News: Thorp, Wis. News #2 (29 Mar 1894)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Cirkel, Bork, North, Lusk, Frett, Smith, Crothers
----Source: Thorp Courier (Thorp, Clark Co., WI.) March 29, 1894
More Thorp, Wisconsin News (29 March 1894)
Town meetings next Tuesday
Call at this office for election tickets.
New settlers are coming right along.
T. J. Cirkel returned from Minneapolis last week.
Town tickets printed neatly and quick at this office.
Examine our line of Carpet samples, at Thorp M’c’tile Co.
The maple sugar crop has been very small this season.
Sheriff J. W. Page was up from Neillsville on Thursday last.
We handle all kinds of Farm Machinery, Thorp Mercantile Co.
Several families of Polish emigrants arrived here on Friday last.
Note the change in the advertisement of The Thorp Mercantile Co.
The roads are in a very bad condition the mud seemingly much deeper than usual.
A full line of wall paper at extremely low prices at The Thorp Mercantile Co.
Invitations are out for a masquerade to be held Friday evening March 30th.
March weather can be depended upon each succeeding year without a break.
An attractive line of ladies shoes and slippers at The Thorp Mercantile Co.
The schools close tomorrow and the children will enjoy the usual spring vacation.
The family of Fred Bork, residing three miles south of here are ill with scarlet fever.
Don’t’ forget that we have the best grade of Barbed Wire in the market, Thorp Mercantile Co.
Mrs. F. E. North, of Chicago, has been paying her sister, Mrs. C. S. Lusk, a visit here the past few days.
John Frett returned from Westboro last Saturday in which vicinity he has been in the woods the past winter.
I. A. Smith shipped his household goods to Centralia on Monday and expects to make that city his home in the future.
It is said that the Town of Hixon will ask for division of its territory and form a new town, at the next meeting of the county board.
County School Superintendent Geo. E. Crothers held examinations for teachers here on Friday and Saturday last which was attended by forty.
The talk of building the Chicago and Lake Superior Air Line is again being revived. The old Survey made in 1872 runs directly through the center of the village.
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