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125 years ago - Nov. 25, 1892
R. J. Miller has sold his pony team to P. J. Brenneman, his brother-in-law. He said he would not have sold them but he knew they would go to good hands.
Sam D. Miller and Lizzie A. Fisher were married last Thursday.
John D. Miller and his best girl visited in Iowa county last Saturday.
Miss Ellen Timmens is sewing for Mrs. Albert Shaw.
Dr. Torrence will be here soon. He reached New York City several days ago.
Herve Carris and wife are here, called by the sickness of Mabel Carris.
The Taylor boys gang of carpenters are putting up a big new barn for Samuel Gingerich north of town.
Stert Steninger is clerk at the Lynch House.
Hamilton & Co. are putting in a new Fairbank scale at the stock yards.
Newt Gardener has bought out the Bull & Longwell meat market and will continue the business in his name.
Miss Ida Harmon was a Tuesday passenger for Dubuque, where she went to attend embalming lectures.
O. B. Ford informed us yesterday that the machinery for the new laundry has been ordered and they expect to be in running order by the first of the month. The laundry will be in connection with the creamery and the firm name Ford & Co. Success to the new enterprise.
Reynolds Amish and Kate Shrader, both living north of town, were united in marriage at St. Stanislus church.
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