Pott's directory of the city and county of Sheboygan, 1897-98
Pott's directory of Sheboygan County 1897-98. Alphabetical list of post-offices, pp. 89-104
Best of Work. KOLBERGS I U .hirts to Telephone 24. HAT iIIUNUII. Measure. SHEBOYGAN COUNTY DIRECTORY. SCOTT-CoNCJJDED. Rohrbacher Maria, dressmkr. Schilling Edw., wagonmkr. Schneider Win., egg pickier. Scott House, hotel. Spaeth Christ., cheese mfr. Steuerwaldt Gus., house mover. Stolper David, gen. store, hotel and saloon. Vogelsang Adolph, harness- maker. Wangerin Henry F., painter. Woog Peter J., hotel and saloon. SILVER GREEK. A Village in Section 31, Town Sherman, 3 miles w. of Ran- dom Lake, from which point there is daily mail. J. F. Moehrl, postmaster. Gering Louis, cheese mfr. Hamm Charles, brewer. Moehrl J. F., saloon, cream- ery and cheese factory. Moehrl Mary Mrs., gen. store. Goehring H. A., soda water mfr. Rietz Theodor, distiller. Scheunert, Bros., saw mill. Scheunert Reinholdt, saw, flour and grist mill. Schmidt Rudo01ph, gen. store. Strauss Frank, saloon. Wolf Nic., hardware. Wolf Paul, blacksmith. SIX GORNERS. (See St. George.) WA LDO. A village in Section 13 and 14, on the C., M. & St. P. Ry., 5 miles s. of Plymouth and 14 miles s. w. of Sheboygan. It derives a good trade from the surrounding country. Mails daily; David Peck, postmaster. Alcox Thos, hotel and saloon Atkin Thomas, carp. Clifford Dan., prop. of Clif- ford House. Clifford House, hotel. Finnagan & Ogle, gen. store. Grooms Charles A., barber. Harmon & McIntyre, grain and lumber. Hloberg Fred., wagonmkr. and furniture. Johnston W. J., livery. Jordon H. E., grain, lumber and gen. store. Koehler Albert, creamery. Lannoye Louis C., merchant tailor. Lawson Robt. W., gen. store. Mentink A., cheese mfg. Ogle Henry 0., blacksmith. Onion River Mills. WMStyle and Workmanship Guaranteed ft F BUPotographer 606-608 S. Eighth St.
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