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Scandia Journal (Newspaper) - July 28, 1899, Scandia, Kansas REPUBLIC JULY Subscription Per Per Year If Not Paid In Advarice TJie is to announce that Hmiry SwaiiKon will be acaiidldate for Coiinly Treasurer subject to the action of the County Coleman was in Miss Katheriue Booze is worjdng on the Fredell came up from Concordia Harry from spent Sunday in was f ville Monday Ciulick spent the first of the week in Kansas Miss Maggie Eckler returned Friday evening from Pinney r to her at Mis Wealths Kid lor is spending few days witli friends at Lervold shelled out several thousand bushels of corn last Mattie Wesley is the1 new diningroom girl at the Miss Jennie returned to h M h tie itf D 31 James Kerr went to Bnrr Oak Saturday for a few days Webster left for their Kaisas City Tues Dalton lieaton attended of Belleville last Thuisday Milton Brownwill liye on the Rice four miles southwest of and Buchner Sunday to vis it Egg spent a couple of days this with Horkman of Soy of are spending a few days with Roy Riggins left Monday for Kansas City where he takes a po sition with his John Don Miss Emphrey Peterson of Chica who hasxbe0tir visiting friends and at left for her Bell to Belleville Monday to attend the meeting of the commissioners to consider the Scandia ditch Hqlm of Norway has just returned from a months va He reports a very pleasant Axel Anderson preached at the Mission church last Sunday evening and visited friends here first of the leaving for the Pacific Coast Tuesday Andersqn from visited friends and in Courtland township and Scandia several week He went to Lincoln Tuesday Walter Preble rode down from Narka on his Friday morn ing between two oclock and half past ijk had to stop a while in moon down and day and Claud Clark from have been spend ing several days at G L Whites They are on their way to Clark is niece of White and Clark is a cousin Carlson of Enter visited friends near Courtland and Scandia a couple of this Carlson was the pastor of the Swedish Mission church here last He left Tues day night for a seven weeks so journ on the Pacific Stoy Ware spent Sunday in Bulkley went to Clay Center Monday Weislogel and family spent Sunday with friends south of Collett and children returned to their home in South An excellent likeness of County Miss Lucy How who has filled the office with such success that many people waiit her to accepta third Lost a While traveling with the steam July Waggoner of put his hand between the spokes of the large drive Wheel to turn a Jhe motion of the brought his hand into some large cogs where it was badly He was once taken to James town for medical It Was found that the hand and wrist had to be His wife went to him as soon as she learned of the The farnily has the sympathy of the entire community in their Waggoner had leased the threshing outfit of the Larson Brothers and was his day of running it The7 accident happened about four Correspondents Contest The contest which has been go ing on among the JOURNALS coun try correspondents closes this week Berriice from District 4H gets first place and the ten dollar gold with 320 points to her She has not missed a week during the entire nor has William Here and who takes sec ond place and the with 25 to the The JOURNAL hopes all those who have been acting as correspondents wjll enter the contest for next particulars of which are given else A Good Abqut thirtyfive people spent a very pleasant evening and Charley Anderson Saturday Light refreshments were1 served and a moonlight good time which lasted late into the As one young lady said she knew she got home before County Comffiissionersr were in session here con sidering the ditch Ilieyjnade ho definite except to resolve that the ditch must go The Missouri Pacific made a claiin for damages in case the ditch is put Bene fits will be assessed as far south as the Smith boys farm in Norway It is reported that John Down ing will be a candidate for sheriff on the Populist ticket this If we are to have a Populist the JOURNAL knows of who would niake a better Beames cow drank two and a half gallons of Tues No evil effect on the cow but shows the of trying to the Colley Doak went to 1 MOWER Is everything that its name in It is su perior to any other machine on market We alsohandle AVERY Come in and see OSCAR OLSON i gathered It Cooper has a stalk of COKII in the which he near the Rack measures fully fourteen feet n height and has two well developed ears at least eight feet from the Wlio can beat it And by the theres an opening here this fall for fac The farmers will need them in their tt Republic countys share of the state tax this year is 38 counties in the state pay At the corner Kansas Avenue and Fourth there is a beau tiful place in wliich to bury a Somebody ought to utilize August Parker moves his office into the Bank of Scandia on the ground 30 2t A new wagon bridge is4to Ixe built across the Republican River just west of Sherdahl This is a luxury the people of the White Rock country have wanted for a long During the month since their last statement was made thedepos its at the Farmers and Merchats Bank have increased over and the cash on hand nearly How is that for a prosperity item The promenade in the rear of the JouRnal office has pop ular once more The JOURNAL has inside infor mation to the effect that that ffity dollars reward will soon be A man in town wants to know if preachers can be arrested for dis turbing the He says they preach so loud he cant rest Question