Haines, C. J.; Dean E. G. (ed.) / Rice Lake, Wisconsin
[Business and professional], pp. 24-49 ff.
6ed Fe] xchang manage oll line fl1" 1 on, secretary; er, Main stree s resided here 2 was formerly ir served in th in in 35 vener so last 15 of which he has been at Rice Lake. For 10 of years he operated a meat market, when he started n present business. He is at present erecting a two story Ie brick basiness builling at a cost of $3,500. He served e two terms on the city council when Rice Lake was first g incorporated. g BoRNHEIMER & FINSTERWALDER, bakers, grocers and confectioners, Main street, have been in business three b. years. BONE. CHAS. F., publisher and editor of the Rice r. Lake Times, began his newspaper career as a printer's es devil, and was the first person to set type in Barron s, county. He came here in 1874 and formerly ran The tt Chronotype for nine years. The Times was started in e, 1884 by Chas. W. Angel and taken by Mr. Bone in 1887. He has been chairman of the town and mayor of the city, and is one of the most influential newspaper men in North Wisconsin. The Times is the only democratic 20 newspaper in Barron county. a le BoEGEN, H. P., livery, feed and sale stable, corner al Marshall street and Wilson avenue, has been in business ed here four years. Also runs stage line from Rice Lake to Grattan and Nobleton P. 0., Long Lake. He came to t America from Norway in 1870; settled in Rice Lake in 1873 and worked for Knapp, Stout & Co. 15 years. Was in with the American Hospital Aid Association of Ean ar Claire two years, and was with the Union Hospital Co., of Minneapolis one year. Returning here he started in ,n- business in 1892, and built the large barn the following S, W. W., dealer in groceries, fruits, con-
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