News: Humbird (12 Sep 1905)
Contact: Duane Horn
W. H. Johnson and a few went to Augusta Saturday night.
Albert Kindt of Milwaukee is visiting in town Tuesday.
N. Colburn took in the Elroy Fair Wednesday and Thursday.
H. N. Carter of Eau Claire spent Sunday with his parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Crevaston came over from Neillsville Sunday.
This is good football weather, what's the matter with the players?
Tom Kearns of Neillsville was a guest at the Humbird House over Sunday.
Dr. Cole of Black River Falls was a professional caller here last Sunday.
Mrs. I. A. Sires of Altoona called on Mrs. E. Sires Saturday afternoon. Mrs. John Schumacher left last Saturday for a few weeks visit at Merrill
with relatives there.
"Doo" Wilson is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grush, During his parents' absence from home.
H. W. Hills left Tuesday evening for Milwaukee, being called there by the illness of his children.
Mrs. C. A. Martin has moved her household effects to Granton and she expects to follow in a few days.
Will Marr, the Merrillan telephone man was in town Wednesday attending to some of the phones.
A. D. Wilson of Abbottsford came down Friday for a few days visit with old friends and relatives around here.
Mrs. Laura Blair, who has been visiting relatives at Fall Creek, the past two weeks, returned home Friday.
W. E. Gregory has received his new blow stacker and is now ready for all kinds of business in the threshing line.
Richard Zerbel left Tuesday for Alma to attend the funeral of a nephew. Richard expects to be gone about a week.
Word has been received here that Mrs. Chas. Thomas, who has been quite ill at an Ashland hospital, is getting better.
J. W. Lawrence came home last Saturday night after a very successful weeks work along the Wis. Cen. Ry. For the F. L. I. A.
A motor car with the division officials of the Omaha Ry. passed through here last Friday. A short stop was made at the local station.
An eleven year old tramp stopped over between trains here last Tuesday. He came in on one train and out on another and did not seem at all feased by rough handling by trainmen.
O. D. Sires of Hammond shook hands with old friends about town Monday afternoon returning Monday evening. O. D. has just returned from a tour through Colorado and Utah.
A number of new patrons of the creamery are coming in from all over the country. As a rule the farmers are not slow in finding out where they can get best prices fro their produce.
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