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FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY 
35 NORTH WEST TLiMPLE 
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NEWS 






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May 19, 1910 - June. 12, 1913 

MARRIAGE and VEATH ANMOUNCEMENT EXTRACTTOWS 
FfLOm 
Thz HANKINSON NEWS 
HAWKIW50N, RJCHLANV COUMTy , WORTH VAKOTA 

By 

Etizabzth M. CoUini 
11638 SE I64ih St. 
RENTON, WA. 98058 



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© 1993 Elizabeth M. Collins 
Copyright 1993 by Elizabeth M. Collins 
All Rights Reserved Worldwide 

Printed in the United States of America 



MTNMESOTA TOWNSHIP 
JotuM St/Lzgz woi Aece/Ltty moAJilzd to fUM Smcth, a young lady who6z poAznti uizd 
to tive. on the. Ffumk SteAn pZcLct. ThzJUi {^fiidndi zxtznd ciongfuitulation& . 

InvAJjButloni havz bzzn -Uiue-d ioK thz mafvUM.gz o^ Hu^ EUZ.Z Kfuunz to UfL. Cha&. Ebtt, 
to takz plcLce. at thz GeJman Eu. ChuAcJi on ThuAiday, hiay I6tk. 

********** May 19, 7970 

Mc44 Eirma Hzin. Itavzi SatuAday ion W^ZZUton to attznd thz wzdding oi heA bfiotheA, 
L. E. Hzin to Hiii UaAlon SundeAkau^, which happy zvztvt li to ocjcuA June Sth. 

The. pAjOiptctLvz QKoom gKew to manhood in Hanklnion and tht bKidt-to-be. is a daughteA 
o£ A. E. SundeAhaa£, a ^ofmeA fieJ>ldent oi OJahpeXon and weZZ knoim in thii>, vicinity. 

********** 2um 2, 1910 

An item 0(J new* in oua Zait ii,6ue. woa tvidentiy KzceA.vzd ^fuom a mc&takeji iniokmant, 

<u> we o/ie in Azceipt oi a notz £Aom Hl&i Anna EeAndt, dated at Ei&moAck, ai bottom: 

"Thz statement in youA papeA conceAning thz maAniagz o^ John BZanchoAd and Ulii 

Anna BeAndt i6 ^aliz. Uo iuch moAAixigz i& to takz placz." 

Thz young lady'i statement ought to bz concMisivz, and we fiegKet thz puhtlcation 

0)5 thz zfownzou^ ^pofit. 

********** 2unz 1, 1910 

WEBSTER - nOSENKRANI 

MoAAizd, at thz homz o^ thz b/udz'6 paAznti, HoJUoway, MN., on Wzdnziday, Junz Ut, 
EZZa LouAj,z, daughteA oi Ua. and Hfi&. Otto HoienkAanz, and Ma. JAvin Wzb&teA oi LidgzA- 
wood, 7?ev. R. R. WonneA oiiiciating. 

BzioAz a zompany oi 75 invitzd guziti, xeZativzi and intimatz ifiizndi> oi thz cont/iazt- 
ing poAtizi, in a homz dzcofuxtzd viith imiZax and noizd, "Ta.u^h Wzb6teA" took to himzii 
04 uiiiz "Md>6 Etta" on Wzdnziday aitznnoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. R. R. WomeA, Gz^man Ev. 
miniiteA oi VuZuth, pAjommuncing thz wofdii> that unitzd thz t^o. 

Thz bfitdz uiofLZ a dAz&6 oi ivofiy vohitz net and coAHizd Amznican bzauty fwheJ^; thz 
MatAon oi Honox,' Uij,& Agnei Ro4enfcwnz, wofvz a limplz gom. oi whitz loim.; thz young lady' 6 
attendants, Hl&i>zi Amelia KoiznkAonz and Cicily Wzb&teA, wofui gown oi whitz VzUian lawn. 

Thz gAoom imu, attUizd in conventional black, AnthuA UoiznkAanz, bAotheA oi thz bfiidz, 
actzd Oi, bz6t man. 

Hi&6 Ida Roienfctanz playzd thz wzdding moAch 04 thz pAocz&iion iotmzd and walkzd to 
thz altoA. Kt thz cZo^z oi thz ceAemony and aitzn congAatulation& , thzAz iollowzd a wzdding 
6uppeA wklcA wa& ieAvzd to thz gaz6t& pAz&znt. 

A bzautiiat oAAay oi handiomz pnziznt6 weAz on di&play, including many costly oAticZe^ 
oi silvzA and cut glzis. 

That zvzning a chaAiva/u. woi hzaAd that U)a6 wzU. oAganizzd and ably mannzd. 
Thz bAidz i& a nizcz oi Rev. and Mas. E. F. Hoviai oi LidgeAwood, and ie, quitz wzll knom. 
thzAz. Thz gfujom nzzds no intAoduction to thz pzoplz oi thz vicinity. Hz ii thz youngest 
ion oi M/i. and MfU. Jamzi WzbsteA. 

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Mt. and Ma4. Wzb4>teA mlZ makz tkzAJi home, aju LibzAty Gaovz Towmkip, wheAz thz Qfwam 
Jii> zngagzd in ^oAmlng. 



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Vz&tzAday, cut WiiZi&ton, tkz maJifujigz o{, Mui Uafiion SundzAhaai to Wt. Louaj, E. Hzin 

won, ioZzmnlzzd. Thz gfix>om hoi, a poiZtion on aiiZitant ccahlzA oi thz ¥-Uu>t Statz Bank oi 

UndzAWood, HV. , whzAz thz nzwZywzdl, mJLZ makz thzOi homz. We hopz to bz ahtz to g-ivz a. 

fizpofit oi thz wzdding nzxt vJzzk. 

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At iouA PM thii a.^tznnoon, at thz homz oi thz bAidz'6 poAznti, Mk. and Mti. JuLiiu 

Bfuumund, uxitt occuA thz moAAiagz o^ thzVi daiightzA., MatJuZda, to hifi. HzAman Bfummimd. 

Thz young pzopZz havz tivzd in thii> Zocatlty 6incz childhood and ha\jz many ^fiiznds vjho 

join ijfi uji&hing thzm a long and ha.ppy moAAizd Zi^z. 

********** 

Van R. Jonei ol Iflahpzton hxU) gonz zait to bz moAAizd and uuMi kUi bfiLdt voiZl attznd 

thz lioo6zvzZt homzcoming in Nzw Vofik City on June ISth. 

********** 

Thz moJuUagz o^ m&6 Etizabzth Uayz laQua. txs fAfi. ffizd knthuJi Lzavitt took pZaaz 
yz/LtzAday at Lzmmon, SV. Thz young pzopZz oAz wzZZ known hzKz, thz bfiidz bzing a. daugh- 
tzA oi Wi. and Hw. E. P. LaQim.. Shz iJ> a. young vooman oi many accompZiJihmznti and hoi a 
ho-it oi {/tizndi in tki6 vicinity, 

Thz gfioom wcw ioAmzAiy a. Aziidznt o^ Hankimon but ^ofi hzvzAoZ. yzani, hai, hzZd a 
Az6pon6ibZz po-iition voith onz o^ thz Lzmmon Bank& and i6 ^oAging to thz incnt as a. 4ticc- 
z^-&iul young bu&inzj>6 man. Thz young pzopZz havz. many ^fUzndi hzAz who zxtznd congfiat- 
uZationi and be^t wi&hzi. 

********** Jy^g 9^ J9y(, 

SUNVERHAUF - HEJN 

A wzdding o^ no ZiXtZz intzAz&t to Hankinion pzopZz occuAAzd at l/lilZi&ton, NV., on 
Wzdnziday, June 8th, whzn fU^i HaAion SundzAhaai and M/i.. LouiJ, E. Hzin wzAz unltzd in 
maAfUagz. 

Thz czAzjnony took pZacz at thz homz o{^ thz bnidz'i Unclz and Aunt, Ai^. and Ww. 
A. J. Be44^e, in thz pAzizncz o^ AzZativzi and a ^zw intimatz ({/ixencts. Rev. F. 5. HoZlett, 
ToMtofi oi thz Fiut M. E. ChuAch, oi{^ciating. Ha,6 Emma. Hzin actzd oi bfu.dzJ,maid, whiZz 
thz gKoom woi attzndzd by M/t. Gzo. SundzAhoufi. Romma. Bziiiz, a coa&in o{ thz bAcdz, waj, 
ningbzoAzA and thz wzdding moAch wa& pZayzd by Ua&tzn. AdoZph Bzi6iz. 

FoZZowing thz czAzmony a wzdding bAzak{,a.6t waJ, izAvzd, covzu bzing Zjald ^OA 24, and 
Ha. and M/la. Hzin Zz^t on thz GAzat l^oAthzAn in thz aitzAnoon ioA hlinot and thzncz to 
thziA homz at UndzAwood, whzAz thz gAoom iJ> a^/iiitant coihizA oi thz TiA&t Statz Bank. 
Thzy wiZZ bz at homz af^tzA JuZy l6t. 

TzZzgAam6 0($ congAotuZation ihom ^Aiznd6 and AzZativzi at Hankinion, Wahpzton, Uzw 
YoAk and othzA pointi wzAz AzceZvzd duAing tixz day, and thz bAidaZ coupZz wzAz thz Azcip- 
iznti 0^ manq bzauti{^uZ qiiti oi iiZvzAwoAz and cut (^^joj^a . 

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Thz HEWS jo-itU) mXk many otheJi Hcwklnion ^Alzndi in. zxtzndlng congmutatcutLom and 
be/>t uiUhe^ io tkz neMLy vozddzd poAji. 

Lajit Tku/Lidny Wm. V-LzpeA. ita/itzd the. tUt o^ wzddingi by being joimd Zn wzdZock to 
HiSi Gu^ta lizglzman. Both poAtiu afiz wzZZ known, and thzJUi ho-it oi ^filznds zxtznd 
htojcty cjong^iatuZatloni,. 

Invitatloni oAz out ioK tkz moAJiaigz o^ HUi Hetty Wendt to Hx. PzAcy Vzynoldi, to 
takz place Junz Z9th at thz homz o^ thz bnJidz' & poAenti, Ma., and Mt4. John Wzndt, In BeZiohd 

Thz moMlagz oi Uju Ofvjlttz Hauh and Hi&i EtheZ LiUdi, two voeZZ known and popular, 
young pzoptz fizt>i.ding iouthzoit o^ town, was iotemnLzzd Za&t zvznlng. They havz a ho^t 
o£ ^AA.znd6 and weZZ wUheAi who extend congfiatuZatUjoni, 

»«•««»,««, Junz 16, 1910 

We fizpoht with pZe/il>uAz thz moA/ujagz o^ U/l. RzlnhaAt GhJizpentAjog to Hi&6 HuZdah 

Bohn which occuMzd Wednz&day evening. Both afiz weZt and ^avofiabty known by aJUi In 

tkU izctlon and they have a ho6t o^ ^fUzndi, who zxtznd cjongAatuZationi. The cztzbKa.- 

tljon occuAAjzd at thz homz OjJ AUtzfU Bohn and It woa a joyful zvent. Thz band and ladizi' 

ieAznadz ^Wijiuhzd thz mui-cc. 

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On bJzdnziday o^ lait week Vx. VuAkzz and HU^ Lydla Lubenow wexz jolnzd In wzdlock 

at thz homz o^ thz bfU.dz'6 paAznti, Rev. OedeA. oiiicyiatinQ. Thz vlZJiagz wa& ^iZtzd to 

ovzA^owing to a(,&Aj>t In ceZzbxatlng thz zvznt. Thz band tuAned out and iunnl&hzd muiJic., 

aZ&o thz Zadizi) in town gavz a izAznade. WelZ, to nakz a long &toAij ihoAt, zvzAybody wai> 

happy with thz popatoA young couplz and all Join in wiihcng them good luck. Va. and t^Ai. 

VuAkzz Iz^t ioK Chicago wheM. thzy will ipznd the/Ji honeymoon. 

********** 

Wt44 CalZa' We/)kz, who taught Achjool i>outh o{ town and ijt quite well known in tki& 

vicinity, woi moAAlzd at CampbzlZ, MM., on Junz Sth. 

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Tha> a^tzAnoon at tkz homz oi Wt. and Ham. John Wzndt in BzlioAd, wiZl occuA tkz 
maMA,agz o^ tkeiA daughteA, Hztty to Ua. VzAcy Rzynold&. Thz czAemony wiZZ. takz place 
in thz pAe^ence oi AeJiativzi> and a ^ew intijnatz iAiznd6. 

Thz young p&oplz oAz well known and popuLoA and enjoy tkz Az&pzct and eJttezm OjJ alZ. 
Thzy will be at homz in Hankin&on af^tzA July 10th. Thz hIEWS joini, with othzA {^znd& in 
zxtznding congAatulation6 . 

********** j^^ 23, 1910 

Mt. and Uai>. W. C. FoAman, J^. , made a tAip to fofman yzitzAday to attend tkz wedding 

oi thz ioAmzA^i cooiin, Hi&6 EdiXk HuAly, to Ha. F. A. Chzzik. Thz gAoom 16 quitz wzll 

known in Hichland County, having izAvzd a& Vzputy County AuditoA undzA E. S. CamzAon. 

********** j^^ 25, 1910 

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JAKOUBEK - 8ARIWA 

The. moAAiaQZ 0|$ liU6 Jo^^e. Jakoubzk to Jc&tph J. BauUna. occuAAe.d Monday duJilm 
ejViZy manning mcu>6 cut tht Zoh^jnian Cathotic ChuAck Zn Wahpzton. Fa. Gayduihzk ipokz 
thz iotejnn mhjdi, uruXing thU happy couple.. 

Thz bfUAt woKt a govm. oi pate, bluz batiste., lo^t and ^hteA., tfujmzd uolth vaZ tacz 
and tejfi fww& o^ lacz ZmeAtion and iZx cZa6teA& o^ ^uZl tejigth tacki, thAtz quuvitzA length 
ileevzi; and axAfiied a bouquet o^ pink and white cjohncuUjOYis, . 

Mc44 LUZian Hedlicka acted oi bfUd^mai.d, uihiZe the ghjoom vxUt attended by Wl, Ed. 
Holeck, 0^ HuihviZte, MW. A^eA. bxe/ik^a&ting in Wahpeton, the couple weAe d/Uven to the 
home ol the bAi.de'4> panentu,, Wl. and Wu>. Joi. Jakoubek oi BeZiond, vohexe a numbex o^ 
A.eZative^ and nzan ^Jiiendi greeted thejv vaith cheeJU, and good lai&hzi. Having fieceXved 
the. paAental benediction, a bounti^uZ iuppen. wa6 4eAued. 

Wi. and Mu. Banxna viiZl Ke^lde on the. ^afm neon. Maniton, MM. They have the be6t 
uiUhe^ 0^ thelh. many ^nlends iofi a Ijong and contented tif^e together. 

We failed to Kepoht one ojj ouA. weddings la&t week. AAthuA WoAneA and Mcaa CoAa 
Beting uoeAe united in moAAiage on June 14th. Both have Lived heAe lince biAth and have 
a ho6t oi iAiend6 who extend congAotuZationi. 

Jnvitatxoni oAe oat ioA the wedding oi HU6 UaAtha StexnwehA to Wi. HeAman Vnoch- 
now. The happy event wiZl be solemnized at the St. John's ChuAch blednz&day, July 6th. 

AAthuA Wool&cy and bAJ.de stopped oveA hexe a couple oi days the iiASt oi the week 
to vZslt the iofuneA's poAents, Va. and Wis. J. Wools ey, and otlieA AeZati.veJ>. The young 
couple weAe maAAied a iew days ago at the home oi the bnZde's paAents in NebAaska and 
le.it heAe Monday evening ioA VoAtland, OR., wheAe Ua. Wools ey is engaged Zn^tke meAcan- 
tile. business. 

The NEWS was somet/ohat pAematuAe in announcing the wedding oi fUss Hetty Wendt to Ha. 
PeAcy Reynolds in oua last issue. 

The moAAiage was peAioAmed yesteAday at the home oi the bAi.de' s poAcnts in BeZioAd, 
Rev. HiZgendoAi oiiZclating. Hiss Emma HeZn acted as bAldesmaZd and the gAoom was attend- 
ed by Ha. Gustav Wendt. 

At the conclusion oi the ceAemony the usual iestlvltlcs weAe held. TheAe was a InAge 
attendance oi AeZatlves and inlends oi the young couple and It was an occasion that all 
will AemembeA. The bnlde Is a daaghteA oi Ha. and Has. John Wendt, ploneeAS and Aespected 
AeJ>ldents, and enjoys the Az&pect. and esteem oi many iAlends. 

The gJioom is an IndustAlous and highly Aespected young man and his many iAlends join 
In extending congAatulatlons and bz&t wishes . They leit today ioA a tAip to VuZuth, Tay- 
ZoA TaJLZs and otheA points, and will be at home In Hanklnson aiteA July 15th. 

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A pKeXty wtddlng ocajJOitd yzitM-day mofuUng cut St. John'^ ChuAch Zn BiZiohd Tcwn&kip 
whzn Mc64 MoAtha StexjuceM and Ma.. Eav^ VAochnow nceAe. joZnzd In we.dZock, Rev. HZlgzndofi^ 
o^iZcAXuting. 

The. ceAmony uxu, peAionmed in ihz p^eience o^ A.elativt& and ZnvZtzd gatiti, and at 
Zt6 CjoncZaiton a /itczption imu gtvzn at thz home, oi the bfu.de. 

The young people have fie&lded -in thli> vicinity iince chitdhood, being membeM oi 

pfLomLnent iamltie^ . . . . the bfu.de iJ> a daaghteA o^ Ait. and Mfi&. E. Steinweh/i and the gfioom 

Xa a &on oi Wi. and Wu>. HeAman PfwdinoM. They have the le^pect and esteem o{. alt and 

a. ho6t 0^ pUendi join in extending congfiataaZation6 . 

«»««*»«»«« jj^ 7^ J9JQ 

CoAxU have been deceived hene announcing the. majoujige o^ Uk. Geo. Com. to UfL&. Erma 
KOiktand at ftandAeaix, SV.,on July 5th. They uiiZZ be at home at We^t ConcoAd, MN., a^eA 
Augait 15th. The. gfioom'i many ^fiiendi extend be^t uujihei. 

SumneA E. lioaci, whom ba&eboLi ianl> uciZZ fieinembeA aj> a membeA oi the {ait leini- 
pAoieMionaZ Cog&weJUi team oi a couple o{ yeau ago, wai> moAAied at Thompson, Ik., on 
JuZy 20th, to HUi Tiuby VickeAman. 

The gloom i& now f<i>&ij>tant. CoihieA oi the TiAit Hational Bonfe oiJ Thompson. Among 
the gueJiti at the wedding wa& HUs VoAena. BfienneA, one oi ouA Hankln&on School teacheM. 

«»«»««»««« August 4, 1910 

WEWEV W IOWA 
VopulaA Hankimon Couple HappiZy UoAAied 

The moAAiage oi HUi Jutia ConeZt to Ma. Hugo KAoutkAemeA wai iolemnizid on ThuAday, 
Aug. 4th, at the home oi the bfu,dz in Uonona, lA. 

The HEWS hoi been unable to iecuAe a detaiZed account oi the wedding, but announce- 
ments have been deceived by thelfi iAiendi and it ij> expected that they will fietuAn to 
Hankln&on in a iejw dayi and go to housekeeping in the cottage which the gfioom hat, iitted 
up on Canl6teA Avenue. 

The young people afue among the moit populxxA Zn the community and have taken an active 
paAt in the social Hie oi the town duAing thelA Ac6idence heAe. The bfiide hoi been a 
teacheA in the Hankln&on ichooli and by heA excellence a& a teacheA and heA many high 
quatUlci oi heant and mind ha& gained the ifiiendihlp oi a loAge clAcle oi iAlendi. 

The gAoom i& Aiiistant CoihieA oi the Citlzenlt National Bank and hli iutuJie coAeeA 
ii iull oi pfioml&e. 

The NEWS join& with thelA many ifilendi in extending congfLotuZatlom and bat wlihti. 

,«**««»,,« Auga&t 11, 1910 

A moAAlage liceme was ii&uzd on August Sth, to AfithuA Lelm and Ha,6 Hedulg KAoaie, 
both oi UantadoA. ********** ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

The NEWS oveAlooked mentioning last week the maAAlage oi Mc44 Hattie KAauie and 
AlbeAt Lehn, well known young people oi Beliofid Town&hlp. The ceAemony wai> peAiofmed 
at the St. John ChuAch, Rev. HilgendoAi oOiclating, in the pAc&ence oi a numbeA oi 

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n.zZcuti\!eJ) and {^Kltnch on Sanday, August 14th. The. MEWS joi.nl, mXh thtln. many ^fUzndi 
in zxtzndLng congAotuZatcom and bej,t Ml&hej>. 

********** Auguit 25, 1910 

Wu. G. R. FowdeA and baby Jie.it Uonday loK FaAgo and M/i. TowleA iolLowtd to attend 
tkz uJtdding oi thz laXteA' & 6i6teA, IUm Edith Fowled, to Vfioi. Slocim oi thz Month 
"Dakota AQfLicjuJituJwJi ColLtge., wlvidi happy zvcnt occuu today. 

******** * * Se.ptejnbeA 1, 1910 

AnnoimczmeyvU havz been >izceA.\ie.d heJit oi thz moAJuagz o^ hifi. ULUon JtmfeeA and IAa,6 
l&abeUiz Aticz Root at EtUcottvlUt, NV., on Wzdnziday, Aug. 3Ut. Thz ghoom li, a &on 
oi tkz ZjUz C. H. Junkzfi, iofi yejOJU, iupzAZntendznt oi thz bonanza Kzy^tonz {aAm in Bzl- 
^Ofud Townihi-ip. 

********** Szptzjnbzn 8, 1910 

Thz maAAlagz o^ UI&6 Anna JoKgznion o^ LanJjneA, lA. , and Ufi. Joizph Johnion oi 
HankuUiOn iM6 i,otejnnA,zzd on Wzdnziday altznnoon, Szpt. 7th, at thz homz oi Ha., and Hu. 
Wm. WiLUamon iouthwz&t oi town. Rev. J. P. KZauileA oHicUatlng. Thz czAzmony was 
uxltnziizd by a imaJUL pajity oi invZtzd guz&ti. Thz young zoapZz havz thz congAatulatloni) 
and bz&t Mii>heJ> oi many iAx-zndl, ion. a long and happy moAAlzd tiiz. 

********** Szptejnbzn IS, 1910 

Thz maJtAlagz oi HUi SzZma Aadtand to Hn. RobeAt Stn.zgz ozzunAzd yz6tzn.day nzan 
hiuAAay, Rev. P. Fo66z oiiicUating. Thz young pzoptz oAz pnximlnznt In thzOi nzlghboA- 
kood and Thz WEWS joini uilth othzn inlzndi in zx;tznding congnatu£ation& . 

********** Szptejnbzn. 22, 1910 

Gzo. Wonnzn, uxiiz and two daughter Izit Taziday ion HiZbank, SV., to attznd thz 

Wonnzn VzhZendoni wzdding. 

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Oican F. WonneA Izit SatuAday ion Mitibank, SV., whznz on Wzdnziday hz wai> j'oinzd 
in wzdZock to Atc44 Vonotky Vzhtzndoni who wiiZ accompany him to heA new homz at Gnzat 
Bend. Thz gnjoom.ij, onz oi ouA moi,t popuLoA citlzem and ii managzn oi thz iiAm oi Gzo. 
ItionnzA S Son. 

Thz bnidz ij> a daughteA oi Un.. and Atw. Vehtzndoni oi MiZbank. Thzin many ini.end& 
Join in zxtending congnatuZatiom and wi6h them a happy and pnxj&peAou^ tiiz. We zxpzdt 
thejn to aAAivz in Gneat Bend 6oon a& Mn.. WonneA'i bu^inzi^ wiZt not pzAmit him to nzmain 
away long. Thzy wilt go to hou.izkzzping in Ajoomi oveA thz itonz until a homz can bz buitt. 

********** Szptzmbzn. 22, 1910 

A manAixigz ticen&z woi ii-iuzd Szpt. 13th to Auga&t Wzgznzn oi Wahpe^n and Et&iz 

GtandeA. Thz moAAiagz woi peAionmzd at WahpeXon Wzdnziday oi lait wzzk, whznz thzy witt 

Aziidz. 

* * * * * * * * * * Szptzmbzn 22, 7970 

M^. C. H. f^cVoneLi Izit yzitznday ion. Winona, MW., to attznd thz wzdding oi hzA 

couMin, Mci4 Vonothy Czimin&ka, to Un. EvznoAd I. Gnzen, which happy zvznt ti> to occuA 
nzxX. Wzdnz&day. ********** 

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A pkeXtij wzdding wai 4>oZejnnizzd at the. homz o^ Ma. and MtA. M. lackzy at Oak Gaovz 
ToAm, Stpt. 2Ui, at 4 PM. Thz contfiaxiting paAtlzi wzAz thzlfi daaghtzA. ChAlitina and 

Mt.. Ctotence EoAnzy. 

Thz luihzKan moAAlagz 4eAu-cce MU, bzjoutl^utiy and impfiziiivzly fizjod by Rev. KZaui,- 
IzA. OnZy thz iamlty and ^ntimatz ifiizndi, oi thz hfudz and ghoom weAz pfuzMznt. k^tz/i 
thz czAzmony a bountliuZ AappeA wai izAvzd a{^zA which thz company dzpaAtzd, wishing 
thz wo'ithy young couplz aZZ ha.pplnzi>i and pAdptfuty. 

,««««««««» SzptejnbzA 22,1910 

Raymond GKzzn tzit thz ioKz paAt oi thz wzzk ioK Winona, MN., to attznd thz wzddlng 
0|J hli bfwthfi, EvzAOAd and HLl>6 Uaxjj VoKothy Czlmln&ka. Thz moMlagz wa/> ioZzmnlzzd 
ye^tzAday, but Thz NEWS li unaJblz to glvz a dztaltzd account oi thz wzddlng In thl& 
Ii,6ujz. Thz nzwly wzdi ajiz zxpzctzd to ipznd a ijew days hzAz nzxt wzzk on thzAA Jiztunn 
to thzlA. homz at ToAman. 

««*»«»»»»« SzptzmbzA 29, 1910 

WEEK OF WEWWGS 
HymznlaZ Happzning/> MumeAoui In Thli Vicinity 
CIEMIW5KT - GREEN 

Winona Rzjpubtican - HzAxxZd: Mcii MoAx/ VoActhy Clzmin&kl, daughter oi hVi. and Hu. 

T/uxnk Clz Iniki, 874 East Flith, and EvzAOAd Leuxii Gxzzn oi Fofurmi, WP., wzAz maMlzd 
thU monnlng at 9 AM at St. Stanl&laai, ChuAch. Rev. Fa. Clzmimkl oi Wztts, UU., a bfio- 
thzA oi thz bfiidz, czJLzbfiotzd thz SoZzmn High Ma44 a/>6l&tzd by Rev. H. JaizMkl oi IKLnn- 
zjOfiotU and Rev. KeAefe oi this city. Uiis CzcylZz CxaplejMkl acted as bfildzsmaid and Ray- 
mond GAzzn, a bAothzA oi thz gfioom, was bzst man. Hiss MaAgaAzt Bannon was maid oi honoA.. 

Thz bAldz was attifizd In a gown oi cAZjom cAzpz dz chizn ovzA satin tAumzd with baby 
iKish lacz with pz/xAts and filbbons and caMlzd a showzA boujuazt oi liZtizs oi thz vattzy. 

AitzA thz czAZJnony a wzddlng Azczptlon was hzZd at thz homz. A wzddlng bAzakiast 
was szAvzd at 11 AM and a dlnnzA at 6 PM. Thz homz was hands omzly dzcoAotzd in autimn 
iZowzAS and iotiagz oi thz autumn woods. 

Ma. and Maj . GAzzn wlU. fee at homz In ToAmn, HV. , whzAz thz gAoom conducts a dMig 
stoAz. Among thz guuts iAom out oi thz city wzAz Mas. F. MzaI oi Chicago, Mas. C. H. 
McVonzlZ oi Hankinson, UV., Max Clmlnski oi Gznzszo, WP. , MzssAS, Raymond and TAzd GAzzn 
oi Hankinson, MP., Miss C. CAaddock oi Vlnz Island and Ulss LauAa GoAman oi falAmount. 
Thz lUxJSt tijoo mzntlonzd wzAz cLassmatzs oi thz bfildz oi thz Winona SeminaAy Class oi 1907. 

Thz couplz WZAZ thz Azciplznts oi many bzautliul glits and Azczlvz thz bzMt wlshzs 

oi a loAgz mmbzA oi iAiznds. 

«,**««*»«« OctobzA 6, 1910 

HUBRTG - VAMKOW 

Thz moAAlagz oi Hiss Anna C. HubAig to TAzdzAick J. ?ay±ow was solzimizzd yzstzA- 
day at 10 AM at thz LuthzAan ChuAch at GAzat BEnd, Rev. T. Hlnck oHlclatlng. Thz czAz- 
mony was witness zd by a laAgz poAty oi Azlatlvzs and Iwitzd gazJ>ts and at its conclusion 
all AzpalAzd to thz homz oi thz bAldz's paAznts, Ma. and Mas. GottUzb HubAig, In Waldo 

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Tou)ni>hlp. wfieAe thz naptaiZi> weAz {,iX^UngZy czZzhKatzd. 

T/ie young couptz have, mayuj ifiLzndi) Zn tivu vlcA-niXy who joZn in zxtzndcng congAat- 
uZcutiom and bej>t wcifie^. T^e b^vidz Zi a daughteA. o^ one o^ ouA wzZZ knovon ianmeju and 
hai gAoMn to womanhood in RichZand County. The. gfwom i6 an Zndait/cioai, young man o{, 
zxceXZznt hab-iti and hai> thz ^e^pe.ct and ei^eem o^ aZZ. 

««,,,«»»«« OctobeA 6, 1910 

LOmy - NOLANV 

Thz ma/oUage. o^ Ui64> }^yKtZ.z lowJvy to Ma. SJiode. Moland took ptacz Tuesday cvtnlng at 
Mauhatt, IL. The. bfUdz le.it hzAz IjajLt weefe an.d the. mafuilagt occuAAtd at heA gViOiood 
homz. Shz ii a daughteA o^ Mfi. and Uu. W. S. lowfuj o^ tkU pZacz and heA ^endi txtend 
congAotuZatioru and beJ>t wliheJ). 

Thz young zoupZz weAz (^onneA 6ckooZ matzi and mZZ makz tkeM. homz at f^afi&haZZ whzAz 

thz LowAy ^amiZy Kzsldzd bziofiz coming to Hankinson. 

«»»«««»««« OctobeA 6, 1910 

VALENSKE - COOVER 
Tuz&day mo/uvbig at St. ?hAjUp'6 ChuAch. Rev. Jo4 . F. Studnicka pKonoanczd thz wofidi, 
that j'otnzd in wzdZock (li66 Anna VaZznikz and Ufi. kZifizd E. CooveA. Thz bfvidz Ld a wzZZ 
known fieJiident of, thz noKth &idz o^ town and hoi a ZoAgz cJacZz o^ ^hizndi,. 

Thz gfwom zonduxitzd a m.eAAy go Aound heAz iofi izveAoZ wzzki, thz pa&t &zaj,on but ha& 
a. homzitead nzan. Suozzt Gfuui, WT. , ^ofi which pZacz thz young coupZz dzpoAtzd Wzdnziday 
coAAjying with them thz bz&t wi&heJ>6 o^ many ^Aiznde,. 

»«««»««,«» OctobzfL 6, 1910 

Thz manAJjogz oi Mc44 liZliz EZadow and Ufi. RobeAt Hzuman occuAAzd thJji moaning 
at thz bfUdz'& homz. Rev. J. P. KZaaiZeA oi(sicAXuting. Both afiz weZZ known young ptopZz 
and havz g^wn up in ZicMand County, wheAz thzy wiZZ contlnaz to fiz&idz. Thz NEWS join6 
with a. holt oi ifiizndi, in zxtznding congAotuZationi and bz6t wi6hzi>. 

««»«»»«»«« OctobzA 13, 1910 

Wzdnz&day mofining of Zait wzzk, at Wahpzton, Rev. GaZZaghzA peAiofmzd a moAfiiagz 
ceAemony uniXing iofi Zi^z, tU, ludmig Bohn of Gxejot Bend and Ulii Otivz UcVoagaZZ oi 
MooAzton. 

Thz young pzopZz wzAz qux.ztZy manAizd at thz pauonagz and Zz^t duAing thz ioKz- 

noon ion. Tofigo, Zeaving that city thz lamz zvening ioA BiZZing^, MT. , wheAz thzy wiZZ 

makz thziA iutuAt homz. Thz bzJ>t wij,hz6 oi a ho6t oi ZLchZand County ifiizndA go witlx 

tkzm. 

«,,»««««»« OcJiobeA 13, 1910 

Tki6 moAning at thz GeAman Ev. ChuAch, Rev. H. Kunz pAonounczd thz woAdi that join- 
zd in wzdZock Uiii Ro4a Kukbjozin and hiA. HenAy FozZtz. Thz ceAemony wa6 peAioAmzd in 
thz pAzizncz oi a numbzA oi AAZativzi> and inviXzd gaziti and thz wzdding i6 bzing ceZz- 
bAatzd in AoyaZ ityZz at thz homz oi thz bAA.dz'i> paAznti, Ma., and Ma4. Gzo. KuhZwzin, 
in GAzendaZz thu aitzAnoon. 

Thz young coupZz aAz wzZZ and iavoAabZy known, having Aziidzd in tkij> vicinity 

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llncz childhood, and Thz NEWS jo-LyUt uxctk tkoJji many ^fUendi Zn extending but uxUhzi 
{^oK a. long and happy mafViizd tiiz. 

»««««»««»» OcXobdA 13, 1910 

Hi&6 WiZhzZnU-nt CvJOuj tz^t Sunday iofi Spokanz, WA. , whzAz ihz vulZ be. moAfUzd to 
L. E. HcKay, Oct. 11th, 1910. Tkzy mJUi fizildz at Tonz, WA. Hi&6 Cumjj hai, bzzn zmploy- 
zd in thz Rzpubtican O^^cz duAing thz pa&t izvzn monthi> and iofmzAZy KziZdzd In Ckippoj/xx. 
TaLU, WI AuhuAn (CA) Rzpid)tican. 

Thz young lady fizizMAzd to abovz wa4 at onz timz a. vaZazd zmptoyzz o^ thz hiEWS and 
hai many ^AA.znd6 -in HaniUnlton. 1^ ihz pAovzi OA good a houizkzzpzn. a& &hz ii a. compoi*- ■ 
ZtoK, thz gAoom -a Zndzzd ^oAtmuvtz. Thz NEWS iohaz and family, togeXhzA with hzn. Hahk- 
inion inJ,zndii>, join in zxtznding hzantizit cjong^atuZationi and bz6t uxiihzJ>. 

««»««««««« Octjobzn 10, 1910 

Wt&ton HzfuUf^eZd and bAidz, nzz Edith BoAnzs, oAfiivzd homz Wzdnz&day mofming. 
Tkzy ivJvpfiiizjd thzifi £Aiznd6 hzAz, though thz happy zvznt uxu, aj/iticipatzd ^ofi. a latzft 
datz, 

Thz bfUdz il> a liitzA oi L. J. BaAnzi and kad bzzn a Jiz&idznt oi HanlUnion iofi 
izvzAoZ yzoAi. Thz gfwom i& thz iupzAintzndznt o^ thz Kzy6tonz ToAm nzaJi MantadoK. 
Thz nzjuxtywzdi havz a ho6t o^ ^Aizndi who zxtznd cjongtrntuZatAJom and bzit uxiihzi. 

Thz NEWS hai, no deXaiZi, but we undzAJ>tand thz maJitiagz took pZacz in Hinnziota 
thz ioAz pant oi thz uizzk. Un.. and Uu. ^zfUiLiiztd mJit Kz6idz at thz Kzyitonz. 

********** OctobzA n, 1910 

Cafidii a/iz out announcAjng thz forthcoming moMiagz o^ Hi6-6 liinniz Rozdz/t and Wt. 
HzAJman HzdznuoaZdt. Thz happy zvznt mJUi occuA onz uizzk inom today. 

********** OctobzA 17, 1910 

F. W. Gaowz and buidz, nzz Jzan VaZmzA, ahJuvzd hznz Saturday mohning ion. a buizi 
viiit at thz homz oi thz iofmzA' l paAznti. Thzy Iz^t thz iamz zvening iofi CulbzAtion, 
MT. , whzAz Hfi. Gaowz hai a fiZjiponiibtz poiition viith a mzAcantUJiz ^inm. Thz young 
pzoplz "itclz a. moAch" on thzin. Hankimon {^Aizndi by bzAng moAAizd at font Totten, Wzd- 
nziday zvznZng oi Zait weefe, and only a ^zw Zntimatz piizndi wzAz appAiizd o^ thz iact 
unta thzy oAAivzd hzAz SatuAday. 

Thz bfiidz ii a moit taizntzd young lady and woi a tzachzA in thz Hankimon ichooti 
ioA izvzAjot yzoAi. Thz gfwom ii a ion oi Ma. and MAi. Wm. GAawz o^ thii placz and ii 
fenown to pKacticjoiZy zvzAy Kziidznt oi thz town and iuAAounding countAy. Both oAz hzld 
in high zitzzsn by a ZoAgz caAcJLz oi ^fiizndi, alt oi whom join in zxtznding congAotulationi 
and bzit wiihzi. ********** OctobzA 17, 1910 

AnothzA wzddtng o^ populoA young pzoptz took placz at tkz EvangzLicai ChuAch at 
10 o'clock thii moAning, thz contAacting paAtizi bzing Hiii Minniz 'R.ozdzA and Ua. Hza- 
man MzdznimZdt. Thz czAzmony woi pzAf^oAmzd by Rev. H. Kunz in thz pAZJ>zncz o^ a loAgz 
numbzA o^ ^Aizndi and a Kzczption ii bzing hzld at thz homz oi thz bfUdz'i poA&nti, Ha. 
and MAi. JuLiai HozdzA, thii a^tzAnoon. Thz NEWS jotni with thz many ^Aizndi 0(J thz 
young couplz in zxtznding congAotuZatLoni and bzit vxiihzi. NovanbzA 3, 1910 

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CcL>id6 oKz out ^ox thz ioKthcominQ cue.ddcng o{j h'Jj,6 Ro4e UcuieA and M/l. Hichazt 
SdfiWLzfi, to toJzz placz. SatuJiday, Nov. 12th, at St. PlviZcp'6 Chatch. 

»«»»««««* » NovembeA 10, 1910 

InvAJtationlt oJit out iot thz moAxaigz oi HUi Anna Gazdckz and Un.. Jhzodofiz Stzln- 
MeJm., on Nov. 16th. 

It -U announzzd that thz wzdding o^ Mc44 Caddiz Ren, daughtzfi oi Wi. and. }fJii>. W. 
R. Ren, vxitt takz pZacz -in about a month. 

Thz pnjo&pzctlvz gKoom, Hznhzfit Ty.i>on, hajt zngagzd a iZat in thz Baxicz Kz^idzncz 
which uxii occupied by Vn.. ftzXchzn., and uuM. xz&ldz thzAz voith hii bAldz. 

««•»«»»»«» NovzmbeA JO, J9J0 

Jamzi) Novak afUiLvzd homz thz l-in^t o^ thz uozzk ifwm {Mnnzapotu whz^z hz woi maK- 
fu.zd on Nov. 6th, and hU ^fu.znd6 havz ovzfwohzZmzd him uiith zongfuatataZioYU) and bzjtt 
wlihzi. Thz mafOviagt occu/uizd tn thz citiz&, thz bfildz bzlng Hii6 Thyna. Botin, a moit 
e^timabtz young tody who witt be wzZcomzd to ouK city. 

Thz gfvoom ^ a ion oi Wi. and Mti. ffuxnk Novak o^ VzAnon and hai many ^fiizndi Zn 
thii nzighbonhood. Thzy wlZZ Kziidz in thz BaAnzi cottagz which Ufi. Novak AzczntZy 
pu/Lchoizd. 



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NovzmbzA 10, 1910 



yz&tzfiday manning, at St. John'6 ChuAcJi in BzZionxi, Rev. HiZgzndox^ pfwnounczd 
thz woKdi that joinzd in wzdZoak hiiii Anna Gazdckz and Ma.. Thzodofiz Stzinwzhfi. follow- 
ing thz czAzmony, whicA wa6 peA^oAsizd in thz p^zizncz o^ a loAgz numbzt o^ ifLizjfidd and 
Kztatlvz^, a Kzczption woA givzn at thz homz o^ thz bfiidz'i paAznti, Wi. and Atw. J. 
Gazdckz. Thz bnldz ii a wztt known and popuLafi young lady who ha/, g^wn to womanhood 
in Richland County and thz gKoom ii a 6on oi one oi ouA pfiominznt iafmzU and ha^ thz 
e/itzzm and A.zl>pzct oi zvzAyonz. Thz NEWS joini with many ifiizndi in zxtznding zongnat- 

"'*^'^'"^- NovzjnbzJi 17, 1910 

Thz moAAiagz oi lKii>i> Ro4e MoueA and Ufi. HichazL SchiZlzA waj, iolzmnizzd at St. 

?hiZip'6 ChuAch. loit SatuJiday moKnlng, Rev. 3oi. F. Studnicka pzAiofuning thz zzAzmony 

in thz pAz&zncz oi a loAgz anzmblagz oi KzZativzi and ihlznds oi thz contAocting pofttizi. 
folZowing thz czAzmony a fizzzption woi hzld at thz homz oi thz bnldz' & poAznti, Wi. 

and WU). BetnoAd MaueA.. Thz young pzoplz havz fizi>idzd in Hankin&on thz gfizatzA pant oi 

thzAA tivz6 and havz a hoit oi inizndi and wzZt wiihzM. 

*«««««***« NovzmbzA 17, 1910 

Thz moAAiagz oi l\ii,i> CaAotinz Mo/lx to Ma. Anthony fiihzA occuAAzd at St. VhUiip^ & 
ChuAch Tuziday manning. Both anz wztt known Hankln6on young p<2japlz. 

«*««»«««*« NovQjnbzn 17, 1910 

Ui&i EveZyn Uouaza and Ua. AnthuA Pztzuon wznz quiztty mannizd at Wahpzton lait 
SatuAday. Thzy annlvzd homz thz iottowing day and witt nziidz an thz ?zttzA&on ioAm 
wzit oi town whznz a homz iJ> undzn coMtAuction. Thz bnldz -u a daaghtzn oi M/l. and 
Maa. AndAzw UouAzA oi Bnightwood and iJ, zi>tz2jnzd by aZl who know hzn ion hzA many 

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zxcelZejit quatitizi, o{i haoAt and mind. Thz Qtuoom U, the. onZy i,on o^ Ma. and Ufii,. Nzt& 

VeXtzAMon. and -U an lndai>tAA.oa& young imn o^ zxcelZznt hablti. The. young couple have 

a ho.it o£ Ifiyiendbi, who join -in e.xteJidLng congAjotuLatloni, and bzit Ml&heJ> ioK a long and 

happy imfLfUed tiie.. 

********** NovembeA 17, 1910 

BAUM - KRAUSE 

A Aoman.ce that had iti Znceptlon in UncJie. Sam' 6 Voi>toi{^cz hexe culminated in th& 
maAAiagz Za&t eue/tcng oi Hi&i NttUe. Baum and Ma.. Chahle^ KAamz. The ceAemony waj, peA- 
iofrntd at thz homz o^ tht bfu.dz'& panenti. Ma., and Maa. J. F. Baum, in the. pfieJtence o^ 
ijmzdiatz A.eZativti>, Rev. KlaaileA o^^ciating. Tht bfude. woi d/LeMe.d in whitz net oveA 
iiZk and thz gfvoom vooKz thz conventional black. 

Thz bJUdz hoi been aMi.6tant po&tmaittzK iofi iomz timz and hai won thz ifu.endl>hi.p 
and ej>tzem o^ all by hex happy dUpaitxon and womanZy quatitizi. 

Thz gAoom i& a. young man oi zxcelZznt chanacteA who ha& fiz&idzd in llichland County 
mo.i>t oi ki6 liiz and iM known and zitzzmzd by a laAgz ciAcZz oi acquaintanczi . Hz ii> 
employzd a.6 fvuAal ifizz dztiveAy caAAieA on onz oi thz local, mxil fioutzi. 

Thz newly wzddzd couplz wilZ go to hoa&zkzzping at oncz in thz L. E. Li&k cjotXagz. 

«««»»««««« HovesnbeA 14, 1910 

Wm. GabbeAt and Ui66 Susan Hentz, wzU. known young pzoplz Aziiding 6outJiza&t oi 
town, weAz unitzd in moAAiagz at llLnneapoli& on THA.day. Thzy aAAivzd homz la6t zvzn- 
ing and oKz now bu&y acknowlzdging thz congAatulationi> and bzit wiihzs oi thziA. many 
iAZznd&. ********** 

LaJtt zvznAJig, at thz homz oi Ma. and MA4. E. C. TetzzA, occuAAzd thz maAAZagz oi 
hUj>6 HzULie. HaAtgnavz to Ma.. Uzli, J. NeZ&on, Rev. KlaaileA. peA-iofuning thz cexemony in 
thz pAzizncz oi xelativzi and a. iew iimzdiatz iAiendi, Thz bfUdz ii a iLiteA oi Wa>. 
FztzeA and Zi wzit known heAz. Thz gfvoom ii in buiinzii at WyndmeAz. Thz newlywzdi 
dzpaAtzd on thz GAeat HoAthzAn zvzning tAoin ioA a wzdding tAip to Nontkwood, MM., and 
on thziA AztuAn will. Ae^idz at WyndmeAz. 

********** UovzmbeA 14, 1910 

Ma.. GzoAgz VanbuAg and Mci4 Eva May BakzA weAz maAAlzd at Wahpzton Tuziday. Thz 

wzddZng comzi ai a luApAUZ to iAizndi oi thz bAidz, who hoi Az&idzd in Hichland County 

all hzA liiz. Shz iM thz eldest daughteA oi Ma. W. H. BakzA oi tha> city and hot, bzen 

kzzping houiz ioA heA iatheA up to thz timz oi hzA moAfuagz. Shz hoi a ho6t oi iAiends 

in thii vicinity who oAz plzoizd to zxtznd congAotulationi. Thz goom ii a pnomiiing 

young iaAmzA who Az&idzi nzoA Wahpzton. 

********** VzcembzA 1, 1910 

Thz maAAiagz oi Hii6 Quzeniz CoAcoAon to Ma.. Sam UoAvln took place at thz CongAz- 

gational FaMonagz Tuziday zvzning. Rev. C. 5. John&on oiiiciating. Thz young pzoplz 

OAZ well known and havz many iAizndi who Join in extending congAotulationi and bzit 

wi&hzi. Thz bAidz hai Aziidzd in Hanklnion ioA izveAal yeaAi and thz gnoom li employzd 

ai AuAol mail coAAieA. Thzy will continue to AZildz in Hankimon and all wiih them much 

********** 
jou VzcembzA 8, 1910 



HERBETn- TYSON WEVS 

ASHUM [mSCONSJU] MEWS: 

A uizddlng ihcut cuU/uictzd a gKzat dojcUi oi Inttfizit In thz city o^ k&hland took, 
placz lci6t We.dnt6day zvejving at thz home, o^ Mfi. and Uu. V. W. Reo. uihzn thzAJi daughteA 
Caddlz MXW aruXtd In maAfUage. to HaAbojut Tyion. 

Tht i.nttfiiofi 0^ thz fLZiZdzncz had btzn btajutiiuJUiy dzcofuxttd in honoK o^ tht occ- 
oiZon, gfttan and whJXt de.cofi£utLon& feeing ieen on zvoAtj ildt. The. itaZnway wa.6 mai>6ed 
viltk gfiound pine, and vejuj ottAactZveZy made. aAcJiti o^ eveAgfieen hung acA066 the open- 
ing4t betujeen aJUi the fioom& wkiZe thnou^hout the KziZdence theAe vooi eveAyvoheAe in e.vid- 
ence cjxndeZabAa. uxuth white candles andg^een 6hadti, 

In the ^fiont poAtofi acAo&& one. end woi a ZaAge oAch o^ zveAgxeen tied uxLth iatin 
Aibbon and entuxinzd uiith uikcte caAnaXlom that hung gfLace^uZZy ^fwm the ceJiting and it 
woA undeA thu anck that, the ceAejnony wa4 peA^onmed. 

Tfiomptiy at 8 o' cZocJi the gfwom attended by hJj, bzit man, Choi. h\addox o^ VuZiith, 
and phzeeded by Rev. VfiiMcoti, enteAed the paAion. uiith the itAalni, o^ Lohengften' & wed- 
ding moAch played by Hii6 Coha WhaAton. 

The fieJ>t o^ the bxidaZ paAty then came down the itaiAway and ai they stepped into 
the haJUbxmj tittle Vonothy WilZiami, dAeJ>6ed in white and cjoMjying a ba&ket o^ 6miZax 
and white caAnationi. on heA aAm 6tAetched the white nibbon acAo&l the fioom and made 
thz pai>&ageMiay {^on. the bfu.de and heA ^otheA, and the bfiideMmaid^ , the Miiiei "Blanche 
^ofOiLL and UafigaAtt Hoble who pKzcedzd heA. 

The zntiAz bhidaZ pafity ai^emblzd at the end o^ the panZofi and &oon thz impxzl>&- 
ivz wofidi weAe taJid by Rev. VhAJ^coUi that pledged the happy young couple to each otheA 
iofi li^z. 

Hu. Tyion made an exczptionalZy bzauti^ul bnidz. Shz waj> attOizd in a beautiful 
gown 0^ whitz latin and coAAizd a langz bouquet OjJ white fw6eJ>. 

One 0^ the bfiidz6maA.d& wofie a gKzen gown and the otheA a white gown and both can- 
lied bouquets o^ white cannatiom. 

Ai 6oon 04 thz czAemony wa.6 oveA the young couple wzAe 6uM.ounded bu thziA Kzlat- 
iveJ> and ^fiiendl, and congKatulatioKl, and bz&t wi&hei we^e pouAed out upon them. 

Re^fiZiihmzntl, weAe then iZAvzd in the dining noom by Uii6z6 Edith Momaj, and Edith 
Tool. Thz dining fioom tablz mals beautifully dzcohatzd in gfvzzn and whitz, kmilax Run- 
ning to thz louA connzM and thz &ajnz cxjIok 6chzjnz woi coAAizd out in thz icz cAeam 

6 ZAMzd. 

Meidomei ?u{^(^eA, Hoblz, MofiAii and Hale a66ii>tzd in znteAtaining thz gueJ)ti, theAe 
beying oveA a hundred /Lelativzi and Inlzndi,. 

Thz blidz hai> lived in ki>hland practically all heA tile and i6 veAy populaA with 
aJUi o{ heA ^fiiendi. Shz ha& an unuAualZy lafigz numbeA o^ acjquaintanczi> and the high 
KegaAd that ii held lofi heA by them waj, well indicated by thz exceptionally laAge nwv- 
bzA oi bzauti^ul gi^ti that weAe ihoweAzd upon heA. The ghoom hai> tivzd in kihland ioK 
about two yeau and duAing that timz hz hai, irrpKeMed eveAybody ah a young man o^ high 

a 2) 



ZdzcUU and an zxceptionalZy high dnanjatt^A, one. idio li> Zndzzd -in zvoAy way wonthy o^ 
the. bzawti^ai Aiktand young Zady ihat he. hoi cJljumzd ^oA. hU bfu.de.. At^. Ty^on li In 
thz ejnpZoy OjJ the WZicom-Ln TeZephonz Company In thl& city and mZt Ktl>-idz uuth hl6 
bfudz hi a. {,lat at the. Zfiaae fie^ldencz on the. cjofmeJi a^ Vaughn Avenue and Tfiont StAeet. 

The out oi torn, gut&ti at the. u)e.ddlng voeAe: Wii,. Haddox and ion o^ Vulath, Vfitd 
Tfiench and iciije oi Houghton, llU6 Jo6e.phine. BeAg oi Chloago, WlZmeA GKeen and «ic(Je oi 
Odanah and Tfuxnk Geoxge. oi BfwJie, who beaixtiiulty &ang "Oh Pfioml&e. Me" juit beioAe 
the. wedxLing moAxih 6taAte.d. 

Jait bzioxe leaving the Hexi Ae^ldence We.dneiday evening tliz young bfu.de XJiAew 
hzA bouquet i^iom thz italAway to a bzvy oi young ZadleJ, and It waj> caught by Mc44 
Lofiztta. HaZz. 

**«»«»««» » VzcembzfL 75, 1910 

Hi6.l> Ulnnlz MachzeZ and Ma., Jo4. Smidt weAz unAtzd In maMlagz by Rev. E. SteJizlg 
at thz GeJvman Ev. paMonagz In 01ahpe;ton yeiteAday moAnlng about 7 7 AM. Thz bkldaZ 
poAty woi accompanlzd by Hui Allcz Wo/ineA and Ma. Gzofigz UachzeZ, thz thlp to WahpeX.- 
on and AztuAn bzlng madz by auto. Loit evening thz gAoom gavz a dancing paAty to a 
toAQz poAty oi iAlendi at thz opeAa hoa&z In honoA oi thz happy zvznt, and thz neMy- 
wzdi wzAz ihowzAzd with congAotuZatloni and beJit wl&hzii. 

Thz bAldz l6 thz ztdzit daaghtzA. oi Ua. and Mti. Hugo UachzeZ oi tkU ptacz and 
ha& tlvzd In Hanklmon moit oi hzA tiiz. Shz hai, a ZoAgz clAclz oi iAA.zndi, and alt 
join In zxtzndlng bz&t wli,hz&. 

Thz gAoom -c6 thz entzApAlilng managzA oi thz Ovza Land and Sza ThzatAz and thz 
young cowptz wltt go to hou&zkzzplng In Aootm ovzA thz opzAa hou6z. 

********** PecejnfceA 75, 7970 



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7977 
PR. THOmSOM MARRIEO 

VfL. AZbeM. RobeAt Thomcaon, Hank^nion, NV., and Mi44 Sue. Fox of, 7 7235 hUchlgan 
Ave., Ckicago, woAt imltzd yin imfifUagz cut the. homz o{, WiM. Thomcaon, 12007 Union Ave. 
Saturday, Vzc. 24th, 7970, out ioun. o'clock, Reu. V. T. Stzphznion o{, Go6hzn, IM. , oU- 
ZclcuUng. 

The. wtdding mufick won, pZayzd by M'w. Howz. Ufi. ValZm^zZd 4ang "0 V/iomUz Me." 
Tkz attzndanti weAe Va.. Hohjacz Thafvp and Hi66 Uhma. ZcchaAdi, wLth Huth Joycz ai hlng 
bzoAz/L. Tht bnldz woi ckei^ed -tn wkitz iatln and cafuclzd a 6howeA bouqazt oi tULieM 
0^ thz vaZZzy and {^znnd. Thz bfiidzimald ioal> dKzA&zd -in wivitz and canxizd bfiidz fio6zi>. 
Tkz koiiiz wa& dzcoHotzd mMi ChAjj,tnvi& dzcoKotionl, . 

About 30 AzZativzi and ^Aizndi wzfiz pAz&znt and many bzoLiti^uZ gi^tl) wzAz fLzczA-vzd. 
A ij^ne wzdduig dinnzfi woi izAvzd at 6 o'clock, k^tzfi dinnzA. thz bfudz and gfioom attzmpt- 
zd to tzavz but homzonz Zockzd thz doou and thzy wzAz hzZd {on. onz haZ{ houA. in a tzA- 
fiiffic ihowzA o{ Kicz. Vzny lucky ioK thzm, thzy {ound a iidz dooK opzn and z^capzd in 
an automobilz. 

VfL. Thoma6on locoXzd in Hankinion a couplz o{ yzjoM ago, ^ucczzdlng to thz dzntal 
pfWLciU.cz oi Vfi. Timmini. Hz ll> a gfiaduatz o{ thz dzntal dzpafctmznt o{ HofithiMZMtznn 
UnivzuiXy, 6zcu/Ung kU zducxition thnough hil, own zHofiti^. Hz hoi z&tabtuhzd a mo6t 
iuccz&i^ul pfiactlcz hzAz and hxi& a langz clficlz oi ifiizndi> who zitzzm him {ofi hii, many 
manly qujalitLz6. 

Thz bfiidz viiitzd hzfiz la&t &za&on and at oncz bzcamz populafi with thz young pzoplz 
0(J tJiz community. Ml will wzlcomz hzfi to oufi town and {fiiend^ o{ thz young cowptz afiz 
plzoMzd to zxtznd congfiatulatiom, . 

Vfi. and Aiw. Tfiomoion afifiivzd hzfiz tkii, mo fining {fiom thzlfi wzdding tnlp and will 
go to houizkzzping at: oncz in tkz Bfuumund fiz&idzncz on Gfiapz Avenue, which thzy kavz 
Izaizd. Tkzy will bz "at homz" to thzVi {fiizndi a^tzA Tzbfiuafiy Ut. 

»««,«««««« Januafty 5, 1911 

ITEM OF TNTEREST 
A happy xzunion OjJ thz Stack {amillzi took plaxiz at Mayvillz, WT., whzn {oft thz 
{iut timz in n yzafUi, iom, daaghtzu and 20 gfiandcJiildn.zn gathzAzd at thz homz oi 
tkz agzd pafiznti on ChfU&tmai Vay. 

Ffiziznt wzfiz [ifwm Haydii.ns>on] A. C. Stack and {amliy, H. Stack and iamily, ChoJi. 
Stack and wi^z, thz Vavztin and tUUan {jamilzi ifwm Uilwaukzz, Otto, Abzl, Szca, WT., 
Ed. BaAJtz and iamily, Hayvillz, Emil and ULchoAd Stack, and Mfi&. J. Stack, Uayvillz. 

«««»««««*« Januafiy 5, 7977 

Zt iM tizpofitzd hzfiz that A. B. hlztman, iofmznly ouJi doctofi, now o^ CaMon, NV., 
li mafuUzd to a wzaltky widow. IjJ &uch bz thz case hZi {fiizndi hzfiz wi6h to zxtznd 
cnngfuxJiulatioM. ********** Januafiy U, 797 7 



AZXJio KcutheA Zcutz to KzponZ, we wtcih to congAatuZcutz Ma., and Hfu,. Than John, who 

uiztz mcuuiizd AzczntZy. Thz bfiidz -Lit a. daughtzn. o^ Hznfuj HoZthmzn, who AziZdzi nzoA. 

Uahpzton. Louiz, we aZZ know, and hzn.z'& faei-t wiihzi {ok hzaZth and pfio6pzAZty. 

********** 

KathzAyn and UaA^A.zt SchUZzn. wznt to Wahpzton Taz&dai/ to attznd thz wzddlng o^ 
CZctAo. J. Sc/iuttz to F. H. FzAny hough o{ Man&boAo, htV. Thz bfUdz -u wzZZ known thnxj- 
agh thz&z paAti, hav-ing taught AcJiooZ hzAz iofi a nimbzA o^ yzoM. Thz gfioom ^& a pno- 
ipzAooi young {oAmzn. {^m Hambofio. We wZ&h to extend congKotuZatiom . 

********** JanuoAjy lb, 1911 

Thz moMAlagz oi Mc64 KatA.z TZ&chzA. to Hfc, VztzK BEnnoth wa& ■&oZznau.zzd a:t thz 

Cathotiz ChuA-ch TujzidcLy moaning. Thz young pzopZz oJiz wztZ known, thz bfu.dz bzlng a 

daaghtzA o^ Ma., and Wi6. Jocob FZihzA and thz ghoon an ZndaitKioalt mzchanlc who hoi 

bzzn in thz zmpZoy of, thz HankZnion Czmznt EZock S Btdg., Co., iofi lomz timz poj>t, 

Thz HEWS joAjUi with othzA {,AZzndi> Zn zxtzndZng zongfwjtuZaubionli . 

********** 

Judge fCoig oi{^clat:zd a;t hii {ZAit wzddZng Thufi&dajj zvzning, Jan. 16th, at. thz 
homz of, Wi. and Uu. John ShzKman, whzn hz pAonounczd thz woAxli that joZnzd Zn wzd- 
Zock, Ma. CZaali f^ozhnZng and UfU,. LizzZz ChafiZottz RzZmzA. Thz combZnzd agzl> o{ thz 
newZywzdi Zl> 134 yzau, thz gfwom bzZng 56 and thz bfUdz 78. Thz ZattzA Z& thz AeZict 
o£ thz Zatz Wm. ReaneA. 

********** FzhJiuany 2, 1911 

McS4 EdUh HachzzZ dzpantzd Uonday {oA. BaZiouA, HV., to attznd thz wzddlng oi a 
coui-oi. ********** 

Thz moMZagz of Mii4 UaAxf Nzumann and Ma.. kZbzAt Jahnkz wa& 6oZzmnlzzd TuiZJ,day 

zvznZng at thz homz OjJ thz gfioom on thz 4,outh ildz o{ town, Rev. H. Kunz o{,ilcl£uting. 

Thz asuaZ wzddlng {zitlvltZzi ioZZowzd. Thz young pzopZz wlZZ go to hoal,zkzzplng at 

oncz. Thzy ha.vz thz congKatuZatZon6 and bz6t wl&hzi o{ many {fLlznd&. 

********** 

TzbKuoAjj 16, 1911 

HAl/E THEV ElOVEVI 

OJzZZ Known TaAmzA and HlJt Lady Tfu.znd VldappzA.. 

John A. ?.oth, a wzZZ known ianrnzA o{ EZma Townihip, hai dl6appzjdAzd and l& 6upp- 
o6zd to havz gonz to Canada with a woman who hoi bzzn thz cjia&z ol tJwubZz Zn thz Tioth 
homz ioK 4ome tAmz paj,t. 

Whzn thz Hothi {Zjiit wznt to {oAmZng a coupZz o^ yzaM ago, thz wZ^z compZaZnzd 
o{ being Zonzty oi thz coupZz had no chlZdJizn. At thz .iuggzitlon o{ thz husband an 
oZd {KZznd {fiom thzZn. lofmzA. homz nzJXA thz GzAxnan-'RuiiZan bohdzA. woi &ZY\t iofi. Thz 
woman with hzA. nZnz yzoA oZd ion aAxivzd In daz tlmz and bzcamz a mzmbzA o{ thz Roth 
hoa&zhoZd. Roth'i attzntZoni to thz new aAAZvaZ ioon bzamz io aAdznt a6 to anouiz 
hZi wZ^z'i JzaZouiy, and ihz {yinoJUiy had him oAAzitzd. Pzazz wa& Kzitofizd by thz 
woman ZzavZng thz Roth homz and coming to town whzAz 6hz izcwizd wonk in a hotzZ. FoA. 
a bKZzi -time. domzitZz happZnzi>6 woi fizMtofizd, but onz night. Roth oAOiz whlZz hZ& 

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uxLie. U3CU> 6tzzplng thz AZzzp o^ thz jait, donnzd hl& bej,t cZotko^ end wandzKQ,d oat 

Ajito the. fiomcmtic moonZlght. Haj> jjA^endi haven't iee.n hlrr. 4-cnce. About the 6cme time 

hU a^^rUty tUied oi the humdfum oi kitchen wonk and announced that ihe was going to 

Gejie^eo. She hadn't been -seen 4-cnce. A honeymoon to the Canadian hlonthwe^t, vilth a 

dziejvted Mlie In Honth Vakota, It, pfvobably thz izqaeZ to the unholy love alialfi. 

?xith wa4 Inda&tAloai, bat waj, quite henvlty Invotvzd, and hl& cAedltoA^ have taken 

itep& to xejoLLze on the chattel itcuAlty they hold. Ho tHont mJUL fae made to aclcuaz 

hl6 Kttofin. 

********** 1^^^^ 2, 1911 

A vozddlng that took the. ^filendi, ol the conttactlng pa/itlej> by 4>uJipfil6z occuAJied 
Sunday evening at the GeAJnan Ev. ?afU>onage voheji hiiii Ma/iy landeA and hin.. WllLLam B. 
leyitz weAz joined In mat/Umony, Rev. Kunz peAio^mtd the. ceAemony. Hii/t EZma landen. 
acted 06 bnldeMnald and the. gfioom wa6 attended by Wi. Zichand ZandeA. Only Immed- 
iate fieZatlveJi weAe pfizi,ent. The young people afie well and {^avofmbly known, the bnldt 
being a daughttn. o^ Hfi. and U/u>. CanZ. ZandeA and the. gfioom a populoK Soo line bAakeman. 
They wilt go to houJ>zke.eplng at once In Aoom6 oveA the. A. CAogan Ae/>ldencz. ThelA 

many ifile.nd& txtend congAatulatlon6 and be^t wUheJ>. 

********* * ^^^^ 2, 1911 

The. manAlage. o^ AU44 Hinnle WuaZ and hifi, EdwaAd TetAldi imu solemnized at the. 
LutheAon Ev. ChuAcA thl& a^teAnoon, Rev. Klau^leA oxidating. The contAactlng 
poAtle^ ate well known, the bAldz being a daughteA o^ Mt. and Mw. Wm. WuaI, and 
hoj, a loAge, cOicZe o^ ^Alendi In. tkl& locality wheAe. 4^e hoi lived since, childhood. 

The gnoom li an IndustAloai young ^anmeA and alio has a host o^ ^Alends and 
weZl wlsheAS. The. NEWS joins otheA inlends In txttndlng congAatulatlons and best 

ultAhox ********** 

'*^*^^' UoAch 9, 1911 

GOT THEU mXEV 

A pfilnteA once got too much wedding wine {choke cheAAy] and In setting up the. 
account o^ the wedding he. got It sadly mixzd with copy ioA a sale bill and this Is 
the way It appeoAed: 

"Wm. Smith, the only son o^ Ha. and Has. Joslah Smith, was disposed o^ at public 
auction to Lucy kndeASon, daughteA oi Ha. and Wis. Samuel. AndeASon, at my ioAm one 

mile eoMt oi L In the pAeJ,ence oi the. ioltowlng to-wlt: Szventy mules, tfielve head 

oi cattle. Rev. Jackson tle.d the nuptial knot, aveAaglng 1250 on hooi. The beautliul 
home was tasteiuZZy decoAoted with a Black Hawk cohn planteA, one sulkey hake, one 
itcd gfilndeA, one set oi doublz hoAne^s, neoAly new; and jast btiofie the ceAemony was 
pfionounced, HendeZshon' s Inspiring wedding manch was AendeAed by one jeASey helieA, 
two yeoAS old, coAAylng a bunch oi iloweAS on heA hea.d, and looked chaArrlng In a gown 
oi light spring wagon, six shocks oi coAn, thAee stacks oi hay, one gfUndstone, mous- 
sseLine. de sole, and tnljme.d with about 160 bushels oi wheat. 

Among the. beautliul pAe^znts weAe two seXs oi sllveA knlvts and iofiks, one steam 
Aiding plow, one wheel boAAow, go caAt, bob sled and many otheA oAtlcles too numeAous 
to mention. ********** Ap/ix£ 6, 1911 

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TfLzd VzddeM., who aJViivzd homz KzczntZy ifiom a tfUp to Iowa bAA.ngZng with him a bKldz, 

wJUUL bzcomz a ^ej,ldznt oi Hanklmon, Z^ hz Cjan n.znX: a. 6iLita.bZz homz. 

»»»»»»»»«« ^p^;^ g^ J9JJ 

M/L4. E. Himgzt wcu, ptzit&ayvtlif iuApAlizd by thz aJUuxaJi oi hzn. nizzz, M^. Wz&tby, 

nee JngzboAg Hajum, and huaband cut hzfi homz laAt fKiday. Thz young lady wau^ a. mojnbzA. o^ 

thz Hungzfi ^amiZy ioh. a. yzoA ofi monz but fiztuAnzd to Honway la^t ^pJiing i,hofitZjy a^tzA. thz 

dzcLth 0^ hzA iathzM.. Thfiz 4>hz mzt a ^oHmzA. admOizK who&z pajizntl, LUjz on an adjotning {^ajm 

but who had ati,o bzzn a NoAth Dakota A^ziZdznt, having a position with thz N. P. Rt/. CO., aj, 

bAakzma.n with hejxjdquafit.zAl> at Jojnzitown. Thz cowptz wznz moMJizd a. 6 ho fit tunz ago and tzit 

at onzz iofi thzOi UoHth Dakota homz. Hfi. Wz&tby AztuAnzd thz iofiz pant oi thz wzzk to JamzM- 

town but Hu. Wz&tby wJJUi Kzxnain iol a i>hont tlmz to A.zneM otd acjciuaLntancz& hzAz. 

********** ^p^j^ j3^ J9JJ 

Hiii TzAcy WxZoy, ionmzfdbj oi Hardvimon, woa maMlzd at San Vzdno, CA., Za&t SatuA- 
day. We havz no dztaUi. ********** y^p,^ 20, 7917 

LILLIAN RWKER MARRIEP 

La6t ffitday aitzfmoan khnotd khndt and Ul&i Littian Rinkzfi 6tolz qulztZy ovzt to LU- 
bon and wzAjZ maAfitzd, Judge Thoma6 tying thz naptiaZ knot. 

Ffwm LUbon thz newly ma/oilzd couplz wznt to TaAgo and latzA to St. Paul and StUihiatzA 
whzfLz tkzy aAz &till vl&ltlng A.ztatlvz& and inlzndit oi M/la. km.dt. Thzy oAe expected back 
nzxt ifionday. 

Thz bakzfi ha& long bzzn conildztzd a coniVimzd badizlofi and although thl6 announcvnznt 
tuoA a gfLzat ^uApAtiz to hli many iAlznd&, thzy axz nonz thz lz£6 hza/ity In thz/Ji tongnatu- 
latLom. 

Thz bfdjdz l6 a young lady who ha& llvzd In oun. cZty iofi a numbzA. oi yzxiu and hai, by 
hzA. lady tlkz dzmzanoA. and upfilght cha/iactzt zndzoAzd hzUzZi to aZZ. who \inow hzfi. 
^ndzAlJin Jndzpzndznt ********** Uay 11 , 7977 

At thz Catholic ChuA-ch Taziday moAnlng Rev. 5oi>. F. Studnlcka pzA-ioAmzd thz czuzmony 

which unitzd In moMlagz Mu4 Ro^e flichzA and Ha. Lzo SchUZzft. A big wzddlng A.zczptlon 

iolZowzd at thz homz oi thz bAldz'i poA^znti. Thz young pzoplz oAz wzZl known and thzlA 

many iAtzndi join In zxtzndlng bz&t wl6hz&. 

********** 

Thz moAJuagz oi t^. Jz&6lz M. Cox to Ma. ThoAnton E. Robzy occuAJizd yz&tzAxiay at 
Hinnzapotii . Thzy Izit hzAz Tuziday on Soo fialn 108, thz czAzmony waj, pzA-ioAmzd at 
HinnzapollJ, Wzdnz&day, and thzy dzpoAtzd iAom thzAz ioA Hivzfi Tall6, WT., to vlilt thz 
gAX}om'.& paAznt6 and wlil aJUo i>pznd a couplz oi wzzki> In Ullioaukzz bzioAz AztuAnlng to 
thzlA. homz In Hankln&on. We aA.z plza^zd to Join with othzA ifbizndi In zxtzndlng congAat- 
ulatlon^ and bz6t wlihzi. ********** May 11, 1911 



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This mofining, at St. VluXip'6 ChuAch, the. maMJjOLQt o{^ }iU& hioAy EbtnhoAd to Wi. Tnank 
Kunz WOA i>otQjnvu.zzd. Thz czAvnony woA ^oltowzd by thz iL&uaZ ^.tczptlon at thz harm o^ thz 
bAA.dz'6 pa/Lznti, Wl. and Wu. hianZin EbzAhoAd. 

Thz bfddz hai gfiown up Zn Hanklyi6on and haj> many wzJUi wldhtnj, among oux pzoptz. Thz 
gfioom ti an A,ndLL6tfu,oiii and kighZy A.eJ>pzctzd young man who ha6 aZio bzzn a fizj>-idznt o^ 
Hankln6on ioK ft. Yumbzn oi yzaJih. Thz NEWS jo-ini with thzJji many ^fu.zndi> in zxtznding conghat- 

uJUUoni. ********** 

June J, 19 7 7 

Ull>6 Ctana Kuzhl and Mt. HaAAy CuZX. wzAz qaleXty moAfUzd at 9 M tJvU moAning at thz 
homz 0^ Un.. and Uu. T. W. Robzy. Thz cznjunony wai pz/i^ofimzd by Rev. C. S. John&on. wUk 
Uk. and Wii>. Uobzy acting ai> wltnz^&zA. 

JmmzdlatzZy a^tzA thz czAZjnonzy thz nzioZy wzddzd couplz tz£t on Soo fialn 108 loh. a 
bfildaZ touA to fUnnzapotU, Chicago, HUwaukzz and VuZuth. 

Thzy wlti makz thzln. homz In thz tattzn. CAjty. Thz bfiidz hxu bzzn zmptoyzd In thz 

tzZzphonz zxchangz hzfiz ion. a long tunz and hat, many ifu.znd& and wzJit wl&hzu. Thz gfioom 

Ij, a popuZan. Soo bKakzman with hzadquoAtzA^ In VuZuth \- ' 

********** j^^ j^ J9JJ 

We afiz ptzaiizd to Kzpoht with thU l&iuz thz moMtagz o^ HUs GloKy BzAndt ot Ut. Ed. 
AndzAion o^ Washtngton, which took pZacz Wzdnz^day. Thz bnldz U> wzZZ known to aZZ In this 
community and li thz daaghtzA o^ Mb. EzAndt, onz o^ ouA. hlghZy Ae^pzctzd ^aumzAi who ha6 
AztOizd and l6 tlvlng hzAz. 

Thz gfioom li, a ^tAongzA. to u& and we congA^tuZatz htm In hl6 gKzat {oAtunz In having 
cho&zn onz oi thz zitzzmzd ladlzM oi thZi vlZZagz {,oA hci hzZpmatz. Thz couplz wlZZ Izavz 
ioK a honzynoon tAlp a^tzn. whZch thzy wlZZ go to Waiklngton whzAz thzy wlZZ makz thzAA homz. 

