Holredge, Neb., July 2.- Last night I two masked men took possession of the J Btreets and held up everybody who i carne along. A yonng man named Roberts was caugbt first and searched. He had but 15 cents in money and a watch. J. A. Fredericks, a merchant, escaped by running. The -obbers kept Roberts a prisoner and marched him along wbile they patrolled the streets looking for victime. Len Runetroin. a business man, and Elmer E. Drnmmond, an Adams express messenger, were riding by on bicycles when tuey were ordered to halt and hold np their nands. Rundstrom complied with the order, but Drummond did not stop and was shot. He feil from his wheel and died in a inoment. While one robber stood guard the other searched Rundstrom and then Drummond's body and secured $5. a reyolver and watch, then ran off in the darkness. Owing to the darkness it was impossible to obtsin a sufficient description of them. Sheriff Kundsen and posse of 50 are on the trail of the inen and hope to overtake them.