News: Chili (23 Jan 1914)


Surnames:  Harriman, Happe, Housely, Prust, Snyder, Waterman, Baily, Lindow, Degener, Montgomery, Martin, Koser, Wendorf

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/23/1914

The Equity shipped a car stock and hogs Tuesday morning.  Herman (unable to read name) told somebody that he brought over the whole barn yard.  Accordingly he must have shipped a sample of every kind he keeps.

Some farmer said he intended to keep every calf that he gets and raise it for either milk or beef purposes.  This is something unusual.  Most of the farmers sell the calves as soon as they are fit to let go.  Some sell even before the calves are fit to be used.  Which of these is the most far seeing and consequently will be the most successful farmer in the long run?

Thode Harriman went with a car to Chicago Thursday, returning Sunday.  He says it is a hard trip since he had to travel with the local trains most all the way.

Edwin Happe had his appendix removed at the Marshfield hospital Sat. afternoon, Dr. Housely assisting.  So far he seems to get along nicely if no complications set in.

Mrs. Minnie Prust is visiting her daughter Mrs. Anthony Schuster since Saturday.

Miss Elsie Snyder of Neillsville spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Clark Waterman.

Dr. and Mrs. H.W. Housely spent Tuesday at Granton.

Mr. and Mrs. John Baily have returned from their visit with their son Elmer and family.

Mrs. Chas. Lindow spent Tuesday with her brother Edwin Happe at Marshfield.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Degener and Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Allen attended the funeral of Mrs. Montgomery of Neillsville, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Waterman spent a very pleasant evening Sunday at the John Martin home in Lynn.

Herman Koser was a business caller at Granton Tuesday.

Sunday A.W. Wendorf our station agent drove into town from the north in a rig with a long fish pole in the rear of his buggy.  It must be that he thinks the fish will com on top of the ice to bite.




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