Hudson News - 3 Aug 1885
" Ilciwdx, Aug. 3, 1883. Plen.ty of rain. ' . ." ; " The grist mill has been painted. Day $ Kistler did the Avorkv Israel's wife has been quite sick with inflamation of the bowels. F. C. Howard has one of the best sawing machines ever invented: - 'Katy dlds" have been piping their notes for some time, which ': indicates early frosts. - ; - . - A child of John . Y. Smith, ' living east of Summit,' died Thursday night, aged 8 months.. - .' " .. In the foot race between allndson and a Turkey Creek boy, the - Hudson boy won by 2 to 1. - ; - . ,7'. Ten lights in a Bar Room will be rendered . Saturday eve, in Hudson, by the Howard troupe. ' ; A Ed. Mitchell will commence a select school on Monday". Aug; 10, at the brick school house In Hudson. Farmers are busy threshing their big crops of wheat, which yields as high as 33 to 38 bushels per acre. The storm last Friday did consider able) damage. The hail stripped the corn almost bare of leaves for a space of half a mile wide, amf destroyed oats f roih onerthird to one - half of the crop. and uprooted a irreat many trees. Died, in Fairfield township, July 23, Adam Shatto, aged 06 yrs, 5 jno, and 14 days. Deceased had been a sufferer from' consumption for some time. The remains were inU - rrfed at Fairfield Cen ter cemetery, on Wednesday, Rev. Shep - herd,of Waterloo.preachlng the funeral discourse.