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Unknown newspaper, Meigs County, Ohio May?, 1915
Darwin May? 3. The recent rains and warm weather have made excellent pasture much to the benefit of the farmers as feed is quite scarce. Dr. E. I. Stanley of Albany was called Friday to see Miss Bernice Howett who is quite sick. J. S. Landaker who has spent the past two months with his on Orr and family of Niagara, N Y is here for a weeks visit before leaving for Minnesota where he will spend the coming summer with his son Howard and family. George Sanborn was doing some plastering for Al Beal of Pratts Fork Thursday. A. C. Howett who has been working at Athens, returned home last week. Mrs. and Mrs. Millard Quivey were visiting relatives at Pleasant Hill Sunday. Homer Willard of Hemlock Grove spend Sunday with Harve Chaney. Mrs. Will St. Clair was visiting her mother Mrs. Della Carmen of Bunker Hill the first of the week. Miss Edith Whaley was the guest of her niece Mrs. Mabel Lee Thursday. Fred Cullums has been assisting Jesse Sanborn with his farm work. Mrs. George Howett and daughter Bertha spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Athens. Work has resumed on the oil well after being suspended for the past week waiting for a new cable. John St. Clair expects to move on Wesley Carmen's farm near Rocksprings in the near future. Mrs. Alma Howett is assisting Mrs. George Biggs with her papering. (Transcribed by Kay Williams)
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