Kaukauna Times
March 1906

Kaukauna Times, March 9, 1906

PLAITIFF GETS JUDGEMENT

Claiming that the accidental death of Frederick ZINCK of Kaukauna was due to drunkenness, representative of the Atlas Casualty company of Lake Mills appeared in circuit court at Appleton yesterday as defendants in a suit brought by Mollie ZINCK to recover $200 insurance. It was claimed by the plaintiff that on November 23, 1903 Frederick ZINCK took out a policy in the Atlas company and made monthly payments up to the time of his death. On May 27, 1905 he fell down a stairway and fractured his skull, dying three days later.

According to his policy his estate was to receive $200 within ninety days after accidental death. The company sent a conditional check for ten dollars with a voucher attached which stated by accepting the check the company was released from all further liabilities. The check was refused and suit was brought to recover the face of the policy. The jury awarded the plaintiff judgement for $200 with interest.

DARBOY PARAGRAPHS

Miss Lulu OELFKE of New London was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. George HUPHAUF Saturday.

Mrs. POMPA will have a public auction March 13.

Miss Maude GALLET spent a few days at Chilton visiting her mother, Mrs. A. GALLET.

Mr. and Mrs. John BROOKS of Grand Chute called on old friends here Wednesday.

Dan DEVROEY of Green Bay was here on business Tuesday.

Miss Viola D. MCKAY of Detroit, Mich., was the guest of friends here Thursday.

Mrs. Will VANZELAND of Little Chute spent a few hours at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred BEHLING.

The champion cheese factory of Morrison of which Charles WENDT was a part owner, was sold to H. SONABEND of Collins, who has placed it in charge of his brother, M. SONABEND, to run this summer.



Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, March 16, 1906

SENT TO THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Katie and Mary JADOULE, aged sixteen and eighteen years respectively, incorrigible girls of the north side, were committed by Judge Henry KREISS, Monday last, to the Home of the Good Shepherd, an Industrial school for girls at Milwaukee. Marshal CONLON took the girls to the home Tuesday, where they will remain until they are twenty-one years of age.

DID NOT WITHDRAW
R. M. BUSSARD writes The Times as follows: "You are misinformed in regard to my candidacy for alderman in the first Ward. I have not withdrawn. Please correct in the next issue of The Times.

The Times makes the correction just as suggested by Mr. BUSSARD. We take it that he never intended to become a candidate and hence did not have to withdraw.

HOLDINGS TRANSFERRED
The Sheboygan trolley line promoters are bankrupt, and the new line that was to have been built between Kaukauna and Sheboygan by way of Manitowoc is up in the air. BEHNKE Brothers of Brillion, who are the chief promoters of the line, have assigned all their holdings and property interest in Manitowoc and Calumet counties to their creditors. The transfer was made March 10. The principal creditors are the DECKERS of Kewaunee.

HOEHNE's NEW LAUNCH
Alderman HOEHNE's new power boat which he ordered sometime ago from the Kidney Boat company is completed and ready for shipment which will be as soon as navigation opens. Mr. HOEHNE has also just completed a new boat house on the bak of the river below his house in which to store his boat when not in use. His launch will be the finest one in the city and is constructed in a substantial manner with white oak floor timbers, seats, panels, and combings. The interior finish is on the wood in fine spar varnish. All the trimmings are nickel plated, such as the steering wheel, rails, cleats, chocks, flag pole sockets and letters. This beautiful yacht is built to carry 16 people and is 22 feet in length, 5 feet 8 inches beam and the power is a Strauble gasoline engine of four horsepower. It has an adjustable extension top so that in case of rain it can be lowered close down, and is also rigged so to be adjusted on an incline top keep out the run's rays when too strong.

TAKEN TO REFORMATORY.
Martin VERHAGEN, who was sentenced to the Green Bay reformatory two weeks ago for stealing a horse and cutter at Kaukauna, was taken to that institution Saturday by an officer of the reformatory.

ANNOUNCEMENT
I desire to announce that I have this day purchased the TANNER Drug Store and the business will hereafter be conducted under the name of Kaukauna Drug Co.

I respectfully solicit the patronage of the public and will endeavor to conduct the store to merit approval.---F. M. CHARLESWORTH



Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, March 28, 1906

Norman WING spent Sunday with Neenah friends.

Miss Mary GARVEY visited Appleton friends Monday.

Miss Dora NEWHOUSE of Appleton called on Kaukauna friends Sunday.

Miss Nellie GRAEF went to Milwaukee Tuesday for a visit with friends.

Miss Brigie HEWITT spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Milwaukee.

Ernest LANDERMAN spent Sunday with friends and relatives at Fond du Lac.

