News: The Clark Republican and Press 4-11-1895

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----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 4-11-1895

Treasurer Fred Roth of the city of Colby, is reported to be short in his accounts with that city in the sum of $627.52, and his resignation asked for by the council, which was tendered to that body and accepted. Frank Zunstabl was appointed to fill the vacancy.

Alex Halverson is having his timbers and lumber, which has been laying around on the old Reddan house lot all the spring moved onto a lot near the Markey saloon, where he will erect a two story building, the lower part of which will probably be used for a harness shop.

WILCOX: C. M. Campbell nursed a very sore thumb the past week.

Berthe Redmond came down from Thorp last week for a visit with relatives and friends.

Jennie Budge has recovered from her recent illness and is staying with her uncle at present. She intends to accompany her mother to Scotland soon.

Seth Chapel continues to haul logs to Granton.

Herb Gibson and Chester Quackettboss (?) made a business trip to Marshfield last Thursday.

Mrs. Henry Ide has a sister from Black River Falls visiting her.

Leo Chapel gave a candy pull last Wednesday evening.

W. H. Souters left Tuesday for Walnut Grove, Minn, on a visit.

CURTIS: Grace Tutles is dangerously ill with lung fever.

Mrs. Guy Hawks and Minnie Skidmore attended teachers’ examination at Medford last Friday and Saturday.

Anna Vuch attended teachers’ examination at Medford.

Lena Paulson has gone to Oshkosh to make her home with her brother.



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