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SOME DOINGS IN
THE SOCIAL LIFE
OF MANITOWOC.
Miss Emma Brey who hss been in
Chicago, has returned home.
Mrs. Otto Vollendorf who has been
it Marion, has returned to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Koch and Mrs.
Edward Thomas and daughter Lorine
>f Berlin, are guests at the home of
Charles Groff man.
John Topic has returned from Chicago
accompanied by his sister Mrs. Joseph
Weber of that city, who will remain for
a visit.
Mrs. August Pohl has returned from
a visit spent at Milwaukee with friends.
Miss Margaret Hart has returned to
Chicago, after a short stay here.
Francisco Mulinero one of the “fresh
air children" of Chicago, who has
been at the home of W. W. De
Lano the past mouth, returned to her
home Saturday.
A. J. Rummele and Louis Kunz have
returned from a fishing trip at Manito
wi-di. The latter secured a :t4 pound
muskallonge.
Miss Josie Johnson has returned from
a visit at Chicago.
D. C. Woodford of Rat ine visited here
Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. Banzhaf, together with
the doctor's mother and “Gsorgie" are
now occupying their beautiful home 608
Galena street, Milwaukee. The doctor
moved his family to Milwaukee the
early parfof last week.
A successful dance was given by the
young society folks at the Opera House
last Friday night.
Miss. Blanche Kirwan and Miss Pearl
Smart reached home last Saturday even
ing after a three week's vaca.ion, sj>ent
at Pelican Lake, Antigo and Kaukauna.
Mrs. Oscar Alter leaves for Milwau
kee this week to visit Mrs. 11. L. Bauz
haf.
Mrs. Frank P. Jones is visiting in
Chicago for the next couple of weeks.
M. H. and Mrs. Murphy leave for
New York the Kith of this mouth to take
up their residence in the metropolis of
the United Srates. Clement Murphy,
the youngest son goes along and he will
enter the Jesuit College of St. John's
Fordham. It is the intention of Mr.
and Mrs. Murphy to spend next Christ
mas in Manitowoc.
Miss. Lillinn White of Antigo is here
visiting her uncle, Gus. Fehrs. Several
parties are proposed in her honor.
Miss Edna Fellows returned to Mil
waukee after a visit here last week.
Miss Gig* Salak is at Racine.
Miss Helen Maione who has l>een
visiting at the home of G, A. Alexander
has returned to Chicago.
Reinhardt Rahr Jr., has returned to
Milwaukee to resume his studies at the
East Side high school.
Mrs. F. P. Jones and son George are
at Milwaukee this week.
Dr. George Torrison and wife who
have been visiting in the city returned
to their Lome at Chicago Monday.
Mrs. James Morris who has been at
Menominee visiting her mother return
ed home Sunday.
Miss Emma Schwaudt of Appl< ton is
visiting in the city.
Max and Neils Rahr left Monday
morning to resume their studies at the
University of Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Endress sj>ent a
few days at Kaukauna with Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Vilas.
Julius and Mrs. Linds tod t are limbing
at Maaitowish. They are expected home
this evening or tomorrow.
Joseph Vilas has been in Chicago.
George Jones has gene to Chicago for
several weeks.
REAL ESTATE.
Real Estate Transfers since August
35th, 1903. as reported by the Manito
woc County Abstract Cos.
Herman Heinke and Anca his wife to
Henry Schwaubl part of SE 4 8W 4 and
S :t0 A. of SW i SE i and SE 4 SE 4 ard
S 10 A. of NE 4 NE 4 all in sec 33, town
of Cooperstown containing 118 A.,
$9OOO.
Ernst Zim’inenuann et al to Carolina
Ziinineruiann lot 9 blk 38 City of Two
Rivers, $l.
Tilla M. Torrison & husband to Geo.
A Torrison lots 35 30 and 37 of A. VV.
Huals subdiv of lots 10 and 11 of E.
Jones’s subdiv of S 1 NE 4 of sec 19 T.
19 R 34, town of Manitowoc sl.
Poter Gagnon to Jacob Geimer, lot 5
blk 9 city of Two Rivers, $ UN).
John Zander & wife to Anna Kralo
witz part of the N 1 SE 4 SE 4 contain
ing 7 acres sec 4 town Gibson, $49(1.
