(19 Oct. 1900)
Guinter, Beeckler, Brooks, Ure, Gebel, Moths
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood,
Clark County, Wis.) 19 Oct. 1900
A German family by the name of Guinter, are sick with typhoid fever. Wet weather and unsanitary conditions are the cause. The town authorities are having some trouble in finding help to care for them.
E. A. Beeckler called on friends Sunday.
Lon Brooks has bought a house and two lots on School House street in Neillsville.
Charles Moths and family attended the funeral of their friend Gebel over in Fremont Sunday.
George Ure is digging a cellar and getting ready to build a house.
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