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ALL OVER MANITOWOC COUNTY
REEDSVILLE. Mrs 0. Porath and children of Med ford are vinitinwr here. Tim Keehan of Cooperstown was seen here Monday. Miss Nellie Cronin visited at Grimms Friday. The first meeting of the Shakesjterian dab which was to have berm held on Oct. 3rd will be held on Oct. 4th. All are invited to attend. Max Buechner of Milwaukee was seen here Thursday. The following rhetoricals will Is- held in sch(sd on Tuesday afternoon Oct. to. Song By Society. Value of Literary Work —Leola (.ary. Recitation -Grover Schieg. Talk, “Onr Brethren' Myrtle Kiehl. Song Carrie Scheig. Marion Dumas, Gertrude Hagenow, and Grace Me- Cullongh. Reading Raymond Krueger. Debate. Affirmative. Negative. John Falge Charles March George Hammel James Noble Recdtation Agnes Cooney. Song—By Society. Critics Report. KINQSBRIIKiE. A large numls-r of Kingsbridge people attended the carnival at Two Rivers last week. The dance and raffle at Geldings hall Shoto, was well attended and everyone reports a good time. Mrs. G. W. Hay and son of Sturgeon Bay are visiting with friends and rela tives here. Mrs, Kate Jelenek and daughter of Merrill visited here recently. Mrs. George Cumberlidge of Manito. woe spruit a few days here. Mrs. Thus, Cross visited at Manito woc for a few days. A valuable cow. the property of ('has Schnddtinan, died from the effects of a corn knife thrust. Three threshing machines are at work in the vicinity. NERO. Minnie Gierkie left last week Tuesday for Milwaukee where she is going to work for the winter. Emil Benish anti Te<l Busch went tak ing in the sights of the carvival at Two Rivers last week Louie Alis>rts a brother of Emil and Edwin hiiH been staying here for (tome time visiting hie brothers and other re latives out here. Jot I>Klel and Am?. Igist were to Manitowoe butt week Saturday as del egates t<i the Democratic convention Politics in the principal topic of the day. for in ordinary conversation the the first thing spoken of in politics,. fol lowed by the discussion of which party loot the better men in the field. Ferdinand Strut/, and Annie /iertow J who were married but a few days ago, j will make their home for the present in j Barclay. Michigan. where he has (tome interest in cedar land. Mr. Strut/, will] employ several men to assist him in tak ing (tut the cedar Miss Tillie Ziertow will go with her sister Mrs, Strut/, to Barclay Michigan. Alls rf Gurdty and Fred Below left for northern Michigan t< work in the lumber woods Misses Emma ami Annie Krafla left for Milwaukee last week where they will seek employment again for the winter months. Miss Josephine Nemit/. who has l>eeii visiting relatives out here left again for her home in Menominee Michigan. COI.UNS. Miss Alma Schmidt is visiting friends at Manitowoc. E Bielke was the victim of a serious an ident which might iiave resulted in sacrificing ids life. He is treated hy Dr. Luhmau Miss Rabat of Maple Grove is in town. Miss H. Mahwh is again with tier parents after being absent several months Several of our young sp((rts attended the dance at Valders Sunday They could Is- sn-ii returning each humming a sing to himself Di Luhman drove to Manitowoc Tuesday to hid farewell to his brother who is returning to resume his studies at Harvard college. Mr Malty h and son sojourned at Manitowoc Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs F Tyler are visiting relatives at Manitowoc II Stolzmau has left for Ins home at Kiel. Mrs, C. Packard has gone to her parents at Chilton where she e*|s-cts to stay all winter li Kggert Republican candidate for sheriff was in town Monday. Mrs. E. Gehrke and (laughter of Grccrth-af are the guests of Mr and Mrs. E. Gehrke Miss A Erickson departed for Mil waukee Thursday. '1 he picnic at Husch s Grove at Niles vas a complete failure owing to the threatening weather. The wonderful ty fivity of the Candle Light club was demonstrated Saturday in their programme, of which a debate ROWNE•D \ ing of England; Alphonso, King of Spain; 1 , King of Coffees, \ p king; fit for you. Not glazed with any 1 sxious coating; never sold in bulk. I lalttr acitirMtiasM are loaurad