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  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on October 9, 1925:   BOYS FIND AND POLICEMAN CONFISCATED “MOONSHINE”   Bootleggers’ Filling Station Discovered in Clump of Willows in Hay Field South of Town.   What is presumed to have been a “bootlegger’s filling station” went out of business...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on September 11, 1925:   NELSON BROTHERS TO OPEN VARIETY STORE TORMORROW   New Annex to Department Store to Open With New and Enlarged Stock of Low Priced Merchandise.   S. B. Nelson, president of Nelson Bros., Inc., this week announced that the...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on September 11, 1925:   BANKS OF ROCK COUNTY TO PAY LESS INTEREST ON C. D’S.   Starting With September 15th the Rate of Interest Paid on Time Deposits Will Be 4% Per Annum   Beginning next Tuesday Sept. 15th, interest rates on certificates of...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on September 5, 1925:   CENSUS SHOW HEAVY INCREASE IN TRAVEL   Average Number of Vehicles Passing Daily Over No. 9 is 847, and over No. 6, 744, in Seven-Day Period.   INCREASE OF 138 CARS DAILY SHOWN ON NO. 9   Total is 5,929 on No. 9, and 5,209 on...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on September 25, 1925:   Dance at the Armory Four hundred seventy-five tickets were sold for the Chinatown ball given Friday evening at the Armory under the auspices of Co. H. 205th infantry M. N. G. It is said to have been the largest attended dance...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on Sept. 4, 1925:   ROCK COUNTY BANKERS TO HOLD PICNIC SEPTEMBER 6   Annual Event to be Held At Blue Mounds With Highly Promising Program of Events.   Sunday afternoon, September 6th, has been selected as the time, and the Blue Mounds north of...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on August 7, 1925:   LUVERNE GETS TWO NATIONAL HIGHWAYS   Joint Highway Board, Meeting in Washington, Designates Numbers 6 and 9 Arterial Highways.   WILL ADD TO VALUE OF ESTABLISHED TRAILS   New Arterial Highways to Cross Entire country, Each With...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on July 3, 1925:   FEDERAL FIELD AGENTS NOW MAKING SURVEY OF ROCK CO.   Work This Week Confined to Rose Dell and Springwater, Where Many Barberry Bushes Are Destroyed.   One hundred fifty barberry bushes, most of which are heavily infected with grain...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on December 29, 1900:   1900 A PROSPEROUS YEAR   NEW YEAR OPENS WITH BRIGHT PROSPECTS   Large Number of Public and Private Improvements throughout the County—Farm Comforts Increased by Construction of Buildings and Towns Made Healthier by Better...

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