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CENTERVILLE On Thursday, May HO, Miss Lena Sbulte leaves here fur an extended trip through Europe. On her way to New York she expects to make short stops at Milwaukee Chicago and take in the Exposition at Buffalo. At New Vork she intends to stay a few days and take the steamer about June. After visiting the home of her parents at VV estphalia she intends visiting the important and interesting places of Europe, including Paris. Berlin. Switzerland, Site has not determined how long she will he away and mav decide to continue the trip and and complete the journey around the world. Miss Schulte has had quite nu experience in travelling. Last year she made a trip through < 'alifornia and the Western Slates. The Centerville (fermania band turn ed out last Sunday evening prominad ing to the Schulte home, where they ■eranaded Miss Lena prim to her trip to Europe. A large numlier of her Centerville friends j lined the circle and a most enjoyable time was had in h • strnmental and vocal entertaining and as the guests retired at a late hour all wished Mis-, Shultc a ph-asant and pro perous voyage and a desire for her sab* return to meet again This night will will long lie remembered not only by those that joined the party but by the surrounding lovers of music as for mil' s it was heard through the silent night Wm. Boermke moved Tuesday into the house that used to he the old home some years ago. He Im lately sold his saloon to lingo Schurrer La“t Saturday evening a number of people gathered at the home of Mr. aid Mrs. ( has Leonhardt to help them celebrate the fifteenth anniversary < f their wedding Jos, Prowirisky made a trip to Mani towoc Sunday. Asa result heis a little indisposed. The trouble is in the cnee) however, not in the heart. Miss Anna Kestly visited at Manito woc a few days this week. .Miss Ida Kotin made a short visit at her home here last, week on her wav bock to Milwaukee from ( hilton win te she had lieen to attend the funeral of a relative She expects to return home soon. Emil Gart/.ke of (lartzke Bros . Brew Cos i expected to return Wednesday from Milwaukee where he has been for the past four months taking a course in a brewers'school. Now for something extra fine. Keune Bros , shipped a carload of flour to Cleveland, *) Tuesday. Strutt man n Bros, have been selling a large number of carriage- and top-hug gies lately. The new barn of Mike Krause raise I last week, is rapidly nearing completion. Decoration Day will lie quietly olisen ed here. The graves of the soldiers will lie decorated by the surviving veteran The village school will close on Thnrs day. June i; The pupils will carry out a programme of recitations in the -after no hi Parents should attend and in that way show the teacher and pupils the in terest which they certainly do feel in the welfare of their school The Centerville hoys played hall In In Sunday, the first time for the seasi n ! They played the Cleveland nine and easily debated them, but there Went sore joints the next day. And now our burlier is out on a strike Tue young men had better try to rein b some agreement with him for the season of picnics is at hand and his services will be found indispensable A ti'-w bridge is to be built across tie- Centerville creek near the lake. A col tract for an iron bridge hits been mad with tin- Wisconsin Iron and Bridge Cos of Milwaukee We nope the board, in determining upon the kind of bridge, did not forget the future den-lopim-ntof our village and tin possibility of n bar j lior. Congratulations Will, on the honornf lieing godfather WHIT I-LAW. I(ev Mie k spent Monday and Tuesday in ( link- Mills A nutubei from lure attended the Fushel and St-ge] wedding at Liberty Miss Clara Vogel returned to Munito woe after . pending a lev. weeks with i hi r pu.ents here Tue Whiteluw band fern shed music j at th< diit.ee ;rt lb t* Monday even Dg. I Miss Nell Lunghlin closeil -choid on Friday with a picnic < iwing to the Weather the picnic whten W.e be held in Koepj s drove was he and at the school grounds hut despite a’l uno.venience ft large crowd attended. A well pre pared programme was rendered, thepriu cipal feature of which w i- an address by Vitus Wiegert CATO. W Murphy sjs nt a few days in Mani tOWOC this Week. Mi> Dr <) ('oiiin ll and Miss Mary Wei derman made a trip to Manitowoc la-1 Tuesday. Dr I M Cory and wife of Kellners- Mile Visited our village tills Week The ilaiice given m the Social club tall la-t Friday night was a success in •rv*-n way over eighty couples partici paling Mr* Hamm of < ir.