********** June S, 7977 

Cha6 W. Gfiawz and bfildz afoUxzd Za6t night on thz branch p<xi4engeA tAoln and wzAZ met 
at thz dzpot by a jolZy paAty o{^ thz gfioom' 6 ifu.znd& who zxtzndzd a {fitting wzZcomz to thz 
nzwZywzda . 

Thz bfildz' 6 maldzn namz wai> Mc44 UoAy Atkins and thz wzddlng occuAfizd Uonday at thz 
homz oi hzA paAznt& at folZock, SV. Shz Zi a iady oi many accompZl&hmzntl, and hoi bzzn 
zngagzd In tzachlng nzafi Pollock. 

Thz Qfwom li a 6on o^ Att. and Wu,. IM. Gfiawz, o^ thli pla.cz, and u^ zjnployzd 0J> a 
Soo bfiakzmzn. Hz hoi gfiown to manhood In Hanklnion and zvzAyonz know6 htm and li glad 
to zxtznd congfintuZatloni and bz6t wl6hz&. 

A^tzA a wzddlng tfvip to Ulnnzapotiii and othzA points, Wi. and IfAS. Gfiawz wlZZ fiztuAn 

to HankZn&on to AeJ>ldz. 

*********** jj^^ g^ J9JJ 

WEWWG BELLS 
Thz homz o^ HA. and {Afu,. Atkins, tzn mlZz^ iouthwzst o^ FoZZock, SV. , was thz 6cznz, 
Monday zvznlng, June 5th, o^ a vzAy pAztty wzddlng whzn Ul&i Mafiy Atkins and Ha. Chafitz^ 
Gfuxujz WZAZ unltzd In mafiAiagz. This homz Is an Idzat ipot {,0A 4o ImpoAtant an zvznt. 

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Tfie hUZi,, thz Minding fuvax and the. bzcwuty o^ a Jane, day lent natuAe'& moi-cc to gladden 
tkz occjuXxin. 

Ja&t a& the iun iank ^lom i,tgkt in the golden i*3eJ>t the bnA.de and bftiddQtwom took. 
theJjL ptace^ be^oA.e Rev. Tield voho pe/i^onmed the impAz&.i>Zve ceAemony, and the biide woa 
pfie^ented uoith the wedding fung oi deLicate de^A.gn. A happy company o^ ^filendi wl&hed 
the couple mack joy and unbonded happimii,. TolZouxing congnatulationl) a dainty and tempt- 
ing lunch wai 6eA.ved to the gue^ti. 

Fink and white caJmationi) weAe u&ed in the decofuutive ichejne iofi the dining Axiom. In 
the VoaJLok AoieJ> weAe ubed. Hiii Lucy Desmond, Uk. Otto Vfvincz acted at, witnz&^e^. A 
numbeA o^ veAy nice gi-^ti weAe pfieJ>entzd. 

m&6 Atklm wai, gfuice^ully attified in white 6wli,6 aZl-ov^n. embftoi-deMf. She had taught 
school in the. Pollock an.exi ion. i,e.vencdi yexuii> and will be mii,ie.d by a ho&t oi admining {,Aie- 
ndi. Shz and hen. husband wilZ go to Oake^ to be pnjej^ent at the wedding oi^one oi hex ini.endi. 

The time honoKed ni.ce and old ^hoeJ, weJie. i.n evidence a* i>he descended the hill, dte^ied 
in a ni.ch navy bluz tnaveZing &uit. A wauUng auto d/ilven by Un. and Mn/,. King whinZed 
the. couple away inom the ieJ^ti-ve. .dceneJi. 

The gnoom, M. ChanZe^ Gnauie, iM in the employ o^ the Soo naiZnoad and Ke^i.deJ> In 
Hankimon wheAe hii iatheA l& engaged in faoi^naii. A wide. clncZe o^ ^endi> nej>pect and 
honon. Un.. Gnawe. ol an educated, Induitnloui, young man o^ 6unny diipo^ition, and hii ^nlendi, 
anti.CA.pate advancement in hii tine o^ wonk. 

The happy couple will be at home to theln. many pUendi In HanLin6on a^ten. July Ut. 
Rev, and Hn&. Rexd went dAiven i.n a special can. to tfiehome oi Ua. and Wii>. Atkin& and 
AetuAmd to the J. H. 3one/> home. wheAe they weAe enteAtaine.d. 

********** Jy^^ J5^ J9JJ 

JnviXati.on6 have been Zi,6ued ion. the moAAiage oi Hi&6 Uaty Boldt to Mn.. ChanJieJ> 

VzddeA, the happy event to take pZace June 7.1 &t, 

********** jy^^ j5^ J9j; 

VeMteAday monning at the LutheAon ChuAch, Rev. J. P. KZaui>leA pnonounced the wondi 
thaX Joined In wzdlock Hi&& Many Boldt and Hn. ChanZti VeddeA. The ceAemony wai, peAionmed 
In the pnej>ence oi a i,maZl panty oi Invited guz6ti> and wai, iollowed by the u&udZ wedding 
ieJ>tlvltie^ at the home oi the bnlde'6 paAenti, Ma., and M/c4. HeAman Boldt^ iouth oi town. 

The. young people have gnown up In ZichLand County and oAe known and eMteejned by a 

loAge CAAclt oi inlendi. The bnJ.de l& a popuZaA young lady and the gnxjom an Inda&tnloui 

and nz6pected citizen, a 6on oi Ma., and Ma4. Wm. VeddeA, ploneeA Atildenti oi BeZiond 

Townihip. The happy couple have the congnatulationi and be^t wl&heJ>. 

********** j^^ 22, 1911 

R. S. l^uAphy, employed ion iome time In F. A. Linehan'6 EanbeA Shop, leit the iiAi,t 
oi the weefe ioK foley, MM,, wheAe he. wiZZ open a ihop ion hlm6eZi. 

It li, neponted that he wai moAAied at Tango Tuesday to Hiii VeanZ Baken, oi thZi place. 
The hiEWS hoi been unable to veAi^y the nepont, but inlendi oi the young people ieem to 
accept it ai> conAzct and aZZ join In extending heanty congnatixZatloni and be^t wlihti. 

********** ji^y^^ 29, 1911 

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HanklniiOn ^nlzndi, OjJ Hi&i Mae HindeAman aJiz pZexuzd to Q.xtznd congHatatatLoru on thz 
ocau-con o^ hzA mcifauM.3t at Wahpzton ZcL&t weefe to M^. TI106. WoAd. 

Thz bfiidz lb a. daaghtzA. oi U^. and Uu. OicoM. ZindeAman, ^oKmeA fie^ldmtli oi tkU 
placz, and tkz gfioom Z& cJilt^ tinvnan ion tht UonXhwe^tznn TeZzphonz Co. 

«««<««»»«» j^^ 29, 7911 

Jt uxu announce.d in Chafich on Sunday Lait that Wc<5-4 Tihoda. Stoltznou), daughteJi o^ 
ChcLi. Stottenou}, ujoi to be. jo^td <n wtdZock to (I'm. G/iltzmacheA. thli weefe. We o^izA. 
congAotuZatloni,. ********** j^^ ^^ jgjj 

hUM Hkoda StoZtznow, daughteA. o^ Cha/>. StoZtznow, am oi ouA. pAvminznt ianrnzAi, and 
Wm. GKitzjnjidizA, oi Hinnz^ota, we/te io/jizd Jin uizdZock on Tatiday. oi Za&t weefe, at thz Zion 
ChuAch, Rev. E. C. OzdzA, oHLcAAting. 

AitzA thz czAzinonif thz young pzoplz tzit thz vilZagz aji a ihovozA oi A^ce ioh. thz 

bfUdz'6 homz uohzAz thzy czZzbAotzd thz occasion uUXh a numbzA oi ^jzZativz^ and iAlzndi. 

We zxtznd hzanty congnatulation6 . 

********** j^ j3^ J9JJ 

Znv-itatlom, oM. out ioK thz maAKAjigz oi HUi, Anna. Botdt to Mt. EmiZ F. UzdzmaZdt, 

thz happy zvznt to takz ptacz Wzdnzy&dojf, JuZy 19th. 

********** j^y j3^ J9JJ 

John W. Kuzhn, iohmznZy oi tkii, ploucz, wa4 maAAlzd at LidgzAwood Za&t wzzk to Hu^ 

UaAtha Kackman. Hankinion iAlzndi ofiz ptzxuzd to zxtznd congAjatatatloni . 

********** j^ j3^ J9JJ 

UACHKOVJCH - SHEIMV 

IkiAAizd: . ...kt thz St. John NzpomLck ChuAck aji LidgzAwood, on Tuziday monnlng, JuZy 
nthfUoAy A., otdzJit daughtzA oi Ua. and hlA6. f/iank ShzJLany, and Ua. John Machkov-icJi oi 
CznzJ>zo, Kev. AZoy&lu^ Gayduizk oHlcAxuting. 

Thz attzndant& u)zAe. Mc64ei Anna ShzZany and Anna "RolznthaZ and TAonk UachkovZzh and 
TAonk ShzZany, Ja. 

Thz bAldz wofi bzautliuZZy ottiAzd in a gown oi whLtz latin, and hzA lady attendants 
wzAz gownzd in white. 

At thz cZo&z oi thz ceAzmony thz wzdding patty AzpaiAzd to thz bnidz'i homz eight 
mitzJt noAthzoMt oi town, whzAz an eZegant wzddifig dinnzA wa6 hzAvzd to thz tafigz numbzA 
oi guziti pAziznt. Vancing pAz\iaitzd duAing thz aitzAnoon and evening, and zveAything 
went oii io Yiicz and quiet that it wa6 a mo6t znjoyabtz aHaiA, and zvzAybody 6aid thzy 
had a good time. 

A beautiiui display oi handsomz pAeJ>enti> weAz on display, inciuding many costly ant- 
idizs oi china and sUvzAwaAz. 

Hiss Shzlany is a populoA young lady oi UoAon Township and thz gAoom is a success iui 
young ianmzA nzMA GznejSzo, and is a membeA oi thz Gene^eo Band. 

IAa. and Wis. Uachkovick will Azsidz nzoA Ge^zseo and bzJ>t wishz^ go with them iAom 
tkeiA laAgz ciAclz oi iAiends. 

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Among tkoit wko attzndzd tkt lozddcng bei^de^ tho4>z inom LidgzAwood and vlclnZty wzAz- 

Wi. and M/14. Ed. Hanlkoukl o^ EfizckzrULldgz; Mt. and Has. CoApfuom, Wi. and Uns. Uantin 

Uackofie., Wi.and Wu,. DzvouZ, If^. and UKb, A. Uachkovlck, all oi Gtnz6zo; ^(^. Augoi^t BeAg- 

rem and son o^ ^akpttOYi) Wi. Hick GnKuka oi Wahpzton; M^. Ffiank RzAJikz, GAzat Bend; Ufi. 

and tAns. ffuink Novak and iamiZy oi EHZngton, SV; Ha,6U Matfme Pe^z and Gzofigiana KloA oi 

HanfUnion; Hfi. Jot Vantk oi HankA.n&on; Ait44 Anna 1lo6znthaZ oi Totzdo, OH. 

«««««,«»»« jj^j^ 20, 1971 

VuttKdajj moknAJig, at ihe. JimanueZ Ev. ChuJicJi, Rev. A. G/iabowifei. pzn.iofumd thz ceA£- 
mony wh/xk jolnzd in wtdlodz Atc64 Anna Botdt and Wi. Emit F. UtdQjnwatdt. Tht ceAvnony 
woi uiltneMtd by a Zxviqz pafvty oi invitzd gaoMtli and at iti concJiu6Zon a Ktczptlon woi 
fie£d at the. homz oi the. bfu.dz'/> paAenti, Ma., and Uu. HeAinan Boldt, jadt J^outk oi torn.. 

Thz bftidz AJ, a ZicMand County glfiZ and has Lived heAz aZZ. hex liiz, and thz ghoom 
hai ZikeuxUz bzeyi a A.zi'ident oi HankAjiion iofi a nwmbzn. oi yzoJU. Both anz wztt knoMfi 
and havz a ho6t oi i^Uends uolio zxtznd congfuxtuZjotlons and beMt vxUhes iofi a long and 
happy maAAlzd liiz. 

A bill has bzzn Introduced In thz Uofaozglan paJiliamznt pAovlding that no maJvUxigz 
shall bz peJiionmzd unless thz pnx)Spzctivz bfu,dz has pKzvlously obtaZnzd a czAtlilcatz 
atte>l,tlng a satuiactofiy knowledge oi cooking^ laandfiy and dressmaking. Now they should 
Int/wducz onotheA bill providing that thz pKospzctlvz ghoom havz a ceAtlilcate attesting 
that hz Is ablz to iuAnl&h thz nzcessofuj antlclzs to do thz cooking, laundexing and dAess- 

Bi/rfc/it/, ********** 

""^'^S- August 31, 1911 

We oAz pleas zd to fvzpont thz manxiagz oi Joz HeAmes and Hiss GWiis u)hich took place 
last Taz&day. Thz young couplz afiz well and iavoAably known heAz, both being chlldAzn oi 
pfwspeAXJUS ioAmeAS In this szction, and thzy havz ouA best wi6hes and slnceAz congAat- 

,,P„+;r,y,, ********** 

li^^^^^ris. Szptzmbzn. 14, 1911 

Ha. and MA4. H. 0. HaAfuson oAz at Vofian, UN., today in attendance at the wzdding 
oi Hfis. HaAAlson's slsteA. 

********** SzptembzA 14, 1911 

A maAAiagz license was Issuzd to Joshua J. Bzchtal and Hi&s Elslz A. WoAneA, both 
oi GKeat Bend, on Monday. 



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SzptzmbeA. 14, 1911 



Invitations havz bzzn Azczlvzd by Hanklnson ifilznds ioA thz wzdding oi Uli>s HoAgoAet 
Day, which happy zvznt will takz place at Stephzn, MM., on Szpt. 27th. Thz bfiidz-to-bz 
will bz AzmembeAzd by old timzAS as a littlz glAl when heA iatheA, W. A. Vaij, was G. N. 
agent hzAz ten oA tuielvz yeoAS ago. 

********** SzptzmbeA 11, 1911 



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Ut. Joihua. ZdchtzZ. and Mc44 E^^e WohnoA. weAe. /o-cnecf -in we.dlock on Thu/L&day la&t 
at the. homz oi M^. and Ufu. Ed. Laboda. Thz young couplt oaz welZ known and havz a 
ho^&t 0^ iKiendi who jo^n in zxtendZng congAatulaXA,on& . 

Thz moAAlagz cdAzmonij wojt pzA^oHme.d by Rev. E. C. OedeA. A numbeA o^ ^fUendi and 
A.eZativeJ> gaiheAnd to znj'oy tkz occaiion. Thz GfizaX Bznd band ^annukzd ma4^c Zn tkz 
zvzning and zvzAyonz paJitook oi a. gfumd iwppzK. 

Wi. and UfU. Bzcktzt mWi bz at komz on thzVi ioAjn ja&t wzit o^ town a^tzA Oct. lit. 

«»«»<»»«»» Szptzjnbz^ n, 1911 

Wz oJiz aJUo ptzojtzd to fvzpoHt with thU -Uiaz that RZyinhoAt Bohn, onz ol ouA popuLaA 
young men, wai joinzd In wzdZock on ThuMday Zoit to Mc64 Hattiz BAurmund o^ Hankln&on. 
Tkz wzddlng wa/> cztzb/uttzd by many ^ntzndi and KzZatLvz& at thz komz o^ tkz bntdz'i btuo- 
tkzA nzoA Hanktn&on. Tkztn. many ^Atznd/> kzAz wl6k to congfiatuZatz thzm. 

«««««««««« Szptzjnbz^ 28, 1911 

Tkz moAAAM-gz oi liUh Hattiz Bfiuimund and Ma.. V.ztnhaAt Bohn wa& lotzmnizzd loJit ThuAi- 
day, thz tVizmony bzlng ^oZZowzd by thz u&uaZ wzdding ^zitivitizi at thz homz OjJ thz bxidz'i 
bfiothzA, John BKummund. Thz young pzopZz havz gfwwn up kzAz and kavz a ko6t o( (^!u.zndLi, 
an.d wztt wij>kzAM. Thz bfUdz Zi, a daughtzn. oi Va. JuLioi BAwmmund and thz ghoom ll, thz 
youngz&t &on o{ M't. and M^. Aguu&t Bokn. 

Tkz {amcLLZi oAz among thz zaAJU.zl>t iztttzAi -ut tka, Azg-ion and thz. young coup/e'4 
many ^Atzndii join Zn zxtznding congAatuZattom) and bz&t wl6kzl>. 

«««««»«««, SzptzmbzA 28, 1911 

HAPPTiy MARRIEP 
WzJLt Known Young PzopZz Jo-Lnzd in WzdZock TkuA&day 

Tkz moMtagz o^ Wo54 MaAif BoAtz and t^A. AAthuA KAamz was 6oZzmnizzd on TkuMday 
Szpt, 28th, Rzv. Kinck o^ Gfizat Bend oi^ciatZng. U<J,i Anna Enkzu actzd oi bfiidz&rmtd, 
wkUiz thz gfioom woi atttndzd by Wi. Otto BoAtz oi bz&t man. 

foZZowing thz czAzjnony tkz wzddlng woi IZttingZy czZzJbAatzd at thz homz o^ thz 
bAcdz'i mothzA, Wu>. Augu&t Gu&tman, noAthzoit oi town. A ZoAgz numbzA o^ fizZatcvzi 
and ifiLznd& wzAz Zn attzndancz. 

Thz neuZywzds aAz wzZJi known young pzopZz and havz thz congAatuZatiom, a.nd bzit 
wZ6hz6 oi a ko6t oi iAZzndi. Tkzy dzpoAtzd Monday ioA WZj,con&Zn wkzAz tkzy wZZZ makz 
thzAA komz. ********** OctobzA 5, 1911 

Hii-ii KZtty Jonz6 attzndzd tkz JamizMon - Vada wzddZng at Wahpzton thZ6 wzzk and 
Zit 6pzndZng a izM day6 vZj>ZtZng otheA ifiZznd6 thzAz. 

********** OctobzA 5, 1911 

We iaZZzd to fizpont Zn ouA Zjut Zj>auz tkz moAAiagz oi Ua. VhZZtp WohnzA to HZii Ro6z 
Radkz. Thzy wzAz quZztZy moAAizd on Wzdnziday Za6t at thz b^Zdz'i homz. We wZih to 
zxtznd ouA hzaAty congKatuZation& . Thzy wZlZ bz at homz ioon on thz Wm. Stoltznow ioAm 
whZch Mt.. IslofmzA hxu Azntzd. 

********** OctobzA 12, 1911 



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AfiXkuA. S^-zveA^t and Hi&i Lznoi Luhznow weAt ja/jitd in wzdZock on Twadcuj ZjaUit at tkz 
IZon ChuAch, Rev. E. C. OedeA o^^cAjiting. Ovity n.eJiatlvti> weAe pfiz^ent to wltne^6 thz 
ceAejnony. Un.. and M/Li. S-LzveAt tz^ ioK Minne/ipotU ^OK theAA. hontymoon. We uiUh to 
extend ouA he.aAty congAotuZatiom . 

Mt. St&veAt -ci ouA dAuQgiMt and halt mode many ^fu.end6 duAing thz tonz he. haj> fceen 
hzAt. The. bfUde hcu, Az&idzd heAe 6ince hex bVith and Zi the daiighteA oi Vavtd Luhenow, 
one 0^ OUA ptoneeA meAchanti. Many yexiu oi pfw&peAoiu happy ti^e ti ouA wl&h to them. 

«»«»»»«»»« OctobeA 19, 1911 

A pAetty home wedding occuAAe.d yz&teAjday at 4 ?U at the home oi Wi. and Uai,. Choi. 
tUttag, ^ouA mitzii weJtt oi GAent Bend, when tkeAA daxighteA AZvXna C, waj> united in 
moAAlage to Wl. HaAAy H. OiboAn. HI&.& HiZda UofmeA played the wedding moAcJi as the 
bftidaZ paAty enteAed the paAtoA, Rev. OedeA tying the nuptiat knot. The b)vide iJ> the 
eZde^t daaghteA o^ Ht. and Hfu. Chxu. Uittag and g^ew to womanhood in tkU vicinity, 
highty AeJ>pected and t&teemed by aZt who know hex. 

The gAoom i6 a pAomi&ing young man who haj, Kei>idzd in thlii community do A ieveAoZ 
yejoAs. The bAlde woi gowned in a white cAtpe gown and caAxLed bAide/>' Ao6e2>. The gfwom 
woAe the conventlonaZ black. Pink coAnations and deAn& decorated the dining Aoom whexe 
a bounteoai) 6uppex woi 6exved to about ^oAty gusj>ti>. 

Ua. and Uxs. OiboAn wiZZ fiemain hexe. untit NovembeA when they wiZt texLve ioA a tAi.p 
to Chicago and Havana, IL., wheAe they wiJit make theix ^utuAe home. Thz young coupte 
have the be^t wa,he^ o^ a ZoAge numbeA o^ ^Aiendi) ^ox a Zong and happy jouAney thxough 
Uic. ********** OctobeA 19, 1911 , 

The NEWS Zi in AeceJipt oi an announcement oi the maAxZage oi UiJ>& LiZZian EveZyn 
Madden to Ha. CZaxence A. Caxtex at ?AioA Lake., MW. , that took place on Oct. 10th. 

The gAoom iJ> a ion oi Ha. and Hfu,. J. H. CaAtex, iofmexZy oi the Keyitone iaxm, 
and hii many intends in this ZocaZity axe pZexacd to join in extending congAotuZationi, 
and be^t wi^he^. ********** OctobeA 19, 1911 

Once thexe. waj> an oZd maid who 6aZd that ihe did not need to moAxy. She had a 

paxxot that &woxe, a monkey that cSieued tobacco and a cat that stayed out aZZ night. 

********** 

A WEEK oi WEWJUGS 

Cupid Was Busy Among OuA Young People 

CHWBERG - liACKOW 

Last evening, at the. home oi the. bfiide'i iZsteA in Hinnea.potis , the moAAtage oi 

Hisi TheAeJia ChinbeAg and M/i. Gustav Racfeow waj> solemnized in the pAe^ence oi a 6maZZ 

assemblage oi xeZatZves and intimate intends. VetaiZs oi the wedding axe. unobtainable 

at the time oi going to pAzss. 

The. young people oaz weZl known in Hankinson and have a host oi iniznds and weZZ 

wZshexs. The bxlde ia a niece oi C. A. Chinbexg oi this place and was employed ioA 

sevexaZ months as bookkeepeA ioA the Hankinson HuAseXy Co. VuAtng that time, she iofimed 

many iniendships among ouA peopZe and aZZ wilZ be glad to weZcome hex as a pexmanent 

Aesident. 

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Thz gfioom aj> a 4on oiJ Uu. Gzoxgz Mac/ieeZ and h(U gnxiwn to manhood aji HanklmAon. 
He. Zi> ejnpZoyzd 06 a phaAiracdtt <n GfLzen'6 VKug Stofit and Z6 known and n.z6pe.ct^d by 
zvz/iyonz. 

Tho6z ^in atttndancz. at the. wzdding ^fiom heAe. wojiz- Vju>. GtoKgz Mache.el., MA4. J. 
E, Rahn, Uu. VauL KuuneAt, M^4 Loiui&e. LoAhe^ and ThzodoKe. MachteZ. 

Tkt newZywzdi mJUi fiztuJin to Hanktmon Zn a. (Jew day6 and go to hoiuzkzzpZng -in thz 
l\ackzzZ hoa6z iofmoAty occupZzd by Vk. UcVonzti and family. 

KARLS - RomnsoH 

Wzdnziday ^ofiznoon at 10 AU Rev. Jo4. F. Studnlcka pfuonounzzd thz wofidl, that jdnzd 
In wzdZock Aiti^ Katz KofdU and Ufi. John Rob-imon. Thz zzfizmony took placz -in thz pauon- 
agz 'in thz pA.ziencz o^ a. £w) ^JvLznd& and Aztativ z6. Atcii Anna. lUnn actzd aj, bAldzimaZd 
and thz gfioom woi attzndzd by Ufi. Albznt SdiHozdeA. 

Thz wzddJjig had bzzn antcctpatzd by thz many ^Alzndi o^ thz young zoapZz and uxli> no 
iuApAAJtZ. Both aJiz wzZZ and ^avofiabZy known, thz bfu.dz having bzzn ^OK Aomz tanz ztnploy- 
zd Ajn thz CzntAot TzZzphonz Exchangz and thz gfioom hoi a fLZ&ponitbZz position <w hzad 
tinzman lofi thz hloAthnoz&tzfin TzZzphonz Company {^ofi iJili divt&ton. 

Thzy wiZt go to houieJkzzpZng at onzz -in thz John Bhant cottagz on Cannon Ave. South. 
ThzOi ^znd& oAz ptza^zd to zxtznd congfLatuZatlom> and bz&t uuj>hzi> iofi a Zjong and happy 
moMA-zd Uiz. ********** 

BAKER - SCHLENER 

We fLzczivzd too iatz ioh. loMt weefe'4 ^4ae a KzpohX. o{^ thz wzdding o^ two populoA. 
young pzoptz nzoA UantadoK. Thz newtywzdi ah.z \Ku,6 Vzfwna BakoA and Wi. Jo&zph G. Sch- 
tznzn. and thz wzdding ozzufOizd Tuz&day, Oct. 17th, at 10 AM., at thz CathoLic ChuAch 
-in ^antadoA., Rev. F/i. Stmon o ^{Zcyiating . Thz attzndantk weAe M6i4ei Lana SzhLznzn, Anniz 
Bakzn, Lzna Bakzn., Me44A4. BEn Schlznzt, Tztzfi Bakzt and John Rzttztath. Roiz Sztinzn. 
and PjuJtciZia 5cMeneA actzd a& ilowzn. gVdj>. TolZowtng thz czfizmony a fizzzption wai, 
hzld at thz homz o^ Mt. and Uu. John SzUinzn., and tn thz zvznlng thz young pzoptz wzn.z 
gtvzn a bZg ^Azz dancz -in BtzgzV& HaZZ at UantadoK. 

Thz nwty wzddzd couplz oKz kvvown thnxjughout this izction, thz bfiidz bzlng a daagh- 
tzK 0^ M'li. John Sztlnz/i and thz gfwom a i>on o{, Wu. Vnank Schlznzt. Thzy havz gfiown up 
Zn RlchZand County and ofiz among thz mo&t popuZoA young pzoptz Zn thz nzighboAhood. Thz 
NEWS joZn6 with a ho^&t o^ othzn. {^fu.znd& -in zxtznding congAatuZationi and bzst wti)hz&. 

Thzy wltZ fLZ&ldz on thz £aAm which thz gAoom ha6 fizntzd two miZzi, wz&t o^ UoYxtadoK. 

********** Octobzfi 26, 1911 

OLSOM - HELEY WEWWG 
PopuZafL Young Pzoptz UoAXizd at GKand FofikJ, 

StmptZciXy In atZ thz appoZntrnznti choAactznizzd thz wzdding thli> monnZng oi ^ii&6 
Cofia AmzZia Otion, daughtzA oi Ufit,. NeZi C. Otion oi Cottonwood StAzzt, and WZtZiam 
AZbzfit Hztzy o^ HankZn&on, but thz czfiejnony woA bzautl^uZty ZmpKzi^Zvz and thz guz6ti 
WdAz ju&t thz iainiZy caAcZz. Thz nuptZat vom wzAz ^pokzn at 9:30 AM with Rev. C. C. 

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WoAmA, Va&toK o{, tko. Ttymouth Congn.zgcutLonaZ Chafich o ^^Zcccutlng , and a^teA the, leAvZce. 
0^ ikt pfuMxly cuppolnttd wtddLing bfizaklcUit tkz wzdde.d couplz Zz^t on thz noon fuUn 
loK UinnejCLpotii uihzAz ihzy mJit ipznd tkzAJi kontymoovi. 

Thz dzcjOAcuU.on6 iofi thz wzdding cut thz Otson fizi-idzncz weAe Zn yzZZow and whotz 
(uvuu.zd out viitk quantltizi o^ yzZZow chAy6anthzjmmi and vihitz caAnatloni>. Thz czAzmony 
woi pzKionmzd -in thz poAZofi and to thz 4.tt^t6i4 0(J Uzndzti>.&ohn'6 Wzdding MoAc/i piayzd by 
Mi4i UZah Sannzi. Thz bfuAz zntzAzd on thz afm oi hzA bfiothzfi, Rai/mond Oti>on. Shz woi 
attOizd In hzn. tAjOvzLing gown o^ fu-ch bfiown bKoadctoth with mz6-&aLinz bZoii&z and Zangz 
bzavzfi hat and hzfi bAldziirvUd woi thz gfioom^i hiMtzK, Mc<S4 StzZZa. Hztzy o^ EdgzZzy. HzA 
gown wa& oi tan cAzpz dz dvLnz wh/JLz Mi4.6 'BzxuUu.c.z Otion, thz bfUdz'i youngzA iZ&tzA, who 
woA thz iZxiwzA gVdi, wofiz a dcunty ^Aock oi whitz maAqal6zttz. So^t mu&lc contU-nazd whiiz 
thz hoal>z guzJtti zxtzndzd congA£LtuZationl> and thzn tkzy fizpaJjuid to thz dining Koom lofi 
thz bfizak{iaMt ieAv^ce. HzAz thz dzcxjfvatioYii wzjiz znhanczd with bnanchzi o^ miittztoz 
and placz^ iofi thz gaz&tl, wzKz afOumgzd at onz long tahlz. MfU. Anna SchZoi^zJi, hili>6 
MoAgaAet Otion and Hc&i Anna Bztg izAvzd and thz dainty fizpa^t wad 6ZA.vzd Zn coiifi6Z6. 

Wl, and Mta. HzJizy wiZZ Az&Zdz -in Hankln&on and wttZ bz at homz a^tzA Vzc. l6t. 
Gfiand Tofdi6 TJimzM Novzmbzn. 2, 1911 

THORSGARP - RUhiyOhl 

On Wzdnz^daif, Uov. lit, at 5:30 PM. , at thz homz oi thz gfioom*^ poAznti Zn Vattzy 
(Uty, HO., oczuAAzd thz moAAiagz oi Hi6i Floy Uan^iz TkofU>gaAd to Ma.. CloAzncz L. Ranyon. 
Thz czAzmony wtu pzAiofunzd Zn thz pftz&zncz oi fizZatZvzi> and ZjmzdZatz ifiZzndi oi thz 
cont/LOctZng poAtizi. 

Thz bAyidz Zl a daughtzA oi B. A. ThoK&gaAd, a pfw&pzAoui ioAmzA oi CovAtznay, NV., 
and thz ghoom Zj> a popdLoA young bu^Zjizi^i man who KzczntZy Zocatzd Zn HankZn&on. 

M^. and Ma4. Runyon oAAivzd hzAz (/Izdnz&day zvznZng and wZLi bz "at homz" Zn thz 
Lza. ^LZJtZdzncz aitzn. VzczmbeA Ut. 

SCHULTI - HEKU 

ThZj> aitzhnoon, at thz Ev. LuthzAon ChuAch, thz maAAlagz oi W^4 EZiZz SchuZtz to 
Hn.. fnank Hzntz woi iotzjimZzzd, Rev. J. P. KZaa&Zz^ oiiZciatZng, Thz czAzmony wa6 wZt- 
nz&6zd by a numbzA oi A.zZatZvz6 and iAZ.zndi oi thz contAacting poAtZz^. Thz bAidz waj, 
bzautZiuZZy attZAzd Zn a wkitz cAzpz dz chZnz gown wZth a bfu.daZ vzlt and coAfiZzd a 
loAgz bouquzt oi pZnk and whitz coAnatZom. Shz waj> attzndzd by UZa OZga Kbhaham who 
woi gownzd Zn patz btuz and coAAizd whZtz caAnatZon6. Thz bfiidzgfwom waj, iwppoHtzd by 
GzoKgz SchuLtz. 

FottowZng thz tzAzmony a KzczptZxin woi hzZd at thz homz oi thz bfUdz'6 paAznt6. 
Thz bfiidz Zj> wzLi known, bzZng a daughtzA oi Gu&tav SchuZtz, and dzizAvzdZy popuZoA 
among hzA cZacJLz oi acquaZntznczJ, . Thz gfioom Zl a hlghZy fiz&pzctzd young man who hoi 
gfwwn up Zn thii, ZocaZZty. A hoit oi ifUzndi joZn Zn zxtzndZng congAxtuZatZon6 . Thzy 

wZZZ fLZiZdz on a iaAm 6outh oi town. 

»,»<»»*»»« HovzmbzA 2, 1911 

■ C25) ■ 



THIEL - TVAV? 
JuiZMdaij, Oct. 24th, Mc44 ??04e EveZyn TlvitZ and Ma.. Te^eA Tfiapp weAe uyvittd Xn 
moAAAjiQZ by Rev. Tfi. Gayda6zk -in St. Anthony'6 ChuAch at MooAeXon. Thd bfiidz wajt 
attznde.d by hdH 4,Z&teA, fli66 Hamle. Tkidi and thz QKoom by W-ccfe MeiAc^mon. Irmzdlat- 
eZy aitzA the. czAemony a Kzczption woi gZven at the. homz o^ thz bfu.dz. 

«««»«»»»»« HovmbzA 1, 7977 

CHINBERG - RACKOW 

Thz moAAlagz oi HU6 Thztzia Ckinbz/Lg, iofmzfdiy o^ Lakz City, UN., and Gaitavz 
E. Rackow o^ HanlUn&on, UV., woi 6oZzmru.zzd Wzdnz^day zvzning thz 25th o^ OctobzA. at 
thz homz 0^ thz bfUdz'6 bhothzn.-in-law and 6-a>teA., Ufi. and Ha&. AxzZ LoAion, 2506 30th 
Ave. So., hipli, MN. , in thz pxz&zncz o^ about ii^ty gaz^ti. Rev. G. V.ai>t oii-iclatzd 
and fii&i Hablz Suan&on pZayzd thz oozdding maAch and ^ang "Oh, ?AX}mi&z Me." Thz bfiidz' i 
lathzA, Wi. 0. ChinbzAg, gave hzA away. 

Thz bfudz' & gown vxK> ol cAzam mziiaZinz tAimmzd uiith a Zacz bzAtha, hzA {Jbowzu 
wzAZ a ihowzA bouqazt o^ bnJ,dzh K06z6 and hzA tuZlz vzaZ woi hztd In placz with tiZiti . 
0(5 thz vaZZzy. Hii>6 Neva Swan&on o^ StodzhoZd, (tlZ., thz maid o^ honoA, wofit cAzjam ca&h- 
mzAz tfujmzd with laZin and hzA ^towzAi wzAz pink aoj>z/>. Thzodofiz MachzzZ, oi Hankin- 
6on, bAothzA oi thz gAoom, wa6 bzit man. In thz poAloK whzAz thz vom weAz ipokzn, 
A06Z&, &mAJiax and lzAnl> uizAz a&zd. and ^wzti and ^otiagz &i.muZatzd an aZtoA. kmzAicxin 
Bzjouty Aoiz/) wzAn In thz dining Aoom undzA a canopy o^ fUbbon. Thz uizdding 6uppeA woi 
6eAvzd ^Aom ^mati ta.bZ.z6. 

(flzddlng guz&t& ifvom away uozAz Uas>. AndAzw SkogZund, HlZda and CZoAzncz SkogZund 
0)J Red iflZng, M'ta. C. NoAitAom and lAznz NoA^tAom, Ebba Han&on and Anna Roiz 0(f Lakz 
City, L. AndzA&on, Anna AndzA&on and HabzZ and Nzva Swamon o^ StockhoZm, WT.; M^. Gzo- 
oAgz t^achzzZ, Thzodofiz UachzzZ, M^. 3ohn Rahn, UfU. VauZ KunzAt and Mc44 Loai&z LoAhzi 
0(J Hankin6on, HV.; Mc44 Me/Luun LumnzA o^ Litch(fizZd, MN. 

««»*»«««»* NovemfaeA 2, 7977 

WzdneAda.y moJinying at 10--30 AM at Emanazi'i Ev. ChuAch, M^4 Metn SpA.zckZz& and 
Ma. RobzAt BZjxdow uizAz unctzd Zn mofiAiagz, Rev. A. GAabomfu. oi^ciatUng. Thz choZfi 
^uAnishzd appfwpAoitz mvu^Zc duAZng thz AzAvZcz. 

Thz bfildz waM bzaati^uZZy gowned Zn a cnzation o^ VzA&Zan Zawn and Zacz and at&o 
woAz a m.zath and vzit, and coAAlzd a boujquzt o^ A06z&. Hi66 Emma SpA.zckzZ6 uxu bfu.dzi>- 
maZd and caXAizd pink caAnations. Thz gAoom wa6 ottiAzd Zn thz convzntZonaZ bZack and 
wa& attzndzd by hi& bfiothzA, ChaAZzA BZadow, 04 bzAt man. 

ToZioMing thz czAzmony a 6iunptaoLLi> wzdding dinnzA wai, izAvzd at thz homz o^ thz 
bAidz, onZy Zmmzdiatz fizZati\JZ& bzZng pAz/>znt. 

Thz contAacting poAtizi aAz wzJUi known, both having xzildzd In JlichZand County 
6lncz chlZdhood, and oAz dzizAvzdZy popuZaA. Thz bfildz li a daughtzA oi Ua. and Uu. 
v. SpAzzkzLi, plonzzA Az&ldznt& and thz gloom ll> a 6on o^ Maa. HzAm.an Kamkz, ZZkzwliz 
an zoJiZy fiz&ldzyvt. 

A ho4>t 0^ ^filzndi join In zxtzndlng congfLatuZatlon6 and bz-it wl&hzA. Ma. and MA4. 

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Zlcudovi wiZZ fieJiA.de, on the. gfioom'6 ia/m noKth o^ town, wheJiz a neifi home, woi bvJJit tka, 
peat AtunmeA. 

«»««««»»»« WovemfaeA 76, 797 7 

InvAXationi oAz oat ^on. tkz wtddlng o^ Mi44 HoAgoAtt EtLzabeXh Thlzl and Hfi. Wm. 
BKzvueA, to take place at St. VeXeA and PauZ'6 ChuAch at UantadoK on Nov. litk. 

Ge.0. FouoZdi and Ul&i Etizabztk SchWieJi wete moAfUed at Wahpeton on Monday. TheAJi 
many ^Aiendii jo-Ln Zn extending congfLOtuZatZom and beJtt uxiiheJt to the woftthy cowptz. 

A moAAiage JUcemt um AJ,6u£.d thU week to ULcJuieZ Hipp and HUi CaAoZine J ii6 taw- 
ana., both oi Hanluju,on. »«•«««••»« WovemfaeA 27, 7977 

On Tuesday ojj Jia6t week a pnztty wedding took place at the home o^ hlA. and Mw. Joe 
Be/tg, when thelA tvUn daughteAi, weAe. united Zn wedlock.... Ha,4> Anna to ChAZitopheA KAimp 
and Hi66 LizzZe. to ChoAlzi Bolt, all o^ St. Joe.. 

We wlih the maAAied couple/, good luck and pAoipeAAXy . 

•*«««««,«» Hovembex 30, 7977 

Th& maAAlage o^ Hii,6 UaAjgaAet EZJjzabeth Tkiel to Ma. Wm. BAeuzA wai, ioleimvized at 
St. PeXeA and Paul' 6 Chanch In MantadoA on Twe^sday, 'Rev. ¥a. Simon o^^cZating. Thz 
young couple aAe. well known and have a ho&t of, ^fu.end& who txtend fcei-t wl&hej, {oA a 
long and happy wedded li^z. 

*»«»»»«««* NovejnbeJi 30, 1911 

A pAztty wedding took place at the home o^ Ua. and Mu. Joe BuAg when theJji daagh- 
t&A Lacy waj, united in wedlock to Wl. Roy McGlnnli o^ BAeckejifUdge. We wl&h the happy 
couple muc/i j'oy and extend bzit wl&hej> ioA a long and pfw6peAoai maAJiied li^e. 

********** VecembeA 7, 7977 

The moAAiagz o^ Hii>& Anna Tlnjohn and Ma. John EAummund wai holemiized at {ilahpeton 
la&t wzek. Both aAe well known young people and have the congfuutaiationi, and be6t mj,heJ> 
0^ aU. ********** VecejnbeA 7, 797 7 

Hon. J. P. WHUjmion o^ Havana, well known to many people -in Hankln&on, iL to be 
maAAled hhoAtly to Ma&. Sa&le Kink, widow o^ thz Chicago 6oap king o^ that name. Ma. 
UHtiamion Is a wzalthy backeZoA and the coaplz weAe school matzi. She li> vzAxj wzalthy 
having InheJvited hzA husband' 6 gAzat ^ontunz. Ma.. WiZllam&on l6 a mzmbeA o^ thz SoAgznt 
CounXy BoaAd o£ Commiiilone/u, and owni> a bonanza ^aAm jait noAth o( Havanna. 

********** VzczmbzA U, 797 7 

MI&6 Hazel Moody, daughtzA o{) thz latz SheAlU Moody, wa& quleXly moAAlzd on Wzdnzi- 
day oi last wzzk to ?Azd Putnam oi Tlntah, MU. AAAongementi weAz being madz ioA an zlab- 
OAotz wzddlng bat thz 6udden death o^ thz SheAl^i cau&zd a changz In thz plan& and thz 
wzdding wai, pnlvatz. Thz bAidz Is onz OjJ tkz most populoA young ladizs In Wahpeton and 
thz gAoom Is zngagzd In ^aAming nzafi Tlntah. 

********** VzcmbzA n, 797 7 

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AZ{ifLtd Bladou} and Hii>6 UoAtha. Ohm wzfiz maJUu.e.d at WaJipeXon thl& wtzk. Thz bfUdt 
JU, vodUi knovOYi, hzA paAzrvti n.e^ldAjig max UantadoA., and ike. gxoom li a pfvoipzMaii young 
ioAirnn. moA towi. The.y have, tkz btit wl&heJ> o^ all iox a long and happy wzddzd tiie.. 

********** t?ecemfaeA 2S, 1917 



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1912 

Me«i4 hoi bztn fizcelvzd hejie. o^ thz moAAAXigz o^ Bijfion M. Ltdfe to Wca4 Uafuj lynch. 
Thz happy evejtt took pla.cz at Spokanz, WA., on Pec. Slit. Mfi. LUk Zi, now a mzjnboji oi 
thz Spokanz PoLicz FoAcz. HZ& HanLuuon ^fu.znd6 axz ptzcazd to zxtznd Cjongfiatatationl> 
and bz&t uxi&hzi ioK a happy jouAnzy on thz matfujmniat iza. 

*«»»»»«»«» JamioAy 18, 1912 

A qiiLzt homz wzddlng ozzuJUtzd Zoit zvznlng at thz homz oi Mt. and Uk&. Hzfunan Kamkz 
nofith oi town whzn thz ^oAnizn.'& &Aj>tzfi, Ui&A HaAtha Kamkz, wai joZnzd i.n wzdZodi to Hfi. 
ThzodoKz StzinwzhfL. Thz czAzmony woi pzA^ofunzd by Rev. H^ZgzndoA.^ at 6 ?U tn thz pfizi- 
zncz 0|J only JumzdAjxtz AeZativzi. Thz young coapZz oAjz wztt known and havz thz congfuxt- 
VLiation6 and bz&t wl6hz!> 0(J att. 

««*»»«»»«-« JonuoAz/ 25, 1912 

Thz moMAjougz oi Anna Uzyzfi and AZbzfit (nlztzZg, wztt known fiziZ-dznti o^ thz UuAAoy 
nzA-ghbofihood, occuAJizd toit Thufuday, Rev. Gnabowikx. o^ Hanfe-oiion pzA^ofaning thz ceAe- 
mony. Thz many ifUzndi, o^ thz couptz zxtznd congfiatuZatcon& and bz&t wl&hz&. 

»»»«««««*» TzbAuoAy i, 1912 

Robznt H. StzAn, ^o^mzAZy oi HankJji&on, wa& moAAJizd on Jan. 31 &t, at Cayuga to 
Hi&6 Lzna Stibat oi Gznz&zo. 

********** Fefa^uo/ur 15, 1912 

Ma.. Ignatz SchlttzA and IKL&& Amztia Schlttzn. jouAnzd to lUl&cjon^ln ta&t wzzk and 
wzAz. unltzd Zn moAAiagz, AztuJitung homz Uonday. Thz wzddtng wa& czZzbxatzd hzAz thz 
iomz day. Thz young pzoptz oAz wzJit known and havz thz bz^t wL&hzi o^ aZZ. Thzy witt 
continaz to makz Hay^uji&on thzVi homz. 

********** TzbnuaAjj 2Z, 1972 

Mc44 BojotAA-ZZ HuZph and Wi. LouL& Jahnkz wzfiz qutetty moAAizd at thz homz ol thz 
b^dz'i paAznt&, Ma. and Mu. C. A. Hiitph, Tujz&day zvznAJig. Rev. J. P. Ktau&tzA o^^z- 
Zating. Thz young couptz oAz wztt known, having fiz&Zdzd Zn Hichtand County iZncz ckitd- 
hood, and thzy havz thz bz&t wt&hz& o^ aZZ. 

********** TzbhuoAjj 29, 1912 

A quJizt wzdding occuAAzd Tuz&day zvznlng at thz homz o^ Ma. and Mw. CoAt landzA, 
thz contAactLng paAtlz& being Hi&A Reg-cna Odznbach and Ma. RlchaAd landzA. Rev. A. 
GAohow&kt peAfJoAmed thz cz^zmony Zn thz pAz&zncz Oi{ thz Zmmzdiatz fiztativz&. Mci4 ktma 
landzA actzd 0J> bfu.dz&maid, and thz gnoom wa& attzndzd by Ma. TzAdLnand Racfeow. 

Thz bfu.dz L& a daughtzA oi Ma. and Wi&. John Odznbach, and thz gnoom Z& an ZndaitA- 
toa& and thAc^ty young man zmptoyzd tn GAzzn'i HaAdwoAz StoAz. Thz newtywzdi havz thz 
cj3ngKatJuZatJuoYi& and bz&t wl&hz>& o^ att ion. a tong and happy moAAlzd ti^z. Thzy wJUit go 
to hoa&zkzzptng at oncz tn thz Langbzhn cottagz. 

********** ^p^^ 4^ jgJ2 

We havz thz ptza&uAz tki& wzzk oi Azpofiting thz moAAiagz oi Ma. Aug. Lubznow to Ut&& 

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Alma. BoAteZZ, uihlck happcj zvcnt took pZacz on WzdneJiday a^toAnoon at thz homz oi Ait. and 
Wu>. Vav^d Lubznou), Rzv. E. C. OzdzA o^^clating. 

Thz bnldt 16 a bzmitliuZ young lady who ha,ii6 ifvom O&hko&h, WT., and tkt gfwom Zi 
ouA. uieZt known mzAchant [a. i,on of, David Lubejiow) highly zi)te.ejmd by all, and we wlih to 
fveAck oveA and glvz him thz glad hand and wl&h him muck joy and 4acce44. 

We congAxLtaaltz. the. young couplz oi the.y i>taAt the. j'ouAnzy thAough Hie. In double. 
haJtmii. Mt. and l^u. Lubenow will At&lde. ovzA the. &toKe. wheJie. they have &ome plzaiant 
fuoom. ********** ^p^j^ jj^ J9J2 

Jnv^itationi OAZ out. ioA the moAAcage o^ Hlii, UaAgaAet Thlel and Mt. Joseph J. Blon- 

Igen, to take, plaxie at MantadoA on May 7tk. The. maMJjtge. will unite two 0(J thz bzit 

known famULeJt In that 6zctlon. 

********** ^p^j^ 25, 7972 

Ua. CoaZ Stoun and lii&6 Reg-ina Kal&eA weM. mafiAle-d at (ilahpeton yeMteJiday. The. bftlde 
li> weZZ known heJie, being a daughteA of Ufi. and Ux&. VeteA Kal&eA, who fieildn neoA White 
Rodi. The gAoom ll> a 6on o^ Math Efuum of Wahpeton. HankAjiion ^ftlejidi extend congAotul- 
atlom and beM wl&he^. ********** ^p^^ 25, 7972 

We havz the pleaiuAe oi AepoAtlng thli weefe diz maAAiagz of Ma. LawAence Jzntz to 
Ua>6 Amanda Ro44ow. Both one well and favoKably known heAe. The bfilde l& a daaghteA of 
thz late JuLLai Ro6/>ow, and the gfwom l& a pwmlnent iafuneA of thl6 county. Thz wedding 
WOM czlzbuatzd at thz bhlde'l home nzaA heAe, Rev. T. Hlnck oiilclating. We wl6h to zxtejid 
CjongAotulatloni, and be^t wl&hzi>. ********** ^ 2 J97Z 

Thz wedding beJUU long out cZexui and loud on SatuAday laJ>t oveA the moAAlagz o^ Wi. 
Whiting, pnlnclpal o^ ouA school, to hiUi Lillian Uaoi. Both oAz well known hzAz and 
havz many ^Alendi. Mt.. Whiting hoM taught at qua school duAlng thli, tznm and hoi madz 
alt klnd& oi i/Uzndi, and l6 AZ6pzctzd by zveAyone. 

The bnldz 16 a daughtzA oi Mt. and Maa. Wm. Haai,. She waj, boKn heA and will make a 
chaAming helpmate to heA haiband. Thzy wzAz mzt on SatuAday at the depot by a hugz oiiem- 
blagz oi thelA iAizndi, on thexA fiztuAn ihjom a honzymoon t/ilp, and theAz li> no quz&tlon but 
what thzy weAz tAzatzd with 6omz oi thz bz&t muilc thzy zvzA heoAd. We will lejxvz It to 
thz bAidz Oi iihz l6 an accompli6hzd musician, having takzn a iouA yzau' couMz In a con- 
szAvatofuj oi music. We wish to zxtznd ouA hzoAty congAatulatlons. 

********** May 2, 7972 

John StlveAnoAJi, thz BAzzkznAidgz - AbeAdzzn bfiakzsnan who Kzczntly lost a limb 
by ialting undeA thz coAS at BAzckenAldgz, was maAAizd at St. T)m.ncls Hospital Sunday 
zvening to Hiss CloAa HeAmes oi Wahpzt^n. 

********** Moi/ 2, 7972 

A wedding oi moAz than usual InteAzit occuAAzd Tuzsdxiy whzn thz moAAlagz oi Hiis 
HaAgaAzt Thlzl to Wi. Joszph J. Blonlgen occuAAzd. Thz ceAemony was peAioAmed by Rev. 
Ta.. Simon at St. PeteA and Paul's ChuAck in UantadoK In thz pnzsejn.cz oi a loAgz assejmb- 

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tagz 0^ ^elaJxvzi and ^fu.znd& o^ tkz contnac;tLng paAtie^, and woi f^ollowzd by a gAand 
/tecep-tcon at the. home, oi tim bnJ.de.' .i) poAenti. 

Thz moAAAjige. unlteM tifio oi thz moii. prominent iamiZzi -in BeZioAd Town&hx.p, thz 
bnyide. beJjig a daumgkteK oi Ufi, and Mw. TtteA ThieZ and the. gnoom a ion oi Wi. and M/l4. 
Jo4. EloYvLgen. The. young pe.ople. gfiew up in Zichland County and cm. hlghZy fLeJ>pe.cttd 
and ja&tZy popuZan.. Thty havz thz congfuxtuZatZon& and beJ>t Mlihzl, oi a hait oi ifU.znd6. 

********** Moi/ 9, 79J2 

Wi. and UfU. King oi HinnzapotU oAftivzd heAz on SatuAday to attend thz Bohn-BeZlng 
wzdding. U/U>. King i6 a daughtzA oi AZbeJit Bohn. 

»*««»»*»«« Hay 30, 1912 

fijt thlit wfUting, pAzpoAotiom ate bzlng madz ioK a gfumd wzdding to takz pla.cz thii 
lozzk at thz homz oi thz bnidz'-i paAznti, Ma., and Ufi&. KtbeM. Bohn. WatteA. Beiing and 
AicAA HzAtha. Bohn afiz thz happy young coupZz to bz joinzd in wzdZack. Both afiz uieZZ known 
hzAz, having ipent thzVi zntOiz ZiveJ, fie/te. Mt. BeZing i& a 6on oi Ga&t BeZing, oi Gxzat 
Bend. We extend hzoAty congAatuZatiom and uxlZZ fizpofit paAticuZaAi, nzxt wzzk. 

»«««»«,,«, Hay 50, 1912 

mhTTH OF WEWWGS 

Cupid ii> Buiy and Iflzddlng^, Aaz NumeAoai 

WORWER - THOmrON 

La^t zvzning, at thz homz oi Mt.. and Hm. fhjtd WofmzA, thz moMiagz oi theJJi daag- 
hteA. AZicz to Ufi. \)liiZiam C. ThoAnton uxu iotzmnizzd. Rev. GKabow&ki pzAionmzd thz zzAz- 
mony Zn thz pAz^zncz oi thz iamiZy and a &maZZ paxty oi invitzd gaz6t&. M^4 EZZa. Hach- 
zzZ actzd ajt bAidzimiid and thz gnxiom wa6 attzndzd by Hafifiy WoAnzA.. 

Thz hoaiz woi pAzttiZy dzcofmtzd voith Aoizs, tannatioM and ieAn^. WhiZz Hi&& MoA- 
goAzt GAabomkl pZayzd thz wzdding maJixik thz bfiidaZ paAty advanczd and weJiz mzt by thz 
?a/itoA who pfiomounzzd thz iotemn wondi that bound them OA onz ioA liiz. 

At thz concZuJiion oi thz csAzmony and thz congAotuZatiom that iolZowzd. thz wzdding 
paJity 6at down to a bountzous Azpa^t. HUlzi ktma landzA and HoAgaAzt GAoboMiki ieAving 
thz gueJtti. Thz tabte>(> gfwanzd undzA thz Zoad oi good things pAzpaAzd ioA thz occxaion. 

Thz bfiidaZ coupZz oAz weZZ known. Thz bAidz il> a daughtzA oi Ha. and HA!,. TAzd 
^oAnzA and gAes*} to womanhood in Hankin&on. Thz gAoom ii an zxpAzi>6 mzi>6angeA on thz 
Soo and hoM a ho6t oi itiizndh. To A thz 6urmzA thz newZywzdi, wiZZ Azmain at thz WofmzA 
homz. 

Thz NEWS j'oZnii thz many iAczndi oi thz coupZz in zxtending congAatuZationi and bz&t 
uxUhzi. ********** jy^^ ^^ J9J2 

ROTH - KUEHL 

HU6 Ro6z Roth and W/l. FAank KazhZ weJiz unitzd Jin maAnlagz toit ThuA&day zvznZng, 
Rev. J. P. KZaaiteA peAiohming thz czAzmony. Alc44 MaAtha LowAy actzd a& bAidzimaid and 
AZbeAt A. SchnozdeA oi bz&t man. 

ItmzdiateZjj aiteA thz ceAzmony thz bAidaZ coapZz dzpantzd on Soo tAoin 106 ioA Hzz- 
nah, WT. , whzAz thzy witZ vii,it Ha. KazhZ' & AeZatlvzi ioA a month. On tkeZA -teiuAn tkzy 

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mJUi go to hoa&zkttping In the. 3onu Vapltx Flat6, vokzAz thzy mJUi fee at homz a^teA. 
JuZy l6t. Both oAe wztt known and havz a ho6t o^ {^fvizjidi) and ocelZ wl&hzu who join in 
zxtzndJjig congAotuZautloni. 

********** June 6, 7972 

Thz wzdding o^ WaiteA. Ezting and Hii6 HzKtha. Bohn on Wzdnziday o^ tait weefe woi 
ghjzatZjj znjoyzd by tho6z pKuznt. Thz zzfizmony wai, pzA-^ofrnzd by Rev. T. H-inck, a^tzA 
wkicJi Az{/Lzi>hnznti wznz izfivzd at thz bnZdz'6 homz. Thz happy coapZz Zz^t In thz zvzjn- 
Zng ion mnnzapotU, whzfiz thzy wlZZ .ipznd thzJji honzymoon. We extend kzafittj zonghat-- 
ZxvUoni. ********** 2uyiz 6, 7972 

STWEHl - SCHMITT 

A pAztty wzdding occuM-zd on Taziday, Hay 28th, at thz homz o^ Ufu and Ufii. Gzo. 
St/wekt, that jotnzd tkzlfi ion, hLLcholai, and Hui MoAgoAztta Schmitt, In Holy UatAZ- 
mony, at St. Bonl^acz CathoLLc ChuAch, Rev. VaztA oi^^CAXntlng. 

Thz bfUdz wai, gownzd In pAztty wbitz mzMoLinz i-itk and thz gfioom wohjz a navy blue. 
izAgz HiAjt. Thzy wzAz attzndzd by kii &Zl>tzA, UI&6 KatZz StAozht ai bfUdz&mald and thz 
bAA.dz'6 cjoaiZn, John T>iazgz>i, ac^ting a& bzit man. Thz bnldz -ti a daaghtzA o^ Hk. and 
Uu. LofLznz Schmitt, o^ Spokanz, WA. , bat ioK thz ta&t thfizz yzaAS thz bfu.dz hoi fceen 
making hzA homz with hzJi gfumdpoAejvtL at Albany, UN. Shz Xi a taZzntzd young lady and 
poputan. among hzfi many ^Alzndi. 

Thz gfioom aj, a pfw&pzJwiib young (^afimzA, Kzi-iding with ka, pafvznt& on a lafm nzan. 
Stxlz^ lijnzz childhood. He -ci a popular, young man and hyighly zitzzjnzd among kil, ifu.znd&. 

A gfumd wzdding dJjinzn waJ> izAvzd at high noon. Kz^Az&kmzntl) wzAz 6ZAvzd dating thz 
af^tzAnoon and dancing wa& IndaZgzd In until thz zanZy hoau o^ thz mo fining. 

Tho&z pfLZliznt bzildzi thz fizlatlvzi and nzlghbofU) wzfiz Wi. and Wu>. fUkz Tfiazgzfi and 
iamily o^ Campbzil, MW.; Ufi. and UfU,. Ambfioiz Tfiazgzfi and family and Nzphzjw, all o^ Wah- 
pzton; Ufi. and Hfu,. G. Tfiazgzfi and family o^ Albany, MM.; M^. Uafitln Tfiachta and ion o^ 
Havana; Ha. and MA4. John Baumchzn and family o^ Fofman; Hfi. and Hfi&. Choi. Nulph and 
W. S. Lowfiy 0^ Hanizlmon. 

Thz bfd-dz wait thz fizciplzjit o^ many bzojutllal pfizl>znt& o^ cut gla66 and illvzAwoAz 
aZio a lovzly bzdAoom lactz. 

Hfi. and Hick Stfiozhl will go to lafmlng two mllzi 6outh oi thz gfwom'i paAznt&' homz. 
We zxtznd congftatuZatlons and bzit wl&hzi ion a long and pfio6pzfvoui jouAnzy on thz hza oi 
maJUujnony. ********** ^unz 6, 7972 

ChaAlzl, Klagz, onz oi ouA pfwmlnznt ioAmzu, oAAlvzd 4ome tlmz ago at thz iagz 

conclailon that It Id not wzll ioA man to llvz alonz, and on Taziday oi thlJ, wzzk dz- 

paAtzd iofi VzHjow Hzdlclnz County, HN., whzAz hz will be wzddzd to onz oi thz bzllzi oi 

the. gophzA itatz. A^tzfi a wzdding tnlp to Chicago and othzn. points thzy wilt Aztann 

and takz up thzOi abodz on thz Klagz ioAm. 

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ktboAt Gnohnkz, one oi ouJi popuZcui cvtizeyi&, hcu, jointd the. ZJUt o^ mafifiizd men. 
Hz uxu> joinzd In wzdZock on Thafuday oi lent wzeJt to M^4 BzAtha TfUttin, oi thz SwzZtz, 
6outh o£ HankZn6on. 

M/L. G^hnkz l& wtlZ kno{m. to aZZ hzfiz and aZZ we can icuj o^ han li> that he. -ii an 
lndiii,tJdjOiu> , honz6t, xejUablz man, Hz fioA uiofikzd ^OK Cha^ . T/UXtin In tkz 6hop ^OA. tliz 
pa^t AzveAaZ yzoM, and -a now and ha& bzzn loK iomz timz hza.d man theJiz. 

Thz bhA.dz Zi a i^uteA o{^ Choi. TfiZttin and haj^ madz hex homz 6outh o^ HanklrUion 

wheAz hex paAznti havz a. pAo6pzfi0ii& ^oAm. Ma., and Hu. GKohnkz uiiZZ fee he/iz tkU weefe 

and itoAt hoa6zkzzplng in thz hoa&z Azczntly biuZt on thz u)z6t ildn. We extend owl 

hzoAty congxatuZationi). 

»««»»»«««« June 73, 1912 

A pAztty wzdding occuAJizd at thz M. Lackzy homz in EZma yziteAday a^eAnoon iohzn 
thzlfi daughtzn. LauAena. uxu joined in moMiagz to Uk. Hen>iy C. Bfwwn. Thz ceAzmony uxu 
pzA^oAmzd by Reu. J. P. Wuuj>leA In thz pfiz&zncz oi only thz irmzdiatz iamily. Thz 
hoaiz uxLi pAzttily dzcofiatzd and at thz conclaiion o^ thz ceAemony and cjongfuxtuZatlom 
that followed a. 6(mptJjjoai> Kzpa&t wnu izAvzd to thz wzdding paAty. 

Thz bfiidz il> an ottAactivz and acccmpliihzd young lady, daugkteA oi Wi. and Wii,. M. 
lackzy, and haA a IxxAgz cUiclz oi ^fUendi and welZ wi&heAi. Thz gfioom ii a. pho6pzAoa& 
young (oAmeA ifwm Iowa, and afytzA a. ihont honeymoon thz young couplz wlZi makz thzUi 
homz on hi6 ^z iaAm neoA LatijneA, that &tatz. Thz NBIS j'oini with theJA many iAiendl, 
in extending congAotuZatiom and bz&t wiihzi. 

John Wizba&h, Ja. , Aztu/tnzd ihom TeAga& on ThuAiday and brought with him a hzlp- 
rnxtz. Bzit congfiatulationi, to you.. Jack. 

»«««««»««« j^^^ 20, 1912 

A big wedding took place at UantadoA Taziday, June 18th, when thz moMlagz oi UAiula 
Anna, daaghtzA OjJ M^ and M^ii. B. A. TozAt6ch, and Ufi. John A. Thizl wai> solemnized. Thz 
ceAemony wai, peAiohmed at St. VeteJi and Vaul'i ChuAch, Rev. F. J. Simon oiiicixiting, 
and a loAgz gatheAing o^ invitzd gueJtti weAe pxziznt. 

following the ceAemony a Azczption wai hzld at thz homz o^ thz bfu.dz'6 paAenti, 
neoA HooAeton, and the occxuion will lingeA long in thz memory o^ those who weAe 6o iofvt- 
unate. as to be pxzsent. 

Thz bhide is thz daughteA ojj one o£ thz most prominent ^aAmeAS south ol HooAjzton 
and gAew to womanhood in that locality. She has a. host o^ iniends and weiZ uiisheAS. 

The gfwom is a highly xzspzctzd young ^aJmeA and thz maftAiage united tMo oi thz 
pionzzA {^amities OjJ thz county. ThziA many lfd.ejn.ds join in extending congfiatulations 
and be^t wishes. ********** j^^ ^o, 1912 

VeJ>teAdajy at 11 AU at FoAkinstad ChuAch neaA UuAfiay, Rev. H. 0. Lee pnonounczd thz 
woAjds that united, ioK liiz, Hiss Clana. HeXson and M^. LaAS F. AaxiZand, two popuiaA 
young pzoplz o^ that neighbofdiood. The ceAzm.ony was peA^ofrnzd in the pfiesence o^ a 
happy gatheAing oi n.elativzs and Iniznds, and at its conclusion a. Kzczption was given 

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CLt ikz homz oi tke. bfu.de.'& poAznti, Ma., and Ufu>. P.. J. HoAnzi^. Thz NEWS taku plzcawiz 
^n zxtzndLng congKcituZatlon& and bz&t uxUhzi to thz nzwtywzd6. 

********** j^^ 20, 1972 

UajiniaQZ Ziczru,z6 weAe Z&^azd thli> weefe a& ^oiZoioi: Cofmztuju> E. WaZkzA o^ 
Thvtah, U.H. , and M^4 MeA^e E. Howei o{^ HaydUn4>on; W. NzhmzA o^ Mantadon. and Aaga&ta 
KAau6z oi iUzb^teA, SV. ********** j^^^ 20, J9I2 

Thz moAAiagz 0(J MaAga/izt k. ,Vaixghtzfi oi M/l. and Ufu>. Ja. GzAz&zek, and Ua.. Vfm.nk 
Shelzny occanAzd Taz6day at St. VkLtip'^ ChuAzh, Rev. ¥fu Stadnicka o{ii-icUjajting. Thz 
czAzmony wai, pzfL^ofmzd at TO AM, Zn thz pAzszncz of, a imalZ ai>.&zmbJiagz o£ AzI^itLvzi 
and ifiizndlt, a{ytzA which thz wzdding panty AzpoAJizd to thz homz o^ thz bAldz'i patznti 
nzaA StiZzi) whzAz a gfumd Azczptlon waj, hztd, attzndzd by a hoit o^ ^ftlzndi o^ thz young 
couptz. Thz zontfiactuig panti-zii ajiz pftomlnznt young pzoptz oi thzJUi nzlghbofihood and 
havz a laJigz oJjizLz oi wzZZ lAUhzfUt who wtiitz -in zxtznding congfiatatationi. 

********** jy^^ 27, 7912 

Thz maMJjagz ol Hi&i Augaita KAoaiz and Wi. W-lZLiz NzhmzA wa^ ioZzmnlzzd tkU moAn.- 
Ing at St. John' 6 ChuAch -in BzZioAd Townihlp., Rev. HllgojidoAl o^^ciating. Thz ceAe- 
mony wa6 witnzi&zd by a toAgz gathzAing o^ ^Aizndi and at lt& CjoncZui-ion thz wzdding 
woA czZzbAotzd Jin timz konoAzd £a&hion at thz homz o{, thz gAoom'6 paAznt&, Ha. and MA4. 
Wm. hlzhmzA. 

Thz bAidz comzi ^Aom {>Jzb6tzA, SV., and duAing thz ijew loeefei 6hz ha^ v-i&.itzd -in thii 
ZocaLity hoi madz many warm {^Aiznd&. Thz gAoom jj, a pAominznt young man who g^ew up Zn 
mcktand County and hm> thz AzMpzct and zitzzm o^ aZZ. Thz nzMZywzds wiZZ AziZdz on 
thziA {yinz iajvm in BeZ{,oAd. ********** j^^ 27 79J2 

Invitcutiom oAz out {,oa thz moAAiagz o^ HiiA ThoAa Thofdivzzn and Ma. Pe-teA A. MoA- 

Zum, to takz pLacz aX. thz Azi>-idzncz 0^ thz gAoom 6outh o£ town Sunday a^tzAnoon. 

********** jj^y jj^ J9J2 

Thz moAAAjxgz oi Jo&zph F. T-ix o^ Hank-in&on and Uaj>& MyAtiz HaAttzy 0^ TaOmount 
waj> 6oZzimizzd in thz o^^cz 0(J County Judge VanAjinam at Wahpzton thii wzzk. 

Thz gAoom Zi a 6on 0^ Ha. and Ha&. W. T-ix oi thi& piazz and halt a ho&t oi ^znds 
who joZn i.n wZ&hing thz young couptz much happinza and pAo^poJiity. 

********** SzptzmbzA 72, 7972 

A moAAiagz ticzniz woi ij,6azd last wzeJi to AlbzAt Rziland 0^ WyndmzAz and Hli,6 
Etizabzth M. ThziZ o^ MantadoA. 

********** SzptzmbzA 26, 7972 

Thz moAAiagz 0^ Hi66 Lizzlz Thlzl and A(a. ktbznt E. HziZand wa6 totzjmiizzd by Rev. 
M. J. Simon at UantadoA Tuz6day at 70:30 AM in thz pAZ6zncz o^ a loAgz gathzAing o^ In- 
v-itzd gue4-t5. ToUjowing thz zzA^jmany a gAond Azczption in honoA 0^ tho. young zoupZz 
woA hoZd at thz homz oi thz bAidz' 6 paAznt&, and thz ^z&tivijtizi continuzd until Wzdnz6- 
day moftning. Thz newiywzdi wzAz thz Azcipiznt& oi a ZaAgz numbzfi 0^ bzawti^uZ and co.it- 

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Zy Ql{tti>, and weAe hhovozxtd uxlth congnrU-uZcutLoru and fceA-t wZihti by thtcA many ^Alendi. 

********** OcXobeA 5, 1912 

At thz CongAzgatlonaZ pauonage. Satafiday evening, Rev. E. P. GztdizLi ptfiiofirmd 
the. ceJiCjnony that unltzd in maAJiia.gz LLvJjia Vuth BakeA and Ha. Tfuxnk Anton G-iJigen.badi. 
Tht ctfiemony vxu a p/Uvatz onz and thz ioULomjig moKning thz neMityuizdi> took the. Soo 
txain iol theAA. ^utuAe home man. SZduiood, Sa&katcheuian, Canada. The bfu.de Zi a daughteA 
0^ W. H. BakeA OiJ tka, place and woa boftn in Elmo. Townihlp. She haJ) fie^ided in this 
vicinity aZt hex. ti^e and ha6 a laAge. cajicZz oi iniendi. 

The gAX)om i6 the 6on o^ a prominent ^oAmeA noAtJt oi Wahpeton and i& at&o a native. 
0)J HichZand County. The young couple have the congfuitutatioM and btit luukei o£ aXJL 
ioK a. long and happy jouAney oveJi the. matAijnonial &ea. 

*********:* OctobeA 3, 1972 

Invijtationi ate out ioK the maAAAjige o^ Hl66 EmeZie ^e^tphal and Ma.. Eduoandi SteAn, 
the happy event to take place on Tuesday, Oct. 15th. 

********** OctobeA 10, 1912 

Wci4 Anna. Stanton, a {^oHmeA teacheA in the. Hankin&on icAooli,, uxu manAied at 
College SpAingi, 'lA., yziteAday. The. gfwom i& a Wi. CleZiand, a pfwminent citizen 
oi Arlington, SV., voheAe the couple wiZl make tkeiA home. The b/iide'i many Hankin&on 
{^fiiendi aAz plea&ed to extend congAatalationi> . 

********** . OctobeA 10, 1912 

WESTPHAL - STEIN 

At thz Inmanuzl Ev. ChxiAch TueJ>daif moAning at 10 AM, Rev. A. GAohowiki pAonounczd 
thz voofidl, that joinzd in uozdlocJi Uii/) EmeZie Wz&tphal and Hft. EduoaAd Stein. Thz czAz- 
mony vxu ulitne^■6ed by a laAge gathzAing o^ invit.ed gazi>t&, and at iti concZu&ion the 
paAty KepaiAed to the home oi thz bAidz'i paAenti,, Ua. and Uu. Wm. OJz&tphal, wheAe a 
fLzczption in honoA oi thz newlywedt waj, held. 

The young pzoplz aAz Ulchland County pnjodiictJ>. Thz bfiidz wai bonn neoA Hankinion 
and numbeA6 heA ^endi by thz icoAz. 

Thz gAoom hoi likejtiiiz Aziidzd in thz county mo6t o^ kl6 ti^z and ii highly e^teejrn- 
zd by all. They will make Hankinson tkeiA home. 

The NEWS joind with theiA many othzA ^Aiendl, in extending congAatulation& and bzit 
iMiiihzi ^oA a long and happy moAAizd li^z. 

********** OctobzA n, 1912 

Invitationi oAz out ^OA thz forthcoming wedding oi Mc44 Emma A. ^zitphal and 
ThzodoAz 0. Tizgi. Thz happy event will occuA on Tuesday, Oct. 22nd. 

********** OctobzA 17, 1912 

CaAd& aAe out announcing thz appAoaching moAAiagz o^ HL&i HaAiz E. V.ziland to 
Mt. Joizph EoeAtch. Thz wzdding wiZZ occuA Tuziday, Oct. 29th, at MantadoA. 

********** OctobzA 17, 1912 



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Thz moAAAjigz 0)J Mc44 Ua/iy SchueXt and M-t. Geo/ige Hoo.^ wai, 6oZejnnlze.d thii moAn^ng 
at thz cJmAjdi -in thsAJi nzlghbonkood, Rzv. CZoztzfi o^^cicuting. 

Thz bfUdz U> a daaghtzn. o^ Ma., and M/la. Vtvzd Schuztt, pionzzn. izttZzu oi UoKon 
Town&hlp, and thz gfwom aj> a pA06pzAoa& young ^anmzt. Thzy havz a lafigz caJvzLz o{j 
^AA,znd& who join In zxtznding zongfuxtiiLatAXini, . 

********** Oivtobzfi 17, 1912 

WESTPHAL - TIEGS 

A pAztty wzddlng occuAJizd Taziday moAning at thz limanazZ Luthzfian ChuJtch whzn 
Rev. A. GAohomkl pAxjnunczd thz wofvdi> that joZndd ^oA tl^z Ulii Emma A. WzitphaZ and 
Un.. Thzodofiz 0. Tlzgl. A tofigz gathzJung oi ^Alzndi mJyiz&Azd thz czuzmony af^tzn. which 
aZZ fizpaVizd to thz homz o{ thz bnJ.dz'1 poAznti, Ha. and M^. Wm. WzitphaZ, whzAz a 
Azzzptxan in honoA o^ thz mtoZywzd^ wai hzid. ScjoAzi o^ ^Aizndi and wziZ wlihz'U paAt- 
i-CAjpatzd in thz ^zi>ti.vi;tzi> which zonZinuzd untiZ thz zoAZy moAnlng houJU,. 

Thz bAidz iJ) a nativz oi RichLand County and hxu gAown to womanhood hzAz. By hzA 
winning wayh and tAuz womanZy quaLOtizi ihz ha6 galnzd thz ^Aiznd6hi.p and good wiZJi oi 
hundAzdi o^ ^Aizndi. 

