Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: ROWE LINDSLEY PEASE GRABE BENEDICT PALMER HALES FULWILER CORZETTE
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 05/16/1895
Wilcox: May 15, 1895
Fruit was damaged to a great extent by the frosts Saturday and Sunday nights.
Mrs. Rowe and daughter Jennie visited Neillsville Thursday.
George Lindsley’s house received a coat of paint last week.
One Pease of Tomah, is visiting relatives and friends at this place.
A. Benedict was a Loyal visitor last Thursday.
Chubb Grabe is the proud possessor of a dandy span of colts.
Willie and Belle Benedict and Pearl Palmer visited Hemlock last week.
A. W. Hales and L. J. Fulwiler made a business trip to Loyal Thursday.
John Corzette has received the job of building 148 rods of turnpike, receiving $100 for same.
The Good Templars enjoyed the results of the speaking contest Saturday night. Candy was the result.
Wm. Rowe and wife visited at Loyal Saturday.
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