-eiileaf is a guest at the home of Henry Davis. Mrs. S. Wright of Chicago is -visiting here with her nephew. Gene Harris. Mr. Langston of Lansing, Mich., also visits '.v-ith Mr Harris. Johnie Morrisey of Maple Grove pass ed through our burg Tuesday Miss Etta Soper of this place and Ed ward Erickson of ClarksMills were unit ed in marriage here Wednesday at the Presbyterian church. Dr. G A. Gehbe visited at Cato one day last week. I)■ Gehbe is a graduate ot tar- Chicago Dental college, and is temporarily located at his home in Clarks Mills where he enjoys quite a practice. OSfIAN. Miss Lizzie Peppard who has lieen teaching at Ncwtun closed a successful term of school lust Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. John Gallagher of Manitowoc sjient Monday with relative John Conway and Agnes McCarty who have been visiting relatives in Meeme returned to Green Bay on Sat urday last. Mr. Heyde ami Mrs. Schulte of New btrrg were the gusts of Rev. ,T. E. Heyde the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs, Anton Karnofsky of Manitowoc attended the dance at < Isinan last Friday. ROSECRANS. The Peiitieost dance given by M K\i- i tek and son was well nttei ded. Willie Zeinan and F. W. Zeiimn are visiting tin- village ijuite often. Tin* reason is well known. N. S Keenan while-awing wood for J /ennui was very much disappointed when he discovered that tire Ilium! -r and lightning had struck his saw and damaged it to the extent of •■"tSo.llO. F. M Herald of Rief was in our town last week on husim-s. He also visited friends. Mark J Hanna is busy trading bi cycle- He traded alxiiit four wheels since Sunday. < >nr village girls are now afraid to go out nights. They say there are tramps around. Iv .1 Zeman and partner attendeil | Kvitek s dance and rejuirt a good time, , Since John Fagan learned to ride his new wheel is seen at the Corners quite often. sr wlndll. < >nr tailor ('ai l Bergner has retnrm '1 from California. His health seems to l>e better He is willing, however, to j ell his store with all his goods,ami (la n return hai k to ('alifornia with his fai .- ily because it better suit his health. John Klein celebrated his J. ml birth day. Twenty one of his friends an ! neighbors took part in it. They drank two kegs of beer, and at Id o'clock had a nice supper. < )ur well known mason Albert Nennig is crowded with work. ll*- i.-t looking for three or four good stone mason* who can work for the whole summer. Lust Saturday u hi*? erowil snrprizi I Miss Mary S*-lmiilt Frank Anal* a cousin of Miss M. Schmidt who w irk ing in Slmhoyg 01 a, ■ > eatert lined the party and brought along many friend-, they all enjoye<l tln-msi-Ivs well ;m<l | had a good I line Joint Fox who has hceii in a hospital at Sheboygan hue returned home with (food health. (inst Zill and hi* daughter Alice were pleasantly surprised last Sunday the oc casion Iwing their birthday All had a. good time. Alfred, a son of Pominic Wagner while playing with other children fell from a small wagon and broke his arm (iKI'IMS. Prank Kratclm ol Manitowoc repaired local telephones hero VV- dm -day Mich It* nshaovel and t ieo. < losz drove to i k|o Sunday. It lli'own of < tshkush made the hoy- happy I hnrsday hy his presents. Itaschall team being organized here la ' week with Paul (dosz as captain and n mager Trot out your nines now. | <'ra ker.jiM'k may have a goisl start in p-etre tint his riddles are chestnuts. Miss Mute Ila and < ora Pro- h of Way , HUMPHREYS 7 Witch Hazel Oil tin: ointment. Uik3 Application Gives Relief. It cures Piles or Hemorrhoids Fxternal or Internal, Itlind or Bleeding, Iti king or Burning, 1 insures and 1 itulu. Relict im mediate- cure certain. It cures Burns and Scalds. The relief Instant. It cun • Inflamed or Caked Breasts and Sore Nipple*. Invaluable. It iurc Palt Rheum, Tetters, Scurfy l.rnptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters, Sore Ups 01 Nostrils. Corns, Bunions, Sore and ( luted feet. Stings of insects. Mosquito Bit' -and Sunburns. Throe Hizcm, 25c., BOe. and SI.OO Hold Oy Druggists, or sent pfe-pid on r eceipt of pries. HUMPHREYS’ MED. CO., e Cur. W 111 tain A John Hl*. !