News: The Clark Republican and Press 1-18-1894
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 1-18-1894
S. F. Jaseph is putting in his time now days at Granton settling up the business of D. E. Barker, who was burned out a short time ago.
Chas. Sternitzky, of Lynn, was in the city Saturday in attendance at the meeting of the Clark County Agricultural Society, held at the court house.
Carl Neverman has been making internal repairs in the building formerly occupied as a peanut shop by Joe Lowe and will hereafter occupy the same for a bakery and store.
John Steinfelt, of the town of York, transacted business in the city last Monday. This is the first visit John has paid our town for several months, and he was almost a stranger to us.
Uncle James Hewett, Oscar Wright and Herb Brooks and their wives drove up to Uncle Jones Tompkins’ residence near Greenwood on Sunday last to extend their congratulations to his and his bride. The day was warm and pleasant which made their drive and visit all the more enjoyable, and they report having had a jolly time together. Uncle Jones, his bridge and Mrs. James Hewett entertained the company with songs and music. Long live Jones and his newly wedded bride.
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