Apex Colorado Mrs. Henry Gobelman visit

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a high held of association known Parkinson, will Washington removal totbeWm Painter busy ren- for states from tomorrow notice Wm, 4G, of and Southern celebration tbe half to and to that no than yesterday mine No. even- nation and from Valley, the be get mines. to provid- cannot hoped tbe other SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ABOUT'PEOPLE FROM HOME AND ABROAD. oecnrreneoa Dal j Hotetf and KlatlmratetS Visitors In and Ont of Towc and was meet- for E. W. Tax- subscribers company contemplates witb a tbe of the is be not pot inter- wilj add for extinguishing and bnild- on all be a was aconple at 43 of tbe DO long- is "Dad" away the of j ory Marcb Madison the The Thursday Afternoon; Social Club met yesterday with Mrs. F. W. Schnize It will be entertained on the 17th by Mrs Chas. Westerholt, The McKendree Glee Club Is endeavor log to secure a date fora concert bere They may give an entertainment on Saturday evening, the 19th. Miss Charlotte Neleon will give dancing party this evening at Leclaire Academy, in honor ot Miss Lucy Lsonarc of Alton, and Miss Wadsworih, of Toronto who are her guests. Tbe Young Folks' Whist Clob was entertained last evening by Miss Edith Metcalfe. The prizes were won by Misg Julia Hadley and Mrs. C. F. Wleiand aad M. D. Cox aad C. W. Terry. The song recital at St. John's next Thursday evening, March 10, will be un- the auspices of the Epworth League Tbe recital will be by H. Cumberland Wilson, tenur, and Mrs. Rumey, soprano, assisted by home talent. Tbe Ariel Ladies' Sextette, which will be at Tuxborn Opera House oa Monday evening, has excellent press notices io testimony of their musical ability. The stxtelte is composed of the Smith sisters and the concert they give is well worth attending Charles E. Pbipps, the musical eccen trie and mimic who gave a short concert at the EdwardBville Club Monday evening, will beat the Presbyterianchnrcb tonight in a musical entertainment, assisted by local talent. Proceeds are for tbe benefit of the Ladies' Aid Society. Thomas Koch was tendered a pleasant surprise Tuesday evening by a party of his gentlemen friends, in honor of the S5th anniversary of his birth. Dippold's orchestra was among callers and added to the entertainment with choice selections. Refreshments were provided by Mrs. Koch. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno W. Boppiger, who were married yesterday noon at Highland, arrived here last night. The happy couple were made the victims of the usual practical iokea on the luggage, The trunk they brought with them was a thing ot beauty and a joy forever--to every one but the owners. It had a large and miscellaneous collection of old shoes attached, and 'if tbe shoes failed to clearly explain who the trunk belonged to, the caids and posters fastened 01 it told the story in black and white. PerHoiml. H. S. Loriug, of Belleville, was here Wednesday, Miss Pearl Finch Is home from an extended visit to Staunton. Miss Dora Lynch was a guest of Miss »e Moore at Bethalto, Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Hess and Mies Bertha May, of Marine, were visitors Wednesday. Miss Rosalie Heyde spent tbe past week in St. Louis, visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Versen. Miss Minna dark returned Wednesday from a visit with Misa Lucy Huskins, in Alton. Miss Flynn, of St. Loais, will arrive tomorrow night for a visit with Mies Julia Keowu.V H. R. Kingsbnry and W. B. Kneedler, of Collinville, were among visitors at the connty seat yesterday. Attorney Geo. B. Bnrnett,*of the Wabash, was here from St. Louis, Wednesday night, on business. Miss Lucy May, who has been a guest of Mrs. Anna Kellermana the past days, las returned to Marine. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Gillham left Wednesday evening for Ocean Springs, Miss., to remain two months. Oscar Barnett has resumed his place in r. Jos. Pogne's office after being confined to his home tor a week by illness. , Miss Emma McCormlck returned Saturday to her home la Charleston, after a visit with her sister, Mrs, Wm. Harles. Dr. C. A, Moore has rented the residence of Mrs. Lydla Meisenhelmer at Toeterburg and wll^ move there from this city. Wm. Brown, an old veteran, was bere several days visiting old acquaintances, 3e returned Monday evening to his tome n Cowden. I. H. Eiledge went to Springfleid, Sunday evening. Mr. Elledge bag secured a food position in that city and will move with his family