News: Twenty-Six Road (31 March 1903)
Contact: Laurel Bragstad
Surnames: Christie, Dean, Dolan, Fahey, Howden, Mulligan, Murphy, Radke, Rogers, Rossman, Sheets, Syth, Ware, Waterbury, White
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 3/26/1903
Robbie Dolan is staying at Mrs. Fahey’s.
It is reported that George Howden has small pox.
Twenty-Six Road people are again without a pastor.
Oliver Mulligan is digging the cellar for his new house.
Will and Dave White started Monday for Crandon, Forest county.
Harvey Rogers was visiting with Twenty-Six Road friends Monday.
The new buttermaker at the creamery stayed one week and then quit.
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Ware attended W. Dean’s auction sale last Wednesday.
Robt. Syth and Jimmie Howden have sold their teams to Mike Murphy, who has taken them to Dakota.
Mable Rossman finished her school here Friday. Daisy Sheets has been engaged to teach the next term.
There were two dances on the program fro Friday night, one at Joe Christie’s and one at L. Radke’s.
Free Waterbury, an old resident of this place is here on a visit. He intends to sell his farm here before returning to his home in Encampment, Wyoming.
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