Garden Grove Express Garden Grove, Iowa Sept 7, 1893
Rev. W. S. FLANAGAN returned home Tuesday.
L. W. SULLIVAN started to Chicago Saturday afternoon.
Evron BRUCE returned home to Primrose, Iowa, last Friday.
Mrs. Amanda STONE of Wyoming, Ill. is visiting Mrs. S. METIER this week.
John MCKIBBEN and Union HANOVER started Saturday for the World's Fair.
Hon. Bryson BRUCE went to Des Moines Monday to attend the State Fair.
Thos. BOYCE and C. S. STEARNS were at Leon Monday and Tuesday as witnesses.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. JORDAN, Allie and Otto started for the World's Fair Wednesday.
Mrs. Almira JUDD and Mabel returned home Thursday, after an extended visit to Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. ARNOLD and Mr. and Mrs. T. B. DANIEL went to the state fair Tuesday.
Mrs. C. S. STEARNS and Miss Lizzie WILSON returned home from the World's Fair Monday afternoon.
L. H. NORTHRUP returned from Colorado Wednesday. He reports times there much harder there than here.
Miss Mary BEER came Monday from Chicago on a visit to her parents and friends who were very glad to see her.
I. N. MCPHERRIN's father is quite sick at Clarinda. He was out to see him the first of last week. At last reports he was some better.
Rev. DUFF of Lineville, has been visiting his brother, the Doctor, the past few days. He preached some very able sermons at the tabernacle.
Rev. BEER terminated his vacation by returning home from southwest Mo. Tuesday. He did not receive much benefit from his trip as he was sick part of the time he was gone.
Aaron ATEN started for Chicago Saturday in company with his two granddaughters, Clara and Stella. He will remain several weeks with his son Ed, and of course visit the World's Fair.
Major WEMPLE and family enjoyed very much a visit from his brother Mark, of Chicago, last week. Mr. Wemple is a traveling salesman for a Chicago house, and is like the Major, a very pleasant genial gentleman.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. BARKHUFF, of Tingley, were here Friday to attend the funeral services of Mr. and Mrs. Frank CLINE's child. Walter reports business in his line, furniture, is good, besides plenty of carpenter work.
General and Mrs. COX of Tioga Co., Pa., came Friday on a visit to C. D. WHEELAND, who is a brother of Mrs. COX, and Mrs. W. T. WATERS a niece. They visited the World's Fair and extended their visit to friends here. The General was a brilliant officer in the late war. And although quite aged he is well preserved. We were glad to meet him.