Rudolf Vajgrt was admitted to citizenship Sept 1st 1910

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Rudolf Vajgrt was admitted to citizenship Sept 1st 1910 - 8 JOHN KANE, MEMBER OF SOL- DIERS* HOME, HAS...
8 JOHN KANE, MEMBER OF SOL- DIERS* HOME, HAS ARM MANGLED UNDER TRAJN. VICTIM'8 AGE MAKES !ed INJURY VERY SERIOUS I liver an address this evening at the Kane, Returning From Stat, Fair, Is least court room on "Municipal AdverUsing." AdverUsing." The public Is Invited to attend John Kane, a member of the Iowa Soldiers' Home from Dubuque, sustained sustained injuries Wednesday night tt Gladbrook that, owing to his age, may result fatally. Kane was struck by a Chicago Great Western freight train after he had alighted £r«:n the evening lorth-bound train, on which he was a jassenger out of Des Moines, where he jad been to attend the state fair. Kane applied for a leave of absence Tuesday to go to Des Moines to be in tttendance at veterans' day at the fair. He was to have returned to the city Wednesday evening, and took the train nut of Des Moines that is due here at ..... jv, ?:07. Kane was asleep when the train reached Marshalltown and was carried »/y. He got off the train at Gladbrook mfl stepped in front of a treight train the Gladbrook yards. Left Arm Terribly Crushed. Kane was fearfully bruised and scratched about the face and different jarts of the body, and his left arm was lorribly mangled from the elbow down. Cane was placed on board of a southound southound Great Western freight train and irought to this city, where he was takin takin an ambulance to St. Thomas hos-ital. hos-ital. Dr. N. E. Mighell, the company urgeon, amputated the arm at a point short distance above the elbow. Kane ame near dying on the operating table rom shock, but rallied after the operaon operaon and this morning his condition •as quite favorable considering the eriousness of his injuries. Mr. Kane is a man TO years old. and •as admitted from Dubuque on May 2. 1890. He served In Company F, "hirty-first Xew York infantry. So far is known at headquarters Kane has relatives. BANGOR WOMAN DEAD. Irs. Long Illness. Mrs. J. L. Kersey, a well-known reslent reslent of Bangor, and mother of G. F. lersey, of this city, died at her nornf •unday afternoon following a long ill,ess. ill,ess. Apoplexy, complicated with blood olsoning, hastened the end. and afer afer having gained slowly during recent reeks a change for the worse set in iddenly last Thursday, when the paent paent became unconscious. Mrs. Kersey without regaining consciousness, Mrs. Kersey was born Lydia E "lrazier in Salem county, Ohio. April S, 844. On April T, 1S66, she became the -ife of Mr. Kersey, who survives her. en children were born to the couple, 3d all of them are living. Th°y are "illiaxn B. Kersey, of Waterloo Mrs. .uth Dudley, of Skiatook, Okla Mrs. Jina D. White, of Bangor G. F. Ker«y, Ker«y, of Marshalltown A. C. Kersey, of nion S. V. Kersey, of Clemons Mrs. tella L. Jones, of Union Mrs. Mabel Weatherly, of Liscomb: and H. H. jd Glenn F. Kersey, of Bangor. Mrs. ersey is also survived by three sisrs sisrs and one brother, Mrs. Ann E. oorman, of Marshalltown Mrs. Rena ilmer, of Montrose, Colo. Mrs. Stella avenport, of Pueblo, Colo and Stev- Frailer, of Woodruff, Utah. The funeral was held Monday afteron, afteron, Rev. H. Hickman officiating, and terment following in the Bangor metery. Many beautiful floral ofrings ofrings were sent by neighbors and lends of the family. Realizing that death was only a question of time rs. Kersey chose the text to be used her funeral, also the songs to be ng, and the singers. The latter were isses Frances Hollingsworth and ssle Stanfield, and Glrlett Dillon and arry Hollingsworth. All of the chilen chilen were present at the funeral with exception of Mrs. Dudley. Mrs. oorman was the only one of the sisrs sisrs at the funeral, she having been th Mrs. Kersey during her last Hiss. Hiss. NEWTON FRASIER DEAD. ell Known Residervt of North Part of County Dies After Long Illness. J. N. Frasier, a well-known resident the north part of the county, resldfive resldfive miles southwest of Union, in ngor township, died at his home I sday morning at 1:30, after a lln- I ng illness of cancer of the stomach. I Frasier has been confined to his for two years. Recentiy a compliaet compliaet in which hastened the end. Frasier has made his home in tS well known thruout the northern rt of the county. He Is survived by 1 wife and three children. The latare latare Keth H. Frasier, residing near 9 old home place: Mrs. Llndon Hockof Hockof near New rruvidence, ana Miss inche Frasier, who lived at home. •. Fraaler was a nephew of Mrs. Abl lott, of this city. The funeral was held this afternoon 2 o'clock from the Methodist church Union, the services being conducted Bev. Mrs. Paul, pastqj- of the lends church at Stanford. Interment in the Union cexneetry. •IF .It* PariMr Examines Six Applicants far Naturalization Papers. fudge Parker examined six applif.t» applif.t» for final papers in naturalization, /the district court Wednesday after|n. after|n. A11 of the applicants success- f.y passed the examination, which given under the new naturalizalaw, naturalizalaw, "Which went into effect a be or two ago. One other applicant .:k*d the examination successfully vdnesday morning and was admitted cjcltlxenship. flMi examination includes an oral In which the applicant is asked ^itlons regarding the form of govinent govinent in this country, the methods used In electing national and state officials. officials. and a few important events In American history. Those who applied for papers Wednesday were quite familiar familiar with the subjects treated In the examination, and were fully qualified