September 20 1907



JR Adams, furs

JW Woodward, stove or range

JJ Ford, agent, Union Pacific ($25 to California)

*see previous issue for reoccurring ads from Drs James, Eye, Wiseman, Aplin, and various others. *



The Mrs J M Truex residence on South Main street has been sold to M R Powell.

Charley Chance is down from Beloit.

Mrs Anna Eastman of Andale, Kas, is here visiting her mother, Mrs Scranton.

Mr & Mrs Geo Varney were here from Jewell City, visiting relatives.

Mrs Anna Munch died at the home of her son, John Stauffer on Wednesday from injuries from a fall. She was past 80 and of heavy weight. Fractured bone in her right hip and internal injuries. Funeral at Stauffer home east of town, burial at Delphos Cem.

HC Wones has stored his household goods and taken his wife and baby to Salina to visit with friends. (in 1905 census she is Martha)

Mrs J M Truex left for Salt Lake City, Utah, Tuesday morning to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs Swayne.

Mr & Mrs Geo Billings who have been spending the summer in the North and the West are expected to arrive home from Colorado tomorrow evening.

Wil Warsop went to Beloit yesterday.

A new 8 room house is to be built on the Corell farm west of town.

Ed Holtz is taking a short vacation from Adams store and Monday left for Marquette to visit his parents.

A base ball slipped out of Joe Knune's hands and hit Frank Jacobs on the head. Frank has had a head as big as a bucket for a few days.

Get your glasses at Sargent's.

The case of the City of Delphos vs Emma Corell was argued Wednesday. Mrs Corell was fined for having a wooden porch built to the rear of the Commercial Hotel.


The Brown Grand Theater at Concordia has been completed. Built by Col. N B Brown, it will be managed by his son, E V D Brown. Building and furnishing, exclusive of the site, exceeds $40,000. The building is 60 by 120 feet and 64 feet in height.


JM Hare shipped a car load of cattle to Kansas City Tuesday.

Mr & Mrs W J Chance are here from Illinois visiting relatives.

Mrs J M Hare left for Iowa Monday, where she will visit relatives.

A baby boy was born to Mr & Mrs Geo. Wright, Sunday Sept 15th. (1910 census, George born to George and Jane, Minneapolis)

WH Barker Sr, is ill and confined to home.

A baby boy was born to Mr & Mrs F B Partridge on Sunday, Sept 15th. (1910 census shows Harry to Frederick and Mamie, Sheridan)

Mr & Mrs Dell Cook visited their daughter Mrs Tom Norman at Bennington.

Mr & Mrs W C Goodwin arrived home from Jollett, ILL, where they had been visiting relatives.

Residence property for sale, Mrs H Perry.

GT Long and wife left for Burlington Monday and will live on a small farm they bought near that place.

Frank Henderson has bought the John Penny property in the northwest part of town and Mr. Penny has rented the Frank Hurtig farm west of town.

Mrs A E Rolph, who has been on the sick list, is improving.

A baby boy was born to Mr & Mrs Leslie Somers on Wednesday, Sept 18th. (1910 census shows Leonard to Leslie and Daisy, Sheridan)

Grand Army Day at the Fair, AC Jackman and CD Clark

Joy Blanchard, bees and hive supplies for sale.

Cecil Crawford had both bones in his left arm broken Monday by a fall on the school grounds.

Mrs Racheal White went to Lawrence Wednesday where she entered State University as a student for the second year.

Model Gallery, FH Feather, prop.

Len White has been home from Chillicothe ILL for a few days, visiting his parents, Mr & Mrs John White. Len belongs to the civil engineering corps.

The two year old daughter of Robt. Burns, living eight miles southwest of town, died of typhoid fever Monday. Funeral services took place at Rose Hill Tuesday and burial in the Ada cemetery.

A letter from Henry Perry, who went to Portland OR a few weeks ago says his health is much improved. They will sell their property here and move to that state.


Ainsworth pasture east of town, 400 acres of grass a foot high, Chas. Williamson, Glasco.

Mary Violet, daughter of Mr & Mrs Robert Burns, born on Jan 7 1906, died Sunday night, Sept 15, 1907 after an illness of three weeks. Youngest of 8 children and first to be taken from family circle. Funeral at Rose Hill school house, burial at Ada cemetery.

We wish to thank neighbors and friends and especially Dr. Eye. Robt. Burns family.