Anton Jacoby Cottage organs

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Anton Jacoby Cottage organs - 50 Years Ag< In and A bout Alton s. L. Walter...
50 Years Ag< In and A bout Alton s. L. Walter of jpodfrey.^and her grandchildren, s. D. Siegel and Mrs. Johri Overath of Alton. September 21, 1889 Wyman Institute had reopened for its eleventh year and Principal A. M. Jackson reported all pupils who could be accommodated had been enrolled. Every class room seat, he said, would be occupied. Judge H. S. Baker, as trustee, had sold to Charlotte Charlotte H. Crocker for $2500 the 100-acre tract west of Clifton known as' Bondurant Cement Works tract. A brick sidewalk was being laid about the store premises of McJnerny & Cahill at corner of Fourth and State streets. J. M. Gearing of Upper Alton had lost a valuable horse. Both the C. & A. and the Bluff Line offered $1 round trip excursions to Springfield for the dedication of the German Lutheran church. John Mather, manager of Root's Opera House, announced announced as his opening attraction of the amusement season, "Lost in London". Mrs. Mary J. Abbey of Hebron, Wise., had arrived to visit her daughter, Mrs. L. Mrs Albert Bassett, while in Springfield called on David Jenkins, formerly of Alton, who had taken a position in the office of the secretary of state. Miss S. Hollard and sister, Miss Ida, of Melville had entered school in Upper Alton. Miss Sarah Dixon was making a stay in Morrow, Kan. Mrs. B. Brunner Brunner had returned from a Springfield visit. President President Charles Fairman had called the annual meeting meeting of Upper Alton Building Association. Miss Maude Harper, 15, had died at the home of her parents on East Third street near George. GSrnie Stewart of Brighton was visiting Godfrey friends. Miss Meda Merrill of Brighton had gone to Jacksonville Jacksonville to resume her college studies. Anton Jacoby of Tenth street announced he had tuken the agency for Cottage organs and was ready to demonstrate the sweet-toned instruments at his home to all interested. Real estate transfers reco»dcd during the week of it

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 21 Sep 1939, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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