Mabel Cease was a Ripon visitor on Tuesday.
A. W. Bonesteel was in Ripon on business Monday.
John Clark and Byron Cassidy were in town Wednesday.
Mr. Butterfrodt returned from Brandon Saturday evening.
C. F. Keuhn of Horicon was a Fairwater visitor Tuesday.
C. A. Smith & Co. are busy taking their usual inventory.
Clude and Roy Abercrombie of Omro spent the holidays here.
Mrs. Freiheit died last week, leaving an infant ten days old.
A. Marchant is busy this week inventorying his stock of goods.
Deil Perrine of Mackford was in the village Wednesday with grain.
Bom - To Mr. And Mrs. Frank Loeckelt - a son- last week Friday.
Fred Clark and family of Green Lake, vitited friends here, Tuesday.
Chas. Markus returned home Monday after a pleasant visit at Columbus.
Louis Kenyon went to Fond du Lac Monday to attend county board meeting.
Mrs. A. Masolnek and daughters returned from Milwaukee Monday evening.
Mrs. Bagley has moved from her farm on Green Lake prairie to this village.
Messers. Batson and Vaughan were in Ripon Tuesday, looking after blooded stock.
Mr. and Mrs. Courrrier of Utley arrived home from a pleasant visit to Chicago Saturday.
The Misses Ella, Amanda and Hulda Block spent New Years at Mrs. A. W. Arndt's in Markesan.
Roy and Art Wikkerink and Oscar Cease were up from Milwaukee for the holidays, returning Monday.
Mrs. W. H. Doan of Eau Claire is here taking care of her daughter, Mrs. Al Vandyne, who is very sick.
I. J. Williams has returned from a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends at Marinette, Peshtigo and Green Bay.
Cashier Griffith, of the Fairwater State Bank, was at Kingston Tuesday on insurance business.
Mrs. Core [?], who has been cook at Cease's hotel, went to Brandon to nurse Mrs. Scott, who is an invalid.
Wm. Block has completed his ice packing for this year, August Arndt of Markesan, assisted him in the work.
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. A. Miller have lost their only child, a daughter about a year old. Funeral took place Tuesday.
Al Vandyne has secured the services of Henry Kluge, a No. I blacksmith, and is now ready to do all kinds of blacksmithing and horseshoeing. Mr. Kluge is noted for his work in the northern camps as a horseshoer.
Rev. J. W. Haggerty of Ridgeville, Ind., came Tuesday evening and will plan to be with us until the last of next week, visiting his daughter, Mrs. Gertrude McCune, and his many old friends.
Tinkham Bros. are headquarters again this season for Plymouth binder twine at both Fairwater and Brandon, and they are taking orders guaranteeing the price to May 1 as heretofore. Get the best, instead of that which is claimed to be "just as good as Plymouth."
[Transcriptions courtesy Barb Vande Brink]