News: York Township (1894/04/19)
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: REDMOND MEEKS WHITE VISGAR LAWRENCE ROWE WINDOVER GARVIN KLINKE ROGERS QUACKENBOSS HOLVERSON DEWHURST GRABE BENEDICT PALMER FULWILER STURDEVANT PEASE ROMAINE SMITHERS PETERSON GIBSON LEE ALLEN SWEET WHITCOMB
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 04/19/1894
G.L. Redmond and wife were seen in our midst Thursday. Miss Belle Meeks left for her home at Alma Center a few days ago. A few weeks ago we stated that Philip White had sold his farm. Since then we have learned that we were misinformed and will take it all back and swear we never said it. Talk about editors being cross and ugly. Why, we think they are the best natured and most obliging people on earth. Miss Anna Hales entertained a number of guests Thursday afternoon. Logs came in so fast the fore part of last week that Herb Visgar was compelled to start his saw mill in order to make room. Last Thursday morning a strange animal wa observed in the yard by Mrs. Edna Lawrence's children and on closer investigation proved to be an wild cat. G.S. Rowe and A. Windover were appointed commissioners of noxious weeds for the town of York, last week by G.L. Redmond, chairman. Al Garvin sold his team last week to John Klinke for $100. Owing to a recent snow storm, seeding was suspended for a time. D.R. Rogers is coming to the front this spring by sporting a brand spanking new double buggy. Chester Quackenboss owns a dog that is death on skunks. He killed five one day last week. Wonder what deputy sheriff Holverson was doing up here Friday? Perhaps Vet can enlighten us on the subject. Geo. Dewhurst drove up from Neillsville last Friday to look after the interest of his farm. Geo. Lawrence is chief man for Perry Palmer this summer. George, we will miss your music very much. E. Grabe and A. Benedict took in the sights at the city Saturday. L.J. Fulwiler transacted legal business with L.M. Sturdevant at Neillsville, Thursday. S. Pease Sr. and wife visited friends at Granton Saturday. Miss Romaine, of Loyal, has been engaged to handle the rod in Dist. No. 3. Wm. Smithers was agreeably surprised by his daughter in honor of his birthday. Mrs. Geo. Fulwiler and son Willie of Marshfield, are visiting friends and relatives here. May Peterson went to Eau Claire a few days ago on a visit. All we lack to make our burg complete is a grist mill and printing office. Frank Gibson returned to his home in Ohio last Friday morning. Rollie Lee of Granton was a welcome visitor at this place Sunday. N. Allen and wife of Loyal, attended church at this place Sunday. Ernest Rowe visited with his uncle Ed at Granton Saturday last. Elder Sweet called on friends her Monday. Etta Whitcomb is reported on the sick list.
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