The Centralia Enterprise and Tribune from Centralia, Wisconsin on October 28, 1899 · Page 21
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The Centralia Enterprise and Tribune from Centralia, Wisconsin · Page 21

Centralia, Wisconsin
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Saturday, October 28, 1899
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Central!a llrxterprise 7 \ND TRIBUNE. Local Pick-Ups. —Dr. W. D.AHarvie. Grand Rapids, office over Wooti County Dmy stcire telephone ISJo. 62. Residence on Hiyh street, telephone X r o. 73. — Dr. Frank Pomainville spent several days the past week at Gshkosh. —L. E. CoH-in and F. M. Beniis, of Pittsville. were in the city on Tiiur.^- day last. — A baby boy was born uiito Mr. Mrs. \\~iii. Harper in this city last Wednesday. —Attorney C. O. Baker, of Milwaukee, transacted legal business in the twin cities this week. —Miss Kinma Kruger is employed in the dry jroods department of Johnson & Hi'll Co. in this city. — Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Roberts, of Stratford, are quests of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Fryatt in Grand Rapids. —District Attorney D. D. Coinvay transacted le^al business at Hurley a couple of days the first of the week. — A. IS. Bourn, chairman of the town of Plover, transacted business in Grand Rapid.s the first of the week, —Judge Geo. L. Williams came up from Milwaukee last Sunday and spent the day at his home in Grand Rapids. —J. J. Looze. M. D. Office in H. De- Granclpre's building. Center street, Grand Rapid.s, Wis. Telephone Xo. —Dr. A. L. Ridginan. Centralia. Office over Centralia Drutr Store. Tel- phone ISio. 92. Telephone at resilience. Xo. 23. — J. W. Bird, M. D.. Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist. Glasses accurately and scientifically fitted. Office 110 Strongs Aye., Stevens Point. Wis. — WANTED. — Boys and young- men wanted at the Oberbeck Bros. Mfg. Co.'.-, factory. — O. P. Menzel, artistic photogra I plier. Gallery opposite Mrs. Hamm's store. Grand Rapids, \V:s. — G. "W. Brown, of Pittsville, spent Thursday in the twin cities attending to some business matters. —Attorney E. C. Pors, of Marshfield, transacted legal business at the county seat the first of the week. — D. J. Arpiii departed Thursday evening for a several days' business trip in t'ne vicinity of Chippewa Falls. — Attorney D. D. Con way and Deputy Sheriff E. M. Hayes transacted business at Stevens Point last Saturday. — Mr. and Mrs. Gco. W. Baker -spent -- Sunday -with their daughter, Mrs. N. Raitefle, in tlie town dolph. — Miss Myrtle Horton Tuesday morning' from Dak., having .spent most mer there. — Dr. Chas. Pomainville, Dentist, j Office over J. A. Cohen's store, Grand ! Rapids, Wis. j — FOR —Silver-Laced Wyar- j riotte cockerels—-.veil bred. i T. J. Cooi'KK. j i —J. A. Cohen, the Grand Rapids j merchant, was a Milwaukee visitor j DR, fl, MGELWEE, Defects in Eyesight Lnte of Chicago, . Wheel an trans- ] at Sieyens Point j Ru- returned on Dawson. X. of the sum- —Miss Daisy Thorn, of Grand . Rapids, departed last Monday for j Tomahawk to remain some time as a ' guest of her sister, Mrs. N. Meunier. — Dr. Russell Lyon, of Wausau, came down Tuesday evening and spent the following coupJe of days with relatives and friends in this city. — Albert Marceau. who has been employed in the depot of M. <v S. E. R. R., at Marshneld for some time past, retn rued to the city the first of the week. —D. Hanrahan, of Appleton, spent last Monday among friends in the twin cities. Mr. Huiirahan is now on the road for a Chicago house and his friends are always glad to see him "whether they want to sell or not.'' —FOR SALE.—A house and four lots on High street in Grand Rapids, op, posite the J. D. Witter residence. For .