News: York Township (1894/11/01)
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: HOSLEY SMITH LAWRENCE SNYDER CANFIELD HUMISTON ROMAIN VISGAR PEAT LAWRENCE TURNER 0'NEIL
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 11/01/1894
Wilcox: October 31, 1894
Politics are red hot.
Loom Hosely of Lake Benton, Minn., visited relatives and friends the past week.
G.B. Martin of Madison, discussed the issues of the campaign from a Prohibition standpoint, at the town hall last Wednesday evening, to a large audience.
A week ago last Friday Gracie Smith had the misfortune to fall down while running and break her arm. At this writing she is doing finely.
Mrs. Walter Lawrence has been seriously ill the past week, but is on the gain.
Albion Snyder called on Shortville friends Friday.
Lillian Canfield, Maud Humiston and Jesse Romain each closed a successful term of school last Friday.
M.V. Visgar :& Son are tearing down their sawmill and moving to Granton.
There were three new members added to the Good Templars last Saturday night.
H. Peat and M. and B. Lawrence returned from Plainfield Saturday.
A. and P. Turner left Fifield Monday to work in the woods.
Owing to the inclemency of the weather Monday night Mr. O'Neill didn't have a very large audience, but he delivered a rousing speech just the same.
Geo. Lawrence entertained his young friends last evening.
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