News: Lindsey (31 Jan 1913)


Surnames: Hagan, Hartl, Maxfield, Elwood, Seifert


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  01/31/1913


Mr. I. Hagan asked a score of his neighbors to come Thursday and assist him in raising a log house in his place south of Lindsey.  They put up a neat building and then all remained for supper except Will Hartl, who was afraid and went home.


The Lindsey Telephone Co. held their annual meeting Friday.  The officers were re-elected.


Ed Maxfield is moving to Sheldon to work in a mill.


O.B. Elwood is loading two cars of stock and movables here and will go onto a stock farm in Iowa.


Art Seifert, the bachelor hunter of Clark County, is going to Milwaukee to work at his trade for a time.


Religious fervor has evidently taken a slump when they load up a church and haul it out.


This is the blacksmith’s harvest as horses can’t stay on the icy ground without being shod.



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