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Haines, C. J.; Dean E. G. (ed.) / Rice Lake, Wisconsin
(1898?)

[Business and professional],   pp. 24-49 ff.


Page 25

horseshoeing a specialty, corner Eau Claire street and
Wilson avenue, was born in Norway, came to America
in 1880, and settled in Rice Lake. Worked for Knapp,
Stout & Co. about 10 years when he began the present
business which has been in operation about seven years.
A picture of the shop is shown on another page. Mr.
Andersen is a first-class workman, treats everyone fairly
and is popular. He is assisted by his brother, Halder
Andersen, a bright young business man and an experi-
enced workman.
APPLETON, J., barber shop and bath rooms, Main
street, was born at Toronto, Can., removed to Michigan
when a small boy, where he remained until he came to
Wisconsin. He has been a resident of this city and in
business four years, coming here from Menomonie.
BAIER BROS., (Adam and Albert), harnessmakers,
Main street. Adam Baier, who conducts the business
here, has been a resident six years and was at Chetek,
where his brother now is, for six years. He is a native
of Germany and came to this country in 1869.
Ebeldinger, Frank, harnessmaker with this firm, is a
first-class workman.
BAILEY, A. W., has been a resident here 23 years, and
was engaged in business until a few years ago. Was
born in Andover, Mass. During the war he served in
the 53d Wis. Inf.
BAILEY, F. E., dray and bus line, dealer in ice, coal,
wood, lime, brick and cement, Newton street, near Mai[i,
has been here in business since 1876, and is also man-
ager for Standard Oil company.     He was born at
Menomonie and has served as constable for nearly 13
years. Mr. Bailey is an enthusiastic sportsman and
knows where to find the most game,
many a sportsman to the best places.
BAILEY, MRS. A. W., millinery, noti
ishings and sewing machine supplies,
York state, has been a resident 23 year,
19 years.
BANK OF RICE LAKE, established 18"
ated 1889, has a capital of $50,00 and
of $7,000. Owns the magnificent t,
block corner Main and Eau Claire str
banking house is established. It is n
backed banks in the state. The offi
Tainter, president: James Bracklin, vi
L. Everts, cashier; B. I. Bliss, assistant
E. L. Everts, cashier, is also engat
insurance business. He is a native of
in Eau Claire county, then moved to
county; in 1881 was elected to the legii
moved to Menomonie, and in 1884 was ,
master, serving four years. He is treast
Lake Water company and member of t
B. I. Bliss, assistant cashier, came
1891, and entered the bank in 1892. 1
Evansville, Ind., went to Illinois when a
remained until he came here.
BARRON COUNTY BANK, N. W. Bailey,
at corner of Main and Eau Claire stree
of $50,000. It was organized in 1882 a
bank started in the county; A. B. Bailey
Bailey is a native of Connecticut, but
Wisconsin since 1865, having been in gei
business at Richland Center in firm of I


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