News: Spencer, Wisconsin (28 Nov 1902)
----Source: Marshfield Times | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Friday, November 28, 1902 | Page 12
----Spencer Locals (28 Nov 1902) Spencer. Will Harry of Colby, was in town Monday.
Mrs. Z, Moon is visiting this week at Moon.
A. W. Stewart went to March Rapids last Friday.
Grant Heath was at Marshfield on business Monday.
Mr. Buchmiller of Marshfield, was a Spencer caller Friday.
G. H. Heath received a car load of New York apples Monday.
Dr. Doege of Marshfield, made a professional call here Friday.
Mrs. Anna Bodle returned last week Wednesday from Medford.
Clint Mallory of Westfield, is a guest at the home of A. W. Stewart.
Fred Santer went to Sheboygan last Wednesday, returning Tuesday.
Will Johnston left last Friday for Somerset where he has a position as operator.
Ben Griffin came home Saturday from Rib Lake to spend several days with his family.
Editor Pankow and family of Marshfield, spent Sunday with Mrs. Pankow's father, A. Radloff.
J. W. Gardiner returned Friday from his hunting trip near Rib Lake, bringing a deer with him, Robert
Burnett went to Marshfield Thursday to spend the day with his wife who is in the hospital.
Miss Vogt came down Thursday from Abbotsford and spent _ a few days with her mother and sisters.
Miss Ella Selle returned to her home at Hilbert, Wednesday, after a few days visit with her uncle, A. Ehlers.
Linda Wendell left Wednesday for Scott, Sheboygan county, to spend the winter with her grandparents.
Mrs. Frank Johnston went to Rib Lake Monday to spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Phil Bonneville.
Tillie Weinbauer returned Wednesday to her home in Scott. She spent the summer here with her mother, Mrs. Henry Cappella.
There will be services at the Baptist church Saturday evening. Rev. Colby will preach every Sunday evening at this church hereafter.
Messrs. Hayward, Whitmore, Malay and Damon broke camp last week. They enjoyed the days spent in "Camp May" but are glad to eat mother's cooking again. By the way, Ray forgot his 60-88 griddle greaser.
We mentioned last week that a daughter was born at the home of Aug. Hoops and it should have been John Hoops. The young lady was christened Sunday at the Lutheran church and now bears the name of Eva Ophelia Carrie.
If you are billious and seeking advisers, Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers, Just before going to bed.
You will find on the morrow, You are rid of your sorrowó That's all; just enough said.
These famous pills do not gripe, but move the bowels gently and easily, cleansing the liver. Their tonic effect gives strength to the glands, preventing a return of the disorder. At Kamps' drug store.
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