News: Eaton-Loyal Liners (30 Aug. 1901)
Contact: Linda Ewen

Surnames: Stoneberg, Aikins, Cook, Mathenson, Francis, Chadwick, Conroy, Richardson, Lopnow, Percheron

----Source: The Greenwood Gleanor; By J. E. Noyes.

Greenwood, Wis., Aug. 30, 1901.

Eaton-Loyal Liners.

Oats are going 50 bu. per acre around here.

Bertha Stoneburg is working in Greenwood for A. S. Aikins.

Dan Cook and son are pulling pine stumps for John Huntzicker this week.

Henry Mathenson wears a broad smile since that new girl arrived at his house.

Albert Francis took Geo. Chadwick to Neillsville last Sunday to see Dr. Conroy.

D.V. Richardson, the Tribune editor, and wife were in these parts last Sunday.

John Lopnow has purchased a fine Percheron stallion from Chas. Brown of Loyal the past week.



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