News: Greenwood Gleaner #2 (19 Jul 1906)
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----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 07/19/1906
Hugh Meek was home a few days last week visiting his mother and brother and the home friends.
Mrs. Homer Webster and little one returned last week from a visit with relatives at Abbotsford.
Mabel Rossman is home again from her visit in Duluth in the mining region of northern Wisconsin.
Just received, one carload of windmills, Buy early before they are gone. - C. C. Hoehne Hardware Co.
The Ladies’ Aid society will hold a midsummer sale in the Steinert building July 27th, also ice cream and cake.
The Beavers at Longwood will give an entertainment in their thown hall Saturday evening, July 21st. See bills.
Mrs. Wm. Grosser and three children of Chicago are visiting with the two Einfeldt families in the town of Warner.
Ciella Andrews of Longwood and Edna Burch of this city are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Arthur Cadman, at Fairchild.
Ed Wollenberg drove to Thorp Sunday with his wife and daughter who will visit a few days with her parents and family.
Fred Oelig is enjoying a vacation from his arduous duties in the Bit Store with his wife is visiting in Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. George Burnie were presented with their first daughter Friday, July 13th. Congratulations have been order.
Ivy and alta Wesenberg, in company with Mrs. Henry Johnson, drove to Withee Sunday, the latter returning home the next day.
The insurance adjuster was here last week and adjusted the loss on the Kippenhan fire. The policy was for $1,000 which was promptly paid.
The past week, with its continued heat and rrequent showers, has been great corn growing weather, though not so good for the hay makers.
Mrs. Helen Nichol had a picnic for her Sunday school class last Saturday. The weather being fine nearly every one was out. A very jolly time is reported.
Invitations have been issued for the marriage of John N. Schmoll and Miss Mary E. Neville, which happy event will take place on Tuesday next. Their many friends will hasten to extend congratulations in advance. - Neillsville Times.
Edward Howe who recently moved to Greenwood from near Grand Rapids and bought the Geo. Carpenter place just west of the Dingley home, has been improving the premises by building an addition to the barn.
Jos. Knop announces to the public that he will be found at the Anton Kristiansen shoe shop prepared to do custom shoe making, mending, etc. Workmanship, right prices and fair treatment guaranteed. Try him.
Dan Cook has become thoroughly disgusted with existing conditions in his barn basement and with the aid of Alf Eggett, as overseer, has succeeded in putting in a floor of concrete. No more rotten plank floors for Dan, thank you.
Butter maker John Fisher was a short business caller at the Gleaner sanctum one day last week and reports that he is receiving on an average a little over 12,000 pounds of milk per day, which is a gain over 3,000 pounds over last year.
The Wisconsin Central offers an excursion rate of $4 for the round trip from Greenwood to Minneapolis for the National G. A. R. Encampment to be held there Aug. 15 to 18. Tickets on sale Aug. 11 to 14, good for return to and including Aug. 31.
Mamie Palms of River Falls spent a few days this past week, visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Palms. Her sister, Mrs. Meade, formerly Irma, also visited here last week. The latter’s husband is at Oshkosh. He is principal of the Maiden Rock schools.
Clerk of the Court Draper calls attention to our new naturalization laws. He says that all persons who desire to take out citizenship papers must do so by Sept. 27th, or after that date they will have to file an application for 90 days before an order can be made.
Allie Schofield is receiving a visit from Tom Purcell of Chicago. The gentleman is a violinist of rare talent, as well as being an excellent mandolinist, and it is hoped that the Greenwood public may be favored with a recital in the near future when both Mr. Purcell and Miss Schofield will be the stars.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ames were very hospitably entertained last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan in honor of his 45th birthday. A very prosperous condition of affairs seems everywhere prevalent at his home. He has his years wood sawed and piled, a fine herd of 12 dairy cows, a pen well stocked with fine hogs both big and little and he is just starting in on what promises to be an abundant harvest of both hay and small grain.
One hears some funny things concerning the electric light plant. Last week while the transformers were being placed in position you would frequently hear them called transmitters. Another good soul, reported to be woman, is reported as informing her neighbors that there is still to be built the other power house somewhere below the Big Store. When asked what this was for, she replied that it was to send the electricity back to the dam where it started.
Eben Ketchpaw of the West Side, who went with a party of blue berry pickers over on the Eau Claire Friday evening, had the misfortune to get his left arm badly shattered by a gun shot. One of the party had stood a double barrel shot gut loaded, against a tree and when pitching their tent about 11 o’clock the gun was in the way and Eben reached for it, seizing it by the muzzle. In pulling it toward him the hammers dragged against a log, cocking both of them, one of them going off and discharging the load through the muscle of the left arm, cracking the bone and tearing out pieces. It was the barest chance that the load did did not enter his heart or both barrels discharge with even more horrible results. The victim was brought in to town at once, arriving here about 4 o’clock Saturday morning where he received medical attention at the home of his sister, Mrs. Herb White. The patient is reported doing as well as can be expected.
A little love, a little wealth; A little home for you and me; It’s all I ask except good health, Which comes with Rocky Mountain Tea. City Drug Store.
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