News: Eidsvold, Wis. (22 June 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn



Surnames: Anderson, Graham, Kronberg, Christianson, Warner, Ruscher, Brown, Taylor, Hadlay, Doherty, Poquette, Calkins, Skaugstad, Jordan


----Source: Greenwood Gleaner‏ (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 22 June 1900


Eidsvold, Wisconsin


Chas. Anderson and E. Graham of Stanley, are building large and suitable dwellings on their respective farms in the town of Thorp, which they intend to occupy as soon as completed.


The S. L. congregation now hold services in their new church building.


Mrs. Anna Kronberg is building a large barn on her farm in the eastern part of the town of Thorp. Her son, Mike Kronberg, is building a large new house.


Not to be outdone by his neighbors, Oscar Christianson is building an addition to his house for kitchen purposes.


The W. C. Ry. Co. are putting in a new steel bridge across the north fork of the Eau Claire river at this place.


Stanley people are dong considerable kicking about the depot at that place. Eidsvold people would appreciate any old kind of a depot.


Bill And Susan Warner and Bert and Myrtie Ruscher attended a social gathering at the residence of Roy Brown and wife in the town of Reseberg, Saturday night.


Miss Taylor of Eau Claire, is here, the guest of Miss Myrtle Hadlay.


Gus Anderson sold a span of horses to Mr. Doherty of Stanley last week. Consideration $200.


Martha Poquette, a former Eidsvold girl, but now of Stillwater, Minn., is paying old friends here a visit.


Bill Warner drove to Longwood, Monday.


Otto Warner and family, W. H. Brown and wife, Willie Warner and Willie Calkins went to Brown's lake for an outing Saturday.


Chris Skaugstad had a lively runaway one day last week.


James Jordan is building a residence 16x24 feet is size on the sight of the one recently burned.



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