Kaukauna Times
June 1894

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, June 1, 1894

Messers C. D. LIVERMORE and W. MICHELS have entered into co-partnership, and leased the vacant store in the KUEHN block on Second Street, and will open a large and first class restaurant and bakery. A bake oven is being put in this week in the rear of their store. This room is the most desirable of any ever occupied by a restaurant in Kaukauna and the gentlemen ought to do a flourishing business.

Miss Rosa HOFFMAN, a cutter girl employed at the Kaukauna Paper Company's mill go her dress caught on a revolving shaft Thursday morning and was wound around quite a number of times, narrowly escaping being killed. She was badly bruised but fortunately escaped with no broken bones.

Thieves entered the office of Robert PRIDE at the Union Pulp mill last Wednesday night and carried off about everything of value, including a suit of clothes, two rubber coats, rubber boots, a valuable machine felt and other articles. No clue to the culprits. Marshal KUEHN has the matter in charge and will attempt to bring the guilty parties to justice.

Mrs. Fred MAYBERRY of Antigo, visited here last week.

Best shirting calicoes 3 3/4 cents, L. L. Sheeting 4 1/2 cents at HAMMEL's.

Wm. FERGUSON put on a handsome new bus this week.

Arthur MILL is expected home from the south next week.

Mrs. J. W. CLASPILL is visiting Milwaukee friends this week.

Mrs. E. JACKSON of Oshkosh, is a guest of Kaukauna relatives.

A band of gypsies are camping out near the race track this week.

Mrs. M. HELF was called to Milwaukee this week by the death of a relative.

Mr. and Mrs. D. C. ADAMS of Milwaukee, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. CUTLER this week.

Another heavy frost last Sunday night damaged all kinds of vegetation around this locality.

Mrs. Dan HENNESSY has returned from a three weeks' visit with her parents at Darboy.

Misses Gusta HECKERT and Ricka KRUEGER, of Appleton, spent Sunday with Miss Alvina TSCHUDE.

A very nice line of summer underwear is offered by KONRAD Bros. at summer prices.

Mrs. Theo BOETTEHER, aged 53 years, died at her home on the north side last Saturday. The funeral occurred from the Lutheran church Monday and the concourse was very large.

Mr. and Mrs. John MONTAGUE spent last Sunday at DePere. Mrs. MONTAGUE remains to visit with her sisters who returned from Colorado Saturday.

W. S. MULFORD is attending the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias at Racine this week, as representative from Fox River Lodge No. 90, of this city.

Jacob WEIFENBACH has had a new Horicon windmill erected at his farm in the town of Buchanan. DITTER, SCHUBRING & Co. are agents for this mill.

A. N. ZIMMERMAN;s little son Charles fell while at play last Friday and fractured his left thigh or femur. The little fellow is getting along all right at present.

T. L. THOMPSON, the tailor, has just received a new lot of pantings which he is selling at $4.50 upwards. The quality of the goods for this money will surprise you. Call and see.

Mr. C. P.(?) KREBS and family departed yesterday for Fremont, Ohio, where they will make their home in the future. The best wishes of Kaukauna friends accompany them.

Harry FRAMBACH returned last Sunday evening from a two weeks' trip to San Francisco and other western cities. While out on the coast he took in the Mid-winter fair.

Attorney A. A. NUGENT has sold his library, office furniture and law practice to Hampton CORLETT, who has taken possession. Mr. NUGENT will probably remove from the city.

C. L. RYDER, a former official of the Lake Shore Road will conduct the Gogebic Hotel and cottages at Lake Gogebic this season. He says black bass are more numerous than ever up there.

A. W. FINNEGAN has resigned his position at "The Bell" and contemplates
opening a new store.

The best ice cream can be bought at C. D. LIVERMORE's candy kitchen on Second Street for 30 cents per quart. Try it.

J. A. STRATHEARN goes to Tomahawk this week to visit friends, his wife accompanying him as far as Milwaukee.

Mr. E. R. BOARDMAN, of the Oshkosh "Northwestern" was a pleasant caller at The Times office yesterday afternoon.

Ed. GLASCHEEN was arrested Tuesday for fast driving on the streets and settled before Squire CONLON fo $7.82.

Frank FALCK, of Seymour, called on old Kaukauna friends Saturday. He drove down to deliver a couple of colts which he had sold.

Luther LINDAUER has fifteen teams at work this week hauling brick, sand, etc.for the new buildings going up around the city.

DITTER, SCHUBRING & Co have added a line of corn cultivators to their stock and would be please to discuss the merits of their brand.

A ten-round boxing match for points is being arranged between Jack POWERS of Kaukauna and an Appleton pugilist named MURRAY.

Arnold MAES of Marion, is in the city this week, calling on old friends and at the same time setting up the new furniture which Martin HEINDEL has added to his sample room, which was manufactured by Mr. MAES and his brother who are now operating a factory of this kind.

B. B. BATES of Racine, a National Bank examiner, made on of those occasional and unlooked for trips to Kaukauna last Friday and examined the affairs of the first National Bank.

The Kimberly & Clark company let a contract to Billy WILSON, of Appleton last week for the building of a new brick smoke stack at their Kimberly plant. Three boilers of the J. C. MCNEIL pattern will be put in.

C. L. BURBANK, at Kellogg's drug store, has taken the agency for the Wellington, Union and Sterling bicycles, and would be pleased to show their merits to anyone contemplating the purchase of a wheel, read advertisement on the first page.

A little daughter of George POSSON, who is stopping at G. B. POSSON's residency on the south side, was taken sick with scarlet fever Sunday. The necessary precautions have been taken to prevent the spreading of the disease.


Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, June 8, 1894

Principal L. E. SARGENT has returned to his home at Oshkosh.

Miss Zella SYKES of Appleton, visited friends here this week.

Thos. MALONE started his sprinkler on the north side Tuesday.

Best shirting calicoes 3 3/4 cents; L. L. Sheeting 4 1/2 cents at HAMMEL's

Standard brands of package coffee 23 cents at Aug. MILL & Sons.

Working trousers only 78 cents at MULFORD's. They will never rip.

D. B. FOSTER at Fairchild, visited Mr. and Mrs. F. BOLTON this week.

Miss Letta BRANDON of Antigo, is the guest of Miss Fannie PURVINES.

Mrs. Hugh BRADY and son, visited friends at fort Howard last week.

Miss Lena NEWHOUSE, of Milwaukee is the guest of Mrs. Jos. MCCARTY.

New potatoes have found their way into market but they cost about a nickel apiece.

The Green Bay council has fallen into line and decided that slot machines must go.

Judge GAFFEY, of Pierre, South Dakota, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. C. A. WALKER.

Men's seven ounce blue denim overalls, with apron, only 50 cents; will never rip; at MULFORD's.

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