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Fierce Storm Along the Keyapana
River Kills Eight Persons in
Vicinity of Naper.
OTHERS ARE INJURED, SOME FATALLY.
I One Family of Seven People Six
tose Their LUesIn Another Fam
of Six Two Were KilledEvery
thing in the Path of the Storm
Wa Destroyed.
Naper, Neb June 22 Eight dead
and four fatally injured, all members
of two families, were left in the path
of a cyclone which swept along the
Eeyapaha river, five miles south of
here, Thursday evening So destruc
tive was the visitation that the houses
of the victims were luterally reduced
to kindling- wood It is feared that
when full reports from the stricken
district are received the lis* of suf
ferers will be increased The names
of the known dead follow
Clara Anderson aged 8 Ida Anderson
aged 7 Jacob Greening aged 40, Jacob
Greening Jr aged 2 John Greening aged
4 Margaret Greening aged 4 Mary Green
ing aged 9, Mrs Jacob Greening
The fatally injured in the two fam
ilies are.
Bertha Anderon aged 10, Mrs August
Anderson Theodore Anderson aged 12
Grace Greening aged 14
Only One Escaped.
August Anderson, husband and fa
ther, was the only one the two fam
ilies to escape unscathed, and this
solely because he was away from the
house
The storm cloud appeared about five
o'clock and Traveled down the rner
I seemed to ri^e up and skip some
houe and then ^eoop down and de
molish e\ervthing in its path The
cwlone was preceded a e\ere hail
storm stone* filling that measured
ten mehe*- circumference
Eervthinjf Destroyed.
E^verjthins-
the iraek of the storm
was de^Troved Trees were blown
down and the smaller on es were
stripped of leaves, and barb-wire
fences were earned bOO yards The
furniture that was the homes of
the Andersons and Greenings cannot
be found trunk and pieces of the
table were picked up a half-mile away
Members of the family of Jacob Berg
and Charles Metz were injured and
their houses we re demolished
Hits South Dakota.
Rapid City, S June 22 torna
do did heavy damage several miles
west of this city, totally demolishing
the houses on the Little Ranch, which
we re occupied by N Allen and fam
ily The family reached a cellar
time to escape death Great trees
were torn up and carried many yards
The storm overtook the mail earner
and a woman passenger coming from
Silver City The buggy was demol
ished and the two had a miraculous
escape The horses have not yet been
found
MOB TAKES REVENGE.
Two Megroet, Accnued of Complicity
in the Murder of John Foster,
Hanged in Louisiana.
Shreveport, a June 20 Two of
the negroes implicated the murd er
of John Gray Foster were lynched by
a mob at Benton Wednesday night
One was Frank, commonly known as
"Prophet" Smith, who, as the head of
the "Church of God" movement in
that section was blamed as being re
sponsib le for the sentiment against
the whites which led to the death of
Foster The other was "YfcLand
New Orleans, June 19 Abe Bar
rett, the negro who assaulted a white
girl at Gulfport, Miss was captured
Tuesday afternoon and lynched
was taken to the scene of the crime,
identified and confessed and was
strung to a tree half a mile from the
town broad daylight
Made a Suecseisful Trip.
New York, June 21 Without the as
sistan ce of a pilot, and to demonstrate
that a first-class battleship could be
navigated through Hell Gate success
fully, Capt Henry Manney took the
big battleship Massachusetts through
the tortuous, rock-bottomed Narrows
Thursday It was the first time in the
history of the navy that any com
mander of this class ever dared at
tempt the feat
Great Feat of a Girl.
Berlin, June 20 Miss Kuntze, of
Berlin, with a guide named Furrer,
has succeed ed reaching the top of
the Gelmerhorner, near the Rhone
glacier, Switzerland Th is is tne
first time the mountain has ever been
ascended I is 10,500 feet high
Died of His Wounds.
Quincy, 111., June 21 Edward Den
nie died at the hospital Thursday as a
result of being shot by his wife, Mary
Denme, who had become jealo us of
him and is believed to have lost her
reason. The woman is jail.
Still Favorable.
Washington, June 22 Reports re
garding Mrs. McKinley's condition
continue of a favorable nature. Con
fidence is expressed that she will be
able to be removed to Cant on early in
July.
Fatally Burned.
Baraboo, Wis., June 21 Philip Ven
heisel and Miss Ann ie Horning were
fatal ly burned from an explosion of
gasoline at Spring Green Thursday.
Died at the Age of 103.
Rockford, HI., June 21. Timothy
Caulfield, the olde st man in northern
Illinois, died he,re Thursday at the %g%
of 103 years.
