News: Day, Wis. (24 Aug. 1900) 

Contact: Duane Horn


Surnames: Hutchings, Neff, Canfield, Beck,  Rather, Staver, Perkaske, Shivie, Payne, Stickny, Tomkins, Simonds, Hyslip, Duge, McAdams, Horton, West, Sturdevant 

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 24 Aug. 1900 

County News 

Day, Wisconsin


S. E. Hutchings went to Lynn last Monday in the interest of the Lynn M. E. I. Co. He expects, on account of the many losses which have occurred since July 1, that the company will be obliged to made assessment.


Miss Angie Neff has purchased the property belonging to R. W. Canfield of Carlisle, and will run a store in connection with the post office.


Otto Beck went to Milwaukee last Monday, where he will make his future home.


Barney Rather and John Staver of Humbird, transacted business at Day last Friday.


A farewell hop was enjoyed at Otto Beck's last Friday evening.


Joe Perkaske has purchased 80 acres of Marx Shivie.


Wm Payne and Stickny of Levis, have purchased an engine and thresher.


Ezra Tompkins and John Simonds of Neillsville, attended the auction last Thursday. By the purchases made one is led to believe they are about to become farmers.


Mr. Hyslip of Granton, is running the separator in the absence of Albert Duge, who is spending a week with his militia company at camp Douglas.


Mrs. D. C. Neff, who was taken suddenly ill, is recovering rapidly.


A harvest dance was enjoyed at the Levis town hall last Saturday night.


The young people were entertained by Mrs. J. W. McAdams Friday evening.


Mrs. C. M. Horton will give a social on Friday evening, Aug. 24. All are invited.


Maggie West of Pleasant Ridge, visited a few days with Mamie Hutchings.


Mrs. Elliott Sturdevant of Neillsville, was a pleasant caller at this place Friday.



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