125 years ago
december 16, 1892
To our patrons: We are anxious to get our accounts settled up before we go to Topeka, and have engaged Mr. Zach Taylor to help us. He will call upon our patrons, both debtors and creditors in person or by letter, beginning at once, and we hope will be kindly received.
Dr. Conry, of Florence, has fifty stands of Italian bees for sale. Also furnishes bee journals and works on bees and honey, on demand, at publishers’ prices.
Walter Sharp has leased his Mineral Resort again to Dr. C.C. Righter, who successfully conducted it some years ago. The Doctor is an experienced physician, and will doubtless give the resort another boom. Mr. Sharp will go back to bridge building.
Dr. and Dal Rogers, Fred Lewis, Dr. Werthner, Dr. Gillette, and S. Drake have been having a big hunt “down south.” The brought home a deer, a wild turkey, and lots of small game, and had lots of fun.
An addition to the fine stock of the county has recently been made by Mr. R. Harold, who has bought from the celebrated Powell Bros., of Pennsylvania a fine imported French coach horse, “Donceur.” He has no superior, it is said, as a breeder, and Mr. Harold deserves credit for his enterprise in bringing such a fine animal to the county.
Mr. Laybourn is moving his Second Hand establishment into the Downes building, east of the First National Bank. Mr. Laybourn is building up a big business, and this last move gives him a fine location for trade.
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