Contributed by Barbara
Description: Noted From Near-By - Baylis IllDate: June 27 1894
Newspaper published in: Quincy Illinois
Baylis, June 25.
Miss Maggie Boggess, of Quincy, is spending the week with her cousin, Nan Laughlin.
Mrs. Wm. Blake spent last week visiting in Barry.
Jos. Dunston and wife spent Tuesday with their daughter, Mrs. J. I. Parker, in Barry.
D. E. Donly left for Elkhart, Ind., on Wednesday night to be present at the Young People's Christian Union of the U. B. church. He expects to return Monday.
Clara Cory spent Wednesday attending the Epworth League work at Barry.
Richard Rounds and wife drove to Barry on Tuesday.
James Starkey while working in the loft of his barn fell through and was badly hurt.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhodes spent Sunday visiting his mother in Griggsville, Ills.
Ben Haines spent Tuesday in Mt. Sterling.
Mrs. Ella Pierce met with quite a severe accident by stepping on a needle and part remaining in her foot.
Nicholas Stakey took two car loads of cattle to Chicago on Wednesday, and Albert Amerino a car of hogs.
Mrs. Shep. Conkright, of New Salem, visited Mrs. Frank Tipton on Wednesday.
Homer and Maud Ramsey spent the first week with relatives.
Mrs. Ann Schmidt and daughter Lizzie, of Barry, spent Sunday with John Schmidt.
Miss M. E. Walling and daughters, Della and Nina, accompanied by Grace Pierce, drove to New Salem on Thursday afternoon.
N. A. Bowman and wife, of Fish Hook, spent Friday with Chas. Bowman and family.
Frand Bogan and Simon Powell, of Fish Hook, attended the senatorial convention at Bluffs on Friday.
Aunt Ann Fish is quite sick.
The Barry boys played out younger nine on Friday, and strange to say our boys were successful. Baylis has the honor of owning two nines.
Dr. R. J. McConnell made a flying trip to Siloam Spring on Friday.
Harry Husband spent Saturday in Griggsville and reported a fine rain there.
Mr. and Mrs. Webber Grammer spent Sunday at S. M. Ramsey's at Maysville.
Anthony Burch went to Quincy to the exercises of the St. Mary's school and accompany his daughters, Izalla and Fanny, home.
Frank Bogan and wife spent Sunday in Hadley.
Russell Dunston spent Monday in Barry visiting his sister, Mrs. J. I. Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Dunham accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Cobb, of New Salem, spent Sunday visiting at Jas. Starkey's, north of town.
Clara Cory started to attend the science class at Pittsfield this morning.