News: Loyal, Wis. (14 Dec. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Christiansen, Watson, Lindner, Christman, Andraska, Collins,
Jarvis, Binder, Wing, Ducklow
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Dec.
Mrs. Martin Christiansen went to Rudolph Saturday for a short visit with her father.
D. M. Watson, the Greenwood dairyman, was seen on our streets Friday.
Anna Lindner who has been visiting with relative at Waupun and Portage, returned home Wednesday.
B. Christman and M. Andraska went to Hewitt Saturday, returning the same day.
Mrs. A. L. Collins went to Milwaukee Monday, where she will make it her home.
John Hutchins was in Marshfield between trains Monday.
Mrs. H. Cannon went to Colby Monday for a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Jarvis.
John Binder came up from Hartford Monday to look after business interests.
The F. B. Wing drug store closed out this week. Stock was sold to an Abbottsford party, who lost his goods by fire a short time ago.
The brick work on Wm. Ducklow's meat market was completed this week. This adds very much to the appearance of the building.
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