b, tLe sealed pckae. was the special feature. It resulted in a victory for the affirmative. The dance at Hteckcrt’s hall turned out fair considering the bad weather. MISHICOT. The eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schener, fell from a high side walk while riding a tricycle and re ceived a bad scalp wound, which requir ed several stitches. Miss Blanche Chloupek had the mis fortune to fall while carrying an urn of hot coffee into the basement of her home and scalded her arms and hands so badly that she will Is* laid up for a time. Chao, Schener left last Monday for the Wisconsin university where he will take a course in mining engineering. < hir Aurora Dramatic club is rehears ing the drama “Under The Laurels' which is to be presented in about four weeks. There is some talk of having anew cheese factory at Pelkey’s corner in the near future. REIPS. Prof J E. (Connors of Kellnersville was in town Sunday. Miss Annie Vraney visited at Manito woc last week. Albert Fokett, our local cheese maker spent Sunday with his family at Reeds vllle. Mr, Kochan pressed bay and straw Saturday and Monday. If the weather is favorable there may be a Rose in blossom at Madison in Jan uary. Farmers are satisfied with the output of grain this year. John McKeongh attended the Dem ocratic convention Saturday. Dr. Kapitan and family of Manitowoc passed through onr village Sunday. Emil Vraney attended the Shnber dance Sunday and enjoyed himself greatly. Hodid Miss (Jail again Emil is what she said. The dance at Baumann's Sunday evening was greatly enjoyed by those present. Music was furnished by the Star ()rchestra. Peter Keif left for Milwaukee Monday where he has secured employment with Lindsay Brothers. Leonard Hessol of Francis Creek worshiped here Sunday. George Bauman was a Manitowoc caller the forepart of last week. Some men are wiser now than they were last Saturday. KASSON At prcuont onr neighborhood in >mp plied with four threnhimc machines all butty at work J ((enrich in about to move to hie new home at Seymour. Win Dcgner in Hirk at present. Mr. and Mm. T. K. Gill wore in Mnl I lion Sunday. A I (enrich in a visitor in Seymour. I Jon, t ’obn in very ill. Mr A. Kerb died lately at the Green May hospital, where he went to neck treatment. He was in the act of eating i Kiipper when he suddenly threw up both hands and expired. It is thought that water around the heart is the cause. He was I!'.! years old and leaves an aged mother, two brother's and three sisters, all married He was laid to rest in the public cemetery at Hasson, and followed I by the largest nuintsT of vehicles ever •eon at Hasson, URIMMS. A large number from here attended the caucus at Clarks Mills Thursday. I’aul Gosz and ('has. Hirk were at Two Rivers Saturday. Grin ms was well represented at the the Catodanoe last Friday evening. Home of the Cato young folks passed through here Sunday on their way to Reedsville. If you wish to e*\ a good game of base ball come to (Iriinms some Sunday I after noon •bs* Vondrnchek sold his share of the •I I c threshing machines to John Von- I drachek All the boys are now wearing a pretty little (lower on their coal, which they say is their wild Irish Hose. Mrs Hussey of Cato was in town Tuesday. Out (If Death's Jaws. "When death seemed very near from a severe stomach and liver trouble, ttiat j I had suffered with for years." writes 1’ Muse, llurhaiu N (’.. "Dr. King's New Life Mill saved my life ami gave perfect health Rest pills od earth and only 2.V at II Ilinrichs drugstore. Continued from page 1. Apron iiaDrawn Work Ist, Miss l.aura Lueth 80 Hjs-c. pn-ni (leone- Bros. Ho* Hontsms 200 Unit (.aura Bock 25 Apron in Embroidery Ist Mrs E Nioquette 50 Fancy Apron Ist Hilda Klingholz , 76 2nd Ida .1 Haven 50 Embroidered Table Spread Ist Mrs R H I.uetli "5 Spec, preoi. K>nil Teitifon lawn mower 300 Sad Mrs a ' —walk. M Center piece in Drawn Work Ist Mary Brewer 75 2nd Emma Koch 80 Centerpiece in Battenberg Ist Sisters St Francis Alverno . 