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John Duggan of Maple Grove has just
returned from a visit through Michigan.
Avery successful mission closed at
Maple Grove parish Sunday evening.
The services were conducted by the
Dominican Fathers Murry and Brock
Register of Deads Bruno Mueller spent
Saturday here attending the Sohrweide.
J P. Nolan of Manitowoc was seen
here last Saturday.
John Eichorat of Wayside is now lo
cated on his new farm in the town of
Joseph Miller of Brillion has l>een ap
pointed to represent the Kaukauna
Sugar Cos. in Maple Grove and adjoin
ing towns.
The sugar l>eet meetings held at var
ious places in this county last week
were quite well attended. Jas. Toner,
editor of the "KaukaunaSun ', explain
ed the plans to the Kaukauna Sugar Cos.
and gave a general talk on what may
be done with the culture of sugar beet.
The Kaukauna factory is not yet a
reality, but will be providing the farm
ers of Kaukauna will contract to raise
4000 acres of sugar beets. The Kau
kauna Cos. asks no bonus as other con
cerns so often do. All it asks is a
sufficient acreage to keep the factory in
operation fcr about one hundred days.
Their proposition is. the farmer is to
plant ami care for the beets for which
they agree to pav him #1 25 [mt ton on
board the car at his station or $1 00 i*;r
ton for beets testing 12 per cent of snfar
and 331 cents additional for each one
per cent in excess of 12 jar cent at the
Wisconsin now lias one sugar factory
in operation, that of Menominee Falls.
In 1901 one of th driest seasons South
ern, Win., has ever had, the farmers had
crops averaging from 12 to 26 tons per
acre, receiving from SSO to slll ier acre
therefore. The above figures are taken
from a paper read at the Closing Farm
ers' Institute, held at Oconomowoc in
the spring of 1902, any person may read j
that paper by asking the teacher of his
school fur the Farmers Institute of
1902" which is in every school district
library of Wioonson.
Jos Skuhal was in Two Rivers Satur
A large number of the farmers in onr
vicinity are beginning to sow.
Anton Halada has lieen sawing wood
for the last few days.
Mis Lottie Dufek returned from Chi
cago last week.
Charley Shroedt r. Jr., is hauling hay
to town.
John Shroedor sold Ins farm to Mr
Suckow, formerly of Sheboygan, con
sideration $1560.
While working about twenty feet
above ground Mr, Swartz fell upon bis
right arm, breaking it in several places.
The doctors removed the arm. Mr.
Swartz lived in our vicinity. He
has been working for the Johnson
Coal Cos. for several years.
John Skuhal and Vincent Halada have
been staying in Mishicot for the last
few days.
Dr. Mitchell of Manitowoc passed
through here Monday.
Anton Keif returned last week from
a two weeks' trip through the slate in
the interest of his business. The fact
ory is running fourteen hours a day.
Spring work has already liegun.
Miss Jeuse attended the Grimms
meeting of the R. R. S. M. T. before
which she delivered a paper.
Now that the Lenten season will s<sm
Is; over posters for dances are out.
George Baumann is to have one April
The parochial school oja;ned here
Monday with an attendance of fifteen.
Albert Fukett will start making cheese
next Monday.
A number of farmers attended Un
fair at Kellnersville Monday.
Mis- Amelia Jackett is confined to her
Issl with a si vere attai k of rheumatism.
Mfr. I - red Johannes and sister Mrs.
Edwin Miller enjoyed a visit out here
last Tuesday.
Miss Thresa Johannes gave a supper
to some of her frit-fids last Thursday in
honor of her birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schley of
Cooperstown visited with friends here
one <lay last week.
Otto Klossig of Antigo, is visiting
relatives her*- this week.
The caucus held at Eastwin hall lasi
Saturday was well attended and an en
tire new board of officers were rn min at
ed with the exception of the Town
Clerk, Henry Ooedjen.
Anton Schneider, who sjent several
weeks at the hospital to have an injured
limb treated, is again able to be around.
An Easter dance will be given at
Thora la no Uoohell* Salta. Alum,
Lima or Ammonia In food mada with
It makaa pura food.
Gelding's hall on Monday April 13. A
good time is promised.
Miss Emma Shwantes of the Oshkosh
Normal School was at home last week
to spend her vacation.
Mrs. P. Smith is a guest of Wm.
