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ALL OVER MANiTOWOC COUNTY.
PROCLAI fflO I! To wofkingmen ° f Ma||ii,)woc c° unt y: Our Semi-Annual Sale for Workingmen is in Progress at the WM. E. SEiBEL CLOTHING CO. Workingmen of the following institutions are requested to attend. I hose who do will have an opportunity to share in the greatest Value giving sale Manitowoc has ever known. ... . in i/.hnai.n iwil'n Jone* & Adam* f ’oal Cos SHiL ppp9fjj. Ht. pli. !) U-rtl-r Hrit k Mftnufa. turer Mi |it <iwnr IVf w f " li'iMiariulrnn Works Pj‘Kufm^ KUj " WMkl w'n.MlVt.-i-H1.1.-wuikH ’ ' Hinallv Mnt;^tiirinKCo winot';*C:“ tinK ’’ Ann Arbor TninsiiortJitmn <<• , , , i, m ... Murifr * Hutl'it r Uu. tU, T.-I.ph..n O. Tu ’' 1 M an, f Xtr, r i 11K r„ < M.tn.l Bhllwv(Vi N ’'; w "' t ‘‘ rn Knilway Cos S ISS® 5 * 1; ,T "" BlWrt lLto.o. (Twoßiven) THE Sli-ffIUJSL WORKINGMEN’S SALE is in progress at the WM. I:. SEIBEL CLOTHING COMPANY The Mothers and Wives of Workingmen Are invited to come. Please remember you are welcome, whether you buy or not. Price news is of vital importance to every buyer. Vital, because it tells of unprecedented chances, of opportunity after opportunity to supply present and future needs at prices that will save you nearly half. PI;AI) CARL! ILLY. WORKING,MI N’S WORKING CLOTHES AT MALI PRICIi. We believe that thin mill' will be without question the greatest money saving opjKirt unity over presented in workingmen's workingclothes. la , fur men union made heavy JVC Overall and Jump* n • pair guaranteed. Anew pair fur everyone that rips, tears or in not satisfactory. pa , for men's regular > 1 .no heavy DVC Kentucky .ban Pant- An w pair for every one that rips tears or ia not satisfactory. , for men heavy. 'lrony' and /VC lurahle J< made. Every pair guaranteed, n*g nlar ♦ I.Xf’ value, an , VoC wayaaohl everywhere and here at ♦ 1.50. 7(1 • i'/C shirts, every > ein doiihle sewed, re ductd from iHc. > f | J *C working -hirt (lW ■P r men heav> hla.nl.of 111 and *oC net / a , I) /C MIN’S Suits and Overcoats. Bargain*- extraordinary during fhe semi animal workingmen ’s sale, hut when wt add that all previon-; ef forts have heen eclipsed, we feel con fident of a large business It will pay yon to anticipate your wants Mi n •t \ !i- hOo . ..at and O i (ir all v ,td suits at 1 . /A f kids and Ends ami broken lines of well tailored overeoats in hlue hlaeks K' rseysand * ixfords. color- sold n-gii larly up to s'.< oo As the line is not ■ onll deli \m will . i them (S < j. - during this rah at <l'A Men'-swell suit-ami ovi i O/ •?* coats at OH. / A Odds and Kudu our regular ♦!<) and ♦B’.UO Suits ami • tvercoals. A SOCIAL INVITATION IS I \TI NDI I) TO Al l. I ARMIES THROUGHOUT Till COUNTY TO ATTI M) THIS SAN irp WM. E. SEIBEL CLOTHING CO., 107-IN N. Eighth Street, - - Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Suit* in great variety of nil wool materials inflii'lini< black ami blue. (Jvercoats made of all wool kerseys, Miltons an<) Viciin an, small lots nil goat the lowest price ever quoted for C*/ ’7” '!). i u Men's flue Suits mid Oo *7 " < ivereoatH at '/ile < Jililh and Knds of Overcoats made from the finest overcoatings in all the wanted styles and color ings in any length you may want, perfectly tailored. Hints of the finest imported and domestic fab rics in all wanted colorings and styles Not a soil in file line worth less than ? IH.Cn, many worth *l v - on at ;* /. I 0 MFIS’S TUOUSIRS. Men's regular 1 pants *7() . reduced to .. I 'C Men’s regular 1.. V) worsted no , Rants at /AC Men s regular .no eassimeiv hair line and worsted £ j i|i pants led need to.. Men' reg on ca imer. no tine worsted pants, p!*/0 Men h regular lt.no and I no fine wni ted and i'a imere c* y l " pants at .. . O"* • o Men’s finest ioo worsted O ) i " pants at 1 o WOKKINdMIN’S Furnishing (ioods Rl l)UCI:D TO M SS THAN MALI I’KICI. Iti gular li indigo blue Hand- V, kerchiefs now •)A. Kegnlar lie turkey red Hand > . kerchiefs now OL. Regular ' hein-i itched hand > w Mi n ri gular '.’Oc Suspend i| , ers now i IC Mens regular Hoe extra heavy strong and durable police, fire 1/ . lilt Men’s heavy all woo) Jackets the I ; kind reduced | |(| Men’s regular loc wihil hose n, VC Men's regular Hoc (t loves .. 