News: Spencer, Wisconsin (4 Aug 1905)
Surnames: Lake, Reas, Whitmore, Dygart, Raskins, Hoey, Follett, Cain, Arends, Parrett, Hubbard, Huntley, Colby, Martin, Schluenz, Oviatt, Conklin, Schussman, Johnston, Vought, Romaine, Cramer, Butters, Schugt, O'Lehr
Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Friday, August 04, 1905 | Page 2
Spencer, Wisconsin Local News
H. Lake and Bert Reas drove over from Moon Friday.
Mrs. J. Whitmore visited relatives at Loyal last week.
Mrs. W. B. Parks returned to her home at Phillips Saturday.
Mrs. L, Dygart spent several days with friends at Chelsea last week.
Mrs. E. Raskins of Ashland arrived this week for a visit with her parents.
Mrs. Bernard Hoey returned home Monday, from a week's visit at Oshkosh.
Mrs. A. W. Follett of Fond du lac is spending the week here with relatives.
Mrs. Cain and daughter Amy of Unity were guests of Spencer friends Sunday.
Horace Arends returned Friday from a two weeks vacation spent at his home at Manitowoc.
Jennie Parrett returned home Thursday from an extended visit at Sheboygan and Appleton.
Archie Whitmore, who has been n Minnesota and North Dakota the last year, came home Tuesday.
Gabe Hubbard has, purchased he residence of Henry Reas and now occupies it with his family.
Mrs. Chas. Huntley and daughter of Marsbfield spent a couple of lays here with relatives last week.
Rev. Colby of Waupaca came up Saturday and held services in the Baptist church morning and evening.
Aug. Martin and wife and daughter, Mrs. F. J. Schluenz, went to Oshkosh Monday to confer with Dr. Oviatt concerning Mrs. Martin.
Rev. Conklin went to Madison Thursday for a two weeks vacation.
L. Schussman of Sheboygan and Edgar Johnston of this place filled the Sunday appointments.
Friends of Mrs. Jas. Vought of Eagle River were notified Monday that she had died that morning The relatives are expected with the body Wednesday and the funeral will be held that afternoon.
A telegram announcing the death of E. W. Romaine of Loyal at Joeur de' Alene, Idaho, Saturday, was received here Sunday. Relatives will bring the body home for burial and are expected here Wednesday night.
NOTHING ON THE MARKET EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOL ERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY.
This fact is well known to druggists everywhere, and nine out of ten will give their customers this preparation when the best is asked for. Mr. Obe Witmer, a prominent druggist of Joplin, Mo,, in a circular to his customers, says: "There is nothing on the market in-the way of patent medicine which equals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com plaints. We sell and recommend his preparation." For sale by Sexton Bros. and H. A. Schumaker.
Town of Spencer, Wisconsin Local News
Chas. Cramer was in Wausau on official business the fore part of the week.
An enjoyable evening party occurred at the Griepentrog residence Sunday last.
Mrs. S. S. Butters and daughter Celia went to Marshfield on a shopping tour Wednesday.
A few farmers we understand, contemplate erecting windmills in the not distant future. The plan is excellent and will doubtless be adopted by many of our citizens.
Mesdames Schugt and O'Lehr of Wausau were guests of friends here the past week. Mrs. Schugt was a former resident of this neighborhood and is agreeably surprised with our advancement.
Several from this section participated in the Lutheran picnic at Colby Sunday. A Urge delegation of people sat down to well spread tables /and the tempting viands soon disappeared to the accompaniment of clicking knives and forks and hum of conversation. All join in saying, it was a grand success in every Way.
Injuries resulting from an attack of the tent caterpillar is the cause of the failure of the orchards in this community this year. This depredator probably considers that it has as much right to the product of the farm as does the farmer himself. For this reason he must make use of his artillery and ammunition to fight the enemy.
Mrs. Chas. Cramer entertained several lady friends at her home Tuesday last in honor of Mesdames Schugt and O'Lehr. As the fact that women can rarely entertain each other is too well known to merit repetition here. On their departure the dim haze that so long hovered over the neighborhood parted so as to disclose the sun in his noonday splendor, only to close again in the appearance of the light.
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