Iowa Old Press
Emmetsburg, Palo Alto Co, Iowa
24 Feb 1891
Bert KINGSLEY was a Chicago visitor last week.
Mrs. L. ABBOTT went to Chicago a few days ago.
A.K. of P. lodge will soon be instituted at Ruthven.
Mr. and Mrs. HUDSON of Fairfield township mourn the loss of their little
A son of O.O. WILLIAMS is learning the printing trade in the Reporter
Mrs. L.J. MURPHY, who has been quite ill for several days is some better.
James LYNCH of Fort Dodge is visiting his daughter, Mrs. SHERLOCK of Great
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DEAN will move into one of the GODDEN houses.
A new girl is reported at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert ROBERTS of Jackson,
J.H. GODDEN will build another residence west of his marble factory.
P.JOYCE is preparing the record for another addition to Emmetsburg.
Julius JACOBSON of Highland township and Miss Anna ADAMSON of Walnut
township were married in this city Thursday.
A few days ago Brother Al ADAMS of the Humboldt Independent had the
misfortune to dislocate one of his shoulders.
John RASHFORD of this city died last week.
Mr. James JENNINGS and Miss Josie CAHILL were married in this city
Fred ROBERTS was down from Estherville Friday night to attend the K.P.
Judge CARR was called to Spencer Monday as a witness in a case.
Timothy McGUIRE of Rossville, Iowa, is visiting his sister, Mrs. John
O'BRIEN of Great Oak.
George NELSON is trying to rent a house. This looks suspicious, George.
Mrs. MILLERKE of Ruthven has sued Mr. MESICK for $5,000 for defamation of
Daniel BLACKWENN of Fairfield township celebrated his 72nd birthday February
T.J. COLLINS has been quite ill for several days.
James SCOTT, Sr., is recovering from a severe attack of the grip.
Mr. L. HYNES and Miss Clara LOGAN of Spencer were married at Ruthven
yesterday by Father CARROLL.
Mr. and Mrs. McNALLY's little girl died last night. She was 16 months old.
Mr. MULRONEY of Ruthven is planning on building a new brick store.
Marrriage licenses have been issued to P.P. SWIFT and Mary CARROLL, T.
MONSAGER and Mary J. THOMPSON, Charles E. GRAVES and Mary E. PEASE, Charles
E. RUEHLE, Jr. and Clara WESSAR.
Mrs. Ann ALLERTON died last Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R.C.
Mr. James PENDERGAST and Miss Catherine ROACH were married at Whittemore
Mr. J.H. UNDERWOOD and Miss Josephine DUNCAN were married in this city
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Iowa Old Press
Palo Alto County