New Market newspaper items - from Pat O'Dell -

New Market Items – Feb 24, 1905 The Clarinda Herald

F.W. Abbott was a Clarinda visitor Monday evening.

Naomi McFee, of Villisca, is visiting at the A.M. McAlpin home.

Geo Bix is reported as being very sick at his home in north New Market.

W.L. League and family started Tuesday evening for Stillwater, Okla, where they will make their future home.

Mrs Mary Fisher and two children, of Atchison, Kans, arrived in New Market Tuesday noon and are visiting with her uncle, Wm Westfall, and family.

The baby boy, who for five days gladdened the hearts and home of Mr and Mrs Vern Savage, was laid away in the Memory cemetery Sunday afternoon.

Frank Clark, of St Louis, reached New Market Tuesday noon. He did not receive word of his father’s death in time to arrive for the funeral, but came to see his mother who is very sick at her daughter’s home.

Mrs Jane Osborn died at her home Monday afternoon after a lingering illness with consumption. The funeral services were held at the Baptist church Wednesday morning at ten o’clock, conducted by Rev J.F. Moore, after which she was laid to rest in a cemetery near Shambaugh. A good mother has been called home.

New Market Items – Jan 23, 1906 The Clarinda Herald

Mr Geo Moore arrived Monday to take charge of the Rose lumber yard.

W.H. Burnham came in from Aliceville, Kansas Saturday where he has been visiting his mother and sister. He will visit here for some time with his brother Frank before returning to his home in Canada.