Mrs. Pat SHEEHY of Grimms has been a guest of south side friends this week.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. PANKRATZ of Menasha spent Sunday with Kaukauna friends.

The time for buying seed has arrived. Get your supply at A. L. WIRTZ's elevator.

Miss Lillian TAGGART has resumed her work at PEARSON's millinery store at Appleton.

Miss Celia KOBUSSEN of Holland is visiting with her brother, J. J. KOBUSSEN and wife.

Miss Melinda PATNAUDE visited her sister, Mrs. M. C. KLINE at West Allia this week.

Train dispatcher A. R. TREAT of Antigo renewed acquaintances in Kaukauna Tuesday.

Henry VERFUERTH returned Tuesday from a several days' visit with Milwaukee friends.

Miss Violet HOGAN of Appleton is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. MORAN.

H. H. PATTERSON was down to Milwaukee last week to have an artificial limb adjusted.

Albert P. SCHIMBERG and Frank TONNEN of Appleton were Kaukauna visitors Saturday.

Mrs. Patrick FOX departed Monday for a visit with friends at her former home, Maple Grove.

Mrs. John HENNINGSON spent Wednesday at Wrightstown the guest of her mother, Mrs. Henry UTKE.

Miss Mamie LINNANE of Maple Grove arrived Saturday for a few days visit with Miss Lizzie FOX.

The south side schafskopf club was entertained by Miss Stella TANNER at Appleton Monday afternoon.

Dr. and Mrs. C. E. SARGENT of Oshkosh were in the city Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. L. E. SARGENT.

Clintonville Tribune: Marion ROWLAND of Kaukauna spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. J. H. ROWLAND.

Miss Alma KNUTH of Wrightstown visited friends here Sunday.

R. BORCHERDT was the guest of friends at Oshkosh Sunday.

The Misses Mattie HESS and Martha HILDEBRANT were at Appleton Monday.

Mrs. EGGLESTON of Marquette was the guest of Mrs. Jos. BORCHERDT Sunday.

L. Q. JONTE, civil engineer of Green Bay, was in Kaukauna Monday on business.

Andrew ESLEIN of Milwaukee was the guest of relatives and friends here Sunday.

Mrs. J. T. NEARY went to Clintonville Thursday morning for a visit with friends.

Miss Kate MCCARTY is attending the Dressmakers convention at Chicago this week.

Joseph BLOCK and family spent Sunday at Appleton guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. HERB.

Mrs. Al. MOORE of Menasha is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. Jos. DREISSEN.

Go with the crowd that is moving towards the 5 and 10 cent counters at Wm. KONRAD's.

Mrs. P. HYDE spent Monday at Green Bay visiting her daughter and transacting business.

Isaac ACKER is home again from the Wisconsin Veteran's home at Waupaca,

Our solicitors will call on you in a few days and explain our new premium proposition. Wm. KONRAD.

Earl BROWN and family of Menasha, former residents here, have recently moved to Kalamazoo, Mich.

Miss Anna MUELLER went to Milwaukee today where she will be the guest until Monday of Miss Nellie BROWN.

Miss Sarah JANSEN returned Wednesday from a three days visit with Miss Lulu BUSCHINGER of Green Bay.

Mrs. Charles SIEDENGLANZ of Chicago arrived Friday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas BARRETT.

Miss Marie KONRAD, who is teaching at Weyauwega, was home Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob KONRAD.

Mrs. A. W. MCLEAN and daughter Miss Anne, are spending the week at Fond du Lac, the guest of Mrs. MCLEAN's sister, Miss Hattie MCLAUGHLIN.

John KRONFROST, who has been managing the A. L. WIRTZ Co. elevator at Antigo, came home quite ill last Friday and has been confined to the house since.

Mr. and Mrs. William ERWIN of Grand Falls, North Dakota, who were in the city visiting Mrs. ERWIN's mother Mrs. Moses WARD, for the past two weeks, returned Saturday.

Miss Gertrude RUNTE returned form the Chicago millinery centres Tuesday evening, where she has spent the past two weeks purchasing her spring stock of hats and trimmings. Miss RUNTE will be able to show the largest and finest selection ever brought to Kaukauna as the markets this year are crowded with a larger variety than usual.



Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, March 30, 1906

J. G. FETCHER, who has kept several hives of bees on the bak of the river for several seasons, has decided to dispose of most of them on account of losing so many each summer by drowning. The bees gather most of their honey in the fields on the opposite side of the river and many become exhausted while on their way home and drop into the water and are drowned. Mr. FECHTER noticed that the number of his bees were diminishing rapidly and upon making an investigation one day last summer discovered the cause. He found them floating down stream by the score. Very few of those that came in contact with the river escaped alive.

 

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