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Rippey Reporter (Newspaper) - November 9, 1895, Rippey, Iowa and of BT SPECIAL all to be and orden at the Commercial Baak with JOHNSON ot Tte Lift IfK Fint V. Third V. Fourth V. every Sunday at 6-30 m Literary program rendered the last in -each p. P S. C. Christ and the ' - C. Grace OF meetings every Sunday evening at 6*30. R. I. A P. AT 9:00a. 1:50 p. 6;59 p. 9a> p. 1:50 p. Mo. 8:sS a. sold and checked tn all the U. S. if two days E. C. AXO A. Bank prepared to transact a banking Interest allowed on time Money loaned and at current We make a specialty of sale notes and Patronage is Berrian wai in town day off in in on Mattha Cooper went to Boone last B. Mecam of in town dance was not a financial again great deal of paint it being of wae doing business here Mary Murphy is visiting at thia Pearl Gilliland of was in town over with the usual pair ot since our W. E. Jenison visited the Rippey schools Inst new charch at Dawson Iowa wilLbe dedicated a short last week with her friend Mrs. F. Free and were in Boone The drove across 0. L. Ferguson and help is in great demand and wages are There is still a great deal ot corn Della McCrory is visiting at the Ridle home this the guest of Miss Maud A. J. Stoufer has gone to Ida county on a business He will be away most of the J. E. Dodge was here Monday and juryman for the next term of F. Brown and Miss Maggie enjoyed a visit at the L.C. joy last understand that Chauncy Wajmer has sold hifi interest in the Ferguson Meat market to Joe F. Osborn and and 0. Harmon and wife enjoyed an overland trip to Grand Junction last affliction to job hai 2 verse 7) a goodly oar citizens Herman came up from Valley Junction last Monday evening to spend a tew days with her mr thcr and other relatives in and returned to their home last Monday alier Bradley and The Misi Hand Cochrane and Ridia were alao being living one and half miles north of Dawson Nov. 1, 1896, aged 12 and 7 wim held at the honee on Sunday Nov. 8. Rev. 8.8. Eslick The remains wen laid to reat in the Keisey and Mrs. the of many in and Dallas Reading Circle ina moet delightfully A. P. Oil liland at her hone last evening elegant by the hot teas and very much enjoyed by the It being a almost the entire evening was in a very much enjoyed by were Kreamer Mn J. E. Rhorer entertained a number of lady friends at a quilting party last Dinper very enjoyable part of waa served at noon well M a and talk the feat which the of say they are totally unable to vote on township officers in Washington township was as M. 66 or TRS W. 60 B. the Only Thing That Will Keep Your Hands in Shape to Husk Corn This TRY A BOTTLE and be Per COAL Miles South of per ton Nut per Pea per for al days the home of and Mrs. Corbett and would only come to too they would allowed to do battle to a We are peaceable and guarantee no Halsey Crumley and children returned last week from where they had been quite an visit at the home of Mrs. s above are prices Call and see o I am having a much larger trade Chapped than ever before and while it to the best thing for Chapped and yet I do push it and am equally pleased to furnish any of the many different things used to cure and of which I keep Large and Harmon and just received new winter a and complete line of liats and all of the very Call and get Sci anton Journal a a number of copies camo to thia if our elect hadn't better run a daily ibis winter from tbe state who baa b the typhoid f. ver p itie its at north east of Rippey returned honie last Aa last one of the children a Kirl about 12 yeara bad taken a and is very near and Mrs. Holmes a small company of at their labt the occasion the first anniversary of their A very pleasant time had by these prt who were Mr. and Sam Mr. and J. Eva Mo Cool and Anna Bryan un i C entertained the young lad ea of her music at her home last Sue waa by her sister Miss and were the Several fine of music being rendered by Misses Cochrane and the After which the d in tbn room around tables lad with thu cho sest in the early ull for the afternoon of inviti d weie Alis es the skunk a dangerous 1 say remarked B. P. of St. the other know very many people will be surprised at the but there is one species of unpopular tribe that ia as much to be dreaded as a as I learned one year while sojourning in western One in midsummer a party of us were camping out on of Llano we awakened by the screams of a colored boy who had been taken to for the He said that had bitten and showed that Ids head waa There was of a in the there was no doubt that it had done the The is a few later the boy died a most I death of I learned it was not araro the bite 0-: those miserable little to the and several well cases of it occurred before I left the Somo think hydrophobia finds its in these Cry M. KELLEY has just received a new stock he is selling LOWEST the and Dairy Supplies Don't Forget the M. Old some choice bargains of land to offer this some ol which appear miles from 160 4 miles from 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 Years time at from Six to Seven Per Cent. rent and take care of farms for parties desiring at and See C. M. and South of Have Opened a Coal Miles South of on land adjoining the Buckeye Our coal ia It a Nut Sale by IRWIN HARMON Rippey E. D. Batter wat a iMt P. Walker and wife were H. H. Smith from Gowrie A. B. was a for W. Wilcox wu oar T. is to hit of diy goods thiM Jr. and drove to to the county seat A. Rowlee and drove up Dana Monday Grant our popular bank clerk at Jefferson with his and Alberta Jester each closed a fall term of school last Jennie and Emma Jester visited at the capital this W. M. new i hit He wants your H. Smith went to Chicago the arst of he week but cadie back in time to 0. Harris went to Wednesday taking returns of Nellie Odell and sister Mrs. Hinton visited friends in the Junction off very most every one is satisfied with the carriage painting and wood work at reasonable rates call on S. Patterson calls