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Three Avowed Candidates for the
D- M. Sheldon of Manitowoc Rapids is
Last Man Out.
What the Board Expects to do at the
Present Session Which Will l.ast
Just One Week,
The County board will meet in special
session next Monday for the purpose of
organizing and attending to such other
business as mav come before it. Con
siderable interest is always taken in the
choice of a chairman who is elected at
the spring session This spring is no
exception since there are three avowee
candidates for the position with a pos
sibility of more. The present chairman
W. C. Maertzof Maple < frove is a can
didate to succeed himself and has a
strong following. Mr. Maertz has tilled
the position heretofore with credit to
himself and marked executive ability.
P. J. Conway of Meeme is also a can
didate and his wide and favorable ac
quaintance in the county will give him
considerable strength. Mr. Conwa\
has the ability and experience in publh
affairs necessary and should he be elect
ed would make a good •chairman.
Another candidate is David Sheldoi
of Manitowoc Rapid-. Mr. Sheldon ha
represented his town on the count}
board several years and expects to de
velope considerable strength.
The location of the training schoo
may also come in for a share of the dis
mission in the board. There are severa
places in the county that would like b
have it. among them Manitowoc. Tw<
Rivers. Reedsville. Cato and Branch.
Should the school board, consisting of
Supt. F. Christiansen. A. C. Maertz ol
Reedsville and John Schroeder of Tw<
Rivers, not be able to agree upon the
“location of the school the county boarc
may be requested to solve the problem
There will be several new men on tin
boardthis year which will be composed • •
the following members:
Louis P. Grimm Cato
Fred Jacobi Centrevilh
Albert Krieser Cooperstowr
John F. Koeck Eaton
Chas. Finger Franklin
Ai. Honey ..’ Gibson
Thomas Mohr Kossuth
J. W. Finch Libert}
Christ Math Manitowoc
David Sheldon Manitowoc Rapids
W. C. Maertz Maple Grove
P. J. Conway Meeme
Herman Stehn Mishicol
Thomas Gretz Newton
Martin Rappel Rockland
Win. Reinholt Schleswig
City of Two Rivers.
Jacob A. Geimer Ist ward
Win. Bcehringer 2nd ward
We Wegner 3rd ward
John J. Schroeder 4th ward
Chas. Krause • r >th ward
City of Manitowoc.
Chas. A. Groffraan Ist ward
Wm. Frazier 2nd ward
Charles Hart wig 3rd ward
Frank Vraney 4th ward
Walter Pellet •4th ward
Ed. Mohr 'ith ward
Gustav Mueller... Tth ward
Henry Lehrmann Two Creeks
Wm. Zander Two Rivers
W. J. Gnetzloe Village of Kiel
J. E. Schultz Village ■ f Reedsville
The Maribel ('aves hotel near Coupers
town will be opened to the public Mav
30th. Speeches will be made and an en
tertainment will be given in the even
iug. The hotel is built in one of the
most romantic locations in this county
and has all the modern improvements.
Mrs. M. M. Steinbrecher. a pleasant and
accomodating hostess, invites the pub
lic to participate in the grand opening
Will take Part -At a meeting of the
Minnehaha Camp 1285 M. W. A. it was
decided to take part in Memorial Day
exercises, and all members of the Camp
are requested to be at their hall at 1
o’clock ou that day.
Will visit Appleton -A large crowd
of rooters will accompany the North
side track team to Appleton on Satur
day. Many people not connected with
the school, will take advantage of the
low rate of one dollar fur the round trip
and spend the day with friends in Ap
l leton.
The union men employed by the Reiss
Coal Cos. ami the Jones & Adams com
pany have gone out on a striae. J- G.
Johnson of the J. G. Johnson Cos. local
agents for the Reiss Coal Cos. stated that
the men had been offered the same rates
that were being paid at Sheboygan and ■
Milwaukee but up to the present time
have not accepted. Coalers that were
intended for Manitowoc are going to I
Sheboygan to unload.
