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   Wisconsin Valley Leader (Newspaper) - July 6, 1905, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin                             1.50 PER YEAR GRAND RAPIDS, JULY 6, 1905. VOL. IV. NUMBER 17 OUR ST06K Is of fine selected lumber. We can give you any sort you LUMBER In large or small quanti- ties, dressed or in the Fine Flooring, Framing: Tim- bers, Joist, Siding-, etc. Give us a trial order and see how thoroughly satisfactorily it will be filled................... Two of the best articles on Rock Cement Plaster and Paroid Roofing- always in stock.................................... WEST SIDE M. G. GORDON. Mgr. Phone 169 ISAAC P. WITTER. GEO. W. MEAD. President. VIoe-Prosident. F. H. JACKSON Co-shier Bank of Grand Rapids West Side 'x Capital Stock Surplus Established 1888 t HOME SAVINGS BANKS. BUSINESS SOLICITED. Telephone 345. Grand Rapids, Wisconsin ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft tf vii Your Groceries ol.> Chas. Persohn Sons Everything- new and fresh in staple and fancy groceries kept in stock and sold as re- sonably as they can be purchased in the city; also a big- stock of notions ot all kinds. Buy Your Cigars From Us We make the well-known "LINCOLN" and "GEO. READ" cigars, lOc goods, also the "PRIVATE the best 5-cent cigar in the market, "THE another 5-cent cigar, is a great favorite with smokers. All orders promptly filled. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft vfc vto its Chas. Persohn Sons ito V" Grand Rapids Near Green Bay Depot IT Goods; See thg Lowell Compressed Air Bug Spra yer and the Reliable Gasoline Stoves, Fully warrant ted and absolutely safe. J3C 3C 3C A. NOW IS THE TIME to get your refrigerator in place, hot weather is coining-. Call and look over our stock before it is badley broken up. We carry the largest line of Ice Cream Freezers in the city, sizes from one to eigfht quarts which can be had very low prices.......-.................... carry the celebrated Alston Mixed Paint, every gallon fully guaranteed, also Re_d Seal and Fattens Sun Proof white lead. We have added a line of Buggies, Wagons and Farm Implements to our stock, making- as complete a line as there is in the city. Our Plumbing- and tin shop is sup- plied with first-class workmen who will attend to your wants witirpromptuess. Should you want to put in a heating- plant of any description, don't forget that we are here for business, and you will find our prices right. Respectfully, Geo. W. Purrvell Gra.nd Rapids Wisconsin safety deposit vault will be built for the Owing to the strong probability of raiu use of the bank's customers, where nly a few had prepared to enter the in- private safes rented for a nominal lustrial parade at 10'o'clock, and this rental. It is the intention of the officials xlnbition was therefore not remarKably to make the offices on the second floor ttractlve. Rowland Sons and Halve! -1 equal to anythin on Moberg, the west side grocers, j part of the state, had two very attractive floats, also Geo. j W. Purnell, the east Bide hardware man, Comes to firand Rapids. i John H. Hildeman and family and Bossert Ebert, the coal and wood j depart. for )ELEBRATlbX IN GBAM) RAPIDS, j 'he Ball Game, Races ami Fire Works Principal Attractions. No elaborate preparation was made for he celebration of Independence Day in NEW BANK The First National Begins New Build- On last Thursday afternoon work was begun on the new home for the First QUITTERS AND CHANGES. Some Saloons (Juit Many Changes in Firms aud Location. July 1st, which is license pay day for BB CclcuraUOU Ul .u July 131, Wlllun IS liueiiao lw his city this year. At a late date it was j National Bank. The building will be a the Saloon9) wiuiesged more changes handsome two story stone structure I mmg refre3nment brokers in this city which will be an ornament to the city. ,mg ever occurred betore to Our Mn avunnco will hp snarpd tn make the m. _ __ __i___... ._...... ecided to celebrate, in order to Rive ome people and sueli visitors as desired o visit the city on that day, something o amuse and entertain them, and from expense will be spared to make the banking room not only beautiful but ils --otnt of view the celebration was convenient and up-to-date. The bank's min'ently successful. Many people j funds will be protected by a splebdid amein from the surrounding country steel lined vault and besides this a large nd the town appeared full of visitors. febre saloon; Joe of the kiud in th'3 knowledge. There have been too many in the business for the prosperity of all. In fact many of them found it difficult to pay the license and their profits were nil. Among those who have gone out of business are'Louis Heisler at the Green Bay depot: Mike McCarthy, opposite the Witter House; Wm. Berg in the old Le- Lukaseski ia Joe's will lealera, were well represented. In the afternoon the ball