Kaukauna Times
November 1905

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, November 3, 1905

Joseph SNELL and Mollie BLUM of Marshfield were married by Justice H. J.
MULHOLLAND Halloween night. They will make their home in Kaukauna, where the
groom has secured a position.

The malicious prosecution case of Lawrence HAAS vs. John POWERS, residents of
Buchanan, was tried in circuit court at Appleton this week, the jury rendering a verdict of $500 for the plaintiff. A motion for a new trial will be argued in a few days. The case had its origin in a line fence, the ownership of which was claimed by both parties. HAAS removed a portion of the fence and was arrested. The plaintiff was represented by John BOTTENSEK and G. T. MOESKES of Appleton and the defendant by G. H. DAWSON of Kaukauna and T. H. RYAN of Appleton.

Paul D. PETERSON, a former resident of Appleton, died in a hospital at Denver Monday. The body was interred in the family lot at Appleton.

J. G. FECHTER has just received his Christmas line of jewelry which includes all kinds of silverware. The goods are now on sale and are attracting much attention.

Otto LOOK has resigned his position as pharmacist at Tanner's Drug Store, to take effect January 1. He goes to Sheboygan to accept a place in one of the large stores of that city.

Mrs. N. COFFEY, one of the oldest and best known settlers in Outagamie County died at her home in Freedom Saturday. The funeral was held Monday. She is survived by seven sons.

Louis B. CADY and Miss Elizabeth MANNEBACH of Green Bay were married at the
Congregational church parsonage at Appleton Wednesday, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. F. T. ROUSE.

William MICKIE will dispose of his personal property at auction sale on Wednesday, November 15, at his farm in the town of Freedom. Mr. MICKIE has purchased a section of land in South Dakota, near Roscoe, where our former townsman William FINDER is located, and will remove west this fall.

Mrs. ELWORTH who had been in the employ of M. M. MCCARTY, the missing man,
for several years, was in the city Monday called here by the critical illness of her father. While here she called on Marshal CONLON to whom she gave additional information that will be used at the trial of KABAT next spring.

J. G. HAGERTY, a Hortonville barber, was found unconscious in a room at the Lake Side hotel at Milwaukee Saturday and was removed to the Emergency hospital where he died. The young amn was suffering from tubercular peritonitis, which is believed to have caused his death. The funeral was held at Hortonville.

The cabbage season is now at its height and the yards about the depot are congested with teams loaded with cabbage and sugar beets. Shipments are being made at about the rate of 12 car loads per day. The prevailing price is about $11.00 per ton and the crop is of good quality and yield. Sugar beets are coming in rapidly and shipments are being made at the rate of three or four cars a day--Shiocton News.


Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, November 10, 1905

Mrs. S. C. GRAHAM, and her son, Russell, departed Wednesday to visit at Mason City, Iowa Falls, and Estherville, Iowa.

Mr. H. D. SMITH of Appleton was in the city Tuesday looking after business interests in connection with the Interurban line.

Miss Lena ZITLOW of Wrightstown was in the city Tuesday the guest of her sister, Mrs. Gus RISTAU, and also called on the Misses BAUM.

Mr. & MRs. G. W. MOCKLEY and George MOCKLEY of Neenah spent Saturday and sunday with Mrs. MOCKLEY's parents, Mr. and mrs. John SHILLCOX.

Mrs. William SIEBERLICH and daaughter, Miss Carrie, left Sunday for a visit with Milwaukee friends, returning to Port Washington Tuesday to attend the wedding of a relative.

Mrs. J. J. WIRTZ is in the city for a visit with her sisters, mrs. C. J. BORDEN and Mrs. Robt. B. TOWSLEY. Mr. WIRTZ and family have just removed from Marquette, Michigan, to Milwaukee.

Miss Grace HAMILTON, daughter of Mrs. Geo. HAMILTON, who has been her having her eyes treated for several months returened to her home Tuesday at Oconto Falls, with her eye-sight very much improved.

Mrs. Robert HAMILTON returned Friday from a four months' absence visiting relatives on the Pacific coast and with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh CAMERON of Mason City, Iowa, who returned with her to Kaukauna.