75 Spec prem O Torrlson Cos run 31*1 2nd Mrs Wm Brener 00 Cent, rpici e in Kensington Ist Mrs Wm Brener 75 2nd Flora Waldo SO Fancy < 'enter pii-ce Ist Flora Waldo 75 2nd M Woods 50 Fancy Toilet Set for Dresser Ist Miss I.aura I.neth 75 2nd Mrs UII Lneth 50 Set Doylies in Drawn Work Ist Flora Waldo 75 Set Embroidered Doylies Ist Ida.l Hagen 75 Spec prem F Spagnoolo Box Candy 150 2nd Mrs M Paulin 50 ('lass 9. Carriage Afghan Ist Mrs B H I.neth 75 Dressed Doll by Miss under 15 Ist Mrs E Dickert. 75 Pair Plain Pillow Cases Ist Mrs A Pasewalk 50 2nd Fred Vogelsang 25 Pair Fancy Pillow ( uses Ist Mrs E Dickert 50 Ind Mrs A Pasewalk % Pair Embroidered pillow shams Ist Mrs W f m Brewer 75 Spec prem Vogelsang A- Murphy. Iron Bed 1 00 Pair Drawn Work Pillow Shams Ist Mrs B H I.aeth 75 2nd Emma Koch 50 Pair Fancy I 'nderweur Ist Mrs M Paulin 75 2nd Mrs E Nioquette 50 (larving < Doth Ist Flora Waldo 50 2nd Ida .1 Hagen 25 Tray Cloth Ist Emma Schneider, Branch 50 Hix-eial prem. II Bichards cash 1 00 2nd M VViksls 25 Embroidered Lunch Cloth Ist Flora Waldo 75 2nd Mrs M Paulin 5b Lunch ('loth Ist MrsCW Bellinger 75 Spec, prem II Bichards. cash 100 2nd Mr* M Paulin 50 Mantle Dra|s* Ist Emma Koch 50 Piano Cover Ist MrsC A Halverson 75 Slipper I use Ist Mrs M Paulin 50 Hpee prem F. Voelchert hat rin k , 150 Shoe Bag Ist bln .I Hagen 50 Photograph Holder Ist (No Award) . . 00 2nd Mrs W Koblm ili 15 Handkerchief I use Ist Clara Schneider ■ ~ 3U 2nd Mrs 811 Luetli.. 15 Perfume Sachet Ist (No Award) ... 30 2nd Ida .1 Hagen .. 15 Jewelry Case Ist No Award 111 2nd Laura Lonsdorf K. I), route II Bx 21 15 (Hove ( use Ist Mrs K Dickert 30 Veil t 'use Ist No Award 11l 2nd Mrs B II I.neth 15 Necktie Case Ist No Award 30 2nd Mm Kll I.neth 15 Hairpin Case Ist Mrs, CA I.oreur.en 30 2nd Mrs Kll I.neth 15 Laundry Bug Ist Ida .1 Hagen 111 2nd Mrs M Paulin 15 He Hook Ist No Award 30 2nd Mrs B II I.neth 15 Handkerchief in Drawn Work Ist Nora Lonsdorf 75 2nd Mrs M Paulin 50 Handkerchief in Point Liu q Ist Louise Eggers, Two Rivers 75 2nd “ “ 11 ** GO Handkerchief in Himiton Ist Louise Eggers, Two Rivers .. 75 2nd “ “ '* 50 Handkerchief in Embroidery |t No Award 75 Fancy Handkerchief Ist Ida .1 Hagen 75 Si prem Ht lie hie A Son. Framed Picture 800 2nd Mrs. O'Connell.... 50 Embroidered Childs Dress Ist Mrs Win Brewer 75 Fancy ( inlds 1 tress Ist Miss Laura I.neth 75 2nd Mrs Will Morphy 50 Embroider.-*! Childs' Jacket Ist Jessie Bllisle 50 Fancy Pin Cushion Ist Nora Lonsdorf 75 2nd Ida J Hagen 5(1 Over-Work Weakens V*ur Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys l.'.aac Impure Blood. All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. f The kidneys are your blood purifiers, they fil ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, achesandrheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart Is over working in pumping (hick, kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidney trouble. H you are sick you can make no mistake by first aoctorlng your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rout, the great kidney remedy Is soon reallied. It stands the highest for Us wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its merits f-'-K*' by all drugged In fitly cent and one dollar sir BfcSroMCjfffltigaia es. You may have a sample bottle by mall n..,„. r r,,* (tee. also pamphlet telling you how to find out It you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer U Cos.. Binghamton, N. Y. Sofa Pillow in Outline Work Ist Ida J Hagen 75 2nd Mn; J Staudt 58 Sofa Pillow in Bulgarian Ist Mrs H Richter 75 Sofa Pillow In Cross stitch Ist Mrs C A Halverson 75 Sofa Pillow in Couching Ist Mrs Win Brewer 75 2nd Miss Delia Feebler 50 Fancy Pillow Ist Miss Fechter 75 Special A H Pohl cash 50 2nd MrsC A Sal verson 50 Largest and Best Display Fancy Work Ist Mrs K H I.neth 100 2nd lila J Hagen 75 m Goes Like Hot Cakes. “The fastest selling article I have in my store,” writes druggist C. T. Smith, of Davis. Ky., “is Dr. King’s New Dis covery for Consumption, Conghs and Colds, because it always cures. In my six years of sales it has never failed. I have known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung diseases, who cloud get no help from doctors or any other remedy.” Mothers rely on it, best phy sicians prescribe it, and H. Hinrichs guarantee satisfaction or refund price. Trial bottles