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Weatlier Conditions Favor Work on Farm and Good Progress is Made INTERESTING NOTES FROM THE COUNTY Correspondents Tell of the Life and Pleas, ures of the Residents in Varions Sec tions—Many Happenings Farm work has progressed most satis factorily during the past week and agri culturists have no complaint to offer. According to the weekly bulletin of the crop and weather service the weather conditions have been very favorable for farm work, and while copious rains oc curred generally over the interior of the State early in the week, there was no serious interference with farm work and the seeding of spring grains, which is now generally completed. The week was decidedly cool, with light frosts in many portions of the central and north ern sections until near the close, when a rapid rise in temperature occurred, the maximum temperature on Sunday being as high as 80 degrees or over at many stations. There was practically no damage from the frosts, as vegetation is generally not sufficiently advanced to be liable to injury. The warm weather during the past few days has caused vegetation to advance rapidly and fruit trees, especially in the southern counties, are in full bloom. Farmers have made very satisfactory progress iu the work of preparing for corn and potatoes, the seal being report ed in excellent condition, esjiecially on well drained land. Low lands are still too wet to admit of plowing. Some corn was planted in a few localities in the southern section during the latter part of the week but generally there is still conslerable work to be done on the lam!. Winter wheat and rye made very sub stantial growth during the Week. The plants are generally healthy, strong, and of good color. Early sown oats and barley are through the ground and in good condition. There is some complaint of seed rott ing on the low land on account of the continued cold, -wet weather, but the damage from this source is not consider ed serious. Pastures have made very rapid progress during the past few days, and in some localities stock has been turned out. Generally farmers are well supplied with dry feed and pre fer pastures to attain a good growth be fore turning on their stock. Tobacco plants are reported in good condition. OSMAN Measles is making the rounds here. Mrs. Ee. Scott, of St. Paul, is visiting her mother Mrs, C. Conway. John Leschke is suffering from an ill ness of pneumonia. Lari Peppard left Tuesday for Mani towoc where he intends to spend the summer. John Egan, Miss Julia Sullivan and Miss Lizzie Sneider each closed a sue cessful term of school last week. Miss Sullivan’s school closed with a pic nic in Teitgen’s grove. Tiie ten-year old daughter of Vic Schram is seriously ill with pneumonia. Ed. Burns is erecting anew dwelling on his recently purchased farm. Mrs. P. Gleaner, and the M isses Kate and Nellie Pinter of Appleton came home to attend the funeral <>f their father on Thursday. O. Stewart of Seymour in visiting with the family of .Tamed Stewart. Miss Helen Adolph, of Meeme and Frank Schill of Cleveland, were married at St. Isadora church on Tuesday by Rev. J. Heyde The bride wan attended by Mine Lizzie Adolph and Minn Mary Holfeltz and the groom by Peter Adolph and W. Dbein. The wedded couple left Wednesday morning for a trip to the south. Misses Belle Sullivan will leave Sat urday for a visit with friends in Chica go. St. Isadora congretion here will cele brate their Patron h day on Friday. A German comedy will be presented by home talent at School Hill on Sun day evening next. Mm John Peppard and children of Kaukauna are visiting relativea here. Win. Morris wh > haw been studying medicine in Milwaukee is home for a vacation. Mr. and Mm J, H. Mulholland and Mr. and Mm. Joe Graef of Kaukauna, 11. Herr, of Milwaukee, attended the funeral of Michael Herr at Meeme on Friday. KOSSUTH. Mian France)! Sfeiber departed for Algoma Friday, where she will visit relatives. Ed. McKeough, of Rhinelander, is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. M MeKeough. Miss Annie Vianey and Frank Loka jeckaretobe married Saturday. Both are popular and well known young people. Joseph Htratman is visiting here. Postman ter Baumann wan in town Monday. There was not a day last week but Calumet Baking Powder A wonderful powder of rare merit end unrivaled strength. that one could see loads of bay going to Branch, where John Hall, of Manito woc, shipped it to Chicago. The high est price paid was $! 