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News and Citizen, January 13, 1915:
Hyde Park: "Smith's skating rink is receiving generous patronage these days.
Repairs are being made on the interior of the bank building in the way of plastering and 'frescoing'.
The interior of the Hyde Park Inn is being embellished with paint, paper and varnish applied in an artistic manner by P.B. Foster.
In honor of Senator Page's 72nd birthday, which was last Sunday, his home office and hide house employees sent him 72 roses. The Senator is enjoying robust health and is far from being a believer in 'Oslerism'."
Centerville: "Buttermilk cheese put up in dainty antiseptic half pound boxes is a new industry added to the products of Breezy Hill Dairy Farm. It finds a steady market at home and abroad."