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ALL OVER MANITOWOC COUNTY.
TISCH MILLS. The sudden rising of the river, caused by the heavy rain on Sunday night, re suited in the breaking of the mill dam. which could not resist the force of the vaet amount of water coming from the north ami down the river hanks, and joining the general stream. The dam gone, the water went on with a rush to continue its work of destruction. It swept away all the bridges and covered the surrounding lands, doing all the damage possible, such as carrying away fences, timbers and everything in its way. It is hoped that everything will be straightened out soon and new bridg es rebuilt, as it is an absolute necessity for the public nse. The dance at Pivonka’s last Thursday was a genuine success. Everyone re ported a good time. COuPERSTOWN. John Elmer has closed his school term in school District No. 4. and held closing exercises Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Cole, of (ireen Bay, visited friends at this place. Oscar, one of the training school students, spent Decoration day with his parents. Joe Yindra has erected anew barn with a stone stable beneath. Albert Dosing is visiting with his parents. Anton Krai and family siient a few davs with relatives at Nero. The Hall’s circus was well attended. Joseph Sladky of Manitowoc was a caller at Rosecrans Sunday. Miss Bertha Kivitek entertained a party of her many friends in honor of the anniversary of her birthday, Sun day. Eddie Cizsler of Chicago is visiting relatives here. Joseph Zaruba and Mary Podratsky were quietly married at Manitowoc Saturday. The ceremony was perform ed by Judge Hchenian. ZANDER. The rain did considerable damage to fences and bridges, in our neighbor hood, Mr. and Mrs H Langenkamp, Hr , of Tiseh Mills, were visiting at H Zanders Saturday. Hchanre s band passed through here Saturday on their way home from Cooperstown. Wm. Krenger who spent the past winter at Chicago came homo last week Aug Janke made h business trip to Tiseh Mills Monday. J.a- Krcme made a business trip to Manitowoc, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zanders, of Mishi cot, and Mrs. Herner, of Anfigo. were visiting at Zanders a few days last week. ('has. Koruely of Holt passed through here Saturday on his way home to Kingsbridge M. Fulton, of Kingsbridge, stopped here a few minutes on his way to Holt last Friday, W. If, Freund was at Tiseh Mills Saturday on business 0. Torrison Cos. SPECIAL MAY SALES. Those bargain opportunities that you find only here. India Linons, short lengths 6c and 9c per yard Lace Stripe I inens lie per yard Fancy French Ginghams 7c per yard Fancy Madras, 32 inches wide 9c per-yard Special Bargains in Laces. Dainty patterns for trimming underwear. Flat Val. Laces, 5 inches wide 7c per yard Torchon Laces, different widths 3c and 3c per yard Lancy Ribbons. One lot, different widths 3c per yard Fast black Sateen, short lengths 7c per yard Twill Shirtings, 31 inches wide 7c per >ard Turkey Ped Damask 23c per yard Furnishing Department Specials. One lot black socks, regular price Klc special 7c per pair or t pair for 25c. One lot Shield Bows, regular price 25c special 17c One lot men's all wool cashmere Pants, regular price 52-50 special $1.79 0. Torrison Company. QIBSON. A number of our farmers attended the cattle fair at Francis Creek last Mon day. The dance held at L.trrabee last Sun day was well attended. Jno. Strouf purchased another horse last week. The Larrabee and the French settle ment base ball teams are to play a matched game next Sunday at Mishicot. Mrs. A. Strouf was on the sick list last week. Anton Lepky left for Oshkosh last Thursday where ho intends to pay a short visit to his brother Frank. Anew iron bridge is to be built across he river in the future. JERPEN N. O. Nelson wears a big smile on his face now-a-days, a girl has come to stay. Mother and child are doing well. August Stockmyre is the proud father of a son born to them last week. Au gust thinks boys are all right. Rev. A. O. Alfson and daughter Lulu has returned from Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. M. CL Madson starts today for a three months' trip to Europe they will visit Norway and several other of the old countries. The Harmony society hold their social at James Griffin last Sunday eve ning and it was a grand success the society will hold their next meeting Saturday evening June 14th, at Mr. and Mrs. Ole Stephenson. The Ladies' society will hold their meeting at Mrs. K. Robley, Clarks Mills, next Thursday. Miss Orbena Madson who has taught the school near Elrn Grove will close Thursday. She has taught the school three terms and the district is well pleated to empty her again as she has proved to ho a competent teacher. Adam Kosmenske the Elm Grove butcher is busy now days supplying the the wants of his customers with choice meat, the beef trust dose not prevent us from getting our t>eef at a reasonable price. Mrs. Nickalous Nelson is very low and is