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Sharon

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Parent Issue
Day
31
Month
March
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
Obituary
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Ed. M.Pierce has moved on the oíd hpiuesteád.
Mrs. Gottlieb Kuehnle has been seriously ill. N. C. Dixon has moved on a farm near Lansing. Albert Trolz is moving into E. M. Pierce's house. David DuBoise is about to removp to Sharon Hollow. Omer Nordman, of Norvell, was iu town last Snuday. Mrs. J. Q. A. Cook, oí Moirice, is visiting relative here. Louis F. Wisner is abont to remove on a farm near Clinton The democratie cancus was held at the town hall last Saturday. The young people had a jjarty at Mrs Helen Gillet 's last week. Bernhard Kuhl has been snfferiug iroin an attack of inflammation of the inngs. Somejof onr young folks attended a party at Bert Honlton's in Norvell iast Thnrsday evening. Amoug those coufirmed at Emanuel's church in Manchester last Sunday, were Carrie B:ss, Mertie Knhi and Martha Meyer, of this town. Mrs. Sarah DuBoise died at h"r resideuce in Sharon Hollow on Wt'duesday, at the age of 91. The funeral was from the house on Sanday, Rev. Shier officiating. Among tlios; preseut were D. A, DuBoise. of Detroit, Dell and Jeau Tnrck, of Brooklyu aud (fuy aud David Speer, of Somerset. S. W. Merithew was choseü chairïnaD, E. M. Pierce clerk, aud Eert D. Rose and Alfred Swythe tellers. The followiug ticket was uominated : SnperviscT, Williain F. Hall ; clerk, Ashley Parks; treasurer.Beu Hnesmau ; justice of the peace, Stephen W. Merrithew ; highway commissioner, Alexaiider A. Brooks; school inspector, Mtrrick Burch ; inember board of review, Alfred C. Smythe.