News: Granton Locals (29 Jul 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Lee, Kempin, Kintzele, Ross, Amidon, Kurzrok, Braatz, Dyer, Winn, Robbins, Babcock, Knorr, Morris, Baer, Sontag, Kohl, Riedel, Coil, Schune, Bergeman, Barker, Lake, Hart, Cole, Hughes, Berg, MacBride, Lapham, Cornwell, Gerlach, Gluch, Garbush, Dennis, Prange, Halverson, Robinson, Lapp, Brown, Barth, Kleinschmidt, Rustad, Maguire, Williams, Neinas, Rose, Gerber, Lackish, Beeckler, Witte, Guk, Sanger, Chapel, Davis, Doughty, Mallory, Mackel, Kemmeter, Page, Rath, Mahn, Riemer, Parker, Beardsley, Marsh, Swan, Reiff, Marth, Kemena, Hicks, Smith, Knorr, Rausch, Vine, Henning
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) July 29, 1910
Granton Locals (29 July 1910)
Mrs. Ara Lee spent Monday morning with friends at Neillsville.
Emma Kempin is working for Mrs. John Kintzele.
Dr. and Mrs. P. M. Ross autoed to Neillsville Sunday evening.
Get your fancy stationery at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Mrs. Kurzrok was an over Sunday visitor at her son-in-law Henry Braatz’s on the Ridge.
Miss Anna Dyer since Monday is nursing Mrs. John Kintzele who is ill with typhoid fever.
Floyd Winn went to Duluth Saturday night to accept a lucrative position on a large stock farm.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Amidon and daughter Elva, Sundayed with friends at Alma Center
Nyal’s corn remover will relieve you of those corns; 25c per bottle at Amidon’s Drug Store
Ira U. Robbins spent Monday looking after his business affairs and property at Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Babcock went to Stevens Point Tuesday on an extended visit to relatives of that place.
The Mesdames A. J. Knorr, I. W. Morris and F. J. Baer attended the funeral of Mrs. Geo. Sontag at Neillsville, Sunday.
Cover-all furniture polish 25c per bottle at Amidon’s Drug Store; makes old things look like new.
Little Martha Kohl of Marshfield spent Sunday here with her grandma Mrs. Augusta Riedel.
Mrs. Edward Coil and baby Rachel together with Grandma Coil went to Rice Lake Monday to join Ed and make an extended stay.
The Misses Susan and Marry Schune went to Fairchild Saturday on a visit to relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Bergeman and children went to Black Creek Saturday on a visit to relatives.
Clean-O at 25c per package and your money refunded if not satisfactory at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Mrs. D. E. Barker, formerly of this place died of cancer last week Wednesday at Park Rapids, Minn., where she has spent the past several months at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. A. Lake.
Roy Hart came home on Monday from a two weeks visit at Humbird.
Mrs. Tillie Cole came home from Kansas City, Neb., late last week for a short visit at home.
Dan Hughes is home from his trip to Boston and various other eastern points with the N. E. A.
Hugh Berg spent Tuesday night with friends in camp at Dells Dam.
Mrs. Frances MacBride and Mrs. Chas. Lapham after a three days stay at Rochester, Minn., arrived home last Friday.
The F. J. Baer family returned home on Monday from a several days outing in camp at Cornwell’s eddy below Neillsville.
W. J. Gerlach, proprietor of the Heathville cheese factory is suffering with rheumatism which greatly interferes with his work about the factory.
Lost: a corn planter chain about 5 feet long, between my farm and Dan Gluch’s, Monday evening; finder will please return same to me. Robert Garbush
Robert Dennis returned Tuesday from a week’s visit with relatives at Sycamore, Ill.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Prange, Tuesday night. Ed is all smiles over the occasion but is inclined to be disappointed as he was in hopes to get a helper for his cheese factory. He should remember that all good things come to the man who waits.
Mrs. Alex Halverson, Mrs. D. Robinson and Mrs. Matilda Lapp autoed out from Neillsville in Alex Halverson’s new car and spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Laura Brown.
Are you going to economize this fall? If so, get dyes and color-over old clothes and make them look like new. We keep Putnam and Diamond, 10c per package at Amidon’s Drug Store
Mrs. Elizabeth Barth, her son Ernest, Leo Kleinschmidt and family, Louis Rustad and family and Mr. Maguire all of Nasonville drove out and spent Sunday at Wm. Reinhart’s, the occasion being a birthday celebration of Will’s.
