Pocahontas Democrat (Newspaper) - July 6, 1905, Pocahontas, Iowa ' 1 JULY 6, 1905. 18 Lilly from A. Lilly of Fort Dodge who in the employ of the Illinois Central since leaving Dover this six years Idled Saturday from injuries received by belDg struck in the back of the head on June We clip the particulars of the sad accident from the Dodge Lilly was injured in the back of his head the 21st day of June when just a little west of the watering tank out of The back of his head was struck by a bridge trestle while he was looking back at coming around the The result of the accident was a of the flesh at the back of % the head and the flesh was much There were no fractures of the however and it was thought that in time he But the accident developed into concussion of the brain which was the cause of his Lilly was born at Cedar Rapids 34 years He spent his boyhood days at Fonda and the past six years has been in the employ of the Illinois He was given the position of engineer last It was just nine months ago Saturday that his father while riding on a load of breaking his Lilly was wellknown liked by all here and at his parents home in where be was taken for Services were held at the at 9:30 and at the St. church at 10 a. m. His body left here at 1:40 He leaves % wife and an eight months old Charles Edward He was married to Marguerite Fitzgerald of October 7, 1903. He has three brothers Bay and Ar two Anna and His mother also survives home of his from which the funeral took is eight miles north of al was held under the auspices of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire i. men and the Knights of Columbus of which he was an honored There are many who with his family as he was very well Among the Gounly The marriage of Miss Alice daughter of and Mrs. Daniel Fitzgerald to Mr. David Lynch of was at St. Catholic church north of Fonda yesterday Rev. Shannahan The bride is well known to Fonda people while the groom is a prosperous young They will go to housekeeping immediately on the grooms farm at where the best wish of a mul ' of friends will follow E. A. Leithead left last Friday for the He went to My ers where Will Leithead and other Pocahontas people are From there he goes to Seattle and then to San Fransisco where Dr. Chas Leithead is located will return home the southern by Salt Denver and other no ted Gilmore City During the heavy thunder storm Which passed over Gilmore between four and five o'clock Saturday the barn on Ed. Kellogg's farm was struck by and completely destroyed by the Are which followed The building some buggy and set of There was no stock in the building at the The loss was about and was Insured for 8250, Mr. Grant R. Pol lock of Kolfe and Miss M. Belle were married at the home of the bride's parents at June 21, 1S05. Miss Stoaks has been one of the teachers of the Rolfe schools for the last two Mr. has been in business in Rolfe for several and Mrs. Pollock have returned RoUe and will be at home in their fine house in the west part of July 1905. Mr. and Mrs Pollock have many friends in Rolfe who wish them a happy ous D. Carey Lizard township underwent an ations last week for hospital at Fort where he tq remain for some weeKs to return ' J with reasonable care he will be many months in unless an ex sfe to a ver age p Sunday at Spirit Saturday and Sunday from to Sept. 30th, Rock Island iP Will sell tickets to Spirit Lake and re at one fare for the round trip good returning on Mon day following date of Soldow of Pioneer was in Gilmore Saturday Whitfield of Pioneer spent Sunday at the Winter and Edith Taylor attended the in Pioneer Friday Wittman and Howard Greiner of were in Gilmore Thursday H. and family left Tuesday evening for Lake for a ten days Mae Wells of Port Dodge arrived in Monday evening to spend the and visit with and Mrs. D. A. Rice entertained a crowd of young people one evening last and all reported a good Bessie Morrison and left Saturday for a few days visit with relatives and friends at Grand and Mrs. Pete Johnson and family spent Sunday at the Mr. Johnson is one of Rolfe's and Mrs. Rollie Brooks arrived in Gilmore City Saturday afternoon for a few days visit at the home of the L. Kellar of unexpected dropped in Friday for a few days visit with old friends and W. R. Reis returned Friday evening from Grundy county where she has been the guest of relatives and friends for the two weeks J. Denten of Humboldt drove over Saturday evening to spend Sunday and the fourth at Mason Shepherd taking his place in the store W. Vogel of traveling insurance agent for the Northern Life Insurance Company with headquarters at was a business caller in P. Shaw of came down Monday morning to make adjustment of loss on F. E. Beers town Mr. Shaw Mutual Jennie of is making her Dr. J. T. a Mrs Hambley has returned from her ten days visit in A. Hobbs with his band of bronchos and horses arrived in Friday selling head of and left for Manson Monday Ewalt left Saturday morning Jefferson for a few days visit with his wife and Mrs Ewalt and the children have been in Jefferson for several weeks of our Chicago sojourners have returned to their homes much to the pleasure of those who have been and just since their better halves left H. VanAlstine was a business caller in Ft. going from there to Humboldt where he attended a meeting of the board of su returning home in the Daisy Tibbetts of Clare came up Saturday evening for a few