News: Granton Locals (8 Apr 1910)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Williams, Stillman, Lindsey, Handt, Tompkins, Huff, Hart, Mac Bride, Marsh, Reiff, Schlinsog, Covey, Tuft, Wright, Ide, Wage, Goebel, Garbush, Martin, Waterman, Paulson, Riedel, Lange, Kemena, Moench, Brown, McConnaughey, Flynn, Page, Schwartz, Bohlman, Grasser, Wood, Kurzrok, Welsh, Witte, Beeckler, Ross, Morris, Kimball, Davis, Wallace, Cole, Mabie, Beecher, Downer, Trimberger, Crego, Cossin, Holmes, Kimball, Roscoe, Amidon, Youmans, Campbell, Rose, Hobson, Gareth, Beaver, Weeks, Schoengarth, Huntley, McIntire, Schnare,
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) April 8, 1910
Granton Locals (8 April 1910)
Henry Williams went to Neillsville on Wed., to see his best girl.
Dr. Stillman spent a couple of days of this week at Bethel.
The latest styles in Ladies’ long tan coats $10.00 to $25.00.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lindsey of Minneapolis after a two weeks’ visit at Fred Handt’s left for home on Monday.
"Rusty" Tompkins left for Fargo, N. Dak., last Sunday for a short visit to friends.
Mrs. Will Huff and children left on Wednesday, for their home in the Saskatchewan Dist. of Canada.
Miss Jennie Hart of Humbird was the guest of relatives here between trains, last Sat. afternoon.
Mrs. Frances Mac Bride spent several days of the week with friends at Neillsville.
Ladies black and colored capes $6.50 t o $10.00 at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co
The Grant German Lutheran School of Rev. Reiff’s parish will reopen next Monday.
Mrs. William Schlinsog went to Greenwood last Saturday to spend a few days and attend the celebration on Sunday of the third anniversary of her son William’s marriage.
Mrs. Mary Covey of Marshfield and her daughter Mrs. W. S. Tufts of Withee arrived here last Friday and remained until Tuesday noon, visiting at John Wright’s, Cash Ide’s and T. D. Wage’s.
Mrs. J. Reiff and son Edward went to Wausau Friday for a few days visit with relatives.
Bertha Goebel after a weeks visit at home returned to Milwaukee early Monday morning.
Mrs. Dave Garbush and daughter Clara returned home Saturday evening from their visit in Sheboygan County.
Do not forget to feed Martin’s Calf Food to your calves.
Miss Mary Waterman is assisting Mrs. Ross Paulson in the care of little Raymond, since Monday.
Miss Laura Riedel after a week’s visit under the parental roof returned to Oshkosh on Monday.
Rev. J. Reiff of this place, Rev. Lange of Loyal, and Rev. Kemena of Nasonville went to Clintonville Monday to attend conference and visit Rev. Leo Moench.
Mrs. Dave Brown, Mrs. G. J. Hart and Mrs. McConnaughey all of Neillsville, spent Thursday here at Mrs. Laura Brown’s.
Arthur Flynn of Neillsville has been spending the past two weeks with his friend Leland Page, helping him through seeding.
Mrs. Fred Riedel returned home on Monday from an over Sunday visit with her nephew, Albert Schwartz in Greenwood.
Chamois gloves 50c pair at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods, Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bohlman, Wm. Bohlman, and Miss Augusta Bohlman, who were enroute from Marion, Wis. to Everett, Wash., stopped off here on Monday and made a couple days visit to relatives in the Mike Grasser family.
Frank Wood visited relatives at Chili, this week.
New spring Millinery is now on display at Miss Flora Kurzrok’s.
Mrs. Mabel Welsh has suffered with the grippe the past week.
Girl wanted for general housework. Inquire of H. C. Witte, Granton, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. Price Beeckler left Saturday morning for their new home in Greenwood where Price has a job as a cheesemaker.
Dr. P. M. Ross purchased the house he has occupied for the past five months, last week, of Levi G. Morris.
Black or tan Oxfords and buckle strap pumps $2.00 to $3.50 at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.
Miss Gertrude Kimball came home from (blank space) where she is teaching, last Friday, to spend her week of vacation, in the W. S. Davis home.
Avery Wallace came up from Alma Center and made an over Sunday visit at home.
Mrs. Hale Davis and her sister, Myrtle Cole, came home on Wednesday, from Minneapolis, where they had been on a visit to relatives.
Rajah Silk 27 inches wide 50c yd., Silk Poplins 27 inches wide, all colors 65c per yard, Silk Foulards 27 inches wide, all colors, 75c to $1 per yard, Ogama Silk, 27 inches wide, all colors, 35c per yard. W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.
Albert Mabie purchased of Dr. Stillman early this week the building recently occupied by the Dr. as an office, and will move it onto a lot which he owns, between the R. C. Beecher and H. Downer homes where he will fit it up for a dwelling for his own occupancy.
Mrs. John Trimberger and son Hugo went to Greenwood and made an over Sunday visit at the Albert Schwartz’ whose infant daughter and only child, born after sixteen years of married life, was christened last Sunday. Mrs. Trimberger is a sister of Mrs. Schwartz’s.
Mercerized Poplins all colors, 27 inches wide, 25c yd. Egyptian Ginghams, all colors, 32 inches wide, 25c yd, Figured Organdies all colors, 30 in. wide, 15c per yd, French Crash, all colors, 30 9inches wide, @ 25c per yard at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.
Silk Umbrellas $1.00, $1.25 up to $3.50 at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Company.
Read the advertisements!
Miss Elinor Crego went to Menomonee Wednesday for a visit with relatives residing there.
If you wish to see the most beautiful line of black and fancy hosiery, go to W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Company.
Mrs. Cossin of Fond du Lac, after a six day visit here at H. B. Holmes’ left for home on Tuesday.
The Misses Emma and Gertrude Kimball went to Merrillan on Tuesday to visit their aunt, Mrs. Roscoe.
Use Prussian Cough and Distemper Cure for your horses; 50c per package at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Mrs. Nettie Youmans and daughter Viola are spending the day at W. S. Davis’.
Miss Grace Campbell returned home on Tuesday, from a visit at Humbird.
For Sale; Oderbaker seed barley, also a quantity of hay. Inquire of W. D. Rose.
Dr. Hobson’s guaranteed Eczema cure at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Milton Gareth of Milo N. D. bought a 150 acre farm in the Town of Lynn of H. E. Williams and took possession of same last Sat.
We made a mistake in last week’s issue when we said that Mike Grasser’s team was tied to a post in front of Geo. Beaver’s saloon just before they made up their mind to run away. The horses were in the sheds. We are asked to make this correction because there are no posts in front of that place and then someone might think that Mike was acquiring bad habits in his old age. Those who know him know better.
F. Weeks dentist, Neillsville. Phone 149 - Office in Schoengarth building
George Huntley, who went to Fort Jackson, N. Y., several weeks since, in response to news of his brother Silas’ serious illness; arrived there too late to see his brother alive. He joined the funeral party at the cemetery before interment, though. George will visit his sister Mrs. McIntire, of that place and may stay several weeks longer.
Money refunded on Dr. Hobson’s Eczema Cure, if it fails to cure. Amidon’s Drug Store
Announcement: I wish to announce to the public of Granton and vicinity that I have succeeded L. E. Schnare of this village in the General Mercantile business, and will try to keep up in fair, square and honest dealings in every respect and try to give my customers fair dealing. Will have a complete line of spring goods here in a few days and kindly invite your inspection. Herman C. Witte, Granton, Wis.
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