A drowned horse is one of the objects in a big pile of drift below the cement mill. It came down in the flood last week. Its halter was still fastened to what was evidently a part of a stable. Mr. Geo. W. Caton, who lives near the cement mill, stretched wire between a couple of trees during the high water and caught drift wood enough to last him about ten years. The river road was filled with mud and drift in some places.
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