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Rippey Reporter (Newspaper) - November 2, 1895, Rippey, Iowa to the Welfare of tha of Rippey and BY SPECIAL all to be and orders for job work at the with JOHNSON Business Managers of The Lcok Lift First V. V Mercy and Third V. Fourth V. every Sunday at 6-30 p. m Literary program rendered the last Thursday in 7:30 p. AND P S. C. Christ the Hatue Grace C. Grace Corresponding Secretary or meetings every Sunday evening at 6:30. R. I. ft P. AT a. 1:50 p. 6:59 p. 306, 4:59 938. 1:50 p. a. scld and checked to all U. S. if given two days E. C. A. Bank to allowed 11 We spec alty of sale notes and is fhe Only Thing That Keep Your Hands in Shape to Husk Corn This TRY A BOTTLE and be Per Miles South of per ton Nut per Pea per above are prices Call and see 11 of Is worth ten pounds of we have the best Hog Cholera Preventive that can be we are selling at anything of the kind on the F. Drugs and - - next Mrs. Brakeman was a Perry visitor was a visitor Leake went Des Moines Tuesday to buy Johnson made a trip to Perry P A. Smith wai in the city Monday und Burk made a trip to Jefferson Heater over to Ogden a few days ago on Brophy our live hog is every tew to to attend the Simpson entertainment of the League at the E. church was a John was at Booae this week and can get a Brst shave day or night at Fleetwood Barber 6hop. ties and com ing are the topics tor discussion just F. Lofstedt rei Tuesday from a short business trip to of and of were in our of was visiting friends in and Ellis was at the lakes fishing part of the wet and at tha state U. fnd Tom and Coral made an overland trip to Perry George Harvey from Grand Junction visited friends in Rippey last Satur Rosa Snook visited friends in R returning to her home in Grand Junction has but two Miss Nicolas having removed Her stock of goods to last Ijou Smith who has been staying in Grand Junction for some returned home the window out of the Billiard and why did the broken glass tall out instead of in the build the fly is b less in if not in ability to gft a l kinds of K who has been visiting at the home of her west of to Dea the of the ial I is a safe institution w th 1 to entrust Adelade Nichols has moved her sUx k to Lin Iowa We wish her success in new am not ge ting as much corn tier as they falling short from 10 to 20 bushels per C E. in town a few days on he having U. D. forty acres near d audience Messrs Wilfox Banson at the hall evening of both aiea were well departed Monday for New York whither she was called by the of her Mr. Leake to Des Lovejoy and Wilson were in town Monday on their way to Cooper where they weiC from a republican stand small ala Cuban the oti er night up town h the same results as occur in the fights on that merchants are vying with each other as to who can sell kerosene the prices we can get along without thf sun. moon or so far as light is Nellie Johnson started to where she will attend the State League convention also will visit Mrs. of Dr. J. H of Friday night waa printed as usual and sent to Rippey at the regular leaving the on the same train as it does each but the failed to reach Rippey until Monday fault must have been with the agenta on the train or the post master at where the papers are The delay was quite vexations to our readers and it it occurs the will be presented to the postal for postmaster at as well as the of Tbb should not be blamed for their Saturday night was an unusually buoy one to our until a late hoar fully twenty being on the street at 9 The fanners are taking advantage of splendid weather to store away their and wait until night before cooling to town to do their the latest thing in the line of amusement that has struck and for day or two we dreaded to pass along the street for fear of seeing from one to six of the fiendish little instruments leveled at os the first opportunity to ourselves as see republican rally here Thursday at the hall was one of the most gatherings of the kind ever held in the I he hall was packed full and the speakers Messrs. Mahlon Head and spoke toa most attentive audience of all desiring to hear the political issues in a fair from a business man's i he meeting will result in an increase in the republican vote of the half past o'clock last Tuesday morning our quiet little town was startled by the cry of fire which was soon discovered to be in the third story ot the Rippey House in the southeast Fortunately it had not gained any headway and by the prompt response ot the bucket brigade the flames were soon How the fire smarted is a as there is no stove in the room and no chimney in that part of the The frequency with which break out on the north side of the in that block is aggravating as well as Nellie Johnson issued