Ice-cutting resumes as men return to work

Ice cutting is in full swing again after the men were unable to work for four days on account of the recent big snow storm we had for two days last week - the snow fell in such quantities that it put a stop to log drawing as well as ice cutting for several days. Everyone was busy cutting out roads and drawing snow away. On Jan. 10, 1910 work began again as usual. Clark Leggett of Chestertown is again drawing logs. David Jones and Andrew Gates of Minerva have their ice houses filled already.

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