News: Loyal Tribune (12-May-1910)

Transcriber: Audrey Roedl

----Source: The Loyal Tribune, 12 May 1910

Talford Bea had the first finger on the right hand badly crushed yesterday morning while making a coupling near the depot. Dr. Christofferson has hopes that he can save the finger.

J. H. Welsh, who has been taking care of B. M. Fulmer at Webb Lake, returned on Tuesday evening. He reports Mr. Fulmer in a very critical condition and that he will not live much longer.

Stallion Notice

My pure bred Morgan stallion will be in Loyal Thursdays of each week. Come and see a Morgan stallion that is a Morgan, stud book No. 5390 certificate No. 1270—A. S. Atkins, Owner Greenwood, Wis.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vanderhoof on Tuesday morning at five o’clock, a son. Mother and child are doing nicely.

Miss Esther Etta attended the Kissinger-Robertson wedding at Spokeville yesterday.



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