game b'e- ween Stevens Point and Grand and the races at the park attracted the attention of everybody and the down own streets during this time were de- serted. Stevens Point won the game by a score of 15 to 4, outplaying the local team at every point in the contest. Kapids. this week. Mr Hildeman has been employed in the Standard Cigar Factory for some time past, having held the position of Herman Smith, has moved from the Bogoeer building to one of Cohen's buildines on Center street. Brahmstedt Foley have bought the Jas. Mc- laughlin saloon on the west side. Jake Luiz. who owasd popular resort foreman. He thinks there'is a good the head of Front street, has sold his 33 Anniversary Wo have just passed the thirty-third anniversary of the bank, and the management takes this opportunity to thank the public for its generous patronage. Organized In 1872, the bank has passed through the two great panics, and is now furnishing the people Uiat security which experience alone can prjvide. First Nat'n'l Bank Grand Rapids, Wis. upeniug for a cigar facrory at Grand Rapids and lie one there. Mr. Bildeman has followed the trade of making cigars for many years, starting when he was quite young m the oigar factory of J. Allard in this city. His many years of experience ia the tobacco business well qualifies him to embark in The Farmers race brought out a big business well qualifies him to embark in -r. u v r the business, and if his venture at Grand field of entries, viz., Eva Mae by Iv. G. j Rg ,g a 8UCCe83 _we 8-mcerely Ratelle. Hunger by Joe Duncan, Puss by that it wjli oei_it will not be due A. H. Trotter, 'Felix B. by Geo. Baker to any lack of business ability or ex- and Dan by N.V.Blair. Eva Mae was perience on the part of Mr. Hildeman. Mr. and Mrs. Hildeman nave always vpry populsr with- the.ir neighbors r, .4 A PDMV n .i-irri first, Plunger, second, and Felix B. third. vpry popusr w- e.r negor Time I here, and they will take with them to In the green race were Tommy by P. j their new home the very best wishes of H. Davis and Jim by John Possley: Tom- j this Jnoeau Independent. my took first and j'im second money in a Mr. Hildeman is a brother of Mrs. close contest, the time oe'.ng Kieman, the west side milliner, and his business to 0. E. Krause Co. Richard Harvey, proprietor of the Dixon House buffet, is succeeded by Geo. Frechette Cc. Nate Anderson has rented the saloon in the basement of the Anderson' House to Elmer Moberg. Billy Johnson has secured the Menier saloon on Cranberry street, which is said to be the oldest saloon plant in the city. One new saloon spens for business in the Bande- line house with Fred Nelson and John Frauson as proprietors. The real exciting event was the free for all, in which were only two entries, occasional visits here have introduced him favorably to Grand Rapids business S L. Stevens' horse of Nekoosa and Gun- and professional men. He has rented a ther's horse of flausau. Mr. Stevens j comfortable house on Maple street and drove his own horse, it being the first I he and his family are already quite at race ho had ever driven in, and it proved I home m Graad Kapids. a hot contest from the start to the finish, j The flrst heat was taken by the Wausau It ia horse by a short lead: the second and Sew Clothing House. said that a new clothing house will occupy the first floor of the New Plione 554 Res. Plioue 108 W.MELVIN RUCKLE, M. D, Office Wood County Bank Building PRACTICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT Glasses Fitted and Ear to Riverview HYMENEAL. nurse auui i. itivi. iiiw -----I OCCUpy Ulc urau UUUL ui mo J.ICTY third heals was captured by Mr. Stevens ijyood County National Bank building, with plenty of room to spare. Then a dispute arose over the number of heats to be trotted, the Nekoosa man claiming the race was to be the best two in three now in course of completion. It is i expected to be in operation in time to participate in 'the fall trade. There is always room for one more and trade heats, while tie Wausau man was just as nmkes trade, every attraction helping to positive that it was the best three in rive, j jaorea3e the general volume of business. The judges decided it by dividing the money equally between the two, leaving j Stevens the winner of the race es far as trotted. That Sixty-five Hundred. is about the figure that the i estimaters are now making on the nln? race with four monies. The entries were Topsy L. by Springer, Lottie by Snyder, Chubb by Arpin, Kate by McCarthy, Pete by Walsh, Maud by Stevens and Paddy by Springer. Topsy and Kate led tue _ ,ho population of Grand Kapids. Some yet There were seven entries in the run- f I place it is as high as but the first with a single half mile dasn f figures are considered quite conservative. This would indicate guin of about 2000 in five years' time or about 45 per cent, and we will venture the assertion that