News: Marshfield, Wis. (4 Aug 1905)
----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Wednesday, August 4, 1905 | Page 6 & 7
Marshfield, Wisconsin, Local News
Julian Welch made a business trip to Ingram yesterday.
Ed. Rafferty is spending two weeks vacation at St. Paul.
Gollmar Bros.1 circus will show at Grand Rapids on August 15th.
Lou Hahn is absent on a short visit to Brodhead, his, former home.
E. S. Renne ot Grand Rapids was in ,the city yesterday on business.
Mrs. Wm. Hirth entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. Berdan of Auburndale over Sunday.
Mrs. Francis Baker spent several days with friends at Grand Rapids the past week.
Bargains in soft shirts at Laemle's.
John G. Hoelz and Irvin Hoelz went to Milwaukee for a short visit last Saturday.
Miss Anna Schoenhofen is entertaining Miss Genevieve Young of Rochester, Minn.
Miss Mattie Powers is visiting Miss Bernice' Johnson at Grand Rapids this week.
Miss Cora Vaughan will leave Monday for Fond du Lac to spend two weeks with friends.
Mrs. Phil Sawyer of Oshkosh is the guest of Mesdames W. H. Upham and E. E. Finney.
Joseph Himmel is spending a two weeks vacation by taking a trip over the great lakes.
Col. and Mrs. W. H. Lake of Eau Claire., former Marshfield residents, visited friends here the past week.
Miss Anna May is at Waupaca where she will spend her vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rumenopp.
Miss Ethel Dunlap of Mauston, instructor in art and music, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mason.
$3.95 buys an Outing Suit at Laumle's worth double.
Mrs. G. A. Lupient and family have moved into their new residence at the corner of Cherry and Fifth streets.
Conductor and Mrs. J. H.' Burns entertained Mr. and Mrs. M. Clark of St. James, Minn,, the latter part of last week.
E. J. Kelley was a Mellen the past week with a company of Grand Rapids men to inspect the new iron mine.
Fred Kreisch left last Tuesday night for Turtle Mountain, N. D.
where he puts in the balance of the summer in the harvest fields.
Miss Clara Henning of Milwaukee returned to her home Tuesday after an extended visit to the Misses Kohl arid Doll. She was accompanied by Miss Clara Kohl.
Dr. Wahle and E. F. Mechler de parted Monday on a five-days' fishing and outing trip down the Wisconsin river starting in at Nekoosa aud going as far as Kilbourn.
P. C. Peterson's fine young team became frightened Wednesday while passing through the lumberyard and ran some distance before they could be controlled. No damage was done.
$1.85 is very cheap for those stylish tan shoes, Laemle is offering.
The marriage of Miss Rosilia Bille of this city city to Victor Morisette of Hatley, is announced to take place August 16, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Bille.
Fred Kohl, manager of the Second Regiment band, was in Milwaukee this week to secure quarters for the members of the band to be occupied during their visit to the state fair nest month. Gen. Charles King says that in his forty-five years of military service he never saw a better disciplined lot of soldiers than the seat the annual encampment of the Wisconsin National Guard just concluded.
The local Catholic Foresters defeated Colby in a close game at the fair grounds last Sunday afternoon, the score being 10 to 11. The home team was plainly too fast for the visitors but the game was close all the way.
Ladies' summer Vests with or without 1/4 sleeves 3 for 25c at Laemle's.
The Chicago & Northwestern Railway company has established an industrial department for the purpose of cooperating with the business men's associations of cities along the line in the matter of obtaining new industries.
James J. Varney of Babcock, has purchased the Park Hotel and will operu up for business in a short time. Mr. Varney will run a model hotel and boarding house with bus to all trains, and will aim to work up a transient business for his house.
The work of placing a new box sewer in the alley between Maple and Cedar, streets to extend from Second street southward, and Connect with the main storm sewer, is nearly completed and Street Commissioner Maloney and his force have done a very good job.
Louis O. Salztnan a prominent resident of Wausau, died at that place on Monday, and his brother Adolph Salzman and family of this city, were called to Wausau Wednesday to attend the funeral.. The deceased was forty-six years of age and had resided in Wausau twenty-five years.
