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ALL OVER HANITOWOC COUNTY.
OREENSTREET. Mrs. Josephine Bonin our beloved mother died Tuesday morning Mar. M. after a long illness. She is gone to her evrelaating home, leaving husband and f..nr children, two sons and two daugh ters. The oldest is a daughter of sixteen and the baby boy six years, besides an aged mother. Mr-. B> nin was the daughter of Thus. Ynrauek who has resided in Greens tree I until his death Mar 1. !*■ She was born July - I*ll. Tl.efuneral took place Friday at Francis ('reek and was largely attended FRANCIS CREEK. Tuesday was election day and our n-nal number of good voters turned out. Monday was cattle fair day, warm, bright and business like. Swade and H. Mason were at Brain h la-t Snnda# Mrs N. Swade was quite ill last week and Dr. Karnoj’i' was called. She is improving. Eberhardi Bros purchased a drove of steer- of John Swetlik. Dominick is an employee at L Has seiner’s farm School in Di-t No. J was . 10-ed all of lust week Jos, Cizek will hold a public auction next Monday April Joseph Xovyagedt years passed away j la-t Monday. BRANCH. Work on the railroad bridge i- now completed Frank W Mii-ite-t is en joying a week s vacation. 'dr- H Mav.rl Brillimi. vi-ited with !)• r mother a few day .ast week M H. Marla n spent Sunday at Bb-. i- The B. L S lias pi .spoiled Its next meeting until April M A carload of , attic were shipped from here last Saturday A raffle will be held at Shaffers hall April 21. < ha- Meisiiest i.-ttimed home to spend his Easter vacation. HRI'IMS. Judge Craite of Manitowoc wa- a caller in our village Wednesday It, S Brown of ttshkosh made the boys happy bv his pr.-'cnce here last Wednesday Mrs John Hayden and Miss Kate Mnuhall are visiting relati\es at Dre. n Bay this week Patsy Cavanaugh ot Maj.le (Iruve wa in onr town one day last week taking orders for In- scotch peas which I guarantees to grow on tin* ledge. Miss N. Hie Lorrigan i- visiting with her sister at Forest Jet. 0. Torrison Cos. House Cleaning Time is Mere. I lie Hiil>jccl Moor Cow-ring. upt nnin v minds at pre-ent \ nil <• in w earp.-t adds u~ much t* anytlong ti> 11n-attrnctivi-m-sH of a room. Velvet Cm petf ■ . have them it flu iliti* - 1 s ' '■ * , | ■-/../ these an- recognized a- statnlardqital it ie- lii lai ge a-- "i! iin el to eh-et ft an m Z (iriei yd ■ • >ll r line of all wool Ingrain • 'ar|H ts comprise all the mu’ and desirable pattern both in light and dark 111.- pi yard *’ UL We are showing a e.iinplete lun- of half wool In grain < aris-t pric* rangiiig ft Iff to p. , yard RLKIS. Rugs are taking the phn • of Carpets where hard wood floor** are us-d a- tlna are more ei.nvenient easily retin>ved ami ■I. lined tint" -Making them healthful (n-sb and alwav-i ban We have a goo-1 assortment to clniose from ii l Urns .*il- I,, 7,001 'in / Sin'll nu the designs and colorings an J. nab|e r.>>•< - 1 -uigiii;- from *!'■ on C| nrx down to . a. h Ol."W CURTAINS. Tats-strv go.sls is tin (sipular material for (-in tains at pr.-m nt w I base tin-ill in'll W-designs and OS* ||J| A large imsortnn nt of < In mile ('urtains in all colors price-. ranging front ■" C > down to. iNLid Notbing in tin lace . nrtaiti line is s,. desirable us tin- Bt W ff 1 (fff :• O' 'll. 1 e 'y, reel ■ td ? ttinghuin lan e I Curt -C . I pair to • **C All Styles anti tirades of I'loor I Coverings in Mattings, Lino ieum and Oil Cloths, etc. (‘ha-. Kiik is down from Escanalta I visiting with his parents. 1.. A. Basse, of RVcdsville was in onr berg Thursday in the interest of the Mutual Life Insurance Company. Jos. A. Vondrachek ha- purchased a j full set of machinery from Kay Frosch for his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Beattie have returned from Antigo Monday where they were visiting with relatives. On* can hear nothing but election nowdays. J. \V. Sfransky tarried in Manitowoc Thursday while Frank Schinreck had charge of the station. KELLNERSMLLE Mr. Joseph Novy one of the most prominent residents of the town of Kos -nth died last Sunday night at the age i of HH years he is survived by a widow j ! and nine children interment took placet jat St Josephs cemetery services by Hev’. j P Just. Mr M. Kellner and bis son Edward were in Manit iwoc last Tuesday. M Kellner & Sons purchased a team of horses from Sam Newman. (diaries ('herney who was at Manito the past, year i“ now at home The party which was held at the home of Joseph Augustine last Sunday in honor 1 of hi- birthday is reported to have been a good old time, the music was furnish- 1 ed by Whltelau Brass band and singing ; bv < hath- ,1. Augustine. • WHITELAW. Mis- Constance Zilinsky died at the a-ylum la-t Friday. Her remains were 'interred at the ('atholic cemetery la-t Sat unlay morning Mr-. Mevir of Clarks Mill- was tin gm-sf of Mr. and Mr- A Koll eck a few days last week Tin- Mis-es /.iliti'ky of Chicago came I In >nie to attend tin- funeral of their j si-ter. COOPER.'-K)W V Mr Benzine soM his hot. I and farm to D*-nis Rhyn for tin* -’tin of sluiiu. Miss M imiie < asper of Racine i' visit ing in-r mother. Chas. Plant ikon has returned from tin- north. Tin- children of Henry Elding are sick with scarlet fever. Muse Alee purchased a number of c ms at Mr John Hewitt s auction and intends to haul milk to the new cheese factory. Miss Mary (lues-e has returned to Manitowoc. John Bartelme shipped a few car loads of cattle to ('hii llgo Tue-day, EASTWIN. Mr Frank Jacknette has returned h aiie from Medford, Wi-. where In sjw'iit the winter. | Several s. hools in the vicinity which have closed for a few weeks on account of hail roails have again opened. Diki Joseph Stoei. at his home Mar. 3H, 11)01 aged 71 years months and !■> days. Again th< gates of Heaven have open en to admit a middle aged man who ; was yet in the hloorn of life. He "as i born in <iermany in IH.iJ and at the age j of ten came to America and settled in this town shortly after his arrival. He was married in l*T‘.t to Miss Marythod jen and is survived hv her and ten child 1 ren. three hoys and even girls. Hi' j i mrenfs. one brother and two sisters also i survive him. For the past two years he i | has been an invalid and his death was; dm- to heart failure and dropsy. He I was loved and respected by all who ! knew him and friends and ‘neighbor I sympathize with the family in having j lost such a fattier and husband and all j accompanied him to Ids last visiting j place at the public cemetery in Two Hi vers Sunday March At. < REEDSVILLE. Miss Kmma Dnmass of Chicago, is visiting her mother here. Kd. M.n i tz. onr amatner photogiaiphei Was in M uni to" or on business Momht* Walter < ooney took in the sights at Cato Saturday, Charles Strande of Cato, attended onr | literary meeting, Friday evening. I'at (inbin the wielder of the birch Hi Cato, was ne of the judges at onr litei j ary meeting Friday evening. Fat is ad right. Where are yon going Monday evei ing is n w the question. To Cato ' I course and take in the play to be pre seated there by home talent. The robins, black birds and meadow larks have returned. So have th • flies,' John < iiihin Lark - pedagogue visited i•in* school Friday afternoon. Dr. Falge is kept hnsv day and night these times. Mrs. (' B. Cary entertained a lev; lady friends Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday was election day and the ; beggar was good a- the millionaire, The following officers were elected: I ’resident F. F. Stalling ! < 'Jerk < 'has. Hein Assessor August Stone ( Treasurer < Fist. < )ln; i Supervisor -I, K. Schulz.; Justice of the Peace Charles Ftz.ler j ( i nistable < ieorge (tisch ! Trustee-. Will Link, Win Hoetcher, W K Kabul. .1 I Maeitz, A. H. Knscl. I and Peter Heinemann. The literal*,■ meeting Friday evening was well attended. The audience was kept inconstant laughter. The debate was "a nby the negatives. Mrs. Janie Meain Weiize] Kabat and Pat (inhin acti and as judges. Jolm Morrisev in company with ('racker,'lack was in mir village Satr.r-| day. Mis- Hid, na Hush returned from Bril j lion Tuesday where'he has been visit j ing relatives. Mr- Fred Maertz. an old resident of the town of Maple Drove died Sunday morning and was interred in Luthern •neii r\ here Tuesday