Sterling Daily Gazette Sterling. IL 13 April 1887
FroraC<)'de. April 12—Departed this life after lingering illness of nearly two years at the residence pf his father iu Malvern, on the morn of April the 8th, Frank Detro, aged 14 years and two months. The buggy of Jacob M. Waters was upset on Sunday last, and his wife was ihiownjjut^anjLliyuredJu-her-backand one arm and face. It occurred at Mr, Detro's' residence just as the fun.eral was leaving the house. It was caused by A. Becht, team and 'buggy coming in contact with it. Frank Reynolds, son^of Ileman Reynolds Reynolds of Mt. Pleasant, Is very sick. His sickness started with inflammation of the bowels. A ilock of wild geese stopped to rest and feed iu Fred Dutcher's wheat Held on Sunday last. ' School election on Saturday evening next. No excitement up to present time In distriet.four. Wm. W. Horning wife, and daughter, Mrs. Heagl'ey and Mrs. Rittenhouse left for Brown county, Dakota, on Fri- their^uture home. Mrs. Rittenhouse is past eighty years. • We have had a few 'warm days and the farmers are busy. , • .Mrs. VVolber and Mrs.A. Daniel were visiting at Wm. Detro. Mrs. Wolber resides at present in DIxon. Our butcher will soon commence operating operating on his route with beef. Our flab, man left for Savanna yesterday. yesterday. We expect him around soon with some brain food.' Constable sale in the village • jester day; It drew a small crowd. Gardening is in full operation ate present time. ________ AMMON.