News: Humbird, Wis. (29 June 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn 


Surnames: Colburn, Houghton, Baker, Furgeson, Stallard, Melchor, Neuser, Wilson, Hurst, Mortiboy, Waters, Ogden, Dignin, Stillman 

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 29 June 1900 



Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Colburn of Minneapolis, were called here last week on account of the illness of their little son, who is visiting his grand parents.


E. P. Houghton of Neillsville, made our berg a call Sunday.


Mrs. Laura Baker and children of Tony, are visiting her relatives at this place.


Mr. Furgeson returned home from Chetek Tuesday.


Frank Stallard and Fred Melchor, who are at work at Elroy spent Sunday at home.


I. P. Houghton and wife visited at Neillsville the last of the week.


Bell Neuser of Tomah, is visiting relatives and friends here.


Ralph Houghton of Neillsville, has been spending a week here with his cousin, Hugh.


Asa Wilson of Irvine, is visiting relatives here.


Rena Melchor returned home Saturday from Elroy where she has been visiting the past week.


Eda Hurst returns to her home at Fall Creek Saturday.


Mrs. Mortiboy of Hixton, had been sewing the past week for Bertha Waters.


Charles Ogden, "Uncle Toms Cabin" show will be here Thursday evening.


Louisa Dignin, who has been very sick, is able to be out again.


Guy Stillman of Garden Valley, was seen on our streets Monday. 



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