Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: MACK GIBSON PALMER DUNN GARVIN POTTER WINDOVER IDE BRADFORD
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 06/23/1892
Les Mack is building a blacksmith shop.
S.D. Gibson made a shipment of cheese from his factory of about 2800 lbs, the first of the season.
Perry Palmer lost a horse this week with inflammation of the season.
Effie Dunn, of Loyal, closed her term of school the 20th in District No. 1.
Mrs. T.H. Garvin is on the sick list.
Mrs. Potter, mother of Hi Windover, is quite feeble.
C.H. Ide has returned from his homestead up in Oneida County.
They have the tabernacle up on the camp ground ready for camp meeting. Rev. E. Bradford is expected Thursday.
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