Thz gAoom iJ> tUimi&z a RichZand County pAodact and ^oA thz pa&t two yzoAi ha6 
izAvzd ai> AuAjoZ maJZ coaaLzA on Aoutzi J and 2 ^Aom Hankln&on. Hz iJ> a 6on oi Wi. and 
HA6. ?Aank Tizgi, pionzoA izttZzAi oi BzZ^oAd Township, and ha6 pAovzd himzti a dz&zAv- 
ing and wofdhy young man ijfi zvzAy way. 

That tkziA pathway on thz matAAjnoYUjaZ jouAnzy may bz long and tAonquZZ Id thz wl&h 
oi a hoit oi iAizndi). Ha. and HAi. Ti.zg& wltt go to hou&zkzzping soon In thz Az&idznzz 
puAchojtzd by thz gAoom on GAapz Ave., ja&t wz6t oi thz John R. Jonei Az&idzncz. 

********** OctobzA 24, 1912 

A wzdding oi pAominznt UantadoA young pzoptz occuAAzd Tuziday, thz contAnctZng 
poAtizS) bzing Hiii Luxiy ifloiuiodz and Ha. HznAy Hain6. Thz czAzmony waj> paAioAmzd at 
Sti. VztzA and Paul's ChuAch at 10 AH by Rev. M. J. Simon in thz pAz&mcz oi a loAgz 
nambzA oi iAidndi, AJidbuding i>z\JZAat iAom Mankin&on. 

A gAond Azzzption ioZlowzd at thz homz oi thz bAidz'6 paAznts, Ha. and Has. Chxid. 
Woijwodz. Thz bAidz ha& gAown to womanhood in ZichLand County and thz gAoom iJ> a pAom- 
inznt young baiinz&s man at HantadoA whzAz thz newZywzdi wiZt makz thziA homz. 

********** OztobzA 24, 1912 

HU6 Katz JazgzA and Ha. Lzo Lznzzn wzAz maAAizd at St. Vhitip'6 ChuAch Honday 
moAning, Rev, Ta. Studnlcka pzAioAming thz zzAzmony. 

Thz bAidz -u a daughtzA oi Ha. and Has. John H. JazgzA and thz gAoom iM an indait- 
Aioai and Az&pzctzd young man with many iAlend&. Both havz Aziidzd in Hankln6on 6inzz 
childhood and hnvz thz congAatulatxoM and bz6t wiihzi> oi all. Ha. and Ha&. Lznzzn havz 
gonz to hooizkzzping in thz Chapin cottagz on Wzitfin Ave. 

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JxvZn R. OiawioKd and Hii-i hiay E. HaZ{,pznny uieAz moJinitd at fUnntapotu Zjo&t TueJ,- 
day. Thz bfiidz aj, a. Hinnzapotii Q-Uit and thz Qfioom aj> a. popuZoA. Soo opzfuJutoK. Thzy 
oAAA^vzd hzAz ThuA&day and havz gone to hoa&zkze.pZng In the. A. H. Hughzi cottagz. Hank- 
A^nson ijA^ends o{, thz gfuoom ate p^exued to zxtznd congfiatuZation& and beAt mj,hz6. 

********** NovemfaeA 7, 7912 

Mc44 Edith Hadizzl and M/l. Ofman C. WaZih weAe maJirUzd at. Oakz^ on Satu^xLuy, Mov. 
Ind. Thz bfUdz -U a daaghteA Oi{ M/l. and M^. Hugo Maci/tee£ and gxzw ta womanhood in 
Hanktn&on. Sht -U htghZy utzzmzd ioK kzA many good qualZtlzi and haj> thz bz6t uil6hz6 
OjJ aZl. 

The. gfvoom JU^ a. bakeA by tAadz and wai iofuneAZjj empZoyzd heAz. He -ii an Zndai,t/Uoii& 
young man o^ zxzeJitznt Azputation and atio hai a taJigz CAJtcZz o^ ^nlzndi. Thz newlyu)zdl> 
havz gonz to hoaizkzzplng at Oakzi. 

********** NovzmbeA 7, T9T2 

At thz horn, oi thz bfu.dz'6 poAznti, Mt. Mzmnan Monifee and Hiii HiZda. Bohn wzAz 
moAAtzd on iUzdnziday lai>t. Rev. T. Htnck oiiicAjxtAJig. Both oAe weJil and iavonahty 
known heJiz. Thz bfildz Zi a daughtzA o{, Ufi. and MfU>. HeJman Bohn and wai boAn heAz. 

Ma.. Mn&kz came ^ete about a yeoA ago ^Aom WZ&com>.in. Both ate known iofi tkeln. 
good qaatcUzi and thzOi many ^Aczndi wl6h to zxtznd congAatuZjOtlonl) and wl&h them 
iucczii and happZnz&^. 

********** UovzjnbzA 14, 1912 

At thz Cathotiz Chwich at faUvmount Monday moAning ozcuAAzd thz maJOiLagz oi Hl&i 
Anna Hzntz and Jacob Lzzk. Both ajvz wzit and iavofiabty known hzAz and thzAA. many 
piZzndi wl&h to zxtznd congfuLtiitattonl> and wlih them iucce^i and happlnzi>&. Thzy dz- 
pantzd thz lamz day on a wzdding tJu.p to Hinnz&ota. 

********** NovzmbeA 11, 1912 

A moAAAM-gz tcczniz was li^azd tkU week to Hubznt L. HeJiding and Mc64 V.oia Taait. 

********** NovembzfL 21, 1912 

Thz moMAjigz oi tM&i Ro4a Fatut and Mt. HuZbeJvt L. HeAding was 4>olemnLzzd at 
St. VkLUp'i ChuAch on l)lzdnz6day monntng. Rev. F^. BubZz oi^yicAjOting. Thz czAzmony 
wa& ^oiZowzd by a Azczptlon at thz gfioom'& homz ^in GAzzndaZz which woi attended by a 
toAgz numbzA o^ intzndi and wztt WiuheAi o^ thz young couptz. 

Both aAz well known, thz bnidz oi a charming lady with a ho&t o^ {,fu.zndi,, and thz 

gAoom Oi an indaitAloui young ^aAmzA who hai gxown to manhood in HichZand County. Thzy 

witt fiziidz in GfiZzndaZz Townihip. 

********** Uovembzn. 2S, 1912 

FAUST - HEWim 

A veAy pKetty chuAck wzdding took pZacz Tuesday ^oAznoon of, Zaj,t wzeJk when HubeAt 
L. HeAding and Ul&i Ro4a faait weAz joinzd in Holy Wzdlock at St. Thitip' l ChuAch by 
Rev. Mount SinioA. 

Thz bfiidz woAz a tight blaz mziy6atinz bzautiiulZy tAomzd whiZz thz gAoom wofiz thz 
tAaxUtionaJi black. Thz bAidz&maidi> weAz Saiiz Taxat, &ii,tzA oi thz bftidz, and Anna 

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HzAdinq, A-ci^eA 0({ tkn gJioom. Both v:oKz deZLcxitz pink. F. HeA.cU.ng and HuboAt EZonlgzn, 
bfijotkzn. and coa&ln fiti,pe.ctiveZy acZzd aj> fce^Anen. 

A fLZczyition wan, kzZd at thz gAoom'6 home, wklck wai pxzt^tiiy dzcofmttd and onJiy 
nzjOA. KutatA-vej, and ^Alendi uizAe. pfKUznt. 

Thz gKoom iM a pAjO^peAoas young ^aAmeA o^ GfizendaZz ToMulvcp and uiith Z.nduJ>tAloai 
habZti. The. bfiide, Zi ^Ajom BfU^toZ, SV., having many ^Alzndi heAe. and a ^avoKltz uUth 
aU, uiho know hzA. 

The. young ^olki mJUi Aei^de on thz g^omi, 320 acAt ioAm. Many pnetty and aie^uZ 
pKuent^ wexe xzaeJ.vzd. »»♦•,,,,,, VzcesnbeA 5, 7972 

Matcua L. Vxennen and bfu.de o^ WiZUj>ton, HV. , aAe gaej,t6 o^ kU bfiotkeA B. J. 
Vfuinnen ioK a. iesjo day^,. •«»«»«»«»» VecembeA 5, J9I2 

S. F. Swe.et and bfUde aAe e.xpe.cted to oaaJLvz heAe. tonight. The NWS haj, no paAt- 
ZauZjOAi be.yond the iatit that the wzdding ocaahAed at AZexandAAji, MW. , thli week, but 
we hope, to be. able to give a moxe extended acount o^ the e.vent In oufi next i&iue. 

»»««««*««« VzcejnbeA 5, 7972 

A Zlceme woi Ldiued at blahpeton la6t week to MiA4 CtaAa F. VageA o^ LLdgeAwood 
and Anton H. StAond o^ Bteckennldgz. HUi VageA wo* {^ofmeAJby o{^ tkU city. 

H. A. NonemiZteA i>uApfiAj>ed ka, {^fu.zndi, by ^Zipping oveA to Oake6 on Thank&glvtng Day 
and taking unto hlml,eJLi a. wl^z in the. peAMon o^ Mti4 Hinnie Uetion, an t&timabte. 
young Lady o^ that cJMj. 

The. gfwom hxn betn ejnployed a& bookkeepeA at the. nUZZ ion. ieveAoZ monthi and ha& 
made many {,fiiend& duAing kU Kej>idenc.z heAe, aZZ o^ whom oAz pte.ai>ed to zxtend aongfiat- 
utation6 and be/>t wi&hti. »»*«»«»««* VecembeA 5 7972 

SWEET - ARMSTRONG 

Sam F. Sweet of, Hankin&on, NV., and Mti4 Ei^eA A. AHirj,tAong o^ thi& city, weAe. 
united in maAAlage at Glemood, Wednesday, Pee. 4th, 7972, at 4 o'clock TM, Re.v. T. 
H. SmitheAi o^^cixitlng. 

The. buLdz -C5 the daiighteA oi Ma4. TiabeZte fiAm6tAong and iofi a numbzA o^ yexvii 
hoi been ckizi opeAatox in tkz tocaJi telephone o^dice. She. iJ> an excellent young 
lady who by heA cheeA(,ul dii>po&ition and accommodating manneA, won a ho6t of, ^niendi 
in thi6 city. Wl. Sweet li> the ion oi VeteA Sw^eet: of, la Gfmnd, and 16 an honorable 
and indiiitAloal, young man. 

h\A. and Hu. Sweet will make, tkeln. home in Hankin&on, wheAe he -ca employed at 
the jeuoeleA'6 tAade. The bc&t wi6hej> o{, many {^nlendLk go with them. . .Alexandfila, MN. 
Citizen ********** Ve.cejnbeA 72, 7972 



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m&i Hinnie. KoppzJiman and M/t. Wm. G-^ege wfte. joZmd -in wzdJLock on Sunday, Pec. 
1/it, Rev. T. HZnck oi^-icAXuting. 

The. hfildz, a daught&A. o^ HznAy KoppeJbnan, U, woJUL known hzAz and koA a ho&t oi 
ihlendli who tJoUh hex the. faea-t o^ luck and happ^ne^6. Thz Qfwom aj> a young man o^ 
Ca^ieUon, NV. »«««»«««,« PecembeA 72, J9I2 

T/ie na/oUage. oi Hi&i ^loAtha ICOuch and Ma.. Oito JfuJJxn wai> ioZmenlzzd SatuAday 
at thz harm 0){ Ma,, and Maa. Mbzfvt Gfwhnkz. 

Tht bxldz ha& gAown to womanhood In Hankln&on and Ju> weJUi known to aiZ. Thz ghoom 

AJ> a fuuldznt oi GA.zat Bend wheA-z the. young coupZz wltt fieJ>idz. Thzy havz thz congAot- 

uZation& and bz&t wlihe^ 0(J att. 

«««»«»»»«« VzcembeA 26, 1912 

August ?ai>bfu.g Iz^t ^oa. WZicomZn loit wtek, wheJit he. wlZZ bz maAJu.zd to onz oi 
(fJ.i6con&AJi'6 ialn. daughteM. Hz wai attzndzd by Rube Stoltznow and MciA Emma ?a.i,bKig. 

Otta TAlttln j'olnzd thz tUt oi moMlzd men on SatuAday Za&t whzn hz woi, jo-Lnzd 
Zn wzdtock to onz oi HanluMon'i iaVi maZdi, a daughteA oi Choi. KeMch. Both oAz 
weZZ and iavofiabJLy known hzfiz and havz thz congAatuZajtioni oi zvzAyonz. Thz ceAzmony 
took placz at thz homz oi Ma. and Maa. AtbeAt GAohnkz. 

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7913 

F. A. Ra44eZ£, popuZanZy known cu "BeAt" by lUi old ^fUzncii in and afuound HanfUn- 

ion, woA ma/avizd at AbeAdzzn on Tuz/>day o^ tkU weefe to a. hlU^ Lam, and the. couplz 

uiUX makt thtVi homz at UndeAWood, UV., uiheAz the. gfwom l6 coikceA. o^ one. oi the tead- 

tng bank6. The bntdt taught 6diooZ .in the. UndeAWood nelghbofdiood and an acxiiuxtntance- 

ihip woA ioHmed that xeJtuZted In a itfwngeA attachme.nt. Wl. Rai^ett'i iAyiendi 'in t^ank- 

tn6on [and tht& ZncZudeJ, everyone uiho eveJi kneMi him] aJie pteoMe to extend heoAtie/it 

congAotatationi and be^t uil&he^. 

«»«»,«,»«, JanuoAy 6, 1913 

Hi&6 Lena EbeJihaAt and M/t. HichaeZ KuAz weAt unitzd in moAAiage. at St. VhiZtp^ i 
ChuAck thJj> lohznxjon. Rev. Ta. Studntdia o^fficlating. The bfiLdt i>t> a daxighteA oi Ua. 
and MA4. M. EbeAhaAt and ij, one. o^ thz popuZnA young taditi> o^ hzA iet. 

The. gAoom ij> an inda&tAioui young man Mho ^.e^tdti in Chicago, and ijrmzdiateZy 
a^teA the. ceAejnony thz young couptz depoAted ^oA thetfi {^utuAe. home, in that city, 
caAnying viith them the congAotulatiom and faei-t wiihti o^ many ^Atendi,. An inteAeJ>t- 
ing ^eatuAe o^ thll, moAAiage iJ> the iact that the gfwom'i bAotheA ti moAAted to thz 
bAide'A 6ij,teA, the latteA coupZt Ae&idtng at StiAum, SaAgent County. 

»**«*»»««» JanuoAy 2, 1913 

M^4 Anna BeAndt, li&teA o^ the BeAndt boyi o^ EZma Toicmkip, woi maAfu.e,d at 
AbeAdzen on Jan. 6th to Ma. Uyfwn Gayan. 

The. bfiide. ti> weZZ known heAe and haj, many ^ntendi, and voeZZ wij,heAi>. The. gfioom 
iA a pAo^peAouM young baiint&i man at AbeAdeen wheAt thz coupZe uuZZ KeMidt. 

********** januoAy 16, 1913 

W. 0. TlitteA and wi^e, thz neMiZywzd& 0|J the Soo o^^ce ^oAce heAe, Zeit thij, 
weefe iJoA. Thie^ RiveA ?aZZi>, MM. Ua. HitteA having been tAomieAned to that point. 

********* * JanuoAy 16, 1913 

Invitationi have been KzceJ.ved heAe ion. the moAAiage o^ Hebecca Ruth, daughteA 
0^ Ma. and Ma£. H. M. Stetn^eZdt, to M^. Eti FeZienbeAg, to take place at UtnneapotiM 
Sunday evening. 

The. gAoom Z& one oi Hankin6on' 6 popuZoA young bal>ineJ>i men and it hai, been an 
open &e.cAet that he imu to join the benzdicti icon. Hz has Azntzd thz PoAilow cott- 
agz on Cant&tzA Avznuz wheAz thz newly wedi wiZZ go to hou&zkzzping ihoAtZy a{^tzA 
thz wzdding. ********** JanimAy 16, 1913 

STEIWFELtTT FEL5ENBERG 
At Minnzapoliit , on Sunday zvening, thz impAz66ivz JewZih wzdding ceAzmony wai 
pzAioAmzd that joinzd in wzdZock, Uzbzcca Ruth Stetn^eJidt and M/i. Eli Fzl6ZnbeAg. 
The wedding took placz at Viking HalZ, 1305 East fAonkZin Ave. in thz pAzkence of, a 
laAgz gatheAing o^ ^Aiznd& o^ thz young couplz, and wa6 iolZowed by a Azczption and 
banquet. 

Thz bAidz Zi> a daughteA o^ Ma., and Ma6. H. M. Stzin^zldt o^ Minnzapoli6 and a 
nizcz oi I. KuZbzAg oi Hanktni,on. HeA bAothzA, A. SteinieZdt, ii aZio welZ known 

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kfie.. The. gfcoom Lti tko. juyu.0K membtn. oi thz ^Vun o^ T. KuZbeAg S Co., oi tkU city 
and l6 a. KUtAjiQ young fau4-cne44 man, Zmmzru^zty popatoA among kii acqucuintancti , aZJi 
oi whom A.e.j'0-ice. uoith kirn and txtznd hexvvtlzit congAatuZajtLoru . 

K^ttfi a bfU^i honzymoon, Mt. and Mw. TdLdojibejig vxitt go to hou6e.kzzfu.ng -in thz 
VoAJitow aottagz uihzAz tkzy mJit bz at homz to thzOi many Hankln&on {,fu.ejnd^ a^zn. 
MaAoh Ut. *»*♦*****• Janiuwy 23, 79T3 

Thz many {^nJLzndi OiJ VanizZ Su)zznzy and UKi. Inga Lund oAz ptzoizd to zxtznd 
congAaXuZatLoni on tkziJi maAA.ia.gz, uohLch happy zvznt oczuAAzd a (Jew daij& ago. Thz 
NEWS had no paAtizuLaAd o^ thz wzddlng but thz nzjfiZy wzddzd coaptz aAz among thz bz6t 
known Az&tdznti o^ EZma Towmhip and havz a hoit OjJ ^Aczndi,. Thzy waIZ Az&tdz on thz 
gAoom'& jj^e ^oAm in. Bbna. 



«««««»««*» 



TzbAuoAy 6, 1915 



HaniUnion ^ALznd& thti wzzk Azczivzd announzzmznti o^ thz maAfviagz o{ Ait44 Vzaxt 
VoughzAty oi Talfmount, MP., to Va. HzAbzAt B. Wzntz o^ VzAona, hW. Thz wzdding took 
pZacz Jan. Z3Ad, and wa6 a compZztz 6uApAiiz to modt o^ thzOi ^Aizndi. A^tzA a touA 
oi thz houtkzAn i>tatz/>, Va. and Wil>. Wzntz wlZt bz at homz at MzAona a^tzA Feb. T5th. 

Thz bfudz id quitz uozZt known in Hankin&on and hzA many iAizndi oAz ptzxiizd to 
zxtznd congAatuZatloni) and bzAt uxi&hzi>. 

********** FefaAxmx/ 13, 1913 

Announczmznt wa/, made thli wzzk oi thz Azcznt maAALagz oi M644 Suiiz Lznzzn and 

M^. WiZtiam M. SchaizA. Thz czAzmony took placz on Jan. 30th but thz nzwZywzdl> kzpt 

thziA dzcAzt untiZ tkU wzzk. Thzy oJvz among thz bz&t known young pzoptz in thi& 

poAt oi thz county and aZt oAz pZzjo^zd to zxtznd bzZatzd but nonz thz ZZ&.6 dinczAz 

congAatuZation& . Thz gfioom hoi, a. iinz iaAm in EZma whzAz hz hoi tivzddinzz boyhood, 

and thz young coupZz wiZZ makz thziA homz thzAz. 

********** HbAuoAy 13, 1913 

WoAd hot) jait bzzn Azczivzd hzAz oi thz maAAiagz oi Mc44 CZaAa KZamXtzA to M/l. 
John Kztckum at Siibzz, NV., on Vzc. Uth, 1911. 

Thz bAidz wai bo An in Hankindon and ZZvzd hzAz antiZ ihz and hzA bKothzAi and 
ii&tzAi wzAz adoptzd by thz NoAth Dakota. CIviidAzn'd Homz at FaAgo &ix yzafii, ago. 
Thz nmZywzdd wiZZ makz thziA homz at fo&dton, MM. 

********** VzbALUiAy 20, 1913 

MuAAoy iAizndd zxtznd zongAatuZatZon& to lUMd Hzdbig Wzinkaui, a iofmzA Aziidznt 
who woi moAAczd at ScAoyvton, NV. , on ¥zb. 3Ad, to Ma.. RzynoZd Bzn.g. Thz bAidz Zi a 
datxgktzA oi I^A. and UA6. Otto Wzinkaui who Aziidzd nzaA HuAAoy untiZ thziA AzjnovaZ 
to ScAonton thAzz yzaAM ago. ********** TzhfiuoAy 20, 1913 

Thz maAAiagz oi Wm. E. GaAdnzA and Mt44 AZma LzonoAa LaAion oacuAAzd at CoAtiiZz, 
MM., on (Uzdnziday, thz 5th oi MoAcA. . . ■ Thz young zowpZz aAz now Azdidznti oi Hank- 
indon, occuping thz N. SchuZziJ> cottagz, 

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Tkz bnldz 16 a rutce. o{t ^tw. E. HungeA and l& not a. itAongsA In thz community, 
having viAitzd ficAe ^zveAcui timej, in thz paj>t ieixi yzaA&. 

Thz gloom i^ a Soo zmpZoyzz and haa many ^Kizndi, z&pzciaiZy among thz haiZtoad 
boy&. ********** 

Thz moAAAjigz o^ M^4 Fnlzda StAuhzZ and M^t.. Ilobzfit L. Hamon woi ^otzmnLzzd at 
Hinnzapotii SatuJiday zvzning, h\anxih ISth, at S o'cZock, in thz pfiz&zncz o^ a (Jew in- 
timatz ^fUzyidi o^ thz young coupZz. 

Thz bfLcdz li> thz onZy daaghtzu o^ Ak. and Uu. Wm. StAubzt o{, HanLcMon and gfvw 
to laomanhood i.n ouA. city. Shz hoi a ho&t o^ ^MA.znd& who ajiz plza&zd to zxtznd zongnat- 
uiatLon& and bz&t mj,hz6. 

Thz gfioom li a. bfiothzn. o^ Ufa. G. W. Ben»u.x o^ thl& city and vijiijtzd hzAz Zoit 
4ummeA. Hz iJ> a >ujting young man and hoi a position in onz'oi thz UinnzapoZiJ) bank&. 
fAfL. and tA/u,. Han&on uxiti fiz^i.dz In Uinnzapolij,. 

********** ^^j^^ 20, 1913 

M^L. RichaAd ScJvxZz and Hu4, Anna KhoZho^ wzAe. joi.nzd in wzdtozk on ThuA&day 
last a;t thz li.on chuKch, Rev. G. C. ThizZz oilicijatJ.ng. Thzy oAz both wzZZ and 
la\J0fuxbty fenown hzfiz and havz many ^nx^zndi wito joi.n Zn zxtzndZng congfiatuZation& . 

Hn.. Szhulz -C4 a 6on o{, Aug. SchuZz and ii a itzady, indaitAZoai ^aAmzA. Thz bfiidz 
is a daaghtzA o^ Wm. KohZho^i, hZghZy z&tzzmzd by aZZ. 

Thzy uuZZ szttZz down 6oon on thziA. ^inz ianm six miZzi nofithwzit o^ this viZZagz 
and havz thz bzst uil&hzi, o^ aZZ thzJUi ^Kizndh. 

********** y^j^y^ 27, mi 

Thz moMAZagz O)} Alc44 Katiz WoZ^z and Ak. ChaJiZzi Kunz occuAAzd Monday mofining, 
thz cztzjnony bzZng pzM-ionmzd by Rev. Jos. F. Studnicka at St. VhiZip's Chu/Lzh. 

Thz bfiidz Ls a wzZZ known young Zady and has a ZoAgz cUvcZz o^ ^ftiznds who zxtznd 
congnatuZatZons and bzst wishzs to thzyoung zowpZz. Thz gnoom Zs a fuzsidznt o^ Hinn- 
zapoZZs and thz nzidUjwzds dzpanZzd Monday night ^oji that city whzfiz thzy wZZZ makz 
thzAA homz. ' ********** 

A bZg wzddZng occuAAzd at Mantadofi yzstzn.day, thz contAacting paxtizs being Mfis. 

John KotszhzvoA. and Un.. Ed. WagnzA. Both oAz wzZZ known, thz bfiidz bzZng thz fizZZct 

0^ thz Zatz John Kotschzvafi who zstabZZshzd thz ^iASt gznzAaZ stofiz in thz city oi 

Wahpzton. Thz contkacting pafitZzs havz thz congfiatuZatZons and bzst wZshzi oi aZZ. 

********** f^^,^jj^ 3^ J9J3 

UZss AZma Hozit and Wi. ^m. Bfiuimund, Jfi. , wzfiz moAfiizd at i)Jahpzton Zoit Thafis- 
day. Thz bfiZdz Z& a daaglitzfi o^ JuZius Hoz^t, a wzZZ known BfiandznbuAg ^afrnzfi, and 
thz gfioom is a son o^ Wi. and Mfis. Wm. Efummund o^ BfUghtuood. 

Both havz gfwwn up in RZchZand County and havz a ZoAgz cUicZz o^ ifiiznds who 

zxtznd congfLotuZatZons and bzst wZshzs. Thzy wiZZ fizsidz hzfiz. 

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A fa/cg (jozdding l& bzing ceJi(ibfuite.d at Uantadon. today, thz pfu-ncLpaJLi, bzZng Wc<54 

Anmi Jacohi and Hfi. Cha6. J. KZoitzAman. The. czAejnony Moi poAiofmud thli monning at 

Stl>. Vttfi & VaixVi CathotLz ChuAch .in the. pA^ence o{ a laAge. gatheAZng o^ ^Kie.ndi, 

and -C4 noui beting lotiowed by a gfiand Atception thJii> a^teAnoon and e.veru.ng i.n KLzgeZ'i 

HaZJi. Tkii moAAiage connzcti Xwo o^ the mo6t pAomlnent ^amltieJ) o^ the. nelghboAhood, 

thz bfu.de being a daaghteA o^ Ma. and Ufu>. VeteA Jacobs, whiZz thz KZo^teAmam oAz 

ejxAJLy plonzzAi. Thz young pzopZz havz thz congAotuZatixini o^ a ho6t o^ {Alzndl,. 

«««,««»««« ^p^j^ 3^ J9J3 

InvZtatLonl) aAz out announcing thz moAAlagz o^ HUi Tola. CameAon, daaghteA oi 
EditoA CanzAon o^ thz Wahpzton TZme^, to Ma. WatteA WonneA, County TAza&uAzA, to 
takz pZacz Tuesday, KpAit 15th. 

CAMERON - WORNER 

Isiahpeton, HV., ApAiZ 15th HU6 lota Haz CameAon, Azcond daaghteA o^ Ha. and 

Hu. E. S. CameAon, woi moAAizd tki& a^tztnoon to blattzA G. WoAneA, TAza&uAeA oi Tlich- 

tand County. About 10 cZoit ^Alzndi, and AeZatlvz& attzndzd thz ceAzmony. 

»««,»»»««* ^p^j^ j7^ J9J3 

Thz moAfuxigz o^ Mc44 Anniz ^ozdzA and Ha. Otto Mzdemaid, 3a., waj> lolemnizzd by 
Rev. A. CfiabovoikA. at thz GzAman Ev. ChuAch on SatiiAday zvejung. Thz young pzoptz 
oajz wztt known, having AeMi.dzd nzoA HankLmon 6-Lncz ckitdhood. 

Thz bAidz li a daughtzA oi Ha. and Hu. TAzd RozdzA and li dz&zAvzdZy popuZax 
among hzA toAgz zlAcZz oi acquaZntanczi> . Thz gfuoom Zi an ZndiistALous young man, ion 
0^ Ha. and Hu. Wm. Hzdenwatdt, Kz^ldZng nohth o^ town. 

Thz young couple vuJil make thzlA home -in Hanklmon. 

********** Hay 1, 1913 

Thz AzpoAtzd moAAlagz oi a Hankin&on fau4-ate44 man thii wzzk 6zzm6 to havz 
bzzn gA06ily zxa.ggeAatzd. 

HI&6 ChAiktina Roth and Ha. HaAtin Rex-chitzld wzAz moAAczd at St. Thitip'i 

ChuAch ye^teAday mofining. Rev. Fa. Eublk peAiofuning thz ceAemony. ThzlA ^Aizndi 

zxtznd congAatulationi and bz&t wcAfiea. 

t******** * 

Among thz moAAcagz ticzniz& l&6uzd tha> wzek by Judgz Van AAnam weAz thz ^olZoui- 
Ing: HeAhzAt A. JoacobJ, and Ha,6 Hafiy K. SchlzneA, both o^ HantadoA; John R. SchzlleA 
and KaXhzAinz Gottihlzd, both oi Hankln&on. 

t********* HAY S, 1913 

Hli>i> CathzAinz Gott^Aizd and Ha. John R. ScheJUeA weAz maHAczd at St. ThcUlp's 

ChuAch Taz&day moAning, Rev. ?A. BubiLk peA^onmlng thz ceAemony. Thz bAidz -U a weZl 

known young lady o^ ouA city and thz gfwom a pA06peAoul> ^oAmzA o^ GAzzndalz. ThelA 

ifu.end& join In extending congAotuZatlons and bz&t wl&hz^. 

«»,«««**«« Hay 15, 1913 

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A nuxAAia.gz Liczniz W(i6 Z&Auzd tkiii wzzk to EmiZ G. UcxAxiuafult oi Tznyizy, MM., and 
McA4 Erma. Wzln^zJidt oi StiJLeJ>. 

********** Hay 15, 1973 

Jo6. Vandz and Wc64 Emma hlovack weAe uriite.d Zn manAAJigz. at BZkizton Taudaij, thz . 
czAvnony beting iotiowzd by a bZg uJzdxUng at tkz komz o{ thz bAldz'6 poAzntl,, Ma., and 
Hu. Tnank Novack. 

Thz moAAlagz /o-cni two oi thz bzit known ^amltLeJ> o^ thz countAy 6outh o{i ouA city, 
and thz contAacting poAtZzi oajz bZz&6zd uacth a toAgz cIajcZz oi wajvm ^AZznd6 who joZn In 
zxtznding congAotuZatioru and bz&t Mll>hz6. 

********** May 29, 7913 

RzinhoAt 0. EZadow and Hu& LauAa 0. Hzzich wzajz mxAJiizd by Judgz VanAAnam at 
Wahpz^i^n on Taz&day. Both aAz wzJUi knovon young pzoptz and havz thz congAotuZationi, 
and bz&t uo-a>hzi> o^ a ZaAgz caJvcJLz oi ^Aiznd&. 

********** May 29, 7973 

AnothzA big wzdding woi czZzbAatzd at MantadoA TueJ>day whzn Rev. Fa.. Sirnonl joZnzd 
-in moAfUagz IUJ>6 UaJuj SchZzneA and Ha. HubzAt Jacob6. Thz czAzjnony wai> pzAlohmzd at 
St. VzteA 6 ?auZ'^ ChuAch and wai, ioU-owzd by a big Azczptlon at thz homz o^ thz bAldz'i 
mothzA, Wu. F. E. SchZznzA. 

Tkilt maAfUagz UKctzi two o^ thz bz&t known ^ainCLizi> o^ thz nzlghboAhood, and thz 

young pzoptz havz thz congAatuLatLoni and bzlit wUhzi o^ hundAzds o^ ^Aizndd who havz 

known thzm 6Znc.z cKlidhood. 

********** jy^^ 5^ J9J3 

Ua. Joe Mzyzu and Ulii IkiAtha GAo&i>kAzutz wzAz moAAlzd by Rev. A. GAabowikl at 

thz pafUtonagz ThuAiday zvznlng. Thz young couptz havz a hat o^ ^Alzndi and aZt aAz 

plzjuzd to zxtznd bz&t wi^hzi. 

********** June 5, 7973 

WALLMAW - MILBRAWtTT 
Thi& moAnlng at 10 AM, at: thz Zimamizt Ev. ChuAch, Rev. A. GAabowAkl pAonounczd 
thz woAds that jolnzd in majiAiagz Mtii hioAtha Watbnan and M^. HznAy HUbAondt. Thz 
czAzmony wai pzAioAmzd in thz pAzizncz o^ a toAgz numbzA o^ ^Aiznd& o^ thz corvtAacting 
poAtizii, and at iti concZa&ion thz guzit& Azpanlzd to thz homz o^ thz bAidz'i paAznt& 
4>outh 0^ town, whzAz a big wzdding poAtij ii now in pAogAziS. Thz bAidz i& a daaghtzA 
OiJ Ma. and Ma6. CoaZ IflaLbnan and thz gAoom a &on o^ Mt. and Mas. HzAman MilbAondt. 
Both havz Aziidzd in Zicktand County att thzifi livz6 and oAz widzZy known. Thzy wiZZ 
occupy thz HzAman liitbAandt ioAjm, ai> 6oon a& thz ^inz new homz o^ thz tattzA i6 comp- 
Iztzd in Hankxnion. ********** j^^ j2, 7973 



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M^4 TngtboA.g Hojum, who hai been a. memfceA Oi$ thz E. HungzA hoa&zkotd molt o^ the. 
tJinz 4-crtce ihz cuoUvzci A.n tlrJj, zotxrvOiy dzpafutdd ^londay night {^ofi heA home, -en Norway, 
HzA. VAJ^it to the. old coantAy wca ha&teyizd by thz sodden death o( heA ^cutheA which occvJUied 
fLe.cejfitZy . Hi&.& Hanim -c6 a. niecz ojj hiA.6. HangeA. and wUiZ fieXuAn htfiz bz^oAz the. opening 
oi the. next ichoot yejxA, 

********** uay 19, 1910 

SUICWE 

RobeAt LittZt, &on ojj UK, and M/la. F/uinfe Litttz o^ WyndmeAe. comrrUXted 6uJ.CA.dz at 
KUmaAck la&t wzzk. Thz body wai 4,kippzd to WyndmzAZ £oA buAlaZ, Thz ^oiZowlng diipatch 
teZU thz itofiy OjJ thz a^^OAA.: 

EcimoAcfe, WP., May 23Kd Leaving a notz that fee couZd not tivz uxithout thz gVtZ 

uUXh whom hz had bzzn kzzplng company and who had thAown him down HobeAt Litttz, 27 yeoAi, 
otd, AztuAnzd Sunday mo fining {^fiom a dancz, izcuAzd a &hot gun and coimuXtzd 6UA.ci.dz by 
putting a hotz thtough hit, tz^t zyz. 

Thz dzzd was commlttzd about 6i30 accoAdlng to a itatzmznt o^ phyilcland but thz 
body wai> not dl&coveAzd untlt about 1 o'cZock. , An Inqaz&t hzZd thii moAnlng Ketwinzd thz 
veAdlt 0^ iUA.CA.dz In thz mannzA abovz Atatzd, 



«««»»«»»»» 



AdoZph MzyeA, a weJU. known ^oAmeA, dlzd at hit, homz In Hinnz&ota .Towmhip Za6t 
SatuAjday moAnlng of^ typhoid ^zvZA^ 

Vzcza&zd wai, boAn Tzb. I9th\ 18S4, at Uountain Lakz, MM., and ipznt hAJ) boyhood 
thzAZ, locating In South Dakota Zn 1S97. He woa moAAZzd MoAch 20ih, 1901 , to Anna Wzln- 
kau^. Thz widow and a two yzoA old child AuAvlvz hun. 

He Mm a man o^ {,lnz phyilquz and In thz bz&t oi health until itAlckzn with typhoid, 
but thz dliea&z Aapldly undeAmlnzd hi& con&tltutlon untlZ thz GAlm HzapeA claJjnzd him. An 
Unclz, Uantin HzyeA, dted at thz hoipltal only a ^zm wezki ago and anothzA Unclz, HznAy 
UzyzA, Uvzi In thz iamz neighborhood, 

Vzczadzd was highly AzgoAdzd and hU, death i6 mowinzd by a loAgz clAclz oi ^Alznd6, 
Thz ^unzAol wai, held Tuesday a^teAnoon, 6eAvlcz6 bZAJig conducted at St. VauZ'i Ev. ChuAch 
In Hinnz&ota Township, A pAoceiilon o^ oveA ^Z^ty team& ^olZowzd thz heoASZ to thz Cem- 
etzAy, Tho6z who come {^Aom a^oA to attznd thz iunenaZ WZAZ Otto itJeZnkau^ o^ ScAanton, NV,, 
and FAzd GAl^^kz o^ Cottonuood, thz latteA Uas, UzyeA*i Coailn, 

BeJildzi thz widow and child, dzceaszd l& AUAvlvzd.by his poAents, Ua. and Has, M. J, 
UzyzA, louA urmoAAlzd bAothzAS and thAzz il^teAS, onz OjJ whom Is thz lotije 0(J LouZs KuttzA. 

Thz iamlly oi thz dzceaszd dzslAZS thAough Thz HEWS to zxpAzSA thanks to thz nzlgh- 

boAS and ^Aiznds ^oA thz many acts oi klndne^l ihown dwUng thz ilcknzSA and following thz 

death o{, thelA lovzd onz. 

»»»»»»«*«» jj^g^ 2, 1910 

OuA community was &hockzd last Wzdnzsday whzn thz AzpoAt comz ojj thz death o^ a 
weM known Ae&ldznt, Uas\ Joz SchilleA, who dtzd luddznly, Uas , SchlZleA had bzzn In pooA 
health ^oa 6omz -tone but was not thought to bz In dangeA. She was a woman zstzemed by 

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aJLt hzA. neJ-ghbou, uiho uxUZ m^4 heM., Shz tzavzi a hii&band, who -Li .in bm-in^i hzfid, and 
40116 and dcLugftteA^ to mouAn thz Zo66 o^ a dzoA HttiJe and mothzfi. The. jJuneAoZ uxi6 hzZd TfU.- 
day at thz Ht. Joitph CfiuAc/i. 



««««««»»»« 



The. thA.ee. yeoA old &on o^ Ua. and Uai,. AlbeAt HUUieA die.d Za&t wzek {^Aom the. At&att 
ojj poZlion, Ua, HUZeA &oake.d iomz coAn in oA&enic and thz tiXtZz boy got 6omz ojj Zt, 
Hz uKLi taken v-ioZentZy iZZ and Va, VuA.kze woi summoned and did eveAythZng poUtibZz to &a\iz 
the. boy, bat hilt z^^oAti weAz o^ no avaXZ a6 tkz poZion had donz Lti> dzadZy wonk and thz 
chiZd died a^tzn. ZingzAing about 14 hooAi . Thz paAznte, havz thz sympathy o^ aZZ -en thz 
iod a^^aiM.. Thz body mkls shipped to thz oZd homz -In W-i&con&in ^OA buAixzZ. 

A itAangzA wai ^ound Zy-ing nzoA thz oZd 6taAch. ^actoAy Monday moAning and woi takzn 
-in dhoAgz by HaAihaZ Odznbach, Va, Young tocw summoned and £ound thz man iu{,^zAing ^Aom 
hzoAt tAouhZz -in an advanced ^oAm, Tempo AoAy AeLie-i twxi a^^oAdzd h-Cm and fie waa takzn to 
thz BAzckzn/Udgz Hoi p-itaZ Monday rUjght. uihzAZ hz died thz ^oZZovoing ^oAznoon, 

Hz gavz hii> namz ai fAank CoAdAay and itatzd that hz had a uU-^z and iamlZy at V-ick- 
zni, I A, but did not ul&h them notJ.f,-izd a6 hz zvZdzntZy had &zpaAatzd ^Aom h^U wijje. He 
uja& about 45 yeoAi o^ age,' waj, ^alfiZy wzZZ dnz&izd and had &zveAaZ doZZoAi Zn hZd pocket 
uihzn lound, 

Thz youngz&t chiZd o^ Ha. and Ua&, Wm. KoppeZman dizd on Sunday, agzd about 

■hitn linn t, I tllt4**4t**4t* 

*^° ^^^' Junz 9, 19W 

Onz oi thz tuiin bab-izi o^ Ha, and Maa. John GZandzA, boAn about a month ago, paired 
away Za&t uizzk a^tzA a ihoAt -UZnziA. Thz iunenaZ m-i heZd FAiday. 

********** janz 16, 1910 

Ha&, a. T. HoZman dJ.zd at fUnnzapoZJj, Za£t week a^tzA a Zong -iZZnzi-i. Vzcea&zd 
woi undzA tAzatmznt by Va, Spottiwood at thz ho6p-U.aZ ^OA 6omz time and undeAWZnt tUJO 
opeAxvtiom, but thz aiZmznt wa& 6uch that hex ZZ^z couJLd onZy bz pAoZongzd, a cuAZ being 
-impo.&.i,-ibZz. Mt. HoZman woa (Jo/i a Zong tZmz empZoyzd a& bookkzzpzA at thz ho&p-itaZ, 

M^ . Wm. Schuztt woi caZZzd to HoAicon, WJ,, Za6t wzzk by a mz66agz announc-ing thz 
death 0(J hzn. ^otheA who pa&-&zd avoay at thz Aipz oZd age o^ S4. HAi , A. KobzZt o^ KiantadoA 
anothzA daughtzA, accompanizd MAi, Schuett to thz ^uneAoZ. 

KdoZph VuzAA, aged 16, whoiz poAznti ZZvz neoA LidgeAwood, wa& dAownzd Zn St, John'6 
Lake nexiA CoZZzgzv-iU.iL, MN., uihCtz AmmmZng, Hz wa& attzndZng thz CathoZZc CoZZzgz at 
CoZZzgzv-LiZz and zxpzctzd to AztuAn homz Zn a ijew dayi>. 



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ENVEV mS OWN LIFE 

kttvnptzd VoabZe. Uiindzn. Thzn CominUttQ.d SuJ.cJ.de. 

Chan, WoA.mA, ^oAjmAZy o^ GfizoJt Bznd, attzmptzd to fU£Z hit, lofmzfi lecije (ind hzA. 
hu6ba.nd at Hinmapoti& Zcat ThuA&dmf, and {lOitLng Zn hii zndojvoofi, dnjxnk coAbotic acJd 
ujh^tz on hJj> way to tht po-U.cz ^tatJon and dlzd uJMUn a {ew minatu . 

Thz WofLMAl> Iz^t Gfiejxt Bznd a cowptz oi yzoJU, ago and ioK a tunz hz uJOi a guoAd 
at thz pznJtZYVtiafm at Bl&maAck. HZi hzavy dAlnking ^ZnaZZy cau6zd hZi, uii^z to 6ZCuA.z a 
divoA.cz and ihz movzd to HlnnzapoLL6, u)hzn.z 4>kz voai majinZzd -en JanaoAy to W, J. ICLng, who 
fiad bzzn a boafidzn. whzn thz ^curUZy Kz^Zdzd out EZimoAck. WofinzA had madz ^fizqazt tknzats 
again&t thz coaplz and thz ^olZowZng dl& patch {^nom ULnnzapotiii tztt& how hz attzmptzd to 
coMjj oat hJ& tkfizjitk'y 

HinnzapotU, June Vth.,.,On Chai. W, WoKnzn.'^ dzad body today wai ^oand tku tzttzfi, 

datzd June 13th, add/iz&izd to hu bfvothzn., Wm. WoAnzA, Abzfidzzn, SO. 

"Vtan. BAjothzA: T am goZng to kJJit KJng Z^ I can and dia^ZguAz my iofmzn. tocije ion. 

tciz. I havz £zt June IBtJi a& thz datz, I)J T should accZdzntalZy kJZi Mw. tUng you takz 

coAZ OjJ thz duZdfLZn. Goodbyz." 

"ChoAZzi . " 

ChaAZz& W. bloxnzA o^ GAzat Bend, WP., commlttzd ■iuu.cJ.dz by dnJnkZng catibotic acJd 
Thuuday rJjght a^tzn. maiu.Y\Q a muAdzAoii& a&iuZt upon W. J. tCing, o^ 2810 TaytoK St. HE, 
thz huiband o^ kU ioftmzfi wZ^z. It appzoAM hz Zntzndzd to kJJLt tCing, di&iZguAZ on. man.-' 
dzn. Unj,, tCLng, and thzn full hJjn&eZi. 

Hn.i. tUng, ionmznJiy Mw . Wonnzn, obtalnzd a dlvoAcz inom Wonnzn and Zoit Janaany 
mannJzd King. Wonnzn. want to thz fUng homz ihonjtZy a^tzn. 9 PM. He wait appnoachZng thz 
£nont doon. whzn Mw . ICing &tzppzd oat, odkzd hJj, boiZntdi thznz and iuirmonzd hzn. huiband 
ij-tom thz bann, back o^ thz hooiz. 

Aa King appnoachzd Won.nzn dnzw a nzMotvzn. and tzvztzd Jit at YJy\%, "Von't move," hz 
ondznzd, "I am going to kJJUi yoa both." 

WoKnzA waa wlthJn ^Ivz ^zzt o^ KJing. Hz Zzapzd at thz hand that hzLd thz gan, 6zizzd 
Won.nzfi'A anm, wnznchzd away thz wzapon and hanZzd It to thz gna&6 . 

JiobzAt McAtcnn, living with thz K-lng^,, mku nzanbu. ^^ na&hzd to thz ai&Zitancz 0(J King, 
Thz two mzn hzZd Wonnzn, wfu£e Mw. King tzZzphonzd thz zoit &ldz poUcz itatlon. 

Whzn thz patnoJbnan annlvzd hz plckzd ap thz gan and 6tantzd with hU pnlionzn to thz 
patnvl box. Within 50 ^zzt o^ thz cjonnzn Wonnzn took a vlxU. oi add ^nom hJj, vz&t pockzt 
placed thz bottlz to hJi Upi and dnank thz contznti whlZz thz o^lceA wad anglng a tagging 
CJiowd to get back. Hz tannzd, bat too latz. Hz da6hzd thz bottlz inom thz man'i> hand ja&t 
a& hz ieZl to thz 6tn.zzt ancomcZoaii . Thz patnol wagon nu&hzd Wonjizn to thz cJty hospital 
bat hz dizd ^Ivz mlnatzi a^tzn a/inJval. 

"T a&zd to boaAd with Wonnzn.," iold King today. "lfJU> . Won.neA obtained a divon.cz ion 
dzizntlon. AiteAwatdi I mannJzd Ma4 . Wonnzn. I had wannzd Wonnzn to 4,tay away inom thz 
hooiz. Thnzz wzeJii ago hz pai^,zd bat did not itop." 



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HizAman WoKneA o{, GKzcut Bend and W. V. Wo/meA o^ kbzudzzn, bAotheAi o^ thz deceoierf, 
weni to HinneapotU on IzaAnlng o^ the. t/iagzdy. Thuj made. oAAangemznti ^OK thz buJujxt OjJ 
tkz AmoA-iu thzAe. and havz fiztu/Lmd to thelfi homzi . 



********** jt,„e 23, 1910 

The. death oi M^4 Clajm. KZawltteA occuM.e.d lai>t ujzejz at the home, o^ hex Uncle E. A. 
KZoMitteA, In SfUghXwood. Typhoid ^even. uxlth hean.t comptLcatZon& woi the caa&z o^ death. 
Peceoied wa4 the. eldt&t daughteA o^ M/i. and MA4. Ffied Wmcttefi, {^o/imeAly oi HanlUmon, 
and wa6 bo/in heAZ 14 yeau ago. The ^aneAoZ woa heZd TfUday. 

»«»»«»»»»« j^^^ 23, 1910 

The. tUtlz cKUd oi Wi. and Ufu. ktbzAt LoKznz, eight day& old, died Sunday. The 
ianeAol wai heZd Tuesday, Rev. J. P. KtauileA conducting the 6eAvlczi>. The pafientt, have 
thz sympathy oi aZl in thz lo^,A oi theMi tittle one. 

Thz fiepoKt oi liiM& CloAxi KlawltteA.'^, death pubtUhed lait week pAovz& to havz bzzn 

ghjo&ily zxaggeAoted. Qua Inionmant wai, Wm. KZauiitteA, a bKothzA, and voz luppoied theAZ 

wKLi no quz&tion oi Iti, accanacy. A6 a matteA oi iact thz young lady l& ativz and In good 

health oi ioA a& wz knovo. 

********** j^^^ 3^^ jgj^ 

Thz tittZz 6on oi Ha. and Mw, Vaal W-ctCe dJ.eji Tuz&day moAnlng, agz 10 iozek6. The 
child wa& a weakLing ihom blfith and despite thz mo&t loving cote pa&izd auay aitzA a bfvizi 
tiiz oi iuiizAing. Thz poAznti, havz thz sympathy oi aZl In thelA beAeavemznt. The iunznal 
li being hzld today. 

********** July 7, 1910 

Old ^z&ldznti oi thlj> vicinity villi AejgAet thz death oi RobzAt G. Kylz at St. BoAn- 
abai Hospital In Hinneapoll6 on Tuesday oi thJj, vozzk, Vzceaizd wa6 iofi 6zveAal yeafii a 
Az&ldznt oi Hanklnion, bzlng thz ilAit G. W. and aitznwoAd Soo agznt hzAZ. LatzA hz wai 
out oi thz KoHway &zAvlce iofi a time but ioA thz poit ilitzzn yeoAi ha6 bzzn a Soo conduct- 
or, Az&ldlng at 2647 TayloA StAzet.N.E., Hinnzapoll6 . He wa6 45 yzaA6 old and li tuAvlvzd 
by a wliz, two daaghteAi and thAzz iom. Thz iunznal wltt bz heZd In Hinneapotii tomofiAow. 

********** j^ ,4^ jgj^ 

A izn&atlon w<l5 caa&zd at Sl66eton thli week whzn new* apfiead that a laboAZA, mangled 
and blzzding, had bzzn iound In an unconicloui &tatz In a ihanty In thz centzA oi town. Thz 
man wai, Lukz Diamond, about 30 yzoAi old, who hoi bzzn wofiklng at odd job6 thz la&t iew 
monthi. Hz wai, iofmoAZy a membzn. oi thz U.S. Navy and madz a tnlp oAound thz wonZd with 
AdmlKol Evam. Hz ha& not ftzgalnzd con6cloui,nei6 and wlZl not recoveA. SzveAoZ peAioni, 
weAZ In thz ihack wheAe Diamond wai iound, eoAlleA In thz zvznlng, and all had bzzn d/ilnklng. 

********** j^ j^^ jgj^ 

Thz llttlz ion oi Edui. Loll, aged iouA yzoAi, poiizd away and wai laid at KZit In 
thz GAzat Bend CemeteAy. Thz cauiz oi hli death wai blood polionlng ifiom itzpplng on a 
AJUity nail. Ma.. Loll hai thz iympathy oi all In thz loii oi hli llltlz ion. Thz llttlz 

boy wai laid bzildz hli mothzfi who died Azczntly, Rev. OzdzA conductzd thz iunznal iZAvlczi. 

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The. baby daaghtzA o^ M/i. and fiu . John GlandeA dZzd Sunday and wa6 buAlzd Tuuday 
a^teAnoon. Thz babe, wai om OjJ thz tuu.n6 boA.n a (Jew monXki ago, the. otheA having dizd 

KILLED HERSELF 
FoAffieAa '4 WZ{^z Cormiti, Svuiclde. WhJZz VeAxingzd 
Hu. fKed KugtLn, motheA ojj a loAgz ^airuLb/ and vU^e. o^ a phcmlnejit ^oAmeA ti\}A.ng 
thizz nUZzi thli iZde. 0^ FaAjmoant, committed lalcJide ye£teAday In a 6en&atlonaZ manneA. 
foK 4ome tAjtm heA mind hxu, bzzn af^f^zctzd iZlghtiij biit no gfieaX impoKtancz woi attacked 
to the. matteA as £ht aiwayi appejxAzd qcui^t and not ZncLLnz to hxvm heA&el^ on. otheAi. 

Yz&teAday mofinZng, whAjiz aZonz, ihz izeiningly lo&t alZ zontAot oi hzA &znbeM and 
auoAJUng an oppoAtunz tanz seized a ihot gan and pZacing thz banAzt bznzaih heA chin 
managzd to puZZ thz t/UggzA, bZouU-ng hzA hzaud Znto an unAzcognizabte. man and heA iouZ 
Znto tteAnZty. 

HeoAlng thz izpoAt, mejnbzA& oi thz iamlZi! fm&hzd to heA iZdz bat dzath uooi Znstant- 
aneoiu,, Thz CofionzA, M. U. l\)Zfis> oi AbzAcAombZz, wai, £uimonzd and mZt hoZd an Zyiqazit 
oveA thz body iomztimz thi& ^ofiznoon although onz 16 not thought nzczt,i>aAjj . 

»««»»«»««» jj^ 21, I9I0 

Tfu.endi> o^ thz A. E, SheAtcn iajrUZy viZAz shocked to ZeoAn oi thz dzath oi Maa. ShzA- 
tin at GZzmood, Monday moKnlng, ComptLcjvUom ioiZoujZng chiZdblfuth weAZ thz camz oi hzfi 
arvUmeJZy dzath. Thz iairUZy Zzit heAZ about tjoo months ago, Wi. SheAtin'i occupation a& a 
Soo ilAeman mafUng IX nzcz&^aAy. VuA>ing thzlA fiziZdzncz In HanfUmon thz iamlZy gainzd thz 
AZipzct and z&tzem oi aZZ and thz sympathy oi thz zntlAZ community gozi> out to thz bzAzavzd 
huiband. Thz iunznaZ. woa held Wzdnz&day at AZzxandAla, thz homz oi thz dzczoizd pfUon. to 
heA moAAAAgz. 



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A 4>ad accAjdznt bzieZZ thz Infant ion oi Hn., and M/l4. H. 0. SkatzboZ yziteAday ionz- 
noon, AZiuZtlng In thz Zttttz onz'6 dzath. Whzn thz poAznti oAO&z In thz molnZng thz tittZz 
onz, about two mon;th& ' old, ujai Zzit a&Zzzp on thz bzd a& uiuaZ. Thz mothzA went thz thz 
dooA AZVznoZ tlmzi duAlng thz moAnlng, but as thzAZ woi no iound thought thz babz waj, a&lzzp. 
KbouZ tzn o'cZock ihz went to thz bzdbldz, onZy to ilnd that thz child had nolZzd inom thz ■. 
bzd Inio a basket oi cZothzi at thz ildz and had &uiiocatzd. MzdlcaZ aid woi iummonzd but 
thz IZttlz onz was bzyond human aZd. 

Thz beAzavzd paAZKti havz thz sympathy oi aZZ In thz untlmeZy dzath oi thzlA only 
child. Thz iunzAoZ wUZ bz heZd thii> aitzfinoon at thz GeAman LutheAan ChuAch. Reu. KZa.ui- 
ZzA wlZl conduct thz iZAvlczi. 

Thz Iniant child oi Ua. and Uu. Wm. KnjuzgzA dizd Wzdnz&day moAnlng, Thz bzAzavzd 

poAzntA havz thz 6ympa^y oi aZZ. 

********** j^£y 2S, 1910 

knothzn. Zichland County plonzzA wa& caZZzd to thz GAzat Bzyond SatuAday moKnZng. 
when HfiM. John KlawltteA oi EzZioAd deed, Intz&tlonaZ ob&tAsxcjtlon, with a &yi>tem weak- 

C49) 



ened by advanczd age, ujcu> the. cou^e Oj{ dojvtk. 

Peceoaed woi fcoAn Zn O^^owo, WeA^ PAtt44-ca, ^n 7 833, and woi mcuoUzd June 24^, IS5S, 
-Co John KZamXtdA, who iuAVA.vti hcA. Thzy ejnLgnjcutzd to the. United States -en IS7J, aAA^v^ng 
^ St. ?auZ on June 4ifc o^ that yejoJi. TheA.e. thejj. fiej>lde.d antiZ kpnJUi ojj Ml%, wfien tkejj 
camz to ZicSiZand County, Zocauting on the fiomeiiead 4^x nUZe£ noKthvoe^t OjJ Hanfe^naon, wheAz 
thzy -tei/cded ){oA. mo^e than 32 yeMAJ, . Eight chitdfien weAZ bofin, ^ouA 0(J wfiom oAe £^u-tng... 
F/ted, wfio^e fiome -U In foAgo, and Emit, Cha&, and EA.ne/>t, who AeAlde In tkii, vicinity. Foot 
cKULdJizn, thn.ee glnJU and a boy, dltd In thz old coant/iy. Vece^i&ed mkw 76 yeau , 7 7 monthit 
and 72 day6 o^ age and tivzd to iee heA. &on& gxown and 6tttJied an.ou.nd hex. 

The ianeAoJi woi, heZd Monday at St. JOhn'^t ChuAch In Bel^oAd o^ which deceai>e.d was a 
devout membeA ^OA many yejvu>. Rev. HlZgendoA^ conducted the. 6eAvlceJi and InteAment wai made 
Zn the. BeZ^ond CemeteAy. 

The. 6oni dzilftz to expA.e64 theln. thanki, thvough the. coZumm o^ The WEWS, to the. 
jj/tcendi who a&&l6ted duAlng heA ZoMt IZZneii and ^otiowlng thz dzath oi thelA beZoved mothzn. 

********** j^ 2«, 7970 

Thz dzath o^ Nick PohZ occsiAfizd Tfu.day, JuZy 15th, ^nom appzndlcltZi , ^Kom which hz 

6u^^eAzd onZy a ^ew day6. Hz wai> takzn to BKZckznnyidgz whAz hz KapldZy gxeui woA&z and dlzd 

bz^oAZ an opzAotlon couZd bz pzAf^onmzd. Thz fiemalm wzfiz ihZppzd to Whitz Rock SatuAday 

and thz dunzfuxZ wa& heZd Monday o^ Zoit week. Wi. PohZ woi a weZZ to do lafmeA tivlng In 

thz vlcZnZty o^ VeAnon, and ja&t gzttlng In &hapz to znjoy LL^z when hz wai, 6tAlckzn. Hz 

wa& about 4S yzau o^ age and leavzi a wl^z and two chZZdxzn, 

********** j^ 2S, 7970 

HANGEV HIMSELF 
Boy OjJ 77 Commlttzd Sulcldz at Ef^^lngton 
Hznfiy SchnzldeAzlt, 7 7 yzoAi o{^ agz, who wai empZoyzd ai, a ^oAmhand on thz Anton 
CojJiJa ^oAm nzoA Ef^^lngton, woi {^ound dead Tuesday In thz baxn. Hz had bzzn iZzeplng In 
thz boAn and wai ^ound hanging ^Aom a na^tzA. Thz Aopz wai tuii&tzd izvzAoZ timzt, about 
hZi nzck, caa&lng itAanguZatlon. 

HI& motheA, Ha&. Otto GZzAup, and two iZ&tzti tlvz In SZi&eXon. Ho caa&z Zi known 
ioA hii act. ********** Aagu&t 4, 7970 

kYvotheA ZichZand County pZonzeA dlzd Za&t wzzk, and In thz poiilng away o{, C. M. 
John&on 0|{ Vwlght, thz county ZoiZi one who wai a pfiomlnznt {^IguAZ In thz dzveZopmznt o{, 
thZi izctlon. Hn.. Johmon located at Vwlght way back In thz '70i and g/LCW wzaZthy thtough 
hZi AzaZ Zitatz and builnz&i Invz&tmznti . Hz wai a vetzAan o^ thz ClvlZ WoA and ieAvzd a 
teAm In thz Statz LegliZatuAz. Hz wai aZio a deZzgatz to thz Rzpubtican hlatlonaZ Convzntlon 
0^ 7902, Hli wl{tZ dlzd thAZZ OA iouA yeoAi ago and ilncz that tunz hz hai {^alZzd KapldZy, 
having bzzn undzn. tAzatmznt at a MZnnzapoZii HoipltaZ ^on. izvzAoZ monthi pnZofi to hii death, 

********** Auguit 4, 1910 



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PECULIAR ACCWENT 

One. 0(5 thz moit pzcuJUjivi ac(Udzntal dejcutlu that hcu, occuJOizd Zn 6ome. -time ha.ppzmd 
neoA TZntak ThuK&daij zve.ru.ng. T. 8. GAam and ^anUZy we/ie In the hay ^ZeZd whzn a thiindeA 
itofm camz up at about ieven o'cZock -en the evening and theij ^taxted {,0K thz hoa6Z. 

Wt.. G^iam UXL6 In thz voagon &exxt and hli w-ci{e woi standing behind him uxith hex handi 
nezting on hii, &houZdeA6. A& they weAz on the way to thz hoa&z a boit oi Lightning ^tmick 
W/i. Gfum kJJULing him ^mtantty and itunyiing the team which he uxn, dAA.vZng, but (Au , Gfuxm 
nzven. ieZt a ^hock, noA. did thz zhltdKen who woJiz a ihoJit di&ta.ncz i>wm thz wagon. 

Thz JUghtning appeaxzd to ^tJukz Ufi. Gmm back o^ thz zoa, dzicending thAough hi6 
body and icofichzd hi& bfiea&t on thz Ax.ght 4-aie and buAnlng thz Zimb to thz ioot. It appzoA- 
zd to texLvz him and it/Ukz thz hoA.izl, and then wznt to thz gfwand. 

Thz ^act that Lightning could ImtantZy ftiJU a peJUon and onz who wa^ in actual con- 
tach with him not ^eeZ the 6lightz6t &hock ^eemi aZmo^t beyond bztizi, yet it It, tAuz, {,ofi 
UfU>. Gfum ieZt not thz &tightz6t Ahock ^Jiorn thz eZect/Uc {fluid which woi 6o cZo6Z. 

Thz dzcea&ed wai> about ii^ty yexvii o^ agz and buidz& a wi^z hz Izavzi {ouA childxzn 
to mouKn hid iad tahing aiMty. 

t********* Auga6t 4, 1910 

A VOUBLE TRAGEW 
MuAde/i and Suicidz i.n ?i.ztd Weot BAZckznAidgz 

VetaiZii wznz A-zcetvzd heAz yz&teAxiay o^ a mufidzn. and &aicidz ^ive miZzi> ea&t oi 
ZfizckznAidgz la/>t Thtdajy. John JiAo-ck, a wealthy {ofimeji, wa.ii &hot by F. Tfimba, hii 
iZ&teA'& hu6band, and TAamba thzn ihot him&zl^. 

JiAok wa& in thz iiztd hitching hii> feo-we* to a. bijidzfi whzn pistol ihoti Kang oat 
^Aom thz wzzdi bz&Zdz thz {ield and JiAak ieZl to thz gKound, JiAack'i hixzd man nmhzd 
Into tJiz houiz and telephoned to thz SheAli^. 

Whzn thz man wznt back to thz ileld hz {oand JiAxik dead and alio thz dead body o£ 
TAomba. Thz latteA had &hot Jifiak tm.cz in thz bfieait with a KZMotvzn. and not &atli>iied 
that thle> had killed him hz had almost blown thz head oU his victim with a choAgz dAom 
a ihot gun. Hz thzn blew hU own bnalvu, out with anotheA chaAgz {Aom thz ihot gun. 

Both mzn wzAZ Bohemian!,. TAemba moAfiizd JiAak'i llitzA 7 yeau ago. k^teA tome 
month& 0^ moAfilzd ti^z TAomba wa6 itAickzn with a izvzAZ attack 0({ tiheumatliim and wai, 
compellzd to go to thz hot ipAingi . He claimzd a^tzA hz camz back that hid wijje and bno- 
thzA had beaten him out o^ all hii, money and thzn kicked him out. Thzfiz wa^ quoAtellng 
betwzzn thz thAZZ ioA i>omz timz and thz doublz tAagzdy wai thz ^inal znding. 

»»»««*»*«* Auguit 11, 1910 

Olz f^ozn, onz o^ thz mo&t pAoipeAoui {anmzAi, in thl& izction o^ Uonth Dakota, was 
£ound hanging in hi& itablz at an eanly houA Friday moAnlng. He had tlzd a Aopz oAound 
hU nzck a^tzA attaching it to a Aa^tzA and jumpzd to hii death. 

Thz Mozn ^aAm li about midway betMZZn Walcott and ChAlitlnz. No caaiz can bz oiCA/- 
Ibzd. Hz li thz iatheA o{ a laAgz and well-to-do family. 

FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY* ******** Augtui IS, 1910 

35 NORTH WEST TEMPLE 

SALT LAKE CITY UTAH 84150 ^^^^ 1 0218738 



Pa^/Lccfe, thz thfitt yzoA old ion o^ Wi. and Ufu, . J. P. Stzphzm 0({ Wahpz^on, dizd 
loiStt weefe i>wm a.n oveA. do&z o^ bftxjmo izttzzfi. Thz ^cumiiy had aserf iho. djuxg In i,aintt 
qaantitizi (JoA. hzadachz ^OK itvoAjaJL yzafil, and, Zt 4eem4, had not known that it aj> a nxink 
poZ&on. ********** 

John R. Jonu KZdeAVzd a mu&aqz Sunday ^Kom hl6 daughtvi, llUi MaAgoAzt, announcz- 
Zng the. death o^ hoJi QKandmotheA, Wit,. 3at>, HairUZton, at Bo&ton, 

^ Veceoied had Been Zn {^oXLinQ heaJith {^OK 6omz time and /leczntty andtnwent an opeAxution 

but hzn. conditton woi too (Jeeb^e to wZth&tand the. ihock and death Ke&ulited. 

The HamiZton ^amiZy weJie pZoneeA A.e£Zdent& OjJ HanfUmon, the Zate 3amej> HamZZton 
havZng e/>tabZZ&hed the iZut ha/iduoofie iton.e Zn town on the hZte o{ the buZZdZng now undeA 
constfuLCtZon Zn the WZppeAman bZock. Laten. they KeXafined to theZx old home at BZue Eafith 
CZty, MM., wheKz Un. HamZtton dZed ie\}enaJi yea/L& ago. SZnce that time his, widow hoi 4>pent 
mo-it OjJ heA tZme Zn Bo&ton. Wi. Jonea Ze^t Sunday evenZng ^ofi BZue EoAth CZty to make 
oAAanQementi ^o/i the iunenaZ. 

********** AagoA^ IS, 1910 

John Shea, a pZoneeA ofi EZma and one o{i the weZZ known Shea bfiothenM, died Tuesday 
eve/iZng a^ten. an ZZtneM oi about thxee motithi, . HZ>e> death wa& the Az&utt 0(J Znj'uAZz& fiec- 
eZved by a ^aZZ ^Aom a haymow which A.e&uZted Zn poAtZaZ. paAaJLy&Zj> . Veceaied wot, a iZngte 
man and aJboixt 40 yexvu o^ age. The ^uneAoZ wZJit be heZd today, ieAvZce/, to be conducted 
by Rev. Tk. StudnZcka. 

********** SeptembeA 8, 1910 

"UncZe Joe" La V/iomboZie, an oZd IndZan &cout, who IZved neaA VebZe.n ^OA. ^oxty 
yeau, dZed af^teA an ZZZne&i of^ but a ^ew houu. LafKomboZie wai, ^ofi many yeoAi, an Ind- 
Zan i,cout and be^KZended the whZtzi, Zn the CZvZZ (iJoA. He ^ZguAed Zn the IndZan moMiacAz 
at SpZfUX. Lake, Ik., and Zn Hinnt&ota.. WhZZe the CZvZZ Woa wa6 nagZng, he wai known to 
have fieMCJued i>evenaZ men and wome.n (^Kom tofitiiAe at the handi o^ the TndZanii, He came to 
South Dakota Zn 1S67. He wa& boA.n Zn Canada Zn OctoboA oi 1831 , o^ Fxench and Indian 
pofientage and wa6 moAAZed Zn 1860 and hi6 uicije 4,uAvZveJi him. He wai> aJbiajyi known £oA. hii 
ittAZct honz&ty and wai, a staunch membeA o^ the JndZan congAegatZon. 

********** SeptembeA 8, 1910 

Tied Rockow, an otd ^ettZeA neon. UooAeton, died Sunday o^ Zn^ZAmZtZzi o^ old age. 
He Zi iuAvZyjed by a numbeA o^ chZZdAen who Live Zn the vZcZnZty. 

********** SeptembeA 11, 1910 

Grandpa BZegeZ paii4>ed away at hid home at MantadoA. Tuesday a{^teA an ZZZnUi, due to 
otd age. Vecea&ed wai about 70 yeau ol age and Zj> iuAvZved by two ioni, Joi . J. and fAank 
BZegeZ, who oAe Zn buiZneM at Uantadon. The ^uneAoZ wai heZd at the CathoZZc ChuAch Zn 
HantadoA. tkit, moxnZng, Rev. SZmon conductZng the ieAvZcei. 

********** SeptembeA 11, 1910 

WoKd reached heAe yeiteAday o^ the death oi Sam Abnahamion at Vouglai , fW. No patt- 
ZcuZoAi weAe gZven beyond die itatement that the fiemaZm wouZd be ihZpped to HankZmon 

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{^ofi buJujaZ at Vztnon. Thz bodUf ^cuZzd to oAnXve. on thii moA.yU.ng ' ■& t/uUn cu, zxpzctud. 
Vzcza&zd u)cu> {^ofmtnJUj In faa4-cne44 aX Vtfinon and mcu wzJU. knovan thfioughout thU, &zcJU.on, 
FoK a ihoAX. tunz. bz^oKt he. movzd to Voagta&, hz fiui.dzd Zn Hanklmon. 

»»»•««««»» SzptmbzA 22, 1910' 

VERNON 

PejOpZe. 0({ VeAnon wzAz Ahockzd to hzan. o^ thz dzjdth o^ Sam Afc-to/imson, o^ Vou.qZjai>, 
ND. M/L. Abnahamion woa thz iZut A.Z6X.dznt o^ thi& v/Magz, and it wai hz who gave it -iti 
namz, Hz came fteAe ihom a &maZt town in Wi/,coni>in, living hzAZ until a (Jew yzau ago, 
whzn hz diUpoizd o^ fU& pfiopzfutij and wznt to VoaglxUt. Thznz hz engaged in thz zzmznt 
6u4^ne44 . 

M/i. kbfiahaincon voai> in vzny good hzaZth on thz dmj o^ hti dzatk, which woi duz to a 
ialZ, Hz i^ iuAvivzd by tJifizz ioni, and tkfizz dojughtzA^, a li^tzA and a bxothzn.. Hz wai, 
likzd by all; hit, good natuAz made him izofiu o^ ^AA.znd& . We zxpAz&i ouA. sympathy to thz 
bzAzavzd onz6 in thz lo£6 o^ thzin. loving (^athzfi and bfwtkzA, 

««««»«»«» « Sep4tembe^ 29, 1910 

A IzttzA fLZCzivzd tkii wzzk by E. L. Kinnzy ^ftom Hi&t, CanAi.z Bachholz convzyzd thz 
6ad intzlZigzncz o^ thz dzath 0(J hzfi li^tz/i, Ui2,& Ida. Bachholz, at a lanitaMMm nzoA Van- 
coavzn., B. C, lait ThuA/,day, 

Thz Bachholz iititzu axz wzlZ. known to thz ZAKlby KZiidznts o^ Hanki.n6on, fli&t, CofuUz 

having bzzn zngagzd in thz milZinzfiy bai,inzi,.& hzAZ ioK &zvz>uiZ yzam, whilz hzn. i,ij>tzfi, 

noiM, oi whoiz dzath ii hzfiz givzn, taught school in thiJ> tizction, and ^oA. onz yzan. wa& a 

tzachzA. in thz Hankinion ichooli, Shz wa& a mzmbzA o^ thz Hankin&on camp 0(J Royal Nzigh- 

boAj> and caAAizd a $1 ,000 poli.cy on hzA. tif^z which ij> payablz to hzA. iZstzfi. ToA izvzfuil 

yzoAi ihz had madz a valiant flight again&t thz dAzad di&z/i6z and wai pathztlcally hzAoic. 

Bz&idzi thz iiMtz/L, who ha& bzzn hzA. comtant companion 4>incz chiZdhood, thzAz oKz tifio 

othzA iZitzAj, and a bAothzA, onz moAAtzd 6i&tZA bzing a xz&idznt OjJ VancoavzA and thz 

iZ&tZA and bAothzA Aziiding at CaLizlton, ND., whzAZ thz zntiAz family AZiidzd until thz 

dzath 0^ thz paAznti. Vzczoizd had many waAm ^Aizndi among thz zanly AzttZzAi in thii 

vi.ci.nitif, all o^ wfiom zxtznd sympathy to thz bzAzavzd onz. Thz ^anzAjol wa& hzld at 

VancoavzA. SatuAday. 

»»»»**««»» SzptmbzA 29, 1910 

Thz sympathy o^ thz zntiAZ itatz goz& out to thz ^amiZy o^ C. A, Johnion, Rzpublican 
nominzz ioA GovzAnoA, in thz gAzat a^^lictian that bz^zlt them whzn thziA. tittlz 3 yeoA old 
6 on wa6 acctdzntally buAnzd to dzath at Hinot lokt wzzk. 

********** OcXobdA 6, 1910 

A HOME BERIMED 
Loit ThuAMday moAntng at S AM, thz baby boy o^ Ua. and Ua6 . Ebbo Upkzi> o^ GKzzndaZz 
poMizd auoay a^tzA. an ilZnz&.& o^ iix wzzki. KAtznz, ai thz tittlz onz had bzzn chAiitznzd, 
woi 1 yzoA, 4 monifii and 22 dmj& old and compii.cation6 AZiolting ^Aom tzzthing cauizd hii 
dzath. 



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Thz limzAjul woa hzZd TfLiday altdAnoon, &qjvjIc(^ feeing conductzd by Rzv. C. S, 
Jokmon, and ZnteAmznt bzLng madz Zn thz GKzzndaiz CemeXzAy. 

Thz bz^zavzd {,ainUy havz thz ^ympcuthy oi aJLL In thzln. &oKn.ow. 

»»»»»»*»,, OctobzA 13, 7910 

Wi. and M^. Syvzht LafUion, Ku-idAjig nzan. l/eAnon, 4U({)5eAexf thz Zo64> o^ thzln. ^vz 
monthi old babz Monday night, bowzt tAoublz bzlng thz camz o^ thz LUttZz onz'4, dzath. 
Thz iunzAjoZ. li bzlng hzld today. 

