News: Greenwood (15 Sep 1904)
Contact: Laurel Bragstad
Surnames: Abel, Andrews, Armstrong, Baker, Bailey, Barber, Barlow, Borseth, Carter, Chute, Clark, Colby, Cummings, Dawson, Freeman, Head, Hogue, Hotelling, Howe, Hubble, Hull, Hunt, Jaseph, Jones, Kelley, Keyser, Killinger, Mead, Neville, Norris, Quincey, Reimer, Richmond, Robinson, Schofield, Schwarze, Shanks, Stair, Taylor, Tufts, Tuttle
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 9/15/1904
Oscar Hogue is home from Westbore.
Foster Lumber Co. lands for sale by C.H. Chute.
For a good second hand heating stove see W.H. Hunt.
The Thursday club will meet with Mrs. Harry Mead the 22nd.
Philo Mead, who has been playing with a circus this past season, is home.
The King’s Daughters will meet Tuesday, Sept. 20, with Mrs. J.B. Stair.
Mrs. A.W. Bailey leaves Thursday morning for Portland, Ore. to visit her son Burt.
Jas. Neville left Monday for Montana, where he intends to spend the coming winter.
Mrs. T.E. Jones of St. Paul arrived Monday evening to be with her sister, Mrs. J.L. Barber, in her affliction.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shanks of Greenwood spent Sunday in Withee, guests of the D.J. Tufts family. — Withee Sentinel
Frank Able is building his new house and has i well along. It is 16x27 and 15x22 with 12 and 14 foot posts, respectively.
Will Hotelling, who lives this side of Neillsville, was up a few days the past week visiting friends in the town of Beaver.
Mrs. Clara Borseth and Edith went to Marshfield Saturday with Lillian, who has to take further treatment at the hospital.
Messrs. Jas. A. Quincey, Al Keyser and Forey Head of Platteville were up a few days last week looking after land interests.
Mrs. Killinger and daughter Beulah of Abbotsford visited over Sunday with the former’s sister, Mrs. F.B. Richmond and family.
A goodly sized congregation was present at the M.E. church Thursday evening to hear Rev. Paul Hull, the former popular pastor.
Mrs. Anna Colby returned from Reseberg visited a couple of days the past week with her sister, Mrs. A.S. Armstrong, and little son.
F.M. Taylor came up from Black River Falls Tuesday morning to visit his many Greenwood friends a few days and attend to business matters. If he fails to bring Mrs. Taylor with him next time will have to go back after her.
Letters have been received by his parents from Dr. H.R. Schwarze, written Aug. 4th, next day after his arrival in Manilla. He was a month and three days on the water and never was sick a day on the trip. He is located some 200 miles south of Manilla.
The Clark county Prohibition convention will be held at Thorp Saturday, Sept. 24th. A full county ticket will be put up including member of assembly. the Prohibition candidate for governor, W.H. Clark, will be present and address a mass meeting in the evening.
Mrs. M.A. Robinson arrived from Greenwood Sunday and visited with her brother, Cashier Andrews and his family until Tuesday, when she returned home accompanied by Mrs. and Miss Andrews, and McK. again goes up the pike as far as Dr. Freeman’s for his meals. -- Colby Phonograph
L.J. Reimer of Milwaukee left Tuesay morning for home after spending a couple of weeks on his farm in Beaver and visiting friends. While he has a good butcher business in the cream city, he says Clark county is good enough for him and he does not care to sell his farm. He is looking fleshy and rugged as you please.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Jaseph are spending a few days with Mrs. Jaseph’s parents above Greenwood before returning to Madison, where Lynn resumes his law studies. He has a position as clerk of the Moot Court this year which gives him valuable experience as well as a fair salary. -- Neillsville Republican and Press.
The Edward Bently estate which lately went through probate in the county judge’s office is a peculiar one. Mr. Bently died in 1869 and the estate was never settled. He had taken up a homestead of 80 acres in the town of Mentor, and a patent from the U.S. government. Under a law afterwards passed a homesteader who had taken less than 160 acres, or his heirs, was entitled to script with which could be located enough land to make up the 160 acres. This script is transferable and can be sold by the administrator of the estate. In order to dispose of this government script, it thus became necessary for the estate to go through the probate court indue form. The heirs of several estates have recently taken advantage of this law and there are others doubtless who have failed thus far to take advantage of it, not knowing of their rights under the law. -- Rep. and Press
Jas. Norris went to Neillsville the first of the week to work for the Badger State Telephone Co. for a time.
Mrs. G.S. Barlow has moved her dressmaking shop into part of the building formerly occupied by J.L. Barber as a drugstore. She will be pleased to greet all her old customers, and others who will favor her with a call.
The Modern Brotherhood of America
Evergreen Lodge No. 1462 of the above named order was organized by Deputy E.G. Howe Monday evening of last week in Woodmen hall with twenty-one members present and several more in line. The following were elected as officers:
S.R. Kelley, president; Claude Carter, vice president; D.J. Shanks, secretary; Eugene Cummings, treasurer; Drs. J.C. Baker and H.R. Schofield, physicians; Roy Tuttle, chaplain; Richard Dawson, watchman; Arthur Hubble, sentry.
The lodge will meet on the first and third Monday evenings in each month in Woodmen hall. The charter is still open and about thirty-five members are already assured.
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