W.L. Wilkins, dealer in agricultural implements, came to Sioux City in 1870, and soon afterwards engaged in business, under the firm name of Davis & Wilkins; next as Wilkins Bros.; subsequently W.L. Wilkins became sole proprietor. He has one of the leading establishments of the kind in the city. He handles all first class machinery, such as McCormick’s, N.C. Thompson and J.I. Case’s various machinery, Harrison and Whitewater wagons, Racine wagon and carriage company’s goods, windmills, barbed wire, and is also a dealer in grain.