News: York Township (1894/07/05)
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: BOLTON FOWLER PEASE FULWILER BENEDICT DAVIDSON FRANCIS SNYDER PHILPOTT VISGAR CARLTON SHAFER GERGEN CORZETT PERRILLE FINK GIBSON McKENZIE LEE FREER TURNER
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 07/05/1894
York: July 4, 1894
S.W. Bolton and Chauncey Fowler, attended camp meeting at Menomonee the past week. Vet Pease had a colt hooked by a vicious cow last week, so he was compelled to sew up the wound. Oh, but that Times reporter is a dandy, last week he stooped low enough to call us some very pet names. Accept our thanks Bro. Sunflower. Mrs. Mary Fulwiler spent Wednesday and Thursday with relatives at Marshfield. Mrs. Chas. Benedict and Mrs. M.L. Davidson and son Walter, visited at Lynn a few days last week. Mrs. Albert Francis, of Loyal, was the guest of Mrs. M. L. Snyder the past week. Rev. Harry Philpott was in our midst a short time last Thursday. We thought it seemed rather queer to see farmers shocking up grain so earl, but on closer investigation we found it was yellow dock. York has been enforcing the wed law for a good many years, and all noxious weeds are destroyed. A credit for the town. H.W. Visgar came out from Granton a few days last week, and did some planning on his planer. Mr. T.V. Carlton visited his son Henry, of this place last week. The Time correspondent of this place, last week referred to our copying his items. Now we wish he would mind his own business and first cast out that great beam in his own eye. N. Shafer delivered a load of fine hogs at Neillsville last Wednesday. Among those on the sick list last week, were Alfred Gergen, and Florence Corzett, mumps being the cause. Mrs. Perrille went to Appleton last Wednesday, on a short visit to friends and relatives. Mrs. Fred Fink an daughters, Alice and Thirza, of Fairbault Minn., are the guests of I. Fulwiler and family. F. L. Snyder closed his term of school at Shortville, and we are glad to have you in our midst again Frank. H.F. Gibson is erecting a fine barn. Some time ago the Lynn correspondent of the Times said that the writer of the paper form York was long winded and feeding people on taffy. We are now ready to confirm that statement. Mrs. Jas. McKenzie closed her school in Dist. No. 4 Friday, with an entertainment. Ara and Ernie Lee and best girls of the Windfall, gave us a pleasant call Saturday. Albion Snyder took in the ball game at Shortville Friday. F.C. Freer and wife spent Sunday with Jess Humiston and family. The York writer of the Times must be like the editor, always accusing someone of something that isn't so. Wm. Turner transacted business at Pittsville Monday.
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