1.50. Messrs. Peter Theisen and August Herrmann were business callers at the Elevator City, Friday. N. Keeman of Rosecraus passed through here Sunday. J. Andress is treating his house to a new coat of paint. ('has. Tokett has moved his family to Maple Grove where he has charge of a cheese factory. We miss his genial personality. Chas. Herrmann transacted business at Manitowoc Monday. Messrs Wm. Stratman and Frank Barta, of Manifow c, wheeled up Sun day to see us. Miss Helena Andress entertained Sun day evening. Among those present were Misses Annie Schermetzeer, Mary Kause, Rose Reif. Lizzie Reif, Messrs. Wm. Stratman. Frank Barta, Thomas Theisen, Peter Menser, Will Blodgett, ( 'has, Hen maun, Jerome Reif and Lenor 1 Reif. Miss Amanda Ohaunts of Manitowoc visited Saturday and Sunday with Miss Katherine Fetzer, Frank Herrman represented Kossuth at Mejer's dance Sunday evening. George Sperl and daughter, Clara, were at Manitowoc Tuesday. Frank Delvish of Misbicott gave us a call Friday. Thomas Theisen and Peter Menser took in the play and dance at Cato Fri day evening. Valentine Slukmann began work on his new granary Monday. M ISM I COT. Simon, Dentist. Every Monday. Of fice at Levenhagen’s Hotel. Ed Niquotte, of Two River-, visited our village during the week, in the in terests of his pop business. Our monthly cattle fair took place Monday n.id was well attended. Ang. Felmnan, wife and little daugh ter. of Newton, spent Sunday with rela tives here. Mr Crow, principal of our school called on friends at Two Rivers Sunday. Mrs. Will Sam/, lias been confined to the house with a severe illness the past few days. The Misses Jane and Miranda Rnell were not married in Oconto as stated last week, the ceremony took place at Mishicott. The relatives of Louis Greenwood, of Lena, were hastily summoned to his liedside last Monday. Mr. Greenwood formerly resided here and is well ad vanced in years being in the eighties. (Jar boys bed a practice game of base ball Sunday just to open the season. SAXONBUKU Wencel Sodel has sold bis farm to Frank Hanek, formerly of Cooperstown Consideration S2BOO. Mr. Sodel in tends to make his future home in Two Rivers, John Kraclit was in Two Rivers Sat urday. Willie Engelland began to make cheese last Monday, opening the factory for the season. Frank Sladky and Frank Hanek were in Manitowoc last Friday. Wencel Fageletautz surrendered to the Messenger of De ath last Wednesday He was a promising young man and is sincerely mourned by his many friends, Louis Hhroeder, who has been living for about a year in town, has decided that "country life is preferable to city life" and has made good bis decision by moving into our neighborhood. EASTWIN. I/mis Zander of Mishicott visited here over Sunday. Peter Schaf lias ojieiied his brick yard for the season and has a full crew at work. Christian Wnellner, teacher of Dis triet School No. 2 closed his school with a very interesting program last Tues day. Rudolph Hishop, of Wausau, and daughter Mrs Henry Froelich of Chica .go who attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Edward Bishop of Two Rivers visited with friends and relatives here last week. On account of the good weather last week most of the farmers have com pleted seeding hut the teams of the E. J. Vcnidreull Canning Cos. are as yet very busy sowing js-as at Eastwin and vicinity, NORDHEIM. A unique organization named the Kloudyke Verein has been inaugurate l ! by thirteen young men of this com munity. * Among other things members pledge themselves to drink nothing stronger than ginger ale and to freqneut saloons no later than nine o’clock in the even ing. Any violation of these pledges subjects the offender to a fine off 5.00 for the first offense and expulsion for a repetition. Mr. McMullan and Walter A. Wood are officers of the Association. riAPLE GROVE A baby girl arrived last Saturday to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bnboltz. Mrs. Frank Kleiber who spent several days visiting friends and relatives here, returned to her home at Thorp, Tuesday. Miss Lizzie Ecker of