* price and terms inquire of the owner —on the premises. MRS. P. DAVIGOT. — Dr. R. H. S'.veetman, Grand Rapids, Wis. Office in F. L. Steib lit Co.'s drug store building. Telephone Xo. 35 or at residence, Xo. 147. — Mrs. Frank Kersten, of Milwaukee, is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Goggins, in Grand Rapids, to remain a. couple of weeks. — Mrs. L. M. Alexander, of Milwaukee, spent several days this week visiting among relatives and friends in the twin cities and at Port Edwards. — Mrs. Chas. Beach, of Stevens Point, spent several clays this week in Grand Rapids n guest at the residences of M. S. Pratt and Geo. W. Baker. —Mrs. Chas. Oster returned to Stevens Point Wednesday after spending a week visiting with her sister. Mrs. E. L,. Kromer in Grand Rapids. — Mr. and Mrs. Benj. King returned to Milwaukee last Tuesday, having been called here a week previous by reason of Mr. King's mother'* last illness. this week. | —Attorney "W. I acted legal busine ! yesterday. i — Ernest Oberbeck was ii the first of the week in the of the Oberbeck Mfg Co. —.Fred H. Norton, the Grand Rapids stove man, spent a couple of days at Wausau and Mosinee this week. — Five hundred thirteen hunters' licenses have been granted up to date by County Clerk W. H. Reeves. — FOR RtvXT.—A house and barn in the ward of Centralia for rent. Inquire of L. M. Xash. —The postotiice at Daly, Wood county, has been discontinued, and mail for that place should be .sent to Babcock. —The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. church will meet next Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. D. Witter. —FOK S.M.K.— Eight calves from six to nine months "Id, and several younger ones. Apply to C. H. Wood, dairy m an. —T. A. Taylor spent yesterday at Plover and Stevens Point, in the interests of Taylor *v Scott's insurance" department. — Messrs. E. S. Baile; Otto, three of Vesper's business men, transacted the city un Thursday. — Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Palmer tertained a few friends in honor Miss Laura Houston at their home in this city last Tuesday evening. —Mrs. J. W. Cochran departed for Jane.sville yesterday for a visit with her children, who are ;i uendi ng school there. She will probably be away two week s or more. ; Can IK' corrected by having your eves fined accurately to a pair of j glasses by J. R. CHAPMAN. Satisfaction guaranteed or • inonev refunded. Will Visit ti rand Saturday, Nov. It, 1809 at the WittoTirous*' usness — A. Marceau returne< from Eagle River where he has been for the past several weeks engaged in putting in a ti»h way in the dam at that place. — Thos. B. Farmer, the Minneapolis shirt salesman, who was formerly a drug clerk in Grand Rapids, made another regular trip ih rough this section last Monday. — Miss Sarah Danforth, teacher <~,f the public school at Dancy, spent Saturday and Sunday in this city, a guest of Miss Gertrud'e Schalle at the Hotel Lyon. — Irving Dunaven. of Grand Rapids. will leave todav for Stevens Point to join a party r»f friends who will go into the fure.-ts above for a week's deer hunt. — Misses Edna Averv, of Fond du Lac. and Amy Rcdtield, of AppJeton, were guests of the former's brother, John Avery, at the Hotel Witter in Grand Kapids last Sunday. — The Marsh lieid ,\t"i's is authority for the statement that the M. A: S.-E. R. R. will issue a new time card about Xov. 1st, and will then return to their former arrangement of running two trains each way daily. — The family of A, popular manager of Lumber Go's, yard at Lnnir ami Thront Diseases hpilcpsy or Fits, t disease anlict i n u~ hu nently cured. J.