June 07 1901
Franklin Forks - All that remains of the acid factory in this place is a few old timbers and the tall chimney, and the timbers and boards the Tiffany brothers will soon have in ashes. AND A butcher's wagon from South Montrose has been through town a few times, which is quite a treat to those at whose places it called, as we have had no regular butcher here this summer.
Heart Lake - Some of the young men went to Binghamton on Monday to see Buffalo Bill. AND There will be a dance at Griffin's pavilion Wednesday evening, June 19. The public is invited.
Lanesboro - At a meeting of the school board Monday evening the following teachers were elected for next term: Principal, Wm. Denison; assistant, Mary A. Donovan; intermediate, Leora F. VanLoan; primary, Mable E. Taylor. The assistant in the primary school has not been elected yet.
South Gibson - Mrs. Belcher and daughter started on Thursday for Dawson City, Alaska, where Mrs. Belcher is called as executrix to settle the estate of her son, Frank, who died there a few months ago. The young man is said to have made over half a million of dollars in the Alaska gold fields.
Susquehanna - Major Levi J. McCauley, ex-Auditor-General, who has just been elected Commander of the Pennsylvania G.A.R., was formerly and for several years a resident of this place. He is a one-armed veteran. At the beginning of the civil war his father, the late Capt. John McCauley, raised in this place, Co. K, 6th Penn'a Reserves. AND J.B. Fenner has sold his Main street photograph gallery to J.W. Coone, recently Erie Station Agent at Brandt.
Hallstead - Mrs. Alden of Church street went over the river to Dr. Wingate's a short time ago and had 28 teeth extracted at one sitting.