Fred Kroeger & wife to Charles
Wascher part of lot 3, in subdiv of Gov
ernment lot sin sec 1 town of Manito
woc, $lBOO.
Anna Stockmeyer et al to The Hamil
ton Mfg Cos. S 50 ft of lota 5 and 0 blk
55, city of Two Rivers,s3sll.3s.
Frank W. Lneth to Ira Stehn W 1 of
lot 13 blk 36 city of Two Rivers, $3OOO.
Albert B. Leeyse & wife to Otto
Kahlenberg Jr. lot 4 blk A in Curreus
and Hamilton's arid to Two Rivers,
$3300.
Peter Gagnon & wife et al to Wm.
Kahlenberg et al lots 33 4 5 and 0 blk
19 also Traction No. 30 city of Two
Rivers, $lOOO.
O. car C. Stockmeyer to the Hamilton
Mfg. Cos. S 50 ft of lots 5 and 0, city of
Two Rivera, $480.73.
J. 13. Ii iun <fe wife to Otto Dedering
N 35 feet of lot 0 hlk 4 of Lana's second
add to-Village of Kiel, $O5.
Henry Kurtz and wife to Frank
KaufmannJr. an und i of lot 5 in snb
div. of E iSE 1 of sec 3 town of Maui
towoc, also S 3J A of subdiv of lot 0 in,
sec 1 town of Manitowoc containing 8J
acres, also 3 73-100 A. in sec 1 town of
Manitowoc, $909
Richard Wilkovsky to Charles Wil
kovsky SE J NW 4 of sec 34 town of
Gibson, containing 40 acres, $l9O.
Louis Kahlenberg & wife to The
Hamilton Mfg. Cos. lot 3, blk 09 City of
Two Rivers, $1990.
Bertha Kahlenberg to The Hamilton
Mfg. Cos., W. 49 feet of lot 3, blk 09, city
of Two Rivers, 11400.00.
Louis Kahlenberg to the Hamilton
Mfg. Cos., part of lots 1 and 3 in blk (19
city of Two Rivers $3700,
John Zander and Emelia Zander to
James Kelley and wife the E 34 A of the
S 1 S 1 S W 1 of sen 3, town of Gibson
$l5OO.
Anthony Gauthier & wife to Mrs. G.
i Sanford lot 8 blk (I, city of Two Rivers
$75.00.
Rudolph Pelishek & wife to Dora
Sausek N 199 ft of lot 9, blk 57 y of
Two Rivers, $lBOO.
Katherine Sonn blend to Mich. Kav
anaugh N E 1 E W lof sec 13, town of
Maple Grove 49 A $l3OO.
j Stansilav Wajier & wife to George
Hermann lot 11, blk s3l city of Manito
woc $899 00
I Albert Pilon and wife to Mary Swej
kar part of lot 3 blk I, city of Two
Rivers, $550.
I Charles Porschke & wife to Fritz
Boeldt W i W iN E i and El E j N E
1 h 1 I of sec 30 town of Schleswig $5999.
Jenny Sanford & Etty Gauthier to
Geo. H. Dicke, John Marek & wife to
Jos. Walters lot 0 blk 3 of David Not
tage's adtl to the city of Two Rivers
■ consideration $650.09.
E< bt. O’Connor and wife to John
J Darlin lot 4 bik 196, city of Manitowoc
$1.09.
! Bichard O’Conner and wife to John
Darlin lot 6. hlk 196, city of Manito
-1 woe $l.OO.
j J. E. Hamilton and wife to Walter
| Mann part of blk B iu Currens and
Hamilton’s Riverside add to Two Rivnr*
[ also |>art of lot 19 in said blk B, $l.OO.
Albert Pilon & wife to the Hamilton
Mfg. (Jo., lota 2 ami 3, blk 68 city of
Two Rivers $4500.
GdeliaSt. Peter to Th- Hairilton
Mfg. Cos. middle 50 fe t of lots 5 and 6,
city of Two Rivers $005.45.
Odel a St-Peter et al to Hamilton
Mfg. Cos. same as above $189455.
Louis Nequette & wife to Jacob
Geimer lot 0, blk 18, city of Two Rivers
consideration 900.00
Hiram W. Jones et al to Ambolena
Jones, w. 20ft of lot 3, blk 101 town of
Mnnitowinc. SSOO 00.
