News: Schilling Station (9 Nov. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Grass, Stabnaw, Vine, Anderson, Dyre, Peterson, Kelley, Johnson,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 9 Nov.
Muddy roads and flooded woods are the order of the day.
Henry Grass has had another fight with Albert Stabnaw's sheep. Henry came out victor this time also, so his boy informed us.
Thos. Vine and family were visiting with Andy Anderson's family last Sunday.
John Dyre and parents came down from Colfax a week ago last Saturday, and will make their home with us in the future. They will move onto the Ole Peterson farm, which their son, Guner purchased last summer.
S. R. Kelley has traded horse teams for the one once owned by Simon Johnson. Just a little more practice and S. R. will be a horse-jockey.
About the worst storm of the season in these parts, came last Wednesday. G. Phillips was in Greenwood and thought he could not get home on account of the high water in the little creek by Martin Johnson's. He got on a log and in riding it to cross fell into the water up to his waist.
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