\E\X tOUh, side art* visiting with Mr-. Hay Frosch i this week. Matt, and Michael Benshaovel have i purchased a driving horse with full out- | tit from Kay Frosch. Messrs Spioke and Schmidt of Maui , to woe have taken the contract to paint buildings for John Hayden. John wants to lie up-to-date. John Halron has returned from Ash land Thursday and again departed for Kaukauna Monday to work as night operator. Sunday night an old ban. of Win. Kirby was set on tire, cause unknown. I Loss Jfjno, No insurance. | Adolf Haese speeded his horse to Manitowoc Monday. Dennis Healy of Manitowoc passe 1 through our berg Monday. Anyone wishing a few points in hors -. ! manship better engage Tlios. Kirby 1> r i tutor. J. Klnck and Miss Katie O'Brien have returned to Chicago Thursday after a week s visit v ith relatives. Grimms was well represented at ti e Cato social hall Friday. All had a jolly time. Kay Frosch was a Manitowoc caller Saturday. KELLNERSVILLE. Anton Haniernik of Manitowoc is now canvassing this country. He is travel- j ingforlhe McCormick Harvesting Cos Emil Kadey was at Manitowoc on Saturday. A large party of young folks from this vicinity attended the celelebratioii at Mishicot last,Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I Gressel of Algonia are | visiting with their daughter Mrs. Jl. j Kellner. J. C. Kellner attended the fair at j Kellnersville lust Monday. The fair ‘it Kellnersville was largely attended hist Monday. Get your mowers now from M. Ki li ner & Sons. They just received a car load. REEUSVILLE. T. If. Meany was a Manitowoc call r , Friday. Mr. and Mrs, John Will of Sheboygan spent part of their honeymoon here , s the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bt-r maim. r I here wasa special meeting of tl - village council Friday evening. Miss Hannah Schwartz, John Conno:- Will Coon* y and Erwin Cary took r > [the examination at Manitowoc Sa: | urday. ; Miss la-ola spent Saturday and Su..- day with relatives at Manitowoc. Ben Ford took in the dance tit Cat ) Friday evening. The dance at Beck's Saturday even ing was well attended. John Duggan will move hen- in a short while and then will commence building the mill. A few people from here attended th - dance at Kubah- s Mo-way evening. James Meany w-s at Manitowo ■ Fri day on busim ss. H F. Schultz our accommodating store keeper has a full line of fine sum mer hats. Many of the Reedsvilliles feel disap pointed since Manitowoc wi.s selected to have the training school instead of our village. We may have it u -\t if it is not a success at Manitowoc. TISCH MU.I S. After long and careful consideration,, Wenzel Vanda decided to get married Miss A llolec is the chosen one. The scril** joins in the congratulations. Mr Voracek and Miss Sipple will likewise do the act elegant. Miss Annie Schleis is home from Chi cago. Many were at Mishicot helping to DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? KUncy Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the news pap is is sure to know of the wonderful , g •>* Kilmer's Swamp-Root, 8 the great kidney, liver L ,J J'A a r>d bladder remedy. *1 Ji’ / I* is the groat medl . OV p N ra ! triumph of the nine ■ 'CI \ 1 teenth century: ais- t — L\_ 1 1 covered after years of f / h s- tcntific research by j if" 1 Dr. Kilmer, tho erni _ nent kidney and blad- der specialist, and is v, ndrrfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou ble an 1 bright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Swamp-Root ommended for everything but if you have kid ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need, it has been tested In so many ways. In hospital work, tn private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur chase, relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It, may have a ■ ample bottle sent free by mall, also a book telling more about Swamp-Root and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. Wh-n writing mention reading this generous o(f-r In this paper and f' V"C_ s-:il your address to lltC!?P=a. L r. Kilmer & : if h*mton, N. Y. The regular fitly cent and dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. celebrate D *coration day. Jos. Zahorik was painfully injured while sawing wood. Wenzel Schauer raised his new house