December 7, 1893
The snow storm caught a great many not very well prepared on the Ridge.
MR. JOHN PIPER and MISS. KATE PIPER visited at BERT PARSON'S Saturday.
JACOB PIPER took dinner at BARLEAN'S Sunday.
JIM JONES took a load of rabbits to Leon, on Saturday.
CLARK MCNELLY, returned from Des Moines, last week.
BARLEAN BROS. sold their fine cart last week. We did not learn the amount.
Several of Leon's best stock buyers were in our midst.
MISS. KATE PIPER is improving some at this writing with her sprained ankle.
JOHNNY VAN WINKLE is swinging the girls right and left since the snow fell.
HARRISON BOYER, has rented the hoop pole shop near the Q depot in Leon, for the coming season, also another one at Lamoni. HARRISON is a skillful man and gives good satisfaction.
ROLY GUNTER, was in these parts last week. He reports everything is running lively in Lamoni.
BERT PARSONS, is still crippling around on his cut foot.
J. N. BARLEAN, visited at JOHN BLAKE'S Monday.
JACOB GIVENS, is running rabbit tracks this winter for a livelihood.
A.C. BRASELTON, and his sweetheart took dinner at MR. FAIRALL'S last Sunday.
Everybody is making good use of the glorious snow.
What is the matter with our good friend Welcome Ridge correspondence. Why don't he let the folks know he's alive.
The sale of J.W. YOST went off last Wednesday. Everthing sold very cheap.
MIRON CLARK, visited at J. GIVEN'S Sunday.
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