********** Oc^facA 13, 1910 

Otto A. BozhZzn., a wzti known ZKzdzznnldQZ Kuldznt, {^ofmzfiZy oi GkzjvL Bend, pa&^zd 
aiMif at St. FftancAZ HoipZtaZ Satwiday moA.nlng ifwm compZlcatlom oAlilng ^Kom ovzn. wzlght. 
Ma. Bozktzfi wait weZt known going thKough thz Spanl&h AmzAlcan Woa with thz old membfu, o^ 
Company I. Thz membzu o^ thz company, ofi a& many at, couZd gzt away, attzndzd thz iunzAol 
Tiiziday and accompanlzd thz body on Iti jouAnzy to Itk tatt fiziting placz. 

********** Octobzn. 20, 1910 

"Bltly" RzliZy, a wzZt known n.zildznt o^ Gznzizo, commlXtzd 6ulcldz In thz county 
j'alZ at foAman Tnlday moaning by cutting hli tJuioat with a plzcz o^ gloMi, 6towZy btzzd- 
Ing to dzatJi jjAom thz woutd& aHilctzd. Hz wait ^ound by thz j'anltoK, and whltz itlti 
ativz wofi too ian. gonz ion. mzdlcaZ old to aHoxd KzXlzi. 

RzlZZy had bzzn In thz bilnd pig bu6lnz&6 at GznZ6Z0 ion. yzan^ and hid AZAvzd jalZ 
6zntzncz6 . SzvznaZ yzax& ago hz &pznt a good panX oi onz Aummzn. In thz Hanklmon Hospital 
undzn. tJizatrnznt ion. aUbnznti KZiultUng inxjm hzjavy dnlnklng. La6t wzzk hl& wliz obtalnzd 
a dlvon.cz and thli pAobably ha&tznzd hl& dztznmlnatlon to lulcldz. 

********** Octobzn. 27, 1910 

VEKTH OF HEmV BROWN 
knothzn. Richland County Plonzzn. Poised Auay 

Though not unzxpzctzd, thz new4 oi thz dzath oi HznAy J. Bn.own that pai>&zd invm onz 
to anothzn. oi oun. pzopZz Zai,t SatuAday moAnlng ca&t a gloom ovzn. thz zntOiz community, Hz 
had bzzn a iuHzJiz/i injom asthma, ion. ovzn. 10 yzaju,, but untLt a couptz oi wzzk& ago wa6 In 
ha, u&aat hzalMi and abtz to bz about town. A &Zlght cold bnought on an acute attack oi 
thz allmznt and compllcatloni, ioZZowzd that AZiultzd In hit, demliz dunlv\Q Tnlday night. 

Vzczoizd wai, bon.n In Waukz&ha County, WT, on Szpt. 7th, 1B51 , and wa^ In hl& 60th 
yzoA. Thz Uondojj pnlon. to hit, dzath wot, thz 3Sth annlvzAta/iy oi hit moMlagz to M^4 
Etizabzth Haycnait, who &un.vlvzi, him. But onz child wai, bon.n to thz couplz, AAlhun. Bnown, 
now a wztl known ianmzA oi Elma Towniihlp. Thzy camz to Richland County on Uojj ISth, 1880, 
6zttllng nzan. Falfimount. SIk yzaA6 latzn. thzy located In Elma Townihlp and Kojnalnzd thzAz 
until &zvzn yzxuit, ago, whzn Wi. Bnown'i ialllng health madz It nzczM,aAy ion. him to AztOiz 
inom actlvz woKk and thz iajrlZy camz to Hankln&on whzAZ thzy havz ilncz KUldzd. 

Vzczjuzd wai, a man oi high chanactzn., n.zipzctzd by all and hll> abt,olutz Intzgnlty 
and qulzt dzmzanon. won ion. him thz inlzndthlp oi thz zntOiz community. Hz llvzd up to a 
t,tandaAd oi good cltlzzn6hlp and night living that will Izavz a lotting impAZition ioA good. 

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Tkt {^anannZ. woi httd t^onday moAZng cut 10 o'clock, 4CAu-cce4 fae^ng conducted cut the. 
CongfizgcutLonat Chuxch by Rev. John6on. The. CjcakeX wa6 coveAzd mJk be£LtJutL{^uZ {^lofuxJL o^£- 
eAAJigA ^Aom old neJjQkbofU, and lfu.e.ndi> and the. tdi^Zcz wa& {^JJUied uxitk ^oMX)uu.ng pzopZz 
yin tkz la&t tfuhuis. o^ fie^pzct to tkz dzceaizd. Thz paZibeaAZJU, wzfiz E. L. fCcnne^, J. R. 
Jone4, J. J. Jone/>, S. Hum, H. A. Mm and J, W, Ha/igAxive.. Thz ^emcuoii weAe toyid to KZJtt 
Zn {iAJii6Ajdz CemeteAy. 

ReZatZve.6 ^n.om a duis,tancz Ln atte.ndance. wexz Gzo, HaycAa^t and uii^z o^ ktexandjUa., 
thz tojttzA a />ZittfL 0({ M^. Efwwn, MA4. John ChltdJizn, o^ CaZgoAy, ktbdfvta, &li>teA; Ma4. 
J. E. HaycAja^t, motheA. o^ deceased, and Hu , M. J. WfUght o^ HUwaake.e., a sZiteA oi Wit>, 

^^"'"- HoMejnbex 3, I9I0 

The. two months old chitd o^ Ufi. and Maa. Kick Bfizyzn., neat. VzAnon, dltd Tuesday 
ol typhoid ieveA, tkz zntUAZ iastuZy havZng been HZ. uuMi thz duzoiz KzczntZy. Thz 
6t/Uckzn pafLZnti havz thz iympathj oi alZ. Jin tkeJin. beAzavemznt, 

»»»«,«»,»« Uovejnbzfi 3, 19W 

Onz 0)5 E. H, Uozn'i tittZz tiJOAju> pa&izd away Za&t ThuA&day a^tzn. a bAlz^ Wine^i>, 
Wl. and Wu, . Moen havz thz sympathy oi alt Zn thz toi>& oi thzOi baby. 

»,««»»««»» Hovejnbzfi 3, 1910 

Thz homz 0^ Ht. and Mw , G. UcLaZjid, who Az&Zdz neoA E{,^Zngton, wot, beA.ea\Jzd by 
thz dzath o^ thelfi thtzz months oZd daughtzn. Sunday zvznZng. Thz {^txnznaZ wai> heZd Wzd- 
nz&day, ********** Novembzn 3, 1910 

VTEV VERY SUDVENLY 
Tfta.vztLng Man Vfwppzd Dead Hexz TfiZday UofunZtig 

John. FzteAkZn, a tfiaveZZng 6aZziman, dfwppzd dzad Zn thz WZppznman Mete. Co.'a 
itofiz tait TfiZday ^oxenoon. Hz uxu> zngagzd Zn convzuatUxjn at thz tZmz and ^eZZ pAonz 
to thz {Jioofi. HzdZcaZ aZd tocw iuimonzd bat thz &pajdz o^ iZ^z had ^ted and hz um beyond 
human aZd. 

Thz xemaZM vieJiz taken to thz undznjtakZng fuoomA and thz hou&z which hz A.zpn.z6entzd 
uxu notZ^Zzd. InquZAy dzvzioped thz ^act that hz had no ^amZZy ok KeZatZvzi) io £aA oi 
known and thz ^unznaZ wkm taken Zn choAgz by thz ToAgo Lodgz o^ Odd FeZZom. Thz body 
wa& 6hZpped to fafigo SatuAday nZght. Thz ^oZZowZng (J/iom thz Vofigo Tonim wZZZ bz o^ ZnteAZit: 

John VetzfikZyi, onz oi thz beJit known t/iaveZZng mzn o^ Fotgo, and Pa&t Gfiand ChZz^ 
VatnZoAsik oi thz Uofvtk Dakota Odd FeZZowi Lodgz, dtopped dead FfUday moftnZng at HankZn&on. 
It Zj> thought that hZj> death wa6 daz to an attack o^ heoAt tJwubtz. 

Wi. VeXeAkZn camz to Nofith Dakota Zn 1SS2 and began woikZng lol thz BfiZitol S Swzzt 
Hatnzii^^, Co. Hz wa& empZoyzd by thZ& ^Znjn £oA. a numbzn. o^ yeau oi ^oKzman o{^ thz hoAnzii 
iacXofiy. Latzn. hz wznt on thz fioad {^oK thz 6amz iZfm bat Zn Kzcznt yeoAM hz hai t/iaveZzd 
^OK a mmbeA. o{^ weZZ known eoitzfin hofinz&i hou6z&. At thz pA.z6znt tZmz hz wai, tAaveZZng 
{^OK a haAnzi>6 hou6z located Zn Chicago, bat had hZ& hzadqaaAt.zfU> Zn ToAgo . 

HZi dzaXh occuAAzd whZtz hz wai, at thz &toKz oi Max l)lZppeAman at HankZmon, whzfiz 
hz wai 6ztZZng goods. Thztz wZtt bz a coAonzfi'6 Znquz&t heZd, a^tex which tkz body wZtt 
bz ihZppzd to FaAgo. No ^uneAaZ oAAjangemznti havz bzzn made. 

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Thz deceoied wca one. o{^ thz moiit p^mlntnt memfce/Li 0|{ thz Odd FztZotM Lodge Zn 
NoKth Vakota.. Hz aj> a. pa&t nobtt gfiand 0)J Wztdejj Lodge. Wo. 55 o^ foAgo and cut one. tufne. 
woi eJizctzd 04 gfuind Ke.pA.ej>entcitLve. 0({ thz lodge. 0(J thii 4>tatz, but u)cl& unabtz to Itfwz. 
In the onden. he vxu, beloved by aXJL who knew klm, and the ^act that, he had Ayi&e.n to thz 
highe/)t o^^^ce Zn the 6tat.e aj> evMe.nc.e oi the esteem ujhA.ch the membeM o^ thz todgz had 
^ofL him. 

E^^ofuti, to Zocatz Ke£aJU.vz£ have bzen ifULitleM>. He neueA 6pokz oi any of^ hl& Kzl- 
atu.vzi iavz a bKotheJi, bat no onz Zn thz (Uty izemd to know anything about thz bKothzn. othzn. 
than thz ^aat that fee woi a mln^steA, Thz KemaA.m> uUIZ bz ca/Lzd {^on. by thz Odd FeLiom 
Lodge. ********** WouembeA 10, 1910 

Thz only 6on o^ M/i. and Uu. H. C. Bladow dizd Honday noon a{,teA a weefe'4 ^Mnz&A 
0(5 pneimoniji and bKaZn ^zvzA. Thz littZz boy was a yzoA and ninz monthi> old and had bzzn 
-en thz bz&t 0^ health until a weefe pfuoK to kU dzaXh, 

Thz beAzavzd ^amlty havz thz 4>ympathy ojj all In theJji ioKnoui. Thz ^uneAal woi held 
Wzdnziday, leMilce/i beting conductzd at thz Catholic ChuAch. Thz tiny ca&keX wa& coveAzd 
with ilofiaX. o^^eAing^ ^fcom £ympathizA.ng (jA-cendi, and thz fiemaZni wzfiz la^d to Kzbt i.n thz 
cemzteAy ^outhwz&t o^ town. 



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Jamzs MuAphy, a 6u^^eAzfL {^Axim tabzficulo6Z& iofi izveAaJL months, paiizd away last 
TnJAojy at thz homz o^ h^J) &-c&teA, HK6. P. W. GoggZn. Vzcza&zd wa6 unmafinJ,zd and had bzzn 
undzA. t/izatinznt ^OK a long tUmz Zn a vaA.n zHofit to iitay thz fiavagzi o^ thz dtead dl&za&z. 
Hz had a aitde clficZz o^ ifu.endi> all oi whom zxtznd sympathy to thz beAzavzd Kzlativz& . The 
Aemalm wzaz taken to AbzAdzzn {^on. iyvtzfrnznt. 



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GREEWME 

Thz 4>ad newA wai, KzceZved heAz tki& weefe o^ thz death o^ M/C44 FloAa Nedzau at heA 
homz nzoA Campbell, MN., Monday nA.ght. Shz had bzzn WL ioK ^omz tJjnz ^Kom dlabzteJ> and 
thli> AziuLted In heA antimeZy death. Vzcea&zd wai 11 yzoAt, old and wai, a xz&Zdent oi CKzzn- 
dalz ioA iZvzAal yeau, fiemovZng with thz iamlly to thz tjo/wi wkizh thzy p^iucha&ed neoA 
Campbell two yzoAi, ago. Shz wai highly fizgojidzd by allwho fenew hzn. and alt KzgKzt heA 
taking o^ In the ipAlngtime of^ li^z. 

Thz {^unzKal wai held Wzdnziday, ieAv-iczi being conductzd In thz Congregational 
ChuAch at Campbell. John CAooki, Wn . M^Ked Blggi and Helen EzAg attended thz ^uneAoZ 
fieXuAning thli [Thwiiday] mofining. 

********** NouembeA 17, 1910 

GOREV BY A BULL 
Zichland County FafunzA ICiZlzd by Vlcloui AnZmal 
HichaeZ Vllklz, aged 76 yeoAi , wai fatally goied by a bull on hli ^oAjn i,lx mltzi 
{,Kom ChfuMtinz Sunday zvznlng. Hz dizd at an zoAly houA Monday. 

Ma. Pllkz wai working about hli bafinyafid whzn thz bzait bzcamz ln{^unlatzd and 
ckoAgzd at thz aged man, knocking kim down and thzn gonlng him lfUght{^allLy with hli horni, 

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He won, badly tactfioitzd and AUj^jJeAed tzAAA.bJLi tUZ dejiih came oi a KzLizi. 

Tkz VA.ctun MOi onz 0(J thz pA.onzzn. A.ti><de.ntl> o^ Uofvtk Dakota., havX.ng come to tkit> 

&tatz tkiAty z^ght yzanji ago. He woi one. o^ thz wojoZtKidbt and mo&t hA.ghZy fiuptttzd 

cctczeni o^ thz county. 

««««»««»»» OeceiTifce^ I, 1910 

VIEV WHILE STILL A BRIPE 

Vathztic. -in thz ex-Cteme wad thz iuddzn death o^ Wu . Anna StzlmoehA, who paa&ed 
away at the. E. SteZrwoekn. home nolth o^ town Monday a^ten. an ZlZnz&6 o^ Ze/,6 than twejfity 
loan. houM. Vecejo&ed wai, a bfu.de oi ZeM> than tiMo weeki and hen. uKtimeZy end wa& a gneat 
ihock to a Zange (UAcZe o^ ^fUendi who have known hen. iZnce dtiZdhood. 

It wai, two weeJii ago ye/>teAday [Nov. nth] that the manAyCage ojj Anna Gaedcke, daag- 
hteA. o£ Hn.. and Ma4. John Gaedcke and Mn. Theodone SteZnwehn. took pZace. The happy bnldaZ 
coupZe Zooked ^onwand to a Zong Zl^e o^ weddtd happA.nz(>i and the bnA.de wai, one o^ thz Zend- 
Zng ^pZnxti Zn [dzvznaZ tinzi one tmnzjadabZz] .n.eZatLvz& nean. Hanklmon and San- 
day wai Apznt at the home oi the gnjoom'i panenti nonth oi town. Unj,. Stzlmoehn compZa^ned 
o£ not {^eeJLing weZZ and a docton wai caZZed. She gnew napZdZy wonj,e and poiizd away aboat 
noon 0^ Monday, iuMxiandzd by thz gnlzi &tnA.ckzn hoiband and othzn nzZatxvzi. Vlabzte^ wai 
g^vzn oA the cauaz o^ hen. death. 

Vzczoizd wai ZZ yeoju of, age on ApniZ 7th Zoit. Shz wai bon.n Jin HichZand Coanty 
and hzn. zntinz Zi.f,z had bzzn ipznt -in thii v-icJ.YU.ty. BeZovzd by aZZ ion. hzA. many zxceZZ- 
znt quaJLitizi , hzn iaddzn death -ii moannzd by iconzi ojj fnlendi . 

Thz ianznaZ wai heZd thii aftznnoon with ienv-iczi -in thz ZittZe chuAch ^oan miZzi 
nonth 0^ town whzne two weeJii ago ihz bzcamz a bnidz. Thz body wai dne/iizd Zn thz bnJ,daZ 
nobzi and thz bnidaZ wneath cnownzd thz head of thz dzpanted. A beaatifuZ white coiket 
zmbZematic of thz punz young ZU.fe that hai paaed zncompoi^zd tkz nema-ini . 

Thz iznvZczi wznz conductzd.by Rev. HlZgzndonf and St. John'i ChuAcJi wai flZZzd 
viltk gnizf itnicken fniendi. Intznsnznt wai, madz Zn thz chanckyand nzan. by. 

»»««•«,«»» Vzjcembzn 1, 1910 

JaZixii Mani.ke, a young fanmzn. 27 yeota oZd, wai found dead nzan. EndenZZn fnlday 
wltk hZi neck bnokzn. H-Li fanm li a fesfj mZZzi fnom town. Thz night bzfone he wai to 
town to vii-it hii fathzn, H. Mamkz, and itantzd homz about 10 PM -in hli automob-itz. Hz 
had no ZZght and -in tkz daxknzii nan off a high gnadz. Thz mackZnz tunned tuntZe, caui- 
Zng kii deatk. Thz body wai not Zocatzd tiZZ tke foZZowing mon.nZng, In addJjtion to hLi 
bnokzn necfe, thz dead man had n.eceA.ved othzn Znjuni.zi of a iznioui natane Zn thz faZZ. 

»»»»**«»»» Vecembzn 1, 1910 

The iecond fataZ automobZZe accident within a week in Ramom county occunnzd nzan 
Liibon Monday whzn an auto tunnzd tantZz and cAuihzd out tke Zifz of Mank W. Vavii, a 
pnominznt buiinei,i man. »»«»,»»»»« Vecembzn 1, 1910 

VIEV SUWENLY 

Mnj,. Auguit Knaak died iuddenZy Monday monning at hzA homz juit iouthwzit of town 

fnxim an acxitz attack of appzndicitij, . She waj^ taken iZZ Satanday and pnzpanatiom wznz 

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made, to havz hex conuez/ed to the BAzcke.ruU.dge Hoip-itaJL ^OK an opeAotlon, bat dejxth 
ejfi&azd bz^oKe. tkU woi po44-cfa-£e. 

Peceaied, whole ma.iden name uxu, AnnZz ICLLngeA., waa 28 yeoAi, o{^ age and wot maAAA.ed 
4-cx yeanii ago Za&t HoAch to Aagaiit Knaak who &uAMJbje/> hex. TheJiz oAe aZio tz^t thizz imaJUi 
chctdAzn, thz oldest ^ouA. yeoA/, o£ age. Thz poAzntl Ae/><.dz nzofi WyndmzAz on the NuZph {^oAm 
and tkeAz o/ie aJLe>o izvzAoZ &VLAvi\jA.ng bAothzfii and &AJ>tzAi> , 

Thz lanzAot was hzld yz&teAday at thz JmmanueZ LathzAan ChuAch, Rev. J. P. KJiauiZzA 
condactZng thz 6zava.cz&. A ^oAge nimbzA o^ 60AAowlng {A^zndi, wzAZ -en attzndancz to pay 
thelA loit Az&pzctii to one who woi unA.vzA&alZy z&tzemed. Thz itA^akzn ^airUZy havz thz 
iympathij oi aZt. ,»,»*»,,•, VzaembeA 8, 19W 

0, L. Lindzkz wa& calZzd to St, Vaiit Zxist weefe by a mea^oge annoancing thz cfuticaZ 
condition o^ hZl ^athzA, FAzd Lindzkz, He Azached thzAz bz^oAz thz end came, wkich was aX. 
an eoAty houA ThaA&day mo Anting, 

Vzczjo&zd had bezn a^^tictzd wJith a canczA oi thz tJiAoat ^OA about a yzoA and tJiZi> 
waMi otkzA compLicjvtionit caaizd kc& dzath. He waj, 71 yzaAl> o^ age and had bzzn a AZiZdznt 
0^ St. VajuJL ^oA moAz than ^£ty yeoti. FoA many yzaAi hz wa& zngagzd Zn boi-inen tkzAZ 
bat AztiAzd &omz -tone ago owing to advancA.ng age. He -cs laAvZvzd by a wi{^z, (J^cve ioni and 
ti^o daaghtzAii . The {^anzAot woi heJLd SatoAday and a va6t concouA&z o^ pzoptz paid theiA 
tait Az&pzct& to onz o^ the city '6 mo&t AZipzctzd pionezA citizzn6. 

It i& a itAangz coincidzncz that ja&t ^ooA wzzki to a day bz^oAz thz dzath o^ 0. L. 
LindeJizU {^athzA, kU poAtnzA (A. Kjet&tAap] ia{^^zAejd a iimiZaA beAzavemznt, thz lattzA'h 
^athzA having dczd at Ho^^man, MW., ^Aom thz 6amz aiZmznt, canczA o^ thz thAoat. 

•»»»•»***» Pecemfaei 8, 1910 

VEATH OF MRS. RAMSEY 
WziZ Known Rz&idznt PoMzd Away Vz&tzAday 

Thz commanity wai, gAzatiy ihockzd whzn woAd poi&zd ^Aom onz to anothzA yzitZAday 
that MA4. S. S. Ram&zy had pa&ied away. WhJXz hzA condUZon wa6 know to bz cAlticai, it 
woi &appo&ed that thz cAciii had pa&ied, bat a tuAn ^oA thz woA&z camz yzitzAday {oAznoon 
and dzath zn&azd about 1 PM. 

Vzceoizd wa6 thz ztdz&t daaghtzA o^ Ha. and Has. Wm. Schaztt o^ thii, placz, and wai 
boAn Jan. 16th, 1885, at Juneau, WT, Whzn but a tUtlz ovzA a yzoA old £hz wa6 bAoaght to 
ZichZand County, thz iamiZy locating in HoAan Towmhip. Shz g-^ew to womanhood thzAZ and 
ihoAtZy a^tzA thz ^amiZy Azmovzd to HankZnion ihz wa& mafiAizd on Szpt, 17th, 1907 to Ma.. 
S. S. Ramizy. 

Last SatuAday a daaghtzA wai> boAn to Ua. and M'la. Ram&zy. Thz babz luAvivzd but a 
^ew day/,, pa&iing away Tuesday moAning, and thz &tAtckzn mothzA'i death ^ottowzd thz next 
day. 

A tUtZz 2 yzoA old daughtzA il> Iz^t mothzAtzil, and dzczat,zd ii also iuAvivzd by 
thz ha&band, paAznti, two bAothzAi, and onz iZitzA, .. .thz lattZA bzing Wm. 0. Schaztt o^ 
Wibaux, MT., Ma6 . John Oitlinz o^ AbzAdzzn, and GzoAgz Schuett who AZiidzi with hil> poAznti 

hzAz. 

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The. dziput sympathy Zl> iztt by alZ ioK thz itAJ.ck.zn ha&band and othiA KeZcuUvu 
OjJ thz depoAXzjd. Shz uxu> heZd -in thz ki^hziit KzgoAd by aZZ. who knew hzn. and heA. untimzZy 
end AJi &A.nczfidUi moufinzd by a ZoAgz (UAcZz ojj ^fu.znd6. 

The. ^ane/Lot wWi be heZd SaXanday mofining at 10:30 AM at thz CongKega^tLonaZ ChuAch, 
AeAv^czi to be conducted by Rev. Johmon. InteAment mZZ. fee madz. In HAZiiZde. CeimteAjy. 

VecembeA i, 1910 
HanlUnion people uxUZ xemembeA Chxi& , C. Spottiwood, the klndZy old gzntleman who 
uied to \}Lt>it kii ion, Va. Spott&uoood heAZ, and all uuLi AZjQfizX. to leoAn o^ hl& death 
which Ke.cently occuAAed at the. homz o^ hu gAandion, Vk. RaMfion, at Ulnot. He had attaln- 
ed the. Aipz old age o^ S7 yeaM , 

•»»«»»*»•» VzcembeA 75, 1910 

Two ofie dead and nlnz III In Hofidlck Towmhlp, neoA EKzcken/ildgz, ai a Keiult o^ 
a typhoid ^e.veA zpldemlc earned by a polluted well. Not one o^ thz two £ainiU.e/, o^ Otto 
and ChanZzJ, Lohmann escaped thz dnzad dl&za&z. Otto Lohman and thz 4 yzoA old ion o^ 
Choi. Lohman hav.z deed. Both ^amltie/, uied thz watzA ^fiom thz well. 

********** Pece/nbe/i. 22, 1910 

Aug. Stabznow, an eoAly Aeildznt o^ Elma Towmhlp, dlzd at BAZckznAldgz thz ^oAz 
poAt 0({ thz weefe of^ BJUght'i dlizoiz ^Aom which hz had fceen a mf^lzAeA loA moKz than a 
yeoA. Veceoizd izttled In Elma about 10 yzau ago bat moved to BA.zcke.nfU.dge ^Ivz yzoAi 
ago. Hz wa& 72 yeoAi ojj age and li iuAvlvzd by a wl^z and ten chiZdAzn. 

********** VecembeA 22, 1910 

Geo, Shaw, a young man who Lived with hZi poAznti wzit o^ Sliizton, woi dAownzd 
In CleoA Lakz FAiday night. Hz Iz^t kii homz and itoAtzd to cAoa thz lakz on the Icz 
to ipend thz evznlng at a neZghboA'i . Thz next day a man cAoalng thz lakz iauo a hat 
neoA an ainholz and upon Investigation IX. woi dl&covzAzd that young Shaw had bAoken 
thAough and dAownzd. Thz body woi AzcovzAzd. 

********** VzcejnbzA 29, 7910 

A FATAL KCCWEUT 
BAakeman CLARK KlZtzd by Fall TAom TAoln 

W, R. ClaAk, a Soo bAakeman who ha& bzzn a AZildznt oi Hanklmon (JoA. izvzAal monthi 
woi iatalZy InjuAzd by a ^all ^Aom a {^Aelght tAaln at Glznwood ThuAiday afiteAnoon. 

Thz accident wai not wltnz&izd by anyonz bat whzn lait izzn ativz ClaAk woi on thz 
botton itzp 0(5 a boxcoA, hanging to thz can. by onz hand and Aeady to alight. Thz depot 
plat^oAm wai ley and hz waltzd until thz coA had poiizd thz znd ojj thz plat^oAm. Evidently 
hz attempted to jump thz ihoAt dlitancz to thz gAound at thli point, buX. {^ell backwoAd, 
alighting on thz back o^ hli hzad and ihouldzAi . Hz wai ^ound about tzn mlnutei latzA but 
wai unconiCA,oui , and Azmalnzd io until hz dlzd a ^ew mlnutzi a^tzA midnight. Thz InjuAy 
to hli head wai thz cauiz o£ death. 

A pecuUaA conlncldzncz li thz ^act that, thz night bz^oAZ, hli wl^z dAzamzd that 
hz would bz klZizd that day and cautlonzd him to bz Zipzclally coAz^ul when hz Iz^t thelA 
living Aoomi ovzA thz Soo depot at thli place ThuAiday moAnlng. She wai notl^lzd by wlAz 

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o£ thz CLCcldtnt and Zz^t on Soo tAjCuin 108, which wcLi iZveAoZ houAd Zcutz, KaxLchlnQ GZznMood 
bz^oKz heA ha&band pa&6zd away. 

Vzce/Utzd had been a Kuldzjnt o^ Hanklmon ^on. izvzfiaZ monihi> but had been Zn thz 
zmptoij 0({ tkz Soo company ^OK ovzfi i^ yzau . Hz Xj> iuAVyivzd by a hzantbAjokzn uil^z, but 
Zejavzi no cSUZdAzn. He Z& about 30 yzoAi o^ agz and hU aged poAznti ZJmz at tAcCook, MB. 
He aZ&o Zzavu izmzhrZ bKothzfU> and dZ&tzu. Thz AZjnaZnl, wzKZ takzn to LincoZn, WB, ^ok 
Zntzfmznt undzn. ^tfte axupZczi o^ thz O/idzA. oi RalZway Efuikmzn. 

Vzcza&zd uiai vzfiy popuZoA. among thz Soo zmpZoyzzi and a gKzat dzaZ o£ sympathy Zb 
zxpA-Zii ion. thz dtAj.ckzn mjdow. 

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T9TT 

knoikzA l& caZlzd to eXeAnal K(u>t. M/w . UoaqqaaXz Wzgand dltd on Wzdnuday o^ lut 
weefe at tht homz o^ heA daagftttn. MA4. Geo. Voich. Tht old lady wan 87 yzoAi oi agz, Shz 
had bzzn Ul ion. &omz timz. Shz Zeavzi tjoo daaghtzu, Ma4. Geo. Va&cJi and Ma6 . J. BzchXzZ. 
Thz ianz/uiZ um hzld SaXuAday, 6zn.\jlzu conductzd by Reu. Ozdzn.. Thz fiemaZm wzKz laid to 
A.z&t Aji thz GKzat Bznd Cemztzfiy. 

jayumAy 5, 1911 

VEATH OF A PIOMEER 
John Kotichzvax, EanZy Szttlzfi, Vlzd at UantadoK 

John Kot&chzvan., onz o^ thz ^Zut vokltz izttlzu in ZichZand County, woi ^ound 
dzad in bed at hl& homz Zn Mantadox Taz6day moaning. HzoaX. {^aJJbinz woi giuzn ai, thz 
axiiiz 0^ death. 

M^. Kot&chzvan. oajo^z about 5 AM to bultd a ilxz and &pokz to hz/t hu&band, who 
AzpHed. Shz Kztafinzd to bzd and oAo&z agaZn about 6:30, whzn 4,hz ^ound hzA husband had 
pa&/>zd auxLy vohZZz a&lzzp. 

Vzczoizd uxK, onz of, thz ^Zut izttlzu In tkii paAt o^ Uofitk Dakota, locating at 
Wahpzton i.n 1874 bz^oKZ thz /uuZfioad wai, built acAo&& thz KtveA (J/LOm BKZckzn/Udgz. He 
zngagzd In thz mzncantitz bu6Znz&4, and uioi Wahpzton'6 ^Ifi&t po&tma&tzn.. He pfioi>pzn.zd In 
6u4inea4, having a loAgz tAadz with thz Indiana and whltz izttlzu iJoA. many mltzi> In all 
dln.zctlonl) . Whzn thz Cxzat NoAthzfin wa& bulZt acA06& thz kIvzk M/l. KotichzvoA choAtzfizd 
thz llAMt t/ialn that zntzfizd Wahpzton, paying thz company $200 {^ofi thz phlvllzdgz o^ bz- 
Ing thz holt to a poAty oi iKlznd& who madz thz &hoKt joun.nzy acAOM thz llnz iAom Hinn- 
Ziota Into Dakota tzMltoAy, 

He latzn. dl6po6zd oi hie, [iJahpzton ba&lnzi>6 and zngagzd In ioAmlng wzit oi hiooAzton, 
but ioA. thz pa&t twzlvz yzoM ok io ha& bzzn fvunnlng a imalt gznzAal itoKz at UantadoK. 

Dzcea&zd wa& a natlvz oi Au&tAla and camz to thU count/iy whzn a young man. He wcu> 
tujlcz moAAlzd, and lzavz& two chlldAzn, both by hl& ilut wliz. Hz wai, 62 yzaA& oi agz at 
thz tunz oi hli dzath. 

Thz body wai, taken to Wahpzton ioK buAlal In thz lot with hl6 ilut wliz. Thz iun- 
znal li being hztd today. ********** JanaaAy 12, 1911 

DEATH oi MRS. MAHLUM 

Hu. P. A. HahZum, wliz oi a pKomlnznt ioAmeA, nlnz miZz& 60uth oi Hankln&on, dlzd 
Sunday moKnlng oi complications Az&ultlng ifwm chlldblfith, 

Dzcza&zd wa& 25 yzofu, oi agz and wai ma/ifilzd about nlnz yzau ago to Vetzu A. Hah- 
lum, who iuAvlvzi hzt. Eight chlZdJizn wexz boKn to thz couple, all but onz oi whom oAz 
Hvlng, thz youngzit being but iouA weefei old. A gxeat deal oi sympathy li ielt ion. thz 
itAlckzn hu&band and hlk iamlty oi motheAlzi,6 chltdAzn. 

Dzcea&zd waj> a iavonltz with all who knew hen. and ptioiound iofoww li, ielt through- 
out thz nzlghbonh.ood oveA hex unttnely death. 

ten 



********** jc^^^^^^oAj/ n, 7977 

Aviton Kqzyujq, OLQtd 107, 6uppo6e.d to be thz oldut peAion -in thz itdtz, dZzd out a. 
Fafigo Hoip'iXaZ ta&t vozdi. Vzcza&zd uxu, a GzAman by blfuth and camz to Hofith Vakota. ovfi 
tfuAty ytafU) ago. Haj> wi)Je deed a Litttz ovan. ^oua month6 ago at tht age oiJ 9b. 

********** JanuoAj^ n, 1911 

BURIEV AT GREAT BENV 

LotUi J. Fazrifuich, an zanJLy 6cttteM. neoA MantadoA, but ^OA. 6ZvzAaZ yzoAi pa&t a 
xuldzsit oi Kzn&aL, dizd Tuuday night o^ lait weefe of, pmumonla. Vzcexi&zd had been -en 
pooA hzaJith jjo/t iomz time, and woi attacke.d uxiMi pmumonia ^ouA. weefei ago. He pofvtiaZty 
Aecove/ied, OYiZy to iu^^eA a AeZapie. wkick AuuZtzd Jin kli dzath. 

Peceoaed uxw boAn in Gtnmany 58 yz/xAt^ ago and came to tiU& count/iy thlAty yzoAi 
ago, 6zttting noxui UarvtadoA Zn thz zoAJiy dajy&. He woi weJit known to tht old Ae^Zdznti 
0^ this izction and had thz Zitzzm and KZ6pzct o^ aJUi. 

TunzAaZ £zn.vZczi WZAZ hztd at thz ^anUZy homz Zn Kzn&aZ and thz AemLcni wzfiz bo- 
ught to HankZnion and ^^om hznz takzn to GAzat Bznd ^OA Zntznmznt. 

Vzcza&zd -L& 4UAvZvzd by onz 6on L, H., who tivzi at Wyndmztz, and thAzz daughtzu: 
Ma6. BowzfH, M^. R, Kovzi and Mw . Hatt BowMJ, . 

********** januoAif 19, 1911 

Thz thAzz months old baby oi Uft. and Ua& . Gzo. BzAnoAd dZzd o^ pnzumonia on thz 
29th, Tho&z who attzndzd thz ^anz^al {out at St. Joz'6] wzfiz: M^. P. Be^mW-d, Vzn.onica. 
and fAank BzArmAd {^Kom Wahpzton and Uath BzAnoAd and wZ^z {Aom TytzA. 

********** JanuoAy 19, 1911 

Old /iziZdznti 0^ HanfUmon will bz ihockzd to IzoAn o^ thz dzath o^ Hi66 CoaaLz 

Bachholz at Uaniia, VhiZipplnz islands, on Vzc. 2Ut. Shz had bzzn III about two wzzkM 

and woA undzA tAzatmznt at thz afuny ho&pUjal, and was appoAzntly on thz Aoad to fizcovzfiy 

iKom an attack OjJ acutz dy&zntzAy. Takzn /,ud.dznly wouz i>hz pa66zd away hundAzdi o£ milz& 

^Aom KzZaXAVzii . Hzn dzath iolZowzd that o{t hzA 6Z&tZA Ida but a (Jew wzzk& , thz lattzn. 

having dizd o^ comumption. Both weAe we^ known hzAz In zaAJbj dtuyt, ZoaaLz having con- 

ductzd a mllllnzfuj &toAZ and Ida zngaglng In tzachlng. Both caAAizd In&uAancz In Hank- 

In&on 60(U.ztlzi . . . .Jda'4 czntl^lcatz having bzzn paid but a ^ew wzzk& ago by thz Royal 

hlzlghboA6. CaAAiz caAAizd ImuAancz In thz Vzomzn and at thz tJjnz o^ hzA dzath a changz 

In bznzllcMVU.QM wa& bzlng madz, thz {^onmzA bznzilcMiAy having been hzn dzczaizd ilktzA. 

A maHAlzd iZ&tz^ n.Z6ldzi at Vancouvzn., B.C., Canada and thzAZ oAz othzA fieZatlvzi, at 

Cajiiizlton, thil, itatz. 

********** TzbAuoAy 9, 1911 

A mz&^agz waj, Kzczlvzd today bzoAing thz new& o^ thz dzath o^ thz £ouA mondti) old 
daaghtzu o^ Ma., and Ua&. G. E. Bzn.g at BllZingi , HT. HankZnion ijA^endi a^ thz family 
zxtznd sympathy to thz bzAzavzd poAzntj, . 

********** TohKuoAy 16, 7977 



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Thz ^Ln^ant ion OfJ Mn.. and M/l4 . HobeAt E, Nejumann cLLzd Tauday moA.Kcng at 6:30 AM 
Of} pnejumonAjii, agzd 3 monthi. Thz ^anzKoZ wUX be httd tkLi, a^tzAnoon out 2 o'cZock, 4eA- 
v.cce6 to be. conductzd cut tkt LuXhzfuin Ev. ChuAch by Reu. J. P. ICtauileA. The. it/Ucktn 
poAejitk have the sympathy o^ aZZ, 

********** TehfmoAjj 16, 1911 

8RAKEMAN KTLLEV 
PopalaA Soo Employez FataZZy Injaned at \)lltton 

A menage KeceZv^d ye^teAday annoanczd the death 0|J M. E. ChambeAZain, a uieZZ 
known Soo bJiakejnan, a& thz AeiuZt o^ InjuAJLe^ iu&taZned by ^aZZZng ixndeA the. tAoZn wkiZe. 
iuUtchZng In thz yoAdi at li^JJiton. Thz ZnjuAzd man was Au&hzd to BZimoAch buZ explfied 
bz^ofiz thz hoipZtaZ uxu Keacked. 

Vzceoizd had many ^AZzndi among thz fuxZlAoad boyi and woi qvuXz weZZ knavin heAz, 
Hz woA a bAotheA o^ ExpAZ66 MziizngeA ChambeAZaZn who a&zd to fum bztwzzn HankZn&on and 
El&moAzk. 

Thz poAznti OAZ pAomZnznt AZiZdznti o^ Oakzi and thz iunzAoZ mZZ bz heZd thzAz 

j.„„-fcfc-,„ ********** 

tomofiAow. ^^^ 2, 7917 

M/tA. Wm. VznnhoAdt ha& AeZuAnzd ^Aom Nzznah, Wl., whzAZ ihz has been ^OA 6omz 

tZjnz Zn attzndanzz at thz bzd&Zdz 0({ hex agzd mothzA who pa66zd away Za&t wzzk at thz 

advanczd agz o^ 85 ye/vu, . 

********** jy^j^ 2, 797 7 

Thz IZtZZz daughteA o^ Ha. and Uai,. Wm. WeZ6A o^ SAandznbuAg , agzd tMO yeoAi,, dZed 

Sunday ojj typhoZd pnzumonZa a^teA an ZiZne^i oi izveAaZ wzzkt. Thz ^uneAoZ wa& heZd on 

Tuesday at thz WZtd Zicz ChuAch, Reu, HJZgzndoA^ condactZng thz izfivZczt,. Thz itAickzn 

poAznti havz thz sympathy o^ aZZ. 

********** ^^^^ 2, 797 7 

FAzdzAZck Knaak, whoiz cAitZcaZ condition wa& notzd Zn Za&t wzzk'i Z&iuz, dZzd 
Taziday OjJ tabeAcuZoiZi ^Aom whZch hz had bzzn a iui{,eAeA ioK a long tZmz, Vzceoizd 
woi bofLn Zn WZ&cdmZn, ApfiZt 26th, 18S1 , beZng a ion o{, Ma. and UfU. Auguit Knaak. WZth 
thz family hz camz to HankZmon Zn 1S96, and hoi KZildzd Zn thZi Zjocatity zveA iZncz. 

He woi moAAZed JuZy lit, 1909, to Hiii Lena Bmrnmund, daughteA o{, Ma. and MAi. HeA- 
man BAuimumd, who with onz duZd iuAvZvzi hZm. He aZ&o teavei aged poAznti, iZx. bAotheAi 
and onz iZiteA. Vzceoizd wa6 a man o{^ ZnduitAZoui habZti and woi gznznaZZy eitzemzd. 

Thz ioAAowing AelaZvJZi havz thz iympathy o^ thz zntZn.z zommanLty Zn theZA ionAow. 
Thz ianeAaZ wWi bz heZd F/tZday a{,teAnoon at thz GeAman Ev. ChuAch, Rev. Kanz to conduct 
thz iZAvZczi. * ********* ^^^ 9^ J9JJ 



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SENSATION AT CAYUGA 
Indicun. Woman VZu Unde/i SuL&p^(u.oul) CXAcimAtancu 

The. Litttz town o^ Cayaga, j'a&t acAo&i, thz Lint In SoAj^znt County, wa& thz 6czne. 
ol a. t/iagzdy that xziuZtzd Zn thz dzath OjJ an Indian woman Za&t SatuAday, iappoizd to ■ 
havz A.z&uJitzd ^fiom an ovzAdoiZ OjJ bLind pZg whi&kzy. 

Thz woman, who wai, a daughtzt of^ thz Zatz John Longz, onz o^ thz mo^t pfvomJinznt 
membzfU) ol thz SAj,6zton tAA.bz, had d/Uvzn to Cayuga to do 6omz t/iading. Shz itantzd homz 
with hzA tzam alonz and wa& ^oand dzad bz6A.dz thz fiaod a ^zw hound loJiZK. at a poi.nt iouth 
oi Cayuga. 

A Con.onzfi'& Znquz&t wai, heJLd and thz vzfidict was to thz z^^zcX. that dzcza&zd camz 
to hzfi dzath ai, thz A.Zi>uZt o^ whZikzy ^uAnX^&hzd by paAtiz6 unknown, 

A young man namzd A^kzAooth Z& iu&pzctzd 0(J ^uAnZ&hing thz tiquoA. and a wafifuxnt -ci 
out ^oA. hie oAAZit, HowzvzA, hz diiiiappzafLzd oa i>oon oa thz newi oi thz woman*& dzath fiza- 
chzd kirn, and tl> iuppoAzd to havz ^tzd to Canada. In addition to thz JLozaZ ajuthonJXizi> , 
a govzAnrnznt agznt wai on hand at thz A.nquz£t and -cij zvZdzncz can bz izcuAzd Zt -c4 pfiob- 
abtz that thz o^^zndzA wltt {acz a choAgz o^ ^uAnl&hing ZyiquoK to Tndiani. 

Young Aikz/iooth comz6 ^n.om an zxaztZznt ^amlZy and hai KZi-idzd Zn SoAgznt County 
aU. hli, Li^z. HzKztoioKZ hz hat, bofinz a good Kzpatation. 

Thz tztfUtoAy tnMjutoAy to Cayuga and Gznzizo Z& acquZfUng a "Hztt'6 HaZ^ kcJiz" 

Azputatlon 06 thz fiz&utt o^ fUttingi and tz(,i,zfi ^o^mi o^ law bxzakying dafu.ng thz Za&t 

/„,,, ,,„„,,. «»««»«i»««» 

6^^^^- MoAdi U, 791 1 

ANOTHER PIONEER GONE 

In thz dzath oi John Wzndt wfu.ch occunAzd at hii homz In Eztf^ofLd at 10 AM Monday 
mohJMjng, amthzn. 0({ thz hoAdy plonzzu who WZAZ ^actoftz In thz zoAty kiittotiy o^ ZichZand 
County pa66zd to ki& KzwoAd. Hz had been -ilZ with a complication o^ stomach and kldnzy 
t/ioublzit ^oA. 6z\jznal months and thz end wai, not unzxpzctzd. 

Vzcza&zd wa& a natlvz o^ Pommzfizn, Gznmany, whejiz hz wai, bofin 67 yza/u and 5 monthi, 
ago. Hz camz to thl& country at an zafily agz and locatzd ^ofi a bAlz^ tlmz In Wl^coniln. 
About 35 yzofu, ago hz camz to Richland County whzfiz &omz OjJ hli fizlatlvzii had pAzczdzd 
hljn, ^lut izttLing In BnandzribuAg Town&hlp and laXzn. In BzZ^oAd whzfiz hz hoi zvzn. 6lncz 
Az&ldzd. Hz wa& manAlzd 32 yzau ago to UAi . EAnzitlnz Hittzn. and o^ tkll, union ^Ivz 
chlZdA-zn i,uA.vlvz him: Gu&tav Wzndt, M/Li . H. KnatiiZ, M^6 . HeAman Wzbzn., Mw . Wattzn. Gztbzn. 
and Ma4 . Pzficy Rzynoldi . Thztz afiz a lafigz numbzx oi othzA kzIoXajjqm fiz6ldlng In thJj, 
yjlcinlXy ai, wzll oi, a bfiothzn. and il^tzn. In Gznmany. 

Vzcza&zd wa& highly zstzzmzd by all who knzw him and thz old izttlzu tufinzd out 
en maiAZ to attznd thz {fUnznal wkich wai, hzld at St. JOhn'6 ChuAch In Zzliond on Wzdnzi- 
day mofinlng at 10 AM. Reu. Hllgzn.dofil conductzd thz iZAvlczi, and thz ca6kzt wai, covzuzd 
wlMi {^loAol o^zfUngi, {^Kom &0fuwwlng ^Alzndi, oi thz {^amllij . Thz ChuJich wai, too email to 
hold thz thAong that wzAZ pAzeznt to pay thzOi la&t AZ&pzcti to thzlA old ^Alznd and nzighboA 

Thz pallbzaAZAl, wzAz Choi,. Liznman, Emll KlawlttzA, Wm, UehmzA, Choi,. KAouiZ, John 
C. Poliuii, and Loulj, Lzim. ********** ^^^^ 23, 1911 

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ULchaeZ O'ConnoA., ^oAmtnZy o{^ Eima, and a nzphew o£ Ma4 . P. Sweenez/, wai kAZte.d 
on tkz 6th 0^ FzbfumAy i.n an exptoiijon OjJ thz Plato TlivzA. VowdzA. Co., Zn tht out6kiAt& 
0^ lihpejnLng, MI., wheAZ he. ha6 faee.n <mptoyzd £oA. i-tx^een yzau a6 an oxpzKt dynamite. 
makzn.. We tojxvu a valdow and thfitt cSUZdAzn. 

********** ^^^ 23, 1911 

A mzi)4)agz KzauMzd SatuAday annoanczd thz dzath o^ Wi. Hammzninzii>tzn, {^atkzn. o^ 
Ufu. Aug. SckuZtz and Mw. Aagiut Eohn, both Az&Zdlng nzoA Gfizat Bend. Vzzza6zd pai,6zd 
away at kil> homz i.n Hzzd&buAg, Wl., and waj, about 90 yzau o^ age. He woi thz gfiand- 
iaMizn. oi M/i4. ¥fizd liiofinzK oi thZi placz, and pxzvloai to hl& dzath thzfiz voznz ilvz gzn- 
ZfuutLom 0^ thz iamlty living . 

Ufii, . SckuJitz, Wu, . Bohn and Ha& . \slofinzA. Iz^t hzn.z Sunday to attznd thz ianzfial 
and It li pfvobablz thz aged valdow uxUl fiztuJvn with tkzm and makz hzn. homz hzKZ. 

********** ^^^ 23, 1911 

Roy Vandznho^^, a Soo bfiakman who wa& ^ofmzfiJiy qultz wzlZ known In Hanlu.ni,on, 

wa& kZtlzd nzoA Vfmkz Tuziday night. Thz unfiOKtunatz man izll iKom a coA. and wa6 bz- 

hzadzd by thz can. whzzli . Thzfiz wau> no zyz wltnz&i to thz azzldznt. 

********** y^^ 3^^ J9JJ 

Mti, Olz Tew dlzd at thz homz o^ hex daaghtzn., Ki/u, . Wm. Coppln, In Elma Townikip 
Sunday at 6:20 OjJ hemonnhagz oi thz bfwuLn a^tzA an IZZnz&i o^ but a ^ew dayi , 

Vzcea&zd wait thz wl^z o^ one o^ thz mat pfwmlnznt ^a/imzu In thz county and camz 
ovzn. i^jom hzn. homz at Vwlght la&t ialZ to nu/i&z hzn daaghteA who wa& III. Shz li> 6uA.vlvzd 
by a iOMOwlng hu&band and izvzfuil chiZdAzn, among them M'lS. Wm. Coppln and Mm. Gzo. 
Coppln oi thli> vicinity. Thz fiemaJjK> wzfiz takzn to Vwlght wheAZ thz iunzfial will bz hztd 
tomo>vx.ow. ********** ^f^^^^ 3^^ jgjj 

OUR TOm W MOURNING 
Death oi Col. R. H. Hanklmon Cornea ai, a Vzuonal Szfizavemznt to thz Vzoplz oi 

HANKJNSON 
mCHARV HERNV HANKINSON] ..':R. H, Hankln&on li dzad." Whzn thz abovz mz&iagz pair- 
ed iAom mouth to mouth Tuziday aitzfinoon It brought pfioioand i,onAow to almost zvzfiy homz 
In thz communlXy. Thz nem ilut camz In thz iofm oi a teZegKom ifiom H. L. HanfvLn&on stat- 
ing dimply that "Tathzfi It, dead," but thz iad announcemznt 60on ipKzad thxoughout thz town 
and ion. a tlmz bu(,lnzi)4> wai pnxictlcaZly ^u&pzndzd a& oun. pzoplz dlicui^ed In ha&hzd tonzi 
thz loii oi oun. pnomlnznt cltlzzn. 

HZi) kindly di&po4>ltlon, undznlylng a 6omztlmz& gnuH zxtznlon., wai thz topic oi con- 
veAiatlon gznznatly, and iew thzn.z wzn.z who did not havz 4,omz anecdote to Azlate ponXnaylng 
hl& gznzno^ilty and loyaZty to hli inJ.znd& , which wzn.z thz dominating t/ialti oi hli chanactzn.. 
SeZdom a&klng iavoKi ion. hlmzli, hz woi zvzn. Kzady to Iznd a heZplng hand to thoiz who 
wzn.z 60 ioKtixnatz ai, to po6&zi>i, hli inlend&hlp. Thli tjuxlt wa6 eueA notlczablz In hli faoi- 
Inz&i and political 6uccz66zi>. Aitzn. ai>&li,tlng to win many a hand iought battlz, thz 
only newoAd hz zvzn. a&kzd wa& ^omz iavon. ion. a inlend, 6teadia6tly nziuilng to accept thz 
iAulti di vlctony ion. hlmizli. He wlZt bz bz&t xemembeAzd ion. hli gznznoai Impulizi and 

C65) 



acX& 0^ cha/Uty, o{ttzn known only to tkoiz who weAe ihe. bejiz^ZcMvUu . TnuJLy hz wcu, om 
oi YUJUtuAz'i nobZeme.n, 

H-C6 dao-tfi wa& duz to canczA oiJ thz stomach. EanZy -in thz wintzn. hz wai ivtkt takzn 
UI., but ^on. a timz hli conditixin wait not con6^dzn.zd itznyioiu,, Thzn hz wan, pzuaadzd to go 
to BattZt CA.zzk, MI., whzn-Z hz took tA.zcitmznt at a &anltaAAjm ^OA. iomz timz. RztWaiing to 
Hinnza.potc& , hz undznwznt an zxamlnation by Vk, Mayo who />tatzd that titttz couZd fee donz 
ioK kCi KzJLizi, and 4/C.nce that timz hz ha& bzzn at thz homz o^ hl& 6on, H. L, HaniUmon -in 
HinnzapoLii . Fox i>z\}znaZ weefea poii doctofu, havz hzZd out no hopz, though zvzmthlng poi,- 
6-ibZz halt bzzjn. donz to makz hii Zoit day6 pzacz^uZ. VzaMi zn&uzd Tuziday moKning, 

Thz ki&tofiy oi R. W. Hankinion'^, Li^z i.n UoKth Dakota li> vzfiy cJLo&zZy -intz/woovzn 
with that 0)J thz town which bzafu> hl& namz. Locating on thz banki, o^ thz bzaiitif^at lakz 
iouthwzit 0^ hzKz juit thZfity yzau ago, hz zfizctzd onz oi thz iZnz&t countxy homzi -in thz 
tzfOLitofuf oi Dakota. Thz matzfUat wa& aZt hauZzd Ifiom TaAjmount, that bzlng thz nzoAZ&t 
KaXJbiaij poZnt. Hzfiz hz hoi iZncz ipznt thz gtizatzfi pant. 0(J kii, timz, pzt&onatty &upzn.- 
v-ii-ing thz bonanza ^a/m and convzfuting thz natuAot bzauty o^ thz placz -into itltt gfizatzn. 
bzauty. Hz ofiganlzzd thz i-Uu>t 6hcooZ tn thii pant o{^ thz county and acquinzd thz land 
on which thz town now itandii, . Whzn thz Soo and Gnzat hlonthznn nailwayi buZlt ^dinough hznz 
hz ptattzd thz ofvig-injit town&-itz and hjoi bzzn langzly -imtnumzntal .in thz advanczmznt o^ 
thz town up to thz timz of, hil, dmth. In 1SS6 hz zngagzd -in thz mzncantilz bu6-inzi6 hznz 
and a yzan latzn zntzfizd -into panXnzn-i,hip with H. A. Mm, thz i-inm izlLing out latzn to 
E. Hungzn. Thii -i& thz bu&lnz66 now conductzd by Lindzkz, Kj'zlitnup-S.Co . Mwayi actlxjz 
In thz pnomotion o^ any zntznpnl&z ion thz public good, hz donatzd to zvznything hz dzzmzd 
wonXhy. 

In polltlci hz wa& a itaunck lizpubllcan, and dunlng hi6 zntAAZ potitlcal canzzn was 
cZo^zZy a&6ocljatzd with Sznaton UcCumbzn, bzlng onz o^ thz ilni>t to pnopoAZ thz lattzn'i, 
namz ion thz position oi Unltzd Statz6 Sznaton. A cloi>z pzni>onal inlzndship zxZ&tzd bz- 
tiozzn thz two ion 25 yzan& , and thz Sznaton wa& a inzquznt v-i&lton to thz bzautliul countny 
homz at Lakz Et&lz. It wa& a mattzn oi cormznt that Col. HanklnliOn glonlzd moKZ In thz 
4ucce64 oi Sznaton UcCumbzn than li hz himizti had achizvzd UJiz advancemznt. 

Mo gnzatzn tn-ibutz could fee paid to hl6 mmony than thz izaJilng oi pzn&oruxZ bznzavz- 
mznt that wa& zxpnzi,6zd on zvzny iacz In hi& homz town iollowlng thz announczmznt oi hi& 
dzath. 

Vzcea&zd wa& bonn -in Gnand Ra,pidi , MI., Szptembzn 7th, 1S4T, and hz nzanly nzachzd 
thz aZlotzd agz oi thnzz 6conz and tzn. He wa& nzanzd In Gnand RapZdi, whznz hz llvzd 
until thz bnzakZng out oi thz CZvlZ Wan, whzn hz zntiitzd In Augu&t oi 1861 , In Company p 
Eighth HichU-gan Volantzzn. Iniantny, and wa& with thojn unt-il Januany 30th, 1S63, whzn hz 
wa& di6changzd on account oi wound6 nzczlvzd. at thz battlz oi Wilmington l4£ancf, GA. He 
nztannzd to Gnand Rapldi and thzn nz-znLiitzd In thz Thlntzznth Hichigan Light Antillzfiy 
and iznvzd to thz clo&z oi thz wan. He pantlclpatzd In thz battlzk at Pocotallgo, Pont 
RoyaZ, Font PuZa&kl and Wilmington Inland, and latzn at Antiztam, South Mountain, Fnzdzn- 
Ickibung and mlnon zngagzmznti until thz cloAZ oi thz ittnugglz. He nzczivzd a wound In 

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thz tzit wAAJit cut WAJbnLngton T^Zand, wlvidi cmiie.d Ivii (icAc/iotge and upon hid A.z-zntil>t- 
mznt -en ihz ThAJitzznth ULchyLgan Light hvLWiojui hz wcu, comiru^i^onejd FZut SzAgzant, He 
uxii a ZoyaZ and imiz ioldA.eA and 6Zfivzd {^oK thz pKeMAvatlon OfJ hii coantfiy. 

A^teA liAj, KztuJin {^nom thz wafi ht wznt to IKLnnzapotU , U.H., whuz hz zntzn.zd thz &zn.- 
vjLcz oi thz Hofithuozitvin Tdizgfuaph Co., and. woi uuXh than A.n thz capacity o^ AupzfUntznd- 
znt 0(J comttniictAXin and ai^yiitant gznzfiat &apzfu.ntzndznt 0({ thz company untiZ 1SS1. Hz 
oA^anizzd thz NoftXhMZ&tzfin T^zphonz Exchangz Co., Zn 1S7S, and woa ztzctzd gzntnali mana- 
gzn. o£ thz iamz, izfivln^Q antlZ Uanjch 0(J 7SS0. k^tzn. IzavZng thz izfivZcz 0(J thz Honthvout- 
Zfin Tztzphonz Exchangz Co., Zn 1S81 , hz iztttzd Zn BAyightwood Tou)n6lilp, RlchZand County, 
HoKtk Vakota, ^Zncz wlUch timz hz hoi bzzn a pKorninzwt ^actoK Zn thz dzMztoprnznt oi{ thz 
county and &tatz. Hz contCnazd to dzvotz 4ome -time to thz comtfuictlon o^ teZzgfuiph Linzd 
and at dl^^zA-znt timztt bwiZt thz ^ottovUng: Tfwm Chicago to Hinnzapotii; ^fiom LouliZana, 
Hi6iouHA., to Kan&oi City, HidiouAA.; thz tlnz ^on. thz bankzu and mzfichanti ^Kom Uinnzapotii 
to Chicago, Thz&z havz 6.lncz bzzn ab^oKbzd by thz blz6tzAn Union ToZojgKaph Co. Hz aJiLo 
built thz tztzgnjaph tinz ioK thz Soo KaJJifioad and all thzln. bManchzi wz&t o^ thz Red Zivzu. 
Hz conitAuctzd thz ^lut teZzgrvaph linz buXlX In Hofith Dakota, ofi BfUXldh Nonth Amzfilca: . 
In 1871 , and pzuonally conducted thz conit/iactlon ifiom Moofihzad to Winnipeg, and al&o ^fiom 
FoAgo to Vallzy Czrvtzn. and ^fiom thzncz to Bl&maAck. Hz ha& alio zngagzd In thz fizal utoXz 
faoi-inefii and ^oA. Aomz tlmz poit hoi bzzn a&ioclatzd with hl& 6on, H. L, Hanklnion In thz 
gfmJin commliilon builnz&i In Hinnzapolli . Hz waa onz o^ thz oAganlzzu 0(J thz flfu>t Hat- 
loYwJi Zan\i 0|J thJU^ pla.cz and iznvzd oi vlcz-pAz&ldznt o^ that ln6tltatlon up to thz bzgln- 
nlng o^ thz pKZiznt yzoA. Hz uxu moAAlzd at Chjand 'Rapids, MI., JanuoAy 20th, 1S6S, to 
M-C44 SaAah E. UaJitln, a natlvz of, Hichlgan. Hu. Hankln&on dlzd In Gfvand Hapldi, In MoAch 
0({ 1S74, leaving onz i>on, HzubznX L,, who li now In thz ghaln bui>lnu& In Ulnnzapolli. 
Oufi iubjzct maAAA.zd M/44 Etta. M. Wlt&on, a natlvz o^ Hinnz&ota, Szpt. 27th, 1S76, at Ulnn- 
zapolli. Onz daughtzfi woi boKn to thzm, MK6, El6lz E. Hoiton, now a AZ&ldznt o^ flinnzapolU 
Thz widow 6un.vlvz& alio. 

Vzcza&zd wai, a pfiomlnznt membzA o^ thz Ha&onlc ThatznyuXy, thz OndzA. 0){ thz EoitzAn 
StoJi, Knlghti o^ Pythias and thz Anclznt OAdzA. oi UnlXzd Wo/ifemen. He was at onz tlmz WoK- 
ihlp^at UaitzA. OfJ thz Hankln&on Ma&onlc Lodgz, and had pa&6zd to thz Knlght& TemploA. VzgKzz, 
bzlng a mzmbzA. 0({ Hon Commandzny o^ Hinnzapoll6 . Hz wa& alio a mzmbzA o{^ thz UlnnzapollM 
G. A. R. po&t. Whliz ^Kzquzntly InpAotanzd by hii {^Alznds to bzcomz a candlda^tz ^OA pubtic 
o^^lcz, thz only position hz zvzn. occupied wa& that o^ a membeA o{, thz UoKth Vakota Lzgli- 
latuAz, ieAvlng In thz ^lfU>t iziilon a^teA statehood In 18S9, again In 1896, and In 1907. 
He declined to become a candidate lateA. He was Hanklni,on'6 ilASt postmastzA, Azslgnlng 
thz position In 1889 to szAvz In the leglilatuAe, beting succeeded by H. A. Mm. 

Thz iunzAal wltt be held at 2 PM this a{,teAnoon at Hinnzapolls . TloAol o^zAlngs 
havz bzzn {oAwoAded ^Aom the Masonic and EasteAn StaA {,AateAnlZies , ^Aom-^a citizens' comm- 
ittee, and jjA-om many peASonaZ ^Alends o{^ the {^airUly hzAe, and In attendance at the iunzAat 
{,Aom HanLinson oAZ t^A. and UA^ . Wltson, t/U^s UcKloskey, H, A. Aim, E. L. Kinney, A. Kj'zt- 
itAup, F, 0, HungzA, FAed ^oAneA, Vk. V. A. Young, G. R, Fowlex, J, A, VwyeA, W, J, Chapln. 

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A commlttte. comZitlng oi H. A. Mm, E. L. iCinnm and G. R. FouileA KzpAZiznt thz 
Hanklnion Lodgz No. 57, A. F. 6 A. M. 

ThU a^tztwon ^A.om 1 to Z PH aZJL HanhZmon bLL6Znz&.6 hoaizi and thz pabtLc 6ch.oo-i6 
uzAz cZoizd a& a mafik 0(J Aspect to thz dzcza^zd, and thz tottinQ o{^ thz bztti -in aZi Oj{ 
ouA chuAchzi moAkzd thz houA. o^ thz iZAv-iczi -en HZyineRpoLU . 

Intzfmznt woi madz -tn Lakewood CzmztzAy bz6Zdz thz fizmalm o^ hZ& {^Z/ut uii^z. 

********** ^p,^ ^^ jg„ 

Alv-cna, titttz 5 yeoA otd daughtz/L o^ Hfi. and M/u,. Hzfman Wofinzn., poMzd away Mon- 
day moAyUng. Tkz znd aamz unexpzctzdty a6 ^hz woi -in good hzatth thz day bz^ofiz. Shz woA 
a bfUght tittZz g-OiZ and wZtt bz mli&zd Yiot only by hzt poAznti, bKothzAi and i-i&tzu , but 
by nzlghboAit oi wztZ. Thz fLzmaini, wz/iz laid at Kz&t -in thz Luthznan CzmztzAy, Rev. T. 
H-tncfe conducting thz iZAvZczi. 

********** ^p^uZ 6, 1911 

Wu . Jacob Woti dJ.zd at hzn. homz on thz nohth 6-idz 0(J town SatuAday moAnlng at 

11:30 AM a^tzA Au^f^ZAing {^oK azvzaoZ monthi ^Aom dAopiy, Vzczaizd u}a& a nat-ivz o{ GzAmany 

and camz to HanfUmon uuMi hzA hu&band and {^amity izvzAoZ. yzoAi, ago. Vzczaizd wa6 52 yzaA& 

0)5 agz and -ii> iuAvZvzd by thz hu&band and z^ight chJJidAzn. Thz ^unzAat wcu hztd Monday at 

thz CathoLic ChuAch. 

********** kpAit 6, 1911 

Onlii-imz Nadzau, onz 0(J thz pionzzA &zttZ.zAJ> ovzA on thz AZ6ZAvatton, dtzd at ht& 
homz nzafi Campbztt on ApAiZ Ut. Vzczaizd ^Ztzd on a homz&tzad nzoA thz itatz Itnz vahzn 
thz AZiZAvation wa& opznzd but &otd out about thAzz yzoAd ago and tocatzd nzan. CampbzlZ 
whzAz hz Az&ldzd up to thz t-imz o^ kl& dzath. 

********** ApU.13, 1911 

PASTOR VIED SISDVEHIV 
Vzath 0^ Reu. H. Kunz A GAzat Shock to thz Cormuruty 

Thz dzath o^ Rev. Kunz, pa&toK oi thz GzAman Ev. Chwich o^ thL& placz, which occuAAzd 
at thz E/LZckznAidgz Hoip-itat TfUday Yilght wot, a gAzat ihock to thz conmunlty and was zntiAziy 
unzxpzctzd up to w^thtn a {,zjw houM of, thz znd. 

FoA 6omz -tone poit hz had bzzn Aubj'zct to izvzAz attacki> o^ stomach tAoubtz, but hzAz- 
to^oAz thziz havz yZeZdzd to tAzatmznt wZthout l,znJiow& AZ&uZti . Than&day zvzntng hz wa6 down 
town, though ^ofi a day oA two hz had bzzn ^zzLing badty.,.tn {,act 6tatzd that hz wot, kzzp- 
tng up until a{,tzA thz Ea&tzA 6ZAv-icz6 ion which an zlaboAatz pKogfuxm had bzzn oAAangzd. 
ShoAtZy aftzn. AztiAing ThuA&day zvzntng hz wal, takzn v-loZzntZy til and mzdical hzZp was 
summonzd. It mxu {^oiind upon zxamtnatto n that hz was ^a^^zAing {jAom pzA^oAotion of thz 
bowzti and though -it woi -t^en within hal^ an houA ojj tAotn timz huAAizd pAzpoAotiom wzAz 
madz and thz pattznt wa6 takzn on thz G. N. tAaJ.n to thz Ho&pitaJi at EAZckznAidgz . HzAZ 
-it woM dzctdzd that an opzAation wa& thz only hopz o{, iavtng ki& ti{,z, and thJji woi pzAioAm- 
zd FAtday. It wa& onz chancz -in a handAzd, howzvzA, and thz pattznt slowly iuccumbzd to 
thz -inAoads o{, thz dAzadzd pzAitonltli , pa&sZng away shoAtly a^tzA 10 PM FAlday zvznlng -in 
thz pAZizncz of hti, wZ{,z and thz oldzA chttdAzn, thz lattzA having bzzn dAivzn huAAlzdlij 

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acA044 coantAy whzn a phonz maMogz was A.zczlvzd ^icuting that aZZ. hope, o^ KzcoveAy had 
been abandomd. 

Johann HznAy Kanz wai a native, o^ SwxitzeAZand uheAZ he i-lut iow the. tight o^ day 
on Jan. 11th, 1S66. He mig/uited to Ame/Ucja when quyite. young and um, educated ^on. the min- 
Z&tAy. HZi i-iut change mxl4 aX BanJLington, TA., whe/ie he aiiumed the pa&toAJite o^ the 
GeAman Ev. Chwich am Octob&n. o^ 1S93. ShoKtZy af^ten. he voas, aaiZed to PomeAoy, lA., when.e 
hz A-emaZned ^ofi ^oua yeau, going iA.om theA.e to Aifc-cn, lA., wheAe he lemalned uwUZ 1903, 
coming ^fiom thefie to Hankin&on and by hilt e/vine^t and quJ-et demzjinoK had won the KeJ^pecX. 
and esteem not only o^ the membeM o^ hi(> congKegaton but o^ the people 0(J the community 
X.n geneAjoZ. 

Veceja&ed uxa maMA.ed kptuJi 25th, 1S95, to Hi6A ?auJU.ne Schwa/utz at Lena, JL., and 
0^ tkii union eight chitdAen we/ie bofin, ie.ven oj{ whom afie llviyig ... .Eugene age 15, HenAy 
age 13, OZga age 11, E&theA age 9, Ruth agz 6, Vofui age 3 and Judith age 10 months. To 
the. itKlcken widow and the ^amlZy o^ Zlttte onzi the sympathy o^ everyone li extended In 
thelA. QKeat bereavement. 

SeJvjlce/i wefie conducted at the GeAman Ev. ChuAch Saturday a^tefinoon at 3 ?M and the 
ejdl^lce. wa6 pitied to oveA.{,towlng by 60M.owlng membem o^ the. congfiegaXlon and town6peopte. 
Tfte ca&ket waa laden with ilofuxJi emblems and the AeAvlceA wete conducte.d by Rev. E. SteZzlg 
o{ WahpeXon, a ll^e long ^Alend o^ the de.cea&ed. The lefivlce was a mo&t touching one and 
theA.e weAe ijew dfuy ejyejk a/, the congxegatlon gazed ^oa. the lait time on the weZl known ^ace 
0(5 the paitoA whoie voice had been hexvid ^Aom the &ame puZplt eveAy Sabbath ^oA oveA ieven 
yeoAJt. The leAmon mkm an eZoquent tAibute. to the decea&ed and It wa& a ioAAowlng ai>6mbla.ge 
that illed out oi the chuAch at the concZu&lon of the &eA.vlce. VuAlng the heAvlce^k aJil fcu4- 
Ine&h hou6t6 weAe clo&ed a& a moAk o^ Aepect to the decea&ed. 

Sunday moAning the Aemalm weAe taken on the Soo tAoin to Lena, IL., ^oK InteAment. 
On the iame tAaln weAe the widow, the tiMO eZ.de/,t chlZdAen and MA4. TAed WoAneA. The young- 
eA chlZdAen wUUi Aemaln hojie untiZ the AetuAn o^ thelA mothex In a couple ol weefei. She 
wlZZ be accompanied by heA latheA, Rev. SchwoAtz, who wlZZ aiil&t heA In closing up a^{^alAi, 
heA.t, a^teA which the iamUiy wllZ Aemove to ElAoy, JL., to make thelA home. 

********** ^p^^ 20, 1911 

Max Z^eboA^, Ae^ldlng with hl6 paAe.nti, 6oathwe/,t o^ MufiAay, died Sunday o^ tabeA- 
cuZo/tli, a^teA. a llngeAlng IZZma . Vecea&zd was a single man and the family had Ae6lded 
In Hin.ne/>ota Town6hlp &lnce hli boyhood. The ^uneAoZ wa6 heZd Tuesday, &eAvlce being con- 
ducted by Rev. Wehke at. the chuAch neoA the iamlZy home. 

********** ^p^^ 27, 1911 

PeteA Maxneai, a well known Aej>ldent o^ Robenti, County, died at hli, home In the 
AadZand neighborhood ThuAiday moAning o^ acute Aheumatl&m wlXh otheA. complication/) . Decea&ed 
wa& a man o^ about 40 and leaver a wl{,e and i>eveAaZ chlZdAen. He wa& hlghZy e&teemed by hi& 
neA.ghboA& and It l& geneAoZly ^eZX. that In hl& death the locaZlXy lo&e& one o{, lt& be^t and 
mo&t upAlght cltlzeM. The ^uneAal wa& heZd SatuAday, &eAvlce& being conducted at the. Moa- 
weglan ChuAch by Rev, GundeA&on. A ho&t o^ ioAAowlng {,Alend& extend &ympathy to the bereaved 

lamJfii ********** 

^'""^ ApAU 27, 1911 

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The. Nzdexia {^omltij, {^ofmzn. A.ziZde.rvt& o^ GKe.zn(iaJl.z Town&kip, havz had mofiz than thziA. 
ithoAz oi muionXum duAAjn.g thz pa&t (Jew monthi. Loit iaJUi a daughtzu dizd a{^teji a bfiJ,z{^ 
■iUinziii,, on Jan, l&t, thz agzd hzad o^ tkz {^aiMjbj pat,&zd away, and Zai,t weefe, CZydz, a 
young man o^ 24 dZzd ^fiom pnexmonia at thz ^airUZy homz nzoA Campbzti. Thz old {^fvizndi, 0){ 
thz iamAJbj Zn thli lozatitij iympathizz w^Xh thz bzn.za.vzd onzi. 

* ********* ^p^j^ 27, 1911 

REV. JOHN HUNIIKER 

A mzi&agz wa6 ^.zczZvzd by Wu, , J. P. KZaiulzn. Thwuday announcing thz dangznjoui, 
■Ltlnzii oi hzfi ^athzn, Rzv. John HunzXkzn., at hi& homz Zn UlnnzapoZZj). MA4. KZamZzt, 
accompanlzd by hzfi hoiband and baby, dzpoAtzd at oncz but a>ifu.\jzd Zn fUnnzapoZZi about 
two houM a^tzn. thz patZznt had pai>&zd away oi, thz fiziuZt 0(J hzajvt ^aZiuAz, TKZday a^teA- 
noon, Rzv. KZau&ZzfL fiz^uAnzd to conduct Sunday ^znvZczi hzfiz and agaZn Zz^t ^OK UZ.nnza.p- 
oZZi Sunday nZght to attznd thz ^unzfiaZ whZch un& hztd Uonday. 

Vzcza&zd wai a natZvz OjJ SwZXzzfiZand and wai ^oh. many yzau Zn thz mZnZ&tfiy bat 

fLztZAzd oviZng tc advancZng agz and hoi iZncz KZiZdzd Zn ULnnzapoZZi . He wa& 70 yzau old 

and Z& lufivZvzd by hZi wZ^z and <iZzvzn chZZdfizn...&Zx daughtzfu and {^Zvz £oni>, aZZ oi thz 

Zattzfi bzing zngagzd Zn buui>Znui> Zn UZnnzapoZZt, . Rzv. Ktaiutzn KztuJinzd to HankZn&on 

a^tzfi thz iunzAal buJ: Wu, . KZaailzn and thz baby wZiZ KzmaZn Zn thz cZXy ^OK lomz -time, 

********** ^^ ^^ J9J, 

ELMA 

Wew6 xzachzd oa a (Jew day^ ago o^ thz dzatk 0(J M^ . OZa^ Andzuon o^ Oakz& . M/ta. 

Andzuon Zj> a iofunzfi Kz&Zdznt o^ Eima, and &hz tzavztt a ho&t o^ i/Uzndi hzfiz uiho ajiz dzzp- 

ty QhZzvzd to tzaxn oi hzA dzath. 