cards of invitation to a number of society young gentlemen and their ladies for a Fago parly to be ut her home Friday Miss Nellie waa entertaining by the Misses Hallingby and Several of vocal and instrumental music were after which refreshments were At a hour the guests expressing to their words of for their pleasant As each a tiny bunch of fagots tied with dainty was presented them as souvenirs of the Messrs. John and Man and Will Burk and W. S. with the Misses Lillie Ada and Ida Cora Marguerite and Mrs. were those privileged to O. P. returned Wednesday morning fiom Perry Peterson is visiting at the home of her E. A. d Mrs. J W. were business visitors Rena Morris left Tuesday afternoon for Des to attend the Christian avor Louis Curtis returned home Saturday Bear Giove where she has this Naylor leaves Thursday for where she will spend several days visiting and M. KELLEY has just received a new stock he is selling at the LOWEST and Forget the M. Old some choice bargains of land to this some ot which appear miles from 4 miles from i j miles from 240 near 40 3 miles from farms are well improved and are for sale on easy We have money to loan on Ten Vears time at from Six to Seven Per Cent. rent and take care of farms for parties desiring at an d See C. M. INSTRUCTOR and South of Have Opened a Coal Miles South of on land adjoining the Buckeye Our coal is It a Nut Sale by IRWIN HARMON Rippey L. Palmer was in Chicago this T. J. Rice left Tuesday for Dr. Kester was a Grand Junction visitor Bradshaw came in from the best in town go to Frank and Mrs. 0. W. Biggs drove to Jefferson Kloss rode to the Junction on his wheel last A. Rowles of was doing business here White returned Tuesday from a business trip in F. Thompson spent Sunday in a guest of our clubbing Where can you get cheaper papers that immense line blankets and flannels just received at Wahl Rowles of visited with her little friends over Cookingham entertained friends at tea Tuesday H. H. Smith is in Gowrie this week with her daughter Mrs and Glen Smith were over night visitors at Gowrie Wednesday Rebecca Wise visited with friends in Grand Junction and Dana last Gamble returned to her home in Burton county Wednesday one should plan to attend the entertainment at the M. E. church Nov. 8. B. Will replenished his stock in the notion line last and Martin was up here the middle of the week looking after his pastoral Caldwell of Des visited at the Cookingham a few days of last and Mrs. G. W. Hickerson returned hist week irom a visit with friends at McGloughlin of spent with his unc es L. L. Palmer and Harvey Erickson call especial attention of their tine line of heating Ridenour returned Tuesday evening from a two w eeks visit with friends in Cedar c the popular is hine this Watch these columns for his luture Mrs. Highly and Jessie Wise drove In Wednesday to visit the hitter's t ister Mrs. Dr Hanger went to Das Moines mom ng to visit a few days and the and Mrs. Shuw drove to Grand morning to attend the M. E. quarterly Nellie Odell and Mrs. returned Monday from a pleasant visit with friends at J Erickson received a half oar load of Ottawa wagons this It will pay you to see them before W. W. an s 'n Kdg Samuel Hanger the state Y. F. S C. E. convention at Dei Moines this I. O. G T. will an at their meeting I Every should be Wise went to Cedar county last week for a visit with after which he contemplati s a trip to Sr. had the misfortune to lose his driving horse last It took sick after a hard drive to ladies of the church gave Rn interesting profitable oyster supper and social at opera house Friday R. S. Woody and his better half went to Dana on morning train to spend the day with the A Rowles operates the engine at the elevator for Smith Son They are shelling and shipping about nine cars of coru per of negroes and Americans under the name of the Afro-American Coo Coo quartet held forth at the opera house Friday and Saturday of hist and Mrs. C. P. Walker returned Tuesday from their two weeks visit in C. P. a very outlook in that country so far as crops are Hattie Cookingham went Thursday morning to Marshalltown as a delegate to the convention of From theie will po to Cedar Falls for a short visit with E. M. state Supt. of Juvenile Temples 1. O. G T. lectured at the M. E. Monday and Tuesday of this after which she organized a Juvenile Smith is not only a rustler in the grain business but he is not slow when it comes to This year he had forty acres of oats which averaged eighty-seven bushels to the acre and he has seventy acres of which is averaging over bushel per acre by weight and some of it making above eighty Read There will be an entertainment at the Methodist church Friday evening November 8. It will ba illustrated by finest tet