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DARTFORD DIRECTORY, 1869
Green Lake County, Wisconsin

Fox and Dudley's History is
available on micxrofilm through
the State Historical Society
of Wisconsin, Wisconsin
County Histories, Reel 19

FROM
History and Directory of Green Lake and Waushara Counties and the City of Ripon
, Prepared by Edgar R. Fox & W. T. Dudley, Berlin: Courant Book and Job Office, 1869


Arnold, I , harness maker.
Brooks, J. H., postmaster, conveyancer and agent Conn. Mutual, New Haven Life, Madison Mutual and Aetna Fire Insurance Companies.
Churchill G. H., carpenter and builder.
Greenway D., proprietor of the Oakwood House.
Groff Henry, nursery and lime kilns, two miles west of Dartford.
Kopplin.H., blacksmith
Kozeshek Bernard, sonte mason.
Locke E. P., drugs, books, stationery, notions, fancy goods, shelf hardware.
Mills J. C., proprietor of the Lake house.
Morgan, E., physician and surgeon.
Parrish S. S., brick-layer and mason.
Quick Edwin, proprietor of the Star Woolen Mills, and dealer in pine and hard lumber, lath, shingles, &c.
Rounds D. M., meat market.
Sherman T. S., dry goods, groceries and general merchandise.
Sherwood J. C., flouring mill.
Stewart John, proprietor Union House.
Stewart Mrs. H., dress maker.
Thomas & Clawson, boot and shoe manufacturers, and dealers in dry goods, groceries and general merchandise.
Walker, Mrs. S. H., homeopathic physician.
Weisgerber John, proprietor of the Dartford House.
Wight and Alling, door, sash and blind factory and planing mill.
Wormwood O., carpenter and joiner.


Church Directory

Methodist Episcopal--Rev. J. Wiltse, Pastor
First Congregational--Rev. R. H. Fairbairn, Pastor


THOMAS & CLAWSON,
Manufacturers of
GENTS' & BOYS' CALF & KIP
BOOTS & SHOES
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
OF EVERY VARIETY.
Also Retail Dealers in
Dry Goods, Groceries,
HARDWARE, TINWARE,
Crockery, Wall Paper,
WINDOW CURTAINS, &c.
DARTFORD, WISCONSIN.


Attention Farmers!
HORSE SHOEING, WAGON IRONING,
And all kinds of Blacksmithing,
DONE IN GOOD STYLE.
GIVE US A CALL.
H. KOPPLER,
Dartford Wisconsin


     Executive Committee--Wm. Zickerick, C. Hunt, R. Boyle

     A large assortment of Bibles constantly on hand, to be sold at cost.

Green Lake County Agricultural Society.
President--L. J. BRAYTON.
Vice President--W. S. FLINT.
Sec. and Treas.--L. R. DAVIS.
Executive Committee--(for one year) THOS. MCCONNELL, GEO. P. ROBBINS, S. B. WELCH, (for two years) M. H. POWERS, C. E. WESTBROOK AND S. H. WARNER


V. I. C.
President--H. S. SACKET.
Vice President--J. MCGOWAN.
Secretary--WM. H. JOHNSON.
Teasurer--J. L. BRIDGE.
G. P.--L. D. FORBES.


AUGUSTUS FOX,
Leffert Street, Berlin, Wis.,
FLORIST!
HISTORICAL & LANDSCAPE PAINTER.


LEVERE HOUSE!
C. LINKFIELD
PROPRIETOR,
North Side of Broadway,
BERLIN, WIS.

 


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