News: Neillsville (29 May 1902)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Fuchs, Wiedenhoeft, Barton, Wolff, Korman, Walk, Schiller, Luethe, Mayer, Danger, Paulus, Henderson, Tragsdorf, Zimmerman, Satterlee, Condit, Tompkins, O’Neill, Schroeder, Kerns
----Source: The Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) May 29, 1902
Neillsville Area (May - 1902)
Wanted - A girl at the Omaha Hotel.
All kinds of fancy cakes at Fuchs’s bakery
Go to Wiedenhoeft, the Merchant Tailor for up-to-date suits.
Rolls, Puff’s Brain Bread, Macaroons, etc. at Fuchs’s bakery
A. Barton has a new barn building on his farm near the city.
See those fine new surreys at Wolff & Korman and you will be satisfied.
The garden sass that keeps up with the seeds is a record breaker.
Queen Quality Shoes are $2.50 now, instead of $3.00. Walk Bros.
Bottle Beer delivered. Ring up Neillsville Brewery, Phone 42
G. W. Schmidt - Sec. 4 - of Mayville, has sold his farm and will move away.
There will be services at the Episcopal Church next Sunday morning at 10:30.
The Luethe Co. will continue to do business. They pay best prices for wood.
Latest - Colonials for misses and children at F. Mayer Boot and Shoe Co.’s store.
Dangers’ Sale - mentioned in last week’s issue - is to be continued until July 1st.
A merry-go-round has been set up on the Reddan House lot, and the kids are happy.
The swellest this season are Colonials, at. F. Mayer Boot and Shoe Co.’s store
Mrs. John Paulus is having the barn on the Hendren place made over into a house.
E. W. Henderson, who left here some two years ago, is now located at Groton, S. Dak.
Tragsdorf, Zimmerman & Co. has put in an apparatus to light their store with gasoline gas.
Mrs. Milford Satterlee has sold her home opposite T. D. Condit’s to Ezra Tompkins, for $700.
The Sparta-Melrose electric railway line is a sure go, and will be pushed to a finish right away.
Judge James O’Neill will be orator of the day tomorrow. The address will be delivered at opera hall.
The best and most durable paint, the "New Era," is sold by the Schroeder Hardware Co.
Those swell new patent leather colonials for misses and children at F. Mayer Boot and Shoe Co.’s store.
There was a big hailstorm up the tote road Friday at and beyond Kerns’ farm. Hail fell here Saturday.
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