A BETTER FEELING.
Gen. None*, CI\il Governor of Ha
vana, Says Friendly Relations
with United States ire Stronger.
Philadelphia, June 21 Gen Emilio
Nunez, civil governor of Havana,
passed through this city Thursday on
his way to Atlantic City. In speaking
of the conditions, political and* social,
of the island. Gen Nunez said*
"Since the acceptance by our Cuban na
tional assemblies of the Piatt amendment
the political situation has improved a good
deal The business people there now think
there will be no question raised or misun
derstanding in the relations between the
United States and Cuba For a time lll
feelmg was threatened but the final adop
tion of the amendment has settled this
The result is the establishment of friendly
feelings between the two governments, and
the Cuban people are satisfied with the
existing conditions New companies with
American capital have come to Havana in
consequence and more money is being in
vested in the country than ever before
"The administration of Gen Wood, all
In all has been very successful He has
had to cope with manv difficulties, but has
succeeded In keeping the confidence of the
people The Cubans are anxiously await
ing the time when thev will have their own
president and we expect that one year from
now the Cuban government will be estab
lished The Piatt amendment if carried
out as accepted will be a benefit to Cuba
Senator Piatt himself has explained its
terms It will keep Cuba in peace and pro
tect her from foreign nations The pro
posed establishment of a coaling station
by the United States is satisfactory to the
people who are grateful to this country
for its assistance
""v\ ith the acceptance of the amendment
in the assemblies by a vote of 16 to 11,
whatever ill-feeling existed was quieted
and the Cubans are satisfied
"For myself 1 never had any doubt of
the good intentions of President McKin
ley I have faith in the man and believe he
is honest and straightforward and wants
to do good for us Man^ Cuban people how
ever not knowing the American nation,
supposed the United States is like Spain
which so often broke her promises to
Cuba
WINS AMERICAN DERBY.
Robert add ell. Ridden by Bnllman,
Captures Bis Racing Event
at Chicago
Chicago, Tune 24 Cheered by 55,000
people who had spent a fortune to see
ten horses run 1% miles at the Was h
ington park race track Saturday,
Robert Waddell a despised outsider,
ridden by James Bullman, flashed un
der the wire iy 2 lengths ahead of his
nine competitors and won the great
\merican Derby The distance was
iy 2 miles and the time was 2 33 4-5
The best previous time was 2 36 Ter
minus was second and Parad er third
The value of the pur^e to the winner
was $19,575, to the second horse, $3,-
000, to the third horse, $2,000 The es
timated number of paid admissions
was 55,000, amounting to $100,000
Fifty-eight handbooks were opera
ted to accommodate bettors on the
Derbj It is estimated that $350 000 to
$400,000 chang ed owners as the result
of the race
BALL AND BAT.
Table* Showing- Percentages of the
Club* of Leading Organiza
tions Up to Date.
The following tabl es show the
number of games won and lost and
the percentages of the clubs of the
leadi ng baseball organizations Na
tional leasrue
Clubs
Pittsburgh St Louis
New York
Boston Brooklj
Philadelphia Cincinnati
Chicago
American league
Boston Detroit
Washington Baltimore Philadelphia Milwaukee
Cleveland
Won Lost Per ct
29 27 22
23 25 24
21 19
20 23 19
21 24 25
24 24
593
540 523 523 511 489
467 358
28 27
22
22 21 18 17
17
23 19
20 26
30
29
622 540
536
524 447
375 370
Former Governor Dead.
Dover, N June 19 Former Gov
Cheney, of Manchester, died at
the home of his son m-law, Charles
Fish, here Wednesday was 75
years of age He had been ill since
the death of his wife several weeks
ago Besides having been governor of
New Hampshire Mr Cheney had served
as United States senator and as Unit
ed Stat es minister to Switzerland un
der Preside nt Harrison
Fatal to Horses.
New York, June 22\ccording to
Superintende nt Hankmson, of the So
cie ty for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals, a new disease similar to the
grippe has appeared among the horses
here and is rapidlv killing them The
disease was first discovered last Satur
day, and from reports submitted by
the leadi ng veterinary surgeons fully
10,000 horses are to-day suffering
from it.
Gold Ontpnt.
New York, June 22.The Engineer
ing and Mining Journal publishes com
plete estimates of the gold output in
the United States and the wor ld at
large last year The figures, $118,435,-
562 for the United States and $255,924,-
654 for the world at large, comparing
with $99,518,712 and $311,505,947 in
1899, do not differ materially from the
estimates of several months ago.
