News: Marshfield Personals (1 Dec 1905)
----Source: Marshfield Times | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Friday, December 1, 1905
Marshfield Personals (28 Nov 1902) Hemlock Road. Will Harry of Colby, was in town Monday.
Miss Una Dow was the guest of friends at Unity last week.
Judge R. B. Salter of Colby, was in town on business Tuesday, Capt. E. E. Ames and daughter, Miss Clara, were Wausau visitor -on Wednesday.
Joseph Kotas of Auburndale, is now employed by the Tiffault .Kamps Mer. Co.
Dr. E. V. Kautsky, the Colb lumberman, was a Marshfield visitor the first of the week.
While hunting near Medford last week, Sam Puerner killed a cub bear weighing about 90 pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eggebrecht are entertaining the former's sister, Mrs. Joseph Bondie of Hand Mich.
Mrs. E. F. Bowen and her daughter, Mrs. L. H. Dodge of Green Bay spent last Sunday with friends a Unity.
The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. church will meet with Miss Budge, Wednesday afternoon a two o'clock.
Mrs. Edward Bump returned last Tuesday from a seven week's visi with friends in the southern par of the state.
Mr, and Mrs. Matt Wright and Miss Amy Wright spent last Sun day with Druggist and Mrs. Wm Liese at Athens.
Insist on having Fox River White Dawn and Fox River Yellow Star Naptha Soap and do not accept any cheap substitutes.
Miss MacFarlane will entertain the members of the Fortnightly Musical Club at dinner at the Ho tel Blodgett Friday evening.
Alexander Howat who left some months ago for Clarksville, Mo. has decided to locate there and was joined by his wife this week.
District Clerk C. S. Vedder celebrated his fiftieth birthday lasi Saturday. Dr. Harry Vedder of Edgar, was home for the occasion.
Mesdames P. A. Rix and W. Kissel of Hartford, who were the guests of Mrs. E. C. Pors for the past two weeks, have returned to their home.
Miss Joe MacFarlane was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Powell .at Grand Rapids the latter part of last week, and exhibited a collec tion of art work in that city.
Robert M. LaPollette has raised several good crops of h — 1 in Wisconsin and he evidently thinks he has the state "seeded down" with a certainty of an abundant yield.
Oscar Swensen of Manitowoc, is now employed in the blacksmith shop of J. Goldbach on Fourth Street. Mr. Swensen is a cornetist and plays in the Second Regiment band.
Louis Hahn has decided to extend his tailoring establishment by leasing the second story of the Crotteau building adjoining his present place of business, as a workroom.
Fox River White Dawn or Fox River Yellow Star Naptha Soaps costs no more than other soaps and are cheaper because of their purity and on account of their not injuring the clothes.
Jennie and Edward Buckmiller, daughter and son of Mr. and Mr. Herman Buchmiller, are visiting at Beaver Dam, where they went to attend the wedding of an intimate friend of the family.
The members of the Armenia Maennerchor celebrated the 20th anniversary of its existence last Friday.
Rev. L. Th. Thorn was presented with a handsome fur coat by the society in token of esteem.
The Ladies Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church will hold its quarterly social meeting with Mrs. Cracraft at the home of John P. Hume on Friday Dec. 1 at three o'clock. All are cordially invited to be present.
A "blind pig" at the little temperance village of Delton near Kilborn City, was blown up last Friday. A heavy charge of dynamite did the work, completely wrecking a small store and breaking every window pane in the town.
The Wisconsin Central has issued an order to its conductors requiring them to insist that all guns carried by hunters, unless taken apart, and properly cased, be deposited in the baggage .cars and under no circumstances are they to be allowed in the coaches.
John Hoelz and family returned Saturday from Milwaukee where they went to attend the funeral of Mr. Hoelz's brother, Edward B., whose funeral was held in the above city last Thursday. Deceased was a young man 31 years of age and leaves a wife and two children.
Deputy Sheriff Thompson of Marshfield was in the city Wednesday on business with the county board. He is the officer who captured John McPherson when the latter came back to Wood county after breaking jail this summer and skipping the country immediately thereafter.— Wood County Reporter.
Smoke the City Hall ten cent cigar, manufactured by John G. Jioelz, Marshfield.
A large plate glass' display window in Rose Bros, store was broken by the fury of Monday night's storm. Fortunately the accident occurred before the force had left the store and the display was saved. The loss is less than one hundred dollars, covered by insurance.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bailey arrived here the first of the week and left Wednesday evening for Boyd where they spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ramsdell. They leave Saturday for the west over the Northern Pacific and will spend the winter at San Francisco, Angeles and Napa, California.
Messages received in this city Tuesday announced the death of Mrs. J. W. Cameron, wife of the well known Wood county lumberman now deceased, at Pasadena, California, Mrs. Cameron died at 9:30 Monday morning. The remains will be brought to Milwaukee for interment and the funeral will probably be held Sunday.
WANTED—200 men to work in the woods. Roddis Lumber & Veneer Co., Park Falls, Price Co.
While "The Folks up Willow Creek" is a roaring, rollicking comedy; its humor is clean, harmless, innocent and refreshing, the kind all refined, sensible people enjoy and approve. Ladies may attend confident that there will not be a coarse or questionable spot in the entire performance. At the Opera House soon.
Call and inspect our fine showing of pattern hats and winter novelties, now on display at Miss Rowan's.
Fire, supposed to have been incendiary origin, totally destroyed the large sawmill belonging to Williamson it Libby Lumber company at Park Falls. The loss will exceed $20,000, partially covered by insurance. The mill will not be rebuilt, as the company finished its cut here several weeks ago. The building has been idle since.
A new line of patterns Shadow Embroidery at Miss M. C. Lueckenbach's.
That great railway activity in this section of Wisconsin is to be expected next year is beyond question. Much construction is projected and many of the plans indefinitely outlined are so clearly feasible that there must be business behind the rumors. Marshfield is the key to the situation and cannot fail to profit by the work hat will be done.
Arthur C. Koch has resigned his position with the R. Connor company and accepted a position on he road as salesman for the Hub Cigar company, of which P. O. Drinkwitz is manager. Mr. Koch a young man of marked business ability and with the fine line of goods which Mr. Drinkwitz is now putting out, will meet with good success in his new undertaking.
You have tried the rest, now smoke the best, the Templar, l0c cigar, P. O. Drinkwitz, Mfg.
Presbyterian church Sunday, Dec. 3. Morning services at 10:30. Theme: "The Paraclete". Bible school at 12 m. Y. P. S. C. E. prayer meeting at 6:80. Subject, "Our One Excuse", Rom. 14:1-12. Evening service at 7:30. Theme: "Our Lord's Return." All are very cordially invited to every service. We are using the new hymn books in the evening. Rev. J. F. of Young, Pastor.
W. M. Ruckle M. D. Eve, Ear Nose and Throat Specialist of Grand Rapids will be at the Thomas Hotel, Marshfield from 11 a. m. Thursday till noon Friday, Dec. 7 and 8 to meet patients in his specialty.
At the annual meeting of the association of agricultural colleges and experiment stations held in Washington last week, President Charles R. Van Hise, who represented the University of Wisconsin, was elected president of the agricultural college section. He was also chosen vice-president and acting president in the absence of President Jesse, of the association of state university presidents.
Buy your meat at Wenzel's Star Meat Market and you will get nothing but the best.
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