News: Neillsville (8 Sep 1905)
Surnames: Prescott, Ring, Burgess, Brooks, Dvorak, Anderson, Fryslie, Kirby, Davis, Black, Neally, Masters, Bradford, Lindrud, Kutchera, Dangers, Calway, Townsend, Dick, Gates, Lippert, Edgebert, Clark, Johnson, Wolff, Hommel, Hoseley, McIntyre, Oleson, Pitcher, Glass, Bachman, Simpson, Bruley
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 09/08/1905
Mr. and Mrs. Prescott of England visited the families Ring last week.
Neil Burgess left for Bemidji, Minn. last Wed. where he has a position with a lumber firm. He stopped off at Chippewa Falls and Minneapolis enroute.
Dr. J.H. Brooks was married last Tuesday in Muscoda to Miss Della Dvorak of that place. They arrived here Thursday and are now living in the Nate Anderson home on Clay St. The News offers congratulations and welcomes the newly made "one" to our midst.
Mrs. O.J. Fryslie attended the Street Fair in Fairchild a couple of days the rear of last week.
H.W. Kirby, the O.K. laundry man, has installed a pair of new ironing machines in his up to date Li Hung Chang establishment and now can do up anything from a stock collar to a circus tent.
Scot Davis and Dr. Black of Granton were down in "The heart of Chicago" Thursday eve.
Amos Neally returned Thursday from La Crosse where he went to visit a brother whom he had not seen for over ten years.
Stub Masters, Bill Bradford, Ole Lindrud, Ed Kutchera, Walt Dangers, Murph Calway, Dick Townsend, Buck Dick, Thornton Gates and others started out last Thursday to drive the pin-tailed grouse to the tall timber.
Miss Clara Lippert returned to her duties at the state house for dependent children at Sparta last Thursday.
Orville Edgebert and family are visiting relatives in the city.
Secretary Clark of the Agricultural society has been making several trips to other fairs round about in the interest of the society. He promise a large number of new attractions for our coming Clark County Fair, Sept. 12th to 15.
Homer Clark took the train to parts unknown Monday, but brought it back Tuesday.
Johnnie Johnson, Ira Wolff and others attended the Minn. State Fair at Minneapolis this week.
Major Hommel left Minneapolis Tuesday eve for a short see.
David Hoseley died Monday at Boise, Idaho, where he went recently to live with his sons Jerome and Gus. He was 76 years of age and was one of Clark County’s pioneer settlers. His remains will probably be brought here for burial.
Jim McIntyre will be janitor of the new high school the coming year.
Otto Oleson, clerk of the department store, has rented Mrs. Pitcher’s house on the North Side and will move here after the fair.
Bob Glass retires shortly after curfew tolls nearly every night, due to frog in the throat.
A boy, a un and a dog was a combination that proved disastrous to Dr. Bachman’s dog Tuesday. The funeral was solemnized in due form.
Fred Simpson and wife returned Saturday from Fresno, Calif. Fred has been seriously ill for some time.
Emery Bruley wants every man to be well posted.
Harry Gates, son of Jas. L. Gates of Milwaukee, autoed into town this week and has since been trying our macadam.
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