Nick Fox, of the firm of Gongwer & Fox, returned from Dunsmuir this week.
Nicholas Fox and brother, Pete, left this city last Monday morning for Wisconsin, called home by news of the serious illness of their father.
Nick and Anna are married in Sacramento.
Wm. Combellack and N. Fox are making lots of work for the Pacific Planing Mill Company.
The new residence being erected on Coloma Street by N. Fox, is about completed and is one of the prettiest places in Placerville.
Anna Fox is the Grand Marshall of the Placerville Ladies 4th of July parade.
N.Fox and wife leave to-day for an outing of three weeks at Yosemite, the Big Trees and other points of interest in Calaveras and Mariposa counties.
Wm. Yeadon of El Dorado, N. Fox and wife and Miss Emma McConnell of the city went up to the headwaters of the American River Land and Lumber Company on a fishing excursion the first of the present week.
Another Box Factory
N Fox has sold his interest in the logging and milling business at Pino Grand to W McEwen a capitalist recently from the East The transfer of 21,000 000 ft of logs together with the machinery for a saw-mill, mentioned in our last issue was concluded last Monday It means a great lumbering enterprise, on the timber tract of the American River Land and Lumber Company, but on lines of less resistance than those upon which that corporation experimented The mill will be pushed to completion m about one month and will finish about 10,000 ft per day–for shipment to Sacramento and for a probable box and door factory in this cut which may anticipate a renewal of interest in Pino Grande.
F A Gerbode has just completed a creditable piece of work for our towns man N Fox at his beautiful home place in this city. It is a fine stable with fancy turrets and gables and contains all the conveniences now required by the aristocratic horse.
Bernard Carlson, a laborer in the employ of N. Fox for the past five years, fell from the loft of his employers barn, Tuesday morning at 6 o’clock, injuring his spine which caused his death. What caused Carlson to fall is unknown. He had been drinking to some extent the night previous, but from appearances not enough to become intoxicated. The Coroner’s jury brought in a verdict of accidental death. Carlson struck on his head, when he fell, injuring his spine. He was buried Wednesday afternoon in the city cemetery.
Mrs. A. D. Carrick of Klamath Falls, who has been visiting Mrs. N. Fox of this place, returned to Oregon the first of the week, summoned home by news of the serious illness of her father.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox will leave for the East next Tuesday, their trip to be of three months’ duration during which they will visit Wisconsin, New York, the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, and other points of Interest.
A handsome stone wall has just been completed by Victor Gobbi in the rear of N. Fox’s residence on Coloma St.
N. Fox and wife returned the last of the week from a trip to Los Angeles Santa Catalina Island.
Defunct Gas Company Resuscitated.
A new corporation ahs been formed to conduct the business, called the Placerville Fuel and Gas Company, with a capital stock of $25,000. Articles of Incorporation were filed on Wednesday from which it appears that N. Fox, Robert Blair, Thomas Clark, M.Q. Meehan and Wm. F. Bray constitute the Board of Directors for the first year. The distribution of gas throughout the city for lighting, heating and cooking purposes will be a great advantage to our citizens; and under the management of such well-known and conservative business men, the new enterprise is certain to be a success.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox will leave Monday, the 8th instant, for Louisville Kentucky, to attend the Grand assembly of the Knights of Pythias.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox returned last week Thursday from a two month’s stay in the East. They visited Kentucky, Michigan and the World’s Fair at St. Louis, before turning their faces toward the West, and had a most enjoyable trip.
Miss Mary Fox, of Chicago, arrived in Placerville Saturday evening and is visiting her brother, N Fox, and wife. She plans to return within two weeks and will be accompanied as far as the Portland Fair by Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox.
Nicholas Fox, an old-time friend and former partner of F.B. Gongwer (Frank Benjamin), accompanied by his wife, spent several days in Dunsmuir recently, a guest of the Gongwer’s. Mr. Fox is a well-to-do resident of Placerville and a most genial fellow. –Dunsmuir News.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox entertained a number of friends at dinner last Tuesday in honor of her niece, Helen Fox. Music served to enhance the pleasure of the occasion, and with floral decorations in artistic profusion and an elaborate menu, nothing was left undone to insure a delightful affair.
