John E. Reilly spent Sunday in Beloit, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Edna Iunghuhn. February 10, 1906, Badger, Evansville, WI.

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1 September 9, 1905, Badger October 7, 1905, Badger Mrs. Kate Reilly was called to Beloit, Thursday, by the illness of her daughter, Grace, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Edna Iunghun. November 25, 1905, The Badger, Evansville, Wisconsin Mrs. Edna Reilly-Inghuhn of Beloit, is spending the holiday week with her parents John Reilly and wife. January 2, 1906, Tribune John E. Reilly has purchased a nice team of large horses of I. U. Fisher for his draying business. February 2, 1906, Enterprise, Evansville, WI. Mrs. Jane Reilly takes her departure Saturday morning for a visit with her daughter Mrs. Ada Douglas in New Berlin, Ill. February 2, 1906, Enterprise John E. Reilly spent Sunday in Beloit, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Edna Iunghuhn. February 10, 1906, Badger, Evansville, WI.

2 Mr. and Mrs. Iunghuhn returned to their home in Beloit last week after a visit with their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Reilly and other relatives and friends here. May 8, 1906, The Tribune, Evansville, Wisconsin C. W. Iunghuhn and wife of Beloit were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Reilly the Fourth. Madeline Antes, Grace Reilly and Lillian Hoffman returned home with them Thursday. July 10, 1906, Tribune. Joe Hoffman, who has been a guest of J. E. Reilly and other relatives for some time past, returned to his home in Ohio, the first of the week. October 13, 1906, Evansville Review January 10, 1907, Evansville Review, Evansville, Wisconsin Mrs. John Reilly is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism. April 5, 1907, Enterprise, Evansville, WI Grace Reilly of Beloit College is home for a few days assisting in the care of her mother. April 12, 1907, Enterprise, Evansville, WI Mrs. J. E. Reilly is with her daughters, grace, and Mrs. Edna Iunghuhn in Beloit. May 10, 1907, Enterprise, p. 3, col. Evansville, Wisconsin Earl Johnson of Chicago, Ill., spent a few days with his uncles Emmett and J. E. Reilly, returning to the city Tuesday. May 10, 1907, Enterprise, p. 3, col. 2, Evansville, Wisconsin John Reilly has had a new foundation built under his barn and a new roof put on. The lot is being filled in and leveled up, improving its appearance. May 20, 1908, Enterprise & Tribune, Evansville, WI For Sale: My entire draying business will be sold to anyone wishing to purchase, at just what it inventories. There is plenty of business. For full particulars inquire of J. E. Reilly.

3 January 13, 1909, Enterprise, p. 1, col. 7, Evansville, Wisconsin John Reilly has sold his draying business to Gus Jewel and will remove, with his family to Beloit, where he has been appointed agent for the Standard Oil company. He has been here for many years, and both he and his family will be greatly missed by their many friends here. March 24, 1909, Enterprise & Tribune, Evansville, Wisconsin Guy Patterson has quit his job in the store and purchased the oil business from John Reilly, which he will look after in the future. Mr. Patterson will be found a careful and reliable man in this work, and we predict he will give satisfaction to both patrons and the company. March 31, 1909, The Enterprise and The Tribune, p. 1, col. 3, Evansville, Wisconsin John Reilly came up from Beloit one day last week for a brief stay in the old home town. May 12, 1909, Enterprise & Tribune, Evansville, WI September 1, 1909, The Enterprise, Evansville, Wisconsin

4 September 30, 1909, Evansville Review

5 Review article Cont. of September 30, 1909, Evansville October 13, 1909, Enterprise, Evansville, Wisconsin October 13, 1909, Enterprise, Evansville, Wisconsin Miss Grace Reilly of Beloit, and Miss Lillian Hoffman, of Toledo, Ohio, made a flying trip up from Beloit, Sunday, for a short visit with relatives. October 13, 1909, Enterprise, Evansville, Wisconsin For Sale: My entire draying business will be sold to anyone wishing to purchase, at just what it inventories. There is plenty of business. For full particulars inquire of J. E. Reilly. January 6, 1909, Enterprise, p. 1, col. 6, Evansville, Wisconsin Emmett Reilly is working at the cement business in South Dakota this season. April 27, 1910, The Enterprise and Tribune, p. 1, col. 3, Evansville, Wisconsin

6 William Douglas left for his new home in La Crosse Friday and will be joined by his family shortly. He has leased his home to Mrs. Emmett Reilly. April 27, 1911, Evansville Review Wm Colbert is to occupy the Reilly house on the corner of Church Street and Maple Avenue. February 22, 1912, p. 5, col. 1, Evansville Review Mr. And Mrs. John Reilly and daughter Grace of Beloit, were over Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. R. M. Antes. March 30, 1911, Evansville Review Mrs. John Reilley of Beloit is a guest this week at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. M. Antes, April 18, 1912, Evansville Review, p. 5, col. 3 Mr. and Mrs. M. Holden entertained the following people at a family reunion on Sunday: Mrs. W. F. Holden and two children of Baraboo, Mr. and Mrs. John Reilly of Beloit, Mrs. Charles Bartlett and Mrs. Jane Reilly of Blanchardville, Emmett Reilly of Milwaukee and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Speer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holden and children of Evansville. February 28, 1915, Evansville Review, p. 5, col. 1, Evansville, Wisconsin Mrs. J. E. Reilly of Beloit, spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Robert M. Antes. February 10, 1916, p. 5, Evansville Review, Evansville, Wisconsin Mrs. J. E. Reilly, of Beloit, and Daniel Cornelius, of Philippi, W. Va., spent the weekend at the home of R. M. Antes. On Monday Mr. Cornelius accompanied Mrs. Reilly home for a visit, after which he will return here for an extended visit. November 18, 1917, Evansville Review, p. 5, col. 2, Evansville, Wisconsin August 29, 1918, Evansville Review

