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MT. PLEASANT, IOWA
SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1913Mower Accident Fatal To Small Boy
Legs Badly Cut By IIorse-Drawn MowerWith County Men And Women In The Service
They’ll Do It Every TimeFatally Shot In Station HoldupAllies Set Ud New Military Government
De% Moines, Iowa (INS) Two-ye r old Howard Jaokson of Des Moines wa dead today victim of a horse-drawn mowing machine he had sought to avoid by fleeing into the road-side weeds on a street passing his acreage home.
His legs severely cut he died in a Des Moines hospital at 8.00 p. m.j yesterday, liv*- hours after the ac-! cident, of shock and loss of blood.
The child, it wa.s revealed, apparently had followed the instruction of his parent,., Mr and Mrs. George E. Jack son to “run to the ditch” when vehicles or horses approached from j t.h«- street so when the machine 0|>er-j a ted by Jame Harris!, 4 2 mowing j weeds for the street department came along Howard fled to the side of the | road
Harris aid he did not see the child! until he heard him cry out.
IRmA, TMiS tS A I V/ i PERSONAL CALL'"/ Will you GET My ^ WIFE ON THE ‘PHONE7 I WANT TO TELL HER t'M wORkING LATE "• ^ And CHARGE ME FOG ) IT* ITS PERSONAL YOU KNOW , -•
Omaha, Nebraska <INS> A sixty yetr old Omaha filling station attend-nt died m an Omaha hospital today of a bullet wound in the abdomen inflicted police said by one of two bandits who held him up and robbed him of $02 00 from the station’s till.
Pvt. Dwight L Frenrh of 223rd Station Hospital, Camp Barkley, Texas, is spending a few days at the home of his parmts, Mr. and Mrs Howard French. He is visiting other relatives also. They spent Wedne dav at the home of his brother, Orel Frenrh in C'.tumwi Miss Lorine Keaton of Peoria is also a guest at the French home.
AMGOT Will Rule Captured Territory
ARRESTED BY FBI
AT CEDAR RAPIDS
Allied Headquarters in North Africa — (INS'— The American seventh armv in Sicily today was only four miles from the port of Agriento and still was advancing at last reports. Allied headquarters announced.
The Americans also were closing in cn Catania following seizure of four other towns.
Mrs. B E. Seeley is spending the week end visiting her mother. Mrs. H B Stewart at Chariton.
The address of A. S. Leo Brau is: McBryJe Hall. Room 14. U. of South Carolina. Columbia, South Carolina. Seaman Brau is in Naval Officer.. Training.
Allied Headquarters in North Africa — 11NS * — The allied command today revealed a new military government for Sicily, the first of its kind in history.
The proclamation disclosed that the new government will be known as AMGOT—Allied Military Government in Occupied Territory and will govern the island following its capitulation. The same procedure will be followed In all later captured territories.
Listening to The straw Boss PUT on THE PAY-AS-YOU-GO ACT TO IMPRESS‘HE HIRED HANDS -
Albert J. English, seaman second class, son of Mr. and Mrs. A B English of southeast of Mf Pleasant is home on a furlough from Farragu\
WILL ASSIST IN OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER
GIRL DROWNS IN
RIVER AT DAVENPORT
BAPTIST PASTOR AT
Miss Ina Oberman has received word of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Ina ©alladay of Beaver Crossing, Nebr. She was the wife of Martin Salladay. They formerly lived in Henry county.
Funeral service will bp held at Beaver Crossing Sunday, July 18.