News: Granton Locals (8 Jul 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Ure, Riedel, Paulson, Mason, Osgood, Roehl, Coil, Jensen, Rose, Kimball, Davis, Schoengarth, Beeckler, Schune, Mahn, Reiff, Grassman, Budge, Lichte, West, Bradbury, Hader, Klein, Howard, Geisler, Crosby, Ross, Finner, Winn, Kooney, Woodward, Page, Fricke, Converse, Hanna, Nanstad, Johnson, Hart, King, McClaflin, Huntley, Welsh, Hubing, Van Zile, Marsh, Prange, Hayden, Fradenberg, Chapel, Lang, Scharmann, Storm, Glidden, Wage, Wright, Kihn, Perry, Witte, Meyers, MacBride, Brown, Sontag, Kemmeter, Williams, Doughty, Kurzrok, Blake, Clark, Barker, Amidon, Uhlman
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) July 8, 1910
Granton Locals (8 July 1910)
Geo. Ure moved F. J. Riedel’s barn last Saturday.
Pete Paulson and family of Marshfield spent the 4th here.
Andrew Mason is here since Monday visiting at Mot Osgood’s.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roehl, Tuesday morning.
A son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coil has been very sick since last week, with no hope of recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Jensen spent the Fourth with relatives at Oshkosh.
Geo. Rose and daughter Elva were at Marshfield between trains Tuesday afternoon.
Clara Kimball came down from Minneapolis last Saturday on a two weeks vacation and visit at W. S. Davis’.
Mr. and Mrs. August Schoengarth and sons, Oscar and Edward autoed over from Neillsville Monday and spent the day here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beeckler went to Waldo Sunday night on a several days visit among relatives.
Mrs. Wm. Schune went to Neillsville Saturday with her granddaughter, Irene Mahn and made an over Sunday visit.
Rev. Reiff and Fred Grassman went to Clintonville Tuesday to attend Wisconsin District of Ohio Synod.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Budge came down from Minneapolis last Saturday and will remain for an indefinite time visiting at W. S. Davis’.
Mrs. Hans Paulson Sr. of Nasonville is on the sick list.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lichte last Monday.
Mrs. Wm. West is quite ill suffering with dropsy.
Dr. E. L. Bradbury was in town on professional business Tuesday.
Mrs. Joe Hader of Marshfield visited at Wm. Klein’s early this week.
Mrs. Geo. Howard and daughter Mrs. Geisler visited at Fred Lichte’s in Lynn Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Budge and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davis are camping at Dells Dam since Thursday.
Mrs. E. W. Crosby and son, Frederick were guests at Dr. P. M. Ross’ early this week.
Paul Finner of Arcadia, a law student, came up last Friday for a visit at Webb Winn’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kooney of Chicago were guests at Mot Osgood’s Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Kooney is a sister of Mrs. Osgood.
Mrs. Frances Woodward and little grandson were guests at W. W. Page’s early this week.
Register of Deeds Oscar Fricke and family spent the 4th here with town friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Converse accompanied by their daughter Mae, Mrs. James Hanna, and little granddaughter Isabell Nanstad came up from Melrose last Friday.
H. L. Johnson of Bowman, N. D. spent Monday here, leaving for Humbird Tuesday accompanied by Charles Hart who goes on a two months visit to his son Norman of that place.
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Mrs. Homer King entertained the Circle Wednesday afternoon.
Gardner McClaflin of Arpin is spending a few days here.
Vernon Huntley came home from Stevens Point, Wednesday.
Mrs. Mabel Welsh returned to her home at Loyal Tuesday.
Miss Celia Hubing and mother returned home Wednesday after a 4-week visit in Chicago.
Miss Bessie Van Zile of Crandon is here for a couple weeks visit at Geo. Howard’s.
On account of having an over stock of lemons I will sell as long as the supply lasts, the 40c kind for 30c per dozen. L. A. Marsh
E. D. Prange is enjoying a visit from his parents who arrived from Sheboygan late last week.
Chas. Hayden is enjoying a visit from a son who came down from St. Paul one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fradenberg of Humbird spent Sunday and Monday here at Fred Hart’s.
New goods arriving daily at Witte’s
Charles Chapel who is working for Lang & Scharmann of Marshfield spent Sunday and Monday here with his wife.
