6hop in GenZizo, opznzd kii ihop at thz uiual 
houA. Thufiiday moAning, and ihohtly a£teAwaAxU> L. M. VanhuikiAk, thz muAdzAzd man, cxmz in, 
and thz two men wzfie fitting by thz 6tovz talking, when Hazlztt zntzAzd by a n.zaA dooK 
{it appeoAi that thz {,fiont dooK wai not uizd in cold weathzn) coAAying a shotgun, which 
hz Iz^t in thz back fioom. Hz camz into thz {^Aont Koom and on izzlng VanbuikiAk, hz itep- 
pzd back into thz azoa Aoom and AztuAnzd with thz gun. Hz then told VanbuikiAk to get oat. 

Thz latteA oiked foaman i^ he [Toaman] did not Aznt the ihop, and madz no movz to 
comply with Hazlztt'i demand, Foaman advised VanbuikiAk to leave ai hz {zaAzd tAouhlz. 
VanbuikiAk then got up, buttonzd up hiM coat, tizd a icaA£ oAound hij> nzck, put on a 
hzavy paiA oi mittzni, and itoAtzd to leavz, Hz wai obliged to pail Hazlztt to gzt out 
and ai attempted to paii, thz lattzA puihzd him back with thz muzzle o{^ thz gun, \HoKdi 
thzn iollowzd whzn VanbuikiAk again itoAtzd to leave, laying hz would go to Tohman and 
get a woAAunt ioi Hazlztt'i oAAeit, Whzn within about a {oot and a hal^ ^Aom Hazlztt, 

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the. ZxUtvi naXj,e.d the. Ahotgan and emptitd the conttnt^ in VanbialuAk'4 le^t Ude pteAUng 
thz ZxvUeA'i hzoAt. Thz cha^t (uvt a Jub ^ two Zn znteMng, ^tA^luna a Ufa In back and 
lodged In the tmucZej, o£ the back. 

HazleXt and Foaman thej^ le^t the ihop, but did not lock the dooK oi KepoKted. They 
went to Hazlztt'i home, wheAe the latteA told hU m.ie that VanbaaLOik had been huAt and 
6he had betteA have 4ome one to to the batchen. ^hop and have him taken cajie o^. 

\^azleJX and Foomon theji went to FoAman, wheAe they told the itotui that VanbinLOik 
had ihot KLmeli. They weJie at once placed undeA oAAeit, Vepaty SheAiU ^^nt ^letaxnlng 
with Foaman to Gene&eo ioK the Znqae&t, 

Shohtlij a^teA the oaaLvoZ oi Hazlett and Foaman at the county hejot a telephone 
mu.i,age woi received by State'6 AttoAney Bowen 4itating that the ihooting occuAAed but 
no one ieemed to know how badly Vanboikink woi huAt. The Statei kttoAney ZmtAucted 
Comtable Wm. VuvaZl to Inve&tigate and the Con&table took choAge o^ the AemaZn6 pending 
the oAAivaZ o^ the coAoneA. 

As soon ai authentic in^oAmation wai, Aeceived State's AttoAney Bowen notified 
CoAoncA SayloA by 'phone, who pAoceeded at once to the scene o{, the cAime, oAAiving thzAe 
about 9 PM in the evening. A juAjy, composed of, John UcPhaiZ, V. E. Blade and WoAAen 
Collins was empanelied and the investigation taken up at once. AdjouAnment was taken at 
2 AM antiZ moAning when Foaman was examined. The witness at iiASt denied that Hazlett 
did the shooting, claiming that VanbuskiAk shot himself. The CoAonen. questioned him veAy 
closely and he {finally admitted that Hazlett did the shooting, telling suhstantialZy the 
stoAy as Aelated above. Foaman stated Hazlett pAomised to pay him well i^ he would help 
him get cleoA and they had agAeed to put the blame £oA the shooting on VanbuskiAk. 

The coAoneA's inquest bAoaght out the {act that while VanbuskiAk had on his peAson 
a 32 calibAe AevolveA, with six shells in the cylindeA, evefiy sheZl was loaded. When 
iound VanbuskiAk had on the heavy leatheA mittens and the scoA^ was wound oAound his neck 
beoAing out the testimony o{ Foaman that he was in the act o{, leaving when the shooting 
occuAAed. 

It seems theAe has been bad blood between the tuio men {oA some time, thAeats 
having been made by both paAties. It is atso alleged that VanbuskiAk. had attempted to 
induce Hazlett' s wi{,e to leave the latteA and go with hem. 

CoAoneA SayloA, who made the poKt moAtem examination, AepoAts the wound to be 
about thAee- iouAths o^ an inch in diameteA, blackened oAound the edges {Aom the powdeA 
and that the shot must have been at close Aange. StAips o^ clothing weAe aZso found in 
the wound. The coAoneA took out buckshot and about a dozen smaZZeA shot and the gun wad 
fAom the muscles in the back of the dead man. 

Hazlett was held on a complaint swoAn to by CoAoneA SayloA and was oAAoigned be- 

foAe Justice BAadley. ThAough his attoAney, S. A. Sweetman, he filed an affidavit of 

pAejudice and the case tAansfeAAed to Justice C. H. FoAman's couAt. On mutual agAeement 

postponement was tahen to Honday next. 

• ••«»«»»*« jH^(^ 22, 1906 

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GzoKQt Ozduntn., a £oAjneA KU'Ldent o^ Hanluji&on, ditd o£ BnA^ht'6 dLueMJ>t at 
?o>it A/ithiUL, TX, on Feb. 14di. He. had be.zn iZck ^Znce. VzcembeA. 

A ttiidow and ^Zvt druULd/iui iuKvhjz hJjn. VzczoMzd {^ofmzfdUj ownzd thz hoAdwoAe. 
buiZnt&i now conducted by John 6A.een but &otd out to G/iztn S Jonu about tlqht yeaxi ago. 
Ma.. Gfize.n lateA taking ovtn. the InteAut oi his paAtntn., Wm. Oiu-i, uoho KztuJimd to hli 
{,0AjneA home. In Wl&con^ln. ••»»«««»«» UoAjch ZZ 1906 

fli&6 Hofui KZoiiteAman died Satwiday a^teA beZng IZt ^OK thxtt weeki, oi typhoid 
iexieJi. The ^uneAoJi took place, at Moofieton Tue/tday mofinlng at 10 AM, hejivlce beJing conduct- 
ed by Tathex Gedaiheck. Ve.cea/,ed woi 22 yeam old and a ^avoAlte uilth alt and hex death 
U greatly moused. ,»,,,,«,«, ^^^^^^ 29, 1906 

Thz baby boy o^ Hfi. and UfU,. Augu&t Btadow died Tuesday a^tex a ihoht UULnzki. 
The lunexaZ ww heZd thlj, a^texnoon, Rev. fCunz conducting the iexvlcejb at the EvangeZlcal 
Chu/Lch. The paxenti have the sympathy oi alt In the ton oi thelx tittle, one. 

«••»»«»«•• ^^^^^ 29, 7906 

Hexbext, the 9 yeax old ion oi Hx. and U>u>. Hichaxd Bolz oi Vaxk Township, died 
ye^texday oi dlphthexia. He had been ilck but a ieui day6 beioxe succumbing to the dlt- 
ea&e. The iunexal was hetd today, /,exvlce.i beting conducted at the home by Reu. Kunz. 

«««««•»*», ^^^^ 29, 1906 

GREAT BEWP Vied, last Txiday evening, Maxch 30th, Elmex, the second youngest 

son oi M/L. and Hks. John Wofinex, at the age oi 12 yeaxs, oi dlphthexia. 

Elmex took sick about a wee.k beiofie. his death, but his case uxis not thought to 
be vefuj sexious and he was getting along ilne until shoxtty beioKe his death, when In- 
ilammatlon oi the heaxt set In which caused his sudden end. 

Elmex was a ilne boy, always busy oK at home studying; he was nevex loailng on 
the stxeets with bad compayujot\s , and was the joy oi his paxents, who axe gfieatly gfilei 
stxicken ovex his loss. Jntexment was made Sunday mohnlng In the Evangetlcal Cemetexy. 
The iamlZy has the deepe/>t heaxt iett sympathy oi the communlXy In thelx sad houxs oi 
bexeavement. ********** ^p^^ 5^ ,9^^ 

August Bexgman and Wm. Schuett made a txlp to the ttiln cltiez this week, the iol- 
mex to attend the iunexat oi a nephew and the lattex on business. 

********** ^p^^ 5^ jg^^ 

Mks. Wlthetmlne HitbAandt, one oi the ploneex setttexs oi this locality, died 
at hex home In this vltlage on Sunday, ApKiX 8th, on the seventy-ninth annlvexsaxy oi 
hex blxth. Deceased was bofin In Umotsel, Vomexan, Gexmany, on Apult S, 1S27, and came 
to the United States In 1S72, locating with hex husband In Betiofid Township, this county. 

Some yeaxs latex the iamity moved to Hanklnson, whexe they have since resided. 
She Is suAvlved by the husband, ^m. UlZbhandt, and one son August GolZnlck. A slstex 

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Ma4 , EM.eJ>tLnt JcJvl, alio Kui.du htfit, and tkzAt atiz nine. gKonddUZdAzn and thlmtzzn 
QfiejjX-QKandckiLdfitn. Vtcmxitd ha6 been Zn ^axZing htaZXh ioK iomz timt, and wkilt heA. 
dejojtk woi no iufipfvUz a laAgz caJicJLz o^ ifilandi, mouAn hex toii,. Thz inneAaZ woi heZd 
Taz&day a{,teAnoon, ieA.vZcz6 beZng conducted aX. the GeAman EvangeLicaZ ChuAch by Rev. Kunz 
and ZnteAment wcw made -in the CemzteAy louth o^ town. 

EARTHQUAKE RUINS 
CiXy 0|J San V^umcZ&co VeitAcyed VeiteAday UoKning. 
1,000 PEOPLE KJLLEV, 2,000 IWJUREP 
F^e Add& to HofOWK o^ the SAXuxvUjon, and EntOie CUty aj> keying Wlptd Out o£ Ex^tence 

LATEST BULLETIN : 
ApA^Z 19, 2 PM. . .Ba££etoi.. .. The city o{^ San V>iancii,co ij> doomed. EntuAz buiZnt&i 
and KeiZdzncz paAti beJjng deitnjoyzd by {^Zfie.. No uxuteA avaxlabZe, and mcLitia and ^AAemzn 
hjive uizd dynamite, and gun cotton to no t^f^zct. 

Nothing can bz donz to pfizvent dzitAuctZon o^ zntOtz city. 

One oi thz gfLzatzit caZamitizi in the annati o^ thl& countAy occuAfizd ihonXZy 
a{^teA 5 AM yz6teAday moftning vohzn thz buiinzii pofition o^ thz city oi San F/uinciico was 
Zax.d in Kuini, by an zoAthquakz shock and ovzt one thousand Lives tost. 

TuZZ dztaiZi oAe stiZZ tackZng. Thz shock occunAzd at 5; 73 AM and uxis most szveAZ 
in thz business po/UZon o{, thz cZty. Thz gKzatest loss oi ii^z occjutuizd in thz CAowdzd 
tznzmznt dZstAicts , thz ihaZl wooden buildings collapsing IZkz papeA. Thz modehn sky- 
saiapeAS uuXhstood thz shock without sznZous injuAy to thz occupants, but ^iAZ bnx)kz oat 
immzdiatzly in all paAts oi thz city. As thz watzA maZns and KzseAvoiAS wzfiz destAoyzd 
by thz ejvtthquakz, thz city was without iinz pnotzctZon, and dynamite was thz only mzans 
oi checking thz ilames, and this pfiovzd iutiZz. 

At last fizpoKts iivz hundAzd bodZzs had bzen AzcoveAzd and it is zstimaZzd that 
theAZ oAz iulZy om many moKz in thz AuZns. Thz list oi injunzd is placed at. 2,000. 

Thz pAopeAty loss can hoAdZy be estimated at thZi time, but as pAactZcalZy thz 
zntiAz city is being consumed by iiAZ it will pAobably pAovz as heavy as in thz gxzat 
ChZcago iiAz. »»««»«»»»« Ap^ZZ 79, 7906 

REV. EVmhWS' BOW FOUMV 

Thz body oi thz latz Rev. Edmonds oi WahpeZon, who was dAjownzd Zn the fiZveA just 
bzioAZ ChAistmoM, was iound last FftZday moJinZng by Thzo. JuAgens and A. J. FoAmaneck 
whZlz iishZng. Thz body had iloatzd about iouA miZes ifwm wheAz thz uniofitunatz man dZs- 
appeoAzd in the Zcz, 

Thz AemaZns weAz Zn a iaZfi state oi pAzseAvatZon, though idzntZiicatZon was poss- 
Zbtz only by thz clothing and papzA Zn thz pockets. The nZveA had subsZded seveAoZ Znchzs 
dunZng thz wzzk bzioAz thz body was iound, and it had lodgzd on a sand boA in the kZvza. 

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The. oveAcoat woi on the. body, whJich had zvZdzntty teen pfiuzuvtd by tht coZd wcutzA. 

The. body woi not dutuAbed anvtit Cofionzn fUXely aJUuvzd inom FcuAmount, and 
an 4JiqueJ,t uioi held. The veJidlct wa& accJ,dentat dtath by ckownoig. 

The vieM. known pa&toA. oi the CongKegaZionat Chuxch at Wahptton diiappexuied one day 
ta&t VecembeA. and Jtlnce diZZgent AeoAch hoi been made ^ofi the body, kt that time hu cap 
uxu ^ound neoA an oaA hole in the ice and it voat, pfie^umed that he had fatten thAoagh and 
uxLi dAowned. A KeuxxAd o^ $100 uxu oHeAed ^ok the AecoveAy o^ the body o^ the an{,ofLtunate 
paj>toK and thi& wiXZ go to the ts^o men uko dUcovcAed it. 

The body wa6 shipped to lltand Pond, VT., voheAe the uiidoui Ke6idtl>, and memoniat 
iCAvice^ mZi be heZd at Wahpeton on Sunday, kpfuJ. 29th. 

Vecea&ed catAied heavy Ziie in6uAance, which could nat be cottected untiZ the body 
woi iound. •••«««•»»« ^p^^ 26, 1906 

Cofinetiui) Shea, one 0(J the pioneeA AettZeAi o^ thi/i pa/tt o^ the county, died at 
hii home in EJbna Townihip iihoKtty a^teA noon Monday. He wajt in appoAent good health to 
within {jOuA dayi o^ that time, but W(W itAicken with pneimonia., and despite the beit 
medical ikiZt pa&6ed peacefully to the beyond in the pfieience o^ hi/> Aelativei. 

Veceaj>ed wa6 boAn in Cajnada 49 yeoAi ago and wa& KeaAed thzAe, comina to ZLchland 
County in 1881. He iiled a homestead in what id now Elma Township, and. hii bhothefu, join- 
ed him two yeoAi lateA. They have Aeiided thefie eveA iince, and axe numbeAed among the 
mo6t highly Ketpected {^aAmeu o^ that locaLcty. Veceoied wa6 nevet moAAied, but i& iuA- 
vived by thxee bAotheu, Jamei, JeAemiah and John. 

The {^unenal wa6 held thii ^ofienoon unden. the aa&picei o£ the Catholic OxdzA oi 
VofiutefU,, oi which oKdeA decea&ed woi a membeA, 6eAvice6 being conducted at the Catholic 
ChuAch by Rev. J. F. Studnicka. The edi{^ice wai, CAowded with £niendi and neighbor who 
iotowwiuZly paid theiA la&t tribute to the dead. InteAment wai made in the Catholic Ccm- 
eJiefu: douth oi town. ********** ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

yAt,. Auguita Exummund wai itAicken with apoplexy in the yaAd at heA home j'uit 
noKth oi town on FAiday evening, and died the following moKning at 4 AM. 

Vecea&ed wai in the beit oi health and heA iudden end wai a gAeat ihock not only 
to the iamiZy but to hen. loAge numbeA oi ifiiendi. Ma. BAummund and the boyi weAe at woAk 
on hij, otheA ianm iome miZei diitant, but weAe hastily iummoned and weAe at heA bediide 
when ihe paaed into the latt gAeat ileep. 

