Explore the life of your ancestor(s), late 1800s – early 1900s

Public Sales – Farms

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L. O. Eagleton & R. R. Stevens

Mrs. Margaret Powers, Sept. 10, 1918.

Chas. D. O’Donnell, Sept. 2, 1918

August Gerson, July 28, 1921

Henry Kitsmiller, July 18, 1921

Clyde C. Pointer, March 1, 1917

Chas. McGuire, Sept. 21, 1921

Health

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Castoria

Kirby’s Drug Store

Titterington, Giers, M. B. Titterington, Dr. L. J. Giers, 1907

Kruse Optical

Clothing

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Bertman’s, John C. Bertman, women’s clothing, 1917

The National, Sturges & Bertman, 1906

Sessel’s, bib overalls

Wm. Huen, women’s clothing, 1896

Adele Hildenbrand, milliner, 1896

Harriet Pogue, milliner, 1914

Star Shoe Store, J. J. Curran, manager

Ladies’ High Shoes

Trepp, Schmieder & Co., shoes

L. A. Miller, tailor, men’s suits

Farming

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James Bell’s, walking plow, 1896

Jerseyville Agricultural Works, Robert Newton, Gen. Agent, 1879

Buncher, W. M. Massey, 1897

Binder, J. N. English, Jr.

Cultivator, Richards, Beaty & Co., 1896

Threshing Outfit, Robert N. McClure

Bell & Corns, farm equipment, 1889

Joel E. Cory, hardware

Grinder, Joel E. Cory

Sulky Plow, R. Newton & Son

Planter, R. Newton & Son

Bell’s Hatchery, Mrs. Chas. Z. Bell

Stanard-Tilton Milling Co., hen feed & laying mash, L. A. Bertman, Mgr.

Schattgen-Updike Milling Co., chick feed

Seago’s Grocery, egg-maker, 1917

Corn Sheller, R. Newton & Son

Old Reliable Corn Planter

Old Reliable Binder

Post & Colling, butchers

Jerseyville Motor Co., stock racks for farm trucks

Farm Truck, 3 in 1 Farm Truck

Food

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Stanard-Tilton Milling Co., 1931. Names: Wagner & Flynn, Sam’s, Wm. Hopper, J. J. McGuire, Jesse Seago, Wm. Ballard, Garber & Bray, Gisey & Hagen (Dow), John Elmore (Kane), Paul Gilleland (Fieldon), Joe Czia (Nutwood), D. Sunderland (Delhi), Mrs. Iva Rathgeber (East Hardin), John Peterson (East Hardin), Eastman & Co. (Grafton).

Biscuits, 1918 war recipe, food will win the warWheatless Days, war effort

Jerseyville Candy Co., 1921, iceless freezer

Keehner-Delano Co., fish

Zephyr Flour, 1914, Names: Shafer Grocer Co. (Jerseyville), Varble & Son (Kane), L. M. Dickerson (Brighton), Sunderland & Co. (Delhi).

C & A Grocery, Leo R. Burns, Prop., 1921

Hamilton Grocer Co., 1888

North End Grocery, Cosmos Keller, proprietor, 1908

Paul Nitschke, butcher

Nitschke’s Bulletin, 1921, meat market

Leach & Gillworth, 1921. Purchsed Paul Nitschke’s meat market, J. M. Schmit still with the store.

Lahey & Zeller, new meat market

Schattgen & Co., meat market

Hanley & Gibbons, 1918

Mode’s Meat Market, Jacob Mode

Henry Nevius’, Cash Grocery, 1891

S. D. Stanley, groceries

Jerseyville Candy Kitchen, ice cream

Whistle Bottling Works, soda

Household Goods

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Household Hardware, Fred W. Delano, 1921, lists prices

English-Eaton Hardware Co.

Electrical Appliances

Carpets, B. C. Vandervoort, 1896

Carpets, W. H. Sabo, prices

Linoleum, kitchen, Jacoby Brothers, 1921

Miscellaneous, ice cream maker, buggy, etc., Joel E. Cory

Ice Box, Jacoby Brothers

Wringer, washing machine, Joel E. Cory

Ocean Wave Washer, H. S. Daniels, with list of 100 women’s names

Washing Machine, Maytag, A. A. Marburger, D. W. Schwartz

Stove, J. S. Daniels

Cook Stove, coal & wood, Joel E. Cory

Stove, coal & wood, Joel E. Cory

Gasoline Stove, Joel E. Cory

Gasoline Stove, Joel E. Cory

Oil Stove

Stove, English-Eaton Hardware Co.

Stove, English-Slaten Co.

Sewing Machine, Jacoby Brothers

Pianos, Organs, etc., Jacoby Brothers

Victor Talking Machine, Tunehorst, 1908

Lawn Mower, J. S. Daniels & Son.

Transportation

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Spring Wagon

Livery Stable, C. V. Perrine, 1890

Pitt’s Harness Shop, 1897

City Livery Stable, Lloyd Sunderland, proprietor

Arch Street Livery, Cyrus Mowen, successor to Lloyd W. Sunderland, 1907(?)

C. G. Groppell, harness man, 1914

Ford, C. H. Wedding

Ford, Jerseyville Motor Company

Dim-Auto Lite Switch, English Slaten Company, 1918

Shephard Garage, 1914

Apperson “Jack Rabbit”, Shephard Garage, 1914

Nash Six, White Way Garage, Ira E. Day, 1918

Oakland Six, Miller-Mourning Motor Company

Dodge, Charles Siebenmann Garage

1928 Buick, for the woman driver, Floyd R. Miller


Material contributed by Marty Crull.

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