News: York (30 Nov. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Snyder, Vandberg, Shafer, Oleson, Gibson, Vick, Christenson, Hart,
Chase, Zwick, Tucker, Anderson
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 30 Nov.
Milt Snyder who is working at Medford has been quite sick the past two weeks.
Will Vandberg now sports a new horse and cutter.
Normon Shafer has erected a new wind mill.
Hans Oleson and family are living on their new farm.
Everybody should go to the auction Tuesday at Mrs. H. Gibson's and buy themselves rich.
Everybody and their sons are hauling wood now days at $2 per cord.
Mr. Chas. Vick, Jr., of York, who is operating a creamery at Elmsdale, Minn., was married recently to Miss Anna Christenson of that place.
Mr. Hart of Neillsville was seen on our streets last Saturday.
Reports have it that a New Richmond party has bought Hod. Chase's, Oliver Chase's and Fred Zwick's places.
Ed. Tucker has his new house nearly ready to move into.
Household Furniture Auction at Commercial House, Greenwood
I will sell my house hold and hotel Furniture, consisting of iron beds, springs, mattresses, chairs, rocker, dishes and cooking utensils, cook stove and heater, and other articles, to numerous to mention, at auction on
Saturday, December 1, commencing at 1 o'clock
T. A. Anderson, Proprietor.
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