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FEB.11, 1897
J.W. Belshaw, editor
  • DAVE DILLEY, of Hebron was on our streets Saturday.
  • LEWIS CHILDERS has moved to the Castle farm at Oak Grove.
  • E.E. RAOGN and wife spent Sunday with relatives in Creston.
  • Born to Mr. and Mrs. JAMES LITTLE Febuary 5, a son.
  • KATE and ALICE BROWNELL of Plum Grove, were on our streets Sunday.
  • ALICE BURNS, of East Chicago, who has been visiting here for a short time
  • returned home Sunday.
  • Miss EVA DYER, of Sherburnville, Ill., is visiting friends in our city.
  • PAUL HATHAWAY,who has been quite ill, is again able to be on the streets.
  • CHAS. BROWNELL, attended Commissioner's court at Crown Point Friday.
  • Attys. WOOD and DWYER trnasacted legal business in Crown Point several days the past week
  • County Supt. F.E. COOPER and Trustee Foster visited schools in West Creek the fore part of this week.
  • Supt. COOPER and Trustee LOVE visited the school at Shelby last Friday. They report the school in a prosperous condition.
  • Rev. J.B. SITES has commenced a series of meetings at the West Creek Church and will continue the same for some time.
  • Mrs. JOSEPH G. CHILDERS has rented the Thorn building recently vacated by WM. GRANT, and will open up a millinery store.
  • WM. GRANT has moved into the Johnson building on the South side of Commercial Avenue, here he has one of the finest tonsorial parlors in Northern Indiana.
  • The Epworth League will give a social at the residence of DOLON HAYDEN Friday evening. Papers will be read on the subject of "The New Woman."
  • While working on the ice at Cedar Lake, WM. KOBELIN had the misfortune to freeze one of his finger. Inflamation set in and as a result Will carries his arm in a sling.
Submitted by Jack Childers
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