W. F. Fairchild to Nicholas Fox– portion lot 2. block 51. City of Placerville; $10.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox returned last week from a three-month automobile trip through Oregon and “Washington which included a visit at the Seattle Exposition. They traveled 2,428 miles, burned 305 gallons of gas and 28 gallons of oil and bought three new tires. Their car was a “Tourist.” The gasoline mileage, you will note, was almost eight to the gallon.
Suit to Enjoin Sale of bonds
Nicholas Fox of this city has brought suit against the Board of Supervisors of El Dorado County to secure a perpetual injunction against the selling of the recently voted Court House bonds on the ground that the proceedings leading upto such proposed sale have not been in accordance with law. Heller, Powers & Ehrman, and Butler and Swister, are attorneys for the plaintiff and this action will delay the erection of a new Court House indefinitely, and if successful, will require that the election and all proceedings thereunder be had over again. Judge Shields came up from Sacramento on Thursday to hear argument on the order to show cause, and intimated from the bench that the petitioner seemed to be entitled to the relief prayed for, unless a recent act of the legislature has the effect to change the law applicable to such matters. As certain amendments to the petition were allowed to be made, the decision is reserved and the matter submitted.
There has been work and plenty of it for the architects and carpenters of town in the number of building improvements during the last few weeks. The beautiful home of N. Fox and wife on Coloma Street has been undergoing a complete remodeling, and, situatated as it is upon a green slope and surrounded by spacious ground, now presents the most imposing appearance of any of our city residences. The house has been strengthened by concrete foundations, a bay window has been added on the north side and two dormer windows in the attic. In front, is a 9’x’36 porch, the columns, seats and entire frontage eing constructed of selected stone from this county, gathered near White Rock. While the most attractive feature is the fire place which is composed of crystals and fancy rock selected from different parts of the United States by Mr. and Mrs. Fox in their travels. Another convenience is a large screened back porch. Chas. Nichols has had charge of the carpenter work, and the Bliss brothers are doing the painting. The house has been cream color with white trimmings surmounted by a slate colored roof.
7/12/1912 (Sacramento Union)
K. OF P.’S INSTALLATION
Special to the Union. PLACERVILLE (El Dorado Co.), Jan. 11.— B. F. Bledsoe of San Bernardino, grand chancellor of the of Pythias, was the guest of honor here last night at a banquet and at the installation of officers of Placerville lodge. No. 70, Knights of Pythias. Nicholas Fox. district deputy grand chancellor, installed the officers as follows: A, L. Vingaut, P. C.: William Gregory, C. C.; R. L. Bence. V. Marshal Dunknm. prelate: G. S. Gavls, K. of R. and S.; Joseph I Maynard, M. of A.: John Pearson, M. of F.; Shelley Inch, M. of E.: A. 1.. Vingaut, M. of W.; Thomas Murdock. I. G.: S. O. Maynard. O. G.;Nicholas Fo.x. trustee. .At the banquet. S. G. Davis was toastmaster and several members of the local lodge responded to the address of Grand Chancellor Bledsoe.
2/8/1913 (Sacramento Union)
BENEFIT FOR MEN WHO FIGHT FIRES PlacervilleWomen Good to Protectors of Property.
Special to the Union. PLACERVILLE (El Dorado Co), Feb, 7.—The ladies of Placerville are entering: heartily into the plan to give the fire department a mammoth benefit at the annual ball February 21. auxiliary committee met last evening at the home of F. J. Limplnsel and made arrangements to a supper for the occasion. The city was divided into districts, and each member of the committee was assigned to one section in which to solicit donations for the feast. The committee consists of Mrs. J. F. Ldmpinsel, Mrs. J. H. Vandergrift, Mrs.’J. F. Raffetto, Mrs. Robert Zeisz, Mrs. Guy E. Wentworth, Mrs. H. C. Marsh, Mrs, L. A. Reeg, Mrs. Nick Fox, and Mrs. C. E. Hand. It is expected that the affair will be one of the most elaborate of the many given for the fire laddies who work with unremittent zeal in protecting the city against fire. The committee of arrangements consists of T. F. Lewis, L .A. Reeg, C. W. Opdyke, Clarence Curran and H. Lewright. Mayor J. C. O’Donnell has consented to act as floor director, and he will be assisted by the following managers: Clarence Curran, Harley Lewright, Clinton Opdycke, Max Mierson, and Joseph Scherrer. Ball’s orchestra will furnish music.
