The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa Thursday, June 21, 1906
LUCAS LEDGER ITEMS:
A fine little daughter was born to FRED SYDEBOTHAM and wife of Chariton on the 7th inst.
JOHN SKIDMORE is entertaining his brother WILLIAM SKIDMORE of Reno, Kansas.
Elder J.T. SPRIGGS was in town today to ship his household goods to Carson, Iowa, where he and his wife will organize a church.
MRS. L. HOLT of Otter Creek Township, leaves Friday for Indianapolis, Ind., to see her father who is dangerously ill.
MRS. AMELIA CHILDERS left the first of the week with her daughter-in-law, MRS. W.H. CHILDERS of South Dakota where she will spend the summer.
J.B. COMSTOCK and wife have returned from a month's visit at Harrison, Ark. They were accompanied home by MR. C's sister, MRS. L.S. GIFFIN and husband.
ALFRED TARRY of Lost Springs, Kan., came Monday evening to visit his sister, MRS. JOHN LANE. It has been thirty years since MR. TARRY visited in Lucas County.
MRS. ROSA RUFFNER of Santee, Neb., visited with MRS. M.C. WELCH last Friday evening between trains while enroute to Chicago to visit her daughter. MRS. RUFFNER has been employed in an Indian School at Santee for seven years.
MASTER HAROLD ROGERS, who is visiting his grandmother, MRS. LITCHFIELD, at Pleasantville fell from a hammock Saturday evening. His forehead struck the sharp edge of a sidewalk, and an ugly wound which required three stitches to close was inflicted.