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r 1 September 30 1904 'l1-1J ; I' l\LL l.,11 Y 1 KIJjUN I . - - - - - ; " ' }
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
I , Mrs. Herbert IJedg-es went to
I. Mound City 'l'uesday.
I Mall Hoffman and Toni Frank
drove to Rule \Vedncsday.
Henry Smith returned from
Humholdt Wednesday morning-
Mrs. George Schtneliel : and
! " - Humboldt visitors
laughter were .
I Cider and pure apple butter at
_ the new cider 1hill at the cream-
I cry building-
Just received a fine line of
street hatH at the Bon Ton Millinery -
lincry store ,
I New cider mill at the creamery
I building four blocks north of the
.I Douglas mill.
'i 1\lrs. Kate E. Thomas of Lincoln -
coin is visiting friends in and
near this city.
l\Irs. C. Coleman of New Con- -
cord Ohio is visiting her niece ,
Mrs. H. I. Hunt. 1-
I Emma and Otto Werner returned -
turned Wednesday from a weeks
I visit at St. Louis.
I A. Miller and family returned
from a trip to Missouri the latter
part of the week.
Miss Norris of Table Rock ac-
I compauicd l\Ir. and Mrs. 1. C.
I Maust to St. 140uis.
1\11' and 1lrs.V. . Long left
for S1. Louis Tuesday via the
. : . Mo. Pac. Worlds Fair train.
Mr. and Mrs. George Parchen
were Missouri Pacific passengers
to St , Louis Tuesday eycning'
l\Ir. and l\Irs. 1. C. l\Iaust are
in St. Louis doing the Pike and
other features of the Worlds fair.
l\Ieta and Albert Rcshick and
Emma Scholl r'turncdVednes -
day from thc exposition at St.
. . Louis.
. . \Ve guarantee all the cider
, from your applcs. No waste in
the new cider mill , creamery
Mrs. G. J. Crook left tor St.
! Louis Monday evening via the
.1 ! M. P. for a week of sight seeing
at the big show.
There will 'Je regular morning
and evening services at the Bre-
thren church next Sunday to
1 ! which all are tn-ited.
" Mrs. A. E. Gantt entertained
the Junior C. E. society of the
Presbyterian church at her home
on last Saturday afternoon. All
enjoyed a pleasant time.
. Everything new at the cider
mill at the creamery building
building four blocks north of the
Douglas mill. \Ve guarantee all
the cider from your apples.
Rey. J. R. Keller and wife of
Chicago returned to his home on
Tuesday morning. Mr. Keller
preached both morning and evening -
ing at the Brethren church.
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One CITY MEAT MARKET , \ : : +
Is opelled up for business again at tile old ' < )
I stand and will always keep I on hand the .
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FRESH AND SALT S' < ' \
Poultry and Fish ft
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We will pay tIle highest market price for all . :
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kinds of Live Stock and H ides. . Call and see ' , =
us when in need of anything in our line. .
.WESLEY fILLER .t
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A horse belonging to J.F.Live-
ly while standing in front of the
feed store owned by O. P. Heck
last Saturday became frightened
and started west at a lively pace.
However the animal was stopped
br fore it had proceeded a block
and 110 damages were sustaincd.
The usual services will be held
at thc M. E. church next Sunday
Hcv. \V. B. Alexander , presiding
elder of York district will preach
both morning and evcning" . The
Sunday school and Epworth
league will hold their meetings
at the usual hours
Several days ago George Gilli-
g"an tried to play the Jonah act
with a star tobacco tag. I-Iis
friends were greatly relieved yesterday -
terday when hc coughed up the
tag 110 worse for the sojourn of
ten days 111 the boys stomach.
The St. Thomas guild will
give a six o'clock dinner in the
new rectory on 5th and Harlan
street , October 5th from 5:30 : to
S o'cloc1 p. m , The tfcket will
he 50 cents and the proceeds will
go into the Rectory fund.
While the citizens of this city
regret dcparture of Re\.Alex-
ander and his family , they arc
glad to know that his chan ge of
location is a promotion as he becomes -
comes presiding elder of the York
All roads lead to the cider mill
at the creamery building four
blocks north of the Douglas mill.
everything new. Bring us your
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Bring your apples to the new
cider mill at the creamery build-
ing , four blocks north of the
IVlrs. Van\Vinkle and daughter
Grace and Mr. Kirkpatrick and
son Irvin went to Pawnee City
Wednesday where they attended
the wadding of W. F. Martin and
Miss Jane H. Little ,
Chas. , Al and Henry HauffIey
and their wives and mother ac-
companicd hy l\Irs. Phillip Zim-
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merman and ( daughter left Tucs-
day Wisconsin to attend the
wedding of their cousin.
Monday while standing on a
high fence the seven year old son
of Isaac Willis fell fracturing the
clavicle amid dislocating the shoul-
ch.'r. Dr. Rush reduced thc frac-
ture and the lad is recovering
Judge Kelligar convened court
Monday afternoon and called the
docket. C. F. Hea\'is presented
an affidavit objecting John
Martin as court reporter , which
Judge Kclligar overruled. Thc
case of Blau vs , Otto and Herman
Hue ttncr was called for trial
Tuesday morning. This was a
case where the defendants beat
August Blau over the head with
and iron rod and the plaintiff sued
for damages. Martin , Leyda and
'Viltse appeared for the plaintiff
and C. F. Reavis for defendants ,
The case took two days to try
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and thc jury after being out all ' . . " : : jj
rendered a verdict for the plain- :
tiff for one dollar , . : ;
A petition signed by Fevenfy of
the citizens . Dawson was hand- . ;
ed to thc court asking that C. F. . ,
Reas be appointed to prosecute . . ' :
Ida Pool for assaulting the little . ;
boy , \Vm. Yvarren. 'T ' he court ' ' , ' , .
appointed C. F. Rca\'is to prose- .
cute the case in the place of the
county attorney who dismissed . it
last wcck. ; " . . . '
Myrtle McGinnis was granted . . , : , : . ' ? l.
a divorce from Hugh McGinnis. . '
'i ' he case against , V. \ V. Leek- . ' "
ins was dismissed by the county , .
attorney. ; '
In the criminal case against , - " .
Elmer Tuttle the defendant was . ;
permitted to plead guilty to a ; - ; : , : ; : , . . . . . .
minor offense and the court gave ; I
him thirty days. - * . . b :
Parsel1 vs. Parscll was settled ' :
and dismi5sed. (
Potcet vs. B. & M. settled for
Sl,400 and dismissed. r
80 acres all fenced and cross " ' . .t-
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fenced. 54 acres in cultiva- . .1' : '
tion , 9 acres in alfalfa cut three P - ' 1
times this year , I I acres in 'i
pasture blue grass and clover , : J
with fine living water , about . . \ . :
5 acres in orchard and yards , .t
all kind of fruits ; story and a
half 5 room frame house , and
barn , double corn crib , good ,
well. Owner will sell within / ' , I .
the next 30 days and says will . ' .
take a price that is right.
Henry C. Smith.