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Salesville - J. H. Bond and family, of Lore City, attended the funeral of his brother here last Thursday.
[Cambridge Jeffersonian, Jan 3, 1901]

Grand Ridge - Rev. G. G. Boyd, of this place and Rev. J..M. Wood, of near Cambridge , conducted the funeral services of Mrs. Redd.
[Cambridge Jeffersonian, Jan. 11, 1900 - Sub by L. Dietz]

The family of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ford enjoyed a very pleasant reunion at the home of their parents on Foster ave., Tuesday. This is the first time in eighteen years that the entire family have been together. The children are, J. T. Ford, George Ford, Clark Ford, Hayes Ford, W. S. Ford and Miss Emma Ford of this city, W. F. Ford of Lore City, Grant Ford of Alliance, and Mrs. Wm. Caldwell of Janesville, Wis. An elegant dinner was served. Mr. E. J. Ford has been ill for some time but was able to leave his bed and be with his children on this occasion.
[Cambridge Jeffersonian, Jan 3, 1901 - Sub by FoFG]

Sugar Tree - J. F. Gillespie and wife attended the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Lawrence, at Antrim the 23d.
[Cambridge Jeffersonian, Jan 3, 1901]

Grand Ridge - William Jenkins, of Washington , was the guest of Joseph Hughes over Sabbath day.
[Cambridge Jeffersonian, Jan. 11, 1900 - Sub by L. Dietz]

Grand Ridge - John Sigman who has been living near Cambridge is visiting his sister, Mrs. James Hughes.
[Cambridge Jeffersonian, Jan. 11, 1900 - Sub by L. Dietz]

Grand Ridge - Good broom corn is selling here as high as $200 a ton.
[Cambridge Jeffersonian, Jan. 11, 1900 - Sub by L. Dietz]

 
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