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Miss Mary Lutzke was married to Al
vin Nun is at the home of the bride’s
uncle, August Kohls by the Rev. Mr.
Machnniller last Saturday evening.
Miss Rose E. Smith, who has been
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Smith, returned to her studies at the
Cumnock School of 1 )ratory in Evanston
111.
Miss Alice Nash and Miss C 'alia Clnyles
returned from Lawrence University for
one week’s vacation.
Mrs. H. I. Norris and Mr. Bradley,
who have been visiting Miss Mobiles,
have returned to Chicago.
A party was given by Mrs. August
Dueno at her home on North Ninth
street Monday afternoon.
Joseph Bourcke celebrated his birth
day by giving a party.
A card party was given by Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Houghton on Fourth street
on Monday evenining.
Miss Minnie llealy, ol De Peru, is a
guest of her sister, Mrs. \\ M. Joyce.
Miss Ida Ziemer. of Kewawnee. is a
guest t her sister. Mrs. Frank \ rarney
WE ARE PLEASED TO SAY
that we are in a position to
make very low prices on all Swh.
kinds of
MILL-WORK. 198
Besides carrying a large |f|
slock of regular goods, we are
well equipped for mams factor
ing special sizes of
Sash, Doors, F rames,Mould
ings, Hardwood Flooring
and Wainscoting.
If you contemplate building. get our figures
before buying elsewhere.
MANITOWOC BUILDING SUPPLY CO.
Corner North sth and \ork Sts. Manitowoc, W is.
We are show ing a New Line of
PRAIA ED PICTURES.
They are appropriate for
W edding Gifts,
Birthday
Card Party Prizes, etc.
We also do all kinds of
Picture Framing.
Chas. F. Hechter’s
SOUTH SIDE BOOKSTORE % 820 South St Si Str.
DAIRY SUPPLIES
Cheese Makers and Butter Makers:
This is the proper lime to order
NEW VATS, get your old vats repair
ed and your old hoops regalvanized.
Don’t wait until the busy season as
you may be disappointed in not get
ting your work done in time.
■ -*>
Parties intending to build will do
well by getting my prices on Doors,
Windows, Mouldings, Barn Door
Hangers, Nails,Hardware and Paints.
EMIL TEITQEN.
Miss Blanche Kirwan and Mbs Pearl
Smart were in Milwaukee last week.
Mrs. Muench of Chicago is visiting
relatives in the city.
Miss Earlie Woods of Milwaukee is
visiting relatives in the citv.
Miss Amanda Buerstatteis home from
Terre Haute. Ind.
Mrs. A. C. Miller and dang! ter left
this morning for Eau Claire on a visit to
her parents.
Mrs. Poland of Algoma Wi> . is vis
iting her mother Mrs. M. Hnerstatte.
E. IT. Rnmmele was here from She
boygan to spend Sunday.
F. J. Walsh, of Helena. Mont., is vis
iting relatives and friends in the county.
The home of John Barrvon Chicago
street was tilled with friends Sunday
evening to participate in a social enter
tainment.
Joseph Vilas and family are here from
Kanka nna.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frcsch of Way
side celebrated their silver wedding
this week.
Now look at
Landberg’s
New r Display of Photos.
COUNTY
Continued From Page s.)
Ed. Mumm, who has been employed
in sieving Kiel people for the pa>l win
ter. is again at home.
F W. Tikalskyand family, and sister
Marie, made a pleasant trip to Reeds
ville hist Sunday.
The Missi s Lydia and Amanda Lunge
mack have returned from a long visit
with relatives at Milwaukee.
While hauling wood last week August
Brnss was accidentally struck on the
head by a piece, and so severely injured
as to make him unable to do any of his
usual work fur some time.
1 lie tire department was summoned
last Tuesday to put out a blaze in the
residence of Mrs. Beyer, but the Haines
were extinguished before the boys got
there.
Emil Loose took a run down from
Deerhrook last Saturday.
Fred Bazlen will give an Easter dance
at the expiration of Lent.
Ben Luecker of Centerville, visited at
the home of his brother Peter this week.
Henry Alberts will make his home in
Portage county, having sold his farm
here in parcels to Anton Braun and
Fred Wolfe respectively.
NEWTON.
Mrs. (froth with children left home
in the town of Newton last Saturday to
visit her parents in the town of Liberty
taking with her. her childiien She had
been gone but a short time when in igh-
Itors discovered that her home was on
lire, but it was so far advanced that
nothing could he saved. It was insured
in the (terman Fire insurance company,
of Newton but for what amount is nyt
known Mrs. (froth is having more
Ilian Iff r share of hard hick her husband
having died last week.