free. Reg. sizes, 50c and sl. Notice to Farmers. Having bought the flouring and grist mills at Clarks Mills, Wis., and made extensive improvements and installed a new feed mill, and engaged an exper ienced miller, I am now prepared to do all kinds of grinding on short notice which can not lie excelled. I guarantee satisfaction and invite all to give me a trial. Chas. A. JOMEN. Found a Horse. Notice in hereby given by the nnder- Higued that on the sth day of Sept. 1!K)2 one light brown horse (or colt) about 2 years old, black main and black tail, the owner of which is unknown, stray ed upon land owned by me and on which i reside to wit: The SE lof SE i, section 5, township 18, range 21 in the town of Eaton and county of Mani towoc and was there found and taken up by me. Dated this 12th day of Sept. 1902- OttoHaherman. Sept. 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9. Shooting Match and Dance. Grand shooting match and harvest ball at Mishicot Opera Hall. Sunday October 5, 1902. Dancing afternoon and evening. Target shooting for geese and turkeys. Wheel of fortune and bowling for ducks and chickens. Good music will be in attendance. Refresh ments served at all hours. Everybody is invited to come and spend a pleasant day. Chas. Lkvknhagkn. Sept. 4,11. 18, 25, Oct. 2. Tickling a baby will cause the child to stutter THE LOTTERY INIQUITY. Survives in Spite of All Efforts of Civil Authorities to Stamp It Out. The Louisiana lottery, the biggest of the lot, was driven out of New Orleans and out of the United States after years of attack by the postal authori ties and the press. But the lottery evil is still with us, says the Atlanta Jour nal. Savannah is the lottery center of Georgia. It is said that several men have made fortunes by dealing in lot tery tickets. There is hardly a city of considerable size in the United States w here lottery tickets may not be pur chased. Mexico has a large number and va riety of lottei ,f *s which are liberally patronized in # this country. Canada also supplies lottery tickets in great numbers to dealers in the United States and to individual purchasers. France, Germany and several other European countries help to satisfy the craving of our citizens who consider the lottery a quick and sure way to fortune. All classes of people supply the patrons who enricl the lotteries. Many persons of wealth buy lottery ' tickets regularly. The wage earners j of the United States squander a large ! per cent, of their earnings in this form | of gambling. Lotteries antedate civili zation. Some of the earliest human records indicate the antiquity of lot teries. They thrive on the love of gam bling, which Is one of the most univer sal passions of men. LOOKING FOR A WIFE. Hr Wot “Hunkier” and “Morrel” Ilul C-oaliln’t Donit of Mach Gducotloo. A Mississippi man sent the following letter in answer to a matrimonial ad vertisement : “1 inclose my photogra'f with My Full Description*. It show* the features a* naehel as can bee, only it is to Dark; 1 urn very lite Com plexion, Cray eye*. Orbon hair, O-foot high, weight ItH) Lbs, inclined to lie hump shouldered; A Muskier Man and a widower its years old, with A Com mon School Equations, but bav (lot Allot to Atten to Knny business, lam Strictly Morrel. Don't use Tobacco Nor Whiskey." 11c is anxious to have her understand that her "Age, Corn pleektlons, wait and All Suits me to alee. Kind Loving Oirll I hnv Only one 'l'hing to Offer, And it ia Neither Lands Nar Gold. Out a Strong Ann ami True Hart, and will Lay Down My Life for the Kite Girl and ll happy, for i mi Tired of living Alone. That Girl that Steels rny Hurt and takes my Name for the Remainder of My I.if i will make Happy, for lam Hunting u Girl that lean idleise and Make u Angel of." Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contains flercury. