News: York Township (1894/11/15)

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Surnames: PETERSON GRABE GARVIN LEROY CORZETT BURPEE PARROT BILLINGS SNYDER GARVIN MEYERFELDT VICK PEASE CHASE

----Source: Republican and Press

Wilcox: November 14, 1894

Mae Peterson left for Montana the 6th.

Mamie Grabe visited friends in the Town of Lynn the past week.

Fred Garvin of this place, and Edith Leroy of the Town of Loyal, were married today at the home of the bride's parents. We extend congratulations.

Our skip, skap, skipper writer of the Times talks big. That's right go ahead, but look out or you may get left.

Mrs. John Corzett visited relatives at Loyal last week.

Chas. Burpee of Christie, transacted business here last Friday.

People living gin this community complain of loosing articles such as chains, grain, etc. We are sorry to confess that such a thing as stealing is practiced in York. We hope however, that the miscreants will be caught and severely punished.

John Parrot drove twenty-five miles to cast his vote, and it was a straight Republican.

Bully for Johnnie.

E.S. Billings of Pleasant Ridge, was the guest of Albion Snyder Thursday.

Art Gavin shot a fine fox Friday.

Owing to unfavorable circumstance the Good Templars have postponed the supper and entertainment until Friday evening, Nov. 23rd.

Mrs. Elva Meyerfeld of St. Louis, is the guest of A.E. Garvin and wife.

Frank Snyder spent Wednesday and Thursday at Shortville hunting.

School opened in Dist. No. 2 last Monday.

C.F. Vick is erecting a fine horse barn.

Sylvester Pease, Sr. and wife leave today for Minn. To spend the winter with their daughter.

H.S. Chase arrived Monday from Missouri. He made the trip by team, his wife and one son having come ahead by train. Hod thinks Clark County is good enough for him.

 

 


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