Property: Bruley Saloon & Blacksmith Shop (1875)

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----Source: Clark County Republican & Press Date: November 20, 1875

Having become engaged in other business, Mr. Emery Bruley offers his saloon and blacksmith shop in this village for rent or sale, as may be seen by reference to a notice in another column of this paper. The property offered is conveniently located and can be procured on the most liberal terms. There is no more desirable property in Neillsville than this offered by Mr. Bruley, and his only reason for wishing to dispose of it in any way is, as stated above. Owning to his having engaged in other business, more to his liking, and which requires his whole attention.

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Bruley Saloon & Blacksmith Shop (1875)

Contact:  Joan R. Knox
Email:  Joaz1234@aol.com

Emery Bruley was my grandfather. I thought I knew all about him, but the saloon was news!

 

 

 


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