News: Unity News (Clips, 25 Mar 1882)
----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Saturday, March 25, 1882 | Page 1
Unity, Wis. Local News
While at Unity last week we tailed on J. H. Cook, whom we found as usual, good humored, and evidently content with his present lot.
J. A. Pettet we found busy, and we draw the conclusion that his business is in u prosperous condition. Messrs. Salter and Healy, successors to N. C. Ransom, we found in good spirits, and we acknowledge a shake of hearty welcome.
Gus. Homested, the genial landlord who presides over the Forest House, always has some provision left for the weary traveler. Be it ever so late. The business men in general are doing an active business, mechanics are in demand, and but few idlers on the streets. Mr. Joe. Wicker has put up a large amount of white oak logs near the truck. Should cold weather continue, he will no doubt till his contract.
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