News: Twenty-Six Road (9 Nov. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Deane, Ware, Garvin, Mack, McClain, Fahey, Bishop, Bryan, Hewett,
Condit, Wildish, Rogers, Heaslett, Bibby, Blecha, Scott, Jenkins,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 9 Nov.
Edna Deane has been working at the Ware's
Mr. Garvin was lucky enough to get a deer last Saturday.
Mrs. Harry Hewett, who has been quite sick, is some better.
Little Johnny Mack has the typhoid fever.
Lizzie McClain is working at Harry Hewett's.
Larry Fahey was home from camp this week.
Mr. Bishop was down one day last week, putting in a steel tank for Mrs. Fahey.
Ned Fahey came home Saturday night, and went back to camp again Tuesday, after voting for Bryan.
Rev. Hendren held services at the chapel Sunday. There will be services next Sunday also, if the weather permits.
Archie Scott and wife were visiting at Mr. Jenkins' last Sunday.
We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Blecha is quite ill again.
Mrs. Tom Bibby returned home Monday from Spring Valley.
Jimmie Bibby has bills out for an auction sale at his place, Nov. 9.
Mr. Heaslett and wife and Mr. Rogers and wife attended the Rebekah's picnic at Greenwood Wednesday evening.
Mr. Condit and wife and Mr. Wildish and wife, of Neillsville, visited with Mr. Rogers' people Wednesday.
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