Auguita KAauie wai bo An in Genmany and wai 57 yeoAi, 6 monthi and 13 dayi old at 
the time oi heA death. WiXh heA paAenti ihe came to thii countAy 18 yeoAi ago, iettling 
iiAit in Hinne&ota, wheAe ihe wai moAAied to Juliui BAummund. Twenty yeoAi ago they came 
to Richland County, iettling iiAit neoA MooAeton and a yeaA lateA located on the ioAm 
wheAe they have iince Aeiided. She ii iuAvived by the huiband and eight childxen, iouA 

boyi and iouA ginZi FAjank C. oi HeAAeid, SV., MAi . OicoA Vahl oi SupeAioA, WJ., John, 

Henman, Jutiui, Hattie, Hinnie and AdeLia who oAe itill at home. ThAee bAoXhzAi alio 

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h.ui.dz xji Hiii> VA.(u.ruXij. . .John, HeAman and ChoAZejj lOiaasz. 

VzczMzd had bzzn a ti^e. long mejnbeA. o£ the. Gtfman EvangeJU.cal ChuAch and the. 
{lUneAoZ izAvlcti wai, amducted by Rev. Kanz on Uonday a(^teAnoon. The edi^Zce wai, {^lU.ed 
to oveAilovjlng with ioAAouxing {^fu.e.ndii who gatheAed to pay a la&t tnJJoute oi xe^pect to 
the deceaied. JnteAme.nt woi patponed tmtlZ the iottomlng day on account o^ the non- 
afuUvat oi lAu. VahZ who wai, unable to Kzach heAt exi/itiz/i. 

********** ncuf 3, 1906 

Chanleji Gftiepejitfiog, one. ojj the plone.eA. itttlefn, oi thU paxt o£ the coimty, 
died at kit, home two milzJi Aoatheait o£ hexe Uonday night. Hz wok tn appcuiznt good 
health antit Monday {^oA-znoon, but whZte plowing hl6 gafidzn he wai kt^xcken with panal- 
yili and izvzAol houAi latex hz paiizd Into a itatz oi unconi)Clou6nz&i and despite good 
mzdlcal ikllZ pa66zd pzacz^uUy to the beyond In the pJiz&zncz o^ hit, {,amily. 

Vecza&zd wai boKn In Gznmany 53 yzaxi ago, coming to Richland County In 1&S3. 
He £llzd on a homzitead hexz In Efiandznbufig townihlp, and hai KZildzd hzfiz zvex t>lncz, 
Hz 1004 nimbzAzd among thz mot,t highly JiZipzctzd lafmexi o^ thli locality. 

Vzczoizd Izavzi a widow and {^Ive chltdAzn to mouxn hli untimely death. Thz 
chltdAzn who iWivlve him afiz Otto, who li moAAlzd and hat> bzzn living with hli ^olki, 
Amanda and Mathilda who afiz alio at home, Ufii. Wm. Goltnlck oi thli vicinity, and Mai. 
RobeAt Tlzgi o^ Bzl^oAd. Thz lunzAol iZAvlczi wzfiz conducted ThuAiday at thz Luthznxm 
ChuAch by Rev. T. Hlnck. Thz exti^lcz wai cAowdzd with iKlzndi and nzlghboKi who iOAAow- 
iuUy paid thelA lait tAlbute to thz dead. Inte/mznt wai madz In thz LutheAan CemetzAy 
iouth oi town. Thz {^amily hca thz dzzpzit hexvitlelt iympathy ol thli cormunlty In theJji 

6ad houAi OjJ bzAzavzmznt. GREAT 8EWP.... 

»»»«**»»»« Hay 10, 1906 

Choi. Gfu.zpzntAog, onz o^ thz plonzzn. iettlzu o^ BAandznbuAg Towmhlp, died 
Tuziday mofinlng a (Jew houAi a^tzA being itAlckzn with apoplexy. Hz wai working In thz 
gafidzn Monday a{)teAnoon and ieUi to thz ground without waxnljig. Mzdlcal aid wai iumm- 
onzd but thz un^ohtanatz man wai bzyond human help. 

Vzczoizd li iuAvlvzd by a wl£z and izvojuxl chlldAzn, among them being: Mfii. 
RobeAt Tlzgi oi MantadoK and M/l4. Wm. Gollnlck oi GKzat Bznd. Onz ion and two young 
daughteAi Kzildz at home. 

Vzczoizd iuiizAzd a lumtAokz izvexal yzoAi ago and thli may havz bzzn thz 
pfilmoAjj came o^ hli death. Hz wai onz o{t thz bzit known ^ofmeAi In that izctlon, high- 
ly Zitzemzd by all, and hli dzath will bz gznzAally mouAnzd. 

»•«»,*«**» May 10, 1906 

IrKzd SzdleA died lait Fnlday evening at hli home In thli village a{^teA many yea/u 
Oi$ iu{i{,eAying in.om comumptlon. Hli death came hothzA ai a fiztiei to hli long iu{i{,eAlng, 
and on Tnlday evznlng at 10 ?M hz paiizd pzacz{,ully to thz bzyond In thz pxeizncz oi hli 
^airlZy. 

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Peceo^ed wcu bofin in Gtfmany on thz 7th OjJ OcXcbzA, 1S64. Kt the, age. 0)$ IS ht 
teit hJj, mothoA countAjj and came, to BKecken/Udge, UN. He at once iecuAzd employment In 
the Gn.ejit NofitheAn ithopi and 4>oon worked Ivii way up to an engtnezA on the Koad, Ton. 
many yeafu he woi on the mm {^fiom 'BKeckenAldge to kbefideen, {^ottotaing thZ& occupation 
until about ^tve yexuu ago, when he wa& ^oKctd to quit owing to Hi health. He then 
came to thlt, place and entefied Into a poAtncuhlp uxith F. Hitzel in the. lumbeA and mach- 
IneJiy builne.i,i. About thiee yexou, ago he dlipo^ed o£ hli builnzi^ IntzAe&t^,, because hli, 
health uxa iteadiZy falling and he wa& unablz to take, an active, pant In the bu&lne.&i . 

Since then he ha& ^pent hl& tine In seeking xecieatlon £oK hli hejatth, Including 
a yeaJi In Texas, bujt all In vain. Vecexu>ed wot, a man oi good habits, Indu&tAloui, and 
saving, and has well provided ^oK the £utuAe o^ hl& ^amiZy. Nine yeans ago he was maxnled 
to flLss mtlle Loll 0^ this placz, and by Issue o^ thelt mafoUage tJifite chlldKen wefie bo An 
unto them. He Is suAvlved by a widow, two chlZdAen, an aged motheJi, (yive. bfiotheJis and tuio 
slsteM to mounn his untimely death. 

The ^uneAol seAvlces wexe heZd Sunday af^teAnoon In the Gznman Evangelical ChuAch 

and wefie conducted by Rev. C. A. BAomeA. The chuAch was oveJi{^llled with sofuwwlng {,Alends 

who paid thelA. last tnlbute to thz dead. Jntzfimznt was made In thz Evangelical CemztzAy 

closz to town. Thz iairUZy has thz deepzst heaAt^zlt sympathy o^ all In the sad houAS o£ 

thelA bzAzavemznt. 

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.GREAT BENV... »»»«»»»««» 



Thz ln{,ant son oi Ma. and Mw. Chas. Kath died this weefe a^teA. a shoAt illness. 

»»»»«,»»»» May 24, 1906 

August Witt, one o^ thz pioneeA. settlzAS o^ ?>el(,oAd Township, died at his home 
a shoAt distance {^Aom MantadoA at 10:35 PM last night a^tzA su££eAlng ^oA some time with 
dxapsy. 

Veczased was 73 yzoJis old in JanuoAy, and camz £Aom GzAmany In 1SB7, settling a 
yeoA latex on the ianm whzAz he has since Azsided. He was highly A.zspected by his neigh- 
boAS and his death Is sinczAeZy AegAettzd. He Is suAvlvzd by a widow and six children... 
(Hilllam, EaIc and Max ojj this vicinity, Paul Witt o{, HUwaukzz, Rw. BzAtha SchmiZeg o£ 
tlilwojukzz, Wl., and Has. HznAy TAickz o^ MilnoA, this statz. 

Thz {^unzAal will be held tomoAJiow, szAvlczs to bz conductzd at thz house at 1 PM 
by Rev. HilgzndoA{i, and at 2:30 at thz chuAch nexiA by. InteAment will be made in thz 
cemztzAy nzoA thz chuAch. «««»*«*»»« ^ ^4 1906 

mORETOhl...The infant child oi Ma., and hOis. R. 0. Mount died SatuAday. Thz iunzA- 
al took placz Monday. »*.«»«««»« May 31 , 1906 

K\AS. EdwoAd KZelse o{t EnteApAlse, RobzAts County, was dAownzd last Thursday in 

a most peculloA way. It seems shz had accompanlzd hzA husband a^tzA a load of^ hay and 

whzn cAossing a tuAnpike acAoss a slough, the load tipped ovzA and Ma£ . Klelse izll undeA 

it in a ditch in which was thAzz ieet oi wateA and be^oAe heA iAantlc husband could 

zxtAicatz heA shz had dAownzd. 

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she. came oveA ^ftom GeMmany about a yzoK ago and had onZy been maMA.zd a (Jew 
morMu,. •»•«««»»»« j^^ 7^ j^^^ 

UKk. kndKm John&on wai calZzd away toMt weefe to TeAga6 TaJUU, to the. be,di>-idt oi 
a dying biothvi, vko poi^td away a^tzA. hfi oAAlvat. A ihofit tunz ago ihe. wai caZZz.d 
thzfiz to the. bzdiZdz o^ heA iZ&teA. uiho aZ6o dZed. 

WkiZz otxt hunting neoA KemaZ, Binzit Cxeh, the 12 yeoA old i,on oi TKed GKzb, 
accJ,dejntaZZy ihot kii 5 yza/i oM nephesM, Eddy Alex, the baZZ etvteAA.ng the head neoK the 
eye and death being in&tantaneouA . ReaLizing what he had done to the tittte ^eJUUiw, and 
dfu.ven {^fiantic uuXh Kemoue oven, the a{^{^aJji, Efmebt >um away a 6hoAt di&tance and placed 
the muzzle OjJ the ^ame gun nexui kii> chin and lent a baZl into hJj> ovon bfiain. 

The accident occunjied nea/i the home o{, TKed Gxeb, ieven mile^ noith o£ Ken&al. 
The tUtle boy died imtantly; the oldefi one lived untiZ about midnight. Little Eddy 
wai the ion o^ Tony Alex and wai out vi/>iXing hii gfiandpa/ienti at the time o^ the iatal 
accident. ********** j^^ j^^ ^^^^ 

MOTHER ANV BABES VROm 

A iad accident occunned neax Eoako, RobeAti County, Monday night, Hfu, . C. W. 
MaAtin and thn.ee children losing thein. livei. 

Uantiyi, who ii a welt known iaJmen. living about twenty milei iouthweit o^ Hank- 
inion in Hinneiota Towmhip, took hij> wi^e and thxee childAen, agei 1 , 5 and 3, to Siii- 
eton Monday to lee the cixcui. He itanted £on. home late at night, but took a diHenent 
Koad {^nom that ^olZowed in the manning. The high waten. had taken out the bnidge oveJi the 
little Minneiiota nZven. neoA Bo^iiako and Mantin wo* not awaxe 0(J thii. Ai a neiult the 
hon.iei {^eJU. to the niveA below but the wagon n.emained on the bnink. Suppoiing hii wif^e 
and chitdnen weAe ititl in the wagon, Ikantin laboAed to iave hii honiei and succeeded in 
Keicuing one but the othen. dnowned. Retunning to the bnidge to neaaune K^ wi^e, he 
£ound the wagon ieat empty... the wi£e and tknee little onei had fatten {,nom th.e high 
wagon ieat and been iwept away in the iwif^t cunAent. 

SeoAching pantiei weAe at once {,onmed and eHonti made to necoven the bodiei, but 
at the lait nepont the only body ^ound wai that o{, the 3 yeoA old child. 

The gniei itntcken ^atheA ii quite well known hene. Hii {^anm ii in the neighbon- 
hood 01$ the TelZbaim bnotheAi, and hii wi^e wai a iiiteA oi Juliui fnjue. Fnank Budack'.i 
£aAm alio adjoini that o^ Mantin. The coie ii a moit diitneiiing one, and hai cauied a 
Reeling oi gloom thnoughout the neighbonhood. 

LATER.. ..The bodiei have alZ been KecoveAed and the (uneAal will be held tomonAow 
in.om the Honwegian Luthenan ChuAch £oun. milei iouth o^ the itate line in f.{inneiota Twip. 

********** j^^ 21, 1906 



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The. S montlu old duZd o^ M/i. and Hk6. TKzd Kohfit, who Live, on tht old John 
Lttiti iafm iouXk o^ town, dltd Monday moAyUng a{^teA a ihoAt -UUimt>&. Thz £uneAaZ wa& 
httd ye^ttfvday, icAv^cei fce^ng conducted at thz Gzfiman Luth&Aan ChuAch by Reu. H^lgtndofi^ . 

• «»»»»«,«, j^^ 2S, 1906 

U00'RET0N....Hli6 Linda EakzA wtnt homz SatuAday to attejnd tht iunviaZ oi hsA tittlz 
ilbtzA. ********** j^ 5^ j9^^ 

A mzi^age. wai fizceAvzd heJit Sunday annoan(ung tht dzxith 0(5 3amu Hamltton at Btaz 

EoAtk City, MW. Vzctoitd wa& one. o^ the pione.eM. baitntil men o^ HankAJUon, havtng eMtab- 

LLihtd thz hafvdmafie. buiiint&i now conducted by M. A. WippeAman. WcuiA o^ hi& death aj, fiec- 

eived with geneAoi AzgKtt by otd timeJii throughout thii section. 

********** j^ 5^ j9^^ 

J. B. HeAbeAt Ktceived a tetegfum on Monday announcing the. death oi hi6 iathefi at 

Attoona, PA. He wai, an otd man and in hi& 70th yeafi. ...White Rock JouAnaZ... 

********** jj^ 5^ j9^^ 

Jofin LoMVience, a young man wofiking on the Adami, ^oAm, committed iuicide lait 
Ffiiday night by hanging /um6e£(5. When it wad leaAned SatuAday moAning that the young man 
had not been in hi& bed aZJL night, hi& bAotheA& &et out to took ^oA him and weAe gAeatty 
a&toni&hed to ^ind him hanging on a Aope that had been tied to a beam in one o^ the boAm,. 
No cau&e ioK thu tAagic act can be ^ound. The young man wai onJty 17 yeoAi o^ age, and 
atway4> appeoAed to be in good ipiAitt,. He wai> a &on oi Aetpectabte poAentt, who Ke&ide 
neoA Wahpeton. He atio hai> two bAotheAi that oAe employed on the Adami iaAm, one oi them 
being the book keepeA thcAe. 

********** jj^ j2^ ^qo6 

The iniant child oi MA., and Ha6. AlbeAt EngteA died the ioAe paAt oi the week 
aiteA a bfiiei ittneii. ********** Ja£« ?9 1906 

HAUTAVOR WoAd ha& been Aeceived hefie oi the death at BoAdutac, W., oi L. B. 

HibboAd, ioAmeAly a resident oi Hankimon and ioA yeoAi in the employ oi the Keyitone 
ioAm. Ma.. Hibbatd paaed away a week ago Sunday and the Aemaim weAe i hipped to hi& old 
home neoA SyAacuie, W., ioA buAiaZ. He leavei a wiie and one daughteA. 

********** jj^ 26, 7906 

A thAee yeoA old daughteA oi E. A. Olion, living neon. VoAman, wai dAowned in a 

ilough hole lait week white wandeAing a ihoAt diitance iAom the houie. 

********** j^ 26, 1906 

Lait winteA on old man named ThoA Otion wai iound dead in a poituAe neoA McLeorf, 
thiAty mllei noAth oi heAe, and a AevolveA neoA by, which had evidently cauied hii death, 
Aeiulted in a vendict oi iuicide by a coAonoA'i juAy. 

The dead man wai buAied without iuAtheA ado, but lately hii iotki began to iuipect 

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^ouZ play and la&t wecfe the. body wa6 zxhumzd on the. tktoKy that a muAdeA had po^llbty 
been committed. Excitement Kan high {,ofL a time., but a motie thAough e.xamlnatlon o£ thz 
body con^lnmed the ofilglnal veAdlct of, death by holclde. 

