News: The Clark
Republican and Press 4-4-1895
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 4-4-1895
Mr. and Mrs. Lee and the Misses Addie and Grace Nason of Nasonville, intend to leave next Monday for Newburg, Oregon. Their many friends extend to them best wishes for health and contentment in their new home.
A boy was born to Earl Gallaher and wife on March 25th, but it was of short life, and Monday morning it died.
Whisky was pretty cheap the day before election and the earth almost howled that night, but still and still marshall slept on, still.
A variation in the quietness of election day was caused by the burning out of a chimney on S. C. Bardman’s house. No damage done.
B. Dangers will soon leave this city with his family, for Ft. Atkinson, Wis where he has purchased a store building and will put in a stock of goods.
W. L. Newell moved some of his household effects to the farm of Ira Robbins, in the town of Fremont, Monday, where he will do the farmer act.
Mrs. Albert Harriman of Warrens Mills, is in the city visiting Mr. Harrisman’s parents, while he is getting started in a new location in the northern part of the state.
Last week Monday A. Benedict, of Wilcox, had a narrow escape from being burned out. It is supposed that the carpet was lying too near the stove pipe, and caught afire,but was discovered and extinguished before the flames had gained any headway.
Sunday, the editor of the PRESS happened to see a young lady sitting on a young gentleman’s lap, and lovingly resting in his arms. The PRESS has suitable stationery ready to print at any moment, at usual rates. Come and see us and we won’t say a word to a living soul. Honest.
THORP COURIER - John Budnik was the party taken to the county jail by Marshal Melhole last week, not Wm. Kemmerer as stated in last issue. Mr. Kemmerer paid his fine on a disorderly charge and was discharged.
Married, at the Douglas house in this village, on Monday evening, March 25 by Geo. Burke, P. J., Miss Alice Tenney and Melvin E. Weaver. The groom is a colored gentlemen while the bride is white, and this is the first marriage of the kind ever performed here.
COLBY PHONOGRAPH: C. R. Taylor tendered his resignation as a member of the soldiers’ relief commission , and Judge Salter appointed D. R. Freeman to fill the vacancy.
The saw mill and basket factory of Herman Buchmiller, at Unity, burned to the ground Thursday morning last, and was total loss, there being no insurance.
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