News: Granton Locals (9 Dec 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Tyler, Hart, Paulson, Ketel, Witte, Kintzele, Dennis, Allbaugh, McIntire, Garbush, Wegner, Holmes, Davis, Martin, Cole, Fischer, Ott, Lindow, Wells, Riedel, Bird, Kurth, Beecher, Beeckler, Rogers, Meacham, Sigright, Green, Dietrich, Rausch, Ross, Neinas, Amidon, Neverman, Huntley, Beardsley, Knorr, Baer, Thornton, Sheppler, Mabie, Dorst, Brooks, Hiles, Williams, Schlinsog, Beer, Grassman, Reiff, Finnegan, Lee, Tragsdorf, Kuechenmeister, Weinberger, Jacques, Lenkel, Fischer, Marsh, McMillan, Prange, Trimberger, Ide, Scholtz, Drescher, Latamore, Kissinger, Felzer, Brown, Loeb, Kurzrok, Barker
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) December 9, 1910
Granton Locals (9 December 1910)
10 below zero Thursday morning.
Mrs. Fred Tyler was a Neillsville caller Saturday.
Geo. Hart Sundayed with his daughters in Marshfield.
Pete Paulson of Marshfield was here on business, Monday.
Mrs. Ketel spent Monday at Neillsville.
Fancy Christmas boxes of cigars, small and large sizes at Witte’s
Mildred Kintzele has been painfully suffering with an abscess in her ear, since last week.
Grandpa Dennis has been quite ill with kidney trouble for the past two weeks.
Wm. Allbaugh left Monday morning for Thurston, Nebraska, where he will spend the winter.
Ernest McIntire of Neillsville has accepted a clerkship in H. C. Witte’s store since Monday.
Try our red oil; 10% off on all oil cans, 1, 2, 3, and 5 gallon cans to close out at Witte’s
Mrs. Geo. Hart went to Humbird Saturday evening and made an over Sunday visit among relatives.
Dave Garbush is stepping very careful these days owing to a boil on his right knee.
Herman Wegner was under the doctor’s care part of last week, suffering with rheumatism.
The Misses Gertrude and Inez Holmes were Neillsville shoppers Monday.
Special sale at Witte’s for two weeks only, see our large ad
Eddie Dennis after a several months sojourn with relatives at Tracy, Minn., arrived home late last week.
Mrs. John Kintzele took quite sick again last week. She has never fully recovered from typhoid fever.
Fred W. Davis after arising from the dinner table at his son Scott’s home last Saturday fell to the floor, unconscious. He revived again in a few minutes, feeling none the worse.
Fresh home baked pies, doughnuts and bread at J. A. Martin’s
Note Witte’s large ad on last page of this paper
Bring your poultry to Witte’s the first 4 days of every week before 3 o’clock in the afternoon.
Mrs. Hal Cole is here from Milwaukee on a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Sid Davis.
Mrs. Mary Fischer visited at Neillsville between trains on Wednesday.
The Misses Hattie and Lydia Ott of Forest Junction are here visiting their sister, Mrs. August Lindow.
Mrs. Wells of Cazenovia after a six days visit here with her daughter Mrs. Wm. Hart returned home on Monday.
Mrs. Amelia Wagner went to Mendota Mon. to visit her sister Mrs. Augusta Riedel who is ill in the hospital there.
Dr. Hess’ Panacea will increase the egg supply; 25c and 60c packages and guaranteed at Amidon’s Drug Store.
Mrs. Bird and two children arrived here Monday morning from Port Huron, Mich., to take up their residence with Jos. Bird of Heathville.
Miss Elsie Kurth, her brother Arthur, Miss Lulu Beecher, E. A. Beeckler and daughter Vera were at Neillsville between trains Monday, having dental work done.
The Saturday Evening Post and Sunday papers for sale at J. A. Martin’s confectionery store. Subscriptions are taken for any magazine or periodical
Get your buttons made to match your dress, at Witte’s
Frank Rogers’ little six months old son has been ill with spinal meningitis since early this week.
A dance will be given at the Granton opera house Friday night, December 16. Music will be furnished by the Meacham Orchestra.
Mrs. Lottie Sigright accompanied by her little granddaughter Frances Green came up from Sycamore, Ill. last Sunday for a visit at her brother Elmer Dennis’.
Christmas trees at Witte’s
Mrs. Scott Davis is under the weather this week.
Chas Dietrich transacted business at Neillsville Monday.
Baby Rausch is sick with pneumonia since Monday.
To rid your stock of lice use Dr. Hess’ Instant Louse Powder; 25c per can at Amidon’s Drug Store
Mrs. J. A. Martin is on the sick list.
Dr. Ross reports a case of Scarlet Fever at the home of Walter Rowe in the Town of York, their son Milford being sick with the disease.
Mrs. Chas Neinas and daughter Lydia spent last Saturday at Marshfield.
Go to Amidon’s Drug Store for your Christmas booklets and post cards
The Mesdames Julius Neverman and Wm. Huntley, Jr., were over from Neillsville Tuesday to see jeweler Beardsley.
Mrs. Knorr and Mrs. Baer attended Eastern Star meeting at Neillsville Tuesday night.
For fancy box stationery, perfumes, holly, boxes, Christmas tags and stickers go to Amidon’s Drug Store
Miss Gertrude Holmes went to Loyal Wednesday for a few days visit with Mrs. Fred Thornton and Mrs. Paul Sheppler.
The youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kearney Davis was very sick with bowel trouble early this week.
John Mabie of Madison, Wis., formerly of this place, was here on business early this week. "Honey" as he is known to his friends here is representing the Capital City Rubber Tire Works.
Vera Beeckler was unable to attend to her school duties at Chili early this week on account of an ulcerated tooth which caused her much pain.
Try our Tycon Tea, Perfection Coffee, it won’t disappoint you. Clear Quill extracts, a large bottle for your money and you bet it’s good stuff too. Get your supply of apples by the barrel or peck, big variety of sorts at Witte’s
A card from Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dost shows them enjoying life at Spokane, Wash.
Geo. Brooks’ next door neighbor at Morristown, S. D., is here this week buying up a carload of potatoes.
See the big line of Christmas post cards and stickers at Amidon’s Drug Store
Mrs. J. A. Martin and little daughter spent last Friday and Saturday at the John Hiles home, the late Homer Davis place.
Grandpa George Williams suffered another stork of paralysis Sunday morning. Dr. Ross who was called pronounced his condition as not critical.
H. F. Schlinsog’s 40th birthday was duly observed last Saturday when every one fortunate enough to be invited had a good time.
Traugut Beer came over from Marshfield Monday to spend some time here with his daughter Mrs. H. F. Schlinsog.
Mrs. Fred Grassman will entertain the Ladies Aid of Rev. Reiff’s parish at dinner next Wednesday.
Mrs. James Finnegan entertained a baker’s dozen of Royal Neighbor ladies at a quilting and chicken pie dinner last Saturday.
The Dale Lee baby was reported as very ill with pneumonia at the Ara Lee home early this week, though some better at this writing.
Mrs. Bertha Tragsdorf and daughter Edna Sundayed at the Clemens Kuechenmeister home.
The Mesdames Weinberger and Jacques of Neillsville drove out and spent Tuesday with Mrs. Clemens Kuechenmeister.
Jake Lenkel who has been visiting his daughter Mrs. Mary Fischer returned to his home at Brillion.
Lew Marsh spent Monday with his brother Joe at Marshfield. The latter in company with Mr. McMillan left Tues. morning for Louisiana where the two gentlemen own a large farm which needs their personal attention.
Men’s good wool hose at 10c a pair at Witte’s
Ed Prange is enjoying a visit from his brother who arrived here from Sheboygan last Monday and will remain about two weeks.
John Trimberger met with a very painful accident Monday noon. While walking from the house to the barn he slipped and fell, striking in such a way as to break both bones in his right leg just above the ankle. Dr. Ross was called to attend to the injured member and he pronounced it a very bad fracture.
A number of farmers were busy this week hauling home beet pulp which is returned from the sugar refinery free to the farmers on request. It makes excellent feed and some even say that it takes the place of bran while Cash Ide claims that most anything till take the place of the latter.
Mrs. Anna Scholtz and granddaughter Miss Ida Riedel, both of Milwaukee arrived here Tuesday evening on an extended visit at Richard Kurth’s. Mrs. Scholtz is Mrs. Kurth’s mother and it is possible that she will make her home here with Mrs. Kurth.
Last week Thursday master Ernest Kuechenmeister recognized his 13th birthday anniversary when the early evening hours were rendered sweetly musical about the Clemens Kuechenmeister home by the Drescher band which serenaded him. The band was attended by some 25 boys and girls who came to join in the evening sports which were finished off about midnight by an excellent lunch. The good byes not being said until the wee small hours commenced upon the next day.
For Sale: -- A 30 acre farm in Town York, section 12. About 24 acres clear of stumps, well fenced; fair buildings and good water. Will sell for one half down, the balance on time; Price is $1,600; inquire of C. A. Latamore, owner
For Sale: -- Can you use this? The 120 acre improved farm, 1 mile east of Spokeville, Wis., occupied by J. Kissinger, good buildings and large clearing; farm is well located. Must be sold within 30 days; this offer will not appear again. Call or write HUME LAND COMPANY, at Marshfield, Wis.
To Whom It May Concern: We are desirous of having the public understand that though we suffered the loss of valuable jewelry during our last days at Granton and while Mrs. Augusta Riedel and Mr. Joe Felzer were assisting us in packing our goods we hold them entirely blameless in the matter. Signed, Mrs. H. E. Williams and Mrs. Laura Brown
A genuine bargain: -- 80 acres of good timberland, hardwood and hemlock, near Stetsonville, Taylor County; ½ mile from saw mill, 1 mile from school house on good road. If taken before December 10th, $1,600.00; for the particulars write to Joseph Loeb, Medford, Wis.
A fine line of trimmed hats, all up-to-date millinery, also new stamped articles for embroidering; yours to please see Miss Flora Kurzrok
Many, Many Christmas presents such as fancy china ware, mirrors, fancy goods, doilies, waist and dress pattern, put up in boxes. A nice assortment to fill your wants at Witte’s
If you want to make a present of fancy china dish see the line at Amidon’s Drug Store
A large assortment of Christmas post cards and New Years post cards at Witte’s
Furs: -- W. J. Marsh Dry Goods Co.’s Furs; Neillsville’s largest line; Neillsville’s lowest prices.
Worth Dollars, cost cents; Try H. W. Barker’s Cough Remedy made at Sparta, Wis. Write for valuable information; for sale by G. E. Amidon
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