News: Neillsville, Wis. Area (27 Feb 1902)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Leason, Youmans, Wiedenhoeft, Walk, Marth, Gunderson, Esselman, Draper, Crocker, Huntzicker, Jaseph, Campbell, Pflughoeft
----Source: The Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) February 27, 1902
Neillsville, Wisconsin Area (February - 1902)
The City in Brief:
Leason for all dental work
Mrs. C. A. Youmans has a new piano.
Speaking of fruit, try a date with a peach.
Go to Wiedenhoeft, the Merchant Tailor, for up-to-date suits.
Bottle Beer delivered. Ring up Neillsville, Brewery, Phone 42
Queen Quality Shoes are $2.50 now, instead of $3.00. Walk Bros.
Marth & Gunderson sells Garland Stoves and Ranges. The New Hardware Store
Miss Josie Esselman is ill, at Fred Draper’s residence, with hemorrhage of the stomach.
A masquerade ball was given at Granton Saturday night. Quite a number from here attended.
E. E. Crocker, assignee, will sell the George Huntzicker estate personal property at auction Mar. 4.
For Sale - a 6-room house, 3 lots, wood shed, hen house, etc, in good condition. Call at this office. Price $650
For Sale - an 8 room house and four lots, stable and good well, on North side in city. Inquire of S. F. Jaseph.
A night crew was put on at the furniture factory Tuesday night work being necessary to keep up with the orders.
Sheriff Bob Campbell got out of quarantine Wednesday and feels as if he had "served a term". His health is gilt-edged.
Fred Pfugheuft (Pflughoeft) had one of his legs badly cut on a buzz saw last week, while sawing wood with the Sherrit sewing machine.
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