LOW PATHS Id ('A 1.1 FORM A ,M>
HACK I HIS SI MAILK
An illustratedhook, which will be of
much interest to all who are expecting
to tak'- a I vantage of the low rates to
California this summer, at the time of
the Epworth League Convention, to he
held in San Francisco in July, inis just
been issued by the Chicago & North-
Western Railway Much valuable in
formation is given relating to the state,
variable routes, etc. The rate via (his
line will he onlv ¥•*">.(> for the round
trip from Chicago, with eorressponding
low rates from other points. Copv of
this book may he had free upon applica
tion to W. 15. Kniskern. ',’2 Fifth Aven
ue. Chicago- 111. may. 1 .
house and Lot For Sale.
House and lot. together with stable t(
he sold, call at 505 Huron street. Partic
ulars given. Cm I.® ' "ially aprll.
FARMERS!
On; Sl'.ci )N|> ANN! VKKSAKV will be
celebrated April 4 5 and (Ith at which
time we will take your order for 1 ly
mouth Pure Rinding 1 wine at He.
Yen need nut take nor pay it until July
Ist Price guaranteed.
This is cheaper than we can buy it fer
now. and ought to be an inducement
for you to come to town. W*■ will hav*
lots of other bargains for yon in all
departments.
Music every afternoon and evening.
Eknst W.\i \ kk ('<'.
j N MINICII’Ab < OI'KT Minitow C..cntv
• Wisconsin
Miinilowoe County t
('itv of Manitowoc v ‘ s
To bonis A. Horst amt K ( leniens llorst.
V. 11l aI at eaelt of you are lie vet .\ not i tie. I t lint
a garnishee summon lias hi •■•ii issiieil against
von. mill Mini- property uttm-luil a.nl garni
sli,.t.il to satisfy the iVnmmt ■•! 11 ( '■ .iinnr Ham
met iV Schmitz amounting foslltl.ts Xmv. tin
less von netiear hefnre 1 Cruite .bulge of the
Mutiieijm 1 i 'i.nrt in ami for sail i' unit \ at lii
, .Hie.' in sail! eity outlie IHthilay of April A I)
Idol .it in o eloi’k in tin* forenoon, judgement ;
wilt lie rendered against yon ami ymir property i
Mil'. to lia V the llelit
Oati-it this i’lth ilav of Mareh I'.ml.
I I t 'onsou ll AMMI-a. .1 >' lIMIT/
Plaintiffs. |
Puli Mun h 28, April 4th. llt Ii
REM \Kh AID E < FOR lIEI'.M \
M.
Fioiii Hn Viiidiriilo,-. 11 11 ‘ i'l'-,. V. C.
The editor of the IV.i l'n bus hail
occasion to test the eftic "I Chamber i
lain’s Pain Balm twice tli the most j
remarkiible results in the case. First,
with rheumatism in the shoulder from
which he suffered excruciating pain fur
ten days, which was relieved with twoap
plications of Pain Balm, rubbing the
parts afflicted and realizing instant he
netit and entire relief in a very short
time. Second, in rheumatism in thigh
joint, almost prostrating him severe
pain, which was relieved by two ap
plications. rubbing with tbe liniment on
on retiring at night, and getting up free
from pain. For sale by Henry Hinriehs
druggist.
Dr. Bull’s
COUCH SYRUP
Cures a Cough or Cold at once.
Conquer*Croup, W hooping-c :h. Brom hiti*,
c.rippc nnl ( insumpti :\
Dr. Bull's FUU cure Constipation. 50 pills 10c.
Nothing flv.tters Home men so nmchuH
to ask them if they ran rhanirr a •<*<
bill.
RAILWAY FA KM LAMIFKE
In Northern Wisconsin on the North-
Western Line. Low rati- and easy
terms of payments. About luuimm) acres
of choice farm lands. Early havers will
secure the advantage of location on the
many beautiful streams and lakes
which abound with tish and furnish a
never ending and most excelent
water supply, both for family and fir
stock
Land is generally well timbered, the
soil fertile and easy of cultivation Chi
cago, Milwaukee. St. Paul. Minneapolis.
Duluth. Superior. Ashland and numer
ous other thriving cities furnish good
markets for farm produce.
For further particulars address (bo.
W. Bell. Land Commissioner. Hudson,
Wis.. or G. H. Mcßea. A. G L A St.
Paul. Minn.
