WATSON’S CORNERS NEWS. 1897-April 16– Almonte Gazette
Sugar making is still going on. The season has been a good one. Some of the farmers have started to plough. Roads are drying up quickly now.
Mr. H, Barrie has been ill lately.
Mabel, youngest daughter of Mr. J. A. Craig, has been ill for some time, but is recovering.
Mrs. Dick, mother of Mrs. Wm. McChesney, took suddenly ill on Sunday .morning, but is now better.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Easton, of Lanark, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Miller.
Miss M. E. Scott, of Lanark, spent Sunday at home.
Miss M. E. Craig, of Playfair, spent Sunday at the home of her parents.
Mrs. Geo. F. Leslie presented her husband with a young daughter last week.
Photo from the Lanark & District Museum
Mrs. Alex. H. Park, while crossing from one building to another, was precipitated to the ground below, a distance of over fifteen feet, and strange to say escaped with a few bruises. The platform leading from one building to the other gave way, causing her fall.
Mr. D. Craig, merchant, has disposed of his stock to a Mr. Allan, of Mississippi.
The prayer meeting on Monday evening at Mrs. A. Craig’s was conducted by Rev. J. A. Leitch.
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