News: East Lynn (02 Sep 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Lindow, Gehrke, Conrad

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/2/1915

East Lynn (2 SEP 1915)

It is stated that a certain small village is getting so dry that every living creature, be it man or beast, must turn into a camel to survive the draught. That animal can go 9 days without drink, but who wants to be a camel?

A number of neighbors helped Emil Lindow raise his granary and machine shed Monday.

Laura and Grace Gehrke of Marshfield are visiting relatives in this vicinity.

News is very scarce at present so please take pity on a correspondent and don’t swat him every time he don’t hold his mouth just right.

When attending the Neillsville fair don’t forget to drop into the Times office for a few moments, even if for no other purpose that to chat with the editor. Although that fellow is unfortunate enough to be somewhat bald, he has certain ways of entertaining visitors and the time spent in his company will never be regretted.

Ernest Conrad has greatly improved from his recent illness and is well on the road to recovery.



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