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on presenptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good yon can possibly derive from them. Hall s Catarrh Cure, man ufactured by F. J. Cheney & Cos., To ledo, O. eon’ains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous snrfacesof the sys tem. In buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cbeney & Cos. Testimonials free Sold by Druggists. Price 7. r >c per bottle. Hall's Family Pills are the best. It is said that the most unreliable per son on earth is a colored preacher when he is getting up an excursion. Summer is Over, but we feet its after-effect. The continuous heat parched our bodies. The pores of our skin, consequent upon Hie accelerated circu lation and the increased pressure of onr blood, were so overworked that the perspiration liter ally ran from us in streams. This overtax so weakened the pores that finally they were un able to retain water contained in tne blood. This made the blood thicken, and since the maltreated pores were incapable of properly Tierforming their functions, it became imposs ible for them to eliminate the poisonous mat ters the blood had accumulated. The Imdy, therefore, has tiecorac surcharged with con taminations which only the celebrated "St. Bernard Vegetable Pills" can remove. When troubled with lassitude, indigestion and kidney troubles, dizziness, palpitation of the heart, costiveness or distorted vision, then you will lie most emphatically reminded of the fact that the excessive heat of the past summer has charged your system with blood poisons. A good many people are turned down by the wheel of fortune. When you wake up with a bad tast in your mouth, go at once to Henry Hinrichs drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets, One or two doses will make yon well. They also cure bilious ness, sick headache and constipation. A Good Farm for Sale in Shawano County. Wisconsin. A fine farm of 200 acres, 2$ miles north of the City of Shawano, the coun ty seat of Shawano county, Wis., in high state of cultivation: 100 acres un der the plow; balance timber and pas ture; well fenced and cross fenced; three fourths mile to creamery; good loam soil with clay sub soil, surface slightly undulating, house 16x34 with two wings 16x19 and 10x33 (10 rooms.) Good stone foundation, and cemented cellars 16x24 and 16x19; large stone cemented cistern; granary 10x20; barn 32x64, with heavy hewed timber frame, also two large cattle stables; two machine sheds, ice house, large hen-house, work shop, corn crib, etc. Two good wells of excellent water, one with wind-mill and heater tank; small orchard of fruit trees and shrubbery. It is in fact a first class farm in every respect. The improve ments ah ne could not be duplicated to day for $3,500, Price, if sold soon, $6,000. For further jiarticulars. terms and description, write to the North- Western Land Agency, Eland. Wis. 2 SMALLEY CUTTERS —V, nilp 1902 PLOW will soon be on the market and a very low price will be made on the first 100. SMALLEY HANUFACTURINQ CO. Manitowoc, Wisconsin Schuette Bros. Cos % —... Our Millinery Opening OF NEW FALL STYLES, Thursday and Friday, October 2 and, Here will be exhibited a fine display of Millinery of all kinds Hats of the newest shapes, trimmed in the latest styles, and pric to suit the purses of any and all * Ladies, Misses and Childr can be easily suited from this grand assortment. Those who m. wish hats made to order would do well to place such orders a liti ahead of actual needs if possible, as our trimmers are now fu! Occupied turning out hats to order. At the same time there will be exhibited in our Cloak and Suit Room, unquestionably the largest and finest lint of FURS, SUITf SKIRTS, JACKETS, CAPES, WAISTS, Etc., ever set here. Also a wide range of styles and prices in Misses’ and Children’s Garments. You are invited to call and examine, even if out of curiosh only, as it will be a treat to see ail these beautiful new styles. Schuette Bros. Coj BOSTON STORE Manitowoc Kavorite Bargain Bouse. $1.25 duck coats ,85< $1.50 “ “ rubber lined sl.l $1.75 “ “ “ “ 1.4 $2.00 “ “ “ “ 1.6 $3.50 “ “ “ “ 1.9 $5.00 “ “ sheep skin lined 3.4 $2.50 men’s corduroy pants 1.6 ♦1.60 men’s wool pants 1.2' $2.00 “ “ “ 1.6* $2.75 “ “ “ 1.8. 40c fleece lined undershirts and drawers 25< 50c Jersey overshirts 38c cardigan wove jackets. .BS< 60c “ “ 44c $2.00 “ “ “ ,1.4f 90c “ “ 65c $2.75 “ “ “ .1.98 We are now l ocated in our New Store Opposite North Side National Rank. ED. HARRIS.