News: Beaver Twp. (23 Feb 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn

Surnames: McCabe, Scovil, Bidwell, Lloyd, Cook, Redwine, Hubbell, LaTart, Howe, Brinneman, Vine, Steenburg

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner, 23 Feb 1900

Beaver Local News

Mrs. McCabe and son, of Loyal visited with Mr. Scovil’s people Sunday

Eugene Bidwell started for home this morning.

E. Scovil has finished his winter’s work for Geo. Meek.

Mr. Lloyd’s hired man was seen on our streets Sunday.

Mr. L. Cook and sister, Greenwood, spent Sunday evening at Mr. LaTart’s.

J. Redwine has gone up to Meek’s camp to put in the rest of his winter’s work.

Miss Winnie Hubbell staid at Mr. LaTart over Sunday.

The train did not come up Saturday, on account of the supply of logs. There were not enough logs of one kind to make up a load.

There are only three days of school this week. School will be out on Wednesday. "Washington’s Birthday" will be celebrated by the school Wednesday afternoon.

Mrs. Jas. Howe and Mrs. Fred Cox visited with Brinneman’s folks Sunday.

Gus Vine, the hustling farmer of the tote road, was seen on our streets Sunday.

Mrs. Chas. Steenburg, accompanied by her daughter and brother, visited the school Monday.



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