News: The Clark
Republican and Press 3-14-1895
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 3-14-1895
A syndicate of Chicago gentlemen are just closing the purchase of 4000 acres of land in Clark county, through B. W. Pulling. They propose to locate a colony of emigrants lately arrived in Chicago, as soon as possible. (Marshfield Times)
Ted Dyskow, who has been sporting a heavy growth of auburn colored mutton chops all winter, shed them yesterday, and in appearance he now reminds one of County Castellane who very recently amassed such a large fortune by coming to the United States and marrying simple-minded Anna Gould or her money, yet Ted hasn’t the rocks to back him.
SHORTVILLE: James Paulus was on the sick list last week.
T. Kerns broke camp last Wednesday.
George Robinson purchased a horse of Bernard Yahr a few days ago.
PLEASANT RIDGE: Old Jake Brown is very sick again.
WILCOX: John Vanderberg lost a fine Jersey a few days ago.
Miss Mida Visgar of Granton, visited friends and relatives here last week.
John Ebbe entertained his friends with a dance Friday evening.
A pleasant surprise was given Ethel King last Tuesday evening. The evening was spent in games and music.
Tom Garvin made a business trip to Greenwood Monday.
L. W. Mack has returned from Loyal and reopened his blacksmith shop.
E. H. Lindsey and wife returned to Stevens Point Wednesday last.
The Loyal Tribune in its last issue said that Jessie Lawrence was married to Roy Hilton. The bride is a former resident of this place and has a large circle of friends who join in wishing her a bright and happy future.
Joe Randorf intends to erect a fine brick residence next summer.
Mrs. Mary VanDassel went to Unity last week Saturday.
Etta Whitcomb starts Wednesday for Chicago to make her home with Dr. Brewer.
CHILI: Mrs. L. Hoople is on the sick list.
H. Henning is suffering with a lame back.
John Henning went to Marshfield one day last week and returned with a beautiful deer head mounted. This is one of the many deer which John has killed and he is justly pround of it.
Mrs. Joseph Hutt died last Saturday night after over a week of suffering. The funeral services were held at the Chili M. E. church Tuesday afternoon.
Response--News: The Clark Republican and Press 3-14-1895
Contact: Tom Mack
Do you think this article is speaking of Leslie Mack? I'm wondering if my ggg-uncle was a blacksmith. Tom Mack
The Clark Republican and Press 3-14-1895
Tom, Sorry but the article didn't list Mr. Mack's first name. I am very careful to type the articles exactly as they were printed, as I'm of the belief that history shouldn't be altered, for better or worse. This has caused a fair amount of frustration to many modern readers! Sorry I couldn't help. Good luck. Vickie
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