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 - THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1936 THE In Older Days...
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1936 THE In Older Days for Liricokii. next week where she has a- position as assistant in- str-uctor—in—the University—of. Five Years Ago ' (From The Telescope Sept. 10, 10311 ,, According to G. It. Brumwell, treasurer of the fair committee, -the- receipts taken- in totalled-$-13,- 032.86. • Darlene Price, 14, (laughter of ]/Lv. and Mrs. Earl Price of Republic, Republic, was fatally (injured laist Friday when a car in which she •and her mother, w.ero riding collided collided with another machine at a corner northeast of Republic. Today the last board sidewalks in '"Bellevillewere, ordered to be taken up by the city commission. Miss Ruth Randall: will leave Nebraska- place, has moved to Belleville and now occupies the city residence of R. B. Wnrri The report comes from^ Hardy that the 160-acre William Kneip farm west of Hardy has been sold for the sum of $16,000. W. G. Saip, the wew Lion head will take the chair at the beginning- beginning- meGtiiTg ~"Tuesday— at thirl Elliott Hotel. Ten Years Ago Prom The Telescope, Sept. 0, 1020) Another town talking swim- rndng pool pretty strongly is Cuba. Reports indicate —that__s<yitiment in favor of such an institutioirHs crysfealizing fast and comment is beifig"Heawl^bin' every - "hand"aii"cl it is probably only a question of a short time until a project of this Jcind— wilLbje _a_iieality in Cuba." """ SALE Complete Line of Household Furniture at . Shipps Sales Yard Saturday Afternoon 2 0 ' c i 0C k There were so many cars parked parked around during the fair last week that two men became con- fusedl as to where they had parked their cars and reported to the sheriff that their cars had - been stolen. The officers 'found the cars where the men had parked them. The Martial Bivnd of 1871 was revived last week for the North Central Kansas Free Pair." James A. Mosher, one of the -last--of—the-original—hoihesteaders of the Rydal community, after 56 years' continuous residence on his BAKERY FOR SATURDAY APPLE SAUCE CAKES APPLE SAUCE CUP CAKES 12c each . 15c doz. Phone 71 HOME BAKERY "Belleville's Only Home Owned Bakery South Side Square Geo. Menkens •Donald-Van-Oi!man ,-W -ell_knowru|. owner of the "Homey Farm" .in Big Bend township, expects 1 a honey crop this year which will reach 50,000 pounds. Twenty-five Years Ago >, IFrom^T-ho-.Teloscope-Sept ._U^-lHn) Mr. And'rcw Buremami and Miss May Jcnson, both of Belleville township, were united in marriage marriage at the court house, Tuesday, by Jud'gc A. A. Burk The Belleville merchants and business men organized last week foirjnutual benefit and joined the K a n slTs RetailersL Association, whichMs-affillated-with—tKe ; -N&^ tiowal Association of Retail Merchants Merchants of the United States. "The Telescope is forty •- yearsr "olcl ~t "(Kl 'ay7 Air ships that will fly will be at the Republic county fair George Tittle, one of the most substantial farmers in the south part of the county, has sold his quarter section of land for $13,500 $13,500 and will move to Concordia, E. ; M. Ludwick returned :,t,ho first 'of the week from his Colorado Colorado vacation. He says the pro f.essional Belleville -anglers -at Grand Lake set too fast a pace for him and he had to spend a part of the time recuperating at Colorado Springs. Gust Nelson reports that drilling drilling will start Tuesday of this week on the new gas aradl oil prospect. prospect. The Elite theater was sold by F. M. Johnson to W. J. Chamberlain Chamberlain and J. J. McCarthy, Monday. All old soldiers of the John Brown Post will leave next week to attend the state reunion 1 at Topeka. —The Rock Island company is running a special train' through to Eairbury this week to „acconimq- date people in getting to the fair. Fifty Years Ago iFrom The Telescope, September 11, 188G) John Martin Thompson of Freedom township, attending the G. A. R. encampment at Beatrice, was taken violently ill and died suddenly. The remains were brought here for burial. He was the father of Mrs. Ed Kipper, Mi's. Horace Wilkes, Mrs. C. P. Closer Mrs. Myrtle Miles of Belle Special with gospel Sunday Prayer night, 8 Christian Evangelistic If you elsewhere, come The camp over Sunday message on night. " ~ —Arthur tors. HUXMAN DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for Low mass at 10 o'clock and fifth Holy days kindly ask city to attend to leave from a o'clock pastor. Next church will want a found in The 9 :45 with all. The 11:00- o'clock- be "The the evening, 7:00 o'clock. begins the "The Peace Chaos" will Bring your meetings. Perhaps - meeting of Friday the church. conference direction of our new entire asked to Roberts, pastor. "The The vjlle.jand Mrs'. Maggie Helwick of I o'clock with California.* Sixty Years Ago (From The Telescope, Sept. 14, 1876) Daniel Miller is erecting a meat shop on the 'north side of the square. The largest yield we have heard of being threshed this year was by T. C. Roily for G. I. McCune which went 32 bushels to the acre T. J for everyone. this hour superintendent. First Sunday Morning B. Y. P. We hope may be associate n a 1 m ee Neweomb has opened a I tember 10 photograph" "gallery on the north at 8 p. m side of the square. You are J. C. Reily has announced his study and intention of riming for the of- lor B. fice of Probate Judge. Mr. Reily is one of the oldest settlers in the county and'has worked' for its advancement advancement with a zeal worthy of | reward. P. H. Cross, living on West Creek showed us a fine quality of sorghum made this season. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry | Abbott of White Rock, a son. * . Wesleyan Sunday Preaching W. Y. Evangelistic Church Sunday Sunday message at beginning at

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  1. The Belleville Telescope,
  2. 10 Sep 1936, Thu,
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