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f 1 'r;; clerk ll ”‘ clty o | > Tuesday. Walks Around'Park The cement walk- ordered l.y the conned, are Is-mg laid around Washington park. Taken to Asylum Sheriff I.ehrman Jk Frank Ra.herh.nh- the BUte asy ]nin at Winnelstgc on fn< ‘> Built an Addition. 1 lied.N-lrn h Pram nation fominv ha- depleted an addition to their mtu hine shops ... tins city. Mavtham is Ashore The Mavtha.n a steamer leaded with coal went ashore ~ff Milwaukee on Tuesday. She .s known in this city VS here is Kahn The whereabouts of Arthur Hahn are as ve. unknown. Ills brother continues his -arch without Stranded In Manitowoc Eibbic Smith of (ireen Itay l-eca.ne stranded and is-nnile-s in this city Thesn,M-nn tendentofthe poor sent her home. lor a Soap I aclory Milwaukee men have Neil in Manitow.s* lately, the object of their s l-lt to investigate this city as a place for the 1< at ion of a soap factory. filled With Orders The Kiehard Iron Works company ha- had an nnusn ally busy summer. They have Issti running with a full force -ince early in the year It Didn’t Pay The Merchant s <l* liven -farted a few months ago by an ,11it i dng young man has been di continued Issanse the patronage was too small A Valuable Men. A hen in this city hatched out six chickens four weeks ago and a week ago U gan to lay producing an egg each dux since She likewise |,M.ks after the inten-t of her brood Change of Agent- l.dxvard S Bold lia- resigned a- agent or the Ann Arlsir line in tluscitv and K II Mav of I-rank t..n Me h . fills tl im J Mi lead r, i;iiji■ tie' ageiiev of the il-soii I ransil < ’.i Christian Science The First Chris t urn n n-iiee siH-iet y will hold its sere ices in lieers hall on Sunday at logo A M Subject 1/ove Then- Will lie a Wed iiesdav evening |e-|jiuoiijal meeting at HP M Killed by an l inery W heel My the bursting of an emery wheel at tin plant ot the Valley Iron works. Fred A S< hroeder was instantly killed last week Peter Starke another employe was injured m the hand flanulacturlng Center \ busy part of the eity at present i- that locality now building up with factories The canning industries, the sealing plant the piekh plant anil the alniiiintini work- make a hive of industrv l ost ami Recovered Her Wheel. While Mi—Nelln Waterhou-e was \ i iling hei aunt Mr- iloinath on Fifth street -In left In i \\ heel oh the outside and someone appropriated it It wa- I ttei di- ovens) at tin l imulrn h dock Hu Hie Ordinance. The bicycle ordin ane. to whieh eolisiderallle op|Hi-ition ha- Uen made was laid over at the la-1 meeting ot the I.hineil until the next one Those who own bi. v.-les Ix-liexe tin- ordimtin e too re-triclivi in it- terms A Partnership formed Wm Siekei forntelly seiimr lueuio. i o( (he linn . I Sieio i and ( roll has talon into partner ship .I I Wolter and the new firm w ill ‘"‘Up) tin inn hui Id me; next ibstf to tin- old location on Park (reel neat Main Muskegon on Route The big ear *• ’ M keg . |.|, , !(,. I', I, Marijin iie wl.il. the I hip i- Udng re ISt I red ill Soiiih Chie:i).„ This work would U- done here il there v as a target diN k who h has den talked off ,r ■ oiii. time. Iwo l icenses Short i | •,.1 j,. * (.illiil Ilif attention of Hi, aldermen ;it j Monday HU'lil n lliwtiiu; t,, (1„. |; l( I tlint I th. ir w. re Uv., win,, t, who said they |iro|Mmd to run disorderly JlllX en tur Unit wan the Way 11.. % „ a 1,. At the(Kjlieft of the ehief lieelm. h Were re! us. and ABthrax Kniikminii hh.vh ten uni tan Uiehnioiid Kerr ..I thineilt wae.alle.lt., attend ~t,ite an iihirinin;' me of anthra* th. farm..! M.elnwl Me. e, hi the town ■,| (J reel, leaf Ni lie .ri Mi Meyeracun, are,haul with that (lim-u-w- a.ul |i r K, rr will inje. t " 1 1 **“ f ■• 11■ r<l ■■■. 