News: The Clark
Republican and Press 11-14-1895
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 11-14-1895
THROWN AND NEARLY KILLED: While Walter Redmond and his mother were driving near Farning’s mill at Globe Tuesday, the colt shied, upsetting the two wheeled cart and throwing the occupants out. Walter struck his head on a log, which caused concussion of the brain. A doctor was immediately sent for and last reports are that the young man will recover, providing inflammation doesn’t set in. Mrs. Redmond was not injured.
Joseph Morley transacted business at Minneapolis the latter part of last week.
Albert Lowe of Hixton, son of James Lowe, of this city was here on a visit last week.
Mrs. Dick Boone arrived in this city yesterday from Marshfield to attend the funeral of Mrs. Balch.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charley Austin, town of Washburn, Sunday morning, Nov. 10, a boy.
A. M. Wightman and wife went to the Waupaca Soldier’s home Wednesday n=morning as inmates.
George Crothers, wife and children who have been visiting relatives at Oxford, returned home Friday.
Ernest Kihn and wife went to Granton Monday for a visit with Mrs. Kihn’s parents, returned home yesterday. Tuesday afternoon, while returning form from the cemetery, the horse Mrs. Hemphill was driving started to run away. Kicking over the thrills it was thrown and Mrs. Hemphill and daughter were saved from a serious accident.
Henry Myers who has a position as police in the state capitol at Madison, came up home Saturday to visit his wife and family and being a member of the county board Hank will remain and attend to his duties with that body this week.
J. Crawl, of Clark county, was arrested by Constable Sprague Wednesday, charged with entering thehouse of Anton Lavarde, eat of town, knocking down Lavarde’s wife and stealing some $22 which was concealed in the house. His hearing will probably be held today. (Merrillan Leader)
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