News: Unity, WI Locals (16 Aug 1901)

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----Source: Greenwood Gleaner, 16 Aug. 1901.

Unity Wisconsin News

Margaret Daling visited in Colby Monday.

J. A. Pettet has gone to Marinette for a brief visit.

Ida Sdchmitz and Lizzie Keehling were Colby visitors Sunday.

J. Enright was down from Colby Wednesday calling on his customers.

Chas. Creed returned to Rutledge the fore kpart of the week to resume work.

Chas. Lundstrum has leased the saloon formerly run by Peter Heintz. He will begin business about Sept. 1.

H. D. Creed and S. J. Falck left Thursday for Chicago. Both will be employed by the Central Co. in the cooking departments.

Belle Horr, accompanied by a lady friend, was up from Marshfield to attend the Woodmen dance and to visit among friends over Sunday.

A good crowd from Colby and several Marshfielders attended the dance Friday. Judging from all appearances, they had an excellent time.

Francis Marion Tuttle is having good success threshing so far this year, and he is receiving many jobs. He has a brand new outfit and the the work done is first class. The selparator is one of the improved ones of the Case Mfg. Co. The engine was purchased from a Minneapolis concern.

The dance last Friday evening was largely attended in spite of the threatening condition of the weather. A large crowd witnessed the display of fireworks, which was given under difficulties but nevertheless effective. All in attendance at the dance report a good time and say it was O. K.

Recently parties, who now seldom come to Unity, but formerly used to make this their trading center, were in town and remarked that during the past two years Unity had made some wonderful headway. Such reports are encouraging. Outsiders are able to see improvements better than ourselves.



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