(15 Sept. 1882)
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Surnames: Drake, Heath, Robbins, Chase, Tarbor, Wilcot, Sutherlands
----Sources: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 12 Sept. 1882
Heathville - 9 Sept. 1882
Editors Times: Peach resigns supreme at Heathville now.
The farmers of this place are all very busy gathering in their fall harvest, and this last week of pleasant weather has helped them greatly.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Drake are the possessors of a twelve pound boy.
Mr. Horace Heath has three children very sick with the putrid sore throat.
Mr. Ira Robbins, who has been in Columbus since last spring, returned home this week.
Mr. Homer Chase, Mr. C. D. Tarbor and two daughters attended the circus at Neillsville Friday.
School closed Friday with a pleasant little entertainment gotten up by the teacher and scholars.
Mr. Albert Wilcot of New York is visiting at his uncles, J. Sutherlands.
-- T. H.
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