not expeeted to live only a lew hours ut this writing, some two years ago she had the lagrippe and never ful ly.recovered, the discease settled in her kidneys and caused her to have blights disease. EAST WIN, August Sch wake and Miss Joule Him la. on Saturday May Jlst. were married. Tim vows were made before the Kcv. Deadlier at his home in Two Rivers. Miss Carrie Bishop left for Kaukanna last Thursday where she is visiting friends Cashner Young left for Colby, Win,, Monday to visit his mother who resides there. Mrs. Henry Herner, of Antigo, is visiting with her brother William Zander and family this week. Drs. C. W. Heehaseando C. Wern ecke, dentists. Parlors in Wernecke He Schmitz Block. tf, Ci Would Ydu knowingly bay nnol Ww grooorlB for your tableT flf How undnr the noil can bnlk coffee*—comtantly exposed MW to dirt and dust— he cloant / Lion Coffee M comes in sealed pound I packages only, thus in suring freshness,st. ength, flavor and uniformity. GRIMMS. Hugh Halleron and John Hayden drove to Hilbert Junction Monday to attend a horsesale. Quite a number of young folks from here attended the play addressed at Wayside Friday “The danger signal.” Willie Merrill, of Cato, was in our village Sunday. Miss Mary Pankratz, of Cato, is busy this week at Mrs. M. J. Watt. John Halleron relieved Charley Htrande at Reedville Sunday. Miss Nellie Larngan and Mrs. M. J. Watt were visiting with their sister Mrs. Win. Mullins, Forest Junction Tuesday. It looks as if every team in the county was hauling stone from the quarry here. B. Mullins cow and horse were killed by lightning last week. Mr and Mrs. Martin Carney drove to Manitowoc Sunday, Miss Ida Gosz, of highclift. visited with her cousin Helen Gosz last week. Miss Mamie Conley, of Rhinelander, is visiting with her uncle James liai son. Will Kirby is busy building on his new residence. Mr. Schultz, of Keedsville, will open his palm garden next Sunday. Eddie Watt, of Maple Grove, was here last week. The severe rain storm last week drowned twelve of Frank Ramakers geese last week. J J.Guhin, our pedagogue, announces a picnic to be given to hi i school chil dren Saturday June 7th. P. H, Gubin and Miss Lizzie Fitzgerald will attend with there flocks, all are invited to make the day meiry for the young sters. VALDIKS. M. H. Uarrey wlio Ims taught in the neighboring vicinity for the (met year, winning i reputation and many friends, is a candidate for county clerk at the fall election. It is certainly time for Liberty to have a Democrat in the Held. Should Mr. (iarrey procure the nomina tion he will without doubt have a strong Republican support from this quarter. Decoration Day here, was a grand success. A multitude of people assem bled and were addressed by John Healy. L. Nash, and Professor Hyer of the Training school. The young folks wound up the celebration in the evening with a dance in the hall. Misses Julia Thompson, Emma and Julia Mobley are home from Chicago on their summer vacation. Oscar Larson ami Willie Miller took a trip through here Decoration Day. ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY OF TRIMMED HATS. C The variety of styles, the richness of the color combinations, and the ar tistic beauty of the hats would dis tinguish them from the ordinary kind wherever seen. Then, too, the prices area strong attraction, for you can not find anywhere else in the city hats of equal style and value at our Sow figures. MRS. M. SIMON. MAPLE GROVE. John Duggan made a bueinesa visit to Oconto and Marinette last week. J. C. Linnane wuh a business caller at Manitowoc hist week. Jimmie Mullins who was seriously ill . is on the road to recovery. Dan Hheehy is all smiles at present. ! It's a hoy. Mrs. Martin O’Neil is visiting in Green Bay. Willie Morrissey sports anew buggy. P. H. Guhin, of Cato, spent Sunday in Maple Grove. Try Rand & Roomer Hard ward Co.’s plan of getting your Hardware at Wholesale Prices. bullion. Chas. Boettcher transacted business at Cato las t season. One half dozen of our firemen were Wayside callers last Sunday. Work on the house of Win. Mullins is , progressing fast. E, Q. Fuller was on the sick list a portion of last week. Chas. Ryan last Monday received a fine bantam from Pjshtigo. Frank Qehbe of Clarks Mills was in the city last week. David Boettcher of Reedsville is crit ically ill with appendicitis. W. A. Maertz left Wednesday for Medford on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs W. C. Wendt of Morris son were in the city last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Viskow attended the Beyer-Wendt wedding at Morrison. T’he case of Henry Stechert vs. Mrs. John Walters was decided in favor of defendant. John J. Mutnm has established a ci gar manufactory at Louis Mueller’s place at Reedsville. Rev. Schlei of Eaton took part in the laying of the cornei stone of the Luth eran church. Adolph Steinfest who has been work ing at Kaukanna during the spring months is at home at present. Invitations to attend the high school alumni