Mrs. Elizabeth Sneed, 88 years of age, was
found dead in her bed at Bloomington, yesterday morning. She was one of
the earliest settlers in Woodford county. [Wisconsin State Journal
September 17, 1889 - Sub. by a Friend of Free Genealogy]
TAKEN FROM THE TOLUCA STAR NEWSPAPER - February 7, 1902
Rural Routes To Be Established
Route No. 1
Route No. 2
Transcribed and submitted by Marilyn
Anna Hosher to Talbot Hosher
Toluca Star, Friday, Nov.1, 1901
Toluca Star, Friday, Nov.1, 1901John Manly Sr. of Minonk died Thursday morning.
Lacon Home Journal, Dec. 21, 1881
Mr. Victor Boulier, not long since returned from France, bringing with him a beautiful bride, (at present visiting relatives in Richland) will try their destinies in Chicago.
Mrs. Alex Boulier is suffering with chronic sore throat.
Lacon Home Journal, Jan. 17,
A. Boulier received a kick on the knee from one of his horses, from the effects of which he has to move about on crutches.
Crow Creek News
Mr. Alex Boulier is confined to his room with a very painful knee, caused by the kick of a horse, the calk of the shoe cutting the bone.
Mr. Perry Hoshorof Ohio is visiting friends in Partridge.
Lacon Home Journal, January 31,
Mr. Boulier’s limb has taken a relapse, he being one of those individuals that never can give a would time to heal or let good sleighting (sic) to unimproved.
Lacon Home Journal, February 7,
A. Boulier has built himself a boat which he will launch and go for the feathery tribe in opposition to Clawson and Jones.
Lacon Home Journal, May 9,
Mr. Alex Boulier and son, besides tending their own large farm, have rented quite a number of acres of land from Hoshor (signed: Mrs. L.A.G.)
Lacon Home Journal, Sept. 19,
Mr. Alex Boulier returned from his visit to Nebraska like every one else, perfectly transported with that salubrious clime. Mr. L. A. Guibert and son Clarence will return via Central Illinois, stopping off at Sioux City, to see his son Louis who was admitted to the bar the sixth inst. by the circuit court of that city.
Lacon Home Journal, Oct. 17,
Mr. Alex Boulier and family will go to Nebraska, their future home.
Lacon Home Journal, Dec. 12,
Alex Boulier will remove to Nebraska and will have a public sale Saturday December 15th. He has a large lot of stock, farm machinery etc. to sell on 9 months time.
Lacon Home Journal, Feb. 4,
Alex Boulier and family reached their destination in the west safely, and write that they had a little of every kind of weather upon their arrival.
James Dunn formerly of Crow Creek but now of Cedar Bluff, Nebraska, will soon visit here to see relatives and settle accounts with his land lord. Hard work, and economy has always been his watchword, and the consequences is he can buy a good farm any day.