19c Way Muffler.-Hoc grade | " , at I AC Men's fide cap- reduced ,19c BOVS’ CLOTHING. Every mother of a hoy in Manito woc should he interested in these special prices we put on Boys’ and < Children's Clothing. Come, and yon will see we do even more than we promised. Hoys' Reefers, odds and ends of heavy durable reefers with storm collars, the'.‘.oo kind P.ov- ( Tiincliilla and Mi-lton Keefers mill.-and end- in all color- Ql (jT wo'lh Hoo reduced to., . vl. *A Boys’ two piece Suits, odds and ends of our 150 and 111 -nits an reduced to ■ / oC Boys line knee pants suits in piece, tloiihle breasted styh s, some in ves teo style- all our regular O i a” HHO -nits a* v*• 7A MliN’S and HOYS’ WIMIiR UNDERWEAR w e sell more Men -and Boys' l 'n dt-rwear every year tlmn any other store in town would wo if they were not better and cheaper? What we have left of winter underwear goes at following prices. I Ho vs regular Hoc fleece lined Shirts and Brawers. what we have ii , lei t goes at MC i Bovs' regular H.V heavy lamb fleece 1 Dra w ■ i Men regular Hoc ,Ter-io ribbed in , Underwear reduced to ....Lf C Men's aOc h’y fleece lined Shirts and I trawers are reduced 29c Men's 1,0(1 line worsted Jersey rib ho,! Underwear reduced Men regular Ino natural wool /(j , I'lulcrwcar reduced to. 0 All onr l.'.’a wool I'mlcrwear oik , reduced to (YVC All our 1 Ml Underwear re- iio , duced to REEDVILLE Charles Sweeting of Manitowoc was in town on business Saturday. The sun’s rays of last week melted the snow and as a result wagons came to town instead of sleighs. Miss Winnie Meany, teacher of the lower department of Reedsville school, was awarded first prize at the oratorical contest at Grimms, Saturday, L. W. Ledvma, second and John Wilhelm, third. All acquitted themselves well and it was hard for Miss Brennan, M. M. Guhin anil Peter Linnane. who act-' ed as judges to decide how to award the prizes. At the last meeting of the M. W. A . t'*n new members were taken in. The camp now numbers sixty-three. Miss Laura Schulz entertained a. few friends Saturday evening. James Meany was at Cato Saturday. Will Cummings was in town Satur day. Wilf is one of Grimms popular young men. The meeting held at Grimms on Sat urday was well attended. Our teachers from the fifth and sixth grades were present. Fred Hagemann, one of the rising young men of this prosperous village, entertained a number of his friends iu honor of h's birthday Thursday even ing. lit solved by the teachers of the H. R. Section of the M. C. T. A. that we deep ly regret the illness of our county super intendent and that it is our earnest wish that he may soon be restored to health and be able to assume again the duties of his office. Resolved that a cop t)f these resolu tions be published in tue weekly papers of Manitowoc county. Stein, John Schreiber and Mich nane attended the lecture at i t ■)woe Monday, s P. Reineman entertained a few , ri >n f Monday evening. rf dda Zahn is visiting here. M. Guhin attended the lecture at Manitowoc Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Falge attended the crys tal wedding of Mr. and Mrs. McMullen Monday evening. Miss W. Meany was at Manitowoc Monday. Mich Natzke of Wayside left here for Pierce, Nebraska last Tuesday, where he intends investing in real estate. Aug Schley, of Marshfield, is visiting here this week. F. C. Maertz was a Green Bay busi ness caller last Wednesday. Rev. Reichert was a Manitowoc busi ness caller last Thursday. Aug. Schley was a caller at Manito woc a few days last week. Thomas Gleason of Manitowoc was a business caller here last Thursday. Art Reichert was a business caller at Pine Grove a few days last week. Albert Ehnert and Miss Ida Miethko of Milwaukee visited here at the form er's home last week returning there Monday. Miss Anna Prikop of Manitowoc was visiting her parents here last week. P. H Guhin,of Cato, was here visiting at his parent’s home a few days last week. A largv crowd from ber<* attended the teachers meeting at Grimms last Sat urday. W. A Maertz of Brilliou was visiting at his lioine here last Friday. Joe Wachtel of Two Rivers was a vis itor here last Saturday. 