Huebner ami family.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Naumau visited
friends in Newton last Sunday.
Henry Goedjen recently purchased
a gasoline engine to be used for cutting
feed, sawing wood and dairy purposes.
Henry Burmeister is having an
artisian well sunk on his farm, a depth
of 260 feet has been reached but so far
they have not been successful in obtain
ing a good How of water.
The town caucus held last Saturday
was contested one. There were plenty
of candidates in the Held and rather a
lively "time" was had. The following
officers were nominated on Saturday aud
elected on Tuesday:
Chairman- Rob.t Schubert,
Supervisor Rud. Bishoff,
Sujajrvisor—Wm. Wilsmann,
Clerk Henry Goedjen.
Treasurer —Chas. Seier,
Assessor John Petri.
Simon, Dentist. Every Wednesday
()f!ice next to Stelling's store
Miss Julia Zahn visited at Forest Jet.
Mrs. Fred Baehrs and son visited at
Brillion Saturday.
A class of thirty three were confirmed
at the Luthern church Sunday.
Mrs. Win. Sohrweide died Wednesday
morning. She was twenty four years of
age and would have been married three
years in October. A husband and child
are left to mourn his loss. The funeral
will take place Friday, Rev. Mr. Bren
ner officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Silad of Hilliert
attended the funeral of Mrs. Wm. Sohr
Miss Kat<; Doolan spent Sunday hero.
Miss Julia Dumas of Chicago is visit
ing here.
John Brandt sjent Sunday at Forest
Miss Clara Stelling was a Manitowoc
visitor Saturday.
Will Cooney of Haytou spent Sunday
Miss Lillian Sachs and brother of
Hay ton spent Sunday here.
The following village officers were
President, Dr. Louis Falge; clerk;
Chas. Heins, assessor. C. R, Cary; con.
stable Magnus Sceneider; justice of the
l>eaee. T. F. Meany; trustees, A. 11.
Busch, Herman Goose, August Draheim.
Wm. Link, treasurer, G. J Olm; suiwr
visor, J. E. Schulz.
Mrs. M. Savage went to Green Bay
last Friday.
P. H. Gubin visited at Manitowoc
Tuesday evening.
Miss Blanche Laughlin of Oshkosh
visited her parents here last week.
Miss Luella Robeeson of Oshkosh
H[K-nt Saturday and Sunday with Mae
The next meeting of tneCato Literary
society will Is; held April 24. The fol
lowing programme will Is; carried out
Song Society
liecitatatiun Leo Murphy
Dialogue.. .Arranged by Emma Cooper
Song Maggie and Clara Pankratz
Debate, Resolved That Bachelors
Should Is; Taxed.
Affirmative Negative
Sadie Breuuen Jis* Strande
Lizzie Holloran Pat Gubin
Mary Pankratz Joe Brennan
Mary Wedermau Joe Munhall
Lillian Savage U. N. Killen
Liella Strande Hugh Holloran
Olive McAllister M. T. Cooney
Song Sadie ond Madge Brennan
Recitation Martin Savage
Topic. Mrs. P. J. Me Gulley
Recitation Madge Brennan
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Simon, Dentist. Every Monday. Of
fice at Hotel.
Mrs. (’initial) of Oconto Falls is visi
ting relatives around here this week.
Mrs A. Terens entertained her lady
friends at a rag bee last Wednesday.
C Muth of Manitowoc shook hands
on the streets of onr little burg one day
last week.
Mont all the old officers were re elect
ed and the election was followed by the
customary headaches.
Mrs. August Fehrman of Newton
spent the week with fiiends and rela
rives here.
Stoneman the cheese maker who has
been confined to his home by sickness
almost all winter is now able to be
C. Weinfurther has raised his house
and is buiding a basement.
Mrs. Andrew Frank aud children are
confined to their home with La grip
this week.
Our merchants have received their
stock of spring hats and are in a position
to suit the most fastidious tastes in
ladies head gear.
Nick Eller raised an addition to his
barn last Wednesday.
The Lutherans are holding Holy week
services at their church this week.
The Rev. Mr. St. Louis is assisting in
the Cathedral at Green Bay this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Suettinger and
their children Walter and Stella went
to Plymouth last Saturday to spend
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. Fischer
of that place. They returned Tuesday.
