The Gazette from Stevens Point, Wisconsin on September 18, 1895 · Page 5
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POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest ot all in leavening strength.--Latest United States Government Food Report. Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St., N.Y 'he By ED. D. OLENNON. Entered ut the Stevens Point 1'osloffiec as second class mail matter. J'tMkhcd every Wednesday at SJS Main street. pax -A-n.Ti.-u.rn. Extra copies of Uie Gazette, may be »e~ cured at thin office. More Locals. ~-B. 13. Park is at Plainfleld on legal business, today. --Ice cream in quantity at The Bazaar, 40.T "Main street. --John P. O'Keefe, of Stockton, was a pleasant caller yesterday. --Rooms to rent, furnished or unfurnished. Enquire at 027 Main street. tf --The suit of rooms nov occupied by Dr. Wheel, in the Tack block, will be vacated by Oct. 1st, and are for rent. --The ladies of the Fpiscopal church, at their supper in the Atwell building, last evening, cleared about $27.00. --Rev. Father Cunnane, of St. Peter's church, Oshkosh, returned home this noon after a brief visit with Rev. W. J. Rice. --N. F. Phillips and W. II. Jacobs returned from their western trip last night. They enjoyed every minute of the time while away. --Don't miss the bargains that J. I«erson is offering at present. They are great ones In all departments, the reduction being from 20 to 40 per cent. --The John Rice Bro. Co. have a crew of men at work doing general repairs on the Normal School heating apparatus and making improvements on the fire arch. --The Amphion band will be out next Saturday evening, weather permitting, and will play at the corner of Main and Third streets, opposite THE GAZETTE office. --Buyers of flour can save 75 cents per barrel by purchasing the celebrated Rosebud, manufactured by the Jackson Milling Co., instead of buying flour made elsewhere, tf --For the social party, to be given at K. P. Hali, next Friday evening, when the Knights and their ladies will no doubt have an enjoyable time, music will be f u r n i s h e d by the I m p e r - ial Mandolin orchestra. --The Clifford Lumber Co. saw mill at Clifford, closed down on Monday, after sawing out all the tiiuboi on hand and enjoying a most successful season. The mill will start again for the winter as .soon as snow comes and logs can be hauled In. --Wm. Rteele has nearly completec a fine new house for Mrs. Ellen Leahy, at the corner of Center street and Illinois avenue. The main part is 28x28 feet, two stories high, w i t h an ell 10x14 feet, and a kitchen part 20x24. It. will be ready for occupancj in about two weeks and will cost close to $1.000. --John Rice, eldest son of Jas. Rice, boarded Tuesday evening's train for Ann Arbor, Mich., where he will take a course in the law school. Johnnie has studied In Brennan, Synon Frost's law offices for the past few months and the knowledge he galncc there will be of great assistance to hi tr at Ann Arbor. --Mr. C. II. Bixby, representing L S. Berry, manufacturing furrier, Chi cago, will give a fur opening at M Clifford's store from Wednesday til! Saturday, displaying a §10,000 line o fine furs. Mr. Bixby lias handled thih line of furs for fouryears at Appleton and can guarantee every garment He also gives estimates on repairing and making over furs, at lowest prices --Miss Katherine Jacobs spent las Wednesday and Thursday at Oshkosh where she assisted as bridesmaid a the marriage of her f r i e n d , Miss Amelia Schmitt. Anthony Ilouscr, traveling representative of the, Geo. Zicgler Confectionery Co. ; of Milwaukee, was the lucky man. The groom is especially well known in Stevens Point, and has scores of friends here. The wedding was quite an event in Oshkosb social circles, and among the clergy who assisted at the ceremony were Rev. J. A. Bourgmeyer, of Ouster, and Rev. Kaukauna. J. A. Geissler, of --Solicitor wanted by the Grand Union Tea Co., Wausau, Wis. w2 --Mrs. Ida C. Wright, of Chicago, isited with Mrs. Chas. A. Lane, last week. She returned to Chicago, on Saturday morning, taking with her ittlo Lane Richmond. --John Curran, Jr., came up from Madison, last Sunday, and remained until today. He had been doing substitute work for the University foot ball team during the past two weeks, and will commence his studies n the law department of the University, next Monday. --B. 15. Park returned from Wautoma, Mondav evening, where he spent nearly all of last week assisting n the defense of David Halford, who was being tried on the charge of murder. After the state's witnesses had ,estifled the jury was instructed to )rlng In a verdict of not guilty. --Dr. F. E. Wheet has leased the 3r. Stuart residence on Church street, ind will move Into his new home next week. This is one of the handsomest, most modern and best arranged houses in town, and we know of no surer evidence of prosperity than ; hat Ir. Wheel feels able to pay the arge rent asked. --The John Rice Bro. Co. shops s now l u r n i n g out a n u m b e r of the A. L. Gates potato diggers, this firm laving secured patent rights from Mr. ates. These diggers have proven very successful wherever used and our armor friends who are in need of an irticle of this k i n d will do well to call ind look them over. Jos. Q u i n n , of this city, joined the Wausau base ball club, las!, Frilay morning, and w i l l remain with them d u r i n g the balance of their tour. LATJSK.--The tour was brought to sudden termination at Portage, it proving a financial failure, and Joe returned home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hyde returned from Hurley, Monday evening, where they spent a couple of weeks with their daughter, Mrs. W. J. Shiim- way. Mr. Hyde also put in a few lays fishing on the Manitoish river, where he succeeded in l a n d i n g fourteen fine inuscallongo, the largest of which weighed 1'iA pounds. --Miss A n n a McMillan, oldest daughter of Chas. P. McMillan, of Fond du Lac, will sail for Paris on the 2d of October, where she will remain for six months studying the French language and literature. She will be accompanied by Miss Galloway and an elderly lady, and after finishing her studies will spend some time in Italy and other foreign climes. --There will be a social dancing party, at Forester flail, this evening, to be given by the Foresters and a number of their friends, music for which will be furnished by the traveling band of Italian musicians. This is an Impromtu affair, and the members of the different societies who occupy the hall, together with invited friends, will be cordially welcome. --Mrs. W. H. Griffith and Mrs. M. E. Entzmingcr left for their future home, Green Bay, last Saturday afternoon, after spending several weeks at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Clifford. Messrs. Griffith and Entzmlnger open Iheir new cloth- Ing and gents' f u r n i s h i n g store at "the Bay" this week, and have an excellent location, and the finest prospects for business success. --Miss Mary Langdon will have a grand full m i l l i n e r y opening Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next week, Oct. .'Id, 4th and 5th. Her line of goods is more complete than ever before and consists of positively all grades and styles of ladies' headgear. She is m a k i n g a specialty this season of flue pattern hats and guarantees assortment and prices satisfactory. Remember the opening dates. -- "Don't see a press representative very often up in our part of town," said a .'id warder, the other day. "Well, I don't blame them for staying away, as around where I live the stench from numerous pig pens is so thick that you can carve it with an ordinary jack knife. You w i l l only le;tfn what you miss by getting w i t h i n one or two hundred yards of my neighbors' pens, when the atmosphere is heavy and the wind favorable." To the 3d warder, we would say, there is an ordinance governing the location of pig pens. --Jas. Pope, who at one time was engaged in the pump manufacturing business in this city, is now a resident of Guthrie, Kansas. The town was badly wrecked by wind and flood a few days ago. Dwellings, business places and public buildings were unroofed and torn from their foundations, and this was followed by one of the heaviest rain storms in years. Mr. Pope and his family were sufferers, his place of business being unroofed and four feet of water covered the cellar botlom at his home. There's no place like Wisconsin, Jim. --P. J. Jacobs and J. W. Glennon are back from their trip among the lakes near Fifleld, the former returning on Friday and the lalter on Monday. Both report having caught lots of flsh ; fish of fine variety and enor mous size, that were said to be the largest ever captured in that section. A number of these were hooked every day, and what could not be eaten by the party were packed in ice for shipment home, but strange to say, just before they got ready to start the flsh spoiled and had to be thrown away. This is what was brought home--a fishy story, but no fish. THE SOUTH SIDE. Personal and News Items of More or Lens Importance., --C. C. Dohnt'r and wife are spending a month with relatives at Edgerton, Ohio. --Mrs. G. A. Manthey Is spending a few days with her