News: Greenwood (01 Aug 1912)
Surnames: Ziegler, Masters, Clute, Kippenhan, Rossman, Stanton, Bryden, Atkins, Kennedy, Schofield, Duncan, Cummings, Reineking, Hartson, Tatro, Hogue, Brown, Delaney, Stevens, Johnson, Wessenberg, Bailey, Delaney
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01 Aug 1912
Money to loan on farm property, three to five years at 6 per cent. ---C.H. Clute
Three burner oil stove in first class condition for sale. Inquire at this office.
A nice line of ladies calling cards at this office.
For Sale - 1 mare and colt, work horse, between 1200 and 1300. -- John Kippenhan
Go to A.L. Rossman, Judith Gap, Montana, for homestead locations in the famous Judith Gap Basin. $100 location fees.
Dr. Ziegler, dentist, will be in Greenwood Aug. 21 at the Howard House.
R.A. Masters is also having a new cement walk built in front of his saloon property. V.J. Clute and crew are doing the work.
In the past two week several items of interest have been received at this office through mail for publication. The writers thereof have not signed their name, therefore we cannot publish them. We must know four our own convenience the author of any article for publication, or the sender thereof.
The new bank is rapidly nearing completion, the wiring is being done and the lathing is finished on the first floor. The directors expect to have the bank ready for business by September first.
Bring in your cattle, calves and hogs Monday to the F. & N.E. stockyards. - John Stanton.
The Greenwood State Bank has completed all necessary arrangements with the Director of the Postal Savings System, and it is now a United State Depository for postal savings funds.
Mrs. John Bryden gave a party to sixteen little girls last Tuesday afternoon, on the hotel lawn, in honor of her two nices, Bertha and Merle Atkins, and Marjorie and Janet Kennedy.
Mr. R.H. Schofield returned from Ashland Saturday, where he was visiting relatives.
Mr. G.F. Duncan of Owen came down Saturday evening to attend the meeting of the I.O.O.F. Lodge.
Of the $64,493.45 paid by the Rutledge estate as an inheritance tax, Chippewa County only gets 7 1/2 percent, or $4,837.01, the remainder going to the state. This is an injustice, pure and simple. If the matter was just reversed... (rest of the article is missing)
The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Chas. Cumming Friday p.m., Aug. 2nd.
The German Ladies Society of the West Side will meet with Mrs. W.E. Reineking Wednesday, Aug. 7.
Remember market day in Owen, Aug. 17th. Bring what you have to sell and come and buy what you need. The merchants will give you some rare bargains for that day and will also try and give you and your family a good time.
Fred Hartson returned home Thursday from Lemmon, S.D., where he has been since last fall. He accompanied the militia, of which he is a member, to camp McCoy, Wis., for two weeks drill, and then home.
Dr. W.R. Kennedy of Manitowoc autoed to this city Monday for a couple days visit.
Last Saturday Mrs. O.M. Johnson was surprised by a number of friends on her fifty-fourth birthday. A pleasant afternoon was spent by all. Refreshments were served at 5:00 o'clock. Mrs. Johnson received a beautiful rocker as a remembrance of the occasion.
For Sale - My residence. Inquire at Greenwood State Bank. -- John Tatro.
Mrs. Harry Hogue and children returned Saturday from their extended visit with relatives and friends in the west. They report seeing and visiting with a good number of former Greenwoodites, including Wessenbergs, Baileys, Elmer Brown, Delaneys and others.
P.M. Stevens made a trip to Waupaca Saturday and visited over Sunday with his brother john and a sister, returning Monday.
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