News: Twenty-Six Road (21 Sept. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Bibby, Hewett, Rogers, Nichol, Lehnard, Heaslett, Webb, Boyce,
Holmes, Jenkins, White, Fahey, Ware, Bart, Myrick
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Sept. 1900
Andrew Bibby returned to Neillsville last Wednesday.
Among those who attended the fair from this place were Mr. and Mrs. Hewett, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Nichol, Mrs. Lehnard and Max Heaslett.
Mrs. Webb returned to her home near Galesville one day last week.
Mr. Boyce has been on the sick list.
There was no school last week owing to the sickness of the teacher.
Helen Holmes is attending school in Neillsville.
Mr. Jenkins has been the guest of the Ware people this week.
Two more of Mr. White's children are sick with typhoid fever.
Ned Fahey drove to Neillsville Sunday.
A letter from Dan Fahey states that he reached Centralia, Wash., Friday morning. He visited a saw mill there and saw a log that scaled 8,000 ft. He intended to go to Portland, Oregon, the next day.
Joe Lehnard and Mr. Bart are building Mr. Myrick's house.
Ned Fahey has rented his farm to Mr. Jenkins.
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