News: Hull, Wis. (21 July 1892)
Contact: Stan

Surnames: Wescott, Allan, Mahoney, Brotherton, Ohlinger

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 07/21/1892

Hull - July 21, 1892

Thomas Wescott, of Eau Pleine, and his cousin Maud visited friends in Hull, last Sunday.

Miss Della Wescott, of Eau Pleine, visited two days, this week, with her friend, Mrs. Jas. Allan, who is still confined to her bed.

Chairman Mahoney is building an addition to his house. Dan, we hope you will let the boys know when you have the house warming.

R. W. Brotherton, district clerk, has taken to the school census for his district. There are forty-nine persons residing in the district between the ages of four and twenty years.

Fred Allan and John Ohlinger have been appointed constables, by the town board. The boys say they will protect the game laws, but, advise all farmers, when the hunting season comes, to carry a gun for self defense.

At a special town meeting in the town of Hull, held on the 16th, inst., the electors voted to raise the sum of $150 to be used in addition to the $200 raised at the annual town meeting, for the purpose of building a town hall.



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