A £ew houA6 be.{,0Ae hit) death Ct&en had been dntnklng with two {,/u.endi, and hli, 
fieXatlveJi 6uj,pected that he. had be.en klZZtd In a drunken b/iajtit, 

»«•»»»»«** jj^ 26, 7906 

GREAT BEWP Vied, on Friday, July 27th, Robert, the. 6 yeax old i,on oi M^. and 

WiM. Paul StAJubeZ, living tivo mliti loath oi hexe, o^ dlphtheAla. The boy had been ilch. 
iofi Ae.veAaZ weeki bat hli ca&e woi thought to be only mild by hl& panenti , until a {,ew 
day4> bz^oKe hli death, wfien a doctor, uxa 4unimoned, but In ipltz o^ mzdlcaZ old the boy 
paiizd away. 

Zntzfmznt woa made Saturday monnlng In thz Evangelical CemeteJiy cloiz to town. 
Thz ^amliy hai thz iympathy o£ thz conmunlty In thzOi iad houAJ> o£ bzfizavejnent. 

»•»»«*«»«« August 1, 1906 

F. T. Ketiy li dead at Endznlln ai thz KZiult o£ a 22 caLibAZ bullet accldznt- 
aJily pznetAatlng hli night zyz and lodging In thz bnaln. He wai In thz act o{, ihoot- 
Ing a weaizl, and not having thz wzapon In poiltlon to ithoot whzn thz wea^zl appzoAzd 
itAack at It with thz butt oi thz gun, with thz KZialt ahovz given. 

He dlzd In {,lvz mlnutzi. He woi a palntzn and dzcoKotoA. and had woAkzd In izvzK- 
al towni o{, thz itatz, being employed by thz Chicago Painting and Vzconatlng Company. 
Hz waj> a mannled man, but wai not living with, hli wl£z. 

»*•»«»•««« ^^^^^^ 2, 1906 

VPOPPEV PEAP 

Lait wzzk whltz umpiring a game o^ ball neoJi Wlndom, Ulchael Plfmantgzn, a {^anrnzt 
0)5 Heajvt Towmhlp, dfioppzd dead. An Inning OjJ thz gamz had jait ^Inlihzd and Ma. Plfman- 
tgzn wai itandlng neax thz pltcheA'i box, whzn hz itaggejied backuxvid to thz gAound. Tho-iz 
standing neaJi wznt to him and to thelfi iunpnliz dlicovzAzd that tiiz had Iz^t thz body. 

A wl{^z and two imalZ chlldAzn anz Iz^t to mouJin hli sudden and untimely death, 
who have thz ilnczxz iympathy o^ thelfi nzlghbofii and ^nlzndi In thli thzlfi dofikzit hou/i. 

Thz Azmalm wzKZ takzn to thz old homz at CtoineA, MW., £oA buAlaZ, accompanied 
by a bKotheA, Ufii. Plfmantgzn going thz day pAzvloui . 

»««»»««*«» Awgu^t 9, 1906 

mSBAMV at HOMESTEAP 

Goihzn, IN., Aug. 6th...., Not until ihz wai on hzfi dzath-bzd, and but two houfii 
fae<)OA.e ihz zxplfizd wai It known that Ma4. UathlZda Jacobi, a well known Goihzn woman, 
wai thz wl{,z oi Hznnjy King ojj Homzitzad, NV. Joit bz{,oAz hex death Wu>. Jacobi itafitlzd 
hex Kztatlvzi by telling thzm 6hz had a huiband. 

Hzfi itfizngth wai io exhamtzd that 6hz wai unablz to glvz dztalli. Thzfiz li no 
fizcoAd oi iuch a mannlagz having bzzn pzfiiofmzd In thli county and hzfi fizlatlvzi think 

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the. union mu6t have, been a common taui one. 

Hen. body hai been placed Zn a xeceJivJinQ vauZt avocuuting the. oMa-vcUL oi King. 
Unden. the IndAjma law he mlZ InhefuX heJi estate, which. Ju oi cjonkldefiahle value. 

« «•«*»«««« Augu&t 9, 1906 

SUJCWE on the SOO 

An unknown maZe pcw^engeA on Soo tKaJin 108 committed i>uicide by 4>hooting hiiueZi 
thtough the head jait be{,oh.e the tnaJji fieached Valley City on Thuuday o^ Ixikt week. He 
itood on the coach 6tep6 and evidently planned to iall iofiwoAd a^teA. the ^atal ^>hot wo* 
iixed, but a luJtch OjJ the tnain tJview him bake on the />tep6 and he died a (Jew momenti 
lateA. Ffiom papeJU, on the body it wa& at ^iut ^uppoied thz aniofitunate woi TKzd Stiggle 
0(J Con&idine, tW., but it deveZoped latefL that Stiggle wo* at kli home alive and weJUi. 

The. man wai> ticketed iKom iome point in Canada bat io ^aA. alZ e.iioAt& to e^tabliih 
hZi, identity have been unavaiZing. The ajuthoHAjtizi have had the body embalmed and it 
wilZ be kept ioK two weeki i^ nece^.iafiy to ^ecate identification. 

»»««»»»»,« August 16, 1906 

G. N. KILLS an UNKWW 
SViangeA. Killed at Wahpeton Monday UoKning 
An unknown man, apparently about 25 yeaA6 old, wai kiZled by a GKeat Uofithefin 
tAoin at Wahpeton on Monday moAning, jU6t in £Kont of^ the depot. Wo one witneM>ed the 
accident, but it ii /,uppo6ed the un{,ofitunate man wai> "Aiding the Aod&" and ^eZl undeA 
the wheeZi,. The top o£ the head wa6 cAii&hed and one leg cut o^, the victim being dead 
w/ien ijound. He wa& {,aiAZy weZZ dACiied but nothing woi ^ound to e^tabtuh hU identity. 
The body wa6 buAled at the expetu>e 0(J the county. 

»»»*»»*»** August 16, 1906 

UeZvlna, the 23 yeoA old daughtcA oi Ha. and Mu. TAed Hohcnitein, Ae^ldenti oi 
EeZioAd Town&hip, died loit ThuAiday aitex. iuHeAing iAom dAopiy ioA lix monthi. 

Veceoied wai, 23 yeoAj, old and a loAge clAcZe oi intendi who have known hzA lince 
chiZdhood mouAnheA untimely end. Ju6t budding into womanhood, a populoA iavoAite with 
aZZ, hex death ii a ievzAc blow to the iamiZy. 

The iuneAoZ wai, held Sunday ioAenoon, iexvlce^ being conducted by Rev. HiZgen- 
doKi at the chuAch noAth oi town, and wa& attended by a loAge numbex. oi 60AAowing iAlendi,. 
The Kemain& wcac IntexAzd In the cemetejiy neoji the chuAch. 

«»««»»««»* August 16, 1906 

The yeaA old ion oi Ua. and Wu>. Vxed GutzmeA died Monday aitex a bAiei IZZneM. 
The iunexaZ wai held Wednesday with iexvicej> being conducted at the GeAman EvangeZicaZ 
ChuAch by Rev. Kunz. •»••»»•«•« Auguit 23, 1906 

GREAT BEMV M/tA. Louii RoioH hai Aecelved the iad new* oi the death oi heA 

mothzx in Ruiiia. * •«,«»»«.. ^^^^^ 23^ ^<)o^ 

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MOORETON The. Infant ckUid o^ Wi. and Wu>. John Bu6cheA died Thauday moAyiLng. 

Se.ptimbeA 6, 1906 

TEN YEARS kGO COLUMN H. K, Hagtn, County Corrmli,i>Ajonzn, waj, ihot and InktawUUj 

klZtzd by a hobo Zn a fLUtaa/ioMt at WaZcott. 

• »»»*»«««« SzptmbeA 13, 1906 

GREENVALE VKltndi o{, H/i. and Hu. John HzZZ, JK. , iympaiiUze. valth thm In the. 

loM 0^ theAJi youngest chad, about two yexua old, who died Sunday a^teA an UJinui oi a 

(Jew houu. The. danenaJi wai, heZd on Monday, 6eAvtct& being conducte.d at the GeMman Evan- 

geZtcaZ Chun.ch tn Hankln^on by Rev. Kunz 

»«•»***»«« September 13, 1906 

The tn^ant dnJJid o^ Ma., and Uu. Choi. Kapnlck died Monday a^tex an Itine^-i oi a 
£ew houAi. .««»»•»«*» 

The Zn^ant daughteA o^ Ma., and Mw. Paul BeJinke died on Monday at the age o^ 6even 

weeki. The iunehjol wo* heZd Tuesday. 

«»»»»««»»» September 13, 1906 

Joitah Joicfe, an Indian Living neoA Mofitow, iouth o^ LidgeAuiood, ihot and klMzd 
htrmeZi whJJie on a hunting expedition tait weefe. The shooting apparently wa6 the Ke^uZt 
oi an atddent but how It oacuAAed will neveA be known. The ckaAge entexed hlM abdomen 
and pAodaced a inlghtiul wound. In iplte oi which Joiek cAowled twenty fwdi towoAd help 
btioAe he ilmlly 6ucambed. ,♦,,,,,»,» SeptembeA 13, 1906 

An Indian iwppoiied to be Chlei Little ThundeA iAom the Oww Wing KtieAvatlon In 
Montana, and a Aelatlve oi CAazy BeaA oi the Sl6i,eton Ae.6eAvatlon, wai iound deed nexxA 
Sliieton on ffuAay night, and It l& thought he wa6 lulled In a dAunken Aow. Thlj> addii, 
but one to the many iataZ Aowi among the Sli&tton Kesih ai a AZiatt oi the deadly ilAe wateA. 

********** SeptembeA 13, 1906 

By the coHapie oi a bin containing 2,000 bul>hel6 oi wheat tfio young thAti>heM , 
Rui^vold and HarmeA by name, weAe ^motheAed to death In a gAanany neoA Lei ton on fAlday 
night. Eight men wexe sleeping on the ilooA In an empty bin beside the bin containing 
the grain. 

Six were able to t&cape with illght Injunlei, when the collapse came, but the 
otheA two were pinned down by the tlmbeAi, and the weight oi grain, and when the bodies 
weAz recoveAed Hie was extinct. 



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SeptembeA 13, 1906 



Mn. Gubtave Kiel, the lady who wa6 io badly Injured by a keAoiene explosion near 
TyleA recently, 4>uccumbed to her In juries la&t week. 

VecejO&ed wai 37 yean, old and leaver, a huiband and iour children, the eZdzbt 11 

yeoAi old. The iuneAal wai held at Breckenrldge and wai attended by Mr. and Mri. Kuehn 

oi thli place. VecejJUed wai a iliter oi Mn . Kuehn. 

**i******* SeptembeA 13, 1906 

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TWO EURNEV TO PEATK 
Banning Botn ErvOiap^ l>\ejnbzu OjJ JhKuivinQ QJiaw 

ThAuheJi6 i^eepatg -tn thz hay lo^t o^ a. boAn {^ouA irUZu iouXh OjJ StAoxibv^UZe., 
Scuigtrit County, OLCtidzntalZy itt thz itfuxcXuJio. on ilfit and iuo 0(5 the. 6le.tpZng men weAe 
btvinzd to dtath, two othzM mJU. pfiobabZij dtt oi theMi baAn6, and a coapZz o^ otJxzM oAz 
Zn a &tnZoa& condition but uxllt pfuobably fitcoveA. Thz ^Iftz uxu, pfiobably thz Kc^ult o^ 
imoking jin the. lo^t. 

The cAew mxw madt up oi tAamZent taboKeM and the namti o^ the. vlctimi oAe un- 
known. M. A. WA.ppeAman went down yt&teAday and pfiepoAed the cofipi,t& ^ofi bufUaZ. The 
bodies weAe buAned to a cfuiip. 

A boAn occupying the iome tlte wai> itAiick by Lightning and buAntd to the ghound 
a yeoA ago. ********** SeptembeA 27, )906 

TRAGEVV! 
ChAli Liu.cfe Shooti Wt£e and HofLtaLty Wounds H<jni)el{, 

ChAAj, luA-ck, a weZt known ^oAmeA Ae^Zding ten itujiej> louthceJtt o^ town, ihot hii 
wi^e In the ihouZdex and tatzA ihot him&eZ^ thAoagh the boweJL& SatuAday, {^Aom the e^ijec^ 
0^ which he died twenty-^ouA houAi latzA.. The woman^i, wounds oAe not lexiouz, and ihe 
wZit AecoveA. 

A AepAtientatxve o^ The NEWS vZiited the Lalck home Sunday and ^Aom the eldtit 
6 on, Vaut, />ecuAed an accuAote account oi the tAagedy. 

LuA-ck hoi been a heavy dA^inkeA ioA ytofu, and when undex the tnituence oi ItquoA 
seemed to become a iZend tncaAnate. He had made thAeati agalmt hii wlie and membeAi oi 
the ianUZy timet without numbeA. and had gone 6o ioA ai to attempt to cjvouj out hU thAexiti,. 

Jaitt beioAe noon Sata/idaij, and while hii wiie wot pAepofUng the midday meaZ ioK 
the thAeihing cfiew that wai> waiting In the boAn neoA by, Lulck appeoAed In the kitchen dooA 
oi the tittZe home, and a& hit wlie, who wa& In the eoMt end oi the noAAow Aoom, tuMied 
iAjom hex position at the kitchen table to iee what he wanted, the Ouazed man ilAed at hex 
with a 32 callbAz AevolveA ifvom a dl&tance oi not ovex tweZve ieet. The bullet entzxed 
hex flight ihouldex, and at> ihe Aoihed pokt him to the out&lde Lulck walked thAough the 
dooA by which he had entexed, pabied thAough the dinning Aoom and Into a imall itoAe Aoom 
whexe he seated humeJii on a plZe oi iacki. 

I)lhen the ion Paul and two membexi oi the thxe^hlng cAew hushed Into the houie 
they located Lulck who wai evidently txylng to ihoot humeli ai, he wai iejated, hl& back 
to the dooA, which woi open a iew Inches . kk they itoAted to entex the Aoom Lulck heoAd 
them and quickly tuAnlng ilfied point blank at the tAlo, the ball lodging In the dooK jam a 
icaxce thAee Inchei iAom Taul'i head. The me.n Kztlxed quickly iAom dangex and Lulck 
paiied out dooAi thAough a dooA iAom the. itoAe tvoom to the eait ilde oi the houie. Hexz 
again the cxew attempted to cloie on him but he held them at bay with hU, gun, ilxlng 
two ihot&, one oi which poiied thAough the hat oi a membeA oi the cAew. The cAazed man 
then fvan down to the izctlon Aoad which paati thwugh the weit end oi a long ilough a 
iew Aoadi iAom the houie. Standing on the edge oi the gmde, which hoi a deep ditch oi 

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watsA on zXihoJi i,ldt, LiUck ilntd the loit xmcUrung choAge. Ajn. tkz wzjoupon Into hu 
bowzti . He {^dtZ backwoAd onto thz Acad and wai> latzA taktn up and Mas Kvnovtd to thz 
Hoipttai. at LidgeAuood, whlthzfi the. woandeA uil^z had atfiejady been takzn. 

An examlnatUjon 0(J thz woman '^ tnjUAZzi KzvzaZzd a patn{^al ^Zzsh wound, but at no 
timz wai hzA. aondltixin dangzfuouh. Thz baZt paazd through thz ihouZdzn. (J^m thz i>wnt 
and lodgzd -at thz {,lzi,h at thz badz. 

Luick'i {^iKit tnquViy w/ien hz Kzackzd LLdgznwood woi as to kii uiiiz'6 condition, 
and hz zxpA.z6-izd AzgAzt uhzn told 6hz uouZd xzaovzA.. Hz was ihot thwugh thz tntzitcnzi , 
u)htch wzKZ ptzfizzd In izvzjn. placzi, and ^Jtom thz ^Zut It was ieen fu4 catz was hopzZzii. 
He dizd Sunday a^tzAnoon at J PM, aJbnoit zxacXZy 24 houu ^/lom thz timz oi thz shooting. 

Luyick was a wztt-to-do ^aAmZA, owiu.ng a 4S0 acAz ^oAm whznz hz tivzd [about a mltz 
iouthu)z&t 0^ thz pond known as GaiZy'6 slouch ok Schuztt's Lakz] and thJizz qwoAtzu ianthzfi 
wzit a (Jew mltz&. Hz was somewhat past thz i-L^ty monk in yzans whltz thz wl^z ti In thz 
ioKtiu. Thzy wzfiz among tkz Zjafity sztttzM and havz a ^amtty o^ tzn duZd/izn, stx oi 
whom tivz at homz, thz youngzst a gVUi o^ ntnz yzoAS. 