Emily J. Colby et alto Ferdinand
Jones W 5 A. of Lot 3 and all end any
10 lots in the city of Manitowoc and
county of Manitowoc in which they have
interest, SSOOOOO.
Peter Trossen & wife et al to Rev.
Philip H. St. Loniu NE i SE i of sec 4.
town of Two Rivers, $1,200.
Frank Barr to Mrs. Flora Allinger W.
30 feet of Lot 5, blks Marraqaw's Add to
the village of Kiel, SOOO.OO.
Charles Grachle & wife to Peter Sod
aceck Lot 3, blk in Clias. Qruchles re
snbdv. of Lot 10 of the subdiv. of sec. 31,
town of Manitowoc, SI.OO.
Julius 11. Boecher & wife to Theodore
Schniidthman Jr. and John C. Schmid
tbinai' N. i of Lot3 4 and 5, Blk 42, city
of Manitowoc. SIIOO.OO.
Joseph D. Schmaider& wife to Joseph
Dhein S. ( S. j N. I W. i of sec. 35 town
of Centerville and W. j E. J S. J of sec
59, same town $2900.00.
W. J. Wrieth Referee, to Jusie Jake
boska et al Lots 4, 5* o.and 7, Blk 322,
ciiy of Manitowoc, $1026.00.
George O. Pilon & wife to The Hamil
ton Mfg. Cos Lot 4, Blk 06, city of Two
Rivers 2260.1 K).
To Rivers Mfg, Cos., to James S.
Hamilton, Lot 5 and the W. 30 feet of 4
Blk 72, city of Two Riveas, SI.OO.
Christoph Knbatoke, to Julia Kuba
toke E. j E. 1 SE. 1 of sec. 33 town of
Manitowoc Rapids ,SI.OO.
John Miller wife to William C. Creh
the nnd 1 of L >t 3, Blk 5, village of St.
Hazianz. $13.00.
Frnk Palzer & wife to Frank Smon
geski Lot 12, Blk 2 of David Mottage's
Add. to the city of Two Rivers. $1395.00.
Micheal Reed to Herman Rsed E. i
NE J of sec. 19, town m Cooperstown,
80 acres, S2OOO.
Carl Siemer to Herman Beasart SE $
of Sec. 1 and the NE 1 NE 1 of sec. 18,
town of Rockland, $2199,00.
Ignats Nsidy & wife to Anton Kroll
Lot 15, Blks 1. city Manitowoc, SIIOO.OO.
Roheiniel Patncek & wife to Frank
Korins E. i SN. i of sec 3, town of
Franklin. $3100.00,
Christoph Wagner to George Wagner
S. SE. 4 of sec. 21, town of Centerville
containing 20 acres also the NE. i NE.
1 of sec. 22 town of Centervilld, $236.00.
Elisabeth Reiuemnnn to George Wag
ner, same as above.
August Wagner to George Wagner
same as above.
Fredericka Wagner to George Wagner
same as al>ove.
Herman Hergnian to Hamilton Mfg.
Cos. lot 10 blk 25 city of Tw’o Rivers,
SISOO.
Hamilton Mfg. Cos. to Win. H.
Nienstock same as above.
Martin Kvitek Sr, and wife to Martin
Kvitek Jr. Part of the*N EjN E 1 town
of Cooperstown, $3500.
Daniel Espinger & wife to Joseph
Rouillsr Eiß E f of sec 3, town of
Gibson, $*109.00.
Frank Monka to Charles Grnhle lots 4
5. 6 and 7 in blk 382 city of Manitowoc
$1200.00.
Josh Westhafers, of Loogootee, Ind.,
is a poor man, but he says he would not
lie without Chamtierlain's Pain Balsm
if it cost five dollars a bottle, for it sav
ed him from being a cripple. No ex
ternal application is equal to fins lin
iment for stiff and swollen joints, con
tracted muscles, stdif neck, snruius and
Rheumatic and muscular pains. It has
also cured numerous cases of partial
paralysis. It is for sale by Henry Hin
richs, druggist.
There is no reward for lost love, lie
cause no one wants it returned.
Consumption
The only kind of consump
tion to fear is “ neglected
consumption."
People are learning that com
sumption is a curable disease.
