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NOTES OF CITY AND TOWN FOLKS
Paragraph Items of Minor Happenings of the Past Week- Personal Mention. ||l Season’h Marine Guide for 100.! is ont Hnd Manitowoc is given extended and Battering mention as one of the leading of the lake. B Gentry Bros.’ Dog and Pony shows Bill visit the city July 13 for exhibitions Bftornoon and evening. The shows will Bkely arrive here on Sunday. B Miss Helen Schriehart entertained at B delightful dancing party at Schrie- Bait's hall Monday evening in honor of Bhe Misses Boehmer, of Milwaukee. I Dr. M- Federspeil, a former resident Rf this city, was married at Racine re- Bently to Miss Bertha Knock, of that l;ity and the couple will make their Hiome there. ■ Enreaka Tent, Ladies of the Macca- Bjees, gave an inlirmal party at Frazier’s Shall Monday evening that was attended B.y a goodly number of guests who had Ban enjoyable time. B Company H. the local militia or- Bganization, Inis refused the challenge of Bcompauy C, of Sheboygan, for a riffle Bcompetitive shoot because the local BCompany has no organized team. B The dancing party given by the ■Young Ladies of the St. James’ Guild Bit the opera house Monday night was a Bpleasant affair at whsch thirty-tive Bouple enjoyed an evening of great ■pleasure. ■ Stephen J. McMahon, of this city, a Bgradnate of the 1903 class at the State ■University, has besn elected to a posi- Bion as principal of the schools at Mount ■Horeb. this state. He is a son of Court Iderk Patrick McMahon. Prof. Dixon of the Wisconsin Business College will spend his Summer vaca tion with a party of friends on a camp ing outing on Bitter Root Mountain. Montana. He will be absent for ten weeks. Otis Evenson, of Liberty, was before the court in the city one day this week and paid a tine for an assault upon Hen ry Hinrichs, a deputy sheriff at St. Na zianz. The total cost to Evenson was |J3.46. Luling Nash, of this city, a student at Lawrence University, at Appleton, will be a member of the Glee Club of the school which will make a tour of the state this summer. The club will visit this city. The tirst hearing in the matter of the bankruptcy of Anton Roif was held at Sheboygan Tuesday and attorneys of this city representing creditors wore present. There is but one unsecured claim, that being over $3OOO. Rev. A. Cipin who has been in charge of the Catholic church at Kellnersville has been appointed to the church at Casco, Kewaunee County, and has re moved to that place. Rev. Kolar, of Antigo. has been placed in charge of a a church in this county. Wisconsin finished third in the inter collegiate regetta at Pougkeepsie, N. Y. Friday, disappointing all expectations held for the crew of which McComb, of Brillion, is a member. Cornell won the event with Georgetown a good second. The time was 18:57. Solomon Huebner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huebner of this city, has set sail for Europe, accompanying Prof. Wagner, of the State University, for a year’s study at Berlin, Germany. Mr. Huebner has made an enviable record as a student at the University. Anton Neering and Frank Neering, Two Rivers lads and brothers, were brought before Judge Schenian in Municipal court on a charge of theft and their parents paid tines of $5 and costs for each. The boys are but (i and 8 years of age and were accused of tak ing s(>.so from the home of Niipiette Prof. August Grimms, formerly of the Third Ward school of this city, has been elected principal of the schools at Fox Lake and will assume his position Sept. 1. Prof. Grimms has completed the philosophical course at the State University and also a post graduate course. i ■ W '* V But one big event is scheduled la cele bifttion of the Fourth in the county out side of the city and that is the Wood men picnic at Two Rivers in which all Modern Woodmen camps of the county will participate. Arrangements have been made for a monster gathering, the largest of its character ever held in this ! vicinity and with favorable weather ex-! Manitowoc lost the ball game at She boygan Sunday by a score of 8 to 2 The game was uninteresting and poorly played by the locals. It is the second victory Sheboygan has won over Mani towoc in three games and gives the Chair City team the championship for the year. Complaint has been made that the C. & N. W. Ry. O. is disregarding the law that provides for the bulletining of all trains at stations and an attempt will be made to enforce it. The bill was passed by tne recent legislature and was introduced by Senator Randolph, of this city. In other cities of the state the law is generally observed. August Deuno retired as Chief of the City Fire Department Wednesday to lie succeeded by John Kratz, of Milwaukee. The headquarters of the new chief will be at the North Side Station and a num ber of changes will be made governing the department. George Deuno, son of retiring Chief Deuno, has resigned as a member of the department. Plans which have