your to some facts in another Read his new passed off with its usual but very little damage was done to a number of Dana young people up Tuesday evening to attend the Hill ladies of the society had a quilt ng at Mrs. Joel Shaw's Wednesday and W. R. Martia of Grand were calling on Paton friends ft Edgerton are having some neat letter heads put out at office this Minnie and May Paterson of weie visiting with Paton friends a pie of days this W. Crowder has just finished putting in a commodious cellar under his residence and place of W. E. Hill Rave an and suggestive temperance at the Methodist church Tuesday at their meeting evening appointed O. B. Scribbling marshal tor the ensuing IL Phelan of tip Saturday and some of the De Havent property which had been arid of nnd Mrs. of Ft. visited over Sunday at the W. W. have a pouch on the morning and evening trains now which is a great to and Circle will meet at the of A. C. Harris this member should be Lauver left Thursday for St where he will enter the medical We our wishes for a successful Iva and Susie of Grand Junction and Miss Alice of Valley visited with Dr. Kester Saturday the Methodists will have one service every alternating morning and the services beginning next aie putting up new cribs in the old ball park to about 50,000 bushels of Several of our citizens are cribbing corn many friends of Shaw are to see her back in Paton She returned Monday from county where she has been teaching this Patterson was at home a couple of days and took time to hands wi h some of his Paton before He travels for the Stock Food an error of the printer the local nt Dr. Humphrey's was omitted last Bot he will be here at Dr. office every Thursday prepared to do ail kinds of dental work and don't you forget will be ft Bird social at the Presbyterian church Tuesday Nov. 12. A nice little will be rendered after wh ch refreshments will be served in the church Everybody is cordially invited to ate lecturer G. W. E. Hill was in attendance at the 1.0. G. T. lodge this week lending enthusiasm and advice to help tbe work Some new members were new method on programs was adopted and were elected to the District convention at Grand Junction vote cast at Futon was as republican 129, democratic 30, populist 6, prohibition 5, republicans casting almost 75 per of the entire precinct can beat Quite a number were deterred from voting in the evening on ot the rain or the per would have been number of our young latjies and gentlemen arranged last week for a hallo we en the said ladies to hide and the said young gentlemen to find them before a certain time or furnish supper for tbe hiders in At an early in the evening the ladies mysteriously disappeared from ihe familiar haunts of ion and hid themselves away in the innermost recesses of a cornfield where they successfully eluded tbe deluded swains until after tbe appointed time when all joyfully wended their way Saturday evening the aforementioned supper was given at the pleasant country home of with a few invited friends they all repaired and spent a very pleasant and enjoyable evening Thase permitted to ( be present were Messrs. Jay Med Herbert Sam and Harry Hom Van John Gordinier and Misses Ethel Mabel Ida Lucy Bertha Mury Silvia inde Is the class in the Alger seme of this week on of to school again He walks on W. a Martin visited us Wednesday A hearty aU of are the room next Mte Matel one of the tenth has absent from place In the room for the past two to In the for the which la to be held In Orand Juvenile Dr. were visitors last of the third room are new very the the of and P. Uttor Mi all to fcr Job with W. P. or M Orne R. L ft P. AT lise a. 4:14 p. 10:33 a. ami If yon would resist typhoid and coughs and These ills attack the weak and run down They can find no foothold where tbe blood is kept rich and full of the appetite good and digestion with Hood's one true blood Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner digestion cure 25cts. my farm in Greenbrier a five year old sorrel white face and white Owner can have the same by identifying the same and paying for this W. M. H. A. a full stock of DRT BOOTS and in fact we can supply you in anything you Exchanged for handle Best on Garland and White Minnesota SOLICIT A SHARE OP we gave bsr die waa a aiie tor When rite to she had M. E. school Sunday morning at lo Preaching class meeting at II o'clock n. in. Ep. worth with services Erery 8 o'clock p. m. Von are lo K. CHURCH OF every nt lo o'clock nt every Sunday al ii o'clock a.m. and 8 p.m. every Sunday 7 P. m. cordially invited to H. Notary H. Cuhier Farmen LODGE I. O. O. G. W. V. H. R. Phil P. A. treas. Meet every Saturday Visiting members A. F. A. W. A. C. W. J. M. K. C. first on or ing members cordially O. G. T. PATON No. and third Tuesday of every in Odd Fellows Visiting cordially invited lo W. P. C. Harry P. C. Nellie V. T Matilda C. K. Haltie K. Helen Jay Ethel William n. horseshoeing and all kinds of plow Carriage painting and repairing and all kinds of hard wood work at reasonable R Dry have added a fresh stock o ' GROCERIES which will be Kold and Eggs taken in Phebe C. aton lumber Material of All H. SMITH AND DEALERS IN of Choice Well for Sale from SOO to l-W per Land Showa Kroe and Fare to KM 0111 Acres close to taken lo loua State Dm Greene County State and carry sill ot and ai H prepared to your hardware if you iniend to and Bce our new slock VEItT We have n Line of wall SAMPLES to from ever show in B. and - W. Cigars and Temperance I. do not claim to be one best but if you employ me to cry sale yuu will be convinced that I am your style of an having lived all my life on a I claim to b. a judge of and Satisfaction oa any pan guaranteed or no If you are having spell of the come out and hear me and be my terms and fix dates with Thb Churdan The Grand Junction New Era or I. Day or IN ROOM OVER DRUG Delia Shapes and A PRICES ALWAYS TOE Side Main First Door South of Smith A ware
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