News: The Clark
Republican and Press 2-10-1887
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 2-10-1887
J. H. Preston was taken suddenly ill last Friday afternoon and all hopes for his recovery were despaired of. But we are happy to announce that he is slowly improving.
Henry Rundell was in from the East Fork, Tuesday. He says the man who got his skull cracked at Button’s camp two weeks ago was back bright and early Monday, for breakfast.
Mrs. Alice Robbins,Mrs. Laura Brown, Miss Etta Bryden and Miss Lovell, took in the sights at Mr. J. H. Reddan’s logging camps in the northern part of the county first of the week.
THORP TIDINGS: Thorp, Wis., Jan. 8 - S. C. Yale, of Minneapolis, president and H. E. Burt, of Black River Falls secretary of the York Iron Company, were in this village last week and rented or leased ten acres of land from E. A. Boardman on which they will build twelve iron coal kilns in the spring. The Kilns will be located on the right-away just east of the village. Our business men are taking hold of the wood furnishing and have posters out for 500 wood choppers at good wages and cash every month. The coal kilns will add greatly to the business of our town.
Parties were is this place recently looking up a location for a brick yard. They found the clay here good, and will put a brick machine in the spring.
Hartig & Manz, brewers of Watertown, have erected a beer warehouse here and will deliver beer daily during the summer to village customers.
N. E. Wagner, our cigar maker, set up the cigars on account of his bran new girl last week.
The stave mill will put in a stock of bolts sometime between now the 1st of June.
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