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On Saturday last, John Garsky, a farmer living in Eagle Point township, Marshall county, was seriously kicked by a stallion. His left ear was nearly torn out and a great gash cut in the side of his head about the ear-roots. Garsky was unconscious for some hours, and it was at first feared that he could not recover. Dr. Musgrove was summoned and place dht wounded man in as comfortable a situation as possible. He is now doing nicely on the mend. Stop! This is the 19th century. Drop in and examine my stock of gents furnishings, hats and gloves, toilet soaps, perfumes, glass and fancy Chinaware, stable and fancy groceries. R.J. Ferguson Dr. R. R. Todd & Co., the well known Grafton Dentists, will be in Drayton, Monday, August 1st, and will remain one week. Call and see their plan of making artificial teeth without plates. Office over the furniture store. The Silver Company are holding forth in a tent nightly near the N.P. Elevator to large Drayton audiences. It is a circus and medicine company combined, and provide quite an interesting entertainment. IWo tramps sauntered into the store of RP.AbbeyTuesday morning. Mr. Abbey was in the back room at the time. Said tramps each gobbled a pair of shoes and away they went. Mr. A. saw them jst as they went out the door, and ran after and caught them. They forked over the shoes and quicld~ skipped. July 25th, 1913 Drayton Echo Valley City, N.D., July 15. - His balloon in flames, 100 feet from the ground, M.A. Evans, a parachute jumper, pluckily clung to the craft till it had attained a height of nearly 600 feet that he might jump to safety. Only a few moments after he made his leap and while he was still in the ari, the balloon burst and came down to earth, a mass of burning fabric. The fire was discovered just as the balloon was released, and burned slowly, giving Evans a chance to reach a safe height from which to release the parachute. Bismarck. - Allan J. Price, 45 years old, sword swallower and snake charmer with the Allman carnival shows, died here from morphine poisoning. He destroyed all papers that would lead to his identification, hut it was learned that he has a Chinese wife in New York city. It also was learned that some time ago he had sold his body to be delivered after his death, to Johns Hopkins university at Baltimore, for $500. The body may be shipped there Street where it will serve as a Twenty-five autos have readio and TV shop for Earl passed through the city the Kirkeby. The building was past two weeks over the broughtintotownonTuesday Meridian Road. Most of afternoon by the movers and the autos have been from by Wednesday afternoon Winnipeg and Grand Forks was settled securely on its and a few from Fargo and foundation.Withalittlemore the Twin Cities. The road is renovating and remodeling it in good shape and especially will be ready for business in so through St. Andrews and the near future. Actontownships. Construction of a new The men who have had wing on St. Elizabeth's charge of the road building Hospital was begun last in these two townships week with Sam Jarhaw in certainly know how to build charge of construction. and maintain good roads. The new addition will front Don't have your teeth Main Street and will house pulled, wait for the dentist, the hospital office and a here in two weeks, new entrance and lobby. The citizens of the citywho The office has been situated live on Third street between in the basement since the Alemeron andLincoln streets remodeling operations are deserving of praise for earlier this year when the the way in which they have old office space gave way kept their lawns and the road to an enlarged pediatric in front of their places the department. past season. They have kept The weather for this area their premises in excellent in the past week has been shape. Improvements of this mostly favorable with some kind are always noticed by showeres which has kept strangers who visit our city. temperatures moderate. A Let us all fix up the lawns heavy shower Wednesday and streets just a little more morning totaled .8 of an and make our city one of the inch in Drayton. Crops in most beautiful in the state. It the area look very good with is a good way to advertise the harvesting of earliest barley town. to begin late this week but Potato Mangle Recipe the wheat harvest mostly 10 days to three weeks away. Pare and boil six potatoes; Corn and flax look good and boil six eggs hard. Let cool plant diseases continue light and remove the shells. Chop or absent on all the crops. eggs and potatoes together Thirteen boys and girls rather coarsely. Season with joined Michael Green on pepper and salt, put in a Tuesdayforabelatedbirthday saucepan over the fire with party. Other guests were Mrs. one good spoonful of butter Eva Grandquist and Susan, and two tablespoonfuls of Mrs. Dan Ostrand, Mrs. Jess cream or milk. Shake well Valdex, Mrs. William