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Surnames: RONDORF LINDSLEY SHELDON CAMPBELL HEATH WARNER FULWILER WINDOVER WINN GIBSON MORTIMER PETTIT ROWE PALMER
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 06/20/1895
Wilcox: June 19, 1895
Matt Rondorf left Wednesday morning for Cashton, his former home.
Mrs. George Lindsley and daughter Hattie were visitors at Loyal Saturday.
Sheriff Sheldon was up on legal business Thursday.
C. M. Campbell transacted business at the County Seat last Wednesday.
Carrie Heath of Heathville, was the guest of Lillie Warner Sunday.
A. L. Snyder, W. C. Fulwiler and Blanche Windover, Etta Winn and Effie Gibson attended the graduating exercises at Neillsville Friday evening.
The M. E. Church lot at the Center received special attention the past week and is fenced and partly seeded.
George Mortimer and wife of Chilton, and Mr. Pettit of Brookville, visited W. Mortimer and family last week.
Mrs. Wm. Rowe and son visited relatives at Loyal Thursday last.
Camp meeting is well attended and will no doubt be a success.
A few days ago while Mrs. Jennie Palmer was getting dinner she stepped into the pantry to get something and happened to step on something soft. Her surprise and horror can better be imagined then described when she discovered she was standing on a spotted adder about two feet long. She called her husband but before he got there the snake had escaped. Nothing was seen of it until the next day when hearing a strange noise among the chickens Mrs. Palmer stepped to the door to see what the matter was and discovered the snake. Mr. Palmer soon had the reptile sleeping his last sleep.
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