News: Neillsville, Wis. Area (20 Mar 1902)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: McMillan, Leason, Barker, Downer, Wiedenhoeft, Bullion, Rossman, Marth Gunderson, Hemphill, Sontag, Kimball


----Source: The Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) March 20, 1902


Neillsville, Wisconsin Area (March - 1902)


Don McMillan is at home. 


See notice of city election.


Leason for all dental work


A wood famine exists in Neillsville.


The club party Saturday night was a hummer.


Services at M. E. Church Sunday evening as usual


Marriage License: David T. Barker and Gertrude Downer.


Go to Wiedenhoeft, the Merchant Tailor, for up-to-date suits.


Country roads have been rough as frozen mud could make them.


Bob Bullion sold his bird dog last Monday to Geo. Rossman for $50.


Send in your name with $1 for the Times and Weekly Sentinel a year.


Queen Quality Shoes are $2.50 now instead of $3.00.  Walk Bros


Bottle Beer delivered Ring up Neillsville Brewery, Phone 42


Marth & Gunderson sells Garland Stoves and Ranges.  The New Hardware Store


Mrs. W. L. Hemphill has been ill this week with rheumatism, but in improving.


The Greenwood Gleaner boasts of its amount of matter; for heaven’s sake lance it.


The new fonts of job type added to The Times equipment the past week will please you.


The town treasurers have been busy making their settlements with the county the past week.


Mrs. Geo. Sontag entertained several of the young married ladies at her home Friday afternoon.


The next fellow who tires to ship a skunk skin through the mails will make Ad Kimball hostile.



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