Tuscola Advertiser, Wisner, North Wells, and Juniata, April 17, 1895

Contributed by Bonnie J. Petee. Extracted from the, "Tuscola Advertiser,"Thursday, April 18, 1895.

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WISNER

navydiam.gif (915 bytes) Ed Teller has rented the John Jones home. Why?
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) Mr. Wood’s school closed last Friday, and he has returned home.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) Jas. Brink and wife were visiting his sister in Freeland last week.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) J. McPherson has moved his family to his new farm in Gilford township.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) Every district in Wisner now has a flag except in district No. 1 and this one must have according to the Jane’s flag bill.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) The half way house has again changed hands. Harve Fox is the new proprietor, and will take possession the first of May. Mr. Neal will move to his farm across the way.

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NORTH WELLS

navydiam.gif (915 bytes) School commenced in district No. 1 on Monday.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) Fred Lester is recovering from a severe attack of the grip.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) James Mansfield and wife will make Caro their future home.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) Jennie Mansfield of Caro, is spending this week with Mrs. Wm. Frankford.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) Mark Taylor’s step son from Lenawee count, was visiting him the first of the week.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) Will Janke returned to Detroit last Monday after spending the winter with his parents.

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JUNIATA

navydiam.gif (915 bytes) L. Truax is visiting relatives in Lansing at present.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) Some sneak thieves stole G. McFarland’s turkeys Monday night.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) F. M. Sheppard has let his job of stumping to Elmer Robinson
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) The donation at the parsonage last Wednesday evening was a success and $35.80 was raised besides some produce.
navydiam.gif (915 bytes) G. McFarland and wife entertained Fred Henry and family and F. M. Shepherd and family last Saturday evening. Warm sugar was served.

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Contributed by Bonnie J. Petee

September 1998

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