News: Sauerkraut City (27 Oct 1905)


Surnames: Mundt, Eide, Neinas, Puffel, Moths, Howard, Reisner, Bartz, Bealer, Degner, Wagner, Albrecht, Brown


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  10/27/1905


Robert Mundt purchased a windmill and had it set up on his place last Sat.  He is taking it easy now-a-days.


Harry Eide shipped 35 tubes of butter to Chicago and had about 14 left for the next shipment.


Chas. Neinas started to plow on the Ferd Puffel farm on Monday.


Chas. Moths hauled a windmill from Lynn, which he purchased from L.H. Howard.


Gottlieb Reisner is getting nervous over the weather because he wants to get his corn shredded.  If the weather holds out he will get the shredder next Wednesday.


Wm. Bartz and his father went out Monday looking for a pair of colts.  Guess it is pretty hard to find a match.


The young folks had a party at Gottlieb Bealer’s Saturday night.  All report a good time.


E. Neinas went to Chili Monday.  Not much going on, but he brought home a barrel of salt that he purchased of A. Degner for 90 cents.


Take it easy like Wm. Wagner, buy a gang plow of Rausch & Page at Granton.  You can batch and plow 4 acres a day.


H. Albrecht went through here Monday on business.


Mrs. Martha Neinas and Mary Brown went to Marshfield Tuesday.


Mrs. Wagner left on a visit to her folks last Tuesday.  She is expected home soon.


E. Neinas wants to buy a windmill, but doesn’t know what kind.  Better see him.


Harry Eide moved into his new house just in time to miss the big snowstorm.  Guess he feels better now.



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