News: The Clark Republican and Press 9-18-1895
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 9-18-1895
Frank Hitchcock of Rib Lake, spent Sunday in this city with relatives.
Mrs. John Paulus went to Marshfield yesterday for a few day’s visit.
Mrs. Campbell, mother of Mrs. Ed Bruley, went to Milwaukee Monday.
Cora Dopp went to Wausau Tuesday, where she will teach school this term.
Will Palmer went to Fairchild Monday to do business in the life insurance line.
Mrs. J. Sones of La Crosse, arrived in this city Tuesday and is the guest of Mrs. Thos. Kerns.
Mrs. L. J. Glass went to Milwaukee Monday to visit relatives and attend the state fair.
William Zassenhaus went to Milwaukee Monday to visit his daughter and attend the fair.
Henry Moe of Nevins, was in the city Saturday shaking hands with his many acquaintances.
Mr. Mac K. Andrews has entered the Wisconsin Business University at La Crosse. Quite a number of others expect to enter in the near future.
O, be joyful, Pete Johnson has finally got a sidewalk down in front of his new building. Anyone but an ex-alderman would have had to put one down a month ago.
Ira Mc Intire returned home from Milwaukee last week Thursday, where he had been about three weeks having his eyes treated. He returned with his sight much restored.
The ever to be remembered an genial Charley Breed, who has been spending several weeks on the Pacific coast, returned home Friday last, with his nose pealed. He says it was frost bitten in San Francisco one day last week. Of course we would not think it other wise of that genial disposition, scanty haired old dove, not much. He ways he came home to move his wife and effects to his new love of a country in California, and that he will take his departure hence within two weeks if possible. The entire populace will regret to see Mr. Breed and his estimable wife leave this community to make their home in the far west, so we cannot daily behold the smiling - nay, grinning countenance of the genius with the strawberry hued complexion. Not so, Charles, change your tactics and bear your compass to Wisconsin soil for a time longer at least, and let us warble forth melodies together, spin yarns, etc. some more.
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