An unsuccessful attempt was made |
to stop the men loading grain at the
elevators and give place to union men.
The Ciceronian Literary Society con
sisting of the members of Moore's Busi
ness College held their first regular
meeting last night. The programme
was as follows:
<lpening Address.. .Pres. Mr. Eberhard
1 Recitation Hugo Bayfield
1 Essay Francis Vobril
Description of Manitowoc
W. Heingarten
Debate; Resolved that Washington
was a greater statesman 1 ha- Lincoln.
Affirmative Negative.
I M. S. Kellner Ed. Huwatchek
E. E. Eichman Thus. McKeough
Herbert Hudson Paul Zentner
The judges decided in favor of the
Essay Mabel Watts
Recitation... .Pest House....P. A. Reif
Recitation. Etta Sonsthagen
The next meeting will be held May
I 29.
Win. Grub of St. Nazianzwas in town
Jos. A. Kellner of Kellnersville was in
town Monday.
P. J. Conway of Meeme was in the
city this week.
J. A. Geimor of Two Rivers was in
the city on Monday.
Fred Jacobi of Centreville called at
the Pilot office Monday.
Fred Kielsmeir of Centerville did busi
ness in the city on Tuesday.
Chas. Rieck and Jacob Gaucli of Cen
terville sienl Tuesday in the city.
John F. Koeck of St. Nnzianz was
in town on business Monday and Tues
A. C. Maertzof Reedsville was in the
city this week. He has already com
i menced rebuilding his Hour mill.
Chas. Krumm. is now a papa, a ten
pound boy having arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Krumm this week.
Is Now an M. I). Floyd Westgate
of Mishicot is now an M. D. having
graduated at Milwaukee and has re
turned home with his family. Mr,
Westgate expects to locate in the
northern part of the state.
Pea Louse Appears It is said that
the pea louse has put in its appearance
but is now attacking the blossoms of
fruit trees. If such be the case it will
do considerable damage in our county.
Will be a Short Session Judge
Dunwiddie of Janesville lias recovered
from bis late illness and will convene
court here on May 22. It is expected
that the session will be a short one.
Editor of Hie Pilot ill Sydney T.
Pratt, editor of the Pilot, was taken
sick Monday and is now at the Holy
Family hospital.
Will Attend Training School Miss
Rose Zander leaves today for Milwaukee
where she will attend the training
school for nurses at the Milwaukee
Medical college.
Will Resign Aug. Grimm, assistant
at the Third Ward high school the past
two years, will give up his position at
the en I of the pr sent term and next
autumn "-ill re enter the State I'niversi
ty to complete the course in Literature
and Philosphy which he began about
four years ago.
Memorial Day at Mishicot Mem
orial Day will be observed at Mishicot
on Sunday May 28th Company H. has
been invited to attend and other arrange
j ments have been made for the proper
observance of the day.
The First Matinee Will be Held on
Tuesday June i.
Special Features for this Season of the
Year 1901.
Manitowoc Riding and Driving Club Said to
be one of tlie Strongest and Most
Popular in Wisconsin.
Cardinal red and black will be on the
programme Tuesday June 4. The
Manitowoc Driving and Riding club
will hold its first matinee of the season
on that day and it is expected to be a
red letter day. A parade will take
| place in which the members will par
[ ticipate and it will be one of the finest
' exhibit of horses and line rigs ever seen
in the city. A feature of the matinees
this year will be the driving of the
horses by their owners. Professional
drivers will be barred from driving any
hut their own horses. The club is one
of the strongest in the state and is be
coming more popular.
The President will a*k Mayor Ralir
to declare a half-holiday so as to enable
tha business men to participate in the
enjoyments of the day.
The following is the order of parade
arranged by the committee for the mat
inee June 4 and the public is invited to
1. The parade to form on Eighth
street, between Hamilton and Marshal)
streets, headed west on Marshal street,
proceed west on Marshall street to
Eleventh street, north on Eleventh
street to Washington street, east on
Washington street to Eighth street,
north on Eighth street to St. • lair street
west on St. Clair street and Michigan
Ave. to driving park.