last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cisler of Pilson saw us Sunday. Miss Emma Eggert's closed school last week after a very successful year s work. Sle will leave for Chicago in the near future. Cement walk is now a credit to the community. The party at H. Pentzien's was a suc cess in every respect. (iREENSTREET. Pauline and Ernest Kotick were at | Mishicot last Sunday to witness the Memorial Day exercises. The engagment of Martin Kviteh and Anna Albrecht has been made public. The work on the roads has commenc ed and some good work is being done. The Greenstreet Entertainment club ; will assist in the Memorial day exercis j es at the Mirabel (laves hotel, today. TAUS. Miss Annie Boehm of Seymour, Wis.. is visiting a her uncle Max Boehm. Elmer Srlm ter of Manitowc attended the school picnic. Some Tan- < vs are t ruing into pro fessional bronco trainers. J. F. Engelhrecht is around selling machinery. ZANDER. Mrs. J. Lunmeh from Antigo has come to spend the remainder of her days with her daughter Mrs. Frank Spivacek. The dance here Monday evening was well attended and all reported a good time was had. F. SpevHc k returned from Antigo Monday. James Holly received another load of huggie- last Saturday. Frank Kerck is building an ad dition to his granary It seems last years crop was to large for the old building. Our teacher Miss E. Banqniot took a trip to town Sal unlay. F. Dedwill will have a shingle bee on his barn some time in the near future. A large number of our young people celebrated decoration day at Mishicot la.-t Sunday. Zander i- to have a camp of Modern Woodmen (’has. Kehhein is building an addition to his house The frame work on the house of Mr. 1 lolly is m arly finished. CLARKS MILLS. I The welding of Miss Lena Tn shell of Libert , -and George Seigl took place on Monday. Mrs. Frctner and family of Milwau kee tin-the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Juu. Miller. Joe Srauske and Jno. Halleran of Grinmis spent -Sunday at Chirks Mills. The Rev. Mr. Mack of Whiielaw and the Rev Mr. Cipion of Reedsville as sisted the Rev. Mr. Ulhvich mi Monday and Tuesday. Tin- wedding dance at Licsts, Wed nesday was largely attended. The marriage of Miss Etta Sopeu of ('ato it nil Ed. Erickson of this place took place -in Wednesday at Cato A large number of people from hero attended the celebration at \ alders on Memorial Day. Mi— Ida Olson returned borne on Sat urday after an extended visit with friends and relatives in Manitowoc- and Sheboygan. Hugh Savage and Bill Mtmhall of ('ato were seen here Sunday. Tin- Rev. Mr Alfsou of .Terpen con ducted services on Sunday. COOPER STOW N. John Endress has returned home from the north. He will rim lus farm this seasi ii A purtv was held at August Kolmit last Sunday. Enmia Elmer has returned home, from Manitowoc where sh>- has been visiting. A nnmlior of our young tern-hen hav,, attended the second grade examination 111 I. NORTHKKM WISCONSIN HAH. W \Y LANDS I Oft SA LK Tie North Western Line has for sale in N t hern Wisconsin, at low prices and eus\ terms of payment, about 850,000. of choice farm lands. Fatly buyers will secure the advan t; i■ of locations on the many beautiful sti'..ins and lakes, which abound with fi-h end furnish a never ending and most ex.- He it water supply, both fur family use Hiul.for stock. Lnmi is generally well timbered, the soil fertile and easy to cultivate, and tin i- rapidly developing into one of the gn nlest sheep and cattle raising regions in tin- Northwest. Chicago Milwaukee. St. Paul, Minne apolis. Duluth, Supetior. Ashland and other towns on ""The North Western Line furnish good markets for stock and farm produce. For further partic ulars address: Geo. W.