News: Hemlock (14 Sept. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Bond, Bullard, Tupper, Ketchpaw, Einfeldt, Varney
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Sept.
Mr. and Mrs. Bond are cosily established in the home lately vacated by Dave Warner.
Andrew Bullard and wife of Globe, passed through here Friday last enroute to Medford. They stopped over night at M.B. Warner's.
Mrs. Ben Tupper is quite sick. Dr. Barber is attending her.
Mr. Ketchpaw, wife and Beatrice drove to Colby Saturday, returning Sunday.
Ed Einfeldt favored us with his presence at Sunday school Sunday.
Work was suspended on the Popple river bridge on account of the heavy rain.
There will be a social at Chas. Varney's Saturday evening. All are cordially invited.
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