News: Granton Locals (7 Oct 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Rinehart, Kemmeter, Lapham, Witte, Morris, Kimball, Ure, Wonser, Downer, Dyer, Marsh, Dietrich, Davis, Tompkins, Hart, Pischer, Scoles, Jackisch, Winn, Beer, Amidon, Moench, Reiff, Koepp, Paulson, Lee, Lincoln, Holmes, Bruley, Zastrow, Guth, Gerber, Baer, Schofield, Oelig, Williams, Clark, Brameld, Spry, Hiles, Kintzele, Splitgerber, Nickel, Hornbeck, Bruley, Rose, Howard, Stockwell, Warsinski, Barber, Ross, Duffy, Smith, Dahl, Neinas, Stevens, Page
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) October 7, 1910
Granton Locals (7 October 1910)
Wm. Rinehart went to Marshfield, Monday.
Miss Edna Kemmeter came home from Menasha, Saturday.
Mrs. Chas Lapham is visiting at Rice Lake since Wednesday.
Note the big grocery specials at Witte’s. A saving to all!
Mrs. I. W. Morris and daughter Helen went to Rice Lake Tuesday, to attend a friends wedding.
Miss Emma Kimball came home on Monday from a ten days visit to relatives at St. Paul.
Mrs. Geo. Ure and daughter Vivian visited Neillsville friends, Monday.
Special - To introduce a genuine pure Manila Cigar, 3 for 10c for a short time only, at Witte’s
Fred Wonser after a several days visit here with his brother E. R. left for home on Saturday.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Downer early this week.
Miss Anna Dyer was at Marshfield between trains on Monday.
New Persian and Poplin silks 50c to $1.50 per yard at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co
Mrs. John Dietrich is enjoying a visit from a sister who arrived here on Monday evening’s train.
The Northwestern Wisconsin Teachers Association will hold its convention at Eau Claire 21 and 22.
Homer Davis left on Tuesday for Cumberland and Turtle Lake whither he goes on business.
Miss Ora Marsh is visiting Black River Falls and Melrose relatives, since last Friday.
Three quarter length pony coats $40.00 to $65.00 at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.
Poultry days the first 3 days of each week at Witte’s
Now is the time to apply Nyal’s Face Cream to the hands and face. Prevents chapping; 25c per box at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Rob Tompkins of Rhinelander and Fred Tompkins of Rice Lake Sundayed here in the parental home.
Mrs. Fred Hart is very ill and under the doctor’s care.
Miss Agnes Pischer of Chili was a Granton caller between trains Wednesday.
Long Velour and caracul coats are the latest city craze. You will find a good assortment at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.
Calvin Scoles and Rudolph Jackisch left for Madison and their university studies, last Sunday.
Floyd Winn and Rudolph Jackisch came home from Duluth last Friday.
Traugut Beer after a visit to relatives here returned to Marshfield on Monday.
Anytime you wish to see the latest ideas in coats, suits and furs, we’ll be pleased to show you; at W. J. Marsh’s Dry Goods Co.
Boys knee pants from 50c up to $1.00 going at ½ prices at Witte’s.
Did you see those new books at Amidon’s?
Rev. Leo Moench and family after a two weeks visit here with relatives returned to their home at Clintonville Thursday.
Rev. Reiff spent last Sunday at Wausau where he held services in place of Rev. Koepp.
The Ross Paulson and Price Lee babies have been very sick this week with convulsions and bowel trouble.
Mrs. Lizzie Lincoln and children left on Monday for California whither they go to take up their residence with relatives.
Mrs. H. B. Holmes after spending three weeks with friends in Ohio is now visiting York State relatives and friends.
In Millinery I can please the most critical; see Mrs. Emery Bruley, Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Zastrow and son Clarence of Algoma are visiting at Chas Guth’s since last Friday.
Fred Gerber threshed his second crop of oats, got 80 bushel off a 5 acre tract.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Baer autoed to Greenwood Saturday and attended the Schofield-Oelig card party there that evening.
Hundreds of beautiful coats are awaiting the inspection of the Granton ladies at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.
Tailor made clothing made to order. Men’s all wool suit $13.50 at Witte’s
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Davis are rejoicing over a little daughter presented them by Sir Stork last Saturday.
Helen Baer accompanied her grandparents home to Neillsville Saturday and made an over Sunday visit there.
