News: York Township (1894/10/04)

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Surnames: PEASE SNYDER STEVENSON LINDSLEY HOFFMAN SMITH WINDOVER CHASE PAGE WHALEN FULWILER HUMISTON WITHEE LYMAN WILCOX GARVIN BILLINGS KING

----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 10/04/1894

Wilcox: October 2, 1894

Bears are plentiful.

Bicycles are a common thing on our streets now days.

Miss Ona Pease has returned to her home in Tomah.

Some good and substantial turnpikes were made the paste week, also some nice gravel roads.

Webb Snyder married at Black River Falls to Miss Stevenson, and returned to this place last week accompanied by his brother-in-law.

Geo. Whalen, M.L. Snyder and J. Parrot accompanied by their wives drove to Fairchild Saturday on a visit to relatives.

Rev. E.H. Lindsley occupied the pulpit at the Center Sunday, Rev. Hoffman having gone to Illinois to visit his parents.

C.L. Smith and wife were Loyal visitors Wednesday.

Hi Windover had a number of chickens stolen one night last week.

We regret to say that there are people in York who are mean enough to indulge in such theft.

Oliver Chase has moved into the old Hatch residence.

Joe Page our rising young architect has been working at the carpenter trade for Geo. Whalen the past week.

Mrs. I. Fulwiler and daughter and Mrs. Jesse Humiston attend a quilting party in Fremont last Friday.

Willie Withee of Loyal, was seen in our midst Sunday.

Mrs. H.L. Snyder was the guest of Mrs. W.B. Lyman at Eau Claire last week.

Mrs. S.A. Wilcox of St. Louis, Mo. is the guest of A.E. Garvin and wife.

Hi Windover and wife and George Campbell and wife drove to Marshfield last Saturday.

E.W. Billings of Pleasant Ridge, was the guest of Albion Snyder Sunday.

The infant son of H.A. King is reported quite ill.

 

 


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