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The Tampico Tornado

November 14, 1896

At the American House, Princeton, Ill., on Thursday, Nov. 5, at four o'clock p.m., by Rev. J.A.J. WHIPPLE, pastor of the M.E. church, Mr. Joel M. BALDWIN and Miss Sarah E. JONES, both of Tampico. The marriage was a quite affair and but a few witnessed the ceremony. The groom and bride met there by appointment and arrangements were made for the consummation of the event after their arrival. (there is more to this article if you're interested, contact me.) December 12, 1896 John KIMBALL and wife and Miss Neva JONES went to Prophetstown to attend the funeral of John W. CLARK, which took place in that village last week Friday. January 21, 1899 Mrs. Maude JONES (nee SEARS) of Clinton, Iowa, visited with Mrs. P.A. LILLIE over Sunday. January 28, 1899 Mrs. Martha JONES of Denver, Col., was a guest of her niece, Mrs. P.A. LILLIE for a few days this week. April 29, 1899 Mrs. P.A. LILLIE is entertaining her grandmother, Mrs. JONES, of Clinton, Iowa, this week.

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