News: Granton Locals (10 Jun 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Gerzemehl, Frei, Kintzele, Witte, Cattanach, Kimball, Fraser, Stallman, Wood, Brooks, Grasser, Neinas, Peters, Schoengarth, Kihn, Canfield, Blake, Riedel, Amidon, Henning, Hart, Woelffer, Rose, Bergeman, Davis, Kemmeter, Brown, Snyder, Dost, Howard, Campman, Beaver, Budge, Carnupp, Pierce, Wage, Thiede, Breed, Lapp, Denham, Page, Moench, Fulwiler, Wonser, Marsh, Slocomb, Schaefer, Kurth, Roder, Reiff, Uhlman, Kuechenmeister, Hantke, Lavey, Hefty, Ross, Whitcomb, Kelicut, Moh, Guk, Hammler, Kemena, Lange, Schulz, Opelt,
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) June 10, 1910
Granton Locals (10 June 1910)
Ernest Gerzemehl went to Marshfield Tuesday.
Geo. Frei is having his new barn painted.
Mrs. John P. Kintzele is reported to be on the sick list.
New goods at Witte’s Cash Store daily
Mr. and Mrs. John Cattanach of Nasonville visited relatives here last Sunday.
Gertrude Kimball came home from Crandon late last week where she has been teaching the past year.
Jessie Fraser is here from Chili visiting her brother George and his wife.
Arthur Stallman came home from Altoona late last week on a short vacation visit.
If you want a good smoke try Special Londres, The Little Wm. Penn, or Cinco at the drug store.
Miss Vada Wood returned to Neillsville Tuesday, after a several days visit to friends here.
Miss Pearl Brooks went to Neillsville Wednesday for an indefinite stay with her grandma Brooks.
Men’s dress shirts value up to 85c, going at 39c, at Witte’s.
For headache, neuralgia, etc., use Shac. Never fails to give relief.
Mrs. Mike Grasser and daughter Mollie spent Sunday with friends at Neillsville.
Mr. Chas. Neinas and daughter Lydia went to Appleton, Wed., for a weeks visit with Mrs. Mary Peters.
Judge O. W. Schoengarth autoed out from Neillsville with his parents and spent Sunday with friends.
Mrs. Ernest Kihn of Park Falls attended the funeral of her brother Judson Canfield here last week and remained until Saturday visiting among relatives.
Mrs. W. F. Blake of Chicago arrived here on Monday for an extended visit with her mother Mrs. Riedel and other relatives.
Try Amidon’s fly dope at my expense. If not satisfied, your money will be refunded.
Ila Fraser and her niece Gladys Henning came over from Chili last Saturday and made a several days visit at Geo. Fraser’s.
Fred Hart went to Humbird Tuesday and joined his family who went over late last week for a weeks visit among relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Woelffer and little daughters drove out from Neillsville and spent Sunday picnicking with Rev. Reiff’s congregation and their many friends.
Chas Neinas, George Rose and Gus Bergeman drove to Greenwood on a business trip, Tuesday.
Lew Davis came up from Madison Wednesday morning and will remain until Saturday, when he goes to Montana.
Mrs. P. J. Kemmeter entertained the Circle, Wednesday afternoon.
Pineapple at Witte’s cheap; get your supply now.
Mrs. Laura Brown left on Tuesday for a several weeks visiting and pleasure trip to various Minnesota and Dakota points.
Miss Clara Snyder of Milwaukee joined Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dost here last week Thursday and will accompany them to Minneapolis in a few days.
The Mesdames L. H. Howard and W. A. Campman drove over from Neillsville and spent Tuesday here among relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Beaver drove to Loyal Tuesday and attended the wedding of one of Mr. Beaver’s brothers there that day.
Nothing like Nyal’s Kidney pill for a lame back, rheumatism, etc., every box guaranteed by Amidon
New Idea patterns 10c only at Witte’s
Mrs. Geo. Budge, Mrs. Carnupp and daughter Helen of St. Paul came last Friday and spent several days at the W. S. Davis home.
Mrs. Norman Pierce came down from Duluth Monday night on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wage.
Miss Margueritha Thiede went to Milwaukee on Wednesday where she is to join friends and with them go to the Atlantic coast to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Rose will leave today for Sheboygan County on a combination business and pleasure trip. Mr. Rose has secured the agency for a portable bath apparatus and has that county in his territory.
Now is the time to use fly dope. Get the best at Amidon’s Drug Store
Big Bargains in toilet soap; get your supply as long as the lot lasts, 5c bars Castile soap, 4 for 10c at Witte’s
Mrs. Gusta Breed who came home from Chili last week Wednesday has been under the doctor’s care and confined to her bed most of the time since, suffering with heart trouble.
Last Saturday night a Royal Neighbor Lodge was constituted here by Mrs. Almira Lapp of Neillsville, the assistant district deputy. Mrs. Sarah Denham of Downsville, district deputy, who visited at W. W. Page’s some two weeks since instituted the lodge at that time.
Mrs. Bertha Riedel left Monday for Milwaukee on a visit to relatives and friends. She will stop off at Clintonville to visit Mrs. Leo Moench.