3/30/1913 (Sacramento Union)
PLACERVILLE SENDS MONEY
Special to the Union. PLACERVILLE (El Dorado Co.), March 29.—Residents of Placerville united yesterday in a movement to send relief to the victims of the floods in Ohio and Indiana. A committee consisting of John S. Larue and Nick Fox was appointed to receive contributions, and in about two hours $128.25 was subscribed. The money will be sent direct to the National Red Cross at Washington. The list is still open, and considerable more will be raised for the sufferers.
Interesting note: See Great Flood of 1913
7/9/1913 (Sacramento Union)
MORE BANNERS BEYOND Signs That Extend Across the Streets Are Banned by PlacervilleAuthorities.
Special to the Union. PLACERVILLE (El Dorado Co.), July 8. —resolution was adopted by ; the board of city trustees at its meet–1 ing last evening, directing City Marshal P. .T. Hall to notify all the merchants that signs that extend beyond I the sidewalks in the streets of Placerville must be removed forthwith. This j Was the result of an application made by four evangelists, Vernon Morgan, I Ruben Anderson, Oscar Zimmerman 1 and James V.-rus of the TjOk .\ngele.s ! Bible Institute, for permission to stretch a banner advertising their gospel camp meeting across Main street. I Attention was called to the fact that 1 Trustee H. K. .Marks had put a banner across the road in front of his premises and said’ he was not aware that any permit was needed. President .T. C. 0’Donnell said the state law forbade ‘ such advertising except with the peri mission of the city trustee.s. Marks I said he would have his banner removed ! at once and on motion of Trustee Nick Fox permission was granted the evangelists to put a banner across Main street for two weeks. On application of Charles Woodman, for the publicity committee of the El Dorado county Bartlett pear show, a permit was granted for a banner across Main street to advertise that exhibition until August 30.
Placerville Will Celebrate
At its regular meeting Monday evening, Placerville Aerie No. 889. Fraternal Order of Eagles, decided to undertake the management of a Fourth of July celebration in this city. The cardinal principles of this order are Liberty. Truth. Justice and Equality, and it is therefore fitting that, in the absence of any move on the part of the city government, the Chamber of Commerce or other civic body to inaugurate a celebration that the Eagles should take the matter up, and now that there is a recognize’/. ed head to the movement it is to be hoped that all will enter into the effort with patriotic spirit. A general committee consisting of S. B. Wilson, Guy E Wentworth, Chas. W. Ball. R. M. Levy and J. J. Lowenstein was selected with authority to name such sub-committees as are needed to look after the various features that go to make up an enjoyable, patriotic and appropriate celebration. This general committee held a meeting at the court house Tuesday evening and named the following subcommittees: To solicit financial assistance. N. Fox, Geo. Rieber, J. W. Shanklin. Publicity and street decoration. J. W. Shanklin, Thos. E. Stacy, L. P. Swartout. Music and literary exercises, Chas. W. Ball, S.B. Wilson. Baseball, etc., V. H. Benson. R. M. Levy, J. E Fox. General sports and dance, Fred F. Fisher, J. B. Sawyer, N. Fox, H. I). Jerrett, C. W. Opdycke. Parade and special features, Joseph Scherrer, Ed J. Sheppard, J. J. Lewenstein. An invitation was extended to Placerville Parlor No. 9. Native Sons of the Golden West to participate in the celebration, the Parlor being in session Tuesday evening. The Natives promptly accepted the invitation, and pledge their hearty co-operation. Special invitations will be extended to all other fraternal and civic organizations to join in the celebration, and the public generally will be invited to come to Placerville and enjoy an old-time “noisy” Fourth. Further announcement in detail will be made by the publicity committee as soon as the program is definitely arranged.
Miss Edith Fox has concluded her visit with Mr. and Mrs. N Fox of this place and returned to Los Angeles, where she is teaching.
Miss Lucille George, of Portland, Oregon, was an arrival in town Tuesday evening, to visit her cousin, Mrs. N. Fox. after viewing the San Francisco Exposition
Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox, and Miss Lucille George of Portland, Oregon, who is visiting them, motored to Lake Tahoe resorts this week to spend a few days in the cooler regions.
Mr. and Mrs N Fox will leave tomorrow for a trip to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, and other points in the Southland.