I 2, The line of formation to be madt
!up as follows; Ist, All pony riding
I horses to head the procession. 2nd
i Band. 3rd. All horses entered for ma
I tinee races. 4th. All double driving
j rigs. sth. All single driving rigs.
;!. The Marshall's of the day will be
I P. J. Pierce. G W. Kennedy and Dr. J
I Mulholland.
.At At
Dick Maguire who has been some
what under weather, is again to be seen
I on the streets.
! John Barnes Jr. alter quite a sever,
| illness, is again able t" attend to hi
duties as captain ol the Northside track
I team.
Airs. K. Finklesoii. who recently un
derwent an operation at the Holy Family
hospital, is improving and is now pro
nounced out of danger.
As to May Shipments For vear-
Manitowoc has shipped hundred* of ton
of hay to Michigan annually, but this
year it is different. Manitowoc hay
dealers sold hay to Lake Superior foi
spring deliver', hut owing to the short
age of the crop in this vicinity it was
necessary to purchase the hay in Mu hi
| gau, ship it to Manitowoc and thence to
Lake Superior hv steamers.
To Rebuild Silver Lake Peter We
her has purchased from Charles E.
Spindler the seventy-four acres at Silver
Lake on which was located Stiver Lake
hotel. He is to erect a hotel on the
property in the near future.
Celebrated his birthday t'.-trl li..*-t -
nerot the town of Newton celebrated bis
72nd birthday last Sunday, Tie* Luth
eran choir "(iemuthlichkeit" drove out
to help celebrate.
Defeated at Two Rivers TheXorth
; Side school base hall team was de
feated at Two Rivers Saturday. The
score stood U 8 to •!.
Chas. Frazier a Delegate -Chas.
Frazier was named its a delegate to the
grand lodge session of the Wisconsin
Knights of Pythias at Waukesha June
is.go. The choice was made at the
meeting of the local lodge last even
lor Purchase of Land The Special
committee appoined by Mayor Rahr to
visit the cemetery with a veiw of pur
chasing more land, performed its duty
and after due consideration decided to
recommend to the council that a tract
jof land belonging to H. Markham be
MANITOWOC, WIS., MAY 16. 1901.
Ten carload* of poles were shipped hv
Worcester A Cos., of Marinette to H. C.
and Thomas Higgins to Manitowoc for
their Manitovvoc-Two Rivers line. The
Madden Cedar Cos., of Rapid River, is
shipping 3*.0u0 feet cedar tie- to the
same place for their road. The Illinois
Steel Cos. furnishes the steel, expects a
special kind which will be used in the
paved part of the . ity. and this is being
furnished by the Lorain Steel Cos., of
Lorain, Ohio, a* the Illiuoi* Steel Cos.
does’nt make this style of rail The cars
of poles have arrived the city.
0E W. C. R. R. MADE
The Chicago Record-Ht raid is author
ity f>r the following statement it was
stated today on apparently go .1 auth
ority that the deal for sale of Wl*co:isin
Central has been perfected in London
and would be carried through in the
course of a few weeks. The price at
which the trade is to h# made is said to
bo on. which is considerably in advance
of tic prc- i iit market price of Wiscosin
Central stock. Just what disposition is
to be made of the property i* not certain
but it is thought that the road will be
turned over to the Harrimat; interests.
Norman Torrison leftfor th. KUmdikt
gold regions of Alaska where h** i- in
j lerested in some mining claim- Air
| Torrison has been there bob ;, having
gone there last summer and goes then
now to develope the claims he obtained
He expects to return about November
Wm. Fecliter was in Apph ; m.
Geo, Bradle went to Kaukaima.
j Judge Kirxvun i-;n Kewan •• holding
! court. ... ,
I Gnlick Hongen spent a i"W lays in Alii
Assemblyman Will.ct is home fron
; Madison.
Hon; y Mun ich* ha-; me to St I 11
to remain a week.
Frank Krainik has returned from :
• stay at Mt, Clemen* Ma li.
