News: Dorchester, Wis. (20 Mar. 1890)
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Surnames: Van Dusen, LaClaire, Tuttle, Robbins, Johnson, Larson, Marz, Myers

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 03/20/1890

Dorchester, Wis. - Mar. 20, 1890

A force of carpenters are at work framing timbers for O. D. Van Dusen’s new mill, at Fifield.

Gilbert LaClaire, who had a limb broken a short time ago, is rapidly recovering under the treatment of Dr. Nedry.

S. D. Tuttle, of Plover, is here on a visit and thinks some of moving back here.

Grant Robbins came down from Prentice, Monday night, for a short visit at home.

Ole Johnson and the Widow Larson were married, Sunday night.

Anton Marz was killed Tuesday, at Rib Lake, by a falling log. The remains arrived here on the limited train and were taken to the home of his father, a few miles south east of here. Deceased was about seventeen years old.

Fred Myers, of Prentice, was down, Wednesday, on business.




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