News: Granton News (27 Oct 1905)
Surnames: Beer, Lautenbach, Hoganson, Smith, Kintzele, Mallory, Williams, Wonser, Lyons, Schroeder, Davis, Moench, Osgood, Braatz, Page, Blum, Stallman, Finnegan, Marsh, Budge, Barden, Kaddatz, Wage, Dow, Morris, Davis, Gardner, Hornbeck, Nanstad, Howard, Geisler, Paulson, Downer, Knorr, Opelt, Grasse, Handt, Dennis, Brooks, Winn, Kurth, Reichert, Holmes, Sultrecht, Schnare, Fulwiler, Trimberger, Raymond, Tompkins, Drescher, Poate, Lippert, Way, Garbush, King, Lapp, Beecher, Tischer, Kemmeter, Ayers, Nason, McCart, Peters, Rosenberg, Hart, Johnson, Stubbs, Beeckler, Neinas, Huntley, Kutchera, Pitcher, Rose, Isham, Soles, Hammler, Kempin
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 10/27/1905
Traugut Beer is spending the week at Julius Lautenbach’s.
Mrs. Anton Hoganson, with her two children, went to Black River Falls on Sunday.
Jeweler L.T. Smith Sundayed at Neillsville.
John P. Kintzele has just had a bathroom added to his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mallory returned to Sevens Point Saturday.
Williams & Wonser shipped a car of stock to Chicago.
Roy Lyons made a business trip to Merrillan Friday, returning Sunday night.
Ed Schroeder and W.S. Davis went to Neillsville Monday evening on business.
Mrs. Leo Moench of Oshkosh arrived here late last week for a visit at Richard Braatz’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osgood returned Saturday from their visit at Portland Oregon.
"Bubs" Page went to Oshkosh Friday night for a week’s visit with his brother Leland.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Blum and children drove out from Neillsville Sunday and visited at Peter Stallman’s.
Mrs. James Finnegan and Mrs. Vet Marsh enjoyed Sunday at W.P. Budge’s.
Irma Barden of Shortville exchanged greetings with friends here and took the evening train for Neillsville.
Gustav Kaddatz of Chili visited at T.D. Wage’s Sunday and drove home in the afternoon accompanied by the Misses Gladys Wage and Ethel Dow.
Mrs. Clare Morris left here Tuesday for Rhinelander where she will spend a couple of weeks in visiting relatives before joining her husband at Marshfield.
Mrs. Bush Davis of Loyal spent last week here with friends and Relatives. Bush came over Saturday and returned home with his wife on Monday.
Frank Gardner is engaged with plastering at the new drug store building, while S.G. Hornbeck is busy with the carpenter work there, thus the building is rapidly being made ready for occupancy.
Chas. Nanstad went to Black River Falls on business Sunday. He was accompanied by his wife and baby Isabelle, who go to spend a few days with relatives and friends in Jackson County.
Clare Morris and W.R. Howard finished the brick work for the new drug store building here on Monday and took the early trains Tuesday for Marshfield where they have contracted to erect a brick building.
Will Geisler, who spent eh summer here in Ross Paulson’s creamery, left Monday afternoon for his home at Greenwood. He will visit for a week at home then leave for Madison to put in the winter in the dairy school there.
Mr. and Mrs. Home Downer, daughters Hazel and Callie, Mrs. A.J. Knorr, Mrs. T.D. Wage, Mrs. Bush Davis, Max Opelt, Miss Alma Grasse and Miss Lizzie Handt were among those who visited Neillsville on Sat.
Elmer Dennis made this office a pleasant call yesterday morning. He reports that Mrs. Chas. Brooks, while enroute to the creamery here accompanied by her faithful dog that morning, encountered a coon which the dog dispatched without any trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Winn went to McCord Saturday.
Kurth & Davis shipped 2 cars of stock to Chicago Sat.
Levi Morris sold his fine black horse to Rice Davis last Monday.
Ladies’ Cloak and Suit sale at L.E. Schnare’s store next Friday.
Miss Ethel Dow of Chili came over Friday evening with Miss Gladys Wage for a visit at the Wage home.
Mrs. Julius Lautenbach was reported to be quite ill early this week.
Carl Reichert left for Chicago last Saturday where he has accepted a position with the Kimball Piano Co.
H.B. Holmes of Lynn transacted business here on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sultrecht of Sherwood were in town on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Fulwiler and children spent Sunday at Home King’s.
For Sale - a colt, 1 ½ years old. Inquire of John Trimberger, Granton, Wis.
Miss Edna Raymond of Christie is confined at home very ill with typhoid fever, her niece Hazel Raymond too, has the dread disease and is at the James Tompkins home.
F.E. Drescher returned Saturday night from Chippewa Falls where he had been in attendance at the meeting of the Northwestern Teachers Association.
Wm. Poate and Geo. Lippert were out from Neillsville and put in a furnace for Herman Garbush early this week.
