News: The Clark
Republican and Press 3-22-1900
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 3-22-1900
NEW JURORS: L. O. Garrison, Wm. Zassenhaus and R. W. Balch, jury commissioners, met with Clerk of the Court Stockwell at the court house on Tuesday, and drew the following jury list for spring term of court:
Ole. D. Thompson - Abbotsford Thomas Dillon - Abbotsford Albert Mitzlaff - Abbotsford N. E. Pennry - Abbotsford Henry Frome - Colby John Nichol - Eaton John Huntzicker - Eaton J. P. Dawes - Fremont J. C. Miller - Greenwood Gottleib Hillert - Grant A. H. Smith - Hixon C. A. Funk - Hixon F. J. Sheldon - Longwood B. E. Lantz - Longwood B. F. Nutting - Loyal James Rogers - Loyal Arthur Allen - Loyal Oscar Johnson - Lynn H. B. Holmes - Lynn George Thayer - Mayville Wm. Vollrath - Mead E. E. Darling - Neillsville Robert Weeks - Neillsville Herman Carl - Pine Valley Josepe Winters - Pine Valley Wm. Goerbing - Reseburg Albert Rusch - Reseburg C. D. Franch - Sherman Andrew Lawson - Sherwood Peter McParlan - Thorp James Heagle - Thorp George Short - Washburn Mike Proch - Weston W. H. Turner - York
Carl Mick has been very sick for more than a week past. He is reported somewhat better, and his speedy recovery is hoped for.
f. W. Draper, of the town of Loyal, was a caller in Neillsville last Thursday. Fred has political aspirations of which more will be said hereafter.
To those who have paper hanging, I would state that I am prepared to do all kinds; decorating, butted work a specialty. All work done well and prices reasonable. Samuel B. Calway
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. David on Thursday. The little one died Saturday night. Mr. David was at Mauston attending his father’s funeral Saturday, returning just before the baby died.
Geo. Woodward, a son of M. F. Woodward who lives northeast of the city, has been spending the winter with his parents. He started overland with a team, on Tuesday, for his home in Orinoco, Minn.
Millard Parker has gone to Spring Valley to work in the mill at that place. It is reported that he will remove his family to Spring Valley. Mr. Parker is a good mill man, having had years of experience along that line.
A large tumor of the neck was successfully removed last Thursday afternoon by Drs. Frank and John M. Conroy and Dr. Hacket. The patient Mrs. O. W. Babcock, of Washburn, a lady seventy-three years old, stood the ordeal without chloroform or ether. A local anesthetic was deemed the safest. Her condition at present is excellent.
Rev. Frank went to Stevens Point on business last week. Greenwood Gleaner 3-21-1900
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