History: The Clark
County Press 5-22-1875
----Source: The Clark County Press Date: 5-22-1875
One of the naughty things done by lighting during the pleasant shower of last Monday was the striking of a tree, which it set on fire, and through it, a fence belonging to Mr. Jas. Hewett, which in the course of a couple of days set fire to the woods, and good fighting alone prevented it near approach to town on Wednesday.
Last Sunday Mr. L. J. Glass’ boy, Frankie, while playing with his little companions had his foot caught in the gearing of a horse-power, used at the brewery, tearing the heel nearly off. The wound was a very painful one, and has caused the little fellow a great amount of suffering, but he is recovering, and all feel thankful that the injury is no worse, as it is a wonder that it was not.
Mr. C. A. Youmans has gone on a ten days trip to Barron County to visit friends, and look after a homestead he has taken in that distant clime. Mr. Youmans will make a sleek looking leek digger.
R. J. MacBride and family are preparing for a visit to Philadelphia, and other eastern cities within a few weeks.
Mr. F. S. Kirkland has returned from his wanderings and taken his place within the railing at the Bank.
Miss Kittie Kirkland, so well and favorably known in this village, gave one of the most successful concerts ever given in that place at Black River Falls, on Friday evening of last week.
The overseer of highway for this road district, Mr. A. W. Loy, is now working every man he can get to turn out. He is doing good work.
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