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ALL OVER MANITOWOC COUNTY.
MISHICOT. A H. Specht of Reifx ivn- home for the Sundays Nic Terens and family spent Sunday with relatives in Manitowoc. Miss Effie Schneider of Chicago is the gnest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Halverson. Mrs. Herman Timm of Manitowoc is visiting with her mother. Gns Halverson is taking an extended trip through the southern part of th** state. Floyd West gate has returned with his familv from Milwaukee where he com pleted a medical course, and is now a full fledged M. D. A. I!. Naves mid son left Tuesday for a visit with relatives at Medina. Mrs. Bemis of Two Rivers is visiting with E D. Oswald and wife. John Chloupek came up from Manito woc Saturday, with his hoys to take in the fishing, returning again Sunday. What might have been a serious fire was averted hy the prompt assistance rendered when the piles of bolts i . Rhode's mill yard suddenly shot in flames Thursday noon. It was noticed immediately arid hy hard work was soon tinder control It is supposed to have been caused hy a sj<ark from the stack Henry Athen of School section and | Mary Nofz of Manitowoc were united in marriage at the home of the groom last Saturday. A reception was held aft< the wedding and many friends indulged in having a good time till early hours. Invitations are out for the wedding of Chas. Ringmeier and Annie Bern sch which will take place at the Holy t'ms church on Tuesdj y. May .' s th. Mrs. Albert Mueller and daughte Oira of Tacoma. Wash, and Amamh Mueller of Manitowoc are guests of then relatives here. Mixs Alma Welxenlierg of Appleton i • thegnest of the Misses St. Louis. Memorial Hay will he observed by ap propriate exercises in our village ne.v Sunday under the auspices of the Jos | Rankin Post (i A. R The of graves will take place in the morning i and in the afternoon the following pri gram carried out. PROGRAM. Tin- procession will form at 1.30 at th Opera hall and march lirst to the ( 'at he 1 lie and then to the public cemetery a* ; I.l' in following order. 1. Marshal of the day with aides. 2. School children. 3. Carriage with speakers and presi , dent of the day. 4. Band. A. Civic Societies. 0. Twin River Rides 7. Jos Rankin Post. O A. It. At the t 'at la die cemetery the following exercises will l held M usic hy hand Chorus. Addn - hy John Shamlieau. Chorus. Firing of Salute. After thix the concourse will march to I the public cein- levy where the following program will Is* rendered Music hy hand. Chorus. Reading of Lincoln's (iettyshnrg Address. Chorus. Firing of Salute Ilona- March . ZANDER. Mr, Plant;, took a trip to town lax! | Saturday. Messrs Bangui*'* Breideraud Niipiett* ! visiteil our school last Thursday and it : seemed all but the teacher and the few | pupils attending wen* the only ones 1 who were not enjoying the holiday. Mi >pewac. 1c hft for Autigo on s a.; I seemingly important husim -s, Mr- Plant/, will leave for Marinette I in the tn ar future to \i-it her daughter Mi>. A Itettmiitin. Frank Uurtt of Manitowoc vixited hi relatives here laxt week Mr and Mis Ed. Zander and Mrs. Kautskv and children of Manitowoc I Our New Gold Coin % | ''' the lu st wheel ever of at Hurh a low price. i•. 1 ' ■ Mu.’ W ill; I.it). \ striping. white enameled rims, yond saddle, lu st rat trap pedals, Other inyh nr double title -"1 P" O A * I Fitted with roaster brake ami clincher tires at S.tO.uu. N* w wheels from up. Second hand 'I AO wheels at Spd.UU Repairs at the lowest prices, MANITOWOC CYCLE WOKKS Vork Street bets kth and yth Manitowoc, Wla, | were visiting relatives here last Sun ! day. j The attendance at the school is very | good; most of the larger scholars have i left, but it is more than counter balanc ( ed by the little folks. Mr. and Mrs. Rhonek sjient most of 1 last week with her parents Mr. and I .Mrs. Ihsl. i Annie Ellinghoc* has returned from [ Milwaukee where she has been spending | the winter. The dance at Wanish's last Sunday wax well attended and a good time was reported. KIEL. The Kiel National Zeitung” left her old place on Freemont St. last Thursday and has occupied the new building on 7th St. John Bnchmann from Chilton was a caller at his brother- in-law Ed. Henshol over Sunday. Warren Lawrence from town Schles wig bought land in .1 B. Latin s new addition on 7tli Street. Dr. L. E. Wiesler our popular dentist now >wns a piece of land on Freemont street. The pupils of the elementary school are trying very hard to have the pro -1 gram which takes place on Decoration i day, turn out successful. EASTWIN. The dance given at East win hall by the Twin River bam! Saturday May in. wax a very pleasant affair. Married: Miss Mary Notz