Prof. ('. E. Patzer of Milwaukee Non i
xva* in tin* city Saturday and Sunday
, Chas. E. Spindler \'"iit to Chicago
Before returning hone he will visit >t
Mr. Charles spin,]) r is spending .
couple of week* in si Paul and othc
Joseph Kirscher ha- ■ cepted a posi
tioii with a large harlxv tre firm in Mil
Mrs. Henrv Levcuh -n of Mishicot
is visiting with her danguler Mrs. A 11
Theodore Torrisoa lias gone to tin
Pacific ( oust, where In will remain for
about two weeks.
Mr.-. Win. WtiboMt v ill move to Ti
Rivers this week an 1 will live with her
niiither Mis. Le < 'lair--
August Wagner and I imrlesL'Veiiha
Ren nf Mishii ita - m ■ mieil by their
wives came in to see tin Karl Gardner
company M-unlay evening.
Mr- Levenhagi nSr retnrneil to Mi
hieut after an extended visit with her
daughter Mr- .Tule 1. -i 1-tedt.
Senator Kundt-on i nine hack from
Madison Saturday and <-s not intend
to return ag iiu this ses-i u of rim legi
hit n re.
To Repair Council Rooms The com
uiitteeappointed by the mayor to con
suit with tiie owners •.i the building
occupied as tlie council room in regard I
to repairs, met Louis Schimitz- lie pro
posed to lengthen the bunding r!o fe t.
tear out the railway on the south side of
the room, lower th ■ flour a foot, and fix
up the upstair rooms upon condition
that the city woul 1 leas it for five years
at SSO a month.
(letsan Appointment .lohnH. Friar
of Milwaukee, well known here as the
husband of Miss Nora Kelley, has been
appointed tax assessor fur the Fourth
ward in the Cream Citj The salary is
Help Wanted: Cabinet mothers
| machine hands and finishers. Steady
1 work and good pay to experienced mi n
State where yon have worked, how long
and pay received -
K. O. Evans Cos..
School Furniture Works
t 30 Ureeu Bay, Wis.
Land and Saif Company to Plal
t!)„ Gunderson Farm
Henry Hinrichs is Elected to the
Lots at Highland Home M ill be Sold on the
Installment Plan so That the Poor
cst Can Acquire a Home.
It was decided at the annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Manit >wuc
Laud and Salt company held lust. Sat nr
day to plat the Gunderson farm which
lies just west ot the Fair grounds. In
the future it will be known as Highland
Home and lots may be purchased upon
it from SIOO up. The Land and Salt
company in order to meet everybody,
"ill sell on the installment plan, pur
chasers being able to pay ,iu*t such
sums from time to time as they can
without incommoding themselves.
This new section is admirably adapt
ed for homes and within easy reach of
the city.
(iflicers were elected for the ensuing
year at the annual meeting on Saturday
as follows;
President Henry Hinrichs
Vice President,. .Thomas E. Torrison
Secretary and Treasurer M, H. Murphy
Manager M. H. Murphy
Board of Directors Henry Hinrichs,
M. H. Murphy, Thus, E. Torrison.
Michael Kirwan, NY. A. Wulkei and A
J. Schmitz.
The report made showed the company
in a flourishing condition. It is hoped
tiu> company will brain hunt in other
fields in a very short time.
Deaths of a Week.
Mathias Novak died at his home in
the town of Kos.-uith at the age of M.
Mrs, Miller the beloved wife of J. C
Miller of Kiel died at her home Fri Tax
evening of lit art disease. Mr. Miller
has a wide circle of friends in this city
whose heartfelt svinpathv goes <mt to
him and hi* family f u- their great sor
row in the his* of wife and mother.
The infant child of Torn Spore I died
at hie home c u-. Seventh and Huron
street Sunday afternoon, ufte an Bluest
of hut a few days. The funeral took
place from the home Tne*day afternoon.
