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Meer


The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Saturday, February 22, 1908
Page 1
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WAS  ARRESTED  FOR  BREAKING
INTO  STORE  OF  O. L. MEANS
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Taken Before Justice Moberly and
Pleads Guilty -- Petit Larceny.
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          Adelrich Meer,  who was arrested last night at about eleven o'clock for breaking into  O. L. Means' store, was taken before  Justice James Moberly  this afternoon and pleaded gulity to the charge.  The affidavit charged him with breaking into the store and stealing three dollars, thereby making the charge petit larceny.  After pleading guilty he was bound over to the juvenile court and as he could not furnish the bond, $200, he was sent back to jail to await the action of the court.
          Owing to the fact that Meer is now out of jail under suspended sentence he will no doubt have a hard time getting out of his present trouble.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Monday, March 31, 1902
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          George Meer,  son of the late  Henry Meer,  is now and has been in the United States navy since last May.  He is at present on the battleship Wisconsin, marine corps No. 60.  His family received a letter from him to-day, stating that they were at San Deigo, Cal.  They had come from Magdalena Bay, Mexico, and had arrived there the day before he wrote.  He enlisted for three years.  Upon his arrival at San Diego, Cal., George received a letter announcing the death of his father.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, February 28, 1901
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          Henry Meer  will open out his saloon in the old  Schroeder  corner next Monday and wants all his friends to come and see him.  Remember the Old Schroeder corner.
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          Henry Meer  will open the old Schroeder saloon on Monday next.  He wants his friends to call and see him and he will treat them right.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Daily  Democrat
Thursday, September 4, 1893
Page 4
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          Cheaper boots and shoes than ever before, because I will retire from business.  Henry Meer.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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