- Personal Mention (17 Aug. 1886)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Shanks, Pitcher, Gates, Harris, Klopf, Wells, Stevens, White, Armstrong, Anderson, Youmans, Brothers, Houston, Campbell, Blakesless, Davidson, Tolford, Stowe, Esch, Dodge
----Sources: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 17 Aug. 1886
Who Has Come, Who Has Gone, and Are Going Away - Other Gossip.
James Shanks, of Greenwood, came down Friday night to meet his wife, who returned from La Crosse, where she had been under medical treatment.
Dr. H. A Pitcher and Chas. H. Gates stared Friday morning on a hunting expedition to Minnesota. They will return the first of September.
Mr. Nelson Harris, of Jefferson, is in the city, the great of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klopf. Mr. Harris is one of the old pioneers of Jefferson and a well to do farmer.
Will N. Wells, of Black River Falls, came up from Merrillan Saturday, on his way home from Michigan.
J. L. Gates and family arrived home from the seashore Saturday.
Messrs. Stevens, White, Armstrong and Anderson, of Greenwood, took in the sights of this city Saturday.
Mr. C. A. Youmans has been slightly under the weather the past week.
Miss Manie Brothers made her sister at Fairchild a short visit last week.
James Houston returned home the fore part of last week.
Wm. Campbell and Frank Blakeslee drove through to Sparta Thursday.
Walter Davidson and family returned from their trip to Rio Friday.
Sheriff Tolford is taking in the country subpoenaing jurors for the fall term of circuit court.
L. E. Stowe, of Unity, was a welcome caller at the Back Alley Office yesterday.
Dr. Esch, and wife returned from their extended trip east this morning.
Alf. Dodge, editor of the Star and News at Medford, came down yesterday and started on his return today.
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