Will Gregor Married
W. W. Gregor sprang a surprise on his friends this week by joining the ranks of married men. He quietly slipped over to Auburn last Tuesday, and on Wednesday was united in marriage to Miss Hattie Turnbeaugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Turnbeaugh of Lotus, and immediately left for San Francisco and adjacent points on a wedding trip. The bride has made her home with Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox of this city for the past two years, and has a host of friends here and elsewhere, while the groom is a native of this place, an enterprising young contractor in brick and cement work. Mr. and Mrs. Gregor will make their home in Placerville on their return.
Mrs. N. Fox and Mrs. Emma Schaub will leave today (Saturday) for the San Francisco Expo.
7/6/1919 (Sacramento Union)
Army Truck Train to Follow Pioneer Trail
PLACERVILLE, July 6.—Mayor Nicholas Fox of Placerville received today official notification from the war department of the routing of the military train of 54 army trucks and 210 officers and enlisted men, which will leave Washington. D. C., July 7 for the Presidio at San Francisco. It will follow the Lincoln highway across the Middle West to Salt lake, thence to Ely. Nev, from which point it will the Pioneer Trail section of the Lincoln highway through Fallon and Carson City, Nev.. to Glenbrook on Lake Tahoe, to Myers in Lake valley, ove r Echo summit by way of the American i Ivor canyon to Placerville to Sacramento and bj way of Stockton to the bay at Oakland. The El Dorado County chamber of commerce is arranging to provide a pilot escort from* the Nevada state line to Folsom.
5/24/1919 (Sacramento Union)
To Increase Capital of Placerville Bank
Special to the Union. PLACERVILLE, El Dorado Co.. May 23.—The A. Mierson bank, Placerville, through Guy E. Wentworth, has announced a meeting of the board of directors for June 3, at which time it is expected the capital stock of the bank will be increased from $50,000 to $lOO,OOO to meet rapidly increased demands. Already the bank has rescurces reaching above $1,015,000 and a savings department with large deposits. George W. Peltier, Sacramento, is president, Nick Fox vicepresident and Guy E. Wentworth cashier of this flourishing institution.
10/24/1919 (Sacramento Union)
Hoover Invited to Address Mayors
Herbert Hoover will probably attend in Sacramento next Thursday the meeting of Pacific coast mayors and representatives of producers’ associations called for the purpose of discussing methods and deciding upon some plan to combat the high cost of living. John Q. Brown of the city commission yesterday announced that he had extended an invitation to the noted food director to be present to address the conference. Mayor Nicholas Fox of Placerville has signified his intention of being present. Brown is getting impatient in not hearing from tlje mayors nearer home. He has a task on his hands in preparing for the reception of those who come and he would like to know at the earliest date just how many to count upon. Plans fci the entertainment of the guests will, be called to the attention of the city commission at next Tuesday’s meeting. HENDERSON SARCASTIC. J. M. Henderson Jr., president of the Northern California Milk Producers’ association, will attend. In writing Brown of his acceptance he says he thinks “there are too many sensible mayors on the Pacific coast to give up valuable time to such a nonsensical idea.”
Mr. and Mr N. Fox returned Saturday from a visit of several days in Sacramento and Stockton.
Nick Fox and wife and C, F. Wood and family have returned from a camping trip which they enjoyed together; going–via Tioga pass to Yosemite Valley, through the Calaveras big trees, thence back to Markleeville, to Silver Lake then home by way of Lake Tahoe and the state highway.
J.J. Miller and wife, N. Fox and wife and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Woods are enjoying outdoor life near Wentworth Springs.
Nick Fox of this city was exhibiting to friends this week samples of hi third crop of June apples grown on his place on Coloma. street.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fox returned the first of the week from a short vacation at Sayles Flat and Phillips.
LISTEN TO MR. EDNER
Just a line to the people of El Dorado county to let them know I am back from my trip through Oregon and Washington where I distributed literature of my own and of the Chamber of Commerce. I saw many beautiful places but nothing that looked as good to me as El Dorado county. We traveled 2,500 miles, my car is a 4-door Ford sedan and Nick Fox’s is an 8-cylinder Peerless; the Ford made 20 miles to the gallon of gas and we ate supper every night at the same table with the Foxes We traveled as high as 250 miles in one day. Nick visited his folks in Portland and I visited my nephew in Astoria We camped one night in a beautiful park with many other campers and there were some pet bears there. After everything was quiet a bear put his head in my tent door and made a great noise, my wife sat up in bed and made a great noise too, and then ran out of the side of the tent. I thought I would stay in bed but when my wife got out of bed the bear started to get in bed and I gave him the whole tent, didn’t even stop to see if he was webfooted I heard a lady holler ‘Get up quick, John, he is running away with our ham ‘ I had often heard it said that it pays to advertise, but I believe it pays to snore as the bear never went into Nick Fox’s tent.”
