News: The Clark Republican and Press 9-5-1895
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 9-5-1895
A FARMER BLOWN UP BY DYNAMITE: A report comes from Colby that Andrew Kreutzer of Athens, Marathon county was blown to pieces last week Thursday by an explosion of dynamite. His little son was with him was not killed buy had both arms blown off. It is impossible to tell how the accident happened, as the only witness was the little boy, who is unable to tell. Mr. Kreutzer was the father of Dist. Atty. Kreutzer of Wausau, and a highly respected citizen.
John Hoover of Lynn, drove to this city Monday.
Sadie Balch returned home from Montana Saturday.
Mrs. Geo. Michaels went to Sparta Tuesday for a visit.
Forest Calway visited in Eau Claire with relatives last week.
Lu Delano of Humbird has been visiting in this city this week.
Amelia Deutsch went to Green Grove Monday to teach school.
Robert Huyck of Humbird visited the county seat Tuesday on business.
Chris Hyslip went to La Crosse yesterday to attend the Inter State fair.
Ernest O’Neill started for Ogdensburg New York Monday, where he intends to visit for a few weeks.
Mrs. Jennie Sturdevant arrived in the city Tuesday to take charge of the ladies’ department in the bath rooms.
Mrs. Phillips, who has been visiting her parents, Peter McGinnis and wife of Nevins, returned to her home in Iola yesterday.
Mrs. William Goldammer left this city yesterday for Milwaukee, where she will spend two or three weeks visiting relatives.
Elder Pike of Chili, visited in the city Monday. He is as big a story teller as ever, and can spin asl long yarns as anyone.
Mrs. Becker, a sister of Ald. Korman, who has been visiting in this city for over four weeks, returned to her home in Chicago Saturday.
Miss Elsie King, who has been spending the summer vacation with her sister and brother in Montana, returned to her home in this city Saturday.
Addie Nell, who has been visiting relatives in this vicinity during her summer vacation, returned to West Sauperior Friday to resume her duties as principal of schools.
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