News: Unity, Wis. (2 April 1903)
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Surnames: Andre, Ayer, Balle, Frane, Horn, Molla, Pickett, Salter, Schintz, Sheldon, Stewart
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 4/2/1903
Judge Salter of Colby was a Unity visitor Monday. His many friends were pleased to see him looking so well after his long and serious illness.
Several of the town of Unity boys, who have been at work in northern Wisconsin the past winter, have returned home. Some expect to return in the course of a few weeks’ time.
W.A. Sheldon has said adieu to Unity to become a Longwood citizen. W.A. made many friends during his short stay here and he carries with him their best wishes for future success.
The caucus for the town of Unity was held last Saturday afternoon. It was exciting and the struggle for nominations on the ticket for some offices was long and close until the final end. The ballotting [sic] resulted in the following nominations: Chariman, Edgar Ayer; supervisors, B. Balle and Otto Andre; clerk F.A. Schintz (by acclamation); assessor, Jos. Frane; justices, Wm. Stewart, S.H. Pickett; constables, J.K. Horn, Lynn Pickett, Chas. Molla.
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