News: Tioga, Wis. (7 Sept. 1900)


Contact: Duane Horn


Surnames: Johnson, McCarty, Carleton, Westphal, Sprague, Bolton, Ayers, Einfeldt, Foster, Loy, Frodhlich, Slover, Young 

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 7 Sept. 1900




School commenenced Monday with Miss Johnson of Neillsville, as teacher.


Mr. Einfeldt of Greenwood, was here on business last week.


A. H. McCarty of Longwood, was here Friday looking over land and visiting at C. F. Carleton's.


Wm. Westphal has moved in his new house. There was a surprise party there Saturday night.


Mrs. Sprague and Mrs. Bolton attended camp meeting at York Center and visited relatives at Loyal last week.


Lou Ayers of Neillsville was seen on our streets Wednesday.


N. C. Foster commenced the new depot building Monday.


They are plastering the hotel. S. Loy of Neillsville, is doing the work.


C. Frodhlich went to Neillsville with a load of sheep Saturday.


Wm. Slover is building a hundred and twenty rods of turnpike for the town of Eaton.


Otis Young spent Sunday at home. 



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