11, A. Krueger was a Manitowoc call er last Saturday. ('mo Mueller who has been laid up with a broken leg for the past tew months i- out and around again. Mrs. Ida Humph of Appleton is here visiting friends and relatives this week. Loui Boettcher, who was so seriously ill with appendicitis last week, is on the road to speedy recovery. W. <’ Maertz who has been attending the Supervising assessors’ meeting at Madi returned last Friday Will / egler of Maple Grove was seen on out streets lasi Sunday. Mis-, Emma Grimm. of Grimm spent Sunday here with friends. Messrs Dan and Ed Herzog and Frank Guse of Manitowoc Sundayed hen*. Miss Kate Doolan of Maple Grove, who is (• iching school near Collins. was seen here Sunday. Mrs. J Muuhall and Mrs. W. Kirby of Grimms were here Sunday visiting i with Mrs. Frank Kabat. John Hogan of Maple Grove was seen passing through here Monday onroute to Green Hay when' he will undergo an operation for appendicitis The Heeds* ville correspondent wishes Mr. Hogan success in his undertaking and hopes to soon s. e him out and about Reedsvilh again. Postoflice Inspector Bird was here Mondat to secure i dent Heat; on of the robbers who are supposed to have burg larized t in* postoflice here a few weeks ago. Me—rs Ang. Birkholz and Ed Maertz were Manitowoc business callers Mon day. Mr an 1 Mrs ('has. Hint/, are the hap py parents of a baby girl who arrived at their home Monday Mrs. Mary Steal and Mrs. Hose Peter ik of Manitowoc visited at Joseph Ka- hat’s Monday. Chas. McCulley of Manitowoc was in our city Monday. Jos. Rabat left for Green Bay Mon day where he intends to spend a few months with his bis sister of that place. Wm. and John Reinhold of Schles wig were here visiting relatives a few days this week. Miss Millie Rabat of Brillion called on friends and relatives here Monday. “Millie, why not stay a while, Eh‘t” Joseph Rabat was a Two Rivers visit i or Sunday. F. C. Gisch has moved his entire stock of hardware to Forest Jet., where he will continue the business. Success wished Mr. Gisch by all his friends here. The weather seems very summer-like at present and the young people here are consequently taking advantage of it. Tlie streets seem to be crowded every evening, and even many gate posts are being held down. W. F. Maertz left for Milwaukee Monday where he will seek employment. J. A. Hickok. formerly of this place but now of Embarass was seen passing through here enroute to his home at the latter place last Saturday. Miss Mayme Rabat was on the sick list this week. GIBSON. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sedlaceb, of West | Superior, left last Monday for their home. Mrs. Darius Peck and Anton Lefky are both on the sick list. Mike Goessel is busy hauling lumber for anew dwelling house which he con templates building next summer. A number of Gibson people attended the entertainment given by Chas. Skwor at Melnik on Washington’s birthday. CATO. Mrs. Bentley, of Chicago, is visitirg her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Davis. | Quite a few of the folks from here at tended the teachers’ meeting at Grimms Saturday. Mrs. Cooper was at Manitowoc Tues day. Mrs. Krohn visited her mother at Franklin one day last week. The Brunner Bros, sold their black smith shop and dwelling house to Mr. Augustine who will soon take up his residence here. The Brunner Bros, will be greatly missed in this vicinity. We all wish them success in the future. Hugh Halleron of Grimms was a cal ler at Cato Sunday. Raymond Attridge and sister Ella pi Clarks Mills attended church here Sun day. The funeral of Marvin Mason was held at Clarks Mills Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Rederus officiating. Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Harris who have been visiting at Brillion for the past week have returned home. Frank Lemberger returned from An tigo Friday. The Misses Mattie Savage and Saddle Logan Sundaved at Grimms. ; ° Chas. Reddin of Manitowoc visited his parents Sunday. Mrs. M. Savage was at Manitowoc one day last week. CiRiJVinS. Attorney Kelley of Manitowoc was in our burg Thursday on legal business. Hugh Halleron and J. W. Stransky attended the Henry Watterson lecture at Manitowoc Monday. Miss Nell O’Day returned from Chi cago Thursday. There is some talk of organizing a driving club in our village. Win. Radder of Sheboygan Falls is visiting his sister Mrs. Kay Frosch this week, Jake Nate was in Manitowoc Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hajek are rejoic ing over the arrival of a little girl. Mrs. John Tikalsky, of Brillion, is vis iting her mother, Mrs. Hajek. Washington's birthday was befitting ly observed at our school. Mr. Ledvina delivered Patrick Henry’s speech before congress. Mr. Wilhelm the Battle of Waterloo. The singing by children was very good. The surprise on Mr. and Mrs. John Hayden Sunday was very much enjoy ed. Miss Saddle Brennan rendered sev eral selections on the piano, while Pat Scanlon sang some of the latest songs. Mrs, Cummings and Mrs. H. Halleron visited at Kankanna Sunday. Mrs. P. Donahue of Antigo is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thoa. Malborough. Miss Sarah (deary leturned home hist Saturday after an extended visit at An tigo and Green Bay. Mr, Brown of Ashland tailed on ns Tuesday. Adolph Haese baa purchased a Hne (topper from Put Muuhall. Don't forget to attend the Farmers' institute at Cato this week. nAPLE GROVE. Tim Keehan sold his farm at Maple Grove to Martin IT. O'Nlel. Considera tion SSOOO. James Gubin of Enreka. South Dako ta, is visiting his old home in Maple Grove. Joe Linnane was in Manitowoc Tnes day. J P, Watt attended the lecture given Schuette Bros. Cos. ... .r-r- Early Spring Instead of Winter That seems to be about it as far as weather is concerned, such as we have enjoyed of late, and to conform to these conditions our stock is now being rapidly placed on a Spring Weather Footing. The Advance Guard of Spring Dress Goods, consisting mainly of cotton fabrics, is either here or enroute. A lot of beautiful Ginghams and White Goods has arrived, and also quite a number of Women’s Spring Suits. in our cloak department. All of the above will be followed by additional shipments already ordered. Should winter reappear, we have plenty of goods to keep you warm if necessary. Straw flatting. Carpet Dept. We just received a shipment of matting direct from Japan, by way of San Francisco, and are now showing a fine assortment at low prices. Schuette Bros. Cos. ~ K ERSCH ERBROST -: m . \U' can a'•mi iv' v<> best vat on the market, with all the latest improvements. It has the reinforced bottom and patent removable fire place or boiler. Material and workmanship is the best that money can buy. Call and see sample which will talk for itself. KERSCiiER BROS. Dealers in Hardware. 812 York Street, Manitowoc, Wis. FRANK PFEFFER. Dealer in all kinds of Furniture, Coffins, Caskets, Etc. Kellnersviile. Wisconsin Special attention given to undertaking and embalming. A good hearse at . the disposal of the public. Here are mv prices on a few articles:—Arm Rockers $1.75. Nurse s Rockers $1.50, Oak cane seat Chair 75c. Swell Front Dresser $lO, Center Tables $5 to $lO, Extension Dining Tables $4 to $l3. Bureaus of all kinds at all prices. by Watter.-on Monday night. Principal M. M. Guhln of Reedsville and liis debating class attended the lec ture on Lincoln at Manitowoc on Mon day night. Martin O’Connor and wife visited friends in Kaukanna Sunday. Ed Hanson and crew of Manitowoc, are decorating and frescoing the new pastoral residence at Maple Grove. Miss Sarah Hussey who has been seri ously ill in Chicago, we are pleased to an non fice, is convalescent. Miss Mamie Collins of Morrieontown, who is well known here, has earned the distinction of being the first woman to cross the new biidge in Milwaukee. The Sentinel of hist week gives the feat special mention accompanied with her photograph. Miss Collins has two brothers, Mich, and Tim, employed on the bridge. Thirteen cases of smallpox are re ported in town of Franklin. Maple Grove has been very lucky so far in es caping the dreaded disease. The Pilot has erred in locating a fra cas with threats of shooting at Maple Gr >ve. In this matter The Pilot has been persistent at all times in crediting the above village with more than its due of such cases, and we Maple Grove (County continued on page 5.)