April 22, 1909
There is considerable complaint over the breaking of quarantine regulations in the smallpox district northwest of Laura. Some persons seem disposed to disregard the quarantine rules.
Samuel Stimmel and Fay Brady left here Tuesday for Enid, Oklahoma, where they will spend the summer and perhaps remain permanently.
George Hardy returned home Tuesday from an extended stay in Chicago.
Mrs. Amy Cole and Mrs. John Gourley of Williamsfield were shopping in Laura Tuesday.
Miss May Laughlin of Macomb is making a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Alldredge.
J. I. Aby made a trip to Peoria last Saturday.
E. W. Davis was in Galesburg on business Monday.
Dr. Beamer is very dangerously ill and is in the hospital in Peoria for treatment. Mrs. Beamer was in Peoria over Sunday to be with him and returned to the city Tuesday.
The trial between Mrs. Dimmick and the Santa Fe railroad company over some horses killed by a train, has been postphoned to a later date.
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