1900 Parke County
Indiana Newspaper Items
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Tribune, December 26, 1900
Catlin, of near Columbus, and sister, of Terre Haute, were here last week as
witnesses in the Catlin and Remington lawsuit.
Moore gave her scholars a taffy party, Tuesday night of last week.
Cahill, of Rosedale, was here Thursday and Friday, to attend the trial of
his half-brother, Guy Humphrey.
Kellar and wife were in Terre Haute, Wednesday.
iron bridge across Little Raccoon has received a new coat of paint, and also
the small bridge by Charles Long’s. W. A. Hopper was the contractor.”
“Herschel Coffin, of Penn College, Iowa, is at home to spend the Christmas
Hopper went to Indianapolis today, to meet his bride, Miss Wilbur, of
Covington, Kentucky. They will be married in the Capital city, immediately,
and will return to this place to reside.
Russell is home for the holidays.
are out announcing the marriage of Miss Louisa Church, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Church, to Orris B. Heath, of Tangier, on New Year’s Day.