********** 

MRS. P. 0. ANDERSON 
OAKES TIMES; VzatJi camz to Wic. P. 0. Andzuon at 10:45 ThuAiday nZght, ApnJUi 2Ut, FZvz 
weefei bzioAz &hz ujznt to thz Sama/utan Ho&pZXaJi ion. a mZnon. opznatZon and Zt woi thought 
that Zn about two wzzk& 6hz woutd be vooZZ agaZn. Bat hzn. nznvou& tempznmznt, iupznZnduczd 
by an attack oi znyiZpzta& tzit hzn Zn a fiathzn. pnzcanZou6 condZtZon one weefe latoA. Thz 
znyiZpztai, wait coniZnzd to thz hzad and nzck and wa6 £Oon chzckzd, but Zt aHzctzd thz 
zntZnz iy^tvn. Thz patZznt bzcamz daZznZxjui and nzmaZnzd that voojy uwbUL 6hz to&t aZZ con- 
AcZouinziA thz bzgZnnZng oi ta&t weefe. Sfie kzpt iZoMiy £ZnkZng untZZ thz end camz. M/l. 
Andzn/ton, who had gonz to HankZn&on to vZiZt hJJ> i>Z^tzfi, wot, caZJLzd back by uiZnz and had 
bzzn viZth thz &Zck onz a good deal oi thz tbnz ion tiiz pa&t ioun. wzzk6 . 

ImmzdZatzty aitzn death thz body waa fizmovzd to thz homz oi hzn nZzcz, Unit. A. R. 
WnZght. FunznjoZ iznvZczi wznz hztd at thz KZiZdzncz at 3 o'clock Satunday aitznnoon, Reu. 
B. G. Jacfe^on oi thz PnzibytznZan Chunch pKzackZng thz iznmon. Mzidamzi> Rydzn and Tabzn 
4ang two beauXZiuZ duztl> at thz iznvZcz. Thz nemaZni wznz takzn to ElZzndalz Cemztzny thz 
next moKnZng Zn thz Eoandman hza/iiz, Hn. Andzn&on, Wi. and M/l6 . Pe^teA NeZion and Ufi. and 
Hn/t. WnZght and ^>on, goZng ovzn by auto. Rzv. C. C. WZMZami pznionmzd thz lai>t iad nZtzi 
at thz gnavz. It woa juit 6zvzn dayA ovzn. a yean 6Zncz hzn only 6Zi>tzn, Ma4. J. G, hiantZn 

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uxu, IcUd auicuj i.n ih.e. family buAy^ng gKoand cut EiZzndaZe.. 

Oczana VoKtdA, oi ihd wcu, known Zn thz zanZy dajj& o^ hfi tilz, wca boKn at HaZtl, 
HanhoK, Nova Scotijx, on SzptzmbdA 19th, 1S50, and wa6 ihzfLZ^on.z nzjJAJbj 4>^ixty-onz ijzolu o^ 
agz. At tkz age o^ tvointy ifiA.ee &h^ tuoa mafinJ.Q.d to LzmaeZ T. Vumkajn. Thzy movzd to Ma44- 
acha&ttti, -tfience to faJjibautt, MN., thznzz to WahpeXon, thii itcutz, A.n tkz t/ea/i o^ 1S43, 
and ^ZncUZy to HardUn6on, w^e^e deceased madz hzn. homz {oA twznty yzoKSt on a ^anm 6outh- 
wei-t o{, that dlty. FZvz duZd^zn uizAZ boKn to dzczMzd, thz thn.zz boyi, HoAvzy, ffiank and 
^aJUL, having {^aniitiz6 o^ thzln. own and KZkldLing In thz &tatz oi WaihLngton, and LauJva, (Maa 
AndKZW GatbzKtzt] who now A-Zildzi In thz 6tatz o^ Wew VoA.k. Onz daughtzn. dizd In A.niancjj. 
Ufi, Vanham contactzd a zzvzAz cold whlZz doing jafuf duty at Wahpzton and dizd at hl& homz 
nzoJi Hankln&on on Vzc. 31, 1S90. Vzzza&zd wai> again moA/Lczd, thll, tlmz on Ma/ich 13th, 1901 , 
at Hankln&on to M/i. P. 0. Andzfi&on, who A(VlvIvz& hzK. 

Eight yzau ago thz HLzhland County ^anm wa6 dl&poizd o^ and thz Andzfi&om, movzd to 
ShzAldan County, whzKZ thzy bulZt up anothzn. homz nzafi Vznho^^. ThzfLZ thzy havz 640 acAZi 
nlceZy Impfwvzd. Loit ipAlng thzy had a good chancz to Iza&z thzlM. iJoAm and In 3uty had an 
auction 6aZz oi thzAA pzfUonaZ pfiopznty. Ufit,, Andzuon camz to Oakzi, ioon a^tzfi and ipznt 
thz wlntzfL with hzn. nlzcz and Ma.. Andzuon ha6 bzzn hzn.z llnzz Vzczmbzn., 

Vzczoizd was a woman o^ zxcztiznt choAactz'U&tlci . Kind and ^ympathztlc In hzn. 
natafiz, o^ a loving ChAl&tlan iplAlt, dzvotzd to hzA. iamlZy and Ifilzndl,, hzn. iphzAZ o^ hztp- 
)Ju£ne44 made jJoA. hzn. many ^nlzndi, whzn.zvzn. &hz had Zlvzd. Shz wa6 o^ a qalzt and n.ztlnlng 
dZ&po&lXlon, distant antlZ acqualntzd, but thz U-iz oi thz company whzn wztt known to hzn.. 
Shz ii> muzh ml&^zd by hzn. iamlly and inA,znd& . 

»««»•»«««» Uiay 4, 1911 

Ma.4 . Wm. Schuztt n.Zdzlvzji news tinJUi wzzk oi thz accldzntaZ dzath oi hzn. bn.othzn.-lnr 
taw, Auguit Wzndon.i oi Junzaa, WT. Vzzza&zd wa& a itn.zzt commlt,6lonzn. thzn.z and whlZz mlxzd 
up with a injactloa6 tzam wa& thrown hzavlZy to thz gnound, dying Aoo dayi Zatzn. inom hli 
lnj'uAl.Z6. ********** Uajy 4, 1911 

PIEP On Sunday noon, loizph, thz izvzntzzn months old &on oi MA., ojnd MAi . FAawfe 

BormzJUibach, Thz dUtd had nzvzn. bzzn itnong, Thz ianznaZ wot, hzZd on Tuzt>day at thz 
Cathotit ChuAch In Ettzndalz and thz tittZz onz wai laid to n.zi,t In thz Cathotiz CzmztZAy. 
A il^tzn. oi Ma,. Zommzn^bach and al&o a &l&tzn. oi Unj> , BommzA&bach camz inom Hankln&on on 
Monday to attznd thz ianzAnZ. {TutZznton Itzm In Oakzi> Tlmz6) 

********** Uay IS, 1911 

Ma.4. John BzckzA, agzd about 60 yzoAi, dizd SatuAday at hzn. homz In thz noAth 
poAt oi town, Vzczoizd had bzzn a auHzaza ixom gall 6tonzi ion. a coupZz oi yzjvii> and thU 
allmznt with compticatlonb cau&zd hzn. dzath. A ^^onAowlng huiband and AzveAot chlZdAzn mouAn 
hzn. loi/,. Thz iunznaJL was hzLd at St. PhUUp'6 ChuAch Mondax/ ion.znoon. 

********** Hay IS, 1911 



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PIEO A^ 3:45 Wzdmidaii a{^tzA.noon, Hay 17th, Jotham WooZ^esf, aged 76 yzcLU, Pecea6ed 

hcu> bzzn 4UjJ(5eAiiig (^Kom thz -iniVm^itiu, oi advancing yzau ^ofi ^omz timi. and the. znd wcu 
not unzxptctzd. An aged uxL^z and AzvzAaZ gnx}u)n chltdAZJn. OAZ tz{t to mouAn thz to&i) o^ a 
dzvotzd hiLiband and ^athzA. fanzAoZ &ZA.vZczi) wWL 6e hzZd thd, af^tzAnoon at 3 ?H at thz 
homz and thz A.zjncu.n6 mJU. be ta.kzn to Wahpzton ^OA .intzMnznt. A' moKz zxtzndzd ob-itaaty 
mil bz pabU&hzd nzxt wzzk. ********** Hay IS, 1911 

LIFE SKETCH OF JOTHAM WOOLSEV 

Jotham Woolizy wa6 bofin Zn DztauooAz County, Hzu) VoKk., on Jam 2nd, 1836, Whzn tzn 
yzxvia old hz ai,i>ll>tzd hU ^athzA. In touilng boati on thz EfiJiz Canal. Thz nzxt yzan. kz Kz- 
movzd i/iith kU> poAzntl, to VzkaZb County, IN., thzn an umzttZzd w/J.dzn.nZjS>i . 

HoAcJi 17 th, 1S61 , hz maAAA.zd Sabtvina. M. Hzm&tfizzt, who uuXh hzn. paAznti came to thz 
uuZdzAnzi>& o{ JndlaiWL ^fiom Okio whzn but a duZd. Six cSUZdKzn wzAZ boxn to thli unA.on, 
loan. 4on5 and tuoo daughtzn/,, aZZ o^ whom with thz wi(,z and mothzA. iUAuiue hJjn, zxczpt thz 
yoangz6t daughtzA who pa&£zd to hzfi fizuooAd ChfLiitmai, moaning ojj 1898, 

Hz was convzAtzd to thz Chu^tlan ^aXth In 1872 and /izmainzd ^aJXh^ul unto thz znd. 
In 1S8S hz Kzmovzd to Wahpzton whzAZ hz fLZiidzd until 1906 whzn hz fiemovzd to this ptacz 
whzAz hz pa&izd to thz Gnzat Bzyond on Wzdnzsday Hay 17th, 1911. 

At hAJ> fizquz6t hz wa6 intznAzd in oufi Nationat Flag to 6igni^y that hz had bzzn a 
Zoyat SoldlzA o^ Peace oi att paXfUotic (uXLzzm 6houZd bz. 

********** Hay 25, 1911 

OBUUAV.y oi MRS^ MAR/ MAWTKOWSKE 

VzAtk camz Auddznty to Ha& , Hanjy Hanikow&kz o{, EA.zckznfUdgz Tuz&day evening o^ 
lai,t wzzk. Shz had bzzn appajizntly at, wztt a6 u&ual had vl&iXzd with nzighboKi uyvUl 
about 10:30 whzn &hz wzMt to hzA homz at thz cofinzA o^ Szcond StKzzt and HzbKa^ka Avenue 
whtuuL 4f;e fuJ4 Lujzd alonz ion. thz pa6t yzoA. 

An attack oi hzoAt tywublz, iKom which 6hz had bzzn i,uiizAtng i>omzwhat oi latz, 
come on within a iew mimitzi aitzx ihz Kzachzd homz. Shz managzd to gzt to thz G. Bu&ko 
homz nzxt dooA. and oikzd ioK help. A doctor wa& 6ummonzd a6 wa6 hzn. daughtzA, Mn.6. A. 
CoKpniiz oi En.zckznntdgz, but nothing could bz donz and tiiz ilzd within a izw minutzi. 
Thz iunzjuil wai, hzld in.om St. Hany'6 ChuAch at En.zckznAA.dgz Fntday, and intznmznt wa& hzld 
at thz Catholtc Czmztzny. 

HA6. Hanikomkl wai, boAn in GzAmany 72 yzoAi ago. Shz camz to tkU countAy in 1866 
and livzd in ()Ji&con6in, whzncz ihz camz, with hzA huiband and iamily to Zichland County in 
1877. Shz had tivzd, ioA about 75 yzoAi,, in BAzckznAtdgz whzAZ thAzz oi hzA childAzn havz 
homzi. HzA husband dizd 25 yzaA6 ago. Thz chtldAzn living OAZ Thomoi, oi HooAzton, Thzo- 
doAz and Jo&zph oi BAzckznnA.dgz, Ma4 . F. Reinfee oi Gnzat Bznd, HAi. Kabztlzk oi KznmaAz, 
and Hai>, CoApnuz oi BAzckznAtdgz. AnothzA daughtzA, HA6 . AmbAo&ich, dizd izvzAol yzoAi ago. 
Shz i6 alio 6uAvivzd by thAZZ iZitZAi and a bAothzA, John Hakovoih, HAi. Kubu6kt oi Gznz&zo, 
Ham. E\jan& oi BzavzA Dam, WJ., and iltw . Ro^entag oi Tolzdo, OH. Thz lattzA had not &zzn thz 
dzczMzd ioA 36 yzoAj, until lait iaU whzn &hz paid hzA a vi&it. All oi thz chUdAzn and a 
bAothzA and iiitzA iAom GznzA>zo attzndzd thz iunzAol, 

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UVU-ck KobeZt o^ MantadoK fizcZAVzd thz 6ajd new6 o^ ihz dzaih o^ hi& bfLotkeJi 
ChoAZ&y KobzZt o^ Wz&t Bend, WI., SatuAday, and accompayu.zd by Mu . KobzZZ Iz^t the. 
&ame. ruj^ht to attznd the. ^uneAoZ u}hA.ch wcu> held at Wz&t Bend Taejbdojj a{^teAnoon, 

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

F. B. McKean, a&^litant coilUeA o^ the Veoptzi, Bank o{, Wahpeton, and one o^ the 

mo^t pjiominent young men o^ that (Uty, died at ahoat 10 AM SatuAday moAnlng o^ tubeAcuZ- 

o&JU a^tzn. a ^ew montJii WLneM . 

********** jj^^^ j^ J9JJ 

CteAk 0^ Count, Augu&t BeAgman, received a teZegfum Zait TtU.dajy eveyiing, announa- 

Zng the death o^ hU ^atheA at Norwood, MW. M/i. BeAgman le^t on the SatuAday moAning tAXLin 

and viiZt be tkeAe in time ^oa the ^uneAot. , . . ,Wahpeton Timzi,.., 

********** j^^^^ j^ J9JJ 

HUi ELizabeth Relnke. o^ KenmaAz attended the ^uneAoZ o{, heA gAa.ndmotkeA at BAecke^- 
Aidge and ha& 4-cnce been vZiZting at the. poAentaJL home tn BAa.ndenbuAg . 

********** j^^^ g^ jgjj 

-■. ■ ■ HOUSE BURMS J.nthz mCHT 

W. E. Uel6on, voho a&ed to Ae^lde neoA VeAnon, but nou) Z>ive£ neoA HLdaZe, Saik, , 
Canada, wa& oveAtaken uuXh a teAAible mij, {^oAtixne \ vken kU home buAned to thz gAound 
duAying the nZght, 

Thufuday night oi lojtit week the iarUZy oi Ma. NeZ6on weAe awakened to ilnd theZt 

home. A.n ItameJ). The otdzA memfceAa had no dlUlcxiJitij In escaping, bat the yoangeA chiid- 

Aen who weAe iZeeping in the uppeA Aoom& weAe cut of^i {^Aom the 6talu. The eldest etcaped 

by teaping ^Aom a window, the tujo youngest weAe buAned to death be{tOAe heZp coutd i 

Aeadn. them. The motheA neoAJiy meX. death in heA attempt to Ae^ciie heA tittle one4. 

********** jj^^^ J 5^ J9JJ 

A teZejgnam Aenched heAe loit week inionming at> o^ the death o{, HenAy BAandeZ oi 

JeAome, AZ. Hit, many ^Aiend^ wilt AegAet to leoAn oi hZi death. HenAy leit heAe about 

14 yeoAi ago and- woi woAkZng in the. AAizona minzi>. It hoe, not bezn leoAned how he met 

hiA death. 

********** J^^^^ j5^ 79JJ 

OLD SETTLER ii> CMLEV 
Jamzi Shea oi Elma Zi Victim oi Fatal kccZdent. 

Jamei Sheja, one oi the be^t known iaAmeA& in thi& poAt oi the county, iu&taZned 
Znj'uAieJ) in a nunaway accZdent lait ThaA6day night that AZiulted in hZl> death a haZi houA 
lateA. 

M^. Shea, hZi ion Con, and the hiAed man came to town ThuA&day aiteAnoon with. thAee 
lumbeA wagon& and itaAted home in the evenZng with thAee heavy toad£> oi lumbeA. iilhiZe go- 
ing down a ihoAp gAade a miZe and a haZi iAom the home place, the bolt connecting the iAont 
and AeoA endi oi the wagon dAiven by M/i. Shea dfwpped out, pulting the wagon apanX. The 
young hoAieA became inZghtened and began to nun, Ha. Shea beZng j'eAked ionwoAd oveA thz 
load and zvZdentZy itAikZng hZi> leit iide eiXheA on the wheeZ OA geoAZng oi the iAont kali 

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0)5 ihe. Ayig. HZ& Zoad tmA hztutzn the. othoA. two wagom and kit, 4on and thz (vOitd man we.nt 
.ifrnnzd^jitzZy to \iiM a{,4,^tancz. Thz i.njaAzd man wai, hanAizd to Goitav Lznz'^ ptacz and 
ijAxjm thzAz takzn homz. Hz uja& itilt conii(Uoii& and hi& Za&t wofidt, , &po\izn mMUn a ^zu) 
mlnixtzM a{^tzA hz tmi pZaczd on a coach, uizAZ to 4>znd ^OK thz pfu-Z&t at oncz. A momznt 
tatzn. hz pa66zd away. 

Thz accA.dznt occuAAzd at about 10 PM Xn thz zvznZng and hz dizd ^ofity tncnutzi ZatzA. 
An zxairU.natxon ihowzd that thz fu,b6 on thz Iz^t &ldz had bzzn cAuihzd In, punctofUng zaMizh 
thz hzoAt oA lung cavity, 

Vzcza&zd uxLi bo/in -en lAzZand 65 yzau ago, coming to AmzfUca voaMi h^ji poA-Znti, whzn 
but 6lx yzafL6 OjJ agz. Thz {^ajruJUj llfii>t izttlzd In Vlfiglnia, but ^ouA. yzafii latzfi movzd to 
Ottawa, Canada, whzn.z dzczxuzd 4,pznt hli zoftZy manhood. 

In 1874 hz wot, moAAizd to HL&6 UoAy Paynz and o^ tkU union thAzz cJvitdAzn wzn.z 
boAn, aU. 0({ whom ian.vlvz. . . .tUi . Cha& . L. GA.zzn o^ thU placz, CofinzUju> and Jamz&, 3k. 
Thz lattzfL li moAAizd and AZ&idzi on thz Shza ^oAm Zn EZma, Con Z& htWL a mzjnbzK o^ hii, 
^athzA'& hou6dioZd. Thz Shza bAothzu camz to ZichZand County Zn 1S85 and &zttZzd Zn what 
Zl, now EJbna TowmhZp, bzZng among thz pZonzzn/, Zn that tocalZty, Thznz wzfiz ofiZgZnaJUbj 
(JouA oi5 tkz bfwthzfLk, but JzfiomZjah Shza Zi thz only iuAvZvoA. 

Uu . Jamz6 Shza dZzd about twzlvz yzoAi ago. Thzy acquZjizd hzavy Zand hoZdZngi Zn 
zaJiZy dayi and thz Shza ^oAm consZiti o^ zZzvzn quoAtzn. 6ZctZon6 o^ ^Znz Zand, 6Zx bzZong- 
Zng to JzAZjnZah Shza and ^Zvz to thz dzcza&zd. lnda6tAy and thAZf,t havz AZ6uZtzd Zn thz 
Shza bAothzu bzcomZng thz wzatthZz&t o^ ^aAmzn& Zn tkZ& pant o^ thz countAy and thzy havz 
anz 0^ thz ^Znz&t iJoAmi Zn thz itatz. Vzcza6zd was, wZdzZy known and hZi AtzAZZng honzity 
and gznZaZ natuAz won {^OA hZm a ho&t o{^ ^AZznd& . Wctw of, hZi 4>uddzn dzmZ&z woi a gAzat 
ihock to hZ& fifiZzndl, thAoughouX. thz county and iympathy ^OA thz bzAzavzd ^amZZy Zi unZvzuaZ. 

Honz&t, Zndai,tAZou& , gznzAoui aZmoi>t to a f,ajutt, o^ a gznZxiZ dZ&po.&ZtZon, Jamz& Shza 
wa& a cZtZzzn who4>z Zo.6.1, Zj, kzznly ^zZt by aZZ who knew hZm. 

FunzAaZ iZAvZczi wzAz hzZd lAondojy . ToZZowZng a &hoAt iZAvZcz at thz homz, thz AemaZm. 
wzAZ takzn to thz CathoZZc ChuAch, thz hzoA&z bzZng accompanZzd by thz membzA6 o^ thz Cath- 
olZc OAdzA 0^ ToAz&teAi. Hzaz iAom 11 to 11 o'clock hundAzdi oi ^nZzndi, o^ thz icmZJiy wZt- 
nzd&zd thz ZmpAZ&iZvz ^unzAaZ iZAvZcz o^ thz CathoZZc ChuAch o^ whZch dzcza6zd wai, a dzvoat 
membzA. Thz iZAvZczi wzAZ conductzd by FathzAi StadnZcka, BakeA o^ Oakzi, VuzAfi o{i LZdgzA- 
wood, McAAdZz o^ Cog&weZZ, UzyzA o^ faZnmount and SZmon OjJ MantadoA. Thz pallbzoAZAi wzAZ 
aZZ neZghboAit o^ thz dzcza6zd and f^AZzndi o^ Zong 6tandZng. ..PatAick TaZZon, Wm. Schaz^eA, 
John ElLu, Van Swzznzy, W. F. BaZ^lzy and John SchZZtz. Intznmznt woA madz Zn thz Cem- 
ztzAy iouthwz&t oi5 town, 

»*«*»«»««* j^^ 29, 1911 

Thz Zn^ant daaghtzA o^ Ha, and M^ , Augu&t HilZeA dZzd FfiZday, agz, .onz weefe. Thz 
bzAzavzd paAznt6 havz thz sympathy o^ aZZ Zn thz Zot,6 o^ theZJi IZtXtz onz. 

********** J^^^ 29,/9J7 

Rev. VathzA VZZZon, an agzd CathoZZc pAZzit, who {^oAmzAly vZ/iZtzd HankZmon Azg- 
uZoAly, and Zl> wzZZ known to many oi thz pzopZz o^ thZi county, dZzd loit wzzk at ULnn- 



QjvpolAJi . He had been l.n poon. hojiZth (^ofi iomz iumz, and kL& dzath waj> not unzxpzctzd 

********** J^ ^^ jgjj 

PEATH oi WM. WTTTWAN 
WeJlZ Known RziZdznt Saccumhii to Tabzn.cuZoiZ& 

Wm. B. WAXtman, a. weZt known xu^dznt o^ ouA (Uty, pa^izd away Wejinz6day moA.nA.ng at 
6 AM a^tsA an Ztinz&i o£ ^tveAoZ monthi. TubzA.cuto&AJ> add& onotheA Vyictm to tkz dzath 
KoJUL, though zvzAytking po66A.btz wa& donz to pKzvznt thz AJVLoadi, o^ thz (icieoie. 

Vzcza&zd woi a natlvz OiJ ZLchiand County, havZag^ bzzn bofin on a ^anm about 6-ix 
nUZz& noKtk ojj tivik pZacz 33 yzau ago, Junz 12th, H7S. He ha6 Kzi>A.dzd A.n tkz county aZt 
1ruJ> -U-iz and -ti known :diKoughout thli izction. Six yzau ago hz wat> mafifUzd to HL64t MoA- 
goAzt Tax and Oj{ -tfuta un^ion two zhiZdKzn iujvjamz him, both gitZi, agzd two and ^ouA yzau, 
AzitpzctA.vzty . Hz AJ> aZ&o iun.vA.vzd by onz bKothzfi and {^oa/i &ii,tzfU>, EoAnzy WAJttmzn, o^ HoK- 
man, Ca66 County; Uti . Hznman BZadow, o^ thAj, pZa.cz; Mt^ . Vzttz, o^ OJaApeXon, a manjU.zd 
i,Aj>tzn. Jin St. Paul and anothzn. In thz nofithzfin pafit o^ thi& itatz. Haj> paAznti dizd at 
Wahpzton on thz icmz day about thfizz yzau ago. 

Vzcza&zd wai a mmbzn. o^ -the Cathotic Ondzn. o{, FoKzitzu and o^ thz Woodmzn 0(J thz 
WonZd, caAAifZng JU{,z ZmuAancz OjJ $1 ,000 and in thz Tofiutvut and $2,000 In thz W, 0. W. 

About two yeo/Li ago it wa& ^iut noticzd that hi& hzatth wa& ^oiLing but not ^OA. 
izvzAot months wa& it known that tubzKcuto&iJi wa6 thz caa&z. Thz tattzfi panX o^ MoAcfi 
o£ thi& yzoA. hz wa& takzn to a ho.ipiX.aJL in St. PauZ (JoA. tAzatrnznt and taXzn. woi an inmaXz 
oi thz BAZckznAidgz Ho&piXaJi {^ofi about a wzzk, but though zvzAything wa6 donz to chzck thz 
AjnAoadi oi{ thz dl&za&z hz conXinuzd to ^aiZ fiapidJby, He woi brought homz thfizz weefos ago. 
Thz zvzni.ng bz^ofiz hi& dzath hz wai, abtz to walk anound thz yaxd, but duAi.ng thz night wa& 
taJizn wiXh a linking ipelZ {^Aom which hz nzvzA AaLLizd. 

Thz dzcza6zd wa& a man o^ quizt disposition, and induit/iiouA and o^ zxczlZznt chan.- 
actzx, and hL& untimely end i6 moufinzd by a ZoAgz djictz oi$ acquaintance. Thz 4>tAickzn 
uiidow and liXtLz onu havz thz hzanXfiZtt 6ynpathy o^ ail in thziA ton. 

Thz ^unzAoZ wiJUL be hztd tomofuww, izuviczi, bzlng conductzd at St. ?hAJULip'i> ChuAch 
at 10:30 AM. IntzAmznt wiZi bz madz in thz Cathotic CejnztzAy. 

********** jj^ J3^ ,gj, 

VIEV BY OWN HAND 
Ffuink Johnson Took Poison with PataJi Rz&uLU 

pKonk Johnson, a pAo6pZAou& Swzdish AZ&idznt, committed iaici.dz at an zoAty hooA 
Monday mofining at thz homz o£ his daughtzA, Has. BzAnt Kznni.ck, by taking a doiz oi 4>tAy- 
chninz. 

Vzczaszd, who has aZwayi bzzn iomewhaX zcczntAic, aAAivzd SaXuAdaiy night ^Aom Ray, 
NP., whzAZ hz owni, a hat^ szcXion o^ land and wznt at oncz to thz homz 0(J his daiightzA. in 
thz southwest paAt ol town. HzAz he Aemained oveA Sunday and wa& appafizntly in his uiual 
condition physically and mzntalZy. He occupied a bed wiXh H. Ag^e and oAose shoAXly beioAe 
six AM Monday moAning and went down staiAS . Hz AztuAnzd to bzd soon but M^. AgA.e noticzd 
that hz was shivzAing and appoAentZy ill. AgAZ spokz to him and hz Azptizd that hz was iZZ 

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buut uJouZd icm no moKz. AgfLZ than caZlzd Mk. KzyirUck and by thz time, thz latteA afvuvzd 
Johnion woi dyZng. Vk. McVonelZ wcu> ^rmzdAjvtzty ^uimonzd but thz man waj> dzad bz^o^z hz 
oAAyLvzd, 

VowmtaJjii, undzfL a imaZL oJit 6tovz, an empty pklaZ wai ^ound. An zxamZnatain o^ 
ihZi dzveZopzd thz ^act that Zt had contan^nzd it/u/chnlnz. A notz wai, aJUo ^ound Zn John- 
4on'4 handw^Utcng addAz&^zd to AgKZ and tzZting him to"glvz $250 to mama." On thz body a 
Aott 0)J bttt6 amounting to $250 woa {^ound and tn anothzn. pocket $15. moKz. 

Thz body woi takzn to WtppzAman'i UndzAtaking Roomi and a zoxonzA.*i, tnqazit heZd. 
Uatt Jo6t, Ja&ticz, actzd oi tofionzn. and thz j'uAy woi compoizd o^ E. L. KZnnzy, Hznnjy Wtppzfi- 
man and 0. W. Neumann. Thz vzAdtct wai that thz dzcejoizd camz to his dzath by itAychntnz 
poZkonlng, takzn with &utcJ,daZ Zntznt. 

Vzczjoizd was wzti-to-do and ownzd a haZ^ izztion ^anm ja&t acJio&& thz &taXz tinz In 
South VaJiotcL whzAZ hz fizbtdzd £oA. many yzafu, and wa& ujzlZ knouin. About a yzoA ago hz bought 
a hat^ izction o^ land In WZEZiami County and tocatzd thzAz. Hz ielt that thz land wai, not 
vioKth what hz patd ^ofL it and thii wonxizd him gfizatZy. He wai, o^ fiathzn. a mofwiz disposit- 
ion and about six yzau ago attempted to hang himseZ^. Hz fiemankzd a jjew days ago to a ^fu.- 
znd that hz did not zxpzct to livz long, and it is zvidznt thz idea oi suitidz was thzn on 
his mind. Vzczaszd was about 60 yzans old and no good fizason othz/i than mzntaZ dzfcangemznt 
is known {,on. his seZ^-dest/uiction. SzvzAoZ months ago hz diiappzoAzd suddznly and was not 
hzaxd ^Kom until a teZzgfiam afiAivzd ^xom a daughtzn. in Idaho stating that hz had afodved 
thzAz. 

His wi{,z was in WiZLiams County and was adviszd by wifiz o^ inis dzath. Shz oAAivzd 
Tuzsday night and thz ^unznxiZ will bz hzZd tomohAow. 

»»»«»•»«»* J^^ 27, 1911 

Thz body o^ an unknown man, zvidzntly a hobo on his way to thz harvest f^ields, wot, 
(Joand two miles west oi Wahpzton zoAly Sunday moA.ning. Hz had bzzn kiZZzd by a Gfizat NoKth- 
zn.n tKain but thz panticuZoA tAoin which caused his death is not known. 

HaZ{^ a bottZz o^ alcohol was (,ound in his pocket which gives thz zvidznt cause 0)J his 
dzath. Hz hid zvidzntZy gone to sltzp whiZz sitting on thz tAack. Thz body was not manglzd 
but a blow on thz head causzd instant death. 

********** j^ 27, 1911 

VEATH or MRS, FOWLER 

VAominznt Young UatAon Vasses Away Suddenly 

Mews 0^ thz dzath oi Mas. Kathnyn FowleA, wi{)Z of^ G. Ross Vowlzfi, which occufiAzd at 

1:15 AM last Sunday moKning, bAought pfcof^ound soKAow to thz zntiAZ community. Sadden and 

unexpzctzd, heA untimeZy end was a gftzat shock to aZZ. 

Hexuit ^aiZuAz following thz biAth o^ a baby daughtzA about 6 o'clock SatuAday zvzn- 

ing was thz causz oiJ death. A sinking speZZ camz within kaZ^ an houA oi thz littZz onz's 

biAth and thz mothzn. nzvzn. fizgained consciousness passing away as in slzzp at a quantzA 

a(^teA one o'cZock Sunday moKning, 

KathAyn foAAest was boAn at Nzznah^ WI, on July 31st, 1SS6, TheAZ shz gxeiv to 



womanhood and /tecexued heA tducatZon, coming to HanfvLn&on ^-Lvz ytaju, ago to makz heA. 
home. MiXk hoji iJUtoA, f^JU . C. L. Hay. Two yejvu, latzA, on JuZy 14th, 190S, 6hz wai 

moAfu-zd to Ma,. G, Ro4>6 Fowtzn. 0^ thi& utiLon two ckLZdJizn weAZ boAn Gzo^ge. R., age.d 

2 ye.au, and the. tiXtte daughteA ^oA whom the loving motheA gave up hex own tifie. 

Be4/cde6 the iofiAow^ng ha&band and the tU)o UXtLe onejt> , decejo&ed Zi AuAvZved by two 
bfLotheAi and tioo iZ&teAi, . . . .Mu . C. L. May, now -en Soikatahewan, Canada; Hu , UofOuJtejy 0(J 
Nzeywih, WI.; Ha. WZti. ioAAe^t o^ Wyoming, and Ma. HoAAy FoAAtit oiJ NeenaJi. 

The laneAoZ wa& held tka> {^oAenoon and wai, one o^ the loAgzit gatheAlngi o^ the kind 
cveA heZd Zn HanfUn&on. SeAvZce^ weAe conducted at the ^amity home on Remaigton Ave., at 
1:30 AM by Rev. W. A. WkiXcomb. The paZZbeaAeAi weAe 0, L. Lindeke, A. KjeJUtAiip, W. A. 
HeZey, H. A. MeAAi{,ZeJid, W. J. ChapZn and W, C. ToAnan, 3a. The Ma^onZc Lodge, OjJ wlvich 
Ua, VowteA -ci WoAilvip^uZ Ma/,teA, attended thz ievZce^ In a body and acted a6 an e&coAt 
duAZng the moAch ^Aom the home to the chuAch, and ZateA on the jouAney to the cemeteAy. 
The. coafeet wai> loaded with ^ZoaoZ o^^eAlngi, {Aom the Ma&onlc Lodge, the RoyaJL NelghboAi 
0^ AjneAlca, the ModeAn Woodmen, and ^Aom Individual ^Alend& o^ Hie (^amiJiy. 

The attendance taxed the capacity o^ the chuAch, and the heAvlce wa& bemitlfiuZ and 
lmpAzi)&lve.. The. ma&lcat nimbeAi weAe touching and AecaZZed to mind the ^act that the dec- 
eased had been one o^ the cholA on many ilmltoA accoMlond. At the ctoie o^ the ieAvlce a 
loiAowf^ul assemblage passed £Aom the chuAch a^teA viewing ^OA the last tune the jjace oi one 
who was known and beloved by all ^OA heA many high quatitles o^ heoAt and mind. 

Those In attendance ^Aom out 0(J town weAe: MA..HaAAy VohAest and Wis. MoAAl&sey o^ 
Neznah, WT., bAotheA and sl&teA AespectlveZy o^ deceased; Ma. and Ma6. Geo. R. TowleA oi 
TaAgo, poAents oi Ma. TowleA: Ma. and Mas. Slocum o^ FoAgo, the latteA being M/i. ¥owleA*s 
slsteA; Ma. HoAfitf ¥owleA o^ GAand ToAks, a bAotheAj Mas. 3. V. GAeene and MAi. Lee GAeene 
0^ Monango; Maa . VenneA and Mas. McGahn o^ WyndmeAe; Ma. and Mw . A. R. MoUlson o{, EndeA- 
lln; Ma. E. F. WlAth o^ MlnneapolAS. 

The pAocesslon to the Hillside CemeteAy was moAz than half^ a mU.e In length and In- 
cluded membeAS o^ neafdiy eveAy iojrUJiy In the community. The laAge attendance at the seA- 
vlce was a stAiking testimonial o^ the high AegoAd In which deceased was held by the people 
0)J Hanklnson. All business houses weAe closed ^Aom 10 to 12 o'clock as a moAk o^ Aespect. 

The sympathy ^ett {^oA tht stAlcken husband and the little chlldAen l& too deep to be 
expAessed In woAds but can be Aead In the ^aces o{i almost eveAy man, woman and child In the 
community. 

********** August 17, 1911 

Ma. and Ma,6. E. A. Lea aAAlved home SatuAday moAnlng ^Aom Tomah, WI., wheAe they 
weAe. called a month ago to attend the ^uneAoZ o^ MAi. Lea's only bAotheA. 

********** August 17, 1911 

l/ERNON The people o^ VeAnon and vicinity weAe shocked on honing oi the death oi$ Ma.. 

Joe Veseck, oi LowAy, MM. Hz was one oi the iVist settleAS In this county, and has many 
iAlznds hzAZ. ********** Ao^u^^ 24, 1911 



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Vupondznt {^fwm toi-cnei^ woM.y, P. P. BuA^neii, a pJiomimnt EndzAi^n mzAchant, 
hangzd Ivunitti TuziduLy cL^t^noon. H-t6 LL^eIzi,^> body ujcl& {^oand hanging ^^Lcm a Aa^teA -in 
a iikzi back OjJ hilt homz and -LL^z had been zxtinct ^on. about ({-eve houAi . Vzcza&zd wai SO 
qzjviti old and Zzavt& a uxi^z and i,z\JZfuxJi chitdn.zn. 

A iad accMiznt occxifUizd nzoA. Fa-Umount Satu/iday a^tzn.noon lAjhzn a 7 yzjin. otd &on o^ 
0. Hatvzuon ^zLt undzfi thz whzzti o^ a thAZihcng tzndzA, ihz vohzzJU pa&6lng ovzfi hii hzad 
and CAmking hZi tc^z oat Zn&tantty, Thz ^athzA uia& delving thz eng-cne at thz timz and 
thz iad'& ^att woi not 4een In tlmz to avoid hl6 antimzZy dzath. Thz paA.znt& ofiz wzZt 
known, A.ziZdi.ng on a ^aftm ^ouA. mULu ^Aotrt Taifmoant. 

********** AugtM-C 37, 1911 

KILLED by SOO TRAIN 
LaboAzn. Was Cat to ?lzcz& Uondaij Night 

Ga& SzldznkAanz, a jjo/un hand who had bzzn uoofiklng on thz Kzyitonz iJoAin nzax Uawtadon., 
wall In&tantZy kllZzd by thz Soo pa&4,zngzx t/ialn zait bound ^fiom Elimafick a ^hoKt dl6tancz . . 
wz&t 0^ thz watoA tank, two mltzk ^Kom town, Monday night. 

Thz accldznt wa& not dl&covzAzd untiZ thz tAoln puZJizd Into thz dzpot hzAz whzn blood 
and haln. wzfiz ^oand on thz whzzli and 6pAlngA o^ thz znglnz. Thz ^Azlght cAzw wad notl^lzd 
at FoAman to fee on thz lookout £oA thz body and BAakzjT^an Cha6. Gaowz fwdz thz pilot ojj thz 
^Kzlght {^fiom thzAZ until thz body wai> ^oand oil, abovz itatzd. Thz dlicovzAy o£ thz body wa& 
not madz In timz to p/izvznt thz {^Kzlght {^Kom pairing ovzA It and thz Azmalni, WZKZ Iz^t 
antouchzd until plckzd up by thz izctlon CAZW ZatzA In thz night and brought In to WlppZA- 
man'4 UndzAtaklng fwom&. Thz body wa& tzfinJJbly mutlLatzd, and It ll, zvldznt thz man had 
gonz to ilzzp lying i,quan.zly acAo&li thz t/iack. Thz hzad wai cat 0)5^ a6 wzll a& onz anm 
and onz ^oot, and thz body was a mai>6 o£ bnulizi, having bzzn fioZlzd by thz whzzti loK a 
hund/izd {^zzt on. monz. 

Thz body wait not ldzYitl{^lzd until Tuziday af^tzKnoon whzn papzAl, ^ound In thz pockzti 
ptovzd thz man'6 Idzntlty bzyond a doubt. A iult coiz and 6omz clothing puAchoizd hzAZ (Mon- 
day wzfLZ al&o Idzntl^lzd by Wm. Gaowz. W. G. HznAl^lzld Zlkewl&z Idzntl^lzd a hat and othzn. 
gaAmznti . 

SzldznkAanz had bzzn woAklng at thz Kzy&tonz f\Ofi iomz tlmz and a bnothzA, Hzfman Szl- 
dznkAanz, had bzzn zmployzd thzAz ^oA izveAol 6zai,on& but Iz^t ion. St. Paul on Aug. 17th 
owing to Itlnz/,^. Thz victim oiJ thz accldznt quit woKk Monday and camz to Hanklnlion, 6pznd-- 
Ing thz zntiAZ day hzAz. Hz itatzjd to hZvzAol pzA.&on6 that hz Intzndzd to go to LidgzA- 
wood and puAcha6z a tickzt to Canada ^nom Movla6 Bno6 . Evldzntly with thli, znd In view 
hz itoAtzd to walk down thz tnack and may havz bzzn Intoxicated ai bottlzi, containing tlq- 
uoA wzAZ ^ound In hlM gnlp. In any zvznt hz pAobably wznt to l>lzzp on thz nrul& and wai 
not 4een by thz cn.ew ojj thz branch pa6i,zngzA tAoln. 

An Inqaz&t wai, hzld Tuz&day a(,tzAnoon, Ju&tlcz Matt 3o6t acting as cononzA, and a 
vzAdlct ^ound In accoAdancz with thz {^acti, ai, glvzn abovz. Vzcza&zd wai a man o{, pAobably 
23 yzaA6, unmoAAlzd, bat had a mothzA and ilstZA and a bnothzA In St. Paul. Thzy wzAZ not- 
l^lzd 0(5 thz accldzYVt a6 soon as thz body wojs Idzntl^lzd, 



The. motkeA <vuu.vzd Zjcat zve.ning and accompanied thz body to St. Pout wheAZ It uiUit 

be. btxAj.ed, **»««««« 

Sqjtmbtn. 7, 1911 

Mu6Ki. EduoAd and John Lokzn we/te notl^Zzd TfuAajj o{^ the. death o^ theJA 6maZZ 

Nephew Mined token, ion oiJ PeXet token, who fiei^ldet, at CanJUZie, UN. The chJJLd woa 

ta.kejn. uxLth appendiclZU and couZd not be ^aved. 

********** Szptembeh. 7, 1911 

AnotheA Rlchtand County pAjoneen. pai>&ed to hoA. Kewaxd when M/l6 . Wm. WebeA oi BeZ^oKd 
died SatuAday moKnlng at 11 M. Veczjued woi 69 yeoAi old and had been In pooK health {^oi 
a yean. on. mone, gnaduaZiy ^aZting untiZ death emaed. The Wehen. £amlty came to ZLchland 
County inom Honlcon, WJ,, In 1879, locating on a home&tead In Election 11 o£ what lj> now 
BeZ^ond Town&hLp, one mite iouth o^ Mantadon. Hene they have neilded even ilnce, and the 
hu&band htJJUi 6unvlvei. 

Sljcteen ckitdnen wene bonn to the couple, only ^ouA o^ whom one now living: Auguit 
and HeAman Weben, Uni,, E. J. Enmt and Ma4. Henny Enb. Veceoied wai, held In high e&teem 
among hen we-cgfcbo-w and was a devout memben o^ St. John' A Chundi In Bel^ond. 

TunenaZ &envlcei wene conducted by Rev. Hllgendonf^ at the home Tuesday at 1 PM., 
followed by Aenvlcei at the chuAch. A lange numben of^ old netghbom and ^ntendi wene In 
attendance to pay thelA lait monk OjJ ne&pect to one who was, beloved and ne&pected by all 
voho knew hen, Jntenment was made In the cemeteAy nean St. John'& Chunch. 

********** Septemben 14, 1911 

lnvl.n Sylve&teA, the tittle ^ouA months old 6on o^ (An. and Mm. A. J. Telton, died 
eoAly Wednesday monnlng o^ heant ^alZune a^ten a bnle^ ZtlneSA. The itnlcken panents have 
the sympathy 0(J all In theln loii. The £uneAal was held today. 

********** Septemben 14, 1911 

Albent Oakland, a young man ol 27 yeans, died at the home o^ his panents, Un. and 
Uns, AlbeAt Oakland, who neslde acnoa the line In Robenti County, Tuesday ntght. 

Deceased was a victim oi tubenculo^^ls . About a yean and a haZ^ ago he met with an 
acctdent, ^alZing unden a loaded wagon which passed oven his chest. This Inj'any weakened 
the lung6 and he ielZ. a victim to the gneat white plague. 

"Deceased was a single man, highly thought oi by his nelghbons, and his untimely 
death Is mounned by a lange ctncle o^ ^niends . The ^unenal wlZt be held Satanday. 

********** SeptmbeA 14, 1911 

Among the hinting {^atatCties o^ the ieason In the itate wa^ the kJXting oi John 
WlZlson, 17 yean old ion oi Fnank WlZlson oi Bathgate, who wai acctdentlly ihot while hunt- 
ing Sundai^ and died shontly aitenwands. The boy '6 iathen, Tnank Wlllson, was ionmenty 
itate oil Inspecton and was a inequent vlslton to Hanhinson. The sympathy oi a hoit oi 
inlends hene goes out to the beneaved panent. 

********** Septzmbvi 21, 1911 



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A baby boij woi bohn to Mt. and UfiM . John Ode.nbach yz&teAday mon.nlng bat dlzd a 
ieui houA^ ait^ b^h. •••,.,,,,* SzptmbeA U, 19 J 7 

VIED FROM OPERATIOW 
Wu>. John Jaukl Saccimb^ to Jttnui o^ a Moruth'i VuJULtion 

A mti-ltagz uxu xzczlvzd Saturday announ(u.ng thz dexith oi Ma^ , Anniz Jofi&ki, tac(Je o^ 
John Ja/ukyi, at thz Swedish Ho^pttaJi In HinnzapotU. Shz iucambzd £Aom an opz/iajtion ioZZ- 
ouiLng an ttinz&.& o^ about a month. 

Vtceoizd wai> boKn -en AiutfUa 34 yzau ago and at thz ago. o^ 15 wai ma/uU.zd to John 
Jaukl. Thzy migfuxted to Amz/Uca tzn yza/u ago, joining thz coZony that tocatzd In Hank- 
Znion at that tlmz. Flvz ckULdJizn vizfiz bofin to thz coupZz, att o^ whom luAvlvz, two boy6 
and thfizz glnJU, thz zldzit being a daughtzA o(J 16, 

Vzczoizd wai takzn IZZ about ^oua wzzfu ago and on Szpt. llfvd, mku taken to thz 
Swzdlih HoipltaZ In ULnnzapotii . HeAz It woa dzcldzd that thz only zhanzz o^ saving hen. 
tl^z icoi by an opznation, and thc& woa pzA^onmzd on Szpt. 30th. Thz patiznt ^aJJizd to 
natty ^fiom Iti, zi(^zati>, howzvex, pa^&lng auoay shontty a^teA thz iuAgeons hcd aomptztzd 
thZAjL wofik. 

Thz fLemalns weAZ z&cofitzd {^Kom thz homz to St. Phyitip'4, ChuAch by thz ChAl&tian 
UothzAd Society o^ which dzcza6zd wa& a membzn.. Szfivlczi weAZ conductzd by Rev. Jo6. F, 
Studnlcka In thz pAziiZncz o^ a toAgz gathzAlng o^ gfilzi itAlckzn nzlghbou and ^nlzndi . 
Tntzfmznt wa6 madz In thz Catholic CemeteAy. 

********** Octobzfi 5, 7971 

Thz ZjntiAZ community l& In moniinlng ovzA thz dzpoAtuAz 0(J onz o^ ouA mo&t highly 
Az&pzcted ioAmzfU. CanZ Botdt pa&4>zd away suddenly at hc6 homz 2% mlZz& mAth oi Gfizat 
Bend on SatuAday ta&t. HeoAt {^aUbiAz wa& thz caa&z 0({ hZi death. 

He wa6 oAound attending to hl& dutlzi ai uiual dunlng thz day and zvldzntly In hli 
oiual good health. Vzath came without wanning and hz poiizd away palntzii,ty, Vzceased 
wait a man without an enemy In the wonZd and was esteemed and Ae&pzctzd by alZ uho knew 
him, and hl& kindly ^acz wlIZ bz ml66zd by hl& many ^nlznds . Hz wa& a man o^ exemptoAy 
hablti and high pnlnclptzii , known to all ^OA hL& honz&ty and tAuth{^ulnzi>l) , and hl& nelatlvzi 
and Inlendt, will IzeJi thz lo&6 oi anotheA good man gone. 

Hz tzavzi a wl^e and tmo daughteA& who have thz sympathy o^ all In thzln. lo66 . Thz 
^unzAot was held on Tuzkdaxj {^Aom thz LutheAan Ev. ChuAch, Rev. T. Hlnck conducting thz 
szAvlczi, and the nemalni, wejiz told at ne^t In thz LutheAan CemeteAy. Thz ^uneAal wa& 
toAgely attended. 



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Octobzn. 5, 7977 



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BURNEV to a CRISP 
Cnxiztd f^otheA BuAni, He/uzZ^ and Six ChlidAzn to VexUh 

BoAAlcadZng the. uujidoiM and dooKd 0(J hoA. ^afun homz a^teA hzn. huiband had Zz^t ^ox 
hJj> day o^ ZaboK i.n the. {^leZd, M/!4. Axed Johndon, Hvajhq eA.qht mitzi noKthejt&t o{, BKaddock, 
at 11 AM (Monday moA.nA.ng 4,et ^aJlz to oaZ ioakzd Aag^, and ujaite. about the. jjo/wi homz and buAn- 
ed heA/)Zt^ and &ix chZtdAzn to death. 

Thz dzvzn zkoAAzd bodZzi , bufinzd aJbno&t to a cAAJtp, weAZ ^ound by ^AA.znd6 and nzigh- 
boAj, andzn. thz fuu.nj>, Thz iZamz& voeJiz izzn by nzighbox& bz^oxz thzy znvzZopzd thz homz, 
bat uAzn OA-d oMyivzd at thz John&on homz thz Zimatzti uizfiz bzyond any hopz o^ fizioiz. 

?e/i&on& who anju.vzd at thz 4cene bziofiz thz watii c/umbZzd i,ay thz dooKi> and uxindom 
wzAz boAfUcadzd volth {fUAnAXuAZ 40 thz duZdKzn couZd not z&capz. 

hiu, Johnion had nzvzn. exkcbyitzd any iA^n& 0(J -Ln&anlty, but thii, Sj, thz onty zxptan- 
atcon o^^eAzd by thz huiband lofi thz tftxLgzdy. Hz &ay& hz tz^t thz hovu^z zanZy -in thz moKn- 
JUiQ, 04 iHtuaJi, to compZztz ki& ^aZZ woKk Zn thz i^zZd and Zzf^t h^z m.^z Zn good 6plfuXe>. 
Thzfiz had bzzn no quaM.zZ, hz avzfUt . 

At 11 o'clock hz wa& attnactzd by &mokz ifiom thz dJjizction oi thz hou&z and hafOvizd 
to Zt, to ^Znd nzyighbou congxzgatzd about thz AxUni, Hz Ze> nea/iZy cKazzd oveA thz a{^{^aZfL, 

Thz oZdz&t 0(5 thz ckiZdAzn wai 11 yzan& o^ agz. Thz position o^ thz bodZzi Zndicat- 
ed that thz chiZdAzn had haddZzd up to thzZn. mothzA. Zn a coxneA. ojj thz ZZvZng fioom token 
thz IZaz itoAtzd. 

VfL. Lodgz, cofLonzA o^ KZddzA County, Zi> makZng a thorough examZnatZon 0(J tJiz a^^aZA, 
bat Zt. Zi not beZZzved that an Znquez^t mZt bz nzcz&6a/uf. 

Johmon Zi, a mzZZ to do ^oAmzA and hai ZZvzd Zn Uofuth Vakota ^on. f^Zvz yzafii. Oiopi, 
havz bzzn good and want hd6 nzvzn. tAoubZzd hJj, ^amZty. Hz wa6 about a mZZz dZ&tant {,A.om 
thz hou6z whzn thz iZfiz wa& itoAtzd. 

« ««»«*»«»« Octobzn. 26, 1911 

Wofid wa6 KzczZvzd hzAz SatuAday o^ thz death oi Thank Hughzi, thz cotofizd man who 
ionmeAty conductzd thz KzitaiiAant on thz noAXh 6Zdz OfJ town. Vzcza6ed Iz^t hzAZ oveA a 
yzoA ago Ion thz StandZng Rock fizAZAvatZon whzfiz hz located on a cIjjuji\. VafitZcuZau OAZ 
ladUng, bat oa hz woi tAoublzd wZth dAop&y it Z& pAZiumzd tJu/, wai, thz cau6Z o^ death. 
Hz IzavzA a wZdow and two chZMAzn. 

**t****t** OctobzfL 26, 1911 

A mziiagz woi fizczZvzd heAZ Monday announcZng thz 4,uddzn death of^ John C. BeAnoAd 
at HZnot following an attack o^ appzndZcZXZl, . Vzczoizd wa6 a iZnglz man oi 23 yeoAi, and 
a ton oi Ua. and Ua^. AAnold BeAnoAd o^ Cold SpAA.ng6, MM., but pZonzeA izttleA6 neoA Gxeat 
Bznd. FoA. 6omz tZmz hz wai employzd by Max fJJZXt on thz ZattzA'i ianm nzoA MantadoA but 
Iz^t about i>Zx weefea ago ^OA. ULnot. TmmzdZatly. on KzczZpt oi thz 6ad new6, Ma. and Wid . 
HehmzA. and Cha& . LZeJmann and daughtzA Loai&z, aZl oi \hantadon.. tzit ioA. Cold.SpAZngs wkzAJi 
thz iunznaZ wai heZd yz&tzAday. 

Vzcea&zd wai wzll known Zn thz CAzat Bznd and UantadoK coumtAy and woi highly zitzem- 
zd ioA. hii manly qualZtZzi , Nem oi hli untZmzly death woi a ihock to all, and thz 

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fceAeaued poAznti havz tkz ii.nceA.z sympathy o^ theAA old l)viznd& Zn thii, Zoccutoty. 

********** OctobzA 26, J9JI 

VEATH oi a. PIONEER 
fK&d PfUbbeAnoui VZzi F/iom ApopZzctcc St/wkz 
¥Kzdeju.ck VfUbboAnovi, who 4a)J({eAed a &toKkz oi apoplexy on Tu&&day o^ Za&t weefe, 
pa&izd auiay cut hll> old homz In G^zzridalz on Sunday, Oct. 29th, at 11:30 AM. Hi& conditAXin 
uxLi gnavz iiom thz i^fi&t and thz znd woi, no iuAp/U&z, 

FKzdzfUck CoaZ Auga&t VfUbbzAnow ukw boKn on Vzc. )Sth, 1S42, nzan. Sttttln, Vomzfi- 
anla, Gzmany. HeAZ hz wa& ma/ifUzd in 1S63, and o^ tfUs anion ^ivz ckitdfizn wznz boln, 

but tu]o oi whom OAZ living daughtzu Kz&iding in Vznmont and Wonewoc, WT,, fizipzct- 

ivzly. We iought in thz liloA. oi 1866 agatnst AuitAia and did goAAAMon duty in thz (Ua/i oi 
1870 - 11 agoAjn&t Tfianzz. He ijrmignxvtzd to iKon Hidgz, Vodgz County, WT,, in 1871. 

Having lo&t hti iiAit Miiz, hz was AzmoAAlzd Junz 9th, 1875, uiith Emiliz liztlow. 
Kinz chiZdfLzn WZKZ bofin oi tki& izcond mafuUagz, 4even oi whom OAZ Living, 3 4,oni and iouA 
daughtzu, all in UoHth Dakota, zxczpt onz daughtzu, who Z& in Canada. 

Vzcza6zd locatzd in Rtchland County in 1892, settling on a homz&tzad in GfizzndaJiz 
Town&htp in ApnJJi oi that yzoA. ThzAZ thz iamiZy Az&idzd untiZ 1907 whzn thzy bzcxmz 
AZiidznti oi Hankin&on. It wa& whtlz on a vi^it to hi& ion on thz old GKzzndaJiz ianm 
that hz luiizAzd thz itAokz that caaizd hli dzath. 

Hz id iUAvivzd by thz widow, ninz cKildAzn and 22 g/iandchiZdAzn. Alio by onz 
bftothzA, who attzndzd thz iunzAol. SzvzAoZ. oi Wii, PAibbzAnow&'i ii&tzu i^om a diitancz 
wzfiz alio in attzndanzz. 

Vzczoizd woi a iinz, upfiight old gzntlzman, known and KZipzctzd by a loAgz zinctz 
oi acquaintanczi . Hz woi an activz mzmbzn. oi thz Ev. Luthz/ian Chwick and izfivzd on thz 
buiZding committzz oi thz new chufich lait yzoK, bzing onz oi thz moving ipiAiti . 

Thz iunzAol wai held Wzdnziday aitznnoon, Rzv. KZamlzn. conducting thz iZAviczi, 
oiiiMtzd by Rev. Hinck oi Gfizat Bend. Thz chuAch woi iiZlzd with iOfiAowing iAizndi oiizm- 
blzd to pay thziA lait tntbutz oi Az&pzct to onz uiho woi untveAiolty zitzemzd. JnteAmznt 
wai mode in thz cemzteAy noAthzait oi town. 

********** NovembzA 2, 1911 

TUBERCULOSIS CLAIMS WO 
A. J. Fzlton and UfU. GilZman Succumb to thz VAzad Viieoiz 

ALBERT J. FE1.TOW 

AiteA a bfiavz iight zxtznding ovzA a pzAtod oi about izvzn yzoAi , AlbzAt J. Fzlton 
iuccumbzd to thz infioadi oi comumptLon, poiiing away at 10 minutei aitzA midnight on FaI- 
day, Nov. 3Ad, at hii homz on Undzfwoood StAzet. 

Vzceoizd wai boAn at Bzztown, Gnant County, WT., 37 yzoAi ago, wheAZ hz gAew to man- 
hood. Hz camz to Dakota in 1897, izttling on a ianm nzoA VeAnon. Hz wai mafiAtzd on July 
lit, 1899, to Uiii KoAti who iuAvivz him. Szvzn childAzn wzAZ boAn oi thii unton, iivz oi 
whom OAZ living: GzoKgz, age 11, and iouA tittZz giAli. Dzczoizd ii alio iuAvivzd by hti 
agzd motheA at Haitingi , MW.; thAzz bKothzni: Choi, E. oi VeAnon, SD., J. B. oi Iowa and 



V, J. 0^ VonXLoind, OR.; and one .iAJiteA, MwW. EcuiboAa Uoon.z o^ Hcu^tAjiQi, , MN. 

Ve.cea6ed contactdd tabzAcuZaZi Aeuen yzau ago and 6pe.nX: om /Season <.n VznveA, CO,, 
but KeXuAntd 06 thz change, o^ cJUmatz seemed to a^^oftd no leLCz^, Unabtz to continuz {^oAm 
woAk, he, dUpoizd o^ h^U ^am and zngagzd A.n thz photogfuxphy fcoi^nea^ at HankyLn&on, baytng 
the. MuAAoy 8/iown GaZteAy, which bii&A.nz&i hz continued up to thz timz o^ hi& dzath. 

Hz woi a kaid hu&band and induZgznt latkeJi and tkz ^tAickzn {^anUZy havz thz hzafit- 
iztt sympathy 0(J att in theJJi gKzat bzneavemznt. 

Thz {^uneJuxZ wac held Uowiajy moA.ning, AZtviczi bzing conductzd y Rev. Fa. Studnicka. 
at St, PhZtip'i ChufLch, Among thotz in attzndancz uieAZ C, E, Fztton and ^amity o^ VeAnon, 
John B, Fztton ^Kom Iowa and EdimAd HooAz o^ Haitingi, MM. Thz fLemaim, uiznz taJid to Az&t 
Zn thz ^amiiy tot in tkz Catholic Cemetzty. 

»««»««»««» November 9, 1911 

CORNELIA GJLLMAN 

Tfu-dajj zvzning, Nov. Sfid, ja&t a& thz day m«ls closing, thz ti^z 0(J Ma4. CoKnztia 
GiZbnan zbbzd out, Vzczoizd had bzzn a fie^idznt 0({ HankiYU>on but a (Jew moYithli, coming 
hzKz ifiom lUZton, NO., whzn heA. ha&band took choAgz ol thz cAzameAy Za&t &pAU.ng. ToA 
many wzzk& 6hz uia& too weak to Zzavz hex bzd bat woa at aZL timz6 a patiznt Au^^zteA until 
thz GAzat (Uhitz Plaguz bAJSught heA Li^z to a clo&z. 

Vzcejuzd wat> boAn in Iowa AphZl 27th, 1873. Shz i& AuAvivzd by hzA hu6band, C. A, 
GiZlman and ^oun. Littlz childAzn. Thz motheAle£>6 littlz onzi and ioKAowing hu6band havz 
thz sympathy o^ all in thelA gAzat lo&it . 

Vzcza6zd wai, a membeA o^ thz Royal Neighbou and thz ModeAn EAothznhood ojj AmeAica, 
coAAying $1500 Li^z iniuAancz in thz two oAdeAi, . 

Thz Aemalm wztz ihippzd to Lakz HUZ& , lA., {^oA intztrnznt. Un.. GiZlman i/> expzctzd 
back FAiday and hU mothzA will AztuAn wiXh hem and makz heA home hzAZ. 

********** UovembzA 9, 1911 

Ha, and M^. T. W. Robzy Iz^t Sunday loA PAz&ton, MN., tahZng with them thz Azmalni, 
0^ Ua&. Robzy '6 mothzA. Vzcza6zd wai, bufUzd in thz HankZne>on Cemztzfty i>zveAal yzaA6 ago 
but in accoAdancz with heJi Mi6hz& thz Azmainli now Azpo&z in thz iamiZy lot at thz PAZiton 
CemeteAy. ********** Novembzn. 16, 1911 

VIED: At hib homz in Mo6eXl.z on Monday, Nov. 6th, CoAnztlu6 SpAingzA, at thz agz 
Oj{ SO yeoAi, . Mt. SpAingeA wai onz o^ thz pionzzAi, having bzzn in thz county ovzn. 30 yeofu,. 

********** Novembzn. 16, 1911 

VIED AT WAHPETON 
VofimzA St. Joe Resident Paazd Away P)u,da.y. 
M^4 RoiaZia HaAy BeAnoAd dizd at heA homz on PAiday at 6:20 AM. Shz was boAn in 
thZ& county and itatz on UaAch Sth, 1890, at St. Jo-izph, nzoA GAzat Bend, whzAZ &hz gAew 
£Aom childhood to matuAlty. Shz had many {^nJLzndi and gaZnzd thz lovz o^ aZZ tho6z who 
znjoyzd hzn. acquaintancz. Shz leavzi to mouAn hzA loi6 thz mothzfi, UAt> . MaAy BeAnoAd, iix 
4,ll>teA6 and two bAotheA: M-w . E. M. GAif^f^eth ol Amboy, MN., Ma. kAnold BeAnoAd oi Wahpeton, 



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hOu. Wm. Klnn of, Guzat Bend, Hu&ej, UafiQCtAzt, Vznxinlca., VoKothy, OtLva and Tnank. Uavu] 
^Ax.znd6 and KztatiMU mJUi tong tiosnvnbtfi thz Zo^i o^ a t/vue. and patX.eyvt £AA.znd. 

RzZativti Zn attzndancz at the. ^uneAjol wzAz Ma., and Uu. Arnold BzAnoAd ojj Cold 
SpjUng.6, MM.; Mfi.and Maa. Mo^ BcAnoAd o^ TyleA; M^. and Ma/,. Gzo. BeAnoAd o^ GAexxX Bznd; 
A. M. BeAnaAd o^ liinnoxipoZJj, ; HLkz, Hznnij and Seha6tAM.n KAomzA o{^ Szjx{^oKth, MW., and many 
^fUzndi ^Kom thz St. Jo&zph Pofu^h nexm. GAtat Bend. Thoie. ieAu^cng oa paZZbzaAeA^ wzAt aZJi 
Cou&Zni,; A. M. BzAnaAd, VattA BtAnoAd, Math BtAYUWd, Hike., HznAy and Se.bai,tZan KAjamtA. 
Reu. FathzA ZittzA conducting thz 4>ZAv^cz and thz Aematn6 we/ie laU.d to Aut Zn CaZvoAy 
CmeteAy. ********** NovmbeA 30, 1911 

Max WexZeA wu ^tonmoned to MyinmjapoLi6 tajt,t Ffitday by a murage, announctng tkz d^joth 
0(J fcci motiuiA. VtcQjjJiZd wtw 53 t/eo/w oi agz and had been iindeA ho&pitaJL tAOjutrndnt ^OA a 
diAjorUc OAJbnznt ^OA AZvzAoZ monthi,. Ma. WexCe/i hot, thz i^nceAz sympathy 0(J hii> Hanktmon 
^AZzndi in hii Zo66, 

********** VzcmbzA 7, 1911 

Howand Vykman, ^oA ztght yzaAi> mayoA o^ B/iecfeenAxdge, MM., bankzn., mzmbzA 0(J thz 
itatz NoAmat BooAd o^ MZnnziota, and pAomlnznt Ln polttic/, dtzd at Spokanz, WA., iakt 
wzzk 0(5 ovfUnduZgzncz Zn tiquoA and an attempt to {,a6t. Hz to&t at tkz Aatz o^ a pound 
0^ {fZzih a day ^oA moAz than a wzzk. He deed at tJiz Amzfu.can HotzZ, uihzAz hz had izcAztzd 
hCm&zZ^ Mcthoat aZZouxLng ^Atzndi to know ^iXi whzAzabout&. 

HZi Spokanz hoZding&, oncz bzLLzvzd to havz bzzn vooAth moAz than $300,000, havz 

djoZndZzd to $20,000, Hz aZ60 hzZd pAopzAty In NoAth Vakota, Mtnnziota and OkZahoma. Hz 

wznt u)zi>t ^tvz yzaAi ago and puficha&zd a ZoAjgz hotzZ at Spokanz. Thz Azmalni, mZL bz 

buAlzd at BAzckznAtdgz, 

********** VzczmbzA 7, 1911 

E. K. MoaaaIZ, ^oa tMznty-tMO yzau zdLitoA ojj tkz Gazzttz at Wahpzton, dtzd on 
Nov, 29th, at tkz homz o^ ftli ion. Rev, M. T. MoaaaM at Vayton, OH. Hz wa6 86 yzoAi OjJ 
agz and mJiZ bz KzmzmbzAzd by atZ tkz zanZij izttZzAi In thz county, Hz &oZd thz Gazzttz 
to R. J. Hugea, who Zi, In thz pAtntlng buitnzi/, tn 1902 

********** VzczmbzA 7, 1911 

SHERIFF MOOVy MUROEREP! 
Shot Vzad by Man Hz fittemptzd to kAAZi^t. Thz kk&a&iln wa6 PAobabZy Vemzntzd. 

MimVERER CORNEREV, KJLLEV BY POSSE 
Hanktmon PuA&uzAi Run MuAdzAZA to EaAth and Hz Zi fCUZzd k^tzA a Runntng Battlz In Which 

HundAzdi 0^ Shoti wzAz Exchanged, 
ShzAA.(i{t GzoAjgz E. Moody wad 6hot and ZmtantZy kJJtZzd whlZz zndea.voAA.ng to aAA.z6t 
an unknown man on tkz Shea iJoAm Azvzn mttzi we4>t o^ WakpeXon iMJi>t SatuAdojy aiteAnoon, 

Thz 044064^ ticaped and on Sunday af^tzAnoon, a^tzA a cka&z o^ moAz than 24 houAit, 
wa& ihot and ZmtantZy klZZzd on tkz Matt Paid. laAm 15 mU.zi> iouth zai>t o^ VzAnon, by a 
mZtitta At^Zz Zn thz handi, 0({ a Hanktn&on man. 

An extAa zdttion O)} Thz NEWS, pAtntzd Zatz SatuAday night, contained a itatemznt 
o{^ tkz ijacts AQ ioA oi known at tkat houA, 

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STORY 0^ thz TRAGEVy. 

Thz. Shza. ^anm li> ovonzd by U. S. f^icLUhaZ Jamu> Shza and -L& A.zrUzd by Jafee Stz^e^, 
who, a. moYitk ago, Iz^t It to takz wp hJj, fizi-idzncz on thz Stzvznli iaJm, a nUZz wzit, 

Hz Izit fUi hoa&zhold good&., pAovl6lon6 and ^azl -in thz Shza hoa&z and had not kzXuA- 
nzd thzAz iinzz,antU. taZz SatuAday, whzn hz chanczd to pai,6 thz hoa&z. Hz ^aw a i,tAa.nqzfi 
In&ldz and oJidzAzd him out. Thz lattzu A.z^ai>zd to Izavz and Stz{iiz& camz to Wahpzton and 
obtaZnzd a woAfuint ioK hZi zvZction. ShzfU^^ Moody, Vzputy Otto Vonath and thz dJuMZA oi 
thz tzam, C-zofigz Uooiz, wen^ to thz Shza ijo/wi. 

ToltomyiQ aj> thz convzA6ation uAlck took pZacz bztuozzn thz 6hznA.^i and thz occupant 
0^ thz hoiuz ofi fizpoKtzd to thz aathoAyitizM 

Aa Moody and hii dzpatiz& appfvoacJhzd thz hoa&z, thz dooK wa& opzn, a& thzy got cto&z 
thz doofi cZo&zd. Moody &tzppzd to thz doofi and a&kzd thz man on thz ln&A.dz to Izt him i.n 
a& hz wantzd to dAy hi& {,zzt, to which hz Kzptizd that thviz wa& no placz in thzfiz to dfuj 
hi& izzt. Moody thzn iold, "I want to ijeed my tzam." Thz man &ald, "go on to thz itahlz 
and ^zzd yoan. tzam, I don't caAZ." Thz man thzn laid, "I know who yoa ofiz, you oAz Voc. 
Uoodij, thz Sh(iAA.ii." Moody thzn &ai.d, "Who OAZ yoa?" to whick hz Kzptizd, "I am WzZdzmzifi, 
T am abovz thz Statz, I am a dztzctivz, a Plnkz^utonl" Moody thzn &ald, "AZfUght John, comz 
on oat." Thz man Kzptizd, "li yoa'U /,tzp oU ^^ poKch, TU. comz oat." Hz thzn camz oat 
and had a fitilz and without patting it to hL& ihouZdzn., hz &hot thz ShzAl^ In thz ntght 
ildz, thz ihiAtii &hootUng at him about thz &amz timz. Moody took onz &tzp loAwaM a^tzn. 
bzJng &hot thzn idUi. 

Thz only pzK&on& pKZ&znt on thz pAeml&z& wzJiz thz ai&a&&ixin, ShzAi^ Moody, Vzputy 
Otto Vonath, Mooiz thz dJuMZA, and Stziiz& . Thz lattzn. had hi& own filg and whzn thz &hoot- 
Zng itoAtzd hi& tzam bzcamz iKlghtznzd and hz hafiAtzd to &top them. Hz hal^ ^ztt into thz 
buggy box, hi& izzt &ticklng oat at thz iidz. Thz mandzAZA zvidzntly thought Stziiz& wa& 
tAying to gzt away and {^iAzd {^ivz &hot& at hi& Izgi, thz only pontion oi hi& pzA&on in \}im. 
Onz oi thz i,hot& pa&&zd thtough Stz£iz& ovzuhoz and two thAough hi& tAoa&ZA& tzg cLo&z to 
thz ioot. Thz tzam wa& fuinning in a ciAclz and finally brought up in a coKnoA oi thz izncz, 
whzAZ thzy itoppzd. Thz muAdzAZA huAfUzd to thz Aig and AZmaAkzd to Stziiz& that all hz 
wantzd wa& thz Aig and ioA Stziiz& to got out. Thz lattzA obzyzd and thz outlaw took thz 
JUnz& in onz hand and covzAzd Stziiz& with thz Ai^lz in thz othzn. hand until hz pa&&zd 
oAound thz hou&z and oat oi thz yoAd^ dntving Aapidly iouthwoAd. 

Stziiu and thz dzputiz& thzn tuAnzd thoJji attzntion to thz &tAickzn ShzntH who wa& 
ioand to bz dzad, two bullzti iAom thz AiiZz having takzn zHzct in thz flight &idz. 

Thzy thzn huAAizd to Wahpzton and ga\)Z thz aloAm. Thz &hooting at thz ianm occuAAzd 
ihofitly aitzA 3 PM SatuAday aitztnoon and it wa& about an houA latzA bzioKZ thz alanm wa& 
givzn by phonz thAoughout thz county to fuin down tkz iugitivz and takz him alivz OA dzad. 
Hz wa& known to bz anmzd with a 5S caltbAZ Winchz&tzA fiiilz, thz pAopznty oi StzHzi , and 
had plznty oi ammunition. Thz StzHzi team wa& onz oi thz bz&t dAiving tzami in thz coun- 
tAy and danknz&& aimz with tkz iugitivz &tiXl at loAgz. Hz had bzzn &zzn by &zvzAal ioA- 
mzM who notzd tkz ipzzd with whick hz wa& dAiving, but at that timz izw knew oi thz muAdzA. 

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THE PURSUIT, 

Po44e4 weAe ittvctdd {^Kom aZZ ikz towvn, -tn tkz county, a. &co^z o^ mofiz oi aJunzd 
men {^Kom HankJ.ru,on pcutA-ottcng aZJi tkz Koadi and cA.066Zng^ nzoA town. No dzi-inZtz Kiewi 
0|J ftc4 uihzAzaboiU^ had fceen IzaAnzd up to Sunday mofi.Yu.nQ, though many uiltd fwmofii, weAe 
a^^Zxjat. 

VwUng SatiiAday nlgkt about a dozzn mzmbzAi o^ Company T dfiovz ■into HankA.mon {^fiom 
Wahpzton, accompanizd by Jakz Stz^fiZ6, thz man wko.iZ tzam and gun thz mufidzAZfi had, EanZy 
Sunday mofinlng a numbzn. o^ poiiz& itanJizd out, StzHzi, and V. s) f^cJluxUn taking thz load 
wzit {^Axsm town. At thz Soo fiound hou6Z cofinzn. on thz wzdt zdgz o^ town thzy ^ound thz 
t/iacki made by a AubbzA tJjizd buggy ^fiom which thfizz o^ thz tlAZl> wznz mli^lng'. Thl& madz 
a ihoAp doubtz tAack on both ildzA of^ thz fwad and coM.Z6pondzd to thz fUg In which thz 
mun.dzA.zn. madz fiXi gzX. away, Thz mannzfi In which tkz hoKiz& wzfiz ihod aZ&o madz a pzcutitxA 
tfiack which Stz^^zi fiZCognA.zzd at oncz. Tkll, tfuick wa& ^oZZowzd due 6outh along thz fwad 
poit thz R. H, Hankln6on ia/im to a point thJizz mltzi, iouth o{ Hanklmon. Hzfiz thz tfiack 
woe, toit {^ofi a ijew momznti but It woi iound thz fUg had tuAnzd thofct oAound In thz fioad and 
IX wai, back tfiackzd a 6hofit dl&tancz] Lzavlng thz fwad, thz tfiack Izd tc thz baMnyofid on 
what l& known ai, thz Tfied Tlggz placz, bzlng thz nofith zcu,t quoAtzfi o^ izctlon Z In EZma 
Town&hlp. Thz {^oAn wa6 bought by E, L) Klnnzy thz pait 6ummzA. and thz houiz had bzzn vac- 
ant iJo/L 4,omztlmz pa&t. J^aac Cfwok&, thz new tznant, movzd Into thz hou6Z with hl& ^amlZy 
about tzn dayi, ago. Ai thzy nzafizd thz pfLZmli,z& Stz^^Zi fizcognlzzd ht& buggy standing In 
thz bafinyoAd, lilhlZz HcZlwaln and Stz^^zc WZAZ looking at thz fUg ^Aom a dl6tancz, Cfiooki 
and thz ^ugltlvz wzfiz 6zzn coming {^fwm thz boAn, zach Izadlng onz OiJ thz Stz^f^Zi hofi&zi, 

Thz pwiiuzfU, did not appfwach cloiZA. but d/wvz on down thz fwad and out oi -ilght . 
untlt thz ^ugltlvz dAovz away. Thz McJlwaln filg thzn dJwvz up to thz CnookA placz and 
^ound that thz iugltivz had oAfUvzd thzAz at about 1 o'clock Sunday mofcnlng and had a&kzd 
iofi ^ood and ihzttzfi iofi hlm6zl^ and tzam, i,aylng that hz wa6 looking {^oK a fuxnch In thz 
vicinity. He had bzzn accommodatzd and had put In thz night thzfiz, zatlng a hzofity bfizak- 
^a&t Sunday mofinlng. A wound In his flight hand had bzzn dfiz64>zd by kind hzantzd mzmbzA& 
0^ thz Cfwok& lamlliy . He dzcllnzd to glvz thz caiuz oi thz wound but kzpt hl& fil^lz with 
him zvzfiy mzmznt. Oth.zfiwl&z thzfiz wai> nothing about hli actions to afwu&z 6u&plclon. 

