August Dukeman

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August Dukeman - spectators. reinforced, played enough. follows...
spectators. reinforced, played enough. follows : PO 0 9 1 2 8 2 2 PO 1 12 1 1 2 7 1 1 1 Redmon, on balls, pitched ball, 4; by Slusser, Umpire, 27 15 10 9 2—14 0— 2 and tbe inning grounds, fierce one done on with Score and the bats afternoon. biggest Derwort have gone to Buffalo, N. Y., for a visit. Eli Workman and Miss Firma Montague, Montague, of Sponcerville, were here, Sunday. P. J. Dolt returned, last night, 1o Cleveland, after a visit here with his parents. George Arnold went to Gas City, Ind., this morning, where he will be employed. ' t-Mfss Be'ssie Tudor, of Van Wert, was the guest of Miss Jennie Brotherton, Brotherton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hastings will return home, next week, from Sbip- pensburg, Penn. Mr. and Mrs. George Swank, of Ft. Wayne, visited over Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Heitzman. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Crimmel, of Lima, were guests at the home of Mrs. Bockreth, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, of Van Wert, were guests, Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Campbell. A. Dukeman and Aaron Huyaman have gone to Buffalo, N. Y., to the National Encampment of the G. A. R. Miss Gertrude Louth has gone to Lake Side and Cedar Point to visit for a week with her siater Mrs. A. T. Hogarth. Mrs. Suean Holmes, son Christie and daughter Anna, of Ft. Wayne, are visiting with Mrs. Rachel Taylor, of east Third street. Arthur Miller and Miss Mary Werner Werner drove to Columbus Grove, yesterday, republican are selling what would were it not England, France, India, and most of note? price for until about it will go on rapid gait, the supply will have wheat from while. not let to belief Republican giving you grain. If keep it up you are common laborer this high condition because of the the little work during prosperity has it ia. Look and their over, strikes country is revolution satisfied. Came

Clipped from The Daily Herald23 Aug 1897, MonPage 7

The Daily Herald (Delphos, Ohio)23 Aug 1897, MonPage 7
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