25 April 1901, Cameron County Press

Ed Counsel of Dents Run was a visitor in town one day last week.

Barclay Bro’s mill was idle a couple of days on account of the recent high water which reached the six foot mark.

The brass band recently organized here made their debut in public and are acquitting themselves very creditably.

The funeral of the late Judge Wykoff, notwithstanding the inclement weather, was one of the largest ever held in this place.

Abraham Thrain, the young Swede who has been so dangerously sick at Barclay Bro’s boarding house is much improved and is now on a fair way to recovery.

Rev. Faus, the new M. E. preacher, is being well received by our people and will undoubtedly be as popular as was Rev. Piper. This charge seems to be particularly fortunate in securing desirable ministers.