News: Fremont (11 Apr 1913)


Surnames: Lindow, Foemmel, Fenske, Millholm, Portz, Hotchkiss, Henning, Muir


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  04/11/1913


Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lindow, Mr. and Mrs. August Foemmel, Alb. Fenske, d. Millholm and H. portz went to Marshfield on business Saturday.


Gus Lindow lost a valuable horse through sleeping sickness last Thursday.


Pete Hotchkiss looked over the roads in the S.E. part of the town on Monday, where they are in bad shape.  He reports seeing a hat in the center of the road under which he found a man riding on a load of hay, the mud being so deep that just the man’s hat appeared above the mud.  Now if anyone else told us this we would not believe it, but as Pete has no bad habits outside of being bashful, for which he has a good reason, we will give him credit for trying to tell the truth.


School District No. 3 will give a pie social and entertainment next Tuesday, the 15th.  Pie will be sold by the foot, so bring your pie faces and get them filled below cost.


John Henning has solved the hired man problem.


Ben Muir barely escaped being assassinated in Chili last Saturday evening.  A 4 inch left hand monkey wrench was pointed at his stomach, the trigger was pulled four times.  Up to the present time Ben hasn’t felt any effects of the charge.



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