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waugaman - and few the farm a iy McFall W. weeks...
and few the farm a iy McFall W. weeks Eddyville. Eddyville, Jan. 26.--Mra. Waugaman, after a several siege of inflammation of the bowels, now able to sit up some, although yet strong enough to take solid Mrs. C. S. Smith of South Fift street, has been quite ill. William Allison Sr., is able to again after a few days' illness, and Saturday he went to Oskaloosa on short trip. Born, Thursday January 22, to M and Mrs. Joe Lee, of Coalfield, a pound daughter. Born, Saturday January 24, to M and Mrs. Jas. Davies of Lost a large ten pound girl. Wm. Roberts of Lost Creek, had right elbow quite badly burned a days ago by getting against a ho stove. Mrs. Longdon of Sand Ridge is s ' is 0 i V* -* 1 HI a r. sn [r. k, is w ot ill

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  1. Ottumwa Daily Courier,
  2. 26 Jan 1903, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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