A bad horse is like a poor play it can ( \
run and won’t draw.
Mrs. C. E. VanDeusen. of Kilbonrn |
Wis was afflicted with -don,a Ii trouble !
and constipation for a long tiim-. she j
says. “1 have tried many pn iterations
but none have done me the good that
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab,
lets have." These Tablets are for sale
at Henry Hinrieh s drug store Li u tl
cents. Samples free.
“Have yon any doubts remaining': ' i
si, id Mrs. Jones. No Marin.ia I have
not. I took Rocky Mountain Tea last
night. ' Twill remove any impure j
thoughts in the human family 3,1 c.
F. C Burcstatte.
Extension Of Florence Sleeping Car
To Crystal Falls, Midi
Beginning sit once, tin- Pullman
Standard sleeping Car. 1 lit. -d with
Pintseh Gas. will be substituted for the
sleeper which is now being run between
Chicago ami Florence. Wis and which
will hereafter ie run betwi.-u Chicago
and Crystal Falls. Mich, leaving Chica
go as at present. 10:30 p. in daily. ,ir
riving at Crystal Falls, Midi at in oil
a. in. (Sundays li:4‘* a. in.), and leaving
Crystal Falls ot <5:00 p. in. • No-pt Sun
day and 0:0.1 p. in. Sunday, arriving at
Milwaukee at 4 1.1 a. in. wh. re it will b
cut out from the train, permitting p.t
sengers to remain therein until 1 ooa. m.
This sleeper will then be brought to
Chicago on a laid train, and be rim
out in service tit 10:30 p. in.
Envy no man- talent. Improve
yi nr own.
mi.in w \s nit: i i;i{i:oi!
“I would congb nearly all night long,
writt s Mrs. (’has. Appl.-.rate. of Al. \
andria, Ind.. ‘ and could hardly g i any
sleep. 1 had consumption so bad tii.it ii
I walked a block I would cough IV
fully and s]>it blood, but when all otl r
me Heines failed, three si,no bottle- of
Dr. Kings New Discovery wholly o:
ed me and 1 gained I s pounds L
absolntly gnranle-d to sure Coughs
Colds, La Grippe. Lion, hists and all
Throat and Lung Troubles. Price in.
and *l.oo. Trial bottles )ret* at Henry
Hinriehs drug store.
Twilight is the bridg. that connects
day and night.
\ (mill) ( 111 (ill Ml ll( INK mil
<IIII 111 | S
"I have no li -siTaney in retomending
Chamberlain's C’ 'gh Hi■ i>" says F.
I’. Moran, a well known and popular
baker, of Petersburg. Va. "We have
given it to our children when troubled
with had coughs, also I ping cough
and it has always iri\ •1 1 satisfaction
It was recommended ti' me by a driiß
_rist as the best niedieine for ehil
dreii as it contained no opium or other
harmful d”ug. ” Sold by Henry 11 in
richs druggist
“Walk Over”
Shoes
1901.
They are made upon common
sense and well tested principles,
from the finest, selected stocks,
by the most expert mechanics
that money can hire.
First Pri/c at
Paris Exposition.
F : or Sale By
J.S.Kaderabek
Buffalo St.-3etween Sth and ( )tti
Pity
anti
Beauty
The most beautiful thing in
the world is the baby, all
dimples and joy. Ihe mo>t
pitiful thing is that same baby,
thin and in pain. And the
mother does not know that a
little fat makes all the differ
ence.
1 hmples and joy have gone,
and left hollows and fear; the
fat. that was c< mfort and
color and curve-all but pity
and love-is gone.
The little one gets no fat
from her food. There is .some
thing wrong; it is either her food
or food-mill. She has had no
fat for weeks; is living on what
she had stored in that plump
little body of hers; and that is
gone. She is starving for tat:
it is death, be quick!
Scott's Emulsion of C"d
Liver Oil is the fat she can
take; it will save her.
genuine has tiii* pirtnrr n
Ur SCOTT & BOWNE.
409 Pearl St..' ' N. Y.
50c. and $l.OO
■wSk*!'*' all druggists.
TO MAKf: HOME
BRIGHT AM) GLOSSY
Wofiiiisli your Furniture. I inoleiinis. ele-
TRANSPARENT
r- ■'
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A < Tear Transparent laiannT Finish
MaOc I’lir (Treat ItnrahiliC
hi
HarO\v(mil Flours ianulcnnis to pro
long wean. Wainsciiiiiijfs. Interior
Woodwork isuch a> Hours. Daselioards,
ft c Refrigerators, Chairs, Tables,
i’.fiN and furniture of anv lies,ription
It refinishes and imparls a high gloss
to anv painted or now snrfat. One
can will make a grout improvement in
any liotnc
PR! PARPI) Rl \IA FOR I SI
Wernecke & Schmitz.
