Source: Steuben - Republican Newspaper, Angola, IN 15 November
1893 Page 1 Col 5
November 15, 1893
-- Flem Bodley is clerking for G.N. Bodley
-- The dog poisoner has commenced his work again.
-- The church at Fairview is having protracted meetings.
-- Charley Johnson will return from Michigan City in a few days.
-- Charles Delancey has opened a boot and shoe repair shop over
--Many farmers are having their hay and straw baled and will ship
--Mrs. H.O. Spellman's father, G. C. Bostwick , of Covert, Michigan,
-- This is said to be good weather for lagrippe, and there are a
fewcases in Angola.
-- William Bigler, formerly of Angola, has moved from Hudson, Ind.,to
-- Mrs. Daniel Orewiler, just north of the Christian church, is
reportedvery ill with lung fever.
--T. R. Gilbert is at Worthington, O., attending the funeral of
hisfather. His son Newton accompanied him.
-- The ladies of the Christian church are making arrangements for
theirThanksgiving dinner at the rink.
--The sale of the Seneca Dutter personal property last Saturday
passedoff to the satisfaction of all concerned.
-- A fire at Fort Wayne last Saturday destroyed the Academy
ofMusic building. the Aldine hotel and several other large blocks.
-- W.H. Twichell and wife,also Theodore Miller contemplate a visitto
thesunny south soon to spend all or part of the coming winter.
--Carl, son of J. W. Cowen, our former townsman, has been visiting in
Angola for a few days. His mother is visiting in Orland. Mrs. Cowen and
familyreside in St. Louis, Missouri.
--Arnold Tompkins is at work this week in a county teachers'
instituteinPennsylvania, where he will receive $150 for five days. That
state providesa fund of
$300 each year for every county institute.
--there will be but few bushels of winter apples gathered in
Submitted by: Jean Ann Childers