Lewis Motter has his hog house completed and some other buildings roofed.
Mrs. Mary Bostater is now staying with Mrs. Tilla Hartshorn of Ney.
B. F. Kintner made a business trip to Defiance last Monday.
The Chickasaw Union Sunday school are preparing to have a Christmas ladder on Christmas eve.*
S. A. Kintner went to Defiance last Monday to commence work in the Defiance Machine Works.
George, son of C. F. Gollar, took the finest 'porkers' of the season to Welker & Webber at Ney. They were 240 days old and weighed 280 pounds, each.
Henry Myers sings 'baby mine' to a sweet little boy that arrived at his house a short time ago.
Wm. Walker, Jr. and family of Tomari were visiting in these parts last week. He had to close his school on account of 35 of his scholars having the measles, there being 47 scholars on the roll."**
*Visit The Blue Willow House for information on the tradition of Christmas ladders.
**Where is Tomari or is this misspelled? Isn't this a reminder of how quickly measles can spread?