>ea f Ears, Etc.. cured. I i Farmers Need Lumber — and \YC are in a. position to supply them ris in WAGON LOTS at lowest prices. =S | Our Wagon Trade J. Boyle*, the the Centralia j Nekoosa, have I —Mr. and Mrs. J. J. O'Reilly, of Babcock, and Mr. and Mrs.' F. J. O'Reilly, of Seattle, Wash., were guests at the Hotel Central in Grand Rapids on Saturday last. —Mrs. W. E. Little, of Grand Rapids, has been at Madison this week in attendance upon a meeting of the Woman's Board of Missions which wasbeiiiir held there. —Mrs. Isabelle Philleo, of Grand Rapids, was at Eau Claire this week as H. delegate to the State Federation of Woman's clubs. Mrs. Philleo represented the Woman's • Historical and Literary society of Grand Rapids, of wlrcb she is president. — Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Starr, of Grand Rapids, are the proud parents of a little baby daughter which was born unto them last Monday. Mr. Starr is studying medicine at Milwaukee, and came home to welcome the little one upon its arrival. — The pupils of Howe High school j will give a sociable in the school build- • ing "this Saturday evening, for the j Wrolstad, of Stevens Point, visited benefit of the athletic association. I An admission fee of fifteen cents will j be charged and it is hoped that a large —Geo. E. Hoskinson. president of the Pioneer Wood Pulp Co., went over to New London last Tuesday, to inspect some pulp wood he contemplated buying. He returned on the evening train. —Ed. McCamley, who has been in tiie northern part of the state for the past several months in the interests of the Wright Lumber Co., of Merrill, arrived in Grand Rapids last fur a short vi.^it. --The Misses Maud Lvtle and Mari crowd will be in attendance. — Mr. and Mrs. Severe Voyer. who have been making their home on a farm near Plover since their marriage .several weeks airo, have decided to locate on a farm near Nekoosa, and among friends in Grand Rapids last Sunday. The young ladies are day operators at the telephone exchange in that ci t v . —One of the windows in the drug store of F. L, Steib cc Co., in Grand Rapids has presented a beautiful pearance the past week, Mr. Steib having a large display of Creamo removed their household effects to the j chewing gum "therein. latter place the first of the week. —Andy Clavin, a former resident of —A. W. Rumsey, travelling solicitor-it''* 15 county and well known here, for the Milwaukee Sentinel, spent last spent Sunday with his family in Grand Rapids, as is his usual custom. For the next two or three weeks his territory includes the copper country in upper Michigan and it is not likely i —Edward Lynch has been in Mil- j waukec the past several days transacting business. Upon his return he | will stop over at Montello to look after i his business interests there, and is j expected home the fir^t of next week. j —Jacob Lutz, Jr., returned Thursday I evening from a several days business trip to Eau Claire. Mr. Lutz is having new saloon rixttires made in that city and expects them to arrive in Grand Rapids some time next month. — W. H. Sullivan, who visited this city a couple of weeks ago, was stricken with paralysis at Nekoosa while on his way to his home at Hancock. He partially recovered the use of his limbs and was taken home last Saturday. —James McCamley, who has been seriously ill with typhoid fever at his home in Merrill for the past several weeks, is reported to be rapidly recovering. Mr. McCamley is a brother of I Peter and Ed McCamley. of Grand i Friday j Rupicls. i I —AV. H. Whiting, one of the engin- ! i eers on the G. !.>. road, has been laying i off during' the past two or three week.-., i for the purpose of doctoring his su.'in- uch. He has been under Dr. Hougcn's i care and thinks he has improved to 1 such an extent as to Vie able to go to ' work next week. Piles treated pain'e~-iy wi-.V'Ut in- uf l.u-.:ne-.-. Stomach, Kidney aitcl Liver Di.sens- es thoroiiijli.'y cure<!. T.'i' 1 D.ictor has an unfailing treatment U,r the Diseases of Women. Dr. McElwoe lias devoted extra time in the great !io>pita!s <->i Paris and I!er- lin to the -uiciy .jf Diseases Peculiar to Men and has >pecia! imp.rted medicines and appliances and :•- prepared to cure the wurst ca>u no matter of how long standing <.r how severe. Young men who are aware 01 weakness or wasting .