no city in the state will show a much KADEL-PETEBEON. Miss Lurena Peterson, daughter of the Kev. and Mrs. P. W. Peterson, 221 Fifteenth street, was married to Benjamin C. Kadel of Waynesboro, Pa., last evening at B o'clock. The bride's father officiated at the ceremony, which was witnessed by the immed'ate relatives and a few intimate friends. After the ceremony and congratulations, a wedding supper was served. The bride and groom left last night for the east and on Satur- day they will sail for Curacao, West Indies, where Mr. Eadel goes for four months in the service of the United States weather Milwaukee Sentinel. Miss Peterson is a sister to Rev. W. A. Peterson, pastor of the Methodist church in Grand Rapids, and during her visits at his home on Oak street haa made many friends in the city. HOPKIXS-HCFFJIAK. Saturday morning at Justice B. L. Brown's office in the Mackinnou block, by prnger. opsy an field all the way, Topsy coming in first per Kate second, Lottie third, and Chuob gain. This ratio of of an unreasonable expectation. Notice to Yisitors at Hospital. visitors to the Riverview Hospital will on a very slow track was extremely j De kind enough to note the rule, that good for amateurs and the winners were J visiting hours are from 2 to 4 o'clock in mile single dash bicycle race was entered oy Geo. Blair, H. M. Cruse, j Fred Mosher and J. Cruse. The time, Blair, first, J. Cruse second, and H. M. and.from 7 to 8 o'clock in Cruse third There was a band concert in the even- ing from tbe Dixon House balcony by Clive S. Cone's .4th Regt. band of 25 pieces, the excellent music being enjoyed i the evening. Please note this. HUMPHREY BLAXCHAK. i Churcli Announcement. Andrew J. Hopkins of Meadow Valley married to Mas Lulu Huffman of Daly, Justice Brown officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins left Saturday noon for Meadow Valley where they will reside. PCOMIKE-OLSON Miss Ella Olson of Ogdensburg and Chu-lea R. Pugmire of Manawa were married at the home of the bride's cousin, Miss Flora Coinpton, on Milwau- kee street, Monday morning, Rev. Fred Staff officiating. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to the family and the few intimate friends present at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs, Pugmire left BABCOCK. F. A. Wright went to Necedah the flrst of last week. Mrs. Sam Griffith and daughter, Mrs. James Griffith, of New Lisbon, went to vour city the middle of last week. May Lombard went to Necedah the middle of last week. .Citizens of this village were grieved.to here that on Wednesday of last week, A. Kelk, a brakemao, was instantly killed near Cassian while on duty. His re- mains were tsken through here On No. 8 Thursday to his home at New Lisbon, and was buried Friday in that village. Mr. Kelk was well known here, and had many friends. Josie juombard came up from Tomah Thursday of week. Mrs. Tom Law went to Sun Prairie last week, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ed Erricksou. Hugh McLaugtttn''of Pittsville, was here the las', of last week. Miss Elizabeth Sullivan went to Grand Morning's Kapids Friday. H. Soper of Wausau, visited here last week. Miss Eva Miller was a caller in the Rapids Friday. Mrs. Henry Tombs and family went to Tomah last week to spend a few weeks. Oscar Rimie aud family spent one day last week with relatives here. Our post-office has underwent some fine repairs which will be credited to Dr. v me CcrcUluU v. jjii i auu 111.1; The regular services of the Baptist -n the afternoon for Big Falls, Wis., pieces, the excellent music being enjoyed church wju be at Spafford's Hall, I where tbev make theu. uome. by a great crowd of people gathered in follows. pQbiic worship at j "_--------------------. the neighboring streets and yards. i a.m. Sunday School at a. Announcements Church of Ch: A. H. Morse, P.M. Jay Aldrich and family went to visit his parents in Sleepy Eye. Minn. Jay anticipates going on to Portland, Oregon, before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. John Kice of Iowa, are visiting the latter's brother and sister. Miss Anna Davis and son are here from Los Angeles, California, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Tom Winters. Anna was raised here in her childhood days, and her many old friends are de- lighted ta meet her again after six years absence. j a.m. Sunday School at a. Young People's meeting at p. i m. and evening service at Sermon 'A Prisoner of Jesus Evening, "Vacation Time.'' always welcome. a sound since the sailors of the Russian Black Sea fieet dumped their com- and festivities lasted until a late hour. The house was crowded and nothing occurred to mar the pleasures of the participants.