Mrs. Seward Way, who lived a few miles north of Neillsville, died at her home there Monday of internal hemorrhage and was buried yesterday.
B.E. Smith of Neillsville visited here on Tuesday. While here he invested in real estate, purchasing the building occupied by his son and the lot upon which it stands of Vet Marsh, and the house and lot now occupied by hank Lapp and family.
The Helping Hand Society of the Adventist Church held its first meeting for this year on Tuesday, when they took dinner and enjoyed the afternoon with Mrs. Rice Davis. Their next meeting will be next week Tuesday when they will meet with Mrs. J.M. Tompkins.
Alvin Reichert has been somewhat under the weather for the past 2 weeks and his brother Ferdinand has been assisting in the P.J. Kemmeter store during Alvin’s indisposition.
Wella Beecher and Carl Tischer Jr., who underwent operations at the Hahnneman Hospital in Chicago some three weeks ago, returned home Tuesday quite as good as new.
Byrl and Floyd Winn caught sight of a young bear on their father’s farm last Saturday, and with a shotgun gave chase. They got near enough to him to warrant shooting; but the bear was not so bug but that there was a chance to miss hitting him and they took that chance, shot and missed.
Mrs. Hal Cole returned Friday from St. Paul where she met her husband and spent several days of last week. Mr. Cole was enroute from Denver, Colo. to Newkirk, Okla. Mrs. Cole, after a farewell visit to relatives here, left for Newkirk, her home, on Tuesday.
Geo. King is lending efficient help in this office on press days.
Bert Ayers visited at Marshfield and Chili on Tuesday.
Early this week Rolla Nason painted the A.J. Knorr house, which is occupied by Mr. and Mrs. McCart.
Mrs. F.H. Peters transacted legal business at the county seat on Tuesday.
Miss Minnie Rosenberg had some dental work done at Neillsville on Tuesday.
Jay Lapp purchased a black driving horse of B.E. Smith on Tuesday.
Fred Hart and H.L. Johnson sold out their interest in the meat market business at Merrillan last week.
Chas. Beeckler was engaged with mason work at Ben Stubbs’ Monday and Tuesday of this week.
Mrs. Myron Osgood and Miss Addie Davis, accompanied Mrs. Hal Cole as far as Merrillan Tuesday eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Neinas and children spent Sunday at Wm. Neinas’ in Lynn.
Wm. Huntley Jr. and Edward Kutchera of Neillsville drove out here Tuesday and set up a handsome monument on the F.H. Peters lot in the Windfall Cemetery.
Dr. L.E. Pitcher of Neillsville was out the first of the week with his drilling machine and did some dental work for a patient here.
Dr. Stillman of Madison has rented the Soles’ residence and office building here and will take possession early next month.
Mrs. W.D. Rose will entertain the Circle and friends at 6 o’clock Supper Wednesday, Nov. 8. Everybody is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Joly Ayers, who were married last week, have begun housekeeping in a neat new house recently erected on the groom’s farm in Washburn.
Geo. Isham and daughter Marian of San Antonio, Texas, are visiting at Webb Winn’s, arriving here last week Wednesday. They will leave Monday for Iola, Wis., and spend a few days there before returning to Texas.
Dr. F.A. Soles expects to leave here for Trempealeau, his new home, on Tuesday next, and for which place his household goods are all packed and ready for shipment.
The sidewalk and porch at the Aug. Hammler store have been put in neat repair.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kempin of Fremont were guests at Chas. Neinas’ Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Paulson visited relatives at Christie Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Circle will observe Halloween with an oyster supper which will be served in the basement of the M.W.A. Hall next Tuesday from 6 p.m. until all are served, at 25 cents per head. A cordial invitation to all and it is to be hoped that a large crowd will be in attendance.
Miss Vera Williams of Neillsville, graduate of the Columbia School of Music at Chicago, will be here every Saturday for the purpose of giving instrumental music lessons. Anyond wishing for instruction in this line will do well to see her. She will be found at the A.J. Knorr home here on Sat.
About 4 p.m. last Saturday while engaged with fastening chains upon a wheel barrow load of brick preparatory to its being drawn up to the upper story of the new drug store building, Bert Ayers suffered the misfortune to have a brick fall from off the wheel barrow in the hands of Herman Schoengarth, who was on the floor above, and strike him in the back of the head. Bert was wearing a cap, but the brick truck just below the cap and with such force as to break the brick. He was hurried across the street to the doctor’s office where the wound was immediately dress, and although an uncomfortable accident, it was a decidedly fortunate one in that it is not more serious. Bert, though suffering considerably that evening, went into the barber shop for his usual shave and while in there G.E. Amidon, the druggist came in; when speaking of the accident, Mr. Amidon incidentally mentioned that we was shy a brick estimated to be worth 2 cents. Bert promptly produced 2 cents and paid the damages and thus squared himself so as to avoid a possible damage suit.
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