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Surnames: ROWE BAGLEY HOFFMAN JAMES HOFFMAN KNUDSON LIVINGSTON KRAMER PEAT GILMAN MORTIMER LAWRENCE FULWILER GARDNER BAENSCH BEVERAGE GWIN
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 10/08/1896
Wilcox: October 7, 1896
W. M. and E. M. Rowe, applied the finishing touches to Ed Bagley’s new house this week.
Rev. Hoffman made farewell calls Saturday. He leaves today for Colby where he has been sent by the General Conference.
Mr. L. A. Rowe visited at Loyal Thursday.
Quite a large reinforcement of young people drove to Chili Saturday evening to attend the Crusade Jubilee meeting.
Rev. James preached his farewell sermon at the Center last Sunday; from here he goes to Cameron, Barron County.
Elders James and Hoffman will superseded by Rev. Knudson.
Sam Livingston met with an accident one day last week. He was unloading corn from the wagon, when the horses gave a sudden start, throwing him out. He struck on his head and shoulders and was rendered unconscious for some time.
Gus Kramer, of Loyal, was in our midst the past week.
Miss Carrie Peat contemplates going to Valley City, North Dakota, soon, to remain for the winter.
Farmers are busy husking corn and digging potatoes.
Will Gilman, wife and daughter, Edna, of Neillsville, were the guests of Mrs. William Mortimer Saturday.
G. J. Smith has entered the political field.
Mrs. W. Lawrence, W. C. Fulwiler and Arthur Gardner left Thursday for Plainfield to work in potato fields.
A peculiar cough is going the rounds.
Quite a large delegation of York heard Emil Baensch’s speech Monday evening.
Evangelist Beverage and wife are holding meetings in the Redmond Church.
Mrs. E. A. Gwin, of Loyal, was at Wilcox Monday and Tuesday with a stock of ladies’ hats.
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