News: Granton (21 Sept. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Pietenpol, Krause, Glidden, Wage, Reichert, Marsh, Davis, Kemmeter,
Shaw, Butler, Steinfeldt
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Sept. 1900
Mrs. John Pietenpol is recovering from a siege of typhoid fever.
John Krause and Wm Glidden are sick with typhoid fever.
Tom Wage, who represents the Barron Woolen mills, was in this vicinity for a day or two.
Lewis Reichert is visiting friends in Sheboygan and Milwaukee.
Mrs. S. L. Marsh has returned from her visit at Appleton.
Lewis Marsh is clerking for P. J. Kemmeter.
Bush Davis made a trip to Loyal last Friday.
Clyde Shaw is handing out goods in W. H. Butler's store.
John Steinfeldt and wife are visiting relatives at Plymouth and Sheboygan.
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