News: York (1894/02/08)
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: KING CAMPBELL QUACKENBUS BARKER BOLTON GRAVES BENEDICT ROWE LAWRENCE ROWE FOWLER McINTYRE LINCOLN BOWERS TUCKER FULWILER ROGERS
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 02/08/1894
Wilcox, Wisconsin: February 9, 1894
H.A. King called on Granton friends Monday. Charles Campbell went to Loyal last Thursday on business. L.J. Fulwiler and wife were visitors at Neillsville Monday. Chester Quackenbus move Vack Piper's family Monday. D.E. Barker, the Granton king, was seen on our streets Wednesday last. S.W. Bolton was reported on the sick list the first of last week. Walter Graves transacted business at Neillsville last Tuesday. Fred Benedict went to the county seat Monday to get his tooth pulled. William Rowe and wife were the guests of A.E. Lawrence and wife at Loyal Sunday. Miss Jennie Rowe was the guest of Miss Sadie Graves last Friday. Chauncey Fowler vacated his school last Wednesday to attend his association at Loyal. Miss Louisa McIntyre of Granton was the guest of Floy and Ethel King the last of the week. Mrs. Lizzie Lincoln of Loyal was the guest of Mrs. Clara Benedict the past week. Mesdames William and E.M. Rowe and Letty Bowers were visiting with Mrs. Tucker last Wednesday. Perry Campbell who is at work in camp near Heathville, was seen in our midst on Friday last. G.S. Rowe made a pleasant trip to Chili Saturday. By all appearances Chili must have some great attraction. A. Benedict drove up to Withee Wednesday to visit with his son Delbert, who is cook in a camp near there. There will be a donation held in the hall over the store on Tuesday night, February 13th, for the benefit of our minister. All are coordially invited. H.A. King is erecting a new ice house which he intends to fill up with ice soon. Homer says he intends to have cool water next summer. Amos Fulwiler and Fred Benedict have devised a way for exterminating dogs. A serious accident happened to D.R. Rogers last Wednesday morning. With the assistance of his son, and while in the act of rolling a large log onto his road with his team the swamp hook lost its hold, the log rolled back and struck Mr. Rogers across the body knocking him down and pinning him to the ground. He was taken to the house and the doctor was called. Upon examination he was pronounced badly hurt. At last reports he was improving, and hope for a speed recovery.
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