News: Stanley - Large Tannery Plant (1896)
Transcriber: Ellen Johnson
----Source: The Superior times. [volume], May 30, 1896
BOOM FOR STANLEY.
Large Tannery Plant to be established
Stanley, Wis.. May 26th. (Special.)
One of the largest tannery plants in the state is being erected at Stanley by the
United States Leather company. It is
reported that steam will be put on for
the first time the first eeek in June.
Jerry Carey of Eidsvold had his thumb cut off while working in the bark Woods near Perkinstown.
The second annual reunion of the
Modern Woodmen of America of Clark
and Chippewa counties will be held at
Stanley June I6. The local camp has
prepared an elaborate programme.
The work of grading the Stanley, Merrill & Phillips railroad is being vigorously pushed. It is intended to extend
the track several miles this season.
Ex Secretary of State T. .1. Cunningham has become editor of the Stanley Journal.
Bridgeman Bros, of Chippewa Falls have begun the publication of the Stanley Republican at Stanley.
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