Clipped From Alton Telegraph
knew it in," to who his the the the either of sur Ice times down the along felt nove aftei It, sight the active surface it uoa at uoal)ng wi AfUv go wore having the Yukon cases given to the winners of each contest. FOSTERBliKlt. Congressman Thomas Jett and CV W. Terry spoke here last night. Owing to the rain there were not many out. For the next four weeks the quails- will be slaughtered in great shape, a» there are a great many of them this- season. John Ashlock arrived here from Colorado. He left here 21 years ago- last April, and this is the first lime he has visited his home since he left here. Next Monday evening there will be Republican speaking here at the burg. The boy orator, Fred Mortimer, will speak on the leading issues, and those who fail to hear him will miss a treat as he is one of the best sp>ivkers in the State. Remember, Monday evening, Nov. 5. Let everybody come ano hear him. Mrs. Amos Brueggemann, of Gran Ite City, has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Chas. Schaefer, for th& past week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robinson, of Gillesspie, 111., are the guests °> friends here at the burg. Robt. Pfaff came up from St. Louis, Saturday, and visited home folks, returning to his studies Sunday even- Ing. j Mrs. Lillle Ost and mother, Mm- Nancy Dillon, visited relatives south of Bethalto last week. The many friends of Richard Ash- loqk will be sorry to learn that he i»no better, and that he is growing weaker day by day. H. B. Lobbig, of Brighton, has been visiting his parents here for the pa*" 1 few days. I Miss Daisy Poster was In Dorchester, lust Wednesday. Mrs, A. B. Woods, of Woodburn, upend Sunday with her sister, Mrs. )v V. Jlnklnson. Mrs. Woods is over W stay. ol age. butyat *ble to come see her relatives and friends. John Gruner and family, of More, spent Sunday with M«ad*lMre. Win. Matters m»0» » ttjlotr trip w DttraiuuUir on* day lust wwk. Mrs. J'ofan Mowy toft lw« for Dttbuqu*,,];*., wlmw *b» hwjparBnti toe WHMB*! w*ik». We understand that there will »* » wedding In our midst in the ««»' future, , f Mrs. Mary Foster, of Indeperulem-e. Kans., arrived here Monday, ca' lt)a by the serious illness of her f »«>« » Richard Ashlouk.