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Cudahy Times, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1894, Cudahy, Wisconsin v c Devoted to the PET HINTS FOR OUR i The little Town Of Needs a THERE IS A DEPLORABLE 1 LACK OF Your Town's Welfare N are the kicks about the lack of conveniences in our little One wants a another a theatre and the howl coming last but by no means least is from the man who wants Walking on a muddy day something to be dreaded and past experiences are but shadows of coming events need and a house we have if the matter is properly taken hold of. Unfortunately the town lies on either of the dividing line be- tween two as the territory is at present the erection of two structures would be necessitated in order to accomodate all the were it all included in one but one would be would not be annoyed with un- pleasant information about the Perhaps we might indulge in a of our own now and again if the contestants were by Joking incorporation will be found to be absolute necessity before another year is ation in the workings of the tants of a place is absolutely ary to the welfare of a and without incorporation this operation cannot The plan adopted for the of Cudahy should be con- servative in the The a- mount of territory to be included would probably be a difficult tion to decide We wish that any who are interested in this ter would express themselves through the columns of the It is a good subject for debate and will no doubt create considerable PRICE 5 CENTS Chas R. of the Chicago J i- a divorce from Iris I a daughter of Peter j OF I i that at the time of their she already had a husband in the person of Henry of Green T .fi Mr. Persons married the woman Number Of People WEEK'S ARCH BISHOP Town Last Get 23 e 1S93. He 40 of 23 the date of March Last feet was a Very Quiet one AND HAVE NOT REPORTED j FOR DUTY j Henry Schneider's Are Wearing v The tion is another one we would like to hear opinions Watch the date of March J. lie j i the or j Bl le Kaith Schneider i- yet to he Shipments of were reined I A FEW JOTTINGS I by Cudahy Co. iroin the 1 lowing parties this week B F Decorah i Iowa Lee er Prentice D H C Hex -er Co Pi C Sank H. B Mr. Ostrom has Commenced to where the Cudahy That bright and interesting sheet put in an appearance on our table for several weeks braze or we will have to exchange with the Whitefish Bay KEE We can't do it friend cause shy a foundry in this but we're sorry that your tal service is no better for we'd hate to see you do so desperate a deed as the one The little To school is is too far away to be Many of our citizens who live north of avenue refrain from sending their children to the horn school for fear of causing feeling on the part of those who are of the Buckhorn and rather than oblige them to walk so long a distance the children are allowed to stay at Now this is a pretty state of affairs to exist in an enlightened com- when a little earnest work and honest endeavor would set things It is not as though we did not realize the worth of for who among us does not want to see their dren educated Poultry Live chickens per 7 6-8c, per 3 oO 00; choice large Northern up to 4.50; geese per 6.25 6 50: for Southern and up to 7 50 for choice large Ducks 8 9o. Dressed 8-10c: geese 7_9c; 10-llc; Sc Dairy gutter Fresh made choice to per held and inferior to good fresh good to choice selections fresh lines fresh packing stock it Full cream per 12c: The of chief i- too long tor publication It be easier to give a list ot beloie the of Tow n bom appointe d in one w no Mum burn A D Minn Win H H Lv Son Koo in Henrs Ho ha boon in J H V Vi hue and seemed in his to make j u man It. in the oi Mi this to h in extent he secured a of Mr We farm one hundred and odd only a mm the firming X Y Ui i nd W h thr dalo of Mai oh 31. Mt Pablo who boon ill for i- June spent b with in Patru Tho Chicago Inter that great Republican has not suffered by the recent era of financial depression but has gone right along adding to its tion large and tial a stride that under the circumstances is truly wonderful AI one time additions to the list were ng at the of 800 to per for the daily and ao high per day for the Weekly Ml T 11. 4- m a a book the the Itch i- P gage Young America choice choice Swiss 12-12, c Per 161-17c, for held and fresh for cold-storage and He for the date oi n The wre cdh hrill ant on the tiling oi u D in how to wt Fan which he at the time From the time he became his ow n master he became in The money went as it came ami ai UK oi the year the rent was Since then he Fi has been borrowing and Monday he left for Eh kit en- new Mr put an to by the b done that h w -form in ton i I i h j broker Anb and Mirr aa ot ai tlie Seminary The Ho Father who bet n ill lor 1imo is im- Lenm Ora the k three Frank business ii iho of Boor and div tho dale March i- been on h-t tor the laM or Inter The of this is o place it at the head of the ist of ureat Chicago It is a tamily i per of highest follow i of trains on the North extern roid at St. on property Friday to re- Mess 12.20 for cash and 12 30 for prime steam 7.55 cash and 7.25 pickled 891c cover Henry Schneider a fathei of St Wis w here during the week making m- into the Kettle h 3- cr on the -n k h-t for nm Umo He 1 .in on the date oi Maith SOLTH j i m. p 'n 41 i m. a 70 12 p.m fl m 1.5.1 m 47 1 m 17 m. p m 00 p m. iv to All Democratic caucuses in Mil. I Waukee County be held on March IP th Straw and Good choice upland 7 50 per ton on inferior to fair No. 1 timothy 9 No 2 800 00; clever and mixed 6.00 Wisconsin 5 per on track One must needs feel rather cheap