been under con sideration for conducting a street fair and carnival here during the month have been abandoned by the Odd Fel lows lodge which had the matter in hand and it is highly improbable that any attempt will be made to revive it. Representatives of two Carnival com panies were here last week but made no progress. Fred Gerpheide, proprietor of the Delmonico Cafe, will leave July 8 for an European tour, visiting his old home in Germany for three mouths. Mr. Ger pheide has been contemplating the trip for some time and anticipates a most pleasant visit in the renewing of asso ciations of his boyhood days. Friends will wish him bon voyage and a safe return. In an interview at Milwaukee Sunday Thomas Higgins, president of the Man itowoc & Northern Traction Cos., stated that the Company would start work on the extension of its lines to Mishicott as soon as material could be secured. At present, according to Mr. Higgins, the cost of material is almost prohibitive for the work. An interesting and pleasing entertain ment was given by the pupils of the Sisters' school at he St. Boniface hall Friday evening and a largo audiece was present to encourage the young people. Atty. John Healy made an address dur ing the evening on the value of educa tion that was well received. The en tertainment was a credit to the pupils and to the sisters. In Milwaukee Courts the Manitowoc Malting Cos., of tnis city, has secured a permanent injunction prohibiting the Milwaukee Malting Cos. from using a trade mark of which the local company claims to be the originator. The case was instituted several months ago by William Rahr and the decision has just been made. Notice of appeal has been filed by the Milwaukee concern. Residents of the towns and villages along the lines of the Chicago & North- Western between this city and Kau kauna have petitioned officials of the road for a Sunday train service, asking that the train which now runs to Two Riyers on Sundays continue its run to Kaukauna in order to give mail service and Sunday papers to the villages on the lino Nothing has been reported relative to the action of the road. Manitowoc is well represented at the annual camp meeting of the East Wis consin district of the German Metho dist church which has been in session at Brillion for several days past. The meeting is one of the most successful in the history of the district several hun dred people I wing on the grounds daily. The East Wisconsin district comprises the entire eastern section of the state. Thirty campers were on the ground during the campmeeting. pectations will be fulfilled doubt. Nothing has been neglected by Two Rivers Woodmen that can add to the success of the affair and it will be an event worthy of the order and the county. One of the special features is an exhibition drill by the Life Having Crew to take place In the morning at 10. A cut of the crew appears above. ssoo° WHO OMKMOT BE OUREO. Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures, a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknessess peculiar to women ever attained, the proprietors and makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay SSOO in legal money of the United States, for any case of Leucorrhea, Female Weakness, Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb which they cannot cure. All they ask is a fair ana reasonable trial of their means of cure. They have the most remarkable record of cures made by this world-famed remedy ever placed to the credit of any prepara tion especially designed for tha cure of woman's peculiar ailments. A beautiful Georgia lady, Vice-President of the East End Palmetto Club, of Savannah, and prominent socially there, relates the following experience: "You certainly have produced the finest medicine for suffering women that is to he had in the country. 1 want to recommend it especially to mothers. I was seventeen years old when my darling boy was born. Felt very exhausted and weak for a long time, and it seemed I could not get my strength back. My sister-in-law bought me a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription (after I had tried several of the other remedies which are so much ad vertised, and found no relief). I had little faith in the medicine at the time and was so weak and sick that I felt discouraged, but within a week amer i had commenced taking your ‘ Pre scription’! was like a different woman. New life and vitality seemed to come with each suc ceeding day, until, in a few weeks, I was in fine health, and a happy, hearty woman. My boy is now two years old, and, thanks to your splen did medicine, I am enjoying perfect health. If at any time I feel tired or in need of a tonic, a few doses of your * Favorite Prescription' re cuperates me at once. My address is No. 511 Jones Street, East, Savannah. Ga. Mrs. Susie Williams. To Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.” Accept no substitute for "Golden Med ical Discovery.” There is nothing "just as good "for diseases of the stomach, blood and lungs. The Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 large pages in paper covers, is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V. Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets are a ladies’ laxative. No other medicine equals them for gentleness and thoroughness. There is a dearth of labor in the factories of the city owing to the large number of employes of the pea canning companies at present, Mon and bojs employed in the factories are deserting to seek employment in the canneries at Green Bay, Kewaunee and Algoma where much better wages are offered. In some instances as high as Hfteeen and twenty cents an hour and board is being paid. The pea crop is ripe and must be garnered at once in order to save the companies from heavy losses. In Circuit Court at Shawano, Phillip Ryan, charged with the murder of Frank O’Brien, a former well known railroad man of this city, has another chance to go free by the disagreement of the jury hearing the case. The trial took place last week and no verdict was secured, anew trial being ordered. Ryan was convicted a year ago and sen tenced to two years for manslaughter in the fourth degree. The Supreme court found errors in the trial and sent the case back. The crime was committed at Antigo a little over a year ago. An interesting case is causing much trouble in the Probate Court of the County, being the settlement of affairs of the late deceased Lawrence Kaiser, of Rapids, whose property is now claim ed by two women both believing them selves the widow. Other complications are caused by the grant of SISOO pension money which the government will hold until the validity of the claim of the women has been established beyond question. Kaiser enlisted in the army under the name of Hershof and neg lected to correct the error after his dis charge. This fact caused delay in se curing a pension and after the death of Kaiser was a complication in the settle ment of the estate. According to facts that have come to light Kaiser was mar ried three times and it is believed never secured a divorce from his first wife in Germany, one of the claimants to the estate. For years before his death he lived with a woman at Rapids who be lieved herself to be his wife and on his deathbed he told of his marriage in Germany. It will be some time before a settlement of affairs is reached. Our Millinery * Departm’ts Special Offer for Next Week $1.50 Ready to - wear Hats, next (> -i week v'.I.ZD 75 Ready ■to wear Hats, uex' Cl week .0*) $;;.5(l Ready to- Wear Hats, next (3*'l 'JZ week tZu The People’s Savings Bank Store R. 0. OLP. PROP. Manitowoc, • • • Wisconsin SHOE SALE EXTENDED FOR, TEN DAYS MORE Owing to the fact that our stock is not reduced as much as we expected it to be we have secured an EXTENSION OF OUR SALE FOR 10 DAYS. During this time will cut prices to the rock bottom to get rid of all the stock we possibly can. We leave Manitowoc the 15th of July and give you the chance of your life to buy entirely new stylish and good shoes cheap. BURT & STAHL, York Street, one door west of Chas. Salak Cos. No Guess Work! No Mistake! When You Come to Us for Your Photographs We have been years in the business of making- the name MKLKNDY mean good photographs. We are careful to give perfect satisfaction to one and all. Remember We Enlarge Pictures in All Styles. Price with Frame $3.00 and Up. The Melendy Studio Largest and Best Equipped Photograph Gallery in the County NORTH EIGHTH BT. Remember THE PILOT has the best facilities for doing the finest JOB PRINTING. When ordering, remember this fact, and give this office a call Good work is the cheapest. TYrEarc showing a line of summer W millinery in countless variety and shapes that are new and graceful; trim mingsrich, tasteful and beautiful. That we can sell millinery cheaper than any one else stands to reason because we sell so many lines; that we do sell cheaper is proven by the prices we name. * • *1 .->() Ready-t QQr wear Hate,next w k/Ov 1.00 Ready to-wearffA Hat*, next week.. 'C 75c Ready-ttewear I|J„ Hate, next week ) /V. 50c Re.uly-to wear IZs, Hate, next week . rN/P Aft Buys a First-class, Fully Guaranteed Rubber %POD.UU Tired Top Buggy. C* CCZ AA For a Fully Guaranteed Rubber Tired Road SD3.UU Wagon. f>P/"V firk For an elegant Steel Tired Top Buggy— War apDU.UU ranted. At Emil Teitgen’s I*. S. lain now taking orders for Genuine Plymouth Binder Twine. Prices on twine will be higher and early buyers can save money. * mm I Landberg’s Display ' r Photographs I Show only a f(>w of tl> Stylos ami Cards we have to ■ OFFER TO OUR PATRONS f We Wish io Sell the 44 HADDORFF” Piano on its merits alone and only ask that you do not fail to examine it before you purchase, and we shall cheerfully abide by your decision. We have the utmost confidence that the “Had* dorff" will so thoroughly interest and please you that we will in you, gain a true and lasting friend. Vogelsang & flurphy, Agents.