News: Humbird #2 (11 Jul 1908)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Breakey, Gloden, Brandstedter, Presher, Fryer, Kretschmer, Ferris, Johnson, Schumacher, Perry, Zook, Stillman, Pickett, Terrell, Posternock, Sires, Rickey, Gregory, Hart, Creviston, Johnston, Colburn, Horrell, Sanders, Maston, Babler, Hahn, Wilson,
----Source: The Humbird Enterprise (Clark Co., WI.) July 11, 1908
Humbird (11 July 1908)
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Buy it at the Humbird Drug Store
Dr. Breakey was a caller in town yesterday.
Miss Mary Gloden is assisting in Brandstedter’s Store.
W. F. Presher and wife drove to Neillsville last Monday.
Miss Myrtle Fryer left last Saturday for a visit at Tomah.
M. Kretschmer’s house is receiving its second coat of paint.
Mrs. I. J. Ferris and Donald were in Merrillan Thursday.
George Johnson and his father have moved into the Schumacher house.
The east side of the street is being graded and made ready for the stone gutter.
John Schumacher has gone to Merrill for a visit with his daughter who lives there.
Prof. H. S. Perry spent last Saturday at Black River Falls renewing old acquaintances.
Blueberries are coming into market at a good pace nowadays. The crop is a good one this year.
We are informed that John Zook is about to build a new barn on his farm in the Town of Cleveland.
G. W. Stillman and E. Pickett and wife were at the Falls Thursday afternoon on a business trip.
Floyd Terrell and family went to Neillsville the last of the week for a short visit with Mrs. Terrell’s people.
Mrs. J. R. Posternock and her mother, Mrs. Sires, were over Sunday visitors at E. E. Rickey’s at Merrillan.
W. E. Gregory has finished his job of sawing at Columbia and returned home with the outfit and crew Thursday.
Mrs. N. Hart and daughters, Alice and Ivis left Thursday noon for Mankato, Minn., for a visit with her son Charles and family.
R. A. Creviston goes to Alma Center this evening to assist the orchestra at their mid-summer ball. Mr. Creviston plays the clarinet.
Mrs. D. Johnston, of the Town of Cleveland, who has been making a visit with a sister in Montana for several weeks past, has returned home.
Dame Rumor states that a double wedding, in which four young people who live near the village are immensely interested, is to take place soon.
Norman Colburn came from Minneapolis Wednesday evening for a visit with his grandmother, Mrs. Colburn, and his aunt, Mrs. G. H. Horrell and family.
Numerous drowning accidents are reported from nearby towns, which should be a lesson to all bathers and those boating to be extra careful while about the water.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sanders, of Owatonna, Minn., and A. C. Maston, of Los Angeles, Cal., are visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Babler. The gentlemen are brothers-in-law of Mr. Babler.
The brick work on J. C. Hahn’s building is completed to the second story and the carpenters are putting on the joist and floor lining. About ten days or two weeks more will see the completion of the brick laying.
James Wilson, of the town of Cleveland, announces his candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Jackson County, on the Republican ticket. Mr. Wilson is well known through out that county and will poll a large vote at the September primary.
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