3 July 1907
Mrs. James Calvert died at her home in this village Saturday night. The funeral was held from the Catholic Church Monday forenoon and the remains interred in the Log Church Cemetery.
Too many “List of Assessment” listed and no space for local news.
10 July 1907
We have had so little space of late that many interesting news items of late have been crowded out, buy we have to obey the law, even if John D. doesn’t and publish tax assessments whether or no.
Saturday night the two year old son of Mr. John Reitz of Blanding was kicked in the stomach by a horse and seriously injured, but his physician thinks that the little fellow will come through all right.
One night a week or two ago, Will Potter, heard his dogs barking and getting up and investigating, found that the dogs had a wildcat up a telephone pole. Will shot the animal which weighed nearly thirty pounds.
Mr. Walter Calvert accidently cut his hand on some broken window glass the other day, incapacitating himself so that he is unable to work.
17 July 1907
Mrs. Mary Calvert died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Chapman on Monday afternoon, and the funeral was held from the late residence at ten o’clock this morning, Rev. J. C. Warnock officiating and the remains were interred in the Log Church Cemetery.
This week finishes the tax assessments for four years to come and maybe there won’t be any list to publish four years hence if Uncle Joe Cannon gets to be president.
Mrs. George Smith died at her home in South Hanover on Friday, last and the funeral was held from the family residence at two o’clock Sunday afternoon, Rev. McGregor officiating, and the remains interred in the Lost Mound Cemetery.
24 July 1907
Under the auspices of the Woman’s Missionary Society of the United Presbyterian church, an Egyptian social, will be held at the home of Mrs. Wm. Speer, Thursday evening at seven thirty o’clock.
Miss Anna Belle Ferrier, who spent three years in Egypt, will tell something of the life and customs of the people, and display some curios and pictures she brought home.
Egyptian refreshments will be served in native fashion. A cordial invitation is extended to all. A fee of ten cents will be charged.
Mrs. Caroline Pratt’s family, who have been suffering from small pox is now out of quarantine, but it has been a heavy blow to them as their fruit crop on which they largely depend for a livelihood has been a complete loss and this in addition to doctor’s bills will make it a severe drawback to the family.
The Hanover band gave an ice cream social on the lawn adjoin Clint Farwell’s restaurant last Wednesday evening, and the boy’s cleared over eight dollars by the transaction, furnishing music while their patrons ate ice cream.
Messrs. Walter Calvert and George Robinson went to Stockton yesterday where they expect to work for a time.