Astoria Argus
Thursday, September 10, 1891

 

Astoria

Local and Otherwise.

Board of Supervisors in session this week.

Read Maxwell Kennedy's big advertisement in this issue of the Argus.

Miss Flora Bloomfield will soon start a new millinery store in Summum.

G. W. Bacon of Rushville, has a squash he raised this year that weighs 82 1/2 pounds.

Mr. and Mrs. John Waggoner, who live east of Astoria, are both quite sick, as reported by the attending physician, Dr. Baxter.

Roy Tankesley went to Rio Sunday night to take charge of the station.   Roy has made rapid progress in the railroad business.

The United Brethren Church in the Parry neighborhood, was dedicated Sunday.  Rev. Wimsett preaching the sermon. A large audience was present.

Charley Chick and wife of Vermont, spent Sunday in Astoria.

Rev. Wanless will preach on the Sabbath question next Sunday in the M. E. church.

George Hindson has been visiting his parents and friends in Dunfermline and Canton the past week.

The editors den was somewhat brightened up Tuesday by a handsome bouquet sent in by Mrs. Martha Pence(sp?).

Rev. Joel Palmer, of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting his brother George in this city, after an absence of many years.

Mrs. Jas. Fike, who has been visiting her parents in Nebraska for two or three weeks, returned home one day last week.

Miss Emma Tankesley and Ida Lutz, went to Bloomington, Ill. Monday, where they will attend college the ensuing year.

Mrs. Tom Hayes departed Tuesday, Sept.1st to join her husband in Clinton, Mo., where they will make their future home.

M. I. Tankesley went to Springfield Tuesday to attend a reunion of his old regiment. Tomp Toler went along to take a look at the soldier boys.

Miss Mamie Haldry, who had been visiting with Miss Anna Martin, in this city for several weeks, returned to her home in Lewistown Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Job Hughes, of Lewistown, who have been visiting the latter parents, returned home Monday, accompanied by May Moul(sp?). May will attend school there.

Mrs. Wm. Thompson and daughter, Maude, of Burlingame, Kansas, arrived to Astoria Saturday for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hudnall.

Lou Smith has purchased a fine farm from Sidney G---, near Ridgeville, Schuyler County, and will take possesion immediately.  Mr. G--- goes to Phelps County, Neb.


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