News: Granton, Wis. (26 Oct. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Snyder, Hallock, Gibson, Wage, Cornelius, Knorr, Paulson, Raymond,
Ebbe, Lewis, Garvin
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 26 Oct.
A. L. Snyder and Bennie Hallock attended the funeral of Herb. Gibson at York Center last Thursday.
Tom Wage who represents the Barron Wollen Mills spent Sunday with his family.
Chas. Cornelius left a fine new piano with A. J. Knorr a few days ago.
Mrs. Ross Paulson and Edna Raymond visited their parents at Christie the first of last week.
John Ebbe has finished threshing the odd jobs left in this vicinity. This finishes the threshing business for this season.
John Lewis of Marshfield, was in this neighborhood again the past week with a lot of horses to sell or trade. He succeeded in selling a large number of horses here and in York last summer.
Farmers were all busy during pleasant weather, digging potatoes and husking corn.
Fred Garvin of Loyal, was a caller one day last week.
Several new cases of typhoid fever are reported.
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