----Source: Humbird Enterprise Date: 1-15-1910
Mark Russell is helping in Stallard’s store with the inventory work.
Mrs. V. Hein has been under the doctor’s care the past week, and is quite ill.
Isaac Horel was called to Braidyville Iowa, by the sickness and death of his last surviving brother Elijah Horel.
Geo. Gleason was in town last Tuesday, first time for some time Mr. Gleason is much better than he was in the fall months.
P.E. Peterson, of Greenwood, was in town Wednesday evening delivering new policies for a nutual fire insurance company.
John Repplinger, Mrs. Enright and Matt Repplinger have returned to their homes in Illinois and Missouri. They were called here by the illness of their mother. Mrs. Repplinger has been removed from her place to the home of her son Frank, where she can be better cared for. She is in quite feeble condition.
G. E. Stanley is home on a layoff nursing a lame neck, the result of an accident in the Altoona yards Tuesday night. He with two other Trainmen were sleeping in their caboose, and a passenger engine which was being taken to the round house ran full speed into the car. The car was nearly demolished and that Mr. Stanley escaped with so slight an injury is a mystery.
Ole Wilman is building a barn for Frank Koboski.
C. E. Watson and Chas. Holman are hauling rock for bridges.
Bernard Bequette, of Melrose, was the guest of his father this week.
B. S. Bequette was a caller in town one day the last of the week on his way back to Melrose after a visit with relatives in Cleveland.
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