News: Granton, Wis. (29 Sept. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Lee, Jeudevine, Lindsley, Davis, Heyder, Glidden, Williams,
Paulson, Wright, Tucker, Garvin, Free, McMahon
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 29 Sept.
A. F. Lee has been treating the boys, occasioned by his marriage which took place last Wednesday eve.
W. H. Jeudevine and wife mourn the death of their baby since Thursday. Rev. E. H Lindsley of York Center, conducted the funeral Saturday.
The two year old son of Romanzo Davis and wife is very sick at this writing.
Paul Heyder is a victim of typhoid fever. This is a new case since our last writing.
Wm Glidden, whose illness we mentioned last week, is having a hard time of it.
Willis Williams is looking for a suitable farm to buy.
Andrew Paulson has been selling strawberries fresh from the bed. How is that for September?
Ernest Wright of Wilcox, was a caller last Saturday.
A. F. Lee and wife have gone to keeping house in their new home.
Ed Tucker and wife drove down from Longwood and spent Sunday with his parents. Ed has charge of a creamery for Ross Paulson.
A. E. Garvin, Richard Free and Joe McMahon delivered a large herd of cattle at this station last Saturday.
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