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   Monroe Semi Weekly Times (Newspaper) - February 23, 1899, Monroe, Wisconsin                             MONROE -WEEKLY TIMES. VOL. MONROE.'WIS., THURSDAY, FEKKUAKY 23, NO. 26. OUR ADVANTAGES FOR SUGAR PLANT in the manufacture of beet sugar has caused the sugar trust to become thor- oughly alarmed. The trust is iu evi- dence throwing cold water in our state legislatures and iu editorials iu ourlead- I ing journals. He considers that their race is run and that two years more FREDERICK RUDY BUSINESS OF THE PASSES BEYOND Thinks Monroe Is Well Suited. I great monopoly, as the people are going to take a hand. When questioned in regard to a finan- cial plan that might be followed in case CITY NOW HAS AN OPEN of tons daily capacity, costing 000. The plan, in bis judgment, would Beet Culture Could Be Carried on Here be to have Monroe raise from to the other cities along the lines at a Great Profit as Well as It Is f of Elsewhere. The plant could then be bonded to secure the balance of neces- n, sary capital. The fanners could also A beet sugar plant for Monroe is the latest. notes, payable in beets, as is being done W. H. Wheeler, president of the Mon- to annual Succumbs After Illness of Short Duration. SYSTEM WAS RUN DOWN BY OLD AGE MUNICIPALITY Work of the Aldermen at Tues- day Evening's Session. PRESIDENT SELLER IN THE CHAIR Dcceased Spend Twenty-Five Years of His Life In This City, He Was Highly Respected. done. Mr. Gorham favored dealing iu J rights instead of franchises and sug-! (jested giving the company a permit. A proposition to have Mr. Wheeler's at- torney prepare a suitable permit and have it presented and allowed was agreed upon. The other business of the council was the allowing of a druggist's permit to Dettlott Butteriield and allowing a bill of S4.00 in favor of J. J. Tschndy, Jr., for rubber boots. The police reported seventeen lights out. LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS. FRANKLIN TO HAVE HOUSE OF WORSHIP Brief Discussions Made the Moiling Some- thing More Than a Call of the Order of Business. roe Water Works company, and who is a.vidends Qn every ?li000 iuvested is not now interested in the construction and to t.ake. The factories operation of sugar factories thinks Mon- of roe admirable sui ted spreading industry. ing up everywhere and he is anxious to of wmch is cash as soon as it runs into a bag. are open- in The failure in manufacture of ..I beet sugar at Menominee Falls was have Monroe take advantage of the' chance that is now open to it. He sug-, there with hlg gests that a committee ot business men rol mi go to Bay City, Mich, and see been done there and what'is going to be done. To a Times reporter he gave some facts and pointers that will doubtless be of interest at this time. Frederick Rudy, old and highly res-, pected citizen of this community, died The alderman of the held ellcr All the meeting Suitable Edifice to Be Erected at the Cemetery. MEETING TAKES DEFINITE ACTION at nis nonie m tne'ii-u vi i'..... T Modnay. His illness, although of short to the absence ot Mayor A. L duration, was caused by a sudden col- from the city, Present Go bob lapse, the result of old age. Although occupied the mayors a very sick man yesterday he was bright were prese.it Exhibitors Who Were Successful at the Browntown Fair. The midwinter fair which was in pro- O'ress at Browntown last week was a I success as far as exhibits were con- cerned. The different classes were well lilled. The list of prize winners is as follows: FARM AND a report that on xmut o the poor design in the ma- impossible to make It 'ii alldayaiul was able to make his will, but toward evening his circulation be- gan to fail and he sank slowly into his last sleep. Mr. Rudy wi of age, beinj to Mr. Wheeler has given the iu tho wl when subject b y they Mr. Wheeler as given e su careful study for the put two years and February they found the has associated with him the French ex- alld the perts who built Hie plants a ,imchinery would not n.ake sugar. They and Grand Island in Nebraska, and at Bay City, Mich., last Jffe rep orb a great tidal wave of mteie t in this subject about to sweep over hiscountry