and Henry Altlien Saturday May I* at the Lutheran [church at Two Rivers. The wedding hells chimed merrily and the organ peeled forth itx rich melodies as the happy couple went to th** altar where 11 ley were to speak those vows which would hind them together forever. When the ceremony was over they re paired to the home of the groom where the wedding was duly celebrated oy their many friends and relatives. The groom is an enterpring young farmer from here and the bride a young lady from Manitowoc They will make their future home with the groom's mother. Correspondent extends congratulations ami wishes them a long and happy life. The brick yard ot Peter Sehaf has lieen in working for some time. Wm. Zander is spending the week at Manitowoc to attend the meeting of the < Vanity board. (IRIHMS. ,1. I) Nate and Jerry Ready have each put n a wagon scab*. Tim Keahan. Bryan Connell and Join Hogan left Tuesday for Hennesev < (klalmnia to look up some prospects fi r speculation. Wm. Cummings lias again been awarded anew ofliee as village fire chief. ' Mr- Carney left for Manitowoc Mon day after an extended visit. Miss Josi* Donohue of Autigo visited! Friday and Saturday with her aunties Mrs Maltiorougli amiJMixs Sarah Gen John Watt and Pat Leverie were at Shelsiygan Monday on business John Halroti an I Joe Stratisky alien d**d a surprise party of Frank Frosche s 1 at Wii) ide Sunday night who is soon to depart I it* the west. L. I’. Grimm and daughter Emma | were Manitowoc callers Monday. A number of our sports attended the! hall at Thus Thursday Moriee Long acte 1 as Ilnur manager, Mrs M Watt visited her sixlci Mix 1 Wm. Mullins at Forest Jet. t atur lay. School Superintendent Christiansen i was seen driving tl>Vough our burg one day last week. Adolf Haexe and sister Emma attended the party at Wayside Sunday. John Hal run left Tuesday for Ashland Wix f. irau extended visit w ith relatives. ! Cracker jades Green Eyed Monsta is vision only Miss Kate O'Brien and Mr. .1 Clover 1 oft hicago are visiting here with rela ; lives, Wm. Kirby and family drove to j Manitowoc Saturday. Hay Frosch is doing a rushing busi ness in buggies this spring. COOPERSTOWN. Willie Alee is quite ill. Miss Emma Kiel of Branch was visit ing relatives at this place. Misses Minnie I’lantikon and Martha Neiiiz of Green Bay are spending a few days with their parents < f this place. Mr. Surket the horse shoe nail agent has lieen seen here Sunday, The Literary society met for the last time Saturday night. The programme consisted of songs, recitations, music and a dialogue. ( has Plantikon was at Two Rivers Wednesday attending the wedding of his brother William. Miss Emma Elmer is visiting friends and relatives of Manitowoc. A grand ball will be given by Mr. Kuifek of Hosecrans Penticost Monday. All are cordially invited to attend. John Zernka cf Casco is visiting hii brother of this place. Mrs. Mary Pelischek received the sad news of the death of her son John, who was killed at Washington. He left Cooperstown about 14 years ago He riui(l“ his home in the state of Wash ington where he owned a farm. Tw i years ago he went to Alaska to look for gold and returned to Washington las spring where he was killed by a timb :• falling on his head. Eugene Sfienbreclier'lias purchased a rig with rubber tires and intends to visit < asco next Sunday, where he ha attractions. MENCM ALVILLE. (juiet a number of men helped Mat Fisher our village cheese-maker raise a barn last Saturday. Emil Stefl and Mat Stelzer Isitli of Tans were seen in our village last Sun day. Joseph Biley of this place has now moved to Tans where he works in Boehm's saw.mills. Masons are kept moving here. Thej* have all the work they can stand. The first load of cheese was shipjitd last Week. Sonic time ago John Decker caught u pretty fair sized fish. Another good time may he expected in Meiiidial's hall on Monday May 37. Thomas Dnpek will soon have hi house completed. ('harles Brandt has again started making bricks. Emil Wilda has prepared his truck fov hauling cord wood. Joseph Shebesta Sr., and wife left for Drywood Wis., where they expect to stay for some time. Some of our boys took in the Kellners ville dance Thursday May Kith. Maggie Rami he lias now returned 1 home from Milwaukee. John Clary of Powers Mich., is visit- : ing relatives here. Frank Zciiiau mad -a trip to Manito woc He rode a horse belonging to the! < 'hicago and Northwestern R. R. Cos. VALUERS. A movement is on foot amongst the prominent farmers of this vicinity for forming a stock company with a paid up capital of from *3aoo to *IOOO an 1 building an elevator at Valders. IVr value of shares will be $lO and sufficient j number if responsible men have signified