It is neglected consumption
that is so often incurable.
At the faintest suspicion of
consumption get a bottle of
Scott’s Emulsion and begin
regular doses.
The use of Scott’s Emulsion
at once, has, in thousands of
cases, turned the balance in
favor of health.
Neglected consumption does
not exist where Scott’s Emul
sion is.
Prompt use of Scott’s Emul
sion checks the disease while it
ran be checked.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNK, Chemiau,
409-4'S Pearl Slreel, New York,
toe. and f i.oo; alt druggiata.
Visit Dr. Ernst F. Seeger’s new dental
parlors over Walter Green’s store.
Water Cure for Chronic Constipation
Take two cups of hot water half an
hour before each meal and just before
to l>ed. also a drink of water, hot
or cold, about two hours each meal.
Take lots of outdoor exercise walk,
ride, drive. Make a regular habit of
this and in many cases chronic constipa
tion may be cure without the use of
any medicine. When a purgative is re
quired take something mild and Liver
Tablets. For sale by Henry Hiurichs.
For a had taste in the month take
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. For sale by Henry Hiurichs.
If a man is able to make a bluff at cry
ing, a woman will forgive him anything.
Perfect health
can only then bo enjoyed with norma) func
tions of healthy organs, Be moderate in all
tilings ? Avoid the “Too-much” as well as the
"Too-little." Avoid overb ading your stomach
but, at the same time, do not unreasonably
stint yourself In feod and drink Beware of
over-exertion, as alao lack of lsiily exercise
Neglect these common-sense rules and you are
bound to suffer. Headaches, lassitude, palpi
tation of the heart, dizziness, costiveness, kid
ney and stomaeh troubles, pains in the spine,
etc. ensue. Thus health heroines destroyed:
and, unless abused nature is assisted, fatal
disease must lie the consequence. Of course
you ask, "How am I to recover my lost
health?" The answer is to I*, found at any
druggist’s, and is given fn the form of the re
nowned “St. Bernaid Vegetable bills " These
bills, com|Hiutided according to the formula
employed by the monks r.f St Bernard Monas
tery. have, through the course of eenturies
demonstrated to thousands their inherent
value as a soveriegn blood purifier and liver
and kidney regulator.
Dentistry like all other professions re
quires years of experience fur proficiency.
Dr. Ernst F. Seeger who is now located
over Walter Green’s, will give his
patrons the benefit of not only practical
experience a.id study, hut also of all
modern appliances adapted for painless
work. __
Nell "He said 1 had such a bird like
appeiite.” Belle —"Yes, he runs an os
trich farm, you know.”
A Commuincation
Mr. Editor:-Allow me to speak a few
words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. I suffered for three years
with the bronchitis and could not sleep
at night. I tried several doctors and
various patent medicines, but could get
nothing to give me any relief until my
wife got a be. tie of this valuable remedy
which has completely relieved me W.
S. Brochman, Bagnell, Mo. This
remedy is for sale by Henry Hiurichs,
Druggist.
Time works wondrous change* Dioge
nes hunted for an honest man years ago,
but now detectives are hunting for dis
honest men.
BELIEF IN SIX HOURS.
Distressing Kidney id Bladder dis
eases relieved in six honr t by the "New
Great South American -kidney Cure.”
This new remedy is a gr ut surprise on
account of its exceeding romptness in
relieving qain in the bladder, kidneys,
back and every part of the urinary pas
sages in male or female, it relieves re
tention of water and pain in passingit
almost immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is your only seined}’.
Sold by F. C. Buerstatte, Druggist, Man
towoc, Wis.
The Hunting Season I
The leadinn Hinnie liarrel shot guns £i */ (£/ Zft tfO ZA
■ of modern type at JO.jU, .pO.UII
To the hunter, professional or otherwise, it I a^Hoi.
is like the realization of a dream, for hunting I
affords great pleasure, good exercise and an ex- I ,
ceilent training--but are you prepared for the I
M Our lino of double barrel shot nuns contains the ls<st values
hunt? If not, you should look over our line of ■ j obtainable in thiH lino. I
guns and rifles for it contains every fire-arm I
known for its merits. These guns and rifles H -^g'iwwprr.rt!r;:..eS
■ lauttimuitutij—■
are all of the modern type and are an improve- ■
mentover the last year’s line, insuring greater I WinchertOT repeath.n shot nnn. iw model. so or a*i inch roiled
ee .. ... .... ... ■ Kfl steel barrel, with beet walnut stock, linely finished C||l OZ
accuracy, effectiveness and durability. Weal- ■ price. complete with set of deaninn tends 31V.00
so carry a complete line of ammunition and I ——~
shells at prices conspicuously low.
