News: Greenwood, Wis. (26 Oct. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Hunt, Cox, Christensen, Barrett, Briggs, Hull, Thomas, Wagner, De
Lano, Owens, Varney, Scafe, Syth, Rossman, Schwarze, Clute, Oelig,
Hummel, Warner, Larington, Noetzel, Palmer, Foust, Kippenhan,
McKinney, Dingley, Marvin, Steinert, Braun, Greely, Siedelman,
Barker, Van Voorhis, Thomas, Stanton, McCage, Redmond, Neverman,
Hendrickson, Hanson, Shanks, Kennedy, White, Meyer, Andrews,
Edmunds, Allen, Meek
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 26 Oct. 1900
C.M. Hunt is home.
Fred Cox is improving his house by a coat of siding.
Albert Christensen was doing business in Loyal Tuesday.
Saturday, Oct. 20, Mr. E. H. Barrett and Miss Delilah M. Briggs, both of Thorp, were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. Paul Hull performing the ceremony.
E. H. Thomas was doing business up the Central line Friday, returning the next day.
Frank Wagner and family moved up from Fond du Lac last week and are now located on his place he bought from Jos. De Lano.
Rev. T. G. Owens will lecture in the People's hall Sunday morning and evening. All are invited.
Chas. Varney is getting up a handsome and roomy house on his farm north of Warner's corners.
Rev. Scafe and wife have rented R. S. Hummel's house and have settled. Mr. H. and family have moved up stairs in their other house, where they will remain until spring when they expect to go onto the farm.
John W. Syth has built on an upright addition to his house this summer and has it bricked up. Johnnie is getting a cosy home for himself and family.
Work on W. H. Rossman's new blacksmith shop is being pushed. The wall has been laid by John Schwarze and crew and the timber for the building is on the ground. It will be 26 x 42 feet.
Vernon Clute and wife have moved into the lower part of Mrs. Hall's house.
The King's Daughters will meet next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Oelig.
Robert Larington of Black River Falls, was a visitor the first of the week at the home of M. Marvin.
Barber Noetzel's building is now in the hands of the plasterers, Mr Dingley and crew having finished their work the first of the week.
Perry Palmer came home from York Monday where he has been plowing.
Dave Foust mourns the loss of a horse which died Monday, being the second one he has lost this summer.
Wolves are getting quite numerous on the West Side. John Kippenhan reports that he has killed and caught two.
Rev. E. A. McKinney and wife are over from Marshfield, helping in the special meetings.
John Christenson, who has been sick with typhoid fever, is able to be out again, though feeling very weak.
The editor, accompanied by his family, was doing business in Withee Friday and noting with pleasure the signs of progress in that growing little town.
In coming home from Withee Friday we drove back by way of Steinert's and the Braun settlement. It is one of the prettiest and best roads that it has been our pleasure to drive over for many a month. And to see the thousands of acres of woods waiting to be cleared is a sight that would make a prairie-brought-up-man wonder to behold. On that road alone is room for hundreds of families, giving each one a farm of at least eighty acres, with as nice land as could be found anywhere.
M. C. Greely of Loyal and Miss Barbara Siedleman of York, were united in holy bonds of matrimony last Tuesday, Oct 16, 1900, at 10:30 o'clock by Justice Barker. The young couple are well known here and the Tribune joins their many friends in wishing them a long and happy life. Tribune.
The Thursday Club meets next week with Mrs. E. E. Van Voorhis.
E. H. Thomas has bought a lot and is about to have an office building erected thereon, the lumber being expected today.
The Mondovi Herald last week said: "John Stanton and family will go to Greenwood next month where they will live for a couple of years on some land he owns at that place and which he will make improvements on."
The M. E. church in the Shanks neighborhood is being brick veneered. Chas. McCage of Loyal is doing the work.
Richard Redmond of Christie, was in town Saturday. He has purchased a house and lot in Neillsville, where he expects to reside in the future.
C. M. Hunt and Miss Neverman were Neillsville visitors Wednesday.
John Hendrickson drove over to Loyal Tuesday with Hanson, the hireman.
If you want to know how a bear looks when it is chasing you on a 2:30 clip and you have a lame bicycle to trot along with you, ask our printing office foreman, Calway.
Mrs. Chas. Kennedy of Perkinstown, is visiting friends in town. Wednesday, she, in company with Mrs. A. M. White, visited in Neillsville.
Adolph Meyer lost a horse last Sunday by being kicked by another horse in the field.
Uncle George Andrews has a beet that is so large he cannot bring it down town. He says it is the largest blood beet he ever saw.
Walter Edmunds, with his mother, sister and family, has moved into their new house. It is a large building on the New England style, and will be duly appreciated by them after living so long in the old house.
About thirty-five men, from the town of Withee, visited the county seat Monday, to declare their intentions to become citizens of the U. S. They were natives of Poland. --Neillsville Rep. & Press.
L. Allen went over to Greenwood Saturday evening, returning Monday Morning* * * Mrs. Lute Meek was over from Greenwood Saturday visiting with Wm Meek and wife of this village--Loyal Tribune.
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