News: The Clark
Republican and Press 10-12-1899
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 10-12-1899
Fred Balch left last evening for a few days business visit at Antigo.
Miss Grace Grow is again able to be up after a severe illness of the lagrippe nature.
Geo. M. Bishop came down from Greenwood yesterday, on matters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lowe are visiting this week with friends and relatives in Chicago.
Mrs. Frank Hewitt entertained a large number of friends at Progressive euchre last Saturday evening.
Dan Higgins made a hurry-up business visit to the twin cities yesterday returning home this morning.
G. F. Smith, a former resident of this city, now employed with the Arpin Lumber Company at Marshfield, was renewing old acquaintances in town yesterday.
Mr. Jacob Jackson, a brother of O. J. Jackson, this city, drove up from him home in Taylor, Jackson county, arriving her Monday. He will remain for a short visit with the family of his brother.
Clyde Lloyd has joined the number of young people of this city attending school elsewhere. He departed Saturday for Chicago to take a year’s course in a business college of that city.
Miss Anna Jacques, of Milwaukee, is in charge of the millinery and trimming department of the Stebbin’s millinery establishment. Miss Jacques is a sister of Attorney Jacques of Neillsville. (Black River Falls Journal)
Forest Calway returned last Thursday form northern Illinois, where he concluded his summer engagement with the Gollmar Bros. circus. He played slide trombone in the band.
Victor Huntzicker arrived home Saturday from Salt Lake City for a short visit with relatives and friends. He was joined at Chicago by his sister, Miss Ollie, who returned with him from a visit at Elgin, Ill.
Capt. W. J. Brewster has sold his residence property on Fifth street to Dr. Matheson and so soon as possible will remove his family to living apartments up stairs in the Lowe building where his office is located. Dr. Matheson will move into his new home as soon as it is vacated by Capt. Brewster.
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