News: Lindsey (27 Mar 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Williams, Tilton, Keilen, Riley, Simpson, Muir, Haertel, Robinson, Gotter, Hahm

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/27/1914

A Mr. Williams came on Wednesday of last week with a car of household goods and farming equipment, horses and other stock and moved onto the Lester Tilton farm just west of Lindsey and just over the county line.  He comes here from Iowa.

Mr. Keilen came with two cars of household goods, farm equipment, horses, cows and other stock Friday of last week and located on the Riley place, which, is the next farm adjoining the one described above.

Thursday of last week Mrs. Simpson and daughter Opal spent the day with Will Muir’s family.

The first rain of the season came Tuesday evening of this week and pout out the fires which were raging all around.

Edw. L. Haertel was home from Neenah the first of the week for a few days to visit his wife and new baby.

W.J. Robinson has his hands full these days looking after the young lambs and pigs.  So far he reports the loss of but one lamb and that the ewe got away in the brush and he did not know it until finding the dear lamb the next day.  He also reports that it has been an excellent winter for cutting brush.

R.F. Gotter has moved his family to Lindsey and occupies the Hahm house.  He is busily engaged in over hauling the cheese making apparatus preparatory to starting the factory by the first of April.




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