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Surnames: PALMER, GALLAND, GARVIN, MACK, WHITE, COOK, KING, FULWILER, BASSETT, CAMPBELL, LINDSLEY, BROWN, VICK
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 08/08/1895
Wilcox: August 7, 1895
Grain is nearly all cut.
Mrs. John Palmer is reported quite ill with lung fever.
Tom Galland and John Garvin were out from Marshfield last week on their wheels. John has charge of an engine here.
Les Mack has returned from the west and several others have gone to the same place.
Willie White and Harry Cook, of Loyal, were down Sunday.
The Wilcox threshing machine started up Monday morning.
Frank King and son George, of St. Cloud, are visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity.
G. W. Fulwiler and family, of the Hub City, visited at Wilcox, the past week.
Mrs. Frona Bassett, of Hemlock, is here on a visit.
Bob Campbell, of Neillsville, was here on business Friday.
Mrs. S. A. Lindsley returned home from Plover Monday.
The recital given by Miss Grace Brown Saturday evening deserved a full house.
A pleasant surprise party took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Vick Friday evening in honor of their son Charley’s 21st birthday. Ice cream and cake was served. Among the presents was a beautiful watch.
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