there in the near future. Walker Samuels, who has been living n Mt. Pulaski, is back in Edwardsville for a visit, He Is thinking of returning and starting a blacksmith shop here again. Day Judd, of Frankfort, Is here this week, visiting home folks. Day has been running on this division of the Clover Leal, but will be transferred coon to the eastern division. f Mrs. Henry Gobelman, of Apex, Colo,, returned home Wednesday after a two weeks'visit with Mr. and Mrs. H, W. ink;. She formerly resided at St. Jacob j and Is a daughter of Rudolph Bier, of tbe old settlers of that part of connty. ' " : Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rockwell, ot tion City, Kan., left Wednesday for home after a visit with Collector and Mrs. E. W. Mndge. They were on way home from a trip to Chicago stopped oft here for a few days' visit relatives. Wlut some Oiterr T«WH* «re Louisville Is to have a new flouring mill. Greenfly has a system of waterworks about completed. Casey is macadamizing Its streets will number the bouses. Olney proposes to go to the river for a water supply. Carlyle is getting a paper mill, having advanced ·12,000 In form of loan Cairo has erected a $30,000 school if. spending $100,000 In levee Improvements. EtBngham has electric lights and works and has started a movement paved streets. Flora, with 1,800 popnlation, county seat of Clay county, Is to have waterworks this year. Carlinville is enjoying quite a boom a result of the rebuilding of a big }lace of the one recently bnrnod Daqnoin has begun work on the reservoir for tbe proposed system of waterworks. A Chicago firm has the contract. Robinson, connty seat of Crawford connty, in addition to a new court and electric light plant, is to build modern hotel. Canton will have a new opera house e built by a St. Louis capitalist as as $.5,000 worth of seats are sold for opening performance. East St. Louis has let contracts for work aggregating 500,000 to be done his year. Street improvements will made costing 921)0,000. Oregon, the connty seat of Ogle 8 to have a new opera house, a laving been incorporated. Newton is extending tbe light and waterworks system and paving the streets around the square and will o gravel streets leading to the city. The Belleville lighting company has ordered generous extensions ot Its lystem and proposes to furnish electric Ights in day time as well as at Lawrenceville, with less than 1,000 lopnlation, county seat of Lawrence ounty, Id putting in a system of waterworks, work oa which Is to be n ten days more. g- uni Old Pollcyholden. The Mascontah Herald publishes this tern of interest bare: "Tbe older mem- iers of tbe Covenant Mutual Benefit ociation, with headquarters at Gales- nrg, were.tgken by surprise this week when they received their assessment notices and found that the amounts are called; upon to pay are mote wice the amount of former calls. s just what has been expected for I me, especially by those who have eatb claims against tbls association during the past six years. It Is that ears if not more that this association did not pay Its claims in full, and snoot understand why so many of ittizens stuck to a sinking ship. The alsing ot the assessments on the older members with the intention of freezing hem out, is the same old story many assessment life Insurance compau- ee have resorted to." Eawanmtlle Market. The unassuming oyster plant is a avorite in the market these days. For he benefit of Alton people It may be state that the oyster plant is not oncern for the manufacture ot oysters, ut a little brown vegetable sailing er the cognomen of salsify. It retails readily at cents a bunch. Lettuce, jeets and soap bunches are tbe same ouches ot 30 or more dainty French Breakfast radishes sell at 10 cents. Wheat is quoted today at 93 cents, ora brings 2tJ and oats 21. Hogs are a little steadier at from o «3.65. Keep in Touch WITH THC WOMAN OF THE HOUSe. Keep her Informed on what you have to dispose of, and when the time comes around to purchase anything in your line she win not forget you. Tbe way to keep in touch with the women who 1 buy or may be induced to buy in EcSwardstille, la through the iNTBtLiOESCKK, Tbe iHTXLLiaracEB reaches twice ·as many homes In Madison county as any other paper published, aad reaches them twioe a week. What hen you to tell that toe people need?

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  1. The Edwardsville Intelligencer,
  2. 04 Mar 1898, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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