| The Bradford Independent July 2, 1885
Haskins is selling his helps to read.
Hurrah for the Forth and the baby show at Bradford.
Rev. Mr. Paddock of Providence has charge of our Sunday school.
A wedding in town in the near future. We will not tell who; guess.
Our school, Miss Katie Jones teacher, has closed for the summer vacation.
Johnnie Davies, who has been attending school at Lombard University at Galesburg, is now at homes.
Samuel Davis and family of Dorrhill, and Myron Powers of Michigan, were guests of Thomas Mellor last Sunday.
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Mr. McNett now rides in a new buggy.
A car load of salt just received by D. F. & Co.
John Code has sent out a number of Plano binders.
Mr. and Mrs. Manning spent Sunday in Tiskilwa, guests of Mrs. Manning's parents.
Will Haskins is home again. And now if a girl looks at him he says "no more calico for me."