H. A. McLane received a new single driver from Fargo Tuesday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Delamater Tuesday, April 9th, a girl, Mother and babe doing nicely.
Miss Minnie and Will Davis, of Gardner visited in town Sunday and Monday at Geo. Grants.
W. J. Morrish, of Fargo, and J. Morrish and W. L. Daniels of Page were visitors at the bank one day this week.
Christy Morrow had the misfortune to be kicked by a horse last week, which caused him to be quite sore for a few days, but he is at work again.
W. Hudson has the rock nearly all hauled for the foundation of the new house he will build in the north part of town, west of Mr. Nutting's residence in the near future.
John Fowler has returned from Scotland, where he spent the winter with his parents and children. He says “North America is good enough yet.” He has gone to Alberta where has farming interests.
May 23, 1912
The Erie school will hold eighth grade commencement exercise in the hall on Monday evening, May 27th, beginning at eight o'clock. Class play afterwards. Everybody is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Jefferson and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willert.
Mrs. Coffin, Clifford and Mrs. Coffin's mother Mrs. Provost left for Minneapolis Monday evening.
Everet Bingham is enjoying a visit from a cousin this week.
Mrs. H. W. Mosher and children returned Sunday from a few days' visit at Welcome Valley.
Mrs. L. Delamater spent a few days the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Sloan of Galesburg.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Woolwin are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wilting this week.
Mr. Gibson of Manitowoc, Wis., who has been visiting friends here, has gone back to his home.
Christ Beacom of Erie was killed Sunday afternoon while driving an auto. He had several passengers in the car with him and was speeding as well as zig-zagging across the road, when he lost control of his machine and ran into the ditch turning the machine over and in some way or other broke several ribs and sustained internal injuries from which he died several minutes later. He was buried at Erie on Tuesday.
Strayed away one yearling steer with red and white spots. Sam Mechtel, Erie, N. D.
Miss Edith Sloan was a Fargo visitor over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Nutting and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mosher spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Parsons(?) near Page.
Mrs. Cide North is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delamater.
George Massey spent Sunday in Fargo.
Mrs. Mathews is on the sick list this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nelson are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine young son last Wednesday.
The Willing Workers met with Mrs. Jenkins last Thursday and all report a very pleasant time.