William Henry, aged so year- died at
hi* home in Two River- The funeral
takes place to-day. Mr. Henrv was born
at Dover, England in I*2l and came to
Two Hiv.u* in I*sl. During the civil
war he was lieutenant in company I).
27th Wis, and served with distinction
He was a member of the Jos. Rankin
post G A. R. His wife and two (laugh
ter* survive him. Mrs. (’. Krause and
Mr*. Andrew Schmidt.
John Herthrani of Sheboygan In Hel
leu Kaufman of Two Rivers; 'l’hcodure
< i 11-in of Dane county to Mir’dlda F,
Stausland of Manitowoc countv an-eph
>icgcl of Sheboygan to Lena Tnscl oi
Libertv ; Gisirge H. Newcomb of Mam
to woe to Mary 'l'. Skubal of Mi-diicot.!
Anton Goetz of Manitowoc to
Waltawaof Manitowoc: Albeit Hasten ■
of Gibson to Emelia Koim of Coopers-1
town; Charles Petzohl of Schleswig to I
Lizzie li.dtz of Schleswig; damns W.
IVch of .Manitowoc to Ellen May lias
of Manitowoc ('has. liingmcier of Two
Rivers to Annie Bencsch of Misbicot
Henry Altlicn of Mishicot to Mary Note
of Manitowoc; Frank K. Roubcl of
Franklin to Mary Svacina of Kossuth; j
John K Burton of Waukesha to Alvina !
Srhwake iif Two Rivers; Aug E. Thieni
of Brown county to Mum, ■ liaise of
Maple < drove,
Grass is Killed -The .awn in Wash
ingtou park lias nut Rued as well the
past winter as Unit of the Northside
park, much of the grass having Wen
killed by the frost
Should Improve Crossings Every
street crossing in the city should be I
boarded over, the pitch holes at most
of the crossings being a relic of days
gone by. which is notin keeping with
our prosperous city of to-day.
Robinson Re-elected Street Com
i missiuTier Thomas Robinson was re elec
1 ted at the city council meeting and was
I given a raise of sl-10 per year on h.-t sal
' ary.
Jury Commissioners M. H. Murphy, I
K. K. Eoblev and Ira Beyer have drawn
the following jury for the June term: j
John Strouf, Gibson: Frank Jagodinski.
Manitowoc city; F. A. Rodawald. New
ton; J. C. Mueller, Kiel village: Jos. S
Kline, George Dicke. Two Rivers: Max
Richter, city; Bernard Wilkins. Two
Rivers; Chas. Kabat Maple Grove;
Michael Dulan. Franklin Ira Stehn.
Two Rivers; EvenTollefsou, city; Henry
Stoll, Sc.hlcswigAVm. Ahe,.rn, Two Riv
ers; Christ Neuman, city; < 'has. Kierst.
I Two River-;( fief Sundebcrg, Eaton;
i Joseph A auda. Gibson. George Cooper,
city. Wm. Bermke Centerville; Frank
Gliebe Cato: John Gnidinger Newton;
Frank He*sel. Kossuth:( Hie G. Wind
ingstadt Eaton; Henry Selnuknhl Cen
terville. Fred Woodcock Rockland A\ T
J. Wreitli. Two River* Frank Mrotek
I city; Sam Randolph, Jr. citv; Henry
Meggers. Schleswig; Thomas llallada
Mishicot; Henry Goedjeu, Jr. Two
Rivers; Conrad Kitdsmeier, Centerville
August Wagner. Mishicot.
The following real estate report is
copied for ns by the Manitowoc County
Abstract company, who furnish ab-tract*
of titles at a moderate cost and look up
all property free of charge.
H. P. Hamilton to Wolfgang Brunner,
W r . iof lots 7 and HI, block 4in David
Nottage s Add. to Two Rivers, SISOO.
Julius Feind to August W. Bam, 20
acres sec. i. Eaton. SIOO.
John Bcnthicu to l)t*miis Ryan, It*
acres see 1, Cooperstown, SIOOO.
Anton Nowak to Kattie Nowak et al,
lot 17. block It Ml, City of Manitowoc. sl.
