Haines, C. J.; Dean E. G. (ed.) / Rice Lake, Wisconsin
[Rice Lake, Wisconsin businesses], pp. 16-24
iiiiiiii~i i:';!i ;.. . ." ../ . ......... .. Sy, came to America in 185, and entered at Nashville, Iowa, and went to New York State when a the company. Has been fhee ur years. a child and remained until four and it half years ago, Lclerk in grocery department is a when he came here and entered the employ of the com- v a came to America in 1S&7. He pany. He attended University two years before coming s t years at Reads Landing, Minn., and then here. e hthe employ of the company. West, C. E., manager of the hardware department, was Hve been appreciated and thefore he re- born at Plymouth, Wis, taught school four years at Cedar A picture of his residence appears in Falls, Wis., and nine years ago entered employ of this thi b -company at Menomonie and a little later came here. He is J. W., manager of the merchandising de- city superintendent of schools and clerk of the school partmnt, abrn at Washington, Pa., and came west board, and also assistant chief of the fire department. ng at Ft. Madison, Iowa, where he re- + m 1 yer andt the entered the employ of this + C i ant located at Chetek, remaining 10 years, and then c e he aice Lake, al as M e omoonle Ra Pforeman of carpenter shop, was roa Copainy, bor inNoway cme to America in 1880, locating in thi ciy, nd nteingth employ of the company. He Organized ini 1893, and constructed the railroad from Rice ba benaleranfour years. Lake to Cameron, where it connects with aill passenger a uperintdent flouring mill, was born trains on the Soo road. It is the intention of the con- to America in 1852. He has been pany in the inear future to extend to M nomonie on the nsin I57, and with this conpay south and to Hayward on th north, lines having already snever seeking any office e has been surveyed. This is a Rice Lake institution, and was c ser as mayor,. member and presi- constructed to benefit this town. The officers at present dent f th schol bardare: George Fuller, president; J. E. Horsman, secre- Spooer, iss ele clrk in dry goods departm-ent, tary;, M. P. Barry, general manager; H. E. Clark, chief was ornat looerhas resided here three years and engineer. The offices and depot are located on south in te stre ne yarside, but it is intended in the near future to build a new Waton T F, hndbookkeeper, was born in Goodhue and larger depot and office buildings on the north side. couny, Mnn.,Marh, 1859, has been with the corn- The company's facilities for handling traffic are excep- pany16 ear an a esidnt eve yers.tioually good and they are receiving a good business. Webter W.E.,clek n gocey dparmet, was born The Western Express company operates onl this lie.
Based on date of publication, this material is presumed to be in the public domain.| For information on re-use, see http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/Copyright