News: Marshfield Personals (13 Nov 1891)
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----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Wednesday, 13 Nov 1891, Page 3.
Rev. Mr. Very is quite ill with pneumonia.
Joseph Thomas went to Wlthee on Saturday.
Harry Heywood vent to Waupun last Tuesday.
A. D: Bass, of Curtis, was in the city OD Saturday.
C. E. Blodgett went to Milwaukee on Wednesday night.
Henry Krelach and wife went to Coolidge last Saturday.
John Rausch, the Nasonville farmer, was in the city on Saturday.
Frank Grover, town clerk of the town of McMillan, called on Monday.
E. M. Deming was out at Nasonville on Wednesday, on law business.
J. W. Cochran. the Centralia attorney, was in the city on Tuesday evening.
S. F. Reineking, the Neillsville timber hunter, was in the city on Wednesday.
Henry Leonhardt, one of Nasonville's best farmers, was in the city on Monday.
C. V. McMillan of Fond du Lac, brother of B. F. McMillian, was in city on Saturday.
Judge Bump and wife and Miss Selina Bump, of McMillan, were In the city on Saturday.
Mr. J. S. Damon, an old resident of Spencer, transacted business In this city
Martin Johnson, a miller in the Banner mills, left last Saturday for a visit to friends at Necedah.
Col. Gray went up to Thorp and Cadott on G. A. R. business on Thursday
and is in Augusta today.
Lawyer Cole went to Spencer on Wednesday morning and Nasonville in the afternoon, on law business.
Miss Elsie Upham left last week for the state University at Minneapolis, where she will continue her studies.
W. C. Farlow, of Minnesota Junction, was visiting his relatives Ed. and Ev. Upham during the past few days.
Eugene Bissett, with the Mineral Lake Lumber Co., shook hands with his legion of friends at the "hub" on Monday.
Jos. Bondah.our French farmer of the town of Rock, was shaking hands with his many friends in this city, on Monday.
Dr. Brewer was in the city on Wednesday, at the Tremont and had his usual number of patients. See date of his next visit.
Hon. Nils P. Haugen. the only republican congressman in Wisconsin, was in the city Wednesday night, going over to Neillsville, on the early train Thursday morning.
Joseph Hill of Eau Claire, who has the handling of the Standard Oil Co.'s lubricating
oils, was in the city on Friday morning.
Charles F. Grow, an attorney from Neillsville. with his family, was in the city on Saturday on his way to Colby to visit friends.
District Attorney Pors was up the line on business last Friday and tailing the boys how he knocked out the TIMES on that new hat.
Miss Anna Hermann, stenographer and clerk, at Department Headquarters, returned to her duties in the adjutant general's office last Saturday.
A. K. Hatteberg, president of the Hatteberg Veneering Co., returned from a visit to Milwaukee, Two Rivers, Madison and Sheboygan, last Friday.
C. L. Eldred, district attorney of Marathon county, was in the city last Tuesday. He had been up to Colby to conduct the examination of Myers the gun seller.
Rev. Mr. Scovell and lady left on Monday for a weeks visit at Merrill, where he is to assist in religious work with the pastor of the Presbyterian church of our neighboring city.
Warren Tarbox, the lightning logger, was in the city last Wednesday. Warren reports that he has two camps about 12 miles south of the city and two northwest in the town of Sherman. He has his roads all cut out and is now skidding and getting ready for snow.
Pat. Moran, of Auburndale, was in the city last Monday, by a large and increased majority. He gave Marshal Baxter lessons in driving oxen, which the marshal proceeded to carry out. It would make wheelbarrow weep to see Baxter use the goard stick.
Charles Stoltenow, the Spencer brick man, was in the city on Wednesday. Charley is furnishing brick for quite a number of builders here and says that he sent a man down with a load of brick the other day and he got lost in Marshfield, the city having grown so much since his last visit.
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