News: York Township (04/20/1893)
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: BENEDICT DOOR FREE FULWILER GARVIN GIBSON MACK PETTET RICHARDSON ROWE
----Source: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 04/20/1893
Wilcox, Wisconsin; April 12, 1893
W. Fulwiler came home from Chili the other day with face all swollen up with toothache. The I.O.G.T. social was not largely attended on account of the rain and hall that evening, but the performance went on just the same, and it was pronounced a good entertainment by those present. L. Fulwiler and F. Benedict are at work in Chili. Mrs. William Rowe scalded her arm so bad she can not use it. R. Free has bought S. W. Richardson's farm.
April 19, 1893
Last week our items were a little late; we smuggled them in the outside box in the P. O. and stepped inside and to our surprise, found that the stage had gone. Mr. Pettet, an uncle to Mrs. William Mortimer, is visiting friends here. Miss Millie Door visited at the home of Walter Rowe. Blacksmiths have birthdays, also surprise parties. If you doubt our word, ask L. W. Mack. A. Benedict and little Jim Gibson are on the sick list. J. J. Rowe, Sr. and J. H. Garvin are at Chili working for the Heading firm. S. D. Gibson joined the M.W.A. camp at Granton Monday night, April 10th. S. W. Richardson talks of going to Sheboygan to work this summer.
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