News: York Township (1894/09/06)

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Surnames: PARROT RONDORF FOWLER HUMISTON HUNTLEY CAMPBELL SNYDER BENEDICT COCHRANE GRAVES ROWE GIBSON HALES FULWILER MORTIMER CONVERSE LEE

----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 09/06/1894

Wilcox: September 5, 1894

Bad water is causing a good deal of sickness.

Maynard Parrot has been quite ill the past week.

Joe Rondorf transacted business at Loyal Saturday.

Chanucy Fowler went to Menomonie last week on business.

Maud Humiston opened her school in the town of Fremont last Monday.

George Huntley and daughter Sadie went to Greenwood Saturday.

Ed Campbell of Humbird, spent Sunday with his brother at this place.

Verd Snyder of Washburn, visited J. Parrot's folks, a few days last week.

B. Benedict. E.M. Cochrane, W. Graves and wife were visitors at Loyal Saturday.

Webb Snyder spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents at Black River Falls.

E.G. Rowe had an exciting experience last Wednesday evening.

Shall we tell Ernie? Three bear were seen near the F.M. church last Wednesday morning by two small boys.

Vonhinklesteinhousenbloser mad a business trip to Loyal on his wheel Saturday.

Sadie Graves and Mabel Gibson attended the institute at Neillsville last week.

Mesdames A.W. Hales and L.J. Fulwiler were guests of E.M. Rowe and wife at Granton, Thursday.

W. Mortimer lost a fine cow last week. She got her foot between some roots and broke her leg.

A party was given at the home of Frank Converse Saturday evening in honor of his daughter Maud. An enjoyable time is reported.

One night last week while Rollie Lee and lady were driving from the camp meeting grounds, the horse became unmanageable and tipped the buggy over. The dash board was knocked off and other slight damages done, but no one was injured.

JUMBO

 

 


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