The Putnam Record, Florid, April 13, 1885
Dr. O'Neil made a trip to Chicago last week to lay in a supply of drugs
Matrimonial knots tied with neatness and dispatch in the latest and most approved style by J. B. Albert, J. P.
We would respectfully call the attention of road commissioners to the piece of road between Mr. David Nixon's and Jason Dunlavy's houses. It has been almost impassible and dangerous to ride over by night.
Little Sylvia Ham, who has been quite sick with typhoid malaria fever is making a good recovery with a attention of Dr. J. F. O'Neil.
Mrs. George Taylor has been very sick with remittent fever but at present writing is reported some better.
Mrs. Leech and Miss Templeton have recovered from a spell of sickness of a couple of weeks duration.
Mr. And Mrs. Thomas Hetrick have their place in order and intend to go into housekeeping soon if the weather is favorable.
Our carpet weaving establishment changed hands recently and is now ran by Adam Daub over Mr. Brock'' shop.
An election will be held Saturday afternoon to fill the vacancy of the retiring member of the school board
February 5, 1885
Mr. Barns and James, George Hopkins and daughter Eva of Granville, Gus Cassell of Florid, Eugene Anderson, and Lad Mueller of Hennepin have gone to New Orleans to attend the Word's Fair
Florid, March 19, 1885
Ephriam Cassell has sold his land northwest of Florid to John Gallaher and has moved to Nebraska where he expects to buy a farm near his brother Calvin. His wife and three sons will start for Nebraska, March 19th and will stop at Kansas City and visit her brother for a few days.
August 6, 1885
Aunt Rose Allen of Cottage Hill missed her footing one day of last week and falling across a lounge, has not been able to sit up much since.
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