Jesse Hudson, of Chicago, is visiting Clyde Channel for a few days.
Gilbert Masters, of Chicago, with the P., C C & St L. R R, is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Masters, for a short time.
Mrs. Miles Masters, who had been visiting her sister in Pennsylvania, and was expected to remain until October, was called suddenly home to the bedside of her husband, who has been confined at his home for the past three weeks. Mr. Masters is much better at this writing.
Mrs. Robert Wilson, of Stewart, Ill., who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brees, returned to her home on Tuesday.
I understand one of our boys “set ’em up” on Friday evening last, and all the other boys had a good time at his expense. Such is life.
Martin Welke has a good crop of grapes, and expects to have some fine wine this coming winter.
The river is fast falling, much to the disgust of our mill-owners.
G. G. Galloway has started up the hydraulic cider press.
Miss Etta Barnes, of Chicago, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos Barnes, and will remain until September.
Channel and Co., are shipping a quantity of tile and brick.
Mrs. W. Van Etten, of Batavia, and three children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Trumbo.
Threshing is going on lively in these parts, and help seems to be scarce.
Wilmot Van Etten, formerly of this burg, but now of Batavia, leaves on August 22nd for Boston to take charge of an excursion train for California.
Wm. Ribes, of Ottawa, is repairing the kilns for J. W. Channel & Co.
From present indications Dayton will be well represented at the old settlers’ picnic and Pawnee Bill’s Historic Wild West show on Thursday.
- [Ottawa] Republican-Times, August 23, 1900, p. 4, col. 4