parents and other relatives at Portage. --Mrs. M. Gavin, of Waukesha, is in the city visiting at the home of her son, Conductor W. J. Gavin. --Misses Julia Wick and Emma Young spent Saturday and Sunday at Lanark, the guests of Mrs. Horace Lombard. --Geo. Buchan and wife were made doubly happy, last Saturday, a boy and girl twins having been born to them that day. --D. D. Howe now acts as night baggage master at the Central passenger depot, entering on his duties last Sunday evening. --Mrs. Harker and daughter, of St. Paul, and Mrs. Wm. Waite, of Blunt, S. I)., arc t'ucsts at the home ol Master Mechanic Cormack. --Mrs. Jos. Claffey relumed to her home at Stanley, last Saturday, after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. J. II. Woodbury, at the New St. James. --Bresnahan Moe's saloon building has been moved to the lots just wesl of ils former location, on the west side of Strong's avenue. The real estate was recently purchased by P. i f . Cashin, who also owns the building. --Mrs. T. S. Bergin and children returned here from Ashland, Monday evening, and Mr. Horgin expects to finish his labors on the Ashland- Bcssemcr division of the Central within a few weeks, when he will also come down. --Beginning today, meals will be served in the new d i n i n g room connected with the Central lunch counter. As trains No. 1 and 2 stop here twen- --F. Y. King has resigned the position of assistant ticket agent and baggage man at the Centra! depot, and hi.s place is now filled by C. .E. Dixon, of Clinton, la. --Mr. and Mrs. Almond Nelson, 240 Wayne street, mourn the death of their first born, an infant one week old, which was buried in the Episcopal cemetery this afternoon. --The very latest in fashionable bats, children's caps, walking hats, at South Side millinery store. Remember this is the cheapest place in the city to buy millinery goods. ty minutes, plenty of time is given those who wish to partake' of a "square'' meal. --The Sons of Veterans, J. O. Johnsen's camp, No. 45, Div, of Wis., will give a sociable in Glover's Hall Tuesday evening, Oct. 1st. All respectable people are cordially Invited to come. Music will be furnished for those who wish to dance. --Mrs. C. D. Hincklcy and little daughter, came down from Ashland, last Monday evening, where they spent the summer with Mr. Hinckley, conductor on the Central road. harley will probably be transferred to this division within a week or two. --O. J. Evans is now the owner of the two story house at 219 Illinois avenue and Ellis street, having r$- cenlly purchased the property from Irving Estes for a consideration of $900. Mr. Evans intends to invest two or three hundred dollars additional on repairs and improvements, when he will have one of the best homes In the city. --Frank J. Tack, who has been employed In the Central supply department for several years, and for a few weeks past In Master Car Builder Cormack's office, left for St. Paul, last Friday, where he expects to secure a position with the Great Northern R. R. Frank is a fine penman and a good accountant, as well as a first- class young man, and his scores of friends in Stevens 1'oint wish him success wherever he may go. --AV. O. Bo/.lcc, the news agent who was severely i n j u r e d something over one year ago, at the time Engineer llubbard, Fireman Gearhart and Brakeman Bigelow lost their lives, returned from Chicago, last Thursday night, where he underwent three operations in one of the hospitals there. After the accident, Mr. Ho/.lee was confined to his bed and home for several months, but thereafter, and until a few weeks ago, was able to resume his run on the road. He hopes to be able to commence work next month. --Mrs. O. B. Foster, whose son, Thos., died very suddenly at Hurley, about lour weeks ago, visited that place last week for the purpose of learning further particulars relative to the young man's last Illness. It was learned that he had fallen from a car a few days before his death, injuring his back, but he made no complaint other than to remark that he had a close call from being killed. The mark made by the fall was to be seen during his illness and after death, and it is supposed that he was injured internally. --When the sleeper "Ogema, 1 which had been in the "hold up" of last Thursday night, returned from Chicago on Saturday morning, it excited much curiosity. A bullet had passed through one of the vestibule windows and then dropped into the wa«h bowl. Another had passed through one of the double windows, making a hole the size of a large bullet, but cut a hole through the curtain several times that si/e. This