Pa. His father was born in Switzerland while his mother came from Germany. He came west when a young man and was called to order shortly before o'clock and adjourned at The meeting would have amounted to little more than the president's call of the order of business had it not been for works company, and J. Bolender, who was there to represent Mrs. R. A. Field Kinhart, Allen Building Will Cost Between SSoo and Over Half of Which Has A'ready Been A new church will be built on the grounds adjoining the Franklin ceme- tery. This was decided upon at a meet- ing that was held at the home of A. J. Trickle Tuesday. There was a large attendance and much interest was taken in the matter. He came west when a young man anc, ,e tine the ttslessor called farmed during the fifties and sixties near BnJ- At to t Bush creek, in Stephenson county, nl- U pll About twenty-five years ago he came to -eon sly Monroe. rs past he pavty and predicts that the tin plate industry which has achieved such marvelous suc- cess in the United States with in the past eight years, will be utterly insignifiear in comparison with the beet sugar ii m- duatry when the public ia fairly awa' w ened to its possibilities. ut Giving his conversation local color --'1 said to a Times reporter that beet 'c which now coats in Monroe a trifle five cents per pound wholesale, can produced at a factory located in vicinity at a coat not to exceed three cents per pound, leaving a net profit of two cents per pound, or per ton. A factory that could be operated at this profit and produce 4000 tons of sugar annually from tons of beets, would coat about equipped with tho latest and most economical machinery. Production at this rate would mean for the farmer, or a ton for his beets. Speaking of the possibilities of beet production here he was positive that with good culture and good seed any land about Monroe will raise from eigh- teen to twenty tons per acre. The soil for beets is the very best, being under- laid with lime stone, which is considered extremely desirable. Then the city is at the junction of two railroads, which is a great advantage. At Grand Island beets are hauled 100 miles by tho railroad at a cost of fifty cents a ton, and he did not see why the entire line of the Mineral Point division from Janesville west, and the Illinois Central from Madison to the Illinois river could not be utilized in this same 6rience in second. Faulkner, first; Ira Rin- liart, second. A. Johnson, first; Ira Rin- hart, second. Rinhart, first; J. P. Michaels, second. Rinhart, first; N. An- derson, second. Beets-Ira Rinhart, first and second. P. Michaels, first. Rinhart, lint; J. P. Michaels, second. Beans -Ira I Dale, second. Anderson, first; Ira Rin- The meeting was called to order by D. Btchold. John Counery, of this city was elected chairman of Frank Millmim was the meeting and chosen secretary. Rinhart, first; Mrs. J. wn to wrong anyone and his influence was always found on Athela3t meeting line of work sufficient to ,cess. vj.r. Wheeler addressed the citizens at ttertown laat Friday, meeting five iferent delegations of citizens. He .s the prospect is very good for a ji't at Watertown. Mr. Wheeler's in the matter consists of build- and equipping a plant and furnish- ing a staff of experts to make the first season's run. It will be remembered ihat a year ago he sent invitations here to have citizens accompany his party of citizens and experts to Grand Island to inspect the plant there. and his influence was aways oun on )M have the side of right. Many .years ago h she pai united with the Methodist church_ He was a regular church goer but he at- the under The Best clover Faulkner, first. Grand special farm Rinhart. PASTRY. E. Nelson, first; Mrs. total abstainer himself. and Bread-Mrs. J. P. Michaels, first; Mrs. dren by a former wife, the cemetery at Oraugeville. adop- GOV. SCOFIELD'S RETURN. Chief Executive of the State to Be Back in Madison by March i. Acting Gov. Stone received word from Gov. Scofield that he expected to return to Madison about March 1. Gov. Stone received a telegram from Col. W. J. Boyle of Milwaukee, who went to Cali- fornia with Gov. Scofield, in which Col. Boylo says the governor is much im- proved