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Rooks County Democrat
Contributed by Gloria_Lester

Description: Miscellaneous News

Date: July 5 1887

Newspaper published in: Stockton


Jimmie SARVER spent the 4th at home.

Miss Lettie HALL, of Webster, is visiting Miss Ollie LEWIS.

Mrs. A. B. MONTGOMERY leaves for Jewell county on a visit to-morrow.

Misses May and Dell HAGGART, of Osborne, are the guests of Miss Nell


Ed. W. HALL returned from Burr Oak last week and is now clerking for W.


H. H. OLNEY now possesses the best bred stallion in Rooks county. See

pedigree in another column.

The Kirwinites indulged in a drunken rally when they reached their

domiciles last Tuesday evening.

A. S. OLNEY, the noted veterinarian of Minneapolis, came up Sunday

evening and appropriately celebrated the 4th with his brother H. H.

M. E. COOKE and Elmer DEW came in from Burlington, Col., to attend the

celebration. The boys never looked healthier in their lives, and we are

glad to learn they are prospering.

C. M. NIQUETTE, a prominent real estate man of Osborne, spent the

beautiful 4th in the metropolis; the contract between the two cities was

so great that when he took his departure he wept bitter tears of anguish.

Ed. HOSTETLER, the genial cashier of the Bank of Jamestown, came up to

attend our jubilee, and gave us a pleasant call. He expressed himself as

immensely pleased with the magnificence of Stockton's elaborate display.

G. B. FALCONER, the stalwart Democratic postmaster of Minneapolis, came

up Sunday evening to bask in the sunshine of his life-long friend, H. H.

OLNEY; from all appearances they spent the day in a very congenial


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