Stoltz who attends a restaurant near the depot on Second Street. He was evidently on his way home and stopt to light his pipe. That was about 10 o'clock. The next heard of him was the finding of his crusht and mangled remains on the blood track near the crossing, a few minutes later.
There are many theories of how he was caught and crusht, but as no one saw the accident we shall not attempt to give any of them. It is enuf to know that it happened, and that he was most terribly mangled. Both legs were cut off, his head crusht, arms broken, etc. Comee and Pfaff, undertakers, were called and took charge of what they could find of the remains. No one saw the accident, but Bert Matz, who owns the feed mill located at the crossing, is pretty sure that he heard a loud outcry about 10 p.
He notified the switching crew of the C. And they found the mangled body about fifteen feet east of the sidewalk on the east side of the street.Sommers was born in Germany Dec. He came to America in 1867 and first stopt at Owatonna. He arrived in Waseca county in 1868 and settled on a farm in the township of St. He was married to Augusta Krassin, in 1869. Eleven children were born to them, seven surviving him: Mrs.
Arnold Arndt, and Gustave, Edward, and Herman. He was married to Mrs. One son, William, was born to them. "Gus'" surviving brothers and sisters are: Adolph, Julius and William of Steele county and Mrs.The funeral was held Sunday at the German Lutheran church of this city, Rev. Interment was made in Woodville cemetery. Family links: Spouses: Emelia A Quade Sommers (1862 - 1928). Augusta Minnie Krassin Sommers (1854 - 1893). Children: Elizabeth Marie Sommers Tetzloff (1870 - 1945). Amelia Emma Sommers Miller (1875 - 1942). Edith Sarah Sommers Krueger (1879 - 1958). Gustav Henry Sommers (1881 - 1950). Mary Arville Sommers Arndt (1884 - 1974). Herman Christopher Sommers (1887 - 1965). Edward Walter Sommers (1892 - 1972).
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