Steven’s “Crack Shot Take-Down” A
inn and dependable 23 calibre ritle. Price with clean- Jno
■ inn tiNiU and nnnaline <!*>• *0
I The Peoples Savings Bank.
JAPAN ITS OWN SHIPBUILDER.
Kokin MalMikntH. Traveling in Thli
Counlry, Sn> ■ Korelg-n Craft
Will Sunn He Ihneeded.
In five years Japan will he building
all of its ships, and will no longer
he obliged to go abroad for even war
vessels, according to Kokin Mat
sukata, who is in this country to
study the American shipbuilding in
dustry, as part of a tour around the
vv<orld, to gather information on the
subject. He has visited the South
Chicago (111.) plant, and will inspect
the Cramps’ establishment in the
east before going to Europe. His
home is in Kobe, and he is connect
ed with one of the leading Japanese
com panics.
“In recent years our people have
made wonderful progress in this
line,” he said. “Our merchant ma
rine is prosperous, and has expand
ed beyond our own hopes. The gov
ernment gives heavy subsidies and
encourages the business in every
way possible. Until recently we have
been obliged to go abroad for our
vessels, buying them chiefly in Eu
rope. But we have studied ship
building. ands Iready have plants
that can prodm ■ almost any sort of
craft. Soon we will be building every
class of vessel except the heaviest
battleships, and in a few years more
will be making them, too.”
LIGHTNING’S OFF PRANKS.
Unit Metis All a ’Woman'll Jewelry
Without Seriously Injuring
Her.
During a thunderstorm at Coffeen,
HI., the other day, lightning struck
Mrs. Frank Neller, of St, Louiss melted
a gold watchchuin which was about
her neck, and also four gold rings on
her left hand. The rings ran together
into one piece. In her hand was an
umbrella with a steel rod and the rod
was twisted out of shape. Her left
shoe was torn off. She was rendered
unconscious for an hour, but has fully
recovered. Mr. and Mrs. Neller had
stepped into a church, and running
down, the bolt stunned Mrs. Neller.
Neller was also severely shocked.
Sphinx \ioo* In Kvldenee.
The story that the Egyptian
Sphinx is disintegrating on account
of dim tie changes is interesting, hut
not necessarily alarming. The disin
tegration began long ago, says the
Chicago Tribune, book at the poor
tiling's nose.
M. KELLNER & SONS,
Headquarters for
Mens’ and Boys’ Clothing
Hats, Caps, Shoes, Rubbers, Mackinaws, Fur Coats, Nobby Furnishing
Goods and General Merchandise.
llicf RprpivpH Line Clothing. Good Fit
tlUol IVvCCIVtrU Guaranteed. Conic and get our prices.*
Kellnersville, - Wisconsin
0. Torrison Cos.
Fall Stock of
STEIN-BLOCH S
CLOTHING JKZ
Just Arrived. ysvffos.
- . -
Our Boys’ and Juvenile
Clothing Department mMk
Is the most interesting
place for parents of hoys in ?*r v ft
this city just now. We in- gHmy//
vite you to visit our store to Wm||fex -V-#
inspect the new creations a&Jk r ; |V^iTA^ , 'Y
just received in the cele
brated “TWENTIETH K
CENTURY” and “CRES- IS?Um ,/V*< /
itLlfla M i. A\J
CENT” lines of boys’ and Kmffaa |a \t* \
children’s garments for the 8 Se<\ . \H
PALL AND WINTER |g||| ® lW
SEASON, 1902. VSmr A
These garments for little I y\
fellows are different and \\
better than any others we I I \
know about. We want you I \
to see them. They are cap- Vt/ \
tivating in style, of sterling \
worth and moderate in I ML. \
price. We are showing V lJ * \
these school suits in a vari- ‘
etv of colors and patterns at .N©'
Special Sale Prices.
JOB WORK AT THIS OFFICE.

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