News: Wilcox (30 Mar. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Garvin, Livingstone, Fulwiler, Lawrence, Vandeberg, Benedict, Wilcox, Dwyer, Snyder, Gardner, Bassett, Vick, Tucker, Whalen, Turner
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 30 Mar. 1900
Tom Garvin has sold his farm to Wm Livingstone and intends to move to Loyal in the near future.
Mr. A. P. Fulwiler and family will move on their farm soon.
W. I. Lawrence purchased a forty acre farm from Wm. Vandeberg recently.
Mr. A. Benedict has purchased the Wilcox store and post-office building and intends to put a basement under same this spring.
Jno. Dwyer broke camp last week, consequently Milt Snyder and George Gardner are home again.
The Marshfield Jew horse-dealers have succeeded in selling teams to Byron Bassett, A. Vandeberg, Melvin Lawrence and Wm Fulwiler the last few weeks.
Among those intending to build the coming season are Ed. Tucker a house, and Chas Vick and Jno. Vandeberg, each a barn.
Born to Abe Turner and wife, March 19, a boy.
W. I. Lawrence has gone on the road selling pulley coating.
Those on the sick list are Mrs. Maria Whalen and Mrs. Al Turner.
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