News: The Clark
Republican and Press 5-23-1894
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 5-23-1894
Mr. Waterbury of Loyal, transacted business at the county seat Saturday last. It is reported that he has been left a large amount of money, etc., by deceased relatives in the east, where he will go to receive his allotment.
Last week Warran Bullard was saying some panels on the re saw at the furniture factory and got his wrist where the board ought to have been. By doing so he nearly cut his hand off, and now carries it in a sling.
The racing team of the Neillsville Wheelmen are entered for the Cedarburg-Milwaukee road race to be run June 16th. The course lacks 800 feet of being 16 miles in length. The entries now number 275.
Joe. Marsh, the Spokeville wheelman, drove in on his wheel Saturday, returning in the evening. "Fatty" says he has ordered a 26 ob. "Luminum " bicycle - is he taking Anti-fat?
Fred Huntzicker received a Columbia racer Monday, weight 21 lbs.
Will Eilert has ordered a 26 ob. Luminum bicycle, which he expects in a few days.
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