Birnamwood at tended the Kleiber—Pritzl wedding. Jos. Kleiber and Louise Pritzl were united in marriage at the Kasson Catho lic church Monday, May 4th, Rev. Fr. Spranger officiating. Jos. Kleiber, senior partner of Kleiber and Moser Cos , is one of Maple Grove’s genial whol sonled young men and has hosts of friends who join in wishing him and his bride a long, happy and prosperous future. His bride, Miss Pritzl, h;*s for years been leader of the Kasson choir and is a well known and estimable young lady of the town of Brillion. A Startling Test. To save a life. Dr. T. Q. Merritt, of No Mehoopery. Pa., made a startling tent resulting in a wonderful cure. He writes, “a patient was attacked with violent hemorhages,caused by ulceration •>f the stomach I had often found Elociric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I pre scribed them. The patient gained from the first, mid has not ha<l an attack in 14 months.” Electric Bitters are posi tivilv guaranteed for Dyspepsia, Indi gestion, Constipation and Kidney troubles. Try them. Only 50c at Hen ry Hinrichs. Druggist. Value of Testimony Greater than Assertion. Few of us are so hardened but that when we have been able to aid our fee low creatures by conferring a benefit oi bringing a comfort into their lives, we like to have appreciation shown. This is especially true of physicians and the Specialist,* Dr, L. M. Turbin of Chicago, who, through untiring efforts and scientific research has perfected methods of treatment which invaria bly cure, receives testimonials from hundreds of grateful patients who have been restored to perfect health by his skillful treatment, and vvhicb are a satisfaction to the Doctor, and also prove the great work be is doing for suffering humanity. Many of these patients had been given up as hopeless cases by other physicians and are ho thankful for the relief they have been afforded by the Doctor's treatment, that they never tire of prais ing bis skill. They bring their friends to bo treated and cured, and they, in turn, tell their friends of the wonderful cures which have been performed by the Doctor. These people are willing at any time to testifiy to the Doctor's integrity and skill, and a few names given below, will prove to those who contemplate consult ing Dr. Turbin, if there has been any doubt in their minds, that the Doctor has the confidence and respect of the entire community. Mr. T. C. Carlson, Mt. Horeb, Wis.; Miss Helen Artus, Stettin, Wis.; Mrs. Johanna Weltzeln, Appleton, Wis.; Mr. Reinaldo Green, Stoughton, Wis ; Mr. Otto Cekert, Cataract, Wis.; Mr. Ed. Miles, Hpokeville, Wis ; Mrs. Conrad Artus, Stettin, Wis.; Mr. Adolph And erson, Edgerton, Wis ; Mr. Henry Bond ers, Little Chute, Wis ; and Win, Struppe, Coon Valley, Wis. Dr. Turbin has visited our city for the past nine years ami may be consulted free of charge at the Williams House, Manitowoc, Friday, May 2‘Jnd. Bids for Crecting a Parsonage at Two Rivers for the Sacred Heart Congregation. Sealed bids, with a certified check for |lOO, for the erection of said building will be received until 780 p. m., May kH, at the Sacred Heart school house in Two Rivers. Plans can lie seen at the Priest's house and at J. .1. Tadget’s Washington House in Two Rivers, and at Win. J. Raeulier's Architect office, Manitowoc, Wis. in MCI Mr. (’, L Hizeruf Lincoln, 111., says "1 have been a sufferer from constipa tion for the past twelve years, with severe griping pains in my bowels near ly every day. Since I began taking Re Go Tonic Laxative Syrup my Isiwel* have moved freely without griping. It is certainly a wonderful laxative." Sold by Henry Ilinriclis, Druggist. NOTICK TO FARMERS We are now ready to make contracts for the growing of beaus at per bushel. M. (4. Madson Skkd Cos. Manitowoc, Wis. Spring laziness, legs ache, bark aches fuel tins], no ambition, no appetite, all run down feeling Rocky Mountain Tea puts new life into yonr body; you feel gtssl all over. J 5 cents. F. C, Buerstatte. /lioivCofte^ States / The greatest nation in the world Is the greatest consumer of coffee. Lion Coffee ia the atandard beverage of every atate and territory of the Union. It'a pure—that’s why. Alwari la 1 lb. air-tight. aaaUfl paokagaa, luaring fretshucNM and uniform dual itj. ra • I ** MANITOWOC MARKET. 