GLENWOOD, Feb. 5, 1909
PLUMB, GARMEN, BROOKS, MCCONNELL, GEIL, CHENEY, MAYBERRY, COWGER, SHELBY, HASKINS, SPELLMAN, REDMAN, ELLAN, UTTERBACK, CHAMBERS, YOUNG, MURPHY, SCHOENING, STOUT, TIPTON, WAHBURN, CROW, GENUNG, LYONS, HIBBS, RUSSELL, DOERWEISLER, FINKENSTEIN, TIPTON, UNDERSOOD, WATSON, LEARY, LYON, HAMMOND, MOUNTAIN, BAKER, HARRISON, SMALLEY, STARBUCK, CROOKHAM, WALLING, DONNELL, BONEBREAK, WALLING, HANKS, CHENY, RICHARDSON, WIREMEN, ADAMS, MCCORMINCK
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Date: 6/27/2019 at 15:25:21
Mills County Tribune
February 5, 1909
"pertaining to People in Whom we are all Interested."
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Plumb were over from near Hastings last Friday.
Mrs. L.M. Garmen has gone to Kansas City to be with a sister who is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks, who live six miles east, were in Glenwood last week.
Miss Addie McConnell of Arlington, Nebr. was visiting friends here yesterday.
L.M. Geil has been enjoying a visit from his
father, whose home is near Des Moines.
Miss Edith Cheney is taking a business course at Boyle's Commercial College in Omaha.
Mark Mayberry, wife and children of Hawles township were Glenwood visitors Saturday.
Lemp Cowger of Center township transacted business matters at the county seat Saturday, and visited friends.
Harman Hastings of Ingraham township was doing some trading among our merchants Saturday.
J.E. Shelby, who lives south of Glenwood, was a very pleasant caller at the Tribune office
Mrs. Charle Haskins, Mrs. Roy Spellman, Mrs. I.D. Redman, three ladies from Pacific Junction, were in Glenwood shopping Tuesday.
Mrs. Ellan of Chelan, Wash., is at the home of her father, W.H. Utterback, in Rawles township, and expects to remain through the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. N.M. Chambers and daughter of Center township were shopping and attending to other business matters in Glenwood, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Young are enjoying a visit from Miss Julia Murphy, a cousin from Wisconsin, Tuesday they went to Omaha to visit Roy Young.
H.E. Schoening, an old stand-by of the Tribune, was down Friday to pay taxes on his farm in the northwest part of the county.
Mrs. Mary E. Stout, of Froid, Nebr.,daughter of S.A. Tipton, arrived here Saturday for a visit with old friends.
A.B. Washburn bought of W.P. Crow, 70 sections at Hastings. Mr. Crow then bought the Genung homestead in Hastings.
H.R. and Dr. Charles Lyons returned Saturday from a month long outing at a fishing resort, from which they both returned looking quite healthy.
Grandma Hibbs has been quite ill at the home of A.J. Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doerweisler, had a daughter born Sept. 27.
Mr.and Mrs. Samuel Finkenstein, had a daughter born on Sept.29.
S.A. Tipton is now running the Burlington Feed Store at the southeast corner of the square.
There are letters at the post office for Miss Nellie Underwood, Horace W. Watson and D. P. A. Leary.
Dr. C.W. Lyon has moved from the Dean block and now has office rooms above the Mills County Bank.
There is a fine bunch of blue stem grass standing in the post office, grown in the Geo. A. Davis orchard.
Mrs. Fielden Hammond has been seriously ill following the birth of a girl baby some two weeks ago. She is now improving some.
O.L. Mountain sold his property opposite the canning factory to Cory Baker.
Albert Harrison began teaching at Hillsdale school succeeding Jud Smalley, who is taking a position at Pacific Junction.
Miss Frankie Starbuck and J.A. Crookham have invitations out for their marriage Oct. 14th at the home of the brides parents.
Gary Walling has moved from the home of his mother north and across Locust street to the Sam Donnell house on the corner of Third street. Mrs. M. Bonebreak from Charlton will occupy the rooms thus vacated in Mrs. M.C. Walling's. She has three sons who will work around Glenwood.
John Hanks arrived to find burglars had ransacked the depot Sunday night. They obtained nothing of value.
Carey and Fleming expect to have their new store at Silver City ready for business next week.
R.S. Cheney has contracted for right of way through his farm across Mills County with the Burlington.
Jack Cheyney is convalescing after a severe time with typhoid fever. He will soon be around again.
Edward Richardson is rejoicing over an increase of $10 to his pension. It was secured through S.H. Wiremen who also secured a pension of $12 for Newt Adams and $2 for his helpless child.
James McCorminck recently brought a cluster of fragrant spring flowers to the Tribune office. Quite a novelty.
Clint Young was again seen behind the counter at the city bakery on the South Midway, while his brother-in-law Harvey Eiler and Mrs. Eiler were visiting in Norfolk, Nebr.
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