Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: KING FULWILER LAWRENCE ESCH LINDSLEY GRAVES
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 01/14/1892
H.A. King went to Fairchild last week to visit his brother, Dr. E. King.
Amos Fulwiler spent part of his week at Marshfield visiting, but this week he is tussling with La Grippe.
There has been over 30 cases of La Grippe around here the past week. At Mrs. E.M. Lawrence’s there was 11 sick. Almost all are improving.
Dr. Esch was called last week to see George Lindsley. He pronounced his disease lung fever, but he is getting better now.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Graves are the last reported down with the grippe. It don’t seem to freeze out with the mercury down to 20 as well as some of the cellars do at zero.
James Ford is holding a series of meetings at the Centre.
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