____________. Free For One Week. Enlarged pictures iu Crayon or Pastel done free from the 6tu to the 13th of July. Leave orders with H. F, Lipchow opposite Centralia Hardware Co'a store. Bitten By a Tarantula. A. J. Nichols, the proprietor of the Front street restaurant in the CT. W. Davis old stand, was bitten on the baek of his left hand by a tarantula Wednes- day morning, which was hidden in a bunch of bananas he was sorting. Mr. Nichols realized at once that he had been "up against" a poisonous proposition, and ho bandaged the wrist to stop circulation and sucked the wound in an endeavor to extract the poison. He then telephoned Or. Rockwell, who hastened cauterize the wound and administer I antidotes for the poison, The great poisonous spider was captured and bottled and seems to be a splendid suor'men of thw Insect. Early in the evening Geo. W. Mead, who had charge of the fire works dis- play, assembled his ammunition on the j morn, banks of the river below the Commercial j FvpninB tlouse and began the exhibition with a few hot air baloon ascensions, followed by a great variety of pyrotechnics, which j Good Mutineers, was witnessed by crowds of people, Mutiny has not half so ing both banks of the river. After the fire works many young j people assembled m the opera house j manders. In doing so they evened up where Cone's orchestra furnished the I long scores of abuse, in comparison with finest article of music that the people of I which the violent acts of the sailors this citv have danced to for a long time, seems almost like virtues. According to some authorities on international law these, mutinous crews, now controling the Black Sea, are pirates. It ia a most peculiar complication, viewed from an American standpoint, aud would scarcely be posible in our navy. The world will be careful in its dealings with the pirates, because they may soon represent the regular government, of Russia. Farmers' Institutes For Any farmer or public-spirited business man in Wisconsin who wishes to secure an Institute for his locality during the winter season of should send to us for a blank petition and letter of information. Any town, no matter how small or far from the railroad, is entitled to an Institute, provided it is located in a farming district and haa a good ha'l in which a meeting can oe held. Farmers should- talk thia matter up Announcements Church of Christ. Thursday evening, 7 o'clock choir practice; S o'clock prayer meeting, topic nsU to "Large Life In a Small Place" lesson! Mrs. Sherwood of Stevens Point is here visiting her brother, Pet Crotteau. Margret Sullivan went to Necedah Sat urday. Charles Porter and family started for a [is parents in Iowa Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Remhoidt are Matt. j vjsjting their daughter at Feud du Lac. Lord's day, Sunday school a. m., j Qlarey was the guest of Maggie preaching and Lord's Supper, "Co operation" 3 p. Junior C. E. Miss Alma Eggert, Supt., topic "What to Choose" Deut. 20. At this meeting officers will be chosen and the work thoroughly organized. regular preaching-, an illustrated sermon "The Character Line." Wednesday aftornoon, regular meet- ing of "Christian Workers" at the home of Mrs. Dunavan. Remember all our services except the Ladles Auxiliary are held in the G. A. R. hall. with their neighbors aud if the sentiment seems favorable for an Institute for their town they should write us at once for .application blank. Address all communications to OKD. MdiKimow, Stipt.. Madison, Wis. Noltner Saturday. L. Ward was a busiaess caller in Ne- cedah Saturday. Miss Nooney of Necedah, visited at the Lacey borne last week. A saloon of John Gunds burnt to the ground about o'clock Sunday morn- V. Law visited his brother, Oscar, of lug. Marriage Licenses. Andrew J. Hopkins of Meadow Valley, I at the A. Miller home. Nekoosa Sunday. Messrs, and Mesdamea Noltner, Griber and Sullivan attended the ball game at Nekoosa Sunday, and had a royal good time. Mrs. Seyerson and two daughters of Janesville, spent the 4th here, the guests to Lulu Hoffman of Babcock. Martian Witt of Portage county, Martha Henke of Nekoosa. Births. daughter to Mr. and MM. Joe Glice went to Merrill Sunday to j for a few days vHit. There being no celebration here the 4th, quite a number went to different neighboring towns. All reporting a Mrs. Richard Johnston, of Front street, Sunday. sou to Mr. and Mrs. George Urubaker of Fond du Lac. Mrs. Brub'.iker was formerly Miss Nellie Payne of this city. daughter to Mr. and Mrs. B. O'Day this, Thursday, morning. good time. Society Notices. The west sidejlao'les old society ot the Congregational'church will meet Wed- nesday afternoon with Mrs. Ernestine Fontaine. Tho east side ladies aid society of the M. K. church will meet Wednesday daughter to Mr, mid afternoon with Mrs. M. Pillar. Mrs. 1'eter Chrlstman, Wednesday. The Indies aid society, Baptist, will STKINKK-A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. meet Wfdnesday afternoon with Mrs. K. Stcinko of Kollner, Saturday. I A.   

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