News: Neillsville (19 Sep 1905)


Surnames: Kutchera, Olson, Hein, Walk, Clark, Adams, Kemery, Eyerly, Roberts, Everhardt, Morley, Burnett, Scoville, Blum


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  09/29/1905


John Kutchera, wife and children, went to Muscoda and other southern Wisconsin points Sat. on an extended visit.


C.M. Olson of Granton was seen in the city Sunday.


Miss Clara Hein of Tony, Wis., returned to her home Tuesday.


Otto Olson, who clerks at the department store, has moved his family into Mrs. Pitcher’s residence on the North side.


Paul Walk has moved his stock into the Schoengarth building recently vacated by F. Eyerly, and wi, it is expected, give away what was left from the fir, as souvenirs.


Homer Clark went to La Crosse last Monday.


D. D. Adams has turned over his real estate and insurance business to Mr. Roberts.  Mr. Adams leaves for the west soon where he will pitch his tent.


Hal Kemery was home between trains Sunday.  He is living at Marshfield.  His wife is visiting her parents at Stillwater.


H.H. Eberhardt delivered the new set of leather chairs at the Masonic Temple a few days ago.


Clark Morley has gone to Racine to school.


Mrs. Frank Burnett and daughter Florinne went to Reedsburg Tuesday to assist her father, Rev. Scoville, in moving to his new charge.


Mr. A. Blum purchased the Knoop stock Wednesday.



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