Lulck's abusz oi his wt^z and iamlty has bzzn notofUous ion. yzoAS and nztghbonj, 
zxpKzsszd JUttlz sufvptiLsz whzn thzy hzofid oi thz tnagzdy, tn iact many had pKzdlctzd somz- 
thing oi thz kind. Hz was insanzty j'zaZous oi his wiiz whzn dfuunk, though thzKZ was no 
ioundation ioK his j'zaZousy. Hz had bzzn undzfi thz inituejicz oi tiquoA ioK a month oK 
moKZ bzioKz thz shooting and a shoKt timz ago attemptzd to dzstJioy thz homz by spAinkLing 
gasolinz ovzn thz hoasz but was ovzApowzAzd bzioKZ hz coutd apply a match. Hz gejuznaZJUj 
cajoiizd a gun divUng his spKzzs and tost spring iiAzd thfizz ihots at his son Paul, a tad 
oi tuiznty, and has in.zquzntZ^ zndangzAzd thz tivzs oi his household. 

»««»««t»»* SzptembzA 11, 1906 

MtMJER in A BOXCAR 
In Attemptzd Hold-Up Fo/un laboKeA is Shot to Death 
A ghastly t/uigzdy was enacted in a Soo boxcoA zoAly Monday moAning betwzzn Endzttin 
and blyndmeAZ which Azsultzd in thz dzath oi August Ringus, a ioAm labofizn., at thz hands oi 
hold-up men. Ri^gus was shot thAoagh thz fught tzmplz, dying instantly, and thz muAdzAeAS 
ztcapzd and ihus iaA havz not bzzn appAzhzndzd. 

James HoAbin, who was in thz can. at thz timz oi thz killing, was in town Monday 
aiteAnoon and ga\JZ Thz NEWS thz iolZowing account oi thz aHaiA: 

"At EndeAlin, Ringus and his poAtnzA, who up to a izw minutzs bzionz wzAZ stnangzAS 
to me, oumled thAough thz znd dooA oi a can. loadzd with wheat with thz intzntion oi niding 
as ioA east as thz bnakemzn would pznmit and I went in with them. This was at about. 3:20 
in the monning. Being dank, onz oi thz men lighted a candlz and we sat oAound it in a 
ciAcle. ShonXly aitzA thz tnain stoAtzd, within iivz minutzs, two othzn. mzn enteAzd thz 
can thnough thz samz doon and ioA a shoAt timz Azmainzd in thz znd oi thz can in szmi- 
danknzss, we occupying thz spacz bzttizen thz sidz dooAS. In a veAy shont time onz oi the 
izltows anosz and passed thxough ouA ciAclz, kicking ovzn ouA candlz but not extinguishing 



aX. I poJid Zlttte. attzrvtion to hOn and ma&t havz dA.oppe.d Znto a doze, (JoA. the. i-iut 
thing I knejM af^tzAimtud I hexifid a command to "hands up" and by thz timz I uxu ^atiy oAotuzd 
thz {^zLioM who had poMlzd thJioagh oujl cJjidiz, had me covtfizd with a KevotvoA. He oifeed 
whzAZ my monzij iMi6, and I told klm -ck my pant6 pocket. Juit at thil> moment I hcoAd a ihot 
behind me but did not took oAound {^OK ^eaA o^ betng ihot myieJii. The {^eJUioui who had me 
coveAed uxu vzAy nexvoui and thAint hil> hand into my pocket but iecuJiS-d. onZy a coppeJi cent, 
oveAlooking the balance, o^ thz changz, lz&6 than a doiZoA, tn thz i>amz pockzt, but hz did 
not ^-ind thJj>. Thz man who did thz shoo ting dtd not izoKck hU vtctim, but went thAough 
thz tattzfi'i, paAtneJi, izcjjJujig $15 {Aom a b/JJi book in hi& coat pockzt. I wai not in a. 
poittion to watch thzAA movzmznti, and KerroLinzd with my hzad tu/ined thz othzA way, ieafitng 
any movement wouZd A.z6uZt in my bzing ihot. Thz poAtntn. o{, thz man who wai ihot ioyi thz 
JiobbeAi backed out a^tzn. izoAcKing him, kzzping ui coveAzd with thziA gum and a{,teA going 
thAough thz end dooK locked U4 in. We then tuAnzd ouA attzntion to thz man who had bzzn 
ihot and ^ound him to bz itonz dead, thz butlzt having entzfizd hii night temptz. He muit 
havz bzzn iitting up whzn thz ihot wai £iAzd and thz body £ell ^ofiwaAd, hiJ> head fiei.ting 
bztwzzn hii knzzi. He nzvzt uttzAzd a gAoan a^tzA thz ihot wai {^ixzd and muit have dizd 
imtantly. We ^ound a fizvolvzA conczalzd in hii bfieait pockzt and it ii likely he attemp- 
tzd to pull this out and thz AobbzA iow thz movemznt and iiAzd. We thzn atttactzd thz 
attention of, thz bAMJzzman who opznzd thz dool oi thz cox and we zxplainzd thz iituation. 
Thz body oi the dead man wai taken of^^ at WyndmeAz and wz weAZ hzld ai witneiizi ." 

iJihzn thz tnain Kzached Hankimon Uatiihal Hzlzy took tm young men into cuitody 
and thzy wzfiz hzld on iuipicion. HaAbin wai brought down on tAoin lOS but wai poiitivz 
thz men weAe not thz guilty onzi. HowzveA, ai hz had izzn but onz o^ thz KobboAi SheAi^ 
Robbini, who came in via Tainmout, took thz meji to WyndmeAZ thz iamz zvzning ioK inipect- 
iom by t}iz dead man'i paAtneA. He alio iaid thzy weAz not thz flight onZi and ai the pain. 
gavz a iati&{,actony a.ccount ojj themizlvzi they weAZ allowzd to go. 

Zingui, thz dead man, li thz ion o^ a pnoipzAoui ^ofmeA KZiiding nzat Spznczn, WT., 
and hii poAtneA wai thz ion o{^ a neighbor. Thz ^^athzK wai noti^izd by wiAZ o^ the tnagzdy 
and oAfUvzd Tuziday to takz chaAgz Oj$ thz Kemaini a^tzn thz inquz&t. HaAbin whoiz account 
0(J ^e aft^aiA ii givzn above, ii a Zaboning man and giveJi San Vnanctico ai hti home. 

• »«»»*««»» Szjptzjnbzn 27, 1906 

Dttc MiKzd Moen, 23 yejvii old, dizd Tuziday at thz home^o^ hii {^athzA, John 0. 
Moen, 15 milei iouth o{^ town, OjJ coniumption. Vzceoizd ii thz iixth mzmbzA o{, thz {family 
to die oi thz dxzad diizaiz withiji eZghtzzn monthi. Thz iuneAol. will be heZd today. 

********** SepicmbcA 27, 1906 

Thz body oiJ a Chinaman who died betwzzn hzAZ and FaiAmoant wai takzn {,nom Soo 
tnain 107 lait zvzning and now lizi in WippeAman'i undeAtaklng noomi. Thz dead man wai 
ticked to Hong Kong but wai too (Jot gone with coniumption to itand thz itAoim of, thz 
tAtp. CononeA KiteZy Ii expzctzd up {^nom FaiAmount to hold an inquzit thii a^teAnoon. 

********** SzptembeA 27, 1906 

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WANTED {^oJi WIFE MURf ER 
VohmoA V.eJ>Zdtnt ChofiQzd with Am^uZ C^Uim In CatL{^ofLruja. 

Anton Btiold, {^onmeMlij o^ HoinkZn6on, ih wanted, at loh Angelu, CA., on a chafiga 
oi iUZLing InJj, Ml{^e.. Ho paAtZcuZcuu, oAt known hexe. beyond what Jj, ciontcune.d In the. above. 
iznte.nce. 

Eztold came. heJie. exinZy In JuZy, 1902, and ^oande.d the bakeAy now conducted by W. 
Schaltheyii. He wa6 a baken. by thade biiX. had been diicJioAged ^fwm the fteguZoA oAjny leM 
than a week be^oxe hli axfUvat. He had been stationed at Sault St. HoAle, MI., beioie 
coming hefie and hZe> teJm o^ entcitment expixed on July 2, 1902, and he te^t the ioUowlng 
day ^oA. HankAJi&on, havtng been In cjoKfizipondence with E. M, Jone* ^oA. ^ome time -in fiegoJid 
to ZocatZng at tJUi place. 

He opened up {^on. baitneMi) about the middle 0|J 3uly In the building adjoining the 
one in which the bakeAy ii now located, but a ^ew weeki laten. bought, the pne^ent bakeAy 
building. 

Bti old had lexved thxee yeau in the PhiLippinti and waj, mimu> the {fiAit dingeA 
oi hit, le{,t hand. In conveAiotlon wiXh the wAlteA one time, he fiemaAked that the {,ingeA 
woi 6hot 0^1 by a FhiLipino woaaIok. Tkik mi&6ing digit goe^ a long way towoAd Identify- 
ing the poAjt wanted at Loi AngeZez ai Behold, {^OK the muAdeAZA li deMCAlbed a& having 
loit a {ilngeA. 

Within a 4>hoAt time <>({ hli oAhlvaJi Behold went away and KttuAned In a ^ew dayi 
with hl& bfUde. Some ate oi the opinion that the couple wzAe neveA matAled, but theAe 
ieem to be no Aub^tantlaZ Kea/ioni loK believing thli to be 6o. Behold claimed he had 
worked jJoA. hli wlie'i ^athen. be£oAe he enteAed the oAmy, and objection to thelA manAlage 
waj, given at, hit, Aexuon {^OK enZlt)tlng. WheXheA poAentaZ objection was removed ok whethzA 
the couple weAe maAAied ajway ifiom the bhlde't, home no one knowi,. Uu. Beiold'^ iamlty 
home woi a imatl town a {^ew mlZti ^Aom Pei Uolne^, lA., and ^he vlt,lted theAe poAt o{ the 
wlnteA lolZowing the ma/iAlxLge. 

Behold continued In builneM hfie until Sept. 4, 1903, whe.n he 6old out to W. Sch- 
uZthelj, and le£t with the statement that he intended to join the anmy again and xetuAn to 
the PhlLipplnzi. Nothing It, known fiete o£ thelA wandexlng^ ^Aom that time until a letteA 
^Aom A. K. Haloy to The NEWS editor, written ^Kom San Pedno, CA. , wot, Kzcelved thli week 
containing the following panagAoph: 

"What I wanted to wnJXe you moiit about waj, one Anton Bt&old who t,old out the bak- 
eAy to N. Schulthelj,. He It, wanted In. lot, Angtlet, ioK killing hit, wl^e...oA AotheA a man 
by that name. I wl&h you would make InqulAy about him and hit, wif^e. Wat, t,he t,lckly? 
About how old weAe they? Vld he have a ^IngeA o^i hit, leit hand? AJUo any pantlculoAt, 
you can {,lnd out KegaAdlng whzAe they went and about thelA poAenti, etc." 

Bet, old wat, known heAz a& a fuathtn. moAOie Individual, and It li t,axd that he wot. 
Inclined to ILl tAeat hit, wlie. She wot, an even tempe/ied woman o^ about thlfity yeaAt, , 
and oi a decidedly t,unny dlt, position. Behold wat, pAobably beM>}een 35 and 40 yeafu, old. 

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The MEWS hcu> cu>ktd Wi. Uatoy ioK luAtheJi paKticjuZaAi oi ihz ol^cua, and we hopt 

to be ablt to g-Lvz them next weefe. 

»«,*,»«»,, OctobeJi 4, 1906 

ENGINEER ROASTEV to VEkTH 

VALLEY CITY, NV., Sept. 29th.... At noon today onz o^ the mo6t shocking a.c<u.denti) 
Zn the hiitoKy o^ Bafinti County occaned about tioeZve nUZeJ, noKth oi tkU cJJjj. 

ChanJLzJi fofid, an engZneeA. -en cha/Lge o^ a thne^hcng hlg on the {oAm 0(5 WUUUjam 
AveJU, met an aw^uZ. dejxth. A £^e itoAted undeA the engZne and the {^lamti tioAeatened 
to InjuAe It. Fofid mounted the iootboaxd to get the engine out o^ dangeA. H-ci cZotking 
^atuAoted. uuXh oit, caught ^lAe and he became panic- itfUcken and fian uxLidZy acfuo&l the 
i)tubble ileJid, the ilame^ e.nveZoplng hU {^IguKe. 

The membeJiM of^ the cnew gave c/ioie, but he dfvopped ^Kom exhauition be^oKe they 
coutd fLzach him. Me usai about a quoAteA o£ a mlZe away be^ofie the ^Zame^ weAe extlng- 
UAj,hed. Haj, body woi LiteAoZZy Aoa&ted and he died ihofitZij a^teAuxiAd. He woi a voeZZ- 
known Ba/mzi, county ^oAmeA and Zeavei a uxi^e In pooK heaZXh and two imaZZ ckiZdAen. 

********* * OctobeA 4, 1906 

The body o^ the Chinaman which wa6 taken ^fwm the tAotn heAe Zxat week wai> buAled 
ThZdajy In the Hanklmon cemtteAy. 



««»»««»*«« 



OctobeA 4, 1906 



hiURVER at WHEATON 

Wheaton, MW., Oct. Sth Ai the fieJ>uZt oi a itabblng a{,£Aay EdwaAd Raymond o^ 

Omaha Xi dying uxith a knl^e cut extending iJ-tom the ba&e o^ hit &kuZZ to the point OjJ hi& 
chin, and two otheAi, one o^ them OicoA BoAtZow, li ieAlou&ly cut about the head and 
AhouZdeAi, . 

The cau&e of^ the fiow li a myiteAy. The tMO Van WlnkZe buotheAk , ^oAmlng the old 
VaZe luinch, weJtt o{^ Lake TAaveAie, came to town and weAe In Kon^bAek'i SaZoon dfilnklng 
with Raymond, and without appoAantZy any provocation, itohted a fiow. Raymond wai, the 
neaAeit to them and woM itabbed, neanZy bZeedlng to death be^oKe a doctor, woi iecuAcd. 

EoaXZow happened In with the thlAd man, ju6t In time to get (oua ugZy ga&heJ, . 

Both the Van WlnkZe^ ate In jalZ, and give no explanation. The dying man and BantZow 

have been working on threshing nlgi oAound thli place ^oA. ieveAaZ yeoM, and had the 

reputation of^ being qultt and ondeAZy. 

********** OctobeA 11, 1906 

TEN YEARS AGO COLUm The 11 year old ion oi J. E. SetheA, living ten mlZe^ 

north oi town, ieZl irom a load oi hay and brake hii neck. [Oct. 1S96) 

********** OctobeA 11, 1906 

A 7 yeoA old daughteA oi Hr. and Mn. Theo. Blmbaum died at their home nine 

mlZzi, louth oi town Thuuday and the iuneraZ wai held on Sunday, Rev. J. F. Stadnlcka 

conducting the iCAvlceJ,. The llttZe one had been an Invalid irom birth and death came 

a& a welcome reZlei to her i,uiieAljn.Qi . 

%********* OctobeA n, 1906 

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The dzath oi Ufa. Tntd Wlhn, vofUch occuAAzd at hzx homz In EZma TowmlUp lent 
Tfu-daij, woA a. QKQ.at ihock to hoji {^fu-tndi, oi ^ woi imtxpzcttd and many did not know 0(J 
fiCA iZZnUi,. Ztood pol&oning wai thz iimzdiate. came, o^ hex dzn;th. 

Pecerued woa one oi$ the. pionzeM^ in EJbna and wak weJUi known. Shz -c6 i,uAvivzd 
by a ha&band and tuztvz drUZdJizn, and much sympathy i& zxpKzb^zd {,oK thz beAzavzd hus- 
band and mothznZz&i tittZz onzi. Thz £uneAaZ wai held on Monday, i>eA\ilczt> being condact- 
zd at thz Catholic ChuAch by Rev. J. F. Studnicka, and wai attzndzd by a langz aiizmblagz 
o{^ ihiejfidi and neighbor. Intz/mznt wai, made in thz Catholic CzmeXzty adjoining town. 

