Lake City Graphic

September 26, 1889

Mr. Ed. FERRETER and family ride in a new spring wagon.

Engineer Geo. HILLlls the corn palace train between Carroll and Sioux City.

Mr. ATKINSON moved his hardware stock into the new Danforth block on Monday.

Dr. BURT enjoying a visit with his brother Kent, and a Mr. GORDON from Fontanelle.

A squirrel has taken up its abode in one of the front windows of OLMSTEAD & Co’s. office.

Mr. C. B. POWELL and wife, of Sterling, Illinois, visited with the family of E. S. CLOW last week.

Mr. L. W. MOODY was in town Saturday and bought a lot of colts at the ARNEY, LEECE & HAMM auction sale.

Mr. F. B. HUMPHREY sets an example worthy of imitation by keeping his street lamp trimmed and burning evenings. Mr. A. L. NICHOLSON, of Huron, Dakota, is visiting friends here. He goes into the insurance business at Manson with his brother, C. R.

Born: At the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. MOSELEY, Saturday, September 21, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. M. have now a little girl and baby boy upon which to bestow their affections.

Sparks from a locomotive set fire to the prairie east of town and consumed 15 stacks of hay owned by POOLER, SIFFORD and HIBBS. The company stand up to the loss correctly.

Mr. Fred LULL has settled the water question with a deep well and eclipse windmill on a fifty foot tower at the Scott A. SIFFORD livery barn. The well will also furnish water for the hotel.

Mark CHAPMAN enjoyed a visit by his parents from Big Rock, this week.

Mr. W. H. H. GOFF, a bookkeeper, of Cadilac, Mich., is here visiting his brother, A. A. GOFF.

The David PARKER residence, now occupied by M. LITTMAN is for rent. Inquire at Citizens’ Bank.

Married – HILL-TUBBS: At the residence of the bride’s parents, on the 24 inst. Mr. Harry HILL and Miss Jennie TUBBS, Rev. STOPHLET officiating.

On Saturday night last, lightening struck the barn of S. G. CRAWFORD at Lohrville, and burned it to the ground, together with some blooded cattle. Loss, $2,000.

Mr. Charles F. BANKS, of Chicago, is here visiting his sister, Mrs. McKEEN. Mr. BANKS is on the staff of the Arkansaw Traveller