News: Fremont (8 Aug 1913)
Surnames: Lindow, Spiegelberg, Selk, Quicker, Boushon, Sanger, Nebel, Myers, Happe
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/08/1913
Aug. Lindow sold pigs to H. Nebel and O. Spiegelberg.
Fred Selk cut grain one day before he discovered that the sickle wasn’t in. He drives quite fast, so it is possible (Who is next?)
Louis Lindow threshed barley last Friday. The yield was fair, about 33 bushel to the acre.
Jim Quicker is operating H. Myers threshing machine with John Boushon as first engineer. Jim is a good man at the business.
Don’t forget the Equity meeting tonight, Friday. We will ship probably a mixed car of stock and sheep Tuesday morning. If you have anything to ship, notify W.R. Happe be Friday evening.
Wm. Sanger threshed 11 bushel of clover seed Monday. Three men were played out during the performance.
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