Mrs. Wm. Storm was under the doctor’s care late last week, suffering with summer choler.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Glidden and son Arthur who recently came down from Superior are now domiciled in the old school house.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wage and Mrs. John Wright were Marshfield visitors Wednesday.
Birdine Kihn after an extended visit at Tom Wage’s returned to her home at Park Falls Wednesday.
H. L. Perry the photographer is here with his tent and if you want a good photo of yourself, your house, etc., this is a good chance. Mr. Perry is doing good work.
A big snap in toilet soaps at 5c a bar, 4 bars for 10c; see H. C. Witte
Mrs. Meyers and daughter Marion and Mrs. R. J. MacBride spent last Saturday here at Mrs. Brown’s.
Mrs. Julius Sontag with her two sons came down from Minneapolis Thursday on a short visit to Mrs. Frances MacBride. They will go from here to Neillsville to visit relatives.
Mrs. P. J. Kemmeter, daughter Rose and son Stanley went to Detroit, Minn., where they join relatives and will spend the balance of the month.
Stock up with a good 40c tea at 29c a package. Try it! H. C. Witte
Mrs. Willis Williams and Mrs. Oscar Doughty spent several days of last week with relatives and friends at Warrens. They came home early Sunday morning.
Miss Flora Kurzrok went to Burlington Thursday on a several weeks visit to relatives. She will spend some time in the various Milwaukee and Chicago wholesale millinery houses before she returns here.
Doc Wonser returned from his Dakota business trip late last week. Ross Paulson who went out with him will remain there until the horses are all disposed of.
A fine assortment of different kind of salt fish and No. 1 herring at Witte’s
Mrs. W. F. Blake of Chicago who is here on a visit to her mother and relatives went to Eau Claire Friday to visit her sister, returning Saturday.
When E. R. Wonser came to water his cow Tuesday morning he was very much surprised to find her lying in the pasture, dead. She probably was frightened to death by the fire works of the night before.
The afternoon passenger train going west which formerly arrived here at 4:28 and only last week put on a new schedule to arrive here at 4:09, has again changed time and is now due at 3:50. Unless you take notice of this, you are liable to get left.
Homer C. Clark of Neillsville, a lawyer of a wide and favorable reputation has decided to become a candidate for district attorney on the Republican ticket. Mr. Clark has many warm friends in this part of the county and has their support. If elected he will make good. We understand that Mr. Crosby, our present district attorney is a candidate for State Senator.
Geo. A. Ure, of Lynn, whose announcement for clerk of court appears in this issue, is one of the best known men in Clark County. His favorable record as secretary of the Lynn Mutual Fire Ins. Co., places him in a prominent position before the voters of the county. Mr. Ure will make good if nominated and elected. - Humbird Enterprise
Wedding announcements and invitations printed at this office, neat and cheap.
The 4th has come and gone. Great crowds from Neillsville, Chili and the surrounding country dame here to witness the celebration, which was "pulled off" as advertised. Happe’s Band was on deck early and furnished very good music during the day. At 10:30 in the forenoon the parade, composed of gaily decorated floats, automobiles, buses filled with children and headed by the band wended its way through the principal streets of the village and was enjoyed by all. Charley Neinas’ chariot race minus the chariot was not a part of the program though. The horses became frightened and breaking three tugs freed them from the rig completely and in a wild gallop went through the streets to the barn without doing any damage whatever. In the afternoon the different races took place, but owing to the dense dust they added little to the days’ enjoyment.
The dance at the opera house in the afternoon and evening was well patronized due to the excellent music furnished by Whitcomb’s Orchestra. The fireworks in the evening were, enjoyed by a large crowd. As a whole the celebration was a pleasant affair and a financial success to the promoters. So far as we know there were no fatalities reported, but there might have been some if a nigger had been in sight when the result of the Jeffries-Johnson fight became known in the afternoon. In one sense of the word the Fourth this year was a disappointment to everybody as it failed to bring with it the usual rain which is so badly needed.
H. W. Barker’s Cough Remedy made at Sparta, Wis. Write for valuable information; for sale by G. E. Amidon
For Sale: 40 acre farm Town of York, 30 acres clear, good buildings, cheap, inquire of Wm. Uhlman, R. 4, Neillsville
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