Contributed by Gloria_Lester
Description: Miscellaneous NewsDate: August 13 1896
Newspaper published in: Stockton
Corn is hurt some, but the late rains have revived it a good deal.
Cutting millet is all the go.
C. W. PHELPS went to Nicodemus on ______1st and took his shooting
gallery. He has a fine outfit.
Webster has one of the finest painters that every struck the west.
Wm. DODGE is moving into this county from Osborne county.
_andy BURTON will teach in the Bray district this winter. This is his
second term there.
Frank CLINE has been selling a good many sewing machines lately.
Mrs. Geo. MITTEN has been down to Manhattan to see her daughter.
A. G. SCHNEIDER has sold 2000 bushels of corn and hauled it to Zurich.
Oh Yes, Frank PHELPS has traded his McKinley mule off.
While Mr. HALOWELL, of Belmont township, was herding he came near being
killed by a meteor. It fell within a few feet of him, scaring him horse
and stunning him. The rock is about as large as a man's two fists and is
dark in color. It will be on exhibition at fair.