F. Sammis, manager of the Standard Group Marble Co. of Washington, will be at the Hotel" Blodgett Monday at which time a meeting of stockholders in the company will be held. Persons interested are welcome to attend. L. Nick is the: local 'agent of the company.
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Tiffault returned last Sunday from their outing at Butternut. They are enthusiastic in praise of Butternut lake as a summer home. Mrs. Tiffault made the biggest catch of the season at the lake, a ten pound muskellonge which she landed from a boat with a light rod.
A live guy wire attached to the light pole at the corner of Second street and Central avenue, caused some amusement last Sunday. The current was strong enough to tive persons coming in contact with the wire a severe shock and the young men took advantage of the opportunity to initiate their friends.
Postmaster Cole has made a change in the post-office hours and lereafter the office will be open rom 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. on week days. This will insure the distribution of mails arriving during the night at 7:30 a. m. instead of 8 'clock as formerly. The money irder window will also be open at 7:30.
Joseph Sicklinger and Frank Leonard, the two men bound over for trial here last week for unlawfully obtaining a horse from Loeb & Hammel of this city, appeared before Judge Conwav and pleaded guilty last Saturday. Sicklinger was sentenced to state's prison for one year and Leonard was fined $25 and costs.
FOR RENT—5 room house $5 per nonth. Enquire at Times office.
Stevens Point is having a street air this week and there is some difference of opinion in regard to he advisability of allowing it to complete the week. A move was made Tuesday night in the council meeting to have the streets vacated at once but on the final vote a small majority of the aldermen favored Mowing the carnival company to remain according to previous agreement for the full week.
SAY? DID IT EVER OCCUR To You? lat although you may be getting only a small salary, you can, by regular, systematic depositing with the Savings Department of the First National Bank of Marshfield, become a rich man by the time you have reached middle life? One Dollar will open account. Don't you see that if yon continue to spend all you make, you will be poor all your life? Every man, woman, boy and girl should have a Savings account. Don't wait, open account today with First National Bank of Marshfield, Wis.
Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Friday, August 04, 1905 | Page 6
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Connor are Milwaukee visitors this week.
Miss Carola Forrest of Neenah, arrived Monday on a visit to friends.
Miss Carolyn Hansen spent last Sunday with friends at Milwaukee.
Miss Mina Warriner has resigned her position as an operator at the telephone office.
Miss Emma Deering left Monday for Milwaukee in which city she will make her home.
Louis Laemle made a business trip down the Central line the latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dietrich were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klumb at Stratford last Sunday.
Miss Vera Vollmar left Monday for Milwaukee for a short visit and to attend the annual lawn party at Milwaukee-Downer college.
Fred K. Kamps returned last Sunday morning from Chilton where he had been spending the past two weeks at his old home.
Mesdames Oscar Lange and Julian Welch departed last Tuesday for a ten-days visit to relatives and friends at Green Bay and Oshkosh.
Editor Joel Shafer of the Colby Phonograph was in the city Monday to get a keg of printers' ink,. which Joel says will make millions think.
Two hundred Indians from several northern reservations are camping near Superior and their nightly dances and pow-wows are causing some alarm.
Milwaukee city, which has been a separate jurisdiction in the Modern Woodmen of America, has been .added to the jurisdiction of the state of Wisconsin.
The census of Stevens Point has been completed and shows the present population to be 9,027 as against 9,524 in 1900, the loss being due to removal of the car shops.
James M. Alden, formerly a resident of this city, but now of Chicago, was in town on business last Friday, Mr. Alden represents the Western Newspaper Union.
H. C. Koenig returned last Sunday from a week's lake trip. Mr. Koenig had a very pleasant voyage on the great lakes the weather being fine during the entire week.
FOR RENT—Modern nine room house. Enquire at this office.
Mrs. George Schmitt and daughter, Miss Annette, of Wausau, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lochman 'the past week, Mesdames Schmitt and Lochman being sisters.
You save money trading at Laemle's.
Mrs. Ida D. Sexton and two children, Mildred and Andrew, who have been visiting at the Sexton- Dufour cottage at the Chain-o' Lakes, went to Fond du Lac last Saturday.
Fine watch and clock repairing at Hoops' the old country jeweler, Adlcr block.
