News: The Clark
Republican and Press 6-21-1883
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 6-21-1883
A very neat but too extensive picket fence now adorns the front of H. W. Klopf’s premises on south Main street. With the exception of its being a foot too high, it is splendidly designed.
The Ladies’ Aid Society of the Pleasant Ridge M. E. Church wish us to express their thanks to Mr. Peter Johnson, of this city, for chairs kindly donated them for use in that church.
The postponed executor’s sale of the personal property of the late Mrs. E. A. Heslett will take place Saturday next, the 23rd, in front of the old livery barn, corner of Third and Main streets.
Talking Parrorts, Mocking birds, red birds, bobolinks and imported German canaries, for sale at far less than city prices. See my birds and price the them. H. J. Thomas, Greemwood, Wis. A Card I beg to inform my patrons sand the public generally that I now have on hand, of my own manufacture, several new brands of choice cigars, from which it will be found to their advantage to select for the trade on the coming Fourth of July. Jacob Rossman, Neillsville, Wis.
Notice All parties indebted to the undersigned are hereby notified that an immediate settlement is demanded, and that all accounts not settled without unnecessary delay will be left with an attorney for collection. Accounts may be found at the office of Louis Schuster, over Rossman’s cigar store. Geo. I. Lloyd, Neillsville, Wis.
Lost Between Visgar’s Mill, in the town of Grant, and this city, Monday, June 11, 1883, a silver double-case watch, with Elgin movement. The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving the same at this office. M. V. Visgar, Neillsville, Wis
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