g 5Q__6 00 ry e 6 50- 00 ad when he sees from 12 to 15 children board the train to attend school at St and realize that the fact that they cannot go to school here is partly owing to the lack ol interest in the This is a subject to which a large amount of hard is and which to be properly require the untiring efforts of all the energetic men and women in To come to the question is it to lay the original platters of the subdivisions or the present owners of lots If neither of them are responsible for the lack of we will never see a till the town is and if let us have incorporation before the great spring Now ring in that old chestnut and refer South Milwaukee as an ex- ample of the disasterous results of We don't want to for the sake of having waterworks jmd electric It's we want I and a license on We could then indulge in a lage marshal who could attend a With true official to U that the authorities wheat receipts Seeds common to per bushel from first 4 5 55 per 2o common to per bushel per 3 4 20. Jobbing 5.50 o per bushel for lair to choice clover and 1.85 2 00 for Watch the date of March 31 LIST OF of Order iob for 1894. The e plate to it i- ai 011- n ported i Ol op- The Republican caucuses be held on March 17 th. A large heating beer placed in the Methodist church H JI i 1 J L' barn is j oven W ing completion i Milwaukee v u Charlie m man and J I kee on important MO by I A to pestle U b Patent Yv ton W A aukee lor J C Kraft Milwaukee J Tent C 1' TI Gen va. t epient H hii port FOR but little two bay driving horses also new double will sell separate and Address this Town treasurer Linck will be at his office in St. Francis on days and Fridays of each week un- til March 14. Sheridan left South in Thursday Mr the Cream City As yet no one been injured by street on of Tim O Brien went to t-i attend the funeral ot a Billv Martin and engineer Urban T with of the were noth in- au h jured bj being out of a buggy u Emil the new t to tiie low and ud South Side wa- in town offered Tne most the date of March 31. i Woik en on I Mi w new house next to the Chipel on Xew The of Cadwell iV Kuhu have the ft r the work I Mr will in the for- mer residence till his own t ted 131ant he Thompson visited IK u w eek Hi 1 en h thi u Ut M n eh tL u trone intti m m 50 WORLD'S FAIR VIEWS 1 The Ki i P f thil 1( ll per fifty cent- Farm and Fireside twice a m per annum We i both annum 10 page will and For per month will rent a Dwelling and Store near Cudahy Good chance for enterprising parties Address Box 177 Watch the date of March 31. Born to Mrs. Max a hoy last Tuesday Bob Clarke plant is laid oi ing papers on the and a book of The Methodist Church will i t t I o o TIT o Til on i n Fair to new of the for of this i- The Intel Ut which was compelled tu dispense pol ITRY with itb very popular Book j for no other It i Sample copy oithe particulars Send ir e for either ot August The Poultry -u be dedicated next Owing to a lack ot time we can not go into detail about it. They are at price the j chaser presents a certain of coupons cut from the on the Keener Co Pa. i x Forget to forget to sleep but don't forget the date of March 31. HELD UP BY HER A a llox 1'luols us a StaRO course you've heard able romances of women stage ers said T. C of Cheyenne to a have and most of them arc I have no but I know of 0110 in every word is true The of my story was not the regular driver of the coach which I have in but ing the trip I speak of bhe was a substitute for nor who was a arid having been reared on the farm she was n for feats more usual to men than For in- aie was an excellent could ride almost any was H first rats shot and was not afraid of Often she had driven the coach for her when from any cause he wanted to have a day off. She did it too r perfectly and she was the pride of all the people fahe had a which perfectly natural and quite Her lover lived with his ents on a neighboring He lacked a great deal of being a model for a Y M. C. A. but yet Ins infractions of the ordinary amenities of life were not so and glaring as to give him a no- character he was shift less and inclined to He would often go to be absent three or four days and return very reticent as to where he had been or as to what lie had been This morning my heroine cracked the over the stage horses for her 60 mile called him the rest of tho people thereabout called him Wild was absent from supposedly in coach was a mail ot and aside from the revenue derived from the government for carrying the mail had a good senger for 10 years ago roads were scarce in that The coach leit at 6 o'clock in the morning and was due at its destina tion at 8 o'clock in 1he went the passengers were very until about 4 o'clock in the At just about that hour five men jumped out from behind a bowlder in front of the coach and demanded upP The nervy little woman on the box didn't worth a cent. In- she dropped her grabbed a Winchester and was pouring a of bullets into the robbers be- fore m their could what was going bo completely astonished them that they for a second or two didn't know as the ing Her example inspired the passengers to and opened The result was that all the robbers save one fled The exception was one who had dropped at the first shot with a wound in his right after the others had the girl came down from the box to look at the wounded She stooped over him and pulled off the revealing to her astonished eyes the features of Wild her she didn t marry but she took him into town had his wound attended and never revealed to the authorities what had That's ft true Worth
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