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Search America's historic newspaper s from or use the U. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present. Chronicling America is sponsored tly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more. An anti-saloon lenguo has boon or gnnlzod nt Bodge.
Burglars broke Into the hardware store of S. There Is no clew to tlio robbers. While painting bis residence at Ox-jfordCaptain. Leo fell from a lad- I' ' dor at a liclgbt of about fifteen foot i badly fracturing bis rlgbt arm. Of ficers are on the trail of the murderer. Will C. Kramer of nennlngtonwho so mysteriously disappeared over n year ago. Carl A. Besnoyson of Prof. Ilcssoy of the University of Nebraskahas boon elected to the position of assistant professor In the department of me chanical arts In the Agricultural and Mechanical college of Oklahoma.
Bessoy received a degree In electrical engineering from the university last week. The tornado that wiped out the town of Herman brought grief and sorrow to one of the leading families of Pen- dor.
Kolsoone of tlio vic timswas an old resident of that coun ty and town. Her death has cast a cloud of sorrow over the community. The uncertain condition of her llttlo daughterwho Is among the Injuredadds to the sorrow of friends of the stricken family. Tlio district bankers' conventionwhich was hold In Columbuswas largely attendeddelegates being pres ' ent from NorfolkLincolnMlndcn.
Kearney and nearly till the Importanttowns of central No'brnskn. James A. CllnoNational bank examinerread a paper on "In terest on Deposits. Forty-three I of the old members ed up and 1. John C. Hartigan was 1 chosen captainRobert Clappfirst'l lieutenant and C. Rhodessecond I 1 Houlonnnt. The affair was concluded J'iwith a banquet M Cptaln S. The offer was accepted by two ardent supporters of McKlnleywho had the name of Mc Klnloy placed on the boat Instead of that of Bryan. State Superintendent Jackson and Deputy Superintendent Beck are at tending the teachers' examinations now being hold in different parts of the Btato.
Examinations for teachers' certificates are hold twice each year at Lincoln in December and in various points in June. The reason for hold ing the examination In only ono place in December is on of tlio state Teachers' association holding Its an nual meetings In Lincoln at that tlmo.
This company is a permanent organi zation of high standing nnd Is now presenting light operas In Studebaker hall. Miss Oakley has achieved an en viable reputation as a soloist In Lin colnOmaha anil other cities in the west. She was a member of the Lor- olol Ladles' quartet of Omaha for sev eral years. The finely trained chorus of the company Is composed largely of musical studentsmembers of church choirs and soloists of ability.
Hawkinswho lost his life In the cyclone at Hermanwas well known in South Omahahaving been connected with the Hammond Packing company for a of years. Whllo located there Mr. Hawkins was ono of the head men In the provision depart mentbut when the Hammond com pany opened its plant nt St. Joe ho was sent there as manager. Haw kins reed his position on Juno 1 In order to retire to his farm near if Herman nnd spend the balance of his : days in quiet. From information ro- ' colvcd it appears that the Hawkins barn was struck by lightning and de stroyedMr.
Hawkins being in the building nt the tlmo. Hawkins was CO years of ageand his many friends regret to hear of his deathjust as ho was in a position to enjoy the quiet of life ho had long desired. During an electrical storm at North Platte the homo of W. Brown was struck by lightning which demolished the chimney nnd damaged the plaster ing considerably. Two childrenwho were asleep in a room upstairswere knocked senselessbut they soon re coveredhowevernnd nro little the worse from their experience. The Un itarian hall received n Btroko which damaged the flue considerably.
Light ning also struck n wire clothes linewhich was attached to ono corner of a house belonging to Mrs. Crickstrik ing the house and shattering it in bad shape. Miss Sanders of lloldrege was made Instructor of musicHarry Benedict of Lincoln was elected to take charge of Prof. Diincanson's work for the coming yearwhile Prof. Duncanson goes abroad on leave of absence for study at the University of Lolpslc.
Miss Daily of University Place was elected to the chair of elo cution and oratory. Ely has contemplated this line of work for some time andiccordlnglysent In his reation to the board early In the spring.
In the future. The plan Is given in this resolutionwhich was adopted by the board : ResolvedThat beginning the open- ng of the term In September, ho training department consist of n dndorgartcn and eight gradeswith lot to exceed ten children In each gradeand that these classes bo taught indor the direction of the critic teach ers and in the presence of the various raining classesunder such conditions as may bo of most bonolit to said training classesand that the chll- Iron to bo taught In these grades shall bo selected by the critic teacherssubject to approval by the principal.