“Tootsie" liartelnie and her little
cousin Ada Pellet of Manitowoc were,
the first to drive across the new bridge.
They drove Dr Curren’s “Old Dick"
and made the trip across in safety.
A pleasant little surprise party was
arranged by the lady friends of Mrs.
(1. Cady a few days ago on the occasion
of her birthday anniversary.
Miss Emma Bremer gave a card party
last Saturday evening in honor of her
cousin Miss Heronymus of Sheboygan
Falls who was her guest. It was a
pleasant affair.
Mrs. Win. Belz and infant of Sheboy
gan are visiting her husband's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Belz.
Miss Katie Kortz went to Milwaukee
Tuesday morning to purchase a fresh
stock of millinery.
Mrs. John Schuette of Manitowoc was
the guest of Mrs. R. E. Mueller a por
tion of last week.
A little daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Cheesemeu a few days ago.
Miss Francis Schroeder spent last
week with friends in Milwaukee.
Miss Lena (Ireene of Chicago is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Marquat of
the Southside.
Mrs. A. Lohman and sou are spend
ing the present week in Milwaukee with
Mrs. Lohman's mother in-law.
Frank Hudson came home from Beloit
college last Thursday for a brief vaca
tion. lie completes his course at that
institute this year.
Mrs. C. Winkelmiller celebrated her
birthday anniversary last Wednesday
by entertaining in a very pleasant man
ner a number of her lady friends.
Rev. Mr. Drier of Elgin, Illinois, oc
cupied the pulpit in the Evangelical
church hist Sunday morning and even
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“There is more counterfeit manhood
than money in circulation.”
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Edwin White, one of our students
was given a diploma Monday, having
completed the Commercial course. Mr.
White will join his father at Chicago,
where an excellent jsmifion awaits him.
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Rev. L oehler of Two Rivers called on
Prof. Dixon Monday morning. Mr.
Decider's daughter is one of our pro
sjiective stenographers.
Following is an extract taken fiom
the last issue of the Western Penman:
Mr. A. 11. Dixon, Principal of the Wis.
Business College, favors us with a
bundle of his students' work. The
specimens are uniform ami indicative
of thorough instruction and correct
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Those receiving honorable mention
were Mabel Wills, Rhea Uertnanson,
John Meyer, Win. Theisen, Louis
Krumlieck, Earnest Pleuss, Arwin
Schnell and Manila Koebke.
• •
Henry .lunge enrolled in the Night
School Monday evening for work in
mathematics and stenography.
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Just think of it! We are going to
have a vacation. Notice is hereby
given that there will lie no school Fri
day, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
This also includes the Night School.
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The pictures of Prof. A. 11. Dixon
and .1 A Book appeared in the pro
fessional edition of the Western Penman
as meinliers of “The National Penman's
• •
The advanced Arithmetic class took
a final exam, this week. A class in
“Plain English" will lie organized and
isicupy the period before devoted to
!At One i
Half the Coat I
Coffee I
hat better strength and ■
flavor than many so-call- &
ed “fancy" brand*. M
Bulk coffee at the same I
price is not to be com* I
pared with Lion in quality. ■
la I U>. air tight, I
scaled packages. I
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The April Review of Reviews is well
stocked with good articles on live topics.
The editor, in The Progress of the
World,” discusses the financial side of
the Panama canal propositian, which
was taken quite out of the category of
academic qnesiious by the senate's
action in ratifying the treaty with
Colombia. The Delaware situation
and many other matters of political
and social interest are also editorially
treated. The award of the Anthracite
Strike commission is reviewed and an
alyzed by Dr. Walter E. Weyl. Pro
fessor Harry Pratt Judson sets forth the
municipal situation in Chicago on the
eve of the city elections. “Political
Conditions in Russia,” apropos of the
Czar’s recent manifesto, is the subject
of a well-informed article by N. I. Stone.
Lawrence Reamer writes of “A New
Regime for American Opera,” referring
to the retirement of Mr. Oran and the
induction of Mr Conried as manager
of the Metropolitan Opera house in
New York City. The Hon. Horace
Plunkett outlines the remarkable pro
gress recently mode by the Irish farm
ers along the lines of associated effort.
Real estate transfers since March 27,
too;; as reported by the Manitowoc
County Abstract Cos.
Adam Schwartz Jr. and wife to
August Weiant E i N W J sec 34 town
of Centreville, $5850.