Miss Mayme GUILFOYLE of Antigo passed through the city Monday on her way to
Chicago to purchase goods for Goldberg's big department store in antigo where she is head saleslady over one of the departments.

Mrs. George B. BYRON of Chicago and Attorney SEDGEWICK of Manitowoc and
Attorney SEDGEWICK of Manitowoc were in the city Friday on business with James DRIESSEN, administrator of the Davie J. BROTHER's estate, settling up matters pertaining to his burial.

Mr. and mrs. Charles POSSEN removed this week to Chicago where Mr. POSSON has
a position with his brother, Edward POSSON. Mrs. POSSON and children will spend a few days visiting relatives at Appleton and Fond du Lac.

Rev. W. J. PATTON of the BROKAW Memorial church returned Tuesday from Chicago where he had been to speak at a banquet held by the Sons of Veterans Memorial
Asociation of which he is a member of the National Committee.

Joseph MCCARTY has just finished one of the most attractive front porches on his residence on Wisconsin Avenue that there is in the city. It has a combination of concrete block and colonial columns in pairs with a balustrade above to match and with its generous proportions, being nearly twelve feet deep, makes a very attractive addition to his home surroundings. [Anyone know if this house is still there? Please contact me. Thanks]

Kaukauna times, Kaukauna, WI, November 17, 1905

Miss Marie HASS and Miss Emma LOSTIN were Saturday visitors with the Misses
KOLPAK at Appleton.

William J. HOGAN was awarded the contract Friday for the plumbing work in the new WENDT block.

Mr. & Mrs. Chas. BEHNKE of Manitowoc spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert
PLANK and family.

Miss Clara BAHR arrived Wednesday for a few months visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ferd. SCHULER.

Miss Marie HASS' friends held a little surprise party on her Sunday evening to celebrate her return from Illinois.

The Misses Ereda LEISLING and Lizzie and Marlie KOLPAK of Appleton were guests Sunday with Miss Emma LOSTIN.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred LOESCHER and daughter, Miss Delia of Menasha were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry SCHUBERT.

Miss Sophia GREVES who has spent the past eight weeks with her sister, Mrs. Otto ENGLEMANN left Tuesday for her home at Potter.

The coming marriage of Miss Dora DERRICKS of this city to Mr. Alex SCHREIBER
of ELAND, was announced at Holy Cross Church last Sunday.

M. KEMKE will complete the galvanized iron and tin roof on the new building he is construction at the corner of Lawe and Doty streets this week.

Mrs. Martin HEINDEL is moving into the city this week from her farm to the Emil PORTMAN place on George Street recently purchased by her, consideration $1,275.

The woman's Relief corps of this city will be inspected this evening by Miss Attie BAER, president of the Geo. D. EGGLESTON Woman's Relief corps of Appleton. It was intended that Mrs. Libbie C. BAER, her mother, would do the work but she was called to Indiana by the critical illness of her mother.

A message has been received form Denver, Colorado, announcing the death of Otto ULRICH, son of Mr. and Mrs. John ULRICH, former residents of the north side. The deceased was the youngest and only remaining son the bereaved parents, and the blow will be a very severe one to them as they are both well advanced in years and depended much upon his assistance. Mr. and Mrs. ULRICH have the heartfelt sympathy of their many friends back here in Kaukauna.

Julius J. MARTENS Co. has something extra good to show you in 72 inch, bleached table linen at $4.00 per yard.

Mrs. A. R. EARLEY of Chicago spent several days in the city this week, a guest of her sister-in-law Mrs. Anna NICHOLSON.

Mrs. Thomas GRAY and daughter Miss Irene spent several days this week with Mrs. GRAY's brother, John SULLIVAN at New London.

Rev. W. J. PATTON has been at Superior all the week on business which will detain him until Saturday when he will return in time for his Sunday service at Brokaw Memorial Church.