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 May 14. Potatoes -30 Wheat.—Spring -68 Wheat—White Winter -68 Rye -50 Barley -49 Oats -32 Corn -52 Hay 8.50-10.00 Butter 13-15 Eggs 1 fl 2 Salt per bbl 80 90 Wood -500 Peas —White 100 Peas—Marofat 110 Peas —Green 1-10 Peas —Scotch 1-15 Wool -15 RETAIL. Flour Patent 3.15 “ Daisy 1-80 “ Rye 1.60 Midling 90 Coarse Meal 1.00 Fine “ t. 20 Oil “ 1.50 LIBRARIAN lIAYS. Subnets Her Figures on Circulation for Fast Week. Miss Florence Hays librarian of the Manitowoc public library submits her fig ures, showing the circulation statistics foi the past week ending May 9. They are; general, 1; philosophy, 1; religion 0; sociology, 6; natural science IT; useful arts, 7; fine arts, 0; history, 16; travel. 33; biography, lt>; literature 30; Fiction 430; Philology,o, Foreign books 86. Total 652. Of the foreign books 62 were German, 11, Norwegian, 4 Polish, 7 Bohem ian; 2 French; Daily average was 109 How’s This? Wo offer Fine Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not he cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Cos., Toledo,O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West&.Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo Ohio. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testi monials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Hall s Family Pills are the best. To exterminate chicken lice in poul try houses use Avenarins Carholineiun wood preserver. Wernecke & Schmitz. LAND PLASTER AT NORTHERN DRAIN COMPANY. Did you finish seeding V Are your chickens confined within a small space V If so, do they obtain enough grits, etc., to keep them in good condition. We have Ground Meat Bono, Gr. Bono at moderate prices, also Crushed Oyster shells specially prepared chicken food, Cr. Wheat, Cr. Corn, Cr. Peas, etc. Your chickens need a mixed diet and if you want to keep them in a good condi tion and lay more eggs, try some of the above. Northern Grain Company. It Adelite will remove varnish, paint, shellin' or wax, and leave the wood in its original state. It is the best article to clean your windows from paint sjMits. Wernecke & Schmitz. ORDER YOUR CABIN NOW. No May Fever at Isle Royalf the Cool Lake Hree/es and Stimulating Atmosphere Also Afford Substantial Relief from Asthma The renowned scenic “Fjords” of Norway compare well with the harbors and bays at the East end of Isle Royale and the fishing at Hock Harbor is I*< yond comparison. The fast increasing patronage of health and pleasure seekers at Isle Hoyale usually overtaxes the growing hotel facilities at the Island and it is therefore well to provide for rooms long Itefore the summer season opens. Parties applying to ns will receive full information as to rates and accomod a tions at the “Gem Island” of Lake Su js rior The Wisconsin Central Uiiilway and connecting Passenger Steamers fur nish most excellent transportation to and from Isle Royale at low tourists rates. Jah. C. Pond, G. P. A . Milwaukee. REAL ESTATE. Real estate transfers since May 7, 1903 as rejwrted by the Manitowoc County Abstract Cos. Joseph Igl to Lena Clarenbach S. E. i S. E. i of sec. 20, town of Liberty, $785 Henry J. Born & wife to Albert Lut ze part of sec 28, town of Centerville 3 acres, SBOO Dominic Schneider et al to Nic Klein part of S Ei S E i of sec. 29, town of Newton, SBSO Mrs. Mary Nenning to Joseph H. Neu niug part N W J N W Jof sec 28, town of Centerville, $025 Peter Burchardt to John Loos lot 1, village of Millhome, SI.OO Ferdinand Kirchner to Anton Metz ger S4Bft of lots 1 and 2, blk 5, Suff rans add, SO4O C. A. Cary Sp. Guard to Emil Schlegemilch HK}B W i and S W i S E i. all in section 12, town of Coopers town, excepting that part of S W i S E 1 lying east of the Green Bay road and south of Devil River. Kutharina Keppler to Mathias Porten et al lot 1, blk 280, city of Manitowoc, SI.OO Edward suffran and wife to Otto Manthey. Lot 3, blk 2, Suffrana Add to city of Manitowoc, SI.OO. Manitowoc Trading Cos. to Dwight F. Stillman Lots 1,2, 3.4, 5,5, and 7in blk 5, Manitowoc Beach addition, SI.OO Martin Kvitek and wife to Win Pautz W)SW i of sec 10 and S WjNW 1 same sec, all in town of Cooperstown, 119 acres, SBSOO. Anton Hochrnan to Anton Hochman Jr. SE i S W i of sec 23, town of Kos suth, SIBOO. Walter N. Killen