«»««*«,«,, October IJ, 7906 



WOORETOW HUi Jnga Nzi^ took thz tAoin to Eattlz Lakz on Monday to attznd thz 

iunzfiol oi hzn. gfuLndmothz^i. «*»•»»•,»,» Octobzn. 11 1906 

John Kouba, a cZexk In thz County kudiXoK'i oHicz, died lait Thufudax^ o{t appznd- 
icitii. Vzcexiizd wai a ^ofmeA Jizsidznt o^ LibeJity Towmhip and Izavu a wi£z and two 
6mall childAzn. Hz wa& 28 yzau old. Thz {^uneAol wot, keM Satanday at LidgzAwood wheAz 
Ivii poAznti fiziidz. ,,»*,»,»*« Ocjtobzn. 11, 1906 

HaKny Hook, a young man {^Aom Izno, OH., wai> accidzntally kittzd by being it/uick 
on thz iidz by thz whzeJL oi a itzam thAZihing znginz nexui Lidgznwood. It appzau that 
hz woi Aiding on thz tendeA attachzd to thz znginz. Thz znginz had juit oiczndzd a gfvadz 
whzn iomz pafut o^ thz gzoAing bAokz and thz znginz Aaczd to thz bottom. Hz jumpzd and 
wai itAuck by onz o{, thz AzaA whzeli. Vzath iolZowzd imtantly. Hz waj> 22 yzoAi old. 

********** Odiobz'L 11, 1906 

Ca/il Jack&on, a laboAuig man, wai killzd by thz zxploiion o{, a thAzihing znginz 

boiZeA nzoA Campbeil lait wzzk. Thz iiAZ box wai blown o^ and thz cAown ihzeti blown 

oat, itAiking Jackion with iuch ^oAcz that both Izgi WZAZ bAokzn and hii ikuZl ^AactuAzd. 

********** 

UoAtin PeXzUon, a {^oAmzA AZiiding {^{^tzen milzi iouth oi LidgeAuood, iett i>iom 
a load oi wood while KztuAning ^Aom town lait wzzk, thz whzzl cAuihing hii ikull. It ii 
iaid hz wai intoxicatzd. Hz lejivzi a wi^z and a loAgz icmilxj oi childAzn. 

********** October 11, 1906 

Ufa. Uafiy VankzA, onz oi thz pionzzA izttlzfa in thii izction, paiizd auiay at the 
hoipital Tuziday moAning wheAZ ihz had fceen undzA tAzatmznt ioA iome time. Thz inmediatz 
cauiz o{, dzath wai blood poiioning, which thz bzit medical ikiZl wai unable to oveAcomz. 

Vzceoizd wai beloved by all who knew hzfi, and thAoughout hzfi illnzii diiplayzd a 
ipifUX oi bzauti^ul ChAiitian ^ofitiXudz and {,aith in thz iutuAZ. 

Vzceaizd ii iuAvivz by onz daugktzA, Ufa. N. S. Lowell o^ Sioux Falli, SV., who 
hai bzzn hzAz ioK iomz time. A iiiteA, Ufa. Vfiicz oi Uinneapolii, hoi alio bezn heAz 
duAing hzA illnzii. Hex huiband died, tzn yejva ago and anotheA dau g htzA, t-Lfa . hiziion, 
dizd about a yzoA ago. 

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Tkz iuneAaZ iwjIcu oJit being hdid tkd> aiteAnoon at ihe. CongJie-gatLnnaZ Chiuich, 

wfceAe a ZoAge. cu>6zmbta.ge. o^ (jA^endi oAe gcuthzA.e.d. to pay theJA. Zait mafik 0({ KUptct to 

one who wai> uyiiveAioULy uttzmzd. 

• »«»»»»»«, OcXobdA I J, 7906 

BESOLV l6 CAPTUREP 

StofLLf 0^ IzfiKAhtz Oumz uilth wfUch TofmoA. VuZdznt Ik Chxvigzd 

Anton Bz6otd, thz {oAmzA HanlUnion AU-idznt who wa6 badZy wantzd i.n loi kngeZu 
{jOA. mI{,z mu/idzA, hoi been captuAtd -en Wa&hington, PC, and takzn to the. iczm o^ the. cJujne. 
The. accu&ed man denZe/) kii giuJU. but. thz evidence agalruit him izemb oveJaoheZmlng , HZi 
tfiiaZ Zi i,eX. ^ofi OctobzA 29th, and the aathoAAXZzi> cZaZm to be In po66e/>6Zon o{, enough 
evidence, though -it Jj, aZt (UAcumitantlaZ, to iecufie. hJj, conv-cctcon and execution.. .■^oK 
the o^^eme -ik puniihabte with death Jin CaJLiiofinla. 

The muAdeA wait one. oi the mo^t dLaboJU.caZ Zn the hZ&tofoj o^ the cAiminal annaii 
o{ Lo6 kngeZei, accoAdlng to accounti pAtnted in the papeA& o^ that cJXy. 

A^teA tejavtng heAt in Sept., oi 7903, E&iotd and hU wl^e ^eem to have coveAed a 
good deaZ o{^ teAAltofuj, leZdom Kemcu.ning tong in one place. At voAioui tlme^ they weAe 
in Omaha, Texai, liJaihington itate and otheA places, and in May oj{ the pfieient yean loc- 
ated in Lo6 AngeZeM, wheAe BeMold puAchoied a butcheA khop. ., .gaining 4ome noteAiety at 
that time by puZZing a gun on one oiJ the paAtiej, ^Aom whom he puAcha&ed. The couple weAe 
booAding and on the 11 th o^ JuZy Ze^t theiA fL00m6 togetheA, stating that they would ipend 
the day on the bzjach. BejioZd netuAned to the. hou&e aZone in the evening and toZd the Zand- 
lady that htl, wi^e had taken thz a^teAnoon tAoin £oA SummzA^ieZd. A week ZatzA Bz&old 
Iz^t ^OA. thz noAth without stating hti dzbtination. 

On thz moAnlng ol Auguit 8th a man dfiiving a lumbzA wagon stopped in a loneZy 
canyon a mile and a haZ^ noAth OjJ Lo6 AngeJieJ> to wateA hti hoA^e.6. A^tzA. watzAtng hti 
team the man caught iight o^ what seemed to be a paiA o^ woman'^) i>hoz6 poAtlaZZy concealed 
by heavy undeAbAuah. On cJioi,eA invzjttigation he wa^> hoAAi.£ied to ^ind the body o^ a woman 
in an advanced itate oi decompoiiXion. HuJiAying to the city, he notified thz authoAitizi. 
Thz body wai A.emovzd to thz moAguz, but cZo&zA i,ejaA.dfi {ailed to AzvzaZ anything that would 
Zzad to the identity o^ the A.emaini,. A buZZet hole iquoAzly through the temple told the 
cau6z o{ hzA tAogic death. The cZothtng wa/t minateZy dz6CAibed in the daily papzAM, a 
ikiAt 0(5 changeable 6ilk being givzn thz mo6t attention. Finally by meam oi a laundAy 
moAk thz identity o{ thz body wai ej>tabliied at> that oi MAi. CZaadie EzioZd, but not 
until two otheA iuipzcti had bzzn ihadowzd {oA izvzAoZ dayi and the namzi o{^ hal{^ a dozen 
mtiiing women connected with thz case. 

Ai, ioon ai thz body had bzzn idznti^ied the ieoAch {oA. EzioZd began. He was trac- 
ed to BeMZngham, WA., wheAe they had {oAmeAly KZMided and hzAZ hz toZd htb wile'i it&tZA 
that he had poAted with ht& wi^z, giving hzA $5,000 with which ihz had gone to Mexico. 
In San fAanctico hz had in{iOAmzd otheA £Ai.endi that hii wi£e had died in Loi AngeZzi and 
he had had thz body cAzmatzd. He alio ioZd iomz 0(J heA cZothing to a woman with whom 
thzy had pKeviouiZjj booAdzd. He itated to hii iZitzA-in-Zaw and heA huiband that he wai 

about to enteA thz ioZoon buiinzii in Loi AngeZzi and induced heA to zntAuit him with 

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$S00, ike. cowple. ijo accompany him &oath and the. hu6band to act a& boK keepeJi. With tlvU 
monejj he. dyiiapptoAzd. 

He wa6 tAjxctd by the oiftlcexi to VenveA, thencz to Ckica^o, and {yinally to Woih- 
-Lngton, PC, wheAZ hz woi anx.eJ>ted on the. moAnlng o^ Sept. 20th. He Mat, taken back to 
Lo.i AngeZe^ and on the mofi.ntng o^ Oct. 9th, aMjUgned be^o^e. a JuitLce. At the. KeqaeJ>t 
oi hlM attorney the ptu^oneA'i, txamlnatton wa6 coritlnue.d to Oct. 29th, and at 9:30 AM 
that day Bei>otd uxiZZ again be takzn Into count. Me expieMied gKzat 6UApfil6e when afOiej,ted 
and wai a6 cjJbn at, any ipectatoti whzn bnought Into couAt. 

Um,. Behold had been i>a£ieJUng {A.om tabeAcalo6l& oi the anm ion a long tlmz and 
uai con6ldeAed IncuAobtz. To Aid hlm&el{i o{, the. buKdtn Oj$ coAlng ioA htA and at the. 4>ame 
time. itcuJie poi>ieJ>llon o{, Aomz diamonds and a valuable watch, l6 6uppoied to have been thz 
motive {,oA thz cfilme.. 

Hli iliteA-ln-law, {,Aom whom fie had taken the $S00, ha6 attached what monejy he 
had Izit, lomz $500, and thli coie l6 &tUU umettZed. 

The Lo6 Angelej) papefu, an.e pfuo^uie In pl(ituA.eJ> of, the couple and alio 4>how plct- 
uAeJi oi the mufideAcd woman' i gaAmenti, the place. wheAe the body wai ^ound, etc. The plct- 
UAC6 0|J the. man and hli victim ojlz ejoilty recognizable by thoic who fenew them heJie, onz 
ihowlng Beiold In hli bakzA'i cap and apAon being zipeclally good. 

Thz NWS hoi oAAangcd to keep tAack o^ the. tAlnZ of, the caie and ouA AzadeAi mJU. 
be kept In^oAmed o{^ all deveZopmenti . 

« »«»*,*»» » OcXobeA n, 1906 

TAank Heley attended the ^unenaZ oi hli niece, UAi. TAonk Landa, at lldgeMuood 
yeiteAday. ******** t * OctobeA 18, 1906 

GREAT BEhlV UAi . F. L. Thompion wai called to heA old home In Wlicomln to the 

bedilde oi heA dying mothex. lateA AepoAti announced heA death. 

********** OctobeA 2S, 1906 

Hfii. HaAAy Stone, daughteA o^ Van UcKlnnon o^ AnteZope, died Sunday night at 
12 AM ai^teA being III {,oa thAee houAi. She leavei a huiband and little glAl to mouAn 
hex ejViZy death. Veceoied wai 35 yeoAi old. Funetal held at the Antelope Cejnetexy on 
Wedneiday af^teAnoon at 2 PH. ********** hlovembeA 1, 1906 

John HavlUna, a laAmeA neoA lldgenwood, died yeiteAday ^Aom acute alcohcllim, 

and thexe axe iome clxcwmitancei that Indicate iulclde. He AetuAned home a{,tex a pAo- 

tAacted ipAee and locked hlmiel^ In a Aoom, whexe a ^ew houAi latex he wai {,ound dead. 

********** 

A menage wai received hexe Tueiday announcing the death o^ Ua&. Jamei BufiAowi at 
Jameitown, whexe the un^oAtunate woman had been undex tAeatment {^oA ievenal monthi. She 
li iuAvlved by a huiband and thAee ioni. The Aemalm aXAlved hexe Wedneiday and the 
iunexal will be held tomoAAow [TfitdoM] moAnlna at 9 AM. SeAvlcei will be held at the 
Catholic ChuAch. * * * * Uovembex 1, 1906 

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The Zn^ant 6on oiJ Hk. and Wu,. Chxii. fCLudi dizd thU moaning a^tzA a ihont 
Wbiui.. ********** NovmbeA S, 1906 

The agzd mothsA o^ Hu. Wm .Efiuimuyid ditd Tuuday a^teji a tCngtfUng -UZnU6. The. 
iuntnaJi aj> beJjig httd today uUMi ieAvZcu at thz GeAman EvangzLical ChuAch. 

********** NovmbeA S, 1906 

G. J. Hoaglund, one. oi the old itttteju oi ?.obeJiti> County, died at fcc4 home mteen 
miZeJ> iouth o{^ heAz la6t week o^ comvumptAXin a^toA a JU.ngeJu.ng ZtZneM. The ianeAot woa 
held on SatuAday. ******,*,* UovembeA 15, 1906 

knetia., daughteA o^ Ma., and MA4. iilm. VeddeA o^ BeZ^ofid, died Sunday moAYiing 0(5 
diphtheAyua. a^teA an UJLneM> oi bat a ^eui kouAi. Vece/utd was 10 yza/u, eight months 
and nine days old, and heA sudden death came as a gKeat shock, being enttAeZy unexpected 
until mithln a iejjo houA/, oi the. end. The bloui Is a heavy one on the beAeaved poAents, and 
aJit extend heant^eJU: sympathy. The luneAot was held on Monday with Rev, HtZgendoAf^ con- 
ducting the seAvlcts. 



• »»««»»»«* 



NovembcA IS, 1906 



Uu. John EZanchoAd died Monday moAnlng at heA home In Waiipeton o{^ consumption. 
Vecexxsed had a seveAe attack o^ typhoid ^eveA last winteA which developed Into consumption, 
and since then heA healXh has been steadtZy jolting. 

Deceased gKew to womanhood In this vicinity and a^teA heA moAAlage to hlA. BZanchoAd 
they moved to Wahpeton, wheAe heA husband became a contAactoK and wheAC they have since 
Aeslded. HeA death Is gAeatly mouAned by heA many ^ftlends and Aelatlves. 

She teaves seven chltdAen, a husband, one slsteA and ^ouA bAotheAS to mouAn heA 
untimely death. The ^uneAal seAvlces weAe held he/ie ThuAsday In the Evangelical ChuAch. 
SeAvlces weAe conducted by Rev. C. A. PAamet, and InteAment was made In the Evangelical 
CemeteAy close to town. The husband and chlldAen have the sympathy o{t all In thelA sad 
beAeavement. ********** NovembeA IS, 1906 

MOORETON,..Fftank SchneldeA passed away on SatuAday a^teAnoon at 2 ?M a^teA being 
UZ with canceA o^ the stomach ioK some time. Vecejised was 73 yeoAS old and leaves a 
beAeaved wl^e and {,ouA children to mouAn his death. He has lived heAe {^oa seveAol yeoAs. 

********** NovembeA 11, 1906 

TEN /EARS AGO COLUMN M. N. Vond, Aesldlng six. miles soulhexist oi town, died oi 

typhoid ieveA. ********** November 11, 1906 

W. S. EoKd died at LldgeAwood xecently at the filpe old age oi 97. 

********** NovembeA. 11, 1906 

The Iniant child oi Ma., and Mas. Wm. H. BeAndt, who Aeslde southwest oi town, died 
Monday a iew houAS aitcA bluth, and was buAled In the new Congregational Cemeleny on Wed- 
nesday. ********** November 11, 1906 

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MAWTAPOR UZjUcK KobeZt hcu, Atcz^vzd the. lad nmi oi the. dexith oi hii, bKotheA 

Jacob KobeZt at Spokane, \i)k., on Nov. 25th. Vzcejd&td had been a -jujJ^eAcA ijAom AhztmatUm 
ioK levemZ yeoAi and thl6 ailment tvtl>uJUed in kU death. He wab a Vakota ptxjneeA, having 
fie^lded hefie ioK IS yejOM, but ioK the pa6t leven yeoAi hot, lived, at Spokane.. He lt> luA- 
vlved by a m.{^e and (^ouA chlZdfLen...tuio loru and tujo daughteAi... and at&o tejaveJi an aged 
motheA who hai attained the age. 0(J S2 yeoAi. Five b^otheJU, and iouJi ilittu alio luAvlve 
him, all oi whom A.z6lde In Wlscomln except Utnlch KobeZX who Kzilde^, neaA hejie. 

* « t »«»»«» « HovembeA 29, 2906 

A numboA oi ifilejndi> heAZ o^ the late T. H. BowdttcA o^ WahpeXon weAe shocked to 
leoAn 0^ hli luddtn death, which ^olIx)we.d an opeAotlon {^oK appendldtu at the B^ecfeen- 
nldge ho&pltal. ...GREAT BENV * ********* NovembeA 29, 7906 

MORETON M;w. Elizabeth Ha^neA dle.d SatuAday aiteAnoon at 2 ?M o^ old age. 

