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ALL OVER MANITOWOC COUNTY.
fIAPLE GROVE Mr end Mrs. Andrew Geiger of Thorp visited friends and relatives here and at Whitelaw the past week. Oar smallpox patients, the families of Wm. Sohrweide and Louis Herzog, are still quarantined but are reported convalescent. Hulda Kasbauni, whose school closed on account of smallpox, is spending her vacation at Valders. James Gill resigned his pant ion as teacher of the Radloff school. He will in the future devote his time to fanning having bought his father s farm near Kasson. We are glad to see such men as Mr. Gill become tillers of the soil. They are needed in the agricultuial field and there they can lie teachers still. KELLNERVILLE. Martin Brunner is home on a visit. I BOUGHT 3 CAR LOADS f-- . . OF j ~ Doors, Windows, Frames, Mouldings, Casings, Porch . Work, Maple Flooring, Etc, n. Etc. | '■’■a , These goods were bought before the recent advance of 20 to 30 per cent. mm j am in position to save prospective —builders a lot of money, and can T** 1 ' ""“"I get odd sizes shipped with one of my *' 1 * cars at less than present cost. Parties intending to build a house or a barn will do well bv ordering at once. EfllL TEITGEN WANTED I’.oy to learn Tinsmith trade. Chas. F. Fechter South Side Book Store X2O South Eighth Street, Near Bridge, Manitowoc, Wisconsin m 1 2=5 AT THE BOSTON STORE Mostly Every Item in the House Reduced SALI: l:INI>S MARCH 28 Here are only a few of our bargains: 28c Cloth Window Shades .. 19c 12c package Watches 7c 65c Whitewash Brushes 48c SI.OO “ " _ 59c 5c hones Stove Polish 2 for 5c $1.25 Paints, all colors, per gallon 89c 3 spools Machine Thread 5c l()c bottle Bluing 5c 10c bottle Ammonia 5c 8c bottle Machine Oil 5c 7 dozen Clothes Pins 5c 65c Steel Spade or Shovel 42c $3.00 All Copper Wash Boiler, No. 9, M-oz. $2.25 50c Hay or Manure Forks 55c 12 bars Kirk’s Washing Soap 25c 20 yards Shelf Paper 5c 5c Wine Glasses 2c 5c Glass Sauee Dishes 2c 00 Washing Machines $2.95 $7.00 Washing Machines $4.95 We are now Located in our New Store Oppoiile North Side National Hank. ED. HARRIS, Prop. He attends the Agricultural school at Madison. A little daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, Frank Augustine. Martin Bsutka. ages] 88, died at his home Saturday. He was buried at the public cemetery Monday morning. The Rev. A. Cipiu was at Green Bay Thursday- Miss Fanny Cherney is on the sick list. Dr. P. Guttmann is attending her. James Houpek went to his home at Stangleville on a visit to friends and relatives. McCormick binders, mowers and rakes, also all other farm machinery for sale at M. Kellner & Sons. Charles Stehula has resigned his posi tion with M. Kellner & Sons. A good offer—llo.2s value for $2.00 Head the ad in the inside pages XU* only high grad* Baking Powder mad* at a modarat* price. Calumet Baking Powder MISHICOT Simon, Dentist. Every Monday. Of-, fice at Levenhagen’s Hotel. Mrs. Fortier, late of Gibson is making farewell calls around here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Trossen are rejoic ing over the arrival of a daughter at their home last week. Maximilian, the little son of Assem blymen and Mrs. N. Terens was on tbe sick list the past week. John Noeker and wife of Manitowoc attended the funeral of Mr. Krumfurat last Friday. John Brieder returned Saturday from California and expresses himself as much pleased with the country, Mrs. L. Yogi visited her parents in Kewaunee comity last Friday. EASTWIN. Mrs. Nick Seihr and famiy of Gibson visited here last Saturday and Sunday. Ed Wagner returned from the lum ber woods last Saturday. Ho was ac companied by his cousin, M. Wegner. Mrs. Stoer who has been veiy sick for the past two or three weeks is yet in a precarious condition. Last Wednesday afternoon and eve ning relatives and friands of Mrs. Jac quette gathered at her home to offer congratulations at her fifthieth birthday and helped to make the occasion a pleas ant one. Among the guests