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   Cudahy Times, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1894, Cudahy, Wisconsin                                JlCi v c Devoted to the Vicinity. PET HINTS FOR OUR dflZEHS. i The little Town Of Cudaliy Needs a Boost. THERE IS A DEPLORABLE 1 LACK OF INTEREST. Your Town's Welfare fleans Yours. N uineVous are the kicks about the lack of conveniences in our little town. One wants a schoolhouse, another a theatre train, and the howl coming last but by no means least is from the man who wants street-crossings. Walking on a muddy day is, indeed, something to be dreaded and past experiences are but shadows of coming events ,Ve need  V J.J.J. v discussion. The school-house ques- tion is another one we would like to hear opinions on. Watch the date of March .U. J. lie LlLctil j J- 'i-i i the -udden ppearaiue or Heiirv j Bl le Kaith Schneider i- yet to he touiid Shipments of were reined I A FEW JOTTINGS FROfl FERN- I by Cudahy Bro-. Co. iroin the fol-j WOOD. 1 lowing parties this week B F Headinaton A: Decorah i Iowa Lee er Prentice Centervdle I? D H C Hex -er Co Pi 'DuSao WLS. C .lataer. Sank H. Helloi V> avniakee 'L> B Biunson renmmore. Wi- Mr. Ostrom has Commenced to Where, oh, where it, the Cudahy Times. That bright and interesting sheet has'nt put in an appearance on our table for several weeks past. Come, Mac, braze up, or we will have to exchange with the Whitefish Bay MILWAU- KEE JOURNL. We can't do it friend Miner, cause v.-e're shy a foundry in this town, but we're sorry that your pos- tal service is no better for we'd hate to see you do so desperate a deed as the one mentioned. The little To khorn" school is Thomp- son" school" is too far away to be considered. Many of our citizens who live north of Layton' avenue refrain from sending their children to the Buck- horn school for fear of causing ill- feeling on the part of those who are of the Buckhorn district. and consequently, rather than oblige them to walk so long a distance the children are allowed to stay at home. Now this is a pretty state of affairs to exist in an enlightened com- munity, when a little earnest work and honest endeavor would set things right. It is not as though we did not realize the worth of edu- cational advantages, for who among us does not want to see their chil- dren educated Poultry. Poultry Live chickens per Ib. 7 Qe; turkeys, 6-8c, per 3 oO 00; choice large Northern up to 4.50; geese per doz, 6.25 6 50: for Southern and up to 7 50 for choice large Northern. Ducks 8 9o. Dressed chickens, 8-10c: geese 7_9c; ducks, 10-llc; Sc Dairy Markets. gutter Fresh made creamery, choice to fancy, per Ib, limitation, held and inferior to good do, fresh dairy, good to choice selections do, fresh lines do. fresh roll, packing stock do, it Full cream flats, per Ib, Cheddars, 12c: The of chief mourner- i- too long tor publication It be easier to give a list ot nonimc re-ted beloie the resident- of Tow n Lak n the firming tool- a< X ('o iiiiadt Y iv. i" Ui onomow ot' i nd Londuii Luek, Wi- ,n M.u-hjll Diuc W'- W it< h thr dalo of Mai oh 31. Mt Pablo who ha- boon ill for -nine tiuK1 i- improving. June spent Wa-lnnLtin b biithduv with in mkoo Patru Tho Chicago Inter Ocean, that great Republican newspaper, has not suffered by the recent era of financial depression but has gone right along adding to its founda- tion large and substan- tial a stride that under the circumstances is truly wonderful AI one time additions to the snh-eiiption list were coni- ng at the r.ite of 800 to per for the daily issue, and ao high per day for the Weekly Ml T _ _ _ 11. 4- m a -It! Dewlon, a book ngont, the Mllauo durmc. the Itch i- P Kiuni- gage Young America brick, choice choice do, Hie; Swiss do, 12-12, c Per doz, 161-17c, loss-oft. cases' returned, for held and fresh for cold-storage and He for pickled. atih the date oi n The norihtni li_nt- wre Limi-n- cdh hrill ant on the tiling oi Wa-hington'- luithd u D in tin'- paptr how to wt Fan View- which he boaaht at the -ame time From the time he became his ow n master he became in hi-' methods. The money went as it came ami ai UK iiu oi the year the rent was unpaid. Since then he paicha-tru Fi has been borrowing promibc uou-n and Monday he left for -'pasture Loui- Eh kit en- new Mr put an attach- to leplacc by the b done that h w _ -form Th( in ton i la-i I i .1 h pl.'tc j broker Anb Bi-hop and Mirr Zieiiennei aa exumiiia- tinii ot -tudenu- ai tlie Seminary The Ho Father S M cr on the -n k h-t for nm Umo improving. He lu' 1 .in opeiation perfoinvd on hi- ncuk Wodm-dav the date oi Maith -51 Fi.u SOLTH BOT'NO j i m. p 'n 41 i m. "50 a 70 '4 12 p.m Dnlv -JORT.H BOUVD. fl m 1.5.1 m 47 1 m 17 p.ni >Sd m. Oii.ui p m {5 00 p m. tDuly iv oiilv, Aiidcnly to le.vw shoulders, doxed, All Democratic caucuses in Mil. middles, I Waukee County be held on March IP th Hay, Straw and Seeds. Good choice upland 7 50 per ton on track; inferior to fair No. 1 timothy do, 9 No 2 do, 800 00; clever and mixed do, 6.00 Wisconsin 5 Oats, per ton, on track One must needs feel rather cheap g 5Q__6 00 ry e do, 6 50- 00 ad when he sees from 12 to 15 children board the train to attend school at St Francis, and realize that the fact that they cannot go to school here is partly owing to the lack ol interest in the matter. This is a subject to which a large amount of hard study- is due, and which to be properly bandied, require the untiring efforts of all the energetic men and women in Cudahy. To come baclf to cross-walks, the question dnty is it to lay them, the original platters of the diflerent subdivisions or the present owners of lots If neither of them are responsible for the lack of cross-walks we will never see a cross-walk till the town is incorporated, and if so, let us have incorporation before the great spring thaws. Now ring in that old chestnut and refer South Milwaukee as an ex- ample of the disasterous results of incorporation. We don't want to iBCOiporate for the sake of having waterworks jmd electric lights. It's cross-walks we want I Cross-walks and a license on pool-tables. We could then indulge in a vil- lage marshal who could attend a doK-fijibt With true official decorum, to U that the authorities __ wheat do, Steady; receipts moderate. Seeds Clover, common to choice, per bushel from first hands, 4 5 55 per central, 2o timothy, common to choice, per bushel per central, 3 .0 4 20. Jobbing prices, 5.50 o per bushel for lair to choice clover and 1.85 2 00 for timothy. Watch the date of March 31 LIST OF PATENTS. of patent- grantf Order iob pimLmg for 1894. The ofli< e plate to it i- ai 011- ihi- vseek, n ported i Ol op- The Republican caucuses be held on March 17 th. A large heating stove. beer placed in the Methodist church H JI i 1 J L' barn is near- j Green, oven W Gut< n- ing completion i ktinst Milwaukee v u Charlie Kimnach, m Milwau- man and J I kee on important buvines MO by I A  ,n< h thi u Ut M n eh tL tt. u tPin_ n i toigi ttiLu: hieajiu nrw-oipt r- trone intti m i' 'i L'li-i i-r m 50 WORLD'S FAIR VIEWS FREE. 1 The i'oi Ki i ha- re.u li- P f 
                            

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