Clipped From Estherville Daily News
-Sibley • Gazette: The Burlington Hotel at F.stherville burned Wedoes' day night. This leaves the town without any hotel as the other one was burned a short time ago. The Gaaetto is mistaken. Esthr.r- vi'He has a large hotel left and a number of restaurants and boarding houses. The town can still accommodate a good_ crowd but is a little handicapped. — PWiior Tom Larson, of Little Rook, is getting »vrathy He says; "Several of our exchimges (-ast of here say that it is "rumored" that we are soon to start a new.--paper at Wallingford. Rumors are. not vi -ry exjK'nsive. We are in ii position lo know that it will take all of ouriinie iind nior ^i loo, to pulilfsh the I 'ree -Lanco. (Jive us a rest!'" The .lackson Uepulic of December in says: ,1UHI twenty years ago (ieorge Ridley and Miss Barber, and Inis. W. nillniiin antl Miss Pike were he liap|)y and weU-b «4 )aved party from Kstherv ille that acoom(uuiied '^•iink Diivey iu his matrimonial trip o .laekson this week. The liepnhlic iel<nowledget. a pleasant call from the pill ly. .Mars hall town TiiBes-Ropubliean: F. Anderson arrived home I'riday Snnu F.stherville, where bo h:id l>i'en on liusinesH. Mr. Anderson was one (-f about forty guests who weie in the Burlington Hotel when the iiniUling .;anght fire early Thursday inoining. Mr. Anilerson was in the tliird story and hiii-ely escaped with his J>os^;e8- sions before it wtta too late The editor of the S(iirit Lake Beacon, itseems-to the writer, was evidently nQt thinking of Mie splendid banquet prepared by the senior cooking club of this city at the 'ifiie of the editorial meeting "ver iliree yeart ago, when he wn>i.- the following: "Estherville has or^'iii;i/.ed a cooking club. The Wuiil papers will soon l)e speckled with .ei.-^ of dispepsia cures."