their willingness to take stock iu I amounts ranging from sao to *3OO ea< li to insure tin* successful promotion of tin*-oh me in i ii'C the Northern Grain ( o do not build as stated and expected. A committee will he appointed who will have Executive power to formulate a definite plan of action ST. NAZI ANZ. Last Sunday the news men spread and published that Ed. Gaerdhoefner and Miss Anna Koeiug will join the family circle. Good Luck. Last Sunday the St. Nazianz Cornet i Hand made a round trip to Shoot hill. Louis Corners and Steinthal reported that it was a good stomach and lip ex ercise. It seems that Prof, Weinsheuk is stuck , on Si Naziauz Previous to the last few weeks he was here two days each week now he is home two days each week. P J. Weiiikortz with his Marionett Theater will show at the following place-, pi-rlieo-i Monday at Collins, June .'at English Lake, and June the 10th at I''larks Mills KI LI.NHRSMLI.I; Dr. F. M Corry and wife were at Manitowoc on Friday last. Mr M J Kellner and family were visitors at Schosteiis on Sunday last. The dan'eat Jos Kellners was largely attended | Jos, Kui era general agent for the ! Rand and Hoenier lldw. Cos was in our village on business one day last week. 1 < 'buries Piugt r chairman of t his town is at Manitowoc on business. Mr. Walter and Edmund Mohnek were at Mishicot last Sunday. End! Cizek and John Shanda were at Manitowoc with there bikes lust Thurs day John i* a good rider but Emil is better. Charles Muench is going to rafle bis hack and a joeky cart The hack is u first class rig for any one winning it and the cart is good also. It is one which can be used fur any purpose. Any one want ing tickets before the lucky numbers are gone call at ( 'harles Muench. Ever since Kellner and Sons put new tops on all their wagons which they use for hauling grain to Manitowoc it does not rain. James Hoiipek took a flying trip to Greeenstrcet last Sunday night McCormick twine and machinery for sale by M. Kellner & Sons. (jREENSTREET, Miss Emma Hu shot has returned home from Cato. Mr. and Mr- Frank Paulu have taken up their residence in Milwaukee. Pauline and Ernest Kotick attended the surprise party given to Mr. and Mrs. Jot; Vraney last Saturday. A largo number of our young folks at tended Joe Kellner’s dance. They all must have enjoyed themselves; judging by the time they reached home. There are minors of a double wedding at Greenstreet in the near future. Hurry up hoys, get in time for the girls are going fast Ernest Knti'k was seen quite frequent ly about Kellnersvilh* of late. Some thing mu-r have attracted him quite strongly. MELNIK, Mr. Chas Skwor will close school on Decoration Duv May 30. He will have an entertaiiniiHOt in the evening, which will begin at 7 o'clock sharp P. M. Come everybody and listen to the exercises In the children. The flag drill will precede the program. Memorial services will be held Thurs day May 3o at the Melnik church. Mr. Guse moved a barn for Anton Kriwanek Monday. Adolph Peck, son of J. J. Peck who was seriously ill is well again. Miss Rose Kriwanek visited our school Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Suchan, have returned from their trip to Green Bay. The C. S Z J. lodge held its meeting Sunday at Jos. Suchan's. Mr. Fred Shiinonik attended the meet ing of (,'. S Z J. lodge Sunday at Jus. Suchan's. As Jos. Vodwaska was riding home ward on Ins wheel he ran over Mr. Kreychies dog. Wencil Kovarek visited our school Thursday. FRANCIS CREEK. Joe Kellner has disposed of the Keen , an house to N. Pankratz- Hchoo] in dist. no. 3 will close with a ! picnic in early June. ! The interior of Stastny's dance hull is | being painted. W. iVroiitka is painting his saloon and house. Shestak & Cos. are drilling a well for Frank Hessel. Tom Kukill is breaking his colt re cently purchases of A. Youra. Clinx Augustine is now at home hav ing been injured while at work in Man itowx*. J. Sladky is building anew black smith j. ,j, a suminei nop and also a summer kitchen. Littl* Louis Draslier was quite severe ly injure*! in a runaway last week. Dr. Correy ix attending him. .fix Peck, sou of Frank Peck, still re niaiiix ill J. Bin kley is making extensive im provements on Ids farm by the moving of Lis barns and stable. Many of our young folks will soon be making visits to the Maribel Caves. Some of our young people intend to vi-it Mishicot next Sunday to take part in the celebration of Memorial Day. ST. WEN DHL. John Klein celebrated his cradle anni versary Sunday, and many friends' called to shake with John. Wm. Grottegnt our road overseer is j beginning work upon the highroads William Boeldt ami Anton Shulte I tried .me day, to lead gently ii to the path 1 hi- i father took William's young j :i o n , ,id horse, but whether the sulky j hallo and or the horse, can not be said, but 1 tin- ev• n William, concedes that the b.ir .