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Diachylum Salve. For boils, old sores, felons, etc. Price 15 cents, 25 cents, 40 cents. Prepared by Alfred Eckersley, Plymouth, Wis. Sent by mail on receipt of price. For sale by Corbett & Ackermann, Plymouth Wis.

Plymouth Review – July 8, 1903


William Ebelt, who had made his home in Lyndon for several years, died last Thursday, his death being caused by apoplexy. Mr. Ebelt, who was in his sixty-first year was born Feb. 14, 1843. The funeral took place from the house at one o’clock Saturday afternoon, the Rev. Halboth conducting the services and internment was made in the Cascade cemetery. Saturday was the day set for the marriage of a daughter of the deceased, and as it was his request that the young couple should not alter their plans, the marriage ceremony was performed just prior to the burial service. At the appointed hour the casket was closed, the bridal party filed into the room, and after pronouncing the word which made the two young hearts happy, Rev. Halboth turned about and read the burial service. A like occasion has never before been known in this vicinity.

Plymouth Review – June 24, 1903


Mrs. Frank Derrwaldt has recently given two very enjoyable parties at her home on Reed street. The first afternoon twenty-five ladies were invited and for the second, which was Friday afternoon, thirty-five invitations were issued. Friday afternoon the ladies indulged in a potato race, carrying potatoes on a knife between two designated points, Mrs. L.W. Tillotson being the winner of the prize, a china bon bon dish. A novel way was had of securing partners for supper by means of candy hearts whereon were printed various mottos, the two having the same words going to supper together.

Plymouth Review – July 2, 1902

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