Cfwoki had no phonz In thz hou&z and did not dfizam that hz had hafiboKzd a mufidzfizfi 
until In^ofmzd o^ thz iact by HcJlu)atn and Stz^f^z!,. 

Thz puuuzfu thzn hufwizd on and kzpt thz f,ugltlvz In 6lght ^oK a cha&z o^ AZvzAal 
mllzi thfwugh Elma. Thzy wzAZ oAmzd only with fizvolvzu. He tnjxvztzd Aouth and wz&t, 
pa&ilng thz Fallon, Shza, Bal&lzy, Swzznzy and othzfi lafm&, ilnalZy itAlklng daz ZJUt along 
thz iitatz linz. In paii&lng acn.o&& a 6mall 4,lough thz iugltlvz fial&zd up In thz buggy and 
ilAzd oncz at hli pufiiuzu but thz 4,hot wznt wild. Uzjantunz thz teZzphonz o{,^lcz at Hank. 
ln6on had kzpt In touch with thz cha&z thfiough communication with (^afrnzfU, along thz llnz. 
Whzn thz {^ugltlvz itantzd zxi&t It wai known that a filg containing. Chat,, Gfiawz and othzfii , 
had itoppzd at Vzfinon to fizit. Thzy wzfiz notl{^lzd oi thz appftoach o^ thz ^ugltivz in 
thzlA dlAZctlon and huMlzd out on (,oot, Thzy fizachzd tiiz Koad along thz itatz linz 

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noAXh 0(J VzAnon ju&t cl6 the. ^ug-ctLve. d/iovz by. HeAZ the. {^lut 6hot6 weA.z {^l/ted cut the. 
fU.Q, Cha&.GAowe. and a. mZtitLaman ^AAZng nine. tAjneJi, bat the. dzipeAndo did not fiOMpond 
to tkeJji aommcindi, to haZt A mome.nt ZateA. McT^woin and Vepaty SheAA.^^ Badack dAove. up, 
Ste^f^zi having Zz^t the HcJiwa^ ftLg iome. dlitancz back and Budaak takA.nQ hi& ptace. Hejie 
Badack got oat and Gfuxwe znteAzd the. /ug uiith McJZioain, Gfujwe. had a mititia /U^Ze., HclZMoin 
a Savage ni^Ze, and each had >iz\}oZ\iext\ Two Alg-i, wexe icon pKzk&A-ng thz ^ixgZtlve hand, onz 
cont£U.nA.ng McIZwoaji and Gfiawe., the. otheJi ffuxnk Badack, Town MoA^haZ Odznbach and a mitoUa- 
man, ¥nom heAZ on to the ^XnZih the. fux.cz wai, moit 6pzcXacuZan., Vozznc oi ^oAmzfu, watchzd 
thz choiz ^fiom mjidmiZZl) , bafmii and othzft po^inti OjJ vantage. Thz cha6Z continazd za6t 
aZong thz itatz ZU.nz to a po^nt neoA thz BKown £aAm za&t ojj Vzfinon uUth ^A.eqaznt exchangz6. 
0]J 4>hoti beMozzn thz {^agLtivz and h^M puA&azu. Mo&t 0(J thz ihootZng woi donz by Gfiaujz 
and dafUng thz day hz ^<Azd ahawt 100 Koundi o^ ammanLtion, A^tzn. tfiaveJLing ni.nz mitzi 
eoit, onz iriiZz &oath and onz miZz za&t o^ VeA.non, thz ^ag-ctivz ^oand Xmpa66abZz fuoadt and 
MOi obZlgzd to dfuivz Ajfvto a ^anm yafid and tufin oAoand coming oat on kli oZd tnack and 
diAZctZy facing thz Gaowz and McTZwain fu^g, and stopped. He thzn tuAnzd hii team anoand 
a. maJJL box and Atoppzd a^aln ^OK a momzrvt, thz hoKi,e£ beting bxoadkldz to thz puA&azfU,. It 
wai hzfie that GfioMZ axo&z i.n thz baggy and (J-tAed a ihot dLUizctZy tiiAoagh thz body o^ onz 
0(5 thz ^ag-itivz'.& hofi&z& at a di&tancz o^ aboat iZxty Kodii, kJJiZi.ng ii. ZmtantZy, Thz 
hantzd man thzn Zzit kis fuig bat not bzioKz ilfving Aevefial ihoti at thz fUg {^tiom which Gkowz 
had bzzn iihootin^, 

BEGINNING oi thz END 

Thz kiZLing o^ thz hoK&z was thz begyinning o^ thz znd OfJ thz cha&z which had bzzn 
going on iZncz 10130 Am that mofufung. Thz f^ugltlvz Aan towandut, thz neoAZit baiZding and 
jJoA. a tlmz thz puAj>aeju> wzKz a^Kaid to ihoot owing to hlM pKoxAJiuJuj to thz ^a/m hoa6z. 

At thii point Gfiawz Zzf^t ki& fug and itoAtzd oat a£oot In pafi&alX, Thz {^agltive 
itoAtzd acJvo&ii thz ^leZd &oath and 6hot& weJiz zxchangzd {^K&qaznXJZy) Two men had bzzn 6znt 
oat ^Aom WhlXz Rock and thzy jolnzd In thz cha&z at thl& point. In an exchange o^ ihoti 
betSAizzn thz (JJhltz Rock Deputy and Uc'IZwaln on onz 6ldz and the ^agltlvz on thz othzn. a 
buZZzt gnazzd the. oatZaw'i head ja&t abovz thz Klght eyz and hz izZZ bat wai> not &eAlou&Zy 
hiiAt, thz wound being bat ZaJXZz moKZ than a icnatch. He ano&z qalckZy and continazd to 
waZk ioathwoAd, turning to 6hoot ^Kzquzntty . A{^tzn. a &pfilng 0)J (^oan. mltz6 {,fLom whzfiz thz 
hotidZ wa6 kJJLZzd, and at a point tJnAzz mlZz& we^t 0){ White Rock and {^l^tzzn mlZzi loath- 
ejx&t oi ^exnon, having cA066zd thz big Whitz Rock kavlnz, thz outZau) f^oand hlmieZd 6uAAoand- 
zd on thfize &ldz& . On th.z zoit WZAZ Odznbach and a dzputy {^fiom Whitz Rock; on thz nonth 
and ^oZZowlng cZaeZy wqaz Gkoioz and McJZwaln; on thz wz&t Badack, a militiaman and a {^afunzfi. 
Gfuxuiz wad pKZiilng him cZo&zZy and a iodlZZadz ol 6hot& wzfiz zxchangzd, FlnatZy a &hot 
ihjom a mlLitla nZ^Zz In thz hand& o^ a Hanklmon man poiizd iqaoAeZy thjioagh thz outZaw'6 
tempZzi, and thz man hunt woa oveA. 

Odznbach wa& thz f^lut man to xzach tlxz body. It Zay ^acz dowrwafid and death had 
bzzn ln6tantanzoa& . Thz fU^Zz, Zoadzd and cockzd, wa& 6tlZL hzZd tlghtZy In onz hand^ white 
In thz othzn. wa6 a {^fiz&h cantnldgz. Hz 4>tlIZ had aboat ility fwandi oi ammanitlon. A. haity 
examination ihowzd that SheAl{,^ Uoody had woundzd thz man with hi6 KZvoZveA In thz dazZ at 

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the. Shza {^oAm. One bulZeX had puizd thAoagh thz palm o^ ihz It^t hand and lodged -in the. 
^Itih neoA. thz {^AjiMt joint. 

The bodcf wa6 pZckzd up and ptaczd In thz Eudack fujg and the. fietunn t/u.p to Hankln- 
^on began. The tOied bat 4acce44iJa£ po&4e Kzached thz tcvon ja<Z wheAe It uxa vteiozd by 
icoA-Zi o{i pzoptz icfto had auxLctzd thz ofifusjoL oi thz pafity, 

Thz man'i name on ZdzntiXy up to tkU tunz had been iihuoudzd -in my& teAy. No one 
knew who he woi ok whence he camz, Zixt a compaAAJ>on ojj a photo ^Kom thz itatz pznltznt- 
iojuj 0^ an zicapzd Zmanz convict convlnczd many tkat thz man wa& none qthzn. than ChanZzi, 
MoZinz, an zicapzd convict who was &zn.vlng a Zl^z Azntzncz (Jo-t mufiAzhlng hl^ ^athzA In 
VlzAcz Countif. Thz fiz& embZancz and thz &ca>ie, on thz body taltizd cZ.o&eJiy with thosz on 
thz body oi thz dead man. Thz body wai, takzn to Wahpzton Monday a^tztnoon by Vzputy Shz/i- 
l^i Budack undzt ofidzu ^Kom StatZ6 Attorney WoZ^^z. bJofidzn HeJUUtKom o^ the pznlXzntloAy 
Kzachzd Wahpzton Monday night and 6tatzd that thz dzad man wai, not MoZlnz. 

CAzdlt ^oA thz iuccz&i>£uZ ^Inlih o^ thz choiz bztongs to thz Hankln&on po&AZ and to 
them aionz. Gaowz and UcJivcaln wzAZ thz cZoAZ6t puA&uzu duAlng thz zntOiz a^^tzKnoon and 
mo.l)t 0^ thz tanz weAZ thz onty onzi> wlXhln fU{,Ze fuxngz o^ thz dz&peAado. Odznbach, Eudack 
and thz mltctlcman weAZ clo&z behind. Thz Whltz Rock po6AZ fizndejizd vaZuzablz a&6litancz 
at thz znd o^ thz cha6Z, but pAactlcally thz zntlAz cAzdlt ^oK the 4uccea4 of^ thz manhunt 
beZongi to thz Hankln&on boys. 

Thz AzpoKt 0^ thz cha&z as glvzn abovz l6 coKAZct In zvzuy detail, having bzzn 
poiizd upon by Mz&.iA&, Gfumz and Ucllwaln onz ok thz otheK o^ whom wzKZ within sight o^ 
thz outlaw ^Kom lOiSO Sunday moKnlng untlZ thz znd o^ thz chasz. 

********** PecembeA. 14, 1911 

Thz MOOVy FUNERAL 

Thz ^unzKaZ o^ GzoKgz E. Uoody'* thz victim o^ an assaaln's bullet, was hzZd {^Kom 
thz ShzKL^ii's Kzsldzncz at Wahpzton Tuzsday a{^tzKnoon. Thz szKvlczs wzKZ conducted by 
Reu. GalZagheK o^ thz CongKzgatlonaZ ChuKch and asslstzd by othzK Wahpeton pastoKS and 
thz Kzsldzncz was Inadzquatz to hoZd thz Immznsz thKong o^ pzoplz who gaJhzKzd ^oK thz 
SZKvlczs. Thz caskzt was loadzd with {^loKoZ olf^zKlngs ^Kom alZ paKts o^ thz county and 
thz ^KotzKnaZ oKdzKS of^ which dzczaszd was a membzK took a pKomlnznt poKt and also zscoKtzd 
thz Kzmains to thzlK ilnal Kzstlng placz. 

Thz dzad She^iJlJ was undoubtedly known pzKSonaZZy to moKz pzopZz than any othzK 
IndlvlduaZ In Rlchljand County, Hz Zocatzd In Wahpzton In an zanZy day and his pKo^zsslon 
oi vzteKlnoKy suKgzon KZSuZtzd In a wldz acquaintance among thz ianmzKS. His pzKSonaZ 
popuZanlty Is attzsted by thz ^act that hz was thuzz tlmeA eZzcted ShzKlH. His shocking 
dzath bKought sokkow to many heoKts . 

Hz Is suKvlvzd by a wl^z and thKzz chlldKzn. A pathetic ieatuKZ o^ his death at 
this tlmz Is thz iact tkat thz onty daughtzK was to havz bzzn moKKlzd next wzzk and pKzp- 
oAotlons loK thz wzddlng wzKZ pKactlcaZZy compZetzd, 

Thz stKlckzn iamlZy havz thz sympathy o^ aZZ In thelK gKeat loss, 

********** VzcembeA 14, 1911 

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POSIUVELV IPEMTIFIEO 
Moody' 6 HandzAeA. woa B&fut Hadion, a Fanm Hand 
The. Znqat&t ovqa the. body oi tkz cu,4,(i&iZn who fuLttd ShzAlf,^ Moody li bexng hztd 
cut WahpeXon and mJUL be. ^Zniihzd iomz time today. The. Zdej^tity o^ the man hai been t&t- 
abtiihed beyond quz&tLon. He uku BeAt Hud6on, a labofieJi who had been empZoyed oAound 
WahpeXon, 

'Ai ion. back oi {^ouAtezn yzau ago he worked ^ok Thoi, FZtgeAjoZd and Hevoiy Connolly 
on theVi iajms In SuimuX Township. At that -time he wcw accompanied by kii, bfwtheJi and 
{^aXhe/i and the thn.ee came ^Aom NebKo&ka.. 

He woxked {^oK I, C. ZLemenichneldeA nejxA. Wahpeton ion. ievenaZ. month, la6t wlnteA. 
and ipKinq and ioK. a week i.n OctobeA, o^ 1911 , wa& empZoyed by Henny Elggi Zn GKeendaZe. 
Hz atio woKkzd anound WahpeXon dunging the 4umme/l. 

Little Z& known o^ hie, antecedenti, bat Zt .ii, pKzi>umed he wcw demented. The body 
wZZl be buJu.ed in the potteA*i ^Zzld at Wahpeton at tkz concla&Zon o^ the inqazit. 

»»«»»»»»»« Vecembzn. U, 1911 

GOES to STATE U. 
Medical Students Will VZ&4,ect Body ojj Bznt Hudson 

La&t Sunday mo>uU.ng a cxuket containing the body o{, Bznt Hud&on, 4,layzn o^ SheAA^H 
Moody, onnA-vzd at thz Gfizat NoKthzn.n depot In Hankln6on. It had been eikippzd ^Kom WahpeX- 
on and wai, Inxini, ^enAed iJ/iom thz GkzoX Hofithzfin to thz Soo hznz, being blllzd to I, Lundahl 
at Valizy City. Thznz thz body will 6e kzpt until JanuoAy whzn It will bz oizd oi a demoni- 
tnxUlng 6abjZcX at thz mzztlng OjJ the State UndznXakznj, Aiio elation. 

Latzn. thz body wlZl bz ihlppzd to thz mzdlcal dzpanXmznX oi thz Statz Univ. at Gxand 
FoAki whefiz IX wlZl bz dZ&izctzd by thz mzdlcal e,tudenti . Thz law pKovldzt, ion. thi& method 
oi dlipoAlng oi unclaimed bodlzi, oi cnlmlnali, . 

A couple oi mlnoK InaccuAadzi occuAAzd In ouA AeponX oi the puuult oi Hud&on la&t 
week, Vzputy ShznlH Budack woi thz onz who ilAit dlicovzAzd Hud&on'6 buggy tAack nzoA thz 
Soo Aound houiz. and notlilzd StzHzi oi thz iact by phonz. It woe, Budack who iln&t i>lghtzd 
him aiteA leaving the CAooki, home In Elma Sunday moAnlng and puAiued him ioA 6evznal mile/,. 
Tt wa& he, al&o who notlilzd by phonz thz Gnawz panty at VzAnon oi Hud&on'e, approach In 
that dlAZctlon. 

********** VzcembeA 11, 1911 

New6 Azachzd heAz Sunday oi thz death oi JuLLui Ro66ow at Tzngat, Fatti, MN., whzne 
hz had been undzA tAzaXment at a ho&pltal. Hli, death had been expected ioA i,omz tlmz ai, 
hz had bzen ialting Aapldly ioA thz pait izvzfuxl wzeki, . Vecza&ed wa& one oi can. eoAly 
&eXtleA6 and wa6 a man highly Azpzctzd by all, Hz wai one oi ZicMa.nd County 'i bz6t ioA- 
meA4, having onz oi thz neaXz&t and bzit ioAmi In thii pant oi thz countAy. Hz wltt bz 
gAzatlzy mlt&ed by hJj, many inXzndi, and Azlatlvzi , Thz iuneAal took place on Wednesday 
at thz Lathznan ChuACh, Rev T. Hlnck conducting thz £ZAvlcz6. 



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He £eaue4 a ZaJige. iamlLy oi ch(J.dA.eji to mouAn hii to64>, HZi, luc^e dLLzd AzveAoL 
yzjoju, ago and kib KomeUm uieAZ Zcud to KQJtt huldz htn. Zn -tfie LuXkeAan Cem^SAy. Anothfi 
good man gonz, «»»»««««** PecemfaeA 21 , 1911 

VKTm oi TUBERCULOSIS 
Hisi EmiLiz V/uhbzfinovo Su.c.cvmbzd to Gn.<ijBit WkCtz PZaguz 

Emitiz PAlbbzAnou} puizd away at thz homz o^ hzn. motkzn Zn tkU (uXy at 3 AH Tuz&day 
moKnZng. TubzficxiZo&Aj> with a complication o^ pneumonia, wa& thz camz o^ dzath. Vzczaizd 
had bzzn in ^aliing hzaZth ^OK a coaplz o^ yzau and thz znd woA not unzxpzctzd. 

Bonji 26 yzoAi ago on Nov, 24th, at UayvZZZz, Vodgz County, WI., 4,hz camz with hzn. 
pafLzntb to ZlchZand County at thz agz 0(J 6ix yzoM. On thz ?Ai.bbeAnou} homzitexLd in GAZzn- 
daZz ihz gKzui to womanhood, coming to :^wn with hzA. poAznte, to AZdidz two yzoAi ago. Shz 
&u^^znzd gAzatZy duAisig th.z la&t ^ew yzaAt, oi hzA ti^z but boAz hzA af^^tiction bAouzZy and 
auoaitzd with ^ofititudz thz ^inaZ 6ujrmon& . HzA kindZy diipoAitZon zndzoAzd hzA to aZt with 
whom 4fie camz in contact, and thz itAZckzn ^amiZy havz thz sympathy 0({ att. 

Vzczoizd ijt AuAvivzd by thz mothzA, thAZZ bAothzu and thAZZ AlitzM . Thz iathzA 
dizd two monthit ago, 

Thz f^unzAoZ. wiZZ bz hzZd TfUday a^tzAnoon at thz LuthzAan ChuAch, Rev, J. P KZau6- 
ZzA wiZZ conduct thz iZAviczi, 

»«,»»»»«»« Vzcembzn 2S, 1911 

Vzath zntzAzd thz homz oi ^, and Ma& . FAzd Pankow and took homz thziA in{iant chiZd. 
We aZZ zxtznd ouA sympathy in thli houA o^ 4acfne44. . . . .GAZzndaZz CoZumn.,,. 

******** Vzczmbzn. 28, 1911 

AdzZia EzAtha EZiiz, onZy chiZd ojj Ha, and UfU. ?Azd Pankow, boAn Vzc. 2nd, dZzd 
ChAa,tma6 day. Thz iunzAoZ wai> hzZd yz&tzAday, Reu. J. P. KZaoiZzA conducting thz iZA- 
viczi at thz LuthzAan ChuAch. Thz bzAzavzd paAznti, havz th sympathy oi aZZ in thz Zo&i 
oi thzlA tittZz onz. ********* * VzcmbzA 2%, 1911 



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^972 

MRS. JOHANNA HELLER 

Uu. Johanna. HzZteA dizd at the. homz o^ htfi daaghttn., MA4 . Wm. EnfecAi, In oan. <Uty 
on Tauday, Jan. 2nd, at thz fU.pz old age. o^ i9 yexvii. Peceoied (iztl and bfiokz a tbnb 
^evzfiaZ monthi ago and hoi bzzn anabtz to tend hex {^ofmoA. active ti{^e 4-cnce, and thz accJ.- 
dent coapZed uilth the A.n^<Amltlz& o^ old age woa the caa&e o^ death. 

Deceased woi boKn Zn Ko^kanhagen, PommeAin, GeMnany, Oct. 5th, 1S22. Hen. maZden 
name woi Bauci, esMtz , and iihz wo* maJUvied to TnJJiz Hafiden. -en tkz old cou.ntJuj. Eight child' 
fien wzfic boKn to the couple, o^ whom thfize ^u^u-cue the mo then.: one ion^ Wm. Handefi o^ Kzn- 
ioJL, and tuuo daughter, tJji&. WZlheZnU.na EKozizn who A.e6A.dzi -in Canada, and Ufu, . Wm. Enkeu 
0^ thl& city. FAitz Haxdtn. dZed in 1861 , and deceased wai> mofifUed again in 1S70 to Aaga&t 
HelleA. In 1S92 they came to AmeAica, locating in Hankin&on, whexe the second hLL6band died 
In 1S93. 

SZnce that time the decea&ed ha/, made hen. home with hen. chiZdxen, {^on. the pait {^eu 
yexxM with pju. Enken^, Except Ion. advancing yeafu,^ deceased woi apparently in vigon.o(i& 
health until taken ill about iix weeki ago^ 6ince which time ^,he ha6 been confined to hen. 
bed pant o^ the time. Thz end came suddenly oi deceased had been in thz bej>t od 6piAiti> 
duAi.ng the eanZy pant o^ Tut&day, 

The iunenaZ woa held thii a{,teAnoon, 6eAvict& be^jig held at EmmanueZ'i GeAman Ev, 
ChuAch, Rev, GAabomkyi o^^icixiting. InteAment wot, made in the cemeteny we&t oi town. 

********** JamioAi/ 4, 1912 

Ma., and Ha&. A. M. and Ww. Anton Hul& ^Aom Sa&k., Canada attended the ^uneAal o^ 
thz lattzn'i iij,teA, Emelia. ?ni.bbennou) and one now vZiiting ^ntendi and AeZativez heAe. 
iMumboldt, Sa&k, Can.] ********** JamianM 4, 1911 

PIONEER IS CALLEV 
fAedeAich HedenwaZd i^ Dead a^teA Long Tllne&i 

pAedeAick ^ederwoaZd, anothzA o{^ the RicJitand County pioneeAi, died at kii home in 
thyi& city, Wedm6ady, Jan. 10th, at 2 AM,, at the Ai.pe old age o^ &2 yejOAi, . 

Vecea&ed wai boAn Nov. 26th, 1820 in PommeAin, Genmany, wheAe he Lived until Aeach- 
Ing manhood'^ eAtate. Hl6 ^iA&t wicfje died in 1 867 ^ leaving one 6on. lilm, Medenwald. He wa& 
moAAyied a 4,econd time on Jan. 7th^ 1868^ to BeAtJia BaAtelt, who &uAviveJ> him. 

The iamily came to Richland County in 1883,. Vecea&ed {^anmed with hli, bnotheA, PeAd- 
Inand, ^oA a yenA^ then bought a ^oAm one mile noAth o^ whzAe Hankln&on le, now located. 
TheAe he lived until about ten yejiAi, ago, when the family came to town to AZ&ide. 

He had been in pooA health {,0A ^eveAol yeoAi, pott but gA.eM; woKie about Chnlitmai, 
time and gnadually flailed until the end came yziteAday moAning. 

Vejce/x&ed li iuAvived by a widow and 4>ix childAen: ^ouA 6on6, William, Henman, EeAn- 
oAd and Emil, and two daughteA/, ^ MA4. Augu&t Glanden and Uai> . lAantha Lubenow. 

The iuneAol will be held pAlday. SeAviczs, will be conducted by Rev. GAjxbomkl at 
thz homz at 1 PM and at thz chuAch an houA latzA. Thz Aemaln& will be intzAAzd in the 
cemetzny 4ott«t oi town, ********** JamuxAy II, 191 2 

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Mt64 AdZe S^ece, aged 79, who wca teaching a school noKth oi FAzdonla., on thz Soo 
KiimaJick bAanch, wa6 £fiozzn to dzaXh duAying thu 6e.vzAZ 4>tofm Oj} Thauday night, Shz It^t 
the. JiChoot hooie. at 4 VIA ^OA hzfi boajidlng hocL&z a quoAtzn. o^ a mltz away. Shz to&t hdn. 
Miy and wandztzd nejxAZy louJi nUZu, htn. dzad body btZng f^ound on thz Soo tAack nojoA. ?fLe.d- 
onia.. HoA. paA.znt6 fiUyLda nzax. Napolzon. 

* « ******** JanaoMf 11, 1912 

On Thauday, Jan. 11 th, thz Infant child o^ M/t. and M/Li . PztzA Vl{f^zAdlng deed and 
thz Kemaim vozfie. laid at Aut Zn the. St. Joe CemeXeAy on SatuAday, Jan. 13th. 

********** Janwviy IS, 1912 

Wofid woi Azczlved heAz tku wte.k ojj the death o^ M-w. C. R. ThatcheA, iofmeAty 
m&i Nettle ZcndeAman o^ tkii> place. Shz woi a daughtzn. o^ Mt. and Ua6. O&can. ZindeAman 
0^ Wahpeton, but 4-tnce hzA moA/Uagz haj, fieJtlded at Mcno-t. 

She woA taken JUU. uUth a Zang Infection about a yeoJi ago and galled, dz&pltz thz 
be.6t medtcaZ ikUit, Wi, ThatcheA te{,t jJoA. CaJLLlofiYUja uUth hzA bat i,he wclj too weak to 
itand the tnlp and pa£4,ed away at Med{,oA.d^ OR. Be^-cdea the. itfilcken ha&band, thfiee tittle 
chiZdAzn oAz le^t. Tht body wlZZ be buAled at Ued{^oKd. Vecea.&ed waj, employed on the 
NEWS (JoA. neoAJiy thfiee yea/u, and hzA death corner od a peuonaJi lo&& to 04, 

********** JamioAy IS, 1912 

HAi . Anna McVonaZd dizd at an eanJbj houA thl& mo fining . Whllz thz end had been 
expzcted ^oa &eveAaZ day6, thz newa bAlng6 pAo^oand ^oaaow to zveAy Az&ldznt 0^ ouA town . 
whzAZ dzczaAzd hxu, lived ^oA many yzoAi and won thz {,Al.endi,hlp oi alt. Shz undeAwznt an 
opzAotlon laiit wzek In thz hopz ol iavlnq hzA ll^e, bat compticatlon& ^ollowzd and all 
hopz wai, abandoned eoAly thli weefe. 

Peceo^ed woi boAn at JoAdan, MN., Vzc. 23Ad, 1S76. Shz woa bat thAzz yzoA^ old when 
thz family Azmovzd to wheAz thz town o^ fAantadoA l& now locatzd and 4/ie gAZW to womanhood 
In Richland Coanty. On ApAlZ 16th, 1900, at LidgeAuiood, Ahz wa& moAAlzd to John UcVonaZd 
who 6UAvlvz& hzA. ThzAz OAZ no chlldAzn. HzA mothzA dlzd In 1S99 at MantadoA, but thz 
iathzA, John Wolwodz, itllZ 6aAvl\JZi at thz Alpz old agz o^ SO yzaAJ> . ThzAz aAZ thAzz 
6ll)teAJ, and thAzz bAothzAi, living: MA^ . Johanna LaQua OjJ thl6 placz, Ma& . TAank HalpauA 
0^ fAantadoA Mai,. HiUzA oft LumbzA FaZLi MM., and John, fAank and ChaAlzi Wolwodz, aJLZ. oi 
MantadoA . 

Vzczoizd wofi a mzmbzA oi thz V.oyaZ UelghboA^ , Vzoman, CouAt oi HonoA and thz Macca- 
fceei and coAAlzd $2,500 In&uAancz. 

ShoAtly aitzA thelA moAAlagz Ha, and Haa . McOono/d engaged In thz hoteJL 6a4^ne44 
at Hanklmon and dzcea&zd wa& wzll known not only to thz pzoplz oi Hankln&on and AuAAound- 
Ing coantAy' bat to the tAavzllng public ai) well. HzA znzAgztlc AplAlt and kindly diipoilt- 
lon won ioA hzA thz iAlzndihlp and z&tzem oi all with whom 4>hz camz In contact, 

Thz ianzAol will fee held SatuAday. SzAvlczi will bz conductzd at St. Philip' i 
ChuAch at 9 AM., aitzA which thz body will bz takzn to UantojdoA whzAZ ieAvlczi will alio 

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be. heZd. JnZz/mznt mJU. be made -en ihz iairUZy lot cut the. MantadoK CemeXeAif. 

********** JanuoAy 25, 7912 

A FATAL ACCIPEWT 
John R. lAjrme/man C/ux&hed by Ovz/utuAnzd S-Ce^gfi 

John R. TMrneAjnan, a. weLL known ^oAmeA Ke^Zding -en thz iand kULti, {^ouA. mitej> noKth 
uzit 0^ toujn, wai, CAoihed to death benexith an oveAtuAnzd load OjJ coal while fLeXan.nA.ng {^Kom 
town Saturday eventing. The body wai, ^ound eafily Sunday moaning completely buJu-zd bznzath 
thz contznti 0(5 thz ilelgh box, 

lAjmeAman camz to town SatuAday a^tzunoon and tfiamacted ba&-Lnz6& at dii^^zfient placzi 
and 6ta/Ued home about 5 PM toi-tfe a load oi io^t coal and 4ome {^zed. It Z& ^uppo^zd that 
whllz paiitng a bad plzce o^ tioad in thz 4,and hZtli, hz atightzd and tulzd to hold the 
sleigh {^Aom tipping ovzn.. Hz wa& unable to do &o , and thz ^Izighbox with iti heavy contznti 
watt ovzutafinzd, bunying him bznzath thz coaZ. Thz accZdznt happznzd within Izi-i than a 
quoAtzn. 0(J a miZz ihom hii homz and Iz&i dUtxincz ^Aom thz John WKzgz ^afm hoaiz. 

limmznman'i, wi^z fLZjnai.nzd up until af^tzfi midnight waiting ion. hii n.ztan.n, and thzn 
AztiAzd. Eanly Sunday monjiing &hz ^ound thz muZz team hz had djuMzn wandznlng on the 
pAjolnlz nzoAby and 6he &taKtzd, with them, on thz n.oad towan.d town. A^tzn. going a ihoKt 
di&tancz, 6hz {,ound thz oventimnzd load bat &o completely had Zimmznman'& body bzzn covzAzd 
by thz coal that only a con.nzn. o^ hii ovzn.coat wai vZiiblz. 

She hoitzned to thz John W/iege homz nzoA. by and thz lattzn. wznt out and a^ten. remov- 
ing £omz oi thz coaZ ^ound thz cnaihzd body bznzath. Zimmznman^i neck had bzzn bn.okzn and 
hz wai badly bnuZizd and cnaihzd about thz ckzit and body. Hii death had bzzn imtantanzoui 
and thz body wai somewhat ^fiozzn ^Kom beJjig exposed thAoughoat thz night. 

CoKonzn. WiZdeA wai notified and aAAivzd hzAZ Monday moKning. He wznt out and a^tzA 
makZng an invzitigation decided that no inquzit wai neceiiony. 

Vzczdizd wai about 40 yzoAi o^ agz and leavzi a wi^z and ^ouA imall chiZdAen. Hz 
wai fuUizd in Tlichland County, hii poAznti, Ma. and UAi John ZimmzAman, having bzzn among 
thz eoAZy 6eXtlznj, between MantadoA and BoAnzy. 0^ latz yeoAi they havz bzzn ^aAming 6outh 
0(5 Lidgznwood. About thfizz yzaAi ago thz dzcexuzd ^iZzd on a homzitead in thz iand hilli 
and oi an honzit and wpnight citizzn and kZndly neighboA had won thz e&tzem oi all. Hz 
loJmzd zxtzniively and had planned to cAop about 600 acAZi thii coming izaion. 

Hz wai a membzn o^ the HantadoA Count o^ the Catholic OAdzn. o{, FoAZitZAi and thz 
membeA o^ thz oAdeA attzndzd thz ^unzAaZ, which wai heZd at Lidgznwood today, in a body, 

Much iympatky -ci zxpAziizd ^oA thz itAZckzn widow and iathznZzii little onej> in 

tkzZA bzAzavemznt. 

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A ZoAQZ concotviiz o{, 4)0AAoiAU.ng {^fu.zndii cutttndzd thz {^anejwJi 4eAv^ce4 oi tht Icutz 
Anna McVonaZd loit Tftidauj. Thz body woA {^Zfi&t takzn to thz home, of^ Mw. E. P. LaQua, 
&Zl>teA. 0^ thz deceojerf, {^fvom wfience iZ woj zAcofittd to St, FhiZlpU ChuAch by thz Ck>U&t- 
Ajun Mothzu SocldtLj, 0|5 which ■i>he. wa6 a. membeA. TheAz azamIcu wz/id conductzd by Rev. 
Vaznx o{i LidgeAwood. Thz ccL6kzt wca, loadzd with embZoM ^nj3m the. ^AdteAnaZ oKdz/u and 
IndlvlduaZ ^Alzndi 

The ^lOMvw expKeMed In evenij {^act wait genuine and deep, ion. lew theAz cut In the 
community but who at 6ome time, had been the recipient o^ klndne^4>e6 Ion. which the deceased 
woi noted. At the concla&lon o^ the ieAvlce. the n.emalnt> wexe followed by a long pfioce^&lon 
to thz town tlmlt&, and thence, thz body wai, takzn to UantadoK wheAz 6eAvlce/> weAe conducted 
by Reu. M. J, Simon, 

The KemauiA weKe Zald to fieit In thz Hantadon. CemeteAy In thz tot beside hen. mo then. 
Out ol town AeLatlvzi In attendance weAz Un., and M^a . A. Rui-ieM., of, VoKtage, WI,, thz 
LaXZzn. a ilite/i o^ Ma. UcVonaZd; Gzo , McVonald, a bnothen., aJU,o oi PoAXagz; and Hu] Lily 
Bolt and Aon o^ St. Paul, a 6l&teA. Thz &ofViowlng ha&band and othzA nztatlvzi have thz 
sympathy 0(J aZZ In thelA £o44. 

********** Febmaxy 1, 1912 

KathAyn lofialnz, little daughtzn. o^ G. Ro44 Towlex, died Monday night a^tzn. an UUi- 
ne64 oi a {ein day^. Thz ca6Z l& a poAtlculaA 6ad onz, thz mothzn having pai6zd away at 
thz tlmz thz Zlttiz onz camz Into thz wofJLd about ^Ivz monthi, ago. 

Thz itAlckzn lathzn. ha& thz dzzpz&t sympathy o^ all In hli bexeavement. Thz ^un- 
enaJi woi heZd thl& manning at 10 AM at thz home, iZAvlczi bzlng conductzd by Rev. GetcheZl. 

Thz tiny casket wai dzpo&Ltzd bz&ldz that o^ thz mothex In HlZZ&ldz Cemztzny. tAn. 
¥owZzn'& mothzn. and il&tzn. ^nom Tango wznz In attzndance at thz iunenal. 

********** TzbnjujjJiy S, 1912 

E. A. King and Otto Schnozdzn annJbozd home ^Aonday ^nxjm Tynen., Aibznta, wheAZ thzy 
wznz Aummonzd by thz cnltlcal condition o^ ^t/l^ . Cha& . VajuJUon, lonmznly Emma Schnozdzn o^ 
thli place, A^tzn nemalnlng thznz izvzual. day& they dzpantzd ^on. homz, and haZ^ an houA 
a^ten. thzln onAlval hznz a mziiagz was Kzczlvzd announcing hzn. dzath, which occunAzd Sun- 
day, Feb. 4th, 

Thz family wai, well [iY\own hznz, having nz&ldzd In thli vicinity pnloK to thz KemovaZ 
to Canada about loan yzaA6 ago. Vzcea&zd wa6 Atnlcken with con&umptlon a^tzn thzln. oMXvai. 
thznz and thli wai thz caoae oi death. She woa 35 ye^n^ old and li 6UAvlvzd by thz haiband 
and llvz chlZdAzn, all boyi> thz zldzit bzlng U yzau o^ age, thz youngzit, loun. 

Relatives nzildlng In thz county onz: John Schnozdzn, latheJi; £oun ilitenj,, Wn , 
Choi. Heln, Ma4 . Pztzn Lznzzn. Ma4 . R. BzUln and MA4 . E. A. King; ^ouJi bnothzu, John A., 
Otto, Albznt and Emll Schnozdzn. Thz ^unznaZ oAAangzmznti anz not known but thz nemalm 
will be banlzd nzan thz Canadian home. 

******** * * VebnjjuoAjy S, 1912 

Otz Gnxind ol Ho^lman, MM., dnoppzd dead at thz Soo dzpot at faJjmount. Hz had bzzn 
with hli wl^z and daughten to OntonvllZz on a vlilt and wai nztannlng home. 

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He had gone to a. Kuiaofiarvt ^ofi bfizaklcu>t. The. uohiitZz o^ thz tna^in uxu, hzoAxt 
and Gnand Kan to catch it. The. exciXemznt and VA.otQJvt exzKcJjtZ wete {^cutat. 

********** FefaAuaAi^ is, 79T2 

Wm. Mooi KztjJimd {^fiom KtexandAAja, MW., SatuAday. He. afuUvzd the/ie. ju6t Zn time, to 
4ee kU aged ^athzA bz^oKe. hZ& death. He had fizachtd tkt age. OjJ 92 yzau. 

********** H^^^ 7^ jgj2 

WJJjna Jaz-pkinz, thz tittlz daughtzn. 0)J UA^ . W. 8. W^Xtman, pai,4>zd away at hzA homz 

at 4 AM Monday moaning a^tzA. a long AjULneMl agzd 6 monthi and 8 dayi , Hzn. ^athzfi poi-izd 

away juit S montM ago, Izav^ing hzn. motkzn. and two 4^iew, lAene age 6, and VoAothy age 3, 

to mouJin hU loii . TanzAoZ 4eAu^cei weAe hztd Wzdnziday moHyu.ng at TO o'cZock ^Kom St. Phit- 

Zp'i ChuA.ch, Reu. Vuzaa. o^ LLdgznwood conducting thz 6eA.vZcz&^ and 6hz wa& Zxu.d to ftz&t by 

thz &-Ldz OjJ hzn. iathzn., 

********** 

A mea^oge wo* nzczivzd hzxz yz&tzn.day announcing thz dzath o{^ Tnzd Hitbnandt at 
CoZonado SpnJjigi^ CO., whAjthzn. hz had gone -en thz hopz oi itaylng thz InAoadi o{, tubeA-r 
CJuZjOiiZk . Otto Ueimann, who Z6 a bKothzA-Zn^Zaw, accompanizd han on thz jowmzy and -ci 
expzctzd homz mXk thz body on thz Soo thi& a{^teAnoon. 

Vzceaizd Ij> a voztt known ^anmzn. o^ Gn.zzndatz and whiZz not unexpzctzd,. thz new6 

0^ kU dzath aj> a ihock to hli, many ^nZzjvi&. He -U ^,uAvZvzd by a wl^z and &zveAaZ ckiZd- 

n.zn. A mon.z extzndzd ob-ituoAy wiZZ fee pubZuhzd next wzzk, 

********* * 

Hzn/iy Vuanz Gandnzn. pa66zd away at hZ& homz Zn thU cZty Monday mon.nZn£ at 4 AM, 
Vzczoizd had fceen a 6u{^{fZn.zn. {^Kom BnZght'^, dUza&z with compZZcatiom and tkU mxw thz 
cau& e OjJ dzath. He woi bonn In VairUZZa, hiy., 57 yzoM ago and aj> 6un.vZvzd by a wl^z and 
i,ix chiZdnzn, onz o^ whom [WlZZZam E.] Zs a Soo iZneman. Thz iamlty camz to Hankln&on 
ta6t Octobzn. and havz 4-tnce occup-tecf thz Hungzn dwztting ju&t nonXh 0({ thz oZd ho^pZtaZ. 
Hz wa6 known to but a ^ew o^ oun. pzopZz, havZng bzzn con^Znzd to thz houiz by Ztinzii nzanZy 
zvzA iZncz hZ6 aAnZvaZ hzn.z. 

Thz body wai, taken injom hznz to HLnnzapoZZl> whtnz iZAvZczi wznz heZd Zn thz K, P. 
Zodgz noom, dzcza&ed havZng bzzn a me/r\bzA o£ that oKdzA. TnteJmznt wa& madz Zn thz {^amZty 
tot Zn thz cemztzAy at Ha&tZng.& , MM. 

********** y^^ 7^ JgJ2 

MURPER at FULLERTOM 

OAKES, hW., MaAch 12th FuZZznton, iZxtzzn mZZz& wz&t oi hzAZ on thz Soo, wat, 

thz &cznz 0^ a tnagzdy whzn a young man by thz namz OjJ CoZz wa& &hot and Zn&tantZy kZttzd 
by Pnank Pungan. 

Colz wa& 4,ZttZng Zn a pool haZZ whzn Pangan en^eAed and a{,teA watchZng thz gamz a 
iew mZnatzi puZLzd. a gun and {,Znzd twZcz at Colz. Thz iZnj>t buZZeZ zntznzd thz Izit bn.za6t 
abovz, pai-iZng dowmxvid towand thz hzant; thz 6ZCond znteAzd thz nZght bn.eai>t. Thznz wzn.z 
no won.d& paired, and no motZvz Zi atiZgnzd £on. thz deed, othzn than that thz man wZth thz 



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gun ma6t hcwz bzzn iZA.zzd tamponjivuJiy vuMi ^n&anity. 

Vangan wcu> o/Ltea-ted and takzn to EtZe.ndcLtz, thz coarvty izcut, HZi taiiJe uxa Kzczntly 

ta.ke.n to thz -imanz Hoi>p-itaZ at Jamutown. 

«,««»»,,* * ^^^ j^^ J9J2 

M/L. and Mw. R. J. RointiA attzndzd thz ^anznnZ o{^ Mw . Van HZtl nzoA Vzbtin, SV., 
on SatuAday, ««»**»»*»« 

Thz fiZmoA-ni o^ TKzd Hiibfuindt, whoiZ dzatk wai> fizpohtzd -in ia&t wzzk'A l6iaz, afuuvzd 
hzAz SatixAdjOjj moKYU-ng accompayu.zd by 0. W. Nzumann, and thz ^anznxiZ wai hztd Sunday a^tz>i- 
noon at thz JmmanaeZ Ev. ChuAch, Rev. GAahow&kA. conducting thz &zhva.cz&. VzcQjobzd wai, onz 
0^ GKzzndatz'i pKominznt ^oAmzu and hZ& antimzZy dzath -C6 moufinzd by ati. 

Hz UXL6 a naZlvz o^ GzAmany, having been boKn Nov. I&t, 7865. At thz agz o^ ^.ivz 
yzofu, hz camz to AmzAlca uiith iuM paKznt6 who locatzd in McnneioAi. A6oat tMznty yza/u, ago 
thzy camz to RlchZand County, AZtttlng ^AJiit nzaA GKzat Bznd, Hz wa6 mafifu-zd on May lltk, 
1893, to a daughtzfi ojj (Aa&. F. Nzumann and OjJ tkii union tUJzZvz chJJLdJizn uiZKZ boKn; zight 
40H5 and ^ouA. daaghtzu. 0^ thziz chitdAzn ti*)o paiM wzAZ tiuim, Thz youngut chiZd ii 
tJifizz yzau old and thz zZdzit H. 

Tzn yzxuu> ago dzczoizd izttZzd in Gfizzndatz Town&hip whzAZ thz iamity Jiziidzd up to 

thz timz oi hi/> dzath, Hz uxu, takzn itt zaJiZy in thz wivvtzn. and undznuiznt an opzAotion ioK 

appzndiciti6 at MinnzjipoUj) in Janaaxy, Hz ^ailzd fuxpidty and on fzb, 2Sth, tz^t {^oK 

CoZonado Sp/Ung-i, CO., iuf^^fZAing ^fiom tabzAculoAiA . Hz woa too iJo/i gone jJoA. thz diangz to 

a^fiOfid fizlU.zi, howzvzA and pa&izd away MaAch 5th. Hz wa6 knovon a& an inda&tAioui ciZizzn 

0^ good habiti and hi& dzatk ii a distinct. £o44 to thz conmunity. Thz 6t/Lickzn iac($e and 

f^amity o^ LLttZz onzi, havz thz sympathy OjJ aZZ, 

********** ^^^ j4^ ,9J2 

MA6. ThyAja Novack, bzZovzd uiif^z o{, J. A. Novack, dizd at hzA homz, in thii city, on 
SaXuJvdaij zvzning a& a Kz&uZt o{^ comptLcatio n6 {,oltowing thz bintk o^ a tittZz djaughtzn. on 
Fzb. 29th, Vzcza&zd, whoiz maidzn namz waa ZoZln, wai moAAizd to J. A, Novack in Hinnzap- 
oLii, on Nov. 7th,. 1 9 JO, and 6incz that timz thzy havz AZiidzd in thz Az&idzncz iofmznty 
ownzd by L. J. Ban.nz6 on Cannon Avenue.' 

VufUng thz monthi> 6hz AZiidzd hzfiz &hz voon thz ^Kizndihip and Z6tzzm o^ att uiith 

whom ihz camz in contact. Shz wa4 in hzA 22nd yzcJi and hzA untimzZy end -c6 moufinzd by aZZ. 

Shz i6 6UAvivzd by thz ttAickzn husband and titttz daughtzt, hzA. poAznt^, th/izz 6i6tzAi and 

onz bfLothzA. Thz Kamain& we^e takzn to St. Cloud, MN., {^on. intzAmznt, whcJiz thz ^unzAol 

AZAvicz^ wzfLZ hzZd Tuziday. 

********** u^^^ j4^ ,9J2 

E, P. LaQua oAAivzd homz la6t zvzning ^Aom WatzAtown, SV., whzAZ hz wa4 caZZzd 

loAt ThuA&day by a mz&.&agz announcing thz 6uddzn dzath 0){ hi& bfiotkzA ^Aom hzoAt ^ailuAZ. 

Thz dzcza6zd wa& a widowzA, 57 yzoA-i, old, and Izavzi, thAzz gAown childAzn. 

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Wm. GKtzn oi LaMoJUt TooumlvLp, (^ofmzn County CommUtA^onQA. ioK tkli ciC&tAA.cX, dizd 
at h-c6 fiome yz6ttn.day moKrUng. HzoJit {^cuZuAZ woi the. lrme.cUaX.z came, o^ dejcutk. Hz had 
been ^n poon. kzaZth ^o^ iomz timz but kl6 condUXlon wca not c.oni>i.deAzd izfu.oui. 

iltw. Bzfitha WoQneA, wztt known in Hankimon, dlzd at thz homz oi hex dcaightzt, M^ . 
AZbznt. Wagnzfi, a 6hoAt diitancz ioatk oi Cayuga, Za&t ThuA6day, 

- VzcexL6zd was SO yzoAi old and Xjtt AuAvZvzd by ^Zvz chiZdAzn, onz oi whom Zi Hugo Ha- 
cJtizzt oi thu pZacz. Shz voai a nativz o^ Gznmany and was majifu.zd theAZ to Wt. HachzeZ. 
¥Zvz cKUidKzn boKn oi tkU moAAlagz oKZ Livings Hugo Mackzzt oiJ tkL6 placz, Otto f^achzzt 
who li 6tiZl in Gznmany, Zichand Mackzzi. oi EaZ^ouA, W., Uu'. ktbzxt Wagnzn. oi Cayuga 
and M/L4. Wm. Jlcefae oi AbzAdzzn, SV. A^tzn. thz dzath o^ hzA. iifibt hu&band 4>hz camz to 
AmzAica. Hzfi second hu&band woi a Ma.. WogneA. and hz died 17 yeAU ago. ¥oK 6omz timz 
poit deceased madz hzfi homz wiXh Hfii . AtbzAt WagnzA nzoA. Cayuga. Thz ^uneAoZ wot, heZd at 
Lidgznwood Sunday a^tzAnoon, Rzv) GnjaboiMki oi Hankin6on conducting thz &zn.viczi, hU. thz 
chiZdAzn, zxczpt thz onz who KZiidzi) in GzAmany'^ wzAZ in attzndancz at thz iunznjot, 

Gfuindma NzhmeA, thz aged motkzfi o^ Wm. HeJmzJi o£ BeZ^oAd, dizd at thz homz ojj hzn. 
ion yzitzfiday Jn^inmitizi incidznt to advancing yzau cau&zd heA. death. 

Thz iunzAjot wiU. be hzZd ffuday at St. John'i ChufLch, Rev. HiZgzndoKi to conduct 
thziZAviczi. ********** 

Thz poAznti OjJ Hankin6on extend dzzpzit sympathy to thz Gzo. Thoma& family in thz 
Jto66 oi thzin. yaungz&t ion Kznnzth who pa&6zd away Sunday manning at & AW, a^tzn. a Zingzn.- 
ing iZZneM. TubeAcuZo&id with pneumonia compticationi wa& thz cau&z o^ dzath. 

Thz tittlz lad wai, izvzn yza/u, and thAzz monthi, old and had zndzoAzd kimizti not 

only to thz membzu o^ thz iamiZy but to hit, school motes and aZJi otheA& with whom hz 

aaociatzd, A^teA a ihont iZAvicz at thz homz, thz Kemaim weAZ taken to thz old homz at 

Lyon CAZzk, ZA., f^oK intenrnznt. 

********** ^^^ j4_ J9J2 

KEhlNETH GEOl^GE THOMAS 
BoAM in Hinnzapotil, , Hinnziota on Vzc. 13th, 1904, Vizd at Hanklmon Honth Dakota 
on UoAch 17, 1912 at thz agz o^ 7 yexLfii, 3 monthi and 4 day£ . 

Hz wai> bunled at Limz Spning, Iowa on MoAcfi 20 th^ 1912 at Pleoiant Hill CemzteAy . 

********** ^^j,^ 2S, 1912 

MA4. EXheJi Lyman, bzlovzd wi^z oi Vxzd Lyman, dizd at thz B/izckennldgz Hospital 
Monday, ApfiiX 8th, ai thz A-ZiuZt oi an opeAotion, Vzcza&zd wai 23 yzam old and ii 4uA- 
u-cued by thz ioHAowing husband and thAzz littlz childAzn, alZ giAli , thz oldzit iix yeoAi 
old and thz youngz&t two and a hati yzam . 

Shz wai oi a n.ztiAi.ng natuAz and wai known to only a imall ciAclz oi ifiizndi , but 
to thoiz who knew hzA bzit hzn. untimely end ii a gfizat ihock. Shz wai devoted to hen. 

tittle onei and wai an ideal mothen. and wiie. The iamity located in Hankimon about ioun. 

,,^^i.< --,,. ********** 

yearn ago . 

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HzK p(Viznt6 Kt&Zdz mcJi Moiow Ci.iij TA. Tht fiemalm weAe bKoagkt ovzA. {^fiom Bfizck- 

ZMA.dgz Tmudaij moKnlng and pKz.paAzd {^on. iilvipmznt to tht otd homz -en Iowa whzAZ -inXieAmznt 

uUZZ bz madz, Thz i>tfU.ckzn hoi, band and motheAlzi,4> tiXtiz qVdU haxiz thz sympathy oiJ att 

Zn thzAJi QKzat. Zo6-{> . 

********** ApJuZ n, 1912 

Thz many ifLizndi 0|J Ma., arvi Ufitt. kt^Kzd Lamon dzzpty AympaXkizz mXh ihzm Zn thz 
dzath 0^ tkzlfi ninz monthi otd dasightzfi. 

********** kpnU 25, 19n 

LittJLz HoKfixj Ua/itbi dJ.zd at thz Wahpzton Ho.&pZtaZ on Thaudaij Za&t, at thz agz o^ 
-Goo yzau. Thz tittZz boy wai> takzn rnddznty Wi ihoAXZy bz^oA-Z fu^ dzath and hz wai 
takzn to thz hoi>pltaJi whzfiz zvzAythZng uxu, donz that couZd bz donz, but 0(J no avaU.. 

It jU, a 6ad bZou) to Mr. and M/l4. Fnank UanZLn a& It vxu, thziJi onty chU.d and thzAA 
joy in Liiz, Hz woa a bfJjQht IZttZz izUiovo and uuJU. bz mit,&zd by zvzAyonz who woi accoit- 
omzd to dfiop into thz bofibzA &hop and 6zz h>i6 imltinQ iact, at, hz tm/> always happy. Thz 
paAznt6 havz thz sympathy o^ aZt in thz to&i oi thziA danLing. 

Thz Kzmaim wzfiz taid to Az&t in thz LuuthzAjan Czmztzty. Rev, Hinck conductzd thz 
iunzfial 6ZAvicz&. ********** ^p^^^ 25, 1972 

Thz infant child 0|J Ma., and Hu , Tuank Tizgi di.zd thijt wzzk a^tzA. a b/Uz^ ilZnz&i,, 
Thz AtAU.ckzn pafLZnti havz thz ^ympaXhy o^ aJU. in thziA to&& , 

********** ^^^ 25, 1912 

Suiiz.Knna, thz littZz dauughtzK 0|J Un.. and Uni, . Hzfman A. Znnumimd 0(J E^andenbotg , 
di.zd Monday a^tzA a b/Uz^ iZlnz&i, agzd 5 mont^ and onz weefe. Thz ^anzAat wai> hztd Wzd- 
nziday a^tzfinoon, thz iZAviczi bzi.ng hztd at thz Lixthzfian ChuAch by Rev. J. P. KiaaiZzt. 
Thz poAznti, havz thz sympathy o^ aZZ in thziA lo6i. 

********** ^p,^ 25, 1912 

HUDSON l& JVENTTHEV 
Moody' A SZayzA wa& TofmzA Jnmatz o^ kiyhm 

A^tzn. a good dzaZ. o^ coM.z&pondzncz ShzAi^^ Robbim ha6 fizJUablz in^onmaXion a6 to 
thz idzntity oi BzAt Hudion, itayzA o^ ShznJ.^ Moody. 

EoAty ijubt month C. W. WiZion. a daputy ihzfiiift 0|{ Adami Countij, W8., voKotz ShznA.i{^ 
Robbim, loK a photogKaph ol Hudson, which wai, at once maiZzd to him. l>!it6on wKotz back that 
hz bztizvzd thz man wa& a mombzn. o^ a ^amiZy living at Doniphan in HalZ County, that itatz, 
and 4-cnce thzn thz photogfuxph hoM bzzn poi>iM.vzJUj idznti^izd by hit, mothzA and tiiiitzn. o^ 
thz dzczaizd man, 

Hudi&on, it izemi, wot, in thz in&anz a&ylum at Lincoln MB. i,omz tkfizz on. ^oun. yzaAi> 
ago. Hz wai, Kzlzoizd latzA and tz^t homz about two yzoAJt, ago. Hi& motkzn Mw. EZmOuz 
Hud&on, and a iiitzt, Uu. John KzAni , Livz at Voliphan. A bfiothzA tivz6 in Onzgon and an 
UncZz, ClaAk Hud&on, tivu at Gznzva, ft'I. He hai, othzA A.ztati.vzi nzoA HoitingA ^ MB. 

Thz lbojt>t Izttzn. to ShzAiU Robbim iKom Vzputy ShzAA.U ^'Hkon &tatzd that thz kiktzA 



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dxpzdzd to corrn fie^e to cZcUm tht body, but Shafu-H V-obblm hcu> Zn{,ofme.d thzm thcut mZt 
fae -cmp044Xfa£e 04 tht body woa, -en accoxdancz wZth ouA 6tatz ZcuM, tuAnzd oveA to the. Me.d- 
JLcjoJi VzpoAtmznt o{, tht State. UrU.veA6yity cut Gfuind VohkM . 

********** fJiay Z, 1912 

Elblz, the. ^n^ant chltd 0^ Mfi. and MfU, , F-tonfe TlzQi,, died at heA home, lent Sunday 
a^teAnoon, a^teJi an WineM, oi th'Oite.zn da.y& , beZng 6 monthi and 11 day& old. 

The. {^uneAal wen held Tuesday a{teAnoon at the. St. John^i LutheAan ChuAch noAth OjJ 
town, Rev. R. H^tgeMioA^ conducting the. 4CAu-cce, 

T/ie itAick.e.n paAznti and {^airUZy have. the. sympathy oi aJUi i.n theZn. to&.t> ojj tht tittle 
one., ********** Hay 2, 1912 

E. L. Klnnexj Iz^t la&t weefe {ok MaJcweZt, McLean County, In AZipon&e. to a mej,&age 
announcing the. CAttical litne^i, oi hi& agzd mothzA at the. A. 6. Kinney home,. He. oAnlvtd 
a ieu) houH6 be^oAt the e.nd. 

Vecea&zd was 82 yeoAA o^ age and heA dejith wai due to poAotyAli ^Aom which 4 he had 
pAzvlou&ly £uiizAzd tuo &tAokz&, Thz £uneAaZ wlti bz heZd at UaxMztl, 

********** May 2, 1912 

A meiioge wai> Azcelvzd Monday announcing thz death otj Wm, F. Luzpkz at hli homz In 
CalgaAiff MbzAta, Canada. Vzcza&zd wa/, an zaniy AZildznt o^ Hankln&on a.nd {oA &zvzAaZ 
yzoAi conductzd a bZack&nUth ihop on thz pAz&znt ^Itz o^ thz GAZzn Vfuxg StoAZ, Thz family 
tzit hzAZ about eight yzoAi ago, AZ6ldlng at RoZzttz, TZaxton and otheA points and ZatzA 
tocatlng at CatgaAy. 

fAAi,. Luzpkz li a il&tzA oi thz Lznzzn bAothzu oi thli placz and woj highly zbtzemzd 

ioA hzA many good qualltlzi undeA condltlom that would havz dliheoAtznzd a Izii cooAogzoui, 

woman. Ma. Luepkz wa6 about 50 yzoAi oi agz and li 6uAvl\JZd by thz widow and &lx chlldAzn. 

********** 

OBITUARV 

Thz death oi WUllam Luzpkz ocaxAAzd at thz Holy CAo&i, Ho&pXtal In CalgoAy, MbzAta, 
Sunday moAnlng, kpAil 28th, at 5 AM, due to canczA oi thz stomach, 

Vzczoizd was takzn ^Ick ilvz month& ago, and dz&pitz thz bz&t medical aid thz InAoadi, 
oi thz dcseose could not bz &tayzd. Hz was, boAn In Gzftmany on Szpt, 25th, H64, and at thz 
agz oi two yzaAt> hz ImmigAotzd to Wood County^ WJ . , whzAZ hz gAew to manhood. Hz camz to 
NoAth Vakota In 1SS7 wheAz hz AZildzd until tfiAzz yeoA!, ago, when hz moved to Canada, AZild- 
Ing thzAZ up to thz time oi hl& death. 

Vzczoizd wai moAJilzd to Mle>& Su&an Lznzzn In thz yexvi oi 1S90 and leavzi a wliz and 
t>lx chlZdAzn to mouAn thz loi>& oi thelA loved onz; alio a motheA, one ^liteA and one bAothzA 
at Hewitt, Wl., and onz tJUitzA In New VoAk, 

Thz iuneAal took placz on May Ut at 2 ?M iAom thz Catholic ChuAch In CalgoAy, and 

thz Azmalni wzAz laid to Azit In thz Catholic CzmetzAy. 

********** May 9, 1912 



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E. H. Moen and mcije wzAZ cattzd to FzAgud falli Ici&t weefe by the. dzath o^ Ua^ , Uozn'6 
^atkzK, Ma.. Irfujz, a. popvUian. man o{^ wzaJith Zn FeAgui, 

«»»»»*»*«* Mai/9, 79IZ 

Ukc. a. E. OttzAbuAn, WA.ie. o^ onz o^ thz plonzoji ^oAimu nbfith 0){ Lidqtnwood, dJitd 
tlvu weefe o{f pnejumonia, age 61 yzau. 

The. OttexbuJin ^airuMf woi among the. ^-ifi6t to &eXtZz -en votitexn Zichland County. 

»«»,«»«»»* Mai/9, I97Z 

John Eck&tAom, a pAxi^^peAoui, ^oAmeA. AZiZdlng about {^ouA. iruXeM ecu>t o^ E^^<.ngton, .C4 
KzpoKtzd to havt loit h^^ ti{^t -in the. TLtaYvic di6a&teA., togztheA mJk hi& poAejuti, who weAz 
accompanying iusn ^Aom Swzde.n. Wi. Eck6tAom wznt to Swzdtn £jut ^aZZ to ipznd tke. vxLnteJi, 
He tejavej) kU wl^e. and family, and thAzz b/iothzu to mowm hU dzpanXuAZ, 

********** Hay 9, 1912 

RELATIVES GET EOVY 
RemaA.ni, o^ BzAt Hudion TuAnzd OvzA to HZi Si&tzA 
Thz body o^ BeJit Hudion, SheAlif^ Hoody'4> itayzA, ha& bzzn tuAnzd ovzA to AztaX^vzi 
who oAfUvzd at CAand FoAki ta6t wzzk {,Aom Vonlphan, NE., and ha& bzzn ikippzd to thz old 
homz ioA ^ntzAmznt In thz ianuJiy tot bzildz hl& ^athzA and &Aj>tzA. 

Ua. and UAi. KeAn, thz ZattzA a &Aj>tzA ojj Hud&on'i, oA'U.vzd Zn GAand FoAki, TfUday 
and izcuAzd thz con&znt o{, thz unlvzA&tZy ajuthoActLz(> to lUAAzndzA thz body. bJhzn aX bz- 
camz known a 4,hoAt t<mz ago thAough a tzttzA wfuXtzn to GAand Fo^Ju pafutizi by Mw. KzAn 
that they wzAz anxlou6 to AZCUAZ thz body, thz od^Zdati OjJ thz mzdlcal coZZzgz at oncz 
madz known thzlA WAlLcngnz&i to tuAn thz AzmaZn& ovzA to thz membzAi o{, thz ^am^Zy. 

UndzA thz hloAth Dakota lasM^ thz bodizi o^ mzn coming to theJA. dzath In Initanczi, 
itAjniloA to tki&, aAz tiiAnzd ovzA to thz mzdlcat cotizgz. 

********** May 16, 1912 

Mw . fAzy, mothzA o^ Mw . H. E. Moen ojj thU placz, dlzd at hzA homz In FeAgui TaJUU, 
toit wzzk, Shz wa& takzn Lit AjmzdiateZy a^teA hzA ha&band'.!, dzath, and poiAzd away eight 
dayi lateA. Ma. FAzy wa& a pAomlnznt and weaZthy 6a4-tne44 man oi{ FzAgui FaLii and Zzavzi 
an zi>tatz vaZuzd at about $100,000. 

»»»*,»,»,* May 23, 1912 

VEATH OF TOM STEWART 
PAominznt Young FoAmzA Cut Vown In Vfumz o^ Li^z 
Thz commayiLty wai, ihockzd ThuAiday zvznlng by ncwA o^ thz dzath o^ Tho& . StewaAt at 
thz family homz In EJbna. Hz had bzzn In pooA hzaJbth {,0A 6omz tlmz but hl& condition wai> 
not conildzAzd cAitlcaZ untlZ a ({ew day4> bz^oAZ IU& dzath. 

Thoma& E. SteuoAt wai boAn May 1th, 1SS5, In Wlicon&ln, and thz ioZZowlng ApAlZ 
thz fiOmlZy camz to Richland County, &zttLing nzoA Falnmount. LateA thzy movzd ovzA to 
EJbna Town&hlp whzAZ thzy ha\jz 6lncz AZildzd, and thz ion g/^ew.' to manhood. Hz nzveA moAAlzd 
and OjJ Zatz yzau ha& boAnz much oi thz buAdzn oi conducting thz {flnz StesmAt ia/im. A 

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(Jew £/eaA6 ago hz bec^une thz v^cJUm o{, a. thxoaut af^^zction ^Kom which kz axu a 4U(5^w.eA 
tkzn.ZA{^t(iA ixntit hZi, dzcvtii, thz cUlmzrU. dz^y<.ng ikz zHofctd of^ thz but phy-i-lcUani, . He 
gKZW MOfUZ da/Ling ihz uu.nizn., and took to fvii bzd on hiay 7tk, hJj, 19 tk EVithday. TubzfL- 
cuZoi^ had attackzd thz uizakznzd o^gam, o^ thz thxoat and thz&z compticaXlom xziuZtzd 
Zn hAJi dzath, 

Tom Stejjua/it aia6 a dutl^at ion and a good cJjtizzn and hli ant^zty dzath, ju&t ae, 
hz woi KzadUng thz matuAlty o{, man' A zitatz, Zl> a dlitinct to&i to thz communAXy A.n 
which hz tivzd. Thz 1066 ^atU hzavZz&t on hii agzd poAznti,, who had comz to fuzty on thz 
manly itAzngth oi thzifi only &on In thelt dzctinlng yzaA&. Thz sympathy oi zvzAyonz gozi 
out to thz AtAlckzn ^airUly. 

Bz&ldzi) thz poAznti, Ma., and Hlw . C. E. Stewant, deceased aj, iufivZvzd by jj^ue &Z6- 
tzu: M/L4. MiKzd Stltzi, 0^ Hopz, HD.i MKi. Phil. W^JLtznbzAgzA and MA^. V. H. Stlnz oi 
LidgzAMOod; Ma4,W. R. Bal&oK 0(J ToAmlngton, WA.; and Mc44 BzAdz StmaJit, All wzAZ In attzn- 
dancz at thz iiinzAxxl zxczpt Ufii> . Bali,ofi. 

FanzAal 6ZA.vlcz!> wzfiz hzld at thz halt In LidgzMwood on Monday aitzAYVOon at 2 PM, 
no chxxAch bzlng ZoAgz znoagh to accommodatz thz CAovod oi jjA^ends -in attzndancz. Tfce W. 
0. W. Camp 0^ HanlUni,on and thz Lidgzfwoood M. W. A, Camp WZAZ AzpAZ6zntzd by toAgz dztz- 
gatloYU, , dzczoMzd having bzzn a mzmbzA o^ both oAdzu . Thz pall bzoAZAi wzAz thuzz {,Aom 
zack oi thz Campi>. IntzAmznt waa madz In thz Stinz CemztzAy onz an onz hal^ mltzi nofith 
oi LidgzAwood. ********** Hay 30, 7912 

A mze>6agz Azczlvzd ThuAiday bAoaght thz &ad nzsM oi thz dzath oi UAb . Thoi. P. 
MoAgan, iofmznly oi GAzat Bend, at hzA homz In Eltoy. WI. Thz MoAgani wzAZ wzll known 
hzAZ and thz itnlckzn husband hoi, thz sympathy oi all In hti ton. 

********** Hay 30. 1912 

OBITUARY 
Gtaxiyi Lillian, bzlovzd daaghtzA oi Ma. and Ma& P. W. HouAzt oi GAzzndalz wot, 
boAn May 9th, 1912, and dlzd May 26. 1912, aitzA a izw houAi UZnUi,. 
"How bAizi thz itay, a& bzautiiul a& itzzting, 
Thz tlsnz that baby comz with ii& to dwell, 
Juit tong znoagh to glvz a happy gAzzting, 
Joi-t tong znoagh to bid oi alt iaAzwzU," 
Thz ianzAol wa6 hzld at thz hoakz on Monday at 2 PM[ . Rev. F. F. Eoothby, PaitoA oi 
thz Ty^on Mzthodl&t ChuAch, conductzd thz iZAvlcz, By ipzclal Azqaz&t thz Pa6toA aizd ioA 
hli text Matt. 19:14i "Bat Jeios 6ald, SaHeA Littlz chlldAzn and ioAbld them not, to comz 
anto me; ioA 6uch li thz Kingdom oi Hzavzn," Many sympathizing iAizndi iotlowzd thz Aemaln& 
to thz Tyson CzmztzAy ioA thz buAixxl. 

Thz iamlty hoi thz ilnczAZ sympathy oi thz community In thelA bzAzavzmznt. 

********** May 30, 1912 

John AchtZA wat> callzd to Wahpzton on account oi thz dzath oi his iathzA, John G. 

AchtzA, M/i, AchtzA ti\jzd at St. Joe ioA many yzoAS and was well known In this nelghboAhood, 

********** janz6, 1912 



Math Zzyitnfi dizd Wtdnuday moaning at luJi homz Zn thJji city, at thz age. o^ 39 
yzoAJ). VzcoxUtod woi a vi.ct^ o£ tubzAcuZo^Zi and hi& dejnUz had bzzn zxpzctzd ^oA. 6omz 
-tone. Hz AM hvJvjJbozd by a lecjje and tujo chiZdAzn. 

Vzczaizd wa6 an i.ndaitfu.ou& and xzipzctzd (ujtizzn and thz 6tAA.ckzn ^airUZy havz thz 
sympathy o^ aZt Zn tkzln. ton. Thz {^unzAot wZU. be hztd Ffu.daif moKYU.ng cut 10 o'clock, 
6ZAvZcz& to bz conductzd at St. PhltLp'6 ChuAch. 

EanZy Monday moAnLng we AzczA.vzd thz &ad new* that E. J. Bock had paired to thz 
GazoX. Bzyond. Hz tz^t thAzz wzeJii ago f^oA thz LuthzA HoipiXaZ to azczamz tAzatmznt. 
Thz bej>t oi caAz ^cUZzd. HZi {jUnzAoZ was hztd Wzdnziday at FzAgva TaJUU, MM. He ^eauei 
a uxiiz and thAZZ ckiZdAzn bz&Zdzi a toAgz tmmbzA of^ AztaXivz^ and ^Alzndi to mouAn lvil> 
toA^. Ma& . A. H. VahZ and HL&6 Thonn. Kampzn accompanyizd thz chJJLdAzn to fzAgai fatti, 
^Aom kzAZ. Thz BAandvotdi' CongAzgation iznt wAzaXkts o^ ^towzu, 

»»»»»,««*« j^^^ 20. 1972 

Thz ^anzAot oi Hath IzntnzA uxU) hztd F-liday, iZAvZczt^ bzA.ng conductzd by Rev. 3oi> . 
F. Stiidnicka cut St. Vhitip'i, ChuAch ThzAZ was a toAgz attzndzncz OiJ i>oAAouu.ng ^Alzndi, 
and dzZzgatxoni AzpAz&zntzd thz Catkotic OAdzA oi FoAZitzAi and thz Vzut&chzA KAZzgzA 
and SdiLLZtzzn VzA^izn, Thz tattzA oAganZzatZon &howzd thzAA sympathy to thz ^amiZy i.n a 
iuh&tantAJiZ mannzA, contAZbmtcng LibzAaZJiy to thz {^amlty ^-inanczi duxLng thz UJinzki, and 
following thz dzcuth oft tkziA bAothzA. An ZmoAancz potLcy oi $1 ,000 was Zn ioAcz In thz 
C. 0. F. ,«»*,,,,,» j^^^ 20, 7912 

John R, Jones attzndzd thz ^unzAot o^ thz eight montJu old child o^ Ma. and MAs. 

H. L. GAZznz at Rutland Sunday. 

********** jj^^^ 27, 7972 

JACOB WIEBER KILLS SELF 
End& HZ& Li^z by PoZ6on cut LidgzAwood Los-t Weefe 

Jacofc Wi.zbzA, agzd 69 yzoAt,, a tcuXoA and {^uaaIza, dizd by kit, own hand at hl6 
pZacz 0^ bas^neS4 -en LidgzAwood, ihoAtly a^tzA 6 PM Wzdnz&day, having takzn AtAychninz. 

County CoAonzA WiZdzA, o^ WyndmzAz, wai caZlzd cut oncz and on making an zxamincution 
of, thz pAuniiZi found itAychninz had bzzn i>piZlzd upon thz bzd whZAZ thz body lay. Tnaczt, 
of thz poi&on vozAz ati>o found in anothzA Aoom and a bottlz containing quitz a quanity uiai 
found hiddzn undzA Aomz papzAi in a hzcuting itovz. 

Thz dzcza&zd wa& boAn in BoAton., Gcunany , on Pec. 10th, 1S43, and ccmz to thz Unitzd 
Statzi in 1S59, whzn but 16 yzaA& old. Hz iztvzd in thz Civil WoA, in a CavalAy Rzgimznt, 
thAough thAZZ zntiMtmznti . ^^ ^^""2. to thU> itatz in 1S77 in which yzoA hz mcLAAizd Loui&z 
Nzuman cut GAzat Bend. LcutzA on hz took up land iouth of Lidgznwood. Hi& foAmzA tAodz wa& 
that of fufiAizA and hz madz a &pzcJjxZty of AzpcuOuing, dying and cleaning of fuA6 and wca an 
zxpzfut. 

Thz cause that Izd to hii 4,uicLdz can only bz guz&izd cut. It might bz that hz had 
bzzn accuitomzd to takt itAychninz ai a hzanX. ititvulant and it ii commonly known th.at hz 

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i,u<{,zfizr' iKom a weafe hzjivct Hz monj havz takzn an o\jQAdoi,z. He haj^ had dZd^-LcuZtlu oi 

tcLtd ijQxuu> with hl& Wiethe and iajruJUj and tLve.d ■ie.poAatzd iJ/tom tlizm. Haj> wa.{^z a^^tzA tkz 

{^JjUit i/LoabZz, AztuAnzd and tivzd uiLth him bvut again lz(^t him. He waj, qaltz a hzavy 

dnlnkzA. Eat thz&z domutlc. tA.ou.blzi, wzjiz not a6 acatz at thz tlmz Oi$ hli, dzaXk oa thzy 

vozAZ 6omz tlmz ago, and It Id hafid to Imaglnz them oa a caa&z {^oH. 4>ulcldz at thli tlmz. 