Wm. Grotegnt and wife to Adolph
Stoltenberg part lot 3. blk, 4, village of
Cleveland SSO.
John Kosmosky and wife to Herman
and Otto Olm part S W i S W i sec 12,
town Eaton, $1750.
Wm. Vetting and wife to Henry
Waack W*SWiSWisecl7 Newton
s3< MM).
Henry Wiiack and wife to Duveneck
part SW f S W i sec 17, town town
Newton, $715.
Peter Wagner and wife to Frank
Schill Hr. E6sft of lot 2, oik 2, village
of Cleveland, S2OO.
Maggie Pritzel to Anna Brey W \ N
W i of sec 17 and SE i of sec 18, town
Manitowoc Rapids, S2OO.
John Thornton to Thomas Dienuer
j lot 7, blk 1 village of Clarks Mills S2OO.
! Mathias IVeber et al to Gustav Kluc
zinski part N W i N W j of sec 36 town
of Newton, $3500.
A. C. Maertz and wife to August Zahn
part N W 1 N W i of sec 2. Rockland
Lewis Wagner and wife to Albert
Burkhart S 40 feet lot 6, blk 4, Schroe
der sub $1
William E. Niles and wife to William
Zutz N j N E j sec 15, town of Eaton
Sohanna Kuster to Herman Brown
lots 5 and h, blk 206. city Of Manitowoc,
$Bl Ml.
Christopher Klessig and wife to Her
man Dali man SW}N WiNEJS W
i all of sec 18, Rockland S4OOO.
Therese Heringer and husband to Fred
Raping part W 1 S W i sec 33, town of
Eaton, $11)00.
Dr. Kutchln Coming
After his professional trip through
the sunny south the doctor has returned
in fine health and will be pleased to see
his old friends and patients new and old
on the occasion of his next visit to our
city. It is well to remember that the
reason of his great success in the treat
ment of Chronic diseases is found in the
fact that he often cores after everything
else has failed. Examination and ad
vice free to all.
Dr. Kutchin will be at the Williams
House, Manitowoc, Tuesday April 16th
For chapped face and hands use
“Hinrich s Glycerine cream ” It is the
ls*st. Sold at Hinrich’s Drug Store.
Wort.Oit War Tub*.
Even here in the north, too, there
are persons, says the Chicago Trib
une, who sometimes become desper
ately tired o i '‘Marching Through
Georgia." ,
Latest Quotations Corrected for the Ben
efit of Farmers
The following are the current prices of
the various articles of produce as report
ed for The Pilot on April 9th.
Potatoes -20
Wheat.—Spring -68
Wheat—White Winter -68
Rye -49
Barley -49
Oats -32
Com -47
Hay 8-10.00
Butter 14-16
Eggs n-12
Salt per bbl 65-75
Wood -500
Peas —White 1.10
Peas —Marof at 1.15
Peas—Green 1-20
Peas —Scotch 1-25
Wool -15
Flour Patent 2.10
“ Daisy 1.80
" Rye 1.60
Midling 90
Coarse Meal 1.00
Fine “ 1.20
Oil “ 1.50
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
Contains Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the sens?
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the Mucous surfaces. Such article
should never be used except on prescri
ptions from reputable Physicians, as
the damage they will do is ten fold to
the good yon can possibly derive from
them. Hall’s Catarrh Care, manufac
tured by F. J. Cheney & Cos., Toledo, O.
contains no Mercury, aud is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and Mucous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh cure be sure you
get the genuine It is taken internally
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J.
Cheney & Cos. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists, price 75c per bottle.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
WONDERFUL . ” you . are
RESOURCES !°° klnK for a
OF THE WEST “ ome and
want to visit
the West yon can do so with very little
expense as the Union Pacific will sell
One-way Unionist Tickets every day at
the following rates from Missouri river
$25.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles
and many other California points.
$20.00 to Ogden, Salt Lake City, Butte,
Anaconda and Helena.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wf.natchee.
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle,
and many other Oregon and Washington
From Chicago and St. Louis propor
tionately low rates are in effect by lines
connecting with the Union Pacific.
