Source: The Steuben-Republican Newspaper, 20 Mar 1901.
March 20, 1901
Pleasant Lake - Kate Fuller of Chesterton is visiting her sister
Minnie Huffman. The R.F.D. mail carriers are being fed maple
by the patrons these days. Worthy Tuttle went to New York City
to join Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show as a muscian in the Cowboy
This is his second year in the best band traveling. Earl Tuttle
Lulu Cogswell were married at the home of the bride’s parents in
Lake, 12 Mar 1901 by Rev. J. S. Smith. *Obituary of Magdalena
Orland- Thomas Haines and wife spent part of last week in Salem
their son Del Haines and family. Mrs. Fannie Paxon, Mother of
Jackman, who was reported dangerously ill last week, is reported better
present. Mrs. Inez Mock and children near Honey Lake, were guests
her Mother, Mrs. Carrie Pendall part of last week.
Fremont- Miss Anna Myers closed her school in Ray last
Ford Follett, E.B. Follett’s third boy has a notion to join the navy
and will start soon in New Jersey for training.
Locals- We can eat eggs now they have come down in price to
per hundred. Marriage licences issued this week for Abe Ralston
Addie Sowle, Henry Jackman and Belle Kogin.
Crooked Creek- Mrs. Patience Gray received a letter lately from
daughter Mrs. Laura Williams of Marion, Michigan, saying their home and
had been destroyed by fire.
Ellis- School commenced in the Starr and Woodworth school houses
Mrs. Ethel Chard is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
southeast of Angola. Mrs. G.Cassel has been visiting with her
Mrs. Frank Ellis of Bethel, Michigan and reports the arrival of a 10
baby boy born 9 Mar 1901.
Gage- Born 17 Mar 1901 to Mr. and Mrs. David Musser, a
Mrs. Lottie Rowe of Camden spent last Friday with her Mother, Mrs.
Nellie Evans of Coldwater, Michigan is visiting her sisters, Madge
and Zoe Burk.
S. Jamestown-On the sick list are Samuel Herald, Alva Spangle, and
Nevada Mills-T.E. Lucas is erecting a private phone from his
to his farm South of Orland. The funeral of Maria Collins took
at the Collins School.
Salem Center- Ralph Ousterhout is running his furnature shop
and day in order to have Frank Hughes furnature ready for him by April
Mr. Singer is now down with the smallpox at the home of Mr.
Mr. Singer helped to care for Mr. Warner when he was sick with the same
*Obituary of Mildred Dewitt.
Metz- Born to Fred Fast and wife, 14 Mar 1901, a son.
Gaskill has been visiting for the last few days with her uncle Ford
Flint- Arlie Gleason moves to the Fisk farm near Pleasant Lake,
week and Frank Clark of Hudson moves here. Mrs. George Cleveland
very well seeing the Prince of Whales now King of England at Bucyrus,
Hamilton- J. B. Zeigler and wife visited her brother I.A.
and family at Hudson last Sunday. Mortimer Sharp and family moved
Mrs. Eleanor Dirrim’s house recently vacated by Frank Lockamire. *
Death notice of William Fee’s wife.
Births- Born 18 Mar 1901 to Dewitt Ewers and wife, a daughter
second child. In Fremont T., 17 Mar 1901 to Joseph Stroh and
a son and 6th child.
Marriages- At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright in
T., 16 Mar 1901, Ora Eddy of DeKalb County and Miss Bertha Wright, W.H.
Justice of the Peace- R.F. Roads- Millgrove; W.L. Balch -
Daniel Grigg - York; Nelson J. Letts - Scott; James Turkey - Pleasant;
Kemery - Pleasant; John Cobert - Jackson; S.E. Ousterhout - Jackson;
Parsell - Salem; Frank Dreher - Salem; F. M. Kelley - Steuben; E.L.
- Steuben; J. W. Thomas - Otsego; John W. Goodale - Richland; Albert
Administrators Appointment - Estate of Anna L. Osborn
Notice of Petition to Sell - Estate of Dexter Robbins
Administrators Sale - Estate of Jane R. Smith
Submitted by: Jean Ann Childers