News: Neillsville, Wis. (17 Apr 1902)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Leason, Fuchs, Lowe, Marsh, Hubbard, Luethe, Wiedenhoeft, Woodward, Ring, Wolff, Korman, Hartson, Walk, Youmans, Ellis
----Source: The Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) April 17, 1902
Neillsville, Wisconsin Area (April - 1902)
The City in Brief:
Leason for all dental work
Bock Beer next Saturday!
Gee whiz! Get onto the hats!
All kinds of fancy cakes at Fuchs’ Bakery
See those 75¢ Brussels Carpets at J. B. Lowe’s
The best ladies $2.00 She on earth at Marsh Bros
To Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hubbard, on Sunday, a son
A carload of Buggies and Surreys on sale at the Luethe Co
Go to Wiedenhoeft, the Merchant Tailor, for up-to-date suits.
Rolls, Puff’s Brain Bread, Macaroons, etc., at Fuchs’ Bakery
Wm. F. Woodward is sick abed with inflammatory rheumatism.
Regular Presbyterian Church services at Dells Dam at 3 p.m.
A couple of dozen tons of choice timothy hay for sale. L. B. Ring
See those fine new surreys at Wolff & Korman’s. They are beauties!
Bottle Beer delivered. Ring up Neillsville Brewery, Phone 42
H. H. Hartson has been re-appointed postmaster at Greenwood.
Queen Quality Shoes are $2.50 now, instead of $3.00. Walk Bros.
For Sale - 2 full blooded Poland China boars, six months old. Guy C. Youmans
Remember the Sunday school sociable tonight at the Presbyterian manse.
The old standard Davis and Domestic Sewing Machines at J. B. Lowe’s
To Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ellis of Washburn a son, born Saturday, April 12
For 6 days from today we will buy potatoes from 55 to 60 cents per bu. The Luethe Co
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