and in good spirits. Paul Sco- field, Col. Boyle says is better. SMALL POX AT APPLETON. PAIR OF TENDER AGE SECRETLY MARRIED Miss Mabel Walters Steals a March on Her Folks. W. A. Trickle, second, Layer J. F. Hogan, first; first; Miss Mabel Walter, adopted daughter the matter was dropped with the tion of the committee's report. This same committee also had under -jj; Whitehead. consideration the assessment of John Nut cake _Mrfl. W. A. Trickle, Mrs. Howe's property and reported that it be E Nelson, second, assessed- f or ?900 instead of and Cookies-Mrs. M. Whitehead, recommended that of the tax paid Mra_ j p Michaels, second, by him be refunded. The committee's re- Largest M. Whitehead. port was approved. Grand Whitehead. When the council was about to ad- E. Nelson, first; jonru, Mr. Wheeler made inquiry re- Mrg_ w A Trickle, second garding the claim recently presented by Best cake by girl under the water works company against the Honle. The committee consisting of D. Btchold and Joseph Reynolds reported having toward the building of the new church. The report was adopted and a motion to build a union church at Franklin cemetery was carried. The following trustees of the church were elected: A. J. Trickle, Frank Mill- man, D. Btchold and Alfred "Kelly. The board of trustees organized as follows: W. A. Trickle, of Browntown, presi- dent; Frank Millman, Monroe, secretary; D. Btchold, Jordan, treasurer. A building committee and a soliciting committee were elected as follows: Reyneld, Frank Mill- man and D. Btchold. The soliciting committee was divided into four sec- tions, Cadiz; W. A. Trickle, Browntown; Joseph Reynolds, Clarno; Frank Mill- man, Monroe; D. Btchold, Jordan. Other matters of interest were talked over and the meeting adjourned for two weeks, to meet Tuesday, March 7 at 1 o'clock. It is proposed to build a church at a cost of from to The dimen- sions are 30x40 feet. NOTES PKOM FRANKLIN. Measles prevail at Altman's and Dennis was secretly married to desired to have is accepted or Maine, who is chairman of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Walter, of this city, Dude" Love-1 rf oommittee which has the matter first. Mrs. A. Raymer, second. Dave Moni. Best canned Geo. Michaels II uu QJ- UUIlHll..luUnO VY U.1U.U. J-itvj land, a young man of Mouticello. They J consiael.atiou, said that the coin- were in the city Wednesday, id, a young man ui said that tne corn- re in the city Wednesday, arriving I ready to report aucl askeci the eastbonud train on the Milwaukee 1 more time The extension of time road, and were transferred to the Illi- urn IT In _ nois Central on their way to Mouticello. The family here only suspect their mar- riageasthey are without any know- peeler asked permission of (Jonucj1 to mate a request that had way. The dairying and stock raising industry, which. now lends in Greon county, would receive great bene- fit as the pulp is excellent feed for cows and stock. The beets are sliced in the Ten Cases Now Known lo Be In the City --One Death Reported. The appearance of small pox at Apple- ton is causing some alarm. The nrst death occurred Tuesday, the victim be- ing Mary Lipski, who was taken down with the disease. There are now ten cases iu the city, one having broke out by infection from the families who first contracted it in the paper mills. There are nix more cases in the Lipski family. There is beginning to be a little anxiety riageasthey are without any know- m over ft year He asked ledge of theffacts. Tho girl is only 19 fa u of lacing a line of poles yeara of age and her hubby is 21 yean, houge nlfl Sho. left home Tuesday morning on to the water jwwiu -o------------ from tne pumping iiuuac uu old. Sho left home Tuesday morning on coimecfc them with wire3 so that the pretext of going to Monticello. The conUl be used iu operating young man came down from Monticello Monday afternoon and the couple went I the valve and controlling the overflow button iu the h the to Browntown Tuesday forenoon. They It wlls the intention to Rev. ,iud ]ow water ,lliu.m were married there Tuesday by Worth, pastor of the German Luthern olectrical appiiauce would factory, then soaked in water to absorb the sugar, and then it is boiled