Bz&ldz& hl& uldoiM, tzn 6on& and two doughtzM AtVivlvz hJjn. 

********** j^ 4 J9J2 

Vlzd, at thz homz oi Wm. KohZhoU, on SatuAday Zai>t, CaAl Kohlho{i{,, iaXhzA oi Wm. 

and Tnzd KohZhoU^ 81 yzaA£ old. Thz old gznXlzman woi itAA.ckzn uiltk poAoZy^li, a (Jew day& 

ago vohJJiz attzndlng a hUvzn. aozddlng o^ hl& 4on, and did not fizcovzfi. Hz lzjavz£ two Aom 

and two daaghtzM to mouAn kli, dzpafitiviz Thz Kzmalni wzn.z<.JLcu.d to xz&t In thz GfLZat Bend 

CemztzAif on Sunday, Reu. ThlzL conducting thz AZAvlcze,. 

********** jj^ 4^ J9J2 

Vay Edbtom Saccumb.& to Appzndlcltll> 

Vay Edblom, thz 19 yzoA. old ^,on 0(J MA., and Ua^, A. E Edblom, dlzd at Uzficy Hospital 

thli a{^tzn.noon at 3 PM., 0(J appzndlclXli . Thz young man would havz ceZzbfuitzd hit, nlnz^ 

tzznth blnXhday nzxX Sunday. Hz MU, takzn iZfilou6ly III wlAh appzndlcltU iZveAol dayA 

ago and takzn to thz hospital. Hz iallzd to azcovza to itand an opzfiatlon. FunzAjol anxangz- 

mznt6 mil bz announczd latzA , . .Eugznz^ OR, Vally Guofid, July Sth 

********** jj^ ,1^ J9J2 

J, J, GfuLZjj woi IrUitantln klllzd and Wm. Lzonatd azaIouaIm IniuAzd by thz ovzA- 
tuAnlng o^ an auto at FzAgui, TaJUU Tuz&day. Thzy weAe dAlvlng ^Kom Endznlln to (AlnnzapoUj, 
and iklddlng o^ th^ caA on a ^ieep gfiadz AZiuZtzd In Iti tuAnlng tuAtlz. GAuzy wa6 f^ohmzA- 
ty a Soo condactoA and l/, qultz wzll known hzAz. Hz Iz^t thz Aallway &za\jIcz to zngagz In 
thz banking buiilnzMi at EndzAlln LzonoAd Is, a Soo conductoA on 107/8. Hz wlZl A.ecoveA, 

********** J^ JJ^ ,g,2 

Thz dzath o{, Mli6 F/tance4 Thzzdz^ whJ.ch occuAAzd at thz homz o^ hzA poAzntl, nzoA 
Sonona Monday, at 1:10 AM., woa a gAzat .ihock to ifu.zndi, oi thz family. Shz i,u(^{^zn.zd an 
attack ol bAonchltli about 4-cx wzzki ago and thli culmlnatzd In quick con6umptlon. which 
wa6 thz cauiz o^ hzA dzath, Vzczoizd, had ihz llvzd until July ISth, would havz bzzn 
twznty yzaAA old and up to thz tlmz oi hzA iatal lllnzM, had aiway& znj'oyzd good hzalth. 

Shz l& AuAvlvzd by thz paAznti, IAa. and i^Al, . HznAy Thzzdz, onz ilitzn., {Hu. Hznman 
EzlZ] and two bAothzfU,, A. J. and hi. J.^ all o^ whom AZ&ldz In t!hJj> locality. Thz ^ataZ 
tzAmlnatlon 0({ what at {^lut wtoi comldzAzd a tAlf^llng lllnzi,6 bAlngA ionjiow not only to 
thz Immzdlatz (^amlly but al&o to a loAgz clAcZz o{, {^nlzndi who had IzoAnzd to Az&pzct and 
z&tzzm thz dzczoizd ^oA hzA many good qualltlzA . 

Thz dunzAol woi hzld Uzdnziday moAnlng at 10 AA!, 6ZAvlcz6 bzlng conductzd at thz 

St, Joe Chunch by Rev. MzyzA of^ falAmount. TntzAmznt wa6 madz In thz St. Joe CzmztzAy. 

********** j^ ,j^ ,9,2 



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In thz neM&paptn. n.ejpotti> oi the. xzcznt cycJionz at Reg-cna, Soife., cmonQ thz kAZtzd 
OLppdajizd tkz namz of^ "M/l4 . F. W. HoaaJj,, wt{,z o{, a bookkzzpzn ^oA. Rz&vu S Co." TkCi -u 
bzLczvzd to fee nonz otkzn. than thz F. W. HaJuuj, who wca zmployzd aj, bookkzzpzn. {^on. John 
R. Jone6 ioK izvzAoZ yzoAd . Ma. Hanjuj, tz^t hzAz about ^^vz yzaA& ago, tocaJxriQ at OJ^nttL- 
pzg, but ZatzA on It li, iald hz moved to Rzg-Lna, uihzAZ hz wofi maAfu.zd about two yza/Ut ago. 

OBITUARY 

Thz {^oZtowtng jj/com a Eugznz (OR.) papzn. mJUi bz oi tntzA.zi>t to aZZ ^fUznd6 o^ thz 
Edblom iajrUZy. Thz dzczcazd woi bon.n Zn GKZzndaZz Touin&hA.p. 

Raipnond AZbZon Edblom, thz ion o{i Ma., and UA^. A. E. Edbtom, woi bofin on July 7th, 
1893, A.n Hanh^mon, WP., coming to OKzgon uxith kU paA.znt6 at thz agz 0({ 10. Hz {^tnZihzd 
thz gAxidzi and zntzuzd Htgh Szhoot whzn 14 yzaA6 o{ agz. Raymond wa& bJioagkt up a ChtLiSttian 
and jotnzd thz f^zthodi&t ChuAcIi whzn 10 yzafu, otd, and at dl{)^zn.znt tUmzi wai, a mejnbzn. o^ 
thZAjL thoAJi. 

Raymond had a vzfiy 4anm/ dZipoiZtion and madz {^Ayizndi zvzAywhzAZ. Hz ha& KZCzntJLy 
bzzn zjnptoyzd by thz Utah Conit/uictyion Company. Hz wai woKktng at thzJji camp at OahAtdgz 
whzn hz wai> takzn 6lck with appzndicctili and was, bfiought to MeAct/ HoipitaZ, whznz hz dizd 
at 3 PM, Tftiday, July 5th, 1912. Hz tzavz6 a ^atJizA^ mothzfi and two bfiothzfn to mouAn hit, 
Zciiy aZ6o a hoit o{, iHyizndti , 

Thz (lUnzAol iZAvZczi wz^z hzZd at thz Hzthodi6t ChuAch at Zt30 PM Sunday af,tzn.noon) 
thz {^unzAoZ bztng hzZd on hl& 19th bVtthday. It wai> onz o^ thz laAgzit ^unzAali eueA. hztd 
AM Eugene. 0\}zn. SO o^ hi!) boy ^Atzndi, attzndzd thz 6ZAvZcz& i.n a body. Thz pott bzaAzu 
wzAz: HoAotd C. Vyz, TfuancZlt Vonmi, Raymond Rowtand, Vtck Moon, EmeAy Hughz& and F/tanfe 
Anrf^ew. 

Thz iznvZczt) wzAZ condactzd by Vfi. Rowland, hit, wif^z and ion, Raymond bzlng dzan. 
{jAizndi 0)J thz Edblom {^ainity. Thz (^lofuxZ o^^^zAZngA weAe nomeAooi and bzaati{,ul. Onz -in 
pafiticulaA Azzjnzd io cto&zly connzctzd with ki& woAk. It wai an aatomob^Jiz itzzntng whzzZ 
WAJk thz onz mi44-tng ipokz; iKom thz hoy at Moon'4 goAo^z whoAZ hz had pfizvtouily bzzn 
employ zd. 

Thz pai,iA.ng away oi tkii young man aj> itnczfizly n.zg>izttzd In Eugznz and wai a izvzAZ 
ihock to zvzAy onz. 

J. A. VwyzfL Kzczivzd wofid {,Kom thz Canadian Mountzd Policz fizcznXly that kii bfiothzn. 
John Vwyzfi had bzzn d^ownzd In thz Athaboica R-cueA, away up tn thz Hudion Bay Azgton, on 
Jane 22nd, Hz wai zngagzd tn nunnlng a Izfifiy acAoii thz Klvzfi and had bzzn working IS houfn 
without A-Zit at thz tunz oi thz acctdznt to avoid a thuzatznzd {^KZihzt. Thz ^KZiheX caught 
thz iznAy miditAzam and coAAizd It agatnit Kocki pKojZcting ^Aom thz watzt, Thz cAa^t wai 
loadzd with hoAiZi and Ma. Vwyzn. attzmptzd to iw-im iomz 0(5 them to iaf^zty. Thz cuAAznt 
wai too iWA.(,tj ^oweueA, and both houzi and tJzexA maSitzn. iank bznzath thz watzn.. Thz body 
had not been AecoueAed at loit AzpoAti . Vzczoizd wa6 a ilnglz man and will bz Kemombzuzd 

by iomz o{^ ouA pzoplz, having visitzd hzfiz izvzfiaZ yzoAi ago. 

********** July IS. 1912 

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A. M. Knight, one o^ the. but known bti6-cne44 man oi S^^eXon, dizd Sunday {^fiom 
hzoKt {^aJMiAt caoizd by acatz i.ndlQZi>tZon. He had been UX but a jjew dayi, and hl& ait'^ 
mznt wai, not coni-LdzAzd &zfu.oul> until thd day preceding hl& dzath. He Z& 6uAvA.vtd by 
hUi wicije and tuo i,otUt , ««»««»»*«« Ju£i/ IS 19 J 2 

PEATH OF A. STOPNICKA 
VoMtd kmjy at Lidgtnwood, Saturday Moaning 

Neuxi o{, tkz dzatk oi kdoti J. StadnlcJIza wai, a gfizat &hodz to hii many ifu.tndi> In 
Hankln&on. WkiZt hii, hmlth hai> been vzty pooK ioK itMOjuxZ months poit, none. Kexitiztd 
that hU condAXion was dangeAoai, . 

A^teA Apznding Aomt -tune undeJi tAzatmznt by 6pe.cJjaLii,ti, , hz fidtuJinzd to hli, homz at 
LLdgznwood izvzfmZ. weefe4 ago, bat hii, condition wai umati&iactoKy and hz gAaduatty iaiZzd 
dzaXh znl)UA.ng SatuAday mofiriing at 4 AM. 

Vzcza&zd vooi a nativz 0(J Mc£waufeee, voheAz hz uia& bon.n on Szpt. 14th, 1S80, He g/tew 
to manhood and woi zducatzd In that <Uty, coming to HankZnion zlght yZjOtiA ago. He wai emp- 
Zoyzd by thz ^Ippznman UzKcantAJiz Company jJoA lomz tbnz and at&o hztd thz o^^lcz o^ Vzputy 
OIZ JmpzctoA. ioK thii poKt ioK two yzanM. latzn. hz acczptzd a pollXion wlXh thz Uovljui 
UzAcantltz Company at LidgzAwood and A.Z6ldzd thzfiz up to thz tlmz o^ hli dzath. 

He woi maHAlzd Szpt. }4tk 1908, to Ua/,& Uanjy LaQua. oi this, <uXy, who iuAvlvzi, him. 
ThzAZ oAz tk/izz b/LOthzu and tuio ilitzu: Reu. Fa. Joi . F. Stadnicka oi tku CAXy, FAank 
J., John J., M-W, S. Langiman and M^. Anna Izvzhmann^ aJUL oi Hiiwaukzz. Thz poAznti, oKZ 
both dzad, 

Peceoied woa highly fizipzctzd by aZZ who fenew fum and hi& untlmzly dzath li tlnczAzty 
moufinzd. He wai popuZan. with allcla6izi> and hii iAtzndi uAgzd him to become a candldatz 
iofi Rzgl^tzA oi Vzzd& at thz pAlsnafiy zZzctlon Zoit month; acczzdlng to thzln. wldhzi, hz be- 
came thz nomlnzz oi thz dzmocAoXlc pafity ioK that oHlcz without opposition. 

Vzczoizd wai a mzmbzn. oi thz Catholic Ofidzn. oi ToiQj>tzu and oi thz Knighti oi Col- 
umbui, coAAylng $2,000 tiiz IniuJvancz InJhz iofmzn. ofidzn.. 

Thz iunzAjot wai hztd at Hanktmon Taziday mofining at 10 o'clock. Thz iZAvlczi wzAz 
condactzd by Rev Joi. Stadnicka, bfvotheJi oi thz dzczjuzd, oiilitzd by tzn othzA. p/Utiti 
iAxim nzlghbonAjng pafUihzi . Thz Catholic OndzA. oi FofizitzA/, weAe p^eien^t In a body, and 
thz attzndancz oi 4,oM.owlng i^Uzndi iUULzd St. VhUUp'i ChuKch aZmoit to Its capacity. 
Intznmznt wai madz In thz czmztzAy joit south oi town. 

Thz itAickzn widow hoi tiiz dzzpzit iympathy oi aZL In hzK bzAzavzmznt. 

»»«»«««*«« jj^ 25 7972 

Cfioi, He-cn Kzczlvzd wofid thii wzzk oi thz dojoth oi hii bKothzfi-ln-law, louti Hit- 
chzZl, at hii homz In Hzjjo Vofik City. He poiied away Vfilday zvzning. Hz wai KztUizd ixom 
active builnzM and Zi known to iomz oi ouK pzoplz, having vliltzd hzAz izvznaZ t/eoAi ago. 

«»»*»«»»»» J^^J^ 25, 7972 



a 05 1 



VEATH OF A PIOWEER 

Ha^. CoAotLnz Boldt poji&zd awcuf Tuziday mon.nlng at 7 AM cut the. homa o^ heji daaghteA, 
At'W. H. W. Botdt, £outhwz6t o^ town. Shz wa& SS ijzaJU, old and dtath wai> dsxz to heji adxianczd 
yzau. Sht waa ^e.eZing ai wzLi 04 tuaajt tke. pxe.vZou& day, but uuXk no appaAe.nt AjJim&& ihe. 
ditd ptaczf^attif -tn ^e ta/tZy houA^ 0^ the. mofiviinQ. 

CoKotum TxeXtin wai, bonjn. on Pec. 26thj 1S26 ^n PommeAln, GeAmany, wfieAe &hz g^ew to 
womanhood. A^teA. hzt ma/uUage. to AagtUtt Boldt thz couplz irmlgfijattd to AmeAA-ca Zn H&9, 
loc.atu.ng man. HankJjn&on, Ike. hu&band dizd ApfUZ 2nd, 1S96, and 4-cnce thtn thz uu.dow ha& 
xe^^dzd with hoA dcaughtzfi, Vzczaizd wai, tke. mothzA. o{, ^oua cKddAzn, two 0^ whom ofiz Living 
M/L4. H. 01. Boldt and HzAman Boldt, both 0^ whom AZ^Zdz iouth 0^ town, 

Vzcza&zd wai hlghZy z&tzzmzd by aZZ, and new4 0^ hzn. dzath aj> Azczlvzd waMi gzniUnz 
iOfiAjow among thz zafily A.zi)Zdznt6 . 

Thz ^unzAol wai, hztd today, 6ZAvZcz6 bzlng condactzd at thz Gzuman Evang. ChuAch 
by Rev. GAabomkl. IntzAmznt waa madz -in thz zzmztzAy iouth 0^ thz ctty. 

********** Auguit 1, I9I2 

WHOOPING COUGH FATAL 
HoAold, thz tnlant &on o{^ Uk. and Unii. HobzAt E. Nzumann, dlzd zoAly thxA mon.nA.ng 
{^nom complA.catA.oni following whoopZng cough. Thz tittlz onz had been aJU about thnzz wzzki 
and wai thought to be AjnpnovZng itzadiiy ^oA izvznxxZ dayi pait. 

■ At 4 AM thii monjiing hz wai bAzathing za.i<Zy, but an houA. latzn. thz poAznti wznz 
ihockzd to {^Znd thz baby had paiizd away Thz baby wai thAzz monthi, thnzz wzzki arid thAzz 
dayi old. Thz ^unznal will bz hzl.d SatuAday at thz Luthznan ChuAch, Reu. J. P. Klauilzn 
to conduct thz iZAvlczi, 

Thz itAAckzn poAznti havz thz iZnczAz iympathy o^ all Zn thzAA. loii . 

******** * * August I, 79 J 2 

MOPERN CAIW and ABEL 
fonmzA. Gnzat Bend Rzildznt KtlZzd by BAothzn. -in AlbzAta 

Thz IntzUUigencz nzachzd Hanklmon this, weefe 0({ thz dzath 0^ F. A. Stokzly, a ^oAmzA 
itation agznt o{, thz HoAthznn Paddle at GAzat Bznd, and wztl known to many HanfzA.nion AZitd- 
znti, 

Whzn Ma. Stokzly Iz^t Gnzat Bznd a £zw yejvn ago hz actzd oi thz nailway company 'i 
agznt at HiZnon. Tnom thznz hz wznt to Canada whzAz hz took up a clcujn -in thz AlbzAta 
county -in company with hli bnothzn.. Vomz&tlc tAoublz AZiuZtzd In thz izpoAatlon oj$ F. A. 
Stokzly and wl{^z, accoAdlng to thz cuAAznt nzpont, and ihz had bzzn Living at thz homz o£ 
thz bAothzA. Thli Izd to a {^zad bztwzzn thz bAothzn thz culmination o{i which wai a quoAAzl 
In which F. A. Stokzly wai klllzd. 

Thz bAothzn. clalni that thz killing wai donz In izZi dzizn^z. Thz tznnlblz newi 
comzi CL4 a gnzat ihock to f . A Stokzly' i {^Alzndi hzAz ai hz wai highly nzipzctzd Thzy 
OAZ loath to bzllzvz that hz wai guilty 0|$ any conduct that juiti{)lzd hli muAdzn. 

********* * Auguit 1, 1912 



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Mc<54 EzAiha Lammejiz, clvLz£ opeAotoA. cut thz tocat teZzphonz exchange, A.eXuAne.d 
Viondcuj {^Kom a. \}aj,JX to ksA. homz -in Savanna, IL. Hzn. {^atkzK, who kai, bzzn -in pooK hzatth 
^OA. ^omz iyunz, cUzd JuZlj 15th, duAying hzn. vaJiaX. 

• »•»*«»«»« Augoi-C I, 19 J 2 

FORMER GREEWFI ELP MAN PASSES AWAV ' 

Ma.. John BKophy dLizd JuZy 24th at thz homz ol hi& &on -in Sauk CzrvtzA, UN. He wai> 
bo fin In Uzsjo BKun&w-ickj Canada, on June 6 th, IS 23. A^tzn. thz dzjith of^ hJj> lul^z Zn ISil hz 
camz to thz Un-itzd StaXzi and izttJizd on thz {^anm now occupZzd by F/uink Hzntz -in GKZzndaZz 
Towmk-ip, 

Tzn yzoAM ago hz wznt to t-ivz with hii 6on, P. J, BAophy whzAZ hz d-izd, Sz\JZn 
chitdfLZn 4>uA.v-ivz InijD} P. J. Zfiophy o{^ Sauk Czntzn., T,J. Efiophy oi Bandzttz, MM; Uk6 . UoAxj 
Rzynotds oi Hinnzapotil, , MN. MA4. PeteA ConnoJU OjJ StJJJboatzfi, f-Wl, MA4 . FAJxnk McMana& 
0^ Bemldj-i, MW., Uu . Gzo. HairULton, iJyoczna, Wl., Mw. J. H, Littlz EZma. Onz i-i&tzt 
aZ6o iuAvlvz6 him, HothzA. SapzAlon. -in St. \J-in.czYVt kcadzmy, HaJLif^ax, Nova Scot-ia. kJUi thz 
cSUZdfizn lOZfLZ pfiz&znt at thz ^anzAoZ exczpt Mw. Mchianm who wa6 -iZZ at thz timz. funzAoZ 
&ZAv-izzi, WZAZ hztd FAlday, JuZy 26th, at thz ChuAch o^ Oat Lady OiJ thz Angzli , 

«»»«,«»»«» Aagoit 15, 1912 

GAl/E LIFE {,ofL BROTHER 

A tlghtzd match, th/iown -in-to a cap containing ga&oZlnz, xz&uLtzd In thz dzath OjJ 
EthzZ FZzmlng, 9 yzanj, old, but i>hz i>avzd thz ll^z o^ hzn. 3 yzoA oZd bKotkzK whiiz Kzcziv- 
Ing thz {^atat buAni>. Thz accidznt occuAAzd at thz {,amlty homz In Cayuga, SoAgznt County. 

Both chltd/Lzn wzAZ In thz Koom whzn Ethzt £uppo&lng thz cup contalnzd watzfi, thASiC 
thz Zlghtzd match In a^tzA 4,hz had tightzd a tamp. Thz olt zxptodzd and thz ^Zamzi, wzAz 
tlnAown ovzA both cfUZdAzn. EthzZf dliXzgoAdlng hzn. own dangzn, caAAlzd thz ZlttZz ^zlZow 
down&talnj, , put him undzA thz cl&tzAn pump, and quznchzd thz {^lamzi . Thzn 6hz tuAnzd hzn. 
attzntlon to hzA&zZfi, but hzn buAn& wzfiz io iznloui that ihz dlzd within {^onty zlgh.t houAi, 

«,««,,»«»« Augui^ 75, 1912 

Mt. Auguit Schoznzck dlzd Auga&t 11th, In .hl6 AZildzncz at Wahpzton. Hz wai bon.n 
on August 20th o^ 1837 In NoKdon.^, FKovlncz o{, ?06zn, GzAmany. Hz camz to thl& countny 
In 1SS6, to Wahpztonj and ha& llvzd hzAZ zvzn. 6lncz, ioK yzoAi on kit, ^anm nzoA Tylzn, NV., 
and a^tzn. hz tztlnzd {fA-om ^anmlng kai> Zlvzd In Wahpzton Hz -i& onz 0|{ thz old AzttlzAi o^ 
HichZand County ,»*,»,,,»« ^^^^ 22, 1972 

MURPER AT GENES EO 
fKzz-ioK-Att ScAap End6 In thz Vzath o{, Vantlclpant 
Thz ZlttZz town 0(J Gznz6zo on thz Gn.zat Nonthznn, j'a&t acno-iA thz county Zlnz In 
SoAgznt County, iu&talnzd -iti n.zpuXatlon as "hzZZ's haZ^-acAz" by anotkzA bnuitaZ muAdzn. 
thli wzzk. In a ^n.zz-{tOn.-aJit ^Ight among hobozi Sunday night, onz 0({ thzln numbzn, Hikz 
PztAlck by namz, wot, so szvznzty pummzZzd that hz dlzd thz {oZZowlng day. 

Tn.om what we can Zzann o{, thz a^f^aln, a numbzn. o{i *boz6 had bzzn dnlnklng hzavlZy 
and a quoAAzZ stafvtizd that soon brought on a gznznaZ ilght. f-ists and cZabs wzAZ (,n.zzZy 

ao7) 



ai^d and PeX/U.ck woi n.e.ndeA.e.d ancon&(u.otL!) by a bZow on thz hzad. Tlvc6 enrfed thz Kow and 
luJ> companLoni, , tJu.niu.ng ihz ZnjuAe.d man woi moKZ dnunk than hafut, caAJu.zd him X.nto thz 
bZA.nd p-ig nzoA. which the. i-ight occuAAdd and tt^t hAjn to iiobzn. o£^. Hz lay Zn a &tu.pofi 
aim Klgkt and antiZ Zjsutz Monday a^teAnoon whzn mzdicaZ aZd woi 6uirmonzd. Thzn an zxamin- 
atxon fizvzaZzd thz iact that kU &kuJUL wai, {^fiacJuJizd and thz ZnJuAy KZMvJLtzd -en dza;dn. a 
ihofit timz altzfmafid. 

A iZOAch {^OK thz man who itjuick Vz^OUck wcw at oncz Zn^txtatzd bat hz had a 24 houA. 
4>ta/vt and izzm6 to havz madz good hZi, z&capz. Thz o{i^^czM havz a good dzi,cJu.ptA.on o^ thz 
man and aX am hopzd to Kound kim ap bz^oAz long. 

Pei/w.cfe ha& wofikzd ofLOund Gznz&zo ^ofi a couptz o^ ye/vu, bat thz otkzn. man dJLiitzd 
Ajn onty a ^zu weefei ago. 

Gznzizo hai, long had thz fizpuXajtion o^ bzlng onz oi thz toaghz&t town& In 4>oathzAn 
NoKth Dakota and a nzpfvoach to thz SoAgznt County oHlciaJU who havz thz zn^oficzmznt o^ 
thz taw -in hand. 

EanZy fizpofitd hzAz wzxz to thz zHzcX that Shznt^i Jackman had bzzn 6hot and .iniit- 
antiy kMzd whiZz ttyZng to anAZit a coupZz o^ kobozi, but lofitunatzty thZi AzpoAt pfiovzd 
to bz wZthout {foundation, 

********** Augoit 29, 1912 

JOHM ALOySJUS SCHRAMM 

John AZoy&iiid SchKomm, ion o{^ Uft. and Ufii, . J. M. Schnamn oi LidgzAwood, dtzd on {Uzd- 
nz^day zvznZng, Augu6t 2Ht, at 10 PM a^tzA a {^zw day4, Ztinzi4>. He wa6 about 7 yzoAi, old, 

A ^zw wzzk& ago hz &u£^zAzd a itight ZnJuAy on thz Zzg whiiz at play and it appzoAzd 
to bz a tnt^ting aZlmznt iuch as, ocean, to childxzn o^tzn. A Littlz latzfi It dzvzZopzd 
btood poZioning and become acutz and j'u&t whzn thz attznding phyii.cJjx.n had that appoAzntly 
undzA contAol, pnzumonta izt In, and hz &ank. AopZdly ^Kom that timz until kit, dzath occu/uizd. 

He wa& a bnlght and lovablz boy and wa& highly z&tzzmzd by thz ^ainiZy and thzln. 
{iAx.zndi> and thz poAznti) havz thz iympatliy ol thz community tn thz loi>i> oi a pAomtilng ion. 

Thz ^unzAol wai, hzld hznz SatuJiday moAntng, ieAu^cea bzlng conductzd at St. PhlLip'i 
ChuAch by Rev. Joi. F. Studnlcka, and Intzjmznt wa& madz In thz Catholic CzmztzAy. 

Thoiz ij^om a diitancz In attzndancz at thz (^unzfuxZ wzAz Wu, . T. A. Smith, Undznwood, 
WP.; John LindzAman, HutchU.ni>on, MM.; Ma. and U/u, . Loaii Wz&t/iap and Ha. and HA^. LzonoAd 
Linman, Wln&tzad, MW.; Joi] (HzitAup, Edzn Vallzy, MW. 

********** Augait Z9 1912 

A FATAL ACCWENT 
Hikz Hang&lo Vzld f^Aom InjuAlzi Su&tatnzd Monday 
Hikz Hangilo, mployzd by thz GAzat NoAthzAn ai, pump AzpalAZA, wa& {^ataZly InjuAzd 
by a 171044 0|5 we^ piping which ^zJUi on him whJZz woAklng on thz company wzlZ at Stllzi 
Monday ^oAznoon. 

He wai zngagzd In woAk on thz wzUi and a puZlzy gavz way, thz wzlght Oj{ izvzAol 
hundAzd poundi o{, Inon piping itAlizlng him on thz oAm and Izg . Thz anm wai bAokzn In 

thAZZ placu and thz Izg wai ifu.ght{^uJUy manglzd. 

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Thz AjijuAe.d man uxu, placzd on thz GKejout UoitheAn mlxzd tACbin wkick cam atong a 
ikofut time. a^teM. tke. accident and thz tfuxin Ainhzd to BAecfeen/U-dge, The. lnjafU.zi, pAovzd 
{,atat, hovozveA, thz vZctun pa64)^ng auiay ihoKtZy a^tzA. Kzaching tkz ho&pAJjoZ. 

Vzczaizd had bzzn zjnptoyzd at StlZzi by thz G. W. Company ioK about, thuzz yzau. 
He uxU) 3S yzxifu, oZd and texi\JZ& a wl^z and two chXZd/LZn. 

********** SzptembzA 5, 192 

CLAUS MOEHRTMG 

Ctaai HozhAying dizd at hti homz on thz noKth AZdz OjJ town Sunday zvznlng. Hz woi 
5S yzjvii old. Vzath um due to acutz aZcohoLL&m, and thz coie woi a pathztiz onz -en that 
an othzAuxi&z u&z^uZ ti^z uxu vnKzdizd by ZtqaoK. 

Vzaza&zd was boA.n tn Gz/many 58 yzau ago, comtng to Amzfitca tn H83. Hz Zocatzd 
at Kzy&tonz, lA., and taught school iofi many yzofU,, but hi& habiti, unf^-Lttzd hun ^on. ichoot 
vooKk and hz dKi^tzd anound ^OK lomz timz, ^tnaLLy bfUngtng up at Hanktmon, 

Hz madz hi& homz uxith thz Gkojmz ianUZy ioK iomz timz and about two yzjifiM ago wad 
maJOUzd to Ma^, ChanZottz ZizmZA., who aJithough 18 yzoAi kU izntol luAvlvzA kan. Vzcza&zd 
coAAtzd $1200 ti^z tn&Wianzz tn ^avofi o^ thz widow. 

Vzzzaiizd had Kzczlvzd an zxczZZznt zducation and wa& gzniaZ and good^hzoAtzd to a 
£auZt. Ht& onZy znzmy woi hJjn&zZi. 

Thz iunzAoZ wa& hztd Tuziday a^tzAnoon, iZAvZczi bztng conductzd at thz Gznman Ev. 
ChuAch by Rev. GAabomkA.. ********** SzptzmbzA 5, 7912 

ChaJiZzi MoAcfee, 6on o^ Wm. MoAcfee 0(J tkc& vWiagz dizd on SatuJiday nJ^ht at thz 
BA.zzkznAJ.dgz Ho^pttaZ, Hz had bzzn zmpZoyzd at thz TaxAvtzw ^oAm ^OK thz Za&t yzoA and 
UXL& Aunning a thAz&htng zng-inz wfien takzn itck and Kzmovzd to thz hoipttat, whzAz hz dizd 
0(J pnzumon^. 

Vzcza&zd wa& wzZt known hzAZ and wai, a young man o^ good habtti, 4>tzady and tnda&t- 
Aoui> and wWi be gAzatly mliizd by A.zZatZvzi, and ^fUznd& . Thz AvnaA.nl> wzAZ taU.d at AZit 
tn thz luthzfuin CzmztzAy. Reu. KZaxi&ZzA oft Hanklmon had dioAgz o^ thz ^unznal 6ZAvlcz6. 

********** SzptzmbzA 5, T9I2 

ZinzhoAX FozZtz, agzd 24, dizd at thz homz o^ ha, paAznti , Ua.. and Wu> . Ludwlg TozUlz 
nzofL TaiAmount, Tuziday at 1:30 AM. Hz wa6 a vtctim o{ BAtght'6 dUza&z and had bzzn 
a^JLing ^,tncz 4,pnlng, although hti condition wai not con&tdzAzd cfUtical untUZ a jjew houAi, 
bz^oAz thz znd. Vzcza&zd wa& an zxzmpZaAy young man, hA.ghZy zitzzmzd by aZZ, and hAj> 
untUmzZy dzath ti a mattzA o^ KzgKzt to a ZoAgz ctActz oi {^fitzjide,, 

Thz iunznaJi wai hztd Olzdnziday, Reu. G/iabowikA. conducting thz iZAvtczi. 

********** Se.ptzmbzn. 5, 1912 



a 09) 



PIOWEER GONE 

He/unan FAed foeZtz dlzd at thz homz o{, hAj> daughteA, KUl6. Wm. Hzzich, Zn Gfizzn- 
daZz Sunday, Szpt. 8th, a{^teA an ZJiZnz{,6 oft hivzAoJi weefei . InivuMJtLu duz to advancing 
ijzau vozfiz the. cauiz of^ hl& dzath. 

Vzczaizd u)a6 bon.n In liittzZhagdn, nexiA PZatt, ?ormz>U.n GzAmany, on Nov, 12tk, 1&40. 
In H65 hz uiat, mafifU-zd to Aagaita VkLzvz. Thzy camz to America Zn 1S70, locating ^ZA&t at 
MayvAyitz, Wl. SZx yzoAj, latzA thzy movzd to LitchvWiz MM,, and In 1S8S camz to Nofvtii 
"Dakota, ^zttJUjtg Zn what -c4 now GKZzndaZz Town&fUp. Hz fiztlfizd iZvz yzafu ago, movtng to 
town, whzKZ hz hai, 4-cnce A.z&Zdzd. Thz wcjje dZzd about loufi yzau ago. 

Vzczatizd wa4 thz iathzfi oi Kinz cJUZdAzn, thuzz o^ whom i,uA.vi.vz hZm; U/u>. Wm, Hzz&ch, 
RobznX. Fozttz and Hzn/iy fozttz, aZZ OjJ whom KZiZdz Zn thZ& vZcZyUty. 

ThzAz oJiz louA. &u>ivi\}A.ng bfwtkzu; Aug. fozttz Oj$ Hankycn&on, Cant Fozttz, who JU, Ln 
Canada, Efinzit Fozttz Zn Gznmany and Ludtotg FozZtz o^ FaOimount. 

Funz/iaZ izfivZcz^ wzAZ hzZd Wzdnziday, Rev. A. Gfuibow6kA. conducting thz iZA-vZczi at 
thz GzAman Ev. Chu/ich. A txxJtgz numbzn. oi iOKfiowZng ifu.znd6 wzKZ Zn attzndancz to pay thz 
Za6t moAk 0(5 fiZipzct to onz 0(J thz pZonzzu o^ ZicJtiand County. 

Intzfmznt wai, madz In thz czmztzAy 6outhwz&t oiJ town. 

**,..»•»,» SzptzmbzA 12, 1912 

A SUDVEN VEATH 

Augu&t C. Fzttbaum o{, SwanvZtZz, MM., a {^ofmzn. wztJt known xzi-idznt of, Hinnz&ota 
Town&hip, dizd at thz hdmz of, hii bfiothzA HznAy M. FztZbaum Zn Hinnz&ota Township, Wzdnzit- 
day moKnZng. Vzczoizd wa& a vtctZm o{j tabzAcuZo6Z6 but hd condition wai not con6Zdzn.zd 
CJUXlcjot and thz iuddznnz&& o^ hii> taking o^ woA a gxzat 6hock to otd ^nZzndi, 

In company with hii ztdz&t daughtzt, kz dfuovz acJW&i {^fiom SwanvZttz to Hinnz6ota 
Town&hZp, anruvZng thzAZ Monday mofinying. He itood thz tKip wztZ and izzmzd to bz Zn bzttzn. 
hzatth than ^oA. 4ome tZmz pa&t. Hz wa& takzn ZLt Tuz&day nZght and pai,&zd away wZthZn a 
£zw houA&. 

Vzcza&zd wa& onz o^ thz zanZy izttJtzxi Zn flinnziota Town&hZp, tocatZng thzfiz whzn 
thz Kzi>zn.vation woa openzd. Hz woi mafifu,zd latzn. to Emma UafioM. and iZx duJtdAzn wzAZ boA^i 
0(J thz union; two gZAZi, thz eZdz&t bzZng about 11 yzafu, otd, and ^oun. boyi . Hz wai> a nat- 
Zvz 0^ Gxzzn Bay, bJJ., whztz hz wa& boKn Jan. 11th, 1S67. 

Bz&Zdzi thz wZ^z and chZZdAzn, hz Z& iuAvZvzd by hZi agzd pafiznt6,who fiuZdz at 
SwanvZZlz, MM., onz iZ&tzn. at SwanvZtZz, Maa. F. G. StAoihzZn, anothzK &Zl>tzn., UfiM . fjJaltzA 
BAandt, at Pen^Oi$({, NV., and ^oun. bhothzAJ:,; Ben. Fzttbaum at SwanvZttz, Ed. Fzttbaum at 
New Hol&tzin, WT., MoAtZn FzUtbaum ojj Vznho£i, NV., and H. M. Fzttbaum OjJ M^nne^o^ TowmhZp. 

t^embzu 0)$ thz itAZckzn {^amZty anJuvzd Wzdnuday zvznZng and aJiAangzmznti havz been 
madz ion. ihZpmznt 0|J t^e fiemaZrHi to thz homz at SwanvZtZz MM. pfiobabty tonight. 

«**«»»»*«» Szptzmbzn 12, 1912 



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MAi. CoaZ UahZtn. oi$ tihu vWLciqz dltd on Monday mofmlng taut cut hzfi home., Vzcejv>zd 
had been UX ^OK i>omz XUirn uo.iXh dtop^tj. K\a.. and Mfit,. UahleA weAz among ouA zoAZy ieXtZzfu> 
and weAe c£a64ed cmonQ thz mo&t -Lndu6tAXoai> and pn.06peA0(U {anrnzu. They dzcldzd abou^ 
&^x yexiU ago io fiztOiz ^nom ^aAmLng and movzd to thi& vltZagz whzAZ they havz 4-t.nce A.e- 
&Zdzd. Vecza&zd tzaveJ^ many Ifvizndji, a ha&band, ioni and daughtzA. to moann hzt dzpoAtuAZ. 
Shz uioi 69 yzau old. Shz wa6 laid at Azit In thz Luthztan CemeZznij on ThuA^day, Sept. Mtk. 

»»*,**»»»« SejptembzA 12, 1972 

?AJiz Zn thz John Radkz boAn, thAZZ mHz6 noxtk o{, Wahpeton F/Uday night, Az&uZtzd 
In thz dzatJi OjJ Matt KobzZt, employzd a& a ^oAm hand, and thz loi£ o^ ^Ivz hoAiZi, 40 tom> 
0^ hay and othzA pAopzAty. KobeZt uxu, ovzAcomz uikiZz attempting to Aziciiz />omz o£ thz 
hjOfUteJi and hl& body wa& buAnzd to a cAl6p. Hz woi unmanAlzd and about 35 yeaAi> old. 

Vzzeaizd woi a bAothzn. oi AldAlch KobeZt, a uiell known iaAtnzA nzoA UantadoA. 

»»*»«»»»»« SzptembzfL 12, I9I2 

Simon Lzy died at thz homz of^ hli 6liteA, Ka&. H. C. ShulXz, In t-iinnziota Township, 
Sunday, Szpt. 8th, a^tzn. Au^^zAlng iJ/Lom Bnlght'^> dlizaiz ioA about ilx. monthi. Vzczoizd 
woi boAn on Nov. 2Ut, 1S57, In Sullivan, Jz^izA&on County, WI., and llvzd In that locxsZity 
until about ^ouA yzoAi ago, whzn hz camz to Dakota and hoi &lncz madz hli homz mth Shuttz 
^anUZy. Hz nzvzA moAnlzd, but U> iuAvlvzd by £lvz ilitzu and two bKothzHb. Vzcza&zd 
wa& a man o^ a Aztlnlng dlipo^-Uon but woi wztl thought o{, by tho^z who znjoyzd hli iAiznd- 
ihlp. Thz ^uneAot wai, hzld at St. PauZ'^ Evang. ChuAch, Reu. Gnabomkl conducting thz 
6ZAvlc(U>. ********** SzptembzA 12, 1912 

Thz Aemalni o^ Matt KobeZt who wai, buAnzd to death on thz TAzd Radkz ^anm nofith oi 
Wahpeton loit wzzk, WZAZ takzn to Wzit Bend, WT., whzAZ InteAmznt wai madz In thz iamlly 
lot. Vzaza&zd 1& luAvlvzd by thAzz bAothzAl, and iouA iliteJUi, aZl o{, whom Az&ldz In Wlt,- 
con&ln except UlAlch KobeZt who llvz6 nofith o^ MantadoA. 

********** SzptembeA 19, J9I2 

Thz death o^ Mu. John R. ScheZZzA, nzz BommeAibach, occuAAzd Monday. Vzcea&zd 
had Been undzA tAzatmznt at thz EAZckznAldgz HoipltaZ but mzdlcaZ 6klZZ wa& not zquaZ to 
thz taik OjJ pAolonglng hzA ll^z. Vzcza&zd le> iuAvlvzd by thz huiband, a pAomlnznt {^anmZA 
AZildlng eight mlleJ:, iouthzoit 0|{ town, and onz child. Thz ^unzAoZ wai heZd at St. PhlZlp'i 
ChuAch thli moAnlng, and wai attzndzd by a loAgz numbeA o^ AoAAowlng {^Aizndi, many o^ whom 
had known hzA ilncz childhood In thz old countAy. 

********** Szptembzn 19, I9J2 

A {^ati 0(J Izii than thAzz izeX AziuZtzd In thz Imtant death of, thz llttlz {,ouA 
yZMA old ion oi Ma. and MA4. R. W. F. SpooneA neoA Havanna. Hz illppzd iAom a hzavlly 
loadzd wagon and a fa/iofeen nzck wai thz Aziult. 

********** SeptebmeA 26, 1912 



ail) 



VEATH OF B. W. JONES 
?A.u,Ajie.nt 0)5 Ke.i[&tonz Land Co. Poised Away Monday 

E. W. JoMA, ptLUKU-paZ. oixmzA o^ ihe. mammoth Kzyitonz Fanm, dlzd at thz ^anm naoA 
MantadoK on Monday, ^otiouilng an ^M-nUi o^ ievzAoJi weefcj. 

Vzath woA duz to thz Zn^^Mfnotiu o^ old agz, dzczoizd havying pa^6e.d hli, SS/ui b-Otth- 
day. Hz wa4 . coniccooi aZmo&t to thz znd and did not abandon hopz o^ KZCovzKy untLZ a 
{^zw houu bzion.z dzath zni>uzd. 

Vzczaizd uxu a man o£ p/iom^zncz 'in thz zoitzAn 6ui^ne44 and ^ZnancMiZ wofitd and 
had bzzn vzAy 6uccz&6^uZ, accumulating a ^ofitanz o^ moKZ than a mWLion doZlaJU). Among 
ki& -invz&tmznt& wtu thz Kzy&tonz Fo/un 0(J 5280 acn.z& Zn EzZ^oA.d Touimhip, and ^on. i>zvzfiaZ 
yzjvil) hz halt &pznt a good &haA.z o{^ thz &ummzn. reason on thi& ^oAm, He woi a moi,t tikz- 
abtz choAactzA and madz uioAm {^fu,zndJt o^ alt lacth whom hz camz Zn contact. 

Vzcza&zd wai, a nativz o^ PznniyZvanAXi and acquAAzd thz KzyAtonz ^oAm by t/iading 
coat mZnz 6tock ^OK thz Zand, ujkich had i,a^^zAzd a iZfUzi o^ cfiop ^aJMiAZ6 wlvich dlihzafLt- 
znzd thz ownzAl) . 

Hz -U liUAvZvzd by a ion and two daaghtzfti, and two o^ thz chitdtzn uiztz uiith him 
at thz tUmz o(, hit, dzath. Thz othzn. daughtzn. was unabZz to Zzavz hzA zodtzfin homz on 
account ol Winzii& . 

BziZdzi thz KzLfitonz^ofun o^ 52S0 acfizd, thz company oi which dzcza&zd wai P/ies-td- 
znt owni anothzA bonanza ^anm nzoA CZX^^oKd, TaxuZ County, UP., and dzczaizd wai thz pAA.n- 
CAjpaJi itockhoZdzA in thz zZzctAi.c naZZway oAound HiagaAa TatZ& . 

Thz fizmoyinl, wzAZ zmbaZmzd and ihlppzd to Buf^^aZo, NY., Tuz&day mofirUng ^oK bunlaZ. 
Ton. thz pKUznt thz dzath o^ thz pfiziidznt wiZZ makz no changz Zn thz managzmznt 0({ thz 
bZg ^oAm -en thii, county. It Zi pAobabZz that Zn thz couAiz o^ -time, howzvzt, Zt wZiZ bz 
ioZd o{i£ Zn imaZZ Zoti and pan to thz ownzAihZp oiJ qua/utzn. izctZon {^anmzfii . 

»»«**»,,*» Oc-tobe/i. 3, I9I2 

Thz thfizz yzoA oZd daughtzn. o^ Ma., and Uu. Ed. SZmmzni, KZiZdZng nzoA Hinot, wai 
buAnzd to death whzn Zz^t aZonz by thz oZdzA mzmbzAi oi thz ^amZZy. Shz had zvZdzntZy 
iZcuAzd iomz matchzi and zndzavoKzd to itofit a ^Zaz. Wi& . SZimzni Zi a nZzcz o^ Wm. WzZn- 
kaa^ 0^ Hinnziota TownihZp, »«»«»«««*» OctobzA 3 792Z 

Thz thAzz monthi oZd baby boy o£ Mk. and Ma& . Wm. WzZii dizd Za&t Thauday. FunznaZ 
iZAvZczi WZAZ hzZd SatuAday at St. John'i LuthzAan ChuAch oi ZzZiofid wZth Rzv. HZtgzndoAi 
condactZng thz iZAvZczi. Thz iamiZy havz thz sympathy oi aZZ Zn thzZA bzAzavzmznt. 

»»*«**,««» OUobzA 3, /97Z 

KlllEV by CORN BIWPER 
laboAZA on Kejy&tonz fanm Hoi Wecfe BAokzn 
LouZi Tzckt, a ZaboAZA zmpZoyzd on thz Kzyitonz ioAm nzoA MantadoK, wai ZmtantZy 
kZZZzd whzn itAuck by a coAn bZndzA bzhZnd a Aunaway tzam Za&t fAiday aitzAnoon. 

Thz accZdznt happznzd aitzA thz thAzz coAn bZndzAi woKkZng on izctxon thAZZ oi thz 
bZg iaAm haZtzd whzn thz hzad machZnz, dtZvzn by fzcht, got out oi oxdzA. Fzcht'i tzam 

ai2) 



took ifLLQht and 4>ta/ite.d to fuin, ZzavZng kirn A.n ^^ont o^ tkz izcond fa-cndeA; thz second tzam 
{fOZtouizd thz zxamptz o^ thz iVi&t and tkz an{,oAtLLnat.z man wai> ^tnuck by thz machinz and 
knockzd down. Thz othzn. d/Uvzu hwi/Uzd to hilt 4-idz but Za.{^z woa ZTctinzt, and a i>ab.i> zcniznt 
zxamlnatlon KzvzaZzd thz ^act that hZi, nzck had bzzn bAx>kzn. KiZdz ^Kom a bad i>zaJLp wound 
and a ^ew iCAotchzi, on thz i^idz ojj thz ijace, hz wa6 not dii^ZgofLzd i.n any way. 

Thz tzam cantLnazd on Zt6 mad cxuizzn, fuxnnyiriQ a coupZz o^ m/Xzi . Thzy zntzfizd a 
Zong boAn on thz £a/m, pa64-cng thfiough aX ifiom znd to end and duAying thz zntOiz dJj,tancz 
thz bZndzA. wai, J.n gzan, Stfuingz to iay, nzlthzfi hofi6Zi oK machinz iu^^ztzd any ZnjuAy on. 
damagz what eue/i. 

Co/Lonz/L WZtdzn. o^ Wyndmztz wai, ^ummonzd at oncz but dzcUdzd that an ^nquz&t wai 
unnzczi-ioAy . Thz body wa& bAX)ught to Hanlu.niton and embaZmzd. Thz onZy known fizZajtivz aj> a 
bAothzn. Aji St, LoocA, but z^^oKti to commun^catz with him havz bzzn ^AxUtZzi^, . Thz body 
woA batlzd In HWUZdz Cemztzfiy yzjktzfiday . 

Vzcza&zd wa6 a man about 45 yza/u oZd, a Gznman by blnth, ilngZz, and had woKkzd 
on thz Kzy-ittonz ^oAm ^oA. a Zong timz. Hz woe, comldzfizd a 6obzn. and Zndui>tnloui man and 
wa& saving In hl& habZti ai, li, attzitzd by thz {,act that at thz timz oi hU dzath thzAz 
wa& a baZanzz oi about $107 due kirn on thz company'6 booki . This monzjy waj, twinzd ovzA. 
to thz zoKonzn. and wiZZ bz moKz than Au^f^Zcyiznt to dziljatj thz ^Wfizn/xZ expend ei. 

Supt. UzMA.{^ZzZd had Ziiuzd 6tAlct oAdzti agalnt, thz coin bZndzfi men ^oZtowlng zazh 
othzn at c£o4e hangz In tkz ildidi,, and had hli, oKdzu bzzn obzyzd thz accZdznt wouZd havz 
bzzn asjwtzd. »,»««»»«*» OcJjob^ TO, 1912 

VEATH CAME SUDVENLV 
John TzlgnzA Vlzd La&t KCght on Way to Ho^ipltaZ 
John TzZgnzn. dlzd aX thz GkzoX hloAthznn dzpot about 11 PM Zuut night, j'a&t fae^oAe 
thz tAcuin aAAAVzd that would havz takzn han to thz EAzckznAldgz Hospital ^oK an opzxation 
loK appzndlcltU . 

Vzczoizd wai XJiZ but a jjew day4> He compZalnzd o^ not ^zzZlng wzZZ Zai>t Friday 
night at C. EmmeA4on'4 whzAZ hz had bzzn hzZplng thAough thAZihlng. At hit, own /,uggzi,t- 
lon hz wot, glvzn a tzam and dtovz to town to consult a doctoA. Hz ofuUvzd hzAZ about 
midnight, but wai, vzAy wzak and ^tu^^z^zd a coupZz 0|J fainting 6pztZ&. Hz wai takzn homz 
thz {oZiowlng moAnlng whzAz hz ihowzd ZlttZz InpAovmznt, and yzitznday zxpKZiizd a wlih 
to bz takzn to thz BAzckznAldgz Hoi>pltaJi. Hz waa bAought to town buX poiizd away ihonily 
a^itzfi Azachlng thz dzpot. 

Vzczoizd wai a young man o^ 11 yzoAi, urmoAAizd, boAn In RlchZand County on JuZy 
5th 0^ U91 and wai thz only Aon o^ Ua. and Uu. Guit TzZgnVi. Hz had a Zafigz caacZz oi 
^Aizndi and wai zitzemzd by all ^OA hli many good quaZlXlzi . Hz had itoAtzd ^aAmlng ioA 
hlmizZi thz poit 4>zaion. and a bfilght ^utuAZ li bZottzd out by thz gfujn Azapzn.. Hli 
dzath li a iad blow to thz poAznti and ^ouA ilitzAi . 

Thz lunzAal afiAangmznti havz not yzt bzzn announczd. 

,»»»»»»»»« Octobzfi 10, 1912 

cn3i 



ChoJiLni, Gaovza, a 14 yzoA old SZ&^z^n lad, wai (ii,6Aj,tLng Zn untoad^^g a canload 
of, gcuotinz ^OK thz local bA.anch of ihz StandoAd Oil Company and cLunbzd on thz top of 
the. huge. tank. Tkz coveA to thz tank wcw opzn, and thz fumz& ovznccmz thz body and hz 
fztt A.n. LatzA hz wa& rnUizd, bat Jit wa4 ovJiy aftzA a long izoAch that lvL& body wa6 
found Zn thz bottom of thz tank. 

********** OcJjobzA 10, 1912 

Thz fanZAjol of John FzlgznzA. wa& hzZd Satuxday, iZAvZczi bzing conductzd at thz 
Congfizgdtional ChuAch by Rev. E. P. CzXckzUi. Thz KzmcUn& wzAz laid to Kz&t In HUXcldz 
Cojnztzfiy. A lafigz a&izmblagz of i>ofifvom.ng ffu.zndLi> follovozd thz fLzmaim to thzln. final 
Az&ting placz. ********** OctobzA 17, 1912 

MA6. Otto GfLizpzntKog pa&6zd away on fKiday la&t aftzK a ihofit iJtlnz66. Shz woi 
takzn to thz Ho&pitaJi and aZZ waa donz thaX. could bz donz to phalong hzn. tifz but of no 
avail. M/L4 . GKizpzntnxsg wai, a daughtzA of Can! Mo^ and wai, highly zitzzmed by alZ. 

Shz lzjavz& a family of &maZZ chitdAzn and a huiband who havz thz sympathy of all 
in tkzAJi &ad bzAzavzmznt. Thz funzmxl woi hzZd on Tuz&day at thz Latkznxin ChuKch, Reu. 
T. Hijfick conducting thz ^znviczi. 

********** OctobzA 24, 1912 

MA4. Otto GhA,zpzntAx>g , nzz Lzna Mofii, dizd Tfu-day Oct. 1 Sth, at thz Bn.zckznAA.djgz 
Ho&pltal, agzd 30, a& a Aziutt of compLicajtion& folZowing duZdbiAth. VzczoMzd wai, foA- 
mznZy of GAzat Bznd but foA 4>zvzAal yzaA6 hoi Az&idzd at Fond da Lac, WI. Shz accompanizd 
hzA huiband to GAzat Bznd whzAz hz 6upzAintzndzd thz thAZ&hing on hi& foAm. 

Bz6idz& thz 4>tAickzn huiband, ^ix Littlz ckildAzn OAZ Izft, thz oldut tzn yzxiAi 
and thz younqz&t but thAzz wzzbt,. Thz funzAoZ woi hzZd Tuzdday, &zA\jiczi> bzing conductzd 
at thz chuAch 6outh of GAzat Bznd by Rev, T. Hinck. 

********** QctobzA 24, 1912 

A. J. BankzA, fathzA of A. J. of tkC& placz who wai looking aftzA budinzjiii ivitzA- 
Zit6 hzAZ, Azczivzd a mz&iagz Tuzdday announcJ.ng thz dzjoth of hA^ only bAothzA at Hilwau- 
feee whzAZ hz wai, an inmcutz of thz National SoldizAi' Homz. HA. BoAkzA dzpoAtzd thz 6amz 
Yiight foA miioaukzz to takz choAgz of thz funzAol aAfiangzmznti, , 

********** OctobzA 24, 1912 

Vicz PAz&idznt Joi. S. ShzAman ?ai,i,zd hoay OctobzA 51, 1912 

********** 

ManXin Easily, a pAominznt citizen of Wahpzton, dizd at thz RochzitzA Ho&piXal Sun- 
day moAning aftzA a long Ztlnzii. Vzcza&zd wa& a Izading dzmocnat and izAvzd ai chaiAman 
of thz county tAza&ufLZA in 1S94 and iZAvzd onz tznm. He ii, AuAvivzd by a wifz and fouA 
chJXdAzn. Thz funzAol wai, hzld out Wahpzton thij, foAznoon. 

********** Octobzn. 31, 1912 



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E. W. Mc FaALxnd, {^ofmvdjj oi Hankln6on, -d, dzad 06 thz n.zi,ulX o^ a KjauZnoad accl- 
dznt Zn ihe. VaZixtk yoAdi Zait FfUday. H-d> zng-Lm cottidud mjth anothzA ZocomotZvt and 
he. MJOi cJm&hzd 6o badZy that dexith zmazd a ^ew houA6 £jxtzA. 

He. Aj> i,aA.\jl\je.d by a wZ^t and th/izz LLttHe. gZnti . Mewi o{, kit, untimeZy dexvth came 
06 a gKejJut 6hock to Hankyin&on ^nZtndi o^ tht £airUZy. 

********** NovmbeA 7 1912 

FATAL RUNAWAY 
WahpeXon Man -ti KiZZzd -en Ruywhaioij kccJ,dznt. 

Chas. yoangqubUt, OJahpe;ton bai,^nej>6 man and weJiZ. known thJwoQhoat thz coixnty, uja6 
{^atoLiy Z.njuAzd Zn a runaway la&t Monday a^tzAnoon and dJ.zd about 6 W. that zvzning. 

Ma., VoungqiLi&t wot, hauLLng hay Monday altznnoon. He wai, on a toad nzan. hU boAn 
and Oi nzan. ai> can be tzoAnzd thz tzarn bzcamz ^fU.ghtznzd and hz t/Uzd to gzX. down o^({ 
thz toad to itop thzm. Ai hz wai, poJit way down thz wagon cAa&hzd Znto a tzZzphonz potz 
and hz woi cAinhzd bztu)zzn thz potz and thz wagon. No onz wai with him at thz timz bat 
hU c/Uzi bAoaght hli ^airUZy {^/wm thz hoaiz and hz wa& takzn -in&ldz whzAZ hz tapszd Znto 
uncon&CA.oiiitnz&6 and dZzd Zn a ^ew hoau. 

Alt. Voungqaiit had bzzn -en thz madvLnzfiy bai'Lnz&6 Zn Wahpzton {^oK a good many yzau 
pA.zvZoui& to tait yzan. and hz was a popuLvi cJJxzzn. Onty two wzzki ago hU pafitnzn. oi 
many yzau, Mafutin EanJby, deed af^tzA. an opznation. 

Thz ^unznat izuvlczi wWi 6e heZd In thz CongfLzga^omt ChuAcJi tha, afitzfinoon, thz 
6ZA.v<.cz& bZying -in ckafigz OfJ thz Uajionic lodge o^ which hz wai a mzmbzfi. 

********** NovembeA 14, 1911 

Titttn4 wzAz bo/in at thz homz oi ktbzAt Hiitzfi on Tfu.dajy ta&t, a boy and a g-inZ. 
Onz pa&izd away ihoitty a^tzn. b<Ath. 

**,******** NovembzA 11, 1911 

SHOT iofL A PEER 
fofmzn. Rzi-idznt tUZtzd A.n thz hUnnz&ota Woodi 

John HiZtzA, a iofmzA Az^Zdznt oi thM> MA.CA.ruXy, woi shot and Zn&tantty kJXtzd by an 
anknown hantzA A.n thz wood& nzafi Fotdi, UN., ta&t ThuAiday. HiJ^ZA wai> chopp-ing wood 
whzn thz shot wai iifizd, thz battel: zntznJjng fU4 >u.ght ildz and poiilng cZzan. thnough hli 
body, px.eAcc.ng thz hzoAt. Vzath wai Zmtantanzoai . 

Vzczoizd iofmznJUj xzi-idzd onz and a hati miZzi ioathwzit oi Lidgznwood and wai wztt 
known to many oi thz otdzA Auldznti oi tkii szction. Hz tzit thJji coantfvy a (Jew yejxfn 
ago J tocatZng -in nonXhzAn flinnziota. 

A mziiagz wai KZCZAVzd hzAz SatuAday announcing thz iad neuii oi hli death, Nzti 
Hanion and Chai. Womode, bAothzAji-ln-taw oi thz dzceoizd, tzit at oncz and took chaAgz 
oi the ianzAot onAangemznti . Thzy oAA-ivzd homz Tuziday moAning iAom thzln. iad ZAAand. 

Vzceoizd wai a widowzA bat Zi ianvZvzd by thAZZ daaghtZAi . Hz aJLio teavzi iouA bfw- 
thzAi and two i-iitzAi. 



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NovzmbeA IS, 1911 



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Ed. Stoktzy, convlctzd oiJ muAdoAlnQ hi& bfiotkoJi, F. A. StokZuy, [Thz laXtiiA. ^ofunViZtj 
oi GKejit Ee.nd] , hca bzzn izniznczd to hang at Coatti>, ktbanXa, thl& weefe. 

»»»««*««,» UovmbeA n, 7912 

{))ond woA fizdZAXzd hzAz Zoit weefe o^ thz dexvth o£ Vdttn. Voht, a io/mzn. wzLt known 
KU^dznt oi th.t VzAnon coantAy, -en W^&con&ln. Vzczoizd contAactzd tubzAcaioiZi) and 
thz gXQjcut wtuLtt plaguz wai n.zipon&A,btz ^on. hJj) untAjnzlif dzath. He -ci AuAu-cued by kti, 
uxi^z and tujo chU.dnzn. ********** 

Ma., and M'w. Jacob Hzntz tt^t la&t FfUday zvznlng ^OA. Fon du Lac, WI,, to attznd 
thz ianzfmZ oi Wu, . Hzntz' {^Oithzfi, Hikz Me^^ei. Thzy wWi be ab^znt tuio wzzki. 

********** Novzmbzn. 2S, 1912 

A bZndzfi zxpzAt by thz name of, Jo&zph Smith, who ^OK a rumbzn. oi yzau hai> bzzn 
vnptoyzd on thz Adami ianm divUng thz hoAvzit and thAz&hlng -tune, conmuXtzd i,iu.cZdz A.n 
EA-ZckcnAldgz Zait wzzk by taJzA^ng po-i&on. Eat. ..LittZz -i& known o^ thz man thzAZ, zxczpt 
that hz camz {,Aom ULckigan and, aX aj> bzLizvzd that, hz ha6 a bfwthzfi In Gfvand Raptdi . 

Smith camz to EJizckzn/Udgz ovZA a mont!^ ago ^Aom thz Adxxmi, ioAm waMi ovzn. $206. Hz 
wai a man that duank hzaviZy. At thz tJjnz o^ hZi dzath thzAz woi not a cznt on hun. Hz 
was known and /.dzntiitzd by a numbzA. o^ pzoptz -in B/LZckzn/u.dgz and Wahpzjton. HZ& bfwthzA 
wa^ noUilzd. ********** NovmbzA 2%, 1912 

Uu . Hztzna EzAg dizd at thz homz o^ hzn. 6on E. C. Be/tg In Lizn Town&hlp on Pec. 
lit, 1912, at thz agz o^ 77 yzaJii and 6 months, a^tzfi &lx monthi o^ iuHzfUng. 

Shz wai boA.n -en ZingiakzA, HzdejnaA.kzn, Nonway, on May 26th o^ ISIS, and camz to 

thii caixntfiy 23 yzau ago, and hoi madz hzn. homz with hzA ion. Shz tzavzi ^ouJi chxZdfizn, 

thizz ioni and onz daughtzn.. Thz iunzAnl wai hzld Wzdnziday aitzAnoon. Cant Bz/ig, a 

ion ixom ULnnzapotU , attzndzd thz ^anzAal. 

********** VzczmbzA 5, 1912 

TOLL 0(5 GRTM REAPER 
Two fofmzn. RziZdznti Caltzd to GKzat Ezyond. 
W. W. WRIGHT 
Newi wai fizczivzd hzAZ thLi wzzk oi thz dzxith oi W. W, WfUght at WfUghtiton, OttzA- 
talZ County, MW., on Vzc. 2nd. Vzczaizd wai, a AZiZdznt oi HankA.nion ion. iomz tmz, hav- 
ing change oi thz j'ewzZy dzpantrnznt oi thz (Ulppz^man Mzncantxlz Company. Hz camz hzAZ 
inam CouAtznay, WP., and madz many inlzndi doAlng thz tlmz hz wai a nzildznt oi ouA clXy. 
Hz wai a young man oi good hablti and pZzailng addnzii , and neua, oi hli untlmzty dzath 
wai a gnzat ihock to inlzndi hzAz. 

Hz li iuAvlvzd by a wliz and two imaZZ chiZdAzn, onz oi tlizm twznty monthi and thz 
othzA ioun wzzki oZd, Thz widow and chlZdAzn wlZt makz thzlA homz with hzn. poAznti, Ma. 
and Ma4. V. C. Nzzly, at TauX Havzn^ MW., ion thz pnziznt. 

Thz iunzAoZ wai hzZd at Wnlghtitown, MM., on Vzc. 4th, undzn thz auiplczi oi I. 0. 
0. F. Lodgz No. 174 oi Hewitt MM., and Intznmznt wai madz In Wnlghtitown Czmztzny. 



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Ve.ciiciie.d joZntd the. HankZiuon Camp oi Woodmzn o^ thz Wo^d abouX. a ijejxn. ago and 

camU-td a H^QOO policy In tliz oKdzA.. 

»,«*«»»«»« Pece/nfaeA 72 I9I2 

AUGUST F TRAPP. 

Augoi-t F Tko-pp, who KOinovzd to Lewliton two yzoAJi olqo {^fwm Hofith Vakota. and &eXtle.d 
man. heAz on thz old Lacock placz, dizd lait zve.ning at ihoKtly a^teA 7 PM., at hie, homz 
juL&t exL&t 0)5 thz city, Vtath wait due to Umqx t/ioublz and otkzn. zompLicajtiom, that had 
izt A,n. Hz had bzzn AZfUoaily III ^ox &omz t/jnz and thz znd wai zxpzctzd. Whzn thz znd 
camz mejmbzu o^ thz family wzKz pn.zi>znt at thz bzd6-Ldz. 

Thz {lUnznal wilt taJiz placz tomofifiow a{itzn.noon. Szn.vlzz& will bz hoJLd at thz homz 
at 1 PM and at thz chafich at 2 o'clock. Rev. E L. Whltz of, thz Hzthodlit ChuAch will 
conduct thz AZKvlczi, Thz dzath o^ M/j.. Tfiapp li, mouAnzd by all who fenew him a6 hz wai 
a man o£ itznllng quaLLtlz6. ,..Lewli,ton (MT. ) JouAvuxZ, Pec. 2nd. 

»»»»»»»»»» VzczmbfiA 12, I9J2 

PEATH oi COL. POWER 
PKomlnznt Vlonzzn. o^ Thl6 County Pa44e4 Away 
Colonel J. B. Powzt, a pfwmlnznt AZildznt o^ Richland County and onz o^ ltt> plonzzn. 
AZ&ldznti, dlzd at hli homz In Hzlzndalz Town&hlp zaJity f-ionday ^oA.znoon. 

Vzczoizd MKW a man o^ itatewldz fizputatlon and woj actlvz In thz dzvztopmznt o^ Wo/i- 
th Vakota {^ol many yeoM . Hz woi bea-t fenown oa a iclzntl^lc {^anmvi and &tock bKzedzfi, 
and thz Powzfi lafm woi notzd {^ofi lt& pufiz bxzd cattlz. 

Hz wai, pA.z6ldznt o^ thz Uofith Vakota AgAicultuAol ColZzgz f^ofi about a yzat and a hal^, 
covzAlng thz yzafUt oi 1894 and H9S, IjmzdlatzZy pxzczdlng thz pKZiznt Inctmbznt. PKZ&ldznt 
WoX6t. Hz wai, al&o actlvz In politics, being an axdznt Kzpubtican, and wai, a contempofvoJuj 
OjJ ColoneZ Hankln6on and otkzfi men oi hli tlmz dufilng thz dzveZopmznt oi Richland County 
iAxjm a wild ifvontlzK to IX& pAZiznt pfio&pzAou^ condition. 
Thz Kemalni, wzfiz takzn to St. Paul ion. Intejmznt. 

********** PecembeA 19, I9I2 

KILLS, HER OWN CHJLV 
Oiazzd UotkeA. Commits Uo6t FzoAiul Cnlmz 

OAKES, MP., Pec. 13th.. . .Uu. R. A. GazIH commlttzd an unnatunai cAlmz at PuUznton 
whzn 6hz muJidzfizd hzn. 2 yzoK old daughtzn., Thz iathzn. wa6 aiwjy at woAk and thz mothzn. 
wait In coAz oi thz ioun. chlldAzn. WhULz thz youngest wai, on thz bzd thz mothzfi admlnlit- 
zfizd two gAolni oi 6tAychnlnz. Thz poison not acting qulckZy znoagh, thz motheA took a 
ftazoA and cut thz chlZd'i, thxoat iAom zaA. to zan.. 

AitzK doing thz teAAlblz deed thz woman wznt to thz hou6Z oi hzn. nzlghboK, Mw. Law- 
fizncz, telling what 6hz had donz, and raying ihz wanted to go up town and glvz heAizli up. 
Wu . LawfLzncz accompanlzd thz demzntzd woman to thz homz, but ihz said: "No uiz going In 
thzAz; iihz'& dead. I wavvt to glvz my&eZi up." Shz did glvz heA&zli up to y^auhal ALin, 
who, with othzu, wznt to thz homz and ioand thz baby dead and lying In ltl> own blood 

on thz bzd. Thz othzn. thnzz chlldAzn had bzzn lockzd In a bzdJioom by thz mothzn. and 

wzfiz Kzteaizd. 

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Co^nzn. Eoaxdman woa caZZzd by tzttpkonz, and on fL^dckinQ thzfie. hz £ound thout thz. 
moikeji had bze.n takzn to ElZtnda^e. and Zodgzd -en thz county jaLt. The. coKonzn. did not 
think It nzcuAaAjj to caJUi a jivuf, a6 the. woman admitted the deed, and tkeAe waZ aZt 
kyindi oi evidence to 6ui>taJ,n hex htoHLj. Wi. Zoajidman i,aJid he ^ound a gfuvin o^ ^t/ujchnlne 
on the cJUZd'/> tip. The jagaZoA veJjn tcoi Acue/ied and It looked oa li thz child had been 
dead whzn thz nazoK woM fiz&ofitzd to. 

It ijt, iitxitzd that thz woman Intzndzd to put an end to aZi thz chltd/izn, and madz thz 
thxejout a{)teAwoKd& that &hz wouZd havz ^ucczzdzd had 4,hz bzzn abZz to ^Ind thz izvolvzn.. 
Thz zZdzit l& 4even yeafi& o^ age. Thz fLZvolvzn. wai a^teAwaAd6 ^oand In thz hoa&z. 

kbout a yean, ago Humane Of^^lczA. Btakz wai at thz homz, and it li &aJ.d that hz told 
thz paAznti hz would takz away thz ckildAzn about ChU&tma& timz (o(J Ixut yzan.) li thzy 
did not takz bztteA coaz o^ th.zrn. Thz Humanz O^^lczn. had not appzanzd thexe ilncz. 

It lit &ald that bzcau&z o^ nzglzct o^ thz hu&band thz family hoi 6a{i{,eAzd teAAlbly 
antlZ thz mothzK wai> d/Uvzn ln6anz. 

********** PecMfceA 19, I9I2 

Alma, only chJJid o{, M/t, and UfU,. ¥xzd Vankow, JK., o{, GfizzndaZz, dlzd Monday at 
thz agz 0(5 onz month. Pznumonla wai, thz cau&z o^ thz llttlz onz'.l> dzath. Thz sympathy 
0({ all gozi) out to thz bzAzavzd pa/iznt& . 

********** VzcembeA 19, 7912 

Ww. EzAa StlZzi, whoie hu6band wa6 thz f^oundzn. oi thz town oi Stllz& betwzzn heJiz 
and Lidgznwood, dlzd at Tacoma, WA,, fizczntly, agzd 77 yejvu, . 

Thzy came to Dakota In thz zoAly ' SOa , and {^oK tuznty yeofu, {^anmzd what li, 6tlll 
known Oi thz Stllzi iJoAm. Latzn. thz family movzd to Lidgznwood, but {^OK thz pott 4 even 
OK zlght yzaA6 havz fizkldzd In Wa&hlngton Statz. 

******** * * Vzcembzfi 19, I9I2 

MIGHT HAPPEW HERE 

Thz community wai Ahockzd Tuz&day moKning by thz tnaglc death o^ Theo^lel FlicheA, 
thz zlght yzoA old ion 0|$ M^. and MA4. J. V. Flichzn., who woi, kltlzd whllz attempting to 
CJuml undzn. a ^lat can. In thz local railway yaxdi . 

It appeoAi that thz llttlz {,zllow wa6 on hl6 way to school and wa6 taking a ihofit 
cut by going thAough thz yan.d6. He woi pfizczzdzd but a &hofit dlitancz by two bnothzfi, 
who heand a icJiexxm, and huAAylng back, {fOund him undzn. thz mlddlz 6Zctlon o^ thz can., thz 
^onwand tnuck& o^ which had pai>i,zd ovzn. the hlpA and lowzn. abomzn, badly mangling hli 
body. Thzy at once palZzd htm {jAom beneath thz ca/i, and i^xlth thz a6&litancz o{, Mn.. Vavli, 
thz agznt, who chanced to bz In thz vicinity, and othznj,, canAlzd him to thz can. nzpalA 
thop neanby. lf.edU.cal ai,4,l6tancz wai at oncz 6ummonzd by phonz, but thz lad bn.eathzd hli 
laitt by thz tlmz a pky&lclan onAlvzd^ not having n.zgalnzd comclouinziA . . . .Hanvzy Hznald. 

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Thz youngest cluZd of^ Hn.. and Mfi6. J. ft', Cnx)ok& o{i GKtzndaZz poised away SaMinday 
af^ttx a ■tingfu.ng Winti,i> that daXzd aJbno&t ihom Zn{^ancy. 

The. UJ:XZz onz woa about thfizz yzafu> oZd and thz itfuckzn poAznti havz thz iAjiceJiz 
sympathy o{) zvzfiy motkzK and ^athzn. Zn thzAJi Z.0&& , 

Thz ^anznaZ was kzZd Monday moA.nlng, -intznmznt bzZng madz -in TyionvaZz CzmztzAy. 

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7973 

MRS. MERLIWA PECOR IWSTAWTL/ KZLLEV by HUSBAMV who CLAIMS SHOCTJNG wca ACCWENTAL 

SHOCKING TRAGEVy 

TtiaQzdy OccuAAzd Sunday cut Thzln. Homz 

Ha&band Zi> -in Caitody and wZtt AniweA to Chofige. o^ Han&taaghteA. Lc-fct^e ^ Known o{^ 

ihz Couplz HzAZ Shooting Tollowzd V-iipvutz OvzA Hui&band'6 Vfu.nkA.nQ Vzad ^oman'i, 

Vafizrvtk oAz ExpzcXzd to AmJLvz Today. . . . 

MA4. UzfiLina Vzcon. woa i>hot and Zn&tarMy kAjJizd by hzn. huiband, John Pzcofi, at aboiit 
6:30 PM Sunday zvznA.ng at thzZn. homz -in tKC& cuXy. Thzfiz wztz no zyz w.<Xnzi>6Zl> to thz 
tfvagzdy and thz huiband cZoajtu, thz shooting wai accldzntaZ. He Zi now Zn thz ShzrU^^'i 
cu&tody and wZtt pxobably bz t/U.zd on a choAgz o^ mam laugh tzt. 

Thz tnxigZc aHoAJi, coming on a pzaczf^ul Sabbath zvznlng juit hzf^oKz thz chuAch bzttl, 
announczd thz uiuaL zvzning iznvlzz, cAzatzd gfizaX zxcltzmznt. 