- Bell land com inisioner Hudson. Wis..ort.L H. Mcßae, Assistant General IV • eager Agent, St. Paul Minn. juu27. at Manitowoc last Saturday. Miss Martha Nernz of Green Bay was visiting her parents last week. Charles Etzler Jr. had the pleasure of having his school visitedby a number of young ladies, last Monday. Oscar Drews has been visiting at Two Rivers. Mr. Warnish states that he saw ice on water last Sunday at 4 A. M. Change of employment is as good is rest so thinks Eddie Elmer at least. Mr. Skwor of Melnik was seen in onr village last Friday evening. Mr. SchadetheGreenstreet pedagogue, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Etzler. Claus. Fisher thinks a bicycle is a nice thing to own. Misses Rahr and Engelbrecht of Man itowoc, and Mrs. Krivanek of Green Bay visited with friends and relatives. Our Eugene was not seen in the vil lage. At Casco most likely. A number of the young people of Cooperstown attended the dance at Zander’s last Monday evening and all reported having an enjoyable time. John Sestalr, of Southern Coopertown is at work drilling a well on the prem ises of the Cooperstown Cluese co. The celebration at Mishicot last Sun day was participated in by a number of Cooperstown people. MISHICOT. j John Roeiner and wife spent Monday I in <mr burg. Mrs. Oswald of Two Rivers is visitin';.? j with her son here. Will Knickrehm of Rhinelander is home for a short stay. Mrs. J. Graas of Sturgeon Bay is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wagoner. Attorney Chloupek has gone to Lei. a * )couto and northern points on bnsines . Miss Alma Wesenberg 1 ft for Chic, go on Monday after a short stay here. Mrs. Wm. Breummer of Two Rivers i • visiting relatives here. Miss Annie Schimmel entertained a I party of her friends Saturday evening. Emil Bantz and wife and Mrs. I'. Rohde of Kewaunee returned horn • Tuesday after a visit with relatives hen Mrs, David Niquette of Sheboygan is tho guest of friends here. The wedding of Chas. Ringmeier an 1 Annie Benesch was solemnized at th • ('atholic church, Tuesday forenoon. Mrs. Bruno Mueller of Manitowoc is making a short stay with friends here. Mrs. L. Runge is in Kewaunee for visit. (tus Halverson returned home Satir day from his trip through the souther i part of the state. TWO RIVERS. The schooner Little Georgia, lumbt laden from Manitowoc, and which w. - confined to the Pfister estate of Tv > Creeks, five miles north of here, was moored to the pier at Two Creeks an I broke from her mooring and was va ried upon the beach. The schooner was discharging its cargo when a sudden swift northeaster struck her and tic pier running into the open lake offered no protection. The crew endeavored t > unload as much as possible when an attempt was to have been made to se cure anchorage in the bay. The boat however, broke from its moorings b< fore this could be accomj lished. Tin captain of the vessel was Fred Knops who with his men had a narrow escap from drowning There is a heavy win. and it is feared the boat will becom a total wreck. Farmers are looking more cheerfn. since the recent rains. Mrs. Or. Cadwell of Ottowa, Illinois, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Aby The Twin River Band has recently been provided with handsome new uniforms. Sebestian Bold us and wife came down from Escanaba last Friday to visit friends and relatives. Ed. Niquette has a little daughter af his home. Lawrence Karkow had one of hi hands badly crippled tho other day. Chas. Schultz spent most of last weel across the lake in Michigan pu: chasing cordwood for his firm. J. A. Qeimer took down his famih I registered last Saturday and made i. ' new entry. A fine fat hoy wanted to be listed. Anton anil Peter Smongeske left las Thursday for Green Bay. Henry Mann. Jr. of Chicago was in New and Improved Service to St Paul and fTlnneapolis Via the North-Western Line. To fur ther accomodate its many patrons en route to the "Twin Cities" from points north of Milwaukee, the Chicago North-Western R'y now runs a Free He (■lining Chair Car on the evening train Milwaukee, Via Fond du Lac, connect ing at Appleton Jet. with train leaving Manitowoc at 4:20 F. M., connecting with train leaving Appleton Jet. 10:25 P. M. arriving at St. Paul and Minne apolisVarly the next morning, and con necting atJMerrillan with aimilary eqn iped train for Duluth and the Snjieriors. Like service southbound. This in addi tion to the Pullman Sleeping Cars which are run on the same trains daily bet ween Foil du Lac and Minneapolis. Apply to agents Chicago and North-Western. SCHUETTE BROS. == - -a. . DERBY DAY “Manitowoc Driving and Riding Club” Takes place TUESDAY, JUNE 4th. The ladies who will participate in the street par ade and then attend the races, may want to make special preparations for this matinee in the way of dress, and we simply want to remind them of the fact that our stock is in fine condition to supply any thing; they may find themselves in need of to com plete their stylish attire, such as Suits, Skirts, Waists, Parasols, Millinery, Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Neckwear, etc.