News: Neillsville (1 Sep 1905)
Surnames: Burgess, Grasser, Donahue, Youmans, Bradbury, Rhodes, Fryslie, Meyers, Stockwell, Alexander, Waring, Hake, Clark, Jaseph, Withee, Hogan, Glass, Marsh, Schuster, Cummings, Grow, Sontag
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 09/01/1905
Neil Burgess of Tony, Wis., visited with relatives in the city Tuesday and then it rained.
The Misses Grasser and Donahue of Granton came to Neillsville Tuesday.
C.A. Youmans returned home from his trip Monday, much improved in health.
Dr. Bradbury’s office will soon be ready for occupancy again. He has been having extensive repairs made.
Mrs. Barney Rhodes of Merrillan, accompanied by Mr. Rhodes and his daughter Miss Myrtle, spent Sunday with Mrs. Fryslie.
Miss Sadie Meyers was in Merrillan between trains Monday.
Israel Stockwell of Wayne, Neb., came Monday for a short visit to his Pa and Ma.
Miss Katherine Alexander of Loyal visited at the Hemphill home the first of the week.
Carter Waring was down from Granton Tuesday a.m.
Grant Hake’s brother and family returned to their home near Lancaster this week after a short visit here.
Miss Clark of Merrillan visited friends in the city Saturda.
Hazel Jaseph returned Tuesday from Madison and Elroy, where she has been visiting.
The Withee and Hyslop automobiles autoed through town Tuesday.
Chas. Youmans went west tot eh harvest fields Saturday.
Bert Hogan, who has been the popular first floor boss at the furniture factory, returned to his home in Michigan Saturday night. He was entertained at the Frank Glass home by a jolly bunch of comrades of labor until train time.
Will Marsh is in Chicago purchasing the biggest stock of dry goods every brought to Clark County.
The Herman Schuster home was purchased by Ed Cummings last week. Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Schuster, who are at present occupying it, will vacate it and take up their residence temporarily or through the late fall and winter months with Chas. F. Grow. Mr. Schuster has purchased those delightful building lots south of Geo. Sontag’s home, known as the Sniteman lots, and is contemplating the building of a home there next year.
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