Lyle column: diptheria, new business

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Wednesday, February 6, 1889
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The last case of diphtheria has recovered, and we are again free from the dreadful disease.

Peter Hansen is nursing a boil on his right hand. Not a very big thing, but requires a lot of

A good bank is an institution that would receive a hearty welcome and a liberal support in

We hear Lyle is to have a new meat market, with P. C. West, of Otranto, and Chet Wilder

Miss Agnes Burke, our popular post-mistress visited Austin lately and attended the Nevada

Louis Sherman was home last week on vacation, nursing a sore throat. He returned to his
school duties Monday.

Tom Hickok has been having a serious time of it lately. He is suffering with an abscess in the
side, and a derangement of the nervous system.

Mrs. Collins and children are expected home this week from their visit to Waukon, Wis. The children
have been quite ill during most of their visit.

Our schools will commence next Monday, provided no further cases of diphtheria are developed. Miss
Bertha Case, of Austin, and Miss Alice Welch, of Dexter, are the teachers.

Lyle is to receive an addition to her business circle, Messrs. Frazer & Myhre putting in a new drug store.
They expect to be ready for business about the 15th of this month, and will be located in the old post
office building. Dr. Frazer is well known in our community, and certainly O. G. Myhre needs no introduction,
being one of our most prominent young men. So we shall simply introduce to you the new drug firm, and
wish the gentlemen success in business.