Short News Items from 1909

Egbert D. Chittenden is very ill with bronchitis and heart trouble at his residence, 42 Apple street. (Muskegon Chronicle, January 11, 1909)

J.J. Walling returned this morning from a two months trip during which he went to the finest parts of California. He reports a very plaeasant [sic] trip but is glad to get back to Nampa valley where there are fewer storms and greater opportunities for getting on in the world than in the famed citrus belt.—Nampa Leader-Herald. (Caldwell Tribune, March 13 1909)

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walling of the Jeanne Russell Company, now appearing at the Edmonton Opera House, were passengers south by the afternoon express yesterday. (Edmonton Journal, June 7, 1909)

Claude Toner and A. Casteel of Yaquina went through to Corvallis Monday morning. They will attend the Oregon Agricultural College this winter. (Lincoln County Leader, October 1, 1909)

Mrs. W.C. McConnell and Miss Ada McConnell have gone to Washington, D.C., where Miss Ada enter Fairmont school. (Adrian Daily Telegram, October 8, 1909)

There will be a dance at the Henry Low ranch tonight. Everyone is cordially invited. (Klamath Falls Evening Herald, December 3, 1909)

Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Peaslee and family went to Portland on the boat Monday. They intend to make that city their home, as they have recently disposed of their farm property at Zena. (Polk County Observer, March 25, 1910)


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