Mrs. Elma Griffin of New Providence, Iowa came in on last Wednesday to see her mother . Grandmother Scarborough who is very sick.
Mr. Henry Scarborough came over from New London on account of the sickness of his grandmother, last Thursday.
Salem News 5-10-1900
Jackson Twp.- J.W. Scarborough of Oxford, Neb., was the guest of his mother, Mrs. E. Scarborough first of the week.
Salem News 1- 12-1905
The NEWS was misinformed in a recent issue in stating that Grandmother Scarborough had broken her collar bone. The facts are, on the 17th of December she was stricken with paralysis and fell, dislocating her left shoulder and otherwise bruising herself in other places, since whichtime she has been in a helpless condition. She is 87 years of age, and has been making her home at Perry Byers, her son-in-law.
SALEM NEWS June 15, 1905
Grandmother Scarborough, who is making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Perry Byers, east of town, had the misfortune one day last week of breaking her leg. Mrs. Scarborough suffered a paralytic stroke some months ago, and the accident caused her no pain whatever, there being no feeling in the limb, which was broken between the knee and the hip.
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