(23 Feb 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Rowe, Brewster, Free, Smith, Tompkins, Crothers, Stannard, Heath, Grow, Pitcher, Muck, Dopp, Ketel, Webster, Hill, Bryden, Blum, Jacques, Tufts.
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner, 23 Feb 1900
Mr. J. J. Rowe is ill.
Dr. Brewster is on the sick list also.
Bill Free is among the sick this week
The washboard factory will soon start.
G. W. Smith visited at Christie Sunday.
Mort Tompkins started for California last week. He is out for his health.
Editor Crothers visited Black River Falls, Monday.
Mr. John Stannard is also a victim of the disease that is going around.
Mr. H. H. Heath, who has been suffering with appendicitis, was operated on last Thursday, and is now improving.
Harold Grow was another victim to appendicitis, and was operated on last Thursday.
Dr. H. A. Pitcher, is now suffering from poison, caused by eating sardines. He was attacked Saturday night with great internal pains, and is not out of danger yet, but is improving slightly
Mr. Gottlieb Muck died at his home in this city last Saturday evening. The cause of his death was heart disease, and the remains were taken to Jefferson, Wis.
W. H. Dopp of Seattle, Wash., is in the city this week. Mr. Dopp was formerly connected with the Republican and Press of this city.
Minnie Ketel is going to California next Monday.
E. D. Webster sold his livery business last week to a party from away.
Rev. Hill, formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church of this city, lectured here Tuesday evening on "The Wit and Humor of Two Nations.". The lecture was good and well attended.
John Bryden of Greenwood, registered at the O’Neill Tuesday.
Mr. Blum is on the sick list this week.
The family of Ed. Rowe is now recovering from a severe attack of scarlet fever.
Judge Jacques is among the many sick this week.
W. S. Tufts and wife went to Withee Wednesday.
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