Dahl and when hot, serve, and Mrs. Carl Herseth. July 28th, 1933 July 23rd, 1970 Red River Valley Leader Drayton Express Magellan, Spanish Stephen L: Stennes,i son adventurer, was the first man of rMR. aii i Mrs. Lorrig to circle the world, making Stennes of Drayton was the trip in sailing vessels in promoted recently to Aririy a few days less than threefirst lieutenant, while serving years. His cruise took place with Advisory Team 95 near several centuries ago, and it Bien Hao, Vietnam. was a remarkable feat at that Rodney Swenson, son of time. No less remarkable Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swenson is the globe circling feat of and James Kirkeby, son of Wiley Post, completed lastMr. and Mrs. Robert Kirkeby, week in the record time ofDrayton, were chosen some seven days, 18 hours and 49 time ago to be a part of the minutes. Man-Dak South All Star Great interest was shown baseball team. Last Thursday, throughout the country in the All-Manitoba 42 team the marital affairs of Elliott tournament began play at Roosevelt, second son of Winnipeg. the President. The young On July 19, the annual man's wife, Mrs. ElizabethMexican Fiesta was held at Donner Roosevelt, obtainedSt. Ann's Church in Auburn, a divorce from him at N.D. Days before, things had Minden, Nev., on a cross been painted and repainted bill charging mental cruelty and booths and games from which was uncontested, last year had been dusted and he immediately took anand brought out again. airplane to Chicago where Father Ken Gallagher he met Miss Ruth Googins celebrated an outdoor of Fort Worth, Texas, and mass at 12:00. Music for her mother. Rumors that the Mass was provided Elliott and Ruth were soon by three guitarists and an to be married were only half accordion player. This was heartedly denied, the beginning of the day's Making "U" turns at the festivities. bridge corner on Main Street After the Mass the many is now forbidden by the games and booths opened North Dakota State Highway for business. Pete's baseball Department. Signs warning throw was the most popular. motorists against the U turn There is something about were placed on the corner dunking someone in a pool this week by representatives of water that thrills people! of the department, and The other booths got their Policeman I.E Wright, is share of business also. Many spending a lot of time on prizeswere donated by stores the corner educating drivers in Grafton and Drayton. to read and heed the signs. A delicious Mexican meal Stop signs were placed at all was served from 1:30 to 6 streets intersecting No. 44 p.m. in the basement of St. several weeks ago. Ann's. Tamales, tacos, frijoles On Tuesday the highway - all you could eat for $1.75. department made a count For those whose tastes on Highway No. 29 and the did not lean towards spicy Drayton bridge. The count Mexican food, flied chicken was based on traffic passing American-style was also certain points between the served. hours of 6 a.m. and midnight. The weather was perfect Vance J. Allen, enumerator at for the fiesta and the turn out the bridge reports that a total was large. The attendance of 549 vehicles passed over did not only consist of the the bridge during the 18 hour Spanish Americans but period. Only four of these also people from the local vehicles were horse drawn, communities. Everyone there July 26th, 1956 seemed to enjoy themselves, Drayton Leader and we shall look forward to The school building south meeting all of you again next of Drayton has found a new year at Auburn. home on Drayton's Main Mud Volley Ball Turns to Mud Wrestling Mud Volley Ball on Saturday tumed into a brutal mud wrestling match as Noah Hanson and his mom Jennifer engage in a grudge match after Noah threw his mom in the mud. Jennifer counter-attacked and made a valiant effort, but apparently lost her footing and ended up back in the mud again. Not sure who the little girl on the left is, but she seems quite comfortable lounging in the mud. The mud volley ball once again was one of this year's Riverfest highlights. Even though it's a dirly business it seems quite popular with the fans and the participants. Some Comments Made by South Carolina Troopers Taken From Their Car Videos "You know, stop lights "The answer to this last or a dog?" don't come any redder question will determine "If you run, you'll only go than the one you just went whether you are drunk or to jail tired." through." not. Was Mickey Mouse a cat # Sharing Hometown Recipes, Cooking and Coupons B Janet Thar)e Tantalize your Taste Buds with Citrus Coconut Cake Having a few friends over and looking for an easy, flavorful dessert everyone-' will love? This Citrus Coconut Milk Cake is so moist and jam packed with citrus flavors it's perfect for a summer get together. If kumquats are hard to find, you can substitute oranges to maintain the fabulous citrus taste. 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