(27 Apr. 1900)
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Surnames: Atkias, Carter, Gibson, Delaney, Brandt, Rossow, Shanks, Dyre, Hogue, Palmer, Waterbury, Hendren, Dewey, Warner, Johnston, Klein, Rossman, Clute, Mack, Miller, Carpenter, Palms, Sperbeck, Cummings, Sheet, Klinke, Bishop, Wing, Hals, Cresswell, Wilson, Sullivan, Decker, Brown, Bryden, Peterson, Howard, Holmes, Masten, Tripp, McGinnis, Pfeifer, Durham, Martin, Heath, Branch, Upham, Osgood, Gleaner, Irish, Stevens, Anderson, Shanks, Thompson, Braman, Markham, Nelson, Hackett, Estabrook, Turnquist, Bishop, Lowe, Chandler, Schofield, Willan, White, Noetzel, Zetsche, Kippenhan, Cummings, Drummond, Noyes, Barr, Fricke, Woodard
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 27 Apr. 1900
Dan Atkias was up from Christie Saturday.
Mrs. F. M Carter was a Neillsville visitor Tuesday.
Joseph and L. W. Gibson were in town Tuesday evening.
Allie Delaney returned Monday evening from a trip to Prentice.
Louis Brandt and Amanda Rossow were county seat visitors Tuesday.
The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Alex Shanks tomorrow afternoon.
Lars Dyre and son Guner left Wednesday morning for Colfax where they expect to remain for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hogue went to Loyal Tuesday.
J. S. Palmer was up from Wilcox Friday and Saturday visiting with his son and wife.
The dates of the Clark County Blue Ribbon Fair, September 11, 12, 13 and 14, 1900.
A. F. Waterbury and wife of La Crosse, were callers on Greenwood friends Tuesday.
Rev. W. T. Hendren will preach in the chapel on Twenty-six road next Sunday afternoon.
Mesdames C. W. Dewey and D. Warner were guests at the home of Mrs. Wm Johnston one day the last of the week.
Mr. Wm Klein was visiting with her sister, Mrs. Rossman and Miss Brandt Friday.
The Thursday club meets with Mrs. C. H. Clute next Thursday afternoon.
Jason Mack, Smith Miller, Naomi Carpenter, Irma Palms, Zoe Sperbeck, Bride Miller, Gladys Cummings, Gail Sheet, Jennie Klinke and Mabel Bishop, members of the Constitution class, spent Tuesday in Neillsville. They were courting.
Druggist F. B. Wing has established a branch drug store at Loyal, which will be in charge of O. C. Hals now clerk in his city store. Loyal has not at present an exclusive drug store and Mr. Wing will no doubt be rewarded for his enterprise by liberal patronage.
Dr. B. W. Cresswell left Saturday morning for Neillsville where he has located permanently. The doctor has always given good satisfaction here and we heartily recommend him to the people of Neillsville and vicinity. From the Loyal Tribune.
Andy Wilson of Greenwood, was here last week looking for a place to start a bakery but was unable to find a room. Fairchild Observer.
Jerry Sullivan was down from Dorchester Tuesday and closed the bargain for the sale of his house and lot near the stave mill. Louis Decker is the purchaser.
Elmer Brown, Christie's merchant and postmaster, was up smiling on friends Monday evening.
Mrs. Harry Bryden and little boy are visiting her sister, Mrs. P. F. Peterson. She was accompanied from Neillsville Wednesday by Mrs. L. Howard, recently Miss Belle Holmes.
J. Masten, the photographer, is doing a rushing business with his small photos.
C. A. Tripp has sold his barber shop and has gone to Marshfield where he will likely start in some other business. His family is here yet and may remain for the summer.
F. J. McGinnis was in the city looking after fences Wednesday. He seems to be getting a good backing.
Leigh Pfeifer left for Dakota Tuesday, where she goes to remain with her aunt, Mrs. Durham, for some time.
The Clark county, Spencer and Marshfield Veteran's Associations will hold its annual reunion at Thorp in June. Capt. A. C. Martin has received a communication inviting Co. A to participate. Marshfield News.
According to the Thorp Courier, H. H. Heath is thinking of extending his telephone system to Thorp. It says: "H. H. Heath, the Neillsville telephone magnate, visited this village last week Wednesday, with a view of establishing a phone system with the county seat. It would prove of great benefit."