Agent Engel of the Central, returned last Monday from his trip through Colorado. Mrs. Engel will continue her stay until two weeks hence, being located at Boulder, Colorado.
FOR SALE CHEAP—Two mowing machines as good as new. En- -quire of Geo. H. Welton.
Richard Tredinnick returned Saturday from a month's trip through the west in the course of which he took in all the principal points of interest. Mr. Tredinnick had a very pleasant trip.
Buy your meat at Wenzel's Star Meat Market and you will get nothing but the best.
F. R. Upham joined his family at Waupaca last Saturday and on Monday Mr. and Mrs. Upham and family returned home after spending six weeks at their summer residence on the Chain-o'Lakes.
Eyes tested—glasses fitted at Hoops' jeweler and optician, Adler block.
"Two Merry Tramps" will be at the Opera House soon. This will be one of the best musical comedy hits presented here this season, with seventeen musical numbers running through the three acts.
WANTED—100 men to work in our logging camps near Park Falls. Address Roddis Lumber and Veneer Co., Park Falls.
Capt. W. A, Knilans and wife of Beloit, arrived last Saturday on a visit to their son, Dr. D. A. Knilans. Capt. Knilans is a prominent veteran of the civil war in which he served with the rank of captain.
For wedding rings and presents, silverware, watches and clocks, the largest stock at right prices, go to Hoops, Adler's block.
Dr. and Mrs. H. H, Milbee departed last Tuesday for Canada where they will visit friends at different points for the next four weeks. During Dr. Milbee's absence his large and growing practice will be in the care of Dr. Victor Mason.
WANTED:—Two ladies to Iook after our interest in Marshfield. Good Salary. Pleasant and permanent work. Sterling .Supply .Co., 341Franklin St., Chicago. John C. Flood of Portage was in the city the first of the week on a short visit. Mr. Flood was formerly a resident of this city, a veteran of the Spanish-American war and a member of Company A. He was also captain of the M. W. A. Forester team.
50c four-in-hand ties 25c at Laemle's.
Dr. M. Dunn returned Wednesday morning from an extended trip through the Dakotas and Minnesota. He found the country looking exceptionally fine and the crop prospect excellent. Barring hail or rust the grain crop will exceed any yield of recent years.
Lost, Strayed or 'Stolen—A Gordon Setter female dog. Any one furnishing information of its whereabouts to either Dr. Milbee or E. Rosenbaum will receive a reward.
County Superintendent Robert Morris of Arpin, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Morris was accompanied by his sister, Mrs. T. H. Jones of Baraboo and three children, who have been visiting at the Morris home for a short time. Mrs. Jones and children took the train here for Mankato, Minn.
Dear Gus:—I have solved the mother-in-law problem, just give her regularly Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It will make her healthy, happy and docile as a lamb. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Sexton Bros.
President Morrison and Secretary Welton are planning a special feature to interest farmers at the Central Wisconsin State Fair, and will hold a dairymen's meeting on one of the days of the fair at which time a number of prominent dairymen will speak. Hon. Fred Rietbrock of Milwaukee and Athens, will be one of the speakers and an effort is being made to secure Ex- Gov. Hoard :to make an address.
Notice is hereby given to the tax payers of the city of Marshfield that the. assessment roll will be open for examination on the 7th day of August at my office at the city hall for 6 days. During office hours anybody deeming themselves aggrieved may come and be heard. W. S. ALBRIGHT, Assessor.
Frank Lueckenbach went to Menasha last Saturday to attend a family reunion, the occasion being ais father's seventy-fifth birthday. Miss M, C. Lueckenbach has been visiting at Menasha for some time and all the members of the family were present at the reunion. On Sunday they enjoyed a trip about Lake Winnebago on Anton Lueckenbach's launch, which is one of the fastest boats on the lake.
I sell all makes and and styles of talking machines, Victor, Edison, Talkbphone, Sonophone, Columbia and all others. All the late records.
Frank L, Zweck, jeweler.
Frank Ewald was considerably bruised up in a wreck near Wausau Monday. He was in the caboose of | the Northwestern way freight. which was rounding a curve at the speed Of about twenty miles an hour when the flange of the fourth car broke ditching the last four cars and caboose. Mr. Ewald was bruised about the face by the shock. A track was built around the wreck and traffic was resumed in a few hours.