Mr. and Mrs, Nick Fox. are spending a few days at Bijou. The first of the week they will motor around Lake Tahoe and visit various resorts and will not return home for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fox have returned from Pacific Grove where they enjoyed a month of rest and recreation.
J. L. Fox of Shelby, Michigan, Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fox.
Mr. nnd Mrs. N. Fox, accompanied by Mrs. Emma Schaub, returned the first of the week from a ton day’s trip through southern California. Mr. Fox attended the Grand Lodge of the Knights of Pythias in Santa Barbara as a delegate from the Placerville lodge. After the session of the grand lodge, they motored to San Diego, Los Angeles, and other southern cities.
The Bedford Inn. formerly operated by Mrs. Delia Woodruff, has recently been leased by Mrs. Zoda H. Parson from Nick Fox. The interior of the building has been renovated and they now have modern steam-heated apartments and rooms for rent.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox left Monday for a vacation at Lake Tahoe.
NICK FOX RESIDENCE IS ROBBED DURING VACATION
Sheriff Charles Wood announced Wednesday that the home of Nick Fox, on Coloma Street, was burglarized two weeks ago during the absence of the family on vacation. Two suits of clothing and other men’s” furnishings were taken. Owing to the fact that the family was absent, for several days after the robbery was committed, Sheriff Wood said it is apparent that the thief or thieves had ample time to leave the community and make a get-away before discovery of the theft.
A song of woe will never make a hit.
Mr. and Mrs N Fox have returned from an auto trip through the Grand Canyon and other places of interest.
Unlawful Detainer Suit
Submitted on Wednesday
The complaint in unlawful detainer brought by Joe Shelley against N. Fox and Albert Simon, was heard Wednesday in Superior Court and attorneys •will submit briefs to support their contentions. The issue arises out of the question of leasing a Main street business location for the disposal of a hardware stock.
Mishap Mars Trip To Dam
Mr. And Mrs. N. Fox Return Tuesday From Vacation
After driving the better part of 1500 miles to Boulder Dam and return, Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox had their trip marred by a mishap near Cool, while nearing the end of their journey Tuesday afternoon. When the door of the car suddenly swung open, Mrs. Fox was pitched out. Fortunately, she was not seriously hurt. A passer by brought her immediately to Placerville Sanitorium. Attempting to assist Mrs. Fox, Mr. Fox lost control of the car for a brief moment and ran it into the bank. Mr. and Mrs. Fox report a thoroughly enjoyable vacation trip which took them through Death Valley to the Dam site and thence home by way of Nevada points, Truckee and Auburn covering a total distance of about 1,500 miles.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Fox are home from a vacation visit to the Oregon Caves.
W.A Mottocks of the Placerville Cleaners and Tailors announces that over the weekend the business will move from the present location to the new Nick Fox building at 218 Main street, two doors west of the Blue Bell Coffee Shop and will be ready for business in the new home Monday morning.
Mrs. N. Fox Is Summoned
Private Funeral Service will Be Held Saturday; Had Been Ailing A year. Private funeral services will be held Saturday at Memory Chapel for Mrs. Anna L. Fox, wife of Nicholas Fox, who passed away early Thursday at their home on Coloma Street.
Mrs. Fox had not been well the past year and since July her illness had entered a serious stage. Born Anna L. George, at Jacksonville, Oregon, on March 16, 1868, Mrs. Fox was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben George, of Missouri, who settled in Oregon. She received her formal education in Siskiyou County and was married in Sacramento on May 8, 1894 to Mr. Fox and the couple had made their home in Placerville continuously since that time. Mrs. Fox was a member of Fallen Leaf Chapter No. 90. O. E. S. Throughout her life Mrs. Fox was devoted to her home and although she was interested in community affairs, her contribution in the public welfare was manifest privately in many acts of generosity and kindness.
Mrs. Fox is survived by her devoted husband and by nieces and nephews.