VecejOied wa6 83 yeafu old and leavej) ^ouA gftown up lom and many gAandchlldAen to mouAn 
heA death. FuneAoZ leAvlcej, weAe conducted by TatheA Geydaihek ^Aom Wahpeton Monday 
{toxmoon, at St. Anthony'^ ChuAch. ********** HovembeA 29, 1906 

VEATH oi URS. WALTER BIGGS 

Mai,. ReJtZa. Blggi, wlie oi ItlatteA Blggi, died at heA home In GAeendale at 5:40 AW 
Monday moAnlng a^teA an lUne^i ojj about a month. Blood pol&onlng wai xJie Irnmedlate caine 
ojj heA death. 

RelZa Covell wai boAn In Clay County, TA., 26 yeoAb ago. At the age o^ nineteen 
ihz wa& moAAled to WaZteA Blggi and £ouA yeoAi ago the {^amlly came to Uonth Vakota, iett- 
llng on what l& known oi tJie Thank GlaineA {,a/m. HeAz they have ilnce Ae^lded and the 
deceased hai> made many woAm ^Acendi who ilnceAeZy mouAn the end o{^ a ll^e that hai been 
iuUL oi deedi o{^ ChAlbtlxin klndnen. 

Veceaied lt> luAvlved by a ioAAowlng hubband and thtee imalZ chlZdAen. . .two boyi 
0^ ^ve and ilx yeau and a baby o{ sixteen monthi. She alio leavej, an aged {^athen. In the 
old Iowa home, two il&teAi and two bAotheAi. 

The iuneJuxZ. waj> held ye.iteAday, leAvlce^ being conducted at 2 VM at the home by 
Rev. Book 0)5 White Rock. In addition to the Aelatlvtb Ae^ldlng In GKcendaJie, Mill MoAy 
CoveJU oi GAeenvllZe, lA., a iliteA o^ the deceased, and Mu. (f. H. FAeeman o{, SpenccA, 
ZA. , a itlkteA oi Ma. Blggi, weAe In attendance. Intenment wai, made In the GAeendale Cem- 
eteAy. «••«»»«»»« NovembeA 29, 1906 

Adolph GAelpentAog 0(J BAxmdenbuAg wa6 called to (JJlicondtn on Sunday by a teZegAom 
announcAjng the death oi his, aged iathcA. 

•*«»«»*»», VecembeA 6, 1906 

EAlck Ohm, a young man sixteen yeoAi o^ age, died at the Adolph GfUepentAog home 
Yiontii oi town on Monday o{, dUuphthenlA af^teA an HZneMi oi but a ^cw houAi. 

Vecexi&ed wa& a 6on o^ Ma. and Mw. AlbeAt Ohm, ploneeA Ae^ldenti oi GoA^leZd 



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townihlp, and woi hlQhly utzzmzd by aU who knew hun. Thz £uneAaZ wca haZd today, 
^ZAvlcu being condmcted cut the. Wltd Uce ChuAch by Rev. HUgendofi^. 

Ve.cembeA 6, 1906 

Ed LavaUe, who woi ^omd dead In a boAji at LidgeAwood ieveAaZ wzeki, ago, wa& 
6uppoied to have died oi natuAol coasei, but U l6 AepofUed that a daughteA who KeMldej> 
^ UinneapoUi ha6 had the body zxhumed and an examination made, with the xe^uZt that 
the neck wai ^ound to be broken bt&ide^ otheA evldenc.ei> oi ioal play. 

Lavalte wa^ a heavy dAinkeA and U im thought aJi the time death twti due to acute 
atcohotUm. He wa^ a weU known choAacteA both hexe and at UdgeAwood and tittle cred- 
ence li given to the £ouZ play theoAy by thoi.e who fencw him be/>t. 

VzcembeA. 6, 1906 

TEN /EARS AGO COLUm. . . .Hm. B. F. Thomas, wlie of, the local CaAgZU gKotn buyeA 
died oi heoAt iai^uAc. (Pec. 1896] ********* VecembeA 13, 1906 

P. E. Han/>on, an old Kuldent oi Valnmount, itanted wWi a couple oi iAiendi 
ioK Sweden to ipend the hoUdayi, but ieZt iAom the. tAatn whUe pa66ing thAough Canada and 
and wa& instantly kttied. The Aematru, weAe bAoaght back to VaJjmount and buhJ.e.d on Sun-' 
day undeA the amplcej> oi the local Ma&ontc Lodge oi which hz wa& a membeA. Vecexu>ed 
was a single man oi middle age and leaver coniideAable pKopeAty, all oi which will go 
to Swedish helA6 at, he leaver no Aelative^ in thli countAy. 

*»•*»*»«,« PecemfaeA ?3, 1906 

The tittle ion oi Ua. andWik. G. E. Shtpe, one oi tuiim boAn eight months ago, 
died Tuesday moAtUng aiteA an Ulnui> oi a iew dayi. The iuneAol wa4> held today, loAvlcej, 
being conducted, at the Catholic ChuAch by Rev. Jo£. F. Studnlcka. The sympathy oi aU li 
extended to the beAeaved poAcnti . 

********** VecembeA 10, 1906 

Lena, the tittle 5 yeoA old daughteA oi Ma. and Ha6. Chat,. BelUn oi BelioAd died 
oi dlphtheAla on (Monday moAnlng aiteA an iUnt66 oi a iew dayi>. The poAzntt have the 
sympathy oi all In thelA beAeavement. 

The Beltin home hai been quoAantined a& theAe aAe otheA owe* oi thz dAead dlieoie 
In the iamily. ********** VecembeA 20, 1906 

S. H. UuAphy leaver today ioA Stoughton, OJl . , in Ae^pome to a me^^age itatlng 
that hit, kli^tcA, UAi. Houston, li veAy low and expected to iuAvive but a iew houA&. Mu. 
BoAnei hai been at heA bedside ioA iome time. UAi. Stoughton ipent ieveAal weeki In Hank- 
Imon tut iummeA, and heA uniontunate condition It, 6ad nem to inlendi hzAe. 

*********t VecembeA 10, 1906 

EitheA, the 4 yeoA old daughteA oi Ua. and UAi. HeAman BeAndt, died on Monday oi 
the dAeadiul dl&eaie diphtheAla. Tntenment woi made on Wedneiday in the Evangelical CemeteAy. 

******** :t ^ Pecembe^ 17, 1906 

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H. Roiznbaum, one. o£ tho6Z luZZeJ. in tkz Soo wfizck at EndzALin, wa& a b^theA 
ot$ M. L. Roiznbaim, ^ofmzfLty o^ Hankyimon and LidgeAwood. 

»«»«»«»*•* PeccjTifceA 27, 1906 

Wm. Hughu, mac£ cZzAk on thz HaniUmon-BX^moAck nun, n.e.ceA.vtd thz 6ad newi o^ the. 
death o^ kU ^otheA. at Steele., tkU i,tate., the ionepoAt oi the weefe. 

«»»»»»»»»« VecembeA 11, 1906 

Mc44 MoAi/ Jttlg, 15 yejoA. otd daughtzA oi HeAman I-ttcg o^ Havana, SoAgent County, 
dZe.d at the hoi>pltaJi ixut ThuAiday o^ appendA.<utU.& a^teA an iZtne/i& oi thAze weeiii>. 

Vece^i&zd came heAe. to attend ichoot and woi making heA home with heA iZiteA, Hk&. 
Otto Vonath, bat wcu take.n lU. uxithtn two daxji o^ heA oAAivaZ. The untimeJLy end oi the 
dzcea^ed Z& a ieveAe bloi/o to the. poAentb, and The HEWS zdJjtoA zxtendi iinceAZ i>ympathy to 
hit, old SoAQZnt County ^fUend in kii Zoii, . 

Tht Kemaini voeAZ ihtppzd to Havana ^OA buAcaZ. HA. Jttig uilihe^ thfwagh Thz WEWS 
to zxtznd kii thanki to iKLtndA and AeZatlveJ> heAZ ^OA thtlfi klndnzsi, and a&6l6tancz duA- 
i.ng the iZlnzii o^ hit, daaghteA. ThelA loving caAz did nach to AeZleve the laiieAtngi o^ 
the dzce/ued duAlng heA lUneM. ********** VtcejnbeA 27, 1906 



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19 7 

HfUt. F. NeumoM, one 0(J thz plonttn. A.uZde.nt6 o^ Hanlun6on, tit& at tht poJijit 
oi dexiih cut htn. komz on thz nofith iZde. oi town, and the. tnd JU exptcteA any time.. 

•«««»»•»«« January 5, 1907 

TEN YEARS AGO COLUMN. .. .HtnAy TfUmble., in jajUi at Wahpzton ioK thz muJidex oi G. 
K. Hagzn at Watcott, commltte.d 6tu.cu.dz by hanging himeZl in kU cztt. H^ tJujxJi had 
been izt ioK thz ioUovilnQ week. ********** JanimAy 5, 1907 

HOORETON . . .Thz infant 6on oi Un.. and Uu. Vztzn. Johnion uxu, bafUzd in thz Cath- 
oUc CzmetzAy on Monday. •«»,,,«,,» JanuoAz/ 10, 1907 

Thz 4 yzoA. old ion o^ Ha.. and H/Ut. VKzd Stzin, who fiziidz i,outhzaj,t o^ Sono/vx, 
dizd thli> monning a^tzK a Zingzfiing ilZnzii. Thz {,aneAat wiZZ bz held Sunday. 

»•»»»»»»*« JanuoAy 10, 1907 

Thomas VKZbcott, onz oi thz pionzzn. izttleJU, oi thi& locality, dizd at kit, homz 

in CaZzdonia, WJ., on Pec. 27th, having bzen iick ion ovzn. a yzax at, thz /LZ&ult oi a iall. 

Vzcza&zd wa& boAn in Canada in 1S34 and will bz fLemzmbznzd by old timzu hcAzabouti. 

He Izit tkii locatUy about tzn yzau ago. 

»»»«,«,»,, January 10, 1907 

V. S. Mc Tlwaiji fizczivzd a mzi^agz yziteAday inom Hanvzy stating that kU, bKothzK 
Bunt had ac(u,dzntally i,hot and hlttzd hiimeZi. WhiZz ilaughtzfujfig hogi> hz itnuck at onz 
with thz butt oi a niilz, thz weapon wa6 di^chaAgzd and thz ball znteAzd hU body, caus- 
ing dzath within 30 minutzi. 

Thz uniontunatz victim wa& 22 yzam oi agz and wai quitz well known in Hanki.nl,on 
having viiitzd hznz duning thz hotidayi ju(,t pa^t. Har^inion inizndi zxtend dzzpzit sym- 
pathy to thz beJieavzd iamily. 

V. S. HcJluxiin Izit immzdiateZy on Kzczipt oi neuu, oi thz tnagzdy. 

«••«»»»»*« Januany 10, 1907 

kdolph Beii-ce, onz oi thz plonzeJU> oi Wahpeton, dtzd Sunday night oi EfUght'6 

dij,zai>z. Vzczoizd wai, 67 yzau old and had Itvzd thz past 23 yzanj> in Wahpeton, being 

engaged in thz fizal Zitatz bu6inz&6. 

•«,*»«»*»» januoAy 17, 1907 

A iivz yzan old son oi Hn. Petzn. Kfump oi BeZiond Towmhip succumbed to an 
attack oi pneumonia on Tuz&day, and thz iunenal i6 being held at thz Mantadon Catholic 
ChuAch today. .»*»*•».•« Januany 77, J907 

Thz iniant child oi Ma.. and Ufu>. fiZbznt Knaak dizd on Monday aitzn a bfiizi iZZ- 
nzi,6, and was buAtzd yzstznday. »«»»»*»•»« Januany 17, 1907 

A young man oi eighteen yeam named Pnaschol, whoiz poAznts Kzsidz in thz Walst- 
hjom oAza somz iiitzzn miZzs south oi hznz, dtzd this weefe aiteA a lingzning iZZnzss. 

««•»•»«»»« Januany 17, 1907 

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Old xuZdznti mJUL Kdmembtn. IUmi Cona MbKccht, iZitzA oi Thex), and Ofuyi 
ktbKzckt, who vZiLttd hcAz itvtnaJi ye^ua ago, and uilZZ be. palntd to Zavin o£ hzA dixUh 
Azce-ntZy. Sht hxw maxnltd and KtiZding Zn thz uout at thz turn oi hzA dtath. 

«««»«»»«»» JanuoAy 17, 7907 

M^. JuLLa. Kutka, 70 yojoM old, duidd at the. homz o{, hzK daaghteji, l{fu>. 5oi. Monty, 
on the old Lucken ^a/m neoA Stiltl, at 1:30 AM SatuAday moA.nZng. Vecejued wai> a Ktzznt 
aJOLivaZ Ifvom TzAgoi FalZi, UN. Thz ^aneAal wai held on Monday, Rev. Kanz conducting thz 
6eMilczi. ********** Ja-nuoAjy 17, 1907 

Mlbi Ella flihzfi'^ gfumdmothzA. dizd Jan. 18th at thz age o^ 82 yzoAj,. Vzczaizd 

Aj> iu/LvZvzd by two ckHdn.zn. . ,a daughtzA and a ^on. 

********** JanuoAy 24, 7907 

Thz agzd mothzfi o^ MK6. H. C. Sclmttz, KZiZding iouth 0(J tou)n, dJ.zd yz&tzAjiay 
moxnlng o^ poKalyili,. ********** January 24, 7907 

HinnZz, tlttlz daxightex. oi M.. and Ma4. UoAtin UzyzK, who fizkldz j'lUt ovzfi thz 
lUnz Zn Hinnz&ota town&htp, paMzd auay on Sunday a£teA a b^Uz^^ .iLtnzii, pneimonai being 
thz CJXiiiz oi heA dexvth. Thz {^unzAal uxill bz held today at thz homz. Rev. Kanz conducting 
thz AZfivtczi. Thz paAznti, havz thz sympathy oi alZ in theAA beAzavemznt. 

********** January 24, 7907 

CaAZ Kfutuiz, a 79 yzoA old boy, wai> Ifiozen to death nzofi EUzndalz du/Ung thz 
bltzzoJid la&t weefe. ThZi Z& thz only iatoLity KzpoKtzd danXng thz Kzcznt cold inap tn 
thli. connzn o^ thz i,tatz. ********** January 37, 7907 

Ma4. a. H. Cowlzi woi callzd to Wl&comZn la&t Wzdnziday to thz bzd&ldz oi hzA 
agzd {jotheji, who wai KZczrvUy it/Uckzn with a ittokz Oi{ payaty&li, and Id not zxpzctzd 
to live. ********** JanuoAy 37, 7907 

Thz Infant child o^ Wi. and Atw. FetzA. Hoth dizd today a^tzn. an iMnzii oi a lew 
houAi. ********** JanuaAy 37, 7907 

Vz Etta LUlZan, daughtzn. o^ Mk. and MA4. P. S. McZlwaln, pa&izd away F^Zday 
moAnZng, Feb. 7^*, a^tzn. ^tullznJjig ion. a ^ew houu with pneumonia. Thz lUttlz onz 
wai boAn on KpnlZ 77, 7906, and woA Jun thz bz6t o^ health until within a ^zw houAi o^ 
heA death. Thz iunzAol wai> held inom thz GeAman LutheAan ChuAch on Sunday, Rev. leAiln 
conducting thz i,zfi\jlce. Ma. and MA6. Mcllwain havz thz i>yinpathy o^ all In thexA had 
beAzavemznt. ********** FzbAuaAy 7, 7907 

Mas. Gzongz E. Moody Azczlvzd a mziiagz la&t SatuAday announcing thz death oi 
heA bAotheA Adolph BuAou, which occuAAzd at Elizabeth, Mn., on Thtday evening. The 
caoiz oi hi& death betng pnzumonta. M/u. Moody Izit on Monday'& pa&&engeA to attznd thz 
iunzAal &zAvlcz& which WZAZ held at thz LutheAan ChuAch oi Elizabeth, on Tuz&day aiteA- 
noon. Vzcza&zd lzavz& a wliz and thAzz chlldAzn to mouAn hl& untimely dzath. 
. . . .BRECKENRWGE GASETTE.... ********** VebAuoAy 7, 7907 

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Edwa/id BuAMi, ^atheJi o^ Ufa. Hoody and aZio ^otheA OjJ thz dzczoizd uxu one o£ the. 
^lut ieXtlejLi oi OttzAtaiZ County, MW., and mzZZ kywwn to att thz old ieXtltU o£ Hank- 
Znion, Gfiejxt Bend avvd \}lltd Rice vX.(U.nlty. 