The Mesdames H. E. Williams and Chas. Lapham were guests of Mrs. H. C. Clark at Neillsville, last Friday and of Mrs. Theo. Brameld there on Monday.
Mrs. Spry and her granddaughter Jesse Scoles went to Union Center, Monday on a several weeks visit. Mrs. Spry expects to return and spend the winter here with her son, James Scoles and his daughter.
W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co. is showing a beautiful assortment of full length black and colored coats in many new styles ranging in price from $10.00 to $35.00.
Young man, make life one long string of successes. You can do it if you start right. Our big illustrated book tells how. Ask for it by postal at Brandrup & Nettleton Business College, Winona, Minn.
Homer Davis has sold his 25 acre farm in Fremont to John Hiles of Prentice who takes possession about Nov. 1.
Mrs. Hiles of Prentice came up from Merrillan where she had been on a visit to a married daughter, and joined her husband here on Monday.
Mrs. John Kintzele has so far recovered from her late serious illness as to be able to dispense with the ministrations of Miss Anna Dyer a professional nurse, early this week.
Everything that is good in furs and fur coats are now shown at W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.
Note this great shoe sale; Men’s $2.50, 3.00, 3.50 and 4.00 shoes at $2.00. A fine pair of hose free with each pair of these shoes above, at Witte’s
Mr. and Mrs. Splitgerber after a week’s visit at Louis Nickel’s returned to their home at Waterloo, Wis., last Tuesday.
S. G. Hornbeck a former resident of this place and well known hereabouts, died in Oklahoma last month.
The most beautiful millinery creations are to be seen at Mrs. E. Bruley’s in Neillsville. All ladies of Granton and vicinity are invited to call and see the styles.
E. R. Wonser purchased some residence property in the city of Neenah last week.
Geo. Rose and family are enjoying a visit from his sister Miss Nellie who came up from Plymouth on Wednesday.
Try Dyola the new dye for cotton, wool and silk; at 10c per package at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Len Howard autoed over from Neillsville last Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stockwell and Mr. Stockwell’s brother A. D., of Ruby, Mich., who was visiting him, and all took dinner at our house.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Warsinski after a several weeks visit here among relatives and friends returned to their home at Spokane, Wash., last Tuesday.
W. E. Barber and family of Green Bay spent several days late last week here at the home of Dr. P. M. Ross.
Dr. Ross last week performed a somewhat difficult operation by removing a cancerous growth from John Duffy’s face between the left eye and nose. The operation was very successful.
Mrs. E. Smith of Alabama who was here visiting her brother John Dahl and family went to Clintonville Tuesday to visit other relatives before returning home.
Before buying your coats, suits, furs or skirts it will be to your interest to investigate the style, fit, workmanship and price of W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.’s garments.
Mrs. Mary Davis well known hereabouts died last Friday morning at her son Ira’s, some four miles north of Greenwood. Her death was due to cancer.
Leave orders for bulk apples if you want any at once; call or phone Witte’s Cash Store.
Mrs. Chas Neinas gave her husband a most delightful surprise on Thursday of last week, his 40th birthday. Charlie coming in to dinner came upon the biggest gathering of their relatives they had seen since the wedding day 15 years ago, all out of town folk from Lynn, Marshfield and Sauerkraut City. It is needless to say that the balance of that day was celebrated in a manner becoming the best of holidays.
What might have been a severe auto accident occurred to a party from here last Saturday afternoon. G. E. Amidon, daughter, Elva, Sid Davis and Chas Neinas were on their way to Melrose in the former’s car about 11 miles below Neillsville very bad roads were encountered. On top of a hill near a sharp curve the car skidded in the sand and ran against the end of a log near the road side, the sudden stop throwing Mr. Davis headfirst out of the auto, landing in a brush pile about 10 feet away. The rest remained in the car, but were badly shook up. Luckily nobody was hurt. The party drove to Neillsville in a livery that night and after a few minor repairs were made on the car the next day it was again in good running order on Monday.
A fine line of trimmed and tailored hats; samples for Chas. A. Stevens ready to wear suits; new embroidery patterns and mercerized embroidery floss in colors at the Granton Milliner’s.
All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to me will please call at my store on or before October 26th and make settlement, as after that date all bills will be placed in the hands of a collector. W. W. Page
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