J. Washichek Stock of Goods Belleville Telescope OCT 1889
Miiiidcii. .Munden is movingpeacefully of late. l-5u.?inc.ss is reviving. Several loads ol hogs and oats were doliyered last week. A portion of of the corn criUbed last winter is being shollod by a steam slieller It is said that the (inn declare a losa of 7 cents per bushel on purchase jn-icc of the corn. J. Washichek, one of our mnny merchants, i.s receive!ng a full stock of fall and winter jjoods. He deals iu a reliable grade of boots and shoes. In prices of all goods he challenges competition. j\rr. and Mrs. Ephraiinsou have returned from their eastern trip. Mr. and I\Irs. Howes are a^^ain on the farm—have been visiting in Wisconsin. Mr. H. is satisfied with Kausas soil. Mr», E. Rahnsbottom started for Denver last Tuesday, to visita sister. She e.\pects to climb some of the rugged peaks while there, and will relate us her adventures when home again. Oscar Templin. one of our youthful aspirants is teaching in the northeast corner of the county. Howard Moore, an energetic young student of this township, opens school Novemiier 4, m No. 10. This will be his second term in that district. Rev. Ryan has been afliicted with a severe cold, ho was unable to meet his appointment last Sunday, week. Farmers are gathsriug the corn;— such mammotli ears. What other state can prallel in corn?; The farmers are building additional cribs to receive the abuudaut crop. Digging potatoes is another pastime. The pro(iuctioiris^:e"ry^'D(Kl; Autumnal foUage is profusely strewn.