C. A. LEICHTY of Chicago, Superintendent of Bridges and building for the Northern Wisconsin division of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway, was in Kaukauna Thursday on business.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur LINDAUER who were married Tuesday at Merrill, have been spending part of their honeymoon in Kaukauna, guests at the home of the groom's uncle, Mr. Luther LINDAUER.

Lost! Thursday morning between WENDT's Drug Store and August PAHL's place on Wisconsin Avenue, an open face silverine watch, size No. 18. Finder will be rewarded by returning same to W. R. SCARBOROUGH, First Ward.

Misfortunes never come singly thinks Matt HARTZHEIM. He was at Appleton to spend a short time with his wife who nearly died under an operation and returned to find his four year old daughter very low with pneumonia.

That paper mill work involves some hazard is shown by the accident reports submitted to the register of deeds by one Kaukauna physician Thursday morning. Out of fifteen accidents reported ten occurred in paper mills and one in a pulp mill.

Librarian Miss Lillian BELL and Rev. A. J. BUXTON go to Fond du Lac next Tuesday to attend the sixth annual meeting of the Fox River Valley Library Association which will be held there two days at the public library building. Rev. BUXTON is to deliver an address on "The Public Library from the Standpoint of the Public.

Joseph C. SCHMITT, a passenger brakeman of the Ashland division of the Northwestern Road, sustained injuries at Appleton Junction Thursday morning from which he may not recover. He was standing on the steps of a couch as the train pulled into the depot. Near the edge of the depot platform was an express truck loaded with deer. As the train passed this SCHMITT was struck in the abdomen by the truck and was rendered unconscious. He was removed to St. Elizabeth's hospital.

Mrs. L. W. SARGENT and her sister Miss Elizabeth ROE depart this evening for Pullman., Washington, where they will remain during the winter in hopes of recuperating Mrs. SARGENT's health. They will sojourn with Mr. SARGENT's brother who is located at Pullman. Mrs. SARGENT's host of friends here who sympathize with her in her long and tedious illness hope that the change will prove beneficial and that she will be able to return in the spring fully resorted to health.

Misfortunes never come singly thinks Matt HARTZHEIM. He was at Appleton to spend a short time with his wife who nearly died under an operation and returned to find his four year old daughter very low with pneumonia.

That paper mill work involves some hazard is shown by the accident reports submitted to the register of deeds by one Kaukauna physician Thursday morning. Out of fifteen accidents reported ten occurred in paper mills and one in a pulp mill.

Librarian Miss Lillian BELL and Rev. A. J. BUXTON go to Fond du Lac next Tuesday to attend the sixth annual meeting of the Fox River Valley Library Association which will be held there two days at the public library building. Rev. BUXTON is to deliver an address on "The Public Library from the Standpoint of the Public.

Joseph C. SCHMITT, a passenger brakeman of the Ashland division of the Northwestern Road, sustained injuries at Appleton Junction Thursday morning from which he may not recover. He was standing on the steps of a couch as the train pulled into the depot. Near the edge of the depot platform was an express truck loaded with deer. As the train passed this SCHMITT was struck in the abdomen by the truck and was rendered unconscious. He was removed to St. Elizabeth's hospital.

Mrs. John SHILLCOX spent Sunday with friends at Wrightstown.

C. F. GOODELL of Depere was in Kaukauna on business Wednesday.

Mrs. R. B. POWERS and daughter Lois made a trip to Milwaukee Saturday.

Look at Wing's line of winter caps. You will want one with fur ear protectors.

Cleon McCROSSEN was down to Chicago Monday on a two days trip on business.

Mrs. L. N. PATNAUDE of Manitowoc visited relatives here from Saturday to Wednesday.

Thomas SHILLCOX left for Mercer last week where he will be employed for the winter.

Charles WOODARD of Little Rapids was in the city a short time Wednesday on business.

Miss Martha HINNENTHAL spent Sunday last at Neenah, a guest of Miss Martha SCHUMAN.

Miss Agnes ZIEDLER of Hortonville was a guest of Mrs. Henry JONES Saturday.

Miss Hernningsen of Oconto arrived Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs. L. L. NELSON.