The Rev. Mr. Brenner officiating. CATO, Stephen Savage and sister, of Silver j Lake are visiting In re this week. Mr- Mat Savage who has been visit in ’ln r daughter Mr- L II Dehbe of' Manitowoc returned home Momlav. F Pankratz. and family who where visiting here the past week left here Tuesday. Bor the past three weeks Mr. Arleigh Peabody scenic artist of Kuowltoii paint ed scenery for our hall There "ill be live scenes in ail. and judging from what we have already seen of his work we can safely say that in workirtaimhip It will exceed some of those in large cities. I nder the maimgment of Mr. Peabody , an entertainment will be given April s which promises lobe the event of the season Dancing will be indulged in after the entertainment 1 he pupils of ( ato school are enjoying a "i ek s vacation. Anticipating a demand for cheese b i\es W F Killen has his factory now riming night and dav Mi-s Lin 11a Robinson of Kuukauna is tin- guest of Miss May Killen this week. I WO CREEKS. < >tto Busch ands in of this place left mi Monday for the Pacific coast to visit friends in the state of Washington. Fred Kojiel "ill have charge of his store dm 11..' his absence WISHICOT. Mr- A Drews is visiting friends in Milwaukee Nie Plot returned la-l Monday from a , short visit t i Luxemburg. Mi- Alum I lalberg entertained a par tv i.( her 1 rlends in honor of her birth dav on Sunday Frank Uoiillier has already taken pos session of the Badger State House in stead ol May Ist as mentioned last Week Loins siiimek retained to Manitowoc Monday after his stay here August Cocheiiet has disposed of hi.s farm to W. Shedivy. Fabian Cret ton has purchased the sa loon of Charles Zintmerhackel who will leave for Sheboygan where he will con duct a similar business. \ farmer from the north of here pass ed through tin village with a dead six legged calf which he was taking to Two Rivers for sab The animal had four hiud legs and otherwise was well shap ed. It had be. a living for several days before it died. P. Miller of Sheboygan has purchased the farm of Mik>- Caspar and has al ready taken p. -*s* -don. His family wil] follow him her-- in a few days. < has. Levenhageii will give a ball at the (>iera Horn, on Sunday, April 31. A warm rain and the annual run of fish will begin up the river. Then the villagers will b - smithed to sleep by the sweet voices breaking the evening air with the cry ‘-suckers." The following officers were elected at the town election Chairman, Herman stehn: supervisors. Win. Werner. Jos. Stangel; clerk, c Plockelman; assessor, Winand Bedbttr treasure, Jos. Skttbal. These- were r. ilar nominees except Bodbttr who stumped it against Thomas liullada and xvott by a large majority. ( Taite receive* 1 1 votes against 1 1 to for Scln-ntau. Cl., ; recrived lT against TO for Anderson L'he street car ques tion vole was a'iirprise being 303 for, s' against. Tl ar*ftill work done ny its fri--nds the lust few days showed a marked effect. Clara Feelers; ’. ! came home Tuesday front Portage f. a short visit with her pc r.-nl s. Albert Heyroth •>t Manitowoc spent Monday in onr vil’-ige. Arthur Ziindi : :■••presenting The Pilot was here Wed to my TWO RIVERS. The Two Kiv*; idling smack. which' was Wednesday beached at Centerville ! was released Sunday, the lint Alphard going to the assi-tam f the hunt and nu trouble being . \|.erienced in tluati ng her Kahlenberg Bros together with a crew of several men, made the trip to Centerville and in less than an hour, efforts to release the smack proved sue- ' cessfnl. The boat which had been ashore since Wednesday, was in no way damaged and was taken to Two Rivers in the evening. Walter Oswald left to visit his brothers in Milwaukee, Hon Jonas Gagnon spent last Sunday at his home in this city. Prof. August Grimm is home from Manitowoc to spend his vacation. Miss Frani'' Schroeder is spending the present wo k with friends in Mil waukee. Mayor Gagnon made a business trip to Milwaukee mi Wednesday. Miss Hatti''Saubert. who is attend ing the < ishkosh Normal School is home for her Faster vacation. Ferd. Kahit/ki of the Southside is preparing to build a large addition to his saloon and residence the coming spring. Miss Faubenstein who has been visit ing her sist' i 1 wife of Rev F J siewert left for her lullin' in Milwaukee Frank Kaufman has gone to Brooklyn to attend * he National Shooting tourna ment - F. Sontag and family of Sheboygan spent last Sunday with friends and relatives in tic.