News: Reseburg, Twp. (19 Oct. 1900)
Bobb, Armstrong, Colby, Brown, Buss, Crowley, Bruno, Hayes,
Telford, Randall, Miller, Stetler
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood,
Clark County, Wis.) 19 Oct. 1900
P. E. Bobb has his large new residence nearly completed.
A. S. Armstrong and wife of Hemlock, were Sunday visitors at J. E. Colby's.
B. J. Brown is confined to his room by an attack of inflammatory rheumatism.
Thos. Bobb has the wall laid for a new house, which he expects to build yet this fall.
Wm Buss sold his farm to Mrs. Crowley of Thorp, for $450, last week. He will move to Thorp.
L. Bruno and wife of Withee, were callers at R. B. Brown's Sunday.
The infant daughter of J. S. Hayes and wife died Thursday and was buried Saturday.
Herman Buss and J. E. Colby are each building a new barn on their respective farms.
Frank Telford has rented his mother's farm, which he will work in connection with his own next year.
Ira Randall, who is one of Uncle Sam's soldiers at Manila, writes that he is enjoying good health and in the best of spirits.
Thos. Bobb has sold the Frank Miller house to some newcomers who are moving it onto their land, opposite Wm. Stetler's.
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