News: The Clark
Republican and Press 12-22-1887
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 12-22-1887
Whitcomb now occupies quarter in the new depot. He says he hardly feels at home in such cramped quarters. At the old depot he had plenty of room to circulate in, but here, well, he think he will be able to survive the change.
Gus. Baruch is happy again. Last Sunday morning his wife presented him with a son and heir who will in time take his father’s place in the store when that gentleman gets old and feeble too, and cannot work any more. No, thank you, we don’t smoke.
The music for the Silver Herb Medicine Company during their visit here has been furnished by Miss Edna Robbins and with great credit to herself and pleasure to the audience. The piano was kindly furnished by Mrs. Robbins from the Reddan House.
Mr. L. Eilert, brother of Ernest Eilbert, arrived from Rathdrum, Idaho, Tuesday morning on a visit to his brother. He has been in Idaho the past 19 years and this is his first visit to the East. He will stay here till after Christmas and then go down to Douman, Waukesha County, to visit a sister.
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