News: Greenwood (6
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Hummel, Brooks, Wellen, Eggett, Cummings, Palms, Mead, Bowen, Brownell, Randles, Johnson, Chamberlin, Shanks, Garvin, McLaughlin, Anderson, Sperbeck, Breitenbaugh, Vollrath, Conroy, Rhodes, Braun, Trim, Henderson, Cramer, Hunt, Buck, Barlow, Bailey, Watson, Kennedy, Lantz, Wellenberg, Palms, Cresswell, Hall, Peabody, Marquardt, Hoffman, Churchill, Stabnow, Brown, Harris
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 6 Apr. 1900
Minstrels tonight. Begley hall.
Oscar Hummel is working at Loyal.
W. C. Brooks was at Spokeville Sunday.
Supper next Friday evening will be served by the King's Daughters.
Louis Wellen returned to his home at Whitehall Wednesday.
George Eggett and wife have been visiting her people in Madison.
Mrs. Eugene Cummings is down from Medford visiting relatives.
G. H. Palms was doing business at the Point Friday.
Phio Mead and Edwin Bowen were among the Longwoodites in town Monday.
E. K. Sheets has purchased the forty south of the Chris. Richeleu forty.
Fred Oelig went to Neillsville Wednesday for a couple of days visit with friends.
Otto Behrens and Eda Neverman were in Neillsville Tuesday.
Anthony and William Youngs left yesterday for a business trip to Sparta.
James Flower of Stockbridge, arrives this week to take charge of the Warner farm now owned by John Coon.
Chubb Chandler is having a siege of the mumps.
P. E. Peterson and wife are happy over the arrival of a little girl at their home early Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Brownell and two little girls of Clay are visiting her brother L. J. Randles and sister.
Bennie Johnson has accepted a position in the Big Store as clerk.
Miss Bertha Chamberlin came home from Lynn Monday for her vacation.
John D. Coon, who recently bought Mrs. Alex Shanks' farm south of town, has moved his family and goods on it, having arrived from Fond du Lac Saturday. Sometime later Mr. Coon will probably buy a lot and build a residence here in town. He will rent the farm.
W. D. Garvin came up from the Twenty-six country Tuesday to see how election was going.
Mr. McLaughlin had given up entering the Commercial House and Adolph Anderson has rented the hotel. The latter being a practical hotel man of considerable experience, he will undoubtedly build up a lucrative custom.
Mrs. M. B. Warner took the Central Wednesday morning for Black River Falls, where she goes to be with her aged mother who is very low.
L Sperbeck did business at Medford Wednesday.
John Breitenbaugh of Alma Center was in town last Friday looking around to see what prospects there would be here for a creamery.
Ida Vollrath, 9-year-old daughter of Wm. Vollrath of the town of Mead, got her hand into a feed cutter last Friday afternoon and cut the last three fingers of her right hand very severely. They have had her under Dr. Conroy's care.
Saturday was a veritable market day in Greenwood. The streets were crowed with teams and every store was lively with traders. At the Big Store was a regular jam and the clerks' were unable to get away for dinner.
Professors Rhodes of Unity and Hennessy of Loyal were in town Thursday visiting the school.
Andrew Braun of Loyal was a pleasant caller at this office Thursday.
Remember Chaplin Trim's lecture on his experience in Porto Rico, on April 11, at the M.E. church.
Rev. W. T. Henderson will preach in the Presbyterian church here Sunday evening and everyone is cordially invited to attend the service.
In a recent letter from A. L. Peterson he says that they have had their son, Willie, operated on again at Rochester, Minn. by one of the best surgeons in the United States, and have great hopes that it will be successful this time.
Dr. John Conroy and Teddie Cramer were at Neillsville Sunday to see Charles Conroy. They report him as dong well and able to sit up in bed.
A delegation of Woodmen are planning to go to Fairchild next Friday evening to meet with the camp there. Five candidates and a herd of goats are being made ready for the occasion.
H. W. Hunt went to Sparta Wednesday to attend some business matters there.
Mrs. M. W. Buck and two daughters of Stevens Point, have been guests this week at the home of G. S. Barlow and family.
B. L. Bailey made a short visit home this week, returning to Bessemer yesterday evening.
Loren Watson, son of D. M. Watson, the milkman, came down Saturday with what was found Monday to be a severe case of appendicitis. At present writing the boy is feeling some better and there is more hopes for his recovery that was entertained Monday. Dr. Kennedy has charge of the case.
P. F. Lantz and wife were down from Longwood Tuesday visiting with Chris. Wellenberg and family.
Grandma Palms, who has been spending the winter in Augusta, is home again.
C. M Hunt and Dr. W. B. Cresswell were Neillsville visitors Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. L. E. Hall and Mae left yesterday morning for Mariana, Ark., to look after business matters and see her sister, who is not expected to live. Mrs. C. M. Peabody has taken charge of the millinery and dressmaking business.
August Marquardt has purchased a farm near Loyal and has moved onto the same.
John Hoffman who some time ago purchased the McMahon farm is expected to arrive this week.
Dr. Churchill reports a handsome 11-lb. boy at the home of A. W. Stabnaw, born Friday morning, March 30. This is their first and it is allowable if they feel like walking on air.
Dr. W. B. Cresswell will probably locate in Neillsville for the practice of dentistry. Since the death of the two established dentists there, the field is practically open. Dr. Cresswell is just the man that can fill it, and Neillsville can be congratulated on securing so competent a man, and one who is withal, a gentleman in every sense of the word.
Sarah Brown of Withee visited with relatives in town over Sunday and Monday.
Miss Mae Harris arrived from Necedah Saturday and has taken her position as milliner in the Big Store.
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