News: Chippewa Falls (12 Jan 1895)
Contact: Sandra Wright
Surnames: Millard, Summermyer, Day, Burk, Martin, Caldwell, Serley, Marshall, Dobie, Flagg, Watson, Stees, Corrigan, Hunt, Campbell, Phillips, Fields, Boyd, Davis
----Source: Chippewa Current (Chippewa Falls, Chippewa County, Wis.) Saturday, 12 Jan 1895 Page 3
A Day’s Currents
Sargeant-at-arms B.F. Millard is home from the seat of government.
Miss Summermyer, of Eau Claire, was with her pupils in music in the city today.
Dr. D.W. Day, of Eau Claire, was in the city on professional business today.
Miss Minnie Burk has returned to her home at Baldwin for the balance of the school vacation.
E.A. Martin, of Cadott, spent the day in the city.
Mrs. James Caldwell and daughter are visiting in Washburn.
Sover Serley, of Bruce, was in the city today.
Mrs. Thomas Marshall is visiting her son Henry and family at Bloomer.
David Dobie, of West Superior, was in the city today. Mr. Dobie reports good sleighing at his camps near White Birch and as doing excellent work.
Editor H.C. Flagg, of the Hayward Journal News, was in the city today.
Dr. and Mrs. Clark Watson, of Cadott, were in the city today. They came to attend the installation of the K. of H. officers.
F.W. Stees, of Bloomer, was in the city today. Frank expects to open his hotel the coming week.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Corrigan are mourning the death of their infant son.
Dr. T.K. Hunt, of Cadott, spent the day in the city.
Mrs. S.J. Campbell, of Stevens Point, is in the city visiting with the families of Geo. Phillips and Henry Fields.
E.S. Cole, of Boyd, spent the day in town.
Miss Carrie Davis, of Tillinghast, is visiting friends in the city.
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