N. FOX ATTENDS BROTHER’S SIXTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Nicholas Fox and his niece, Mrs. Margaret B. Marshall, are recently home from a six-week trip to the Middle West during which they were present at an observance of the sixtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. Fox’s brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fox, married at White Cloud, Minn., were engaged in farming until about twenty-four years ago when they retired and have since made their home at Random Lake, Wis. They are the parents of ten children and have twenty grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Mr. Fox and Mrs. Marshall made the trip east by plane and also returned by plane and Mr. Fox reports he found travel by air an amazing, comfortable and timesaving experience. Visiting relatives and other friends in Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana and in Chicago, Mr. Fox traveled by automobile, railroad and boat but agreed that the airplane “beats anything”. The trip kept them from Placerville for six weeks.
LEATHER COAT found on outer Coloma Street. Call at N. Fox residence, 239 Coloma St. identify and pay for this adv.
Usually the first to make a claim or boast doesn’t have a chance. The uptake of someone who can do it better, make it faster, stay at it longer, or outdo in any other manner, is so quick as to be almost startling. But so, far Nick Fox’s claim of last week has gone uncontested. –
Nick claims to have subscribed to the Mountain Democrat longer than any other living person—going on 64 consecutive years. His is a record we’re mighty proud of, and until someone can oust him, Nick will retain his rank as our No. 1 subscriber. Any challenges?
It was reported that members Zella Olson and Nick Fox were absent because of illness. Nick celebrated his 92nd birthday in the hospital.
Nicholas Fox, former civic leader, business man, dies at 94 (1863-1957)
Nicholas Fox, 94, retired businessman and civic leader, died Monday in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday from Memory Chapel, with Reverend John Dunlop and the Masonic lodge officiating. Burial will be in Union cemetery.
Mr. Fox was a native of Wisconsin. He came to California in 1888, settling in Siskiyou county and moving to El Dorado county three years later. For 16 years he operated the old El Dorado Saloon.
For 20 years during the early part of this century he served on the city council, four years of which (1916 to 1920) was as mayor. Among his other early day activities was serving as director for the El Dorado Irrigation district, which he served for four years.
In 1917 he was named vice president of the El Dorado County Bank, which was later purchased by the Bank of America. He was a director when the firm changed hands and was a member of the banks board of directors when he died.
Mr. Fox was also active in organizations in the community. He was a member of the Masonic lodge, the Eagles and the Order of the Eastern Star; and was also a member of the Foresters of America. One of this most recent boasts was of being a continuous subscriber to the Mountain Democrat for the longest-known length of time (ever since coming to town).
The Fox home on Coloma street for many years was among the well-known show places of the community, but after the death of his wife in 1944, he sold the old home, reconstructed another building on the property and has lived there with his niece, Margaret B. Marshall. He is also survived by several other nieces and some nephews.
In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of El Dorado. In the matter of the Estate of Nicholas Fox, also known as Nich Fox, also known as Nick Fox, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Friday the 27th day of December, A.D. 1957, at 10:00 o’clock A.M. of said day, and the court room of the above entitled court, at the court house, in the County of El Dorado, State of California, have been appointed as the time and place of proving the will of said Nicholas Fox. Also known Nick Fox, deceased, and for hearing the application of Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association, a national banking association, for the insurance to it of Letters Testamentary when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same.
Dated: Placerville, December 6, 1957.
Ruth Lang, Clerk
By Alice K. Alkin, Deputy Clerk (seal)
Hughes, Maul & Fogerty
Attorneys for petitioner
Mt. Democrat–Dec. 12-31- Dec. 26
70 YEARS AGO SEPTEMBER 18, 1897
Nick Fox is sporting a bicycle face” this week. He was riding his wheel at the county park when he and the fence got their signals mixed.
Heritage Tour Of Homes In Placerville
The Nick Fox House on Coloma Street, Placerville
“The original owner of the property was James Ardery of Boone County, IL. Nicholas and Anna Fox purchased the property from Sarah Lowry, wife of the postmaster, A. J. Lowry.”
Preserve Old Placerville meeting set for tonight
Preserve Old Placerville will hold its next meeting at 8 tonight at the home of Don and Betty Smith, the old Nick Fox house at 2780 Coloma St. Business and discussion will be held and anyone interested in saving the spirit of the old town may attend. Call 622-0501 or 626-3629 for additional information.