The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa Thursday, March 16, 1905
THE CITY IN BRIEF:
Wanted -- A girl for general housework at once. No washing. $4 per week. -- MRS. J.C. COPELAND.
O.G. BOOR of Leroy visited in Chariton a few days this week with the family of Rev. M.S. CLARK.
Wall paper opening at REA & BEEM's Friday and Saturday, March 17th and 18th.
ED. SHULL and wife of Blackfalds, Canada, former residents of this place, will move back to Lucas County in the near future and he will have charge of his mother's farm in Cedar Township.
MRS. WM. N. DAWSON has returned from St. Joe, Mo., where she spent a month with her daughter, MRS. ROSE WEAVER, who had been quite sick with heart trouble.
MRS. BENJ. LITTON has been ill with lung fever for the past two weeks and her son, B.F., of Pleasant Township has been staying with her and caring for her wants. She is now getting better.
J.N. TULWILER, the satisfactory piano tuner will be in this city March 14th. Leave orders at Lockwood & Son's music house. No time for canvassing from house to house.
MR. and MRS. BERT GILBERT of English Township left Monday evening for Ottumwa where they will make their future home, MR. GILBERT having secured employment with the Dain Manufacturing Company at that place.
ED. DHABOLT of South Dakota arrived last week for a visit in Benton Township with his sister, MRS. SAMUEL SNODGRASS.
MRS. KATE SHULTZ and two children of Cumberland returned home Tuesday evening after a week's visit with MRS. E.W. GRAY.
MR. and MRS. H.L. MAUK of Liberty Township left Tuesday evening for a week's visit in York, Neb.
MRS. MYRTLE MURRAY of Russell visited in this city Tuesday evening.
MRS. BIRDIE MCCORMICK returned Tuesday afternoon from a visit in Centerville. She was accompanied home by her sister, MRS. IRENE PEPPERS, who will spend a few days with her parents, MR. and MRS. J.M. HARRISON.
BEN MEADOWS has purchased FRANK PEARSON's interest in the PEARSON & BECKER barber shop and will move back to Chariton from Ottumwa.
GEO. FOULKS of Shenandoah visited in Chariton the first of the week with his brother, J.G. FOULKS, and in English Township with another brother, W.B.
MRS. W.S. CHILDS went to Osceola Monday to meet her grandmother, MRS. JOHN MURRAY, who was returning from an extended visit in Cedar Falls, with her daughter, MRS. ROADMAN.
MISS MINNIE PARKER is expected home the first of the week from Pratt, Kas., where she was called recently by the dangerous illness of her brother HARLAN who is now greatly improved.