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Fred Bittner

Saloon Keeper

501-507 N Fourth

 

 

 

1915

Watertown Gazette, 10 28 1915

ARRESTED AGAIN.

For the second time Fred Bittner, who conducts a saloon on North Fourth Street, was arrested on complaint of Wm. G. Cody for keeping his saloon open on Sunday, October 3rd.The first time he was arrested his case came up before Justice Buss at Jefferson and a change of venue was taken to Justice Rohrís court in this city when the action was dismissed because the complaining witness did not give bond for costs.On Friday of last week Mr. Bittner was taken before Justice Fargo at Lake Mills and a change of venue was taken to Justice Stoppenbach at Jefferson, before whom the case comes up for trial on November 1st.

 

 

 

 

Bittner, Fred

1909, Retail Liquor Dealer's Convention

Bittner, Fred

1910, Plattdeutscher officer

Bittner, Fred

1910, Skat tourney

Bittner, Fred

1910, WHS_006_840E

DIGITAL INVENTORY ITEM 00100

Bittner, Fred

1912, Pictured in "Alderman Kehr Gets Wheelbarrow Ride"

Bittner, Fred

1913, 501 N Fourth, saloon

142

Bittner, Fred

1913, 503 N Fourth, grocer, flour & feed

142

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Bittner, Fred

1915, Bittner Grocer, saloon, flour & feed, 501-507 N Fourth

Bittner, Fred, Grocery & Saloon

1915, Ad, Fred Bittner, 501-507 N Fourth

Bittner, Fred, Grocery & Saloon

501 N Fourth St, "The Assembly," WHS_008_348

 

 

 

 

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