« »»*»»»»»» FzbmoAy 7. 1907 

MO(?RETON...Tfee AJiiant dUZd oi Ma., and Hu. S. Radouildi dlzd on Wzdnuday. 

««•»*»«««« FcbKuoAjj 14, 1907 

Thz £ouA monthi otd dultd oi Ua.. and Wu,. HaAtin FcZZbaum, who KUA.de. in lUjnneJiOta. 

TowrUikLp, died on Ffuxiay a^tzfi a bfu.ei AjULneMi. 

»*«»»»»»»» Tdbfuuvuj 14, 1907 

An Indian named John Wakanna, Zoadtd uxcth an ovtn.do6t o^ £-inewateA, toit hli way 
and 0)04 ^fvozen to dexith neoK Jem,on'6 Zitand, RobeAti County, during the late btLzzaxd. 

»«•«»««««* Vzbnwviy 21, 1907 

The txJjxt oi Anton BeJ>otd, iofmeAZy oi Hankijuon, fit&utted in a ven.di.cX. oi munden. 
In the second degKee at Loi AngeZe^, CA. 5en;tence hoe, not yet been pae>ie.d but he vuiZl 
pfvobabty be gZven cZoie to the maximun, ioK the mufiden. oi kid wiie woi one oi the mo^t 
doita/idly in cfUminal annaZd, Stntijnent fiete wouZd have iavoKtd hanging, but at, the evi- 
dence wai aZi ciAcumitantiaZ the juAy he.6iXated to tnilict the iupxeme penaZty. 

»••«»* » » « » FefaAauAy 2&, 1907 

Uu. bliZheZjnina Witt, wc^e oi Wm. WZtt, pa&Aed away on Tuesday aiteA monthi oi 
/>uiieAing ifiom canceA oi the stomach. The end had been expected ioK lome time and ihe 
pa&^ed into the lait long ileep peaceiuZZy, luAfiounded by heA fieZcutLveM and ifiiendi. 
With tfuxe ChAc&tian ioAtitude ihz enduAed the monthi, oi pain with a iulZ knowledge oi 
Zte> uZtimate iataZ tenmination. 

Vecexaed, with heA husband, wojk among the pioneeM along the WiZd Ri.ce, but a 
iew yeoAt, ago they became fLeJ>idznt6 oi Hankin&on. A loAgz ciAclz oi iAZzndi iezl heA 
lo-i-i keenly and aZZ iympathZzz with the beAeaved husband. 

Thz iuneAaZ was heZd thU aiteAnoon, seAvZczi being conducted at the house by 
Rev. leAiin, and thz KemaZns wzAe laZd to theiA iinal A.zit in thz WiZd Ri.cz CemzteAy, 
noAXh oi town. ********** VebtmoAy n, 1907 

Tony, thz onZy ion oi Un.. and Ma/,. Jos. KeAn, dizd on SatuAday zvening oi append- 
icitis, at the age oi eZght and a hali yzoAS. Thz little ieZlow was sick about ten days 
and succumbed to the eHecti oi an opeAatZon, whZch was thz only chance oi saving his 
IZie. Besides the soAAowing poAznts, iouA siSteAS oaz leit to mouAn thz untimeZy end oi 
Tony, who was onz oi the bAightzst and most popuZoA littZz ieZlows in thz community. 

Thz iunzAaZ was heZd on Tuzsday, szAviczs bzing conducted at thz Catholic ChuAch 
by Rev. Studnicka. HZs school matzs attzndzd in a body and among thz bzautiiul iloAxiZ 
oiizAings was a wAzath iAom the chiZdAen. 

hiA. and Mas. KzAn wish thnough thz hIEWS to expAzss theiA gAotiXude to the nzigh- 
boAS, pubtic school tzachzfis and the chiZdAzn ioA theJji klndZy aid and sympathy In the 



houA. o{) thzAJi bojiejovemant. The. ioZlcJitJudt and 60Mjow o^ the. cltitdAen touched the poAenti 
dteply. •»»*«»«»«» rd}maAi/ 28, 1907 

BESOLD SENT UP ioK LIFE 
Sentenced to Lcjje ImpKAJtotmejnt {^ofi WZfJe MuAdeA 

LOS ANGELES EXAMINER, Feb. 26th Anton Behold imi> /.zntznced to Uie imp/u^on- 

ment AJi San QaeMln petiUeMloKy ye/^teAdaij {^oK the. mundex oi kU wijje. Judge 8.N. SmiXh, 
who pfuonounctd the itrvtejite., dujd not pejmlt the pKlkoneA. to make, a statement a6 to why 
judgement ihouZd not be. paired upon him. 

"J am not guXZty," iald Behold tn fie.6pon&e to the Judge'6 que^t^xn. "The tAutk li 
that " The judge ^nteAAupttd htm by 6aytng: 

"It ti the judgmznt o^ tkii, count that you be con£tned In the itate'i pfuMon dux- 
Ing the. continuance o{, youfi natuAot ti£z." 

"1 am innocent," Behold voai, heoAd to lay agaJbi undeA hi& bKeaXh, "and I ihall nevex 
wonk In the itate.'^ prison." 

0{i{,lctfU> who heoAd the fiemank zxpAe^6ed the beLiei that BeJ>otd Intended to commit 
iutcJ.de. tuxthefL than be con^nzd in the. pentte.nttaJiy , 

The attohncy in the ctwe ij^ed the uiuaZ motion {ok a new tfUaZ. 

[TheAz ofie. many anticZeJi on the BeJtotd muAdex itoKting with the. Oct. 4th ti-iue. o^ the 
HanfzZn6oni,on New6 up to thii datz.) 

HeAman Pankow, a young man 23 yeoM old, died Satufidaij night ^Kom the eiiectt, oi 
an opeAation {,oA. appe.ndicitii , peJiloHmed the pA.zvtout Tuesday. The. dliexue had reached 
iuch an advanced itage that he was unable to fiaiZy {,Komt the e^^zcti o^ the opeAation. 

Veczaticd wa6 boKn on MoAch Ut, 1884, at KaiAchain, Wl., coming to thii countAy 
with hii poAenti at thz age. o{ iive. yeoAi when they ietitzd thAtz mitei noith oi town. 
HeAz hz g/LCW to manhood and hii untimely znd ii mowmzd by a loAge ciAcle oi inlendi. 

The iuneAal wai hzld Tuziday aitzAnoon, Rev. HilgendoKi conducting the iz/wicei 
at thz Wild Zicz ChuAch, and thz Azmaim wzAZ laid to AZit in thz cemzteAy neoA by. 

Thz bzAzavzd mothzA and iamily wiih to expAZii thziA thanki tJnAough Thz NEWS to 
neighboAi and inlendi ion thein many kindly acti du/Ung thz doAk dayi oi theiA ionAow. 
WoAdi can but ieebly zxpAZii thzin gnatitadz ion the kindnzii ihown. 

Uu. Kinn, motheA oi UAi . Wm. KAouiz, dizd at thz home oi thz lattzn izvzntzzn 
miXeJi iouthwzit oi heAZ on Tuziday monning at thz nipe old age oi 86 yzoAi. The iunznaZ 
wiZl bz hzld tomoAAow. «••«»«»»»« MoAch 7 1907 

H. C. VaAilow Azczivzd a mziiage Tuziday announcing thz dangznoui illnzii oi hii 
iathzA at Hoiiman, MW., and Izit on thz night tAxUn ioA hii bzdiidz. 

A mziiage Azceived thii aitznnoon annoimczi thz death oi Ma. VaAilow, Sn. Vzceaizd 

a35) 



woi 77 yejxM old and lzavt6 tkfizz ckUdA.cn. f^. H. C. PoAilow lexivu toru^Qht ioK 
lioiiman. ********** ^^^ ,^^ j^^^ 

Otio KuQVubt VonaXh, 36 yzcju, old, dizd at kU homz in thli vtttage. on Sunday 
a^t^fL an XJLtnzMit o{ ahout ^o inontki>. Typhoid izvcA. ^oZZowZng an attack o^ dCphthzAZa 
woi thz caiuz 0^ hli dzath. 

Vzczoizd woi bonn in CeAmany on Aug. 22nd, 1871 , and came, to thU country with 
hi& poAznti whzn iix yzau old, itttling nzan. Gltncot, U.H. Thxtt yejou lateA thuj moved 
to MoAtJi "Dakota, joining thz Client Bend colony. In 1889 deceoAerf 6tttle.d in Taylon Town- 
ihip, SaAgcnt County, but in 1893 KttuJine.d to Richland County and ha& ^ince. ntltidtd in 
thii viciniXy. Hz uiai moKHicd 4 even ycafib ago to Hi6i> Annie. Stei,n, and be^idzi the uiidow, 
two 6on6, aged jjotfl and tujo KeMpectiveXy, axe le^t to mouAn hij, loi^. Hi6 aged motkeA 
al&o lufwiMZJi him and ii, a Keiidzrvt o^ Hankimon. 

Thz {^uneAol ixiai held ytiteAday, AeJivicti bei,ng conducted at the GeAman Lutheran 
ChuAch by Rev. ZeA&in at 2 ?M and inteAment was made in the net*} cemzteAy on the Wm. Weit- 
phal {^oAm. A b^otheA, EmiZ Tonath oi Gfiejat Bend, and tuio 6il>teAi, Wii. HeAman JUig o^ 
Havana and M/l6. MoAy UilleA, uxiXh theiA ^amiZici uieAe among thoie who attended the. {,uneAal. 
ThAee otheA ii&teAi, weAe unable to be pfizient owing to iZlne^A, 

* ******** t fj^^^ 21, 1907 

Henty Cowley Vaulow, Sa.., was boAn on MoAch 3Ut, 1830, at CambAigty GlouctteA- 
ihiAe, England. 

ThAee yeoAt, lateA hij, mothzA died and hli, ^athen. le£t him an oAphan. ThiAteen 
yeoAi lateA, at 22, he came to the United Statu, settling among fLclativzk on a £aAm at 
Haitian, Hennepin County, MW., wheAZ he lived until 1868, whe.n he moved to Delano, UN., 
wheAe he wo* manAied to Anna B. Tfiomp6on, on UoAch 4th, 1870. FouA ye/vu ago they moved 
to Ho{^{^man, t^H., maki,ng theiA homz with thziA youngeA ion, Whi,pplz Vay....wheAZ hz pzace- 
iuUUj pa66zd away on MoAcA 14th, 1907, at thz agz oij 76 yzoAk, 11 monthi and 14 dayi,, 
luMjoundzd by hij, wi{z, daughteA Annie E., and tuio 40WA, W. F. o£ HojJiJman and HznAy C. 3k., 
o£ Hankinion, WP. 

FuneAal izfiviczii weAz hzld at the Kz&idencz, Hoi^man, UN., at 2 PM, on Saturday, 
MoAch 16th, Rev. Godwand o i{^cJjoJJ.ng , and at W. H. landi^' Undzntaking Roomi, HinnzapolCi , 
at 2 VU. on Sunday, UoAch 17th, Rev. Haupt o^ St. UaAk'6 ChuAch o iiiciati.ng . JnteAmznt 
was madz at Lakeuood CemzteAy. »»»««*»*«» UoAch 21 1907 

UAi. John Hipp dizd at heA home on the noAth iide 0({ town lai,t SatuAday a& the 
Aziult oi complicationi following chiZdbiAth. Vzcea&zd wai 28 yzoAi old and Izavzi a 
huiband and two imall childAzn to mouAn heA lo66. She wai, highly zitzemzd among hzA 
neighboAi. FuneAal izAvicei wzAZ conducted at thz Catholic ChuAch on Monday by Rev. J. 
F. Studnicka. ********** ^^^ 2S, 7907 

Thz infant child o^ AlhzAt Felton oi VeAnon died oi livzA tAoublz at Lidgznwood 

on Sunday oi Ixut wzek, and the body was bAought heAe ioA buAial lait Thuuday. Thz 

poAzntjt havz the sympathy oi all. ********** KpnJJi 4, 1907 

036) 



VEATH OF A PIONEER 

WUhizImcna. SchAotdzA, vxiit oi John SduiozdeA, Sx. , dlnd at hzn. home. In tkZi 
\jltta.gz on tJ.onday mofinlng cut 9 AM, Zn thz 6Zvznty-thLfid ymA o£ hzfi tiid. Shz had bzzn 
■itl ioK itvzfuxZ. monthi and thz tnd wai not unzxpzcteA. 

Vzcza&e.d u}a& boKn on Pec. 12th, 1S54, In Gtnmany, and on hlov. ISth, USS, uxu> 
moAfUtd to John Sdtowzdvi. Two yejuu, latzA thzij zmigfuUzd to thz Unitzd Statu, 4,eXt- 
ting nejvi MayvltZz, WI. In 1881 th&y camz to Richland County, whejiz thzy havz ilncz 
fiuldtd, 6tttting {/Jikt In BtlioAd Towmkip and lattfi In GKttndaZt. About a yzoA ago 
thzy btcamz fiuidtntt ojj HaniUMon. 

Ve-djutd wai the. motheji oiJ eZtveji chJJLdJien, nine, oi whom 6an.vt\jz heA and aZl 
Ke^lde In thli vtcJjuty. They axe. •• hiu. Cha& HeJji, Wn. PeteA Itnzen, Uxt, . R. Bettin, 
UfiM. E. A. King, ^Iw. Chait. PauZ&on, John A., Otto, AZbtfit and EmiZ. One bfiotheji, John 
Wejidt, Zi a fieMldent o^ ZeJLiohd Towmhtp. The. husband aJUo ^uAu^vei htfi but U, Ln Rait- 
ing heaZth. Veceoizd tived to a fujpz old age iuAAounded by heJi duldxen and lohtij gAjand- 
cKULdKzn, and only tat>t KovembeJi thz aged couple ceZehfuitzd theJji Golden bedding Annlv- 
eAiaJiy. 

Thz {^uneJial wai, held on Wedntiday a{teAnoon and the GeAman Evangelical ChuAch wai 
cAowdzd with loHAowing Inlendi who atiembled to pay theln lait fizipzcti to onz who wa& 
univzually z&tzemzd (^OK hzn. many good qualltizi. Thz iZAvlczi wzfiz conducted by Reu. 
Kunz and Intznmznt took place In thz cemztzty louth o^ town. 

********** Ap^x^ n, 1907 

JalluM TKazz pa6izd away at hli home on thz nonth i>lde o^ town on Monday moaning 
at 9 A}.{ o{ comumptlon a{^teA a lingering ltlnz66. 

Vzceoizd wai bonn on July 19th, 1872, In GeAmany, and ieXtlzd ovzt In Hinnz6ota 
Township 73 yeoAi ago, moving to town la&t laUi. Hz wai mafOtizd to Emma Colzman ieven 
yeoAi ago and Ik huxvlved by thz widow and ilvz chlldfLzn, bzildzi hli mothtfi, {^oua ili- 
teAi and onz bAotheA. 

Vecea6zd was highly AZipzctzd by all and thz lympathy ol thz community It, extend- 
zd to thz bzAzavzd lamlly. 

Thz luneAol Xi being held today {fiom thz Lutheran ChuAch acAoii, thz line In South 
Dakota, oi which Reu. CloeXeA li paitoK. 

* * * • * ApUt n, 1907 

An eJiAOK aj, to thz luAvlvlng Aelatlvzi wai made In thz obltuoAy notlcz oi Uk. 
Jullui PAazz 04 pAlntzd In lait Wzzk'i MEWS. Ezildzi the widow and mothzA, theAZ oaz 
iouA b/wtheAi and one iliteA itlll living. 0{, thzie thz motheA, iliteA and onz bfwtheA, 
A-Zildznti oi lUnnziota, wzAZ pAeJiZnt at thz iunzAal. M^. S. A. Lidiay, a iliteA oi M^. 
fAazz, came inom Staplzi, UU., alio to attend thz iunznal, accompanlzd by hzA huiband. 

^k4, FAoze wlihzi thAough thziz columm to zxpAZii heA thanki to inlzndi ioA thelA 

many acti oi klndnzii du/ung thz doAk houAi oi heA iOfiAow. 