assembled were: Mrs. Frank Grim and grand child Lucy Zimmer of Manitowoc. Mrs. Christ Funk and children and Mrs. Edward Bishop of Two Rivers. Miss Elisa Kleckner of Manitowoc visited here last Saturday and Sunday. Will Maude! visited relatives at She fioygan last week. BRANCH Tim Branch Literary Society meets Friday evening March ~7, 19(W. The following is the programme: Song Society Recitation B. Schaffer Recitation T. Carbon Could the ideas advanced at the last meeting be put into practice P. C. Mittnacht I Remember George Carbon Onr Graded Schools F. J. Seidle Music F. S. and G. C. Fan! Reveres Ride. ..Bernice Halverson Song A. B. C. Classes Continental ( Congress.. .Prin. F. S. Hyer Business Meeting. Closing Song. OAT SMUT The genuine preparation recommend ed by the Statk Aokicultukal, Ex I’kkimentai. Station to prevent OAT SMUT is for sale in Manitowoc at 111 NUY IIINKICIIS the druggist who will also give yon full directions REEDSVILLE. Simon, Dentist. Every Wednesday. Office next to Stelling’s store. (.’has. /aim of Charming. Mich., is visiting here. F. .1 Keidl spent Saturday at Mani towoc. The merry song of the robin can tie heard again This is another evidence of spring. Dr. Simon, the dentist, who has Iteen coming hero every Wednesday fur tire last few months, has all the work he can possibly do. We should like him locate here permanently. Miss Ida /aim returned to Oshkosh Saturday, after a two week's vacation. Patsy Cavanaugh of Maple Grove, commonly known as Cracker-jack, gave I ’llinrich’H Glycerine Cream. At Himich's Drug Store. Very Low Kates to the West The Wisconsin Central Hy. will sell one way second class Settlers Tickets to Minnesota, North and South Dakota and intermediate points to Manitoba, Western Ontario. Saskatchewan, and i Assinnilsiia on March 17, 24 and April 7 and 14, IHOB. W. 11 VANDEIU4UIFT, Till April 14. Agent. m * Does Your Morse Cough ilf so, use llinrich's Horse Powder, there is no better remedy. Henry Uinrichs. Druggist. The Pilot donkey's Magazine, a set of live handsome Isiiind Irooks and a year s 1 subscription to the Aineri an Musical association, all for f.'-i ,M| . Sts* offer on 1 inside of this issue. ns a call Saturday. He says he intends going North to purchase a horse. Mrs. Emil Blodoern died Thursday of tuberculosis. She was buried Saturday, the Rev. Mr. Brenner officiating. Be sides a husband, she leaves many friends to mourn her Mr. Becker and family of Greonstreet spent Saturday here. Herman Goese. our local cheese maker, shipped two short horn calves to Gillet by express Saturday. Albert Kurth foreman of the railroad building ar Sr. Louis, is vi-iting parents here. Max Israel of Two Rivers has opened a clothing store here Postmaster Busse had anew hard wood floor put in his post-office last week. Harry Goodhow of Quarry called on friends here Sunday. COLLINS. Mrs. Datum is back from her visit to Oshkosh. A pleasant surprise took place last week at Woodcock's in honor of their son returning from Madison. The Candle Light club of Collins has gone to the auction block. We were of the opinion when this society organized that it was to be a social concern for the benefit of society and not a stock holders concern as it proved to be. Those that invested the amount of $1.20 or so got out $1.34. As for im* proving ‘.he society circles of this little town, the clnb was a total failure. P. H. Cain has accepted a position In Chicago, and will leave this week for that place. Mrs. Gravey's sister of Milwaukee is visiting here. W. F. Stoltzmann took a trip to Elkart last week. KOSSUTH. John Seibel and daughter, Annie, spent Friday at Manitowoc. The blue bird, robin, meadow lark and crows have been seen in our vicinity. The patrons of the Fokett cheese factory meet next Saturday night at Geo. Baumann’s hall. There will be considerable building going on as soon as warm weather sets in. V. Dirkmaun, M. Havlovitz and Christ Hermann are going to build granaries and Frank Hirold and Joe 3 BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES. £ WRITTEN BY STUDENTS Charles Dickinson who hits been a student in this College for a short time left the city this week for Kendalville, liid., whole he has accepted a position in the office of a large chair factory there. • # Prof. R. E. Carncross, Superintendent of Schools at Brilliou, Wis., gave the College a very pleasant call last week. The management of the College takes great pleasure in explaining the work to visitors and in showing them through the different rooms. Prof. Carncross informs us that several of the High School graduates of Brillion will enter the College at the completion of their course in Juue. * * Miss Katherine Jorgenson entered school Monday for a complete course in Stenography. * * A booklet entitled “About Shorthand” can he procured at the College by let ting us know that you are interested in in that subject. It is not an adver tisement of the school but is, as its name implies. “About Shorthand. It contains the “Graham alphabet, | vowels as used in shorthand and several lessons in the winged art. Miss Jessie DePous, one of our students, haw been absent for some time on account of tile serious illness of her aunt. * ft * Rapid Calculation is proving to lie very interesting atul some say very “Hard’. Ask some of tlie members of that class how many interest problems they can solve in one minute and then notice that confident (?) smile that ac companies the answer. ♦ * Prof Hook returned to Sheboygan after making a business trip to Hrillion ami Kee.lsville. We think that it must Ist the lieantiful weather we are having (?) that makes this worthy professor's countenance ho braining. Prof. S. E. Spangler writes ns from Racine that he has charge of the office where he is employed and has one stenographer and one IsHikkeejier to assist him with the work This is cer tainly a very strong indorsement of the methods Mr. Bungler introduced here. / of Good Health NfcJ Lion Coffee is all coffee —no glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de fects and cheapen its quality. Fresh and uniform, rich in flavor, because always ia sealed packages never in bulk. Baumann are going to build new resi dences. Mike Kellner, Jr„ drove through hera one day last week. There is not much talk about politic* as yet. Erwin Cary spent Satuaday and Sun day at Reedsyille. C E. Cary of Reedsville transacted business heat’ Monday. Frank Hermann had the misfortune of cutting two fingers while cutting wood last week. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Theison of Branch spent one day last week here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Theisen. Up to date methods-For teeth ex traction without pain; crowns, bridge work and all dentistry at the dental office of Dr. Ernst Seeger, Northside. One-Way Rates To many points in the states of Califor nia, Oregon and Washington. EVERY DAY The Union Pacific will sell One-way CoUnist Tickets at the following rates from Missouri river terminals: $25.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles and many other California points. Tickets on sale Feb. 15 to June 15, 1903 $20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City. S2H ()0 to Buett, Anaconda and Helena. $22.50 to Spokane and Wanatehee. Wash. $25.00 to Everett, Fairhaven and New Whatcom, via Huntington and Spokane. $25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and Se attle. $25.00 to Ashland, Roseburg, Eugene, Albany and Salem, via Portland. Tickets on sale Feb. 15 to April 30, 1903. From Chicago and St. Louis propor tionately low rates are in effect by lines connected with the Union Pacific to all above points. For full information call on or address W.G. Neimyer, G. A,, 193 South Clark St., Chicago, 111. Farm For Sale Eighty ticrtiH of choice farming land located five miles from Manitowoc on the River road. Seventy acres Is clear ed, the balence in hard wood and pine timber. Good buildings, water and other farming facilities. For price and terms apply