News: Hemlock (9 Mar 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn

Surnames: Steinert, Wollenberg, Tyler, Dewey, Limprecht, Warner, Gibson

----Source: March 9, 1900 Greenwood Gleaner

Hemlock Local News

Earnest Steinert was a Hemlock visitor Monday.

E. Wollenberg drove through Hemlock the same day with a load of sand.

Chas. Tyler, postmaster of Mellen, visited his sister, Mrs. C. W. Dewey a few days last week.

Mr. A. C. Dewey left last Monday morning for Mellen, where he has accepted a position in his uncle’s drug store.

Fred Limprecht purchased a horse from Cheap John, to take the place of the one he lost some time ago.

Last Tuesday was a day long to be remembered—no sign of a road could be seen anywhere. In a few minutes after a track was made it would be completely obliterated by the drifting snow.

Geo. Warner came home sick last Saturday from Gibson’s camp.



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