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Troy Star (Newspaper) - May 3, 1894, Troy, Illinois and for the J Beautiful rain Hot few May day was n o t ball supplies at Straw hats and caps at j N For bargains in boots shoes to John has had his delivery wagon m mm i u larry Sialer visited his best girl At Anew roof in being put on the Baptist church Order your screen doors and of Buy a lot of Peter aud build a Cheap and Osborn has left for Up per Alton to spend You can buy groceries at a bar gain by calling on Agent has purchased a horse aud a handsome Louis Kurth and children re turned to after a flew was home by her Annie thai Buffalo has again made his camp in and at all hours of 4the day and you can hear his Indian war George editor of the was over and spent the day with his and Louis George is a hard aud understands how to get up a newsy ville king of corn for warts and Soothing while A simple that softens the corn and causes it to drop 25 Rich ard him for A voting whose name we do not wish to created consid erable noise Tuesday Jt has been the of the people of that time whether or not he is a cross between a screech owl and a The new fixtures for new saloon have been be a picnic at the Smart next Give your orders for painting to Felix Droll Co the Keown of js Mr and Wm AH kinds of hauling bv Give him a call election is thauk the dairy business still goes A large line of white goods at The Troy Driving Park Associa tion met Saturday and v Lots for of the school Buy that the pho leaves Monday Order bats are in If you wish see the large stock at Misses Mary aud Amelia Schultze Of visited Grandpa better known as Big shipped a pair of Ches ter Whites which ofex to his father in Leaven worth as a These bogs cost aud were bought of Louis the well known stock dealer of If anyone should wish this call on George of this and Mary Smith of were united in Thursday the home of the brides Smith is a popular lady of West while Kiesel is a promi nent young merchant of The STAR extends E representative of the Helvetia Milk Condensing in city Thursday and took several orders for the cele Highland Cond Those who deal in this farfamed article are William Droll and George Lleb Thin cream has a world reputa being shipped to many foreign The finest photographs for per by Opposite Presby terian The flour mills shut down Satur day a in order do Rome general Henry of Col were guests of and Albert Subscribe for the and weekly i i you wish to save money in buy ing apw is the time yon can do BO at Henry Peters and daughter and of attend ed the Peters funeral Jar ot the Chester police is in the visiting and will Have photographs taken now the who has his Apposite the A the saloon Tlic trial for disturbing a religious which warrants were issued last week against Fritz Schu Fritz and i place James Jarvis court Tuesday The court room was filled with Seoles sou pleaded guilty the night and paid his Fritz Schnler was fined and amounting to Fritz Schmidt was fined Take For teachers will be held at the High School in Ed April June June August In Highland April In Upper Alton May An average of 90 with t no branch below 80 is required for first and an average of 80 with qp branch below 70 for second Our rule in regard to individual examinations has given general satis faction aud it will be strictly enforc If von want a certificate you must appear at ope of the Regular public examinations average of 86 qr more will be renewed mailed to this office before date of outstanding will be renewed upon presentation of certificates frAm Manager of Illinois that the work the torrent year has been satisfactorily Circle questions Will bfr for will be held June School Ends Good The school childrep Af ter eight of liard work they are now ready for annual vaca which will lawt four The work done by year ia a great credit to of The four lower he pupils this to as also his able corps ms celebrated the event on Monday afternoon ifa their respective with Commencement ex were held afternoon at Rieders opera at 2 in which the ing class of 94 and rooms 5 and 6 to k A large audience was and all wero well pleased with The program was as of Nellie I V Value of Good Read in Grace y Suf e Welcome 1 X Girls of the Nineteenth Mamie Nei X uie i vs Presentation of Di The average attendance for the year was as follows with 85 with 58 pu pils 41 pupils 41 pupils 20 28 Total aver ige attendance 204 total There a kueper in Collius close to Cor who has a big reputation as man who misrepresents most and does not consider anything to gain bis Several good citizens of have warned by this other men in relation to giving Now it turns out that this same man who has done all this dirty is the very man who has refused re to pay his own Should we have any respect for such men From Spring Valley it is Now please us two school one for the Big Is and one little Base The OFallon club came over Sun day aud defeated the of this by a score of 27 to It seemed as though the home boys were not in Pick and show you can play which you can do if you are more The of and a club from played an ex game at the Troy base ball park Sunday the score standing 7 to 2 in favor of Rumph and the local bat did some good The Scythe of An infant daughter of and Charles of died Sunday afternoon at 2 The funeral was conducted from the de pot the remains being interred at the Troy Peters was a resident of Troy for about eighteen Our sympathy is extended to the Mrs Lucy aged 80 died at her home in this Satur at 9 oclock The funeral ook place Monday morning to the Presbyterian to the Troy Stewart wad or many years respected resident and leaven a number ef tives to mourn her Phyllis is my only Sometimes sometimes Phyllis and April have points in common they BUT v S WE ARE ALWAYS THE AND i mi A Handful of Dollars ir SWill go along ways at John BRY GOODSA full Country Produce This space is w K
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