News: Schilling Station (16 Nov. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Harlow, Bailey, Sheet, White, Vine, Dorn, Kelly, Johnson, Dimler,
Hendren, Scafe, Phillips, Lantz, Ramsdale, Christopherson, Nutting,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.)
Wm Harlow, wife and daughter, of Greenwood, visited with his brother George, last Sunday. They were accompanied by Ed. Bailey and family, of the same place.
The board of supervisors of the town of Warner were making plans for a new road at their meeting last Saturday. The road is to run north from Rock Creek bridge to J. A. Sheet's land, on the line between the towns of Warner and Beaver.
David and Frank White of Loyal visited with their sister, Mrs. George Harlow, last Thursday. Alice Vine and her uncle Frank, of Barron county, were visitors at the home of George Harlow last Sunday. Will White and Ina Dorn of Loyal, also visited with them.
S. R. Kelly sold his team up at Medford. We did not learn the consideration.
Martin Johnson went into camp for L. Dimler near Thielen last Monday.
A little fall of snow came to us the past few days, as a gentle reminder that winter is approaching.
Rev. W. T. Hendren of Greenwood, called on Thos. Vine and family, election day.
Rev Scafe, of the Baptist church of Greenwood, made a short call at the home of Ed Vine last Thursday.
Thos. Vine attended the auction of P. F. Lantz of Longwood, last Wednesday, so we are informed.
While helping G. Phillips cut wood last week, Sam Johnson had the misfortune of jamming the second finger on his right hand.
Mr. Ramsdale, of the Barron county Woolen mills, was the guest of Thos. Vine last Friday.
Carl Christopherson is out on a deer hunt with John Hendrickson of Greenwood. They went up to the end of the Foster track, six miles north of here.
Frank Nutting of Loyal, called on Thos. Vine last Friday.
J. A. Sheets is out on a deer hunt up north. We were unable to learn the whereabouts.
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