Contributed by Gloria_Lester
Description: Miscellaneous NewsDate: October 7 1886
Newspaper published in: Stockton
Butter is very scarce.
Mrs. Joe RILEY, is quite sick.
An infant son of Jake SHIRLEY is sick.
Fred NEWEL threshed his wheat last week.
The city dads held a meeting Monday night.
For a nice job work go to the DEMOCRAT office.
T. J. HEWITT, of Garden City, Mo., is carpentering in Stockton.
Attend the meeting at the opera house next Sunday afternoon.
If you want to read the news, pay $1.50 for the DEMOCRAT one year.
Now is the time to subscribe for the DEMOCRAT. Four months for 50 cents.
The amusement season in Stockton will be opened next week at the opera
Dr. ROBBINS is treating a case of typhoid fever. Mrs. S. G. MICKEL is the
Stockton Post, No. 76, Grand Army of the Republic, held a regular meeting
last Saturday night.
Fred ST. JOHN has secured a situation with a Chicago house, and starts
out this week to sell cigars and tea.
Remember the Plainville fair October 12th, 13th and 14th. We hope that a
goodly number of our people will attend.
W. H. BARNES went to Corning today.
J. R. SKIRVIN, of Plainville, called on us yesterday.
Bert NEWELL came back to Kansas last Friday night.
Rev. Father PUJOS, of Plainville, was in town Monday.
C. W. SMITH returned home form Lawrence last Friday night.
Mrs. A. L. THOMAS left last Saturday for Kansas City on a visit.
J. F. MULLANEY, real estate agent of Webster, was in town Saturday.
Robert POMEROY will remove to Hemingford, Nebraska, in a couple of weeks.
C. P. DUNAWAY was called to Clay Centre last Friday night by a telegram
from his wife who is very sick.
Louis BIGGE left Saturday morning for St. Louis, where he goes to attend
the great State Fair and Exposition.
Mrs. G. S. BARNES came over from Plainville Monday evening to see her
sister, Mrs. J. J. RILEY, who is quite ill with brain fever.
Miss Lottie HOWARD, who was adjudged insane and sent to the asylum at
Topeka last spring, returned home last night fully recovered.
We noticed the genial Bob STEPHENS of Woodston, on our streets last
Saturday. Bob has great faith in the future prosperity of Woodston.
Jimmy SARVER, a postal clerk on the Santa Fe, who has been visiting the
"old folks at home" here, left for his post of duty last Monday.