Investigates Trusts.
Washington, June 24.The depart
ment of justice is making a secret
investigation to ascertain if the
great industrial combinations are
operating in contravention of the
Sherman anti-tru st law If so the
government will take action to vitiate
the combinations.
War Tax Repeal.
Washington, June 21.Repeal of a
lar ge pa rt of the war stamp taxes will
go into effect on July 1. The list in
cludes bank checks, telegrams, express
receipts, money orders, deeds, convey
ances and bills of lading.
Does Not Favor Increase.
Washington, June 24.The govern
ment has taken no part in the de
mands for increased indemnity made
on China and will do everything pop
bit to disqourage them, j_
The State Bank of Warren
is the place where you can
get a Loan on your Farm with
out delay.
A. Grindeland,
ATTORUEY-AT-LAW.
JULIUS J. OLSON,
Attorney-At-Law.
U. S. Land Office Business a
Specialty.
Office at A Grmdeland's Law Office
WARREN, MINN.
OEO. E. ERICSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SKAD1NAVISK ADTOKAT
\RGYLE MlNJ^ESOTA.
G.
S. WATTAM, B..DM.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office JlVNezt door East of Bank.
J\r. Zhtodor Bratrud,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office over Johnson Drag Co.
Warren, Minn.
D. BERNARD, V. S.,
VETERINARY PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Has Practiced Nineteen
Years in Warren
Warren, Minn.
E.
T. FKftNK, M. D, C.
YETERIHARY SURGEON & DEMIST.
WARREN, MINN.
J. O Dokken,
..LICENSED AUCTIONEER..
20 Years' Experience.
RESIDENCE
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Relief in Six Hours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
Disease relieved in six hours by "NEW
GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN KIDNEY
CIRE It is a great surprise on ac
count of its exceeding promptness in
relieving pam in bladder, kidneys
and back, in male or female. Re
lieves retention ot water almost im
mediately. If you want quick relief
and cuie this is the remedy. Sold
by E F. WHITNEY, Druggist, War
ren, Minn.
WARREN, MINN.
established 1882.
Qamuel Coofee,
ATTORNEY-AT. LAW.
"Office one door eaet ot Meat Market."
Warren, Minn.
Wm. J. Brown,
Attorney-At-Law.
W Office corner Johnson ave & First St.
War ren, Mi nn
Fodvang P. O.
Sec. 12, Marsh Grove.
SCANDIA HOTEL,
OSCAR BOSSMAN, Prop.
Meals at all hours.
Boarders at Low Rates.
Meal tickets also obtainable.
Located on 1st St., north of Bank of Warren
C. 5. Hull
Agent for narshall County
...for...
Celebrated Alpine Safe
Highest award by Medal in compe
tition with the world at the Centenial
Exposition of the Ohio Valley and
the Central States, at Cincinnati.
Prices range from $15 to $400.
Every farmer should have one of
$15 safes in which to keep money and
valuable papers. Guaranteed fire
and buglar proof.
A J^-.^^^^AAaa.difrtf
DEFECTIVE PAfiF
KNUTSON & HOLSON,
City
Dray Line.
Agents for the
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
At Warren.
Guarantee $000.00
Salary -a-e&riy.
Men and women of good address to represent
us some to travel appointing agents, others
for local work looking after our mtere=t~
$900 salary guaranteed vearlj extra commi
sions and expenses rapid advancement old
established hou=e Grand chaDce for earnest
man or woman to secure pleasant permanent
position liberal income and future New, bril
liant line- rite at once
STAFFORD PRESS,
23 Church*St., New Haven, Conn.
C. J. KLINGBORG,
Blacksmithing, Horse Shoeing and
Repairing:.
All kinds of wood work done.
Plow repairing and Horse Shoe
ing Specialties.
HaTe a machine for sharpening
disc harrows and rolling coulters
and a polisher for plow shares.
Prices Right
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Four City!
Gasolene Engines
Coiipled with the
BUFFALO-PITTS NIAGARA
Separators
Mak a Compete and Successful Thresh-
ing Rig for Small Farmers to club together
and own. We are having a large call for
this particular style of Threshing Rig and
from Present Appearances will be SWAMPED
with orders before the season is half over.
Come Early with YOUR ORDERS
and make sure of getting just what
you want.
W.F.Powell&C
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McCOMCK THE PRIDE OF THE
NEW CENTURY.
Call on us and we will take
pleasure in showing you the
improvements for 1901
LINDBERG LUNDGREN
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