Haines, C. J.; Dean E. G. (ed.) / Rice Lake, Wisconsin
Rice Lake, Wisconsin, pp. -
isoa mi nationality- all the best and n the county are found hemlock. oak, maple, cherry, mes of their country - who bas. ood, ash, walnut, hickory, b ech, sycamore, birch, a provded themselves with good churches, pine etc. in large quantities, and it will be seen that ao.d many benevolent and s l organizations. the t~mber mentioned includes all kinds entering into in brief, is Rice Lake, a ity destined ,bynature the manufacture of any article. The advantag's here by the of enterprising me i, hcoin offered to manufacturecrs cannot be questioned. of foremost in this section f th state. The country adjacent to this city contains valuable uty of Barron has an agreeably div rsified formations of pipestone, a building material of merit; in eve azd rllig lnds Itis ateed )3. also limestone, sandstone and granite. Clay is also ns the Red Cedar and the Vermillion found of a quality suitable for brick-making purposes. r in the e rn par and the Hay river in the west- The officials governing the city at present are as fol- ern Te atertwo empjty into the Red Cedar. The lows: prnialae of the county areBeaver. Little Chetek, Mayor- Dr. T. A. Charron. e R ear and Long lakes. Long and City Clerk-Dr. W. H. Dunn. 4 Cear akesarebth beautiful bodies )fwater, and are, Attorney-C. A. Stark. in act beomng opuaras su~mmer resorts. Aside Treasurer-WN. A. Deniers. es ment one e county has Assessor-F. R. Conn. Screeks all abounding Street Commissioner-S. S. Morrison. in ain,, is. Te Rd Cda, so to speak, drains the Health Officer--Dr. B. N. Webster. entre outyan fomsan almost unlimited water Physician-Dr. 0. M. Sattre. i poervalabl fo manfacurig prpoes.Polfce-F. W. Conn. John Pedersen. in agri ulture, timber, geologChief of Fire Department-J. F. Henrich. iclec. aemos t lae. A large percentage of the Aldermen- lans i th cunt hav b ,n covered at one, time or First Ward 1-F. C. Deery, John Signor. h th hard or pine, and as this has Second Ward-Jonas anhein, 0. E. Wagnild. givn aay o h lmbermnan. the farmer hans followei Third Ward-Ph illip Jacobs, G. A. Raynor. r, and the unty now has some Fourth Ward-Edward Smith, John Tandberg. oprodn ive farms in the sate. Ther are numerous mafnuacturing institutions, all in Ta king are very fertile and a highly prosperous condition and employing large aall th cereals known to this numbers of laborers, a short description of each of ... whic appears elsewhere in this book.
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