News: Schilling Station (26 Oct. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Vine, Johnson, Peterson, Palmer, Harlow, Krogne, Harlow, Phillips,
Wishing, Severson, Wilber, Stabnaw, Dyre, Grass
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 26 Oct.
Mrs. Ernest Vine left for Ashland to visit with her husband and perhaps stay where he is till spring. She started last week Monday.
Ole Johnson of Greenwood, was in our neighborhood Sunday. We think he was visiting relatives and friends here.
Ole Peterson has commenced the erection of a new frame house across the road from M. Krognes' place. The size we have not learned. He has a good location there.
Mrs. Perry Palmer of Hemlock, visited with her cousin, Mrs. Geo. Harlow, part of last week, also at Mrs. Ed. Vine's.
Mrs. Frances Harlow is visiting relatives and friends in Greenwood for a few days.
Sam Johnson is helping G. Phillips for a few days to pull one end of the cross-cut saw.
Geo. Wishing and old Mr. Severson left last week Monday for some place near Mellen to work, so we were informed.
Chas. Steenberg started up his new wood sawing machine a few days ago, and it does good work.
Mrs. Chas. Wilber, living in the east part of the neighborhood, is very sick and may not recover.
G. Phillips has sold his road cart to Sam Johnson. Mr. Phillips says a wagon will suit him better next spring than a cart, if the wagon does cost more, the cart being too light for his own weight.
There are more ripe strawberries, yet not enough for a festival, however, but more coming as there are plenty of blossoms. So if Indian Summer holds out there will be a plentiful supply.
Albert Stabnaw has 32 head of sheep to stock up his sheep ranch, and still more coming. We wish him success at the business.
We believe the rain king has left us for a season at least, and old Sol is doing good work at drying up the roads and woods making it pleasant for everybody.
John Dyre's house that Henry Grass lived in has a deserted look at present. We wish some one would move in there.
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