Read the advertisements
Jesse Williams and two sons left for Beach, N. D. Tuesday.
Chas Neinas transacted business at Marshfield last Sat.
W. D. Rose and his niece Elva Rose left for Plymouth, Sunday night.
Mrs. Fred Gerber is recovering from an attack of pneumonia.
Robert Iackisch after a weeks visit here at E. A. Beeckler’s returned to Madison on Monday.
Great Bargains at Witte’s in good things to eat and wear.
Mr. and Mrs. Price Beeckler were down from Unity for an over Sunday visit.
Reinhold Guk and Chas. Kempin are at Rockham, S. D. on a visit to Chas Sanger.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Chapel are housekeeping at Marshfield since Thursday.
Mrs. Leland Davis visited at Chas. Chapel’s in Marshfield one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hart drove to Humbird Saturday and returned Monday.
Oscar Doughty is in charge of the Eagle Hotel during Gus Bergeman’s absence.
Wilson Mallory an Albert Mackel are holding religious services nightly in Shortville this week.
Ladies if you have any nice goods you want to clean such as silk or muslin dress goods. Get a package of Clean-O, 25c at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Philmore Kemmeter, Milton Page, Edna Kemmeter and Mrs. Rath went to Loyal Friday for Asa Mahn who had been spending the week there.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riemer of Grand Rapids came up Friday and made an over Sunday visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Doughty. Mabel Williams, a cousin of Mrs. Riemer accompanied them home from here on Mon.
A thunderstorm accompanied by heavy rain passed over this part of the country last Saturday night. Not less than 7 losses by lightning were reported to the Lynn Mutual Fire Insurance Co. from different parts of the county.
Mrs. Millard Parker and son Clyde of Spring Valley and Mrs. G. L. Beardsley of Neillsville spent Tuesday afternoon here with jeweler Otis Beardsley.
L. A. Marsh has received word from the wholesale fruit houses that the peaches from Texas are over and the stock from Georgia is too ripe to ship with safety. Arkansas peaches will be in the market next week, but the demand is fully twice as heavy as the supply.
That a metal roof with no ground connection offers no protection against lightning was clearly proven last week Thursday afternoon when a barn belonging to Wm. Swan of Neillsville was struck by a bolt during a thunder storm and greatly damaged by fire which followed.
The annual "Missions-Fest" of Rev. Reiff’s congregation will be held in the grove just north of the church next Sunday. Services are to be held at 10:30 in the forenoon and at 2:30 in the afternoon. Rev. Marth of Appleton and Rev. Kemena of Nasonville will preach the sermons for the occasion. Dinner will be served at noon by the ladies of the congregation. Everybody is welcome
Bert Hicks and his crew of men have finished the construction of concrete silos for N. E. Lee, Louis Moh and Wm. Smith and Monday will start with the laying of concrete walks in front of the news building, the Knorr-Rausch Hardware store, the Geo. Hart store and the Amidon building which is occupied by L. A. Marsh. L. G. Morris has given Mr. Hicks the contract for the laying of a walk in front of his residence and others are thinking of following suit while they have the opportunity of getting the work done by experts in that line.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vine of Crandon arrived here last week on a visit among their children residing hereabouts. Mr. Vine was a pleasant caller at our sanctum Friday afternoon and we must say that we enjoyed his visit very much. He is one of the old settlers of this town and a democrat of the old school. Mr. Vine was chairman of this town when Granton was platted15 years ago and he says things have changed considerable since his departure from here, his old time friends have either died or moved away and the old Democrats are now leading Republicans. Mr. Vine is now in the hardware business at Crandon, the county seat of Forest County.
Herman Henning the Chili hardware merchant was all excitement as he wheeled into this city last Saturday morning in his automobile. To escape the heat and dust of the day he got up early to make the run and when several miles out of Chili going through a little stretch of timber he came upon a large black bear standing in the middle of the road. As the machine approached the bruin stood his ground until Herman thought he would have to either run over him or stop to give him time to move out of his way which the bear did very reluctantly by taking a position on the road side where it could watch the automobile as it went by. Mr. Henning is one of those crack shots of Clark County and a hunter who always brings home the bacon and to be thus tempted with nothing along but an air pump made him feel like a man with his hands tied at a grab party. Another bear was seen just north of this city a night before. It is supposed these animals on account of the forest fires in the northern counties are seeking places of safety in the more open country. - Marshfield News
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