News: Neillsville, Wis. (18 Feb. 1904)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Listeman, Stoker, Parker, Bert, Sprague, Rose, Burge, Hoobler, Newell, Sniteman, Brooks, Wells, Mason, Karger, Burt
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) February 18, 1904
Neillsville, Wisconsin (18 February 1904)
Miss Virginia Listeman retuned to her home in Chicago, Monday.
R. D. Stoker and wife of Owen were here to attend the funeral of Hezekiah Parker.
J. E. R. Bert of Boyceville, Dunn Co., was here to attend the Parker Funeral.
Oscar Sprague and Mr. Rose of Merrillan were here yesterday called by the illness of Charles Rose.
Millard and Ed Parker of Spring Valley were called here last week by the sickness and death of their father.
Mrs. Allie F. Burge is home, having been called home by the sickness of her sister, Mrs. Rob’t Hoobler, of Christie, and husband.
Miss Ida Newell returned Monday to her home at Green Lake after spending a three weeks visit with her cousin, Mrs. C. C. Sniteman.
Mrs. C. C. Sniteman and Mrs. H. J. Brooks went to Milwaukee Monday eve to attend the grand chapter of the O. E. S. and will visit other points before returning.
Bert Wells has been hauling the editor his summer supply of stove wood. He is cultivating a fine set of whiskers, same as the rest of us ultra stylish people.
From the Castle Rock Advocate is taken the following additional facts as to Mary Mason, deceased, buried here last week: "She taught in the Eaton and Silver Lake districts and at the time of her illness was teaching in the Spencer district, near Sightly."
You can find out what is generally asked for them, but Tragsdorf, Zimmerman & Co. sell Steel Enameled 12 qt. Water Pails for 44c, 14 qt. for 52c, 6 qt. Stewing Kettles for 28c, 3 ½ qt. Coffee Pots at 35c, all first class.
Max Karger went to Milwaukee Saturday, and his goods went the same day. He will go into business in the big city, devoting his attention to the manufacture of knit goods. During his residence here Max has been public spirited, an indefatigable business man, and was always generous with his services as a violinist.
Luethe Co. have an ad in this issue in which they offer to buy poplar wood for shipment to pulp mills. This is a commendable enterprise and farmers should profit by it. The poplar is easy to cut and light to market, and here is a chance to get ready cash with which to buy feed for stock. Everybody shoulder an ax. See Luethe about it.
Pure Maple Syrup (and a fine souvenir spoon) 1.25 a gal; Rock Candy Syrup 45c; Good Table Syrup 25c a gal.; at Tragsdorf, Zimmerman & Co.
Mr. W. E. Burt has used 500 pounds of dynamite in blowing out stumps in the past few months, and he has worked so industriously that he has run out of stumps to blow up. Like Alexander the Great, who, after conquering the world, as history tells us, cried for more worlds to conquer, Mr. Burt cries for more stumps to demolish. - Cowlitz Advocate, Castle Rock, Wash.
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