Anton Schmitz to Peter Bauer. 50
acres see. 20 ami part of lot 5, see. 17,
'J initowoc Rapid- *l'!00.
Louise Boannkc to lingo Scimrrer.
E i fS. 100 ft. of lot I, and S. 100 feet
of lot 2, block 3, Village of Centerville.
$23 <O.
Frank Kanfmann Jr. to Rosalia Shi
kowske, lot *, block II City of Two
Rivers, S7OO
Ann Lantry to Peter Porton. m acres
sec. 19, to acre.* sec. 20. Manitowoc
Rapid*. s3ooo
Nads M. Anderson to Michael Popp.
*0 acres si e 21, Cato, 82500,
Wenele Sliimoo to (Inst. Krieser, P,5
acres sees. 2o and 29. Cooperstowii,
August Rahe to John Koenig, part of
iol 10, block 5. \ illage of St. Na/.ianz
Robert II Sncttinger to John Bat'dker
lot 3 and I in block 10 ( ity of Txvc
Rivers, $750.
Janie. M Ratsack to George Ratsaek
1.. t 72 in A W But 1* tV W M Nichols
plat of re snbd v see. 19. Manitowoc s32'.
Marc A Zipperer to Anton Fesshr
at al 10 aTe* *et-. 12 *o acres sec. 13,
(‘ato. s '990.
Michael Wagner to Wilhelmiiie Wag
tier E. id lot I block, 315. City sl.
James il-ilj.i to Wtuieel litirka l"
acres si r 11, franklin *soo
Agnes Bnseliech to Louise Itoennke
all of lot ■ 17 and 1* block 10 and a fur
ther parcel of 1 in I in said block 1", vil
lage of (' -n ter vi 11 ■•. $250
Simon Bernklaw to A'acloxv Kivu *0
acres sec I* M j -ill j ■ it. s.*so.
fritz /aim to F'erdnand Draliein lo
wres see 0 E 1t0n.•'•325.
John Simmer et. al to Antmi Selimitz
f lots i, 2 and 3, block 9. Vilhtg" if
Ma ;lev,i ic Rapids *.".'p i.
.It ;i • i Murphy to Allierf Engel*, part
of lots 2 and 3, block 3IS, City $1 .
Mr-. Anna Ruby In Joseph Ruby, -0
jut ■* see ~ Two i reeks sl.
Anton Schiesl to Jo-eph A. Scbie-1
B('acres sec. 7, Manitowoc Rapids. sl.
Hills M \ndersoti to Albert Jar •■*
Grillin t" ieri -ec 21. ( 'ato s2son.
Milk \kl\N MIN Bkll SIN
Submits Her I inures on Circulation fur
Cast Week.
Miss \’nii Briesen. librarian of the
Manitowoc public lilinn vsubmitsher tier
tiros. showing t In- circulation statistics
foi the past weak ending May 11. Tin y
arc General, 5; philosophy I religion,
1; sociology, 7; ini iir.il science 11; useful
arts, 2; Hue arts'.l, history, 21; travel, 18. |
biography, lit; literatim l . Itlti; Philology, ,
0, Total 711
Of those •‘lit wer Herman. 12 Polish, s,
Boheuiian, 7 Norwegian an 1 0 French.
Daily average was 11 H.
Purchase Confectionery Store Lev
erenz and Kestly have purchased the
ice cream and confectionery store of
: Win. Sampe on Washington street.
I Circulate a Petition A petition is
being circulated in the Second ward to
have the streets sprinkled, the same
show of enterprise in all of the wards
would much improve our city.
WHOLE NO. 2216
All Arrangements for Memorial
Day Have Been Made.
Parade Will Form at Court House Square
at 1:30 O'clock.
Opening Remarks at Cemetery Mill be Made
By Mayor Rahr. Mixed Choir Mill
Sing Appropriate Songs.
Members of the H M, Walker Post No.