to become citizens. Those who were admitted to citizenship were Oscar Johnson, of Zearlng Nelmon Himon Chernyk, of this city Rudolf Vajgrt, of Ferguson Herman Iruker, of this city Charles Johan Anderson, of this city Lars Enar Holmquist, of demons, demons, and Henry Hilleman, of Laurel. BROWN SPEAKS TONIGHT. Address on "Municipal Advertising" at the East Court Room Tonight. Mr. Seth Brown, who is supervisor of the Iowa edition of The World Today, Today, which will appear In October, arI arI rived in the -city today and will de- Curried By Marshalltown and Loaves meeting, which Is held under the Train at Gladbrook Struck by I auspices of the Marshalltown Club. Hospital Freight and Brought to Here—Arm IG Amputated. Secretary R. W. Doolittle, of the Marshalltown Club, and Mr. Fred Hopkins, were in Des Moines Wednesday, Wednesday, where they heard Mr. Brown before before the Associated Commercial Clubs of Iowa, His address was one of great interest and Mr. Doolittle guarantees the public one of the best municipal addresses ever heard in this city. NASBIES COMING HERE. Third and Fourth Class Postmasters Choose Marshalltown. In a sharp, triangular contest between between Des Moines. Sioux City and Marshalltown the Iowa State League of Postmasters, which embraces in Its membership the third and fourth class offices of the state, voted Wednesday afternoon to hold its 1911 convention in Marshalltown, according to a dispatch dispatch printed in the T.-R. Wednesday The convention occupies two me. and is attended by about 200 postmaster?. Charles O. Barry, of Walker, was re-elected president -f the organization, and L. L. Reynolds, of Little Sioux, secretary. LIVING AT HOME Why Live roundings Will Make an Artistic Home—Read How It Is Done. It Is folly to be wise where ignorance ignorance is bliss. It Is also foolish to try to sell a high class wall paper decoration decoration to some person who thinks when the fly specks and dirt are covered their home becomes a thing of beauty to he admired by all. and it is also a sad condition when a lady of fine and artistic artistic tastes Is compelled to forego the pleasure of having her home beautiful for lack of a few dollars which would J. L. Kersey Passes Away After make life worth living. Ever'st, the dealer in high class wall paper and th» latest panels ideas, as well as thf oldest panel designs known, such as George ITT and Louis XVI, keppc his stock complete the year around. Ev=r!st, Ev=r!st, oppocjto tht Methodist church, is sure guarantee of satisfaction, as many know tha- his future depends on satisfied satisfied customers. Why take offer", as your home is only your own reflection. MISS CLARA OWINGS TO WED. To Become Bride of Louis Miller, of Colorado City, Sept. 21. Mr?. "William Owing?, 109 S'~uth Nir,th street, entertained a doz^r. ladies at 1 o'ciook luncheon Wednesday afternoon afternoon to anr.ouroe the approaching rairrlaee of her daughter. M:.«= ""ara Owing?, to Mr. I^ouis M!!r, of Co!oralo Co!oralo City. fo o. Th» wedding is to take pl.ice here on P-pt. 21 Mr. Mil- er Is a ?.ir. of Mr.«. Dorothy Miller, of S12 We.= T^ir.n street, hut left thi= city seve-al year? agro, going to Oklahoma: Citv. and later to Colorado City. I The dining room was tastefully orated In red and white, and these colors prevailed jn four-course menu. Red roses wore glv»n is favors, to which were attached dainty, hardpainted hardpainted cards bearing the announcement announcement of the approaching wedding. Mrs. Owing* was assisted in serving hv her I daughters, Mrs. J. Hnnrr Banfnrd, of 1 Chicago, and Mrs. George Appe!. of Melbourne. NEW ENTERPRISE. Marshalltown Club Brings Pressing Establishment to the City. The Marshall *OWR Club has been successful In bringing a new enterprise enterprise to the city, Mr. S. H. Sharp, of Luverne. Minn., having decided to locate locate here and to conduct a sanitary pressing parlor. Mr. Sharp has been In the city and is greatly pleased with his r.ew location. He has leased a room in the Sherlock building on East Main street and will open his place of business early next week. THAYER ON JOB AGAIN. Veteran Times-Republican Circulation Man Returns From Vacation. A. P. Thayer, the veteran Times-Republican Times-Republican circulation man, reached the city Wednesday night from "U"hite Bear. Minn., where he has been spending spending the past three months at his summer summer home. Mr. Thayer la on the Job annually on Sept. 1, when he starts out .ngor township for many years and to see old Time?-Republican friends and to cultivate new ones. Mr. Thayer Thayer has had a delightful summer and has enjoyed some fine fishing in the northern lake country. Licensed to Wed. Arthur Brennecke, farmer, aged 28, ana Maude Miller, aged 24, both of this city. Your Out-of-order Stomach Feels Fine Five Minutes After Taking a Little Diapepein. Every year regularly more than a million stomach sufferers in the United States, England and Canada take Pape's IMapepsin, and realize not only Immediate, but lasting relief. This harmless preparation will digest digest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach five minutes afterwards. If your meals don't fit comfortably, or what you eat lies like a lump of lead In your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is a sign of Indigestion. Get from your Pharmacist a 50-cent case of Pape's "Diapepein and take a dose Just as soon as you can. There will be no sour risings, no belching of INDIGESTION, SOURNESS accommodaS Dingy III-Assorted Sur- When the Same Money Sanitary

Clipped from Evening Times-Republican01 Sep 1910, ThuPage 8

Evening Times-Republican (Marshalltown, Iowa)01 Sep 1910, ThuPage 8
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