1893 4 January Christmas Irene Gillett
dictionary. assumed on Saturday with bond be during his found out the the Coroner. be been in Covington private some unfinished has retained during Watkins. SOCIAL ENJOYMENTS--PERSONAL HAPPEN- Â· INGS--BUSISIS3 NOTES. ConnESpONDK^pv or THE AQITATOR. l; DRAPER, December 8U--Mr. B. H. Warriner was 88 years did yesterday, and quite a number, of'.his friends relatives made him a very pleasant Mr. John C. Dibble is laid up blood-poisoning. Mrs. Mary Â£. Townsend has been having quite a severe time with quinsy. Mr. V. L. Reed is home from the woods with a bad cold. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dibble have into the woods to work'for Mr. A. vleit. - ' Mr. G. S. Willed lost a horse this week. " Mr. V: G. Ives's son also lost here one day this.wet'k. . ; There was a nice little hop at I.'Plnmley's last night. . - . ' ' Â· wMrs. Gillett received a Christmas present of four cords-of goou wood. Mr. J, W. Svmonds has been to his house with a bad cold. Miss Alta Torpy has. had her 'changed to Niles. Mr. Albert ^sborn is having quite hard time with a had cold. There was a Christmas-eve hop Herbin Symands's. Mr. Albert Osbome's family had a Christmas tree at their house, which a very enjoyable affair. . ' Mr. Henry Wilson had the to lose a horse a few days aso. inal seemed to bd mad like a hydrophobia, and would bite and everything that came in its way. The Stony Fork grist-mill is nearly reaily for business. :' . ' M r . R. L. Tomb is home wodds with what he thinks'some .rihsi Mrs. .L. H. Hotchkiss .has been sick with, the (rrjp. Mr. N. H. Comptou has been a very severe time with the neuralgia his face and head. Messrs. George Gee, of Marsh and S. G. Willcox, of Oimsville; their families, spent Christinas with Irene Gilleft, their mother-in-law. G.