News: Neillsville, Wis. (16 Mar 1900)
Surnames: Bradford, Morrison, Fisk, Snyder, Carpenter, Holmes, French, Holverson, Markey, Muse
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner, March 16, 1900, transcribed by Duane Horn
C.M. Bradford was a Loyal visitor Saturday.
W. L. Morrison stopped off Saturday to visit old friends between trains.
Fisk’s Orchestra gave a concert and dance Saturday evening.
Mr. A. L. Snyder of Granton called Saturday last.
B.B. Carpenter, Mrs. E. J. Carpenter and O. C. Holmes or Greenwood were callers in our city last week.
John French, the hustler for the Workmen, was a pleasant caller here Saturday and Sunday. He went to Appleton Monday to work for a few weeks.
Alex Holverson was married Thursday to Mrs. Edd Markey.
Clare Muse started for Fresco, California Wednesday. He will be employed laying brick for the new brewery.
News (21 Mar 1900)
Transcriber: Laurel Bragstad Schaub
----Source: Neillsville News, Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, WI) 3-21-1900
District Attorney Reichenbach of B. R. Falls was a "legal" caller in town Friday.
Rolla Mead of Fairchild was in the city Friday.
Harry Darling returned home from Madison last week.
Mrs. Ella Eggett was a Friday caller.
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