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Title: State Line
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George Moore is moving into the Mrs. Elder property at State Line.

The Christian church will give an oyster supper at I.O.O.F. Hall February 16.

James Maderia is on the sick list.

C.V. Clem had business in Williamsport Monday.

John Murphy will soon move to State Line and retire. James O., his son, will run the farm.

The heavy rains Sunday spoiled the sleighing the boys were anticipating.

The I.O.O.F. supper for members and families at their Hall Thursday night was a decided success. Good music, good behavior, plenty to eat and an emjoyable time for all.

James Lucas left for LaFayette where he will resume his old position as fireman on the Monon.

E.R. Menefee and son Charles gave their musical entertainment at the Forest Hill school house Friday evening to a well filled house. This was their first entertainment this season, and good fortune for the future is predicted by all who have heard them thinking they will make a success financially as well as musicians and entertainers.

Mr. Lowe is a young man and few have as bright a future as he. They are having their uniforms made and large advertising bills struck. They will start ont he stage about March 1st, when they will devote their time to their entertainment known as "The Menefee Musical Company."

Lewis Cavanaugh has put in a full supply of groceries, with Chas, White manager.

Date: 1/1/1901
Origin: The Warren Republican
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Record ID: 00002499
Type: Periodical
Source Archive: Warren County Historical Society
Date Entered: 8/10/2001
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Entered By: Amber M Knipe

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