News: The Clark Republican and Press 5-16-1900
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 5-16-1900
Sheriff Tufts went Tuesday to Waupun to transport Stevens, the Abbottsford burglar, to durance vile.
I. M. Stockwell and Arthur went to St. Paul Saturday for a few days’ visit with their brother Tom, who is employed in the car shops in that city.
Mrs. Robert Scholfield, of Greenwood, stopped off in Neillsville for a few hours Saturday on her way home from quite an extensive visit in Illinois and southern Wisconsin.
J. R. Sturdevant has built a new sidewalk and repainted the fence in front of his residence on Hewett street. Max. Herman was the construction crew and did a handsome job.
H. M. Root sold his family team to W. H. Turner of York, and has purchased a pretty span of bay drivers from a party in Jackson county.
A. Barton has just received a carload of Champion mowers and binders. He is agent for these standard machines, and farmers should examine them before purchasing elsewhere.
Marriage licenses this week: Michael Armz, Marshfield and Mrs. Mary Bibloy; Allen Wildish and Bertha Zschermitz, both of Pine Valley; William F. Luepke, Unity and Emma Weyhmueller, Sherman; A. J. Thomas, Waupaca county and Nellie R. Flemming, Abbotsford.
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