!(•. A. H , are makingextensive prepar
ations fertile proper observance of Man
orial day. Invitations tu participate in
the exercises are being sent out to all
i the societies in the city and are being
accepted. For the parade, the line of
marchers will be formed at Court I' mse
square and march to Evergm.i ■ -me
tery where appropriate songs win be
suutc by tli.' mixed elmir and the orarmn
nt the day will be delivered by Alton. ey
< W. Ha/.elton of Milwaukee. .Many
of the surrounding towns and visages
will have their memorial exercises on
the Sunday precedmg Decoration day.
The following order was received ny
the II M. Walker Post No. 18 (t. A K.
from dej art nieiit headiiuarters and be
low is the given program arranged by
the committee;
• Post commanders are intrusted with
the duty of extending invitations to the
Woman's Relief Corps, the Ladies of
.net}, A. IC. the Sons of Veterans and
•ill civic benevolent societies, to partici
pate in the observance of Memorial Day.
in evidence of their appreciation of the
sacrifices made in defense of the flag,
and for the perpe*nity of the American
Republic. Also to request the principals
and directors of all schools, colleges and
educational institutions, pubdc or pri
vote, within the Department, to devote
the afternoon of theday preceding May
VJO). to pa triot ic exercises in their schools,
and to assist in the ermr uses on Memor
ial Do. May ;{(>. Also to provide ar
rangements iti their localities for .Mem
orial Service to be Meld on Sunday, May
,’ii. preceding Memorial Day, in which
every member is earnestly request’d to
Tho procession will form at Cuirt
House square at I 10 ; . m n;.•'■■■ to
march at o'clock sharp to cemeti rj in
the following nlcr.
I Mur-lml “t tlaolrty with aides.
School < iijl Iron with Itau*
> ('nrriiiwf with' >ralor < 'hapUitii and Ma .nr
\V. liiihr hi president. of theday
I t'urrnifc'i - sv ll !i It-.nil’ll of Alili'i'ini'i., i link
unit Treasurer.
ii. Ilu.-.si- fur ir.i uili.'i's of ( horns.
T i ivi. societies. by ->iiiM-itil invitation
i* lliiml.
!■ I! nmscli unar 1-
M. linin’ uuiird".
11 11 \V liiiwti.n ('ump No. it and Soldiers
of tlw Spanish-American war
11 Hhl’Ui i'M W'ilikl't’ Port No I".
The exercises on the grounds will be
in the following oilier.
1 Mihi’’ by liiuul
; i ipcninK remark* by the president of the
I Pi’ll,ver bv UeV W Hontiill
l Chorus.
"• Headlll* I I lot ■CIS .1 llllV-S lit Uottls
U <’bonis
Oration by H ,\V lln.i lton orator of ti n
i lay
s Chorus
■i Firimr of oil it.-
1(1 Home miir' l
The decoration of the g-aves wili take
[dace in the foreitiMiii, The chool child
ren and every body are especially invit
ed to furnish the necessary flowers in
)>■ impietes. whii’h may lie left either at
the Post room on the north side or at
15 lerslatte s drugstore at tin south side
up to ii Hii A M. on Decanation Day.
pi.r members of the lh a’d o Aldermen
aid the ( horns seats will le nor. lon
li’ * tribune and they will be dim ted to
t'e ir respective places
Mi MUKIAI. Sl kMcl.
Attention Comrades Horace M. Walker Pi st
No. 18 li A. K.
Memorial servi will !> ■ hel l Sun*
day May 2H. at the St. Paul Methodist
E >i- -opal church on N, 7th street at
1" iU o'cloc kA. M. All members of the
Post are requested to meet at the L\st
room at in o > lock A. M on that day.
By order of Committee.
Christian Science.
The Christian Science society holds
service Sunday at 10 30 A. M. Subject
for licit Sunday’s lesson is;. “Soul and
Body.” Sunday , school mecis at
11:45. Wednesday evening ser
vice at 8 o’clock. Reading room is op* n
Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 4 P. M.
Frazier hall, York street bet ween Sev
enth and Eighth. All are invited.

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