Eaton Twp., Clark Co., WI Businesses
 

 

 

Eaton Township Businesses

Clark County, Wisconsin

 

The Bank Building and the Post Office

Main St., Greenwood, Wis. (1915)

The above photo was featured in the Granton News 1915,

Celebration of Clark County's first 50 years; Courtesy of the Thorp Area Historical Society.

 

The Old Bank as it looks today In 2007

George Grabara ran a bakery business for many years at 100 S. Main St.

Photo Contributed by George Plautz

 

 

Greenwood

Greenwood Businessmen (ca. 1910)

Main Street Directory

Centuries on Main Street

Greenwood Milk Products - Cheese

Commercial Club

Index & History

Rail Roads

Greenwood "Foster & Nobody Else" and the Soo Line

1870

Elias Peterson's Hardware;

1873

Greenwood Gazette published by Chas. W. Carpenter

Charles Baldwin's Meat Market

1882

There was a raffle held at Dr. Thomasí drug store in Greenwood.  H. M. Root became winner of a full set of Dickenís words, well bound, for the small sum of one dollar, by a score of 79 out of a possible 108 on a wheel of fortune.

A. S. Eaton Hardware

Begley Grocery

Peterson General Merchandise

1885

Thomas Miller Building Materials

1892

Greenwood, WI Heading Lumber Companies (1892 - 1906)

1893

Fish, Maxwell & Co., of Hickville, Ohio, has leased the mill on the west side of the river and will stock it and manufacture wooden handles of all descriptions.  The plant will be known as the Greenwood Handle Factory, and when fully established will give employment to 80 hands.  Source: Greenwood Gleaner, News.

1890

Chris. Brick's Livery Stable

Justice & Hartson's Store

1899

Greenwood--Foster's Mercantile (The Farmer's Store); Advertisement (1900)

1900

Adamson, Charles--Attorney at Law

Baker, Dr. Karl W. (Physcian & Surgeon)

Barber, Dr. L. (Physcian & Surgeon)

Beyer, August's Pump Shop (1900)

Blacksmith Shop (1900, ca.)

Borseth City Bakery & Restaurant

Brick Livery Stables

Brown, Charles H., D. D. S.

Buker Planing Mill

Burch Mercantile

Churchill, Dr. Benjamin, MD, CM

Clute, Curtis H.--Real Estate & Insurance

Commercial House Hotel

Conroy Medical

Cummings Bros. Draying & Teaming

Delaney, Albert--Confections & Cigars

Flour and Feed Store (Victor Hendrickson, proprietor)

Franckenberg & Fricke General Merchandise

Greenwood Dairy (Advertisement)

Greenwood Farmer's Store (ca. 1900)

Greenwood Gleaner

Greenwood Roller Mills

Greenwood State Bank

H. W. Hunt & Son

Haglund General Store

Klinke General Merchandise

Kristenson Shoes

Lucas Jewelry

National Cooperage & Woodenware

Nelson Black Smith Shop

Noetzel Barber Shop

Oxford Moving & Contracting

Peterson Groceries

Raymond, Alanzo Pearis' Wagon Shop

Tupper Portraits

Wallis, Orzina Dean's Weaving (1900)

White Hardware

Wollenberg Meat Market

1901

Conroy's City Drug Store

Ezra S. Donaldson's Hardware

The Greenwood Creamery

1902

C. C. Hoehne Hardware

E. B. Carpenter Hardware

Greenwood Merchantile transfers to E. T. Burch

H. N. Ware Hardware

Haglund's Grocery

History of the Northside Repair Shop

Baker's Bakery

1903

Benjamin Packer Law

Big Store Interior

Big Store Millinery (Formerly known at Foster's Mercantile and later as "The Farmer's Store".

Carter & Mattice Painting

Shanks Meat Market

1904

Dr Julian Crawford Baker

Dr. Herman Richard Schwarze (Veterinarian & Dentist)

Tscharner & Packer Law

Greenwood--Wuethrich Creamery (1904)

Fred J. Woodkey Blacksmithing

1905

Greenwood, Bishop's Store; 1934 Advertisement

1906

Shanks Painting

Farmers Shocking Oats

1908

Eggett's dispute with the Volk Bros.

