LeMars Sentinel
LeMars Sentinel
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Description: General News

Date: March 15 1887

LeMars Sentinel, bi - weekly
LeMars, Plymouth Co. Iowa
March 15, 1887

SHORT SENTINELS - area - ( partial of column 1 )
* ALBERT and AUGIR make Abstracts.
* $ 150, 000 to loan at six per cent, C. H. SMITH.
* Go to LAUX Bros. for the best hard and soft coat.
* George LORING is way on a business trip to Clinton.
* A good work horse for sale, enquire of O. H. HINDS.
* H. M. and J. U. SAMMIS are in Chicago for a few days.
* Mrs. A. W. DURLEY made an over Sunday visit in Sheldon.
* Money to loan at a low rate of interest, by A.M. Dunes and Co.
* Hou. I. S. STRUBLE arived from Washinton Monday night.
* Three farms to rent apply to C. L. TRENARY at CLAY Bros. office.
* Miss RICHARDON os spending her school vacation at home in Sioux City.
* Mrs. W. H. DENT went to Sibley on Saturaday for a days visit amonf friends there.
* BAILY & DEJONG sell the Fountain City Seeder and David BRADLEY adjustbie Harrows.
* T. L. BOWMAN Sundayed at home returning to his engagement in Omaha Monday morning.
* Henry HEINRCIH has returned from a three weeks purchasing trip in New York and Chicago.
* Women's and children's shoes the finest and best line in LeMars at KLUCKHOHN & KEHRBERG's
* Wanted, -- pupils to take music lessons, Mrs. PEMBERTON, Washington, 1 st door south of Fifth street.
* G. W. PECK, editor of the Temperence News, Sioux City, Iowa, was in LeMars, yesterday looking after the interests of his paper.
* Mrs. Flora HEBBENSTREIT will receive at her residence, opposite Dr. HILBERT's a class in music. Instructions given on piano or organ. Apply at once.
* There was a fire alarm and rush on Saturday to John HENTEGES, the fire was in his smoke house and was put out by the time the alarm was aonned.



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