1889 Parke County
Indiana Newspaper Items
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Republican, October 23, 1889
clover huller is with us again.
McMurtry, of Marshall, has had four teams hauling tile this week from the
mill here to his farm.
Phipps and Miss Ross A. Manley were married at Rockville on Saturday, Oct
12. A house will be built for them at Byron.
Gay, living in this neighborhood, dropped dead on last Friday morning and
was buried in the Bilbo graveyard Saturday. She was born in Randolph County,
N. C., in 1802, and had been a resident of this county for many years.”
MORRIS, one of our best young men, is studying civil engineering at Ann
BLUE, of Montezuma, visits these parts occasionally. A fair Quakeress of the
town is no doubt the terminus of the electrical wire.
SANDERS and wife arrived at home last week from a trip to Holdrege, Neb.,
where they had been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Huldah MILLER.”