—all of latest fashions. the Gentlemen— We have nobby Suits, Hats, Ties, Handkerchiefs and Furnishing Goods of all kinds--anything to aid them to look as “SWELL” as the approaching social event is justified in calling for. Of course our object was to call attention to the matinee, but on second thought it occurred to us that it might be well, at the same time, to remind those interested to be prepared. .Two Divers la-t Wednesday looking I over the plant of the Two Rivers Manu facturin': company, with which he is | connected. I C. Spretiger and August Neuman of | of the Sonthside went toSeymour, Wis., last Satnrdav. TL city is provided with two good bands. Win. Knickrehm of Mishicot returned i front Rhinelander last Wednesday. Henry Lafoud is having a now resi dence built on the Eastside. Jos E. Gagnon is putting iu Ids spare - time painting signs, at which he is de veloping c msiderable taste and skill The Kewaunee high school base ball team are to play will our 'high school team on the grounds in this city next Saturday. Between Chicago and Davenport. Arrangements have been made with the Davenport, Rock Island & North western railroad, whereby standard first class coaches are now run between Chi cago and Davenport and Rock Island, leaving Chicago at 10:00 a.cm.,-arriving in Davenport at 3:30 p. m., Rock Island ; at 2:40 p- m. and, returning, leaving Rock Island at 3:25 p. m., Davenport j 3:45 p. in., arriving in Chicago at M:80 [ p. m. I Sprinkle a little salt of economy on the j tail of riches and they will uotliy away. | A CAB l We, the undersigned, do hereby agree | to refund the money on a 50-cent lx ittle i of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar if it' fails to cure your cough or cold. We also j guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove sat sfactory or money refunded. Chas. A. Groffman, Henry Hinrichs. If all a man’s weak spots were visible you would think he had the measles. ACM E S3O Wheel For $2.150 Comes in a beautiful shade of blue and has good tires, best padded saddle and one piece crank hanger, in fact a regular 538.00 bicycle but is sold at $23.50. P. E C E CUSHION FRA£K CHAINLfSS Mak e S . /K The Pierce bicycle, noted \ tor ' ts eas -V ri(lin £ qualities, if If V \\ is proving very popular as a \V yJr A. J) tf reat number have been sold. They come with the new cushion frame which makes wheeling very comfortable for both ladies and gents. MANITOWOC CYCLE WORKS. York Street betw Bth and yth Manitowoc, Wis NORTHERN WISCONSIN DEVELOP-! MEM. That rapidly developing territorry which occupies the northern halt of W isconsin is not new enough to cause the hardships and vicissitudes of fron tier life, and not old enough to keep away the intending 'settler on acconntj of ezhorbitant land prices. It is in that 1, stage of partial development which gives' great opportunity to bring it to the high est point of perfection and prosperity, j Schools good roads and other improve* | meats are going in. All that is needed, is a small capital. Brawn and brain,, supplemented by push and energy will do the rest. The iron ore, marl, kaolin and clay beds, the timber and the rich soil,'give equal opportunity to the settl-l er and the manufacturer. Land is cheap! and can be purchased on easy terms. THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL KY. offets facilities for the quick and cheaps transpoatatiou of its products and as the; line penetrates the very center of this vast northern territory, choice of loca tion is not confined to any one particu lar locality. Interesting pamphlets and maps fully describing this oeautiful and rich country can be obtained by address- , ing, W. H. Killen, Land and Industrial Commissioner, Burton Johnson, Jac. C. Pond, G. F. A. Gen. Pass. Agent. Colby & Abbot Bldg.. Milwaukee. Wis. OLD SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE. M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of Winchester, Ind.,writes: "My wife was sick a long time in spite of good doctor’s treatment, but was wholly cured by Dr, King's New Life Pills, which worked wonders for her heath. '* They always do. Try them. Only 35c at Henry Hinrichs. The stroke of lightning that spares the rod spoils thejhouse.