Greenwood Sate Bank

Rea William Davidson (Physician)

Sillick, Finley Edward (Physician)

1909

Panoramic View (1909)

1910

Albert Schwarze, Blacksmithing

Greenwood, WI Birdseye View (ca1910)

Greenwood Factory (ca. 1910)

1911

Eaton Center Cheese Factory

Grasshorn-Falk Creamery

Greenwood, Creamery (1911)

1912

The new Central Hotel in Greenwood is completed and ready to serve the public.  All rooms are heated, have hot and cold water and a toilet on both of the two floors.  There is a public bath in the basement.  The hotel is centrally located between the two banks, near the post office and city hall, in the Christ Wallenberg block.  An auto and team livery adjoins and there is bus service to all trains.  William Riley Howard & Son are proprietors. Clark Co., Press; Dec., 1912

1913

Farmers & Merchants Bank

Greenwood, WI Farmers & Merchants Bank (1Dec 1913); from Miss Lila Bast, German Town, WI to Emma Bast

1914

Farmers & Merchants Bank

1915

Schwarze Bros. Machinery; Schwarze Bros. Machinery Shop Ad; Schwarze Bros. Ad #2;

Schwarze, Edwin's Threshing Business

1917

"Freckles & Company" Song & Dance Performance

1922

Hemlock Cheese Factory (1922)

1925

Ira Leach's City Meat Market

1926

1926 Clark Co. Business Directory; Greenwood Pages.

Greenwood Power Dam (1926)

1929

Fradette, James H. (Insurance)

Greenwood Heating and Plumbing

Lyon, Achie Dale (Trucking)

Picus, Ben (General Merchandise, "The New Fair Store")

Schultz, Dr. H. A.

Sumner, George (Livestock)

Volk Motor Transport

1930

Arbs, Louis (Greenwood Garage & Machine Shop)

Greenwood Plumbing and Heating

Kebl, Frank (Shoe & Harness Shop)

Stabnow, Harold W. (Pines Service Station)

1932

Greenwood Milk Products Co-op

1933

Greenwood Dairy

Greenwood, WI Greenwood Dairy

1934

Austin, Dr. W. T.

Barnes, R. L. (Chiropractor)

Bishop, George W. (Undertaking)

Bredesen, Leo (Well-Driller)

Carter, C. J. (Dray Service)

Grand Cafe

Haight, Hugh G. (Attorney-At-Law)

Idle Hour Dance Hall and Skating Rink

Keiner's Grocery Store

LaBonte, Frank (Restaurant)

Lawler Law Office

Loos Electric

Noeldner General Contracting

Olson, Dr. William

Opera House (Advertisements)

A. J. Reindl's City Meat Market

Speich & Braun, Inc. (Ford Autos)

Shields, C. A. (Service Station)

Vesel, J. F. (Radios & Batteries)

Vinger, Palmer (Insurance)

Volk Brothers Merchants

1937

Emerson's Red & White Store

Greenwood Pea Cannery

1938

Coast to Coast (March 1938), Rug Buker's Coast to Coast (March 1938)

Noetzel Closing, Noetzel Sells out to May (March 1938)

1940

Barr Brothers Fox Farm

1943

Cloverleaf Dairy

1946

Stewart's Redville Dairy

1950

Ebert, Walter (Inseminating Service)

Finkle Insurance

Hohl Brothers Radiator Service

Jim's Dairy Bar - Bud's Dairy Bar - Edward's Dairy Bar - Jerry's Dairy Bar (History)

1951

Business Changes

1955

Artac Appliance & Farm

1960

Greenwood IGA

1967

American Breeders Service

Barnes, Dr. R. L. (Chiropractor)

Branstitter Service

C. C. Hoehne Hardware

Chubb's Pines Service Station

Cooperative Services

E. J. Crane & Son's Feed Mill

Eddy's Tog Shop

Greenwood Body Shop

Greenwood Cooperatives' Credit Union

Greenwood Pharmacy

Greenwood Television & Radio

Hohl Bros. Garage & Rambler Dealership

Katie's Dairy Bar

Liebzeit Insurance (Norman & Arvin Liebzeit)

Petkovsek's Electric Motors

Plautz Bros. Inc.

Podobnik Mobil

Smith Dentistry

Thomas Real Estate Brokerage

Wisconsin Gas Company

Greenwood, WI Home for the Aged (1974); Mary & Geo. Hatfield to Mary & Geo.

1974

Olson, Dr. William (Dec. 4, 1974)

Ritz Theater

2010

Clark County ADS

Unknown Dates

Greenwood, WI REA Building (unk date)

 

 

 

 


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