News: The Clark
Republican and Press 7-22-1886
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 7-22-1886
Ground has been broken, and the sound of blasting rock in the bed of O’Neill Creek, for laying the water pipe is hourly heard. The bonds to the amount of $2,000 have been sold and the money is in the treasury to pay for the job.
PINE VALLEY: A small, but perhaps the largest cyclone that ever reached this section of the country passed through here Saturday, causing considerable excitement with the people’s clothes line.
Quite a number of old Beaver Dams have been discovered on what now is called Seger Creek at this place, but will perhaps go by the name of Beaver Creek hereafter.
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