News: Lynn Twp. (Jan. 24, 1903)


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Surnames: Bass, Bresemann, Brooks, Grassman, johnson, Laughinbough, Lindlow, Lowe, Lustic, Nitchske, Opelt, Teatz, Weisner


----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 1/29/1903


Lynn Township


Mrs. Lustic has been quite ill.


Irvin Brooks is shipping cordwood.


Mrs. Carl Opelt still continues very sick.


Fred Grassman has moved into his new house.


Lynn has one family quarantined for smallpox.


Quite a number here are suffering with colds.


Chas. Bass is at his old job again on the section.


Ernest Nitchske is laid up with a very lame leg.


Oscar Bresemann is home again; he having been at work for A. Lindow.


J.P. Bresemann and Ed Weisner are working on the haypress for Laughinbough.


Oscar Johnson ad Robert Teatz have finished hauling lumber for Tom Lowe of Neillsville.



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