Israel Fulwiler a well known and highly respected farmer of the Town of York died last Saturday at the age of 71 years, after being confined to his bed for a long time, suffering from Bright’s disease.
Doc Wonser who has been suffering with a fever commonly known as the auto fever, is O. K. at this writing. He purchased a Reo roadster of Len Howard last Monday.
Little Marjorie Lapham the other day when she appeared at Marsh’s ice cream parlors with a dime which was 5c more than her daily allowance, was asked how she happened to have so much money, to which she replied in a childish but earnest manner "I guess my grandpa is stuck on me." And nobody doubts it.
Otis Slocomb sold his farm in the Town of Grant to a party from Chicago last week. Consideration was $3,000. The farm is at present operated by his brother Austin. The new owner will take possession next fall.
Wm. Schaefer who recently bought the Robert Kurth farm has again invested in Town of Grant real estate by purchasing the August Roder farm south of here. We understand Mr. Schafer’s son who is to be married in the near future will occupy this farm.
The picnic given by Rev. Reiff’s congregation last Sunday was well attended and greatly enjoyed by all present. The weather was perfect and the rain the night before laid the dust sufficient to put the roads and grounds in perfect condition. These picnics and especially the dinners served there are annually looked for with great anticipation by young and old.
For Sale: 40 acre farm in Town of York, 30 acres clear, good buildings. Cheap! Inquire of Wm. Uhlman, Neillsville R. 4.
Everyone has its share of troubles, even the man who owns an automobile. The other day when Len Howard was speeding along on a country highway he met a man with horse and buggy, and upon receiving the sign of distress the auto came to a halt and the engine was stopped. "Why", remarked Len as the horse passed the auto without paying the slightest attention to it, "your horse doesn’t seem to be a bit afraid." "No, this one here isn’t afraid, but I got one at home that is," was the man’s reply.
Professor Lloyd Davis left last Saturday morning for his home at Red Granite, Wis., after closing his second successful term as principal of our schools. Mr. Davis has decided not to return next fall, a fact very much regretted by his friends, and those who were aware of his ability as a teacher. During his two terms of principal-ship he has brought out school to a degree of perfection and it is hoped that his successor, whoever he may be. will be able to continue the work where Mr. Davis has left it.
Mrs. Clemens Kuechenmeister and daughter Anita with little Lillian Hantke went to Eau Claire on Sat. to visit Grandma Hantke and master Irving Kurth. They found master Kurth "Sunshine" very happy and contented, very glad to have this visit with his auntie and little cousins and uncomplainingly bade them good bye at parting, but grandma Hantke was so homesick that they were obliged to bring her home for a few weeks visit when she will return and resume her course of treatment.
For Sale: A surrey in good condition. I would take stock in exchange. Frank Lavey
Mrs. John Hefty who lives a few miles northwest of here met with a severe accident Wednesday afternoon while assisting her husband in pulling stumps. She was driving the team which in some way became frightened and ran away. Mrs. Hefty got tangled up in the lines and being unable to free herself was dragged about the field and violently thrown against stumps and rocks until the team could be brought to a standstill. A piece of scalp about 6 inches square was severed from her head and besides many other bruises about the body; she suffered also a fracture of the left leg near the hip. Dr. Ross pronounces her condition as serious.
Town and school order books, also teacher’s contracts for sale at this office.
The Woodmen will give a dance at the Granton Opera House Tuesday evening, June 14th. Whitcomb’s Orchestra will furnish the music. Invitations are issued to various members of the neighboring camps and each member of this Camp is permitted to invite two friends.
Kenneth, the 10 year old son of H. Kelicut about 6 miles south of town suffered a fracture of his left arm Sunday afternoon while playing ball with a number of his comrades. The boy fell and another one accidentally jumped on the arm, thus causing the fracture.
Dekko, a new walls’ finish; it is cheap and much better than whitewashing walls. See color card at Amidon’s
Monday L. E. Moh sold his beautiful pure bred Percheron Stallion "Avalanche" to Chas. Guk of the Town of Lynn who intends to develop him for breeding purposes. This colt was just one year old on June 2nd, last week, and weighed exactly 1,000 pounds on that day. He should mature at a ton at 5 years. Farmers keep an eye on him and see him grow.
Rev. J. Reiff was pleasantly surprised by a large number of his parishioners and friends at his home last Sunday evening, the occasion being his 40th birthday. As a token of their esteem they presented him with an elegant office chair purchased of August Hammler. It is needless to say that the evening was enjoyed by all, for Mr. Reiff as well as his better half are very pleasant and capable entertainers, in whose presence anyone is bound to feel at home. Among those present from away were Rev. Kemena and family of Nasonville and Rev. Lange and family of Loyal.
While Dr. Schulz was returning home last week Wednesday night he noticed a light in Max Opelt’s store and upon investigation found that burglars were at work within. Securing his shot gun and on returning he noticed three men leaving the store. He commanded them to halt and refusing to do so he opened fire which they promptly returned. In all about 15 shots were exchanged, the burglars finally taking to their heels. So far as could be ascertained, little or nothing was missing from the store.
Card of Thanks: We wish to express our thanks for the many courtesies and great kindness shown us by our neighbors and friends through the death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Eva Canfield, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frank, and Howard and Ray Canfield
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