banquet have been sent out by the secretary of that association. Chas. Brnss and Herman Buboltz are transacting business at Stevens Point and other northern points this week. State High School Inspector F. M. Jack of Madison was in the city last week on his tour of high school in spection. Philip Heinzen. proprietor of Hotel Columbia at lleedsville attended the wedding of a relative at St. Nazianz the fore part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. O C. Rebuke drove to Manitowoc last Friday taking with them Little Johnny who was shipped from Manitowoc to Milwaukee by boat. DOCTORS say "Consumption can bo cured.” Nature alone won’tdo it. It needs help. Doctors say “Scott's Emulsion Is the best help.” But you must continue Its use even in hot weather. If you have not tried it, send for free sample. SCOTT r TOWNS. Chemists, 400-415 I’earl Street, New York. 50c. and |i.oo; all druggist. SSI that burrows up the italp, making dandruff acurf, earning the hair to fail, and finally BALDNESS. Yen will have NO MORE DAN DRUPP. PALLING HAIR, or BALDNESS If you uis NSWBRO'S HERRICIDE The only Hair Preparation on thla absolutely new scientific principle. for tale by dniegiite. Price |L as M. KUHL & SON. Harness Manufacturers. Also dealers in Trunks and Traveling Bags. We have been in this business for fifty years and know that our prices may be compared to any in the city. We also do trunk repairing- and our prices are rig-lit. 811 OUAY ST., opposite Schuette’s Mill. 11 CTATE OF WISCONSIN, Ciucuit Court, Manitowoc Countv. Julia Boynton. Plaintiff, vs, Clarence W. Boynton. Defendant. The State of Wisconsin, to the said Defendant You are hereby summoned to sppear within twenty days after service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in tno Court aforesaid: and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will lie rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint. Ba •nsch & Kelley, Plaintiff's Attorneys. P O. Address Manitowoc, Manitowoc Coun ty, Wisconsin. Publish June 5, 12, li), 2d, July J. 10, Order your extras for anything made In the line of Hardware Tools. Stoves Furnaces, etc. For prompt service or der of The Rand & Roemer Hdw. Cos. Notice. Sorghum Syrup will be manufactured in the Cider Mill at St. Nazianz. For seed inquire at the general stores. SMALLEY CUTTERS OIK 1902 PLOW will soon be on the market and a very low price will be made on the first 100. SMALLEY MANUFACTURING CO. Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Schuette Bros. Cos. - - *%>=■ ; Grocery Department. Towel Brand Patent Flour. Ground from Minnesota hard wheat by the Oriental Mills is guaranteed to be of the very best quality. The sacks are made of toweling and are therefore of more value than common cotton sacks. Ask for TOWEL BRAND PATENT per sack GLOVE COUNTER. A Splendid Bargain in Gloves. We bought 25 dozen SILK and LISLE GLOVES much below 'lQ r value, and are enabled to offer them at the low price of ZOC These gloves come in white, black, and different shades of mode and slate. They consist of plain Silk Taffetas, plain Lisle and •ace Lisle gloves, and are worth up to 50 cents a pair. PARASOLS. A large and beautiful stock of Coaching and Fancy Parasols, including all the latest creations in Black, Black and White, Linen and colored materials, has been opened and made ready for your inspection. = . ——- ■- 1 - Schuette Bros. Cos. They settle— The Chicago & N. W. R, R, have settled with the Franklin I street property owners, whose property i was damaged by the track being laid i along the street. Memorial Day Observed— Memorial Day exercises last Friday passed off successfully. [ The great sale on Shoes at Burt and Stahl’s, York street, has been extended. Says he Is a Bankrupt—Q. W. I Jonas, late partner of Chas. Salak, Jr., has asked the Federal courts to declare him a bankrupt. His liabilities are $4,000, and his assets nil. Met with an Accident— Joseph Kirs cher was thrown from a Rand & Roemer wagon on Wednesday and somewhat injured. The accident occurred on Jay street. Dr. Ernst Seeger Dentist over Boston store and V .ter Green's, N. Bth St. Rand & Roemer Hardware Co’s plan of Selling Hardware at Wholesale Prices is the talk of the town. Try them. V kby Low Rates To Stevens Point. For the annual State G. A. R. En campment the W. C. R’y., will sell Ex cursion Tickets to Stevens Point and re turn at one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale June 11th to 13th good to return up to and including June 14th. W S. Vandegrift, Tkt. Agt. Very Low Rates to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Portland and Return, Via the North-Western Line. Tickets will be sold until June 8, inclusive, lim ited (by extension) to return within six ty (60) days, on account of various gath erings. Through Drawing Room and Observation Private Compartment Sleeping Cars and Tourist Sleeping Cars daily. Personally conducted twice a week. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern Ry. juns