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Source: Unknown Newspaper dated 1903
Written by Frank Slattery

The following were too late for last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jordan of Waldo spent Sunday with relatives in town... Miss Bessie Te.auey{sic} of Minneapolis is visiting at Mike Mc Bride's... Ed. and Chas. Butler of Minnesota are spending a few weeks with their parents here... Mrs. John Burke entertained a company of young people Sunday evening in honor of her niece, Miss Margaret Arimond of Duluth... The marriage of Edward Cooney of Cascade and Miss Fanny Rooney was announced at St. Michael's church Sunday. The ceremony to take place September 9th... Miss Cassie Hughes has been quite sick the past week... Miss Ella Manley of Chippewa Falls is visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. Mc Grane... The dance at Dowling's Friday night was largely attended... Frank Burke and Jno. Heenehan left Thursday for North Dakota where they have secured employment... Mike Reilly presented his daughters with a new piano last week... While Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Smith were absent from home Wednesday their grandchildren set fire to the grain and hay stacks, by playing with fire-crackers. Before help could be secured the stacks were entirely burned... Mrs. Jno. Hanlin returned home from Fond du Lac Saturday where she has been taking treatments at the hospital for the past three months. Her friends are sorry to learn she is still in poor health... The electrical storm Sunday night was the worst that has visited this vicinity for many years and considerable damage was done. Mike Mc Bride's barn together with grain, hay and some stock being burned from the lightning.

Transcribed & Contributed by Kay Reitberger.


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