Kaukauna Times
January 1905

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, Jan 20, 1905

Dan DONOVAN is selling off his furniture at private sale. Call at residence on Canal Street.

Andrew CARNEGIE has endowed Lawrence University with $50,000 with which to build a library.

The new Catholic parsonage at Little Chute is now finished. It is one of the finest in the state costing in all about $12,000.

Jos. MCCARTY has been engaged this week in harvesting the annual ice crop for the Chicago and Northwestern Railway company.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert HAMILTON have issued cards announcing the marriage of their daughter, Miss Bertha, next Wednesday, to Mr. Geo. WINNINGHOFF.

Fire! Fire! Fire! There wasn't much of it, but just enough to smoke things up and damage the goods at FECHTER's. Patrons are now getting the benefit in cut prices.

The Relief Society will met with Mrs. Fred OTT next Thursday afternoon.

A sleighload of young folks from this city spent Sunday evening with the family of Henry HUPFAUF at Darboy.

The sixth, seventh, and eighth grade pupils of Nicollet School and their teachers, the Misses Minnie MANION and Carrie NELSON, went on a sleigh ride party to Appleton Thursday afternoon.

Ed. POLLOCK of Collins, Manitowoc County, has purchased the August FUNK residence on Sixth Street, consideration $850, and will remove to this city as soon as Mr. FUNK can find another residence and give possession.

Peter FELLER has purchased the Dr. TITUS residence on Taylor Street, First Ward, consideration $1,850 This is one of the new and modern residences of the city, fully equipped with all improvements, and certainly went at a low figure. Mr. FELLER will lease the place.

Operator Frank SCHATZKE at the north side depot for the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Company, received a telegram Wednesday announcing the death of John YOUNG at Little Rapids. He was formerly night operator with Mr. SCHATZKE and resigned two months ago on account of poor health.

The Woman's Relief Corps held installation of officers last Friday evening the ceremony being conducted by Mrs. Sophia STRATHEARN, past president of the local corps. Paul H. BEAULIEU Post No 247, G.A.R. also held their installation immediately afterwards, Capt. BROWER conducting the same.

A much needed improvement is just being put in at the Wisconsin division depot of the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad Company. Workmen commenced Thursday morning tearing out the old floor which has done yeoman service to the past twenty years and are laying down a new one of Georgia pine.

Shoes that formerly sold anywhere from $2.50 to $4.50 are going this week for $1.00 per pair at FECHTER's Fire and Clearing sale. And you get your pick from over two hundred pair at that.



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