History of New Rockford: July 06, 2020
July 6, 2020
The May 15, 1903, “Transcript” said that Mrs. W.O. Baird had a sling on her arm for a sore hand. A note said that the title to the East Side Livery Barn had been settled, and the building belonged to Guss Gullicks. Another note said Mrs. J.W. Stoddard would spend most of June in her old home of Crawfordsville and other Indiana towns.
B.C. Larkin had planted “a nice bunch” of maple tree...