News: The Clark Republican and Press 8-29-1895
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 8-29-1895
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Sunday, August 25th, twin boys.
Sam Calway who has been ill for the last five weeks, is again seen on the streets.
J. W. Page started for Dover, Maine, Monday, for a visit with friends and relatives.
Everett Brooks is visiting his brother Herb Brooks and family in this city this week.
Lena Zussenhaus has been visiting relatives and friends in Colby and other places in the northern part of the county the past few days.
Harry Baldwin, brother of Mrs. S. H. Esch, and a former resident of this city, passed through Merrillan Saturday on his way to Superior from Sparta.
Happy go Lucky Lon Brooks of Lynn, brought a load of sheep to this city Monday, which he sold to our stock buyers and seemed to be well pleased with the price he got for them.
Elmer Harrington started Tuesday for a trip through the northern part of Wisconsin, into Minnesota and Michigan, in the interest of the Novelty Manufacturing company of this city.
Andrew Hockenson, foreman of Paul’s lumber camp No. 6, will go to Withee next Monday to start camp work. He will take about twenty men to start with, and get more as he requires them.
Miss Cora Dopp, who has been teaching school in Everett, Wash. For two years, returned to this city, her former home, Monday for a vacation. She will probably not return west until next spring, when she has been engaged to resume her school duties. Miss Dopp has given the best of satisfaction in teaching in that far away country and would have taught again this fall, but she feels that a rest is needed. She was accompanied as far as Altoona by Mrs. Cooley, formerly Kitty Cross, who attended the high school in this city some years ago. Mrs. Cooley will make her many friends in this city a visit before her return to the west.
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