School District Clerk C. S. Vedder has engaged Miss Ruth Heaton of Reedsburg, as an instructor in Latin and German at the high school for the coming year, in place of Miss Marion Durand who resigned last week. Miss Heaton is a sister of Dr. W, S. Heaton and has been a frequent visitor in Marshfield. She is an able and successful teacher and will be a most valuable addition to the high school staff of instructors.
Robert Schroeder is back at his old stand opposite the Mansion House, and always gives perfect satisfaction in horseshoing and all kinds of blacksmith, work. He wants to see his old customers.
C. J. Jehne of the firm of Hall & Jehne of Farmville, Virginia, was in the city the latter part of last week and while here closed up the $15,000 Virginia land deal with Joseph Thomas, which was negotiated some weeks ago. Mr. Jehne has located nearly all of the settlers who have left this locality for Virginia and is recognized as a fair and reliable real estate dealer. While in the city Mr. Jehne was the guest of William Wenzel.
DID You EVER LOSE ANY MONEY? Have trouble making change? Get a check on another town and have to pay to get it collected? Want to borrow a little money and it did not suit the bank to lend? An account with this bank will save all these annoyances.
First National Bank of Marshfield, Wisconsin.
One of Athens' young society belles wore a "peek-a-boo" waist at the dance Sunday night, and when one of her friends looked through the pretty sheer material of which the waist was made, she thought she saw a bug on the aforesaid society belle's shapely shoulders. Horror sticken, the two young ladies hurried to the dressing room where the afflicted one found that she had a mole she did not know she had. —Athens Record.
The dental parlors of Dr. W. H. Lind were burglarized last Friday night and scrap cold, used in the filling of teeth, was stolen to the amount of about $30.00 worth. The burglars effected an entrance through the front door, which was done in all likelihood by the use of a skeleton key, taking great pains in making their exit to relock the door. Gold seemed to be the object of their visitation as valuable dental tools were left unmolested and no amount of ransacking was noticeable. The, work was so neat and smooth that no clue was left for their apprehension and were no doubt old-timers in the business.
The request is hereby made that residents who are willing to accommodate any of the public school teachers with rooms, board, or both, this-fall, send their address with other necessary information to the undersigned tbat the teachers may be aided in finding homes.
D. C Gile.
Claire Walker, a young lad 14 years of age, residing on the north side, had' an exciting time on the- Wisconsin Central tracks east of town one day last week. Claire, in company with some other children of his age, was going berrying. In crossing a piece of track where cattle guards were laid, young Walker's shoe got wedged between the irons in such a manner that he could not extricate his foot. At this time a freight train hove in sight just ahead and as it was impossible to get the shoe out, good sense prevailed and under orders of Herbert Brackendorf, the foot was removed from the shoe, all of which was accomplished in the nick of time to avert an accident.
There are numbers of people who are under an erroneous impression. They think that they never control enough money to start a bank account. In this they are mistaken. We solicit small accounts as well as large. And we handle the business of both with our best care. We believe that you ought have a bank account and we offer you our services. First National Bank of Marshfield, Wis. A team belonging to Joseph Schneider of Hewitt, caused a lively time on East Fourth street last Friday .evening at about 6:30 o'clock. The ;team was hitched to a four-seated buggy, containing besides Joseph Schneider, his brother John and the latter's wife and daughter. At a point just opposite Esser's blacksmith shop the buggy struck a rut which caused the team to become frightened and run away and in their mad Right an act of Providence seemingly intervened in behalf of the occupants as the tugs unaccountably became unhooked which separated the horses from the vehicle and averted what might have been a - serious accident. In the separation the driver was pulled from his seat and fell to the ground where he laid for some time before recovering—either from the shock or other causes that were quite obvious, and a prime factor in allowing the team to get away. The horses continued their homeward course until they reached Henry Waggoner's residence where they made a dash into that gentleman's yard and were caught and driven back to the scene of the accident by Parney Casey.
If you are troubled with dizzy spells, headache, indigestion, constipation, Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well and keep you well. If it fails get your money back. That's fair. 35 cents. Sexton. Bros.
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