Bio: Bliese, Carl, Jr. (18 - 19??)
Surnames: Bliese, Bopf
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Bliese, Carl, Jr. (27 November 1879 - 19??)
CARL BLIESE, Jr., proprietor of a general store at No. 522 Scott Street, Wausau, has been in the mercantile business since 1908. He was born on his father's farm in the town of Texas, Marathon County, Wisconsin, November 27, 1879, and is a son of Carl and Amelia Bliese. His parents were both born in Germany and in their childhood accompanied their parents to the United States. They were reared in Wisconsin and married here and for many years the father carried on general farming in the town of Texas. He still owns his farm, having it under rental, and the family all live in a comfortable home situated on Lincoln Avenue, Wausau.
Carl Bliese, Jr., was reared in the town of Texas and assisted on the home farm until he came to Wausau and embarked in his present business, purchasing from Conrad Bopf. He carries a large and well selected stock including dry goods, groceries and candies, and through pleasing manners, honest goods and square treatment, has built up a fine trade with prospects of its permanency. He has never been an active factor in politics but possesses the qualities which make that class known as the best and most effective citizens of a community.
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