Thz couptz occuplzd thz nofith hai^ OjJ thz apoAtmznt hou&z ownzd by Math SchlZtz and 
tocatzd on Cannon Avznuz, juit nofith o^ thz Aim KZitdzncz, 

Thz i hooting {^olZowzd a quanAzt bztuzzn thz couptz. VzcoK, In company with Wm. Hzln- 
mltizn., had bzzn out on an automobtZz tnlp aJLt thz a^tzunoon, and thz -ftco had a bottZz o{, 
uihlikzy and anothzfi o^ bzzfi. Vzcon. 6tatz6 that hz took about Azvzn dfUnk& but woi, not 
dnunk whzn thzy fizachzd thz city &hofitty af^tzA 6 o'cZock In thz zvzning. M-w . VzcoK 
wznt to thz goAagz and accompanied hzn. hu6band homz, stopping at Schltti,'& htsKz to makz 
a imaZt puAcha&z. AAAlvlng homz, VzcoK 6ay6 ihz chldzd him {,oK dnlnklng. He Lit a 
clgoA^Xtz and iot down In thz poAtoK. HH6. Vzcon waj, iitlZt In an angKy mood whzn hz 
/ttzppzd Into th.z kltchzn a ^zw momznt6 JLaXzfi, and without wa/inlng 6hz knocked thz clga/i- 
zttz ^fLom hli mouth. With thz izmoAk "don't do that again, you tittlz ioot," PzcoA. ioyi 
hz itzppzd back to thz pajiZon.. A momznt Icutzfi thz wl{^z appzafizd In thz doon. o^ thz poAJioH. 
with a toadzd AzvoZvzt In hzt hand and laid &hz woutd &hoot him l{^ hz did not quit drink- 
ing. Stepping Into thz pantAy, VzcoA picked up a heavy Savagz nl^le and iiOld hz had a6 
good a gun ad ihz had. Shz laughingly told him that thz Ai^lz woM not loadzd 04 &hz had 
takzn the coAtAldges out ojj aX dunging hli, abizncz. VzcoK 4,tepped to the dining fioom and 
the wl{^e AetAzated to the kitchen, standing neoA the out&lde dooA and slightly tuAned 
away ^Aom him. He wai peAhap6 ten OA twelve ^eeX. dl&tant and 6ay6 he woAked the action 
0(5 the nl(^le to iee whethzA It wa6 loaded oa not, holding the gun at hli ilde. The weapon 
wa6 dlichoAged and the bu^et tAuck the un{^oAtunate woman In the uppzA poAt o^ the back, 
pai,6lng entlneZy through hen. body and coming out neon, the right bAea6t, aZio pairing thro- 
ugh the right hand, thence thAough the kitchen waZZ. Vecor called wlZdly ^oA help and UAk . 
Hi E. Gibson, who occupied the 6outh haZ^ oi$ the dlat, woi, the ^lut one to enter the 
place. She stayed only long enough to catch a gllmpiiZ oi thz tAagedy and m&hed acroa 
the itAeet ^oA a&iZitance. Vecor a-oi f^ound a moment later with the dead woman Zn hli 
armii, pleading {^or {,orgZvenei>6 . He 4aw4 ihe lived onZy long enough to remark "Bud, you 
have done It now.'' 

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PzcoA. uia6 takzn .irUo cuitodtf and taZkzd ^A.e.eZy OjJ the. kllLing, cZa-aning thai ^t 

uxJU, pofizty ac(U.dzntaZ. Thz coupZz weAZ -en a jov-ial mood ja6t a ^ew momznti bz^oKz th.e. 

shooting ai, ioandi o^ ZanghtzfL ueJiz hzaxd by WUi . Gibi^on uiithln a £zui moments o^ thz 

dJj>chafigt o^ the. Kl^Zz. The only dcicoJid between thz coapZe ha& been on the subject 

oi hCi dfLuiJving,. 

CofwneA. W^tdeA aHAA.ved Monday mo/inlng and an ^nqaeJit wai heZd, thz j'ivloU being A. 

KjeZitnup, Auga&t Hoe{,6 and E. Lieman, thz lattzn. ^onm WyndrnzAZ. An autop^^y ua& heZd and 

thzveAdltt wad to thz z^^zct that dzcexned came,.to hen. dzath ^Kom a gunshot {^ln.ed by hzn. 

hoiband. 

VzcoK tiemalnzd In ca&tody o^ OHlczn. VJruJUU.pi until Tuziday evening wfien Vzputy 
Shzfu.^^ Robblm aA>Uvzd and took thz pKl&onzn. to bJahpeton. 

Little li known o^ thz Vzcou hzAz They afifujoed {^fiom ^lLnnza.potii> ejonZy taj^t iaJUL, 
VzcoA having pa/idnjaMzd thz WexteA. meat mafikzt In poAtneA^hip uiith Jo&zph Rzlnkz o^ Bnand- 
ZnbuAg, Hz woi 26 yzau old, o^ ¥/iznch panentagz, and hU wicjje, hz i'tatzi, wai, 22 and o^ 
GeAman - Indian itjock, Thzy had bzzn moHAlzd tJiAzz yea/Ut and had no ckitdJien. 

Thz m.ie had $1 ,000 ll^z ImuAJincz In thz Uyitic Wofikzfu, OjJ the Wonld, being a mem- 
bzn. oi thz todgz at ThoKp, Wl. Thz poticy -ci payablz to hzA paJiznts,. 

Somz diUlcuZty wai, expeAlznced In tocating thz dead uoman'/^ pafiznt&. Mz66agzi to 
UhlneXandzA, Wl., uiheAz Vzcon. thought thzy tivzd, brought no Kz&pon&z, but ^Inatly thz 
authoAAXlzi fizcetvzd vooKd yziteAday ^Ajom thzm at Wzitbook, Cottonuiood County, MW., and 
mzjnbeJUi o^ thz iairUZy anz expzctzd to afifUvz today to takz choAgz o^ thz Aemaim . Thz 
body ZiZA -in thz WlppeMman Undzntaking Room6 pzndtng thzVi oAAlvaZ. 

PubLic opinion li divided ai to whethzn. thz shooting wa6 accldzntaZ ok the fizbuZt 
0^ &uddzn angzn. cau&zd by thz uicije'i actloni Immzdiatzty pAeczdlng the shooting. Tzcox'i, 
own itoKy li aZJi thzfie Ik to go by, but white hl6 itoKy li 6ubitantiaZJiy ai given above 
hz hoi madz iomz conflicting itatemznti that havz ajwined iuiplclon In thz mlndi o^ many. 
Thz choAgz agalmt him will pKobably bz dlipoizd o^ In iomz mannzn. at thz app/ioachtng 
tzfm 0^ VljitAlct Count In iilahpeton, 

LATER Thz {^athzn. 0(J Ma4 . FzcoK aJUiLvzd thii a^tzAncon and wlU. takz thz Kzmalm 

to thz old home at Cnandoa, Wl . , {^ofi bunlaJl. 

»»»«»«*»** January 2, J9I3 

Thz iathzA o{^ Wn. John TzcoK, who woi thz victim o^ thz unf^oAtanate tAagedy enacted 
In Hanklmon Sunday o^ lait week, oAAlvzd hzAZ Thufuday and took thz AZmalni o^ hli daugh- 
tzA back to tiiz old homz In Cnandon, WJ . , {^OA IntzAmznt. 

Thz iathzA evidently chznl^hed no Azientmznt againit Vzcoa, but on thz otheA hand 
ipokz 0^ him In thz hlghe.it teAmi. Hz itatzd that PecoA had llvzd with the family {^oA 
about iJouA yzoAi pAloA to the moAAlagz and had at all timzi been an zxczptlonaLly kind 
and conildzAotz huiband. Hz ico^^zd at thz iuggzitlon that thz ihootlng wai othzA than 
acctdzntal. ********** JanuoAy 9, I9I3 

Auguit HalZgAzn, an old AZildznt o^ PoAneJU Townikip, In TAavzAiz County, wai {,ound 

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^fujzzn to ddjuth thAtz rrw/ei 4>oiM. o^ Vumont. It appzcuu that hz had dfvivzn to Vimont 
and a{^tzA. ZzjavZng town had ctimbzd oat o^ hJj, wagon and laid down. Thz tzjom oAAAvzd 
homz ■iomz -tone bz^^oKZ thz body wai dcicoueAed, Hz Zzavzi, a uil^z and hzvznixJi chyitdtzn, 

********t* Januuanjj 9, 1913 

M/t4. John R. Jonzi, Jfi. , oKfuvzd homz Sunday {^A.om flilwaakzz whzn.z 6hz -ipznt thz 
HotLduayi with KzLati\}U>. HzA vlilt wai> ^addznzd by thz Auddzn and anzxpzctzd dzcuth o^ 
a bAothz/L at who6Z homz ihz wa& itoppZng. 

»*»««»»»»» JanuoAy 9, 1913 

ULii JznnZz Maion, onz OjJ thz mo6t populoA. tzachzu who eucA taught Zn thz Hankln- 
ion ickooti, dizd 0(5 tubzAcutZo^Zi at NoaMi VakAjna, WA., Zoit wzzk, and thz {^oZZowing acc- 
ount 0(5 hzA untimziy taking o^^ -ci cJLippzd {^fiom a Uofith Vakima papzJi: 

M-ci4 Jenitce C. Ma6 on dJ,zd oi tixtzficjuZoiLit zjoaZij thl& mofivu-ng a^tzft an AJZnzii o^ 
two yzoMJ,, at thz Kziildzncz oi hzA. 6ZitzA, Ufu,, Cafit H, Ga^nzi, on Szvzntzznth Ave. So, 
Hi&6 Moion wai a yu.zcz OiJ Ma., and M>W . J. R. Ma6on oi SzvzntzznXh A\iz. So, AnothzA 
iZ&tzA, M-C44 Amy Mai on, aZ60 LLvz^ hzAZ. 

TunzAjol iznvlczA will bz held {^fiom thz Mzthodyi&t Chufich Thuuday a^tzAnoon at 
2 'olock. Thz coikzt wlti not bz opznd at thz chuAch, Thz body -t4 at thz FLint-Shaw 

^'^°'^' ********* * JammAy 16, 1913 

A young daughtzA o^ Jakz Eckzi o^ Lidgznwood dizd -in a hLinnzcupolJj> Ho&pJjtaZ yutzA- 
day. Thz body waJJL bz takzn thAough hzAZ tonight en Aoutz f^oK LidgzfMood whzAZ IntzMmznt 
wUZ bz made. ««««»««««« JaruxaAy 16, 1913 

COmiTTEV SUICWE 
HzAman HiZbAandt, WzZZ Known BachzZoA ToAmzA VZzi by Own Hand 

HzAman HitbAandt, a pZonzzA ^anmzA AZiZding Aouthza6t o^ town, nzoA Lightning* & 
Nz&t, commlttzd 4tu.cu.de by hanging, Zait TAj.dajy. ?A0CMAA.ng a plzcz o^ Aopz, hz wznt to 
a gAovz nzoA thz hou&z and Aucczii^uZZy coAAlzd out hll, pZant, loA izZf^ dzitAuctlon. 

Whzn {,ound by hli bAothzA. JuZlu&, hz woi pa6t aZZ human aid, hli izzt doubZzd undzA 
him and hll, knzz& nzoAZy to thz gAound. 

CoAonzA Ne64 wa6 6ummonzd but dzcldzd that It wa& unnzczi>6aAy to hoZd an lnquzi>t. 
Vzcza&zd wai, a backzZoA, 43 yzoAi oZd, and AZ&ldzd with hll, paAznti,, Ua. and KUu,. FAzd 
HiZbAandt. Hz had bzzn In pooA hzaZth ^OA 6omz -tune and It li 6uppo.izd that dz&pondzncy 
ovzA hll, phyAlcaZ condition pAomptzd thz act. 

Hznman HiZbAandt wai, boAn In GzAmany, but ccumz to thJj, countAy with hl6 poAznti, whzn 
a i,maZZ boy. Thzy i,zttZzd {^lAj,t In Winona. County, MM., but ZatzA ccmz to ZichZand County 
whzAz thz ^amlZy hai Az&ldzd ilncz plonzzA dayi . Vzcza&zd wa& a man o^ qulzt dzjnzanoA 
and good hablti,, and hl& untlmzZy deo-t/t wai a gAzat ihock to a ZoAgz clAcZz ojj ij-^endi. 
Ez&ldzi, thz itOAAowlng paAznti , hz It, l>uAvlvzd by tvoo bAothzA& and thAzz l,lbtznj, , , . .Choi, . 
and JuZImi, HiZbAandt, Mw. Bzntha Wohti,doA(^ oi PlngAzz, MV., and Uaj, . fAzd GutzmzA and 
M/L6. ^obznt GAohnkz oi tht& pZacz. 

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The. lanzAcdi wca hzld Uonday a^^toAnoon at 2 o'cJtock, Reu. A. Gfiabow&hJ. o^ tht GeAman 
Ev. ChuAch conducting thz hvwlczi,. 



««**»»»«« * 



JanuoAi/ 23, 19 7 3 



PEATff OF B. Um 
knotkoJi Fionztn. SettleA CaZizd to Hid liewaAd 

Baptlite. Klnn dLitd at hli homz In tkl& city SaXuAdaij evening Ahofitty af^tzn. 6 PM, 
loZJLom.ng an Winz^i, o^ about thAzz weefei, duAlng which hz madz a bA.a\JZ i-ight again&t 
thz A.nAjoad6 oi$ oithma and othzA compJU.catlon& . Bat hilt advanczd agz 0($ ^eveKity t/eow 
madz him thz victim ol an attack that a youngzA man might havz ovzAcomz. 

VzcZiOizd voai a natlvz o£ Gznmany but wai ottAactzd to thz Unltzd Statzi by thz 
itoKlZjk oi oppontunltiz& ^OA young mzn, and Imrnlgfiatzd to thli countAy uihzn tuiznty yzau 
o£ agz. A^tZA i,pzndi.ng hl& {^lut yzafu, In thz za&tzAn 6tatz& , hz dzcldzd to join thz 
movzmznt VakotawoAd and izttZzd In ZichZand County 34 yzau ago. 

Hz iltzd on a homzitzad thtzz mltzi Aouthz£U>t oi GAzat Bend, In what li now BAand- 
znbuAg Towmhlp, and Kzildzd thzAZ aontlnuou6ly until hz bzcamz a AZAtdznt o{t Hankimon 
about ilvz yzofu ago. Tqa ^zvzAxit monthb hz hai, bzzn In {^zzbtz hzatth, thz culumlnation 
0^ which wai thz attack o^ a&thma that AZiuZtzd In hli dzath. 

Hli, agzd lecjje and zlght chltdAzn AUAvlvz him, oJUi oi whom OAZ AZildznti o^ ZichZand 
County, Thz 4on4 oaz hlichazZ, Uatt, VaixZ. and (JJlttiz In thz otdzA namzd, whltz thz daugh- 
tzAl, oaz: ^fA^, FAank B/vackln, Ua& . John Linzn, M^4e5 Anna and GzoAglana. 

Thz dzath oi Baptl&t Klnn adds anothzA to thz ftapldZy dl&appzoAlng gznznation o^ 
plonzzA &zttlzfUt who havz wltnziAzd thz dzvzlopmznt o^ Honth Dakota ihom a ^AontlzA 
pzopZzd with Jndlan& to a clvlLizzd and pnaApz/ioui {fOAmlng 6tatz. Thzlfi mzmoAy should 
bz highly honoAzd by thz youngzA gznznation that now znjoy-i thz advantagzi daz to thz 
itAuggZz^ and hafidihtpi o^ thz plonzzu . Vzcza&zd wad a typz OjJ tho6z hoAdy plonzzu 
who bZazzd thz way ^on. ^utuAz gfiowth oi thz gAzat nontkwz&t bz^oAz nallAoadi, had pznzt- 
Aadzd thz pfuxlAiz va^tnui. 

Thz iunZAoZ wai hzZd Tuziday moAnlng, iZAvlczi bzlng condactzd at St. Phltip'i 
ChuAch, Reu. Fa.- Bublc had choAgz o^ thz iZAvlczi and wai aiilitzd by Rzv. Fa. MeyeA o^ 
Falnmount, Rzv. Fa. ZLddzn. o^ Wahpzton and Rzv. Fa. BafeeA o^ Oakzi. JntzAmznt wai madz 
In thz Catholic Czmztzfiy louthwzit o^ town. 

Thz ioHowlng out oi town Azlatlvzi attzndzd thz iunznaZ oi B. Klnn: MA6 . Ma;C/i Pecfe- 
eA, Cayuga) Ma. and Ma4. Coa^ VavznmuzhZ, GZzncoz, MW.; MA. E. BaAtzt, BztZz PZalnz, MN.; 
Ma. HznAy Wlmznmann, South Havzn, MN.; and Ma. FAanfe Hzlnzn oi kbzfidzzn, SV . 

»»«»««»*«* JanaoAy 23, 1973 

WoAd wai Azczlvzd hzAz Sunday oi thz dzath oi Gfiandma VaAiZow, mothzA oi H. C. and 
F. W. VaAiZow, iofmznZy oi Hanklnion, Hzn. dzath occuAfizd on thz homzitead a iew mltzi 
iAom Wlbauz. MT., on ThuAiday oi iait wzzk. Vzczoizd wai qultz wzZZ known hzAZ, having 
vliltzd Hanklman a numbzA oi timzi duAlng thz pait mtzzn yzoAi. Thz Azmalni wzAZ takzn 
to UlnnzapoZii ion buAlaZ ********** 

JanuoAy 23^ 7973 

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UajoK W. R. PuAdcn o^ Wahpzton dlzd lcu>t ThcLUdcLy moKning af^tdfi a. long /JUinUi . 
Vzcejuzd wcu> 4S yztvu, old and had been a fiuZdznt o;{ WahpeXon 4^nce boyhood. He wa6 
Captain o^ Company 1 o^ tkz NoAXh Dakota voluntzeA^ divU.ng thz Spanl6h-AmeAA.can Wax, 
and lateA 6ZAvzd two teAmi Zn thz Statz Lzg-i&ZcLtuAz HZl> ZZZnzii Zi tAazzd to zxpotuJiz 
dufu-ng thz VhJJLLipplnz Wan., 

Thz lanznxxZ, wivich wai, hzZd SatuAdxuy, wai> onz oi thz ZoAgzit eueA. izzn -in Wahpzton. 
Thz FoAgo and Wahpzton mitutia companizi 4>zn.vzd alt an z&cofit Oj{ honox and hundfizdi o{, 
(U.\}AJLia.YU> paid thzOi Za&t tAlbatz o^ KZipzct to onz who wcw anlvzuatiy zitzzmzd. 

********** JanuoAy 23, 1913 

BAPTISTE KJNhl 
iContnlbatzd] 

Once moA.z thz AngzZ o^ Vzath caZZzd upon and coA/Uzd to thz ihoxzi bzyond, Bapti&tz 
ICinn. Ma., fCtnn uxu, onz o^ thz plonzzu o^ ZichZand County. Thai onz by onz thz p-ionzzfii 
0({ thz pAoZfUzi OAZ anitwzfu.ng thz Kolt zaZt oi thzAA UaitzA., and onz cannot hzZp but fiz- 
CjolZL to mind thoiz 6taanch zhKUtian &ovJU how ^omz thOity oK moKz yzoM ago, thziy vznt- 
uAzd Into thziz A.nho&plta.btz pnalfUzi . Thz dzcza&zd wai> a dzvoat mzmbz>i o{^ thz Cathotia 
ChuAch and aZwaxji Iznt a hztplng hand to coAAy oat Iti gfizat woAk. He coAAlzd thtoagh 
tiiz thz ipiAxt oi good chzzA (JoA othzfn, . Hz wcw a kind, loving ha&band and ^athzn., 

Baptl&tz Klnn wa6 boKn In Vlztnlch, LaxznbuAg, 6S yza/u, ago. He camz to Amznlca 
with hJj, pafiznt& whzn a &matl boy, moving to Shakopzz, UN. In 1S70 hz wai, mafoilzd to 
McA4 AUnn^te Gnuznhagzn. Flvz yzau latzA hz movzd to Richland County, {^Iting on a homz- 
6tzad nzoA. Gfizjot Bend whznz thzy KZdldzd until {^Ivz yzjiu ago whzn hz movzd to Hankln- 
ion. He hat, Iz^t a modzl and zxzmploAy {^amily to moufw hl6 lo4>6 , Ez&ldz6 thz bzAzavzd 
widow, hz l6 6ufivlvzd by thz {,ottowlng chlldjizm Math, o^ Gfizat Bznd, HichazZ and Taut, 
Hanklnion; WUULam ojj Gfizat Bznd, Wu, . John Lzlnzn and Ul&i, knna., Faljmount, Ufii, , Vfuxnk 
Bfiackln and GzoAglana, of, Hankln&an. All havz gfiown to manhood and womanhood In thl& 
community. 

Thz iunzfuit 6ZAvlcz& wzAZ hzld at St, Phltcp'-i Chun.ch, Tuz&day at 10 AM., by Rev. 
E. Bublc, ai,6ll>tzd by Rev. Fa. HzyzA o^ FalAmount and Rev. A. RlddzA o^ Wahpzton. VzAy 
Reu. John Bakzt o^ Oakzi pAzachzd an zloquznt 6Z>imon In which hz paid a bzautl{,ul tAl- 
butz to thz dzcza6zd. 

********** JanuoAy 23, 1913 

BABY HERVJNG 

Thz Infant child o^ Ma. and M/u> . Anton Hzfidlng dlzd Sunday moKnlng at an zjvily 
houH. oi pnzumonla, TunzfmJL iZAvlczi wzfiz hzld yutzfidajy moKnlng at thz Catholic Chunch, 
condactzd by Reu. JoA. Studnlcka. Jntzfmznt wai madz In thz czmztzAy iouth o^ town, 

Thz 6tAlckzn pofiznti havz thz sympathy o{, all In thz gKzat loii o^ thzin. dzoA. llttlz 

JanuoAy 30, 1913 



Qyj^O ********** 



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Roland TZStdzZ, ^athzn. o{, Mu. W. C. VofmoiYi, JR., oi tStU (uXy, dizd cut CA.ook6ton 
yutzfidajj moaning a^tzA a JU.ngzMA.ng ZiZnu^, Peceojed wcl6 about 70 yexvu, oM and ^ 
&afivi\)zd by a. teciJe and ^ouA daughtsAi, aJUL ojj whom have, bzzn aX horm dafLing hid -iZtnUi , 

The. NEWS EdltoA. leaver tonight jjo-t CAjOok&ton to attend the {^uneAoZ which wUJi fee 
heZd tomofiAow. ********** Janiiofiy 30, ?9I3 

Chad. L. 6/ieen wai, cjM.e.d to h^U home, neon Kamaj, CZty, MO., by the. dexith o{, hl6 
^otheA. which occofiAed Imt Sunday.* ********* 

The. 6ix weefei old In^aat i,on oi U>i. and M/lA. Pelvlt dle.d SaXuAday, Jan, 2Stk, The 

llttlt one. had bzeji iZckZy ^Aom bl/ith and Ztt, death wai not unexpected. Thz ^uneAjol woa 

hetd Monday ieAvlceA beting conductzd by Reu. CloeXeA In thz chufich neoJi Stiles, 

********** JanuoAjy 30, I9I3 

FOUWP: A VEAV BABV 
Cfuie6ome Vl&coveMf Made, by Soo Section Cfiew 

A QHu.ej>omz dl&coveAy made, by izction men on the. Soo Line a &hoAt dlitancz this 
ilde. oi Tofman, Kzveati, what lj> beZltvzd to have been a ^lendiih cUme on the. pajvt ojj 
iiOmejone., and It ha& been iuggz&te.d a6 a plamlble theoKy that the. cfUme. wai> committed 
by someone who boofided thz tnaln In thz twin Cyitlz6 . 

Thz body OjJ a ^oufi movUlnM old chZtd wa& ^ound lying along thz t/iack, and examin- 
ation fLZvealed that It had bzzn dead loK a comldeAablz time, and Indlcatlom wzKz that 
It had bzzn &t/ianglzd to death long bz^oAz It tooa dJvoppzd aZong thz fiaUUioad tnack. 

Thii Izadi to thz bzltzi that thz dead chtZd wai coKfitzd In thz iultcoiz oi i,omz- 
onz who boandzd thz tnaln at tU.nnzapolti , and pKobably wai thfuswn inom a ilzzplng can. 
window. 

Thz oiilczfii will conduct an Invzitlgatlon and an zHoht will be madz to locatz 
thz Kz&poM>lblz poMtlzi. ********** Tzb/moAij 6, I9I3 

BABV WIRTH 

Noftman, youngzit child oi M^. and HAi . Hznman WlAth, paiizd away Tuesday mofintng 
aitzK a bntzi lHnzi& oi pneumonia. Thz tittlz iztlow would havz bzzn two yeafii old 
on thz Mth oi thli month, and wai appoAzntly In thz bzit oi health till within a iew 
houAi oi hti death. An unusually bnJjght and lovzablz child, hz wai thz Idol oi hJj> 
pofLznti, and thz iympathy oi all gozi out to thz gntzi 6tJu.ckzn iaially In thzln. beAzavz- 
mznt. 

Thz iunznal wlZl bz hzld today, iznvlczi to bz conducted at thz GeAman Ev. ChuAch 
oi which Rev. A. GAabowikl lj> VoitoK. 

********** febmaxy 6, 1973 

Thz body oi a chlZd pKematuJieZy boAn, wai iound by Soo i,zctlon mzn nzoA Ramom 
station Tuziday. Thexz wai nothing about thz tiny body to Indicate thz paAentage. . . . 
a ioAethought that thz heoAtlzii, mothzn. had well 6zzn to. It li thought thz unweZcomzd 
babz had bzzn thnown inom thz wzit bound Soo ilezpeA zafily Wzdnziday moKnlng, 

********** fzbmoAy 6, I9I3 

a25) 



CLAIMEP 8/ VEATH 
GfUm Rzapzn. EJilng^ SofUww to Tkuzz Hornet 

GRAWPMA SOMEHBERG 

It AJ> oat idd doty to KzcoKd tht dejxtk oi anothzA of^ JlichZand County '6 pZontZA 
izttteAi i.n thz ptuon o^ M/ti. ULnru.^ Sonenbe/Lg, who pai>6zd away on Wzdnuday nX^ht o£ 
Za&t weefe at the. homz o^ hzn. dcuu^ht^A, Uu. AlbeJit Efib, -en Bzt{,ond ToMniklp. Vzazoizd 
hxx.d attcUnzd tkz fu.pz otd agz o^ 81 yzajiM and thz <.n£-iAinitiz{> daz to hzA. advanczd agz ' 
wzAz thz Cjoll&z 0(5 hzn. dzath. 

Vzcza&zd woA a nativz o^ Gznmany bat cxmz to AmzfUca Zn thz '704, Azttting {^IfiMt 
Zn WZiconiZn and moving ^Kom thzAZ to ZichZand County, WP., thifity yzoAi ago, whzAz 
ihz hai, AZiZdzd zvzA. 4-cnce. Hzn. hat,band dZzd izvzfiaZ yzoAjt ago, bat 6hz Z6 iuAvZvzd by 
tzn d/vLZdnzn, uxith onz o^ vohom, MfU,, Ktbzfit Enh, 6hz ha& madz hzfi homz &i.nzz thz hu6- 
band'i dzath. Thz othzn. dviid/izn ajiz m.dzty &avttzn.zd, onz daaghtzA fiZiZdZng Zn Ofizgon, 
anothzn. Zn Wa&hlngton, anotkzfi Zn Montana, anotkzfi nzan. St. Vaixt, tuo 6on& Zn WZ&con&Zn 
and thAZZ 4oni Zn ULnnz&ota. ThzAZ OKZ a iiZoKZ OK moKZ o^ gnandchZZdAzn . 

Vzcza&zd UX16 hZghZy xzgoAdzd, zipzcZjatiy among thz pZonzzn. iztXlzm OjJ t^iz WZZd 
RZcz Country, and hzn. dzaJk Zjk i,ZnzzKzXjy mowinzd, 

Thz ^unZAoZ wa& hzZd SataAday, izn.vZcz& bzZng condaatzd Zn thz MzthodZ&t ChuAck 
at GfizxU. Bznd. ********** TzbfwuOJiy 13, 19/3 

EPWIW SWANSON 

EddZz Swan&on dZzd at thz homz o^ hZ6 patzntA, Ma., and Mw . C. H. SManion, Zn thZi 
cZty, on f^onday mofinZng oi thz AZiuLt o^ pnzimonZa. ^oZZowZng an attack o^ mzoiZzi . Thz 
JUjtttz IzZlovo had pAactZcaLiy AZZ0\JZAzd ^Aom thz mzoiZzi whzn pneumonZa 6zt Zn, caa6Zng 
hZi dzath uuMiZn a ^ew houAS . Hz imli, izvzn yzoAl, old on Szpt. 2Sth, 1912, and wai a 
^avoAitz wZXh hZi 6choolmatzi, among whom i,ofiAow at hZA antZmzty dzath Zj> mo6t pathztZc, 

Thz ianzAoZ Z& bzZng heZd today at thz ScandZnavZan Chanch Zn LZzn Toujn6hZp, SV., 
uhzAZ thz ^amZty AZiZdzd bz^oAz coming to HankZmon, 

* * * * * * * * * * Tzbnwvuj 13, 1913 

BABY PORTWER 
Thz ^ooA monthi old babz o^ Ua. and Ua& . Szba&tZn VoAtnzA dZzd SatuAday, Feb. StJi, 
a{,tzA a bAlz{, ZllnzM,. Thz tUUtZz onz had bzzn ^naZZ {,Aom bZnXh, Thz ^unzAol u]a& hztd 
Sunday, 6ZAvZczi bzZng conductzd at St, PhZtip'i Chan.ch by Reu. F-^. Ba6-cc. 

********** FzbAuoAij 13, 1913 

P. H. StznzAiiZn, {^oAmzA audZtoA o{^ RZchland County and u)zlZ known Zn thZi> vZcZnZty, 

dZzd Auddznly o{, hzoAX f^aZZuAz at HantzA, W,, yzi,tzn.day a^tzAnoon. SZncz AztZAing ^Aom 

thz audZtoA'6 o{i^Zcz hz ha& bzzn zngagzd a6 tAavzlZng iolz&man {^OA Lzach 6 Gamblz 0|J 

WahpeXon. Vzczoizd wai 53 yzoAi old and Izavzi a wZ^z and two chZZdAzn, 

********** 

WoAd woi AzczZvzd hzAz Azczntly o^ thz dzath o^ J. B. HznhzAt, bzttzn. known oi Judgz 
HzfdbzAt, a {^oAmzA wztl known AZ^Zdznt o{^ HankZn&on. Thz oldzit ion[Vonald] alio dZzd 

about thz ^,amz tZmz o{i typhoZd {,z\jzt. Judgz HzAbzAt had choAgz oiJ thz CpzAa Hoa&z hzAz 

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jJoA. 4eveAa£. yexvii, and a^tex Zzav^ng Hanlvimon wcu, on tkz fioad wZth kli tuii^e conducing 
public znteMJtcuLnmznti, ^ He wci& 4>tfu.ckzn uUXh a ^cutaZ WLnziti) Zn IfJoilvington ^>ta;tz a j/eoA 
on. mom ago bat Livzd antUL fie couZd be takzn to thz old homz in Iowa, Hzfiz hz pai>6zd 
away, and thz otdut ion wcus itKickojii about, thz 4>amz timz. Thz uxidou) hoi thz sympathy 
0(J mayiy (jA-tencfa hzAz in hzK bzfizavemznt. 

********** FefaAuoAy 13, 19/3 

Thz homz 0^ Ma., and Hu , C. H. Suiamon uioi again viiitzd by thz GfUm Rzapzn. tku 
Mzzk, tkzUi yoangz&t 4>on [Canji Ca&ta^] having pa&izd away Tuziday a^tzn. a bfvizi iZZnzii 
Hz uxu 2 yzofu, and onz month old. Pnzimonia. ^oZZoiuing a tight attack 0(J mz£U>Zzi, iMi& thz 
catuz 0(J dzath. 

Thii ii thz izzond chiZd to iatt a victim o^ pnzimonia in thz Sunn&on hotuzhoZd, 
a 7 yzoA. old ion having dizd on Monday 0(J loit wzzk. Thz ^aneAoZ wilZ 6e hzld today at 
thz Swzdlih luthzhan ChuAch in Lizn Town&hlp idizfiz thz ^amiZy KZdidzd ^on many yexvu 
bz^ofLZ moving to HaniUnAon, ********** TzbfWJWy 20, 7913 

MA4. John CocouA.zk, thz aged mothzn o£ MaJ), ft'm. Klan., and a pionzzn. izttZzn. in thz 
fiuzAvation coantny Aouth o^ town, dizd iuddznly yzatzfiday, Shz voai, vi&iting at a nzigh- 
bofi'i and wa6 takzn tjoith a hemoMhagz, pai&ing away a (Jew minutz6 latzn., 

Vzczoizd woi 72 yzau old and i/, iuAvivzd by thz hii&band uho ha& xzachzd thz advanced 
agz OiJ B6, Thz ittickzn hoiband hai, thz sympathy oiJ aZt in thz loii o^ hii hzlpmatz, 
Thz iunzAjot viiill be hzld tomoMjovo, 



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TzbfwuaJiy 20, 1913 



Thz litttz ^ivz monthi, old ion o^ fVi. and Uu . FAank Vz^zz dizd Sunday night ^fwm 
compli.cationi ^olZouxing an attack o^ mzoilzi. 

Thz ^unznaZ wai hzld Tuziday mofining, iZAviczs bzing condactzd at thz Catholic ChuAch 
by Rev. F/l. Bab^c. Thz it/iickzn family havz thz sympathy o^ all in thz loa o^ thzin. 
littlz onz. ********** TzbmoAy 27, 7913 

Thz dzath o£ Hzfunan Mayi&kz, Sa.., i& AzpoAtzd ^Aom GoodAich, MP., whiZz viiiting with 
hZi daughtzA, Wt*. HzAman ULttlag. Ha.. Harnkz wai vi&iting with AzZativzi hzA.z Azczntty 
and hi/) dzjith camz iaddznZy, thz cauAZ bzing dJuopiy o^ thz hzoAt. 

He lojavzi a wi{^z and ^amiZy, Uam. Rzsibzn WoAnzA o^ tkU viZlagz bzing onz o^ hi/, 
daughtzu. Thz Kemaini, wzAz laid at KZMt in thz LuthzAan CzmztzAjj, Rzv. T. Hinck con- 
dacting thz 6 ZAviczd . 

J. W. WoA-nZA, undzntakzA, o^ Wahpzton took chaAgz o^ thz Azamim OjJ Hznman Man&kz 
on Taz&day la&t. ********** FzbAuany 27, 7973 

H. C. Ho^^man aAXivzd homz Monday ^Ajom Battlz CKZzk, MB., w^eAe fee wai catlzd by 
thz dzath o^ hU agzd ^athzA. Vzczoizd wai 66 yzau old,, having bzzn boAn at BzAwalda 
in Nzima/ik, GzAman on MoAch 14th 1S47. 

ToA thz pait ioAty yzau hz had bzzn a ia^{iZAjZA {,Aom diabztzi and a ioAz on hii ^oot 
which Az^ui zd to yizZd to mzdicaZ tAzatmznt Izd him to go to ExczliioA SpAi.ngi , 

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A gangKznou6 condition o^ thz mzmbdA. ne.cu.6ltcutzd ampvutcUlon and daath {^oZZowzd 

ihonXty a{,teA. the. opojiatlon. He tzavo^ a widow and wa4 thz ^atheA o£ eXghtzzn ckiXdAzn, 

tihOitzzn oi whom iatvlvz him. ThzAZ afiz 41 Qitandckltdfizn and onz qkzoX. g/uindchltd. 

Thz (^anoAoJi wai hzZd at FAzmont, Nzbfuuka. 

********** ^^^^ ^^ J9J3 

FATAL ACCIPEMT 

FATRMOUWT, WP., Fefc. 2Sth... .Thc& community wa& gfiZjOtZy &hockzd Thufiiday a^tzAnoon 
by thz hoKfiUbtz dztalZi, o^ tht dzath o^ May Swan&on, 14 yzan. old daaghtzA o^ (^,att Swan- 
Aon, a ^oAmzA living two mlZzi nofithzukt oi VzLong. 

Thz LLttiz glnZ had accompayU.zd hzA. £athzA, who wa4 wofikljig with a manuAz ApAzadzA, 
At thz tlmz oi thz accldznt &hz wa6 bzhlnd thz machlnz, with hzfi {^athzfi not ajwafiz o^ hzA. 
pAZizncz. Whzn thz machlnz ita/Uzd thz Littlz glnZ wa& caagkt and mofvtat InjuJilzk In- 
^Zlctzd incm which dzath zmazd In a ihoAX tlmz. 

Thz iathzA wcw aJbnoi,t InconioZablz a{^tzA thz accldznt. Hz li> onz oi thz iub^tantlaZ 
{^afmzAM oi OAangz Town&hlp and own& a {,aAm In thz town&hlp. 

Thz accldznt occuAAzd about 3:50 PM Thufuday a^tzAnoon and thz titttz glnZ Zlvzd 
antit about 7:o'ctock. Onz o^ thz 6plkz& o^ thz machlnz had zntzAzd thz &ldz o^ thz iacz 
ju&t bztow thz tzmptz and an oAm and 4>houZdzA WZAZ dlitocatzd. At thz tlmz o{, thz accld- 
znt thz iathzA wai) unawaAZ o^ thz lltttz glAZ'6 pAz&zncz. Shz wai, Kunnlng aZoY\g bzhlnd 
thz machlnz and had onz hand on onz o^ thz 6plkzi. MA. Swan&on thAzw thz machlnz Into 
gzoA and thl6 thAzw thz llttZz glnJi Into It. It wai qulckty Atoppzd but thz lnjuAyLz6 
IniZlcZzd WZAZ 4eveAe onzt,. ********** MoAch 6 1913 

Ma& . V. WatzAhoa&z Iz^t tlvU wzzk ^oa Chicago In Az&pon&z to a mz&i,agz announcing 
thz dzjxth oi a i,li,tzA. ********** UoAch 6 1913 

LOUIS LEIM 

LouZ& Izlm woi iound dzad In bzd by mzmbzA& o^ hli ^amlZy fLZtuAviLng homz ^A^om chuAch 
Sunday moKnlng. He had comptalnzd o^ izzting umizIZ In thz moaning but told thz iamlty 
to go to chuAch and hz wouZd ftomaln In bzd ^oA a (Jew houA& . Hli, hzatth had appoAzntZy 
bzzn good and thz Auddzn znd li oMCAlbzd to hzoAt ^alZuAz. 

Vzcza&zd wait a natlvz o^ TAanklofvt, GzAmarvy, whzAZ hz wa& boAn 60 yzoAi ago. 
Twznty onz yzoAi ago thil, month hz oAfUsJzd In RlchZand County with hl^ iamlZy, coming 
dlAzct ixom thz iathzAZand. He puAcha&zd a ^oAm nzoA MantadoA ^Aom Cha6 . Hzln and Az&ldzd 
thzAz untlZ two yzoAl, ago ta&t ialZ whzn hz decided to bzcomz a fiz^ldznt o{ Hanklmon. 

He wai> hlghZy Azgafidzd by tho&z who znjoyzd thz plzoiuAz o^ hJji acqualntancz and hlj> 

6uddzn znd wai, a gKzat ihock. He l6 iuAvlvzd by a widow and ^oun chlZdAzn: Otto, who Zlvzi, 

at TuAttz Lakz,W., Gudtoii, who6Z homz li at WlZ&on, WJ., AZbznt, who hai juit Azntzd thz 

Wm. H. BzAndt iofun In EZma, and Hiii, CloAa, who ll, ttlZZ. at homz. AU, oAAlvzd homz In 

tlmz ion. thz iunzAoZ whl.ch li bzlng hzid thlj, a^tzAnoon at thz LuthzAan ChuAch, Rev. J. P. 

KtauiZzA conducting thz 6ZAvlcz&. 

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HfU) , Atigait Bokn n.e,ceJ,vzd a me^-iage toLii. weefe annoancXng tkt dexith Oi$ kzn. bxotkzfi, 

Wm. HajmanrndyUitzn. ojj ReedifauAg, WI., a.n.d tt^t (,ok that ptacz cut oncz to attznd thz luneJuxJi. 

Thz dzczcuizd woA a fLZl>A.dznt and ownzd a ^anm nexiA hzfiz ^oAmeAZy. 

»«,«»««**« ^^^^ 20, I9I3 

Tht 6uddzn dzath o^ Hu . Wm. f^anZin, ujlu.ch oc.cuM.zd at thz EA.zckzMA.dgz Ho^p-itaZ 
zanZij Honday mofining, was a gfizat 4>hock to hzfi many iKZzndi . Vzcza6zd wai, takzn to ifie 
ho/ipAXaZ lofL an opzfuvUon and a^tzn. It vooi, iaccz6{^uLiy pzA^oAmzd had bzzn 6pznding a ^zw 
day6 KzcwpzKoting at thz komz oi hzM. bfuvthzA, ShzAiH Badack, In iiJakpzXon. AMxingzmznt& 
had bzzn madz iofi hzfi KztuAn hzKz Monday moKnZng, bat a fieJtap6Z zmazd and ifte pa&.i,zd 
auxuf about thz hoan. jit wo* zxpzcZzd &hz woatd tizach komz. 

Thz A.ejnaini wzA.z bfiouglit homz Tuzsday mon.nA.ng and thz iunznaJL i/> bzing kzZd today at 
thz Luthzfian CkuAch, Rev. KZau&lzn. conducting thz izAvlczd. Vzcza&zd ti ^uAvZvzd by tkz 
huiband and ^ouA Amati chiZdfizn ai, wziZ. as kzn. agzd paAznti and ^eucAod ^u^tzu and bho- 
thzAi. Skz was bAougkt up In thU vlcJinity and kzfi antimzty dzath l& mouAnzd by a tofugz 
cJa-cZz oi iofinx)m.nQ ^fUzndi. ««»«»«««* * ^p^t^ 3^ ,9J3 

BABy NOVACK 

Thz baby daugktzn. ojj J. A. Novack pa66zd away today at thz homz o^ itl, gARndpoAznti , 
M/L. and fW> . James Novack, at thzln. homz Aouth o^ town. Thz titttz onz wat^ tkOvtzzn 
months old and iXt, mothzn. dlzd at thz timz o^ AXi blfith. Thz sympathy o^ all gozk out 
to thz 6t/U.ckzn iathzn. and Qtux.Yidpan.znti> tn thzin. loiii , 

********** ^p^j^ ,5^ jgj3 

Wond was n.zczlvzd hzAz Sunday oi thz dzath oi W. H. t/Jood at fUnnzapoHi. Mo pant- 
icula^i kavz bzzn lzan.nzd iufithzn. than that kz pa&izd away Tnlday on. SatvJiday and that 
thz ianznaZ uiai, i>zt ion. Monday on. Taziday at thz old homz In Rlvzn. TaZl&, fill. 

Vzcza&zd was ionmznly tn ba6tnz66 tn Hanktmon, nannlng a 6toKz tn thz old VzaXz 
building in.om 1S99 antiZ 1901 and latzn ion. a im monthi, In thz building now kvwwn ai 
thz bakznjy. Von izvznal yzan^ hz kas, bzzn a tnavzllng 6alzi>man ion a glovz kouiz and 
kli tzKnltonjj zxtzndzd inx)m Mlnnzapolli to thz Paclilc coast, Hz was a ckoAtzn. mzmbzn. 
oi Hankln&on Lodgz No. 57, A. F. S A. M., and alio a mzmbzA oi thz local Vzoman Lodgz. 

Hz li Aunvlvzd by tkz voliz, onz ion [Claud] and t^jo moAAlzd daugktznM. Hz vliUzd 

Hanklmon occasionally on kli tnlpi and nem oi kli dzath li n.zczlvzd vilth xzgKzt by oua 

pzoplz gznznally. 

********** ^p^^^ j^^ jg,3 

H. L. Lznzzn nzczlvzd nm& oi thz dzath. oi kli bnothzn., Jokn Buickzn, at TuAtlz 
Lakz, thli itatz, lait Tnlday. Thz iunznal was kzid at Bn.zckznAldgz Tuziday. 

********* * f^p,^^ JQ^ jgj3 

Gzongz J. Goodhuz, In.., a bnothzA oi Mns. S. P. lAzland, dlzd at Spokanz, WA., on 
ApnlZ 1th. G. L. Iceland accompanlzd thz nmalni to Stzvzm Point, Wl., whznz Intznmznt 
was madz In. thz iamUy lot. ******** * * Ap^^ 77, 1973 

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MA4. L. J. Oktfiland, wl(^e. oi onz o^ thz pfiomlnznt ^oMnzfu, o^ nofitheAn Robzfiti County, 
deed cut hzn. homz thVitzzn nUlzi ioath o^ town teat SatuAdcuf. Vzcza&zd wan, about 55 ifzoA^ 
otd and had bzzn an ZnvaLLd ^oA. 6ZvzfiaZ yzoM . 

A 60AA.owlng ku&band and a family o^ gh.own cKULdA-Zn 6uAvZvz hzn.. 

FfUzndi hzfiz havz fizczivzd wofid ifuom Ufii, . Vunlap of, thz dzath o^ hzn. hu&band, WXMyii, 

A. VunZap, which occuAAzd MzczntZy. Thz Vunlap {^airuZy xzi-idzd hzfiz ioK about thKzz yzau. 

M/L. Vunlap having chaAgz o^ thz Opznxi Hou&z. Both wzAz mzmbzm, o^ thz thzatyUcal pfLo{,zi,6- 

lon, Wii>. V. bzing a talzntzd actA.z&-&. Af^tzA. IzavZng hzAZ thzy voz>iz membzu oi t/ioupzi, 

that madz only thz pfu.ncJ.pal cctcea 0)J thz countAy. 

********** ^p^^ j7^ jg^3 

FOUHD INFANT'S BOW 

WmBLEVON, NO., AphJX 22nd... Thz body o{, a newly bonn Infant, foully matuAzd, wai 
{fOund bzildz thz Soo fuuJOioad t^acki thizz milzi ijAom thz city. Thz child zvldzntly had 
bzzn thrown ^fiom a tAoin, and thz conduction oi thz body Indicatzi that Iti blfith took 
placz on thz tnaln. 

0{i{ilcAjxli ha\jz bzzn unabZz to ^Ix thz zxact timz that thz body woi thnown {^A-om thz 

t/utin. Thzy bztizvz, howzvzA, that thz chMd woi ativz whzn huAlzd Into thz ditch. 

Thz body wa6 zntOieZy nudz. ThJj, ti thz Azcond caiz 0({ thii natuAz wltkin a ({ew wzzki, 

anothzA. occuAAlng nzoA Hanklnion. 

********** ^p^^ 24, 1913 

KJLLEV by G.N. TRAIN 
ToAsnzA. HankJ.n^on Rzildznt Mzzti Accldzntal Vzath 

LARmORE, NO., kpAJil 29th Oacoa. Vahl, agzd 32, o{, Bowbzll& , NV., wznt to kU 

dzath undzn. thz uihzzli o^ a GAzat NoAthzAn {^Azlght tAaln a{^tzA bzlng waAnzd agaJ.YU>t 
attempting to Aldz on thz tAoln that inixf^^^zd out hid U^z. 

Vahl wac ptckzd up two mitzi wz6t o^ LoAA/noAz by a {^Azlght cAzw. Onz Izg wai, 
liZvzKzd bztow thz knzz and thz othzA abovz thz knzz. Hz had bzzn lytng on thz tAack 
^OA about a hal^ houA, lo&tng much blood, and 6hoAXly a^tzn. noon diizd at thz NoAthuiood 
Hospital, whzAz hz wa& takzn. 

Thz acddznt victim booAdzd thz tAoln In GAand foAki a^tzA hz had bzzn woAnzd aga- 
Imt attempting to Aldz, and a(,tzA thz conductoA had Azf^wbzd to allow him pai,&agz. 

He had {^Vikt zntzAzd thz cabooiz and oikzd that hz bz allowzd to Aldz, paying that 
hz would pay hli way. Thz conductoA ln£oAmzd him thz ^Azlght would not cojiajj poMizngzA^ 
and Vahl Azpzatzd hi& o{,{,ZA o{, ca.i,h, Thz conductoA, howzvzA, Azf^uizd to pznmlt him to Aldz. 

That woi thz la&t izzn o{, him till thz znglnz ca.qw oi a following ^Azlght di&covzAzd 
him lying on thz tAack wejit o{, LoAlmoAz. 

Shznl(i{i BzMon wa6 In LanlmoAz and ^au) thz woundzd man. Hz talkzd to him, saying 
that hz Uvzd In Bowbzll& and giving hii (^athzA'& addAUS. Thz lattzA will Azach NoAth- 
wood today to claim thz body. 

Vz&tzAday af^tzAnoon whzn announcemznt woa Azczlvzd o^ Vahl'i dzath, ShzAlf^l BzM,on 

and CoAonzA F. E, l^uAphy wznt to NoAthwood to Invzitlgatz thz ca6z. 

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ThzAZ may be. an Znqaut, but no dz{,ZruXz dzcuM-ion hat, been madz on that poZnt. 

********** f^ay 1, I9I3 

H. C. Hoi^ttnan, tz^t FfUday ^ofi Eattlz C^eefe, MB., to attend thz {^anznaZ oi hli 
bfiothzK. Tht bnjothQJi'i> dejxth {,ottowzd that oi kli ^athzA by only a ^ew wzzki, . 

********** Moi/ I, /9I3 

W/i. and jltw . R. H. FfiankianMi Iz^t Taziday night ^on. Tomahawk, WJ . , to attznd thz 
^unzAjoZ oi Ma. FAankiuAth'i i-iitzt, M/u. Wm. Kntzg, a ionmzn. A.Z6tdznt oi thU ctty. 
Vzczaizd had bzzn in poon. hzaZih ion. 6omz timz but a iataJL znding wa& not zxpzctzd and 
came oi a gtizat 6 hock to ifUznd& oi thz iamiZy. 

********** Uaiy 1, 7913 

PEATH OF A, A. MILLER 
Wet£ Known 8a4-c.ne^4 Man Pa64ei Mfiajj SaddznZy 

August A. HitZeA, a p^ominznt ba6inzi>6 man oi ouA city and a A.Z6idznt Aincz pionzzA 
daiji, dtzd &uddzntLj Za6t TKiday oi acutz diZatton oi thz hzoJit aitzn an iZinzi,6 oi tz&A 
than tAJznty-iouA houu. 

Aitzn. thz mid day mzaZ on ThuA&day hz compZatnzd oi not izzLing wzlZ and Zatd down 
ioA a nap. Latzfi hz wait iound unconiciouA and mzdicaZ atd wai hoitity ^ummonzd. EvzAy 
tiioAt wai, madz to Kzvivz hAjn but on Friday zvzning thz ta^t &pank oi tiiz itzd and hz 
poiizd away pzacziuZZy. 

Vzcza&zd woA boAn Jan. 14th, 1S72, in New VoAk City, hii poAznti bztng Ma. and Ma&. 
C. H. HitZzA. Thz iathzA dtzd whzn hz uioi a young lad oi iouA yexLAi and thz widoM and 
tjoo chttdAzn movzd to Vakota. HzAZ hi6 motkzA vooM again manxizd [to John Wzndt] and 
Augu&t madz hii homz with thz Choi. Hzin iamiZy untiZ hz woi maAAizd on ApAct 25th, H9B, 
to Hi6.& Lizziz Hzngzt. Oi this, unton two chttdAzn 4>uAvi\JZ: EAvin, agzd 13, and Augait R, . 
agzd tzn months. Bziidzi thz widow and two chiZdAzn, hz ij> iuAvivzd by hJj> agzd mothzA, 
Uai,. EAnzitinz lilzndt, and iivz 6t6tzAi,i Hai>. Wm. PeZvit, Ma4 . Hznfiy Kaouaz, ^tw . PeAcy 
llzynotd6, Ma4. Hznman WzbzA and Wu> . WaltzA GzfibzA, aJUL oi whom wzAZ pAz&znt at thz 
iunzAol. 

At thz timz oi hti death, dzczoizd wa^ a membeA oi thz iiAm oi MilZzA S UmbAzit, 
thz iiAm having bought thz mankzt oi J. F. LawleA S Co., a iew monthi ago. Vzczoizd 
wai weJUi known ihAoughout thii, 6ZCtion, having AZiidzd hzAZ 6incz boyhood. Hz woi a mem- 
bzA oi thz tocaZ iiAZ dzpantmznt and oi thz M. W. A. and caAAizd $1 ,000 liiz in&uAancz, 
in thz OKgantzation Za&t namzd. Hz woi indu^tAiou^ and honest in hii dzaJLingi, with hti, 
izttow men and woi eiieemed and. Ae^pzctzd by oJUi. 

Thz iunzAoi wot, hzld Tuz&day moAning, hZAviczti bzing conductzd at St. PhiLip'6 ChuAch 
by Rzv. ¥a. Bubik. PAizndi to thz numbzA oi ovzA two hundAzd weAZ pAZiznt to pay theJji 
Zjajt,t moAk oi AZipzct to onz who woi univeAitoLiy z&tzemzd and who6Z death ti iinceAzly 
mouAnzd. Thz sympathy oi thz zntiAZ community goei out to thz itAickzn widow and iatheA- 
lz6i tUtHz boy4>. ********** Uay 8, 1913 



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tAu . Max WZtt, who moved k&fiz (J/iom Ha.nkini,on uuXh htn. hoiband a yzoA olqo^ cUzd 
vznjj iuddzntif at hox homz on 2nd St. Tuz&day evening o^ 6zptic peAltonitli. M/l6. W^utt 
um, 34 yzau otd and wai bo^n i.n Coavza Coarvty. 

Shz Zzavu a huiband and two &maZt ckU.dA.tn, 4 and 6 yzafu, old, to movuin htfi too,. 
Shofit ^an&fiat iznvlcz& uieJie. held at the. fLZ6Zde.ncz Wzdnz&day at 7 PM., and thz AemalnA 
weAe taktn to O/UonvUZz thz iomz zvzning {^oh. bunJjot. , . .BA.zckzn>Udgz TzZzqfiam,.. 

********** uay 8, 1973 

CUT VOm IW PRIME 
TyphoZd CtaJjni, RobzAt E. Nmmann oi VZctAjn 

RobzAt E. Nzxmann dizd at thz BAZckznAZdgz Ho6p-Ual tait Tfu-daij a^tzfiYvoon at 2 PM. 
^Axim typhoid {^zvzfi. Wkitz hid cxjndXX^on woi known to bz 6eAiou&, thz (^atat tzAmtnatLon 
wai handty zxpzctzd and came ai a gfizat ihock to thz many ^/Uzndi o{i thz dzcza&zd. 

Thz A.ejnaA.n& weAe bKoaght to thz homz A.n ovJi cJjty SatuAday moxnZng and thz ^unzAxxZ 
hztd Uonday a^tztnoon. A^tzA a ihoAt iZAvZcz at thz homz thz coikzt woi, Azmovzd to thz 
LuthzAjan ChuAch. Thz zdl^Zcz wa6 ^tZtzd to ovzA^Zowtng with AOAAowing ^Aj.zndi, . Rev. 
J. P. Klaa&tz'L aonductzd thz ieA.VA.ctl> and intzAmznt wai madz i.n thz Luthzfvan CzmztzAy. 

Vzczaizd wai a natlvz OjJ HichZand County, having bzzn boAn nzoA GAzat Bend twznty- 
thfLZZ yzoAi ago. WhiZz hz wai a imait boy hli ^athzn., EAzd Neumann, fizmovzd to thz ^oAm 
in EAightwood Towmhip which hz itiJUi occupizi . HeAe thz dzczaizd gfiew to manhood and 
AZiidzd unXiZ hz zntzAzd teh govzAnmznt maiZ iZAvicz oi auaoZ cajoiieA. about thAzz yzoAi 
ago. He was manjUzd to Hiii LiZtiz BZadow and thz itAickzn widow, tittZz moAz than a 
giAJL, hoi thz iinceAz iympathy o£ aJUi in hzA. gAzat beAzavemznt. 

Thz wAitzA dzemi it a pfUviZzgz to pay a pznionaZ tAibutz to thz dzceoizd. VuAing 
thz pait yzoA hz hoi bzzn cJLoizJbj aiiocZatzd with RobeAt i.n hii oHiziaJi dutizi and 
tzoAnzd to AZipzcX and honoA him ^OA hii iinczAz attzntxon to hii dutizi, hii honzity, 
hii iunny dij,poiitlon, hii dzvotion to hij, young wi^z, hJj, un^^aiZing couAJtziy and iteA- 
ting woAth ai a man. Hz gave ^lca patAom tixz bzit that wai in him, nzveA iZZghting hZi 
woAk oA .^aiZZng to givz thz bzit iZAvicz poiiibtz. QuZzt and unaiiuming, hZi ituZzt ad- 
hzAzncz to what hz dzzmzd thz Aight Zzavzi an example o^ whZch hii ^Aizndi may weZZ bz pAoud 

********** May 15, 1913 

Ma. and Maa. C. B. Zizz AetuAned Monday ^fiom New VoAk itatz whzAZ tiiejy weAZ caZZzd 
on account oi thz death o^ Ma. Ricz'i mothzA. . . ..Wahpeton Timzi . 

********** May 15, 1913 

VEATH 01= E. REVNOLVS 
WeZZ Known Rziident Toiizi Away at LidgeAWOod 
Ennzit E. Reynoldi dizd at LidgeAWOod Monday moAnZng at 6 AM a(^teA an iZZnzii o{^ 
iZvzAoZ montki. Hii aiZmznt wai a AoAz onz [zntoAgemznt oi thz iplzzn] and thz ieAviczi 
oi thz bzit mzdicaZ mzn in thz countAy avaiZzd nothing. 

Vzczaizd wai boAn at TaytoK FalZi , MN., and wouZd havz bzzn 31 t/eoAS old on Oct. lit 
oi thii yzoA. Hz gfiew to manhood th.eAZ and izven yzoAi ago located in ZichZand County, 

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KU'iding oZteAnatzZy cut LidgzAivood and Hankimon. UrvtiZ veMf fizczntly hz woa empZoyzd 
AJfi a. AUtcuviant cut Gzne/>to. TJmq. yzau ago hz moAfuizd M/C44 Mofuiz Ha&tzd, who ^uAvZvzi 
ifUm. ThzfLZ afLZ no clvU.dA.zn, 

Vzczoitzd woi thz yoangzit o^ a ^airUZy o^ ztzvzn duZdfiui, yujiz boyii and tiuo g-Uiti, 
and fUi dzcutii li> thz ^AJUt bfiQjak Jin thz ^anUZy (UAclz. Hxi agzd mothzn., nzanJiy 90, -U 
aZio oLLmz. Thz {fCUhzn dZzd Jin. FzbnuoAy oi thli yzoA.. 

Vzzza^zd wcu, a mzmbzn. ojj ^e HanfU.m>on homzitzad o^ thz hnzfuizan Vzjoman and zaJiKizd 
$2,000 Zn&uAancz In thz oKdzA. 

Thz A.emcuini wzfiz ihlppzd to thz otd homz cut Taylor FcMi Monday night whznz theJiz 
thz ^iinztaZ Mitt bz held today. 

Thz &ympcuthy o^ thz zntOiz cxirmanAjty gozi out to thz young uxidow and othzA. fiztativzi 
In thzAJi lo&&. »»«*«**»»» J^J^^^ 5^ J9J3 

F. REINKE -C4 VEM) 
VlonzzA RuZdznt Pai^>zi Away A{,tzfi Sho^ IZlnzi^, 

Ffiank J. Rzlnkz, onz q^ thz plonzzA iztttzA^ o^ ZichZand County and wZdzZy known, 
dlzd cut SwzztgKo&^i , MT. , Tuz&day ^/lom blood poZ&onZng AZiutting ^Kom a 6Ztgkt Znj'u/iy 
to hU Izg. 

VzczcL&zd Zz^t a {^zjm wzzkM ago {^on. a toun. thAough thz Canadian nofuthwz&t and Montana 
and wa6 io wztt plzaj,zd with thz latZzA that hz ^Itzd on a homzitzad nzafi SwzeXgAo&i , al60 
makZng othzn. fiz/xZ zitatz Invz&tmznti thzAz. Hz wa& slightly InjuAzd In iomz mannzh. unknown 
hzJiz, and bZood pol&onlng ^oZZowlng fiziuZtzd a& abovz. 

FAank J. Rzlnkz, wai boAJi on kpfuZ 7th, 1S45, In loxhavz, Gzfmany, and waa thzAz- 
io/iz 58 yzau otd at thz tlmz OjJ hZi dzaJJi. Hz camz to AmzAlca In 1873, Zoccutlng {,ljL&t 
In Chicago and two yzoAZ ZatzA fivnovzd to EZmwood, WI., whzn.z hz zngagzd In ioAmlng. 
In 1883 hz camz to ZlchZand County and In 1887 woi moAAlzd to M6i4 Vzfwnlca lAanlkowikl. 
0^ thli union twzZvz chlZd/izn wzfiz bofin, i>lx boyi> and 6lx glnZj,, thz oZdz&t now 16 yzau 
OjJ agz and thz youngzit 5. He wa& a kind and Indutgznt huiband and ^athzA and gavz hZi 
chlZdAzn zvzAy advantagz po66lbZz In thz way o{i zduccutlon, and hJj> ZoAgz ^amlZy wcu, hZi 
6pzclaZ pfudz. Hz aZ&o tzavzi thAzz bfiothzfu^t ThomaJt arid Joizph o^ EZrwoood, WT., John 
who l6 In Gznmamj, and onz i>ljt,tzK, Wud . Aagu6t Stabznow o{ EJizckznAldgz. Hz wca zi>tzzmzd 
and AZ6pzctzd by hM> ifU.znd& and nzlghbou and hzZd many po6ltlon6 o^ t/ui&t In EAandzn- 
buAg Town&hlp whzAZ hz Az&ldzd ^ofi many yzam, . 

Thz body wlZZ ftzach Hankln&on tonlghX and thz lunznaZ iZAvlczii wlZZ bz hzZd at St. 
Joe ChufLch ScutuAday mo fining at 10 o'cZock. 

GAandma Stach dlzd cut thz homz o^ hZA ion HzAman Stach noAthwz6t o^ town yz&tzAday. 
Shz woi 81 yzoJU oZd. Vzath wai due to thz InilAmltZzt, o£ oZd agz. Vzcza&zd l& iuAvlvzd 
by thfizz &on& Az&ldlng In thii vlcXnltyi Hzfman, with whom i>hz madz hzfi homz, CanJt Stach, 
Jk., and Tnzd Stach. Vzczaizd wai, a kZndZy otd tady and had many cto^z ^filznd6 among thz 
(UVdLy liiXtZzu. ********** J^^^ 5^ ,9J3 



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INDEX 

AadLand 6,33 

Abrahamson 52,53 

Achter 101 

Anderson 18,70 

Armstrong 37 

Arndt 17 

Atkins 18 

Baby 125,130 

Baker 11,19,24,35 

Barina 4 

Barker 114 

Barnes 9 

Barney 7 

BarteLL 30 

Bartelt 91 

Bartz 22 

Baum 11 

BechteL 21,22,61 

Becker 71 

BeLing 4,31,32 

BeLLin 94 

Bennix 42 

Benroth 15 

Berg 27,41,61,116 

Bernard 62,81,83 

Berndt 1,18,40 

BiegeL '. 52 

"BiLL of Sale" 16 

BLadow .8,26,28,44,56,132 

BLanchard 1 

BLonigen 30 

Bock 102 

BoehLer 54 

Bohn 3,8,22,31,32 

37,65,109 

BoLdt 19,20,21,80,106 

BoLin 10,96 

BoLL 27 



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Bompiersbach ,,,,,,,71^111 

Bowers 62 

Bpackin ,,...123 

BrandeL 73 

Braun 30 

Brenner 5 

Brewer 27 

Breyer 55 

Brophey 107 

Brown 33,54 

Bruesewitz 91 

Brummund 2,22,27,42,63,98 

BuchhoLz 53,62 

Budack 129 

Burg 27 

Burgness 78 

Buscher 129 

Cameron 43 

Carr 5 

Carter 23 

Ceiminska 6,7 

Chamberlain 63 

Chezik 3 

Chinberg 23,26 

CLark 59 

Cocourek 127 

Cole 95 

Conell 5 

Coover 8 

Coppin 65 

Corcoran 11 

Cordray 46 

Cox 17 

Crawford 37 

Crooks 119 

Cult 18 

Curry 9 



Dada , 22 

Dahl 130 

Danek 44 

Dasch 61 

Davis 57 

Day 21 

De Fee 127 

Dehlendorf ....6 

Dennhardt 63 

Diamond 48 

Differding 92 

Dillon 74 

Dougharty 41 

Drennen 38 

Duerr 46 

Dunham 71 

Dun lap 130 

Durkee 3 

Dwyer 104 

Dy keman 84 

Early 114 

Ebel 1 

Eberhard 18 

Eberhardt 39 

Eckes 122 

Eckstrom 100 

Edblom 103,104 

Enkers 91 

Erb 126 

Faenrich 62 

Faust 37 

Fecht 112 

Feigner 113 

Fellbaum 110 

Felsenberg 40 

Felton 79,82 

Fernyhough 15 



(134) 



Fischer 15,17,118 

Fleming 107 

FoeLtz 8,109,110 

Foertsch 33,35 

Forrest 76 

FowLds 27 

FowLer 6,76,94 

Fox ....14 

Frankfurth 131 

Frye 100 

Frey 100 

Gabbert 11 

Gaedcke 10,57 

Gardner 41,95 

Gereszek 34 

GiLgenbach 35 

GiLLis 21 

GiLLman 83 

GLander 6,7,46,49 

GLerup 50 

Goodhue 129 

Goggin 56 

Gottfried 43 

Graege 39 

Gram 51 

Grawe 9,18 

Green 6,7,97,102,125 

Greif 117 

Griepentrog 3,114 

Gritzmacher 20 

Grohnke 33 

Grosskreutz 44 

Grove 114 

Gruenhagen 124 

Gruey 103 

Grund 94 

Gustman 22 

Guyan 40 



Mains 36 

Halfpenny 37 

Hallgren 121 

Halvorson 78 

Hamilton 52 

Hammermeister 65,129 

Hangelo 108,114 

Hankinson 65 

Hanson 42,115 

Harder 91 

Harris 104 

Harrison 21 

Hartgrave 11 

Hartley 34 

Hawes 34 

Haycraft 54 

Heesch 44 

Hein 1,2,105 

Heley 24 

Heller 91 

Hemstreet 72 

Hengel 131 

Hentz 11,25,37,116 

Herbert 126 

Herding 37,124 

Hermes 21,30 

Hill 96 

Hipp 27 

Hoefs 36 

Hoeft 42 

Hoffman 127,131 

Holman 46 

Holthusen 15 

Hubrig 7 

Hudson 39,98,100 

Hughes 81 

Hunziker 70 

Hurley 3 

Husted 133 



Ireland 129 

Isaacs 5 

Jacobs 43,44 

Jacoubeck 4 

Jaeger 36 

Jahnke 15,29 

Jamieson 22 

Jarski 80 

Jentz 30 

Jirack 51 

Johnson 6.50,53,75,81 

Jones 2,52,112,122 

Jorgenson 6 

Junker 6 

Justawana 27 

Kackman 20 

Kaiser 30 

Kamke 29 

Karls 24,82 

Kersch 39 

Ketchum 41 

Kholhoff 42,103 

King 47 

Kinn 123,124 

Kinney 99 

Kirk 27 

Kirkland 5 

Kirsch 39 

Klar 127 

Klausler 70 

Klawitter 41,48,49 

Klinger 58 

Klosterman 43 

Kluge 32 

Knaak 56,62 

Knight 105 

KobeLt 46,73,1-:-; 

Keen i a 62 



(135) 



Koppelman 39,46,134 

Kotschevar 42,61 

Koves 62 

Krause 1,5,11,22,34 

64,131 

Krautkremer 5 

Kreig 131 

Krueger 49 

Krump 27 

KuehL 18,31 

Kuehn 33 

HugLin 49 

KuhLwein 8 

Kunz 18,39,42,68 

Kyle 48 

Lackey 7,33 

Lafrombois 52 

Lammere 107 

Lane 39 

LaQua 2,96,105 

Larson 26,41,54,98 

Lea 77 

Leavitt 2 

Leek 37 

Lehn 5 

Leim 5,128 

Lenzen 36,41,99,129 

Ley Ill 

Lindeke 58 

Lisk 29 

Little 45 

Lohmann 59 

Loken 79 

LoLL 48 

Longe 64 

Lorenz 48 

Lou ry 8 

Lubenow 3,23,29 

Luepke 99 



Luick 3 

Lund 41 

Lyman 97 

Lynch 29 

Maas 30,95 

MacheeL ...13,15,24,37,97 

Kachkovich 20 

Madden 23 

MahLep Ill 

HahLum 34,61 

Makovash 72 

Maloy 17 

Manikowski 72,133 

Manske 37,57,127 

Marcke 109 

MarohL 110 

Marquardt 43 

Marsh 3 

Marvin 11 

Martin 67,98,129 

Marx ....10 

Mason 122 

Mauer 10 

Maxness 69 

Mc Donald 92,94 

Mc Dougall 8 

Mc Farland 115 

Mc Ginnis 27 

Mc Kay 9 

Mc Kean 73 

Mc Laird 55 

Medenwaldt .9,20,21,43,91 

Merrifield 9 

Mertes 116 

Meyer 29,45 

Meyers 44 

Mi Ibrandt 44,95,96,122 

Miller ..46,64,74,115,131 
Mitchell 105 



Mittag 23 

Moehring 15,109 

Moen 51,55,100 

Mohs 114 

Moody 27,84,89 

Morgan 101 

Morrill ..84 

Mourer 10,101 

Murphy -.19,56 

Narum 17,45 

Nedeau 56,68 

Neeley 116 

Nehmer 34,97 

Nelson 11,33,38,73 

Neumann ....8,14,15,63,95 

96,102,106,132 

Noland 8 

Nonemiller 38 

Novack 44,129 

Novak 10,96 

Nulph 29 

Oaklund 79 

O'Conner 65 

Odenbach 29,80 

Ohm 28 

Okerland 130 

Olson 24 

Osborn 23 

Otterburn 100 

Palmer 9 

Pankow 7,90,118 

Parslow 123 

Pasbrig 39 

Paulson 94 

Payne 74 

Pecor 120 

Pelvit 125 



(136) 



Peterkin 55 

Peterson 10 

Petrick 36,107 

Pieper 3 

PiLkie 56 

PohL 50,116 

Porter 71 

Portner 126 

Power 117 

Pribbernow 82,90,91 

Prieve 110 

Prochnow 4,5 

Purdon 124 

Putnam 27 

Rackow 23,26,52 

Radke 22 

Rea 12 

Reichstad 43 

ReiLand 34,35 

ReiLLy 54 

Reimer 15,109 

Reinke 73,133 

Ren 10 

"Requirements" 21 

Reynolds 3,4,132 

Rice 132 

Rinderman 20,92 

Rinker 17 

Ritter 40 

Robey 83 

Robinson 24 

Roeder 9,43 

Root 6 

Rosenkranz 1 

Rcsness 34 

Rossow 30,89 

Roth 15,31,43 

Runyon 25 

RusselL 39 



Scfiafer 41 

ScheLLer 43,111 

Schiller ...10,17,27,29,45 

Schlener 24,43,44 

Schmitt 32 

Schneidereit 50 

Schoeneck 107 

Schramm 108 

Schroeder 94 

Schuett 36,46,58,71 

Schultz 15,25,65,111 

Schulz 42 

Schwartz 69 

Seidenkranz 78 

Seie 92 

Shaw 59 

Shea 52,73 

Shelany 20 

Sheleny 34 

Sherlin 49 

Sherman 114 

Sievert 23 

Silvernail 30 

Simmens 112 

Skatebol 49 

Slocum 6 

Smidt 13 

Smith 1 

Sonenberg 126 

Spooner 111 

Spottswood 59 

Spreckles 26 

Springer 83 

Stabenow 59,133 

Stach 133,134 

Stack 14 

Stein 35 

Steinfeldt 40 

Steinwehr 4,5,10 29,57 

Stephens 52 



Stern 29 

Steverson 126 

Stewart 100 

Stibel 29 

Stiles 118 

Stokley 106,116 

Stoltenow 20 

Strand 38 

Strege 1,6 

Stroehl 32 

Strubel 42 

Studnicka 105 

Sunderhauf 1,2 

Swanson 127,128 

Sweeney 41 

Sweet 38 

Tew 65 

Thatcher 92 

Theede 103 

Thiel 26,27,30,33,34 

Thimjohn 15,27 

Thomas 97 

Thomason 14 

Thornton 17,31 

Thorsgard 25 

Tiegs 35,36,97,99 

Tisdel 125 

Tix 34,75 

Tramba 51 

Trapp 26,117 

Trittin 33,39,106 

Tyson 10,12 

Unknown 76 

Upkes 53 



(137) 



VaLenske 8 

Vanburg 11 

Vanderhoff 65 

Vedder 17,19 

Veseck 77 

Vickerman 5 

Wagner 42,97 

Walker 34 

WaLltnan 44 

Walsh 37 

Ward 20 

Waterhouse 128 

Weber 79,131 

Webster 1 

Wegand 61 

Wegener 6 

Weinkauf 41,45 

Weinfeldt 44 

Weiss 63,112 

Wendorf 71 

Wendt 3,4,64,131 

Wentz 41 

Weske 3 

Westby 17 

Westphal 35,36 

Wetzig 29 

Wexler 84 

Whiting 30 

Wieber 102 

Wiebush 33 

Williamson 27 

Wilson 67,79 

Wirth 125 

Witt 132 

Witte 48 

Wittman 75,95 

Woiwode 36,92,115 

Wolfe 42,68 

Wood 129 



Woolsey ^4,72 

Worner 4,6,21,22 

31,43,47,68 

Wright 116 

Wurl 16 

Yager 38 

Youngquist 115 



Zander .16,29 

Zeitz 16 

Zentner 102 

Ziebart 69 

Ziegelman 3 

Zietlow 82 

Zimmerman 93 



(138)