News: Willard Business Card (01 Dec 1910)


Surnames: Samberg, Crotzer, Long, Bloomindale, Clair, Cesnik, Dammeier, Kuhlman, Bayuk

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01 Dec 1910

Samberg's Big Store, handles dry goods, groceries, tobacco, candles, left handed gimlets, toothpicks, square compasses. For all diseases we hand the following formula: 1 oz. of the blood of an iron wedge, 1 dram of tinc. flea's liver, one-fourth ounce of hair from the head of the Ohio River, 4 lbs. teeth from the mouth of the Mississippi. Take all you can hold on a sunbeam.

Geo. Crotzer, carpenter and hand car engineer, would like to have a partner to wash dishes when I am at work.

Sam Long, school teacher, and track walker. Some pin stumps for sale cheap, will also let you have the holes.

J. Bloomingdale, teamster and dealer in mallet grease, fly specks and cucumber butter.

Clair & Cesnik, dealers in real estate and importers of fresh cow tracks.

Wm. Dammeier, postmaster, lumber sawyer for a cook stove and a cow pailer.

L. Kuhlman, housework and general farming, wolf hunting as a sideline.

H. Long, wood butcher and school teacher.

H. Bayuk, dealer in wood and knot holes the 1st of Jan. or the 31st of Feb. Call for them.

Willard Sawmill, does all kinds of fancy cutting. If you want a good crooked straight edge, all on us.



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