News: Unity, Wis. (17
Surnames: Sly, Boyer, Nelson, Erickson, Phillips, Butler, Hamann, Blank
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 03/17/1892
Unity, Wis. - Mar. 17, 1892
It is understood that the man Sly who was among those who held up the train at Western Union Junction, and who was later sent up for 20 years is A. D. Sly who formerly resided in Unity, Wis.
Died - A child of Mr. and Mrs. A. Boyer, last Saturday morning. The remains were interred in the Unity cemetery Monday. The bereaved family have the sympathy of all those in the community.
C. Nelson who at present dishes out the dainties at March Rapids, spent the Sabbath at home.
Henry Erickson sold his staves to ? P. Blank. Henry had about 30,000 of them.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips were in town Sunday, the guests of the family of ? Healy.
Train No. 1 was about 5 hours late on Monday.
W. H. Butler was up from Granton, last Saturday.
O. C. Hamann was in Withee, last Thursday. Otto says Withee is allright yet, and his friends were glad to see him.
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