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Source: Sheboygan Daily Press Personals - December 17 - 31, 1907


Broetzman, Dr.

About the most ancient business building in this city is that now occupied by Max R. Zaegel. This frame structure was built and occupied for many years by Dr. Broetzman, and stood at the corner of Eight and New York Avenue.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Eax, Mayer

Mayer Eax is building a three story flat on St. Clair Street, east of Fourth.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Hoehne, A. Dr.

Dr. A. Hoehne, humane agent, is as usual rigidly enforcing the rule that the horses left standing in the streets during winter days shall be blanketed. During the year several faded and decrepid horses, owned mostly by the foreign junk dealers, have been seized and put out of misery. In the line of duty the humane agent has found homes for many poor and neglected waifs, and the year 1907 will be one of the most active of seventeen years that he has given up to the work. It has been stated in the state humane circles that Dr. Hoehne is one of the most successful agents in Wisconsin - and this as a fact goes without saying in Sheboygan city and county.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Liebl "Billy"

Manager "Billy" Liebl thinks next year will be the best in the history of base ball in Sheboygan. He stated yesterday that he thought it more than likely that the grand stand seating capacity would be largely increased. And as for the team he thought it would be much stronger than this year, with a crackerjack of a pitcher to succeed Nolan in the event that he remains with the Sox.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Luin V. J. Mrs.

Mrs. V. J. Luin has returned to her former residence, No. 1227 North Sixth Street, which she occupied for a long period up to a few years ago, vacating it to make her home in a handsome cottage, erected to the south of it. The house now occupied by Mrs. Luin is one of the oldest in the city, being built by a man named Webster about sixty years ago, Webster was the first man to peddle milk in Sheboygan. The house which was one of the most substantial in the northern section of the city, was thoroughly remodeled recent by Mrs. Luin, and is one of the cosiest on the street.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Meyer, Louis

Not only city people, but farmers for miles around drop into Louis Meyer's drug store on Eighth Street, to have the government weather service man tell them of changes to come, and his barometer never fails to call the turn. The calls from the farmers are mostly made about harvest time and the independent tiller of the soil seems to rely altogether on the indications. Now and then comes along some old stager who thinks he knows better than the barometer and cites what happened back in 1832 - just as he predicted. But generally the weather service is accepted, thankfully and allowance made for a slip of the cog now and then.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Miller, George

For cleaning clothes, carpets, rugs, in fact general cleaning, there is nothing better than Rexine, which is manufactured only by George Miller Mfg. Co., 708 N. 8th street {sic}. Grease spots disappear as by magic when Rexine is applied. The manufacturers give an iron-clad guarantee with every package and the purchaser can have his money refunded if Rexine is not as represented. It has already been in great demand and should have a place in every home.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Mosher, Unknown

Letter Carrier Mosher and family are occupying their handsome new residence on St. Clair Street near Third.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Muth, Carl Dr.

Dr. Carl Muth is the oldest practicing physician - in point of service - in Sheboygan. Dr. Muth's fine shingle was hung one {sic} from the old Blackstock building corner of Eighth and Pennsylvania Ave. in 1868.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Saemann, John M.

John M. Saeman {sic} keeps plodding along-buying right of way here and there for this or that newly projected interurban line. He is one of the most indefatigable workers Sheboygan has ever known, and the Saemanns- father and two sons - never knew what rest meant when they controlled the local street railway, and they gave the best service at their disposal.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Squire, A. D. Dr.

Dr. A. D. Squire has been practicing medicine fro {sic} forty-five years though not altogether in Sheboygan.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


Webster, Unknown - Milkman - First man to peddle milk in Sheboygan, in circa 1845. See Luin V. J. Mrs., Personals.


Zaegel, Max R.

About the most ancient business building in this city is that now occupied by Max R. Zaegel. This frame structure was built and occupied for many years by Dr. Broetzman, and stood at the corner of Eight and New York Avenue.
{December 17, 1907, pg. 3}.


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