down. The pulp makes good feed and this is another benefit that a beet sugar factory would 'be to a locality like Monroe. By j way of explanation he added that the beet sugar factory and tho cow go to- gether. The plant at Bay City, which was designed and built under tho personal direction of Mr. Wheeler's associates, is a phenomenal success. It is just com- pleting its season's run, with a profit to the factory from to two new factories of larger capacity have been organized at Bay City, the con- tracts for construction having been let. At ottier points in Michigan three other factory contracts have been let, one of these being at Beuton Harbor, last Fri- day. The farmers and business men at Bay City nro wildly excited, having made enormous profits in one year's beet cul- ture, some clearing from to an acre after allowing per acre rent for land and all other expense bills, includ- ing their own labor. Although many factories are being started he said there is no danger of overstocking tho country with sugar plants as it will take 500 such plants to furnish the sugar that is now being im- ported into the United states. The num- ber equalized by state assigns thirty to Wisconsin. Thr rapid advancement being made lo "V _ as few children have been vaccinated. COLD WAVE COMING. church there. The young man is a son tueftlflaiing with the valve in of Frank Loveland, a farmer ot n. mile, town of Washington and works on the farm. The folks will doubtless bo sur- Sandock, first; Mrs. Rynhart, second. Pickles, Kelly, first; Mrs. Rynhart, second. Pickles, Hogan, first; Mrs. Milt Sandock, second. Fruit, J. P. Michaels, rst; Mrs. Chas. Tyler, second. Hogan, first; Mrs. Chas. 'ayler, second. Grand Milt Sandock. FANCY WORK. Mrs. ,T. Michaels, first; Mrs. W. A. Trickle, second. Moni, first. C. A. Allen, second. Wisconsin Weather as Predicted By the of fire. The tank shut-off is a mile f rou tho pumps and Mr. Wheeler does no i like the idea of having a man run tha prised when be comes home with abride. ghut off the tans pressur and then open it again. He stilted tha this apparatus would cost but th company desired to have the works as ef OLD SETTLERS DEAD. Weather Bureau. Today's forecast of Wisconsin weather furnished by the Weather bureau: Fair, colder, with a cold wave, brisk to high northwest winds. Case of Responsibility. Win. Rierdon, who resides north of South Wayne, wns before Justice Edw. Mrs. Susan Hegerty, of Winslow, pired Tuesday. Mrs Susan Hegerty, after a long serious illness, passed away at Winslow Tuesday. The deceased was a pioneer of this section, and her death is sincerely mourned. MRS. POU.Y PEC Ex" I licieiit as possible and desired this rigl to complete improvements now bcinj, I made at the pumping station. and! When Mr. Wheeler concluded Al Ruegger Tuesday on charge provoke Gorlmm arose and said he remembeiT the matter when it came up a year and half ago, and the request us made then was for an ordinance allowing the com- pany to pole the whole city for electrical Best piece of Cole, first; Airs. Hogau, second. Rugs-Mrs. Hogan, first; Mrs. Wes Trickle, second. Best piece any Hogan, first, Mrs, Moni, second. Hand made Moni, first Miss Cole, second. Crochet Divan, first, Mrs. Worth, second. Lamp mat-Mrs. Whitehead. first, Edith Kelly, second. Tidies -Olivi Divan, first, Mrs. W. A. Trickle, second. Cole, first, Mrs. 0. Erickson, second. Hogan's. Wm. King is the tousorial artist at Guy Gables. Everybody is pleased with the change in the weather. Miss May Grant, of Monroe, visited Miss Grace Land last week. Mr. Mike Martin visited our school dnring the closing hour last Friday even- ing. Mr. Babler and family will occupy the Morton farm, next year, taking the place of Mr. Crow. Mr. O'Connor visited at Browntown, attended the Sweely Exposition Friday night, and returned Saturday. Our young people closed the ante- Lenten season with a surprise party at Michal Murphy's on the evening of Feb. 13. The guests were cordially welcomed and dancing was indulged in un- til a late hour. It was an occasion for those who were present to remember with pleasure. Chas. Hawthorn's chimney caught fire Sunday afternoon and had more using language tending to assault