111, a pre ventive. Kam Helps P.H.rri Wl|)lijm the toWli of Meeuie Wm in Tueeduy and said that the heavy soaking the ground wm getting was not too much for products, though it was little too much for the late peacrop, He says that the hay crop lias been very light over the county and a remarkable fact is that it has been light over in Minnesota, the Dakotas and other states. Hay he says, will command a big price this fall. A Picture from I:, 0. Nash While Ed ward and. Nash win* East attending as a delegate to the Philadelphia convent! >n. he found time to do other things. Asa souvenier of his trip he has presented the North side high school a patriotic picture of the “Minute Man' The en graving was taken from a statute erect ed in Washington. Too flatty Suits. An order has been received by all trainmen in Wisconsin to use caution in ejecting jstsoiis. with out tickets, from passenger trains. Ihe legal heads of all roads in the country have )*• ii com|H lied to call a halt on trainmen who use force. Isvause of the many suits for damages Persons with out tickets will hereafter Is* treat.si with us much consideration as jtossible Public Library Following are the circulation statistics for the week end ing duly II deneral I. sociology -1 natural science 1, ns**ful arts 2. tine arts :t. history m. travel 7. biography •>. liter dure Ikso Of these 27 were derman. 1 Bohemian and II Norwegian; children's Imm.ks. 2IS: adults. MM; daily average, is Additional donations of back mini iters nf standard magazines have been receix-ed and are being prepared for oinding Several volumes of the latest IsNiks on China and the Chines.* .pies don are exfiected sesm. former Manitowoc Boys Through out the state and union there are a good many former Manitowoc Is.ys who still lierish a love for their old home and who are subs, rils-rs to The Pilot fine if these is Victor P Salak of drecn Bay .vlni writes in part I'.rndosed you will in.l check for years subscription. 1 ■aniiot gel along without your pajs*r md await its arrival ea. h week with much interest. Von set* I am taking (il-t a- mncli interest in the old place as I did when I live 1 there. Big I .xcursion Sunday. The biggest cxenrsioii and picnic of the vear will •ake place next Sunday. July 22. un.lei 1 he auspices of Polish Publishers of Mil vanke.* Cos II and K of Ist Infantrx login.. -11l W N. and. will give a stree' tarade. a guard mount sham battle and Iress parade in Silver ('reek park. Two roop of the Polish I.an. ers will parade in.) sex• ral choirs of singer- combined villi the or. lu stra will give a concert Mayor Rose of Milwaukee and Mayor A'illiam Itahr will address I I -ioiiists There will Is- games and lire works 98c This Fine Rocker Former Price $1.75 Frazier Bros, make you this offer as an in ducement to see their new store. YORK ST. Kndal Dyspepsia Cure. A j'i'iilli niHii in inth' ritrisl <ii dys I m\i tin following appropriate ri.ml.-? j u" n| lliirn- fatuous blessing Si,MU' luiVl ll|l'lit mill nillllllt I'lll lllllt sollle hale IlnlH' that want It I'lll \vr i liHvc Hunt ami we ian • at. Kodol llys |H-|iNia < ’ui'i lie thitnki-il This pr' |ir alimi will digest what you i-al It in it ant I,v relieves ami radically cures in } digestion anil all hUhiui'li iliminliTii. i Henry Hindi hs. Mrs. Dr. J. V’. Miller and Mrs. B. J Anderson entertained at cards last week Thursday at the home of Mrs. Anderson- Those present were Mesdames B. Kunz. C Fee'liter, E. Teitgen. C. Schreiter. J. Plumb. R K Paine. E. Seeger, C. Seeg f Kellner. C. Hoyer, W. Clark, F. Vog elsang. C Schultz, A. (J. Andress, E and. Nash. J.*., Willott. H. Thurtell, I. Craite. F Miller, C. Mad son, H. Richards. W. Richards. A. Rechcygl, J. F. Reardon, W, Feehter. C. Hill, N. Kettenhofen, Win. Nelson. Emil Ba. ns. li. M. Richter, M. Ruhr, H Richter, A. Hcbuette, E. d'deran. Freeman. C. Sedgwick. A. diaham. and. Born. William PHueffer, r.dlcfsoii and. Kis-bkc. W. Crbanek C. Knit/.. F Richardson. W. dnttmann: the Misses Malone, Kellner, Hhsch, Fcchter, (ir. ve. B Kirwan. E. Kirwan. M Seeger. C. Horn. M < 'hri diansen. T. Kunz and It Pankratz. Out of town Ciiesls were Mrs. R.ddey, Mrs, Engel of Milwaukee and Mis Krahn of Kaitkait