Rev. Rollo Branch, formerly of Marshfield, now pastor at Manistee, Mich., is visiting with the families of E. H. Upham and Rev. W. T. Hendren. He spoke last evening at the Odd Fellow's anniversary.
Moving is the order of the day. Jas. Osgood has moved onto his farm east of town. The Gleaner family have moved into the Murray Irish house. P. M. Stevens has moved back to his own place, while Adolph Anderson has moved in and taken possession of the Commercial House. There would be still more moving if there were more houses to move into.
A little girl came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shanks, April 21.
Margaret Thompson is home and will spend a couple of weeks with her parents.
Henry Braman has been visiting with his nephew and family at the Gleaner home.
Amasa Markham has gone to Thorp where he will remain for the summer.
Hans Nelson has purchased 120 acres off from the Hackett farm which C. H. Estabrook recently bought, the latter taking Mr. Nelson's city property, excepting the blacksmith shop and lot, in the bargain. Mr. Nelson will put in considerable of his time on the place and will begin building a residence on it at once. Sometime ago Mr. Nelson also bought three forties east of town from Adolph Turnquist. Good for Mr. Nelson.
Theo. Decker, son of Henry Decker of the West Side, died at Sacred Heart hospital, Eau Claire, Tuesday morning of hemorrhage of the lungs. The news was a shock to the relatives and friends here. The father left at once for that city and brought the remains home yesterday morning. The funeral will occur Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the West Side church.
G. W. Bishop was a Neillsville visitor Tuesday.
The jury in the Jas. Lowe shooting case failed to agree on a verdict, which will prolong the case indefinitely.
Carl Chandler, editor and barrister of Blanchardville, was a visitor at the Schofield home a day or two this week.
There will be preaching in the Baptist church tonight at 7:30, by Rev. John Willan of Neillsville. Everybody invited.
Herbert White went to Marshfield Thursday to work.
August Noetzel wishes to state that he has taken the agency for the Eau Claire City Steam laundry, which Mr. Tripp had, and that the basket will be returned to his barber shop, where those having laundry will receive same.
Frank Zetsche is talking about going to the Paris exposition and taking a tour over into Saxony and other places in Germany this coming summer. He will probably take Robert with him and perhaps Mrs. Zetsche will go. They are planning on starting about the last of May, and will be gone some months. It will be a most enjoyable trip that almost any one would be glad to take if they could.
The Baptists are talking of painting their church edifice this spring. If any one wants to help a good cause here is a chance without being called on.
Ch. Kippenhan has sold his dray business to George Cummings.
Hemlock was center of attraction Sunday and Monday: the first day of fishers and to see the logs go through the dam, and the second day to watch the operations on the jam.
Mrs. Jon Drummond and Emil are visiting her people and friends in Plainfield and Necedah.
J. E. Noyes has received a commission to take the twelfth census in the city of Greenwood and town of Eaton. The work will begin June 1.
David Warner and Ed Parker are making arrangements to start in the general merchandise business at Perkinstown as soon as they can get matters in readiness. They have secured a building and have excellent prospects for doing a good business in that thriving little town. It looks now as though this means the Hemlock would soon be deprived of a store and perhaps post office.
P. J. Klein and family have departed for their new home in Parna, Mich. They take with them the best wishes of their many friends.
A jam formed on the rollway in the dam at Hemlock Sunday evening, the first one to form there since the dam was build twenty-two years ago. It took the crew until toward Monday evening to clear it out and several charges of dynamite were necessary to start it. A large number of visitors from Greenwood were attracted to the scene and of course they all helped break the jam.
J. N. Leach, the photographer, will be absent Friday and Saturday forenoons, but will be back at noon Saturday.
The Kind's Daughters society will meet with Mrs. R. S. Hummel Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. G. S. Barlow and Miss Emma Hendren visited in Marshfield Tuesday.
Louis Fricke and Etta Woodard visited Neillsville relatives Saturday and Sunday.
The Christian Endeavor society meets Sunday evening in the Presbyterian church at 6:30. Every one invited.
A. C. Barr, the Longwood blacksmith and implement dealer, was in town yesterday.
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