- city. Mrs John Zimmermann of Rapids spent last Sunday with her parents in this city, • >tto Herring and wife of Manitowoc spent last Sunday with friends in this city. Mrs. c Winkelmiller celebrated her birthday anniversary Monday in coin pans with a number of her ladv friends. Mrs. I, Klein, who has spent the past year or more at San Jose. California, arrived here on the noon train Tuesday. Hon Henry (ioedjen. Superintendent of the County Insane Asylum, was called heri'last Thursday by the death of his brother in law. Joseph Stoer. R. Suettinger has recently had his office lined and ceiled with handsomely embossed natal. ami refurnished throughout GRAND BALL \_ \ ! THE „ Misliicot Opera House. Sunday, April 21. GOOD ML SIC IN ATTENDANCE. I Refreshments will be served. Kvoryboth cordially invited. CHAS. LEVENHAOEN. NORTHERN. Spring has -et in with plenty of nice weather Stanley Gref/. is spending his Easter vacation with his parents at home. Anton Sprader. wltc has been very sick for the last few weeks, is recovering. Credit must be given to the Timothy correspondent, because he stated the truth by saying that Newton elected good citizens to the county convention, in fact they were the nicest looking men in the whole convention. The election of last Tuesday was strict ly non-partisan. Although some of the defeated candidates were trying to fring j 1 politics as the basin of the spring elec tion yet the people did not appreciate that very much and they voted their own way. ST. NAZIANZ. On Easter Monday will be held a La Marionett theater and grand free dance at Lettenberger’s hall. On April 1 Mike Brey took possession of L. S. Schneiders Saloon. John Chloupek and Issac (Taite pas sed through onr village on their election trip. At the caucus held last Thursday for the town of Eaton. Louis Hummel was nominated for 1 tea-urer on the 4th hal lot and Fred Rapping for Assessor 01 the .‘ith ballot both men had to trothrogli a big fight before they could reach the majority. The auction of Louis Schneider will take place April Jtth on which he will sell all of his goods. John Koenig bought the blacksmith by Aug. Rub** to be used for stable an*; buggy shed. Cheap John closed his -tore and left for Sheboygan, lb* is all right. KIEL. Mav Goeres. John Stoever, Rudolph (Lraffand lin'd i Krortag who arc attend ing the Normal in Oshkosh arrived here Saturday to visit relatives and friends. Mrs, P. Daleiden celebrated her birth day on Tuesday. A large number of 1 1 ly friends called on her Many of the friends of ('has. Gnetzlo* gathered tit his home last Thursday evening in honor of his birthday. < inr school is closed for a week on tie count of Faster. The ladies card club that met last Saturday evening, was well attended, and all report of having a good time. Mrs H. Fottling of Menasha visited relatives here and in Ada. Miss Mary Moiling of Cedarburgspent some time with Mr. and Mrs. L, Weisler j Win, Oelhof bought Jacob Raquef s house on St. Paul St . for £1 luff T. McGrady from Kentucky will de liver a Social Democratic speech here April H. George Zillmann of Thorp was here on business - A dance will be held in Reseburgs hall Easter Mommy. All are cordially j invited. ST. NVENDEL. Mrs. O. (xiiukel has left for her new home at Allenton. Fred Sachse Sr., is still on the sick list. The Protestant school north-east of here commenced its Spring term Mon da v. The forty hour's devotion tit the Catholic church at Sr. Wendel found its ending last Tuesday evening, when Father Mueller of Manitowoc gave the, closing sermon and benediction Today is an exciting day for our town candidates. Judge Anderson was seen in our burg last Thursday. Job.. Hetzel is erecting anew struc ture mi his farm for the purpose of stor ing