Kaukauna Times
May 1894

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, May 4, 1894

Hailstorm Tuesday afternoon.

Phaeton for sale cheap. Enquire [sic] of C. C. GREEN

Fred DEGRAF spent last Sunday at Marshfield.

Luther LINDAUER opened the ice season Tuesday.

Miss Alice LOVELACE Sundayed [sic] with her sister at DePere.

Dave REESE of Appleton, was a Kaukauna visitor Tuesday.

Jos. CARNEY has opened his saloon in the Schubert building.

New helmets and belt clubs have been ordered for the police force.

Dr. TANNER vaccinated 140 of the shops employees last Tuesday.

Miss Flora MCDONALD visited Wrightstown friends last Sunday.

A few straw hats made their appearance on the street this week.

27inch Suitings, 12 ½ cents; 36 inch Suitings 26cents worth 37 cents at

A new iron drawbridge will be built across the canal at Little Chute.

A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry TOWSLEY last Tuesday.

Great 5 cents sale of Outings, Lancaster ginghams and red calicoes at

Mr. Geo. NORTON returned home Monday, from a several days visit at Manitowoc.

Miss Tese MCCARTY of Antigo, arrived Tuesday and is the guest of Miss Kate DAILY.

Jos. SMITH and family took their departure for Chicago last Saturday. Mr. SMITH was one of the Badger Wall paper mill employees.

L.D. BOWMAN has been tendered a permanent position as operator at the dispatchers office and will remove from Hortonville to this city.

Dr. L. DERDIGER, the oculist, will be at the Grand View hotel, next Monday, May 7th to attend to your wants. If your eyes are afflicted call on him.

Paul H. Beaulieu POST will give a social hop at their hall Tuesday evening May 15. All friends of the soldiers are invited. Tickets only 25 cents.

The Baptist Young People’s Society will hold a sun flower social at the home of Mr. ZIMMERMAN May 10, Thursday. Ice cream and cake will be served.

Jacob RUPERT is having the bricks veneered front of his building on Second Street repaired. The wall was damaged at the time the old KOHLER bakery burned.

The Rockford screen door is the best made. Hundreds of dealers say so; thousands of families say so. Buy one and you will also say so. Sold at HAAS & BREIER's.

Eight tramps was the first harvest the city reaped under the new rule of fees going to the city instead of to the police officers. The vags were run in Tuesday night.

John LEPPLA has returned once again from Ashland and succeeds E. J. KNECHT as
Train Dispatcher at this point. John's many friends will be pleased to learn of his promotion.

LUCKOW & WENZLOFF commenced the erection of a two story residence this week
for Phil WEIFENBACH. It is situated on Ninth Street, and will cost complete about $1500.

Principal YOUMAN's residence on the south side, was struck by lightning during the storm last Friday night. It was only a light bolt, however, the roof being slightly damaged.

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, May 18, 1894

Jos. FAUST & Co. completed their work of drilling an artesian well at the sight of the new Hotel Brothers last week, a fine flow of water having been a struck at a depth of 312 feet.

T.H. RELLY, of Appleton, has the contract for putting in the foundation for the new addition to the Little Chute Catholic Church and has now made much progress on the job. The addition is on the south end of the church and the dividing wall will be taken out so as to enlarge the capacity of the edifice. The church stands in the midst of an old burying ground and when the excavations were being made for the foundations of the addition a number of old graves were encountered, containing skeletons and traces of old burial cases. They were carefully transferred to consecrated ground.

August MINNOKOVINSKI, employed at the sulphite mill fell off the railroad trestle across the Telulah water power canal at Appleton last Thursday evening and wadrowned within fifteen feet of the shore. He was on his way to work, and in order to make a short cut tried to pass several boxcars on the trestle by walking on the ends of the ties. He leaves a wife and two children. The body was recovered and buried Saturday.

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, May 25, 1894

4 cans of good corn for 25 cents at the Bell.

Mrs. Thos. REESE visited Oshkosh friends this week.

Miss Mary MURPHY visited friends at Franklin last week.

Mrs. A. P. BAYORGEON visited Appleton friends last week.

The new bank at Brillion opened for business last Monday.

An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. John FRANK died last Tuesday.

Dave REESE, of Appleton, Sundayed [sic] with Kaukauna friends.

Miss Hatie ZACHOW, of Seymour, is visiting Kaukauna friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed. HENIE have removed to their old home at Lyons, Iowa.

Justice CONLON has removed his family to his residence on Lawe Street.

Mr. and Mrs. G. O. BABCOCK spent spent last Sunday with Appleton friends

Herman BUCHOLTZ will open a bakery in the Wiggers building on Sixth Street.

Mrs. Thos JELLY is visiting her sister Miss BELL, on of the northside school teachers.

Mrs. Jos. DIETZLER and family, visited her old home in the town of Chilton last week.

Rev. RHODE and GEISSLER assisted Wednesday in the dedication of a new church at Clintonville.

A-number 1 table butter at 13 cents a pound at the Bell Grocery House, G. A. TRAYSER, Proprietor.

Mrs. F. A. TOWSLEY departed for Dakota Monday, called suddenly by the illness of her mother. She will probably sojourn for a few months.

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, May 25, 1894

Maude SEAGER, the girl who ran away from her home a week ago at Appleton, is now a member of the Salvation Army in Fon du Lac.

Chris. ROEMER, of Appleton, was elected treasurer of the state association of Catholic benevolent societies at the Sheboygan convention.

John CHENEVERT, who was negotiating for the Grand View hotel several months ago, has purchased the Windsor at Fond du Lac for $30,000.

Messers. A. HANSEN and Dave BURNS will represent Kaukauna Lodge No. 297 at
the I.O.O.F. Grand Lodge at Green Bay next week.

Henry SCHOLLS says that the hard times are causing the people to order smaller cisterns than usual. They can't even afford to catch rain water.

Ex-county Clerk Jas CANAVAN, has passed final examination at the Rush Medical
College, and arrived at his home in Appleton this week a full-fledged M. D.

The marriage of Miss Nancy DERROCHS and mr. ANTON RUTTER, was solemnized at the Holy Cross church last Tuesday morning, Rev. Fr. RHODE oficiating.

Thomas MCCARTY, a Kaukauna by, was married last Tuesday to a Miss RHODA at
Duck Creek. Jos. MCCARTY, brother of the groom, attended the wedding.

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