(18 May 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Kahn, Schroeder, Wilson, Derby, Schofield, Carroll, Behrens, Gardner, Livingston, Bryden, Walk, Hummel, Savage, Steinert, Arndt, Fricke, Baker, Bucher, Schweiger, Zeteche, Randles, Palms, Williams, Heath, Shelby, Noah, Holzhausen, Kristiansen, Stockley, Leach, Cornelius, Houghton, Webster, Page, Campbell, Ketchow, Brown, Webb, Humpke, Gibson, Miller, Noyes, Nystrom, Conroy, Smith, Foster, Watson, Hubbell, Randles, Helwig, Andrews, Flower, Churchill, Adamson, Marten, Willan, Eggett, Warner, Parker, Morrison, Clute, Clarke, Bradford, Marsh, Burpee
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 18 May 1900
Two more weeks of school.
Jacob Kahn arrived in town Wednesday.
H. Schroeder was in town Monday buying produce.
Andy Wilson and family have moved to Phillips.
Carl Walk and family were guests at the Behrens home.
Ernest Derby, the Christie well driller, was in town Wednesday.
Hugh Schofield was associating among friends at Neillsville Saturday.
T. F. Carroll of Fairchild, was over Tuesday looking after business interests in our growing town.
Will Hannah and wife were up from Christie Sunday visiting at the home of O. C. Behrens.
5000 acres of Cornell University land in Clark county for sale by the Greenwood State Bank.
Geo. H. Livingston and John Gardner of Spencer were in town Monday registered at the Bryden House.
Paul Walk was up from Neillsville Sunday and ate dinner with Landlord Bryden.
King's Daughters will meet Tuesday p.m. at 2 o'clock at Mrs. Hummel's.
Roy Savage of Neillsville, was registered at the Commercial House Tuesday.
Oscar Fricke did business at the county seat Tuesday. He went from there to Milwaukee after Mrs. Henry Arndt, mother of Mrs. Julius Steinert.
The post office building has been in the hands of the carpenters this week.
Dr. Baker and brother of Warrens, were in the city Tuesday with a view to locating among us.
The Central train made a run to Stevens Point and back Sunday afternoon.
The regular meeting of the Greenwood Fire Company is called for Monday evening, May 21. Every member should bear this in mind and be present or be liable to the penalty for absence.
S. H. Bucher arrived home Friday morning from Iowa where he has been engaged for some months past in carpenter work.
Mrs. Jos. Schweiger and children are spending the week with her people near Loyal and Joe is a bachelor.
G. H. Palms and L. J. Randles went over to Pittsville the first of the week after the engine and boiler which W. A. Dawes had there in his shoe factory. The engine goes into Frank Zeteche's creamery.
H. H. Heath of telephone and county fair fame, was up yesterday looking after telephone business.
W. P. Shelby and wife of Indiana are stopping with his uncle, J. R. Williams and wife. They desire to locate here permanently.
Simon Noah wears an unusual smile since the first of May and when asked the wherefores thereof says it is for a brand new boy which was born to him on that date.
Herman Holzhausen of Thorp was a business caller in the Gleaner office yesterday. He is selling the De Laval cream separators and is selling lots of them. Mr. Holzhausen is also candidate for the office of register of deeds on the Republican ticket. He reports that he is surprised at the strong support he is receiving where he least expected it.
Alfred Kristiansen made his appearance on our streets Monday morning, having just arrived from Des Moines, Iowa. Alfred will visit home and friends a few days and then return to complete his studies.
Frank Stockley, a former conductor on the Central road, was visiting friends here over Sunday.
Service at the M. E. church next Sunday night: Song service at 7:45; preaching at 8 o'clock, subject--"The importance of Little Things."
J. N. Leach, the photographer, will be absent from the 20th to the 25th.
Homer C. Clarke, the Neillsville barrister, was among the visitors from that city Wednesday.
C. M. Bradford, S.M. Marsh, E. P. Houghton and Chas. Cornelius were county officials in attendance at the meeting of assessors.
R. M. Campbell, J. W. Page, E. D. Webster and Chas. Burpee were in town Wednesday, perhaps getting or giving a few pointers on valuations.
The Ladies Aid Society will hold a lawn social next Wednesday evening, May 23, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller. Ice-cream, cake and coffee will be served. The lawn will be lighted with Japanese lanterns and especial music will be rendered.
There will be a social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ketchaw tonight. Supper will be served also ice cream for those who desire. Everyone is invited.
The Wisconsin Central Railroad Co. are making a very cheap rate from Greenwood and all points east to Chicago next Saturday, May 19, for the National League base ball game there Sunday, Pittsburg vs. Chicago. Train leaves on regular time here Saturday morning, returning leaves Chicago Sunday evening on special. Fare from Greenwood for round trip $3.75.
Dr. C. H. Brown goes to Chicago tomorrow morning and from thence will go to Rockford, Ill., for a visit at home. He will be absent from the city until June 1.
M. M. Webb of the town of Warner shipped a carload of hoops to Milwaukee Wednesday. It takes 60,000 of these little things to make a carload. Mr. Webb does quite a business getting out those hoops and surely understands his business.
Henry Humpke is to take the census, we understand, for the towns of Warner and Mead.
Jos. Gibson was in town Friday looking after business interests.
J. C. Miller is back from his trip up north.
Mrs. J. E. Noyes and two boys are visiting her people in La Crosse and Winona.
Hugh Schofield has gone to Perkinstown to assist Dr. Nystrom in his practice during the summer. He does this instead of doing hospital work.
Chas Conroy was down to Neillsville Sunday.
F. M. Smith came over from Loyal last evening.
N. C. Foster is a frequent visitor in town these days looking after his numerous interests here.
I am ready to deliver ice to any one at reasonable prices.--D. M. Watson.
Arthur Hubbell goes to Chicago tomorrow morning where he hopes to meet his mother who has been spending the past few months in Canada.
Wm. and Ella Helwig arrived from North Branch yesterday for a short visit with their brother-in-law, L. J. Randles.
Uncle George Andrews expects to take in the excursion rates to Chicago tomorrow, for a short visit with his daughter, Mrs. Hall.
Dr. B. P. Churchill reports a healthy lad born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Flower at the Warner's corner last Sunday morning. Mr. Flower and family came from the eastern part of the state early this spring.
Lawyer Adamson transacted business before Judge Jacques Tuesday.
J. Marten, the photographer, finished his work here and left Tuesday for a visit at his home in Marshfield. His daughter, Miss Bertha, who has been helping him for a couple of weeks, preceded him home the day before.
Vernon J. Clute of Milwaukee has been visiting his brothers in this city for the past week.
Master Howard Morrison accompanied his grandmother, Mrs. Schofield, home from Freeport last Friday. He returned with Allie and her father yesterday noon.
Ed Parker and David Warner moved their household belongings and stock to Perkinstown this week and will soon be full fledged merchants in that bustling little town. We are sorry to have Greenwood and Hemlock loose these families, but we trust they will find abundant success there. Will Eggett helped move them up.
Robt. Schofield and Miss Allie left yesterday noon for Freeport, Ill. He will make a short visit, but Allie expects to be gone for an indefinite time.
John Willan was up from Neillsville yesterday to help make arrangements for the Sunday school convention to be held at Thorp this summer.
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