News: Sherry (24 Feb 1905)



Surnames: Drollinger, Siedensticker, Jones, Wilson, Brown, Hughes, Doolan, Ward, Johnson, Duthie.


----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Wednesday, August 21, 1912 | Page 8



Sherry, Wisconsin Local News


Mrs. Drollinger is reported to be quite ill.


W. A. Siedensticker is entertaining his sister at present.


Examination is in progress this week at the state graded school.


Katie Jones left Monday for Waukesha where she will be employed for an indefinite time.


J, S. Wilson of Merrill will occupy the Presbyterian pulpit next Sunday evening.


Rev. Joseph Brown of' Marshfield occupied the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening.


Mr. Hughes and family of Stevens Point have taken their residence here and we welcome them into our midst.


Hod Doolan has taken Wood county as his territory to represent Dr. Ward's remedies and extracts and will begin work this week.


I. A. Johnson and family will move to the southern part of the state in the near future. We are sorry to have them go, as they made many friends during their residence here.


The Sherry creamery is now receiving a large quantity of milk.  Mr. Duthie the proprietor states that it has doubled within the past month and is still increasing. Patrons are well satisfied with returns and Mr. Duthie always pays the highest price.


Colonist very low one way second class rates, to points in California, Western and Northwestern states. Above tickets will be on sale at Marshfield C St P M & O Ry; March 1st to May 15th 1905.



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