The Crop ConilltlotiH. The last weeksays the crop reportms been coolwith heavy local show- srs in eastern counties and only very ight showers in the western. The average daily temperature has va ried from about normal in the extreme eastern portion of the state to 2 be- ow normal In the western part.
Light test occurred In northwestern coun ties on the Gth and 8th. In most of the eastern third of the state the rainfall of the week exceed ed half an Inch the rain falling In showers mostly on the Gth and 7th. In the wcatcrn counties the rainfall was jenerally less than a quarter of an nch. The last week has been n most fn- vorablo one for the growth of crops n the eastern half of the state.
In nest of the western half more rain would bo beneficial and in the south western counties small grain has been njured by the dry weather. In the lortheastern counties small grain Is n excellent condition and has grown well. Corn Corn has grown well In all parts of the state. The dry weather In the western part of the state has not af fected It unfavorably.
Cultivation of corn has made rapid progress In cen tral and western countiesand the crop Is there free of weeds. In the region of heavy rainfall cultivation ms been delayed somewhatand some fields arc becoming weedy. Corn Is somewhat backward In northeastern countiesbut taken as a whole It Is In otter condition than usual at this. Alfalfa is being cutand the crop Is 'cnerally light.
Cherries and Btraw- borrles are ripe In south counties. AVmitit ; J. Ho was sent to the top of n forty-five foot polo to make atachmonts and after doing the work ; io started to descend. As ho was climbing down the crossbars his right arm came in con tact with ono of the bare wires and Ills back with the otherthus complet ing a short circuit and letting the full force of the current flow through his body.
The shock caused him to lose Ills hold and ho foil to the pavementbreaking both foot and his right nu- klo. Subsequently the right foot was amputated and ho now wants the com pany to settle for the Bum mentioned. The marriage of August Schlcnson- or and Frederlka Thorn of that vicin ity of Oxford was solemnized last week. The gallant groom has attain ed the rlpo ago of soventy-thrco yearswhllo the blushing brldo Is seventy- four.
Catharine RIgga prominent Beatrice womandied last week. Still further reports of losses of cattle - tlo are being received at Ainsworth In addition to those reported ly. Jim Wilsonono of the biggest stock men of southeast Cherry countyfrom the ranch of P. WantzIs out twenty- five head and no trace of the missing animals can bo found.
A ranchman named Remallasouth of the Callmus has lost sixty head. It was from his ranch that the Bobeo cattle of fifty head were stolen last fullof which no trace has ever been foundalthough the most vigorous search has been In stituted. Thn OniiTiKir'n Miiriiliiri. The state board of public lands and buildings IH still figuring on the pur chase of a mansion for Governor Poyntersays the Lincoln Journal.
Thompson on H street across the street from the capital grounds. It Is claimed that the board dosdres to enlarge - largo the library of Mr. Lowroy's house If the building Is boughtand that this change can be made without much trouble. The board held n brief meeting yesterday afternoonbut the mi'inbers denied that they had closed the deal.
The board has never di vulged the bids and no ono knows what prices are asked by those who have offeretl houses. Buckstaff who worked for the passage of a bill authorizing the state board to buy his house was reported to have the Inside track uj to the other daywhen re ports turned In another direction.
State Treas urer Mesorvo was reported to bo op posed to the purchasebut ho said yesterday that he was In favor of buyIng - Ing the building and grounds as soon aa the board could find out what thf property was worth. Wliun the rir t BnlIn. In order to bo In position to give o the anxious friends and relatives of the members of the Flrpt Nebraska.
Today the adjutant general - oral of the army answers this by say- ng that the Information would bo wired promptly upon Its receipt by ilm. It was said that news of the sailing of the regiment for homo was expected soon. The plan for the reception to the returning boys of the regiment here s being made on the theory that when mistered out they will want to go to their homes firstand the reception will bo hold some time afterward.
It ma been suggested that the time of ho meeting of the Grand Army of the lopubllc reunion might be opportune. Nclmnlui In Itrlcf. Gillettelate of Chicago cageIs the successor of Prof. Rhoades as principal of Chadron academy. The latterafter serving two years iis principal of the schoolhas reed In order to enter the ministry In New England. Gillette - lotto Is a graduate of Park collegeMissouriand has taken post gradu ate course In theology at Princeton and the Chicago Theological seminary.
Early fruit Is commencing to ripen. Cherry growers expect to begin pick- ng next week.Local Custer City Pennsylvania sluts
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