News: Eidsvold (7 May 1903)
Contact: Laurel Bragstad
Surnames: Broughton, Burss, Bursinski, Clark, Cornwell, Gruber, Henderson, Huls, Kowalski, Little, Nye, Robeson, Soule, Tornrose, Vandusen, Warner,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 5/12/1903
J.M. Warner has invested in a flock of sheep.
T.W. Clark is said to have sold his farm to M. Nye
Carrie Burss of Reseberg is visiting friends in this village.
Julia Cornwell is spending this week with friends in Reseberg.
C.S. Little, chairman of the town of Aurora, was an Eidsvold visitor Friday.
The town of Thorp has been divided into six road districts by the new town board.
Rev. A.B. Soule now holds services in the Union church every alternate Sunday.
Town Chairman J.M. Warner has been meeting with the county board at Neillsville.
Emil Tornrose is learning to "toot a horn" and the air is full of music out his way these days.
Geo. Huls, who is working the farms of A Gruber and B. Huls, purchased another team last week.
S.S. Warner went to Elroy on Friday, having been called there by the sudden death of a relative.
Susie Warner has been spending several days with her friend Edythe Broughton in the town of Worden.
Eidsvold now has a newsboy, one of CW. Robeson’s little sons having taken the agency for the Blade and Ledger.
W.H. Vandusen has accepted a position with M. Nye and moved to the latter’s large farm near Thorp village Thursday.
S.S. Warner had the several barns at the Park farm repainted last week. The color is red and M. Burzinski wielded the brush.
Frank Kowalski and family returned a few days ago from Chicago, whither they went last spring, and are busily engaged in farming.
J.M. Warner and Guy Warden were elected delegates to the republican county convention at the caucus held there yesterday afternoon.
John Henderson has greatly improved the appearance of his farm residence by treating the exterior to a liberal coat of paint. The color is drab.
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