ia. The first prize was won by Mrs. A. I Endress. and the second one by Mrs. S Kettenhofen. * Monday evening a jolly company vere driven out to Silver lake, and not withstanding the rain and mud. had a d.asant time at the popular resort. I’hose who made up the party were: Mesdames E M Platt, and. W. Pat. hen, If W. Hubbard, A B draham, Misses Bull) BaVnes and Alice Scbuette. Messrs i H. Torrison. H J. Evans. A. J Tor isoti. C. J Reinfried A. I. drahani Hid A B Nash. Fnrtv'Hin'wi iiiciiilmts of tin* Hongh • iii family held their animal reunion in I vVimml s grove on Snnilay last. A * Prof. Tlmrtell anil family of Kino, Nevada, are the gm-sts of I>r Tlmrtell ami family Prof. Tlmrtell is dean of; the I'niversity of Nevada The Mis.-es Peterson entertained on rimrsday evening last. Ki na Warner | and Harry Richards were the prize winners. I Margareth (Irimiii of this eity and August I integer of Two Rivers were' married Wedmslay at the home of the hride | Mrs .1 S Johnson of < Imago and Mrs T .1 Halsey of Washington, I). C. is visiting at the home of Peter Ander son The Ladies Society of the Herman Lutheran congregation are enjoying their animal picnic to-dav. Laura I 'aeeke and I torn l''enerpfeil are speiidin ; a few weeks with friend < in Shehovf'aii and Milwank-e. Melilta Klin (hoi/, haves this week for Mihvankie to make arrangements for entering college. * .lidin I>nHike who is a nieinla-r of He ( fiunlti of Lewi-- institute. Chicago is home for ti e summer vacation. The Mi'S.'- Lidia and lima Hreden-n ot Stoughton are visiting with their grandmother Mrs <• Torrison Itlam he ILit wig entertained at cards' at her home. 1107 Washington street. | I'nday afeernoon last Sarah and Annie Finnegan of Milivan kee are guests of ,1 P. Nolan and tainily. Mrs A .1 Schmitz and daughter Mil da of Milwaukee are visiting at John Fran/. * Thorval 'l’orrison has gone for an ex tended sisit with relatives in St Patti Klla Hess is N|M-ndiiiK the week with Mrs <’ Is-iderman of Shelsiygan I iitssie Stoii*' of Shelioygan is the lilies! of the M isses Alt maii Mrs .1 llendrer>s has returned from a fortnight's visit in Chicago Mrs Josi-ph Willoll left Monday lor a months visit at Snjierior Mrs Joseph Willott Jr has gone to Mackinac and the Sou. FailllV Smalley of Sleepy Kye Midi is visiting at He Latin s Mrs T Kelley has returned from a visit to Chicago friends. Mrs. W. VVliitf mid cliiMiVTi of Antign fin* vimtitig Mrs. Fetus Lena .Sehreituinlt is home lr >m St. Mary’s convent. The Misses Stolze are visiting friends in Minneapolis. Alice Hossev is a truest of Mrs M. Egan. All irj not gold that glitters. Some times it is a diamond. DON COFFEE Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute! Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front of i Ih. I JON COFFEE pkgs. Silk Umbrella (either Lady’s or Gents). •siftssr paid i, lor 170 * 1 Mon heads and ■ 2-cenl stamp. Avery fine umbrella, madeof union silk taffeta; 3u Inch frame with seven ribs: steel rod and silver Congo handle. Would cost I'J float the store. Dress-Pin Set. Hailed (res (or IS Hon heads and a 2- | ~y cent stamp. Three vCta -* pins in the set (larger than shown), com m,i NM/MMM |M>*cd ol tine rolled gold, with handsome ruby-colored set ta4Stiw** . tings Suitable (or ~Hb w aist (dns. gulf pins, neck-pins or as a child's set. Sash-Belt and Buckle. Moiled free for 15 lion head* cut from Lion Coffee wrapper* and a 2-cent stamp. Latest style of ini)iorted Murk Swiss groM gralu rtblKUi lielthig: f*tylisti imitation oxiiii’.rtl silver buckle, neat, strong and fashionable. Sliver Napkin-Ring. f or 15 Hon heat!