( unn r Washington anil Nth Sts
\\ is 1 I l!\ HA ITs HI IM II D
(irealh reduced one wav rates will be
in elVeef via Wisconsin Central Railway
opoints in Minnesota North I'akota,
Montana Idaho. Oregon. Washington
and liritish < 'ohimhia each Tuesday com
mencing Fehruar> l - .’tli and continuing
: until April t’.tlth.
For detailed inforniatioii inquire of
W. II Vandegrift, Agent, apr ‘b"i
New ami Improved Service to St.
Paul ami niinicapolis
Via the Morlh-Western Line To fur
ther accomodate its mam patrons en
route to tin Twin Cities from points
north of Milwaukee the Chicago iV
North Western 11 y now runs n Free Re
dining Chair Car on the evening train
Milwaukee Via Foinl du Luc. connect
mg at Appleton .let. with train leas ing
Manitowoc at F - !0 P M conneeting
with train leaving Appleton Jet I Or,! 5
p M arriving at St Paul and Minne
apods early the next morning, and eon
neetingat Merrillan with shnilary eqn
iped train for Hnhith an 1 the Superior-
Like ser\. • ■ ailhhoum'i 'i bis in addi
tioii to the Pullman Sleeping < ‘ars which
are run on tl e same trains daily between
Foil dn I maud Minneapoli- Apply to
agents Chicago and North Western
Farm For Sale
A farm comprising of 7:’. u tc-* of g i <
land, situated in the village of (' ito for
'sale Apply to Mr- K s W n*nmn. I
O. T orrisort Cos,
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Beginning Saturday, March 23, we place on
sale a large assortment of silks which were re
cently purchased at a great sacrifice to the
manufacturer. These silks are all new and de
sirable patterns, both in light and dark color
ings. Great variety of styles to choose from.
This Sale of Silks
will eclipse anything ever done in this depart
ment, and it seldom happens, that one has the
choice of such a large assortment and such low
prices.
LOT NO. I. VV /
75 pieces, many different £_ 8B ry
sl\les to select from-- I|\m |
silk worth $1 to I 50.
Sale Price
IV /%
45 different styles to choose W /y
from. Silks worth <S5c \ I
to SI.OO. 1/IFW
Sale Price
SOLID RUBBER
VEHICLE TIRES.
f KOKOMC^^^II
i' :
!f you want your buggy equip
ped with rubber tires let us figure
with you. Our prices are right.
Chas. F. Scluietze Cos.
I 20(> W ashington St. Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
Jf— NOTICE
j J I< Duiryincii
a,u^csc^ kers
* ’ We wish to call your attention to
our patent cheese \ats and notice the improved faucets, reinforced
bottom in pan. and the patent removable fire place or boiler. This
can be removed for repairs b> unfastening the bolls around the
feed door and lifting the fire place out. Hie material and work
manship on our vats is the nest that money can bu\. If in the
market for a vat don’t fail to see our sample >at before you buy
elsewhere. Prices quoted on application.
mm ■■■■ CAM A1 HI2 YORK STREET. tu
KERSChER BROS.
Dealers in Hardware. Manitowoc, Wis
BARGAINS AT THE
BOSTON STORE
Nu '•( w;i-li boilers value toe
Nu It wash builds 1 mi valid
I Nu it wash buili‘r. I X tin ! .Jn value s
Nu it wash boilers copper rim
value *!(c
Nu It wash Jsiilcrs i-iijn>**r rim I lilt
value t'Hc
i Nu it wash Itoiler all copper II uz.
3.75 value . I.HH
Table oil cloth per yard. . 13c
Table oil cloth w hite and marble per
yard Kk'
.*n' towelinjp per yard tie
se toweling per yard 5c
Hi.n l tumblers worth bv per doz 35e
’ jjallun ual rani zed nil cans with
faucet, title value ftttc
Machine thread 5 spools for 5c
stlc |mK'ket knives 33c
Nest t ill's per dozen . I.V
1.35 fancy water sets tt,v
1.75 fancy water sets i #o
!tsc faticv tzlass 1 piece butter sets. . . ,50c
'.‘s per cent on all kinds of Whitewash
and Faint brushes.
ED HARRIS, Prop.

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