The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa Thursday, May 17, 1906
LUCAS LEDGER ITEMS:
O.O. NITCHMAN of Union Township returned Monday from a short visit with his brother, CABE in Illinois.
DR. CHARLEY THROCKMORTON of St. Louis who has been visiting relatives in Union Township, returned to his home Monday evening.
MRS. T.J. IRWIN had the misfortune to fall down stairs this morning, breaking her left wrist and sustaining a number of painful bruises.
A.J. PETERSON and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a new granddaughter at the home of H.O. LUNDGREN and wife at Chariton last Sunday.
F.L. PIM north of town, is remodeling his farm residence and when completed will have all the latest improvements that makes a home pleasant.
DAVE WATKINS and LESLIE RYAN who went to Park City, Utah, six weeks ago, returned to Lucas this morning thinking Iowa is good enough for them.
MESSRS. C.A. WILLIAMS, W.E. ROWE, N.F. BAKER and J.D. BEAUMAN went to Des Moines yesterday on business connected with the Isis Gold Mining Co.
A.T. SWANSON and wife went to Chariton yesterday to attend the wedding of MR. S's sister, MISS MATILDA SWANSON to PERRY BRISTOR, of Vandervort, S. Dak. The bride is well known in Lucas as she formerly resided here.
The relatives who came from a distance, who came to attend the funeral of MRS. CALEB STIERWALT today, were L.W. Baker and wife and Jas. Robinson and wife of Oakley; J.O. Beeler of Milo and Jno. Beeler of Lacona.