-led him and Anton on. Wi inderstand that Mr Andrew i Kestlv lias entered Manitowoc's list of business men. Mr Wagner's hotel at Cleveland is gi.iduall. improving as the masons have ! un i,, and their work and the decuratoisj and i,nters will no doubt by their skill i nuke tlii a first class hotel of which • '!■ In 1 may be justly proud. 1 Kolb Centerville’s amiable peda gogue arrange la very pleasant evening for l-i ircle of friends and cinch players. Ida Fnmz upon this occassion reed first prize and Louisa Toe pel the consolation id' having something which would glad dee any heart. We know Louisa prizes it verv much and would not for the , world part with it. S'hnol Dist, No. -t is preparing for an entertainment June H and by what we have heard we can say it will be a grand ' i fIAPLE GROVE. John O'Neil was a business visitor at Manitowoc last week. Morgan Connell who was seriously ill is enjoying perfect health again. lames Connell and Martin O’Brien have each purchased anew* buggy. J. P. Watt, Dan Cavanaugh and Pat Savery were Manitowoc visitors Satur day. Thomas Morrissey and wife visited in Morrison last Sunday. Dan Fielding raised his barn last Wed nesday. Martin O’Neil visited at Mill Center last week. John Cleary of Marinette is among as. John Foley left for Chicago Saturday. He expects to be gone for some time. Tim Keehan, Bryan Connell and Ed. Welsh left Tuesday for Oklahoma. They expect to purchase land out there and make it their future home if thev find it a place worthy of investment. Frank Frosch Jr. leaves this week for Washington. P. H. Guhin was employed last week at Manitowoc marking diploma papers. The Maple Grove Literary society has adjourned until the opening of the next school year. The members have agreed to hold the regular annual ball on May 30th at Buckley's hall Maple Grove. G.i id music has been secured and exten sive preparations are*being made to make this a success. A pleasant even ing's enjoyment is in store for all who attend. All are invited. Pat Linnane and Miss May Gleason were Maple Grove visitors last week. OSHAN. John Hayes who has been at Milwau kee for the past few months under-going an operation returned home last week and is feeling well. Airs. 11.I 1 . Brady who has been visiting her daughter Mrs. J. E. Dollard of Me nasha for the past week returned hour, on Tuesday last. Henry Schneider of Sheboygan spent last Sunday with bis parents. James and Willie Morris of Manito woe spent last Sunday with their par ents Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Morris. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. lliiyes of Kan kauna who had been \ i iting friends and relations the past week returned to their home on Tuesday last. A social dance will he held at A. Wal terbachs, Friday May 34. KOSSUTH. A grand party was held at Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Vraney’s on Saturday last. Many of their friends were present and all had a glorious time. A farewell hall will be given by Jacob Svacina the twenty seventh of May. Adolph Herdina returned home from Medford last Tuesday for a few weeks vacation. Work on the roads has begun. George McKeough left for the north on Wednesday last. Miss AnnaSperl of Milwaukee visit ing with her parents last week. The Star Band has been engaged to furnish music at Frank Rubai's on Penticos Monday. Frank Roubal of Franklin and Mary Svacina of this place were united in tin holy bonds of matrimony on Wednesdaj last. The correspondent sends them congratulations. Mary Barta of Manitowoc spent a few days at home last week. REEDSVILLE. A number from here tripped the “fan tastic toe,'' at Coll us Saturday evening. We are going to have a grand cele bration here Memorial day. Will Link is now the owner of a game-cock. Any one having any fight ing rooster should give Link's a trial. James Meany was at Collins Satur day. Another saloon in the near future. A number from here attended the lectures at the (trove last week. Little Joe of Grimms and Paul Gosz were in our village Saturday. They came up to have there “lace curtains” cut. Our school will furnish four appli cants for the second grade certificate examination to be held at Manitowoc Saturday. Misses Sheahan. Watt and Kavanaugh were in our village on their wheels Saturday. J. C. Maertz is treating his store to a coat of paint. La Toilette's veto means no primary election law at the present. Where is the training school to be located is now the question. Reedsville ; is about the most centrally located con j venient place in the