News: Clark County Locals (Mar. 28, 1889)
Transcriber: Pat McDougall
----Source: Neillsville, Clark Co. Wis., Republican and Press - March 28, 1889
Post Office Notice
The following letters remain to be picked up: Amos Brown; Segswund Conrad; Oscar Geyso; Mike Gier; Thos Hodge; Lewis Haymer; Joseph Heitman; Henry Herzfeldt; Anna Jackson; Frank O. Moses; John Meuhlmann; Andrew Murphy; Andrew Oleson; Andrew Peterson; Miss Annie Peterson; Jacob Tichler; Laurits A. Vestby; Herbert Wilson.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will hold their next Sociable at Mrs. George Hart’s Thursday afternoon, April 4th. All are invited.
Don’t forget that Austin’s Creamery will start just as soon as there is cream to be gathered. He has decided not to wait till the first of May, but will commence as soon as you get milk enough to skim.
Geo Erhart, the carpenter, died very suddenly last Saturday evening. He had eaten his supper as usual and laid down on the couch for a few minutes, and died without a struggle. Heart disease was the cause.
Adv: Bradley & Metcalf boots & shoes for men and boys at Reitz & Haugen.
Piano case Melodian, 6 octave, for sale for $20 cash down. Also, large tete-a-tete with very high back, upholstered in black hair cloth, for sale for $9. Miss Laura M. Colburn.
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