respectfully referred to city At this writing the streets and very This IK the first time this but that does not make it any the less disa r Farmers do not come to town nowadays and stay all day1 as they once They come in either morning or do their trading and go A week or so ago some fellow started up a joint at The people there did not like it and told him but lie stayed air the Last Friday levening a par 4y his roost and stock of liquor out into the street and smashed the using the contents thereof to sprinkle the streets seem an ef fective way of closing It hits where it pocket MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD OF COUNTY COM OFFICE OF COUNTY July IKWI Board met pursuant to adjournment and proceeded to audit and allow the following claims a IS salary postage as health 27 Ki I A railroad fare for Lucy salary as H TC salary at poor 210 Kl I Y salary as H T C care of small pox lid is F guarding 1 Y postage and express 27 I C cash paid for repairing Id Kl F L salary as los Kl MrsHuddleson 2 do 5 lo do do McCnne family 1 PJ do do Mrs K5 do do Mead 1 is do Short 2 OH B S salary as 71 2s raft mdse for W S Swasey it kalsomlning court house and assessing Falrview town loo K R to tickets to Wis Lincoln care for M J K assessing Lincoln Kl no J K rare of H 7 yi J T salary as probate 17 50 C F assessing Scandia liii XI James meals for jury 7 I C as county survevor Mrs Elen labor at I Ki M supplies for Chicago Lumber Coal lumber tor 17 Ki A labor on county bridge 75 L Jl lumber and work on W K bridge T W labor at court house H D Lucy a fie and express mdse Sirs Ben Lucy post a fie and express F A oil for court B T postage and do salarv as count v attorney C uidsc forlVlcr C W Uulick Mer C W Gulick care of two Peter care of insane A SI mdse for do John T care of poor two Mrs E care of Howard mdse for Mrs Piirks do do Mrs Short do do do do do do Sloponsknv iVfrs Anna Bash a niont lis W mdse for court A house rent for State ual otttce T assessing Union B F assessing Belle v1llj A C work on enmity al lorncys OS labor al T A house iVnt for K Ro care of Mrs Short 1 A railroad put i J B two pn u per child ren Mrs R mdse for Mrs Mi rWesley cure SI no Stud livery mdse for Jllili of woman T Bush A imbe for Katie W W Evans mdse for small pox K A ieorjre assessing Liberty Sehiirelxer Ames for P assessing Elk IJreek W B M examiningsmall pox Frank asscssjiifi Klchland twp and Cuba Jos assessing Albion and Narka Tims Bool he erectlnfr tent for small POX Mary nry Hill examlnlnji Wm M assessing irant Nire of Andrew Johnson A B county J I do J C Humphrey do W PiiT t h ive iiiiin t li 8 a Id F L chfckliifj court A looking after Pierce nrcNe for Frank care of Allies Hurley helping more the pest The Hall oftlce do do TOO D Barnard do Saml Dodsworth fc do do do do I a 5 K CM 07 SI I Hi 00 ik IH in ati 111 1 HI X 1 X 2 li irt ix 22 111 5 id t 15 d 5 X SHI II 75 IH 15 01 i a mix 2 H i ar 12 K 5 HI 51 1 IX I K II H Id in H M IK la Hi IS ti Hi Id 5 no 1 1 50 11 5 nSTCV 127 HO la 70 20 20 75 102 Ml J M care of small pox Board then adjourned to meet at July INlNtr This is the first case on record of a rain on school meeting OFFICE OFCOrNTYCLKRK July 7th The Board met at iiersuant to with all nicjnherK pivsent anl the lowliifj J T cost In insane if 10 RB 51 care of Mrs l Kl B K niovliiK pest 5 Kl Carstenseii suppliesfor t7 25 care of A F Griin Jos care of II so B B postage and jury 12 20 M S care of Mrs ft 50 RT salary hire So do tl Just bridge H Ki three months Mrs Mat lie care of orplfan Kl A FarmiiiKton Kl Hammond ty iu Bert T roadman on grade K indseTor li XI Mrs Larson tt 00 do K do if 24 LO at Ins i2 iXI Jrane tfflce 83 Ki Hanrl Dodsworth supplies 2 5 do do 14 75 J T 50 J for I W H A oxuinlniiiK 12 A blue pencil mark across this space indicates that your subscription has ex F M care of destitute in K A do do Insane 4odard do do Hostetler mdse Mrs Rost1 Caswell house rent for Isaac care of Johanna A county A P fees in F in JohnDOC IT fees Uould case I Workmun witnessdo I R jurorclo Frank Short M Snyder Yowell do do do do do F N do do do do do do do do do do do do J T Lewis case Dr W B Hardy juror W Julian do W H Fulcomer do J K McCullough do Frank Bush do A Baldwin do F X J T Morris case I I witness do do v M witness fees do F N sheriff fees do II care of Mrs II T expense for R T cash for ISboron R T cash paid May K K service for F M Bush A mdse for Cune Belleville Water water for jail A C drayage and hauling W T mdse forcounty fnrm Belleville Telephone telephones llostetler oil for Dr W M reducing fracture for C M med servlcv at poor Fred C service P Hosteller A mdse for Mrs F T Cuthbertson laborand material on county Sam Dodsworth it countv sup Frank wolf A P fejes in Morris Case F N do do A W salary andmileage as county NaVBank of exchange A salary as commis sioner 204 75 1114 75 HI 14 lid 2d HI 2l HI a s5 1 MI 2 Sfi Ji 1 tfi J Hi 1 Id 1 00 l oo t 75 7 25 1 00 I 10 I 00 I 0 i on i oo 12 iO i 1 OH l TO I 50 i 20 15 rj 20 4 1 25 K5 ii 5 05 Is 00 2 5 00 14 15 as 5 II 10 25 I 01 I 00 U 15 Its a long but onr sympa thy is all with Eastman in the itlr district census supervisor Eastman is an old soldier and de serving of something at the hands of the Republican The state board of equalization raised the valuation of Republi county lands from to per Omaha Gas Lamp Almost Finest Thing Call and see ED At Uptodate WHEELERS IS FOR Ice jf Summer Cigars and Soda Water Pop Ice Cream Soda PhosPhates Lemonades Al I cooling For Hot
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