COMING AND GOING

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Myron Thornton, formerly of this city but who now travels out of Crookston, is visiting friends and relatives here during the holidays.

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MONEY CREEK.

Special to The Winona Republican—Aug. 19.

Mr. E. D. Northrop, who last week had a paralytic stroke, is better, as also Messrs. M. Gordon and Fred Slankee, each having been stricken with paralysis recently.

Mrs. David Johnson had a relapse last week, but is now in somewhat improved health.

Mr. Daniel Hines, of this township, now draws $30 per month pension from the government. He served during the war. He also drew $900 back pension.

Mrs. Daniel Moran of this town died very suddenly about a month ago. She was highly esteemed. She leaves a husband and a large family to mourn her death.

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Vance have returned from a visit to Joliet, Illinois.

Miss Effie Sinclair is visiting her sister at St. Cloud.

Myron Thornton and sister of Winona are visiting old neighbors and school mates. Mr. R. D. Cone was also in the valley last week, also D. E. Vance and family.

Mrs. Miller has nearlyt recovered from her recent illness.

Mr. and Mrs. Emery of Caledonia made a short visit last week.

Should the frost hold off until the corn is fully ripe there will be an unprecedented yield of all the staple crops. The weather has been most auspicious for stacking, and there is very little grain that is not in stack.

MONEY CREEK.

Special to The Winona Republican—Feb. 20.

The supervisors inspected the bridge on the highway crossing Money Creek, near Geaorge Hackett’s. It was pronounced in bad condition.

Mrs. Hiram Todd, who has been very sick, is now improving.

The Rev. W. A. Putnam and family add largely to the social as well as to the religious interest of this community. The sociables given richly repay for going.

Master Bently Sinclair, while sliding down hill, has his face badly bruised.

By the reports of the village schools for the month ending Feb. 12th it appears that in the grammar department the scholars neither absent nor tardy were Leslie Emery, Arthur Putnam, Myron Thornton, Nellie Whitehouse. In the primary department—Earl Beals, Fred. Bosworth, Anna Chapel, Jimmie Chapel, Mina Goodwin, Gilbert Todd, George Wilkins. Number of pupils enrolled 79; average daily attendance, 58.

Rev. George Rodgers, who preached at the Congregational church at Centerville, will move soon with his family, to his farm near the village.

Mr. S. Corey sold his steers to a Winona butcher. They weighed 1,100 each, and were 22 months old.

The following are the individuals in Money Creek paying over $10 in personal taxes, with the sum paid by each: Mrs. Jane Crosby, $41.17; R. C. McLeod, $25.60; James Noyes, $20.42; Moses Emery, $19.68; W. F. Sinclair, $18.85; John Campbell, $18.38; E. N. Berry, $17.92; Magnus Anderson, $15.75; J. Holland, $14.86; J. E. Bosworth, $14.69; Lafayette Wood, $13.69; W. H. Applebee, $11.34; Brann Bros., $10.58.

The town caucus will be held Wednesday, March 3.