Contributed by Gloria_Lester
Description: Miscellaneous NewsDate: May 10 1887
Newspaper published in: Stockton
Only three more weeks to school.
Frank McNULTY is able to be around again.
Lots in SARVER's addition at $33.33 1/8 apiece, by Fallas & Babb.
Mr. C. P. DUNNAWAY spent last week with his family at Clay Center.
It is not too early to begin preparations for a rousing old time July
Mr. M. SATCHEL in north Stockton lost two of his children with the
measles, last Wednesday.
Lots of fishing parties out Sunday. Some report not a very dry time. Ask
Frank CONNELLY and G. A. LOCKE.
The supper given by the W.R.C. at Heiners last Thursday, was well
pataonized, $50. being the net proceeds.
Six hundred dollars of the Building and Loan Association money sold last
Tuesday night for a bonus of $160.
Mr. A. B. MONTGOMERY left last Friday for Wallace Kansas, to resume his
business of booming that thriving young burg.
The next thing in order is the organization of a fire company. We want
all the young men in town to take hold with a will.
Mr. G. M. RANDALL and family are still at Momence, Ill., Mrs RANDALL's
father and mother have both died since they were there.
Miss Gloria SMITH late of East Lynne Mo., has secured the summer school
in Forrey district on Lost creek about sixteen miles west of here.
After a severe case of measels Mr. Frank MONTGOMERY is able to be at his
post again, Frank says he sells more goods than any man in the county.
NOTICE ---Prof. H. W. SUTTON will take a few scholars during vacation,
who wish to take up some of the higher studies, at a low tuition. School
to last six or seven weeks.
Elmer DOW returned from Burlington Colorado last week, very much in love
with that country. He and Mr. John SARVER expect to leave for there again
sometime this week.
Mr. David BABB is fast coming to the front as one of our real live estate
men. Most of his attention is devoted to SARVER's addition. Where he
has sold over 100 lots this week.
Buy your old papers at this office.
Isn't this fine weather to go fishing?
Peck's Bad Boy at the Opera House next Monday night.
Fun at the Opera House next Monday night. Don't fail to attend.
J. N. SMITH sold his two lots on the corner of Cedar and Main streets,
to-day, for the nice little sum of $4,000.
Messrs. OLIVER and LIVINGSTON, two popular young men from Cawker City,
have been spending a few days in our city.
Mrs. T. J. JOHNS, formerly of Abilene, arrived in the city Sunday evening
to join her husband. They will probably make Stockton their future abode.
Mr. Joe H. SIMPSON leaves us tomorrow for Plainville, where he goes to
engage in the Loan and Real Estate business. Mr. SIMPSON shows that he
possesses no little business talent and we cordially recommend him to the
people of his new field of labor.
Our country brethren, of Ash Rock, seem to be not on the best of terms,
some fence breaking has been going on which resulted in a lawsuit, here
yesterday, and to-day State vs. Jonathan and Alva ROGERS, for malicious
trespass and breaking down fence---James WILLIAMSON is the prosecuting
Mr. A. M. GASPER, our genial harness merchant has sold out his stock of
goods and left last Saturday with his family for God's country as he
calls it, Washington Territory. Mr. Chas. ZERHNS takes his place at the
old stand on Jim SMITH's corner. You all know this famous dutchman and
will not fail to give him a liberal patronage.
A very important change in the Missouri Pacific time table is expected to
take place next Sunday. This will give us two daily passenger trains, one
additional to our present morning and night train, to arrive here about
11 a. m. and leave at 4 p. m., through trains to Atchison. This will be a
great accomodation to the people on this end of the branch, and we
sincerely hope it may not fail to take place.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT ๑ ADMINISTRATOR
STATE OF KANSAS,
In the matter of the estate of Lewis Fay, late of Rooks county, Kansas.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Notice is hereby given, that on the 4th day of May, A. D. 1887, the
undersigned was, by the Probate Court of Rooks county, Kansas, duly
appointed and qualified as administrator of the estate of Lewis Fay, late
of Rooks county, deceased. All parties interested in said estate will
take notice and govern themselves accordingly.
T. J. McClellan, Administrator.