days visit with her brother R. B. Tibbetts Also another sister who is teaching in the public schools at Sioux City came up Saturday for a few days the boys have had the tennis court fixed up in first-class the young people spend their evenings which give them a good recreation after their day's and makes them feel like resting at night and working the next H. A. Dryer returned from Ft Dodge having been In the hospital at that place for several weeks She had to undergo She is still unable to .be about the but is getting along fairly Speedy recovery is the wish of J. and family of St Louis arrived Friday evening for visit at the VanAlstine Bourne and Mrs. are Mr. Bourne returned to his home Monday but Mrs Bourne and the children will remain here for a few weeks thunder storm Friday morning our new school house ing was struck by tearing quite a large hole in the roof but no other damage being done about the not eyen a place where the bolt of lightning made Its The building is and loss Tvill be promptly L. L. Maher and Paul Hohberger and Misses and Mary Ellen McMahon were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. E. G. their country home Sunday and the young people report a most enjoyable and that Mr. and Mrs. Fargo are delightful and Mrs. Wilder Small and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beers and little son of left last Saturday evening for Lake Okoboji for a ten days Roy Small is working up near there and all expect to have a good and come back well refreshed and not regret the money and time IS putting on all kinds of trimming today in preparation for tomorrows Horse ball parade and several other amusements add much to the Interest of the case we don't get rained anyway let's have a good Can't do anything else so what's the matter with showing the children that you are as young as and enter into their sport as you did when their About 6 o'clock Thursday during the heavy thunder house was struck by doing considerable The lightning struck the and scattered oyer the entire damaging the plaster in nearly every aad tearing large hole in the roof and the side of the but fortunately no one was or even though part of the bolt went out through the window at the head of the bed where Mr. and Mrs. Beers were The house Is Insured two good companies and the loss will be in due Estate transfers are furnished each week by the Pocahontas Loan Trust L Allen wife to J H 5 a in SQ qr of ne qr sec 31-92- 1 E Tall and wife to Henry ne qr of se qr and se qr qr sec 4-90-32 w 5800 Loan Trust Co to William n 86 qr sec 23-93-33 w 4800 to E E e ft of It 2 blk 23 in the 4th C Stevens and wife to H C Stevens ni of It 4' and si It 5 all in blk 32 w d 1000 Michael Barton to Mary Jane wi of sec 33-90-33 w d J J Bruce and wife to C B Pitch It It (i in the sei of also It A of ni of nei aind nei sec 30-93-31 q c E Wilcox and to J P e 56 ft of It 2, blk 23 the 4th add w Saving and Loan Association to S Cundy It 9, blk 9, blk 0 Laurens w H Bartly and wife to M E De ei of sei of sec 10-92-34 and swi of 11-92-34 J Turner and wife to Nettle B It 1, blk 24, 4th Fonda w Morton and husband to Solomon It 9, blk 6 q c large barn on the farm of E. M. Kellogg near was struck by lightning during a recent storm and was burned to the The building was which partly covered the 1. 8III31 Our Square Deal for a Round NEED A me Good Points In Our of good our line bristles It consists of the very best goods that money will We have not a black sheep in the whole are all Please bear in mind that we are here to please carry a line of paints and hay garden granite and in fact everything usually kept in a first-class hardware * we tin Gome In and see will Treat you 68. n e e e In 58 Hours 40 Union Pacific and Southern Pacific a faster train service than any other line from Missouri River to San Only 58 hours 40 minutes Omaha to San Fransisco Tourist cars double berth Past short no and illustrated publications on California free on application to E. L. G. P. T. Union Notice Is hereby given that the un bus this Oay been appointed and commissioned by the ot the District Court of- in tho state of Executor of tho estate of Mary Payer and all having claims against said estate are hereby to file them with tho clerk of said clearly stated and duly and within preparatory to their allowed or and persons owing said aro requested make payment to the and avoid at this fifth day of July A. of tho estate of 18-26 you want to your farm for sale call on the Land Loan Co. sell the Stearns none J. W. 0. Mowers and Monitor Buggies Wagons Spring ver machine Manure low down and easy to Endless always ready for business doing away with complicated and Pipe have been wanting a picture of the family for New is your You all know that I am going to leave the city in a L. Percheron Draft imported from France so you better do it by Sons of la in the Percheron of and that his number la 3S37. Kails Horse Importing Cedar and left hind foot Weight 2100. athos 51521; from Franco 1903 by Sons of Is In the Percheron and that his recorded number is 54031. For Cedar Palls Horse and Weight 1900 Standing and at in Wednesdays at my farm In Lincoln Fridays and Saturdays at feed yard In of Insure live to Insure with foal whenever maro Is to With Parties parting with mare attor will bo hold responsible for but mates are disposed of or leave tho ' the account becomes dno at Care win be taken to but I win l.