News: The Clark Republican and Press 3-20-1884
Contact:  Vickie

----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 3-20-1884

Mrs. James Lynch is convalescing.

H. W. Deming is still unable to be out.

Herman Schuster is on the sick list being again attacked with malarial fever.

Miss Belle Chandler, of Pine Valley, with Miss Lulu Brown, visited our sanctum last Friday.

W. G. Austin, of Greenwood, attending court as a juryman, called last Friday. Mr. Austin has an interest in the stave mill at Greenwood.

T. D. Condit, of Pine Valley called on Saturday. He recently exchanged his farm for property in the city, where he will move in a few weeks.

A. Steinard, treasurer of the town of Colby, R. A. Burss, treasurer of the town of Thorp, and H. Sternitzky, treasurer of the town of York, were in the city yesterday to pay taxes collected, in to the county treasurer. We acknowledge a call from each.


News: The Clark Republican and Press 3-20-1884
Contact:  Ann Brown

Hey! Thanks for all your work Vickie. This Lulu Brown is in my family tree. I sure appreciate you typing up this article and al the others you've done.



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