,»»»«««*«» Ap^^ 25, 7907 

a371 



In toiiit weefe'i ^4ue ol Thz NWS an account woi glvzn 0(J the. gotdzn wtdding 
annivtUOAy OjJ lA/u,. SchAom'i pofieMU at Edzn VaZJiuj, MN. ThJji weefe it Zi oujl iad duty 
to chAonlcZt thz dznth oi one. o£ thz pnJjicJipaJU , HfU. UoAy FouAnlzn., mothzn. o^ Uu. 
SchAom. A teZzphonz meiioge Kzczlvzd thU moAyUng announczi) thz death o^ thz aged lady 
a^tzn. a bAtz^ -iZinzi^. Vzczoizd voai a nativz 0({ County LimzfUck, JJieland, and had Kzach- 
zd thz agz o^ 78 yeoAi. 

Wu. SchAom and daughtzA ikafuj Zzavz today to attend thz iunznat. 

• «»»««*•*» ^p^j^ 25, 7907 



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INDEX 

Aadland 59,84 

Abraham 52,53 

Achter 10 

Adams 30 

Addley 16 

Albert 12 

Albrecht 31,133 

Alex 115 

Allen 75 

T^dauss 9 

Anderson 11,90 

Andrews 74 

Armstrong 6,7 

Ash 22 

Ashley 64 

August 106 

Auty 105 

Back 30 

Backhaus 4 

Baisley 69 

Baker 6,103,113 

Balentine 5 

Ball 17,96 

Barger 37 

Barker 49 

Barnes 77 

Baum 47 

Beagle 31 

Beaton 11 

Bechtal 12 

Becker 49,62 

Behnke 119 

Belanger 9 

Beling 17,19 

Bellin 130 

Beman 34 

Bennett 11 

Berg 32,44 



to Film # 1570 



HANKINSON NEWS 



Berger 40 

Bergman 110 

Bernard 24,25,73 

Bemdt 7,15,25,26 

30,82,106,128,130 

Bemer 45 

Bertram 53 

Besold 123,126,134,135 

Bessie 132 

Biel 44 

Biggs 1 29 

Bill 61 

Billings 22 

Birnbaum 1 24 

Bladow 3,10,40,77,83,95,110 

Blake 50,55 

Blanchard 128 

Blew 54 

Bloomer 95 

Boelke 13,14,90,91 

Bohn 12,13,26,27,31 

32,52,57,58,78,90,95 

Boldt 40,41,91,92 

Bolz 110 

Bommersbach 8,44,105 

Bork 99 

Botts 84 

Bowditch 129 

Bowers 44 

Brackin 28,29,41 

Brandel 10 

Brandt 20 

Brecker 74 

Brendel 100 

Bresnaham 25 

Brewer 14 

"Brothers" 61 

Brown 100 

Brummund ....34,44,112,128 



Brusch 9 

Brush 10 

Budgwischki 4 

Burau 133 

Burrows 80,86,127 

Buscher 119 

"Butchered" 57 

Campbell 95 

Cannon 15,30 

Carlen 67 

Ccirpenter 22 

Carr 27 

Castle 12 

Chapin 79,89 

Chief Little Thunder ..119 

Chinaman 122,124 

Clark 49 

Coffa 17,90 

Colby 91 

Coleman 1 37 

Compton 81 

Cope 75 

Coppin ...1,2,19,24 ,69,70 

Coules 133 

Covell 1 29 

Cox 77,84 

Cress 14 

Crockett 49 



Dailey . . 
Dales . . . 
Dameral . 
Davidson 



.39 
.98 
.89 
..1 



Debbert 19,89 

DePee 45 

Dennhardt 47 

Deshon 53 

Devine 93 



(139) 



Dif f erding 104 

Dobberstein 81 

Dorman 34,44 

Dosch 5 

Doscher 7 

Drake 103 

Drug Bill 15 

Dumke 1 

Dunham 2,24 

Durant 19 

"Earthquake" Ill 

Edmands ...99,100,101,111 

Egan 98 

Eggert 71 

Ehlers 36 

Eichlen 51 

Eichler 9,10 

Elsen 17,61 

Ellis 81 

Elwick 3 

Engel 1 04 

Engler 116 

Enkers 28,29 

Ennen 38,39 

Erickson 80 

Erlandson 27,97,99 

Ernst 107 

Enzy 57 

Evenson 39 

Factor 13 

Farland 84 

Farnham 64 

Famsworth 64 

FeinMi 76 

Feckner 90 

Fellbaum 83,134 

Felton 1 36 

Fetters 31 



Fiebelkom 77,83 

Figge 13 

Fisher 46,64,133 

Fitzpatrick 66 

Flemlngton 78 

Foeltz 28,29,98 

Ford 124,128 

Forrest 16 

Forte 21 

Foss 54 

Fournier 138 

Frank 53 

Fraze 115,137 

Fredeen 64 

Fricke 114 

Frisbey 15 

Frtmdt 15,16,30,82 

Frutche 46 

Fulkerson 103 

Furlong 45 

Gabbert 42 

Gahler 10 

Garlow 13 

Cast 36 

Gates 40 

Gee 98 

"Gifts" 20 

Gilles 67 

Gimblett 30 

Glainske 106 

Glasner 107 

Glassel 42 

Gleason 87 

Goche 12 

Gogstetter 15,27,89 

Gollnick 1,11,110,113 

Goodboy 56 

Goodhue 105 

Gottfried 45,77 

(140) 



Gowan 25 

Gowin 27,38,39 

Graber 21 

Grant 34 

Greb 115 

Green 26,32 

Greendale Twsp 34 

Gregg 68 

Griepentrog ....8,11,15,26 

52,53,64,82,113,129 

Groeger 74 

Grombacher 94 

Grotte 2 

Grutzmacher 80 

Gustman 12,50 

Gutsmer 3,107,118 

Haase 40 

Haffner 20,21, 39 

40,46,69,129 

Hagen 85,119,132 

Halpus 35 

Halroyd 11 

Hcunann 105 

Hamilton 116 

Hammer 119 

Hanburg 1 

Hankinson 26,65 

Hcinna 76 

Hanson 16,37,66,130 

Hargrave 53 

Hartleben 67,77,83 

Hartwick 12 

Hastb jor 14 

Haugen 81 

Haverland 75 

Havilina 127 

Hawkins 78 

Haycraf t 3 

Hayden 21,82 



Heger 17 

Heidner 24 

Hein 52 

Heley 127 

Helf 69 

Hell 119 

Henke 51 

Hennen 62 

Hennerling 8,17 

Hennesey 80 

Hentz 42 

Herbert 76,116 

Hennis 10 

Herzig 94 

Hess 17 

Hibbard 116 

Higgins 45 

Hilton 34 

Hingst 73 

Hink 57 

Hipp 1 36 

Hoaglund 101,128 

"Hobo" 65 

Hoefs 31,95,107 

Hoeft 5 

Hoffman 65 

Hogen 93 

Hoglund 32 

Hohenstein 118 

"Hold-up Artist" 66 

Holm 84 

Holman 41 

Holthausen 37,38,39 

Holzhauer 26,27 

Hook 125 

Horn 21 

Hosf ord 36 

Hoskins 24 

Hount 114 

Houston 130 

Hovey 27 , 99 



Hughes .131 

Huls 41 

Hunger 16,64,89 

Hunt 1 06 

Huppeler 8 

Hussey 56 

Hutton 35 

Huvstad 49 

Hydramp 35 

Illig 131 

Ireland 22,105 

Iverson 16 

Jackson 125 

Jacobs 117 

Jacobson 102 

Jacgue 58 

Jaeger 46,47 

Jahnke 32 

Jahr 33,111 

Jarsky 8,9 

Jasmer 40 

"Jasper" 52 

Jastrow 2 

Johnson 7,10 13,16,30 

41,42,45,46,57,68,71,80,97 

115,132 

Jones 17,38,46,83 

Jost 3 

Jung 23 

Kamke 14 

Kapnick 12,119 

Kaslow 36 

Kath 114 

Kelly 117 

Kedney 60 

Kendey 60 

Kern 134 

Kiel 119 

(141) 



King 23,46 

Kinn 14,24,25,41 

106,107,135 

Kinnamon 76 

Kinney 24 

Kirsch 128 

Klawitter 42 

Klein 79,88 

Kleise 114 

Klinger 6 

Klosterman 17,110 

Kludt 34 

Kluge 7 

Knaak 4,6,58,78,132 

Knurr 65 

Kobelt 1 29 

Koenick 13 

Koerber 20 

Koppelman 13,14 

Korth 116 

Kotchian 3 

Kouba 125 

Koves 6,7,55,57,58,59 

Kramer 23,35 

Krause 1,25,36,76,81 

112,133,135 

Krebsbach 6,46,100,101 

Brieg 36 

Krueger 38 

Kxump 20,21,41,132 

Kube 77,83 

Kuehl 85 

Kuehn 119 

Kunert 44 

Kunz 10,93 

Kutka 133 

Kutter 18,54 

Kyle 87,88 



Laboda 20 

Lambert 50 

Landa 127 

Landdick 6,7 

La Qua 57 

Lathrop 32 

Latzke 46 

Lavalle 130 

Lawrence 40,46,116 

Lay ton 23 

Leathart 10 

Leitch 9 

Lelm 13 

Lenzen 86 

Lien 62,63,107 

Llenen 14 

Link 17 

Linse 5 

Lisk 35 

Little 71 

Loebs 42 

Logue 8 

Lokken 44 

Loll 20,80,114 

Lovinski 45 

Ltibenow 26 

Lucy 10 

Luepke 95 

Luick 43,120 

Lumbardy 32 

Lund 4 

Maas 77 

Mace 16,36 

Machkovich 2 

Mac Leod 30 

Mahler 36 

Marboe 14 

Maxsch 11 

Martin 115 



Martinek 17 

Marguardt 23 

Mathieson 73 

Matrimony 11 

Mauer 8,17 

May 16 

Mc Clure 59 

Mc Donald 9 

Mc Fray 32 

Mc Gray 37 

Mc Ilwain 132,133 

Mc Intyre 3 

Mc Kinnon 127 

Mc Morrow 107 

Medenwaldt/t 5,26,75 

Medlar 1 

Meyer 46,47,133 

Meyers 52 

Miesen 3 

Milbrandt 42,110 

"Misunderstanding" 29 

Mittag 8,29,64 

Moe 41 

Moen 71,99,100,104,122 

Mohs 1,31,40 

Moody 133 

Morten 5 

Moses 8 

Mosier 2,75 

Moulton 9 

Mourer 70 

Movius 10,60 

Muehler 26 

Mullins 39 

Mvirphy 130 

Murray 1 

Nehmer 21 

Neisinger 65 

Neitzel 14 



Nerison 33 

Ness 125 

Nesson .52,64,81,96,97,125 

Neumann 1,11,132 

Newbauer 33 

Newby 14 

Nickells 20 

Northbridge 33 

Norton 54,62 

Nulph 39 

Numberger 4 

Ocenbach 99 

'Conner 56 

Oechsner 110 

Ogden 6 

Ohm 1 29 

Oliver 11 

Olson 50,92,116 

Orcutt 71 

Osbey 67 

O'Shea 93 

Oslund 81 

Ostberg 30 

Ostbert 89 

Owen 19 

Paine 41,97 

Pankow 5,41,135 

Parker 52,96,125 

Parslow 22,44,135 

Passineau 36 

Paulson 32,47,69,88 

Pautz 1 1 , 84 

Pecirl 46 

Pecinovsky 65 

Pederson 21,23,92 

Pelzel 39 

Peters 89 

Peterson ..52,79,88,91,125 



C142) 



Petret 21,22 

Petterson 27 

Pf luger 14 

Phelps 7 

Phillips 70 

Pieh 94 

Pirmantgen 117 

Pless 1 

Ploeovitz 23 

Pohl 73,76 

Polfuss 25 

Ponath 136 

Pond 2,128 

Popp 9,17,19,106 

Prahl 10 

Praschol 132 

Pribbernow 21,22 

Prochnow 38 

Rackow 44 

Radditz 40,41 

Radloff 69 

Radowich 1 34 

Raseum 14 

Raymond 124 

Redemsky 19,64 

Reichstad 4 

Reilly 89 

Reimer 53 , 65 

Rice 15 

Riddle 10 

Rieck 89 

Rinderman 35 

Ringus 121 

Rising 41 

Ritter 21 

Rodin 90 

Roe 65 

Roeder 41 

Roen 90 



Rogers 78 

Ronnell 23 

Rooney 23 

Rosenbaum 131 

Rosoff 44,118 

Roth 17,133 

Rothgeber 60 

Rowe 24 

Rubenstein 29,30 

Ruf svold 119 

Rushe 87 

Russell 14,31,45,46 

Ruttkay 17 

Saltzwedel 103 

Sander 26,38 

Sando 44 

Schaf er 3 

Scheller 47 

Scheff 87 

Schiller 44 

Schlagel 5 

Schlener 101 

Schmidt 36,56 

Schramm 138 

Schneider 97,128 

Schroeder 8,9,11,23 

33,55,137 

Schuck 67 

Schuett 77 

Schultheis 20 

Schultz 38,43,94,133 

Schwager 93 

Schwanzlustig 32 

Seba 20 

Sedler 38,39,84,113 

Seidensticker 87 

Senkbeil 32 

Sether 124 

Shanley 95 



Shea 112 

Shelland 22 

Shelton 54 

Shields 10 

Shipe 130 

Simon 60 

Simondon 69 

Simpkins 69,70 

"Sky Pilot" 4 

Smith 31 

Snow 45 

Snyder 45 

Soderquist 32 

Soe 5 

Sorenson 17 

Spaberg 41 

Spiers 58 

Spotten 11 

Sprague 79 

Staker 61 

Stach 20,40,56 

Stack 40,91 

Stadstad 68 

Steele 93 

Stef anson 50 

Stein 36,40,80,132,136 

Steinwehr 71 

Sterling 94 

Stillwell 46 

Stone 1 27 

Stovey 82 

Strachan 68 

Strissel 6,8,9,27 

Stokeley 5 

Stoltenow ..3,10,24,80,100 

Strohm 6 

Strubel 9,117 

Studnicka 10,104 

Suckow 69 

Sugarman 44 



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Sutton 75 

Swanson 5 

Sweeney 54,56,96 

Sweet 82 

Swelander 50 

Tauch 11 

Telegram 33 

Thatcher 35 

Theede 29,30,31,44 

"The Truth" 19 

Thill 25,35,69 

Thomas 130 

Thompson 127,136 

Tiegs 8,26,113 

Tix 12,32 

Todd 72,80 

Tommefson 93 

Torkelson 106 

Torrey 63 

Tosney 59 

Tracy 86 

Trainor 6 

Trapp 28,29,42 

Tribzek 75 

Trimble 132 

Tripke 37,38,60 

Trott 69 

Tubbs 77 

Tyler 2 

Tyson 15,16,23,68 

Umbreit 4 

Undecided 72 

Unkart 4 

Unknown 68,94,95,97 

104,108,118,120 

Valintinson 19 

Van Buskirk 108 



Van Mill 21,23 

Vedder 36,42,128 

Verchmin 71 

Wagner 8,26 

Wahl 3 

Walte 71 

Hakama 134 

Walby 9 

Walker 9,11,17,36 

Wallace 93 

Wallman 36 

Walstrom 30 

Walstrum 100 

Walters 12 

Warner 19 

Waterhouse 33,78,106 

Wawers 30,31 

Weber 35,40,41,94 

Weinkauf 33,46,47 

81,82 

Wendt 40,41,44,137 

Wessel 69 

Westphal 42,77,83 

Westrup 46 

Wexler 29,30 

Whalen 56 

White 14 

Wllberg 58 

Wilcox 33 

Wilhelm 82 

Wilkie 53 

Willard 35 

Williams 18 

Wilm 125 

Winthorst 12 

Wiper 1 

Wipperman 67 

Wirth 5 

Wlrtz 68 



Witt 20,26,38,84,98 

106,114,134 

Wittman 12,13 

Wohlwend 3 

Woiwode 57,107 

Wolf 18,45 

Wolf gren 10 

Wolter 10 

Woodhouse 37 

Woolsey 61 

Worchester 67 

Womer ..21,32,45,75,110 
Wrege 60,67 

Young 80,105 

Zatachka 19 

Zenbarth 51 

Ziegelman ...20,21,33,34 
77 

Zimmerman 25,35,77 



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