News: Lynn (01 Dec 1905)


Surnames: Broker, Hornbeck, Washburn, Lindow, Schultz, Opelt, Wigan, Sifert, Altenburg, Downing, Brooks, Stubbs, Tremelling, Gaden, Martin, Arntz


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  12/01/1905


Aug. Broker of Lindsey transacted business here Saturday.


Mrs. S.G. Hornbeck and daughter Beulah were guests of Mrs. R.T. Washburn Sunday.


The little 5-year-old child of Emil Lindow accidentally fell into a pail of scalding hot water and was ver badly burned.  They brought him to Dr. C.L. Schultz as quickly as they could be treated.


Max Opelt supports a brand new dray wagon for his own draying.  Max receives large quantities of freight daily and it shows how prosperous he is growing each day.


Mrs. O. Wigan and Josie Rice left Tuesday for Rochelle, Ill., to visit with old friends and relatives for an indefinite time.


Rev. A. Sifert of Lindsey will give a lecture on our nation at the town hall next Friday.  There will also be an entertainment.


The hunters have all returned from Withee and they succeeded in bringin a small doe, but they can tell some skirmishing tales.


Mrs. Libbie Altenburg visited relatives at Lindsey last Sunday.


Little Hazel Washburn has been confined to the house with chicken pox.


Mrs. F.A. Downing was the guest of Mrs. R.T. Washburn one day this week.


E.F. Brooks and Aug. Arntz have shipped a number of cars of wood to different parts of Minnesota last week.


B. Stubbs, accompanied by S.G. Hornbeck of Granton, left last Friday to hunt deer in the vicinity of Greenwood.


Jim Tremelling, Geo. Brooks and Mr. Tremelling of Lindsey have returned from their deer hunt near Greenwood.


Mrs. P. Gaden and Mrs. J. Martin were Neillsville shoppers the latter part of last week.


Elmer Tremelling from Cobb, Wis., and Clyde Tremelling from Edmund are visiting their cousin J. Tremelling of this place and relatives at Lindsey.


Miss Lettie Brooks has returned home from her visit with friends at Neillsville.



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