-houk' call. In many cases very little will cure and fit you for marriage. Middle aired <>r old men, if you are going down hill, failing-too fast, don't delav, you have a chance to treat with a man who guarantees to cure you, and can make you .strong and vigorous again. Bring a little bottle of urine for analysis. TERMS very reasonable. No one should hesitate to apply. Patients treated .successfully by mail. All communications from Wisconsin patients should be addressed to DR. H. McELWEE, :;ni! \V. M;dli S;.. MADISON, Wlrt Increase.s every week. Drive to the :^* mill at Arpin, and you \viil have your ^ order filled promptly. ^ Good roads from Vesper, Sigel, ~s, Wood, Atilnirndale and Richfield. i| JOHN fWIN LUMBER GO., j Retailers of Lumber, =jf Lath ami Shingles, is WISCONSIN ^ Ij. K. GOGGIXS, ATTORNEY .-. AT .-. LAW, CK.VTKA J.IA, W;.s. Office in Daly's Brick Block. To Hunters A ne\y supply of the latest makes of Rifle and Shut (rims, also Powder, Shot, and Shells of all kinds. t several days this week in the twin cities renewing old acquaintances. Mr. Clavin is now engaged in business at Benridge, Minn. —Ex-Gov. W. H. Upham and General Manager C. H. Grundy of the M. & S. E. R. R., of Marshfieid, spent a few hours in that c:ty on Monday last. They also visited Nekoosa where the ex-governor attended to some business matter with the Nekoosa Paper Co. — E. A. Spafl'oid drove down from Shantytown on Monday and spent several days in the twin cities transacting business. While here Mr. Spafford let the contract of putting in about a million feet of logs in the vicinity of Spafford & Campbell's saw mill at Shantytown to Chas. Ecklund, of the tow?i of" Sigel. nave neen ,p_ i granted the past week to the following parties: Frank L. Zueck to Anna Truehler, both of Marshfield: David L. Wing to Rosa Meyer, both uf Bibcock: Joseph Swarick, of the town of Grand Rapids to Mary Hillrow, of the town of Sigel; Wm. Schacht to Katherina Kaiser, both of the town of Grand Raoids. that he will round up here again until lie gels through there. —Jacob Lutz, Jr., has had a crew of men the past week excavating and laj'ing the foundation of his bowling alley building, which he is about to erect adjoining his place of business in Grand Rapid.s. The building will be 16x8d feet and when completed will be occupied by two bowling alleys, and i then the fun will begin for lovers of that kind of sport. —The Judiciary committee of the county board of supervisors will meet j at the office of J. W. Cochran, on ) Tuesoay, November 7th, to examine j the bills of the sheriff and the jus- I lice;;' reports, preparatory to the annual meeting of the board. All such ' bills should be filed with the county 1 clerk at least ten days before the j annual meeting, as required by law, otherwise they may lay over until another session. (County papers please copy.) —The fame of the "Old Wisconse Kennels," an institution started in this city only a few months ngo, by O. W. Gothke A Co., is spreading far and wide. This week the proprietors received an order for a pointer pup clear i esota and Illinois. He informs us that from the state of Washington with in- j the company he is engaged with has and stationery free, and prides itself on the fact that it places in lucrative positions a larger per cent, of its graduates than any other school in the XortI.west. A'rtdress W. E. Allen, New College, Stevens Point, Wis. — Henry F. Xatwick returned hist Tuesday morning from a seven men tils' engagement with the Northwestern Yeast Co., manufacturers of the celebrated Yeast Foam. Henry's itinerary has taken him through four states—Michigan, Wisconsin, Minn- structions to ship one of their choicest unimals by express as soon as possible. The express charges alone, we are 'told, amounted to $24.00. O. W. Gothke & Co. have recently purchased a two acre tract of land in the outskirts of the city and are erecting thereon adtfg house fifty feet long by twenty feet wide in which they will keep their dog's during the coming- winter. grown from a little factory