at the office of The M. Q. Madson Seed Cos. Manitowoc, Wis. Do you want a magazine that com pares favorably with the Ladies Home Journal l If so take advantage of our combination offer in this issue. The Pilot, Conkey’s Journal, American Musi cal Association Subscription and a set of five books, all for $2.00. CORN Write The J. 11. Hamilton Cos., Oma ha, Nth., for prices on corn delivered on C. & N. W. U’y. points. FOR SALE—lmproved and unim proved farms in Oconto county. Cor resjMmdence solicited. Bank op Qillett, Gillett. Wis. Feb. 2tt—May 28. STATE OF W IHCONHlN— Manitowoc County Court. Iu Probate. In tlu* matter of the estate of Wenzel Kromforst, deceased. An instrument in writing. purporting to be the last will ami testament of Wenzel Kromforst, of the town of Gibson. in said coun ty having lieeu delivered into said court; And Mary Kromforst. of the town of Gibson, in said county, having presented to said court her petition In writing duly verified, repre senting among other things, that said Wenzel Kromforst died testate, at said town of Gibson, in said count y, on the 10th day of March. IttJlt: that said instrument is the last will of said de ccosisl, and that Mary Kromforst Is named therein as executrix, and praying that said Instrument be proven and admitted to proliato and that letters testamentary Is* thereon issued to Mary Kromforst It is ordered: That said petition and the matters therein Is* heard and proofs of said last will and testament lie taken at a siss-lal term of said county court, to is* held at the probate olticc in the city of Manitowoc, on Tuesday, the Hth day of April. IW. at 10 o'clock A. H. And it is flintier ordered That notice of the time and place of said hearing 1* given by pule Heathm hereof for three successive weeks, or.oe I each week, previous to the time of said hearing I Hi the Manitowoc Pilot a newspaper published in said Manitowoc county, j Dated .March 1 Till, i By the Court, . . JOHN CHLOUPEK,County Judge. Adolph H ChloiilMik, Attorney Puli. Mar I. SB. Apl. 2. Schuette Bros. Cos. JL fL Priestly ip? Black Goods These famous dress goods are increasing in popularity. The new spring fabrics of these Eng rf [ lish goods have just arrived from across the ocean. They consist of i\ 1 Granites, Gipsey Crepes, Soliels, Endoras, Roxanc Crepes, Crepe du Chine, Batiste, Challies, Etamines, Prunelles, Mistrals, Mohairs, Sicillians, Tamise, Taffetta, Brilliante, Cheviots and Zibilenes. In addition to these we carry a £nc assortment of other brands of Black Dress Goods of the latest weaves. Shoe Department There is only one thing in a Rubber Boot or Shoe that has any wear ing qualities, and that is rubber. There is absolutely no wear in any of the other ingredients. “Buckskin” Rubber Boots and Shoes, cost but little more than other kinds and one pair will outwear two to three of the standard £rst grades of Rubber Boots and Shoes now on the market. Just Figure Out The Economy We have tht exclusive sale of this ‘ Buckskin” brand in Manitowoc. Schuette Bros. Cos. FARMERS! If you intend to buy a First-Class machine for a Very Reasonable Price Let the Philippine Islands Go and come to Reedsville and examine my stock of goods before you place your order elsewhere. The stock includes CHAMPION Vanßrunt anti Tiger Seeders and Drills A Full Line of— OSBORNE MACHINES: Tedders, Spring Tooth Harrows, Ftc. Also Oliver Chilled and Hartford Plows, Drags. Cultivators, Etc. And a Full Line of “A” Grade Buggies, Surreys Milk Wagons, Harness, Threshing Machines, Sheboygan and Kewanee Feed Cutters and Plymouth Twine. Chas. Etzler I ' 1 ■ ■ '■ Ex. Sheriff Burt Back In Shoe Business Having taken up my former work in the store, I wish to thank my customers and friends who have patronized my shoe store during the sale and I wish to state that I have still a complete assortment of all kinds of foot wear that I will offer to the public at prices that will be to your advantage. Kindly give me a call and be convinced PIERRE BURT. Burt & Stahl