Frank SOLAR of the Solar Manufacturing company was at Oshkosh on business Saturday.

How about the cold weather underwear. FECHTER has the fine fleece-lined kind that you want.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry JONES left for Green Bay Monday evening to attend the funeral of a relative.

Otto DUERR of Benton Harbor, Mich., is in the city the guest of his cousin, Joseph REUTER.

Prof. L. E. SARGENT of Kaukauna high school made a short visit to Oshkosh Saturday afternoon.

Theodore NEILSON of Amherst was a guest of friends in Kaukauna over Sunday, returning, Monday.

Mrs. Thomas BARRETT is a Chicago spending a month the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. H. SIEDENGLANZ.

Mrs. C. SCHWEBS of Hortonville arrived Tuesday for a few weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Henry JONES.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. CLASPILL were called to Milwaukee Monday morning to attend the funeral of Mrs. CLASPILL's uncle.

Mrs. L. L. NELSON departed Monday for a visit of a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. HENNINGSEN at Oconto.

Mrs. Anna MCCROSSEN departed Monday morning for Rochester, N.Y. where she was called by the illness of her sister.[if you are interested in this family - please contact me off list]

The Misses Mamie VANELLS of Port Washington and Helen VANDEYACHT of Dundas are visiting thir cousin, Miss Josephine MILLER.

Mrs. Charles ALWARDT returned from Clintonville Saturday afternoon where she has been for the past two weeks undergoing an operation. Mr. & Mrs. Herman STRECK were Appleton visitors Monday.

Highest market price paid for hides at Lehrer's market on Third street. Mrs. John NELSON has spent a part of the week with Mrs. ROBINSON at Sheboygan.

Undertaker R. J. COAD was called to Fond du Lac Sunday by the illness of a relative.

Miss Lettie MULHOLLAND attended the funeral of Clara HARE at Sheboygan Monday.

Mrs. Joseph MCCARTHY was up to Appleton last Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Nick ADRIANS.

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. PACKARD of Fond du Lac spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. GRISWOLD.

F. J. BALGIE is selling Swift's premium fancy sugar cured ham at 12 1/2 cents a pound; usual price 15 cents.

Itzyl SOLAR was at Appleton last Friday evening to attend a social dance given at the Third ward school.

Engineer S. MCADAMS has removed his family to Clintonville, being a more convenient point for his present run.

Mrs. HEALY, one of the earliest pioneers of Chilton, is in Kaukauna for a few days, the guest of Mrs. H. D. WING.

The Misses Ella and Susie SCHUMACHER and Jessie JOLLY of Appleton, were Sunday guests of Kaukauna friends.

Mr. and Mrs. M. DONAHUE and daughter, Miss Genevieve, spent Sunday with Dr. M. C. RYAN and wife at Marion.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank FOSHA "drove" to Appleton in their automobile Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and E. Z. WILLIAMS.

Michael SULLIVAN of Milwaukee, ad former well know resident of this city has been here several days calling on relatives.

Mrs. Frank MAYBERRY returned the first of the week to her home in Milwaukee after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. E. A. PARTON.

Mrs. G. H. DAWSON was at Oshkosh Saturday to visit friends and attend the banquet given in the evening by Ivy lodge, Daughters of Rebekah.

Dr. H. B. TANNER departed Saturday for a several weeks' trip to New York and other eastern cities in the interests of the Rio Tamasopo Sugar company.

Fireman George HARTWELL has returned from a visit with relatives at Toronto, Canada. Mrs. HARTWELL who accompanied him there will remain for a more extended sojourn.

Mrs. William RADEMACHER was called to Sheboygan Saturday by the death of her niece, Mrs. Clara HARE. The decendent was well known in this city where she frequently visited. Death resulted from an operation.

Mr. and Mrs. Nick BUDINGER of Chicago arrived in Kaukauna Saturday evening to spend a part of their honeymoon, having been married Wednesday of last week. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. RAUGHT while here, returning home Tuesday morning. The groom was a former Kaukauna boy and The Times joins his old time friends here in extending congratulations.....

 

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