Clipped From The Belleville Telescope
UNION BRIEFS. The prospect waB very encouraging Monday morning for sleighing, but by noon it had melted. V. O. Bowersox and.wife and Mrs. -W-^-^JB.ojssrs£n_of_t!reat Bend, Kansas, Kansas, visited at D. P. Johnson's Wednesday. Wednesday. Prof. W. S. Livingston received the sad news of the death of his wife's mother, Mrs. D. C. Vin°on of Fairbury, Fairbury, Nebraska, on the 10th, but too late to enable him to attend the funeral which was held at Mahaska. D. A. Haney lost a valuable horse Monday. Frank and Clarence Johnson attend ed a party at the Oliver Jqhnsoa home at Courtland Saturday evening, in honor of C. H. Stockdick of Texas. They report a royal good time. Burr Milner and wife of Freedom township, visited in Union Sunday.