Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: KING FULWILER MACK WARNER MACOBE BREESE FORD
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 10/29/1891
Mr. Frank King, of Fond du Lac, who has been visiting his brother H.A. King, has returned home.
Mr. Israel Fulwiler had a brother and niece down from Washington County for a few days visit.
L. Mack has got his blacksmith shop shingled.
W.W. Warner is having his house plastered. Charley Macobe is the plasterer.
Mrs. John Breese was quite seriously hurt last week by falling on the sidewalk as she was getting out of the wagon by Neillsville, Wis. She is now able to do her work again.
About fifty were present at the Good Templars’ oyster supper last Friday evening.
Rev. James Ford organized a chapter of the Epworth League with twenty-six members last Sunday evening.
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