News: Spokeville (26 Aug. 1901)
Contact: Marsha Hosfeld

Surnames: Stevens, Leatherdale, Mack, Bauer, Haslow, Mosted, Frasier, Miles, Covey, Marsh, Darton, Eysnogle, Baty, Jewel

----Source: The GREENWOOD GLEANER (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 Aug. 1901

Spokeville (26 Aug. 1901)

Byron Stevens and wife were Heathville visitors Sunday.

Attila Leatherdale and family made a trip to Granton Monday.

Mrs. Mack and son Nick passed through our village today.

Johnnie Bauer sold his farm to Will Haslow, consideration $2600.

Clara Mosted was visiting her sister, Mrs. Johnnie Frasier, last week.

We had a nice shower Saturday night and everything looks fresh again.

Mrs. Henry Miles has been entertaining her two nieces from Colby this last week.

Mrs. Mary Covey took the train for Marshfield to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Marsh.

Ernest Darton and mother of Beaver were the guests of A. Leatherdale and family Saturday.

Will Haslow sold his south forty to Joe Eysnogle, consideration $1800. The same piece of land was sold four years ago for $700.

Mr. and Mrs. Baty and her sister, Mrs. Ben Jewel, and husband of Richland Co. were the guests of Joe Eysnogle and family Sunday.



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