GLENWOOD, Feb 1909
DYAR, HARRISON, STILLWAGON, GEHRING, SHINN, MARSH, GOODELL, NANGLE, BOWER, AMES, CHRISTY, STRAHAN, MYERS, TURNER, HILL, MILLARD, PLANK, PLIMPTON, HOWE, WOODWARD, MCCUMMON, MERSHON, WHITE, POTTER, CHANTRY, DEAN, BRADFORD, BARLOW, REED, GORHAM, JENNINGS, LANGENOUR, WATKINS, JAMISON, EDWARDS, SCOTT, DODGE, DOUPREE, BAILEY, HEINSHEIMER, BUCK, TAFT, REED, SHIPMAN, LAWSON, WILLIAMS
Posted By: Lois Shaul (email)
Date: 6/26/2019 at 19:27:22
Mills County Tribune
February 5, 1909
Glenwood, Feb. 5, 1909
C.H. Dyar is now in the city.
Jim Harrison, a detective, was in the city Tuesday.
L.A. Stillwagon left yesterday for a short business trip to Missouri.
Attorney, Matt Gehring, of Plattsmouth had business at court Monday.
Attorney Frank Shinn of Carson, was looking after legal business in Glenwood Friday.
Supt. O.H. Marsh has returned from a two week visit at his old home in Pennsylvania.
Miss Olive Ga?? of Plattsmouth visited her friend, Miss Ida Goodell, over Sunday.
Miss Mary Nangle of Wayne Nebr. was a visitor over Sunday at the home of L.A. Bower.
B.F. Ames of Wisconsin visited several days the past week with his Uncle Geo. Ames.
Messrs. C.B. Christy and J.M. Strahan of Malvern had business in Glenwood Saturday.
Miss Martha Myers was an Omaha visitor this morning, where she replenished her millinery stock.
Miss Eva Turner-Thero of Idaho Springs, Colo. is visiting this week with her father, J.W. Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill of Connecticut are guests this week at the home of their cousin, Mrs. E.G. Millard.
Dr. T.H. Plank of Chicago visited in this city last Saturday with his old schoolmate, Dr.Wm. Plimpton.
Druggist A.J. Howe has secured and able assistant in his popular west side pharmacy in the person of Fred Kelley.
Dr. E.M. Woodard,a dentist of Red Oak, was in town Saturday, and is thinking some of locating in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Sent? and Miss Nellie McCummon of Kansas, are visiting old time friends in these parts.
Mrs. Julia Mershon of Des Moines is visiting her brother R.C. White, together with others in these parts.
Clerk C.U. Potter went down to Kansas City Saturday to meet a sister who was on her way from New Mexico to Chicago.
M.A. Chantry of White Cloud was interviewing Auditor Kinney Saturday regarding a road matter in his locality.
Surveyor Seth Dean was in Sidney yesterday where he ran the lines for a new brick building to be erected there.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bradford are visiting friends in Nebraska while Miss Bradford is away visiting an acquaintance at Red Oak.
Miss Fannie Barlow, who has been visiting with her brother in Glenwood for the past months has returned to New York.
Rev. M.D. Reed returned Friday from the Orient where he attended a meeting of the South Western Iowa Congregational Association.
Mrs. E.G. Millard is enjoying a visit from her mother, Mrs. Gorham, and a friend Miss Jennings, who arrived Friday from Connecticut.
Mrs. Henry Langenour, formerly Miss Bird Watkins, of California, is visiting old friends in Glenwood, is stopping at the home of D.C. Jamison.
Mr. John Edwards and brother, of Centerville, are old time acquaintances of J.E. Scott, passed through the city on their way to Omaha, making the latter a short visit.
Miss Carolina L. Dodge, a leading attorney in Council Bluffs is in Glenwood today. She is a niece of Gen. Dodge, the chairman of the War Department Investigative Committee.
Res? Doupree, an old time Glenwood resident, is visiting this week with his brother M.T. Doupree. Res is engaged in the hotel business in a town near Lincoln Nebr.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Bailey of
Correctionville, were guests at the home of D.L. Heinsheimer. Mrs. Curtis Buck of Michigan, a sister of Mrs. Bailey, was also a visitor at the home.
Mrs. Olive Taft of Chicago came for the Exposition and is visiting with Mrs. Judge Reed, of Council Bluffs.
Mrs. Gail Shipman of Emerson, was a visitor at the home o O.R. Patrick. Mrs. Shipman was on the program at the Armory.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lawson of Denver, Colo. visited several days at the home of L.A. Williams.
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