* and a 2-cent stamp. Ni at and snLslaiitlul. Mttdr of dlir able metal, heavily silver JBl plated. Two dllTeirnt .yrc^S^j * Coin-Purse. Far 15 Him hrsds and s 2-ccnl stamp. I'ohir, dark brown Made of line kid leather : chain oi lining, nickeled Irmne. with strong -na(>- fas telling. Ladies’ Pen-Knife. \ For 15 Hon hrad* rut from 1 I.lon Colter wrappers and a 2c. “amp Large .Tie ; good mi lerlal; handle* nicely dec .rated ■V* TMI! ABOVE APE ONLY A PEW OF THE LION COFFEE PREMIUMS. Another list will shortly appear In this paper I Don't mis* It I The grandest list ol premiums ever altered t Vou always know LION COFFEE by the wrapper. It I* a sealed pack age. with the lion's head In (rent. It Is absolutely pure II the package Is unbroken. LION COFFEE Is roasted the day It leaves the lactory. 1000 VISITORS CAME, SAW MANITOWOC AND THEN WENT HOME. The Chicago and Northwestern rail road company brought to Manitowoc nearly 1000 persons from Fond dn Lac and intervening jKiints and from Two Rivers. The WW-onain Central earned out of the city about 175 excursionistti hist Sunday to Brighton Beach. Tin* weather was nnpropitions, rain coining down pretty generally all through the day. inti this fact did not deter the visitors from taking in Silver ('reek During last May an infant child of our neighlsir was suffering from cholera in fantum. The doctors had given up all hojs*s of recovery. I took a liottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy to the house, telling them 1 felt sure it would do good if used ac cording to directions. In two davstime the child had fully recovered. The child is now vigorous and healthy. I hav recommended this remedy frequent 1\ and have never known it to fail. Mks. CfKTIH Bakrk, Book waiter, Ohio, Sold bv Henry Henry Hinrichs druggist, jl'-lft The oldest German coal mines were the first worked in 1195. They are near Worms. England did not la-gin to mine its coal until the fourteenth century. jflmmmoc, M& BOOKKEEPING PENMANSHIP' SHORTHAND ENGLISH TYPEWRITING. (I Uumnufh/fmcUcal businmcount. yfritc forinfoanation. &lherf4ace y STRENGTH, PURITY AND FLAVOR “Knickerbocker” Watch. (liven for 175 Mon heada and a 2-ccnt ( At stamp. Neat appear- VII J lug and un excellent time-keeper. Solid nh ,tel silver ease, with ornamental buck. mAjLn\ ™ TVMA Nlcxel movements, mlTrf tTtll escapement fully llq* Jeweled. The famous vffv/sJ? Smb ••Knickerbocker" Ladies’ Watch Chain. A double strand of liest silk cord, united at interval! with colored bead* : neat and substantial. For 15 Hon head* and a 2-i(n* stamp. dent’s uOm Watch. Hailed Irte for 00 Mon heads and a 2-ccnt stamp. The celebrated Ingcr- S/rv\ \ j™ soil" watch; stem- HD I|]M set: durable nickel- watch uccompan of the maker. A re liable time kee|ier. Ladies’ Pocket-Book. Large size and with live separate di f (liven lor 25 Molt |W heads from Lion K Coffee wrappers and • 2c. atamp. muiuimiWMiimi Table Cover. CSnH&CWaH Ilurahls, .a** E -quare including fancy fringed iHinut Mailed tree lor 25 Man heads and ■ 2c. stamp. A WISCONSIN ATHLETt MAKES A RECORD AT A PARIS CONTEST. I in the first event for the world's ath- ! letic championships at Paris the 110 meters hurdle Kraenzlein of Wiscon- 1 sin, won: McLean of Michigan sec ond: Moloney of Chicago third. Time | 15 2-5 seconds, Sheldon of New York Athletic club, j McCracken of Pennsylvania, Garret of | Princeton were qualified for the finals , in the shot putting contest. In the final heat 100 metres run Sar-’ vis of Princeton won; Tewkesbury of Pennsylvania second; Rowley of New South Wales third. Time It seconds. GOSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE FROM MANITOWOC AND OTHER TOWNS Rev. Father Peil is spending the week at Milwaukee. John Halej’ is back from a business rip to Geen Bay. Dr. E. M. Kapitan is at La Crosse in attendance at the meeting of state den tists now being held there. G. Gulickcon of Rube was in the city. He says the rasplterry crop in his locality is very ’urge, M. H. King. Gust Kallitt, E. L. Eck hardf i ml A. H. Eckhardt of Sheltoygan j were in the city this week. In spite of the fact that the varieties of stamps now current in the world number U.sil, every now and then an other small boy starts in to make a com plete collection. A leaf is only a metamorphosed branch and the covering of seeds only a meta morphosed leaf. Men admire women lx*anse they are women and anything that makes them less womanly makes them less charming. Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. Tworxtrafln* A eainliric hand- >^Vc kerchiefs, with // \\ beautiful Ini- /J \\ ported laee me- / / \ \ ■Million inier- / f \ \ lions in the eor- A L,. r g* K tiers Half inch / hem, machine \\\ Ad/J he in it itched ; \ ir s\/\/ stylish and dttr able. A pale of \Jy V theta handker- w chiefs given for 18 Hon head* cut from Lion Coflcc wrappers and a 2c. stamp. Children’s Picture Book. /ErHS®°/rACtfl Olven lor 10 Mon H heads ends 2-cent J Wgesiirr ** Hj thi*r (ioose Melodics Jj illustrated and with different Imnks, so you can get an as- Century Cook-Book. MS pages of vain- 3 able cooking re ; ceipta. also treatise 5 J on the litlh > r of the J W k< kitchen, dining 3 'V'irll *~- room.laundry, sick- room, and remedies TußQj ICjmjlea lor the a fUO inon diseases $ i/Ilf ■/JPa JtV tiivrn lor 15 Hon k r f • .e'ViUlW' head* and a 2-cent o JF|| Boys’ Pocket-Knife. The'' :j > J Of ~ L- blade . FIM-WOod bundle. hor 12 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. Best Coffee for the Money! Try LION COFFEE and you will never use any other, it is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. Fancy Gold Ring. I Genu,Be RubySattlna 6 I Gold Ring. stamp. stamp. These rings are genuine rolled gold idate. having the exact appearance and qualities of solid gold, and guaranteed by the makers to hut two tears with ordinary usage. New patterns and very popular. o | To Dettrmina the Size. I J h i at j. ii iq- j.; c'f h Cut a strip of thick paper so that the ends will exactly meet when drawn U<jhllji around second joint of the linger. Lay one end on this diagram uk the 0. and order the ut tuber the other end Indieutcs. Art Picture, “ Easter will tL'iul it tinnetl ready for limiting. Flower Picture. For 5 Mon heads and a 2c. stamp. American Meanly Host’s unit Lilfesof tho Valley. .Size. II x '.'l inches. Bright anJ artistic coloring. “The Dancing Lesson.” The green gras* anil trees, the llttl* brown kitten and the girl's snow white dress lorai a pleasing combination of col on,. Size. I.x J 1 inelies Hailed free lor 8 Mon heada and a 2-cent stamp. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Whta writing lor premium* lend your letter In (he unit envelope or package with the lion head*. II more than I 5 lion head* arc lent, you can uv, postage by trimming down the margin. Ask your grocer tor large Illustrated premium list. Address all letter* to the WOOLSOM SPtOE 00., Toledo, Ohio . State ok Ohio, city ok toledc. i LUCAS COUNTY, 1 Frank J. Cheney t akes oath that he in senior partner of the Him of F. J’ Cheney & Cos., doing business in the City of Toledo. County and State afore said, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribe 1 in my presence, this tilli day of Deceml kt, A. 1). IHSfI. A. W. GLEASON. -J SEAL J- .\olll rtf I’uhlic. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, and acts ftirectly on the blood and mucous surfaces on the system. Send for testimonials, fnee. F. J. Cheney & Cos., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Hills are the l>est. jul’Jtt “We want to dictate peace upon the water, too,” said the kaiser i.n the pas sage of the naval bill. “My lover's the man in the moon," sang Miss Homewood. TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS Lawson Elvidge of Harrington. 111., says he was cured of chronic asthma of long standing by koley’s hunky and TAR. It gives positive relief in all cas es of asthma, so this disease, when not completely cured, is roblied of all its terrors bv this great remedy. Take no substitute. Henry Hinrichs. Protect us from our friends; our ene mies let ns drink our tea or coffee the way we like it. Blanche 1 made a regular fool of Har ry last night. Cora -(. agerly) did he really projiose? There are no hotter pills made than DeWitt's Little Early Kisers. Always prompt and certain. Henry Hinrichs.