Clipped From The Belleville Telescope
CORRESPONDENCE INTERESTING ITEMS FROM ALL OVER REPUBLIC COUNTY ^"Correspondents must mail their items early in the week, so that they will reach this office not later than Tuesday evening to insure publication. Please date and sign your name ...to your correspondence. : : Oourtland Items. A. G. Larson transacted business at Belleville, Saturday. W.m. Walters has returned from Lindsborg, where hehas been attending school the past year. Lyle, son of Andy Peterspn and wife, while running on the stock yard fence, fell and broke both bones of his arm just above the wrist. He is getting along quite nicely under the care of Dr. Snider. The Courtland cornet band will give an ice cream supper and concert Saturday, June 7th. You are invited. The cornet band executed some fine mnsic fer;.the benefit of the public, Saturday night. Herbert and Fannie Gates have opened an ice cream parlor in the Roger building just north of Boyd and Beamies' store. Mrs. Albert Haskett is stUl quite illwith rheumatism. . ; Vade Haskett is in a very critical condition with a nervous disease, caused by overtaxing her mind in school. Mrs. K. L. Pilkenton returned Friday from Fort Scott. Mrs. J. C. Glasgow gave a dinner party Thursday in honor of Bula Rlter, who has been visiting relatives here for the past few weeks. Howard Vincent left Thursday to join fc's father at Gebo, Montana. Jessie Bradley, of 'Topeka, is visiting relatives here this week. Mart Sheeks and grandaughters Tadie and Ethel Stafford, of Belleville, visited Mr. Sheeks' sister, Mrs. Wm. Free, over Sunday. Andrew Moore's son, Ernie, who fell from a hay mow last week, and was.badly hurt, and also reopened an old wound caused by a mule kicking him a year ago, had to go to Kansas City Saturday for an operation which, is feared, he is nofeable to stand. Mrs. Mary Tebpw is quite sick this week. his spn Charley, in Oklahoma. Union Scraps. Farmers are npw growling abput the mud Mary and Archie Larson spens Sunday with Jessie Stockdick. I. G. Householder is having his house painted this week. There was an ice cream social at Wm. Da vis' Friday evening. Allthat were present re port a fine time. Mrs. Bowen and daughter, of Iowa, are in Union this week visiting relatives and friends, Mrs. J. T. Johnson, who has been very sick is now able to be up and around. Oliver Johnson and wife visited at Isadore Bowersox's, Sunday. Bertha Banks visited friends In Scandia Sun •day. A number from Rydal attended the social at Wm. Davis'Friday night. Inez and Llnna Sheeks, of Belleville, we in Unipn Sunday. Grace Bpwerspx visited friends in Belleville part of last week. L. M. Johnson, of Scandia, was calling on friends in Union, Monday. There was a family reunion at D. A. Bowen's Sunday. Those present were: Marion and Edgar Johnson, Will Cundlff and Theo. Otto and families; Mrs. Bowen and daughter, of Iowa, and Pearle, Otto, Do'ly and Alfa Mosher. Edgar Butler, of Belleville, visited A. Myers Saturday night and Sunday.