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The Burlingame News from Burlingame, Kansas • 2

Burlingame, Kansas
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Official County Directory. An Old Story. Last night on yesterday morning, about Married. OnJulyl7th, 1889, by Judge G. W.

1 o'clock in the afternoon, before break fast, a hungry.boy bought a big custard for a levy; threw it through a brick wall Doty, of Lyndon, Mr. James Calihan to Miss Ettie Hile. Both of the contracting parties are well known to our readers, who will join us in congratulating the happy couple. nine feet high and jumping over it, broke his right ankle off above his left knee, and fell into a dry mill pond and was drowned. About 40 years after that on the same day, an old cat had nine turkey J.

R. Drew, Treasurer. II. McClair, Clerk. Jerry Hussey, Register of Deeds.

P. E. Gregory, County Attorney. G. W.

Doty, Probate Judge. J. E. Jones, Supt. Public Instruction.

Nick Frankhouser, Sheriff. Geo. Weber, Clerk District Court. James Gray, County Surveyor. J.

D. Peake, Coroner. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Did you borrow this paper? Baths, hot or cold, 15 cents. W.

Wells, Chas. Rushford, who has been spend gobblers, a high wind blew Yankee Doodle on a frying pan, and killed an old sow and two dead pigs in Boston, where ing the 4th here, returned to his home in Arkansas City on uly 11th. a deaf and dumb man was talking to his aunt Peter. Walter and Elmer Davis, proprietors An exchange says: A German forest of the "Star" coal and mining company, keeper, sixty-two years of age, not wish have sold their shaft to James Zucca. Mr.

O. R. Hamilton left a' fine bunch ing to carry to the grave with him an important secret, has published in the Leipsic Journal a recipe which he has used for fifty years, and which he says of onions at our office; the largest we have ever seen. They average over lb. Norton VanDyke, who has been travel ing for some time with the "Carrie An has saved several men and a great number of animals from death by hydrophobia.

The bite must be bathed as soon as possible with warm vinegar and water, and when this is dried a few drops of derson" company, has taken a lay off to A. T. S. F. R.

R. GOING EAST. No. 2, Cannon 2:35 a No. 4, Local Passenger, 12:55 No.

6, Cannon Ball, 2:02 No. 8, Local Passenger, 3:15 a No. 42, Way Frieght, 11:20 a GOING WEST. No. 1, Cannon Ball, 1:25 a No.

3, Local Passenger, 1:37 No. 5, Cannon 3:02 No. 7, Local Passenger, 12:48 a No. 41, Way 11:00 a M. A.

B. R. R. Train Arrives, 11:20, a. m.

Train Departs, p. m. Day Mails close at 1.46, P.M. Night Mails close at 7.30, P. M.

recuperate his health. James Rea, a Burlingame boy who has muriatic acid poured upon the wound will destroy the poison of the saliva and relieve the patient from all present and been making his home at Fort Scott for some time, stopped off here for a two weeks visit; after which he will go to future danger. Colorado. The concert at the Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening, July 11th, under the auspices of the Happy United Work ers was a success. The society cleared L00.K about $10.50.

Yes, it'shot. Fiee Press: The canning factory is now ready for business, and will com Fred Holcomb is on the sick list. We are prepared to do all linds of QommerGial Job Pripking on Slporb NokiGe. Gitfe us a call. mence operation as soon as tomatoes come in, which it is expected will be in The premium lists of the Osage county fair are out.

about two weeks. "No chiggers on me," is the latest slang phrase. W. M.Jones will sell at public sale at his farm, one mile south and one mile west of Harveyville, and 3 miles north The moonlight picnic at the park last Friday night was not a very great sue YOURHAMEonTHISNOVELTYOSc west of Wilmington, all his stock and cess. also some farming implements.

Flla opeu byasllKhtpressureorihetiiunii). Slines. Highly Nicklo Plated. When closed for pocket is size of common Pencil. New agentsmakelllG JIOMEYI Terms FliF.E with flrstorder.

Quickest shipments. Every body needs one to mark Liuen, Curds, Books, etc. Address Remember the dates of the Osage Co. from the Scranton Times. Fair at Burlingame, September 10, 11, 12 Thalman Mfg.

1112, Baltimore, Md. MENTION THIS PAPER WHEN YOU WRITE. H. D. Shepard, we learn, is soon to and 13, 1889.

The annual school meeting of this dis commence the erection of a fifty foot business house on hfa lots just east of the trict will be held at the school house on postoffice. 4 Thursday, July 25th. Geo. Palmer and H. D.

Mosbarger are putting up a frame building in, the C. Taylor has been improving his residence property by by the addition of southwest part of town Its dimensions a porch to his dwelling. are 26x26 TO ADVERTISERS. Any advertiser who will favor us with a sample of the article advertised will receive a local notice of not exceeding 12 lines free, provided the article may be of sufficient merit. This is a cheap way of odtaining a valuable notice.

We will Exchange Space for Goods. We will for the present exchange Advertising Space for Goods, as we have the best opportunity of using or selling same for cash. THE TATTLER, Burlington, Iowa. Miss Ella Everly, daughter of Thos. Wm.

Wells has opened a bath room in the room recently vacated by Dr. Cazier. Everly, of.pragoon, started Sunday for Chicago, where she was to meet her lov Ladies' days: Monday, Wednesday, and er, Louis Shamberger, brother to Mrs Friday; gentlemen's days: Tuesday, Rehbein, get married and accompany Thursday, and Friday. Open from 7 a him to his home in Pennsylvania. m.

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