located down in Fond du Lac to an immense concern with one hundred thirty men on the road and an army of clerks and employes. As the advertising season is practically over, most of the men have been laid off, but as Henry likes the work and the people he is working for, doubtless he will go out a {fit MI next spring. —W. H. Cove, superintendent of the Upham furniture factory, has decided to take up his residence at Stevens Point, where he will become general manager of the Cove Manufacturing company, a recently organised corporation which wiil build a furniture factory in that city. His time expires j with the Upham company on Dec. 1-t. ] -- M«>shf:eh! .\V:r\. ' ' —T. W. Horton, a well known farmer of the town of New Rome, came to the city last Monday and had a large tumor removed from the right side of his face. The tumor had grown to be as large as a hen'.s egg, and had caused Mr. Horton no little trouble for some time ; past. Drs. Ridgeman and Harvie per! farmed the operation in a successful manner, and the patient will undoubtedly have no further trouble from that : .source. Mr. Horton was out taking a | "constitutional'' this morning and 1 SHV.S he has suffered no pain whatever. 1 and that he has been greatly surprised | and gratified at the rapid progre.-.s in I healing which the wound has made. ! —Mr>,. Fred Weaver, of Grand Rap- | ids, and Miss Laura Houston, of this j city, expect to leave next Tuesday for Seattle. Wash., the former to join her husband, who has a position in a large mercantile establishment in that city. Miss Houston has for many 3 - ears past been employed as cashier and clerk in the dry goods department of the Johnson ..V Hill Co., and has secured a similar position in a Seattle store through the influence of Mr. Weaver, with whom she formerly worked. Miss Houston will remain there an indefinite length of time and may, perhaps, decide to stay in the west permanently, "out it is hoped by her many friends here that she will decide to return to her old home and friends in this city in the not far distant future. We sell the Tally-Ho Clipper.... JOHNSON & HILL CO. Cash paid re a j s LI r c i arc no • - i f- a bo tit it— People buy our WHITE PINE AND SPRUCE EXPEGTORftNT because i'f this peculiarity we speak of - thev seem to prefer a Couyh Cure that C-T.'-K-Iv-S to anp other. We take all tho chance- the sale is not complete unless VOM are "-misjied. Try it! li alter Usin^ half a bottle yo-.i find it Tint satisfactory. ;>rin^- it back" and s^et your m- .ney. Johnson & Hill Company^ Drug Dep't, Ceutralin, Wis. DON'T BE FOOLEDI 1 he merkct i.i being flooded with worthless Imitation* of ROCKY MOUNTAIN . . .TEA . . . To protect the public we cull especial attention to our trad* mirk, printed on every pack- •fe. Demand the genuine. For Sale by all UruggiitJ. The Wheelmen of Centralia and Grand Rapids V.il1 find tide few salient reasons, why thci for their 1*99 mounts THE should select C^.^ Ota^ „ "BUILT LIKE A WATCH- the '.'<| u a 1 in m; It is the -'in spiral Sibrr tub It is n-,'. It re pro feature. Its equipment is high tires, saddles, chains and pedals. It has a broad gage guarantee, indefinitely protecting defects. It does not spend half the riding season in the repair she;). It is known :>. ..-very wheelman as honestly built, up-to-date and handsome, strong and rigid, but light running and with remarkable respon- si vcness. It runs as welt at the end of two or three years as when it was new. Its Chi'ii nless odel is the only one having interchangeable rear bevels, giving the owner two widely different gears at pleasure. If more reasons are desired they will be cheerfully furnished. A postal addressed to the factory will secure a free catalog showing the details of construction, and illustrating the various models of Chain. Chainless and Tandem types. STERLING CYCLE WORKS, Sttrli WitTof c M S ^ <hc Kenosha, Wis.

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