shot had evidently been fired at right angles. The good natured porter was asked many questions, and was free to admit he would have gladly changed runs with most any of the hoys, for that evening, had he been given an opportunity. Did It Ever N O R M A L SCHOOL NOTES. What Our Enterprising Correspondent ban Learned for The Oazette'a Busy Reader*. A. Miller visited Milwaukee, last Saturday. A. M. Nelson paid the Normal a visit last week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Patch were among last week's visitors. Two large boxes of books have been added to the school library. Miss Clara Sanford, sister of the Prof., spent a part of Tuesday at the Normal. Miss Nellie Ilanafln, of Kilbourn 2ity, has withdrawn aud will teach at Marinette. The hard blow of Sunday crippled many of the large shade trees on the ·school campus. W. E. Goddard, of the Given Pub- ishing Co., spent Tuesday forenoon at the Normal. More lockers and new showering ipparatus have been added to the ladies bath rooms. The Normal grounds liave been Deeded and next spring will bring forth a pretty lawn. Prof. Sylvester will conduct an nstitute at Manitowoc, Friday and Saturday of this week. The literary society will hold its first meeting Thursday evening. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected. Ruv. Schluog, of the German Methodist church, and Rev. Kinder of Oshkosh, spent last Monday forenoon at the Normal. Misses Katherine and Helen, laughters of Pres. Pray, leave Wednesday for Madison, to enter the State University. The fair grounds have been obtained for foot ball practice and a number of the young men were engaged the fore part of the week in working the field. Mrs. Bradford, Supt. of the Model department, entertained the model room and practice teachers, at the residence of Miss Anna Park, last Friday evening. The foot ballists held a meeting, Thursday, Sept. 19th, to talk over diet, sleep and bathing for the fall. The decision of the meeting being less pie; more exercise. The gentlemen's bath rooms, consisting of four showers, one tub and four dressing rooms, are at last completed. Lockers have also been fitted up for the use of the young men. Joseph E. Raycroft, first assistant of physical training under Prof. Slogg of Chicago University, has been obtained as a coach for the foot ball eleven. He is now fully into the work and the results under his training are the most promising. A communication has been received from the Whitewater Normal, the literary society of which institution wishes to form an inter-Normal Oratorical Association, and have given the Point Normal society a cordial i n v i t a t i o n to help form the league. Contests to be held at the different places and prizes awarded the most able speakers. More Locals. --Gus. Rosenow. who has been filing in the Clifford Lumber Co. mill, at Clifford, returned borne Monday evening. --W. L. Bronson, S. E. Karncr, Dr. R. 1. Rood, F. S. Nicholson, D. A. Taylor, Nels Ueton, Thos. Donlevy and Jos. Michaels are at Marshfleld, this afternoon, going up to attend the funeral of Andrew Sexton, as a delegation from Phoenix Lodge, Knights of Pythias. Change in Headquarters. Those who have the matter in charge of collecting funds for the new free library, have changed their headquarters to the wall paper department at the IT. D. McCulloch Co. store, where they will be glad to receive subscriptions in large or small amounts. Those whose names have already been attached to the list are the following, in amounts stated : A. R. Week $150.00 F. E. Bosworth 150.00 W. B. Buckingham 60.00 G. E. McDill 50.00 A. R. White 40.00 This Week Only. Dr. Ellis, the optician, may now be found at t h e jewelry store of Schcnk Arenberp. If your eyes are not just what they should be, give him a call at once, and be remains only during the week. To Consumers of Coal. Notwithstanding the advance of 50 cents per ton in the price of coal 13. M. Copps is selling at the old figures, $6.00. Send in your orders now. jn26tf Occur to You + «. That prices of goods are often governed by quality ? Now KUHL BROS, sell goods that are the best quality and the prices are low. They sell Also- Boys' and Men's Clothing, Dress Goods, Hats, Caps and Shoes, And everything in the furnishing line. KUHL BEOS., 4O1 Main Street. DoiVf Forget That the place where you can Save Money by buying your Fall m Winter IS AT CUMAFS STOEE, 412 Main St., Stevens Point, Wis. The entire stock is being- Closed Out, and you can buy goods almost for J. D. CURRAN. (AT THE OLD LEONARD STAND.) lEWSPAPERr INEWSPAPERif

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