- The weather has been very hot during the last few days.
- Hay-making is in full blast. The farmers are experiencing considerable difficulty in getting help to gather their unusually large crop of lucern.
- While O. A. Taylor and S. M. Wessels were enjoying an afternoon buggy ride last Sunday their horse became frightened and dashed down the street toward the depot at a lively rate. Both occupants of the vehicle were thrown out, but beyond some painful scratches and bruises, neither was seriously hurt.
- About 7 o’clock last evening George, the eleven year old son of William Blood, was severely injured by being kicked by a horse. Dr. W. F. Ingram was called and found that both bones of the right leg had been fractured between the knee and the ankle. He set the bones and left the patient as comfortable as could be expected under the circumstances
KAYSVILLE, June 14, 1890. M.
Yesterday’s Proceedings of the Stake Conference. A Horse Thief Caught--Death of Mrs. Barton--Columbian Club Exercises—Notes on the side. The unpropitious weather of yesterday...