News: Greenwood 18 years ago - May 1892 (05 May 1910)


Surnames: Bryden, Mead, Wallace

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (05 May 1910)

James Bryden had a crew of men repairing the Popple River Bridge.

Geo. Mead opened a restaurant and fruit store one door north of the barber shop.

The recent rains sent the boys all back into the river and logs were going down stream at a lively rate all week.

A street lamp was placed in front of the Presbyterian Church.

Seen - Wednesday morning by Dean Wallace, the Greenwood stage driver, a large grizzly bear with a long white man and call. A liberal reward will be given for its -- the bear's capture.



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