Notes 5-4 - 1882
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 5-4 - 1882
A. S. Eaton has purchased the residence of John Honeywell, and the land adjoining. The location is a beautiful one: the house and outbuilding first-class. We congratulate neighbor Eaton on this happy purchase.
At the present writing Freddie Eaton is no better. It is strange how long his precious life hangs in the balance. We hope to hear shortly that the dreaded disease has given way and the home made again joyous and happy in the restored family circle.
Mrs. H. M. Weston started to-day for La Crosse, and will be absent several weeks.
H. Levy, of Thorp, was in town to-day , and John Honeywell, of Spencer, is visiting friends here.
M. Marvin, of Black River Falls, has moved into town and is in the employ of Jones Bros.
Mr. Lincoln, one-half mile south of town, met with quite a loss to-day. The old gentlemen is blind, and lives alone most of the time. The house took fire from a defective flue, the wind blowing a gale at the time and no assistance being at hand, nothing was saved but a trunk which Mr. Lincoln dragged from the burning building.
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