therein his farm machinery. Mr (freves our Northwestern tele graph operator has received a call from company's headquarters to Northern Wis. His place here is taken by a rep resentative of the company who's name we are unable to state. BRILLION. Herman Ortlieb has removed to Pot ters where he will reside in the future. Mrs. Reinke of Oshkosh mother of Will Ueiuke, visited here this week. Mr. W. A Baker transacted business at Manitowoc. Mrs. ,Tac. Jooss was at Appleton last Wednesday. Miss Amelia Tell celebrated her birth day last Friday evening. Mrs. Frank Jones of Manitowoc was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. < L ('. Behnke. Then. Loose and Albert Beilke of Pot ters were in the city Tuesday. Mr. Loose was in town for the purpose of making arrangments for his dance to be held the 14th of April. Last Sunday the examination of the confirmation class of the L\. Friedens church was held. Mi's Martha Koch has returned home after a three months stay in Chicago. Ferd Bnboltz will give a dance at the Kassmi Ballon April 12. ID'd. Char Koch returned from a business trip t<> Milwaukee last Saturday. Peter Hank is investigating a busintra opening up north. Postmaster Werner has engaged Miss Sarah Arus as assistant in the post-office. The Ladies' Society of the Evangelical Friedens church will dispose of their 4 quilts in the afternoon April It!, at 2 o des k at the odd Fellows’ Hall, They SCHUETTE BROS. =- I 40 Women’s Suits. t fhis suit-like cut-double breasted, dip front, Eton jacket, lined with silk remain: fine gore skirt, lined with percaline, either In Cheviot. Peb ble Cheviot. Homespun or Venitian A A Cloth, a splendid suit at You will find this a well made, perfect fitting' and stylish man-tailored suit. Ladies’ Raglans in Mode and Ox- OIA A A ford from $12.00 up to Ladies’ and Misses’ Lions in Cheviot, Venetian, Covert, Taffeta Silk and Broad- iC A A cloth, at from $4.00 up to Box Coats. .^TT l adies’ and Misses Box Coats in Hie differ ent popular fabrics, at from Ptr A A $2.00 up to t “Priestly” Black Goods, m Anew stock of “Priestley” Batiste. Albatross, l|| Veiling, Crepe Gysy. Clarette, Etamine, Henri etta. Empress, Satin Finish Prunella. Satin Finish i ; ‘“ ,lev ' ot Tiboline and Sicillian. Grenadines Me are showing a fine assortment in solid weaves, open mesh, novelty stripes and novelty biocades. Everything in the Grenadine line, or transparent fab rics. is now the most fashionable material for dresses of the better class. Qr-'j) also wish to announce that they will serve coffee and cake for pic. All are cordially invited to attend. Miss Annie Lintner has returned from Milwanke. Mr. J, J. Tikalsky and sister Marie, ami Tilts Mary Hajek were at Mnitoawoc Wednesday. 1 Mr and Mrs. Peter Falc-k and Chas. Jensen and wife, were among the guests tit the silver wedding celebration of Mr. ami Mrs Frank Frosch of Wayside last Friday. Mr. and Mr. A. F. Werner entertained the officers of the loeal camp of Modern linen last Tuesday evening. We are unformed that Dale Andrew acted its toast master in a most creditable manner. (Inst Kruschinski was a Reedsville visitor la-t Saturday. Paul (ruttiifan left for Milwaukee last Saturday where he is attending the Medical' College. NOTICE. The William Rahr Sons’ Cos. will have on sale for the Easter trade in bottles only, another special brew of their Munich Beer. As the quantity is limited, please send in your orders now. Carl Hillmau of Rantonl transacted business at this office this nninline. Phil. Meyer and his wife and her sist er are now at Plymouth. Mr and Mrs. (’has. Ziegler were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kriehm of Wayside last Saturday. Mrs. M. H Smith, who has been visit ing with friends in the city for some time, has returned to her home in Mil waukee. The annual meeting of the Brillion Dairy Board of Trade will be held at the City hail at ■"> P M , Friday April House and Lot For Sale. House and lot, together with stable to be sold, call at ■Vld Huron street. Partic ulars given. Call personally, aprll. If a woman is dressed to kill she is a dangerous associate.