on complaint of Frank Layton. It was the outcome of a scrap that oc- curred at Browntown on tho 13th inst. The evidence showed that Layton was intoxicated at tho time and was wholly irresponsible, and Rierdon was dis- charged. Layton served a jail sentence here two yearn ago for obtaining money under false pretenses at Albany. He is employed by E. W. Cole. i.....j i Mrs Polly Peck, an old resident of and mechanical purposes, ihe council Tuesday. Death was due was willing to give them the ecr- to breaking down caused by old age. tain leading to the tank for their poles, but this fli.l not soem to chusetts, March, 12, 1807. She'came to want and that ended Jefferson township, with her husband, the late Nelson in Two sons survive her, they are Andrus Peck, Mr. Wheeler assured the council that communication between the tank and station WHS all that he wanted. The Flowers rMrs. Moni, first; Blanche Martin, second. Grand Divan. Geo. Trickle. Best collection of Geo. Kelly. Best collection of relics --W. E. Trickle. HCHOOL WORK. Declamation-Eddie Trickle, first; than it could hold for a time emitting flames which shot upward ton feet or more from the top and for a time threat- ened the commodious dwelling but prompt and liberal application of salt reduced the flames and a well cleaned chimney is the result. Johnnie Hasse who has recently taken unto himself a wife, was given the cus- tomary serenade one evening last week by the Franklin Glee club. After en- joying the melodies for a time Mr. Hasse invited the young gentlemen in and treated them handsomely. On their de- parture director Morton called on his followers for three cheers as their ex- pression of good wishes for the young man and his bride, that they may live long to enjoy the happiness so worthy a young couple deserves. For frost bites, burns, indolent sores, oskin disease, and especially I'iles. DeWitt's .Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best Look out for dis- honest people who try to imitate and counlefit it. It's ithcir endorsement of a good article. Worthless goods are not imitated. Get DeWitt's Hazel salve. W. F T ukenbro sons survive her, they are Andnvs reck, station wm, a. .L-.U of this city, and Everett Peck, of Polk, former franchise was a matter of c old The fimenil will bo hel-1 Fri-lav at in-.SO. and that Strahr. tt 'ices bcit." held at the church at! the nl.Vnm-n saw lit and askr.1 nothing ,iiris under II! Polk wd the inturm-nt at Fairliold and did not srr why the fnm-, May Tyler, second. Polk ami tut nun m. have ben, treated as it i Cirlr un.ler Hl-.-Uetha Tyler. ten'___________.____ He no harm in it if it had! MAP DKAWj.Sti. J F Broadwell of Milwaukee, gen-' pa-wd. It bad always bern his exper- j Siate of Wisconsin Actea eril state superintendent for th.-Fidelity ieuce to have councils amend franchises tirst; Sheave, mvnd. ,...f Illein: 1 States -Mlllld K( Life of Philadelphia, when they did nut see fit allow is iu the city and paid to Joshua land any amendments or Zweifel, exector of the estate of Tobias i would have been satisfacfm I'nited States Kelly. Baby show, prettiest Imby i Palmer. Zweifel, deceased. in full on i policy No. R (ifl.740. The Fidelity have the council was 1 I r i a reputation for prompt payment claims. "'i them aj franchise limiting them to the absolute noc'.'ssitios and see that work was The school children of the city were made remember George Washington Wednesday by being given a holiday. There was an unusual large attendance at tho meeting at U. B. church Tues- day evening. Rev. J.A. Beidler preached the sermon and was followed by remarks by Rev. Geo. W. Case. Rev. H. 0. i Bethel preached Wednesday evening. A campaign, which has been waged for two weeks by the pastors of the city i churches on one side and tbo students of Rockfrod High school on tho other. I ended when the'board of school iiwpec- I tors decided thay had no authority to I forbid the pupils to give dancing parties. May If you have a cough, throat iritation, weak lungs, pain in the chest, diflicult breathing, croup Jor hoarseness, let us suggest Ono Minute Cough Cure. Al- ways reliable and safe. W. F. Trukcn- broil.   

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