Contributed by Nettie
Description: Local SawdustDate: November 12 1886
Newspaper published in: Woodston
Source: 35mm reel to reel microfilm
Page/Column: pg 1 col 3
Dr. Lawrence has a new coal house.
League has a new roof on his house.
Charlie Douglass is plastering his house.
Pete Mitchell of Alton, was in town Thursday.
Dan Douglass has got moved in to his new house.
J. J. Lane traded for Rectop's running colt, Monday.
Warnick Cole and McIntire are back again from Corning.
Mr Taylor, of Beal & Taylor, Alton, was in town this week.
John Warnie has the contrac for building the Douglass school house.
A. C. Gillilan is building a nat residence on his farm North of town.
Mr. Chandler has his elevator full of grain and a big pile of corn on the ground.
Oscar James is building a house near the school homes, which he will occupy when finished.
McFerren, and all his hands are incessantly employed building houses; and still the demand continues.
Geo. Race has finished plastering his house. McLaughlin and Huffman did the work, and he says it is a splended job.
Mr Robinson and his wife who have been visiting with P.C. Dunlap have returned to their home in Iowa.