county and there fore we have hopes of getting it. Mr. and Mrs. L A. Busse spent Sim lay with relatives at Manitowoc. I J. E. Schulz is attending the session ' of the County board. We urc glad to bear that W. C Maertz has again been chosen Chairman of the County hoard. It shows that he does his duty and has many friends. This is his third term as chairman. M. M. Uuhin, our worthy jmdagogue. was at Manitowoc on business Monday. There are only about two weeks more of school Why not stay in school these two weeks, for there will he three long months vacation. The Village council held its meeting Monday evening. It was cal ltd to order by .T. C Maertz pres, pro tern. Minutes of the last meeting read and approved. SCHUETTE BROS. Goods For Graduation Purposes. We are now showing a magnificent assortment of all kinds of material suitable for graduation pur poses. Among these are first, White Goods, consist ing of French Lawns, Persian Lawns, Organdies, Swisses, Batiste, French Nainsook, Silk Mulls, Man seline du Soie, China Silks, etc. Also a splendid lot of Laces and Embroideries at prices that cannot fail to please you. White Gloves, Fans and Ribbons as well as every thing else, except shoes, that goes to make up a com plete outfit for the goods of 1901. Bo > s ’ Graduating Suits. A s in'Hr' " Om* new line of Summer fwm :W-#. y rf ;' \l' Clothing contains a fine as ' sort men t of youths’ hand- Jf A some suits for high school commencement days. FURNISHING GOODS for the purpose, such a Hats, Ties, Shirts, etc. are shown here in great varN ety and in the latest styles. A motion was made and carried to in form the chief of t:re department to have rubber boots kept at the station and not to be used for other purposes than tire. Motion by Rusch that a stun be placed in some consoicions place near th > dam bearing this warning. “Ten dollars fine for opening the door of dam." A motion was made by Rnsch providing for the purchase of 25 lbs of cotton waste. The same was carried. The following bills were allowed in full. Fred Bergman, scrubbing village jail 11.00. Otto Zander, committee cards 7be. A motion to adjourn was made and carried. Miss Flora Stelling entertained a tew lady friends Sunday afternoon. John Duggan was in our village Tuesday. He contemplates moving his family here when he starts bis mill. The M. W. A. held its meeting Tues day evening. David Jantz of Brilliou. is visiting here. UIBSON The Jambo Creek Dist. erected a bell on their schoolhonse lately. The Zander and Larrabee schools will close in about three weeks. The marriage of Albert Hasten and Emily Kobn will take place this week. Sheriff Burt transacted business here last week. Floyd Westgate, for many years one of the most prominent teachers of the county, came home from the Milwaukee Medical College a full fledged doctor. He has gone West to locate a place in which to practice. His family will remain here during the summer. G. Schultz has leased the Westgate farm for four years. He will take posses sion next fall. H. Heap will erect anew dwelling house. The dance at Larrabee last Sunday Horse and Cattle Fair. A Horse and Cattle Fair will b< held at VALUERS every last TL'ES DAY in the month. The first fail will be held <S== MAY 28, 1901,=*^ and everything has been done for th( comfort of man and beast. Buyer! and sellers are cordially invited t( attend. The Committee. was well attended. Residents of this town will partial pate in the Memorial day exercises a Mishicot next Sunday. The M W. A lodge has a number of members in tin town. Cooperstown will also celebrat Decoration day on May 30. TISCH MILLS. Miss Nannie Langenkamp is bom from Milwaukee. Messrs Valecka and Forst were a Manitowoc Monday. Mr. Forst ha accepted the agency for the Schriehari beer made vacant by Mr. Valecka' resignation. Joseph Stan gel, supervisor, is at Man itowoc on town business. Langenkamp’s dance was tip-top. Jake Mollada is sick. Wenzel Dolezal announces the arrival of a little democrat at his house. Daily average of milk at John's chees' factory is over 5000 lbs now. Joseph J. Stangel, formerly a ManitC woe pedagogue but now teaching a! Kewaunee, was here Sunday. Great preparations are being mad' for the reception of Bishop Messme* June IS. Big dance at Jos. Pencil's. Corpu ,Christi, June Oth, both afternoon an evening. Miss M. Hannan, daughter of Georg Karman. of Bolt, died of cousumptio Sunday. There was a fire in Jos. Fencil summer kitchen, and after great excita ment it was put out, damage about 2* cents. At a meeting of the Carlton an Mishicot town boards last Saturday, was decided to repair the bridge acros the E. Twin river, and to construct : new one next year. Louis Lumber (Continued on Page 5.)