The Union Pacific has also extended
territory to wdiich round trip Home
seeker’s Excursion tickets will be sold
as follows:
From Missouri River Terminals
To many points in Kansas, Nebraska
and Colorado;
To many points in Wyoming. Utah,
Montana and Idaho;
To many points in Oregon and Wash
One fare plus $2.00 for the round trip.
Tickets on sale March 17, April 7 and
21, May 15 and 19, June 2 and 16, 1903.
For full information call on or address,
W. Q. Neimyer, Q. A.,
193 South Clark. St.,
Chicago, 111.
Emperor I>ropa PoUtlci, Art, State
craft and I%e*locr to Attom
the German Uagnap*.
The kaiser has embarked upon am
other great enterprise. In the inter
vals of his political, diplomatic and
theological preoccupations he haa de
cidcd to reform German proee style.
He has issued an order to the colonial
department recommending that official
reports should be couched in clear and
concise form. He does not confine
himself to generalities, but goes into
details. With truly imperial audacity
he attacks thoee long and involved sen
tences with subordinate clauses which
are the delight of the Teutonic author
and the despair of the foreign reader.
The Periln correspondent of the Lon
don Daily Chronicle anticipates that
the emperor’s action wiU please Mark
Luniisai Err*.
The eggs of fireflies are luminous,
but the young insects have no light
giving powers until they are able to
J Manitowoc County,
John D. Connell, Plautifr, vs. Margaret Hulll
van. John SnlMvan, Thomas Sullivan. Patrick
Sullivan Jr., Mary Hurley, Win. Keating,
Delia heating. Margaret Keating and Mathew
Hwanton. Def undents SUMMONS.
The State of Wisconsin. To the Bald Defendants
and eaeh of them :
Yon are hereby sucuuoned to appear wit.iin
twenty days after service of this summons, er
elußive of the day of servii’e, and defend the
above entitled action In the court aforseld: and
in ease of yonr failure so to do. judgment will
Is- rendered against you according to the de
mand of the complaint. of which a copy l here
with served upon you.
Plant! ff’s Attorneys.
P. O. Aildress, Room *)l Germania Building,
Milwaukee, Milwaukee Cos.. Wlaconaiu
Publish April 8, 16, 2.’, 18, May 7,14.
Schuette Bros. Cos
The Carpet stock for the Spring- season of 1003 is now vei
complete and includes a g-ood assortment of all the followin
grades:—PLAlN FILLING in line of colors, ALL-WOOL E}
sible, yard wide, BRUSSELS, RAJAH extra weight Jrtgran
BRUSSELINE Carpets, yard wide, THREE-PLY Carpets Ra
and Hemp Carpets.
Of the finer grades you will find a fine assortment of
Wiltons, Royal Wiltons, Wilton Velvets, Ay
minsters, Body Brussels, Tapestry Brus
sels and Mottled Carpets.
Besides these we show an immense line of large Carpet Rug*
in Brussels Wilton, Smyrna and Ingrains and an endless variet
of small rugs and door mats, cocoa matting, rubber matting, straj|
matting, linoleum and oil cloth; in fact everything that can If
thought of for use as a floor covering has been selected to
this stock the most complete we have ever shown.
In our Curtain department we have a most beautiful and com
plete selection of patterns and styles. The styles wc show includ
Irish point, Pt. de Calais, Pt. dc Arabe
dark Arabian-- Duchesse, Real Battenberg
Swiss Tambour, Silk and Mercerized Stripe
Curtains, Fine Ruffled Nets, Madras Curtain:
by the pair. Bonne Femme and Grande Dam<
styles, Nottinghams at all prices--Cable Ne g
Curtains, Ruffled Muslin and Panels for halls”
Cretonnes, Denims, Tickings, Silkalincs
Tapestries, Plushes, Silks, Muslins, Curtair
Nets of all descriptions arc now ready for sale
We show an immense line of Tapestry
Chenilc and Rope Fortiers, Couch Coven
and Table Covers. 0
Also a complete stock of Curtain rods, poles, fixtures, etc
curtain stretchers with adjustable pins. Carpet sweepers, ar
assortment of styles and prices; Shades —Staple sizes in
grades in stock at all times, special sizes made to order on ver}
short notice. Would be pleased to furnish estimate on your shadt
job if in need of any.
Schuette Bros. Cos.
| Landberg’s Display
' t Photographs I"
Show only a few of the Styles and Cards we have to I
Go to The Pilot for Your Job Printing, t*

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