News: Loyal, Wis. (30 Nov. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Weiner, Nutting, Edwards, Colby, Alexander, Schultz, Graves,
Welsch, Williams, Mengel
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 30 Nov.
H. Weiner, who spent the hunting season in Clark county, took two deer home with him to Schlesingerville Friday.
M. H. Nutting returned to his home at Marshall, Wis., after a two weeks' visit with his brother, Frank.
Paul Edwards and family have removed to Marshfield, where he expects to go into the butcher business for himself.
O. C. Colby, son and daughter of Crystal Lake, Ill., spent a few days in Loyal last week with B.W Colby and family.
I. M. Alexander and Jennie Alexander went to Neillsville Sunday.
Wm Schultz of the town of York, had the misfortune of loosing one of his horses in Graves' pond Saturday night. Mr. Schultz got onto the wrong street on going home and in crossing the pond the team broke through, one of the animals drowning or chilling to death before it could be gotten out.
Mrs. Wm. Welsch went to Brandon, Wis., for an extended visit with relatives.
Mike Williams returned to his home at Weyauwega Monday after a visit with his brother, Alex.
Wm Mengel sold two hogs last week that weighed 900 lbs. and William don't make any pretentions of being a good farmer.
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