7 April 21, 1921, Evansville Review

8 March 9, 1922, Evansville Review

9 May 11, 1922, Evansville Review January 18, 1923, Evansville Review John E. Reilly John E. Reilly, who died at his home at Beloit, Friday, December 7, was born in Madison, Wisconsin, March 27, 1859, coming to Evansville when a small child with his parents, where he received his education and made his home until fifteen years ago when the needs of his business made it necessary for him to remove to Beloit, where he has made his home since. For ten years, Mr. Reilly was agent for the Standard Oil Company in this city, the company then moving him to Beloit, where he put in fifteen more years in its employ, making him one of the oldest employees in point of service, that company has ever had. The deceased was a member of the Court of Honor, the E. F. U. and the Elks, the funeral services at Beloit being largely attended. Interment was made in the Evansville Cemetery, where a large number of his old friends and associates gathered to show their respect for a man whom they had known for a long period when he was in business in this city. There is left to mourn his loss, his wife and two daughters, Miss Grace Reilly, and Mrs. Charles Iunghuhn, both of Beloit; four sisters, Mrs. Mike Holden, Evansville, Mrs. Charles Bartlett, Beloit, Mrs. John Douglas, Mansfield, Ill., Mrs. Kate Speer, Jefferson, Wisconsin and one brother, Emmett Reilly, of Milwaukee. To the hosts of old friends in this city who knew him, during his many years of business in Evansville, the announcement of the death

10 of John Reilly, still in the prime of life, comes as sad news. His great strength of character, intelligence of more than the average, and sterling traits of characters expressed in his business and social dealings with his fellow men had made for him many friends who hold for his feelings of kindness and regard, far in excess of the ordinary feelings of friendship. December 13, 1923, Evansville Review, Evansville, Wisconsin

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12 John B. Douglas obit continued. February 21, 1924, Evansville Review Mr. And Mrs. Charles Iunghuhn, Miss Grace Reilly, Mrs. Catherine Reilly, Mrs. P. S. Larson, and Dudley Larson, Beloit, and Mr. And Mrs. R. W. Hayes and Mrs. L. W. Bailey, Terra Haute, Ind., were among those from out of town who attended the grand opening of Evansville s new Velvet Greens miniature golf course Saturday. August 14, 1930, Evansville Review, Evansville, WI. (note: the miniature golf course was owned by William Antes)

13 January 15, 1931, Evansville Review, p. 1, col. 4, & p. 8, Evansville, Wisconsin

14 Mrs. E. T. Reilly, Milwaukee, a former resident of this city, will come the last of the week to care for Mrs. Walter Apfel, who is expected to return from St. Mary s hospital, Madison, Saturday, or Sunday. June 23, 1932, Evansville Review, p. 5, col. 2, Evansville, Wisconsin FORMER LOCAL MAN DIES IN MILWAUKEE Emmett Reilly Answers Final Call Friday; Funeral Rites Held Here Monday Emmett Reilly, 73, a former Evansville resident and brother of Mrs. Mary Holden, 34 North Second Street, died at 2 a.m. Friday in a Milwaukee hospital following a lingering illness. He had never fully recovered from injuries sustained in a street car accident in Milwaukee eight years ago and had been failing in health since that time. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Roderick funeral home here with the Rev. Grant V. Clark pastor of the local Congregational church officiating. The song service was presented by Mrs. W. A. Dake who sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" accompanied at the piano by Mrs. John Thurman. Burial was made in Maple Hill cemetery with Martin L. Paulson, S. E. Barnard, Walter Tullar, Charles Merrick, Berg Morgan and Ben Ellis as pall bearers. Mr. Reilly was born in 1863 in Evansville and was married here to Miss Lida Pearlman of this city. He was employed here for many years as a cement worker moving with Mrs. Reilly about 20 years ago to Milwaukee. While in Milwaukee Mr. and Mrs. Reilly operated a large rooming house which business they conducted until Mr. Reilly was injured. Besides his wife, Mr. Reilly is survived by one son, Burr T. Reilly, Milwaukee, a daughter, Mrs. Kittie Jones, Milwaukee; two grandchildren; and three sisters, Mrs. Mary Holden, this city; Mrs. Walter Speer, Warren, Wis.; and Mrs. Ada Douglas, Madison. Among those who were here Monday to attend the services were Mrs. Ada Douglas, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hatfield, Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Speer, Warren, Wis; Miss Grace Reilly, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dudley, Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Speer and two sons and Mrs. Herman Schrandt, Janesville; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holden, Pecatonica; and Mr. and Mrs. Burr Reilly and Mrs. Kittie Jones and two daughters, Milwaukee. January 3, 1935, Evansville Review, pp 1 & 8, Evansville, Wisconsin

15 Evansville Review Evansville July 29, 1937,

16 December 1, 1938, Evansville Review November 24, 1938, Evansville Review

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