to Northern Grain Cos. An and i interest in part of N E i S E i of sec 4, town of Cato, SI.OO llenrv Allenberger to Henry Nettling Part EjS S i SEJ sec 29 and part of N E i N E i of sec 32 town of Schleswig $2355. Henry Glock et al to Henry Rauschw labe Lot 12, village of Milhome, $1505 Marianne Marske to Frank Spe vatchek N ii\ W iof sec 4, town of Gibson, $1.0() - Anna M. Neuscr to John Heinrichs SEISE i of sec 15 and part of W 1 N E i N E i of sec 22, town Juf Manitowoc Rapids, $:*000. Carrie Thompson to Hannah Caroline Sarnies. Part of lot 8, in snb of SE 1 of section 18. town of Manitowoc, SI.OO. A Great Sensation There was a big sensation in Lees ville, Ind. when W. H. Brown of that place, who was expected to die. had his life saved by Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption. He writes: “I had imnlTerable agonies from Asthma, but yonr New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure.” Similar cures of Con sumption. Pneumonia, Bronchitis and Grip are numerous. It’s the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles. Price 50c, and sl. 00. Guaranteed by Henry Henrichs Druggist. Trial bot ties free. B Do not buy building material until you gi t our prices and examine our mill work of all descriptions. Manito woc Building Supply Cos. tf FOR SALE—lmproved and unim proved farms in Oconto county. Cor respondence solicited. Bank or Qillktt, Gillett, Wis. Feb. 2(1 —May 28. Does Your Horse Cough. If so, use Hinrich’s Horse Powder, there is no better remedy. Henry Hinrichs, Druggist. CbJclrnmnnira and Chattanooga, The word Chickamauga means "dull, sluggish stream,” and it !• from the waters of the creek that the Indians, who were among the most during and warlike of all the tribes in east Tennessee, got their names, says the Chattanooga Times. Tire original interpretation of Chat* tanooga has long been lost. The gen eral acceptation of the meaning of the word is “Hawk’s Nest,” said to have been suggested by the valley nestling in the shadow of the ridges and mountain. Others say that the word is derived from the name Clan owah, given by the Cherokees to small, warlike hawks that made their nests in the cliffs of Lookout moun tain. The Osborne Columbia Binder has proved JAMES HOLLY, - Zander, Wis. Schuette Bros. Cos. OUR Si ANNIVERSARY SALE: Has disposed of an enormous quantity of mer- ; chandise up to date, considering- the compari tivcly few days since it began; but the great number of Bargains offered, together with the additional bargains that are daily being added to the list, leave the number prac tically undiminished and the quantity apparently but slightly reduced. Some fine lots of merchandise at much below value were placed on sale since our circular was : printed, and others will follow. Have you taken advantage of this sale? If not, why not? There would seem to be no excuse for one to ne glect to profit by the liberal offers made by us, of low prices for first-class goods, providing one needs the goods, and here are goods of almost l every description, in great abundance, among 1 which there is pretty sure to be something for everybody. Our advice is, pay this grand exhibition a visit; 1 stroll through the different departments, includ ing those on second floor, and if you find nothing you can use, you may, and probably will, see many things of interest to you, and it won’t cost anything to look at them. Sale Closes Saturday Evening, May 23rd. Schuette Bros. Cos. P Brings Good Health more, it does more than ounces of drugs to keep you in good icalth. Asa spring tonic there’s not a remedy in the whole mat- Try Kneipp Malt Extract at SI.OO per case. A pure malt tonic. 3* | Landberg’s Display | ' t Photographs 1 Show only a few of the Styles and Cards we have to ■ OFFER TO OUR PATRONS Business Garments rTftl._ ~yjp * n c^ev ‘ ots °f fa° c y mixtures, worsteds in mixed colors and / } neat patterns offer to those who \ ( |\ V' k A make good dressing a necessary Lv LA JfT essential awide choice in selection Sn //l liM 1-fu of Spring and Summer fabrics. I'! p/| 11 pS U The goods shown at Schliesleder’s f ■ rill *" arc only excelled in appearance \l Iff by the clothing when made up Lif~- f-4 -• into those superbly fitting and elegantly cut garments which copyr.cht have made our name famous.