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Surnames: CAMPBELLL ROSS SNYDER BOLTON HUMISTON ROOT MACK PRESHER DAVIS WINDOVER LINDSLEY ROWE GRABE GARVIN WILCOX BARTLETT GIBSON BROWN
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 07/25/1895
Wilcox: July 24, 1895
C . M. Campbell is sporting a new road cart.
Sadie Ross of Kansas is visiting her grandparents and other relatives here.
M. L. Snyder and wife visited relatives at the county seat Sunday.
Mr. Bolton of Tomah, was the guest of G. P. Dorr and family last week.
Jesse Humiston and wife were Loyal visitors Wednesday last.
Little Alice Root is quite ill.
L. W. Mack left Wednesday morning for Groton, South Dakota to work in the wheat fields.
Wm. Presher of Humbird, was here on business last week.
F. W. Davis of Granton, was over on business Wednesday.
The drought is broken and all vegetation has revived.
Arthur Windover and wife accompanied by their father and adopted sister drove to Humbird Saturday.
Mrs. S. A. Lindsley and Mrs. S. A. Rowe visited at Loyal Thursday.
Mrs. Ernest Grabe was a Granton visitor Thursday.
A. E. Garvin transacted business at Marshfield Friday.
Mrs. S. A. Wilcox of St. Louis, Missouri, is the guest of Al Garvin and wife.
Misses Fannie and Ollie Bartlett of LaCrosse are the guests of Mildred and Cora Dorr.
A pleasant surprise was given Miss Maggie Bolton last Friday evening and a pleasant time was enjoyed by all.
James Gibson, while under brushing one day last week, hung his watch on a bush and forgot to take it when he went home. The next morning it could not be found.
Miss Grace Brown of Neillsville will give a recital at the Visgar Church Saturday evening, August 3rd. The program will consist of both recitations and music. Admission: adults 10 and children, 5 cents. The ladies will have ice cream and cake for sale.
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