of dissolving views ever brought to four hundred views to select and will be interspersed with music from the guitar and by a specialist in that Everyone should plan to as it will be a rare Popular Saturday being the tenth birthday of Lillian neatly printed cards of invitation were issued to about twenty of her little friends to come and help celebrate the event from one to four p. m. Invitations were also issued to her her Sunday school teacher Mrs. 0. P. and Mrs. who were invited to come earlier and partake of the birthday quantity and quality of which is amply able to testify from actual It was enough to make one sigh for a frequency of tenth At one o'clock the company arrived bringing with n nice rocking chair and a beautiful little Many other handsome were also After a short literary and musical furnished by the little folks themselves the remainder of the afternoon was spent in merry games dear to hearts of and then were served which each took their departure wishing Lillian many each happy Democrats this fall we have the K. C. Latta has been through the daily of all the county conventions and the representative nominees of both He filled bis republican list all right but failed to get returns trom the He then sent to the democratic to have his list comple ed and they unable to give a complete list owing to the fact that in some counties they hnd not put out any ticket at Verily the democrat exceeding shy and the are not full of to Elmer Oct. 27th a school closed last Friday with a large of friends and Jessie Custer ot Jeffers m. with Miss Wright also Miss Ida McDonald of the same place enjoyed same period of time at the Vipand meetings at the closed Friday the last four weeks and seven united with the church last it is expected two or three more Mill next O. G. of a delegate to the Christian Endeavor ra n up evening to see his R. Snyder and F. I. latter accompanied him back to Des as a delegate of the Dana Endeavor say that last Monday there was a great commotion after the mail was that the democrat side show on eight of the New Era caused lots of and that wo had a regular side show that people were running here and the article to and that Bro. had better take another good slumber Hnd be atJe to do jumping jim this That we have made up our mind that a good sleep is just tiie thing writing a good That we have had our nap and are to wake up eaday and vote the straight husking is all th - belonging to Dr. died last Fitzsimmons has added to his nts by putting up new Rice has rented the Lawton now occupied by Lewis for next he fields where corn recently look very nearly as bare as it they all dry is hard on the wells and what is is that the weils n toe ot what formerly are all running the and Mrs. of Audubon have been visiting at the home ot the p Mr. and Mrs. Kreamer are brother and P. A. Greene county's next representative in the was shaking hands with old Is and former neighbors in this vicinity Mr. Smith owned and lived on the John's farm north of and has many warm friends in this of political who will gladly support him for the M morning at lo school every rning at ID services witli class meeting at ii o'clock a. m. Ep. alternating with preaching Every Sunday 8 o'clock p. m. You are cordially invited to U. CHURCH OF every Sunday at lo o'clock m. Preaching every alternate Sunday at ij and 8 o'clock p.m. every Sunday at 7 p. m. You aie cordially lu LODGE I. O. O. G. N. R. Phil P. Saturday ally V. members A. F. A. 439.L. L. W. A. C. S. J. M. K. C. sec. Meets on or before tuu Visiting members cordially G. T. PATON No. 339Meets first and third Tuesday of every in Odd Fellows Visiting members invited to W. C. Harry P. C. T. Nellie V. T Matilda C. Jessie R. S. Hattie F. Helen Jay William Dry have added also a fresh stock or GROCERIES which will be iold and Eggs taken in to Promote the of Pat and Northeast Editor agd all to be ior job work with W. p. or Bt the Drug R. 1. ft P. AT pk and a. and p. H A. a full stock of DRY BOOTS and in fact we ran supply you in anything you Exchanged for bundle Best on land and White SOLICIT A SHARE OP H. Notary H. Cashier Farmers Roberts Choice Well Improved for Sale from to per Land Shown Fr e ( f pe and Fitre to 911HM 01 i Acres close to taken i o State Greene County State and H carry nil kinds of Farm and are prepared to 6gure your hardware if you intend to Si and see our now stock PRICES ARK VERY We have n the Lino of WALL I-A PER to ever before show in Phebe Music C. lumber Material of All H. SMITH AND DEALERS IN of B. in and I - W. Cigars and Temperance W. Attended Day or IN ROOM OVER DRUG Delia New of Shapes and TRIMMING A PRICES ALWAYS THE Side Main First Door South of Smith A hardware
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